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POSITION OF AFFAIRS
GBANT--SHEEMAN - SHERD AN.
Leo Fortifying tho Southflido
HOOD'S ELTREAT CONFIRMED,
HI3 SUPPLIES EXHAUSTED.
Longstrcet's Terriblo Dofoat.
PURSUIT BY OUR CAVALRY.
UNION MEN REJOICINC.
f Bto., Ktc., Etc, T.lc, Etc., Klf.
Spvrlnl to Ttie Evrnlnir Trlrirrapli.
WARiiiitnTON, October 21. Iajo is still fortify
ing his position on the Southsido railroad, and
Hill not giYO " nP without a despcrato struggle,
as upon the posses-ion of this railroad dopen in
both the fate of Petersburg and Richmond.
Hood, at last account, was endeavoring t3
effort a safe retreat into Northern Alubaiu i.
The supplies which ho hud taken with him on
thin great raid on Sherman's communications arc
already exhausted, and ha now finds hinisolf
Obliged to rctroat without accomplishing th.it
which both ho and Davis had promised to tho
Despatches received from Sheridan's army
represent Longstieet as most completely out
gencraltd. IIli army retreated In great disorder after tho
econd battle of Fisher's Hill, and he wax closely
pressed by our cavalry. Longstreet will be
Wholly unable to maintain himself, even so f.ir as
supplies are concerned, without retreating to
Staunton, which is his secondary base of supplies',
Lynchburg being the first.
The military position at tho close of this week
if very encouraging, and causes very considera
ble rejoicing among the friends of tho Adminis
tration and the country.
WESTERN GULF SQUADRON.
The Reconnoissance Towards Mobile.
THE MOVEMENTS OF OUR
He.. Etc., :tc, Etc., Etc, Etc, Etc.
Jfaw York, October 22. The steamer Morn
tug Star, from Mew Orleans, with dates to tho
15th intdeDt, has arrived.
The tteaintrs Sierra Xcearfa and Empire City
were In tbo river on the loth.
Several cfllccrs made a daring roconnoissaaco
In Mul lie buy on the 10th, pushing outside of all
the rbstrnctf-jn", and returning safely. One of
oor puLb. ats, while reconnoitring in Navy Cove,
fired into, but no Serious damage was in
flicted. A severe storm hu occasioned somedamao to
one or two (wiling vessels. coal-laden, brig
was driven ashore, and will probabi, i)0 lost'.
Oeciral Crinyir has gouo to PcasaoMa.
Ocneial Asboth hits returned from his expedition.
' , General Newton had arrived at hew Orleans,
tn route to tnkcc jionand at K ly We it.
It was rumored that Admiral Farragut was
The severe trade regulations have effectually
tupped all business at New Orleans.
There Is nothing later from Mexico to confirm
the reported capture of M.itnmoras by the French.
mow i.oi iNvii.i.E.
"TormviLiK, October 21. The steaincr Dime,
Captaiu W. II. Catfrey, laden wiiu privatu freight,
and bound from Louisville for Nashville, was
a ank on the Falls this morning. Tho boat is a
total lot s, but most of the freight will be saved.
Tapers on a wilt were tiled to-day in thelTaittd
S atra District Court nguinst tho Adams Express
and American Express Companies, for a failure
to stamp papers Issued bythom. Aguiust the
former company fcloO.OOO and against the la'ter
f20C00 damages arc claimed.
Captain McNnir's K. bel thieves capture 1 tho
steamer Cottnije, Captain Dickens, ut lUrpeth
Slit als, on thu 13th Inst.
I)rrii live Flr in l.out-II, Miivh,
I.owki.l, October destructive lire oc
curred lutt night, in what is known as the "Dra
cut Navy Yard," which totally destroyed a large
new brick mill, counting-romi, utidjttvo houses
belonging to tho Merrltuac Woolun t'ompimy.
The total loss is ,S"J", ,i)0 I. Two him lred and
sUfiy operatives are thrown out of employment
by this fire.
Movements of Army Oltlcem.
N.w EF.pvoitn, Mass., Oetobcr 22. Tho
ateniner Henry Jhtrit- n, with General reck and
stuff", arrived this forenoon on a tour of inspec
tion. N aw Yon k, October 22. General liankf left
for llo.-tun this morning.
MArkeif by Teloirrnpb.
Nr.v YoBK.Ortobt-r 22. Flour quirt; is Ins of
f.VMi barrt-U t H tVr.iiio for StsVw; tW'itlVHi for
(iiio; una n iur nutitiiern. w heat ntimir.d 1
Vc. ; of II.Cnv Ltlf. t t-lfrt drWiitfrn. Corniinii,
villi vxlck of 1I,."J Ituthd" i H&. luvf hU'H'ly. Vitrk
Him t HI T.'i" ivv Jlcia. I.ajd liim t tolic,
Whiikjr llrui at 1 74.
Kkw Youk, Octoler 22. Stocks aio bettor.
rtiUao and Hovk UlaitU, 11 ; Cutuhfrland jrtMertcd, 47 Vi
Jlictiiiiin Hoiilii-rii. u K : Nt-w i ork CfiiirL 11' : Itct.l-
lnix, I tJ ; JluUou Rit. l.'O-; ; Canton oinpuny, V j t.rlt.
ief v vi inn-ait-, m; t ivo I wouiy ljtti iju,
liT1,; Co upon hi',; i.oUl,
jiALTiMOHK, mctobvr Z. r lour fctoa !y nt
Wib ir Ul.i eua. I it" .it linn ut fr'i i'aii lor unw
Kci.ti.cLr. Com uult-t ut l7l'al-7 lur while. ,fi.-i-
tlrin.Hi.J Kid auvaiieiii; W lilnly du'l ittid iiounutti tu
9i'tV- ilUCOli 111' ill i now.-:ik WiU ia, yi.'av.i.i .
The Deuioerney la i Ncoteri Mist.
In consequence of the prevalence of a raw and
unpleasant drizzle to-day tho ''Unterrified" have
determined to postpone their parade and torch
light procession. In war times bad weather
should be no bur to the celebration of a 'victor,'
and wo fear that the complaint is uot the drizzle
that las caused the failure of the fu.lc, but a'
new acute affection called Fisher's (U)U1, vul
garly termed "theridan's wet blanket,"
Long Ureet parades are not to be tolerated
under such afiliction, and weeping and wailing
and gnashing of teeth is moat appropriate for tho
friends oi our "erring brethren." Some aay tho
Age has received another di spatch from G
L r at York that the BIO BIX on the home
stretch is a spavined mnle and bogus, and so tbo
Democracy can't aee the "victory" in those dark
days of desolation. We learn, however, that the
fin fanfaronade of the Foslulo U fixed for the
Col fair day
Additional Particulars of tlio
nEDEL REPORTS OF THE
Denlli of Otlonel l.owelI.
Tln.TON, October 21. Colonel Lowell, Of flit!
2d MnKchu"tltsCavaliy,was kiilediu the battle
of Ctilur creek.
fcketrb of Colonel Janettli Thoharn.
Py ofllciM despatches from the SbenandoRk
valley the death of this valuable otlieer, in the
atlair near Cedar creek, Virginia, on tho UUli
ins an:, is ronnrmeil. tbilmiel I unburn entero i
the volunteer service aColi'tiel of the 1st West
iiiiinla Infantry, and was niustcrod in with hi
reeinunt, for thiee ver, in Novombur, lS '.I.
Alter serving faithfully in tlio various and bril
llsnt nehlt veniems In West Virglni i, he win as
signed to a brigade command in the Department
dt west Virgmia, in October, lsn.t. nu thero
oifp.ajeu me capacities or an excellent otNYor.
Me wns next assigned to Ilun'cr's Armv of tbn
SIk nan.IonU. On June ,1th, of tiio preut year,
he took a prominent part in tho eiiir.iireme if !) -
twevn (leneral Hunter and the enemy at Mount
Crawford, Shenandoah valley, in which ware
raptured a lurge number of 'prisoner., several
cannon, and the enemy driven in complete disor
der towards Waynesbiirg.
rushing on, he occupied Staunton with tho
remainder of Hunter's uriny. Colonel Tliobuin
participated In all tho subsequent movements of
this camp tiitn. For meritotious services he was
soon promoted to tbo command of a division, and
at tin time of his death was in the toll Conn, ll.s
n.u OI t.A . I. ,..! l. 1... . . 1 .
v nm ivv !' v'ij i' U, lei.vDV O.ll.Cl J.
now rendered fo conspicuous iu tin prosjoution
of the war by the brilliancy of General Sliori-
Inns movements. Is looked uoon hv mlliturr
critics us one of, if not tlio ntioucst diiteuivo
position in tho Shenandoah valley. M'hen an
ermy llko that given to I.oi.'stre.'t eva 'li nes it
Heulllniy and under cover ut darkneis, it Is then
placed beyond question that the U-oeU luvo met
with a disastrous and overwhelming defeat. Wo
need no other than the simple evacuati'm of tho
position to fully establish the fact referred to.
Fisher's Hill Is a strnnue place to look at :in
oddity and a curiosity of nature's own handi-
wurK. it is nanttc'l on ono i j tiy 1 10 north
fork of the Shenandoah river, and on the o'her
by Little North Mountain. In front tho Win.
Chester and atrusburg piko hnils its way from
fiiasourg, going up tlio valley along thj baic. of
a high riiti-e on ot:e side, and nevt to an open H it
on tho other. As it reachos Tii'iiblln rnn. a
small stream emptying into the Shenaudoih, a
sione oringc or viaduct carries the road directly
up to and in front of the great hill.
I he road then suddenly turns, an I trrad'ia'lr
riMmr, continues along on the slopeof the hill till
it pastes up through u small valley and thenea to
the top of tho hid. At the potut where the pilje
leaves tho bridge over Tumbling run and gjes
along on the side of tho hill this latter Is so steep
nd paitially wooded that persons on top of tlio
hill can toll stones oil of it sulllcicntlv well to
drive unail parties from oil' ihe pike, and do this
without fear of capture, for tho hill-side is so
firccipitous that no one can roach the top except
iy going on up the road or around tho hill to tho
right of (he piko and over towards tlio tuiddlo or
When G. ncrnl Sheridan fotirht what is known
as the battle of Fislnr's Hiil, wliere he ciptured
the seventeen piices of artillery, two days af'cr
Ike Winchf-trr liht, ho Hanked tho cu-imy's
worhSiind 'be liMI proper by advancing a column
from the direction of Liltlo Noi th Mountain. A
glance at the ninp will at once sulllce to show tho
reader how necessary th;s movement was to.vurdj
the suceiss of tho battle then and tturo fought.
- The fortifications upon Fishur'e Hill are of a
rather extersivo character. They reach from tho
mountain siue to tue river, and could bo easily
beld against an exceedingly lareo nrmv. Dro-
vlded tt'e troops possessed tho usual standard
of morale, and ibe loaders of tlioiu had an ordi
Eary di grco of 'wits."
liiMnu fisher s Hill Is nn nncn sna( of con
siderable extent, bordered by woods. It was iu
this opt n spa e that the enemy masked the grcatur
portion of bis torees, and when ho had tho n, his
trains oi ariiuery.
I ho lino or retreat taken by Lontistreat wis
along tlio ' usual" course, going up tho valley on
tho piko roud, no doubt with a viow to uttenio'ing
an cseepe through Kwlfr. run or Brown's Gap,
ootu uomg in the uiue ic,d0D.
Tll 'hi.i1 tiex.
Tlttltl) 111 VIM a V SIXTH COlll'S.
Wm. Ilgeiifrilz, E, K7 Voniisylvunia, wonnd'id.
itenry iti igur, r,, i.ii I'onusylvauia, wounded,
.lohn II. (iimip, I), l!Hth IVnna., nb lonien.
1 lent. S. W. Conard, I'jhtU I'eima., left knee.
N. McClintock, A.H7th I'ennsvlvania. infra.
John Donahuo, II, G7th l'jn'isvlvauia, leg.
'I Iioiiims Henasv, C, 10th I'enn.i., Hhuuldur.
Corporal J. J. llutler, O, l.'Wth I'eiino.
Lieut. W. U. Iaivet', II. I.iHth IVnna.
Captuin Huhl, commrmdlng S7th 1' i., killed.
S. N. .Snyder, I, l.tSih t'enmvlvaoia, unn.
Coiporal Jarin 1). llutler, 0, 13 th l'a., hip.
Uane lleiineit, 1, l.'ftli IVnasyivania, loin 1.
John T. Iteynolds, J), l ltti New Jersey, ler.
Jos. Lowyer, if., I Ith N. J., hr. ist, seriously.
J. V. Bergler, A, hTili IVnnsylvanut, leir.
K 11. N uller, F, LiH'h l'eniisvlvania, arm.
Georee Nool. K, NTlli l'enusy Ivanla, breast.
J. C. Ilann, I), S7th I'ennsyivanla, leg fractured.
Oti ric W. Smith, Smith, C, Olnt l'a., right thigh.
James lleune.C, 22d J'i. Cavalry, thbjh.
in i ry -iiui er, i., is tn ra.,ieit leg fractured.
Win. T. rson, G, tl h M rvland. arm.
J cob II. Mlll-, G, S7tli reun-vlv.inis, foot.
GitrgeL Lit' o, I, ll h New Jersey, rwht arm.
Jo. Hawkins, 1-, I Uh New Jirsey, knee,
hcrgt. John 11. Henry, K, 1 Itli New Jersey, arm.
John I'kavcr, O, lHHth lVniisytviUiia, arm.
Coiji. V. O. Iti obey, F, I'iHth l'.i., foot liactiircJ.
Jo. A. Sf. rn, l, t!7th IVnnsvlvauia, lcic hip.
iMirnaei rvecsn r, t, -iii rennsy ivunl a, fi' -b.
Lrancis UaU, C, S7.h rennsvlvaui i. Ion thi 'Ii.
Sew. II. F. S out, C, tlMi l'a., left il".
Wllfon F.eM., o, i;"th l'en:is Ivunia, leg.
George Kr, inner, F, li.li Mar v laud, elbow.
Keigt. J. I.. Million, ll.tith M irymnd.
l ev, is Iti.ny, D.dlli .Msryrmd, face.,
(id rgc L. l'ticc, I'., Mm i Ian 1. foot fractuivd.
Henry Ilrnnie. H, ' 7'h i'.in. vUaiiia. testicle.
Scrgt. G 11. Ciawl'ord, 1), lidi 'dd , elbow frae'd.
George . Anacost, A, (lh Maryland, left arm.
A. Tints, C, ti;h Mar l, n I, left hip.
Aartiu Fnioiy, I, ldili Njw Jersey, hi;).
Joi a hinder, I), l.iMh 1'cnnsylvania, hip.
ltobert Waters, 1',, X7ih l'eiin-y Iv mill, foot.
Aduin Itrdenger, I),S7tli l'a., head, severely.
Corp. J. :. Cook, ;. I'M-li l a , thigh.
Sgt. Janies llaikly, F, I'iStU i'.i., hip.
Hi my Zeilcr, (t, llloth rcunsylvanla, left arm.
F. II. Shucy. K, lnlth Pennsylvania, shoulder.
J. F. Hnllcck, G, ntli l'i nnsylvaniu, neck.
Hgt. Tliomtis r igan.li, (7th Pennsvlvauin, hip.
fgt. John W. McCulloiigh, B. (ith Md., groin.
David F. Amlerson, C, l.'IStli Pennsylvania, leg.
John Gallacher, G, (i:li Maryland, thigh.
John Donohoe, II, f7ib l'a., leg, teverely.
John McVirn, D, C7th Pcmisyivania, mm.
Jamie K. Dernier, G, 1021 Pa., throat, severely.
John S. Colpun, K, (i7th Pennsylvniiia, uukle.
Ji.nics Wright, F, Hth New Jersey, leg.
K. 1J. Shuiz, II, 101th Peimsvlvaniii, shoulder.
John L. Ilennings, K,f7th Pennsylvania, knee.
M. Cornill, F. lolth Pennsylvania, let..
K. It. Terry, U, Clh Maryland, hand. Mig'itly.
James Aver, A, 87th Pennsylvania, ?u iiilJer.
Klclmrd iieilfcge, (, U7th l'liiu ylvauia, lei.'.
II, Zeigkr.O, LiHtb Pcnnsvivniiia.arm, seriously.
1 anal D.ckcr, D,C7tli Pt'uu.ylvauia, thifh.
H. Putter, K, luih New Jersey.
A. C. Scott, K,7tU l'riinsvlvauln, arm.
M. H. Hall, F, 11th Now Jersey, hand.
Wm. P. Diddle, K, l.'SStti Pennsylvania, le.
Lieut. S. liort', F, 1 .bth l'enusy lvacin, both hips.
A.t.it. tlth Mi oland. leg.
Cupt. II. Cogmt, K, Cth Maryland, auklo.
H.eCHT DIVISION, BIXTH CORPS.
J. IMcltner. K, 102 Ta., left leg ampntated.
F. Wiles, II, 102 Pennsylvania., left leg.
Cburlta W . Ackmun, lusjetor-Gcneial 1st Bri
gade, Ud Peniuylvania, contusion.
r.iigudies-Oeiieral lildwili, 3d Uiieade. 2d Divi
sion, formerly Colonel 4ttU New Yrk, and
ntnsuiK oiouei Army oi roiomac.
Pgt. William Oreeuwalt, A, 102d Pa., head.
J. Wollon, A, 8Mb Pennsylvania, left leg.
David (iauet, A, 98th Pennsylvania, forehead.
Corp. M. Karher, K, With Pennsylvania, groiu.
6. Damp, H, livid Pennsylvania, loft side.
A. Miller, G, Md Pennsylvania.
Captain James Patched, I), 10'Jd Ta., right leg.
George Imloden, A, Wad Pennsylvania.
Second Went. F. Alwuid, A, 102d Pa., left aide.
David U. Wars, I, 102d Pa., left thigh.
O. Short, 1, 102d Pennsylvania, hip.
M. Khlnehart, D, talh Pciinsrlvaiiia, arm.
r. Wall, K, vtU Pennsylvania.
J. Headland, U, lSUth Pa., leitarm and aide.
Jacob 6. Sheer, D, 139ta l'a., right shoulder.
M D gman, T, 13!Hh Pennsylvania, left thigh.
JO n Mon. K .102d Penti-yl an a, lower jnw.
C rp ml 11. F. Lwi-, I, 1021 Pa. thigh.
IbiHh Wiley, A, !3d PennsylvanD.
1-18 rgt. Chas. Ilaekley, K, 9nth V' , left thigh.
'oiporal Samuel C. Ilonham, A, lO.'d l'a , cr un.
R "feant 8. W. Oliwby, I, lir;d Pa. lef eir.
Co oral K. W. Gleismi, I02d Pennsylvani I.
A b, it Miller, II, U'2d l'onnsylv.inla, iirai.
t:. Stioit, II, 1020 Pennsylvania, groin.
Fred. Sm th, K, '.Nrli Penm., rli;lit shoulder.
II melt Geiz, A. Wth P., breast and ri,'bt thigh.
S.igeni t Ail. m SVurd. II, lO.'d Pa., rigut thigh.
Si rgmnt J. T. Hrell. I, IH2d Pa., left leg.
John I'aiheis, K, pi2d I'ein.sylva ila, linger.
J I n Rt. John, K, b'Jd I'eima., lett shou der.
Tborras Spcnrn, I, iiij i Pennsi Ivania, groin.
J. S Mabwrxid. H. W'.'d Pennsvlv mia, throat.
P. J. Gnllsgher, II, lit'Jd Pennsylvania, he ld.
Peter 1). fiross, (J.'.Wth PeiiRsyl'vani i, tie a.
Scrgt, Ilaniel Sailor, G, tiStli Pe'nnsy Iv iala, linger.
Firt S. rgt. T. MrGraw, A, I02d Pa , ryht arm.
Si rpt. Fred. Khannnn, K.bSth P.t., side and arm.
Walker, , !S:h Pei.n-v Ivania, tx-llv.
Corp. John l.uer, K. '.w.h Peunsylv.inin, left arm.
C. rp. Jacob Herman, K, '.'-tn l'a., arm.
Andrew W. llieistern, A. '.Nth Pa., bo'h side".
Gin. Itougrrt, It, I(i2,l Pennsylvania, right si lo.
J.C. ll.innil, 11, loJd Pennsylvania, fracture o.
Col. Sh rman, 80;h New York, 19;h Corp, arm,
Major Smart, ,'O'h New York, killed while lead
ing the first charge.
Cawain G. II. Aniidon, A. D. C. to Genera
Gmnt, m yerely w. nil. led.
Col. Thompkiusj of Gen. Wright's st iff, slightly
tii e nrnri. AccrTs.
TiiuimiiT at iisiikr'h iitM. ni:ur.L lirrours
Of Ol'K LOSSDS.
frtlt'l tV Rtt-hmiivi H',i,;, (,7..,'.,'e !l,
C11.M11.0TTKHVILI.F, October IS. Li tlie atfiir
nt Fisher's Hill, on Thursday, we killed and
wounded from tlity to soventy-tivo of tho enemy,
mid took as many prisoners. Tho prisouers ro
j ortid that the G h Corps wis at Front Roy.il.
Hie enemy wero near Sirasburg on F. id.iv, iind
a small force of their c ivalry were in tli ton.
Lleuteimnt France, adjutant M llrig idler
General Carter, of the artillery, was severely but
not dangerously wounded in the leg on Tuursdiiy.
Nothing else has occurred.
TUB UKCTNT 111: II l'i, HI I'I'KS OVI'.IIKSTI M Til 0
SlttltllliN 11 a 1 Illt.V II Nil TO aLltWNOKI.l.
From the Ilicfimontl M'Aii, f.-f.,.'..r I:',
In tho valley, while we htvo'been following
Hie track of Siu rLlan, which is marked oy tbo
smoking remains of bams and what wero oneo
goldeu grain ricks, the subsiuutial fruit of our
recent successes wo are Inclined to think have,
been overestimated by over-sanguini' pi-sengers.
Tbcic is no doubt, however, tint H.irly has the
better of the campaign in a military aspect, and
that Sheridan, until largely reinforced, must act
on the defensive. Many persons direct from tho
valley are of the opinion that ho designs retreat
ing to Alexandria, from which point ho will em
bark via the Potomac to reinforce (Vrant. This
of course is mere speculation, but a week at
ntrthist tvujgivo us a clue to ins tut ire inten
tions. NEWS JOTTING3.
F.ncouraging pi ogress lias been livnlo In
rulsing the ISO, Ik si fund for Waterville College.
I-nrge subscriptions have lately been obtained lu
lioston by the Tresldeut.
Iu Newark, Now Jersey, but week, there was
a cherry tree in full bloom, the blossoms being
perfectly developed and full of fragrance. Tho
tree was loaded with fruit as Into as August.
A manufacturer in Pittsticld, Mass., who
wanted to build a house this season, but had not
time to attend to it, gave tho superintendence of
the job to his wife, who has built a twtnty thousand-dollar
mansion, which is now nearly ready
-Mayor Tyler, of New Haven, got knockod
down by a team going faster than tho law allows,
the other day, and tho driver was promptly
arrested. When common people get knocked
down by fast driving the authorities aro very
slow to notico it.
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1..UIV-.IOIIN C. STONKS. No. .;'- N. T IM1.
ItKM II Mi.ol.
JAMFS I.YNlb No .1. M. Hiltli street.
KIllV.Mtll t.. JOSKh, Nu.ii'l Ircll sir. i'f.
hFNItV H. I'.M'I., Nu 4 IS Willnu .t-cel,
I'. r. CI.4YIUN. Nn l.ViN. I lard .ins'l.
T HOH AN IIAK-F.ll. No I' il l'li,-,i,iil lr,,'t.
From n. c lisl ( t bliK-Mumler. w. mhI.-ci Hil ...llnwlr
v.ell kii"un und Ii irlily ro.iii.cta',10 iiiiiu.'s. Al.l, I'ir
WHOM IUVF. l.lM KlVI.O (.ll.vX. and lu whom
csiiiHil'-i l rler hi'iulr r.
'111. s'o k ..il' li".:oll vry rapidlv aVrluM.e. nflliorouu
mioili) scrii.l.ijf itui "ed 'oaian tlii'ins.lK'ii f i a,lvAn
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HU'rh 'lii.ri, .rut d.ere i. ye mom mr moru:
Koiit-ri .s: m- cii, r.. i . ri.n e.
vi in. i . i . If r,
Ki r. A. M Jelly,
B'ttvln K. Itu'rl.h.
Moral Wil.miu 1'. Hiimll,
.John ( s, e.'eor,
T'tlntnils It. Klin,
It. I. Nojihworih,
Taouti. W. Fries,
J I Htullll.
lev. C. W, IHUitoll,
ll It A.rcon.
A. F. limn! nesi,
M A.F. r.,
lle.irtfo O i ower,
C. M. I'.rpcnler,
Itr Jtt.i'ph T. Uowsai,
John M. Jenkins,
llev m. c. Mniihea,
' Kot'.irt II Mtiv,
H. w u.iiifti,
11. W. l.cwl..
O. H. RellKT.
li.vj w. itth.rly.
Il.nty M. Analli,
i A. V. H'aud,
. It. T. Keil.tl,
.lo.t-ph H. Fs,
,T leu. Iks Maslnni,
.Iiiiat-k A. littrruiKor,
i W. P. S.etir,
Chillies II. llo.'lll,
ll'iu. lu t.,
I K. F. I'reuliss,
Alaiiciiiii -' u.irt.
Cti.ilts V. llurrl.-,
i: I . C'ri'Bscu,
r. ii n'lt.
J II oi'Untkiir,
n s.iiin i.r.n tu.
T. 1. Ililks,
J'.hn K. I uylor,
K M. K.edles,
(l.urti W. klooney,
is. n. i.awTi iic,
'1 h lu.. ltli.lon.
J. II. O llnra.
II (J Young.
Ainr. Miurn K,
licori- 1. K)lor,
J. II Widton,
K W Hsnlim,
Tlu it a. It tluibcd,
II. J hres,
John (i. sik-hemr,
K J. ci'iint'ier,
A. V. Mlirpliv.
c.pt.ia . t. rrsli.y, I'
llr. WllK-n .lewelt.
J r Clinrie T. Oiiiur,
('. D. TllllIlKV3,
11, ii . J nuiai AUi-.n,
II. r . I'm'..,
SI. C. Ciiiliinlf ,
liftor,;. l'li r.,.a,
I. ecr-e L. Hll.tr,
1. Win . Jinn i,
Jul. n II. A kley,
J . frank,
.toMJ It It. TOIT.
W lii.ll. FdnarJl,
Iteore I . Ouieily,
w in, l'. l-!njUr,
Juiaea Wl liliiu'U.n,
Cli.rle.1 A llidki;,
'. 1. rbeekellon,
)'r-d.-lk . ..tiut-S,
K. W. Monlion,
V. F. (Hnylon,
V l.lisui Aicel,
11 m. hnpor,
C M Uh,Ijii.1,
Ilcnij I. Visit.et,
J. 1. kuni,
W. It. B-'i "St,
A. W. Tompkins,
II. I. ll.liov.all,
C Iruddoa t Co.,
J. C. ItummeU,
y. W. lUn.lir,
John I'. Wolf,
li. IK) Al.ple,to,
ix itui. i ounir,
J, I', W milt.. .it,
W Ilium I'. Filau-dt,
John a. ritdi.it,
llt-ar) 11 (.Lew,
r. n. ii. hij,
J:llllt II. lo tl,
w nt. lliniiir,
K. W Ahlertlleo,
Ki. hm d Htoki a,
CM. Ili irv.
Jos. H Fl.h.r,
ba K. Ilea. Inn,
Jo. P. Cooper.
Thos. It. c.aaoa,
A F. IU.,
14 N. Hiukei, CluiiAtuhu sa,
John Frank hn,
Ju. M. Bvlcliart.
t-oi. joun r. ii.ri-r,
(looru. W. (irrtjor,
.tuiiie. a. Tavi.tr,
Ctlail.-. M. Kvaus,
O. s. G'luUlii,
O. r. Waldron,
W. M. Cornell,
I'harlei A. kudltauss,
TUounu s aUvOia.kia
J lids. W ear,
I'm . aaydwr,
W . F. Also.,
Atn .l In kl.n.ruilk Mr. JullM HUMS.
Lo.l i ru tind twady wiup eyaiaut at oar Y.rd,
. v . e . . v a ,. ....... vire.i- y w-vi
BOOK 8 ALE.
Oa Wrdne.d.f nurtat,
At T o'clock, a tartre nniuir or yai.avle Rootti.
t will M aaooat ur akaaklaasiuci ua Wt4aeiar.
Jk. al, vdl 4 ! ak.
TO-DAI'S WASHIUQTON NEWS.
Bprcl.il Dopatthosi to f; veiling TcloRraph.
Vabiuhiott, Octoler 22.
The rumors that Mr. Fisseaden will recom
mend radical chnnges to CongrjiS la rlnand 1
mailers are not w. II founded.
It Is En Vly settled that Maryland lu adopt'.!
the tie Constitution. M'hen ihe result is of!!
dully announced, a grand eclooration will taka
Suuilnry tominls.lon nn.l onr Wonn.lest
In tlie Vitlley.
The Ssnitary Commission has constantly kept
a large and wrll-iissorted stock of supplies in I S
storehouses at Martinsburg and Winchester,
besides the store wagons of its field relief carpi
aec nipanjli g Sheridan' army. Tho olMcer hiv
ing charge of the work of lhaSsnitiry Caiiiml
lion in tho Shenandoah yalley, left Winchester
on Tuesday morning with a train of wagous filled
with a stock for u-o upon the field.
Last night titid this morningjiurihor supplies, to
the va'uo i f S,0,ijO, and several addition il re.iof
agents, mere lent t) Martinsburg. Tne needs of
those wounded In tho recent lights have mule
heavy drafts upon tho bounty of the Sanitary
Commission, and tbo reports of its warehouses
show a decrease of the stock on hand. Hence an
appeal Is oilicial y made to Aid Societies through
out tho land to forward largely to tho various
brunch depots of the Sauitury Commission.
The) lleiirlinr.il a! '!lfart.'
Tho heads of tho Government dep irtments ar
busy with their reports. The Second Auditor's
(dllce Las audited nearly a million of el iims
within a year, authori.ing tho payment of ono
hundied and sixty millions of dollars.
Activity on I Ho Vorlli ilniili or irio Jame..
Tho mull steamer Manhattan, from City Pom-,
reports nothing uew from tho front. The Hebels
and our own troops are busily engaged oa tbo
north side ol Jaiuesliiver, vyiug with each other
in tho life of tho spade.
The Kcbcls will hardly bo able, with nil their
ellorts, to counteract the formidable works, offen
sive and defensive, going on with wonderful
cuergy and rapidity on our side.
from llio Army of Ihe I'ntoimtr.
A letter from tho Army of the Potomac, da'sd
yesterday, says : "(juiet has prevailed lu front
of Petersburg during the past week, inte.-riipt id
only by occasion il picket tiring, w hich was re
newed oa Thursday night and kept up with spirit
till daylight along tho ceutre of the line.
Heavy tiring was ulsa heard lu tho direction of
the James river, but the object of it was not
Itr Jolcluu; Amotiir Our Itravfs,
Tkc despatch announcing a Uuiou victory
tho Valley caused tho most hearty rojiieing
among our troops.
(iiirrlllnsi Placyedl Out,
From tho lino of tho Manassas Gap road there
has been an entire stoppage of guerilla depreda
tions since the lino ot tho road was cleared of
forest growth and underbrush, nnd since safety
guards of Secesli citizens of Alexandria have
been sent out on each train.
HrHtt In WikHtilntrfoii.
It ti understood that the draft will be recora
mi need in this city on Monday, to fill tbo quota
or the district. The last draft, with 100 per
cent, added, not having procured a sullkicat
number of men.
l'ollllrnl nentonstf ration.
The Lincoln and Johnson toiehllght procession
last night was an immense affair iu numbers aad
iu tcenie display.
A McC'li linn flag at the Democratic head jm ti
ters was tired accidentally or purposely, a- the
procession pased uinlor It, and a scene of
sider.iblc excitcrjint ensued, biit through tho
cil'uiis of tlie police, tbt ra was lio serious col
lision. Tho Lincoln and Johnson men have pisiod
resolutions diielaiiniiig tho act of firing the 111.;.
Ftatu of Tiikriiomktke To day. 8i-X A. M,.,
13. Noon, 10. Wind, K. N. 11.
FllOM TUB FOLLOWING OOUIIKSI'oNDHNI.K it
w ill be seen th it nu independent cominitteo of
I'uion-Ioving eiiieua have Invite J Mr. Train to
"sfimp" Pcuuylv.iniu, and he baa conscuted.
The Utter of th. conim.tU!e was us follows:
Pii.i.Aou.ruiA, Oetotior l'.l, 18 d. Goorgo
Fi.ini is 1 r.mi, Lm. : We want you in Ponusvl
vi. urn. You in o known to uinn, woman, and
child here. Ad, w ithout reference to auto tedou'.s
cr joli'.ical prejudices, will hear you. Wo there-
lo: e Invito you, as an independent man, 1 1 adilre 8
the pcop'e ut Pennsylvania on the issues Involved
in the ending l'lesiiUvitial con'.jit. Wo be! ovj
your ellorts in behalf oi the cause of the co in ry
will acci mplinh as much good us those of auy
othir individual. Wo know by your lata lotto s
tl.ai you are fur the Union nnd aga nst Mc.CIo Ian,
Wiih gnat rcspc-t, Charles M. Hill, O. W.
llumis, ll. Hush Pctr'kcu, Caiper Bjuder, Jr.
To this note tho following characteristic reply
was received : v.
13HJ) Maihsom Avknci:, Nitw Yohk, October
21. Ihtet ToC. M. Hull, O. W llirnos, 1). Hush
Petrikrn, Caspir Sunder, Jr., and Couimit'.eo of
Gentlemen, I'hi ad. Ipuia :
Cheers lor M.Ciellan sound Sepulchral!
1 ievtr Mhi. tl' at a funeral !
King out wild bells to tlm wil I sky !
The jmrty Is dying! Let It die !
Chicago Nomination Positive Hull.
October Flections. C'omparntho II illor.
November Elections. Superlative It itrcit.
Ill km:! Mum:! Ti:kiil! 1,'i'iiaiisin !
That n, Hebrew, and lctcrs to ltcliu out.
Rhi m's proud children reared tho Atsyrlau piles;
Wli Ic llom't vi tie ecatlcrtd through tho SjnJickh
A leaf before the eyeobscuros a distant taouu
tain. They have led the horso to water, and
tbty sweur thty . .oi imiXv him drink. As thov
ttiil refuse having ryes to sec, oars to hoar, I
am inclined to say yes.
Sincerely, Gnonon Fiiahcis Tiiaim.
Mr. Train Is rjjtrrfrd to speak at the ha'l of tho
Republican Inviucibles, Nutluual Hall, to-night
Imi'ohtant Df.cihiok. The Secretary of the
Ticasury has decided Ihe following : Tugs en
gaged in towing vessels about the harbor of a
port, and to and from tho sea, aro engaged in
foreign commerce, or commerce betwoeu the
States, as the esse may be, if the vessels which
arc towed by them are themselves engaged iu
that species of trade, as cxplaiuod below.
Vessels, even though their voyaged may not
extend beyond the limits of a State, whose car
gee. coiibit in auy degree of poods from foreign
countries, or from other States, or of the products
of the same Suite, destined for use or consump
tion in other States or countries, so that they
form a liuk iu Ihe transportation of such mer
chandise, inch ycssela nro engaged In foreign
commerce, or in commerce belweon the Sia'es,
and if pro)M.l!d by steam must bo Inspected
under tho law. ..... . .t .
"It Is also tho opinion of this Department that
(team ferryboats pljiug from State to State
across a navigable river, are engaged iu com
inerco betwoeu the Btutea within the moaning of
the act, and hence subject to inspection under it.
VoTa of Thanks. At a meeting of the Cam
mlssloners of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
appointed to attend to the election among the
troops from this State In the Army of the Cum
berlund, of which i. Hobley DungUson. Kmi.,
coiiiuctod with tlie press of this city, was chair,
nian, the following resolution was unanimously
dJ'io?irrf, Thatthetbauksof the Commissioners
are tendered to Colonel James Chainherlin, the
Militury Agent of Pennsylvania at this point, for
bis numerous acts of kindness since we have been
iu Nashville, and for the facilities wo hare re
ceived from him In the prosecution of our oilicial
Tu Soldiers' Voti. This morning the sol
diers' vote waa ooauted, aad footed 1600 Union
and 657 JAuiociauc.
Finn iw Du. Jaynf.'s Dt iiDiMi. This nir
Ing bi'twesn 12 and 1 o'clock, a fire is lis:o
Tered In tho s xth story of Dr J vne's large
baildlng ou Chiannt street, below T ilrd. TLa
flr was confined to this part of the bail Hair,
through th''irj exertions of top nrsnipg, wt o
Wisre soon fin the soot, In ronnectlon W 1 1 tho
assistance atf rde.l ly the ii.t"-nnl onostmi i s
for enmifcerea's of no- kind, tbrro being In tl.e
binlilinifi.il iho re. 1 s.tes for the speedy ext.n
guishnn nt of Ore.
1 he ilamCN I urn.'d a window and thr nigh th
Joist Into the nrper stor". iu tmu wa nl o
burned, lb tlsmes penetrating totho aii 'lnitg
room. This ponton ! the Ii .lid n Is oocu ! d
by.Hutler tt Carpeubr, printers of rcvom
Slumps. The ftniiie- orieinn od in a small rMiii
h re the gumming was done, and where a no n
berof the wet sheets bad been hung up in dry.
The stuck was somewhat damaged by smoko a, id
The second story was o-cupied by S liuT A
Weiuwitg, who had A lot of valua'i'e silk goo Is
on hand. The water penctin ed tbrougti into
their depsrtment, but lliro ign the exerti us of
the private watchmen, very little dam.iii was
Outhetopcf the building are tanks c n'aln.
Ing,' Odd gallons f water, while in the eighth
S'ory are otheis containing 4000 gallons. These
tabk aie supplied from an art. si. m well, tho
water being raised from It totho parts designated.
As sinn as iho (1 sines were dic ivere 1, it was
attempted to make use of this water. Tuo horn
was attacliid, but on account of not h ivnig boon
nn d for a long time, h irst as vo m a tbo vatoi'
was turned on ; and had it not been for the
timely at rival of the firemen, a destructive eoiitla
gt alien woa'd perhaps have ens led.
MAJOH-Gl'.NFltAl. BlUVF.Y AND Hist Ol.D
Division. llio lolluwinx GcnersJ Ordor lias boeu
issued l.v command of lliigailier-Uennrol Die l iio
BiilA Mi, 11. e present coniniuml. r ol tlio nurd Divi
sion Si court Army Corps, loinietly comniaudcd by
11SAD qt'AKTrilS TllllID TlVISIOSl "e ltD
A'tyi i uhi octo'.tor 1-1 1M. I
On, ml Orders No. m. It is i, ith irtoun I rosret tfmt
Ihe tin; titlier tirnerul eoin.i. aniline has to conv.'ir t,
(Id. i-omi. and tho -a.l news ol tot .leaiu ol Mmor-OeT'-rul
I). Ii. ItiitM-.y, alter a Itriel 11 neot. In I'li.la ,il tlila.
eh re sn. h n hiuii'iil ml' lo . will in. more .toeaty lelt
tlimi In fins itlv.nl. ti, tlio vlorl.ms reecnls ol' w.tleli are
so n in h .iiomiili'd with tlm rall.int sorvicos of tlio war
tl. v i.iecessor ol Kkaiinui' nnd IliniKKit.
lie dltal Itetort' the end ol tlio strat',pi' In wtite.1t tie took
Slirh n I'ol'ie ami coii-i'ieiious tnrt, litit his itev.ttion to
II e rountry, In. tl.'.eilt.v 10 duty, his yail-vitry In action
ami his br.ilinitt c:tiris tor I tie triuiuati oi tue Cnni'i. wli
rennilu Aii-onu us nn an example to lollow, while hi. per
so. ul euall'ie. s. Ill endear tos memory a.nona alt ttiuso
lot stv d w llh Mm or under him.
l y nrder of tlrln.i.lleM.eti. UK TROItHI AN'I).
ts. I'. FisKKLllir-R, Assistant Adjnt.uit (liiaural.
A lloiiitiiim Dkatii. Mr. Philip Shtilt.,
rnddler, whose place of business is at Fifth and
Cnllowliill streets, died at tho FIopit,il yesterday
of hydrophobia. D erased exhibited symp'oma
of the dieailful malady mi Thursday evoniiig,
and walked to the hospital iu lomnany with a
Hit ml. During tho niglit he frothed nt the mouth,
ytt bad not any of the paroxysms which us it il.y
accompany the disea-e. He was iation.il, and bid
his li ur-e good-bye only a sli.ut time before h
d.sil. Mr. Sbultr. w. s tut several w celts ago by a
dog vs hu ll died iu convulsions.
Mim its' Stiuki: Ivmh.ii. Wo nro glad to an
nouneo that tho striko among the miners of
Schuylkill county is ended. Tho workmen have
been iuvited by the mme-owuers to return to
wi rk nt the old prices. The coal receipts by the
Heading Kiiilroad, which have been lumporarily
decreased, will now bo restored to their old
Hti.Kiiois. Kcv. A. A.Williti, D. I)., for
merly of this city, now of lirooklyn, New York
will preach to-morrow morning and evening at
bis old church, Seventh and Spring Garden
streets. 'J he eloquence of this eminent gentle
man Is so well known to our readers that it is
useless for ns In comment upon it. Crowded
bouses will no doubt greet this gifted divine lo
moirow. A Jmtsr.yMAN Koiinnii. An individual giving
tbo mime of John Haines, and hailing from
Camden, N. J., was enticed into a house of doubt
ful character on Locust street yesterday mornlug,
and there robbed of twenty dollars. A female
named F.niily Wilson, tin tomato of tho houbo,
was iirri st d nKn suspicion of having committed
tho theft, and was held inlfiOO bail by Aider
msn lieitlcr to answer at Court.
Comi'Liukntahy. Dr. B. II. Rami, Profimor
of Chomistry ami Physics, fa tho Central High
Set -ml, having resigned that position to ax'opt a
simlDr ono In Jctlerson O tPegH, the pttol.a of
four of the divisions of the High Hetiod mot
yest.id.iy afternoon, and presented him witu a
silver tea sett.
t I.aik.i:sy or A Waoo. This morning tho
prison wugou was stolen whi.o standing in riar
of the I'dimeis' Market o.i Filbert street, aw tit'ug
a load of meat. Information i f tho lue 't was
lelersphed around ihe e ly, and in ll few hours
alter the property was rescued at Nint'i and
Chesniit streets by one of tho Unserve ollicors.
PlIIC.IS in ocii Douiisrio M.UM:rs. This
morning prices ruKd as fo laws in our domestic
markets: llutler, 63 to 70 cr.uts peril).; egs,
3,5 cents per dozen ; potato 'S, white, from 37 to
1.0 cents, and sweet liom S-i w 10 cents per half
reck ; fowls, tier pound, 2 i to .10 cents. In tna'.s
the prices are about the sa no us last reported.
Annual Slsmion or tuu Sonh of Titsu-uti-
ANCE. The Annual Sossion of tho Grand Divi
sion of the Sons of Tomperancu of tho Stitoof
l'enrsi lvanta lllcowuicnceou wcuneiday uexr,
iu Fruiikiiu Hall.
Accident This xnorniug, ubout 8 o'.tlock,
George Tro'.t, aged 18 years, was tlir i vn from a
wagon ut Frnnklord, hntl seriously injure I about
the head, ilo was conveyed to the Kpicopal
Cons i DF. rath, Tho Democratic proecsiiin
which was niinoiinccd to tako place to night has
been pos'poned "on account of tho wo.i'har" a nt
the ritrtiun r, turns. " IVtrrv proper," ai Sam
Weller would say, did ho exist iu tlieso times.
Ki.titi i iimi. This morning tho Mayor Issued
warrants for the payment of the city bounty to
Foil Evkuy Homr. Wheeler A Wil-on'B
Highest Premium Lock stitch .Sewing Machines
are tho tiiuplisl, cluaucst, and best. They are
lighter and easier to operate, simpler to learn,
quieter III action, and less likblo to g.-t out of
order, lliini any other Sewing Muehiuo. Thoy uso
less tlinti half the cotton of most other machines,
and do mnch better and fiu. r work. Indeed, no
human testimony could bo tvrongcr than that
w hich bus hem uecorded tho Whueior ' Wilson
Sewing Machine tor superiority over all others
lor lutitily use, nnd for general matitiractiiring
puiposcs. To show the Immense, and groiviug
i opularitv of tho Whool"r k Wilioil Machine, wo
Would sti.to that over fiO.OOO of them will liu.o
been manulaciured Ihls year, and over My) have
been sold In Philadelphia nlinie.
Instructions given at the residence of ptir
cliufcis. Kvery machine warranted, and tho
monry returned If not entirely satisfactory. Wo
advise all to go to tho elegant salesrooms of
Wheeler & Wilson. No. 701 Chosnut street, nnd
see tin so wonderful machines in operation. Our
friends out ot town should scudforu circular and
specimens of work.
ThbTaii.ous' OccvrATioM Gone. The high
prices of wearing apparel, to which we have made
reference, sontlnuca to bo discussed In conncc.
tion with its influence upon the "Keady-Made"
Clothiers. The cud of tho alltir for the present
is tho transfer to the clothing Looses of tlie mass
of the custom of the city from tlu b:gh-prieed
mercbaut tailors, whoso rales L ivo bceu so ex
truvaguut of lute that they aro Joc.uhir'.y said to
cburgo "consultation fees," as lawyors deal with
their clients, ll is evident that the pioce.j of
neusuriiig, cutting, Ac., practised in custom w ork,
mutt eventually yield to the rapid manipulations
of UtC large ready-made clothing establishments.
The latter uie continually making exertions to
develop the artistic portion of their business in a
degree couimeiuturate w ith Its mechanical excel
lence. And we can even now obtain ready made
gaimenu as shapely, as stylish, and as exactly
lifting as nt the best and dearest of the tailors,
with all Ihe advantages of Uie vast dill'erence In
prices. Tlie public seem toacknowkdgs the fact,
Judging f'00 tlje marvollous patronage Messrs.
WaiiHmakcr& Brown have had since the tailors'
strikes, advance of gold, &.C, which have put up
the prions of custom work so largely ; and this
enterprising and popular house, that in the last
live years has made for lUelf such an excellent
reputation, has Utken advantage of the opportu
nity and opened their large wholesale ami retnil
rooms at Sixth and Market streets to the public,
with an immense stock of the kctter class of
ready-made clothing, which from bow to Christ
mas we are assured will be sold as prices which
iu many cases are only about half w hat is charged
for the tame article when made to order. We
consider it doing siood ecrvlce to the country to
make known in these times anything that will re
duce the expense of living, and thus promou
comfort and ease, and penult na to spuud mora
Ussswus to crush nUliiua ftud tteasoa.
Toiiticai. An Immense erowd a.isornb'eo',
last n'giV, at the Academy of Music. Long be
fore 'be hour of commencing the building was
crowded from pft to dome. Colonel Wm. A.
Giay introduced Governor Curtln, who, ou taking
the chair, made a short address, which was re
ceived with prent applause. rtrlgadier-O.-norat
J. T. Owen followed, In a patriotic speech, and
Major Hatiy White and Colonel Hum ham closed
tin-. xrrriics. The whole atlair came olf with
Another large meeting was held at Concert
Hall. Able addresses were delivered by Hon.
Wm. II Mann nnd Colonel A. K. McClure, at
tec mclos on of whoso speech tbo croa d dis
rerscd, with cheers for Lincoln and Johnson
AIm ut midnight, the Governor and Major White
wrre serenntlrd by the Union Campaign Club, at
I e i oiiiireniai uoiei.
A meeting of tbo soldiers of the Summit Hill
Hospital was held ou Thursday evening. Dr.
Iluctiansn presided, and abo addresei were
iivcicd by Sergeant Mansfield nnd Ciptnln
Weill. All the voters In this hospital are Union.
A mining was hold on Thursday, in the
Twenty-tilth Ward. Addresses were dcllvorcd
by Hon. V. II. White, of Cumberland county;
Hun. Martin 11. Thayer, M. C, and others.
r.El'OBMIKO TUB Woittl).
av tub a a no or Towtta nALU
rhtlonophers, for wisdom fame!.
To mend the world full long have alined,
Or rather, we should say,
They strive tho frepte to Improve
Who are ordnlno.1 lo hnoithn and move
(in this vast ball ofclay.
Bat there', a proverb, okl sod Iras,
Which .how. as how we all may do
Pomethlna to tbe ettect
Of bringing oanuhty haman-klad
Into a better frame of aiind,
And mur Ala more correct.
That proverb aaya, "Ltec'i mend ono,"
And then tae.'great work will be Uouo,
Bo panae not to bonioaa
Your nelshttoi's fault, bat. If you'd l.l
Lew error In tho world to be.
Thau, Unit reform your own.
For Instance, do not yoa prorata
A scorn tor others' .hahby dies.,
W lille yoa yourself neitloct
To aeok out Ukskkti's Towor so tall.
And iroin the vast stock at that Hail,
A winter eull .elect.
We are soIUdk Keady-mad (Mothfair, eqnsj la every
re.pect (F(, a', mattri rl and w.trtiminthip10 any
mede to Diensuie. at Jt to M) per cent lower prices. Any
one can be lilted as well, or better, from our .lock, as
by i oils made lo mensare, wlltut.it del iy or trouble. We
have nil dealrablo atylea, In aU aUea, Mou'a, Yoatlia'
Tower Hall, So. S18 Market street.
lltH.siiir k CO.
Gknti.hmkn's If ats. All the latest stylos at
Charles Uaktord A Sou'., C'onllntnlal lloioL
An Ei i ooy
Written oa a City Shlrvutk, near "Hotel' Parct-.es,"
ar A I'OKT OUAT UlUfELT.
ho Ntafe Houso clock proclaims the closo of dar.
The wearlrd fruder hnstes lo sip his tea.
The rri'tly store ulrls homeward wend tlielr war,
And leave the streets to t'vetcrsns," "stars" audms.
Kow from my vltdon speeils tl.e fkdlna tlKlit,
And not a sound disturbs the dusty air,
Psve the "remittlm hand," or hetel gonr.
Whose supper tonoa but mock my lrugal fare,
r.eneulh the "Continental," ray and grand,
Tho "one prlco" sture ol Htokks dotb bo:d Its court,
Where Clulhlnir line, and lashloaed to the shape,
Stake lor the well drussod man a tlrat resort,
rerhaps npon thl. spot wbersMCnka. Htokks" swlogs,
lu former days Ihe traveler ott did least t
Eome humbler "Continental" swung til. sIko
Of "ilKtertutntnent hereor Man anU teast,"
Whrre Fame and Fashion meet, and woo, anj rule,
1 prAlso and write, but lame ts not my lay
A verse to if would be averse to me.
While tiioKus' "ailvers" aro a certain pay.
No lurthrr seek my merits to disclose,
One prieu" alike my purse and song supply
For Htokks' "one price" store shaU live and thrive,
When those wuu aaug lu praise forgotten Ua.
La Mrs' Fi'hs. An elegant assortment at
Chailaa Oak ford fe 8on'l,(Jonl.nenlal lljtcl.
Tita Aob of Invf.ntion. While a largo mini
ber oi AlnrMii. . have beeu otl'erod to the pubic, .ouie of
wiilchpoekcsa poliilaofexceik'tieo and acknowledged taeiit
we have Iodk felt,whatotha-a haveekKsirl.nsadionees
.by of a Machine ntor pcn'-'Ot in 11. tnecaantca .Iructuro,
eouiblnlnir, lu tna hiyiest injreet ttnxptieuy wiUi f uea
ttitity, and while capable of doing a greater rnje oa-ori,
one that could be easily understood and comprehended
This, we aro hapy to say, hai beon aoeomplt.had bv tlio
liberal expenditure of capital, aid the patieat, untiring
lubt.r ui"y i ais.
F.om tt. Orst Introduction ttie "Fi.ttio'.Kt'E" has gained
)ti t ol friend., and Is rei;arued by our drat famlhei as a
Aeui.Aet'l ntfrttiiy conelusbcly proving, what we are
uiuktt.abiiy It. a:i uowleda, thu the publlo lully appre
ciate Uie uuli'v, bettuty, nnd duradWiry combined lu Ike
r'!.iltl'.ser. M.uaiiss.." Hold al No. O KI Choanal atroot.
For tho b.ttrrll of our reador. we will menttoa .onto of
thr advantages and lmerovamouts of tbe F loeence over ait
It makes f. ur difeient sttf:hi, the lack, knot, douMe
tori, and dvut'le kn-t,un ono and the na-ne ma 'blue: eteli
sot li beins a.d. i"! tuth tides ol the marie, aud Btiilhcr of
thtrut will ravel.
! ha. the r-ere..',e feed motion, and by almplv turning
t thumb-screw the wmk wilt ran either to tho riuator led,
or.iai auv purl (if tho kiiuiJ. t.r tasten ll.o cants of tlio
tutu . wlihoui turuaig tha i.Htio, thtrelty aavuig baud
t hanptng the lenghofthe stlteh. and from ono kind of
st till In auoiher,cttU relli be doav wbllu Uie Machine 1.
In n nt.oc.
err mti h ii fereet in itself, making the seam .ecure
li isa'mott no'jefii, and can be asttd where quiet la
it, la.. iii. iis are all ; 'it'.'; there a-e no .prluiti to get
out nt or''er, an" it -unrllcliy cuahlos tbo most iuox)io
rlen d In ourrtlte .1
li trtl not ott .' ,ires of iho operattr, as all machinery
I. ou tl.e top ol 'lie tattie,
ll is the tno-t ntjmi stirei in the icottd, maklog avt
tit-ties lo each revoiutl, n.
Jtf ititc.'t eon bine, co 'tieity, strenolh, .nd beauty.
It ituts il. I'-nee.l or tinet work Willi eiual lacllity,
uithovl lOloM.e itftriittoii or lunt hnwry.
l'.vrty Miio.ii.lu ba. nan of Jcncks' patfnt hommcr.
attuotttil, enabling the operator to turu any vtUtt or hens
It tki.es not reniihenuer thread ou Uie nailer aide than
It e.ot'. o i the neper.
It wlil to. ai ros. the heaviest seams, or tom one to
mete tlccka.'s, cf cloth, wittioiil t l.ange of leasloa or,
breitklii. ol thtes.l.or l,l..lns .niche..
ll lis a uiiiiaui untl sen- en.il.iiiuii tentisii of thread.
A '(.: ft.' ft'' .SV - .Sfvr." w Inch Juutes the uork ittel
1. 'iirnlsh.it with each tieienlne.
Wh le p.is.ettslng tlie above and tnanvother adVAtitacei.
tbo llaciico is .old ai v.triu'.i'oudlug prieo. wlu, oliiur
nrst c,as kluclitneu.
'll.e.e is no risk In bnvlng the Florenee, as every
Machine u watrauie.l to vivo entire .ailslaeUon, or Ino
uiout v ielui"l"l. No Large belt g m.ule for leirnlatr to
.l.fta'e it. Weloirti lieu an agency lor the .j e ol Untie
i in iit-iiul Ma. bin. s i. alN.u.. being t's'ubllshe.1 in all the
prlticbal cities and Ion its lu the loyal ritate..and wa
s.lii.eit'ii lea-'ei.lil they iMtniot esll at ibe satttkrtuik,
Sm IVidCh.siia'. ktrnl) to ivud for circular, and .aaipio.
I.ADire ani Ciiiliihin's Hats. Latest style
St Charlv. Olklord Jbison'., I'onlluealaS llolul.
Ma. A. P. Rciiivni:an, Gas-fitter, No. M7
Kace .trccl.has iusl ahowii u.bis uew niethtld ul UghUug
lias by elecuiriiy.
The lir. Vet is mail" In a hUtily ornamental style, and
form, a inei'l at. I useful gas tUtnie.
'I ne r.r,tcUet e.ui b soeu lu operation by culling at the
ealtibllthuitau in ptlkuii.
P, , Kinlt,.
lloy.' Ovei wtmto.
1'tie larval and best as.ortui'iit In tbe city.
Al. buur.iiiki.aJt Co., 30. t n. ElthU, airtet.
PiRcii ASERs mar rely upon getting the best
Fur. al Charles OaAio'rd 4 Son's, OunilueuiaJ Ltulel.
OneBottlk Dm It. That la the expression
of many who lime had tlielr gray hair restored lo Us
tialuraleoli.r, und their bslJ pot covered with h.lr. afler
mliiK one bollle ol Mrs. ti. A. Alleu . World'. H.lr Ke
torer and Hair Itres.lng. Ilia not adia.lt can do no
htoiil. Fiery one wi n h. L.eJ Uieic lueneraU.tui apeaK
loud lu tl.e t itti,i' It ou wih to n .iore y.ur hair as In
oiith and retain It Ihronati lite, without dolajf prauuxa
il.eae prcpuiauoua. Ad diugglau kx v lli.ui.
"Cavai.kt Siif.hidan" Is glviug the Rebols a
glorious IhriwhiuK In tlie vulle) of Ihe ekenandoali, and
our enterprising townamail, Mr. W. W. Alter, Is aivlng our
clllrtli.aunw glorious bargain. Ill beat LauU Ooal al UH
fauou. ) ard, fco. M ti. Moth street.
Gkt Photoohaphh made at B. F. neimer's,
Ko. ltii Arch.lreel; Im .tvlaa evince beauty and accuracy.
l.ltv-li'phoksiaphkUl0U oaor.i ivoryiifo.
as I lkltu.
Mrs. M. O. IIrowsi's Mottphyslcal DU
covary," kllU Iba rool of avary dlae..e. Prioa .. Ma,
110 Arch aueet. t adrertlaeuieat m aaotlier colauua.
LATEST MARINE IIsTELUCESCE.
OLCARrJ THIS MOBefrwa.
Rlaamshlp Basou, MalUiewa, Ho.lon. It. Wlnaof t r.
Bu.mihipJ.ldbkon.Howen, New Y ork, W. .J. 1 aylorCo
Hit. Julia Cntkk.v, Mow Orleaiu, D. H. HieUoa k (Jo.
Bel' UararallM, lieiia y, Wakhl.tgWa, o.
uhr t kitrr... Ldk, Newlturniort, do.
SbJ TaiuTmoal. Davl.. Pen Royal J. K. Basky C.
Is. hr k V Ed anU. Allou, Koatoa, Captain.
aclu J. Au.ua, Ltavis, AleaaAttrta, litlaasu
ARRrVTD THIS MOBWrtfO.
Sohr Peiuoaivck, LUtrnea, t day a flMia kaiaa,ta kiUiast
sun Arlaltie. Thomas, 1 aay from Bmrma, Dal., with
mla to Janice ttamatt.
Kolir Mauiita, Majtiio,! lay (look FraaVartoa, Sat., WiU
arsaa sa saiaaa atarmi.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Omci ot Twa ItTmes m aamarsJa I
atorSajr, Oouasar M. I
The Oold Market was very much ansettlesl aJJ
day yesterday, and prices varied every hoar tk
rise, however, waa not at any time aiWtaant.
Ths money article writer of the New York Tiss
excellent authority ,by the way-states that stock
seem to have drifted away from geld, and rjrloesj
are no longer regulated by the fluctuations la the)
rate of bullion. This wss manifest yesterday
and stocks, both tn New York and hare, ware)
strong, while gold waa weak.
Heading, nndar very Urge purchases by lh
bulls, rose lost evening to 611, with heavy trans
actions. The near approach of tha dividend la
spires cot.DileLce in this security, and as tha pro
bability is that the dividend will be very Jargv,
our shrewd bankers ara free buyers for Invest
ment. There is no stock In the market which
promises such largo returns for money lavestsxl
as Reading at its present figures.
At the Fifth Avenue Board, (toldjwasj stroajr
by reason of adverse news, ant) stories circa
luted of the Army of ths Potomac gofag Into)
winter quarters, and the deferring of aetWaopa
rnitons until spring. As tbe canards wore greedily
devoured, gold rose to 211 j.
Tho Stock Market continues very dull, bat
prices nro steady. Government bonds ara quiet
and there is vcryitlleldolng 10V-4i)s,'aoId at 09 ; 107
wss bid for ,3-208 ; 103 for 9 30s j and lX5j for .
In Railroad shores thoro is no material change)
to notice. Reading sold at 601 ; Pennsylvania)
railroad at iJ ; Little Schuylkill at 44, which in
nn advance ; and Mlnehlll at oi),i ; 59 was bid fast
Philadelphia and Ocrmantown; 29 for North)
Pennsylvania; "8 for Lehigh Valley; 60 for Kl
mira and Williamsport; 18 for Catawtsae) com
mon, 304 Cor preferred ; and 31 for Philadelphia
New City Cs are soiling at 102 ; and Pennsylva
nia 5s at 93.
City Passenger Railroad shares continue doll
Second and Third sold at 70; 261 was bid for
Girard College; SO was asked for Tenth and
Eleventh ; 30 for Spruce aud Pine ; 2d lor Arch
and 30 for Green and Coates.
Coal Oil shares are inactlvo and prices ara leaf
firm. Dcnsnioro sold at HJj('c8J ; McElbeny at 6
McClintock at 6!(o04 ; and Dalr.oll at 8.
Thero Is little or nothing doing In Bink sharer,
but they are firmly held. Ki t was bid for North
America; Mb for Philadelphia; 07 for Farmers'
and Mechanics', which Is an advance oft; 66 foe
Commercial ; 29 for Mechanics'; 85 for Western j
2b i for Manufacturers' and Mechanics'; 30 foe
City ; 484 for Commonwealth ; and 46 for (Jaioa.
Canal shares contlnno steady, bat the transac
tions are limited. Morris Canal common sold
at 974; ftd Susquehanna Canal scrip at 60 ; 27
waa bid for Schuylkill Navigation common, 33j
for preferred ; and 144 for Sasqnehanna 9 mat.
The Money Market continues easy, and tbst
rates are unchanged ; loans on call ara freely
offered at G7U'' cent, per annnm; prissepapar
is scarco, and quoted at 89 ff cent. '
Sntterthwttite's London Circular, of the 7th
Inst., has the following tn reference to Americas
securities : We have bnt little business to reoordl
in tbe London market for Amerlean socurttksj
during the past week, the demand for both Gov
ernment stocks and railway shares having some
what abated ; prices, however, remain steady, tha
closing quotations for United States! Fre-tweaty
bonds and Illinois and Erie shares being withoat
alteration from last week.
ruiiJLUiapiUA ttTocK. fcxcnAjsOB raxjm.oct. rl.
Bsportad by Clarkaoa a Co., Broker., Vs. IS M. TbJia Iti
MOO Nu.. Tan. bl.
K h Corn PlaaW. .
Urn h Head. 11. It.... SI'S
4. SI kll tl IVtiklllt (il W
ton all do ctil',
loo sn oo tld SI 'a
I il an do... tsluwu ill ,
US) ah do e
IHO ah do h5
lis) an do oM
1 si ,n Demi more . .SI 6
mn ah io
Wan Oil Creek
100 ah Bull creek
1(0 ah d. Ol UH
arn h Htory Karm...'td H
luvak UaLaall OU..bS S
Horn v H. in sos m
It ati Morris raa..M
SIKOCIIy OS. new log
SvUt.ii tl. at, d-'-l1., new
vl do old lei
l-0 gua,. I I. art. p.. IK)
S.lail lie.i.l.l tb,l. IL.t'sl
$:'.ssi l'i una :.s r tl.l
Ii rt ah IVnn Mill . .UHJ m
10' sh Hlu si niint. .n't
SO ah e.niia US rX
tVI.il Ut Hob a.. tuu H
S.h Heading B... 'f
34 ah MluelliU a SUV
i ah.'d kikl BR.... JO
stl Aead. of Moaks SI -
f. I ah Hel Olv 34
wsi.n m. v. a at.-ivaj I
1SI ah d bid 1
VI 0 ah In llsmore . bJO H'i,i
llllth Mi tn en) Oil... .V
Jlllsli r.rel (111 13 hi
MSI sh Fei der ll.ui... T,l
list all OU Creea s
l') ah do uod SX
lis) ahCalaw praf.... .17
100 ah do BOO a;At
Quotations of Oold at tbe PhllA.iolnh.la Gold
Exchange, No. 31 ts. Third street, seooud story :
PA A. M 212 12 M.j .2104
11 A. M 20te 1 r. Id 211
Dp. llAvrif & Bno., No. 20 8. Third street.
quote as iouows '
American Gold 211
American Silver, 4 's and ,'s Is5
Dimes and Half Dimes 199
tSpniiisb Uuarlers 1H3
Peon. Currency dis. 1-5 disk
New York Exchange 1-10 ' par.
Quotations of the principal Coal aad Coal OU
Stocks at 1 0 Clock to-day ;
Fnltcn Coal TV S Irvkig Oil
Big Mounluin Coal. SU
N.Y A Mid. Coal. .14'.
ns rte raraa uu.
1 ilialaellOU ,
reeoer itatn jvai
Kt'yatnne 7.lnc. .
tl.iole hhailo OU.
Hi ('unlock Oil...
tllneral Oil... ..
Key. lone Oil
on ante Oli
'.". iltle A IMuuKBT.il
1. llibbard IX
S iHiory Fans
le"i . itruner .-. ..
II , F.urn-rt IK
aTB.Aiieheay Ulvar.. ..
4 i Curtln ..
Hit; PHila AOII Creak. 1 l-Ht tK
t ll.illCr.uk 4 V
1 llermani. k 1
I'ti Coru PUunvar...... I
Howe a FJdy Oil..
The following ure the receipts of Floor and!
Grain at this port to-day : Flour, ItfiObbls. j
Wheat, tit 00 bushels; Corn, 381. bushels; Oats,
Tbe foPowiior enmparntivn tuhlo shows the eaove-
men s oi breadsiuft. iu Chicago duriug tbe week onat-
lnu Oct. 14:-
, Si His. is ,uj.i
.tViS I'll lW.'IIS
.'JH3.S41 Ills OKI
.BSl B.M 4W,:t'IO
. 4i,il4 'Ji.'lil
, biOM Z),4ie
Tho foliowinir will show tbo weekly rneaipts ot
flour and gruiu at the places indicated, ior Use weok,
euiijug October 3:
r.otar, frnna, yrrn of,
bt'ls. blth. 4tA .A.
Ttdeago -S ts'3 iM.lt) liU t al nt
Mlt.vaukee 4.V7 I.1S.4.S J Sis) SI tVl
Tuledo 2U.031 lI.SJS SO.OIS la.
Cleveloud.. "W W1
l)etrult............."aSitrl II.MS ....
Total 1S,M s,6i )."Tt SWJJh
Previous week (U.IMS ISlJkU UI5.1WJ SHal,e4
1 he eondillon ot the banks ot the throe prlncitiaJ.
commercial cities ol the Uuiou Is exhlbitod m tha
lollowmg fable, wlooh shoas the aggregate of thou
lust weekly atalemeuU:
lo. mi. Specie. Oxrcu'n. Depotttl.
New York.. ..aisn.W.nn tao.s.'J.irU 4,oil.JH7 aitw,'ss,(
I'bil.delPhlS.. SO SSI Sot SI0,S4I SSSl.tjnt A...s,7ll
LL......... b-VUM s.Jsi.siT a.iu,7i. s4,i)i,a
Tout rsl nntii9 a-"i.ii i Hi.sis.wt swo.kii hi
JmI wt.'.'." JKidWditS ,ltBJil i7,04l,JS 1Wi,SII,:43
liecroa. in loans iiK'St
Increase In sikcIc. ifi'Jfi
llrorease lulclrculatlon V ja
lncreaaa ludcpoalu rvsi .AV J
HUNTINODON AM) BKOAD Tor MOOlITAia HAlIa
roao. iSliittuieuu ofooal over tho road during th
week ending il.ur.alay, Octobor 20, 1801, and ainov)
Jaiiuary 1st, IStHi , , . ,
Hrek. Previously. Total. '
tsiu i,on8 tons. an.oJU tons. BlR.Wstt tons,
loos j(Kia vi.io4 " ail,w7
Inorease. 6.440 47 0i) 6a 67.
lb eaminirs of tha Erie Uailroad for the month of
8eitciutar is ore i
1H..4 1,2,006 TS
Inersaae I8474.1U6 6e
Tbe abiumeaU ot aneeie from Han Vranetaoo duriiia-
tlie wveciit ear coin pare with the amount aipon tad
durius; ilie'satue time in aa toUowai
huiu.euU to Isepteiuber 22, IntA. 2,lull 7VT
toriiMpoudiiig ptulotl laat year. ....... .... i,KwJ,U7'3
Excess this rear
-v,f- HAIX OF THE REPUBLICAN !
SV yiClrll.Fa, kl AKikit,T BUvsH, eVW iirt.
bl luvtUUua att Una Club,
U0S. EAKNIBAt. BAJU.i'-.
At ai. hie ia-m.fi