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BRANT'S NEW MOVEMENT.
Lis excellent position.
fCnpturo ofCUcMiernl Cutler.
ATTEMPTED ESCAPE OF OOL WALKEB.
Hcportcd Rebel Victory in the
lATT-tVCIC OPS 3IOIJUL.I3.
REPORTED RETREAT OF
AFFAIRS IN EAST TENNESSEE.
1 P. SWISS PTBATBOIO MOVEMENT VPON TUB
T. BLHOB BAILHOAD T11E VMOMHTS HOLPINO
Trvm the Peteretwg Bipreii, Augutt 20.
Tbe Southern Railroad haa become historteully
famous. Already three or fuar Important battle
hare been fought upon It, and the fame number
of victories achieved by our arms for in every
engagement we have been victorious although
we have not yet succeeded iu dispossessing the
V enemy oi the position which he occupies on It.
TLI. 111 1. . J.... . I n t
um put m uuuv, liun c ci iu uuu time. A
-Fonsiderable step towards it was taken on Thurs
day, by General Hill, who, by a skilful and in
trepid movcmcnt.threw himself upon Uie Federal
line at Reams' and gained a decided victory,
compelling the enemy to fail back several miles,
to bis main line of brouBtworki at theYello
Tavern, capturing upwards of a thousand prison
ers, seven stands of colors, and nine splendid
pieces of artillery, besides numerous other spoils
General Bill has now possession of the enemy's
breastworks at Ream's, and will doubtless turn
them to excellent account.
Wo rather think that Grant wilt find bis bril
liant strategic movement upon the Weldon Rail
road a source ot worse, trouble to nun than any
tie nas made yet in his long, curious, ana circuit-
one march fremtho Rupidau to this thoroughfare.
It bus certainly increased the distance between
Ms army and Richmond and put him no ne irer
Petersburg. How, then, he can bavo improved
the prospect of capturing eiiher of these places,
as he and tne "letter writers - would nave the
people ofthe North to believe, is unintelligible to
us. . It strikes us tout he has only placed himself
in a position which exposes him to worse blows
than be could have received it ha had not so ex
tended bis lines. lie has bad so far a very rough
and discouraging experience of the advantages of
hi new acquisition.
He has lost iu killed, wounded, anl prisoners
on the Weldon road, since he first commenced
operations against it, at least fifteen thousand
tntn, a far heavier loss than any he has sustained
at any other point on the south side of James
river. We are therefore at a loss to conceive how
. he or the Northern press can pretend to claim
that in occupying this road he is at all nearer the
attainment of the end of his labors than ho wns
before. General Lee is no doubt perfectly satis
fied with the movement, and will take good care
that It shall bring forth its legitimate fruits, as
Tar as bis agency is concerned.
Any one to read the Yankee newspaper upon
this feat of Grunt's would snppose that he had as
good as captured both Petersburg and Richmond.
Ldltors and correspondents are in us grout a glue
as if the Rebellion were actually and totally
crushed out, and not a ghost of a chance for
another kick remained to show that it had a par
ticle of life. Iiut this is no new thing with the
Northern people. Xbey have a hundred times in
the lust thieo years gne into a paroxysm of joy
over just such military achievements as this
boasted one of Grant's.
They have a hundred times in a similar deli
rium cried out that the struggle was virtually
over and the Union restored. They seem to de
light in these extraordinary delusions aud to
revel in anticipations which they know will never
be realized. They learn nothing from experi
ence ; they profit nothing from the past. All their
existence seems to be centered In the) immediate
present. They spend not a thought upon the
future. Tbey give themselves wholly up to sen
sational extravagance, inspired by current ru
mors, telegrams, and other exciting causes, how
till BATTLE AT BEAM'S CAPTfKB OP nHlOADIBn
IOENXBAL CUTLER ANOTHER UNION BUD, BIO.
From the Richmond Examiner, Augutt 1ft).
I'ETBUSHtiua, August 26. The affair on the
Weldon railroad yesterday was a very gallant
One anil successful in its results.
While the enemy's cavalry, under General
Spear, weie engaged in tearing up the track,
several miles beyond Reams', General Hampton
attacked and forced them back benind their in
General Hampton then dismounted his men
and fought their lulautiy, gradually out sicauiiy
pushing: them back until they rachei their
strong works, one mile this side of Reams', cap
turins about eiuht hundied prisoner.
At five o'clock in the afternoon General Kill
attacked the enemy's works, and alter a short
but sharp tight, took them, capturing a large
nnmlar of nrieoncr and nine nieces ol artillery
The enemy fled in great contusion. Colonel
Pegram, of Richmond, turned the captured guua
upon the enemy with grea', eilcct.
The number oi prisoners will probably reach
twenty-five hundred. Brigadier-General Catler
was captured. The pris oners lieloug to II in
cock's corns, and have hei n biotiititt to town.
There was couaiderab firing down the road
to-day, hut no heavy fifhting.
Our cavalry acted wiib, conspicuous gallantry
- -J i' HKVOHTED INION .UI. . .
Ttum the Richmond i:rattinfr, Awnut 'J:i.
bon e country people, who moved up to the city
from the Yoik Peninsula in a nurrv yesterday
morning, brought the leport that the Yankee
ruvalry were luudii.ir In force at the While
House, intent mum a raid.
We have uu hemic official Information which
explains the n.at'cr. Yesterday morning a des
. patch was recuived from lirigndior-Genenil Giry,
that "a large Iran-port, with two hundred of the
enemv's cavalry, i rrived at Hie White House last
Saturday nigU. The cavalry Iuq led aud drove
iu our pickets."
Houblhsa this was only a marauding party,
and they iirohu'ily lett immediately ; for the fol
lowing despatch was la-st evening recuived at
headounreers in this city :
C'Hi'Mi-'s Choss Hoaiis, August 28, lit, via
Meadow Station. Major 1. U. Chesnay, Assis
tant Adjutant General. There is no euumy at
the w bite House. usi,
- 1i.-iiti.nant Pommandinff Pickets
Tho fact Is Grant has not the cavalry to spare
In miikn nn a resuectuule raid. His army, inaacu
is no longer the huge allalr it once was. He has
oniv iue uiu pnon e, .
cock's) Corps, the StU (Uuruside's) Corps, all'
Sutler's fone at Iteriuuda Hundred, and twi
chinirv divisions : i ne under Kant, or Spear, th(
otl-er under Gregg, In all making not more than
I forty-live thousand men.
THE 8HKI.L1NO OP VBTEHent'IlO BKSfMKn.
From the FeUrtbura Evprett, Augutt .
The enemy again opened his battortes upon the
rltv on KnuJuv moininir. aeain ill tho afternoon
and for the third time at night. At times the
shelling was very sovore.and several h iuses wuro
ulrliek and more or less iniureJ. The enemy finds
much gratification, no doubt. In destroying private
property and killing non-comnataui-s, as tuis is an
they do by shelling the city.
'. TUB t'NlOH rBISONE--NAIK8 OS OKFlOBIUi
rratntlrtPettrehurg Etyreti, Augu"
Bo far two thousand and thirty prisoners, cap
" tared in the battle of Thursday near Rea'us'
fciailon, have been registered at the Provost Mar
. ehal'a office. They were brought In on Friday
' afternoon and Saturday morning. Among them
are about eighty non-commissioned olllers, in
- eluding several adjutants. There were fourteen
captaius, and some hl'iy-odd lieuwnauts.
The following is a list of the principal officer!
, captured -.
Lieutenant Colonel T. A. Walker, ACtlug AdJU-tnnt-Otueral.
Miijur John Reattle. 164th New York. '.
.. M)r Johu W. liyron. KHth New York. 1
Major vuiiu uyrne, ljjth ew York.
Major Frank Williamson. 4th Now York
it is a little singular that among o many
prisoner nun prominent officers were not en;
tnr. d. it l i reliable that they ran at the first
approach of danger, and thin saved their cow-
ATTEMPTED r.SCATl OF COt.ONM. T. A. WALXEB.
Frcm I he VgriMt. g F.rpren, 4WPiritt.
Colonel T. A. Walker. Han-wk's Adintant-
Oec eral, who was captnrcdou Thursday, cicnp :d
irom the guards on 'uruay nigns, am ai
temrteil to rmch the Yankee linos. Wnilo rn
mat thither he was picked up, and was yester
day returned to his brethren on tne island. 110
is minus hat, minus coat, minus shoes, an ) minus
socks. He Is naturally a fine-looking man, but
with so much apparel missing he looks rather
rr.wvNioif omrr.BSor rEomxiscE CArtCBio.
tn the Pttrrehuro Krrtl, Augwt Di.
The fact that In the wholesale, capture of pris
etiers near Reams' Station on Thursday last hut
tew officers of prominence were taken creates
some remark. It is not believed that all the
higher grade fellows escaped, and if not they
mnt lie among the common herd, inena. It is
positively stated by several who sawtheprls-,
oiurs vnrn first taken, that 0110 among tuora
wore a strap with two stars npon his shoulder
which would Indicaio that a major or brigadier
general was capfnred.
llefore be was searched be msy have removed
Lis badge of rank, In order to keep himself un
known. And yet we can see but littlo to gain by
this act. It is alto positively stated that one
oilier r surrendered as a brigadier-general ; but
where is be ? Let them be searched out, and if
possible brought to light Hancock's Assistant
Adjntant-General, Meulcnant-Colonci T. A.
Walker, Is among the prisoners.
ANOTHER RAID ON Till MACOtt AND ATLANTA
RAII.llOAD THE RKltKLS K41TIUAT JON B BOKO
From the Petersburg Mxprtm, Auguitte.
By the Macon papers we learn that another
raid" has been made on the Macon and Atlanta
On Friday night the Yankees took possession
of JonesOoro, routing nnr troops there, and on
.Saturday morning tbey were burning the track
nor ib and sontb of the town. The rumor is that
thrv intend to hold the poitionbtl Joucalioro with
an infantry force 10 as to compel Hood to fall
The Yankee force is variously estimated at from
twelve hundred to tbrce thousand. At last
accounts tbey bad been attacked by Jackson's
Cavalry, and the fight was progressing j but no
particulars arc as yet Known.
BKl'OBTKD JtKTRBATOVSHRHMAN 1M10H ATLANTA
From the Ilichmond KxatMner, 4"fMrJ.
It was reported yestordny that ofTiclul Intelli
gence bad been received that hUormau was
retreating from Atlanta, and that Hood was
pressing liim heavily. W e are much disposed to
believe tms report, thoiign no information on the
subject has been given the press. Wheeler and
others have been plovlng such prinks In Sher
man's rear as most have rendered bis position
be tore Atlanta dangerous and extremely uncom
fortable. A1FAI11S IN BAST TENNESSEE.
From the Rirkmond Enuulrer, Augutt 19.
The Bristol Gazette, of the 2.5th, received yes-
terday, has Important news of alt'airs in F.aat
Tennessee. We copy from its columns tho fol
J. he enemy scavalry, two Hundred and seventy-
five strong, dashed into Rogersville on Sunday
last, capturing Hon. J. U. Hel-kcll, Colonel
Walker, Lieutenant Blevins and the Provost
Marshal with uiueteCa ; .i vales. After the
prisoners were formed in ! uo and placed under
guard, three of them ere shot down in
old blood ny a aescner irom our army by tne
name of Sizemore. Mr. Rogan's son, of Bristol,
was severely wounded under the same circum
stances. In the meantime the enemy had shinned artil
lery from Knoxvillo to tho vicinity of Hull's
Gap, whilst a heavy force of cavalry advanced
from that direction. On Tuesday they attacked
our forces, who fell back before superior num
bers to jonesuoro.
This is the movement which that Incarnate
fiend, Brownlow, had la anncipa lou when he
wrote editorially "that certain Hast Tennessee
regiments would soon return to the- Department
of Kasl Tcunessee, when they would exterminate
the Rebel population."
ix. 13. ue learn as we go to press that the
Yankees have advanced to within a few miles of
in another article, speaking or the condition of
1 he intelligence received every fow days from
F.ast Tennessee, represents the condition of our
people in that couutry as becoming more aud
UErOllTP.D UEIIBL VICIORY IN TUB VALLEY-
HEAVY KNClAOEHhNT AT C 11 A KJ.Ks TOWN, E1U.
From the Richmond Examiner, Augutfii.
It wos reported yesterday morning that General
F.urly bod gained another victory ui the vulley.
The report seems to have been brought by a man
who reached the city Saturday evening. His ac
count is, that General Kaily on last Tuesday
ronghttne enemy near unariestown, ana drove
them into Harper's Ferry, and that tho battle
w as very desperate, our loss having been upwards
of one thousand. Wo published the fact on
Friday that General Early had telographed that
he Had "pressed the enemy uock. to liirper s
Ferry." The skirmishing tout took place while
the enemy were being "pressed back," la no
doubt the only foundation tor the reported battle.
nherldan bos under linn a lorce or over forty
thousand men, but they are composed of the
most heterogeneous material, and there is littlo
tighliu them. At least half of them are hundred
day IT' n, who feel that they have lieen imposed
upon by being put into tho field, as they eu listed
ubon the undt rstandins: that they wore to be em
ployed only in garrison duty. Xuey told the
people oi tne vatiey inut tney nu not inteuu to
liubt: they would not mind having a bout with
"the cavalry," but, us to lighting Early they bod
no idea of it. 1 hese aukees have been as goou
as their word.
A BATTLE Foil THE 1-O-SESUlOM Ol' MOHILE BX-
H;t ti:H-lHK CO.NCEN IUATION OP TUB VNION
iV om the Mvbtte Regitier.
Tin re are soruu intelligent oiservers who be
lieve that the Yankees are massiu, an army for
a determined attack vn Mobile. With the troops
already on lati4iin I-httid and behind rort
Morgan, ana tnose lately wnnaruwn irom western
Texas, Morgaoiia, Louisiana, from A. J. Smith's
army, in tioui ol General ronvst, these gentle
men are oi tne opinion mat the enemy can gatuer
twenty-five thousand iu aid uf the lleet, lor an
uttack on our water and land lines. Our authori
ties are wisely noting upon this hypothesis, and
our present words have uu rolercnca to them. -
But it is us the question ivlatus to non-coiuba-Hints
that we present It to their consideration.
We do not mean to write auy more articles to
drive off and seaio away the women and chil
dren, ill we can belp It. But it is our duty to
state the l.icts, ho that flutters and other heads of
lumilies can act nmlerstand'ugly iu the premises.
We therefore ray that, from present appearances,
the Yankees are going to be fools enough to try
the st ren it h of their heads against our fornica
tions, anil those whose business it is not to stand
lire bud better "stand from under."
LATER FROM EUROPE.
STEAMSHIP ' BECLA." AT HALIFAX.
The Commercial Difficulties Between
Egypt and the United States
Halii ax, September 2. Tho steutnor lleela,
from Liverpool oa tho 2id, and QueeuMowu on
the 21th uf August, has arrived.
The ditficuliies between tho F.gyptlan Govern
ment and tho United States have been satisfac
Kluctioiieering riots bad occurred at Geneva,
Switzerland, but have subsided.
T lie ship i 'ruiiA .'iitcs was abandoned at soa
The frlirate Stauara had arrived in the I ague.
The British Customs had issued an order that
no ships of war, of either of the American bel
ligerents, shall be allowed to enater any Knglish
pons tor the purpose oi being uisinaaiiea ana sold
LrvEBrooL Markets, August 23. Cotton.
Sales yesterday and te-day ld.ucHl bales, including
JooO to Seculators and exporters. The market
is irregular and inactive, aud quotations are un
changed, iireadslulls firmer, xrovhuonj very
Low iion Mabkitr, August 23. Consols closed
i Kh? iii siu for money.
I,.. noon, August 24. Consols 88(89 for
American Seci'Bities. Illinois Central
bares, 4-H(H4i Pr C4Ut' disoouut) Erie shares,
41 (a 42.
Arrived from Baltimere, Amabtt at Liverpool.
Till 111) EDI TION
ALL QUIET AT PETERSBURG.
EARLY BETREATINO SLOWLY.
Disgraceful and Unmilitary
Conduct of Gen. Pago in
tho Surrender of Fort
ftprrlal to The Kvrnliig- THfR-rnph.
Washington, September 2. The mail-boat
from City Point, yesterday morning, reports all
quiet on General Grant's front. The enemy
manilests no disposition, as yet, to make any
further efforts to recover the Weldon road.
From Sheridan reliablo Information Is receive 1
that Karly Is withdrawing his forces slowly down
the valley byway of Mlddleburg and Strasuurg.
The Navy Department this morning received
Admiral Farragut's official report of the surren
der of Fort Morgan. Ho snys that most of the
gnns were spiked, and some of the gun carriages
broken, and tbat this childish demonstration on
tho part of General Page and bis officers was
made after the fort bad been surrendered, and
contrasts tho conduct of General Page with tbat
of Colonel Anderson at Fort Gaines, who, as Is
customary tn cases of capitulation, maintained
Intact the property and armament In the fort,
Many of the officers of Fort Morgan had no
swords to surrender, and of those who had, some
were broken. Farragut savs that, notwithstand
ing the Ixtast that their guns would be defended
to the last, not an effort was made to defend them
at all on the part ot the garrison, as not a shot
was fired al ter the bombardment commenced.
OFFICIAL AVA.lt tJAZBTTK.
Admiral I'nrrnurnt'N Report of the Cap
ture of t'ort Moricnu 4'onrllt Inn oft lie-
Work sunt It Hnrrloon Ite-prrtieinnlble
4 niKtiict or Jrn.rnl l'aKf. -lc.
Washington, Scptemlier 2. Tho Navy De
partment to-day received the following from
Admiral Farragut .
Fi-Aij-siiii' "IlAUTKonb," West Gulp Br.ors..
AlUNi) Sut'AiiRoN, Moiin.B Bay, August 25,
1804. Sir: I had the honor, In my despatch
No. 31, to state to tho Department that Fort
Morgan hud surrendered on the 23d ultimo to
the army and navy, though at the time that
despatch was written and mailed, the ceremony
of surrender bad not actually taken place.
CtTbe correspondence preliminary to that event
is herewith forwarded, and marked Nos. 1, 2, 3,
and 4. The Department will perceive the terms
of capitulation were the sumo as In the case of
Fort Gaines. General Page endeavored to ob
tain more favorable terms, but without success.
I regret to state tbat, after tho assembling of
the Iteliel officers at the appointed hour of 2 P.
M-, for the surrender outside ofthe fort, it was
discovered, on an examination of the Interior,
that most of the guns were spiked, many of the
gun-carriages wantonly injured, and the arms,
ammunition, and provisions, etc., destroyed, and
there was every reason to believe that this had
been done after a white flag bad been raised.
It was also discovered that General Page und
several of his otllcers had no swords to deliver up,
and further, that some of those which were sur
rendered bud been broken. Tho whole conduct
of the otllcers of Fort Gaines aud Fort Morgan
presents such a striking contrast in moral prin
ciple, that I cannot full to remark
upon It. Colonel Anderson, who commanded
tbe former, finding himself in a position per
fectly untenable, und incumbered with a super
fluous nnmlier of conscripts, many of whom
were boys, determined to surrender a fort which
he could not defend, and in this determination
wet supported by all his otllcers save one -, but from
the moment he hoisted the white flag, he scrupu
lously kept everything intact, and In tbat
condition delivered it over, whilst Genera! Page
and his otllcers, with a childish spitef illness, de
stroyed the guns which they had said they would
defend to tho last, but which they never defended
at all ; nnd threw away and broke those weapon
which tbey had not the manliness to use against
their enemies t for Fort Morgan nevcrllred a gun
after the commencement of the bombardment,
and tbe advanced picket! of our army were
actually on its glaois.
As before stated, the ceremony of surrender
took place nt 2 P. M., and that same afterno an
all the garrison were sent to New Orleans In the
United State steamers Teniueset and Uienoille,
where they arrived safely.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
D. G. Farhaoct,
Itear-Admiral Com. W. G. B. S.
Hun. Gideon Welles, Secretary of Navy,
Fort Moiioan, AuguBt 23, ISM. Reir-Ad-
miral D. G. Farragut, V. S. N., Major-Ueneral
Gordon Granger, V. S. A. Gentlemen :f be
lurtber sacrifice of life being uuueuessury, anil
my sick aud wounded sulleriug and being ex
posed, humanity demands that I ask for terms
OI CapilUlUllOU. eij iBsjivvuuii;, at..,
XI. Li. I. AUK, Jjrig.-VJCU., W. O. A.
irEADUfARTEnS TJ.MTEI1 STATES FoRCKH, Mo
BILK BAY. AtlgUSl i.l, lOO-i. 1 UUVO IIOUIIUU.
Admiral l'arrnu'ut of your desire to capitulate.
Until his arrival hostilities will be siiscnaud,
lieu your proposal will be duly considered.
Very resjiectl'ully, your obedient servant,
Maior-General V. S A., Coinui itidin ?
To Brigadier-General R. L. Pugc.coiuiuandiugat
IlEAnofARTERS C. S. FoRCIH, MoUlLB BY,
Auuust 2;). lHlit. Iiihtadier General It. L Page,
Commanding: Fort Morgan : General : In reply
to your communication of this date, received by
b'aptain Taylor, asking tor terms of capitulation,
we have to say that tbe only terms we can tuako
are - -
First. The unconditional snrrender of yourself
and the garrison oi rort .Morgan, witn an ot the
public property within its limns, aud In the same
condition as it Is now.
Second. The treatment which Is in conformity
with the custom ot tne most civnueu uuuou to
wards nrisoners of war.
Third. Piivato property with the exception of
arms will be respectea. j
P. Drayton, Captain U. S. N..
On the part of Admiral Farragut, commanding
the isuvul forces.
R. AiiNom, Drig-Gen. L S. A.
Ou the part of General Granger, commanding
United B tales lorcce.
Foht Morgan, August 23, 1864. To Captain
Tirnvton. United Mates jsavyi nrlRadier-Gene-
rul R. Arnold, United States Army, acting on the
part respectively of Admiral Farragut and Gene
ral Granger. Gentlemen : Your conditious In
tbe communication of to-day are accepted, but I
have si 1 to request mat tho terms asked In be
half of my sick be granted and iuscrted in the
i will be prepared to surrender at 2 o'clock and
to embark as soon as possible.
Respectfully, Ac., R. L. Paob,
lirigadler-General, C. S. A,
Hnrketa by Trlrerrsph.
New York Mabkbt, September 2. Flour
dne! l.V i lec.i tain ol W.OoO tibia at S-7.'s -410 HO lor
Hi.ie ; Sri (lOiaia-M lur obto; aud $11 i.'s-ult ri aoutliern.
Wisest has advanced y4lc-; saUts Kulmportaal. Oura Is
1c. littler. llli but .iikAi! lAib. llrbevy. Pork Arm
at ti bU Ml'IA tor mi. Lard lira at tiHto.
WKkrV!i r'loor, 31,00 b.li, j Whut, (0,000 nh. ; Corn,
je.u bush. ....
Nbw Yorx, September 2. Stock are weak.
(tbteam sue Be iUM,iiisvi fJuintxrian iT.fucr.a,
Mi UUDula OttiraJ, Ui Uuaula I'onua) hoa4, l;
Ntw Y uik ('.mrai, l,UtaAUiii.l;io ' . liud.c.u HJ el JJi ' i
t'.nltn CoaiSttiiy. M ; Ml.sourl t. ftf, ; rji., IKS ; On
jrar (Miittri,SiWilrt-.rr. J l-luo 'l-i. Vlyc-twsitljr
Cua4,lsVe.i tourxu . W" ' i OtaJ, .',,
INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON.
PUNISHMENT OF DISLOYAL
Eebel Deserters not to be Drafted or
Received as Substitutes.
F.tc, r.tc, rtc, r.u, Et., nt.
pertnl to The Kvrulnsr Trlrg;rnili.
Washinoton, September 2. Our troops in
Fairfax and London counties, Virginia, having
been much molested of late by bushwhackers, It
has been determined to put a stop to the annoy
ance by arresting the disloyal citUcm of the
nelgbtairhood, many of whom arc believed to lie
connected with these Rebel gangs.
Yesterday thirty-two of tne alders and abettors
of the Rebel guerillas were brought to this city,
and committed to the Old Capitol prison.
Die War Department has issued an order ex
tnipting Rebel deserters from tho draft, aud
prohibiting tbem from being received substi
tutes or recruits.
The latest news from the valley Is to the elTect
that Karly is fulling back towards Mlddletown and
The mail boat from City Point reports all
quiet in front of Petersburg. Some of the rails
ofthe Weldon railroad, pulled up by our troops,
have been put to service to iron-coat some of
HEAVY KOnitr.UY AT ItOSt'OV.
Boston, September 2. The messenger of the
Mutual Redemption Lank was robbed this morn
ing of M),ooo. '
AnjOntNMF.MT P A Virfi VEJTTION.
Bi'ffalo, September 2. Tho Sunday School
Convention adjourned last evening, after three
days' session. Tho attendance was very largo.
AnitlVAL OF TIIF. "JI JIK."
Fatiirk Point, Septombor 2. The steamship
Jura, from Liverpool, has passed this paint,
bound to Quebec. Her news Is anticipated.
Hnrkrt by Trlogrnphu
Baltimore, Septemlier 2. Flour dull; Ohio
utra SlVc-rvjA Wh.at bnmant: Wn bum. Hnutharn
ml st-M at SI 7li'-1 so. snd ih E.nn.vWanlA at t i-vA
1'7-t. tiroterti a 'lui!, wiih an upwura t.-n,ioucy. rruii-
notit OulL Vt la.ky uuu and luavv at et sti.
Rebels Occupy Murfreesboro.
APPROACH TO NASHVILLE.
A BATTLE NEAS LEBANON.
General Rousseau Drives
Enemy Three Miles.
nUlTING tOJiSTASTLI IX PROGRESS
mo.. Ktd lito., ' z2to., x-:to.
Nashville, September 1. A Rehol forco, esti
mated 10,000 strong, with twelvo guns, were
within seventeen miles of Nashville, ou tho New
Freedom pike, at daylight this morning.
Major-Geaeral Rousseau, with abodyof cavalry
and infantry, started yesterday afternoon and
met the enemy's advance early this morning.
bbarp skirmishing ensued, with varying success,
and at tbe last accounts Rousseau had driveu tho
Rebels three miles towards Murfreesboro.
A messenger from the advance reports that
Wheeler's whole force Is between this city and
Murfreesboro, and that there I a largo Rebel
force at Lebanon.
Prisoners and omo wounded have bocn sent
In from Rousseau' front
Jliivements of Kebrl Itnlilrra Wheclrr'a
Cavalry wear HI Mrfrebor Ueuerul
MnllltcMU si Prisoner.
Nasiivillb, August 30. Official nows from
Chattanooga states that Wheeler crossed tbu
leunesseo river on the 2Hth, at Klnston, moving
towards Sparta and McMlunville. Ou tho 2i)ta.
Colonel Detrill, of Wheeler's command, attacked.
Major Waters, of tbe fith 'lennessee, in command
then, who fell back to Tullaboma, where bo had
a shurp tight of three hours with a loss of 20 men
killed and missing.
Major Waters followed only a few miles. A
citizen of McMinnville says Detrill told biiu tbat
Wheeler was moving toward Nashville. Not
much credence 1 given to this, but it is expected
that Wheeler will strike the railroad between
klurfreesboro and Tullahoma. Roddy, with
3t,u0 men and nine pieces of artillery, is across
the Tennessee river, near Moulton. Hi forces
consist of two brigades, Patterson's and Johu
son's. Conscript coming in reHirt that Roddy
was stealing bis burses and getting realty to move.
He says a large number of smull boats are in
Dig Nance creek, but bi,es to cross at the shoals.
Forrest wishes Roddy to delay a tew days and
join him in an attack on Decatur. Despatches
from Gallatin report that the Rebels were fifteen
thousand strong ut Lebanon, Tenu., on the 3(lth,
and surrounded the place. Captain Rush's Laat
Tennessee Cavalry was captured and General
Mulligan. Iiut a few men escaped, who report
Nashville, August 30. Late news just come
says that part of the commands of both Forrest
and Roddy have crossed tho Tennessee river, and
are advancing towards Pulaski. The crossing
was made at Suwanna aud Tuscomba. Colonel
Nixon, of Roddy's command, was with tho ad
vance, and was enforcing a wholesale conscrip
tion on every man be met. The last despatch
to the (Juarteimaster-Geiicral from Gallatlu say
Wbieler has crossed the Cumberland. I'Mtburg
THE 1 1.K1M.A WAR IS KESTrCKY.
Loi isville, Septemlier 1. Fifteen guerillas,
under Billy McOrande, are reported to have
thrown an engine off tbe track or the Lebanon
Branch Roilroud, this afternoon, six miles from
New Haven.' They burned the express and bag
gage cars and robbed the passengers, aud loft in
the direction of Bardstown.
Jessie' gang of two nundred guerillas returned,
this morning from a raid to the Ohio river, a ad
encamped four miles from New Castle. Tbe
inhabitant of that town momentarily expected
Passengers from Nashville report that Wheeler,
Forrest, and Roddy are engaged In tearing up
the track of the Great Western Railroad, botweeu
Nashville and the Tennessee river.
The I'nion says that Romsean has made uch
disnositlon of hi force that thee Rebel com
mands cannot Injure tbe road, aud that Rousseau
has gone out to give Wheeler battle.
Arrival of tho "Kurp.
Bostoh, September 2. Th VuropaUm arrived
at this port. Her malls left for tbe eouth by the
morning train, and will be due la Philadelphia
this evening. .
RIXKIKQ OF A STEAMER-
. CA.iRO.September 1. The steamer Piatt Vallty
unk last night at Deriri isutna, near cap
Girardeau. " 1
-There t talk of establishing iu Tari oul
vernal museum of sculpture.
AIIMY OF POTOMAC.
ALL QUIET ON WEDNESDAY.
Washinotok, Septemlier 2. The latest Infor
mation from the Army of the Potomac 1 that
Wednesday passed without any changes in the
relative positions of the two armies which can bo
of any interest to the general reader. The monster
15-irrh mortar, mounted on a railroad car, has
recently been sent up the road opposite to Peters
burg, and a few shells thrown by it into the city.
The object of this wa to deter the Rebels from
firing on our pickets, and It seems to have been
FROM FORTHEN.H MOXROF..
FoiiTBiss Monroe, September 1. A schooner,
name unknown, ran tbe blockade yesterday, and
got safely Into Siullhlicld, Va.
A small force w as sent to Smithfiold yesterday,
and were ordered to make a reconnaissance; but
were met by a party uf guerillas and prevented
Tbe mail steamer John lirook ha arrived
from City Point, bringing tweuty prisoners ; but
no newt from the army.
Statb or Thermometer To-dat. Six A.
5. Noon, 77. One P. M-, 79. Wind, X. K.
Tna Draft Meetings To-Nioht. The bene
fit resulting from a thorough canvassing of the
wards of our city, in order to ascertain the number
of men that are actually due from each ward, In
accordance with the demands of tho draft, is
exemplified In the case of the Fifth Ward. At a
meeting of tbe Draft Committeo, held last eve
ning, it was reported that they had attended to
tbe duty assigned them, and had secured tbe
names of a large number ol recruits for the naval
and laud service, who had never been credited
to the ward. They also reported that by deduct
ing this number from tbe quota of the ward, '2X1,
they would be exempt from the coming draft.
We cannot too strongly impress upon our
citizens the necessity of just such action as that
reforred to above. There is not award In our
city that has not furnished some men to the naval
service, aud, as has been found the case iu somo
half dozen wards, no credit has been given for
them, and, therefore, but for the discovery the
dralt would have borne very onerously npon them.
Take, for Instance, also, the case of the
Second Ward. A thorough canvass of the Ward
has shown that credit is due for enlistments In
the navy to the number of three hundred and
twenty four men. At a recent meeting a com
mittee of the Ward Associaiiou was appointed
tn go to Washington and get the authorities tliero
to give proper credit for this number. The com
mittee returned ye erday evening, and reported
that their claim bad been presented and were
correct, but they could not ascertain the number
of men with w hich tbe ward would bo credited
as having enlisted In the navy. They expect,
however, to receive a credit of from two to three
hundred. The demand npon this ward is very
heavy ; and if but even one hundred men can be
deducted from it quota, the labors of tbe com
mittee will have been amply rewarded.
vt bile these investigations are Dronressing. onr
citizens should at the same time set to work in
good earnest to fill whatever deficit may be sup
posed to exist by recinlts. All that is wanted is
money, and the men can be easily enough ob
tained. Sulllcient time yet remains to raise tbe
requisite number of men If l'hiladelphiaus
only come forward and liberally contributo to
A mass mectlnir In relation to the draft will be
held to-night at Carroll School House, Salmon
street, uhovo Somerset, Twonty-flfth ward, and
also at the Hall, Second and Coaie streets, Ele
Bibnby'i Siiari'bhooteks. Tho regiment of
Sharpshooters now being organized in this State,
five companies of which are being raised and
credited to Philadelphia, are to be attached to
General lihney's command for (pocial service.
Tbe General saw the necessity of such an organi
sation, and intends to use them on special occa
sions, only when their services will prove most
etleciive. Major Moore, an old veterau of the
Army of the Potomac, was sent on to superin
tend recruiting lor tne regiment, ana thus tar
bus achieved great success. The regiment is
rapidly filling, although the five companies form
ing outside of the city will be complete long
liefoie those that are being recruited here. Phila
delphia owes it to bersclf that these companies
should be nnou at tne same tune as tne outers.
Iu Older tbat the regiineut mav not be delaved in
it march to the seat of war. 1 he birney Sharp
shooters will no doubt soon gain for themselves a
reputation as widespread and familiar as the
gallant "llucklails" or the lierdan Sh irpsnoulers.
Lost. The "Record of Honor," the book In
which at the magnificent Central Fair was en
rolled the names of those who bad performed
some deed of valor or mercy for their country,
or it bravo defenders, ha been lost. The
Record" wa to have been deposited in the
Philadelphia Library for inspection, but never
reached there. Many of the names contained in
this book were those of dead herons, brave sol
diers who had given their live for their country'
sake, and iu return found unknown graves, aud
of who'e deeds there remains no record, save iu
the heart that mourn their loss. Many availed
themselves of this "Record of Honor" as a means
of perpetuating the name and service of their
Acxnowlrhoment. In response to the gift of
the Central Fair Camp Chest donated by the Good-
Intent Engine Company, to Major-General
Birney, that officer in a letter says; "I bavo
received this very elegant present, and fully ap
preciate the pairloti-m of the Fire Department In
presenting to tbe Fair such an elegant atfalr, and,
although perhaps rather luxurious for a soldier
In the uelii, 1 Know niy.vroops win near wini
nie in its use, knowing that it la the result ot
their own gallantry and valor In bringing my
unme as a general officer before my fellow
citizens." Aitkmi'Tkd Highway RounEUY. Last even
ing, as Mr. O. B. Heilig, or this city, was walking
along tbe Flourtown pike, at Chesnut Hill, he
was approached by somo villain, who brought
him to a halt and demanded his money or his
life. Mr. llelliir coolly drew bis revolver und
told tbe rascal be could have neither. The foiled
robber beat a hasty retreat.
State Cknthal Committee. Ate meeting of
the State Central Committee, held yesterday
afternoon, Hon. Henry J. Raymond, of tho
National Committee, made an address urging
upon tbe Committee the necessity for a vigorous
campaign In Octotier, in order to carry Pennsyl
vania. Another mooting will be hold this after
noon. Tho Grand Ratification Meeting will pro
bably come off on the loth lust.
Eiohtu Ward Nominations. The following
nomination have been made In the Eighth
Ward : Common Council, Alexander J. Thorpe ;
Aldermen, John Swift, William Ogle; School
Directors. Charles S. WurU. M. D.. William U.
Jackson, Alexander Colesbury ; for the unexpired
term of Philip Dougherty, Benjamin Kendal;
Con-tables, William Hiukle, Robert It Suiuu.
Nomi.n ation. The Union men ofthe Twenty
econd Ward nave placed in nomination the
Common Council F.nocb Taylor.
School Directors John Riitenhouse, Charles
F.. Iddl, Siienccr Robert, Joseph H. Hill.
Constable John Waterhouso.
Found Duow ned. A colored man, a tailor,
named Eugene Barrett, wa found drowned at
the foot of Washington street wharf, yesterday.
Barrett, it appears, jumped from a gunboat off
tbe Navy Yard with the lutention or duserting,
but, from some unknown cause, met watery
Dedication. The dedication of the Union
Mission Cbapel, at Haverford road and Logan
streets, Tweuty fourtk Ward, will take place ou
AuscoNDED. Two lads, aged 10 year each,
who bad absconded from the Glrard College,
were arrested yesterday at Marshall street aui
Leas or a Thiatbe. The Keystone Club
have leased tbe Continental Theatre for the pur
pose of holding politic! meetings thereat during
the campaign. .
RitRviTiNO-Thl morning warrant wtre
drawn for the payment of city bounty for forty
five men, eveu of wUout were ubumu.
Collisioh nd Accident. Thl morn inf. i
about quarter-past 6 o'clock, one of the looornc
tive on tbo Pennsylvania railroad mu Into an
Ice-cart, at Twenty-second and Washington
streets. Tbe wagon wa demotl-hed, one mule
killed, ai d the driver serlou-lv Injured. A boy
named Jnmcs Taylor, aged eleven years, who
wa In the wagon at the time, hail bis arm fron
Inred and his bead severely injured. He waa
Conveyed to the hospital.
Rhootino A I fair. A shooting affair oeonrred
at Chesnnt Hill last evening, which came near
proving fatal. Owen Maglnnli encountered ano
ther man at the !pot who owed him some
money. Masinnts demanded payment, wnen tne
other, with an oath, drew his revolver and tired.
The bull graxed the cheek of Maginnis Inflicting
a slight flesh wound. The party who fired the
pistol made nil escape.
Rpcaptvreu. Among the prisoners taken on
board the steamer Lilian, which arrived at our
wharve yesterday, was Captain VeterndofT,
who was raptured on board the block ido-runner
flermmla two years ago. He remained In Phila
delphia, after bis arrival in the HermuHt, for a
veur or more, and then disappeared. How he
succeeded In getting South is not known.
Tub Keystone Cu b. The peripatetic. "Key-
stnne Club" are on their way home, having left
l'lltshnrg at 15 o clock this morning; tuey win
arrive at 11 to-night.
llEATl TUB "COMURBCIAI LlST AMI) PrIuB
Ci'brent" to-morrow, before yon invest your
money in Oil stock.
"Campaign Dial." We are Informed by the
dltor tbat the Campaij Dial will eomnirnc lis daily
luaeon Tbtiriilsr neit. Ysntnsn rrfce will be twe
fenosdluth. loyal causa ot Liaaoln and -lkoson. Tim
utctlptkn forth' nllr eimpslirn, or anv porUnnoril.
I. Sinai. cls. 6 rem. Bars nun for. csnqol ha
uppltt-4; haf9 lb wn-itttr of nb.eribln at ones.
OII.M No liH. Third itrl, third lloor.
A Fbw Mobb Plain Facts. The Wbeelor &
Wllon "twins Machine is the tmt.Dlosl simple, cheajivsit,
and most economical,
Mon of the Wheeler Vf llo are In ute than an o'hnr
Rewm MarhlnM combined; SO.OCAarear arasnld; W0)
are la o.s In PblladelDhla.
W heeler a W U.on s t the only perfect fsmllj Macldos.
Every Machine Warranted, and the uioney returned u not
Atl rood dreesmaVsrs. tesmstresne., shirt-makers, an
taiuiirii.es use the Wheeler Wlltun Id preference tv auy
oilier MewltiK Ma- hltie.
t'sll and .xamlne. Nn chirge for Inilnio'lon, wheftnw
ynn wish to purchase or not Instruction given Hi the re.l
drncp of ixm-tiHSi-rs II do.lrcd. Halu.roomNu.7UI Oheiuut
treet, above ftevi-r.th.
A Decided Improvement. The artificial arm.
Invented by Mr 1). W.Kolbc,!io,3i Ninth street. abort
Chesnut lies been adopted bj the Army Doardof Bar
goons which rocently met in Mew York, and he has re
ceived orders to proceed with Hi manufacture. This tloib
combine, various excellencies net teun In those of other
seanulacturers. First. The eullru maoliinerj la of steel,
thus preventing that liability to rff ranitement lound la
II ,abs whose mechanMai I. governed by oatgut, .to Hecond.
The ftatid is rrmoveble from the arm, and tithe wrf.t I. a
socket capable of holding nlnii't any hind of tool, or Im.
pii-ment, forh as a hnlte, foih.epoon, enl.l,ecreer-clriver,
-., Ac. Iliha. Tlie weight Is lens by .o ne ounce, thea
the moet fragile end le.t durable of 11. oompetltor..
Tt.o.e Iu need of such ahela und p. rtleulerlyour crippled
soldiers should examine udi beautiful aud useful piece
Public Institutions fitted out with Shade
and upholstery, by W. Henry Patten, No. 1108
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Office or Tus RvKtrrs-a TgLanairn, I
rr day, September i.
There I a better feeling to notice In the
Stock Market thl morning, and price are
steady. Government bonds bavo advanced, with
sale of 5-20 at 110$. 7-30 are quoted at lllj,
and 6 of 1HM at 10H. Railroad shares arc quiet,
but price are firm. Pennsylvania Railroad sold
at 741; Reading, 6CJ ; North Pennsylvania, 84;
and Philadelphia and Brie, 34. 16S was bid for
Camden and Autboy, 401 for Little 8chnylklll, 00
for Beaver Meadow, 62 for Mlnehilt, 40 for Cata
wissa Preferred, and 22 for common. -
In Canal share there i rather more doing,
Schuylkill Navigation preferred sold at 40( toj
Lehigh Navigation at 83. and Morris Canal
at 103. - - .
-There is rather more activity in Cool Oil stocks,
and prices have an upward tendency, with sale
of Densmore at i:)J(n lt, which 1 an advance;
Ilaliell at ll.i, which I also better; Mineral Oil,
2; PhlladelphU and Oil Creek, H; Perry Oil,
fi; Mcllhenny, 8j; Egbert, 3; and Hoge
Bank shares continue firm at about former
rate. 163J was bid for North America; fill for
Farmers' and Mechanics'; 66 for Commercial;
2H4 for Mechanics' ; 274 fr Manufacturers' and
Mechanic' ; and 34 for Consolidation.
Gold bus again advanced, and tho market la
active, opening at 2o0 ; advanced and sold at V
at 11 o'clock ; fell off and sold at 231 at 12 ; and
2604 at 124. . .
City Passenger Railroad are without any
material change. Cheauut and Walnut sold at
69J, und West Philadelphia at 73 ; 72 wa bid for
Second and Third; AO for Tenth and Eleventh;
3D for Spruce and Pine ; and 34 for Green and
. ' There I rather more demand for Money ; loan
on call are taken at 6(a7 per cent, per annum ;
best paper la selling at from 710 per eent. - ;
A despatch from Washington this morning
ay, the subscriptions to tbe new 7'30 loan, as
reported at the Treasury Department yesterday,
amounted to 1,069,000, and to the 10-10 loan
Statistic received in Washington, show that
since July 1st the Increase of export over im
port at New York is 46,000,000, In comparison
with tho sumo period of time hist year.
The official stutcmont of tho public debt on
tbe.'ioth of August shows the amount outstand
ing to be l,h7H, .'ti.,234, and the interest in both
coin nnd lawful tnonev, $77,447,122: or an in
crease of the public debt since the 2d of August
of 3,074,000, and of the luteroet, 1,027,OiW.
Tbe debt bearing Interest in coin is now
f 8S9 R!0,192. and the debt bearing interest
In lawful money, 109, 197,000; the debt on
which interest ha ceased, tf.idl ,470; the debt
bearing BO interest, l9,lll,2ti7. Tbe un
paid requisition are ipJ7H,79,i,0'iO, and the
amount in the treasury, 17,1H9,518. It furthor
appears tbat since the 2d of August the six per
cent, bonds, under the act of July 17 and August
6, IMil. exchauged tor seven-thirties, have in
creased to the extent of fifteen millions ; tbat tbe
seven-thirty three year notes, under the act of
July 17, ltxil, have been reduced alamt tbe same
amount, and tbe six per cent, certificates of iu
debttdncss, under the act of March I, 1&32, In
creased nearly twenty-eight millions.
The Story Farm Oil Company yesterday
pronounced a monthly dividend of 24 por ceut.
Tbe transfer hooks close on the 10th instant aud
re-open on the 15th.
The New Orleans ricayune of August 21
"Tliero wa some inquiry for cotton, but the
article not being available, tho transactions for
the dv have been very meagre. There are only
one or two parcel of tbe staple in first hand for
ale. Poasibly parties who have been purchasing
will eel I out at a itood round advance. From the
decline in freights to New York by steamships, It
is conclusive the supply of cotton for auipment
I exhausted. The steamer to leave to-morrow
hue accepted 1 cent per pound freight, which is
about a low as any time for th last twelve
titnntna. In other nrodure there have been no
movements. Sugar I scarce, and western pro
duct will leave no margin tor shipments to new
"The most Important feature In financial circle
11,0 announcement of General Order No. 112,
ennnuting from headquarters Department of the
Gulf, as will appear elaewhore. An order of this
import had I en expected for some time by those
who have daily watched tbe course of the currency
market. It has been frequently intimated to our
v.,,1, nneaiilKnta and mandator, tuat any uie-
1....,.-. i rarard ta their issue and the
Treasury legal-touders, should be avoided, though,
at tho same time, tbe discrimination a,i.d"far-
enc. were entirely beyond thotr
and brokers in bank-note consider It their legiu-
a other cmmodlue.
-The following are the receipt of Flour and
Grain at thi. port during th past week
Floor, bbla... 6 ,'liQ
The following are the receipt of Coal Oil at
thi port during tbe past week: Crude, 2060
bbi. i Refilled, 6400 bid.
pbtladkij'Tiia rtotsx tvxtjrtANOB hale), srurr, l.
Reported fey Clarkeoa a o., Broken, ThSrw
i sr-rtiKs BuaBoa, '
VYI .h (t.B-B..h10s'
lli th do bj i S7
i" s MTiwak e
ih do ' i
eajif fin.hj i en 'j
V1' lb rssn-niore
eiu o i too
mre ....e 1 l.Si
til iUen Oil.... 11
.h CSl u
jfishHlory farm... i
4to en evi ut.
n'n do mo
S"h do 131
""! do Km v
.h eo bio i',
)h do M u
POsI do blsll'.
o.h Egbert OU A ll
SKI .a av s
Jio.h do t l
l'O.b e bS i'i
eeisnere. ah T a
M h An.
yvieb Cera rlauter..,
Ksish Bell Creek.
is-' h Ototo- OU..
luu sb do
cV.i.h no rtm
i t h Mem
ellheemy Oil. l
an nS Ssj
do bill Si
FIRHT BO A Bit.
ksi .bSoh. ST. pf....e 44
Teh do ha 4n.
ttr.no de uof
Jiei do. .i-eua off. list
lli h rul'oa Coal. b5 Bi
lnilfBU Ji.J Kl
M h Morris Caa....lnr(J
b 4M .,.ie;-,
eo an l.ncii.1 Mount.. w$ l
im .h Mineral Oil
Wn l'h. a Oil Crh. 1 Ml
M"sh do 1
"'.h Perry OU H
Sl.ti do I. (i
ai.nh Den.moreOII.. l:rj
S-iah do 14
tdli an d.i b-'IOHUi
lmah M'-llhenny OIL S',
fsi b 1 gtiirt Oil )',
Wih rarel Oll...btn Sl.
SeO sh Hotae Island., l.'s
400 h Hali.ll Oil .... IT.
i '.nreniui ex 7.
lt.a ao. .sotfv
Wt; Nl-.. B. K... Ml
Bnn.hEiflilraH .... mi
uuo.o '.:iun. ot...J
Si .b I'hllk Rrie.... KV
IhikMAIM HW.,; n
15 ah W est I ill. H R 73
1'. .h (Thee a w.lnut M V
in ikCua t Am.. ..Mo
an ah Ln Aon tb 4V
SUsh Meoh,Uh....M t
PRICKS) or TOCK IN IIW TOBJC ' t
Reported by Clarkeoa Oo., Brokers, No. Ml a. Thtr .
rtrl Can, Be" 0.3!
rrnlted Rtaiea as, I'M. tot OIT.....107J, wd im elm
Rock Island Railroad kid VJ lakes
Rrndlns lUllro.d U bid ' .. eases
llllnot. Central Railroad bid 11 sale
Nortliwellera bid 1 . t3f Sate
New 1 erk Central Kallniad lit' bid .. aaje
Krte Rallroe bid n sales
lluD.on KaUroad t wit bid 1M.VJ eaMe
(Mil 9SI bid .. sale
t nin-d 8Uiea e-Iue...... lies but . , .. eeiee
Market. Hteedr. TaU.
Jat Cookib ft Co. ouote Governmotit Securi
ties. Ac., to nooa to-Uay. at follow
V. P. Cs, loSl e 107
V. S. 7 -'HO Note. i.. ..110
Certificates of Indebtedness, new..- 93
Ljnartermastor'i Voucher. "0
6-2U Bond ....UO
Di Haven ft Buo., No. 20 8. Tolrd Mreet,
quote a follows t
- Mvin MelWia.
American Gold 2-ifk 24f
American Silver, i' and P 2.10
Dime and Half Dime 721 " .j
Spanish Quarter 3ri .
Penn. Currency dls.l-4dU-
New York Exchange 1-10 M par.
Quotation of the principal Goal and Coal Oil
stock at 1 o'clock to-day : . c .
Bid Ait. I Bi4 Alt
fnltnn GoaL 10
In I Vntnn petmleam . .
kin Pen-oleum., a JW
st-oa l . I ii
ea Oil X V
sale Oil.... .. I'i
His- Mountain Coal. Di
N. CnrbunCale .... 3
reeder Ham Coal. I
Clinton Coal IS'
American kaolin.. i
l'enn Miutiis ..
8 illeeeoa i
4 KrenkUnOII ltf
tiewes Kduyou.. i
an mpe rarm oil...,
SU Hutler Coal ,
Etna Mining ,
1-lilla. ami lioaton
ft iKeT.tone 2Mnc... 9).
3 HalrelloU ,. 11 :
ft Mellbeony )
4 llbmerts OU. ....... ,. t
1 (Xm.tesul i'i rV
.! Monica l)ti)ainetT. 1ft . Vt2
16t Iferroleuai Ceutre. 3H 4
7 IKIiert 8W , V
t Hose isUnd. ...... JJ ls
SKlCartlB..... 1 f
Maple Nhade OIL. IS
MeCllOtoek UU.... Sh;
rennaylvanla Tat.. ..
Mineral Oil 3
K. r.lone OU I V
3 it Excelsior Ol! IV
l'i Rtory Farm..
1H llibbard.. iH
The following i the Boston Bank statement
for tbe week ...
Capital stock. 29,S81,7rX
Ixians and discounts , 61,960,0
Due from other hank 1I,I000
Due to other bank 10,110,000
Deposits , 2,U')J,00O
Statement of Deposits and Coinage -at the
Mint of tbe United States, Philadelphia, 0uriag
tbe month of August, 18fi4 ; .
coin deposits. " 1 "
,., , ; i,-::- VoiiatJ
From all sources , $3iU,411yO
sti vER Darosl-re.
Including Silver Purchases , .. '-' 11,481-23
Total Deposit. .
Dennminatiotu iVo. of Piectt.
Double Eagles .'29,150
Fine Bars...... 8
p ; 9U100.
Three Cent Piece.,
. .- $40,400
; .' 62,600
Two cent pieces
Total No. ot Pieces. Total Vglae.
Oold Coinage 29,158 9686,25188
Silver " 103,50.5 , 20,'i53 80
Copper - 7,170,000 103,000 00
rillLABELPBIA TRADK HSPOBT,
Fbidat, September 8. Cotton if.dnll
range from 1-80 to 1 80. . , - t. !e
There 1 a good demand for Qaercitroa Bark
at 951 41' ton. The receipt continue light, and
the stock 1 almost exhausted- '..,
: The Provision Market is firm, but rather quiet.
The Flour market I rather quiet, and prices
are unchanged. Tbe export demand Is limited,
and the only transaction reported are 900 bbt.
Blue Ridge Family at $13 iff barrel, and 200 bbi.
fancy at 913. The retailer and baker purchase
at yesterday' figures. In Rye Floor and Corn
Meal no movement worth noticing.
Wheat Is belter. The offering are light, a)
the demand good, with tale of old Pennsylvania
and Western red at 92 40(o2 54 ; new do. at f .-66
2 G7; 1200 bushels choice Kentucky white at
ja, and 1000 bushels fair do. at $1 90. A (mall
ale of red 1 reported at 92 85. There I Rot
much demand for Corn ; yellow tells In a to all
way at 91-73, and mixed Western at 1-71.
Smull sales of new Oats are making at 88 oents,
and old at BS cents. - No sale of Barley or Malt
have come under onr notice. '
Whisky is in limited request at 91-87 for Ohio
barrels, with tales of 100 barrels, and at 91 85 for
Refilled do. . ,
LATEST MARIXE INTELLIGENCE
CLEARED THIS! MORNINO. . J
Rlilp Wyoming, burton. Liverpool, I 'ope tiros,
ling Bel.e, Kurd, fori Koyal. filer a Co. ' "
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Brig O. C. Clary, Baker. Haleui.J. E UuM.r A Oo.
HrlS l. l. aaamt.Uollaud, Near Orleans. U. a. adaahV
Bthr U. O. Piaee, , Seabrouk, Copula.
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hours Inm Fortress Muurut, lor repairs totalled btaM
h, hr Marm Hall, Garfteld, t days from Baltimore, with
Budse to captain.
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baha.t to captain. i ' -( i
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l.geae, lieu, Hepteuibeg 1. aieauier. Anserlcaj ee.
of Jeraey. from New Yorh ir 'onre.e Monroe i brls -k-a,
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