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PRICE TIIItEE CENTS.
iaUIADl-LriHA, SATURDAY, SliPTEMHKR 24, 1S(J1.
PMCE THREE CENTS.
e Fircth Another Bombshell into
the McClellan Ranks.
E VISITETII THE SHOW IN
o Givcth ItiU Impressions
ro f.EMMUL Vi:oniiB II. MiC'i.m.i an, Tiir,
An Osmiid.au: or tiic. Tr.m u Piati-oiim.
uto.m Hoisr, Nituuia Fulls, September l',
M: Cn-w.r bad his litmus, Charles the l ust
C'romwet'.nnd f Icorge If yon ke -n on a yon
vc tirpun (lu NovcoibiTf, yon tron't lone any
l.an; Sutnlay I stated that Ton wonUl lo-e
ty Stilts but one. After wltnossiii!j your Chi-
io peifimiiince Saturday night I am coni'idou
i will lo-c Now Jersey. Two nioro such slimv.
I tin Empire City will give lifteen thousand
linst yuli. When Pennsylvania, and Indiana
to J'jh down among the de id men, yoa wil
fhdr.aw. .Some minds must Co through a sur
al operation beforo yon eiu get an idea Into
i'.' leads. Maine says, if yon could not tuke
.'limond with Washington ns a base, you will
1 It Impo'slblc to take Washington w i.h Kich-
YQur " priming hooks" arc changed into
-Lruoklnc' prunes. " Soymonr, the rcitee cindi-
tc, is nominated on a war plat form. Mcl'M
ii, tic wnr inrul ulnto, is nominated on a peace
atfortn. In November you will see the diifcr-
,rc between a fac timile and n siek fnmihi.
orutio sold Richmond, nnd Richmond will sell
jratio. The stae becomes a wag-on the
igo. "Dure are seben llichtniinds in de Held,"
Id the negro alil-de-eamp in It churd the Third.
tow many ?" "Debcn." '-Put up do bars, don't
any more In dor." The peace bolters are all
k again. 'Tig the lirst time that ever rata
used to leave a sinking ship. Virtue moeteth
th Its reward. "You can't bring us buck," said
d, Mullah', and McMastcrs, "unless you are
liVoiigcr than wc arc, and ire mow you arc."
i ucro ru some icw peace men wnosaymit
principle nas neen sacriuccu ny tlio Democracy
power, wuy not join tnc party (as it is only a
stion of power) that holds the bayonets in-
ad of tlioso who don't. Ileside. as vou noiv
It the platform you are only a stump candidate
- the White House.
The whipper-in is a power in F.m:land. Souio-
uy is playing uouwc, or If. li. would not quote
lieilan through the dead Douglas.
i iiHll,a am getting clear ut mud,
when war men cheer r'ernantty IVml,
H only costs two thousand dollars for a MrClrl-
mating' Young Kitchum .unit tn. Pshaw!
at show Isuturday night cost tun times that.
entu thousand dollars. One hundred thnusuml
Fulcra for our starring prisoners at AmUrsviuitle.
1 1 if I vn nnr ntu ruins flu hit tu inin l.ir .1,.., . .,,
HJfmds is divine.
ore you sure mai wucn your committee takes
MiDi'D oi suuu iu Union square, yntt can mako
nati.n sno,ze? The West now siva what
East said years ago :
' find hens Miinliattnnl lt her fatf y claim,
W Id 411 the honors oun her san-iettr i
1 V .nh, V -ai it, iiml . hi, a 'ountli.u 'i ' 1.) t Are
i f,., rlfaa, remiins. at isi liei iioti.s(MU.re,
i fun tvii lun-i rte- hvoaus,-1 mu inn. tian,-.,
Tie iinil's of I'aria wrim ilia nejk of 1'iaiici'.
I' fAirt; A ,i?.f trtt.i tlu.r?, ,, Htijt.
I be time has ariived to suite emphatically that
pcjHu ui iiiv uaiioii oeeiiiie 10 autuiE iulic
York city owus tho cnt'ro I'tiued Stales.
ci$o hurst that bubble. Alus' poor f,n o-
mi lnrirk! You may Inv rour re.' in ttie
, but cannot make the country cteklo. M m
'JO tbo one. Ood made the other. Wnydjii'i
no clever itrtist draw a cane ituie of tho Duno
iiieHriy, A man (your faco would ho reco,f
ed, Ueueial ), huiiging with a rope round his
k, w :rh ilie platloriu pushed uu lYoiu uuaer
ii? Yt u urt u Kiiiuva in an. u hnoic it is
'ij'.ruus to stand on the Pi'itfornt. The Unl-m
iinre sliOA' was llin weuUt'tt tliimr I pv.ir mi m
E sent c iuipaiiy, ui cour: e, exreted. Any Clii-
e Timnit.irin would ee'ip-o too lantern display
the hirth of a male child Be decided. .Scop
so foolish slious. J'ic battU-'iM is led Kith
r (Oinrudtijt' iift-Oluod,
l he tnir hloiv iiat-le rill.
At t '.hMai. Ii thi eiiir j ti i rtwi'-f ti in.5.
To-tllv. It" n ; T'rJ roliilnn. I'o'in
To tit lit lur (.: HQd iia. h .1 litud !
in. Mac! on! Charge, Mac! charge! weve
last words ot the Presidential Martniou. You
itnted. The carpenter told mo wuy he re:'ue I
ut two holes in your pigeon-houc.
ny let tnem matte tic're stands minion
lare Was it done to show that Judas was
uded at tho speaker's banouet ;- How singuinr
t Urovcr should hring out Kami at the i a-
uy, while you were piny In? it in the 8iuino.
jut nuy men coniposd th it celeorated 111 ire.li.
passing and repassing behiud the scenes, it
!ts as ll there were fifteen hundred. Twenty-
War els move up e ich street, aud then move
vn another. There mn-t have been four hon
d and fifty thousond jmijiU in the Siiiore. The
11U iHt i. uecausc the licrntd is going to
ugresi. McKeou tuys :
TlieoftVe-seeki r, thick a tlo.'i,
In itaa oHra nf t'nt'(
J;i-l rt-seut ali-f-l.-riipli-o-li",;
but C.ililiittoav ' llie.i caiinut i-tieat lur
Aa lie etieineil "MaraucreitH'
ijcure'. jt'iiii- paradise la it.
M'hat is a barliecue ?" aked Ike. "Roasting
x whole," replied Uncle Kogor. Mrs. Par-
;ton observed that such extraordinary changes
e taking place, she should not lie surprised il
November they roasted McC'lellan!
hn bir Charles fcapicr ciiterulSelnde.hu
t this Uriel despatch to the aoeretary of War,
cciuu. uy dou t you say souieihing.
there are three rooms In tho honso that Jack
it for you iu Chicago Attic, Cellar, aud Yard,
n November the Summer of your discontent
1 be made glorious Winter by 'your occupation
Yeurvmsel would rVaimliT on any sea,
Willi iml 11. 1'. W. unit J. V. II.
y tho by. General, vour commission cinie
111 your home in Ohio. Yet you livo in New
s y and reside iu New York. Where do you
lly hail from ? The Constitution prohibits
Ii candidates being from the same (irate.
I ho siuui! was full of patriots. They lorn
1, General. No speaker on that platform wool. I
ept nil otllce or n contract. 1'hcv surround
w out 01 purl affectum, were vou elected.
y would never remind you of services reli
ed. O'lee S(.n-Jv, mm i'Ino U trutuii,
lb- ii rl" in noitiiu n'ia i' -a imji,
fs aixil, riioiil. aii'l 1 'amii'i.-,
S, i.aiS '.). iio.il'le as thrj d -eil IV, in-.-.
li v x tf.ei an escci-.liiis ivrutli .'
Tl.Wr lei'l ure u t ili.i.le tlic inoiiiti.
icrv f Will wooilen speeches, wooden stands,
.den mottoes, wooden bands, wooden guns,
a wooden coi k, bring voters to your billot-
i No, (Jcnerul ! 1 h w hole show was luauu
ured for ctlect outside of w York. No
uu.UK.in, no hi ni t, no f aith. Y oil cottld have
1' l.uie lighted a wet Miiili. Cliieugo spit oil
end ol Hie muti h, and the brimstone declines
tnile. Loud cliecis lor l.iitw .Mac. I wish
V boily was brine enough to cheer for (iiu v i
The circus sliov. paia led the whole Icbstth
Droadway, und, as I said comiu j from ( 'lucao
r the iioiuiiiiitioii :
ot n drum was hrurd, not a sinL'Ie tvitn.
,s your corpse dow n Pr.iadwav they hurried,
ot a iKi'i ii.i sciit up a smile suout
I'cr the gravo w here Mct'lelluu was Imrie J.
lUl'niiml that the liens y:v.J.-rf her;- V
o'ihe t 'uoi c-hdon und tic jo ttr yji' i tjo t -'
1 11:11, faithfully,
til.fi, l'UANC IS Tit MX.
Thc French publisher Closselin has just pub
edawork containing tho biographies of ull
present members of the Corps l.egislatil'.
-It is said Ihut M. Thiers has determined to
V.iU a pamphlet, in w hlcli l.o will refute the
timciits contuiued in M. de Peislg.ty's reei nt
ecu, and cudiavor to oveithrow his theory of
lf-iue mat volume of tho Kmporor Napoleon s
.'-expected "l.lle of Ca sar" Is anuouueed posi
ly to ii r In November or Diieember next.
0 tecoiui ihiino will appear iu a mouth or six
ekl after jo lirst, and the coucludlug volumes
1 then npjjcar at short iutyivuls.
The Great Battle Commenced.
HEAVY FIGHTING YESTERDAY.
NHrlnl tn I lie. t'.vnnln 1 eleirrnpli.
l'At.TiMtMtK, September 24 Wo linvi; ru
mor" hy tin" Norfolk boat to-day, which s ty
that fiencral (Iriint wan fighting heavily yes
Irrdny, nnil was p lining; n jrro it urrv over
the IIcU'Im. Tlio uiovcineiil of troojw Is very
ihom nit: Aimv or Tin: I'ortititr,
II r iwi n rrns Aiimv or m 1: Put iH r:, Sep
tenibcr 22, P. M. The liriti? I tven the picket
in front of the right of the 1 1 Division, 2d Corps,
still continues, and casualties I'ontiiitie d lily.
To-day a private of the !'td NeivYork w.i
killffl. being shot through tho Ib a I. A Rcrireant
of the J7th Pennsylvania lost a lc? this morn:n'r.
WfUcrday a new recruit, only hero three, days,
and belonging to the Jnth M issaehtisetts, was
killed in front of Ihc 9th Corps, and his pocket
ritlid of Sftio. It was said he was killed nnJ
rubbed by Hcbcl sharpshoo'eis, but many doubt
the truth of the sbiteincnt. ki raits should u it
tiring such largo nmotints of money with thutn
into the licld. As a general thing, they are never
easy until all they have is either spent at the
sutler's, gambled away, or stolen trom tliem.
One was seen to oiler one hundred dollars for a
canteen of whisky the other day, but he failed to
obtain it even at that price.
To-day the batteries of tho :!d Division, 2 1
Corps, wno ordered to open tire on 11 barn from
which the Rebel sliarshoo:ers have annoyed our
men for sorr.e time past. The tire was so etlec'n il
us to mako them decamp In rather a hurried
manner from their hiding-place.
September 23, A.M. All is itiiet this morning
INTERESTING FROM WASHINGTON
LATEST FROM PETERSBURG.
The Hcbcl Prisoners at Point
EFFECT OF EARLY'S DEFEAT
S Oi lal tu 'I lie i:ventiir I I'lernpli.
AV as 11 iNc, ion, September 21. The steamer
YanderhiH, from City Point, reports adairs un
changed be fore Petcrsbur ;. Tho Vanderhilt
biought up tifiy-tivc Hcbcl deserter", Including
During the present week one hundred aj l
twenty-live deserters have come Into onr lin-s
trom u single Florida regiment. Tlioy any that
nine tcnihs of Lee's nieu arc conscripts, who
will hike the first opportunity to desert.
T'lere u'o now 0 j1.") Kebcl pri-ouers at Toiat
Leukotit; Ml) arrived there y.v.erdiy iron
liiam's army, aud within a week some 40:) have
liecn transferred to Northern primus.
'I wemv refugies crossed fnia the Virginia
shote yesti rday, and succeeded in reaching Point
Lookout. Some of the party arc from Uiolituoud ;
and they s.iy that the news uf Parly's ihst defeat
in tho valley had just reached llielitn md, a id
caused the great' s', constenn tio 1, a i 1 rofugecs
were leaving lti tinionil In dr v s, thinking it
nbont tivie to get out of "Dixie."
(in Wednesday morning A party of suiters left
Harper's Ferry in company wiiu (ioverujicut
oupply tra;n, route for Sheridan's army. Be
tween Ch:nlc-t"n and Winchester the wagon be
longing to C. II. Could, S.itler, 1st Vermont
Cavalry, upset, und a gu ild of tAcuty m'jn w is
left to protect it.
While camped for the night, livo miles from
Winchester, they were surprised by twenty-live
of MoMiby's men, who captured the party, lob
bing them of moucy and goods to the amount of
four thousand, aui thirty horses.
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NEWS.
Special Ik'siuti lies to Evening Telegraph.
WAHiiiNiiTox, September 21.
Fremont's letter is still considerably discussed.
His retreating tiro upon the Administration is
deemed more advantageous to the cause th in his
umquiroc.il praise. Kut Sherman leads iu episto
Movement of our trnilcs. 3
There aro evidently movements now hulng
developed connected with our armies which will
soon electrify and still further re.i jice the hearts
of all loval people.
Admiral Porter Clone Mxt.
Admiral Porter left here lust evening, en routi
riit Cairo lor his old post of duly on tho Missis
sippi river, thus effectually settling all rumors to
Kiimors about the Hartford."
The Navy Department has no information con
firming the rumored destruction of the llnrtfjrd.
Sick KoIiIUth 10 llHit Home tu Vote.
Stirreon-Oeneral Karnes has Uued un ord a' to
the superintendents of Ilospi'.il , directing them
lo permit ad soldiers able to travel, and yet unlit
lor duty, to visit their homo- a id rein uu until
after ll 1 0 Presidential election. As the order Is
general, uud makes no excopti 'i,i there can he
no ground for complaint if tlio "straws" do not
-how tho wind coming from a iptirter to suit tho
Maine of Iti-us;.
Ail influential and prominent C lpperhen l
leader was recently overheard iuipre-sitig upon u
I'cllow-copatriot of Jell. Davis, that "e must
buig this Presidential election through." ' I'd re
ill e times," said he, " hen 'taint neecs-.uy, but
we uiu.-t do it this lime on l.ittie Mac."
latent. IteiK'ittiiiaV Tlienitteli en.
As another cxeuipliiiealion of hoiv Die iainor.
uut events of this war repeat theiu-elves, it is
noted that Karly, with the remnant of .St n u all
Jie kson's coiiiiiiund, seem- preparing tor batilc
iie.iin on the old ground of Cross Keys.
HlM kh It I I
A few daj siliee a Wushlugtoii crri sp in lent
of 11 Western (icnu.ili paper v. r jte iu one of l.is
letters that (jiTtu Clay Smith, of Kentucky, was
wi'l.ug lo back up his ussurauce of Liueo'.u's
election with a 0110 bet. The Teutonic coin-po.-Itor
dirniliad the ligares by cxteuding the
amount lo fc-.WO.OOO ! Arherottpon a seceh capi
talist 01 1.oui-ville "iual.es u u poil," and re
plies that he is nady and anxious to match the
This was rather more small change than the
CongiosMiiun had to his credit In bank but
cirtuiu liitaueiul friends hearing of tho circuui
stai ic, have tendered tho "greenbacks" and iu
sist the Louisville man shall bo accommodated,
and have already deposited il,ll'Wu a forfeit
fur fulfilment uf stipulations within thirty days.
Their only fciti' is that Louinville will bu louud iu
tho v veutive.
The (ireal Yiclory.
BATTLE OF FISHER'S HILL.
DETAILS OF THE TRIUMPH.
Gqcrril Crook's Impetuous
HARD FIOIITINQ BY
OUR SUCCESS COMPLETE.
OFFICIAL WAR GAZETTE.
Despatch from Gen. Sheridan.
ENEMY TOTALLY DEFEATED.
"Worst Routed Army Ever Known,"
Night Closes the Slaughter.
OUR CAVALRY IN PURSUIT.
Washington. Scptcmbor 21, 10 A. M.
Majiir-flciicral I)lx, New York: Tin- follow
ln special de-patch has just been received
D iim General Sheridan, detailing soin of the
particulars of thn battlu at Fisher's Hill:
llKAIlVt'AllTl.li MlDlll.r. Mll.lTAHV
I)i vision, WooiisTot K, Virginia, Sopicm
bcr U:!. 8 A. M riciitcimnt-dcncral U. S.
Grunt, City I'oliit: I cannot ns yet givo any
definite account of the results of the battle
Our loss will l.e light.
Genera! Crook struck the left ft-iikof tlio
cnciny. doubled it up, advauciug uiong; their
liicketts' Division of the tith Army Corpx
swung in and joined Crook; Getty's mid
Whoa ton's Divisions) taking up the stune
nioveuicnt, followed by the whole line, nnd
attacking beautifully, carrying; the works of
The Uebels threw down tlicir urnis und lied
in the greatest confusion, abaiidoiiin? most of
their artillery. It was dark beforo tlio buttle
I pursued on tiller the enemy during the
night to this point, with the Oth and l'.hli
Corps, uud lmv) slopped here to rest the
men and issue rations.
If General Toi bert has pushed down the
Lnray valley, necordini to my directions, he
w ill achieve great renults.
I do not think that there ever was uu army
so badly routed
The valley soldiers lire hiding away and
going to their homes.
1 cannot at present give you any estlticite
I pushed on resmdlcHH of evorvthlujr.
The number of pieces of artillery reported
captured is sixteen.
1'. II. Sitiitti dan, M ajor-Gcuoiul.
Vou nre directed to cause a national salute
to be Hied of one hundred great gnus for the
General Stevenson reports that three thou
sand prisoners, from tho Held had reached
Winchester lust night.
Reinforcement uud supplies have beun for
warded lo General Sheridan.
Eiiwi.n M. Sta.ntov, Secretary of War.
THE GREAT VICTORIES
Over Six Thousand Prisoners
Washinotov, Kcplcmbcr 21. Tho Itepuhliran
extra makes the following jiuuoiniceincnt:
"Tho Government has received despatches
from General t-tcvoHson this morula:,', dated at
Harper's Ferry, announcing that 2iW) Strasburgi
Mui.i wi. .1.1,1 !
ri,su..i. ..,vu .n..,... ........
lie also stated that lfiOO of the prisoners cap
turcd on the 10th last., near Vinchostcr, arrivA
at Harper's Ferry this morning, aud that 1(0
more are yet to come. A Inter despatch roccisd
from General Stevenson, this forenoou, annouces
that 101)0 more prisoners, captured at KtrasUrg
on the 2'-'d, reached Winehestcr this moraiii-
When last heard from, Early's army was log
down the valley, panic-stricken. Suoiid.' is In
hot pursuit, and uear Woodstock.
Cot kt or QrAitrcu Sessions .IiidgcAllison.
Habeas corpus ca-es occupied the a"1'10"
toe (Unlit this ninrniiig. Among lice ho.nd,
nnd the oulv one possessing any publ Interest,
was that oi t'harles Warner, the b' youth 111
prison on the clurgo of attempiiiu,,u shoot a
young woman named Minnie Kir iyttt the"L'i
sino," Chesinit street, on Tuursdi eieuing a
Gtlieer I.nzulner, who assisted' r"c """
after the occurrence, at the cornel'' Sixth und
Chesi.ut sireeis, telilied tint no '"'1 was lomid
upon Warner's persnn, and that denied having
hadiinv. Miss liirhy, who ud'ed Ilia: she
hud been intonate Willi M inner no visited her
licinii ntlv, and starlod to ncC'd'any her to the
"Gaslno"' that cveninu', but oinoled with and
lclt her in the street, mid lime"', with 11 tomato
friend, went toycthcr und w ib'-'iiiAlves iu u
pt i Villi' bnX.
Isiion alti r Warner eamo ' "1Ul'' intoxieuted,
nnd set Iu a box opposite. ut a sh'"t intei va
elap.-cd win n the heard tlelT"" ' ?' " I'"""' all J
lsintcd. She denied havii "ecu ainer mo tuc
pistol, or that sho saw hir11"",0"1'' , .
She said, tiiithcr, that " ltlid been ndn-cd to
leave the city bv two nU- ho.so names .she did
i.ot Isiiow, nnd v ho ga' "'ensou lor fi.ving the
advice; una thai she a ',la' '"end, Jenny Uhl
ton, who "lis w itb her V'e " " night
ol the shooting, uceor'K1)" Co 'Ncl ork,
nnd uftei'Huids lo ll;'""r,;- , ,
She also admitted1" 8,10 huii tv, "derviews
wi:h Minnie urn e t'"'.lra5' UH M "'B Sb'Hon
llou.-e, uud ye.-U-r ul ,IU '''I"""' HJ '
unl "Charley ' w,"""' Sood Irieuds.
.liiiimv fliitiiiho "-'cnis to have been with
the pai la s fun.1,0 '",'. U.";-V.HU "a, U J ?
1 nun, , . ' ""uu iiKB.
t,( , theatre until the tiling of the
ther to go
lc-tol knew p ii'ioiti me iii'iin tact, vi. :
who shot tl.i-'u'"ju "' Uur trka Mi'in'o
hi'n li'11 1 tl1'0'0 n,llttcr wns undoubtedly tired
un No u'r wl,u"Sl's ero Court, except
those aire' n'""oni'J. though there must have
been nun "tlier "Pc'ators or employees of
Mr i ov'u manager o the concern, who saw
ihe'trur ,'u"' uiul would have no dilliculty iu
tayillg. ether Wurreii was the guiliy peroou or
" T in01"'1"8""1 "ierc''orc, irresistiblo that
,t) Hisses cxauiiued huvu been taniperel
,lt,nd others w ho should have been examined
. ,.,'Cen kept out ol the w ay.
.gu Allison refused to discharge tho pri-
.', and held him in live huudivd dollms bail
taWU Ihu chaJo'c.
Ptati or TitFRMOMRTBa To dat. 8lx A. M.,
71. Noon, So. One I'. M. SO.1. Wind, W. S. W.
ClI ABfil O W 11 11 I'l lie II VS1NO S rOI.TN To'TAda
Sum.-This moriiliiK Simen Strauss had a
hearing before Mayor llonry upon the charge of
rccciviii(f I'nited Stat' s poftago slami'S to the
value of M Tcral thotisaud dollar', knowing them
to have been stolen. The robls ry was commit
ted by two employees iu the Washington Fos',
l't)ice,nho sold Ihcin to the defendant In this
city. 1 ha latter used thctn In the payment of
bills, and from the evidence scorns to have had
extensive tt itt-actlims with numerous parties in
tins city, who dealt with him in good faith, he
liexim; that he came by the o'amps honestly. 'X" tie
two imploicis in the Walnnton l'ost OHbn
iip' ii In tti(! nrreted inade a clean breast 01' the
hole ntlair, and testified to having sold them to
the dcfi tiilfttlt.
1 lie postal stamps which arn duni u'ed whilst
in tiiiiiMiu '-!! the aueiiey ntheo iu NjiV York,
tu ic tin - .itc liiamila. tared, to the various 1' ist
dtlieis ot the coin, try, aie triiusmi.'cd til the
l'ost Oit.ee Department. CiedKs nre given for
tin in to Uu' various postm.isti rs, and the d cu
lt:' id Atiimps k 1 redin d are destroyed. It 11-ually
Inipl tun. hoi er, lii.it many of the aianips are
not solicit. 1 he-e siamo-, insiead ofbc.udc
s itiHil, wtrc iuld in re.ie and sold.
T'iic following was the evidence elicited at the
heai iitjj :
.Mi. W aller, Spc. iul Agent for P.ist Olll 0
at U'liHliington, was sworn 1 Mm iiuoi'iuatiiiii
neiivid he Has undei the i'lipiessiuu Unit the
liipailutcnt hud hist somo hvu or six thousand
ilollaia' worth of pn-Ugo atumps; to parties
wireancstid in ashini;ioii fur the tin 11 ; one
i t the men was emplovd iu the Department,
the 01 her had bull removed a slmrt tune before.
Win. H. haiton sworn Saw tho defendaut
once befnic ut his house. After I told I1I111 my
name, I asked him if ho knew Geo. W . Alexau
der. He said lie. did. Told him I came there
to sic linn on I ui-idc -s. loid him I had
h' me pruperty, tuthc amount of If 111,000, 1 wanted
to mIi nun. lie said a l ho wauled was to
know it he could place eoniidnnca in me. 1
told him I could tell him no more than uiy
liavmc AU xiuidi r's name. He thuu asked mu
who I was acquainted with. 1 told him.
He then said wo might as well proceed to know
what my business was. 1 told hitu 1 bad fifteen
or sixteen thousand dollars' worth of Blimps 1
wauled to sell him tlio sntno stamps Alexander
had promised to mine him about two weeks since.
He then said that Alexander told him he could
get as many more stamps as he wauled, and it lie
could manssu 10 get from thirty-live to forty
thousand dollars' worth it would be bcticr. I
linn told him 1 didn t know about that; that
this lot I hud advsnced Alexander money on.
1 said to him 1 understood that IriiX) in fltiiupl
Inn! been riven I'm isfsoo and two gold watches;
iiilciidiiiit replied yes, I snio or oyer; then said
you had another bit, when you paid him a more
valuable gold much ; In i aid yes, such watch was
worth ! ill.
M'm. II. Warnc, ol is city, sworn Known
deli ndant two years ; olten cinie to our store and
bonuht articles; lively hud stamps which ho
ottered hi trade ; said he got them irom a party
in flic bunk business in t.'alliornia. Wc tojkin
all vl TiS worth of stamps Irom defendant.
George W. Hussell sworn I am a jewvllor;
known defendant In business for several yours ;
in tall of lSb;t he b.iu;;ht some goods for HI or
tdln, nnd asked it I could use some three-cent
slumps; said be had got them from a sutler; 1
tof'k the stamps In payment lor some diamonds;
next transaction wus 1 eeeinhcr !', Isil'l.
He did wit pay fur the articles at tho time I
sent alti r him, mid be came on January 'il, and
sunt he hud been again to the front of tue army,
and bad got some more postage stamps from u
sutler, lie paid the bill, 11!, In stamps one
cent and iline rent. He paid a small balance in
Man h, lNbl, in cash. I had a peculiar diamond
pin for which I asked S'17'i; he took it away to
slow to u ft lend, and brought it hick, and
cth red a eer'ntn nuioiiut for it, which I ileedne.l
Detective Mi Devitt, of Washington, and CUba.
nan Rnd t'nritn, of this city, who made the arrCut,
Icslitii d that they visited M 1 ran ss' lion se, and taoit
I10111 his pi. civet a slip of paper with W'hur
ton's name upon it, also some mm ty con' st imps ;
alto took a picluro of Alexander, one of defend
ants, limn un 11 hum.
The th tendant was required to enter ball In tho
sum 01 i.im)U to enswer.
TncM.MiKKis Notwithstanding the declbio
in L'obl. fti tides tif daily food and wear continue
a!mol iiudiiiiini.-hed in price. The result is that
consiliums purchase very sparingly, causing an
unmnnl dulness in the trado. Hotter was selling
yesterday ut from 'i0 to "0 cents per pound; beef
i'rni ;o 10 :i.i cents; sweet potatoes from :lu to
,li ei ni per unit p'-eu ; and poultiv Irom 2 i 10
ci nls pel pound. The prices fur the necessaries
ot lite are new so exorbitant mat workiugoien
can scuiceiy iiiioru 10 ouy.
The raies lor clothing aro treble the price they
were hi fore the war broke out, and cleaning and
pat. hing an mending hard boon resorted to, and
0111 ciuiucs uro iiuco 10 pass muster by reuo
Iu the sine trade there is an equal dullness,
owing to uu uikii price 01 leaiuer una orutie 11 1
Gam is wiieli were formerly imrchased at two
doll. us p r pair uro now live dollars, and boots
w lin U aiu at six Hollars aro now considered
cheap a len uud Ihiru-en dollars. Indeed, all
flooiis ii this liue have risen more than one hun
dred ivr cent.
Miilncry and silks havo, however, somewhat
of a 'show," but it is only among the richer
eiiiscs, ior lew 01 1 no poorer can atlord to buy
boiucts ut froai twenty to one hundred dollars.
Th only husine-s which seems to be doing well
ism- iui nam-, ine iieuiauu lor uirs inn tall is
teuly per cent, greater than it was last year, and
s fast are the orders coming iu, that lurite a I-
itionni ncip is needed tor sewing and unishbig.
f his is owi:ll( to the bu t that luu nricos have not
udvanccd In the sumo propoi-tlon as have thus;
ol dry goods uud merchandise, and the revcntiu
is only twenty-five pur cent, for impoited goods
a,ul 'ei PKt l'ent. lor nalive manufactures.
A "good overcoat now costs trom scveoty-five
to one hundred doll irs, and a "silk" hat cannot
be obtained under ten dollars. Asa natural con
sequence, light fall overcoats will he worn until
the deptn of winter, while "felt" or "Kossuth"
huts will be all the rago.
Captain W. (S. Davis. The many friends of
this gentleman, who Is the Assistant Adjutant
General of tho 1st Division, 5th Corps, will be
gratiliid to learn that he passed through here
yesterday, in Improved health, on his way to tho
front. A few of bis former associates, p irtictilurly
such of the old ollb ers of the Corn lixchaugo
Ri ginu nt as heard of his arrival, had the plea-
e of meeting bun. Few men of his age and
rank In the army have hud such experience of
ivi ro work as Captain Davis. F.ntnring the ser
vice as nil otllccrof the 2Jd Massachusetts, ho
wusditailed as uid-dc-camp to General Martin
dale, andscived as such during the winter of
1,'i'd and campaign of lw!2, until the armv ar
rived ut Harrison's Lauding, receiving a severe
wound at Malvern Hill. As acting A. A. G. of
the 1st llrlgadc, 1st Division, oth Corps, ho
served nl Hull Hun second, Antletam, Frede-liik-buig,
Chutn.vllorvillc, and ilio Gettysburg
and Mine Hun e.imp dgns. Lust spring, on the
sintl nfGer.cr.il Grlllln, he participated in all tho
libtiiil I'loni the crossing of the li ipi lan to tho
oet uj.ntinii of tho Weldon railroad, winning the
approval of his superior oillcers, uud Ihc warm
11 caul ot his associates. To them ho now re
turns, '.with hi ulth only partially restored, but
anxious, if po's'ble, to add to his record, "I'e
ti rbl.1113" mid "Kichuioiid."
Ma-s Mi. 1.1 1 so, Tuts Lv 1 mx.,. A mass meet
ing ! the Ii lends of the National Ciii. 111 party,
rcsVipp in the Third Congressional l)ls!ric', will
be held this 1 villillg, lit the Collier nl Fl'.l likl' It'll
r".iii and (iil stuet, Ninetienth Waul. Auil.u-Ik-i-
ol exiciu! .-peukers will address the 111. et
d..:, and exb nsivi prcpar clous Lav e been ma le
ti- iciii.vi tnc o 1.,-ion one ot uure than u -u il
iicpoi ;m ee. 'lbeiowill ulso be a magniiii cut
ui-pi.iy of fircwoi ks.
1 isoi:oi:iti.v llocsiis. This morning, Cii illcs
Samuel and Minnie Lewis were before Alderman
J.'iies, charged with keeping a disorderly hou-o
at No. 1 Fayette slieet. Sarah Campbell was
ulso chitiged with koepiug a duorderiy house at
No. lo ) uj cite street. Fanny Wood, Saiali
Shaltcr, Mary Davis, and Mary K. lirieu, were
ulso ui rested, being iu tlio houses at the time.
'1 lie iiircil ine made ou coiuplaiut of tho
Aw aiting an Ovvm.k. A woman, while con
siderably undi r the inllueiuc of liquor, went into
a storo In the Fir.it Waul yesterday, and laid
several bundled dollars ou the counter, staling
Ihut she would call uguiu for it. Tho money is
iu the hands of Lii-utenaut l'Uller.
Ittrui iKi.xii. Tlsis moruing waiiuuts wero
issued for the payment of the city bounty to
twenty. one nieu, three ul w hom were substitutes.
L10 IlnoKiiX. James McCucn, aged lifty
years, broke his leg last night by falling oil a
shvd ut TvnlU and UwiWH UwW.
CUR CITY LAST EVENING.
Chcimit street, Spring Garden street, and
other portions of our city was in a tremendous
b'aO of political excitement I is', evening. The
air was vocal with the strains of music, the tread
of men marching "o'er thn stony streets," the
buzns of an excite 1 populace, and the h irangiics
of speakers, who, fiom the stages of public halls,
or from door-steps, discussed the great questions
of the hour.
From tlte IwursM-'jnriy ovc un? il midnight,
thousands of pede Hins thronged the a-rce's,
ruber in repairing 10 or returning from thedif
fennt poin's w here speeches wore announced to
take place. The tcene was an intensely .mini ited
cue, and n foreigner entering our city las; even
ing would have been ulloided a goo 1 opportu
nity of hauling how zealously tho p -ople of the
North have devoted their energies to the great
poli'ieal contest oon to take place in our 1111 1st.
Tho fraud torchlight ptrade of the Couple's
Campaign Club, the oldirr'a (Mmpak'n t'lti'i.
und the Republican Invineibles this eveuiii'; w ill,
if the elements conspire, lie an imp i-iug aibiir.
The t iiiiitiiitiec of Arramrcments have sps-ed
luitlier pains nor epime. to iiniUe the atl'iir
grand us 11 spectacle and woitliy of the patriotic
'lho following is the route of the procession:
Start Irom I if.h and Walnut, up Walu it to
'I ivellth, thence to Christian, lliou c to Third,
thence to Green, then e to Fifth, th -nee to Drown,
thence 10 '1 weltth, thence to Arch, then c 10
Sixteenth, thence to Ctiesnut, and thence to In
dependence Square, and there dismiss. At the
Square there will be a display of fireworks.
The public discussion between Judgo Kelley
and Counsellor Northrop, opposition candidates
lor Congress in the Fourth District, came oil' last
cvm.ng at Spring Garden Institute. Tue hall was
paikid in all pints, and a large nudlonce was n3
usM'iiiblcd on the 0111-lde. The douuio was niaiiily
cl'limd to tin di-eiissiou ot th ' (Kiwcrs of lho
Coiistilutiun. and the doetriue of S ate rights.
At the hall nl the I'nion ls iguo last evening,
Hon. 1( h-hard Ii. Dana, Disinet Attorney of the
I'uiled States for the F. is'ern District of Massa
chusetts, spoke before an immense audience.
Mr. Dana has lately arrived In tho city, and
had no preconceived intention of making any
remarks in public, but yielded to the solicitations
of some of the most prominent members of the
I nion Liugue, and conseutcd to give utterance
to his political convictions 1 1st cvcnln? In un
entirely extemporaneous manner. Mr. I)itii
poke for over nu hour, and his powerful argument-enlisted
the attention of all present. Morton
Mi Michael, F,sq presided, The It-putiliean In-vm.-iblc-
wire present in force, with 11 full baud
Last evening the Itepublirnn Invineibles ma le
a sheet parade along Chesnut street to Ftibm
League flail. A largo number of the members
Wi re eq'itppcd in their new uniform. Ti e Club
was pr. ceded by a hum, nnd curried with thorn
the old campaign tings of lHi',0. Although but
ni wly reorgani.ed, it bids fair to become one of
the h adiug Clubs in tho pre-ent cumpt'gn. T'ley
meet temporarily in Suusom Street Hall. Tlio
roll is opened for the signatures of new members
after 1 o'clock in the uiti". noon.
A handsome Hag wns raised last evening at
Tweuiy-tirst nnd Thompson streets. Shcritr
Thump-on called the meeting to order, aud
James M. Freeman pr.-sided. Mr. Donlson, of
Loston, William M. Hull ami Thomas M. Cole
man. Fsqrs., of Philadelphia, wero among the
spiaU-r. l ho topic of tho addresses was the
eigiuly of labor. 1 he remarks of Mr. Colemaa
were uccived with much spnlnuse.
The friends of the L'nlon in the Third Con
gressional District will hold a Mass Meeting to
mailt, corner of f rank lord road and York streets,
Nineteenth Ward. Among ilu shakers on the
occasion are Hon. Leonard Mvers, 1(ijti. William
l Kelley, Hon. James Pollock, Hon. William b.
Mann, and others.
Cuptiiin Colbouu, a returned L!bby prisoner,
and several other distinguished speakers, will
address the public tins evening, at 8 o'clock,
at tho hull ot ihe Union League.
1 he loyal men ol the Twenlv-fotirth Ward will
meet this evening, at the hall, Market street, be
low Thbty-fourth, at 114 I". M , to proccd fro n
thence to Darby Koad, where ears will bo in
waiting to take them to the Mass Meeting at III110
lb Ii, k 'LgSlSsillg.
Our Jerscv friends are engaged in the prelimi
naries of a L'ongresilin.il Convent on, to bo hul l
at Hrldgcton on tho 2d of October. Delegatus
irom Camden county have bo -n electel, an I
two-thirds 01 them are opposed to 'ho renoinina
tion of John F. .st.nr, the pp's nt It 'preventative,
and in favor of a now man.
Bit.i.iARii Tovkm.mi:n 1. It has been la con
templation to postK)tie tho grand billiard tourna
ment for the championship of l'eunsylv.inlii,
shortly to take place In this city, in eousequonco
ol the interest now manifested In the approaching
political contest ; but at a mooting of the gentle
men who are to participate In the play, held this
morning, it was resolved that the toiiriistuuut
should take place at tho time previously an
bounced from tho 3d to the 1 lth prox. Quite
a largo number of season tickets havo already
been di-posod of, and a sutllc;ent sum guaranteed
to dilray ihe expenses of tho exhibition.
As an index to ilie zeal with which our citizens
ate conducting the campaign, we may state tuat
the receipts of some of the largest billiard saloons
have been materially damaged since tho opening
ui me uuupuigu. ine several political clubs
organized iu our midst have drawn withiu their
cliuruu d circle a majority of our youug men, aad
nightly they are to he found devoting their intel
ligence to the success of the great Union cause.
Hut a lew weeks will elapse before the struggle
shall be at an end, aud then the votaries uf this
beautiful sclentilic game eau "pocket" and
"carom" to their hearts' content.
Ai.l.i:onu Assaclt a.no Bati 1:11 v. Colonel
Frank Beach, the olllccr in churgc of Camp Cad
walader, had a hearing before Alderman Me-
Cuhcn yesterday on the charge of assault aud
battery on a Mrs. Brewer, tho wife of a soldier.
Mrs. Brewer testified that her husband enlisted un
Tuesday last at Third and York streets, uud re
ceived tho bounty of l iO; that after ho was
tnken np stairs to change his clothes, he throw
the bounty money out of the windo to her, and
told her to lake It home: that In tho afternoon
she visited the cumi), and was pointed out as tho
w ife of lirewer, and that the Colouel iu his tout
attempted to get the money. Sho resisted, und
h it the tint. The Colonel, as she savs, dir.x"ed
her husband to take tho money from" her, which
lie, under a threat of punishment, did. Tho bus.
band was then put in irons, and It is alleged was
ill uuoir IiliiilHbiuciit when last hcar.l from
At the heuring. Colonel Beach said that be h.iri
uuthi.rlty tor what ho hud done from the War
Escape and AnitEsr or a Mi iuttii:it
Jen nilah II. l)iiiin, alias Diusmoic, convicted at
T unkliuunock, Wyoininf county, of the niurd.tr
of a colored man, and who mado his esmipo from
the Shi nil of that county, in this city, on the nth
of September, was rearrested and brought here
lust night. This morning he was sent to Wyoming
Olllll V Jllll ,
Ui 11 ni.. The funeral of Father Mclaughlin,
of St. Aim's Church, took place yesterday. There
was a very huge attenduiice. High muss of re
quiem was ptrformed by Bishop Wood, "hud a
si rinon was pleached by him. 'flic church was
It iing iu mobriiing.anddhiicwuld'.s grand reqii'em
wits sung by a powerful choir, under tho direc
tion of Mr. Thuiins l Harkius.
D110wM.1t. Putt iek Loguo, lifieen years of
iv;e, was drowned in the cuuul at Fuiriiiount. ves
ictuuy. 1 ink llisixi.i-s Iviritor.Mr.Ni ox E1011111
1 ri 1 I. Tin- oM uiul well known thru of Me... 1. .lotin
"iitiy A Co ,lnn,i IJ.iiititii',1 with ii,u jiry (i,,oiii l. ale
ul 8 Sfei, nil slieet, lime lust oimplouj J a 8iacliu new
liiislia-... oilltici! ut Ko. W H. Kitihtb street, wliers, 01
Jbiiiilay nut, 11. c -jiali li.il.mt, they will oj.ea mio of lho
chuKt ami nu. l niin.iis .toek of Una ir-a OiigJ. In
il.;iili'l,..la. 'I iiiii new w aruliuiiie ha. been emiulr jcloil.
II Us ili-1'Uitu.ciil., wltli tliit'c-t relbrenee lo Ilia bu.t
rciiilrt U11.UO, ul ui li an astalilisbuient, anil, w-o ui.iyauy,
It'tlceta t-irilit as Bi-II ui'Oll Slessra. Clo.u Jt Nsn'iilt,
tie binbleli,, s up-OJ lis enlerpi isIq. ow.ii-i. aui
lr poet' rs. The liiuima llisir oi tlte tiuiiitiri: it
it iiingiilar iu im 111, airsni'd with tl.a la'esl linprovo
11. ants ol lubie counter-, ga-, and otucr Ustuios,
una, bv Ilie aid ui lour laiga iioitlietii skyngi,i, It
one n li.c icn-t cltci tb el Ibl'led stlcrii"in. iillieiby.
'1 liis, tu inuchsii'i ". Ill selecting similes of tires, go.nls
e-m iioly, 1. ol Un- utmost iiopoi-iMUi e. 01 11,0 it .i
envied ii nice gi nlleincii, tiM uiui n could tint lie .jot ;
tl.uiihli it Is nuiio iiiiucceiiiiiiy tu usuuu lliolr fm iu r
Innri'ii st' II- si i ri'irily. Mr. Loutcy's esiMirtcnee in tint
ln.il.cli ot bii.li e-s. Hlih'itish hu Is a ) oiing tuau. extend,
in vi a uiiaili r nl u century, during tiiiucii y. aia of w Ituli
l.c has 1,' en ll. c licit. I ul nu- 01 ui d big Ini.nu-.a at N.i. U
S. r-icina stoet. 'I tn-latter stand, we beneie. is sfili to
be luotn.u, d l fcl, si. L. A t o. as a in-uiich ol o.cir ouii.
urn. iue-h nil'ii'S luive alwsvs cm stuuli d a 1.11 ui it.
Sei laity nf tblh boii-c. ulnl tln n' sulKliur Usla m u,H
111 . HI I Until Is Inilvelsillb II k IIOM , Ood. Ill ailutliur
tolutiill ul olll paper to-iluv w 111 hi li'iiiul an ailll'iuoce
11 am 111 Itielr "ui'i iiu.g nu Mund.iv, wiilcli wu Culuuivjuj
tspiiiab; lu lUslUuiC'U vi VUWaJ; ivsvlvis.
If any of cur readers sulfer from defoc'ive
Ib'S'lhg, Imio.tr. U Sislil, Ttirnat IN-ri.p, ratarrli, or
A-tl tua. we Clrfrt ike 11 1 . ierue U . V01 Uj-lo.likar a
aiiverilstinf nt In thli 1 vi-iiing'a TKi.Riitui-ii, Tlss uttera
of actmpw-liMiatnrn'a ol' eii.ea rsnCilu -tl pi t rnrry 1 11'
ntn',,' ri'ni ii '.on ef Hi aliil: of (Ins i-inliidiiT Aur t Mn I
0 nll-t ; II ev are, I'lles t. 'r.On .i h ti vh 11 i-1,. ,r . T o nt
all fin tier cnmuinii! up iu Hi 111 weiiitl bi sur t.Iiiuuii.
Mhs. Whith's Oi.n Cloak.
UT TIIR BAKU Ol' TOWKR UAt.L.
(lneil Vti.tri title, with rn-mli il hnall
Ana anxious r rs. sin v, isl a clunk
W tii' ti on In r bin -hi ha-l uiit"iri'a'l,
A' 1 tun. 'II iwii.Ii e tetii'S .be ,miSi !
" I tils 1 teiili I 'Tn worn rive wlnti'm east,
A lli-n-il t-ii'li rtiailflni; .ti-le t suit
It l us in" Ii i'il wet. , lint ni . at la-l,
"i'is quite Tiern out, liovorul iliseuiel
" I bail senis pnri'o.p to liavp nimlo
Ki ni It an iniTi'imt fur S're'l,
Hut 'tis -,i old tliat I'm airat t
"1 woiii'i 11. t ti n. it 1 h tin, titne anil Uitcail.
It VMMt'O tiv bi'ltiir far to taiv
His ti"y a o w mat, 11111 ami stronf,
I'r'.m l owit Hsli. w tier tlll'V iu:iilv
l Iftliiiifc ihi cuai 1 hat laats no lutii. I
" As fur mysplf. tlU cloak, I fi'ar,
Mnt s.-r- e uiti vet aiielliiM m-.isnn,
htiii'i-all ttnuis iniw hiivi' riiwu no dear,
Aml'or ei'i'imtiiv I e n-asnii.
II I nor r 1 1 nl I "ilt I i.tu i-lonSs
t Ami ItiiTO tlii'V V i' si nfl insti f r plenty 1,
I'il 1 i'l u fnini tl'.i.ii -a-ii'.il In ks
llmt woillil i'IIIIh-i a entiilll 01 IWeiltvt
1 In prli-rs of ctetli lint Ii ive aitvaneoil. hat tn no ,nms
toilie cut' nt vi hh-li iiisiiv siieini-''. Our en. toni"i-s ai-n
a' i-eeatilv surtiriseil earli ilav hv rite fomnuriitlv ol, loiv
l-rlif- ill wleetivili s.-ll ni s f - . f as ' 111010. 11. ir ol'l
iii-tetiii rs tiHvi- lotii; situ e fniin,! out ttio ailvanr tin's
01 rniri-tinliiif tii. rlv tti.i.i t.o, 7. uewoiii's aroil.ilv
iltJeiiii-llii llirni. We Iui po mh-Ii a- lists- 11, a yot vlslttil
mn etc Ml'li-liuiellt to ilo so. w lit-llu r tlii'V dli'.' to p.ir-Uu.-ii
or le t. Tim't'H ll.vt l.,
No. SIS M.irSiM stro.'t.
tlKNNKrr A co.
Trie Vomr. Itm.wtr i.kik The rtltwir clerk
ibeises smiirllv ami vsearittlo .Mc('l.la.l.N nioil.tai'hnl
lie is a fileml nl a lilri'ctnr or a eou-tn of a larrfe Bhare
lintili'r. Ilii.lnrsa with film Is finite a aeenmlary oou
siili ratlnn. He du'n lit. Ilttlp trap door Ave rnlnittea
In l'nre lhi tlnn' ot slurtltiu tuMOre which the crowl have
In en siirTiHailiiii tor a hulf an hour, ami closiw It the
nilnute tlie ollli e cloek Indicate time up," and If T"U
wrri' unat'le toiM't 11 tlcki't tie snva. "Ihero alwaya will
bo aoinetinOy ltl." He will taau your inotiiiy ll you
unit a tli ai-t, lint Is noi Untile lor any mUialieA, lias no
Uuio lo attend to uilntaki-a now, or 10 recount chang'S
not to aii.-wrr 'tucsllnos ahoiit the tralnsi that Is uot hla
ileparllni'llt. mid red ni vou to ttio dally iaMira. Holt
"norry" lie ean't take nttiat note," hut would like to
hiivi' n ttrreiitiiiek. lulls odlce Ills usual amiability de
serts him. tits linen tishiii is beautifully smooth, hut Ills
tcniicr Is sadly rulHril, ptirtti marly to those wha do uot
patroule hlni dallv. To unuestina from a stiay traveler
about the price 01 a ticket, a lost pack nee, or a "ilroaJiul
ci'lll-ion." ne only stares or uln a a nod that mur express
yes" or 'no," lust as the poraiiu plean'S. outside ot
hlstritp door however, the rnllwitv clerk la as ohllnlnn
as most clerks, with this advanlaite, that lie la very good
lnoMtiK. itn's-es In "iiertect" taste, always ordering Ins
clothes made at Cms. Nrogi s sr Co.'i, undor the Con
tinental. In the heat uf summer tie lmv.a cool, and In
the depths or wlutor warm and cointortahle. Ha was
evlilenrl.v Intendisl hy nature its an orn nn-nt to a tea
party or bom to grace a plo-nlc aud not for m clerk on
the Onv-man iuid isiuiiU.', lullroail und Transportation
A Oiif vr Sfwino aoiiikk KsTAnr.tsHMRNT.
for Ibc pnr iim' of I'liriil-linig mure neciirati' lnt-tttgence
ri'.-pecUrig the relative merits of the various sewing
mat hbie evtatilliliiiu tits ni' tho. elt,wo yestt rday caliefl
at tl;i' wultihou.-o of tbe lirover A Bukor Coruiiany, No.
7iil 'tu-jpyut sli ml. Time uru inibitt!y low puraniia at all
fuinlllHi with tlio hUAlnflhs avenut'. nl' our elly who uro not
ai-'iuillnleil with lilts iirtai Icwltiii-lnucliiil' tmpjrlum. A
few woriis, hiiwcver, w ith rcKSi-d to Its advantages over
all rivals will nut In- iinuss a. an Item of Information :
Ttio capacious windows ol the house ara mainly devoted
to the oxhilil'liill of gu.iin-iits clalstrati'ly wrought by the
tlrovt-rc Bukor mae:uno On ent 'ting, tha visitor Is pre
sented with all tbe style nnd spleodor of a pataee. Tne
groiiiid tlanr, from tho yn-sily lueressed btislneis of tbla
house, Is now- w hiii y m-e'ipli d as a -salesroom and for cx
hitilong iina-hlncs, arid the rrnst irt etvb and llow of
eiiitninf i'l during our vlf.lt showed tbu. however apathetic
nisy be the business pulse tu souii' other drnartui-Jiits, tlis
sew lug taaif.ine trude, so tur as It concerns the" llrover
A llaai-r," la luiceai-livnihan ever. Korls this surprising
wtn-n tl.e siii'frlor exei Heme of tliem w irld-reiiovv ueJ
ll.striuiirnts Is consult red.
Anions the ttiousiiniisoriiroverjt V.aker M4ohln"s Pow
In use in this city atone, there Is p-ob,itiy not a.11 limirl
dnal who would I'xrhuBe this for any other tn use. To
spciify hi dotiill tha eiillni list ol advaicsges which thla
mucbinv pnssessf s fer a'l family purpose), wontil protne-t
tl ts urlli le to un endue lotie'h, though there are ionic fiw
tleit rsnni'l tH'overlonkeil.
Inttotlr-t place It mii-t tc borne In maid that tl.e
Crov er & baker t-'onuiiiny iiianul'iicliiri: both die ' Lock"
and tin "1,'iorc- ,( linlrr" rltilili Muehllics, uud tuat thay
Ictive to purebatcrs the widest privilcgo lu making sel a
ll' lia, . e , It ulti r glv lit nlie a f.lr Uiul tho oilier It pre.
lei red, ttie ext-li.iiice ts promptly and willingly ui itte. Tlw
work that oh her ot ilieaeuuiehuiss poi-i'urius la amarveto
atreegth uiul iie.iltic-s.
The giiiui'nta which wseiamlnod, as th y oams fram
the handt of lhi'roierutorsnbtt'i-Jay,eiimid atiythtngla
tliewai of artlsile neoitlo work that we have aver aevn
The pieelslon wtlh vvhleli the most ornate stitching Is per
formed, II - einllte nnd o'abornta emtirotdei-y whteh la
et cut cil b the I b over A linker fac hint s almie, as d s
ilii eil 011 va Ions garrin ills lor belies and ehltdren, and
Un- its ul .Ircisdi a nil i-liistit-ity of tli,- ssatua ma le. ulaeo
tlieie htriinii in-tar in nttisiice rf alt rivuls; ami It Is
net suiprl-itig, trfole. rhnt the work essenrpd 011
llii'se iiiuenines las tiecrr lallisl to take Uia lllgllcat
pieriiium w bi'tievi-i-nnd wlieiever i-xl.ihlied.
fin tlio sicoiid ito.r of ttio osubiishtiu-nt ara the
"liiftrintlnn" ami ' Htlt, lung ' tuin ihe 1 inner 00011-pii-s
tin- t'lii-siuit strei-i (runt, and is oneol the lnot eheer
fnl arid 110 ititig iiimruni ut, im iglualile, whore, under ilia
111 i-ral and pr.il.cwoildy rugulalioua of tlila cmupaily,
lailn s :i' st lli.crty to g 1 ut all hours of th-d.v, und
metre unit urU-m in the ine of Ihe ffsiring It ilnut
tirtiiiittituiri, trlo iher tiiitinlino I" juierlmne or not. This
generous and, ai it lata turned out. useful poliry. waa
adopted l.y ihc present intfriiilsllig agent of the nr.ivnr t,
llaker Coriit'any. .Mr. Kildv, In Is mi, in tho cilvol Balll
luore. und hue bevn since, we helieve, followed br some
oilier isirnjiaules At lh same tlujo auolln'r e tiia'ly' asoel
Hiil rule was iiil..Hi,i fur the bitiellt ol iiurehassis,
n.ilnely, s.lid lis iiiau-s Cumi'Slent to tc.ieli tj Ilie 1, o.
01 eiistanu-rs I ir Unit put pose, uud giving all re iul-ira
Ini-ltiii-tions tree of charge.
lu ailflliiou to the uilvaulaues here named, we may also
state thai even drov er Si llaker Sumo Marhlna sold la
ton eaufnl end kept lu perfect repair one year without
incuse to the purchaser.
1 n e
Htili-lilne-room Is a sort of Industrial iraltarv. whara
a tudy can luve mailetouraer In liie best at vie, a e im-
pu-te oiitnr in everything iicrtaimng to her wardrobe, at
tiiesh'uicat no-fce. Iluiidreds are availing theaisalvca of
tills gieat convenient-.
Hut we huve said luore than we Intended, and In eon
ebihion would simply request nil iier.oiit who wish to
procure the be-l Hewing Mat hoe In tin world, without
the lirobul'lllti-of ever regretting Uielr selection, to v isit
Uie t irovur A linker warerooiua. No. 7-'t0 Cbositut street.
"A Stitch in Tim. Sams Nink." This is a
good luolto at all lime., but it applies with special force In
purclia.big avwiiig machines, lor this reason buy the
"Florence, 'told at No. UIU f'heanilt street, t'hlhtdolphia,
In pri Terence to any etlu r. It la Hu best tewinl' maehlne
111 ine norm, anu IS to pronounced by hundreds
of the most prominent I'.iinlln's 111 the eitv, who n.iw
lime tl ein lu use. Kver.v riMchitiu sold la warra-itcd to
glv-easli.tiie-lun.orttiemonc.v will ho refunded. Suini.ruut
lninilleti, lu viirlous p'atiuii. of lho eonutrv, after trying
niunyolber mucliines, nave decided tbat tlie-'ITorence" i.,
beyond I'uiupurisoti, Uie butt taiuily iiiaeltitiu In lbs world.
Cllll lHlKN's CLOTIIIMI.
'the lun-e-t and b"st assnrlment In the eltv.
M. rlliol.uskl.lt aCti,, 0. 4 M . r.lshtb street.
riiinooitAi'iis, V.Nht iii'asm:) Stvlks, Artis
tienl ill exi'Cutfon. 11. K. hebnsi' s finned Ill'u-sUe Ph'ltO-
gruits In oil eol.irs, lio. vtyies. and t'nrtes de Visllct,
Dover lull to ilcise. Ku. it.'l Arch street.
IllOX llinsTUVIS, AX'll Ciikap HrsK, 11 iui,
nnd .Mots Matressas, ut W. Henry Patten's, Mo. 110s
l annum stri-cl.
Mits. M. fi. Ilnov, y " Metaphysical Dig.
eovity," kills Ilie root nl et erv disc nui. Pi-i.-o S',, n.tt
410 Arch H'ret'l. fscn utlvert'sciiieut lu anntliei' cnliimu.
Asthma, nuosf iiiTts, and nil diseases of the
Lune. iire snl'diicd al once to Jav uo't tipe tot.iut,
Hoorni's Am: ailts, Soitukist Coksiik
or Tiuun ami t ut -s l T 81 in 1 Ts lieii'Jt men of reilned
ta-te iiatrnnie tl.it ret hen he esuhUshtttent, irom tbe
li't-t tl.ut uui. lullcrated Li-iiurs only are told oil Uiii
Murl.els by Tt'letrinpli.
Ki.w Yoiik, Sep'einber 1!!. Flour 21 cents
lOVS 1 1 : -a.es .it'.' "' Ii. ill ;s. M,li..,S',l e.'l; I Ii .. $ ,l l
ml.. S i,, 1. tin, til .11:.. ',i,c.i,-, u'tii. Ivwx.r; sales
nt,'ti....ri..!,l. I'uiu ,li !l i smrill siil. s, ll.-,. ,lnli. pjik
ll. ,. .. ul - ll'.. II '.. I.alildilll. W I.IkK V .In il.
Kkw Yoiik, September '.'I. Storks are lower.
1 '. 1 n. at it lit. 1 1-1 ,1 mil. bsi 1 : f 'iniilii r innl ',.;!. nr.'.
It rr. tl, '..', : II ill--Is, I 'clil l;il, I -1 '4 ; .M n tii.-iiu st.-iittn'i 11,
7 ,: .x.iv v ..ik 1 .-i ti ..1. 11 . bt ii.n.ig. l.-j; Hudmu
ItiMi- ll l .11 n il l'u.. :i.', Mi.- .im I,., t.iic, oi;
Oi l le.i, 1 vrl'tu it . . vi ; Tre i- rv 7 11, b.l: I ive-'l,-...ic
t. 1... mi',, tt..t,n lis, lu;-,; It gistcre.l,
1- , li" d. since lb.- Hoard, 'JoJ.
Uvi.'iiMoitK, Septeiiiher 21. Ilusiness Is nt a
st:iii,l--t II 111 c 'U-e.iii.-nce -it tin' .I.-cIim' 111 gultl. tirani
e cue ..i 4. ai 1 1 tin- ,n, .- arc i.i'in'n.-il. I to'ir 1. uccIih led
li. ni .irj uiii.. rilnc, ilo s,',.o-l. w in.ky Juio.) all si.
LATCST 21RlE IXmUtsEXCE.
CI.EAKED TUIts MOUNIttU.
Stcanihliip h.ixtin, Matbewt, li-iston. It. Wlttsnr A Co.
ling bli.il, Api'iNiitc. lunifs hue.. I. I;, lialey Co.
lltig 'I iherlss, illnii', l leuiuc.o,, tl. I', f 'i.iBu il t'j.
S. I-1 II Mliii-'s, t I'liini-l-.n, ltc..ur''-rt. I. S s'.ets-iu A Co.
hi In t W . I'm pen: el-, l.dvuu .Is, luih. K. A. Sunder .V; 1 'o.
Sel r J hstlci tit 11 aite . buns. Wash tig 1011, Tyler & Co.
K. nr Hint e. bohln u, llusi'ili, W. UuuUT Jr , & Co.
"al.r 0. M. I'eibl. f,.iik. It.i.l do.
tv In A. 11. Klug (new 1, Snii,i r, ijuiury Point, I'-.UIn.
aRIIIVKD THIS) MOIININU.
Slap Retiaslonol, S.n In, 1 . du.is Horn Habile Point. In
b.illi.t lo J I.. I1.1 le.v A 1 ...
hci.r r. st. t'srier, 'I inst, b days from Wareham, lu bul
bi.i lo J. I. lliiilt 1 at 10.
hi In lb 111 y , IM.I..U, J day t IMUI Kcvv York. In bslltst
O M IVItlt, ( birk, d.ij bum llultluui-o. lu bui
lt . Hunter, Jr., A Co -4
hobrT.P. M. i'.iiiey. .niK,r.,iii, i i.lv fwl catriaea
c ,1b gralutuJam.dTl .rr .il ' VM V" ''',VU
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Ortna or th r.vRmre Tn.raara,l
Sstuidsy, Hapietmliaf sl.
Oold hat aram declined 0(176 per e-nt., opealns;
at 212; fell of and sold at 2101 at 11 o'clock ; 28
at 12; and 20 ,4 at 12-1 The effect of this raped
decline ts to lower pr log for all kinds of merchant
d ae and prodnee. The wholesale trado of the
country Is therefore Tory qttlet, and specnlatorf
of all kinds ire compelled 10 operate for a fall.
The S ock Marku ii rcry dull and dopreaaed
this morning, and prices have agsJn declined. Ia
Government bonds there Is yery little doing, but
prices arc steady, with tales of 6-20 al 10 ltfa
m, coupons otr; 7'3ns at 110; url Gt oflKSl at
Itailroad sliarea aro ery heyy tad lower,
wlihsnlesof n.dinatfi2tr611; rr:nsy!anits
Ha Iroad at 714 ; Utile Rchuyikill at t:,(t 16 ; and
Camden ft Amlxiy at 167; 35 waf. bid for Catsv
wissa pn fcrred ; 31 Tor Philadelphia and Krle
and 17 for .nt Island. tj
There it uot mucti doing In C;l Oil tharct,
but prices nre steady, with sa'es of mioeral oil to
notice at 22; Densmoro at 11; Rock Od 4 ;
Mcriintuckb'4, nnl Irving at 7j ; which is a (light
City Passenger IUilway shares continue very
dull, nnd there is little or nothing doing; 70 wac
hid for Second and Third; 11 for Arch; and 26
for (iiinrd Collepo.
There Is no material change to notice :n Btnk
shares; 101 was bid for North America; 131 for
Philadelphia; So for Commercial ;C7 for Northern
Litanies; 2!) for Mechanics'; 7H4 for Kensington;
114 for I'cnn Township; and 27 i for M mulactu
rcrs' aud Mechanics'.
Canal shares are dull and lower; 3! WJJ bid for
Schuylkill Naviguioa cotnraaa, aid 3') for pre
ferred ; 20 was bid for Susquehanna Canal bo'ids.
There Is not rnnch demand for money, nnd the
rates remain about the same as lust quoted; loans
un call ant offered at GCft'7 per coni. per auuum ;
best pajver is selling at 'a li per cent.
A despatch from Waahingum this mora log
snys : The subscriptions to tbe new 7 30 loan for
the past two days, as reported at the Treasury
Department, amounts to $1,701,000; thus far the
entire amount subscribed la g'W.WI.OOO.
rUILAOKLrUI A STOXIK BXUII ANUat SlLKd, 9CPT. 1.
Keporled by Clarksoa A Co., Broitars, X. HI 9. Hurtl It.
von sl He lis mora
100 .h B-a.l'ng H...., tV.t
wo sb do ej
S-si in Rweeisior Oil . I A-tl
4'i th .Mi't'Uoio k..ij est
;lih liu.lOrts-k..... ,
Ml to Uig Taut 3'4
Cisi sh do
n o .a io 013 11
SMI tn I ni.-n l'i t 2 :
lislsh t'aixell Oil ... U
It.sith klrlllicniiy ... 7
li"j tu Od Creek
f .cnn it. s. s. fll Iu7),'
$::iii. I), s.o o..'oiiotr.if..ii,
t -o do couu olf. ICi.
siiso do. ..coup otr lot u
$isi IT. H 7 lu .a.Ail.lltl
f.stsi t:iies'k At uiit.li..')
;$ ;t i 0 Sits. 1 'an. bits ..c lid
HKSiC Act K-J lei
t.'H do m. at. ill
.'siliHh KuKoaCoal. ...
'Jut) ill do
HO sh renn )(i...k l
PI sh M"iisl Oil .... 3",'
.'SI sh Ho. Oil i-i .
IIS) in IrensraoreOU.. II '
AthCara m Ata..,.17
W'sh Lit Hob II r,X .
HO SB do t 0 4fi
"1 so Bca.1. tt.it.. Us9 tr." ,
lislth .to rtll's
I'SVsri do...bs- s-jAaius.
Id - v
f.foll. II T. In... 80
fitsaicav lis, oltl lot)
SIMS, city St. new MM.
..Sluts) do.niuulclpal ltV
UWPenn.m.tHs..t5. tH '",
's) th McJllutoek..bi St , I
III in e.nn. I. Ill
PKICK8 OF STOCKS ITX NEW TORS.
Jteportcd by Clarktot Co., Brokers, No. 121 R. Tblrl St,
, . nest Cat. AtCS4 Omtl.
cu11.11 nia.r h, loni.int orr.....lul OKI
Kis s Island fla an 4 kid
Kewltng llsllr.al 1 11 hid
llbnoit (teteral Ksllrcad ., bid
daw Vat k Cencral llailruad 114 b d
t rie llaproad 101 kid
lluc-on ita-lroad nvr 0ia
tlold mo'; Ot 1
T iul"d 8ia.et 5-JOt loo1,' hid
Y.Vi tales '
' .. 1M
(iuotiiticns of Q. ild at the Philadelphia Gold
Exchange, No.31 8. Tuird street, second story : .
1'4 A. M 212 12 M 208 .
II A. M 2101 1 P. M m
Jay Ciiokc Co. qno'e Govcrnmrat Becurl
tica, &c, to a yon to-duy , as follows :
TT.W81 -.TXT "Wi
V. S. 7 a-ION. ilea 100 110
C'ertilieatci of Indebtedness, nesr.s. IH 9i
tjuarrermujitor's Vouchers.. ........ 91 92
(iold vtx) 2f5
o-2o linn. Is lora not 1
De IIavi-s C110., No.
20 6. Third street,
quote as follows
American Silver, 4 a and i's.
. VifO 1402,
iJimesunii it ail Dimes.
1 ( a
170 .. .
1 itil. 1-S dla.
1 eiiD. t. urrt ney
New York Exchange 1-10 par.
Quotations of the prtacipai Coal and Coal 0U
tucks at 1 o'clock to-dsj ;
J) id Ait. l
.. a 11 11 tier ccal
Big Mounialii Coal. ..
K.V t Mi.l.l.ial..l.'
Oreen Mi. Ci ai.... t
N larbnivdalo .... 3
New (Viek 1
y.'etier I lain Coal. '1
Ifi Keystone Ztat.... IV
PJ lentmor ....ll
o.'i Oaaeliotf ttU
3 Ucilliaiiuy (V
I V U"i'i ts OU 3
1 (cnistead 3k,'
3 1 1'aOoJeuaa Cauuts 'a'4
17 iKsbert jjj
I'. 1 Huge Island 1
'. klvry rarsa
Vt Bruuer Im
IS kxcelslorOi! 1
ti's big Tank t't
S -Continent! 3V4
4. laireU J
i si Aiegheujr Kivtf.. ..
1 ICurun 3
Clinton Coal I
American kaolin.. 2Vi
IV1111 Mining lu
Oil i 'T.ck a
Maple sih.de Oll,.17V
reimtv Ivania l'at..
1 il'hila A oil (reek.. 1
.1 1 Hull Creek.
114 Hock Oil
Vt II obe
7 '4 tipper Ccouos
Howe s kgilyO I..
in no. U l
Papa I arm OU....
The folbiwiuc nre the receipts of Flour and
Orulu at Ibis port to-day : Flour,- UD0 bide. 1
W heat, 8(100 bushels; Corn, 2d?9 bushels ; Oaia.
The New York Tribune, this mornlnR, says :
"Money Is nhundunt among Stock houses at '
7 )a-r cent., and more has been off rid than could
be used ut the quota Ion. Commercial paper s
limy he quoted at Ho1!) for bankers, and lOfri'I'J
for dry-goods and grocery bills. Thcrs ara .
symptoms of a panic iu ine rihundiic, nnd as a
1 111 1 1 1 nl consequctice an aversion to buy paper, ,
based upon goods boupbt with gold, at 2'Ai'2M0.
Day by day consumers becomo more prudent,
aud it is uuvv cuiicrdcd that the enormous rat
ports of this year can only pass into consumption
at a reduction fatal to the fortunes of m .nv im
porters and jobbers. The bubble in prices based
upon the theory thatthe premium ou gold exactly
represented the depreciation in legal-tender no'e.4 -tins
been pricked, uud the fortunes uiiide by the
tidy. un e. lu gold are fast disuppearicg.
PII I a-jl DELPHI TRADE KCPOBf.
Sati riiay, September 21. Cotton is dull, and
prices nominal, nt l 'iO for middling.
There is very littlo Quercitron Uark In market;
a sale of "0 hhds. at i ui per ton.
Groceries all have a downward tendency.
Provisions aro luactlvc.
C'lovcrsccd is in small stuck, and it ranges from
trld to sit y CI lbs, at which there have been
small sules. Timothy is held with increased
liniiiiess at 7(7"i5 IJ ' bushel. A sa'.e of 100
bushels of Flaxseed was made at tjfMij.
There is no life at all in the Flour Market, and
the only sales muking are to the trade ut ' 10-50
(10 7i If bbl. for superfine, Stllfji 11-25 for
extra, and frli-7-5c.l- o0 for extra family, and
fancy brands at a higher figure. Nothing doing
in Hye Flour or Corn Meal.
Tho Wheat Market Is dull and prices are nomi
nal, with sales at $2'3.5((t2 W for old Pennsylva
nia red, $2-4 t2 o0 for new do., and Si-jOo?
2-52 Tor Southern do. White in held at 2-C0i.
2 05. , . ,
Ityo sold In a small way at ftl-SOfS 1-81.
Corn Is dull and prices lower; a sale of yellow ;
was made at frl-os, aud so.) buhcU hit at 1 7i
OaU are in good deuiuud al 084c. for uew, aad
92e. for old. f
llarley and llailcy Malt are dull and noniiu'-
Whisky dull, und prices have dacllacd ;
sales at T-bO(fel-t3, fc-eurally held M "