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VERY LATEST NEWS.
A PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT
Restoration of the Eevoltod States.
MORE EUROPEAN ITEMS.
Slidcll lias an Interview with
ANOTHER PLOT AGAINST
The Prussians Erecting Bat
teries in Jutland.
TWO FIRES IX SEW ENGLWD.
RECENT NAVAL VICTORY.
HtiitnM OilI'iftl ,A !! nt.
Xito., l-2tc. Kto.. JOto., 1U.
PROCLAMATION OF TIIK I'llKSI lI. V l
Wahiii.noton, July 0. Wiiercax, at the
lute session, Congress passed a bill "to guaran
tee to certain States, whoso governments have
been usurped or overthrown, a republican
form of government," a copy of which In here
unto annexed ; and,
Whereas, the said bill was presented to the
President of the United States for his ap
proval lees than one hour before the slue die
adjournment of said session, and was noi
signed by him ; and,
KTierean, The said bill contains, among
other things, a plan for restoring the States in
Kebellion to their proper practical relation In
the Union, which plan expresses the sense of
Congress upon that subject, and which plan
It Is now thought fit to lay before tiie people
for their consideration :
Now therefore I, Abraham Lincoln, Prc
sldeiit of the United States, do proclaim, de
clare, and make known, that while I am, as I
was in December last, when I propounded a
plan for restoration, uprepared by a formal
approval of this bill to be Inflexibly committed
to any single plan of restoration, and while I
am also unprepared to declare that the free
Suite constitutions and governments already
adopted and installed in Arkansas and
Louisiana shall be set as I do and held for
naught, thereby repelling and discouraging
the loyal citizens who have set up the same
"as to further effort, or to declare a Constitu
tional competency In Congress to abolish
slavery In States, but am at the same time
sincerely hoping and expecting that a Con
stitutional amendment, abolishing slavery
throughout the nation, may be adopted ; never
theless, I am fully satisfied with the
system for the restoration contained
In the bill as . one very propor plan
for the loyal people of any State choosinsr to
adopt It, and that I am, and at all times shall
be prepared to give the Executive aid and
assistance to any such people, so soon as the
military resistance to the United States shall
have been suppressed in any such State, aud
the people thereof shall have sulllciently re
turned to their obedience to the Constitution
and the laws of the United States, In which
cases military Governors will be appointed,
with directions to proceed according to the
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the seal of the United
States to be affixed.
Done at the city of Washington, this
eighth day of July, ono thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-four, and of the Independence
of the United States the eighty-ninth.
By the President
Wm. II. Seward, Secretary of State.
HE CAPTI BES 150 OF 01 R C4VALRF.
GUERILLAS AROUND WASHINGTON,
Bpesrlitl to The Evening Telpgrrnph.
Washinoton, July 9. The Star has the fol
lowing: "Annandalc, July 8, 1HGI. A scout
of 150 men from the 2d Mu-sachusctts and l'Stti
New York Cavalry, uudcrthe command of Major
Forbes, went up to the vicinity of Aldie, where
they met Motoby with a large force, lie had
piece of artillery and souio riflemen.
Moscby churged on tliem and killed ten or
BfU.cn, and captured nearly the whole party,
with tbar hordes and accoutrements. These
horses were well drilled, and of great value to the
Government. Our cavalry bad Spencer's repent
ing rifles, which will also he of material service
This affair has stirred up the boys to the high
est pitch of indignation. On receipt of the nows.
Colonel Jewell started off at midnight with two
hundred men from the 2d and 3d Regiments aud
Captain McPherson, of the Kith New York Cav
ally, joined him at Fairfax, aud they proceeded
lo Aldie, where they found twenty-live wouude
men aud eleven dead, which they buried.
They scoured the country in that region and
found it of no use to pursue Most by, as he had
twelve hours start of them towards Upperville,
where be bad taken our boys and his booty.
Thlilius been Moseliy's bravest aud large
capture, and there is something about it uliuus!
unaccountable, when wo know hcw eliieiently
this cavalry forco has fought Moscby the past
year, and the number of captures we have mtido
Our party returned lust evening with the
wounded of the 13th New York and 2d Massachu
setts cavulry. Captain Stone, of the 2d Massa
, chuRetts, is lying dangerously ill at Ceutreville.
Thlny Itebcls wore at Fairfax Court House
r,,,,yestcrduyI u(lJ buu))J nejrert iu fttct, we are sur-
noon thf u,ldcd "y
The pe. ft, ritiix ix kew .il.Al.
flags rn1j)0lnx)Ki juiy 9.a fire ut Salmou Fa'ls yes.
mu ban Vtlivy destroyed the old mill, repair shop,
' l i ell,'B dwelling, and a largo brick block ad
teloi ruph, nJ ncw mJll w(u uml)jurej. Tne loti
to leo, and M
. ''outlaw), Maine, July 0. Lary's large woolen
e T' "i at Vsiualboru, Maine, was burned on Tbura-
iiipiu, wiiu nil wo uiascuiiieiy .uu f iu,w
! tb of wool All of fj'hjca was uiuninred.
L AT E C T FROM THE
REBELS AT SHARPSBURQ.
NW4fnl lo The Kvnilnir Telejf rniti.
Hariuhiu no, July "..-Scouts in from II.ui
vcr say that no enemy ha crossed the river at
The news as to the firing of buildings in
llagerrtown 1 continued, hut the main body of
tho force Is believed to have inarched in the
lirertion of Sharpsburg.
LATEST FROM THE BORDER.
PREPARATIONS TO RESIST
THE EXTENT OF THE RAID.
TIIE REBELS FORTIFYING.
Special to Ttio I'.vrniiiu Teloicritpli.
Bai.timork, July 0. Information has been
received here that a large liohel force, under
Breckinridge, has advanced and occupied
Frederick City, and Monocucy, on tho Balti
more nnd Ohio railroad. The track of tho
road has been destroyed. General Wallace Is
making every preparation for a stubborn ro
slstancc to their advance.
Philadelphia must arouse to tho Importance
of furnishing troops at this critical moment
for the protection of the national capital, and
its lines of communication, from the designs
of an impudent and daring body of guerillas.
Nl.ecltil lo Th Kvenlnir Telegraph.
IlAitmsm Ro, July !). The (iovcrnor will ap-
portion the troops undor the late calls to the dif
ferent counties this afternoon, when an order will
1)0 issued by Adjutant-General Russell fixing the
quotas of each county. 1'hiladclphia will supply
Colonel K. Biddle Itolierts, of tho Governor's
staff, has just left for Philadelphia, to act on the
part of the Statu in conjunction with General
Cadawaladcr in hastening and perfecting organ
izations for otio hundred days there.
The reports in the New York Tribune that the
main body of tho Rebels are retiring, or that their
numbers are small, aro false.
News of the most trustworthy character has
been received at headquarters, indicating that tho
enemy in force is fortifying in the South Moun
tains, with the Intention of holding tho country
as a base for supplies.
The country around Frederick will support an
army of a hundred thousand tor six months.
Great Indignation Is manifested against the New
York papers that have ridiculed our preparations
for repelling the invasion.
Special to Tlie F.venluir 'I'cl.-urrnph.
Wasuinoton, July 0. Tho Star says:
A report has reached hero that the
Kil.els made their appearance last evening
in front of Frederick, aud after somo
skirmishing with General Wallace, they entered
nnd took possession of that place, General Wal-
luce being obliged to fall back, the enoiny out
numbering him at the time. The force which
entered Frederick is represented to be fifteen
thousand strong, composed of cavulry and
Infantry, and isome artillery. This Infor
mation comes by passengers by the train
which left Baltimore at ten o'clock this
morning, who beard it from parties coming in
from the region around Frederick. Up to tho
time of going to press nothing has been heard
here confirmatory of the above, und all givo it as
ono of the rumors of the hour.
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State op Tiieumohkter To day. Six A. M,
734. Noon, 83. One I M., 8.5. Wind W. S. W.
Sew Thi.kohai'H Comi'Anv. the bankers
and lirokers are aliout cons'rueting a telegraph
between lialiimore and all other leading cities.
The line will he over flOO miles in length, and an
extra number of conducting onics will tie sunk
in rivers, so that if one or 11101 c nlmuld be dragged
up or injured l.y a passing vessel, there will still
be enough lett to pievcnt the liuinesifroin being
iiiterrupied. In the cities of New York, I'hila
delphia, W'ashtngtnn, and liiltiuure, tho com
pany will have a C 'liiplcte system of city lines,
and will have in e icli city fr 1111 six to ten otllites
in iositiutis wheie they will hi most likely to
There will also he "way" olli s established at
the principal intermediatn points, and lite routes
will le IlirouU some of the I argest interior towns
of I'cnnsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland.
The proposed lines will hav.i direct connection
with three other liiu s,ouo of which, extending to
Itagcrstowu, is now nearly completed aad doing
a prolitahle business, aud the other two will lie
erected in a short time. Four wires will bo put
np and in operation at once, and moro will bo
added as the business of the Company increases.
Oi a Domebtio Maukkis. The ruling prices
In tho markets this morning wero not much
changed from those quoted last week. Fruit is
abundant aud commands a fair prico. lings and
cheese have advanced. Flour is on the rise, ono
cent moro is obtained this week than last, l'rlc ;s
to-day were as follows: Apples, per halt' peek,
40 cents; beans, drv, pur quart, 12 cents ; string
beans, per half pock, 'JO cents ; blackberries, per
quart, 12 cents; butter, 40 to 60 cents; cheese, 24
to 31 cents ; corn, per dozen, 4" to 0 cents ; eg,'S,
per di 1011, 35 cents ; flour and meal, wheat, pur
pound, 6 to 7 ceuis; corn weal, 4 cents; ro.ist
beef. '2.1 cents: sirloin, 30 cents; rump steak, 2 i
cents ; mutton chops, 20 rent ; du t'oreqitarter,
14 cents; do mndquartor, is cents; spring chick
ens, "'1 to 40 cents per pound; tomatoes, bO cents
per qunrter peck.
Rkchuitinu. This morning Mayor Henry
issued warrants for the payment of the city
bounty of $i50 W eleven men. During tae week
the Commission have paid out the sum of $47i0.
The ComiiiisaioQ having the charge of the sub
stitute liUBinosa Lavo commenced ope rations, and
already numerous parties, who wished to bo
represented in the army by proxy, have deposited
1)1 0 sum required for the purcbuseof a substitute.
KotiiiBUiis at a Bei-ot. Lata last night, a
gentleman by the name of II. W. Fisher was
robbed at the Western Depot, Eleventh and Mar
ket streets, of about ut hundred dollars. Another:
gentleman .tillered to about the same extent. No
arrviiU have beyu mudc a y u(.
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NEW?. I
Bpf lal IHspnIcliw to Ku'nlns Telesruph.
'"iii!iroi, July !).
Herrnt Xrtn of Coitif tv.
Among the recently passed acts 01 Congress Is
one abolishing h ' 1 discriminations a to the em
ployment of persons on public or private vessels,
sith a proviso that oiticcrs of vessels of the Tubed
States shall in all ca-es he ( ill. oils thereof.
The stun of !-'' 000 was appropriated for
protecting the commerce of the Lukes by causing
the public works connected with the harbors on
lakes Cbaniplain, Ontario, Kric, St. Clair,
Huron, and Superior to bo repaired and made
n-eftil for purposes of commerce and navigation ;
and tho further sum of 100,000 for repairing
and rendering useful for similar purposes works
connected with the harbors on tho seaboard.
The act to prevent smuggling provides that all
goods, wares, and mcrchandi'.c, and all bagae
nnd ctlccts of passengers, and all other articles
imported into the United States from any con
tiguous foreign country, as well as the vessels,
cars, and other vehicles or envelopes in which
the same are exported, are required t i he unladen
iu the presence of, and insK'cted by an ltt
pector or oilier ollloer of customs at the lirst
port of entry or custom bouse where the same
The Secrelniy of the Treasury is authuri.ed to
appoint additional inspectors of the Revenue for
tho districts named below, as follows, to wit
rassatiiaqumtdv, Me., 4 ; I'ortland and Fal
mouth, Me., S; ltoston und Cliarlesiown. M iss.,
14; I'i mliiiiH, Minn., 2; Chicago, III., 8; Michilli
iuucklnuc, Mich., 'J; Sandusky, Ohio, 1 ; Cuy.i
hayn, Ohio, 3; Krie, Ta., 1 ; llullalo Creek, N. Y.,
li; Niugaia, 2; Oswego, o; Oswegau hie, 2;
Cliainplain, t ; Vermont, 2.
On the 1st Inst., tho postage on letters mailed
in the X'nitcd States for transmission in the
Itritish mail via Southampton, to the colonics of
Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasma
nia, South Australia and Western Australia, or
to New Zealand, was increased to 4. cents per
single rale of one half ounce, und prepayment is
It'tters for Australia addressed by '"private
ship," may be forwarded in the mail lo Great
Hi itain, nnd from thence to their destination by
private ships, ut a reduced charge of 20 cunts per
single rate, prepayment also required.
All tilrt In Front 01 I't'tcrxtMirir.
"All quirt ill front 0 l'etnsbury" remains still
tho formula of the military situation. General
Grant's pause in front of retersburg has lasted
now for about a month, which is a much longer
period than ho has delayed before any otbor ob
stacle of the campaign. This, however, Is inter
preted only as Indicating more mature plans and
preparations, und holding forth the surer promise
of ultimate decisive success.
Krrrvlmry Frxscnileu lo Visit Slew York.
Secretary Fcsendcn will, at the beginning of
next week, visit New York, whore ho will con
sult with the leading merchants, bankers and
financiers touching the wants of his department,
t uilarrttlon from Nwllrcrluiirl.
Recent advices received at the Suite Depart
ment contain the important announcement that
npwards of ten thousand Swiss emigrants now
await passage to the United States at Havre and
other Kuropcan ports. Considering the com
paratively limited emigration from Switzerland
during past seasons, the fact, aliovc stated fur
nishes a remarkable Instance of tho growing
appreciation with which this country is regarded
in Kwit.orlund, and the desire of hor people to
Tb Wfmlern Whrat Crop.
Mr. Commissioner Newton has received rocent
advices from tho west, representing the wheat
crop to be better than was anticipated, as regards
excellence of grain aud quality of straw. The
yield will not probably be an average oue, but
the falling olf in quantity will, It Is thought, he
fully compensated by tho Improved quality of tho
TUe New ltevenne I.nw.
The new revenue law provides that all manu
factures and productions, including distilled
spirits, which were in the possession of the manu
facturer on the 1st of July, the formor tax not
having been paid, shall be subject to the in
creased rates. Tho Commissioner of Internal
Revenue has decided that where moneys have
been paid to the Collectors on goods which had
not been sold, and which wero not subject to tax,
such payment cannot be considered as a payment
of the tax, and the articles are subject to the in
creased rates. Liquors in bonded warehouse ure
subject to the same rule
Distilled spirits, coal oil, and tobacco may lie
removed to the bonded warehouse, under trans
portation bonds given to the Collectors, In the
same manner as spirits, under the act of March
7, 1H64. The regulations for the lu8cctlon of
cigars will lie issued as soon as the necessary
stamps can be prepared, which will ho done in a
few days. Tobacco Is not subject to inspection,
except where it is removed in bond. The in
creased rates on legacies apply only to legacies
pnssiug from persons dying on or after July 1.
The stamp duty on telegraphic despatches con
tinues until August 1. The whole of tho old law
in relation to stamps continues in force up to
The " Derrhoniid" Cwu,
Strong pressure is being brought to bear upon
the President and Secretary of State to have our
Government formally demand from the British
authorities the rendition of the. pirate Seiumes
and that portion of his crew who were picked up
by the Detrhoutul. It is claimed that when the
Alabama struck her colors, all of her crew at
once became prisoners of war to Captain Wins
low, and that tho Deerhound was summoned by
him to the rescue of tho drowning men solely
through motives of humanity ; and that she after
wards surreptitiously, and in violation of the
rights of war, carried our prisoners to the Kuglisa
coast. Secretary Seward will resist this pressure
Hebrln in TiulHMklnK for Meal .
Letters from Matamoras, Mexico, state that
the Rebels arc removing vast quantities of cotton
and cuttle from the interior of Texas across the
Rio Grande in Mexico, aud that there are other
indications that the Rebel forces there under
Dick Taylor contemplate an evacuation. Tho
writer of one of these lottcrs states that Taylor's
losses in the recent campaign against liunks wore
The Rebels are rigidly enforcing tho Conscrip
tion act all over Texas, and there is scarcely a
Union man left in the State, all who wore able
to get away having escaped to Arkansas aud the
adjoining territories. The total Rebel force in
Texas, which has been receutly considerably
augmented by conscripts, does not number more
thnu 25,000 men.
Urnpritl De KiiNNy,
Rrlgndier-Gcncral O. A. Bo Ritssy, Captain of
the (ith United States Artillery, who has boon in
commund of the defenses south of the l'otomac
fur the past year, and who disciplined tho regi
ments of heavy artillery that have behaved so
haudsomcly with Grant In the last battles in
front, was not confirmed by the Senate, because
ho hud no political friends to push him. In
stantly upon the adjournment of Congress he
was reappointed by the President to rank from
May 23, 1KG3, his original appointment.
The mean magnetic declination for tho year
lKtia, as aseerliiint-d at the Royal Observatory, is
'M degrees 40 minutes, aud the mean dip M de
gree. 4 iniuuies.
The Hank of British North America, which
does business in Canada, was recently repre
sented at a meeting of the stockholders tJ
London to be doing an unsatisfactory busiuess,
and Jt was proposed, to wind l( uj.
later FOREIGN news:
Nkw York, July 9. Tho following additional
items of news were received by the I'erttrinn .
The London Miir considers Grant's movement
on Vetcr-burg a bold one. nSd as opening tho
wov for I,ec to reach Washington unnb-tructod.
Tho Prussian are erecting batteries on the
oast of Jutland.
It is flute.. hat Austria and Prussia will ru t In
concert until 'Denmark is compelled to accept
The London money market on the 2!'th was
The Rebel Commissioner Slidcll had au Inter
view with Napoleon on the "2Hth,
Another plot against Napoleon's life has liccn
The resignation of the Spanish Ambassador to
Peru bus been accepted.
l'.xehange on F.ngland lias risen at Shanghai
1 1 per c ui.
1. ah: t i koi-f. m.hs.
Pt.ATll OF A WKI Al'HTslCIAM.
L ite intelligence from Scotland announces tho
death of Professor Ferricr, of Kdinhuigh, a son-in-law
of the celebrated "Christopher North.'
He was born in the Scottish capital in isus, edu
cated ut the High School of F.dinuurgh, where he
was distinguished for bis proficiency iu Greek,
and at Magdaline College, Oxford, surrounded
by the soli-inn cloisters and shaded walls own
paced by Addison, he studied classic lore, modern
literature, and poetry.
Returning to Edinburgh, he was called to tho
Scottish bar, but never practised, spending his
Insure in wi ning tor lUm ktrood, chielly on litera
ture, becoming aeqiialntcil" with Sir William
Hamilton, lie was led 10 turn his attention to
philosophical matters, and in lKl.i was appointed
to the chair ol Moral i'hilo-ophy in St. Andrew's
I'niviTsiiy. In l.Sol appeared his thoughtful
ork, "Knowing and Iteing; or, Institutes iu
He lli'en devoted himself to preparing a course
of lectures ( 11 the hi-tory of Greek philosophy,
and those of the lectures which are tiuishi'1 will
soon he ottered to the public. "They will," says
an I'.diiiburgb writer, "if wo mistake not, fully
maintain their author's reputation. One wo
specially remember on the philosophy of
iicrarlitus ' Tho Dark,' iu which, piecing to
gether the lew obscure utterances, which are
all that survive of that obscure thinker, Pro
leSsor Ft rrier, with an ingenuity all his own,
wove tin ru into a fabric ol subtle yet lucid order.
The darker the subject grew the more wonder
ful became Ins ingenuity, tho clearer his exposi
tion. These Ictleiswiil be found to be written
In that clear, trenchant, yet graceful diction, of
which he was so pre-eminent a muster. In these,
as In all his works, bis stylo tinely chiseled as
his countenance was instinct with manly
strength and poetic beauty."
Professor Ferricr had been in ill health for
several veins, but kept up almost to the last, a id
died iu tho prime oi manhood, leaving another
bright name to he added to tho list of "high
Dun-Kdin's" brilliant und erudite scholars.
Till'. KMI'KUOHS AT KISSINOUN.
A letter from Kissingen, dated June 19, thus
describes the meeting of the Kmperors at Kis-
graph has already Informed you that
the airival of the Emperor and Kmpress of Rus
sia was closely followed by that of thoir Austrian
Majesties. The former sovereigns alighted at tho
Kuihuus, and there ure only two bouses between
that und the villa Hers, where tho Kmperir and
Kmpress of Austria reside. The Czar has brought
with him bis two sons, i lie Grand Dukes Paul and
Sergey and bis daughter the young Grand Duchess.
Fiuncis Joseph, being the last comer, visited the
F.mperor Alexander 11 through a pelting rain
the morning after bis arrival. The Kmpress of
Austria, who was suffering from the fatigue of
her journey bad not yet left her apartments.
T he J'.mperor of Austria wore the uniform of a
Russian general. A short time after, the Czar,
in the undress of a general of the Austrian
cavalry, and attended by Prince Dolgoruki, one
of his aides-de-cuuip, returntd. In the evening
the two Kmperors, iu pluin clothes, and accom
panied by the Kmpress of Russia, made their ap
piarance on the grand promenade. It would be
Impossible to mention tho number of Russians
and English who are now here. The crowd is
immense, and tho august visitors have some
dilliculty in walking about, so eager is every one
to get a close sight of them.
"The two sovereigns salute witli groat amia
bility tho persons around them. During tho
promenade tho Kmpress ot Russia took the arm
of the Emperor of Austriu. Her countenance
bears the traces of the physical suirerings for the
ullevlation of which she has visited Ktsslngen.
As the daughter of the Grand Duke of Darm
stadt, she, had, when young, tho reputation of
being endowed with the most amiable qualities,
and that character has increased since she has
become an Kmpress.
"The (irand Duko of Oldenburg is also at Kis
engen ; his presence here shows tbut the last
word as to the succession of the Duchess is not
yet spoken in favor of tho Prince of Augusten
burg. The Grand Duke is a handsome man, and
his countenance is very pleasing. Ho accompa
nied the two Emperors in their promenade.
Count do Recbberg and Prince de Gurtcbakolf,
aim-in-arm, followed their sovereigns. This
morning the Ktnperor of Austria aud the Grand
Duke of Oldenburg were together on tho prome
nade, the Count do Rcchberg conversing with
Huron de Pfordten. Tho King of Havana Is
among the latest arrivals."
TUB "OHEAT EASTEHN" 1'HEI'AUINO TO LAY TUB
The ilrmt Eastern has taken three thousand
tons of coal on board, and will shortly leave
Liverpool for Shcctness ot Deptford, whore sho
will be fitted with water-tanks, in which the
Atlantic cable now making by Messrs. Glass,
Elliot & Co. will be stowed away as fast us it is
H NKHAL OF SMITH o'llllU'.K A Tl'MVLT.
The remains of William Smith O'Brien arrived
in Dublin on the 23d nit., and notwithstanding
the earnestly-expressed wishes of his family, were
made the subject of a demonmruiion by the "Na
tionalist" party. A letter had appeared in ono of
the journals the previous duy, calling upon the
brewers' drnymcn to prove by a numerous at
tendance "that the texture of their coats bad but
little to do with their patriotism," and accord
ingly these men were very conspicuous.
At three o'clock the steamer left tho North
Wall, having on board a number of persons
whose enthusiasm enabled them to brave thudis-
11 forts of a wet, chilly morning, and proceeded
into the Hay to meet tho Cambria, wiileU con
veyed the body. She had not proceeded far when
the expected vessel was descried, and both ves
sels came to their moorings at about four A. M.
After a little delay, the remains were brought on
shore. The collin was of o ik, with a largo cross
011 the lid, and a nnuie-plato bearing tho de
ceased's name and ago.
A hearse was in waiting, into which thos In
churgu attempted to hear it, hut a loud shout of
remonstrance arose from the assembled crowd, a
rush whs made towards It, and fhe honor of lirst
aiding iu carrying it was furiously contested.
Those in charge did not think lit to ofl'erany very
strenuous opposition lolhe crowd, and it was ele
vated on the shoulders of six men.
A green flag, furled, was carried at tho head of
the cortege, which proceeded by the circular road
and through some of the streets to tho terminus
of tho Great Southern R iilway at Kingsbridge,
where the collin was placed in a train which was
MR. COIIllHN OK AMK1UCA.
In answer to a letter sent by Mr. W. Cooper, of
Rochdale, ou the subject of Mr. Lindsay's motion
for the recognition of the Confederate States, Mr.
Cobdcn writes :
" l.oNitos, .runu IS. Hear Hlr: M. Lindsay has a',"aln
pnstponufl Ills motion re'ihiK Oa civil war in Ainc-rica.
1 llmik II prubahla thai Hu rt, uiuy I anotlmr )otp mo
ment and Osl Ilia Ilnal aUI. ll Iu tho matter will dopond
on Hi. preirro. ( Uiu twills III America, I oatlroiy .uroo
In the view joo taku of thl. lei rlui. .truKKlo. It u ni'iro
and more t-s l.lutit that our only trim eourao la, whll.t
wishlliK hi Ihl. as In ct)ry otl, urease for tho triumph ol
111,, rty and b Ub.uhai, to niuMorve a atrlet m-uliallly
between llm belllarelits.
I remain, ti illy yolirl. . COI1DKM.
"Air. W. Cooi-Kii."
Gotitv ieople may call on a medical gentle
man, Dr. Werllioif, fur relief. Ho advertises anti
gout sulphur, which worn in the stockings in
small quantities will, if we may believe his report,
remove the tortures which mark the gout.
The Greenwich Hospital has property of
various kinds of the aggregate value of twenty
live millions of dollars, all productive, aud yet
it is very badly managed, and the income goes
Into the wroug chunuels.
According to statistical returnsjust published,
the annual consumption of wine In Franco is
1.600.000 bectolities. of wliicn the bottled wine
amouuts to only 10,0(0 hectolitres. The excise
duty paid to the Suite, and the ocl,oi on entering
a town, amount to lur. oc. the liectolitre. F.acU
hectolitre i about Iwcuty-IWv bjiberjaj gallons,
ftr.nwFM' orririii. rf.immt.
The foreign malls by die Ana, which arrived
in New York yesterday, bring additional particu
lars of the destruction of the AUtbuma, Including
Captain Semmes' report of tho fiht, communi
cated to the Londou Timet by the Rebel agent
Mason, as follows:
LI.TIK.R l ROM J. M. MASON.
To the t.lilnr of the Timu .
Sin: I send herewith a Copy of tho oflicial re
port of Captain Sctnnics of hi late engagement
with the United States ship irarwrjf, which
yon may pei haps think worthy a place in your
1 avail myself of the occasion to not ono or
two inaccuracies in the letter of your correspon
dent, dated at Southampton on Monday, an I
published In the Times ol Tuesday. The crow of
the .4iuAnmi is there stated at ono hundred and
fifty men. She bad, iu fact, but oue hundred
ami twenty, all told.
Again, as to her armament ; that of the Kear
Kit or may bo correctly given by your corresKu
d tit. I do not know what it was. The Alalxima
had oue 7-inch illakely rilled gun, one S-m h
Muoo'li-lKiro pivot gun, and six ,i2 poun lcrs,
smootb-boto, in broadside.
1 am, sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
J. M. Mason.
No. 24 Upper Seymour street, Juno 22.
"Soithami'Ton, June 21,lMil. Sir : I have
the honor to inform you that, in accordance witli
my Intention, as previously announced to you, 1
steamed out of the harlior of Chcrliourg, between
nine and ten o'clock of the morning of the, lOih
of June, for the purpose of engaging the enemy 's
steamer Kearmrgr, which had been lying oir and
on tho port for several days previously. After
clearing the harlior, we descried the enemy,
with his bead oil shore, at a distance of about
seven miles. Wo were three-quarters of an
hour in coming up with him. I had
previously pivoted my guns to starboard, and
made all my preparations tor engaging the enemy
on that side. Winn within about a mde aud a
quarter of tho enemy ho suddenly wheeled, und
bringing his head in shore, presented his star
boaitl I attcry to me. By this time wo wore dis
tant about ono mi a from each other, when 1
opened on him with solitl shot, to which ho re
plied in a few minutes, and tho engagement be
came active on both sides.
"The enemy now pressed his ship under a full
head ot steam, and to prevent our p issing each
other too spceillly, and to keep our respective
broadsides bearing, it became, necessary to tight
in a circle, the two ships steaming around a com
mon centre, and preserving a distance from each
other ol from a quarter to a half a mile. When
we got within a good shell range we uiieued upon
him with shell.
"Somo ten or llftecn minutes after tho com
mencement of the action our spanker g iff was
shot nwuy, and our ensigu came down by the
run. This was immediately lepl iced by another
ut the mizzcumast-bead. The tiling uow bec lino
very hot, ami tho enemy 's shot and shell soon
began to tell upon our hull, knocking down, kill
ing, and disabling a uumber of men in dul'erent
parts of tho ship.
"Ptrcciving that our shell, though apparently
exploding against the enemy's sides, wero doing
him but little dumage, 1 returned to solid shot
firing, and from this time onward attended (al
ternated ) with shot and shell.
"After the lapse of about ono hour and ten
minutes our ship was ascertained to be in a sink
ing condition, the enemy's shell having exploded
in our sides and between decks, opening largo
apertures, through which the water rushed with
"For some few minutes I hud hopes of being
ablo to reach the Fionch coa-t, for which pur
pose I gave the ship ail steam, and sot such of
the fore and aft sails as wereav olable. Tho ship
tilled so rapidly, however, tha, before wo had
made much progress the tires were extinguisbed
in the turnuces, and we were evidently on tho
point or sinking. 1 now hauled down my colors,
to prevent tho further destruction of life, and
despatched a boat to inform the enemy of our
"Although we were now but four hundred
yards from each other, the enemy fired upon me
five times after my colors bad been struck. It
la chat liable to suppose that a ship-of-war of a
Christian nation could not have done this inten
tionally. "We now turned all our exertions towards
saving tho wounded, and such of the boys of the
ship who were unable to swim. These were
deposited In my quarter-boats, the only boa's
remaining to me the waist-boats having boon
torn to pieces.
"Some twenty minutes after my furnace fires
had been extinguished, and the ship being ou the
point of settling, every man, in obedience to a
previous order which hud been given the crew
jumped overboard and endeavored to save him
"There was no appearance of any boat coming
to me from tho enemy after mv ship went down
Fortunately, howover, the steam yacht Iteer
hound, owned by a gentleman of Lancashire,
England, Mr. John Lancaster, who was himself
on boatd, steamed up In the midst of my drown
ing men, and rescued a number of both ottlcore
and men from the water. I was fortunate enough
myself thus to escape to the shelter of the neu
tral Hag, together with about forty others, all
"About this time tho Keartarge scut one, and
then, turdily, another boat.
"Accompanying you will find a list of the
killed and wounded, and of tboso who wero
fdeked up by the Deerhoumt; tho rsmutnder, there
s rcusou to hope, wore picked up by the enemy,
and a couple of French pilot boats, which were
also, fortunately, near the scene of action.
"At the end of tho engagement It was dis
covered by those of our ollicers who went along
side the enemy's ship with the woundetl that her
Biidbhip section on both sides was thoroughly
iron-coated, this having been done with chiln
constructed lor the purpose, placed perpendicu
larly lrom the rail lo ibe water's edge, the whole
covered over by a thin outer planking, which
gave 110 indication of the armor benea'h.
"This plunking had lieen ripped olf in every
direction by our shot und shell, the chain broken
and indented in many places, and forced partly
Into tho ship's side. She was most effectually
guurded, however, in this section, trom penetra
tion. The enemy was much damaged In other
parts, but to what extent it is now impossible to
tell: it Is believed to be badly crippled.
1 My ollicers and men behaved steadily and
gallantly, and, though they have lost their ship,
they have not lost honor.
"Where all behuved so well it would be in
vidious 10 particularize, but I cannot deny my
self the pleasure of saving that Mr. Kell, my 1st
lieutenant, deserves great credit for the Hue con
dition in which the ship went iuU) action with
regard to her buttery, niuguziue,and shell-rooms,
and that he rendered me great assistance by bis
coolness and judgment as the light proceeded.
" The enemy was heavier than iny-elf, b uh iu
ship, buttery, and crew; but I did uot know until
the action was over that she was iron-clud.
" Out total lo s in killed and wounded is thirty
to wit: nine killed, twenty-one wounded.
" I have the honor to be, very respectfully,
your obedient servant, R. Skmmkh, Ca.ku.u."
I'liil.ADtl.riui iK.tnt: : r.
Satckday, July 9. The decline In the ratos of
gold and fonign exchange have in a measure
checked the advance noted yesterday.
Quercitron Hurk is very scarce, and prices are
generally held higher.
I'-t Flour there is but little demund or ex
port ; the only sales wo bear of are to the trado
at )U-50 for superfine, JHWa&lO-oO for extra,
and &U('' 13 for extra family aud funcy brands.
Rye Flour and Corn Meal are inactive, and stacks
There is a very steady domand for Wheat, and
prices ure well maintained. Sales of 5000 bu.
good und priino Pennsylvania and Western red
at '2-50 If' bu ; white ranges from $2-65 to $1-70.
Rye There is nono here, aud it would brini;
$1 70 Corn is tlrm, with sales of 2.500 bushols
yellow at $Hi.S((t l-70 Oats are iu good demand
nnd higher. AtHMJ bushels Pennsylvania s-ild at
B')(" ,J7c. iu store. Nothing doing iu Barley or
Whisky is dull; small sales of Pennsylvania
snd Ohio ut $1'H0, but by some a higher price is
Nbw Dst'OT. The Camden and Arubriy Rail
road Company have erected a new and co:n uo
diotis depot at Beverly, Now Jersey. It forms a
pleasing contrast to the one formerly use I 'for
Capti-iis of Canines. During the woek
ending to-day, the dog directives have captured
73 unmuzzled dogs.
Mi aic at thb Paek. We learn that on Wed
nesday nex the musical performances at Fair
mount Park will couimence.
Naw Fsuby Boat. The West Jersey Ferry
Company are building a new ferry boat o take
(he jilace 9( the Aramv0) which has byn sylv),
inOM TIIK FRONT.
SIEGE OF TETERSBURO
The "Preliminary Moment of
Quiet Before tho Storm."
ATTEMPT TO DRIVE OFF A
THE REBELS FOILED
col. rovoinj's noil? kltoyi:rcd.
How tho Chivalry Respect tho
Remains of Union Soldiors.
i:to., i:to., ioto., Kt-0.1 Kto.
Special to "Tim KveiiliiK Tplearriapli." A3.
Wasuinoton, July !. The Star says the mall
steamer Highland Light arrived from City Point,
leaving there at eleven o'clock yesterday morn
ing. On Thursday night tho Rebels brought a
battery to bear on a working party of ours, who
were throwing up earthworks nearer Petersburg,
and for a while sharp cannonading took place.
Our men having brought np a battery to bear
ti)Hin the Rebel buttery, the lattor was soon
silenced. Subsequently tho Rebels took tip a
new position, and again opened on the working
party, but finding they could accomplish nothing,
they soon ceased their fire. With this exception
all has been quiet for a few days past, hut this is
only the prelimitiury moment of quiet beforo tho
General Grnnt never was more hopeful of tak
ing Richmond, never was bettor prepared, anil
was never before so near the accomplishment of
his purposo as at this moment. All this may
seem paradoxical, in view of the Rebel calcula
tions of creating a diversion from Richmond by
their Potomac raid ; but it is strictly true, as time
On Wednesday the work of sicgo operations
against Petersburg was so coniplotod that tho
men were allowed some respite from their labors
for a few hours.
Hon. John Covodo, of Pennsylvania, came up
on the Highland Light, bringing np the bidy f
his son, Colonel O. II. Covodo, 4th Pennsylvania
Cavalry, who was killed while protecting the rear
of Shi ridun's train while crossing the James
river, in the Uto movement from White House.
On Wednesday night be proceeded within the
Rebel Hues, escorted by a detail of forty men of
Sherldnii's Cavalry, who, under eoverof a gun
boat, detailed for the purpose, landed at St
Mary's, In Chnrlos City county, and, avoiding
the Rebel pickets, secured the body.
His body had boon Interred by negroes, who
placed boards around the grave. The negroes
state that Colonel Covode lingered all night, and
died In the morning, after being wounded. Be
fore he died the Rebels took from him his watch
money, aud valuables, and then stripped him of
all clothing except his shirt.
Hon. John Covode says that General Grant Is
confident of final success, but that he should
have more troops with which to carry on his
movements. The army was never bettor sup
plied, and its sanitary condition is very good.
Senators Wado, Wilkinson, and Chandler are
at headquarters, tuking a view of the bellige
rent country around Petersburg.
TIIE REBEL II A ID.
FREDERICK OCCUPIED BY
Another Party Crossing the Po
tomac at Edwards' Ferry.
THE PREPARATIONS TO MEET THEffl.
Kperlnl to The Kvrnlnsr THeicrmitti.
Baltimore, July 0, 3 P. M. Our forces have
evacuated Frederick, and have retired in this
direction, and now occupy a position south of
The Rebels occupy Frederick, but In what
force is not positively known. Reports say
12,000, und that they are commanded by Breck
inridge. There aro reports seemingly well founded that
anotbtr Rebel force have crossed the Potomac
near F.dwards' Ferry, and have moved In the
direction of Urbana, but in what force is not
known. This is supposed to be an vlfurt to
We are hourly gaining strength by reinforce
ments, and we will doubtless frustrate this Rebel
EBaltiuokb, July 0. The news hero a present
(three o'clock this afternoon) is very exciting.
The Rebels now undoubtedly hold Frederick,
and fighting is said to be in progress this side,
near the Monocacy. General Wallace feels con
fident of bis ability to repulse the enemy. It is
believed the Rebels are beiug considerably reim
forced, and their number is lurgcr than heretofore
generally supposed. Things look ugly, but con
fidence is unshaken.
Let the North arouso. The Rebels are fiend
ishly desperate, burning and destroying Indis
criminately. We have heard that Ilagcrstown
is destroy ed .
lyeeial btjpaich f Tlu Evening TeltarapK
Wonndvd nt Nottjrlvauli, la,
Wasuinoton, July 0. The following Is a list
of wounded Pennsylvania. New Jersey, aud Mary
land soldiers in the Coulcdurato Hospitals, near
Spottsylvania Court House, Va., June 25 :
Lewis Caty, I), 61th Wisconsin ; Lieutenant D.
Little, H, 4'Jth Pa. j Kgt. J. Lady, 0, 2d N. Jersey,
right leg amputated; C. Smith, C, 10th Pa., left
leg atnputaU'd ; 11. Stainer, It, 10' it ti Pa., poisoned ;
W. Uracil, F. 7ih Maryland, right thigh; J. M.
Cuy, B,:id N. J., right leg amputated ;"l). Mic
baner, ti, OOth Pa., left leg amputated; Jacob
Bruce. II, 40th Pa., right leg amputated ; II.
Wclgner, K, 9lith Pa., right breast ; J. P. Mincen,
B, 1,5th N. J., shoulder and knoe: L. llurlck, F,
40th Pa., arm aud breast; W. Myers, 40ih Pa.,
As an evidence of the warm weather which we
are enjoying, the thermometer stood yesterday
at one O'clock 91 in the shads and 110 in the sun.
General II. S. Bri, stationed in. Alexandria
or some months iu charge of the equipments und
forwarding of troops from that point, has been
ordered to report for court-martial duty Iu this
city. , - , -
IiuporlMut MntI Nesrvloms. s .
With the advent of the first day of this month,
the entire mail service In the District of Colum
bia, Mary Und, Delaware, Ohio, New Jersey, aud
Pennsylvania commenced by new moo, or rather
nnder the arr mgement of this spring's lctrlnrt.-
On the one thousand three hundred routes which
may be emldored as having changed bands, w
may assume the length of service In Maryland.
Including Ibe District of Columbia. at24a miles,
and the total transportation of one year at 1,639,
622 mile., the cost of which may be set down at
ff !32,140; r,naWarc, length of routes, 530 miles,
or 2.TO,B,'!6 mile. In a year cost, $22,495; Ohio,
length of rout 12,8.35, or In a year tf.031,978
miles, co t S539,2lMi Pennsylvania, length of
route, 13,010, in a year 4,M9,810 milos cost
!.124,0f,9 ; New Jersey, kngtu of route, 2137, or
1,084,300 miles In a year's eost 9M.0S4. Total
length of routes, 31,480 miles , total travel in a
year, 12,M,4o3 milcsj total cost, 1,203,993.
In this section there are A,A30 miles ef railroad
service and 306 miles by steamboat. , , , , L (
A Liverpool magistrate having had om-wtoit
to give an opinion as to a matrimonial difficulty
which came ap before him, touched H wutta
id edle when he conclnded his remarks with the
following opinion : "It Is always a bad arraao-
ment for married people to have relatives living
In the same house with them 'whether high or
low, rich or poor, it was unwise to have a wife's
sister, or a brother, or other relative living in tfca
same house with them.' " vino
FINANCE AND COMMERCE. '
1-nrLADKi.rtiiA stock exchange sauw, jult.
Rapon.d ky Clark son a Co., Broker., No. UU S. Thirl It.
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PHK'KH (IK STOCK IS NKW YORK. '
Reported by Clarkson (Jo., Brokm, No. 1st a. Third Ot.
nr. Call. Hieond Vail.
Vnllrd Ftalfa w.iwi. int nir IIH Did
Hark Inland Railroad bid
KeailltiR n.llruiul SHWbi.t
llllnnl. Ontral Railroad , bid
(lalcna Railroad bid
K.w York I'.nlraJ Kullroad IM bid
Krl Mullmad 114V bit
Harlem Railroad no bid
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, 1H 'SUM
Quotation, of Hold at Um Philadelphia Oold Biohangte
No. 'M S. Third .treat, .acond .tory i ' "'
!S'A.M Wl ISM .e
11 A. M tiUIV 1 P- at W
Jat Cooaa A Co. quote Government BecurKlee, Yo..te
noon to-day, s. fallow. 1
V. 8. da, 1SS1 lot lift
U.S. 7 H 111 Nntea IC4 . . Hat
C.nitUaleaof InU.-hte.ln.aa.Jlew msi , l
Quartermaster'. Voucher SS (HI
(iold ...US , - 'JM
6-W) llend MS ' -J
10-40 Coupon Honda ready tor dellrsrr to Jon -U MuliA .
. . Saturday, July 9.
The Stock Market this morning was weak and
dull. Rending Railroad sold at 68 ; the psioe of
this stock Is supposed to be affected as much by
the present strike of the miners as by the tight
ness of the money market. The shipments this)
week are very small only about 20,000 tons.
Everything looks "blue" on "Change, the present
uncertainty regarding the pollcyof Mr. Fosseo
den tending to limit operations. - - '
By some it is asserted the policy of the 1 ne
Secretary will he towards still greater inflation
through the issue of greenbacks; bnt those is.
a better position to know, as confidently assort,
that he is contemplating, if be has not already
done so, a call upon the Banks for a, temporary
Loan, and the caution and recent statements of
the Banks in the large cities seem to give color to
the latter Idea. For our own part we have belief
in contraction and retrenchment rather than la
inflation and extravagance. ' '-' " " " '
In the Board the market was dull except for
the better class of securities, which were bid for
at higher prices. Wyoming Valley Canal, 89(3
90, a rise of t within a few days. U. 8. V20
were better; 10-44 hid. Oold 263, a decline. .
Mo Second Board to-day. '
The following Is from the New York Ti,nei of
"The abatement in the pressure for money
since yesterday's report is very slight and eon
fined to the Stock Exchange borrowers, who have
reduced their wants by cash sales and the refusal
of new orders except for cash. Tho ratos of dis
count on good paper are advancing, and where it
is connected with advances on produce, either oq
the spot or to arrive, or on foreign nvei-chaodls
to be held in store for higher prices, the
rates are very hear and the scrutiny or sig
natures more than usually close. While some
leaders may not distrust the continued high
premium on gold and exchange where by
these speculations are to be maintained
nearly all are disposed to look to the contin
gency of a breakdown, and lo calculate tho
chances of even a greater scarcity of areen-
backs in the seaboard mouey markets thaut
has wrought the present change In the rates of
interest and the customary workings of the As
sociated Hank movement. The immediate e 1 ad
dition of things is so wholly anomalous, that
cautious money lenders and prudent traders aro
equally at a loss how to act the ttrst, to knosr
wbut paper. If based on speculation, will be good
a few months hence ; the last, how far to provide)
their fall stocks of merchandise, at the going
figures, which their customers may refuse to buy.
"The rapidly advancing rates ot Exchange on
London, aud the growing disposition among our
own people to economize the- consumption of
foreign merchandise, or to follow np prices with
the rise In gold, are contributing to large engage
ments for tho re-export of sugars, teas, ootfesj,
fine wools, and numerous other articles of
foreign growth and manufacture. Tnooverstocka
in this and other Atlantic markets of foreign
merchandise, resulting from the false calculation
of anticipating Ibe now and higher tariff, ara
generally acknowledged ; the exceptions to this
opitiion being found almost exclusively with
the parties who have ventured upon sack be ivy
importations, and And it extremely ditUult
to save themselves from enormous losses)
on the rise of gold, with all thai
Jineist of obtaining temporary advance
upon their slocks of goods in the open Mouey
market, in the hope that the consumers wiU ulti
mately be forced to pay the advance in prices.
Other parties are very sensibly relieving tb Mis
selves by sales from bond for re-exportation, on
the high rates of exchange, or by rushipping di
rect lor other and better markets. Tho export
list of last week included a considerable amount
of certain staple foreign merchandise, aud the
engagements for the present week are undorstj Mt
to be uiueb lurger. The process will have to go on
for some time before there is the sllgtrest proba
bility of- short supplies for the fall trade
in the Americsn markets. The inclination
to curtail consumption is increased by every
advance In gold, and by each turn ef this
Money Market upon the holders and speculators
in foreign merchandize and staple domestic pro
duce, who are aiming to force a eorrespending
advance in prices. The credits of some of these
parties and their factors, who have come under
acceptance for them, have already fallen 12(o15
per cent, per annum.
M arketa by Telwrpl.
New Vohk, July 9. Stocks are higher; Chi-
canoandKnck l.land. IUl Cunilmrland Coal, m ; MU
nol. Central, IW'I JWK'hitian Ko.lli.m, ai-, Hkw York
Central, I'JiV: Jlealur. IKl.i Itud.un River, t'JS ; Out
Year Cattl Hula., Ml. i -. ooupoua, 10J V ; Uotd.'JSO.
New you, July 9. Flour declined 25c.; sales
nril lm bias, at Sllienra ll Ml for mate. 'ian,.l ...
oiihi.aad Sll MVa14 lor Hnuihern. Wlm,a declined i.ufc.i
,al . uiiinilKirtant. Corn firm: U7.0ISI buah.la .old at tl-sll
SIM. uwt unlet, j-ork dull at Se iki u iut tlmt.
a iiulet at AK.f.'lo. M hlaky .teady at SI 7s.
15- OFFICE OF THE COMMITTER OH
lAbor 1 ncjui.aiid Revenue, aiu. ling. gttVJCNTli
Chairmen ot Hub-commlttesi of Commutation Labor,
luoulue., and Revenaa, aud ueraoa. liavl'.a auSor!llone
In char-., bulk In and out of town, are earu..ilr r!oe.i4
to push Ibrward the work, aa It la alg-iur iuiihm-uui iliac
the liualne. of Ilia uroat Cautral Kair liU be ceuaiudmt
at an early duy. 'flier are uuiuereua CouuMitleas wotcfc
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