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VOL. XV. NO. 102.
PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1871.
DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS.
DR. DOUINGER AID THE POPF.
The Infallibility Question.
Chcrman on Sumner.
The Ohio Senator'. Views.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
The New Schism In Bavaria Refusal of
the Minister of the Interior to Permit the
Publication of the (Ecumenical Decrees.
The Bavarian Minister of the Interior has
given the following decision in answer to the
petition of the Archbishop of Bamberg, asking
for the royal permission to publish and carry
out the decrees of the (Ecumenical Council.
Additional interest is Imparted to it by the re
cent refusal of DjH)lllnger to accept the doc
trine of infallibility, and the support of the
Bavarian Government in this refusal:
The Right Reverend Archbishop of Bamberg,
Michael V. Deinlein,' has, in referring to the
ministerial resolution of August 9, 1870, re
quested his Majesty's permission for the publi
cation and solemn declaration of the first dog
matic constitution de tcclesiaChristi edila in es
ione quarta sacrosancti acumenici Concilii
The Ministry of the Interior is willing to
acknowledge that the Right Reverend Arch
bishop of Bamberg has been guided by the
Ministerial decision above mentioned, but cannot
comply with the request In this the Ministry
is not Influenced by the otherwise important
fact that many competent theologians have
raised great objections against the legal value
of the decrees of the (Ecumenical Council from
a theological standpoint, for this consideration
belongs to the domain of the Church, and can,
therefore, Lave no' decisive Influence upon the
councils of the Ministry.
Of very great importance is, however, the
fact that the above-mentioned dogmatic consti
tution, and the consequences resulting from it,
canse not only a material chauge in the inner
relations of the Catholic Church, but also in
those existing between Church and State in
Bavaria. According to the opinion of the un
dersigned ministry, it is certain that if the
power of the Head of the Catholic Church
within certain domains, as defiued in this con
stitution, were carried out, the fundamental arti
cles of the Bavarian constitution and the citizens'
Vjights of the non-Catholics of the country would
. waceo in leopardy. in contradiction with
his theory ii has, however, been emphatl-
any declared by several dignitaries
of the Church that the newly defined dogma
was strictly connned within tne limits of. latth
and religious instruction. This assertion, as
well as the other extenuating explanations of
the above tamed constitution by the Right Rev.
Archbishop of Bamberg, cannot calm tiie fears
of the Ministry, for there is no guarantee that
these manifold Papal edicts of former times,
Which prevailed upon the domain of worldly
affairs, might not be put in practice, or that no
more edicts of the tame kind will be issued in
Moreover, the domain of religion and religious
Instruction is not so clearly marked as to ex
clude cases which possibly might also belong to
the domain of worldly affairs. In view of this
consideration.lt is impossible for the undersigned
.Ministry to regard in the above-mentioned dog
matical decree a purely spiritual subject of con
science and religious instruction and as not con
flicting with the worldly domain. The Ministry
rather shares the opinion of those who see in ft
an essential alteration in the relations between
Church ana State, and apprehend great danger
for the political and social foundations of the
Mate from the publication of this decree.
L'Dder these circumstances the Government
would receive the reproach of having trifled with
its trust if it were to allow the inference that it
agreed with the decrees of the (Ecumenical
Couocll by permitting their publication. The
undersigned Ministry has therefore come to the
conclusion that it is nnable to grant the request
Oi tne Kignt Keerend Arcnoisnop ot Bamberg,
By order of his Royal Majesty. Von Lutz.
SHEBM1N ON SUMNER.
The Ohio Senator Explains the Displace.
mtnl of the Massachusetts Senator as He
The following letter from Senator Sherman
appears in the Springfield (Ohio) Republic:
Mansfield, OUio.Aprll 84, 1871. Sir: I promised
you that after the close ol the recent session of
Congress I would answer the inquiries put lo me tn
your paper or me xaa inc. as to the removal or Mr.
fcuruner from the chairmanship of the Committee oa
The chief reasons that led to the removal of Mr,
Funiner were that his personal relations with the
President and Secretary f Isti had become such that
It was impossible for them to transact In harmony
the public business, aud that the committee was so
commuted as not fairly to represent a majority or
The Senate shares with the President the treaty
making power. 'J his, iron- its nature. Is eontiden
tial secret; conducted mainly tn social intercourse
demanding confidence, advice, and consent. It so
happened, when 1 he committees were to be formed
that, besldu diplomatic appointments and for Rial
treaties with other powers, we had on hand the
highly important English negotiation and the San
On both these topics the President and Mr. Su ru
der differed widely. Mr. Bumner insisted that toe
hasty proclamation Dy ureal Hrits.it of neutrality
between the United Sta'es and the Southern Coa-
leueracy was tus foundation the fraiamen of the
Alabama claims. The President aud Mr. Fish cou-
tended that tins procismation was an act f which
we could not complain, except as an indication of
an unfriendly spirit by Great Britain aud that the
true basis of the Alabama claims Is, that Great
Britain, alter proclaiming neutrality, did not enforce
It, int a. lowed her subjects to build, man, arm, aad
fight English ciusers, undsr cover or the .Rebel
Hair, to the destruction of our commercial navv. No
cation ever befre, whl e proclaiming- peace, In
flicted so great an Injury upon a friendly power.
This dnfeience of opinion between the 'resident
and Mr. Pouiner led to the removal of Mr. Motley,
who sided with Sumner, and unquestionably tnten
' silled the feeling that had arisen from tue'kSau Do
In the meantime social relations bstweeathe
Secretary of Mate and Mr. (fumuer had become Im
possible, and, censiderlug humas passion, prejudice;
and iteling, aujthiLg like frank aud confidential
communication between the President aud Air.
fcuuiner was out of the question.
It raust be remembered that an both truss Impor
tant topics a majority of the Ktpubllcau Senator
aided with the President. We generally agreed thtt
ll was a faUe-pretended neutrality, aud a toe hasty
proclamation of neutrality, that save us an unques
tionable right to dtmand Indemnity fraun Great Brl
tain for the depredations of the Alabama and other
lu the Republican conference the first question
that arohe was as to Mr. Sumner, lie was the oldest
Senator In consecutive service, lie wan eintnnt
not only as a faithful reprssfatative of kepubllcan
principles, but as especially qualified to be Chairman
of our Foreign Relatlois. lie hid loog held that
H' euioa, sue It was not usual in the Bnt to
cnange the commit' ess, but to follow the rule Of
seniority, placing (senators of the majority party U
the order of their coming Into the Senate, aud those
f the minority at the foot of the list.
In deciding Mr. hnuiuer s case in view Of the fact!
J have slated, two piaui wr urged:
First. To place Mm at the head of the new and
lmporisnt Commitfe of Privileges and Klrifion.
leaving the i est of the committee to stand In the
p.ecise order It bad been, with one vacancy to be
filled in narmrny with the majority
Second. To leave Mr. Sumner tt stand In bis Old
plare as chairman, and to make a change In the
body of the committee by promoting one ol Its mem
bers to another committee, and mi the vacancy by a
Senator in harmony with the majority.
My own opinion was and Is that the latter course
was the most politic and Just; but the majority de
cided, alter fall consideration and debate, npon the
It has been the subject of complaint that Mr.
Cameron, and not some one else, was leftatttio head
of the committee. Bat he was next In the list, and,
by uniform nsage, became Its chairman, unless he
f uch are the leading farts, and I state them with
out any desire to justify my own opinion or to
arraign others. Of one thing I am clear, that after
this purely domestic controversy was decided tn a
Republican conference, it was highly improper to
allow our political adversaries to review it.
lie must nave a narrow mind wno cannot per
ceive enough here for an honest difference of
opinion, or who can find in this question a pretense
for a schism in a great political organization.
ery truly yours, j oum miekuan.
TIIE CAR IIOOK MURDER.
Death of Mr. Putnam, the Victim The
Assassin Surrendered to Coroner Young
and Confined lu the Tombs Alleged Iu-
humanllyof a Druggist and the Police.
Averv D. Putnam, the commission merchant.
of No. (IS Pearl street, who on Wednesday even
ing, for protecting from insult Madame Duval
and daughter, of No. 763 Broadway, was 6tnckcn
down by William Foster, died at St. Luke's
Hospital at o clock yesterday morning.
ASSAULT WAS PREMEDITATED AND UNPROVOKED
The published statement of Conductor Gold-
waite differs but little from that made by other
witnesses to the assault; but it clearly snows
that he made no determined effort to protect
those under his care from the brutal insults of a
fellow employe of the Broadway and Seventh
Avenue Railroad. .
The brutality of the druggist Into whose store
Air. rutunm was carried, me crowd wno col
lected on the street, aud Captain Klllalea's
police, Is severely denounced by Miss Jennie
Duval, who to a reporter yesterday made the
statement that while Mr. Putnam was lying
insensible npon tne down tract, wild, a car
approaching, ene caiiea upon some men wno
had collected to remove him, when she was
"he is drunk; let nm lib tiiere;"
tbat she and her mother lifted the inauimate
man and carried bim to the sidewalk, from
which he was subsequently removed to a drug
store on the east side ot Headway, a little aoove
orty-sixin street, where a chair was refused
the victim, aud that the druggist even declined
to give them water to apply to Mr. Putnam's
When the death of Mr. Putnam became known
in the city there was Intense excitement, and
the murder was everywhere characterized m
atrocious and dastardly lu the extreme. The
railroad companies come in for general con
demnation, aud were freely denounced for their
indifference for the care of their patvons, and
they are by no meaus blameless.
foster eurrekdered to coroner tounq.
Early yesterday morning Coroner Young re
ceived a despatch from Sergeant Davidson, of
tne 1 wentv-eigbtn precinct, stating that Air.
Putnam bad died in St. Luke's Hospital shortly
belore three o'clock A. M., and requested that
action be taken tu the case. At a later hour,
while at bis omee, the tJoroner received a com
munication from Alderman Pluukett, in whieh
he expressed a willingness to surrender the
alleiicd murderer, aud requested him (Coroner
Young) to send to the Yorkville Police Court a
warrant and commitment for Foster, which was
accordingly done. The latter was delivered to
Captain Killalea, of the Twenty-second precinct.
and the prisoner was transferred to the Tombs
to await the result of an investigation.
THE ATTACHES OF TUB CAR.
Cunningham, the driver, who, it is alleged,
Dromnted Foster to insult the ladies, has been
committed to the House of Detention on Leo-
sard street, where Sergeant Davis permits him
to communicate with no one not even the
representatives of the press. Goldwaite, who
by the public is not held blameless, is still at
large, but it is likely that Coroner Young will
commit bim to the House of Detention as a
witness against the murderer. Af. 2'. Herald,
THE ALABAMA. CLAIMS.
English Satisfaction at the Prospect of a
Settlement The Responsibility of Por
From the London Timet, April IT.
We hall the promise of a settlement of the Ala
bama dispute witn genuine satisiaction, although by
no means disposed, even for the sake of permaueut
good-will, to go a step beyoud what we believe to
be the proper measure of international obligations.
The brevity of a telegraphic despatch cannot
affect to reproduce all the heads of an elaborate
convention, and it is, Indeed, possible that some
questions that are suggested by our correspondent's
message would remain unsatisfied even if we had
the full text of the agreement between the commis
sioners before us. We are told tbat tlio contracting?
parties agree to a ruie mat -a neutral is responsible
lor depredations committed ou a friendly power by
a vessel fitted out aud mannea at a neutral port."
AVe can have no doubt that it is for the beuetit of
all the family of nations that ueutrals should pre
vent their ports being made the liases of ho tile ex
peditions undertake n in the interest of one belll
gereut against another. If, however, tho prlaulple
is established, ibe actual Investigation of the seve
ral Alabama claims Is to be remitted to a commis
sion tif five.
There thus seems a fair chance Tthat within a
reasonaWy short time this trouclnoun (juration
will be definitely settled, 'ilie temper or tne
Senate Is, perhaps, the most doubtful clorieutiu
the caae. li, as we may conuiouuy nop. uiu
powers invited to nominate members or lue aroi.
trailmr commission accept tnis duty, the
commission, constituted of tht-ir nominees,
and the nomtues or cue two p-iuci-P1h,
will' be stroug enough to construe the
iiew rule of ittteruuiimial la so lar as is ay
be nect-i-sarv for its appl cation to the Alabtina casu.
They will have the stitute before them, and as judge
and jury will Mud a verdict. If lc shou d be against
us, we muht bow to their decision; but we siiull go
li.to the arbitration liin gud heart. We have fair
grounds for conQdeuce that the honesty of our
uiump. to carry out the rule, though it was at the
time a self-imposed obligation, and not a matter of
lrjtvruaiiobal right, will be made so apparent as ti
entitle us la an acuuitiai.
IXCITEMIJJT ON LONG ISLAND.
A Man Crazy with the Sinall-pox Running
Tlirouuli the streets.
Yesterday morning ths wildest excitement
prevailed in the im ward of Long Island City,
caused by the report that a man wild with de
lirium and having the tmall-pox in its worst
form was loose in the nre:ts of the city, enter-
lue stores aud houses aud driviug thence the
occupants. It seen 8 that a Mr. Shatter, residing
in Jackieoa's avenue, between Sixth aud Seventh
streets, who Lad breu sick wita the loathsome
dicsase for the past few weeks was taken deli
rious on Tuesday evn;ar, but being noer. his
wife could not a fiord proper attendance and un
dertook to take charge ot bim Herself.
Farl yesterday morning, haviug become
much worse, he jumped from the bed, knecked
bis wife down, and leaving her in a senseless
condition, and with buipartial clothing rushed
from the "Hr.t. The erudition f his face, all
covered with sores, was suPicient to warn those
in the streets, and they all avoided him. Tkis
seemed to madden him, and he rushed into a
number of saloons, stores, and houses, the occu
pants fletiDg as be entered. At length Shaffer
was secured by main strenrlh, carried to his
tome, and securely tied to his bed. Application
was made to the Health board to provide an at
tendant, but as yet couiug has lta (Uma.
TO-DAY'S CABLE NEWS.
THE ROUGE REVOLT.
The Coup de Main.
Tort d'Issy Capitulates.
1 Masonic Delegation from Paris.
7 lie U. 3. Artillery School.
Attempt to Steal a Ship.
Presbyterian Memorial Fund.
BY ASSOCIATED PRBS3.
ExchiMvelp to The Evening Telegraph.
The Freemasons' Vlttlt to BI . Thiers.
Paris, April 30 Sunday Evening. Yesterday
witnessed a grand scene at tho Champs Elysees,
on the departure of the Freemasons on their
visit to M. Thiers. A vast crowd was collected,
when fire was suddenly opened npon them, scat
tering the people wildly. The Freemasons, un
deterred, advanced, and planted 120 flags a
flag lor every lodge represented on the ram
parts. At 6 o clock they reached the Versailllsts'
outposts, bearing a banner inscribed "Almons-
nous les uns les autre?." They were blind
folded and sent baek, with the exception of the
President and two delegates. Their mission
At 10 o'clock this morning
General Dombrowskl Warntd the Ver-
that hostilities might commence hourly. 40,000
men are now ready for fighting in the Champs
Versailles, April SO. It is stated that
D'Issy wm Occupied by the Government
The Molineanx affair was a brilliant one; 300
Communists were taken prisoners and numbers
bayoneted. General Cristey commanded. The
work of the Government is slow.
Negotiations for the Surrender of fort
Versailles, May 1. Fort d'Issy was yester
day summoned to surrender by a flag of truce
from the lines of the Versailles army. The
Communist garrison in reply asked for time for
deliberation, which was accorded. Negotiations
will recommence to-day.
Republican candidates were chosen at the
election lu Lille.
Surrender of d'Issy.
Versailles, May 110 A. M. The insurgent
garrison of Fort d'Issy this morning displayed a
flag of truce, and a party has been sent forward
from the Government lines to convey the terms
upon which the surrender of the fort will bo
A Disturbance at I-yons
yesterday, fomented by friends of the Paris
Commune, but it was readily quelled by the
Cluseret Dismissed Military Orders of the
Paris, May 1 Forenoon. General Clmeret
has been dismissed from the office of Minister
of War by the Commune, and replaced by M.
Rosiel. The Cri ou People says Cluseret was
arrested by order of the Executive Committee
with the approval of the Commune.
General La Cecilia is in command at Fort
General Dnraeiier replaces General Okolo-
wlta, who was wounded. There were cannon
ading and musketry fire at Neuilly all through
last night, but it bus now blackened.
The Journal de Pari says the Versailiista
Lave evacuated Ginnevilllers.
Lokdon, May 1. The steamship City of Bal
timore, from New York via Halifax, touched at
Queenstown on Saturday. The steamships
Parthia, from New York, and Aleppo, from
Boston, touched at Queenstown on Sunday.
The steamship Nebraska, from New York,
arrived at Liverpool yesterday. The steamships
Halle, from New York, and St. Louis, from
New Orleans, arrived at Liverpool yesterday.
This Morulug'i tuotatlous.
LrvmrooL, Way 1 10-80 A. M Cotton opened
nil j npiauds, T',7)4. ; Orleans, T,atT;d.
'His saies or uie asy sre tsumatra at m.uuo bales.
London. May 1 To-day Is a holiday on the Lon
don Stock Exchange.
This Afternoon's Cluotatlons.
Lrvmroor, Hay 1 S P. M. Corn declined ta
83 shillings fcr new No. 2 mixed. .
FROM 1J1 E STATE.
fST A8SOCIATSO PRESS
X-rcluvkely to The Evening TtUgrmmh,
Fottsvillk, May 1. The Keystone Colliery,
at Aialandf resumed work this morning with a
larger force of raea thsn previous to the suspen
sion. Hundreds of men and boys are wanting
Chicago Flour and Wheat Market.
Bpttitil litUh to The Avntn Tettfrupk.
Chicago, May LvV haat is 8irorir: No. 9 may be
qnotrd at il-Vl4-t4'i. seller May; tilt, seller
lsst half of month, aad ll'ST, ssller June. Csrn is
firm at UwMkc, casn, .asiisr May; ana 65Wi4
6Cc., stllsr June.
Flour, bbls. 4,o0 7,0')0 Ry,bus 3,W0 ....
Wh'St.bus. t4,lH0 CO.OOS (!, bns....V5,oou 0,000
Com, bus..l"A0W l7,uoo Bsrley, bus.. &,uw l,oaO
Baltimore Produce Market.
BALTIUOKI. My L Oetton quiet and nsmlanl;
middling upland, 14V14'vo ; low middllur,
iSSs. lloar quiet ana sieaay. wueat nruxrana
mote active; prlrva V choice red, l-7lii; oau
and lndiaua, ll'Mial'SO; other grsdos uacbsncel.
torn steady; yeljQW Southern at 7& T7o. ; uiiiel
Wntern at "2.474c. Osis active at d44c. ye
Mfeuiisally tc.(4it. Mess Porn firmer at ijl 60.
bacon active and advancing ; s&oaldsrs, Sc.; rib
sides, loc. ; clear rib, W s c ; hum, initio. Lard
quiet at 126. Whisky cxui and atogk scarce at
bt associated press. I
Exchuivdy to The Kveniiuf Teltfrraph.
Attempt to Kill.
Nkw York, May 1. Hugh Blossom fired
three shots at a butcher, named McGolanck, ia
the midst of a large crowd in front of the Tombs
Police Court, a second attempt within two
weeks to kill McGolacck, who it is alleged
seduced Blossom's daughter, and attempted to
force her to take Pari? green.
Prrslyterlan Memorial Fund.
Nkw York, May 1. William E. Dodge,
treasurer of the Presbyterian Memorial Fund,
rtated at a public meeting last evening that the
whole amount of five million dollars would be
made up before the next meeting of the General
Assembly, and that dnring the present month
nearly a million dollars would be raised in this
Insurance Company Goes Into Liquidation
The Americau Tontine Life Insurance Com
pany will go into voluntary liquidation by order
of a vote of the directors.
Singular Scene at a Funeral.
Dur ing the funeral services of John T. Dick
inson, the well-known sporting man, at Wil
liamsburg, yesterday, the Rev. Mr. Johnson,
while oflii'iating, alluded in severe terms to the
life of tbe deceased, upon which Dickinson's
sister arose and in an excited manner com
manded Johnson to stop bis remarks, as they
were aliogethcr uncalled for and Inappropriate.
The affair created a great sensation in the
church. Mr. Johnson apologized and sal down.
Attempt to Steal a Ship.
An nttempt was made about 2 o'clock on Sun
day morning, by a party of Morgan & Co.'s em
ployes, to cut loose from a pier in the East river
the ship William Tapscott, concerning which
the firm is in litigation with Tapscott & Co. The
United States deputies in charge of the ship re
sisted the attack aud, with tbe assistance of the
police, finally drove off the assailants. Twenty
or thirty pistol 6hots were exchanged, but no
Nfw York, May 1. Arrived.'stcamer Henry
Cbauiuey irom Aspinwall, and steamer Algeria
FROM FORTKhSS MONROE.
BY. ASSOCIATED TRESS.
Executively to The Ermina TeleyrapK.
The Artillery School Graduating Cere
Fortrffp Monuok, Va., May 1 The graduating
ceremonies of the artillery School, United States
army, for the ciuss or is. l, took place here last even-
li aud were witnessed by a large concourse of
(if iirrat Carrv. the rnmrunndant of the school. "
tilliuted the diplomas, callina ui. io oiuceis in the
orl.r iu whiuii uie) iikj gmuiiAieii, via.;
Firm Llcofenaiir. Q. F. iiurstow. 3d Artillery, Bre
vet Major; Second LleiiXfiiaut J. M. CaliiT, 3d Ar
tlllerv: First Lieutenant J. lirecklnnire. id Artil
lery, lirevet Major; First Lteureutmt J. W. Mac
Murrny, 1st Artillery, Brevet Major; Second Lieii
tem.nt C. W. Hoiilrs, 3d Artillery, Brevet Oaptaln;
becoiul Lieutfuarit S. v. 'laylor, th Artillery,
tecond LUuten'iut W. P. Van Mess. 1st Ar Ulery;
Second l.leutenaut Win. Stautui, d Artillery, Se
cond LietiH-nant Oe ro K. Mh Artillery;
Second Lieutenant J. Isicourt Kawyer, nth Artillery ;
First Lieutenant J. It. Kelley, 3d Artillery, Brevet
Iii a lor: Second l.li'Uteua'it Nnu Wolfe, 2d Artillery ;
Fust l ieutt-ntinr, W. V. Stewart, 4th Artlllary ; First
LtntcuautU. V. Weir, Mh Artillery, Brevet Captain;
Second L'cutcunt It. li. ratterson, 1st Artillery.
Of the ('lacs of noii-caiiimls.Hloiied officers aud prl-
vatt s. thru' ptond tirst on the ilsf, and were awarded
prizes: Hrst, cerpor.il F. J. Von Kntkowskl; se
cond, rrivate li. l1. blocking ; ana iinru, corporal j.
New York Produce Market.
Kiw Vokk, May 1. Cotton dull; sales 1000 bales
uplands at 4; Orleans at lsc. Flour a sha-le
firnier; fales soi l barrels State at. 5 SiKG'TS; Ohio
at fn-S0(aGF0: We-tern at S3sM7'10; Southern
at fl-6((.9. Wheat a shaie 0 unr but auiet: uew
spring ncmlnsl at, l-49i 1 r,0: winter red and amber
V efetem at f I mi l-M. Corn Urmer and stock scarce
end advanced la2e. ; sales 36,000 bushels new
nlxed Western at tSa&Oc. Oats a shade firmer;
saU s SI .000 bosheU Ohio at encaesc. Beef quiet.
Pork heavy; new Mess, tlS'25; prime, $15. Lard
Bteaay. v nasty quiet at ac.
MRS. FRANK M0R DAUNT.
She Attempts Suicide by Swallowing a
jtoic oi riui-siuguisr History.
The an est of Fanny Mordaunt on Friday evening:
on the charge of disorderly conduct, aud her at
tempt to commit suicide while imprisoned, recalls
to mind pome curh ns facts In this remarkable
woman's history. Mrs. Mordaur t Is about thirty.
three years ot age. She is a native of Waahlngtou,
at d rrsidfd In that city up to within a few months.
Her malaen name was Ronx. At the outbreak of
the war she married a Mr. Cole; this union was
brief, however, owing probably to Fanny's violent
Once released, she plunged into tne vortex of
fnehion find paycty. Among her many admirers was
CoUinrl btuart, of Washington. With this gentleman
sua nioveu in select circles, ana tneaire, concert,
and ball found her th envied of the company.
Taking advantage of her now superior station she
UMti all her powers of person aud tongue. Capri
cious, self-willed, passionately loving and hating,
her flirtation with the Colouel suddenly ceased,
sun fciic at w mpiea to commit suiciue oy taking lauda
num. ot-on thereafter llajor-Oencral Joseph C. McKlb
bon of th- t'nlted Slates Army married h-r. Gene
ral McKtnhon took her to Mobile, New Orleans, and
ottu r Southern cities, travelling in gorgeous style.
She lived with Hi Ktlilion two years, and that oflloer's
p'fcthorlc exchequer dwindled to nothing. Fortune
did not desert her, however, for they returned to
Washington, ami te round or pleasures was re
sumed. Her ttravawaoce in dress aud lire at the
hotels where she was s well fruowu s ou gve rise
to much gofHip, find another abandonment w is the
result, the Central going to Ckluugo, where he now
In the fall of 170, Frank Mordnunt. the actor.
then playing In Kpauiding's National Tliear.re. Wash
ington, married ner, and again sue revelled lu the
vortex of pleaKiire, spending h?r time in riding,
driving, and lu vlsitinsr th theatre and concert hall.
JKonlaunt came to New York, followed by Fanny.
who took up her residence In the upper part of the
city, on Friday evening lust sho chose to uncurb
fit r tOLgne to OITicer Watdiburne, of the Ninth ward
police, who refused to arrest her husband on her
charge of aau't. F'r this show of abusn and
noise she was lru:arcertdd la the Charles Street
Police MsMon. During the night she attempted sal-
clde by swallowing haifad izeu plus, having pre
viously, it is said, taken three morphine powders.
Justice Cox released ner. x. 1 . bun, to-day.
A MAN KILLED RlT HOW.
Terrible Aceldeut iu Lawrence, ICansas.
From one of our citizens who came from
Baldwin City yesterday luorulng we learn the
followiur particulars of a most singular and
lameBtable affair w hich occurred jut before he
left tbat j lace. A fanner by the name of
fcinvely. living a mile or two south of Waldwin
City, had a very uarulv, eavase iiiir. which had
pvl out of its pen. Mr. Sulvelv went to drive
the animal back again, when It flew at him with
the greatest mudnes, fought bim till It threw
him to the ground, and continued to cut him
with Its tufeks uutil the man was too weak to
resist. As soon as help could be obtained be was
taken to the house and cared for. A doctor was
summoned and the different wound dressed.
WLtn our lnformaut lett town to return home
the doctor thought that tbe loss of blood hud
Iff n so great, aua tbe wouuds so deep aud nu
merous, that he could live but a short time. It
was expected that be would die lu a few hoars.
Luu rtnat (Kan.) Ji'pu'jUcan Journal.
The French style of bettlssr is quite novel.
If the lady loses the Rives the gentleman what
the choose?; if the gentleman, loses he gives her
whatever sue aiu lor.
The Yieck of the f.leriimac.
Safety of the Crews.
A Grand IVIock Funeral.
Honors to Admiral Tegethoff.
Afternoon Cable Quotations.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
FROM jYEW ENGLAND.
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
The Wreck of the Dark Merrlmac The
Boston, May 1. The steamer Aleppo, from
Boston, arrived at Queenstown on the 30th nit.,
with the crew of the bark Merrlmac, of Boston,
the remains of which vessel were recently found
floating about below this port. The Aleppo ran
into and sunk the bark in Boston Bay on the
20th uU., but saved the crew and carried them
FROM NE W YORK.
IBT ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph.
Honors to Admiral TegcthofT.
New York. May 1 The funeral honors to Admi
ral Tegethoff took place on board the Austrian
frigate Novara this morning. The quarter-deck
was covered with a tent draped and decorated with
shields aad inscrutons, induing the legends "Heli
goland" and "Lissa." The catafalque was sur
mounted with wreaths.
The crew (five hundred men) ranged In double
file with reversed arms. Requiem mass was cele
brated by Kev. Father Oautner, two asslstan
priests assisting. 1 he music was by the ship't
band. Generals McDowell and stair. Admirals
Strinirhara and Smith, General Lee, most of the
foreign consuls, and many citizens of Austrian bins
by associated press."
Exclusively to The Evening Telegraph,
Government Vcatl neeora.
War Departuhwt, office op mm Chief Kionai.
Offickk, Washinoton, May 1-10-80 A. M. Synop
sis ror tne past twenty-rour nours: t ne raciuc ana
Rocky Mountain reports are not yet received. The
barometer has taiien steadily in tne uuir ana neavy
rains are now reported at Mobile. Small areas of
low barometer, attcuded with threatening weather
and light rains, have passed across the country In
the boutnwest, tne omo valley, anii.viiiaie states.
Fresh easterly winds have prevailed on the lakes.
The temperature Is now rising In the Southern and
Middle States and on Lakes Erie and Ontario.
There are Indications of an area of low pressure in
Indian territory ana one or nigner pressure norm or
Lakes Puron and Superior.
Pi ( labilitiee It Is probable that the weather will
remain without derided change, varying from par
tially cloudy to threatening and rainy, with heavier
rains in the Gulf states and slightly increased tem
perature on tne lakes.
The Latest Quotations.
Liverpool, May 1 4 P. M. Cotton closed dull;
uplands, 7Md. ; Orleans. TXd. Sales 10,000 bales,
including Bornr ror exnort ana speculation.
Leu don. May 16 1'. M Tallow, 438.
Aktwekp, May 1, Petroleum, 4TX f.
a Aii inTPLLiQarroa.
The New Grand Jury Judge Flulettcr'a
Court of Quarter 8enion Judge Finlctter,
The May term of the Court opened this morning.
Mr. Joseph Arrtson being appointed foreman of the
brand Jury, la delivering tho customary charge to
tne urana jury, duoge t iuieiier saia :
Gentlemen or tne u-rana J ury : I desire to ad
dress you briefly upon yoor duties and responsibili
ties. The urana inquest irom tne earnest times
has been regarded as a most Important part of our
system of criminal Jurisprudence, which, whether
regarded as tne parsac or onssnng or rree institu
tions, has preserved, against all attacks and uuder
all vicissitudes, the rights and liberty of the indi
From the people, for whose safety and prosperity
all laws should be made aud enforced, the Qrand
Jurors are selected. No criminal, however flagraut.
can be brought to trial or puutabmeut until a Grand
Jury In manner aud form has presented an accusa
tion against mm.
There is, however, a more agreeable auty. it is to
protect the innocent from the unjust accusations
ot malice and oppression, it is tne business oi the
District Attorney in proper form to place before you
tbe accusations of the Commonwealth. These are
are called "bills," or bills of Indictment.
It is vour duty to ascertain by competent testi
mony whether the facts therein contained be true
or not. Tbat they constitute In law a crime is not
for you to judge, as tr.at is the peculiar province or
the Court. Nor would it be proper for you to con
sider the hardship of any particular case, or tbe
severity or propriety or any particular uw.
In considering such bills as tho District Attorney
may present, you will be guided a oue by the evi
dence of the wltnesnes whose names aro endorsed
uuon tbem. If tbe necessity arise for hearing wit
nesKes not endorsed upon the bills, it is the duty of
the Dlsti let Attorney to apply to the Court for per-
mission to add the names of the witnesses upon the
bill, ami upen cause oeing snon, tne court wu
allow this to be done, i las is uo mere technicality.
It is the right of tbe citizen to know who it is that
ctiarges lilin with crime, ana Mho the wituesses are
to sustain tbe ascusation.
Compel no maa to vindicate himself at the bar or
public justice uuless you have faith In the Integrity
of his accusers, and are sittlsiled from the evidence
that be has vloutni the law.
Vou cauuot attach teo much lraportaace to the
secrecy vt hlch should attend your deliberations. It
will be not oiOy a violation of y ur duty aud your
oaths, but will be a high misdemeanor aud a great
public wrong, for you to speak to any oLe raveibe
District Aitoriity ana ins uuuri, or sucu matters as
von n by have In charge.
With corruption lu the Grand Jury the whole
stream of our jurlsprudeucn becomes polluted. Hut
when the louutalu is pure it sends rortu living
waters to gladden and refresh the hearts ot men.
I am sure ou will take a worthy, manly pride lu an
honest and Intelligent discharge of your duties, aud
thereby deserve mid receive the approbation of your
fellow i'itizns, for whom you are cauei upoa to
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
EvENisa Tixe.ituPH Ornoi,!
Aloadur. U-ii I. bill. I
Mncev continues abundant at all snnreea. and
is in liood demand for speculative purposes, but
the regular business wants are very small aud
easily supplied out of the ample fuuds available
- l ... I. A --!..- . - H ' l :
III IUQ VBUBB PUU 'I IUUIITI. 1 UC1S II I
steady increase in tbe supply of loanable capi
tal, whilst the demand is apparently falliusr off.
tenainir to further ease In tha lmu market
Kates continues stationary at 5tfwn per cent, on
call, aud at 6(3.7 per cent, for good commercial
uoia is excited ana ngner, ranging irom 111J
... . t fl . S.f . . . - . .
i7; ill1.;, cio&mr at in?., me Aiav irnnii,.
prcviuss ior me saie 01 oniy eii;ht niuiieus,
(.tivercment bonds ara actlva and itnnr fhm
ii , 04 s, aua oos ueing quoted interest It.
Ktork were dull but stead v. Rl tt f'liw A
at Heading. lUilroad was Inn at about
MJ, without sales. I'euEsylvanla was alt una
at but without sales. Camden and Am boy
soiu at Auneuui at Mkia
Valley at Ct.V.and a small lot of Catawissa
preferred at 48x.
In Canals the only sales were of Lehigh at
The balance of the list was quiet, with the
exception of Hestonville, which was in vigorous
demand at 2lCa U, with large sales.
The Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company announces that the stockholders have
the privilege of subscribing for new stock of
the company at par, in the proportion of one
share for every six now held by them.
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES;
Reported by De Haven at Bro.. No. 40 8. Third street.
lloo City 6s. New.loiv
68shLeh V R....
800 sh La N.S54I.
41 sh MinehUL.
800 do b0.
1200 do. prior to '62.102 v
1 sh Mlnehill R. . M
8ft sh Cam &Am..l2e;tf
ICO do 030.1014
10 do 126
leo do 080.126
1 en Penna R.
119 ao 12s
50 sh N Cent...... 43
I10O0O CA A R bds 87
109 sh fsana RM, ei
100 do b0. tAK
too sh Read s60. 55
800 do ....b8'J. 65V
8sh Cata Prt.... 41
t'ifOO Pa 6s, 8se 109
$2600 city sa, New.iogjf
SOOBhOCA AH.... (33 Ai
100 do . ...b60. rv
12 sh LehValR.... 61;
HSBSRS. Di haven a.
Brotbkb, No. 40 8. Third
Street,Phi;adeiphla, report the following quotations :
Tf ,8.of l881 H7miitv: do. 1S68, novut;
do. 1964, ll()Vi(nt ; da 1868, 110'iOlll 5 do. 1885,
new. 113 am; do.;m6T, do. Ii30ii3t'; do. lees,
do. li3Hni ; HMOs, loaswioor D. s. so Yeai
per cenu Currency, Ii&aiibv; Bold, inv
BUver, 106,(109: linion Paciflo Railroad
1st Mort. Bonds. t9J!(a!0: Central Palfln Woir.
road lovloo4 ; Union Paclflo Land.Grant Bonda,
Narb si Lidnir. Brokers, report tnu morning
gold qnotaUoai as follows
10-00 A. M llOVilt-OT A. M.
10-03 110!ll-l " .
10-29 " HOW U-20 .
10-80 " 110',' ll-r30 .
10-88 HOW 11-4T .
Philadelphia Trade Report.
MOKDIY, fcay 1. The Flour market la without im
provement, the demand being limited to the wants
of the home consumers, whose purchases foot up
600 or COO barrels, including superfine at $5 230-50 ;
cAMna ui f.-riowo; vv mconsin extra iamiiy at i:
Minnesota do. do. at $7i7-; Pennsylvania do. do.
at ia&oT: Indiana and Ohio do. do. at 17-237-76;
and faLcy brands at f s9, as l quality. Rye Floor
may be quoted at f5 Ms&'62j6 la Corn Meal
The Wheat market Is exceedingly flat and nrtcen
have a downward tennency. tiales of 400 bushels
Ohio red t 1165; lOuO bushels Indiana at 1160; 400
bushels Pennsylvania red at 11-41; and 400 bushels
Western amber at l-60. Rye is Arm at SM0311S
for Pennsylvania. Corn Is held with much cond
olence; sales of yellow at 76a, aud 6oeo bushels
Western mixed at 7475c. Oats are in fair request,
and 8000 bushels Peuasylvsnia and Western sold at
64i65c. In Barley and Malt no sales were reported.
uun-iu me Hunuuue oi sales WB 00010 MO. 1
Quercitron at f30 per ton.
Seeds Cloverseed meets with a limited lnrrulrr at
Tj84'c. per lb. Timothy Is nominal. Flaxseed
sei's at iz-uo(gz'iu.
Whlxkv is scarce and commands SSo. for VtVut.prn
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
Monday, Hay L The market for Beef Cattle was
again dull te-day, and on choice grades we reduce
oar quotations. Sales of choice at 89xc, fair to
good at 6(7)f, and common at 4$6c. per lb. gross
Receipts 2000 head. The following are the parttcu
lars of the sales: ' , .
4& John McArale, Western, 7sv'.
83 Owen Bmitn. Western. 7 Vuisw.
' 40 R. Maynes, Western, 7J(a.
16 a. cnristy, western, tiw.
18 Jas. Christy, Western, 7jc8.
. 80 Dengler & McCleeae, Lancaster, CO., TVa7V.
65 P. MeFlllen, .western, 7J4(b. . ,
17 B. F. McKUlen, Lancaster co.. 7V3T. 1 I
100 Jas. Mcrtllen, Jr., Western, 7X8.
76 Ph. Hathaway, Lancaster CO., 7(gS.
75 James . Kirk, Lancaster CO., 7 V(48 V.
60 K. S. McKlllen. S"cstern,
100 Mooney, Miller Jk Co., Westera, 7V(i$85tf
170 Martru, Fuller & Co., Western, 7iri8.
180 M. Ulluiau, Western, 78.
' 63 D. Smyth A Bro., Western, 78)tf.
72 D. Smyth, Western,
It Mooney A Bro., Western, lio&V
70 Gus. Schamberg, Westrn, 7.W(9l
19 U. Chain, Pennsylvania, 7V3'.
85 H. Chain, Jr., W estcrn, bX&lfa
t5 L. Frank, Western, 6(48.
80 II. Blum, Chester co., 7.
40 J. Klcorn, Penusylvauia, 139.
88 Hope A Levi, Western and Virginia, T.V8.
Cows and Calves were dull, and the offerings,
though light, were in excess of the demand; we
quote at H-XTO. Receipts, 150 head.
The inquiry for Sheep has subsided somewhat, but
prices are wlthont change, Sales of wool led at 7
&y,c. aad clipped at Btic. y lb., gross and stock,
lbtio f2 y head.
Hogs were quite active In the early part of the
week at I9(9-75 for corn-fed, but towards the close
prices declined under the Influence of liberal arri
vals; we quote at fs-25(d9,and slop at 178. Re
ceipts, 8&9S head.
LATEST SIHPriNfJ INTELLIGENCE.
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA MAY
STaTB OF TQBRUOUXTBB AT TUB BVKNINO TBLB0BAFH
8 A. M 63 1 11 A. Ill 69 1 1 P. M...7
6- o Moon Skts
0-64 UlOH WATER....
CLBARED THIS MOHNINU.
StT Beverly, Fierce, Kew York, W. P. Clyde h Co.
Bark Alice Roy, Douglas, Bremen, L. Westergaar
Brig Rifleman, Lobb, Buyout, do.
Tug Thomas Jefferson, Allen, Baltimore, with a tow
of barges, W. P. Clyde fc Co.
Tug Chesapeake, Merrlhew, Baltimore, with a tow
of barges, W. P. Clyde Co.
Br Brig C. V. Williams, for Sagua, was cleared
on Saturday by Messrs. Isaac Hough A Morris not
as before reported. ,
ARRIVED THIS MORNING.
Steamship Virginia, Hunt- r, 70 hours from Charles.
ton, with mdse. to W. P. Clyde A Co. Passed two
ships, four barks, one barkeutlne- ? Jut brigs la
the I'sv and river, bound up.
Steamer Regulator, Freeoian, 84 hours from New
York, with mdse. to John F. OUl.
Steamer Jas. 8. Green, Ctrr, from Richmond via
Norfolk, with mdse. aud paaseugers to W. P. Clyde
Steamer Ann Eliza. Richards, 84 hours from New
York, with mdse. to W. P. Clyde A Ce.
Steamer E. C. Blddle, McCue, 24 hours from New
York, with mdse. to W. p. Clyde A Co.
Steamer H. L. tiaw, Her, 13 hours from Bald
more, with mdse. aud passengers to A. Groves, Jr.
ScbrArgo, Taylor, Irom Norfolk, with lumber to
T. P. Gslvlu A Co.
Schr A. Hammond, Paine, from Boston.
Tugs Joe Johnson, Ingraliani ; G. B, Hatchings,
Barman; and Fairy Queen, Wlison, from Baltimore
w ith to its of barges tu W. P. Clyde A Co.
Steamer Centipede, Wiliettu, sailed from Sails,
bury Point 6 A. 11. to-day, for Philadelphia.
Correspondence of The Evening Telegraph.
KAHTON fc McMAUON'S BULLETIN.
Nbw Yokx Okkics, April 80. The following
baiges leave to-night, for Baltimore, light:
H. Uummell, w. B. Shaw, Nicholas Chllds, Enter,
prise, Board of Trade. Hamlet, John Van Burenv
Velocipede, Bordwell, KUduiT, Harvest Moon, and
W. T. Blessing.
E. B. Brooke aud W. J. Forward, with ore, for
Baltimobb Branch Officb, April 80 The fol
low tig barges leave lu tow tc-ulght, eastward :
F. 11. Oakea, James Scrikner. Thomas Herblne,'
Diligent, .1. L. PoBt, llevrite, S B. Pomeroy, Rudolf
Latesne Karly, Black Diamond, and Harvest Queen!
ail with coal for New York.
Girtord Waver, with corn, for New fork.
Puii.ADBLrHiA Bkaxch Officb, May 1. Weather.
Bsronster ytsterdsy (Sunday) receding slowlv
tfppe d at 29 12-VS. ' '
6 a. li., tnis May l, barometer rose to 81 19-20, in.
dicat fig a tterm swou. L. S. C.
Special DtepaU h to The Evening TelegrapK
HAVaa-j.k-GKAtB, May L The following boat
leave lu tow to-day: " -v
Colonel J. Rebr ar d Colonel a. S. Past, with lumV
ber toSsylor, Day a. Mone.
B. D. Seller, with lumber to Taylor k Betts.
Ilia, with lua.ber to Niirxross. Sheets.
wiuiaui louug, with fumber, for Peua sGrcve.
a. jutuaivuvn, wiui vvkl to V, ii. UuJ