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RICHMOXD PAPERS OF SITIBDAT.
JEFF. DAVIS FIERCELY
H His Interferences Bringing
Us to Grief."
"HIS SPEECH UNPLEASANT."
MIt is in Bad Tasto and Worso
BIS rNCEXTLEMWLY EPITIIEri
About the " Dcpertcr" Statement.
BATTLE OP DARBY TOWN.
CENERAL LEE'S REPORT.
BICHMOND IN ADVERSITY.
Jefferson Davis in tho Robol
TEE BATTLE AT SALTVILLE.
MILITARY IMPRESSMENT OF
Kle-, Ktc, Etv., Etc., E13., Elo., Ee.
We have received Richmond papers covering
dates from tlic Gib to tho 8tU instant, from whk-tj
We tuko tbc following :
Th liteninerei Mr. DmiIh linn honn,
We hnr.ard little in say ing that tlie speech of
the Prceidcnt at Miem la not snob, an the public
bad a right te expect frra Mr. Davis at this criti
cal junciure of onr affairs. The lca-( tlie Piosi
dml lays abuut the late campaign in Georgia the
tetter, lie ban shocked the country and tho
army already enough by what bits transpired
ander hie dirtctlon, to spare lliem a detcose of
lie policy. The evidence accumulates that hid
JobuMou been retained in oomniar.il of the Ten
nessee army, Atlanta would not only have been
laved, but Sherman's hosts would have b en
detttoyed. In the very plncb of bis campaign,
in the very vintage timuot victory, iho President,
wiitout i. no word of warning or remoiisiran e,
removed ".hat old und skiltul General" from tho
army. Sherman in his report of his opcralons
beUire Ailanu prtaents the reader with the sequel.
These periodical iutirlciciicts of tho President
are fast bringing Us to irricf, supping the co ill
it rice of both people aud urmy in hi wisdom,
encouraging our enemies, and paving the way f.r
what we ebodtler to reU. rt umi. His tours to
the Went aro usually tho pi eludes of disaster.
Bis consultation with Biagg and Johnston In
1802, ending with bis ordenng twelve thousand
to Vickfc burg against ih' prtittstof tlie.se (I'li'inN,
kit as the battle of MurtreosiHiro and mad.',
atmctmn of Rosecrans' army. Ill visit in ls!)
ohnotd Hmrg's army in trout of Grant at Cnatta
riougu, by sending Lonf street wnn twenty-iivo
thousand rueii on u strategic errand to Kaox
ville. perp trats d the terrible ulsmer of Mission
, ary Ridge, where the Army of Tennessee cuuie
High In lug annihilated.
The President is again on his travels to ''confer
with the generals." M iy God deliver tu thi4
tune from ihe dispensation which tlie past teaches
Ob to ailiii ipuUi. MotUyoiiierii M ul.
Auvtlitr frlllrlsiui of li'rltlent DavI'I
Some portions of tbe Hpecch of the President,
dehvrifdnt Macon, are unworthy of him, andgive
evidence of had taste und worse temper, rl.s
covert allusion to tlie great soldier ho dsgraccd
ao far as bis olHeiul acilon could effect that end
are indelicate, ill-timed, and reprehendoie. Tuny
are not in keeping with the oignlikd silence of
the nan who has not, ho tar an the public kn iw,
ue rtd one word of complaint. It may he ddli
tolt even ior the President to make a m ij ority of
his fellow-citiiU'ns bel:eve twit Johnston was
incapable ot "sinking an honest and niauiy blow
for Atlanta." Many '-an honest" and many "a
aianiy hlow" did he give, as the forty-live thou
und Yankees kiiled or hurt Je oombul, in tiio
advance to Atlanta, would testify. II iu let tins
If we were illspo. ,1 lo act tho censor further
we might add that the term "scoundrel," spoiled
to ilium who bad unsrepreantd the Pro-ident's
omcial fcciion, must liuvo laikb straugoly tipou
tbe tars of a large audience of ladies aud gentle
anen aM-embled lu a church to hear the highest
civil dignitary in the land disc oitrso upjn puolic
tonics uud the t ite ol the countiy !
The am. ounc ino.it by ih 1'iesident that two
thirds of the army are nb cut lioin the li. ld, the
lnot of them without le .ve, will lake tnu country
by fcuiptir. W'hi.t could not tiime men ace un
pliNb now if they were in tbe Hue of duty !
l.ymhburg I ugituan.
I. it iv t Witr .
TUE BATiLK Of ll.MUIYTnWN i'HE VNK.i:i:S
UUVKATKn AMI 1III1VKN FOl'H MILKS.
TrM U4 Ksantihtii OctuUr 8
Yesterday piornlng liroko npon one of those
clear, bright tlaya ol autumn which are the glory
of tbe declining year. I bu Yankee b st, forty
thou mind strong, lay encamped ou the north side
of James river, the main body in the neighbor
hood of J-'olt Harrison, u u miles utlie iit of
RlcJimond, the loth ( llu m y's) Army Oorpi and
Kaula'a cavalry being live uud a ball'miioa u.mior
tbe city, and In pol'iun between the UarhyioA'u
and Clntrles City roads.
With the brut curly light General Gary's
Brigade of Citvaliy mid n c.inxidoraiile force of
our infantry Ftiuik thetnemy's right, renting ou
tbe t'lianeo City road, ut a point from to iruud a
hall loUve mlli'N Iroin tiio city. The Yankee
were eoinpli tcly surprised, and with littlo re-t-miee
Hi d into their mtrri cl, incuts, u shorr dis
tance in their icov. iUre they were in ttrong
force and irt pr-d for u desperalo rc-Utance;
but our troepi-, followiiifr up their lirst bluw
with great impttno-ity, curled the worlti and
drove the unkeos out, t aptunos niae pidee.s of
cannon, one hundred artillery horses, and several
(Icnernl Gary by this time bud KmU on the
Ilia, and tta. driving him aheud of the infantry.
Our infantty coimnucd to press the 10th Coips
bark. Our troops then pressed forward towar d
a second line ot the enemy's intrenchtnents, wlih-li
was carried after a sharp contest, aud the eudiuy
routed aud pursued some distance t'ward. J' r,
liarrison, when our men being muck fatigued by
the heavy work ol the day, e:c withdrawn li':n
the pursuit to tao cninj' ' line of iutreuthtU'.".ts
The battle, so far, baj .died uajj i:i0' glory upon
our tiooi's, jt;t a frt.u ti niti.pii wad ia i efoi vo lor
them. 1'hc- enemy, m tne course ol" an boor o
two, laving l.fun rupidiy reudon-jd lioin tli
grand urmyut lt liarrison, advanced witu c.u
lidcncc to tho recuptuie t t tboir io.mer p'isriou.
Tbey wire, i.ft.r a loop aud desperate liglit,
repulted with t reat siuugliUr. and as ti'.it e.o.e 1
iu wo held all the ground wo had t ikeu.
Ibis was a most sanguinary battle U tli" Yia
ktes, tLe loss talluitr b. svtly, ss t:ui a!, upon C i
t. e. Wc are not prenand to make au estimate i f
their loss either iu kmcd or pnn,.iie.s. Tiro I um
ber Ot piisOnt is who bate as yet arive 4 in the
city is small, our Hoops being during tlie clay
otherwise occupied. The only prisoner of note
we have tcin is Ouptam Ascii?, (n n. ral Knut s1
Ad.iutaut-Genera1, who was captured by bcrgnui
Mew, ot Gary's brigade.
Our loss, we lctru irom a!! sotircej, was v tj
stiiall as c mpiired with (list of tlie enemy,
Among our lulled wui tho guilaul Lriv't li.-r-Oencral
Joim Oreptr.ol Tcvas; llritralidr-Uene-ral
lliatton, of South Caroaua, is a so icp .itia
kcteit ly wt.undcil.
Colonel Haskell iJ seriousiy wottudoj, ani has
been I rought lo this ciiy.
lu complimenting the stead v valor of our troop
in this bltle, too lunch cannot be said for 'ul
.lablug Geiietai Gary und bis rivalry. Thee
drove that Dutcbmun Kaulz before them (ioiu
the start, and uever allowed blm a pause until the
M0 ot the tigltt.
OBNltRiL Lf f's nrru iai. iihio.t r.r tiih BATTTH
or v i i r h u v.
At a la'e hur .t tight, 't r the aVive a
fconf was wrr ten, an ctlienl dispa-'h win
reelvid from d. u.rsl lee, n lnh atates 'ht
jestentar morn tig m ral A .U r'nn atttw k.'d
the en my ru ibu (.'larh.vi , ro 4 and drove
tbfru out of two ltni" of ii reuehmeuta, c ip.
tu'ing ten (10) p.etea of i nun n, wi'ri a I th 'ir
ca s nrr und hor-e, and a n i'n1 r of pru m
We then oriive the eintnv to the Niw in k t
ra , WD' n , titii Ing them stroiwly lortitiei, we
did in t ptvs then. Our H i- v rr ni t.i ; Hid
enemy's nrknnwn. lh r.iv-j (Ktisral O g;
dkd at tLe head vt bis ir-.
TDK ci i v TH- I f,ltlV y.
The city was nnnu .lly U "t yeatenlay. Owi'ig
to the dl-eivion of the n.d, liorn ou-:i'sti.i
norrii a't, seiri-e y n aounl of the uo -fir-.tr
b t e brkrihe Biiline of ib" air. A iont.il
o'cineh 1'. M as t e sun wji seitlng In g ave ins
0. stite and golden e tonus, the ('a . ol M lam
i r.M'nti'd a seine as aweet an I p aei ful eye
cou d wiah to rest niain, and t 'iico wis u c n
n ciliary It, deed nou tb Idea tlie Yankees nev. r
cen t to reacD aud pub'tn, ih it Kl.ili uon I Is
i ally und nightly tho sernc of the wildest cxelrc
n nt and panic. I-arge cr i vds of cititens and
gsj ly drtaHed lHdl s and chil Iron hail ass.vn'il u,
at o with f. rlitii'a of the pr. .roundest k untv
prtmrnatbd to the dclighttnl strains of tiio
A inory Hand, and onl with departure of d ty.
Dgtit did tue trods disp rse,
There was a ret ort of a fih: on tbe Petersburg
line yestcrcay. whieh wc ibscn IP.
it what we hear he tiue, tjoueral Lee ha, by
'on e vi ty recent ditching, so checKmsao.t Grant
at I'cter burg es to tnr, bim lo transfer bis
ai t.vl y to this side of Jatnis n.-er.
R A 11 DAN nillDOi; Ht'KVT.
An nfllcial despitch from Oordonsvllln last
night atali s lint i Yankee rava'rv force yesferd v
taint the railroad bridge over tbe Uijildau
ana made their escape.
ruoM ti:b vai.lk.y shkhihan iw ri't.i, nnrKmr.
An olllcial deaputeh from Geucr.il Karly, d ited
thtfitti, und nceivetl here yesr. rday, aiiinni i.vs
that " Mieridan's whole force ro.umeuce.l tailing
back down the Talley last niirht ai mg no pike."
New for .mother race over (ids f.nuous valley
tra k ! Wo have for some days expressed t io
belief that ihut would bo tho i .suit of this Val.ey
from ttouTitrny vmaiNtA.
Yankee papers announ"e that th'ir troops ara
rehuilding the Manassas Gip and Oiangaand
A'candna railroads. We arc not Informed for
what that ex pensive work Is helng tindertiittcn,
unless it may be that Sheridan is disposed to try
hia fortune by a raid into Virsini t In the direction
of Gordonsviilc. Aulcrvapl.iiu9ib.uD he have tried
this route aud tailed.
FounEHT STir.T, i onn carei r.
Advices from Forrest to the fith Inst, bring ns
tbc intelligence thai hi had eo upietoly destroyed
tbe AlalMiinaaiid Tennessee rai.road from Krauk
Im to Decatur, and had ctptined three hu idr. d
prlstrntrs, lour gnns, seven luindrcd horses, and
twenty -live bni.drid small arnis, together with a
thousand ni groes.
This is, when vii wed in every aspect, one of
l'orre.'t's most important ra di.
TUT. 11ATTLB AT SAT.TVII.LE.
Tbe Lynchburg I irilnia,i says the battle com
menced early in tbe day. Our position was well
taken in an open Hold, ncir Sa.tvllle. lien', Irom
nis n until dark, the Yankies r.:)eateilly chvirged
our position; but wore nwi.ed wi'tt sueu a
witl eiir.g lire as to be each time coiiijiclled to fa I
hack In conlnslon, and wub heavy loss. Ac night
fail tbe battle ceased, and ut id it clock th it night
tho enemy commented rem a i' g, going tUr ougu
Tl.cmpson's Puss, oil the suui.i road Usm winch
tl ey advuncesl, leaving their .l"ad and s nn.i of
their wounded ou tbe lield ; but c trryiut oj'sticb
of tho wounded as could ho moved.
The total loss of the K- s rves was eighteen,
killid, seventy-one ivonn l.il, and twenty-one
missing. The regular rc-ln,etits lost ttil."y n.ne
wom ded, none killed.
The men detuiled to hury the Ynkeo don t
bul led ore hundred and six whites a id one hun
dred and tifty-ticvtn negroes, hnt gentlemen who
visited the held on Wednesday assure us Mat
numbers of the dead, both white und nlurk, aro
ami untiuried. They tliink tint thes.' will rearb
tilty or sixty In number, wnlcu would unite tbe
Yankee killed upaida ofthrea hundred. There
are tighiy-six wounded Yankees in the bos mt tl
nt Kmory, among ihem liitgul er-Genor .1 Tr.u
Ben, of Kentucky, supposed to be mortally
wounded, who is said to ho a i no her of GeneriU
Kog. r Hanson, who was killed la tbe Ooui'ed.j
rnle sciviee. A gentleman woo converse 1 with
tlie General tells us that ho puts the Yankee loss
nt otic thousand to twelve hundred, wuieh we
nre inclined to believe is ail uud.'resii na:o.
There are also included auio-'jj the wonnded six
Our forces were eommnndod on the field by
General A. K. (Jackson. Gun. r.tls iireckiuri Ige
and Kchuls were also on tbe field after the tiUt
bud progressed sometime.
A soon as the retreat of the enemy w.is dis
covered pursuit was comniem ed by our iviv tlry,
but with wbatruercss has not neen learned. TU. ru
was a rtport nt Sultvillc Wc inday night tint
onr troops had overtaken 'hefi at the KUiUu Is,
thirty miles from the bat lo field, and cp ure I
five hundred prisoners. This report, however,
needs continuation. Tho en. my had only throe
pieces of artillery, and lhee arc. repor.ed to have
fallen into the bunds of Colonel Giltner, who is
conducting the puisuit.
The enemy ou their ro'rct' threw away gans,
pl-toW, sWoiils, kVinu.aut.iuU. oveicouts, knap
tacks, h?.., in tho gieaust pioi'usion. Tbe ro id
from tho battle tieid t- with n three m le of
Thompson's Pass, thitty nu'ei from the battle
tieid, was literally strewn wall these articles. A
large number of pack mules were abandoaod and
fell Into our bunds...
tin portion of the salt w.-.r'rswere reached by
the enemy. Tbey were met Pi an open tlo.d and
dtfeated in a pitched bail u hv one-fifth tb jir
numbers, and it will be long, we prodict, before
1. nothcr ntteuipt is irmi.'. 'o ci, turo these import
Klt'timnntl I.ortil llrnH,
El. it UN oFTitR l'RKNiinaja President DivU
returned to tho capital yei play m truing ou tbo
I'eiersbnrg train, troin bis visit to tho S iut i and
tbe army of the Hoiithwes . Ue returua in good
health and excclleut spirits, mid speaks wuh cou
lidenee of the linal result in Georgia.
'i MB l'KKHIUKNT HCVIKIVIMI G EH KRVL JoifN-
bto.n'hOi.u Army. The editor of this paper has
received a private letter, d-ted September 2i,
tioui ii n ollicer iu the uii.it , eonUiuing the fol
lowing item :
Tin President reviewed I '.c triKips in bivoua;
to-day. and some of the men In Cheatham's aud
Hates' Divisions culled ou' in loin to scud John
ston back, and proposed mm ;uve three cheers
for "old Joe "
Tl.c writer al o states th f. t'u olllcors having
received information ti nt s tuo such deaioastra
nonwastobe umd", issued orders prouioltiug
it, und threutt ning to piini-h I1 e olctiders. Some
i.t the men, however, were li ild enough to sol thu
Older ut finance. M,n-on (-'tru derate,
PuisosrRM ooino hoi in. Thirteen tiuiulrod
Yankee prisoners were suuted MimhwurJ yoster
i.':.y Uiotnit'-', uud i. lite tin .tin .1 more will lolluvv
tins morning, under gnar i o' a d itacuiucut of
item tes detailed to neeoin . iy them.
Among our wouatied ei I -ns who received
line viounds Iu ilio ri.er i .i-.otitig In Virginia,
is J'owbatun Wcislger, the nell-ktiotvn batter,
Maiu slntt, v.ho rtciivt'd a severe wound in u
cuvulry tight ut Water bridge on tho 25th ultimo.
The Mono Ivi-iti smKxr btsiXKSs. Yester
day was a day of real exciicuieut atuor.g the a'j'e
honied mule neyro population, bond and free, lu
rousC'iiu-Lcc of au order impro-sltig them for
deli n.-e purposes. There was no pruinulgati
bl thu order, and the nt f roes were taken unawares
t n tl:e street, et the ma; Let, from the shops, and
at every point wliv-re they woro found doing tne
ernti ds of tht tinelti s or their masters and iu in
to s-m. At an early boar tlie uegrocj begau to
si a. IL sou.c tiling tut Lew ind, and rolling the whites
ot tl. ur eyes, began to bi take themselves to in
t.iio.s iii-.t! the mere secluded telrtatso' tlif negio
d. 1 tl iwii towu. At noon au uble-bo linl negro,
s..vi tliOst- tinder escort ol tlieimpri.-ii.ti.tguaid-,
was a mm at i upon tho streets, lu sumo in
stances the impiosmem Bfifuta ai Ud with rotn
n c: t'.abio luaistretion, matching the i.egro fiom
the r..uti.etiLg of Us masti r and leavin the tuar
lt. ting to take cure ol itsi If ; takitig the negiotiom
liisj urh on the cart uud leaving the fart drivor.
Ii -d I i.bii.d. Cattle Tuundrr was made tlie tem
porary depot of tho negroes, and they weio etU
ii in '.hem eto the point where tbuv w :rc no-ded.
N twiihstan.iieg tbo sodden nd stiin'uuv
manner of their taUiug til, the negroe were in
. ul.ilant spirits, and un$ and bailooJ ou th-ir
way thr. ub the stieet... A few of tho'e im
j resold, wbo.e impressment Kit thiir owners or
tiiipli.teis dtsl.lutc tf Lel., Wire tileased upmi
itp.i-eutation to that cil.it liein tua le to die
f.'ovtincr; hut the print bit'k will l a made to tin
The country a ertiee forthe r.cut few riavs, which
f atr'otic citirei.f shonid not begrudgo forthe lUe
id the cctnmoli cause.
llattlo neur nirbiooatt llio Mt.ntllitn.
1'iotii iht e 'taioij t. 1'j'i.oiei , f tsb'r S.
A I altle was fought near to itirhniot.il u jos.
,'erJay luoiuiug. It was a sigual victory f.,r toe
tvultdcrute aims. '1 he imuitdiate cause of thu
Colli'sion was an establishment of tho enemy much
too m.sJr our liues. They gained the foothold on
.Sutur.la l td th tittle atUlr alter which aa
ait'l r.ry (' eer w srA'S ed ty Ids 'airi r In
rai V to at e;i g ao 'i"v tic s i'l n.'i r'ti or
bi lirc. Ont as t'ny the e. rmv int ut to
b ifiilei tf :n at, try and a . y of cavalry onho
1) ri;to. n road, unt , ih y ..rrnel . In i fa I
vii w ot on hi til"
T '. illi ir lu.midatly iu command opined
up n thin witii heavy arL,.li r ui.d easili oro.
1 1 1 li o. I ot ii . Hut Li- w t t tui . x p ndiiure
ot Ut t'Org a am to u i, it oa l)c;u i s .e.li.y can -ke.l
tyb'- inniii-.o -upi ri.r. tue om i.iy -t .,.,1 il
in ih. ir it r. nt, v en- n i ,fo' c tl, ui I imew n j te
Coi Ids Wi rkmg hy nay und n g it, uud uuoi
lenus'ed lit t e fli.' .ni- nrtlbryoii .nrbri''.
tin) loon p. t themselves v. ry strongly intrenebe.l
ill. i, n ti e t. mi a u nt mi es of t'l i cny l.i -ue
mrnn'iiiie. tiinnt nioted over b'-avy for et to .ha,
tiertl.t rii It nit m.d trirew one eor(.s oir. lo the
iu. per ot h.s nu- uNa.
On lit- w,i gof b s annv an ntti. k wit m .do
at lajhin.k )estireny, hy a piiti.iu of our
inn ps under the pnn eoiatu coiuin m l of )ein.r.
And. i un, wtiit b w u -nn .ly -u e .'--ful. Grmt's
i ni of ii t.inlry was neitti u in:o raoid r treat.
Hi- hat In a ions w. re rn.ii. il ov -, mit, n 1 1 n
pit re- ot In.- r.iiiii'Hi, wuu -i vcral liun ir. d pri in-
wi ie S' cured l y li.e Cuuf d rate troops Too
I ist am In ntic accouiits rep eaeiit Ibueaoiuy to
hate Lit t: ii uilveu lite iiil.es Irom iliu el , t.i.t it
is iU'io td that all lur'tier auiioy.tnee troiu tu.f
tl ti c on is now i tf e uallv priv utcd. U it do
liii lewil proimO y lie reuewnd. Grant is tiu
wil'iiiulo hi: tin Irii.icg aiu.ursee gained i.tst
wei k a i toon obseuied ; he has henvy forces, and
wii uoiiii It s uy totto S'liueiuiiig wuu ttiem
wi I out uel. y Isi.h i n tlie IV u insula and on t.'m
Im. s layouo IVu rshtiig.
niii,i.ii.e attention Is niral.i at'ra fol io
Mu riiii.n, that most extraordinary of all trag
y.ir t t.hii l'o)s' not i xts pied "who ins long
In i n ovi i.duf nt l.y uih'itirg, mid ii n iw retrat
irg down tl.e vaiUy. but, d.s,,nu me ,.rv
Invoialile aeeoiiiits la'elv receive. 1 of Karly's
pn piiTiitioi.s, we cannot b, lieve h s movemcut 1 1
be inti getuir a nttes-liy. For some limn ptst
liiiima.ii ns bate lueu mace ol" it l id 'ral eolu.nn
li loin to advance down tlie line ol tie Orme
and Ah xaudiia rnilr.ml. l.ascly wu have bumi
assund ti ut this advance is soon to oe mide.
Hut w hence ia ihu for e to conic )
I tie Lni ed rs,ai.-s h s uo tiony of troops unetn
p oyeo, ucr is theie uny urmy wh.eu eoul.l Iw
depieieil. Ifacoumn a.lv.moes on R ehuioml
troin Ihut qnaurr, It must lie a portion, or ail, of
tsheililaii's troops; and ou the siippo-ill a that
bis loice is lo Ik used In lost oireciiou, hit retro
gade nnirch is easily uud. r-t-a).. Tao advan
lais are proisi-ct to d'aw Early om ot taa
vaiiey, ai.u lo I'oim a j luetiou ,tu Oram on the
n.'iu etn snle ol Kl. Liiioi.d.
U t him tome, i'ue loug. r the line tlie hotter.
H ei.linu.il eau never be e.r.uiuj vailau d, un t an
aiiny suet' lung around a circa it of forty or I if y
miles olics more opportunities to the Contedc
rate G. uirais than they have ever yet had.
Hiehuit nd is a pinw which can never te abut
ioi,ei no, not while one ttouo rcuianu upon
It ut.n's. llriler (it I'reveut Slriixuliiitr
It In Ario I'liti atoMllttru lt-i.t S'lttu
tit r-l li iit-i' sii.iiltrsi.
I! II M d' AMl K11S Alt MY OP Tlt.VNVasKn, IN TUB
Kin I., m p i ml -r U, Istti -l '1 1, il.'ca. i -..i.iii iienii
ill . i ,. c;. i tl.e Mlteiiiion ul' ti Im cures tna it,vi-,,n ,-o.u-n.i.
Il-er. t.i II. e lien li..Si'll e 1 1' i..vi.. tlie.r , o a
u.j.i.ii. Hill in bano, Hint to r. tt-hl llracimi; a li..e I.H
II e m.iri li
He tv pslnfli to .Sr tint in lhi Isst mtr.-n f-.l-n At
1,'nt v ti. III 1 1.,'ll.t, tisu-lti lUa I III.' .11. Kit l's' as i.ii., a,
ma lr. lu la.inai l-jr otr- l.i.-k'. tin L ui vi ul.l..lu.j
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tti s- Ha' i .tel.s 01 'It.' .'.i. n r..
i o I . r .'ei s i',..on.iid . a will lnv.l resis nsl'ili tio
.tin l-'irs; Iriyit.sn In i, ae eoiiiiiiainl rt; S'ni Iv-i $ lieis
llel' rs tin. mill .nil .;i,.i.v I'ltlr. rs r "ts'i Oilc r.r a.l
i ir.e t l ue hi a ll.er it 'ewnlnililt t ai tlie niamti.
II li.,listll I-' ,"ill.t Ii l.jfr eiilil'iieni'ins tttS mtti'tt.
Int I - li 1. is li.n.-li.il"r n ill ha.t ihi-.r 0 ..iiina.iils ut t ,i e.
j. ru:..ii. 1 1' ei.'i hm.r. u'A arint.Hi.i ti t e iin-ir n,lt
tHi ! , re.tin .ea n he t s hi e.icli rt'S.'tar li.ilt. u.isai.s
0 run, si iters wi I hit' e r.-sleieiitnl una tott.a..v c mii
in. en. is ii. nr. 1. hi .tic rti;,r ..!' lli.-ir r-inn ti-.c c ra n.-nls,
anil ti ill tm n'sp i slblc 'in all tic n iftte'lr t o a-nino. rno
hint trisi.;e. tie lueu i,l' ts, a bi lk..ati it It . ara an tine
lu uisieli .H rai hi m itti Oeir e'liai.anuH tttl bi i'u.li',"e.
lo.i ti. mi ai il pi .e. U ii..l. I' Ihe nari.i(..f H t'lnnui ,n.nlt..4
i. It., i r, w i n w ill ie .eAaiiil nu 1'ir lueu coiiil.io. wa.ie ua
W i en I.e nisirli et lie (tit l s.-r, -he "nine, mar -ma Y,
ine n i iu.tl-1 ui Hll ill .i.i.l. is m III hu sunt in ennui lesit
litiiiltcrs Win s niHin r fit nmr ", ti li '.i .in.'s ii.-e.-Hsiirr ui
fii ss a ci'i ll or .ai. it ti.i.l ) la"i . Ii . tt n.i a ba e..lu mi ,uay
iM-ei ii e tn Ken. ti will ns reinl ed iliat 'lis ti ts.i,l:i e na
il .r.ler n u,.lii In pi nni; suit tec his tit.mmintl tUij .i.iet
in. Wlieai ver an oftli-ir Is ("iimiJ neellvnt to iis-firiu-li-K
Lis itet,t cr n He.iiiii iu iukvimu tir-u i.i, let utuu,
wll I.e stilt ifrt itrtl tt mini t,i a''i'iaxte a fan lit. r.'t'it it
men' at i. it il nt te bo tlrti)tttd limu the ru is or ihu r n.
Hv r.ituniBlnl nf iMj'icral rftiil.
M , K. flail ll t ai ei'Nt m, Aii'i aot-A.tiuttlit ileaoiai.
He h'is n l-o oi di red all teamsters to he return"!,
to it e r touimai.d-, their places to he supp io i by
tXtiUK ItiiliK t'tsetllux I rum (.t'tirnlit
W Ititl 1st II .'
ficm the Hicimond Wit.j o-l 1.
We have news, rhot ring, verr cheering, IVoiu
Noi.b (iei.igia, wbieb, foi prutientiil reasons, ve
Dei line unnslnug. Let our readi rs ho . tti. i t
d'.y is Ine. king, and a.l will yet ne r gui in 'lie
liiii iio Mute.
I.r trr frurii Sjittit-riil litlilif n.
To (' -.'iiYee tj fAs Cvufrr dtt l.'.ni. t7tv:
Hirr-In fening to Mexican utftirs in ye-ter-dsy'a
number of your dally paper, yon apeak of
me In terms to highly rdtVusive Ut my honor that
I feel compelled, in self-defense, to trouble, you
pgaiti for the publication of a few lines.
I repeat ence more that I never did solMt any.
tbirg at all of the so-called Imperial Oovernnvnt
of Mixico, nor do I intend returning thereto
lul.nid to it j be who so suites falsely aittnua that
I bave done so.
It is a most Infamous calumny to insist upon
fat Ii g tb ut 1 ptetonded to make an arrangement
w.'tb il.a it.Vi dcrs to save my private property.
t but I possess in tbe Mtate of Guanajuato bus
bun acquired just as legally as any pniperty
bought by any one else politics have uoihlug to
do vitb n.y lortunc, which has been gotten by
loiicst labor; for that very rea-on I need ask no
p uatantie at all of the so-called Imperial Goveru
lnent. My piorarty. like everv other (Arson's, is
guarantied by the civil luws in vigor in Mexio
Ivrg eft re the country was inva led.
Of nil the national pro)erty sold in Mexico, I
bought but one single bonse, and that 1 paid
for aeeoidirg to the regulations of the laws of
ref'iim nailed thereby tbe legltiui'ito Govcrn
intiilof uiy tountiy. 1'he Fruiich intervention
bus tcter dan d to derogate them, In spite of the
ex'gcncles of the clergy and traitors, because
evi ty one knows tint, owing to idem, tbe I n Hci
rtsiumg iu Mexico l ave become possessors of
n oic tliim one-third of the so-called Church pro
pi n it e.
Therefore, that person asserts what Is untrne
W ho persists In i. MWnilrg Una I have endeavored
to cult r into uny kind of arrangement with thu
usurpti ol Mexlio to save uiy limine, end I dely
any t nu to show n.y signature uiitxcd to any
d a uii.ent oi the kind.
1 did pretend to savo my fortune legally tic
tiiiiitd, but by tbo only menus honorable to a
Mexican In tin so circumstances, vi., helping to
ketp up ti o wnr i;i ni the usurper, thu frcn ill
and iiuilors, und riptlling f. rco by force, to tltj
utuiost ol in) potter. I Ihiiik, by so doing, I have
dt re my duty a a Mcxie n. 1 1 migruuu to this
cotii tiy afti'i the late oi war had proved adverse
to me, and niter losing nearly all my soldiers.
As to int object In timing to this country,
allow tne to Sny I do i ot cui.m ler mys If bouiid
to coi tide, it to any one, h.u! much less to writers
wlo.oiilge io llghilt ol pirsciia whosti present
unsloitiiue ectllits iliini to ibe rtsprct of all, I
kniw, lerlap?, bet'er than nny i.ne olsc, tho
little or i o la'iic of tbo fiuaraiilers the usurper's
Goteii.mint might tender mr, tor I have not so
s. on lo; gotten the worth of Mr. Knllgu'it sina
luieoi the l'reiitniuitiie.s of La iroledad.
Y Mir servant, M. Loulaoo.
New Yoik, October ft, Ho I.
Tl.a Iii.sbop of Mas.ittchu.etti couflrtued in
f t. Jol.O: , ou the l'Uli io tin, o, and le. u th: cot-cir-stone
of a new Ctiurih in Gs.tord.
The Lord Lishop of Montreal and Men opo
liti.ii oi Jamtd three liists uid two deai.ns at
M'.utriu. on the 2'nh,
T'.c corner-stone of tho new clutrJi of Pt
Ji ra s li.o Less has bem laid at Huron, Caitnaa
lli-lmp Tbrin,psoii, of tl.e M.K.CI tir'h.t n
M- wuy to ledi i. stoppeda tew dais iu Ltiution,
ui.U s-i lreiiiCd tl.e t 'toiuyan Committee.
"'he Ilreeto-y of the Protestant Seiidu.iry of
ru'J.n bas r uhbr litd a lattonalistic life of Joms.
'i he Council of liadta reluse to remove Lint.
An Kuglisli (,'ourt at Lsodf hs rocoiHJy
hwaidi 1 one If rtbir.g to a man of i fty-live. who
lui.iiigl.t a su.t lor Uiai U ot jnoiutou aal j-t ta
lutiy ol sixty-nine.
The Ditcctora of the Sydculiatu Ciyst;
l'alnie ni I keen open on ftnudar, amt the niil
loua iurs 6iill iy to ard from it tilled with thoti
sar.J.i of .i..-en?cra. No amount of religion,
ai'rcul bus Ken able to utosu tue doors of tins'
A biisk maiiiet exists for tho s'.c of in. ti,
vuii'i ii, and chiloren in Couch Liu.,-, where it is
sin J tl.at n.ia sill tin u wives quite in the ordi
nal) Ionian) of lile, ami wouitn sell their cu.ldi eu
l lit re Ihi y aie 1 inn. TUeie aie many kturtiiug
levtluliena of this Inf-mous state of things iu
seme pai crs which have been presented to the
liengnl Gottri nivnt by the comiuiis.ouer of
C iAh Kcl.sr.
rru I i ih ; 1. 1 rv 1 1 i
I ii I ill i'i If 1 i
NEWS TO MCKDAY L'OrvNLNO.
ALL QUIET AT THE FRONT.
Heavy Firing on tho North
Side of tho James.
WAfiiiNoron, OfTniiKH 11. The mill s'tanwr
'iiii.ii II 1 6: ft r, from t'i y Tolnt, brings uo news
fit ui tbc fiunt of importance. I'p to ten o'clock
te- trd,,j morning all was quiet In frontof IV
tiittniip, but on the nor'.b et lo of tint Jims
Klier theie was a mo art lery drlng g dug op,
I ut t.ot iiim. lt nt to Indicate that au ong tgeuit ut
w as in pi i g i e s.
Geneial Herron cameuponthe AnnV! IlVli.'.r.
The pi cltil train leaving here this morning for
Halt moto tcok on nbont ono Ih iu-an l M iry
lautlcrs, going h. line to vo'c on th i new Con ti-
Lit utemmt Patrick H. F, irly, of tho 1.1th Penn
) Ivnnla Carairy, who riialeted arro.t in this city
while Intoxlentid, and eh d Lieutenant W. II.
Tyrrell, commanding the night patrol, with a
pistol, has been cn-hierod aod sentenced to two
yeiiis' impiisonnient in the Albany Peiiituntiiuy.
I ltOf THE ARWY Of THE IMtrovf, .
Wasiiinoton, October 11. Information re
reived from the Army of the Potomac to-day
stales that on fiunduy nlgbt, betwoon 12 nnd 1
o'c'ck,tbe enemy opuned tiro towards the 3.1
Corps, ai d eiiiiilnucd the attack for ouly twenty
mil utt s. Qur troop ill I not reply.
It is not known that the enemy In'llc'ed any
damage on our tro p. When the mail boat left
City Point yesterday all was comparatively quiet.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
IT C1PK R,CK.
Cai v It ai r, October 10, evening. Tho-tetraer
l'.utofia fiom Literpo d on tho 1st instant' nud
Quit ns'owu uu tho Jd, passed hero this evening
tor H i-ton.
Ha re was do change in monetary atriirs, and
no fu i tin r failuies were reported on Saturday.
'1 he Vnilttl State Utainer Kearsarge wa
spi ken on the lOih tilt., in search of tho pirate
By the explosion of the Dittt'.ird powder milli,
on Saturday morning, foity persona weie killed.
I.i vi mot n October 1, evening. Cotton S lie
to-day .'loot) bilee; msik. t easier, llreadsiull's
iiiiel ; Provisions very tluii.
Sj Consols closed in London on the oveuing of the
1st ol Octootr ut tjHifcbSl (or money.
TIIECANK OK TIIK PKIVVIIIlia "HK
I'KIHI'I'IOSJ." Tiifntow, N. J., October It. The cae of the
l.tta, foinurly the Kchel privateer attribution,
was decided in the Uuited States 1 l-ti i, t Court
nt the present term in favor of tho Government.
Judi e Fiede read his opinion on Thursday last,
di ml slug the claim of the Uritl-h mr hunts nt
Niwau, on tbe ground that vestcla of war of a
belligeient caunot legally be sold to a neutral in
lime of war.
Thl n.orning Mr. Kenshey, T-'nltcd States Dis
trict Attorney, moved for adecreeof oonBsci
tna., and tho Jud-o direj ed a decree of for
te, lute ULder the aet of August 6, lHtJl.
'I Ida ease Is novtl and inijioriiint, Involving
the fame question time will prob.tWy srise iu the
en e of the Givryia.
Ctaiiis I'alwards, I'.s ;., of Xew Yo:k, rppoared
lor the lliitish claimants.
INVASION OF MISSOURI.
Gen. Price Moving West.
PLEASOjNTON in fdrsuit.
Thayer Coming Down from
LATEST FROM JEFFERSON
St. Lot in, October 10. From the Jell'erson
CI y roireapondeiit of tho Demoeral, it aeem
that the Hebol demonstration on that place on
tbe 7ih wus merely to occupy our forces, while
ttc cntnij's main boil y crossed the Osage river.
Aftir filling our fortifications, and iiuding tbetn
strong, tbey passed westward during tho night,
some 20,000 strong, with slxteeu to twenty guns,
and a long train.
General Plcasonton arrived ou tho morning of
Ibe Kth, assumed oouimund,anil in tbo afternoon
followed the Rebels with about ftkJO cavalry. At
night rejiorts reached Jell'erson City thnt we hud
engaged Price's rear, while General Curtis,
i inning from Kansas, was lighting them in front.
The Vrmvaat Jefferson City despatch of to
night lay a that a courier had ju.t arrive J from
Cti Ifoihla, 23 miles west, bringing information
that our cavalry were skirmishlnt; with the enemy
nearly ull day yesterday. Iu the afternoon the
rebels u.leied California, and burned tl.e depot
and a tuiln of cars. Price issued a proclamation
ttntlrg thut be bud come iulo the State lutendlng
to remain, lie desired to make friends and not
rucuilis, and that the depredations ho bad com
mitted were a mili'ary necessity. About four
o'clock our forces placed a battery outride of
California, drove the Ilobels out, and killed and
woundi d over 100 of tlicin.
Our loss was only a ft v men wounded. Tin
niiln ad w us torn up about a milo on each side of
California. The ltcbel Colonel Stundevort is
reported to have been at Tipton last n'gbt with
OXtO men, moving towards Booneville. Ther.cbal
Mnjcr ltowia and Lieutenant Key were killed,
and Co'tonc! FbaiUs was mortally wounded.
C'C'lontl ristchir, with bftceu mel, arrived here
fromJIlr l!a;to-nipht,h!id rejions that 1 100 meu are
ropaiiii'Sf tho Southwed Iirancli road. A Innljo
r.nd water tank wcro buruel at Scott's, eight
tit les west of Jcff.rsou City.
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NETS.
fipwL.l E;tg::tffaea to Ku-iiltis; 7i!cr:;i!:.
Wasiun jiok, O.tol.or II.
Tiio HmiaMN imp l(nilronl.
The Msnasscs Gap Kaiiroad is nowg iarlol
agWi,i ibo gtietiila ban.ll prow lingin its vtc.u-ty.
One of Governor Seymour's ajonts visited
Uurcwood Hoepital on Saturday, and fouud but
one soldier who, would vow for Seymour und
McCltllaa. The Ohio soldiers in thu vicinity are
To'.ing to-day lor inemlier. ol Cot.grem.
Tim Family ov Puiisiukm Jiariiz. The
wile and children of President Juarer.,of Mexico,
arrivod in Oils city ou Saturday from New Oi leans,
on board of tbe steamship Arid, They weie
accompanied by Oenortl Cuicouria, Mexican
Consul at Nw Oileaua. -V. 1'. Tnbtint,,
Act intxr onkw iiivrn railroad.
Twrnly Prrannai latjam-t
Tbe tmln that left New Havea at 0-45 f.-lTck
yret rd. y morning met with an a-ddent ahout 10
o'eltxk .M ., bit ween 'Ovent . -tlxtb and S veoty
eventh itireis Four pa-a ngerrars wcro hrovn
wnh gnat violence Irom thu track, and a no nunr
cf p. f sir get a were b,nlly Injtited.
It a) pi ura that the train, win. h w as drawn by
tti 1 1 gun a, wu moving at a rapid ran, wlteu
the ft u i Hi car came in e n'ac.l w ub a dufuet vo
lad. and wus ibri wu, witu iliteo oiu rs, tu n the
ir.ok. One til the cars was unrooted, ami iom
p ft ly diminished, and ibe others were oon
sirersbiv nnniH ,'. d. Captain 11 ir t, of the Nnie
tirnih Precinct, and Ca-piain Hal. lungs, of the
1 went) -iliiid l'n cinel, were priMiiptly oa hand
with platootia of polnv, and witu Uio ruilroai
men und others leiidcred speedy a-aisuuiisj to lue
I'pw ird of twenty piascngors were more or
less injured. The cltir.en- iu iliu vicinity roud-T. d
all tbe usaistance in tlielr ptiwi r. Ooronor K tn
nct and Dr. Fireman dressed the wosinis and
nppltsd restoratives to those who nee led ttscir
help. Aa soon as Iheolllueia of the ro I beard of
the ureierni tin y aent up a tr iluti ooneey the
wounded tu the city. At noon the tras k wax suf
rit ni Iv cleared to allow the waiting trains to pro
crtd on i hi ir jonrnrys.
In tne Twenty-first Station Homo there see
silts beis, brats lets, gold spoctne.lat aud o her
Titluatile articles awai tng the orders of their
owners. A gentleman, who lost a go d w.ti h,
hud it resion d to bun lyabiywbo found lu
Mr Nit hols, the conductor, and Mr. Armstrong,
of tho post-i lllee, weie very active In their e i
dtators to relieve the wounded passenjr.; car
riaj.e were readily procured by all needing them,
and all the Injured were sent to their homos, or
miit'e ns tomtoniibto as possible in bouses in the
ne gtihorlitjod open to theiiu
'lhc lolluwlng Is the most complete list of tho
unlortunate sulloiers that our reporttjr could on
Mr II. T. NirJviln.orV.w Yoik, ic.dp woootl anil back
ai d Simula, ri. b.ili injured
t.tsiri.. Ii. NieiiiuN, ni Newark, ear and ntk ent by a
I'llliler In the eiir.
i It I'tuuuuia, of Ru. k Rock. Csian., alkhily iniured In
lr. Mttrqtiantt, of Bnuthport, Cion , head sad anna
air lwis, ul'Soiittiport, CVinn .ttttt assias the fvie,
Mr. J-'tenb lUrtiaut. ul LttHcli ll.sk, Cjilll. ,liw ' uut S'ttl
hi itr btulsi d.
(Vleiiei I ren-a. ol ilwurtelil fVionth-ikiit, ( ittiitalier of
Mi.r-iin,'riil Itieier . stall. waimae I ia tlie Im t u
A .t.lititr. usine unkiuiwu, eul mid urut.td daiiiterautty.
111. Ine i tlt's.ittetl ul.
yir taint . IttiiK ey head lirulis.l and rnt
Airf.'i.fT. nf Nsrw.la, ismiu.- atighiiy I'dursd. Was
able is tmict ed on It- r snirtmr.
AtisniH.y sh a nf w Canaan. Conn soveroly in
).ire1 in tin-lie.tl and a ins. wuu i.,lri..u at t:i,tl,aeal
our reuernr. vl-it. Hiiewa.oo bar way io Cohovs ia
nursuu t,l eai.liiut ut.
ji, rs. i iiN'il wt'.l, n iVorteo. wife of s t'nlnn anltssrnow
a pioi,i'r,tutivei,iiini) itijiiied uu the tieatt ind ti'ut. H ie
f an an n,f,,nl well lieri tile Inlsnt u.' StH'il willi.iiil Imliry,
1 brv are .lepplnK at Mf. kiHTnur'., comer uf eeveuty
eib t suets nml s't.urib avenue.
lir. Illrtli.i.l NiTAnlk, i milt., cut badly In the fieail, and
lann d bv bril'st s In IIh- limb..
Air. liri'w.tsr.nt N. irw.,la, ent and brid.ed abottt ttia t'aes
aril hind, ami butt lu ibu m.Iii..
.Mr. i.. iiik Kiie. i,r Nut m.ii, , O.aiu., hruiC'l ah mt tlai
fa e, nml in e li.utt Inidly eru-li d.
Ai'tia .nil H't-lniril tiib.irns is Sew ('anam, Csmn.,
It. .11. i r .in) .Ixtiir , eie'v liijurtid iu the lie td
Mr. s.iuuel Ito.w i k . f slew in k. sl.i:' lly ai.Hin.le'I.
All. Il.lieliy i,f hlikslte d. t'elin (tlldlv wtmilUsd 111 UlO
licatl; be it as taken lu llw llelu-vuu ilnspual.
Ill one of the cars Mr. Parke Godwin of tbe
r.ttuiuq I'ttut, and Mrs. Godwin, wcro ttirowti
liom tneir anus, the car was overturned, and tbe
pustei iters thrown into a promiscuous beip,
si veial weie wounded and blood Mowed freely.
Mr. Godwin leleased himself from tlie struugling
mass tl ai hud fal.eu iiain bim, and thrusting his
I. cud Ihioiigh the ventilator, culled tor an axe
aud ladder. Help soon came and thu snlferers
weie ex'rieaicd. Aim. Goo win was eonsiileraU y
injurtd, but she Is now doing well. Mr. Godwin
was slightly bruised ubi ui ihe bind and fnoe.
Mr. 1'. T. II irnuiii as ou iho train, but escaped
w ithout injury. Mr. 1). Scott, of Puiladulphl i,
wus Fevcre y injured In the head.
The rail which caused the accident was broken
in lour oiilert nt places, li Is supped that the
ties under it weiu too far apart; instead of two,
time tits have bi en i a ed under the new rati.
Fuituuately ihere were uu etoi p em iankiueuis In
the immediate neighborliuod of the disaster. If
there bad been, uudouhtidiy mauy livus would
Lave been sttcrlhccd. Tbe engine and three of tho
cerspaa t d sulcly aittr oreaking the coupling.
.N . 1 . limes.
A I'm trnl t of tJriit-ritl Franlilln.
F. Cn'ht un Adams, n his second book f "The
Story tf a Trooper,'" pay s tho folljA'iiig hanJ
ennie tribute tu tbo chnr.kctcr of Gem r.tl W. II.
And here let mc any a few words touching the
txnmple ai t by General Franlilln to bis men an 1
nlliteis He iUit t y pliched his tent on the oro v
of a bill, in the om n held', nnd Ibis was bis
I,ca.diUarteis during the w.nter. His style o
living was of the pluimst kind, and such as
becume the tiue Ki.hiiir. Nothing could indued
him to enter Ibe huusi s of tho pe ipie, nor would
he p. mill any one of bis stall to occupy tnein.
11 is lent was his home and bis headquarters ; and
like a true roldier, he never forgot tintt he w is
placed bete to do hia duty to bis God and bia
country. Altai e und eour'eous In bis manners,
with a nainre kicniy auso pilule to the demands
of justice and Irue humanity, quick to interpret
betwten light and wiong, a rimd disciplinarian,
exacting in bis demands of duty from bia sub
oioinutis. you could tlud no truer friend or moro
ngiceat le companion when the work of the day
Luc uiraging, alike by tils triumph and prccct
true maiilincss iu bis oilie r, it was bis highest
aim to promote tbo interests of all under hiiii,
ard to In, prove their discipline, that ttiey would
rttltct honor on ifaclr country tu tbe day of
battle, in short, be was not long in gaining the
ronlidi uce and esteem oi bis soldiers, and with
tin ni be found the basis of wbat was ntVrwards
known in tho ai my as the "noble old 6th Corp,"
and which was so much feared by the enemy.
Franklin was a sincere believer in tbe pilicy
that it was onr duty to fight and conquer the
enemy whtrt vtr we found turn in arms; but that
const h nco mid humanity demanded that we pro
tect tbe di tensele.-a and the innocent. lie saw
that in the tarty stages of tbe war ottluors wore
too intit h inclined lo yield to nuaece-sary fears;
and in aiming thce frnra to use sucb means aa
I rouebt ai-treas upon the Innocent. And be wa
loo di ep a thinker not to know that justice and
moderation exercised in an enemy ' country are
ui ghtli r weapons thuu tlie sword.
1 nevt r saw a man who had a moro bono it and
outspoken contempt fur hypocrisy in whatevor
form it showed list II, and so tree was be to rebuko
itwlicnivi r it interfered with tbo discipline of
bis men that several of those tcltisb and purvcrse
miiulcd dt inuj-OoUcs whci nu de It their business
to iiii.-et nstiue tbe acts of Geueiuls and cause tlis
sentioi s unning their men, In '.' in repaying Ins
rebiikei by whlsricring doubts of bis patriotism.
Ai d it was a misinriiino fr in which both thu
urmy and the country sutTcred, that the reckless
and the igtioiat.t touii.l uttnntivo listeners in liif'li
places; und more especially when thev hud
ctuirj'.cs to make nitainst GcneraN who refused to
sink tbo moralities of 1 1 it i r manhood and curry
oti the war alter the fashion of auvnt.-es.
We me too apt to let our feelings predominate
wbl e sicking a piini-lituei t for tlie errors of
oilier;, anil rarely respect that ru lo we would
npplv to our own. Mat y of the Noirburn poople,
in (litiiiii.e tlie liebeliion. we:e either misguided
by tin ir Iciideis or deluded by their ignoran ce,
llty weie not only huiriid into wrong deeds,
but even fostered into wrong sentiments aticr
wuii's. And tl.e rtlkctlng mind v ill find uo di'li
rnlty in discovering bow easy these things are
brought about under the influence of that cupidity
or revenge which is so continually changing tlie
sentiments uud act ons of the hum in heart.
1 laiiklm .cotnpielieudt d this ni its broatlast
Sitnsc ; trace bis anxiety lo ileal out mercy to tha
ini oi nt and ptiuifett the guilty. He was respou
su.,0 to bis country tor his aeu, and in perlortu
ing hi duty ti lt Ctm.s. ious that God is the true
guardii n of all .tust tutlgmeitta, and, whatever
caitnlv ruicis luav do, He will mete out hia
rewards to blm who talus for his guides con
st ii it, c ai d rea- ou, truth and right. And front
f-urh (-uhle no ajnouui of pc.idicalsjpa.it ids
cvet bwcivcd Fiaiikan.
Tlin Nit UK lor Iltiroiir.
IIosion, O' tolxr II. The mails, 4t ths. at.;u
h p Asia, ft r Llvtrpool, ria Halifax, will cl'60 at
61 o'clotk to-morrow (Wednesday) morning; but
she will not sail until ubont 9 o'clock.
Nark els ly Tltacrwpti.
Niw Your, October 10. Flour alt. a. ad 10 .s
sf r ; s. a. el s-sll lai at 7 tki its l. ..r is.'.vitj; St t, mla Jit
IirClud; ana t-io x "All mr huuuisrti. wtis.t .diaii .'I
;tn ',c; tilts ui. line irlant. C.trn adtailted lu.'c. w.tli
.....11 niics. n.' ij' il roik nraa ; i f ino l.b at
at;t'iir"t V, l.aidstea atlk'n-e. W kiskt 4ud.
Dr. C'olcr.so, ia duliuntx l.f the Itlsbop, n.
pcand in ti ccbuii h hi Peter). orough iu bis eels-i-opul
gsimciits. After i. nire be 1110111. ted a
tali e on the tillage gtcca s.id addasiea tUs con
The llngliib papers act tike old women over
tbe driiioneliations lunde in Copenhagen upon
the dandling of the fal.y Prince of Wales at the
Lalaie window for the delectation ot tint popu
ice. That the child did not cry excites "alir.eks
ot ccslai y."
The (i reit Contest.
Soldicra Voting in tho National
THE UNION TRUTMPHANT.
DEMOCRACY OUT OF 8ICHIT.
Nnst in! Ut 1"j Kvitnlna; Trloic rnph.
WAaiiinoTow, Cctober IL Voting tn-diy by
aolillers from Pennsylvania and Ohio I going on
at the various hospitals, c, imps, and birracks in
and about Washington, and up to tills hour is
At the barrack of tbo Union Light Guard.
Fifteenth atre t, tho vote of Ohio soldiers stood
at 2 P. M., 1-2'j Union, 1 Democrat.
At the Circle barracks, at noon, there bad been
3!) Pennsylvania votes cast, of which '21 wore
Union and 9 Democratic.
At the same barracks, there bad been at th it
boar 19 Ohio voles cast, of which IS were Union
and 1 Democratic.
Keports from tbe Judiciary Rimare H upi til,
Armory Square Hospital, Lincoln Hospital, 8hcr
hnrne Barracks, and other voting places, show
that the voting Is alt tbe same way overwhelm
Oreat care has been taken to Insure to tho sol
diers a fair opportuuity to exercise the elective
ELECTION AT WEST CHESTER.
HEAVY UNION CAINS.
HMrlnl to The Kvttnlntf T-lgrh.
West Ciihstbr, October 11, 1 T. M. Tho
election is passing off very rinlctly. The Cop
perheads are challenging the vote of every sol
dier, and demanding the most convincing proofs
of their right to vote.
Our vote stands so far f mr hundred nnd tat a
for llroomall (Union), and eighty-one for Ueitty
(Copperhead). The comity will increase lior
Union majority over that nf last year.
Tlie Irnu-llHti 'Mnlatlllo-k.',
Boston, October 10. Tho iron-clad Mtnnd
nock, In company with tho United State steam
ers JIAorle hlnnil, Miunaaitt and Little Ala, all
from Boston for Fortress Mmroa, put into
Holmes' Hole on tho H;,h inst., and sailed on tho
Uth for their destination.
FrATK of Thkhuomktub To dat. Six A. M.,
i7J. Noon, o9. Ono P. M. rjO. Wind, W. N. W.
Tun Election. The election of to-day ha
absorbed everything else of interest. But little
bnrlness la doing, and In what fewof theolllccsaro
open little activity is presented. Items of all
kinds, except election items, are few and fir be
tween. Tha nsual police rep irts woro not in 1 lo
to the Mayor ibis uioruuig, ueitliur were any of
the Couria in session. Tbe election is progress
ing quietly, and nothing of any moment, ao far
as could be ascertained, has occurred wuhia the
city limits to prevent our citizeus from exorcising
their rights at tbe polls.
As soon an the polls were opened this morula!,'
large crowds Hocked aronud, which eeein to lu
cres se In numbers as the day advances. Old
grey haired men and some of our most respect 1
blu cit lit ns, who were nuvur beforo seen to tarry
any longer than was Htilllt lent 10 deposit their
ballots, linger around the polls watching anxiously
how ibe day goes. Never befiro was such an
lull rest k it, every tuu is up aud about, aud the
rt suit is not feared.
I'p to noon to-day we had reports from aoverat
wards of the progress of tbe balloting, and tbe
indications are that a large Union majority will
be rolled np. Still our patriotic and loyal citizen
should be untiring in their efforts, and should
work like Leavers until tho chasing of tho polls.
F.very vote polled strikes tenor tu the hearts of
tbe 1 1 adore in car midst.
Political Mebtimos. A number of political
gathtrit ge convened in various parti of the city
last night. The only two of any note, however,
being one at Concert Hull aud tbe other at the
Continental Theatre. Speeches wore made at the
former place by N. K. Richardson, Hon. Chariot
O'Ntil), William D. Pierce, and others.
Iaist night the Union League of the Twenty
third Ward and tbe Union cititens of Frankford,
together with a delegation of tbe Republican In
vincible nearly lour hundred strong, p traded
through the princiiai streets of Frankford. The
nsual ealvauade and mouoed transparencies made,
np part of the attraction. A large portion of tho
re-ldetits, including the ladies and even tho
children, lined the sidewalks, applauding tbe
processionists with cheers and waving h tu I ker
chiefs. Residences on all tbe slice's marched
through were brilliantly Illuminated. When tho
procession bad pasted over Its route, which ended
at tbe "Seven Stars'' hotel, a large mee.mg was
held, presided over by Jamea Asbwortb, Jils...
Inte Cuptbin in tbo 121st Regiment of Penn
sylvania Volunteers. Throe gentlemen made
ajieechta Rev. Mr. Dennison, Hon. M. Russell
Thiiyer, candidate for Congress from the distri 't,
and William fi. Mann, Lsii.
Loot sTicxkts. This morning we were shown
copies of two bogus tickets put in circulation by
tbo Copperheads. They contained tho names of
the Union candidates, but In such a way that if
the tickets were pollu.l tbe votes would bo lost to
Home of onr candidates. TI10 ticket for city
olllccra baa the name of our candidate for Cny
Oi miuissloiier printed Thomas Dickinson, instead
oi Dickson, ihe ticket for county o beers has
the namo of our candidate for 8 he rid printed
Hirry S. Howell, insusd of Henry O. Howell,
anil omits tbc name of the oitlee, sboritl', alto.
getter. It has also tbo riaino of our rundidtto
lor Clerk of the Orphan's Court, Kdwin A. M"r
riek, printed Hdtvard V. Merrick. Our friends
should carefully cmhiiihc all their tiekots, iiud
see thut they aie correct.
Ui'ON tbr niplit of the election the Fraukf.a-d
Tel. priipb Otlici-, at tbe Second National Bauk,
w ill be kept open for tho receipt ot tho election
returns, which will be given to the public an fast
as received, l.lection odicers and other, having
returns for the city are requested to bring them
to the otbee tor transmission.
Lawinv of a, Caht. This momlnpt; at 3
o'clock, Fiauk Dillon and Albert Kilcy were
arrested, while dtiviug around the streets in a
curt which liny had aluicu. Tuey were ou tuelr
way to the l ails to heve a good time geuoraliy.
T biy were taken befcic Ali-rtuau Weldius, aud
committed to ausw cr.
buotKiita At i' ai u. About C o'clock 01 l&st
Sunday night, a small boy, named Uocbler, living
in Randolph street, below Oirard avenue, whi'e
jumping the stalls iu the market, Girard avenue,
itar Sii.lh, tell, and while tail lug, caught bis
Imiid on a book iu the stab and tore it shockingly.
The Pi-M.tAitii Tot itVAHENT. -Kstephe has
ctriicdoff the fiist prize at tbr billiard touroa
uiei t. He win six games and lost none.
LlTLaT WAEIM: IVTLLLICKltCi:.
ci.earku rum uonHixa.
Ileir.jttc Two Itiol it. . rcj'j, l,ieip el, H'urHnim A Cj
tintt i.'imuT Ci Ixtucaii. ltniit.ior, 4. II. iSUil C .
1st m ricle. A.'H'tiiili, i(taouiu,lt. A. 'u4r Ct-
o, ht ( 'niiullA, Autl'i.uii.K.iaihort, do.
, lu J. (ih.iun, Hon-fll, ton ..!, OaptAta.
hcUr n. V. w. buumoiis, tiaJirvj, ai.uat. Wunouii"li'ir
cur""!!t-.V'il r.rorUU.vtl,n S Rt.-ta , t r j.
i-ihi H.1 ten, I it-i. AI-uar;,CtpUiu.
H'-hi rr.s.c, 5!vu. fulfill ii.
t..4 Ciu''''.l-iw,nt,Jlti'iuJ',(ll,a '
AKUrVKO TH14 WORHIVsl.
RMT.l-."ii Htcwn, If davh ti jtu tiew Orlusvm, in b'-
t" I. rt hifwun t o
trK Mt-rlvVB Inif rfeoii if dayg from (MniftiBm,
FINANCE AMD COMMERCE.
Ornoa ov Ts r.wwrw. Tnnuie, I
l"-l. Ootekat 11
The fork Market ia rather dull this mwnin
bnt prices are ateady. United BtaSe bond asnX
Railroad haro have an apwar 1 tendency, with
sit a of 5-20 at 101 , coop ma off; and 7-331 sat
100; ns of 1SHI are quoted at lJoUJIOoJ.
In Railroad shares there la a mq.Ji doln;'
but prices are steady. Reading sold atHjCSnl.
an advaneaj of 1 ; Phlladnlpaia and Erie at 8i.
an advatie of ; Lehigh Valley railroad at 77 J
andhorth Pennavlvania railroad bonds atOSjj
ISO was bid for Camden and Unbov ;68 for Penn
fylvanla railroad; 44 f, LUtle 8ehuy tklll ; 6
for Mint hill ; 2!4 for North Pennsylvania; 18 foe
Cabtwlsaa common, and 974 tor prefarissd.
New City r aro selling at 101 1, aud old do.
City Passenger Railroad shares are dull, ami
we bear of no sales. 69 wu hid f r Second suit
Third, and 67 for Clnsnut and Walnut; 5S mm
asked for Tenth and Klevuntb, and 30 fi Oret
Theie la lem activity to notice hi Coal Oil
state", but prices nre ateady. Oil Creek told ag
14 i aud Dcnsmote at 8.
Bank shares are very firm, bnt them It little or
nothing doing. lG7wasbid for North America; S3
for Commercial ; 44 for Ponn Township 8A f oe
Western ; 28 for Mauafaelnrers and Mochinl'j' j
"0 for Tradesmen's; and W for Union.
Canal aharci aro dull, bat prions are steily.
Sntquehauna Canal sold at 14; 2.SJ w is bid foe
Schuylkill common, 3oJ for preferradj 95 tot
Morris Canal, common, and 131J for prefenetL
There is very little demand for tn)ncy. Lnn
on call are offered at 6(o)7 pur otnt. per annum.
IU st paper la selling at 0,C11 percent.
Gold bas advanced 2 per cent, sinoo I lit evjn
ing, but there is not much doing In the wtf of
sales. Opening at 199 ; full off aod aol JUt 19JJ At
11 o'clock ; advanced and a ild at at 12 ; audi
201 at 124. Speculators aro alternating t aia
tho IlDrllsh financial newt to advance the)
price. The argument is thu tha London an!
IJverpool pressure will add to (be exo irt de
mand for gold from tbta side. Tbe defeat of
Early caused a decline of 63 per cent, lath
bogus Rebel cotton loan, aud a una of tne balk
ing and mercantile failures reportej from Eng.
land are of the moat desperate nature. ,,
A despatch from Washington tbla morning
aaya the subscription to the new 7 3) loin, as
reported at the Treasury Department forthe Ut
two days' amount to $1,81,440. The auUeerip
t. ns during the last week were 91,021,000.
rillLAOELI'lllA MTUCK K.VOII AJtlia, BAlJtS, OTT. tl.'
aportsd tj ctaruoa A O., Broken, La 0. TkM Its'
inn ih Beailing R S'.sj 61 ,t, Knyt jneZluo.. 1ST
trtsi h U et,ii. ftsi.b n.i..il iai...e ti2
4iih il" tssaoi 6U0auOiaiaiaa4 1
usi.a a.i 'iiss.i
rtltST UOARt. '
fHonOU. R. 5 JO....C11U LU ' lisl.h ui. fan-d... t
tn'ssl dt rK.I'ilSi
Ti sh Lettish Vai
stHsi uu ci np. uu
aiMitt. a. j-soa list
t UHllltv G. over ill. IIS
ti .Ii AeaJ. of Alutlu :
fiitlt'ltr tie. new. ...Int "i
too sit ttaaains; H..1I11 l
J th da nt HI
I'Sl.n dt y'
aim all a. iftiijlj
Hai art ' on., .bialut st
luu .a ao .10 til
isi N Ca. us e list.
110 sa istm-i rrea .... 1
lOisb rul.ontial.... 8 1
Slsi Mi l.r. M.ainl 5
ifltl sh (ill Creek. ,.U0 'H
01 uan iHiismtin S'(.
Qnotations of Gold at the Philadelphia Gold
Exe.Cunge,No.31 8. Third street, second storv:
04 A. M 1!W 12 M 201
Id A. M I'.tSj 1 P. il idjj
I)b Havrk & lino., No.' 20 S. Third street.
quote as follows .
American iioiu is)
American Silver, Ve and i'e...... ld .
Dunes and Half Dunes Is')
Spanish Quarters 175 , ..
lviiu. Currency ( dls. 1 5 di.
New York Exchange .....1-10" par.
Uiioiaiions ot the principal Ooai nd C.aU U.
stocks at 1 o'clock to-day ;
ilia ut.i BI4
riliten uaal s illeaeim oil
uiu Aloniilaln tlual. .. a .steniKe OU..
. V dt Mai. ('"!. .LI'.' 14V nr. aiiio oil..
(irisnkl.t'ol,. lis 6 . rnutaJIn Oil
a uioives amaoti.,
lt lmui( Oil
1 'PMne Farm Oil
h'eeder li.rn Coal.
l union coal
Inaun nil CimI...
his 1 nlik ,
1 sf fterMinore
14 lfai.ell.ii. ...
1.1 HSinerU Od ,
JS. ( iil"tla .
'1 K'lOk? ljsutetar.lliZ
5S, llibtwrd. .........
1 hums; ram a
1 Manner I
t ivtr-.loum Oaaw. i
a triUM ii7
4V lliwe I.Und ..
Ill', Alkwheiij Klvex.. .. -
, Ciinin 4
SS Hiili Orosx. 4',
aitioni eiaawr..MM i
1 .llrmaa 8 si
1 Kuok "t 4
II-MiTair Karra ii
alanle Hh.tlf OU.. t'i
Wrt'linieek Oil.... '4"
renn.ylvauut i'su. ..
1'erry on 4
Mineral Oil t
key.iiine Oil 1
tnlnu t'euulcuin.. 'iU
The following are the reoelpU of Flour an 1
Grain at Ibis port to-day : Flour. I'iXIboU.r
Wheat, 6700 bnsbols; Corn, KW0 bushels j Oatau
fi"00 bushels. - , ,
The weekly Associated Bnk return showi
moderate gain on tbe specie line of dxpoeits. I4
otln r respects the movement of the week was ro
The weekly average of tbe old Baakt of th
city of New York, ou Haturdty, Octoior 8.
ltstil, present, in tho aggregate, tbe following
changes from the previous exuloit of Uck.
tier 1 :
Decrease In Toans. 92t 6,11
Incicose in Sfastile iftj.lis
Decrease in Circulation 24 711
Increase in Undrawn Deitosita ilti.JAJ
Including tbc Clearing House operation 01 ihej
week, wbleb show the inter-exehaagee betweeai
tbe Bunks, including also the Halt- i'reasury h tl
ance at the close of the week. Tbe following Is tiisj
general comparison with the previous eitoihit,
and also with the inovomeut this time la', a
aou : . i
Oct. in, UK.
KNi ' Sis'
... . t.st
OiuS.IWif. Ot I l 'I.
ttU.4VI.M4 ' t .' t
im n:t:iw is J m I
MtWI l'l,l nit
4.III1.IH t .-4
HI...MU.I19 i .. '
I4tvtai.au. ; ii i r
ai,tna..0ti V 4
Ciri ul.tt m
(its. .a litlsiaiu,.. ,
lu Hut.-'l rehit .
Tho New York 7Vma this morni'4 (
The interest iu the New Lun of !').!)..
lie an urdi d next Friday is on the inure is" -'
private capitalists ut well at with tha 1 ..
Bunks and UaiiUfiig linns in Wall str c
biddmg now promises to be on a liner il m V
w ill be stimulated by the ollor of tbt So -
rteeive one-tourth the amount iu Treis t' '
tihciitcb of lmicbtrdness. These are -elii ii;,.
nuirket at (UU'IHA. percent. Thoacruell
win ueatiowt ii oy tne nop irtuient hi .y . i .
iusl., and the Certilicatcs received at p ir "
Tbc following: shows the export4 of '
from the port of Netv Vork , . ,
Hit., t ,1 muary 1, IM I.. . -if
fSnmo lime isisi. .sVmI,4,,.',IJ 1 a.ituv lima 1M It . . nt
.s.tii.e lane Isci.. 4'i,sti,.4 r,i,ni. lime Iv.J., ya.Vii,. aj
tsitme time Isiil.. ll,'sl,nsn Hume tiutu W-... S-t.lal.aitr
S.tue ttnio Ihu.. 4l..nli,7'iil sliiine t me 1M4.. 81,4-v,.'tx
bauia tune ls-.H.. &ss,Ct:l Haiue tltttti ts.'ki. 16,1. ill ,'.14
b.utti tluia likS.. 'Jl ,ccj;.ita Siuim' tluic lsal., tl.lu.StU
Tbe total amount of National Hank currency
issued to OeUila r 1, ISOl, was $ jl,7 lO.ti id. The)
i.mount issued during tbe week ending Ooiobor.
, ltiOl, was S.l,774,td. Total, jj.jlo.iao.
FIIIItSiLtKLPHIA. TU4DI KBPOtlT.
Tt'KtuAV, October 11. As usua'Joa "election"
day, there is very little doing in any dopartm.-ut
Querciuoa Bark it quiet but firm at $lo pee
Cloverseed sells in a small way ut $J-87i tj"'Gl
li s. We quote Timothy at S.6 biuhel.
Flaxseed scds in a amall way at 9'Jto.3-l0.
Theie it little or no activity in the Flout
Maikct, and prlcet art almost unchanged. TUej
demand for export has fallen off, and Hie transac
tions bave been ecuQued to homo lota at j'J .2,501
9 50 for suianflna, $0iil0-2o for extras, and.
10-50(112 25 for extra fumily fancy lots, a In
quality. Rye Flour and Corn Meal are dull.
Tbrie has been uo iniiroveinuiit ia th demand
for Wheat, notw ithstanding the d. eliu recorded
yestetdi.y. Th market baa again been exee.
sivcly dull, and we quote, In the aosetieeof aatw,
red at 'Mi'i(.Mi; aud white at tA'-st-'ej f
Prices ol lly are weak w uuole at irU
ia in l.nnted request at 1 d for
small sales. Out art dull at Cr"
und Malt art quiet. ..ijutiia,,
1 but is very linie er no ""ilf5tk 1
Oh.o bble. U at l-7 i Vmf f
... ' . ,'. : .1 ,?.-v-,J J