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TELEGRAMS. RHot1-A ,p(;ifiIy Tor the Ku.T J,AKr. Ur.lMJi y Hititern Ui.i'jrj T ol':(;rajjh. LIGHTNING FLASHES. Rome will act in accord with Italy. Belgium has 10,000 men in position. The English home force is only C0,-000. C0,-000. The Nathans murder remains a mystery. mys-tery. Five millions of gold are to be sold in August. There is great activity in preparing Antwerp for defense. The Prussians have been mining the banks of the Rhine. It is reported that England intends to occupy Antwerp. The French troops will not evacuate Rome until September. Seventy two miles of the West India Cablo had been laid on .Saturday. There is reported a convention between be-tween France and Italy for the protection protec-tion of the Pope's independence. The pa pal government has boon formally for-mally notili'd lhat tin; concordat between be-tween Austria and lioinf is suppressed. I'n.cfin received th'' freedom of London on Saturday. The English (.'overrun' m has forbidden forbid-den the demons! ral ion al Limerick in favor of France. Amtria is abi in to tell lire Pope that th'- ecnei'Kl.M i- no I'lrv'-rbiii'ling The Birmingham Gazette hints that the Irish affection for Frauce is nourished nour-ished by French gold. Austrian neutrality is being compromised compro-mised by the King of Hanover. An English officer in the British service has been killed in a skirmish aiding the Prussians. Bismarck takes the field at the head of his regiment of cuirassiers, leaving Herr Thiele in charge of the foreign office. Captain Louetz, the inventor of the famous French metrailleuse arm, has gone to the front to inspect the weapons. weap-ons. The French government has resolved to form six new battalions of national guards. ; A St. Louis firm has received an order for 50,000, tons of hay far the French army." Fighting between the French and Prussia has seriously commenced. A German banker has been arrested in Paris; and three Prussian spies have also been captured. The French government arsenals are turning out 50,000 chassepots a week. No restrictions will be placed on the French press against publishing accomplished accom-plished facts. French priests have been arrested on the German border accused of sending send-ing plans of the fortresses to the enemy. en-emy. A portion of the round house of the Northern railroad, N. EL, was burned on Sunday. Three engines were badly damaged. Loss, $80,000. A man named McLaughlin was at tacked in New York and 6tabbed five times with an old bayonet on Sunday. There were a couple of women mixed up in the affair. The brig Cairo, laden with sugar, has run into Perth Amboy, in defiance of the quarantine regulations, and is in the hands of the officers. Four hundred extra men were engaged en-gaged in the Brooklyn navy yard yesterday. yes-terday. The French war office had received no news of any important engagement up to Saturday evening. The French press, irrespective of politics, praise the Emperor's address to the people. I The New York German patriotic aid society sent six surgeons to assist the Prussian wounded. Pike's Hall, Cincinnati, has been secured for holding the next capitol-ruoving capitol-ruoving convention, which meets October 25th. The annual tobacco fair commences in Cin-innati to-morrow; $5,000 will be distributed in premiums. It is announced that an amnesty is granted by Queen Victoria, to all concerned con-cerned in the lied River rebellion. Col. Thomas Dickens of Memphis, Tennessee, was shot and killed on Saturday, being the tenth person killed in that city in a family feud, known as the Dickens Bolton vendetta. The Alaska Commercial Company have got the lease for taking fur seals on the Islands of St. Paul and St. George for -0 years. France says Beneditti wrote the secret treaty from Bismarck's dictation, dicta-tion, but it was promptly declined by the Emperor. A sewer at Newark, N. J., in course of construction caved in on Saturday, and buried three laborers. Napoleon assumed personal command com-mand of the French army on Saturday. Satur-day. The health of the army is good. General Kanselor, of the war department, depart-ment, Piome, proposes the fortification of that city. It is believed the Prussians will cross the Rhine from Baden into France near Huuengue two miles below Bazel. The Illiiruis 8th district republican convention adjourned until to-day, having balloted 122 times without a choice or changing a vote. Tire excitement in London over Eng land's position continues, and the policy of the government is denounced. It is believed the English govern ment will introduce a supplementary war budget. The French attacked Saarbrueken on Saturday in force, but were repulsed. No details It. is expected that England will ask Rusia to join her in puttiug an army in Belgium 'to protect that country. The English government, yielding to the popular voice, will tell France and Prussia that the explanations concerning concern-ing the secret treaty are unsatisfactory. ''Kirk's lambs" are committing the grossest outrages on law-abiding citizens citi-zens in North Carolina. Lie is sustained sus-tained by the Governor of the State The chief justice is moving promptly in the matter. Mobile had a storm on Saturday which unroofed houses, t ire up trees, drove steamboats ashore and forced a dry dock eight miles tip the river. Damage $200,000. No lives lost. BloomiriL'ton, III., had a big lire on Friday night, which burned a !ivery stable with twenty three horses and mules, a laryo number of carriages, and a wagon factory adjoining. The French say the skirmish of the 20th showed the superiority of the chassepots over the needle guns. The Prussians fired at, H00 meters, and their balls lell a hundred meters short. The French fired at the same range and some Prussians were killed. A ma-s meeting nt Cologne, adopted an address lo I he American Germans, which concludes I bus : "Vou are still one with the lailierland. Awaken your entbii' iasm iig-iinst. ( '.'o-ari' in, which lias extended lo Mexico, which protects the land of revolution, and wlii, b aliack the dories of the Khine laDd. For your love and encouragement encourage-ment we extend our hands. Vive Germany Ger-many ! our common mother ; vive America! bright daughter of liberty !" LAST NIGHrSFLASHES. London news says it is certain England Eng-land will delend Belgium. Sweden is arming and will act with Denmark. A French squadron is cruising off Thuso, Scotland. The Pope has relieved Gen. Dumont, Commander of the French forces. The King of Prussia has granted a full amuesty for political offenses. A detachment of the French army left Rome on Sunday for Marseilles. News from Berlin says the report of the fight at Saarbrueken is confirmed. The Chicago ladies are forming a Prussian sanitary society. A committee of the Michigan legislature legis-lature recommend amendments to the fctate constitution. A German farmer, of Ohio, shot, and it is believed mortally wounded, his son who had interfered in a quarrel between be-tween his father and mother. An agent of the French humanitarian humanitar-ian Society has gone to south west Missouri, to hunt a location for 2,000 French families. Discourses were delivered on Sunday in several New York Catholic churches, in favor of infallibility. During the war no person will be permitted to enter or leave France without a passport - Secretary Fish has been so notified officially. French citizens expelled from Baden were subjected to outrageous treatment, and had to be hid from the populace. The Ch'eteo Scandinavians have called a m 3eiiug to express sympathy with France. Austria is making formidable military mili-tary preparations, fearing a violation of her neutrality by Bismarck. The Chambers of Ilungary have voted an extraordinary credit for organizing or-ganizing the army corps. Mr. Nathan's fuueial wis attended by over five thou-and persons, including includ-ing leading members of the Israelites in New York. . . The Prussians, as well as the French, expect the war to be a long and terrible ter-rible one. Fifteen ship's lad.m with stone are in the Elbe and are to be sunk on tlie approach of tlie French fleet. Conkling, of New York, is reported working for the nomination of Wm II. Seward tor governor. The Prussians have destroyed the railroad at Bit.-ehe to prevent the sudden sud-den concentration of the French. Later reports from Rome say the French commander there has received orders to concentrate his men ready to embark at a moment's notice. A Belgian army of observation occupies oc-cupies the line between Liege and Aux la Cheve. The Hungarian diet has authorized an extra credit of five millions for defence and the calling out of next year's contingent. The French Mediterranean fleet is at Brest and will go north immediately to join the Baltic fleet. The Louisville eleetiou for county officers was held yesterday and was very quiet. The negroes polled a large vote. Several of them wore arrested for repeating. King William on leaving for the army issued a manifesto in which he said he was going to fight for the honor of Germany, and called ou the whole nation to rise as one man. A Paris dispatch to London, on Sunday nit;ht, reported the Emperor's head-quarters at Stavolt, near the frontier, which would indicate a general gener-al engagement close at hand. Tbc Paris Lilnrte opposes the suggested sug-gested occupancy of Belgium by an English arm-, as it would disgust Belgium, Bel-gium, offend 1 'ranee, and bring Russia and Austria into the war.