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PROMOTION Or CCN. WOOD
Ni m vn 1 i , lie raner IT.. fio-i ral V 3rd mi"-
eciclsf.cner.il Si inioy in c otmnvid of the llh
Corps, Mauley heinir unable to take the licl I.
His dospcra e bravery at the Franklin fight
mainly contributed to turn tv li.'.t threatened to lie
a dii.i :riti repulse into a trlorious vicorv.
Whcnapnrtuf his i ouimaud had r in away bc
hue the enemy, tie rushed to the front, bid a
horse hot tinder hm, and was himself wounded.
I" f ill led on the chaise, waving his hi'.,anJ
'idling ou his men to t'o. low. lie rallied his fal
tering troops, and rep.-lled sewn su -oeislve
Colonel Opdyke, of the l-'ith Ohio ltet'im, n".
'Oiwnandlng a brigade, specially ilistingu.i-.Lcd
himself In the engagctiic'it.
Colonel Schoticld, a brother of General Kcho-
ticld, Chief of Artillery, distinguish! d hiiu-elf by
the admirable positions in whim he placed the
artillery, nnd the manner in whicu ho fought
The grti.,t liiipurtaa. e of the victory at Franklin
cannot be overe-iiiu ited, in it cheeked Ilyid'.s
onward course, an I g.ue the Federals time to
make due pn p.uat ions to meet him. .Schoueld
'nnd Stanley conim inded the corps in Held, the
former, hy seniority of rank, assuming command
wf all the fore.
A MILITARY RIOT AT McCON-
FICHT WITH CONSCRIPTS.
McroNNi'LI.-n Im, Pa., December A light
ocenrred nt T,m;cr KiilsM, near tlrs place, yester-
day, between a p ortion of C impair? F, 2()lst
Regiment of 1'tiiiisylvania mounted infantry,
ind sonic delinquent conserin'.s of thin county.
It having been ascertained that a number of them
Bwould be congregated at a shooting match, mea-
snres were taken to secure the party. The sol
diers advanced to the spot, and as Frovost Mar
tial Hotrpt wont forward to hold a parley, tho
onscrlpts cried out, "It is tho Provost Marshal,"
mil Immediately a number of shots were lired nt
him, none of which took effect.
The soldiers then opened lire, and a general
:ght ensued that lasted for about an ho'ir. Tho
leserters wore dually driven, over two hills, skir
mishing being kept up tho while way. Owing
o tho fact that the lighting was carried on priii-
K-ipally in the woods, the casualties wero slight.
the conscripts lout one man killed uud two
.vounded. None of our men were injured. One
f the wounded men foil Into our bunds. The
(cuiamder of the puty, being familiar with tho
otintry, tied to the mountains.
The forcan were under the command of Captain
Ialoncy, an efficient olllecr, and mora nfltlrs of
hit kind may he speedily looked for, as it is de
cruiined to bring these outlaws and incendiaries
BEEEL HEWS I'F.OM GEOSJIA.
1 liltlil nt (.riiaiYUlilvlllc-Unit Null tit's
ItHitt on Jut-hum, t-.lc.
C.wno, December 2. I'he Grenada (Miss.)
Y'tcA-tt contains the following despatch:
Macon, Oa., November L'l. A sevcro light
cenrred near Griswoldvillo to day. Our troops
Hacked and drove the Yankees into their iu
renchmcnts two miles this side of the town. Our
orccs behaved with great gallantry, and tho
oililia fought like veterans. Our loss was severe,
mounting to between .lOO aud I K). The picket
e of the enemy is now threo miles east of (iris-
oldvillc, and his infantry Is still moving in the
irection of Augustu.
Our forces are now In position to repulse any
Hack the enemy in ay make on Macon.
The I'ickct says the Itelicl Governor of Missis-
ppt has conv ned a c. urt martial at (irena la, tq
7 thoso who liid net icfjiond to his Cu'i, mid
tut the uii itia arc much exercised in relation
On the Jtiih of November the citi.ens of Jack-
n, Mis ,wnc much alarmed ut an apprehended
dd by Gcncr;:! W. I.. Smith, who, with 2n
edeials, had cro.-scd the l!i;; lilack river on the
Caiiio, Dercmb. r 2 TLo steamer rtee
ii'i arrived lnht evening. An expedition from
Icmphls, u biler Colonel Kerrc, captured cm Nn
cniherSD f rty of Lylv's urn! Adams' men, tif
,eu miles fiom Memphis, on the All. m-.is side
If the river. Amongst the prisoners are thro.t
lebut captains, a lii.i.toi.uut, llriuadiur-C-etieral
dauis, and an adjut nit.
IDE LOWER Mt&ISSPPI.
iMiortAiit Order Iruiu 2citt'.'tl H'risti
burm fii?r( h l lite l:xcililloia in
St. I.oi is, IVcember Gt ucrnl Wasiihurac
as promulgated an order roiuii in a tof
er ceLt. per month to be levied and coliec'nt
roin all persons in Momphl- who are :n a;iy wsy
emptcd fiom tniiiturt duty and bo'lw'.d trad
The tax is to be upon tlie am Hint of b i -i ie-s
er mouth grantee in the trade permit. The fuud
aus raised is to be devoted to defraying ike ex-
e,n!.es of the militia, and to paying tor a poruta-
Vnt guard for each regiment,
illy order of General Cauby, t'ji Histricts of
est Tenueoee and Ylcksburj lave bu torm j.t
to one command, under (nwiil Hi'ii, with
le hcadiiuarters at Memphij.
General YVasliburno has b.'iU in! .' I '. j i'.ti
jiiimaud ol'lheposj ati I D. .-. ; .' . jii.r.
itU its present litnl s.
Memphis advices of Niv.::;'.:. . tU.t
l exptuitLu from M.-uipiiis to o-c-j a Uu
isjuined, having 4Ci.o:up!i.'.i:d ctu n.'ii' sucer.
Kneral Dana has ordered the tis lcrs ri 'ic'.s-
Lurg and Natchez to immc jia'.eiy bain N'o.tU ail
icy cloth uud Cotton goOis r.'in i.u in iliic
ands, on ptiin of couiinatioji.
the rmcH ix aizsioo
anirriaj Troop Ooii.t k anuiuto
tepartesl Victory lor tlia native ft
f lonatl Traopsi, '.
Pan FitAiiisio, November 10. Mjs.icait ad
ices by the steamer Han-amei.ta si.y that Ni.
ember IS the r'reuch landed troops 1 MaMumoo,
ad took formal potscitlm of the town. Tho
ovcrnor of Muzatlan, with hii forcjs alnudiied
ie place the night previous, to that in rcituace
as oflercd to the lauding of the t rench.
It is Uo reported that Alvarez had defeated, en
uperial force uiarching on Atapulco. Heavy
nd constant rains prevail throughout California,
Lltrmptlng trade aud (ravel.
LATEST rROM SHERMAN.
HE IS THIUMrn ANTL V MARCII
INO TO THK CCA8T.
On the Z(k Li? Arn.j- r, . Fcrtj-Five
M:(!sSot.L cf A ,. i-:u.
Ill' li'll- IM I ipe;-. C' tlt .' 'V Ot N'OVC'Obt'r
(Tucfd.tr Li'tj have ' ecu r ' -o in 'his city.
T!iy con'f-.iu a Jc st v. 1. fr m Au.' i-u, dat .1 th
2fth. annotaiclng that on that lay Shoi'iuin's
f.rmy was f.irty live miles so-irh o' A'igti"l, Ga.,
"am! so far ha been batlc 1."
The same papers repeat the r- t r thitl-lier-mait
was rep:i;se I It attempt!!, r to cro 1 1, j
The H.'bcls cl iltn that fior h'il! h'l I M i ;y,.
Ily SheviTi, iti's hrln "ba!ll 1 1" . u ino tlr3
Ilebel pa;iei s m- an ttnit th ) iiav e.u 1 ,1 h ;n i'i
kittl 3 and li Ustr t'.ed him in some w iv, bee me
he iip)e.irs to I c K"'"it by A ig:is: i.
If .my one will loon a' the in h ' wi'! p'r
ciive that if the IIbIk.! dcpai. li i i'.-.I ,ru j is
true, th it Sheiman was tlireciiy so i.h Vu
gust.: on the i'llth, he must h ivc b en m that t-ini
near W.iyiiosri'irn, iie irir a. in p -sses.ion nf iw
l.-st line of railroad bet veen Aivr-sta .i'id Siv.iu
nah. iinl the ntt.nir if I h it roil d'str,ivs the
last mi aus of coinni'iiii nti.n b. te.-n the. t -t o
cities, ex. pt by way of the r v r. tvV.eh w;,l
S' on be stopped. This kind o:' ")atllin,'" Suer
lniin can -bind if the tebls ran.
Tho "repulse." at the O. onee rivea could n t
have amounted to mm h, or we should have ha 1
It traded in glowing coiors ere this, and not
iiiinonnced as a mere "rumor." II sales, t ie
Hcbels ncknnwlcdge that it did not impede his
'1 hat Hie Kebel- hold M icon ther win b' no
ilnni t. M'e nr-'oimu they rli 1 n .t cp t tint
Sheriimn should s:o,i h, pNoe li . ni n-id h )ld it
for them. Alter i,e iior through ith it there was
notion'.- leu wotth hmdi i','.
If Sherman was forty-live miles diroetty south
ofAusritsU on the .'o li lilt., he .is within about
one hundred :ul twenty mi es o'' Savannah. He
has probably m nvhed at le.i"t lit'tcon nines per
day during the live sub, .pient d i ys, nnkln,; him
now (n veiity-tiv nrles nearer th-1 coast than he
was then, or only forty-five miles from S ivin
nah, in a l ieh country, wi'ii no enemy before him
or on his tl mks th it amounts to ,i tl.-.i bite ! Tnls
isrroprcss indevd. Waihimj'i) . .' jiiihUciii.
SKIRMISHING IN FHOGRESS,
Goncrrtl Hood Trying to Cross the
Itc, JOto.. lit . . j:to..
Nashii,lb, December 2.-light skirmishing
has taken place with the Ilebel cavalry all day.
A comploto lino of intrcncaineuis encircles the
city. A portion of our cavalry f uce encountered
Forrest's Ilebel cavalry three miles from town,
on tho Franklin pike. The 1! ihels could bo
plainly seen advancing towards them, and our
troops retired towards the city.
It is rumored that Wood is endi ivoring to cross
the Cumberland with a large cavalry force.
Many experienced oiilcers predict an engage
ment to-nicrrow. Our forces occupy the lines
around the city, and are In llne-of-battlo.
Ihree soldiers were shot and killed by the
guards in the streets to-night. Their names are
Arthur I.. Cheary, 8th Kansas; John MeCarty,
llillh Indiana j Joseph S. Kraut, "th Illinois
run 111 til l. Oi l 14 Kits K1I.I.F. ASt
HuiMii n vr run Ki.ri.vr uatti.k
M. t tlj t,t ilic Kvbe! ;cuernl ('letturue.
li.ior-General Patrick 11. Cleburne, of Arkan
siis, kuown ns lh ' lliit Irish K. liol," was killed
on tliu 2thh lilt., in tho Im'tle ot 1-ranklin. Clc
hun.c has played u pioiiiinenl purlin tho various
conllicts In the West, mid has borne himself in
b.s l aucr with such marked (li,;aity us to win
and maintain the respect of hi- enemies. Few
(Ulcus i f the Itebel uruiy huve 1 lien in the war
who have beeu moro profoumby respected by
those with whom they have beeu brought ia cou
tiict than General Cleburne.
Fuuii k II. Cleburne was Inrn nc.ir (Jucens
town, Ireland, i n the 17th ol M crch, lss, and
conseiueutly was, at the time of ois death, nearly
thirty-seven years ol age. At the aw of niuetccu
he enlisted in the Ihiti-h lis' lu antry, knowu us
the "1'iince ol Wales' Owu," Ho u ju.-t returned
from Ii.dia. Aticr tliue yc.i' service young
Clcbiin e piiiihnsLil Ins tti-cha and emigrated
to Aniciieii. lie scttlid in lle'ona, Arkansas,
and stiulud law with the II ,n. T. U. 11 inly,
Chief Justice cl that State, and v is successfully
ciigugcit in the piaetice of his profession when
the war broke out.
With General Ilindniao, lei 'ius To!k, nnd
others, he joined the minis as a private, but was
scop electee; ;2;,t!U,i 9 voii'r""iy,aud assisted
in neiuring the l.itle ft cel. .C, i"al. before the
full ol Fort Hummer. Clcbunie w is subRctpiCS'ly
ehct d colonel of tin! tirst re , netit raised in
Aikitiisus. Thomas il. Iliad was made briga
dur I'cncral i'V tue State (N.mv.tioti, and phi 'ed
oier him. llnullcy can-ed t' e retreat ot the
Atkiitisas lid' p. from I ! -. i r ;c s I'oint, on the
Ms'fcsiiti, and v.as b.' ieved t. bo disloyal to
il e South.
tin U" e -U'p c i"s' h;ti', tin. 1 y deposed him ;
and ciel ui tie wus abcrwurcU b .ugnt before a
Conr maitial ut Mound i'.v u u c'targe ot
mutiny. I r.Kllcy, however, a r ed tolc.ve the
ninitcr to th" (iici'iou of Ge i rill I'll'ow, who
(lech ed that Hindi, v should no' lesiimc the com
mand of tho forces nndtr Cleburne, which were
thus ti u l. -it 1 1 id ti, tne ('ontei'.i rale S! ites ser
vice, iirol (.L.cvd under Gen ri : I lrdce in South
ins ei u iiiss. uii.
On the 12th of Dec. oiibt r, ; s,2, he v. as an.
pointed n ma or-pe'iemi, .,n, ed in command
ol one of the iliviaiou. ui ilutoi e' Coiv-. Ou the
.1Ul ol the s. ine month lie uim.i kiided his Uiti
sion In the battlo of M iifrec-'i to. liiiring the
cam; r.Uti id' Tul'nliou. t, i i 1 i, (,cnLr.il Clc
bnri e coti ud the Mtc.it 1 1 Cl: i"anoo'. In the
ball v-i Cl.if!.mimg", vh' pteain.rlJ nnd
Jo, he fnii.rd a't it ihr c oie . under Gtnerai
llili. vvl,, h vnj roii'cd tiy i; . ul Tiioi.iaf.
In the foil vv n.: mo t1 ov . uoer and 2'i!,
C'clmrre e n ivanb it h.i oi. i-r u iu t Ii - b itth' ot
Mist Ion It Idee. He hfMthc '.reme ri:rht of tho
line, :ii. U thn e time rcpi 1- i ' .cm rul shei rain
in hi? t-i! itsto c .try 'he ' I nel HI i" of i!is.
sioti lie ge, nis (iiv.-ion w-t- the only part of
Idai-g's aitny wl.i. U reinaiue ' In set after thl.
buttle, and with it,c ivvred tl r mi at to ilisig-rold.
At Jtis.i'olsi Oa t ac Ir.'t" !,i. takln a atroui;
pi.siCou, btic. ceded :a ua'.a;lus Oe'ier.1, Itooker
ith heavy less.
TIps eugaiement refl -cte J considera'.'e credit
on Cleburne, aaj the I'.ebel Congress v v.ed hita
the thanks ot both hot:ses. He was to:i-ta ally in
ti e held during the Atiaatt catnpau, a-i I a ;i'ti
tame to the re-cue ot the army at Joijjhiiro Gi ,
vhere. Augut '1, l,t. ti overed anj ir4ct.--l
tie iHttate l hi my of Ilji. 0-.-aer.il C'.ehtirna
li'.ved I'Otta witll lfoo I i l he '.em bee U-t, and
t inied the column inve-t:n Uj t hi. 1(, w.i. iu
t 'Uiliui'j.t U Ins o i aivi'.'u al I i-'Uxi'U wh;n ii
y.;l.i:.eJ. General Cle'.aipe was niatiystic f.etid h;ij'.it,
v tll-tua je. ai,a of coalman uus! pre-ou '-t. Uu
toirplcxmu v.a' ti!it,ni h; pis e.,.-. rloar,
I'ietclrg e;e. In nunaer r.-i rsniu'U ilj!y
otiiet, uiojest.uu l ie;arvj.
ht.clels oftlie Itehel fea-' iiin.
There ar? three Ger.e(B.s Adams ia tj-s llcuel
u n.y. Genei ilJohn Alu.-us, whea U-t heard
from, v a.s in commaal of the ''Faui tU Military
l.-tii(t, Departmeut of M.ji.--iijn aai He&t
louiUn," with ueal unnci at Jack. oa, ML..
isi.-sipii. (renewal l. W. Adams, of Tekus, was
in t'ttoUr la.-t ia cofimani of the ' Duir.ct of
Central Alubaun., with headquarters at Tsl'i.
di'Su, Ala'.ama.'' Genera! Witt AJamj of il
fi'bijpi, hai long beta attached to tl.3 Uc'j.l
armies of the vest. It i-nrohibl: tht this v. as
the t J.cer who is rporu J fc- have bea Ude d on
tie Zi'ih u t. ut (he bbtt.e of Franklin, Term.
Geuviul Wirt AJ.,m was a native, of Missis
sippi, and at the I'tmmus of the Uebelllan held
a pRnuiKSHt petition in tuo htaW, and a u poli
tician wielded lauih influence, which was i;itea
to the cause of tho conspirator adinst thd
ln!on. As boon as war had Ueu inauu
rated Adams cntetcd the State aerrice and
raised a regiment of cavalrr, which was knowu
as the " ludepcudent kfistissippi Cavalry."
U6)Siuaine41u thg wiuiAn,d, of fte Mt rciiHvUt,
( ncaic. '. oi iiN'.-iiing In the West. null Pe ifeiiiVr
lih, IS' 1, wiio.il be iva-" pronio'ed a br.oilio -gtticral
for ervice (n ihc rear of Ge ier.il U-am's
army les. i; ng Vi. k-o ir,;. He was s inse
ntient! v rrgsge I in the e.unp liitn of Atl.mu, b it
ii.J not pun. u In i lr distbn uish h tn-elf. His
brigade inovnl nor' i wen Hood, in his wi d
goose clia e Into l enm -s o, and '. Franklin
Adam- gathered the bitter fruit of h s fi lly.
Skrfi'li of ili(s ttoltrl i.4'ti(rnl lien. I'rtttU
M.i.or-tb'ner.il I'.en. Frank Che.lthani, of T 'n-nes-ee,
i re, orted to h ive ticen -voand-'d whi.e
iead nc his c'-rps of Ho id's arinv in an a-siilt
upon t!i'' c nitre of our onjtinn s', Kr in'J :i. o i
Nicnilier in, is.;i. n,j otieer has bi-nj a
proniinent p n t in the v.oiius ea-up .rti-i i the
west, and has cr.l'bially foiii-ht Ins w ly, a ;ainst
sir em; i p .sir Ion at Hi h.non I, t . hio. p i.o.oo
in the Itcin I nrmy ; but thoueh p'a-ed in c un
mnml of h corps, he h is inn h 1 1 indue nc 'e,i m.-1
at Hi' hniond to "(" the pro notio'i p-op.'r y ti-.
loneine tothe pospnn. 11 : is th only in i, u-.-mi-crnl
in ti e Hebe' arm eoiniuandiiK a Corp'.
Genei.il Cbcitham wis birti in II .bans .n
c uuiy, Tenn'ss e, ab i' tin. v.-ar lsj... li s
paient- r'nioved when ('i.ea'ham was
youi r, to Nah . ille ; I1...1 ill to the ti in) of tu
btcihiit? out of the pi c-i ol war, the snYo oi
this slvi-eli hid n sided near ti.,r c ty. lis
latl ct ii tt him a b.iu l-ome fort'ine and a 'a ;
plo ie .:( :, -i. He bote the eti ;r t -t- r of a s i rim
in nt cin.. ', rather then t'litofa : u 1 . i tar or,
benv i eie i i ly c oiipared to (;.:;. r.il .l.i 'U- ,n ia
the i!n s o'' l is youthWl ece-ses.
iici.trel t healham ticuie 1 m t'. "i c.rn .a:;n' i l
Mi Ti.o. He raised a eoiiiv'.iiT of vw' n t ; i - et
N'a-hv :'ie, l a- the 1st renin----" i"-'m'r .-, ( olo i "1
I a in pi ell , and in arched to M - i e i:i'tsi',.
111--en I ol the year for wlivii the e mi inv In 1
vobinteen d it was hotinraiilv di-ehar 1. " f o.
tain Cheatham returned to Na-hvide ami ra sed a
lull leLtinient i the .11 Infiintrv ), ren "ivrg a eo.n
musion as colonel. He reached Mexico in inns
toemtiiue in the battle of Hn.-ria ,-t i, wU .e he
j're.itlv distinguished hiin-i II.
Diiringlhe exciting p--rlod of April, lv II . .Inrlner
whirh Tennessee was rnshed ou- of the L.iion,
Cl.ealliam played a prominent part, nnd was ie
waidid soon a:t r oy an apiiiitineut as e '-t-i!i(
r-gi i.eial of Tennessee ruilitla. Ttie HoMel
ioMin'neit cte;nhd tho appo'iirmeii' to the
provisional army of the Coined rate St lies, and
Cheat!. an. rnnked as the thhty-eiithth b,i::a tier
general of tho armv. lie was iui ii."dia'e'y as.
signed to duty in Wet Tenmssce. his hri;i e
beiui; engaged in bud liir; Forts ller.n n and
"n Sent niber 7, IS-1 he was re a sign ,1 a
Columbus. Kentucky, to iin- 1st Mrignie, I'o k's
Dnisii i", Hepirtimn' No. 2, in which .:re the
regiments of two or three mi'iscinerit llebj!
generals, nrd attached I which was the btferv'
of Alexander 1'. Stewart, now li.nit natit-reae-rnl,
ainl ( heath. tin's su, erior in rank ,n he is in
e.c.y d'her rcspu t.
(i'i September II) his d'. isi .ti fo-m.'d pi', of
the atta King e.ilunin at Chi. hain iuiti, mh'.fi the
cor) ' of Folk, to whi"h 'heathaui w as still a--tncl
cd, wns ilcfeiited by (b neral Th .tins, lie
hcteagiiln etuountered H(iiiseau's Division, bni
at this time under iiuotli r cotnin m h r. Ilo enm
niundi 'l the corps of 1'o'k in the ab-enco of tint
ollieer, at 'he bsttles of Mission Hide, Novem
ber 2ii. 21 and 2'i, but failed so badly thai he was
relii vcl fiom duty and went to Atlanta.
lie w is enrnged iu most of the buttles fmght
during the campaign of Atlanta. On the 2Sth of
July, IMil, he siiceer ih d Stewart as conitnan.ler
of the cntps, the latter having been wounde I. On
his recovery Stewart was assigned to Hardee's
Corps, nnd thus Cheatham remains in eornm iiid
of Folk's old corps. Ho was ill ut the beginning
of the present campaign, but could not ho kept
out of the saddle. Il was while commanditu the
coips alluded to that General Chea'haiu was
wounded nt Franklin.
In person Cheatham is large and heavy built,
of n blond completion, with dark hair and eves,
and is about forty-eight years of age. His char
acter isns described thai of a reekliss, dang rous
AEMY OF THE rOTOMAO.
Klit if Prrxeiitnt inti.
1Ii'.Anu-AUTi:ns Ahhv ok tub roroMAc,
December 1, 10 F. M. A groat denl of artillery
firing has prevailed to-day in the vicinity of the
Jerusalem road; but without any result worth
mentioning. At this hour un unusual stillness
reigns along the entire linethe plckots souiniugto
have become wearied of their continual firing at
This aileinoon the Maryland Ih igado rocoived
the new Hags which were ordered lor them by
the Legislature of that State at its last session.
After the brigndo had passed In review, Governor
llradi'ord made a speech to the oiilcers and men,
which was responded to Iu feeling terms by
Colonel Dennison, w ho commands the brigide.
The men composing the brigndo have seen
Si me cf tho hardest lighting of the war, and their
thinned ranks and tattered c dors show how they
bore their pint in each engagement. The new
colors ure very handsome, uud made of heavy
blue silk, with fringe nnd tas.sels of gold.
On the Hags are the nnmcs of the different bat
tles tho regiments participated in. The entire
aliair was one of the most agreeable character,
and would no doubt have a good c licet ou tho
men. The Governor and stall' leave to-morrow
for Gcrctnl Ilutlcr's Department, when the regi
ments there will receive their c dois.
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NEWS.
6;ciliil l( si:itih's tu K Killing Telegraph.
ln.iorlttlil .Mull Arr'tUROnieutn.
Acooidliig to the new mail arrangements
which go into ellect December l'.Hb, wo shall
huve two I'liick mail trains c nh way with 1'iiilu
delphiii nnd New York.
I'liniiko In I lie 4 itBs(rllloit Ac.
It is said Secretary Stanton will recommend
Corgress to change the Conscript'on Act, so as to
invent drafted men from running away. A
fecret diuft has been nsoited to In this District.
The trouble Is that dratted men run nway
bclore they are legally i:o:!iied.
I'luiiil on I lie Ketiicil 1. 1st.
Colonel T. F. Andrews, Faym.ister-Geiiernl,
bus been placed on the retired li.st, after mote
than forty years' u tlve service. M 0 r IS.'.c bus
lein made Brevet llr c' l.lier Genera1, au I !i s. Ill
acting as l'ayma'ter-Ge eral.
1lie hi. r,lin.ilr.kliii.
The Fre-idi'iit has i,ot yet auiiounced iii- cle-cl-lon
in regard to the mejessor of the .'ate Chief
cn I'uolnl lni lltlie-i.
At the rt. itcst of ro-bnaster-tietiiTal De ini
son, the leading c.lleei.s of the railroads rutnang
North and West f.om thl- point, met at the I'o-t
Ottice Dipnttm 'it s erday. Anion; them
were Colonel Th 1111 A. frcott, of the I'enu
sylvunu Central; J. W. Garrett, of the
L' llt'nmre and Ohio Railroad ; H. F. Keuney, f
the I'hiladilphia, Wilm'n'rtoi, and Ilaltltmre
Ilailr .aJ ; and W. Gat.-tner, of the CatnLnaal
Anibcy K ailroa i. Several of th.- s .Uc I'.iles werj
di--cusstd, and il was arra'-ged that tuiougii msli
ualns shall leave Wi-Uin.ftoa ot lA.K.ailO
I'. M ., an i New Virl. id S A.M., in! 10 I". M
he ( ii.c if ii'un.n ; t i be re b'.iel to ten hv.irs.
'I !: n Cet li J nd.i "iriiO.l t- Uiaet iu I'0:1 K U'a
Oil Th us jay ut.
SI on. Jrfiiie b-fi"iS. ot en(n..l.v. Av.
poiulrsl AHornejv-. ssuer a1.
The ufu.sul of Judgj Ho t to accept tue pit of
Attoit ej -General occassio isd no little surprise
ar j :.s not generally credited uuti! tliii after,
tiboti. In his own d partnoim no.e; hal ex-pette-J
it. many stoutly denying the r'ort until
is i icd jf its trutufultis! by G jaetat ll j'.t lu:a
self. Jud;s Johnson, of Ohio, has htba atvotvfr
urged lor the potation, but tl e I'resldent, Mlicr
ing to his policy of conciliation towards the
Western Ilorder Ptatu. and au.- ious to hare o ie
of thei i rep' emitted iu his Cabinet, has appointed
If.iii. Jatr.cs fyeed, cf Ucntucly, and it is tiuJec
oitoi that the teuier has been accepted.
llit I nlsu lHMt- Kaitroad.
hi. Loi is, l'eacmber a. The flrt t.v.cur.ion
train on the I'ulon Tac Die RallroadJ started from
j andottc, Kaunas, the eastern terminus of the
line, on Monday last, and ran through to Law.
rci.ee, distance of thirty -eiyh( luijes,
GOOD NEWS FROM
Captriro of Milieu, Gcor.:::i.
ADVANCE ON SAVANNAH.
fc-liil to TI10 I t elling; Tola rnttli.
WA.iiiMiriN, Iie cnibcr n, P. . The i; iv
( runieiit has re c.ve.l ir.f .rt.iat: n that ') m. al
Sla rinan had c.ip'.ured Mi'len, i u the orgi i
Central K ulroiid, on the .'"111 r.'t iuo. His army
was concentrated, and it if tii' iight h is in ivcd to
Savannah I efore th'.
This ias l a- . o-rat.-d n K-( ci .... -eel tig I. ere
today. Xiiihn is V u: iyn'..l-s ml -fiom
1. 1 J I. I I i:i.i.ii;'( r.
1 1 .. i vs' r r i- t; , , i n no i 0 w ; ".i srt i m.
II I I I Hi 1 I.OM 111-: Hill..
Cm i m. i t 1 1 D's i m. r Co. ii i I i lg. ; H
wal.uler in;e I S ites vs. Sm.ih. I i i'i c , .
w her. in Iheib'tcii'hiiii, ' c re inti'e .'Ce at in ..eie
of the in iis in tw. en Man, a ( h ink 'a id I n es.
vdie.w ,;s eh.iriied with lo'.'ii.ll' the I'. Ill II l.'f'r-,
the niry.y- .icrday. a i r he,1s. nut bat a sh in
tun.', in tu- in t i'h a ver Ii ', ot v iilw, i;u".
strocely P 'elm im l.'.l the .'ot-'ll . '.t t'o t.i
I'icrey .f the court.
Jiidcn C idwiiiaibi Inioosi d the minim urn pun-1-biiK
ut allowed by law, vi.. An ininrisonineiit
of tin years in the II .intern l'euiteutiary, aid the
dclendant was, within an hour th"rea:ter, within
the w ills of tin; prison at Cherry ilill.
In the Civil Coints the ordinary Saturdiy's lists
III! CIS!. 01' H ti ION l'.lllltCT OK V 11HTTVI..
Ciirm or (1 i n isii Ti iiMiNi.ii vvn (" ti: ick
Si;ssios- Judges Thompson and Ludlow. The
case of alton, the poli. cm an, which lies be-n on
trial lor two or three (lavs, ho being eiuire-d with
the murder of Jacob N. Mavl eny.on th.? night
of the .1.1 i f Julv.on the ( irn-r of Ninth and
l'op nr atrei-is, was coneluded yes'er lay itter
noon. This niorn ng the jury cams lu with n
vculii t of . I i,!,:i,r ,.
No otle.r honiic'de e.ises will lie t.':;d a this
Si a Ik (iv Tin me -vii. i rr To r tv. Six A.M.
I'.' S. No. n, oil. One I'. M. "ii. W nd, S V.
Sinoi i. vn I nriiAv 1 1 v oi- Cuii.ii. A rc-p nt
able colored coiiile appeared ncforc Recorder
linen yesterday aiternoon with their child, a girl
of ten years of age, and small in stature, for that
age. They naked counsel re'utivo to the child.
Tbe hitter npis eted to be cursed with n spirit of
ili'.tructivenc8 beyond all control. Not lor a
moment could she be left alone. Coining home
one day from market, be.i'elv ill time to s ivo its
life, the moib'-r found that tiio child bad stuffed
n puce of cbitli into the mouth of a babv sister,
nnd that it was nearly strangled. A day or two
nfti rwiirds the mother came into the lioasj lo lind
the child ill the act of throwiiiR a valued net du2.
chain and all, into the cesspool. The girl cut and
mutilated nil the clothing she could re ieh. She
cut the skitt of a new coat of her father, wh le he
was enjoying a doc. She has often thrust pins
into the limbs of her mother while say ing her
prsyc rs at hi r knee.
The atlidavit of the father was to the effect that
in learning the chi.d was most apt. Her faculties
weio acute, but the spirit of destriictivoness would
yield neither to severity nor Kindness. Sunroof
the pranks committed by her were seriously
comical, nnd unless she choso, nothing, however
ludicrous, could nrovoko her to lam'htai-. Thn
l(c onlcr recommended that she bo sent to the
House of Refuge. The mother shed tears at tho
thought, but the wiser father consented to tho
depuration. The Recorder made out tho commit
ment, and tbe child was taken away. Her lust
prank was the pouring of a lot of oll'eiisive ni.itter
Into a barrel ol (lour, und attempting to set lire to
the bouse. The parents are much to be pitied.
Ibey appear to have acted towards tho child with
exceeding judgment, bul without the least reform
Cumr. anii F.vi i iMiisti. Tho-o who predicied
that one of the effects of the present war would
be the general breaking up of society, tho loosen
ing of the restraints impo-cd by law, and the
gradual demoralization of the c immunity, will
lind mutter for study and redaction iu the Iirnrc9
hiken from the l'rison and tho Almshouse. In
lSiiil the commitments to the county prison mini
biied 20,7sil, while In ISd;! the number reached
17,21th The three vears ot tliu war prespnt th-'S.)
ikures: lHtil, lti.itll ; lmi2, I I ,ti-iti ; istil, 17, 211).
In the Almshouse, the nvoruim pipulatiou in
1M1I was 2b.ll. It increased to 2.sn in Isyil, hut
since Unit time it bus been steadily decroi-iug,
und in Is (.2 it was 'Join, and iu lMi I it was 2 I'I i.
In I Hii2, out-door relief was extended tu 02,:I7,
while in 1 Hi 53 iho number bud fallen to !'.,:) HI.
The foundling department of the Aluishoti-e also
exhibits u falling oil in the number of admissions.
In lh'U, tiny numbered i.O; in l.Sii'2, nt ; an I iu
IM 11, oil; ai d In the children's dep irtinent tho
admissions in l'-bl wero2ot; in lH-i2, 2.!fi ; and In
lMi.'1, 31'.i. Tims whilo we have increased in
population tin re has not been u corresponding
ii.euiise ol eiiine and pauperism. Notwithstand
ing the "ill iiioiali.iiieellectsof war, " our citi.ens,
many of whom have served their throe years''
teim uud are now tit home, have not lorgo'.tea
title duly to tii vir Icllow-miiu, and they coiiliuui;
to remain us luw-uhiding lu tlielr conduct a id as
thrdiy in their habits as before the war.
Coal Di si' Fi l l. There is a company org i
ui.ul in this city to manufacture fa?l out of the
dust of coal. Tiny have discovered a proejsi by
which the dust is formed ami kept in a solid,
compact mass, nnd their experiments prove it to
le a very valuable fuel. It turns frcjly an I tho
roughly , und gives out us much lie it as soli I an
tbraeite. The coal du t, we understand, c. to bo
purchased at the mine-, where there arc iol neue
( 1 1 m i i 1 1 1 ici of it hitherto unused, for th ! sm i'l
f n ice of forty cents per ton. or one dollar p r Ion
I sifted, and It is i st minted by the very intelligent
persons erg ige I in the enter .ri-c, tint n ton of
soliil li. d ( o .1 dust can be sold at from lour lo
Fintt. This morning, about three o'clock, a
lire occurred in an old two aed-a-U ilf story struc
ture located on Shlppen strict, Vl-w Ninth. The
ivl ole honte was un vrcupled, widi the e 'eption
of a In nt room on tl e first lloor, whero a family
r. sided. The buihiin was in a dilnpid itcd con
dition, nnd sevtrni ..tie. npts have ryeciitlv been
made, to set it ou Inc. Ihc Fire Marshal upon
cvi ml occ.f :ons noiiii d tho agent of the pro
pi tty iu iCL-aro tothe iioelccecil co alitioii of the
I on se, uud the chances ah rdid incendiaries.
Thl- morning the piciuisi s were ng.ihi on lire,
am1 before the tluines could b- citiui,-:; he 1 tho
place was well buiuid out.
A ihu ni r Ciim'.'.k John ll .rley, who was
arTe-ted at an eiu'y hour yes er.luy morning
upon the ihnree of liica'.iii 4 into a h cue nu
Gray's Ferry road, below South tre t, as s-ated
a T:tK '1 1 1 k l'Ai u, has been found guilty of
another otlense. Harley, it will he remembered,
eife'-tcd an entrance by boring through the door
with a bra e and b t. These tools, it was ascer
tained this mor.iing, l.a l previously been stolen
by Ilariey from a w heelwright shop at Twetity
fourt'a and Smith street-. He had forced an on
trance into this p'ace ul-n. The prisoaer w
to; nii'te.l liv Aiceraua l atched to itus -r Ut'it
At-. mi Cmi onus. A recent order of the War I
Denaitment gives otllcial aulhoi i, ateia to the
piLClice whieU has nlua ly become almo-t uui-ver.-al
ninosg army olluers, wliU rcfcieiicc to thy
wearing of baege- Indicative of rank. It per
mits t.tci to o spei.-d with lioulJer-s;iaii auj
the presci.bed in-ignia of lank on their bona
equipments. The mat Us of rank 10 be worn on
the siioiilucr-iliap will hencetoith be worn on
tho shoulder. Tuey will also be permitted tu
wear overcoats, pantaloons, tvc., similar to those
w o: ti by private soldiers ; nor ate (iruameuts ou
tbe hats, overcoats, or for.ije-caps, sushos, or
ap.tu'.ette loader re (Uired.
Rri ioiois. To-moiTOw being the iir.-t Stiuday
in the month, no afternoon service will lie held in
the Seventh Presbyterian, and Indeed in most of
the churches of this denomination, the exercises
being in the evening instead. We are happy to
know that the Venn Square Church, Rev. J. M.
Ciowell.is ia a most prosperous condition, most
of its debt being Uuuidaiel. aud uuder the eiU
cient charge of its pu-tor is rapidly increasing in
the nnmher of lit members.
The Nam Yakd Fbai ds. The Investigation
into the frauds and robbetiet committed at the
I'hlladelphia Nuvy Yard Is still progressing.
Several of the parties arrested have been tent to
tho Old Capitol l'rison, Washington.
Tin: I'vtov Voi, vnti m Kvi HKsiiftrvr
fi" 1 v. Pat I- w 111.111'h. since ttie coirim 'nrc
rantm ihr lb 1 . 1,011 woil.l show a "rM( r lul I
the denies ot the uluice. r ICrlreshiiiewt Cnro ivitt -IBiin
the .rcvnt iiietiin. et 14.1'I'J meals havo Imsji
lurnt.'.rd to iinr t.ravo MibbeiSr and tsetwee.l rtx
and "r en Miiiii.iiihT Inive leiiuil tii.leiiirs umler llieir
rni'l. Six ..nip...rt ' litinilii., with IS eliil.lren, 1010
(ii'.i.il rb.lo, w.tli ...h ,.hil,ln 11, 'nnd 1 IT If .-Im I d
s' I'm, w l.n huviliv 1 liken the oath 111 ali,-j m'le-1 n il l
Is 1 1. -.nt Inn, u I:, lenii.id nn-l 1. 1 ,no-t
1 US' eiii' ovtn. nt h:i I'. i'il loilid for th-nn. A
.lip titiiitl ir 01 sotihers Iroin llir ai1.ni. Moinluls
( i (it tlti'ir I (our 1 on liirloiich, luauv 01 wnoai re
I' .i'liiO lli:li llici.i mr a -hort lime lo mi, iit-lore re
st' Mini- tt.eir hntr llev. two itieil it li illy t l'- llli.n'll.
O.ir Hi ipts w.'ir, S-Cis) Irmii nieiiilii--s ut ( on
Ii" lieal II- mils A.-o, oition : se. 1 iM Ui'il ol t.'t'.tns,
ftl"' v'.,y. i Ire In et I; I .nnree-. lielliinr n l.ltl nt
V'l i.'a-el, I h-'V Crew oni-r lor s?JI' I '.'2 aliul'tUie
I nniMiirr. '21 tarreu nl iiitnloei unit a ere be ol
Ins. I and other rtlicles wine, i were lionatfd w re
l"i il (itiriiir the tnniith m nilili' inn.
'I in; Kvi i tu t (ii-tiii: Mivr. A nvet-
lll(I ol tin rnip level, of the l lliled Stite Miilt Will
Is In Id fn-if.iv In ord r to rnlse snh.erii'nii. lor a
ii I. lie- . r riven the Ihinat s nl tl e ( rtv'il'r, lliw
p ml. umler Ihr oliKrK'e ol .siirfc'e ri II a ; fc-n i :,
ither. which is .on. in. I at the bunt ini.ie.- (,.m. al
(.lAs r Kx-IOivernor I'ol.l.oi k. -In is (,. llciL'nt,
I '!.. 'tifli the eiin.loM- . oi in,, tl,,, 0e i.a i!lv. h ..w
, i. "l ii" iri xi iti. ii. to iu, ike il (i i. c tul.
dt II (OXdUKKSMKN OKI' I (ill V tvlll so
, K s.-(inr I'hl'ndrlphia Ciiinrri s.iik n me leaving lor
I tletrliitil m diitv at Wnshlnit hi. linn, i n nt v-s
I I i'N rn i, nnd linn l.KoNAitu M virus teit V'-si 'I'lia. ;
t .biilee It i-i l.tv c(M lu-ln. irroiT nlhi and Mr. I H v.
j l it lii-tneht. ( iineres. m rt. nu Mninlev in a mils;.
I IN on si i.tnlivi n HV now, nl .Miiiiii-o'i; l,iii(ii,
I ol In 'iiiu, k) ; Hi in us r. o t I'i mis v I vail -I ; in ,
oi li'iliaes; I'li r sun i i n, ol .i- i.'ha-. :t-,
p.i.siil tl. H, Huh n-.trr.
Iii . ii' iriNU. This morr.ln;: the city boo ity
was paid by tbe Mayor lo 17 men, ol whoai .1
I wa re rnl ste l for four yean, 8 for three yeirs,
and 4 for two years. 'I hev were ere.li ed ns tol-
iiihs: i-.iiirth vvaril, 1; lentil art. il ; Four
tieiuh Ward, 1 ; Fifteenth Ward, II; I ligh'.ee'itli
Ward, 2; Twe itv-tirst Ward, 2; Twenty-fourth
W .ird, 1 ; Second District, 1.
Th.wsroni mtios; or Coat .During the past
week, i'."i,.'o7 tons of coal were transported on tho
l'hiln.lciphia and Ttevlhig Railroad, an 1 ) .',111
tons by the Sehnvlkiil Navigation en d tr id. j also
1'.027 ions by the l.chh'h Va'ley Uailronl.
Wc, ihm: mi no' iir our renters wbl fully
" I '''" fie wrltrn.'tlie fi'lnwimr. It In (lit. ! :
I.ISSIS'S llAHlKFL N. Y. llMinOK.I
N"v. Willi, lsi,. I
''tr. smuM ami Cntni.aiiv 1 ant lu ilurHitrn v. In.
un.t im iir the tree liv ini.rtv Is iiii'initetl In my jicr
"'i'i w "list miisr In-r the uurluhtom teals iv Hid mon
ster I.IMHIN KClrtl 111V II IlI'llllllO lllllll, III I W ilin'.il lOI,
nl inc.irei rateil It In a hum-el. ho uioiiuy hov mil lin
lirtninul n r iiiicluns salk. Hint 111 I kin Kit a mariner
wlih e., 1 , 1, 1 , nuriorii, ilaluf.i. II ill
2 111 V iiuirashru-iv en tin r.oesp reaelie.t inn ni inismr
AsiurH tavern, where I nllu tllspiLp uv inv weerv brm
mm l.ln.'k enrpot bin; "en In tlui troutv aiato .illy nf
N. erk. Hint .am nl' ttie tir.ilherln nf oar ivav
wiiril slaters i'l tola Into Hie tlie worX Mzlnras,
1 V eki-,1 nu sed carpet Ii.ik kenialnlna uiv last
ofln-l 11 ir, ami linst.il t ,.,n n,y knli iroiu
tl e.'evimr n I'llyinrnt. wen a blnoco.'iti-il h're'lo, y 'tuly
llaedl hlspnrutiit iisw on mr shimMer, anl s7. iTiiin
weli'me '' In vnln I prulestnl Hint I wns a MethodMl
preacher, sellin frmt treei my no.e wleh hlossoms as
tlie lohsilr. an.l copy ot the New York Xo&re I he 1 In
uiv pocket wu sunt ine, mnl I mi to hum ,101 fl led
w ith mv IihSkin eorela on n tiitf ami t-iniel (iio il.) ih.w 1
to tlo t M.isiile aim.io 01 our Mutii Tin hrfihrin In N.
Voikbiv I pcnrnveil at a Khilirn Hie atrati-nik Imnor
in r inn inislilon. Wen I aut thoro tin I.lnkln
niluli ns t ut me wan a ronni.tiy of booiemier I'nli
cuiis, as th i I hud been Ink In renin r warfare. I mna
y, In this conneeksliuii, that I wo. surprise 1 at tu
sine nv iinln.riii worn by thn Pelicans. Iteomlats
uv a hole lu Die seel uv tins pants, with the talc uv Iho
shift waving- aia. fiully iiierniro.n. Tho Koraul ap
proached nie, when the lolierin collonuy ensowl : -
"Arti mils IVurd, foVre muni" (nottinr tioak) siluilln
to tin) pieces t (hcv wrll ant spoke, but tho Kernel did
not see H, bat 1 ni.tist ail the time lie was eycln my
dollies wlallullv, tliuy beln tho ones I sot at vuro "sun
price," under Hie Konlhu utal, and they siu bun uiw.
vx' rptin inewrivoi we.hil.
"ir. Ward, I rcsccve too sladly f reeront In Iho
Biiinil srniy of heeiloin. V.z yu divest vorself of tho
clothes nv the tyrant; divest yorscll- ov whatever thiic
erln anecl.-liliu yoo may hev lb 1 Hie land uv yer na
tivity, and ez veo array yurself In llm pitrh uv a stntherln
aoljoi try lo All yuroaoul with that Huthorln f ell 1 that
annymntea us all. .tones, " ard he, ail tnsiln Ills nr
ilerlv, ''la Thompaon deil yb ?"
"."sol quite." sez the Orderly.
"Never mind," sex the Kernel; "lie e in't ult wa'l nv
Hint lever; atrip oil Ills unllorm and uiv it 1 1 IV.nl mid
1 J uibicd ii.in the ml t nv 1I10 unlfnrnis I w n As inn
around mr, I'd rutlier not enlist, but I s"l notti I iiin
Hie nritorlv returned vvltli Iho Ueereat Thompi ei'a unt
il, rin 1 groaned tininrilly. Iherewns a pi-re uv pants
whli thn .ei't cuilrely torn away, and won lei( g-otie be
low iho knee, a shoe with thn smu oil', and llm straw he
hud wrapped around Hie other mot, na.t a Krev woolen
"I'ut 011 vure iiiih'orui rite liore.-' aez the Kernel.
Iteluetulltlv I piilb'd on" my double aole.l boots, und 1
wii, 111 Irllti'it lo sen ine Kernel kl, k off the allp'iers ho
wore, and pull em on. 1 pulled oil' mv pants he put em
on, and to on with every article uv dress I Doaaeaat,cven
10 inv tvni'm ove rente, liz 1 passed out the l.ootenunt
K e nil 1, Mujiir ami AJItent pulled inn In won side, and
a kl me II I coi'.l.'iit fit tlir.-e inoar "Juinneni." Wun
glni'Me at their liabtllynieuts showd uin why tuey wua
an mixloas fur hoiiutv iuuuairs.
.MeuMire.a hev hei 11 tint too uilfmn out uv this. .Mr. Aator
li'ssell puilians will 110 my Pule, and wen 1 ain I shall
wait sn eiilini new soot of (-lotlica Irom you, wieh I
tl all luimrilnirlvoriler to tiike Hie place ol the unllorm ot
tl e "I'tllcmu," wleh I at 11. incut wear. Y011111 with dls-u.-f.
A. W AHU, iShowm in.
'in Clmrlfs Plukea snd coiupuilv, lailoi-s
III Hie Koiitluriitel Hotel, I'll Loli lfv.
Foil Titr. Holidays.
A Itrillii'ii Varieiim'
Hare anil Ch'.Ie. I'lait't'i'ilou.
H i'teil lo liie Hanson,
iuW hi-a 1 y,
In box ... a ' one, ta.., t'T,-.., loot', aeil live d"llirs e eh.
Hit." ri: K. Wan man',
No. li'lo II irket str.ni.
in slit NHS.
As n gilt from a husband to a w Ifo there could
),e in HiliiKio n."pro'tl..e as Hie VI heeler wilaon sew
1 ( 1 ni-.lts.
At a 1.111 noiu u hitt.er I" a dauchOr the Wlu-cier A Wll
lon Hewhiff M'li hlnc wiadil eone- like a p.'t'Tiial U n-di -I
is.it- Try il, yu kind tieirl. I i.ilhora, nn4 ;.o ir ehildreii's
chiiaKu will hie, you 1'., lever.
NofMiiR could be m ire ui-eopisble u. apntet.t fri'm a
Lrolhcr to a -l-n-r tti 111 one- 01' tlio.e atlatirali'.o idi.ebuioa,
. 1I111II ted lo be the best in I he v orld.
r in 1 s'l-s.
As 11 token of eslei'iu from uletid tii irii ml oof ; cmld
be ini.ie er:,oit Hmn this World ren o.-tied S.-sihir
Ill 1 1 . '. IIIIIOI'ISTS.
1 liose who I. in e u des '.it to .to a ,'i'eat a-noii'il of niir.il at
11 aim II c at, 1 11 aid -ein! a Wl.ctler A MMtou Ma' bine to
acme 1 oor a'l ilk' I'lu woman, and tliereliy ena'ile t.er to
supi oil 1 (-rae:i and laiolly.and l.o op eo.aelli.iiif .,r the
future, lie. se who have a M lioeYr a Wit.on .Maciiine
are sure cf ph my ia wink at kood pthis.
To th-.w' ihe Immense and iirowln..' p. i. ita ity of the
VVh'P'.er A: Wilson y.n.hinr, we w,.'.i!d t'a'e t.'eit over
V'.o. .. of ill' at will bar-. Isten aiaiinta-tun. I tl,!. y;..,r, ti S
iit iilly '4b have l.eoa toij ia PJii.adelpliu .'iloue. tatlrue.
lion flu 11 at 1 la re-lilt acei 1.1' p irclia-eri. livery niaehlad
ti sirunli-J, ai.S tin iiioai' ri-tiiliiLd 11 u ,t eatln-l) ati.
luetory. e adv iau a.l tu - 0 10 Hie ele jitnl .almroiu. ot
W heeler 4 Vi ilton, 'o. Tel Ciiomit treot,ati. ,- llie.-e
woalrrlul Wncl.uiet hi o:.eratlali. 8eud fur criutaraui
.pi caueiit ol vork. No charge.
t.tl I. K.iSl 1 AM' HAUL 101 i! s. L. r l . .
Ti.r Dl-loxn Ml. I) Voi In. I'.v iiii.I'.t;','i v
r v.i 11. 1 1 .
I ell me ye 1 . villi; p-.a er-01 late "
a 1 1- i-rii-il hi tm. ul v.oe.
- W 1,1 1,1:1:11 huve been born su vt it.
While am plaei-,1 fo l .w '
Ii mine wi re rank ami I ifty birih,
I'd prie iht'm more tbau they
V.'!io Ituve them. et know not lbs war.u
of titles wlihti they seay I"
" Ctaio. buy." hit .Ire aid llnu ooai n. 1 1.
'lo moi.m your destined .lute;
Your birth haJ chanced witliiu a ta id
Where any may be irreat.
Here you need not your boa.le atAiut.ua
On what jour race have done,
For all the glorlee which yoa gaht
shall by your.eU be won.
batureno meaner situ reveal.,
(if bony or ot Dilml,
lu 111 than In the l ilnce wha leal.
( enleinia for allhla kind,
'ihe proudeailnoble thai does new
Unnsell 111 mlrrori UII, I
Looks not superior to you,
In clothes Irois Tower Mailt"
We are adllng RkABT-MADI aauaasra, e.Utl '. k19fr
ioseot.r; ,',, id.maleetuland Kortmaiip. aay uaite
to neaiure, at W to M per castL lower pr w e have
araUaua coatplete asaoituieat of tb eiiolcait goods In
thenjaiket, purckated tor tath. a( ia. (even tu-u.es
Ihe waieei, and sold forCrfD tnly, thereto al the lew
l prtcei poa-ilile.
)WWI llAXt, . SM Market ilesek
Th Aor. nr lwvrnnoM. While a l.rge nam.
ber ef Mat titnea have htencfferfd to tha aut:ie. soma (,f
hk-ti rs" ""'In" of eiesliea. e and tr knowa.ited naerlt
we bat e b)-feH,wl.atoterB kaveeseerteneed.lhene'ea
alir ef a Maablae mere perfect In lis mt-han:ceJ .tr-iet'ira.
ri.mMiiinir, in me Ai; Aiji d.irfe, iMi;.f. ny wiui .h.-ii.
toVi, and wills capal.ie of delng a prf.r rni je of uort,
one that could !' caa,l undi-retiAid and cimpr.h.'idel
1 hi., we are hai py in ay,hat b i n ae 'oan'Vsi.e l br H-.e
bberal (-xiei.tl.tuie of ca; lul, a:d the atce.i, uiii.rin,:
lata.r ef yeara.
I'n.ni tta Prat liitrniliKticn Hie "Ki on. s' i." hsa jalnrd
h.i.. el rrieiala, and la reiotrded by our llrat faailliei at a
Aei.t....-,f eeei iti'ss.i.pd.-iti.ivelv nrovlnf, what we are
rio.i faopy lo at uom liil.e, thit the piinlie tellv ap;.,e
, .a-e ih,-101 1,1. fs";i,., .10.1 .0, ml ..'r r m''ine.l tn the
I 1 cuts, t u 1, lose Moid at V11.1: 6 I 'he 11, a aireet.
I or the In nt fl, rf oir rail-lei. we will ncntlon .'"lie in
Iii. aitvantaia-i ami Uneroiejiieiita of III f.oren. outer aU
I! ' ' fn.r .lif. ,,,,( i.'if -',. if f.,-e. .,, ii,lf
I, att'l 'hoi f. le .1, on o.ir an. I the .a ne mat -'iln : e i 'h
-ot h biina no., co f.w', .li ol tt.e la'.ric, and aeitliei- of
lli.-in will rilvel.
1 1 I, at the 1 fv i . , ; . .1 .iKeion, and l.y aim.,lv tiirn'ns
. IS not. . i w ('ie work e Hi run , itl,-T to Hie r .-'o or lei'-,
urmntani can of I '- t.one.nr la.l 11 ll,e en.ls of t".e
iotn a wtHiou: turniiig 11.0 nitinc, tiivreir a vieg i.an l
C'tnvlek II.' I" Ii 'It e'Oie sl fll, and fretl ins kind ef
'Id tl I" eci.-h'T, ' .10 . ( Jill b' ileiil" SL le 1: Ma l ine .
In 11 "f or .
A cry 'o,' .'' t'r-f-t n ,.'i- , mak'ni tho sra'n fen e
al d Mlnioini.
It ia ali'io.t 'let.', Vf.(, and can be ued wlr're ,j,o,'t I.
I', iii-'it en are all -as t: it, f 1-0 a-e no t vr'ns a to -et
ot.l ol nrU.-r, ami Ita smipUi.,(y euiil'i a Kit moat .iles,ie
rh ii- ed to oii. rste it.
t, 1. ,'i' o,'F i'i. t''( , f L'.e e.i. r.it r, a a nt: mt-hln-ry
I. on the (op 01 Hie tatile.
. m t' 'unit itipi't 1 ra in it.' trei .f, in tk 'nf five
Iit-he. lora-ti rei oeitii.n.
.'en t'.iiea . ,.i,, 1 1 t-v..,-V a-nl '. . '.
.' ih.i Arm ,..' ft t ' oi wttti e-inrtl la, III' jr.
1, tl ' il' t , ti' 1 in ti 'I -inn or mii.-'ii utru.
I'.very Maelihie hits of Jen-Sa' s.t'snt h.ronis-'a
atiaeh.d, niutl.ling the 0)11 tator to turu ue.' 1 ..' -c .1
It tli.e. not reitnfreflnertlireadon the under al le than
It doea on Ihe 11,'piT.
Ilwlll sew aiioat Ihe heavient aenma, or front one tn
mere thl. kmaa of cl.'tn, without etiaiige of teuti in or,
ITCukllls ol thrfail. or akl. plait .tlieliea.
II Inia a mni.'nit ami aell-ietoibitliiic teii.len of iliread.
A " I'lrin. li t .s.'f. .s.iivr," w-liicb tfuiiitt 1itl iroe i.-ia
1. eurnl.htd with earh m.t- h'.ne.
Wli le posaeasinit Hie above and tne'iy(4)"r ailv eiUn 'i .
'he llottnro la .old al crrt'spoudtiia Wloes w Ite o'.n'T
tlral eln.a Maehtnea.
Ihcre la no risk In linying the Florence, as every
Mai'hliie la warTAiiO'd to i;lvi' i ntlre antl-laetion, or tile
nioni'v tefiinih -I. No cearj.-. lii-lim uud. for it-arm in 10
.petaiell. We n am Hut an atrney ..r the i.i e ,11 tti-.te
wontlTfnl Ma-'hin... la aismt bema eatahlitlie.l In all ttie
prlni-lial chit a ami lonns In tl,.. kiyal Mutes, and we
t.lvlseoui ii:.,.'ei. .f ih. . iiiini.t eill at i tin salear.i mis,
Ne llao 1 'hcsi.n: .i.'tet to li-li.H,,r eiri 'tlars and .auiptva
"I sew Inj.-.
Of.sti pmhsi'b n cis. All the latest styles at
('barlce Oaklord Hon a, ( ontlni ntal Uowh
Zri nvR Goons 1011 Cnnisniss. Wc know of
notions; more popular or more appr jprlale for presenting
purpoaea ifurinii the helid iya than the elegant eei'hyr
work entries that have ef late become so faahloaable. A
gilt Is always the more valuable for haying upon it tha
mark. 01 loving fingers. What, therefore, could be more
desirable or anltal. la than the beautiful de-lgna In zephyr
for slippers, 1 hair seaia, cushion., ruga, and a varietyuf
ether arllt-'ea, rllletl up In the plain parts by
Ihe humla nt a filcmlly or ailectlonato giver? Ut
(bet who cntcrtiiin our opiTilon on till at point
ahonld vlalt tbe store of Mr. John) Fiou, Heveutb
and Aroh atreeta, where they will rtnd tho moat magnltl
1 ent asaorimvtil of embroidered Kephyr deaii;ns, of the
elasa atuve referred iot over offered tn this city, ri-inieof
these contain enpiinl reprcsentati.iDa In zephyr of tiiftaof
flow ers, name heaaa and tropical birda, which, tn he ap
preciated by the lover, of the beautiful, need only to bo
teen. We would alto state. In this connection, that Mr.
1 Inn haa a very large assortment of zephyr, wltlh he la
selling at at moiierutc prieea aa any other house, lisn't
forget lie place John M. Finn, .Seventh and Arch.
A very large a.aortinent of stocking ynrna, enibrti lug
nearly one humlred dlileiint varieties, suitable for Una
laities' wtar, the heaviest artlrtee lor gentlemen's nsa,
artlclet for the soldiers, every deception of Infant s w ea -,
all colors siiltahla for irloves, Ineluelng the Hue white
Susoiiy (Herman make), will be found ut the store of Mr.
John M. Finn, Seventh and Arch streets.
This el'tanl and deseivejlv iopular siihatltute fir tho
Otinan it phyra Is rupldly being introdtiend for all lr
peaes for whl h Ihc zephyrs are adapted. The colors of
the Cermaniown Wool are oiiually as rich and duigaleus
the aephyr, Uin fibre nearly as soft, and the price a groat
deal lower. The place to get It la at John at. Finn s, south'
eaat corner 01 Seventh and Arch streets.
rAM't Aain i.as Bin TAui.a voa f iiesksts.
In thla depurtmeut aach things aa Morocco Satchels,
rocket-books, flue llruahea, Hauil lllrmrs, Uaila,
ri iot-nea, Soapa, Itmbrellas, and gooiis of thai el.ua are
alwaj areepiable gifts. A yaj auiMfmr aaaorira.t of
tl.eai may be found at the popular atore of Mr. John K.
Finn, Seventh and Arch streets,
1IU1I MINI. S ASI) sMtl.t. VVI'.AII.
Al thla season al.o good stylo Ureta Trlnuiiincii are
much In demand. The most exlenalve atsurtmniit of
ta.lilonai'le Uuitona, staplo Trinun'mia nf ah kinds, whai
are denominated under Ihe lienors! term of Mmlll Ware,
also Cloth and Hi k Gloves In great variety, now othircd
by John M. Finn, sonth'tatl corner of Heventti and An-h
I.triirs ani Ciiildukn's nATs. Latest style
at (.naitea Oaklord i.ii a,l onUueulal Hotel.
Di.Liciov:8 Finh CoNKr.CTioNS. We haveeeen
a aiiini'le paicel, neatly, If not cteyautly arranged, from the
maiiiiiactiiilng wnrchouae of .Mr. Htephen F. Whitman,
Nn l'lO Alarket atreut, wlioieiiiiiie aa tho chief mtuufic.
titter of line coiifecilons in this country is well knovn
Tin- handaome leix coiilainlug tho sample, dlaclotol wnen
opened, an as snrttneut ol delicious aud pure coufei'tiona
inch aa would aako any laiilo rich In "dalnt vianda."
Is It any wonder that stoohen r. Whitman sells hundreda
of these boxes nr quaintly devised acd choleely-ilavored
fruits and conaimenta dally? Noniore aneeptab'e bouiiue
of snbstaiitlal aweeta can bo conceived of aa a pres-nt.
Uoas 1 1:11 Almonds, Chocolate, and Cre im Cara
mela, anpeilor ipiallty and llavora, manut'actHred by E. (1.
VVh'Imun ,t Co., No. ills ( liesuut street.
GtioHiii; Stuck A Co.'s Tiamos ash Mason &
riAVO TAlllNur HIllJAN-l. I'AlllNKT
I llltTKH. Ovc VHI of .neb of lh.se line In- (tat. I (SS.
PlSM) strumenla have been aol-l liv St r. t'llllNl'.l'
FOItlKS. li.,eud Ihuteiiiaud l. coiia'aatly (lltilVNS.
I'lANO llereaalug. CAIIINKI'
Fol.TKH. For sale only hv (illiiNS.
msn .1 K. (iori.n. i.muinv;i-
lOKIItS, Bi'venthand (thesnut .treats. Oil OANSJ.
runciiAauns may rely upon getting the best
I uia alCharka O1.kr.1rd A Son a, Coiillueutal ilotel.
Raut: ani llxin isitb Confri nova for the
Ilo iilaya, now lead ut F.. O. Whitman ft t' 1 , No. HI-:
Tun Di nkaiiii On. Company. At the Stock
holders Meeting in Fi iilay alteru.sin last, the follnitliu
named gerillenien weie elected lnreetora far one year,
vIz.i-A.ll.FrulieUcua, Kills Lel, Dr.. I. F. Ilhd, Mr.
William It- Wttlie, and I). Webster ('kamller,; James II.
Ilryaon, T'rentiiror; ami (iu nye llall, ttu.-retsry. The
on ce of the Hecn taiy will be at N.i. '-'.'il Walnut nuel,
and the T'rea-uier a at No. s N HiHi street. 'I'he Cout
pany has ex I. Ih led great eueri J and la now develo.iing
tome of Hie beat oil territory In llreeiic coiiiity, aa.l fraui
tbe knowu character of the persevering oiisiue.a men
I av ing direct! -n 01 thi. e'oiup.inr, nui. h may he expected.
I.atiifs' Fi. An elegant assortment at
( b aria 1 Ouaford A Hon a.ilonliiieutal U nel.
Co tt cm uentauy. My hair is now restored to
its yoitihiitl cok'r, I have not a grey hair iuft. f aa aatis
1I1.1 tt.ai H.e prtparattiiii ia nut a dye, bet acta on ihe
.eereta us. M y lislr ia aea 10 fall, which ia caaainly aa
aih antngo to me, w ho was lu danger of beteoii'i bald.
This It Ihr testimony of many who have Used Mrt. 8. A.
Alh n a World's Hair Kcatnror and .rl'ejalt.tutaut,orfl.iir
luesslcg. I'.very druggist elli Iheai.
Do Yor Ksow Dfan has removed to No. 411
('lie. nut street .- ile sells Totiarcii, Cigars, Pipe. Ac, tifty
per cent, less thsa any other man lu tic- city, iteoteuiber
Jeau, fto. 41'J I. ha, nut atreet-
B. F. KrtMER ' styles of Photographs are un-
.1, lr J line llkei.esaea, tri.thtn'. anJ pleailn;. We sa
il e ji: I" g , early and l.tie id .ay anl d:xi'l"iutnistit.
Mus. M. O. It HO wsi s ' M'ttphysical Dis.
iOirv." k ill Uia ro-it or ovary d aeaaa. Fries . Ml.
Ilu Aii-a t'.raet. ttue ailrertiaeui-ut iu austaer ..aiuaaa.
FINANCE AND COMMERCC
Osvioa OaT Taa RvirNmo Tai-aitaaca,
hatui Say, Ueeeataaic (
1 he luiuLct oueus with a great excitement iu
oil shares j the rumors are as tU!o i blackber
ries from the various wells, and it would pusle
philosopher to detect the truth in the wild
stories which cre set afloat on 'Change. It is
certain tbi the wells which are producing any
reasoiablo quantity or oil re very valnable, as
th'v. iirite of petroleum oil is up on the European
demand, and the high rate of foreign exchange
euables holders to ship at great profit.
Tbe responsible companies should advertise
their piopgrtiis, and give.tlupu'ii t-he newspa,
pern, mouihly staitmcttU, the saS,ai the eoal
non-'.Mniiva. an that tha Dublic mar not be deluded
by the many bogui concerns which the spirit of
speculation ha brought upon the market. There
Is bo ipaestlor, of the Immense value of some Of
the oil companies' sl.nres.bnt the managers of
thr.c owe It to themelve to set their merit
fairly nnd honestly before the public eye throng!!
1 he Stock Market Is doll and heavy this me-rn-lng,
and prices are unsettled, with the excep
tion of Government bonds, which are more active)
and better. i-l20s sold at We'.fo 1071. an ad van:)
of , ; 6s of 1881 at 106, coupons off- 112J was bhl
for Coupon bonds, an advance of J ; and 10 Wi at
b ; I'ennsylvanla 5s sold at UO: and new City 0
In ltailrnad shsres there Is Tery little dolnff,
with sales of Noithern Central at .'s5,; Camdcej
and Amboyat 152; Fennsylvanla llallroad at
fn'"i.7j, an advance of ; Elmlra preferred ht
60; and CaUwisaa preferred at 37, ; 67 was bi-1
for Reading; lf.J for Catawlssa common ; and
U for Little SchnylklH.
Canal shares continue dull, wllh tales Ct
Schuylkill Navigation at 32, and preforred t
38 j 70 was bid for Lehigh Navlg-ttlon ; II f r
Siisniirhaiioa CaniJ; and 36 for Delaware Di
vision. There Is little or nothing rtoln? in Cltv rassen
gir Railroad shares. 50 was bid for Fifth ami
fsixih;2i for Thirteenth and Fifteenth; 10 for
Cliesmit and Walntitj MJ for Arch street; and 24
for (Jtcen nnd Coatet; C8j was asked for Beconl
and Third ; and 48 for Tenth and Eleventh.
Hunk shares continue firm. 32 was bid fo. ,
Meihanics'j 88 for Kensington 41 for Pent .
Town-ldp; 51 forCirardj 31 fif.V,liitf.iotarcr'j ;
and .lierhanics' ; oSjfor City ; 4i for Cusolidatioj ;
and 18 for Commonwealth ; 160 was. asked iit
I'hiladelphla Llankj 70 for Farmersr,nd Mi- '
chanics', old stock ; and 80 for Commcrpial. ' '
0 stocks continue quiet, and prices are lrrjgri.
lar, with sides of TaUcll at 9J, and Walnut Islaejiv
,V,C"3; 9j was bid was Noblo and De ,',
SI for MeCllntoek; 50 for Maple Sha le; 74 r '!
Densmorej 4 for Egl-ert ; 5j for McElhenuy j aat
H for Koek Oil. '.if
Money continues plenty at a'ajiit formed raV,t '
but there is very little doing. Loans on caU W :
freely offered at 6 per cent, per annum; pritra '
paper is scarce, and quoted at 71a9 ir ieAiL, "
The twentynva millions of Five-Twenties itfjdj i
by the associated banks are only a portion o?tb -a
loan to be immediately negotiated. Bixty-rVta '
millionaire needed, and thirty-five millions '
addition tothe twenty-Ore are expected to be it-
tnim d in the same way, as soon ns the first si D- '
scription shall be paid, which is to be done within
Tbe reason for preferring private negotli'.'.-jn '
for these loans, Is to obtain the money wltiuul
alarming financial circles, until the Government .
is ready to come forward for the big loan to races
all its necessities.
It has been determined by the Trcd-nry Djp irt
mcnt to create only one depository in each Jl9- '
trict. Tho organization of Nation il Binkslsto
be fostered, but the creation of too many deposi
tories will be discouraged. Thorc are already t vo t
hundred and eighty-five of these. '
We call our readers' attention to the promcv.af .
of the McClintock River 011 Compunr, cap't.tl
1 ,000,000. James McMillin, President; J. D.
Reinboth, Secretary and Treasurer.
We publish to-day the prospectus of the 811 -Kinah
FaTKOict'it Company, by which it will '
bo seen that it owns, In fee simple, a tract of 107
Hires on tho best part of Cherry Run a mcst
productive oil region, a half of the "Barber
Farm," of 40 acrce, on Oil creek, one mile from '
the Xoble Well ; a lease on the Miller Farm, on
which there Is now a well producing 50 barre's a .
dny, besides leases on the Buchanan Farm and
the Bcnnchoof Farm, Ac.
rillLAIlKI.I'III A RTOi K BXaHAKllF. S.W.M, IVDC. i.
imported by Clurkton Cj., Urokete, Ko. l.l'li. Tulrd St.
llEl OIlK HOARDS.
4(0 ah Wnlnnt f.lsnd. 3'
ism nh do 3 j
lniO.h do ,1'J
40 0 ah do d-41
'Jim all do sown JJ,
.k(sh do .T,'
list ah do o .I'i
IOC. th Hunk. u J 1'.
10fiflTiii:k.-.rit J 11 '
2,I.H 81. Nicholas... 4'i
400 ah di ,
.)0 sb (aldaTeu.....b 0
S Slahl nioi 'J of
-sah Jiriincr Si.
SoOah 00 2'J
loo ah .Noble Jk Del... V)i
OTin u s 5-2PS 1H7 I 111 ah Union nk a.'ii
tin i 0 du 1II71,', 100 Del. .Mill. erl.. . '.I
s.-,is,ll CO ret, 1'Si'a, 1'iQ sli Sell. N. coiu. .. aj
t '! do iw ',' lil sit Walnut la.. hi. il
!t(st U. (t.Sa,-!... U."4! aikl.h do :,U
SILKtl do roup. In; 1 1 th Cam 4 Am.... l',J
lis Poun c uipos,... ii 7 ih I'anna UK n)
IISSK uy da.new c&p. '.at,' 10 ah do 07
t iKSl tt. S. Ill lta Vl' !10 ih do hi
t J li Hch. Nv.iis' S'.'.... SS , '2 sh Elmlra nf 51)
fsl.li Unit llasin... ,'l'a Inn th Full. erlehlJ. li)
Hal ah N Ciiiilral..b)0 tsi',, '.Ml ill Caiuiv. of. ,.bi0 ,17 '4
llau sh JJalaeU Oil tr, Kiah Lelugh Valley. . ts)
Quotations nf Gold at the I'hiladelphla Q ld
F.xebangc, Mo. 34 8. Third street, second story :
fl, A. M 220 12 M 22"
101 A- M 2-'8a 1 F. M 2:0
11 A. M 2L"J
Market steady and strong.
IIaiii'I'.r, Dliiniiy Co., No.i'w S. Third street,
(piotc as lollovt s:
Aiuerienn Oohl 2-sa
American Silver, t's and J's 21S 221
Dunes and Half Dimes 211 213
l'cno. Currency Jdla. 7-1 Od'o.
iew Yoik Kxchange 1-20 psr.
Quotations of tbe principal Coal nd Coal OU
stocks at 1 o'clock to-day i
A .t A'.. mi t.
Fulton Coal 7a H Howe's F. Ja Oil.. 1't -'
ltif MonmainCottl 5 S'i Irving Oil I'i 10
N.Y .at Mid. C.al..H It Pni.e Far al Oil.. . t II
tireen an. t oaj. .. . s't si oeiiainorc i.'a
N.l'arbotit'ale .... S J liai.ell ill; a..
Feeilerliamb'oa!.. ill Mebltienv li
Clinton (Val I', I'i K -l-ertt Oli I'i i
Untlcr (V al 11 Olmatead i:i
Menu nil Co il ifll M 'ibU'.tlitiaiuater a .. t ii
Hwalara HI Hihbard 1 j .
tiintoein y lron...l'U tu'a Mtory Farm 'J-a . '
l'enil Mining J).'a 22 Hruner a .. 2 el
Connecticut .. T'e'roleuin Centre. tM4- 4
Keystone 7tnc.. ., 'J Kabert 4 '(
l.xt-ei.ior Oil I-'1'' 1 V H"XO Inland ...... -a - I -a
lug lank ,'. Alleglioiur jl.'iet.. 1 1..
( .ilitiiientul 3 I'nrtln I I '1'?
Faireii i PhilaitOilCrusk.. la 1;J
(111 t rees t 7S a Hull Creek 4 I ',
M.tme Sliaan Oil. ita .10141 lierisatiia I 1 4
Mi.ia'ntock Oil .I,' o't Corn I'luuur. l'i 't.i
Fetin-Jlviinial'et . 1 tl Hinrvs I '.'
I'irn lilt 4; 4' Koek OU 4 . It
Mineral Oil '.' J Tarr Farm Il 1
kiivnlnne oil '2 2'a lllolie Farm 1 1 t
Venaiiso Oil .'. 1 Sehiol OiiL'ri cU.. .. 2 ,
t't'.innl'etroleum.t .. Walnut lli'iib..s .. t- e'jj
lleaeou I'll 1 ), Kldorailo t'-i 2'.
Heneca O.I 1 H St. Jaiinohu a .. ('
ureal Ic OU I i hi I II Huukaid s .. I'll
llniikUi. Oil .'. 1.'. I aide ell s ..
The condition of the banks of the three triii
cipal commercial cititsof tho Union is cvliib .!
in the fol'Ott ing table, which shows theiigre.a:e
of their last weekly statements, compared wiN5i
the returns of the previous week :
lonnf. yotci. Cirruturn. Plp-j.,tt.
v- a- ViilM Sl'i" tl.'t'.ONl 2l'..'ll.;W ilSl-VielS 1'il.lJ.'
i-fiia" .ivV. 44,i;o.a Man . Wi.'oj
lli'.tton.'.Var.'Jl . 44..iki,.'s,(I 4,ll'.'ls S.'ss.'.ds ,li.ij4
Tola's. ...JSi,i"'-'V'-v'' i7,-J"i til lt,'ii,luJ i 'l.ml.tm
t.atl w.k.... ii5,ls',Ul '-'S.ilJ.rui L.,ll 1,079 ai7,'sll L.
lu, roa-e in loans $-',74S '.el
1 e. roaae In t. cle I,1 iS,s''i
Incretiie In rimtlatsin 'j.'H.4J'i
Increase In deposits 3,40,ibb
Tbe l.edarr of this morning says : "Wiibia
a duv or two'the Black Heath Coal Company, a
new'coal stock, has been put on the books of tho
Board of Brokers. The oiHcers are Alfred Fas
sitt. Fresident ; T. A. Waterman, tsoeretary ; Fre
I'erick Fainhorue, 'Treasurer; James W. Vaul,
Solicitor. The capital Is 1,Ikj0,0o0, one-fifth of
which amount is held as working capital. Tha
p;,r of 5bar Is sjsVlO. Coni!an.vown an extensiva
private bands, haa realljed monthly proiits of
from fS'.f'O to sjsooo. The advantages this Com
pany claim, in its report are, 1st. That loll to
lariee amount is saved by their proximity to the
trunk line of railway. Second. That no expen
sive machinery is necessary, as their works ab . 8
water level re-in ire none, and the works belooj
water level are drained by other mines. ThinL
That their colliery is well developed ; and. Fourth,
That their coal is of superior quality. The Com
pany projioscs to issue one coupon a year to cacti
share of stock ; this rospon to entitle the holder
to one ton of coal per annum at cost, deliverable
at house, store, factory, or oa board ship."
LlTFriT SHRINE LYTELLICEVfa
CLtARKO THIS MOnWlSTA ef.J.Tay
lr Co. -mwraco. .
tor t'o. .j -tin wr a Co
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h. hr N. 1 arlKia, Vl.aeUis ''f''l.'ri'.'t.
hi hr N.tarlKia, Vl.aeUo. 'f,V,-Jri'. t. Audean.l.
Bel.r Hiawatha, luouoy, " "o.ia Minl.Ue.
hiS.r l j. Ileinin..". '"''"'..Ja. TweiU Cat. ,
Kchr F. A. Uutlh. lluiU' 5e do.
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