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'•. ^The extreme,pressnre of axlvortiseinerits
eompols vs, to-dhi, to place on our insiae
pagen hirge number that usually appear
elsewhere. ReligiZus notices, city notices, po
litical advertisements and' many othere
• be found to-day on the inside pages
TIDE BATTLE or mg. sgrAnzs.
`• Inc speculators who are trying to raise the
value of-their property by having -the now
public buildings placed at the intersection of
Broad and Market, are resorting to all serfs
of devices. One of the latest is hauling a big
-bell around the city, hoping, by hammeri
on .it u to wake up the people to, the adop
of Oar views. But bell-ringing is not ar
guinea, and the tolliffg of the boll for Penn
Squares leas a dolefulsound,which is ominou.s.
If anything like a full vote can be obtained on_
the question of the site for the future city hall,
the majority in favor of Washington Square
will be enormous.
TUE SECOND DISTRICT
Theodore Cuyler, Esq:, the Democratic
nominee fox-Congress in the Second District,
baying de9lined, the party refrains from mak_
ing another nomination, and the name.of Mr.
Creely . is printed on thi3 regular Dgtoocratib
ticketstiat are to be voted nest Tuesday. This
.fgc alone .Should be sufficient to convince
ever Republican voter that Arr. , o'Neill , ia the
man vote for. Mr. Creoly's votes will be
chiefly given by Democrats, and if. be should
he elected to Congress,.,tbe Democratsovlll
claim it as their victory, and he will be foundx
voting with the Democratic members on all
The assailants of Mr. William R. Leeds are
very indignant that there should have been
such an endorsement of him.by first-class bu
siness men of Philadelphia as that which was
published yesterday. So they are rather Mbre
irate and venomous than ever, in their abuse
of him; =But intelligent voters -- will _discrimi
nate between the two opinions of Mr. Leeds
and his qualifications, and give thp preference
to the opinion of gentlemen of high standing
in the business circles of Philadelphia.
On another page of this patlir will be found
a letter from a number of our best citizens to
James Lynd, Esq., and his reply thereto-
Since his nomination for a seat in the District
Court, Mr. Lynd has been assailed by , the
Democratic organs with more than their usual
venom, - and ‘falsehoods have been invented for
the sake of damaging his chances for election.
His letter completely refutes all the diarges
made against him. If any Republican voters
bave fought of scratching his name.from
their tickets, let them read the letter carefully
and candidly, and they will change their
THE THREATENED BIIILDINGS ON
BROAD AND HARRIET STREETS.
The indignation of the people has been so
freely expressed at the prospect of destroying
Broad and Market Streets by placing the pub
lic buildings on the intersection, that the engi
neers of the project have become alarmed.
Irresponsible advertisements, and enormous
'articles.in the newspapers, have assured IP
. that such a design - was never contemplated,
and would never be carried out - As these
have failed to produce the desired Affect, and
as the friends of Penn Square hold a majority
of the Building Commission, a special meet
ing of that body was held yesterday, apps=
rently for the purpose of reassuring the pub
lic, as is evident from the fact that it ordered
its proceedings to be advertised in all the pa
The resolution adopted affords the fullest
confirmation of the fea7 expressed by those
who deprecate the blockading up of our main
avenues. We refer our readers to our adver
tising columns, where they will see it and
observe that the Commission carefully allstains
from committing itself against building on the
intersection. It merely informs- the public
that it has discretion in the premises, and can
do so or not, but that it has as yet taken no
positive action. If this is all that the official
friends of Penn Square can say before the elec
tion, there can be little doubt of what they
will do after.
This is.confirmed by the fact that the archi
iect Of the Commission submitted to the meet
ing a plan for the buildings, drawn up in ac
cordance with the Act of Assembly, suitable
citlicr to Washin n Square or to Penn
Square. Of course building adapted equally
to the two sites can.only be placed on the in
tersection of the .streets, if the Penn Square
location is chosen.
A SILLY DEDIOCEATIC'SCHMIE.
Them:tanagers of the Democraticiparty in
this.city, fearing the consequences of the ex_
posure of their recent frauds in registration,
determined to counteract it by implicating.the
Republican party in rascality of a similar
character. A most absurd and transparent
scheme was devised. Its execution, was en
trusted, it is believed, to a certain Democratic
legislator, assisted by one of Mayor Fox's
policemen. The operators proceeded to
Baltimore, from which city they have brought
rowdy repeaters many a time before, and se
cured half a dozen ignorant negroes,- whom
they induced to come to Philadelphia by
,promising them work. Just before the arrival
of the party, election tickets and bogus tax
receipts were given to alp blacks, some of
whom could not read, and' note of wheat
knew what the documents were intended for t ,
Then, according to the prearranged plan,
the Demduatic Chief of the Baltimore Police
telegrapliea to this city that a squad of negro
repeaters were on their vgay to Philadelphia.
Mayor Fox wade a great demonstration with
his policemen, there was a burlesque hearing
before a magistrate, and a double-leaded bur
lesque outburst of horror in the Aye this morn-,
ing. A more pitiable piece of trickery than
this was never perpetrated by men who pro
fessed to have commonly sharp wits. The
plot is so thin that we eau look clear through
it and watch the Baltimore Chief of Police
wink at Mayor Fox, and see the Mayor wink •
at the editor of the Aye, and observe that vir
tuous journalist winking most vigorotisly at
all the parties in the plot, including.the . nekro
man Johnson who, singularly enough, hap
pened to know all about the habits and opi
. Mons o?the accused blacks, and who, by a re
markable coincidence, strolled around to the
magistrate's ()thee exactly at the time his tes
timony was wanted. The Democracy will
have to get up something a little more inge
nious than this, it they wish to induce intelli
gent people to believe it AVM devised by Re
As the Aye has at last, plainly declared itself
in favor of the eleetion of Messrs. Creely and
Thomas, Republicans in the Becond and
Fourth Districts cannot an' y longer question
what their duty is. They must-either vote for
?decors. O'Neill and Kelley, go support
dates who are accepted as proirges of the
Democratic party, altul who, if .they are
elected, will assuredly_rnake themselves the
champions of the rerqcious doctrines of that
The gentlemen mbri have purchased pro
pOrty ln,tbe vidinitY of the Penn Squares with
the hope-that •the -public buildings would be
erected there, are , spending a great deal of too
.ney.ln,advertisemenTs and placards. deelgned
to divert,the attention of the people from the
overwhelming objeetlOns which have been
rirged•against their schemes. it is undoubtedly
the intention of the advocates of the Peifti
Square site, in the event of success erect
theliiklirig,(,npon . what is now the p high
way, forinedby the intersection of Broad and
Market streets. The . question for 'the people
to decide Is, whether they wish these two great
avenues blockaded, and the neighborhood in
Broad street filled with lawyers' offices, and
with the drinking-saloons which will always
swarm about the place where political : loafers
- congregate. :Not only will Broad. street. and
Market street be ruined, but there will bit°
prospect whatever of the improvement of the
neighborhood with handsome edifices. The ,
reckless manner in which speculators in pro
perty in i „the vicinity are lavishing money to
mislead ';'rters", yireti‘es that they fear tootrust
the f!,9m, 'unprejudiced judgment ef the, public
iv the matter.
Bunting, Durlborow 4 co...:Anctioneers ;
N0E1.232 and .2.31 Market street, will hold during nest
week the following important sales „.
On Monday. Oct. 10th, on four months' credit, 9.50 loth
of rich imported Dry Goode, in 'biding - 2 cases French
colored Merinos, Poplins; Epinglines, Fancy Dress
Goods. Alpacas, &c.; SO pieces Lyons Black Silks. 150
pieces MiPinery VelVets, 50 pieces Black and Colored
Satins, 300 cartons Bonnet and Sash Ribbons, Feathers,
Flowers, &c.; Velveteens, Handkerchiefs, Triminings,
Embroideries. Shawls, Umbrellas. Notions, &c. Also,
an in owe of Real Lace Flounced Mantillas.
A large, special and attractive offering of
By order of one of the largest importing houses in. New
York, embracing full lines Linen Sheetings, Pillow
Linens, Damasks, Diaper, Table Cloths, Napkins, Tow
els, Toweling, &c.
On Tuesday, Oct. 11,at 10 o'clock:2;000 packages Boots,
Slloes, Bats, Caps, Traveling Bags,&c.,on four onths'
On Thursday, October 13, 1,000 package lots of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, on four months'
credit, at 10 o'clock, including large lines of Cloths,
Oassirneres, Tricot, Doeskins, Beavers, Chinchillas,
Satinets, Italians, Satin de ghenea, &c,
Also, Dress Goods, Silks. Linens, Housekeeping Lin
one, Hosiery and Glovee;l3almorals, Shawls, Shirts and
Drawers, Traveling Shirts and Sus nders.
Also. 225 packages of Cotton and Woolen Dottle6tics.
On Friday, Oct. 14, at 11 o'clock, on four' months'
credit, about 250 pieces of Ingrain, Venetian - , Hemp, List,
Cottage and flag Carpotings, Floor Oil Oloths, Atc.
"The - Bravest of the Brave: ,
By MISS ELIZI. A. IWPUY.
i o n f a 7 i i‘ e V r l , l7 ,, pc 11:scH2de
The " ThePlanter's
ing Voice,' etc., etc., 4c
Id this novel the author has.' with great ingenuity,
blended fact with fiction. and few will rise from its-pe
rusal without believing that our. own revolutionary
hero, Michael Rudolph, is really identical with Marshal
Ney. The story is full of incident, ranging over a most
Stirring-period of the worhUalistory,and.the_cheracters
•ititroduced form a striking tableau. Rudolph's domestic
trials are finely wrought mit, and the character of Ar
line is powerfully drawn. Lovers of romance and read
ers of historwill be-squelly-intorested in the-develOP
ment of ttiik delightful stony.
Complete in one large Duodecimo Volume.
Price $1 75 in Cloth; or, $1 50 in Paper.
";"-Abore Book is for sale by all BooksWler's. or will
be sent post-paid on receipt of price by the Publishers,
T. B. PETERSON dc BROTHERS,
306 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia.
MrCanvitssers wanted for 'Mackenzie's Life of Dic
kens. Send for our Catalogue.
E W PUBLICATIONS
Mir' Booksellers are solicited to order at once what
bey may want of above Book of the Publishers.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!
No: 724 Chestnut Street.
The - Twin , Stoqk ie being sold out
AT ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS
o xvind un,businees. This is a
DONA FIDE CLOSING OUT,
na the Store will be occupied by another business in
• LESS THAN 00 DAYS,.
Our Stock is large and well assorted. embracing Li-
Mary Editions of all the Standard Anthore, Bibles and
Prayer gooks, Illustiated Works and Juvenijes; all of
w••hieh we guarantee to sell at a saving to thvAtrehaser
25 TO 50 PER CENT.
We have left a small assortment of
Some of them, however, Choice Pictures, framed and
inflamed, which we will sell at fully
25 Per Cent. Less Than Cost.
Writing Desks, Gold Pens. Albums, &c.
All to be cold at a great sacrifice.
An examination solicited.
724 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia.
ss29 th It in w tfrp
CARTWRIGHT .& WARNER'S
Merino Hosiery and Underwear,
Jun received, by steamer City of Brooklyn, 15 .cases
(900 dozens) of Cartwright & Warner's celebrated make
of MERINO GOODS, embracing every description of
Men's, Ladies', Boys' and Misses' wear.
COOK & BROTHER,
Importers and Retailers of Hosiery
53 NORTH EIGHTH STREET.
sells to 2614
. RICH, RARE AND FASHIONABLE
STEPHEN F. WHITMAN az SON,
S. W. Cor.Twegh and Market Streets.
J. 'EDWARD . ADDI.CKS'
1909, 1911, 1913 RIAARIE,FT STREET,
Invitee onlere.for SINeILE 1140tELS of •
FAMIL . FLOUR.
.. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED FOR
west Family Flour.
Choice brands Penna.:Ohio, 3lfeellutil . Indiana, Illinois
arig o "last but not least," l
• JAMES ! - WELCiTS .
FIRST PiIIEMIUM EFLOUR.
Which we viiirrent superior to any othorlFlotir in this
market. A.l.V4oode delivered free of chum°, and war
ranted as represented. Also boat guality' of NOW 11 0P 0
in lots to suit.
GEO,. F. ZEHNDER,
Family- Flour Dfp'ot, Fourth and Vine.
NA" 41Y4 1 Vgist14,, E F .MOILTGA GE
7 ger cent.' Bondi! of the Indlanupolle and Vinecnuee
Rellmed CO.; intel ,, et duo February let and Aug. let,
AT NINETY 00),
.PIIINOIYAL AND. INTEREST GUARANTEED
BY THE • .
PENNA. RAILROAD UO.:
• EW, CLARK It 00.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
0.13,10. - ne .1p KWH THIRD
PH.IeAD - hLPMA, KVENING:RULIXTIN O SATURbAY:: , D:C.TOI3.ER. 8,,A870.
E - X_C.ME'T 01,1410
EN ALL RESPECTS EXCEPT ONEII II
cc cc cc
THE ONE POINT
THE PRICE! THE PRICE THE PRICE!
$3 LESS ! !
$3 LESS ! !
$3 LESS ! !
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
WANAMAKER & BROWN,
WAN r AMAVER & BROWN,
OAK HALL, Market and Sixth Sta.
Jo ••21, CHESTNUT ST.
Q . 4,
t 5 .0
t• ~.aIN U
ENTA NDER THE
3 PHILADELPHIA': PA.
$l5 SUITS for
$l5 STYLE, FIT,.
$l5 And QUALITY,
IDOU't Go Out After
Without taking proper precautions azinst
the chilliness of the. evening. Tho dayi are
still warm, but ihe nights are cool. It you go
out without a light
FALL , -OVERCOAT,
Your teeth will chatter, your knees will
shalKe, and you will have unsatisfactory symp-.
Fine Fall Overcoat for $B.
Fine Fall Overcoat for $lO.
Fine Fall Overcoat for $l2.
Fine Fall 0 vercoat for $l5.
Besides which, you can select from their
Everything that a Gentleman needs in the
way of Fall and Winter Apparel.
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
603 and 605 Chestnut Street.
. TY ,) DIINL AP BUGGY
,ner "WAGONS AT ADOTION.
TUMMY MORNING, Dith ink. at 10 o ' clock,at 'th e ) immix ijounklyivka, Fifth and .Buttonwood
sfreete, I biladelphia.
litGr Open with Oatalognos two dape previous.
ALFRED M. HERENESS, Auctionpor,
4p§ 'Ninth and Mansom etreote.
i T SI B.ER.K.LN BMS'S BAZAAR,
NINTH AND SANSOM STItEkTH.3
SALE OF AN ELEGANT PRIVATE
On FRIDAY MORNING ,-'Oct. 14, 1870, at 10 o'clock;
at the Bazaar, Wilt be sold the following properly of a
private gentleman, namely :
A pair of very superior and stylish nay Carriag e Horses, black manes and tulle 7 and 8 eight years old,
about sixteen, bands high; believed to be the finest and'
handsomest telifif of Family Carrie Horses in the city.
To be sold for want of nee only an for no fault.
A yeryl handsome Landau, built xpresely to order, by,
Beckham k Allgaier, finished and rinftned in the most`
A set of very superior double ese '
bands, made expressly to order, Wood Wheels, Now.
Elegant Hersey Covers, Whip, Halters, Sc., jzd„
air May be neenliy applying _at the Bazaar.
• • ALI , BED M. HERENESS,
And Drawing Materials, snob as Dividers, Dow Pens,
Drawing Pens, Surveying Compasses, Transits, Levels,
chains, 'Tape Measures, Drawing Papers,:&o.
• Made and for sale by
• JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
924 CHESTNUT Street, Philaaelphia.
No. 6 DEY Street, New York.
Catalogues of 116 pages sent on application.
ORANBERRIES,=ISOO BARRELS PRIME
101—)Joreoy Uran_berrien for Fiala, in lots to suit tho trade,
by Rm. B. 131.18811P1-& CO, )08 Routh Damara,
11re identically the same as
• $l5 SUITS
$l5 Surpass All Others.
Can furnish you with i 7
F. `II . O.
Am() 10PII SALM,
>~, ~ ~~
WILLIAM T..: SNODGRASS' .8z O.
fur 13 e'avers,
We have alwayo made this branch of our business a!specialty.l Our stock is , now complete and open for the inspee•
lion of the Public. • 4.4 •
s WILLIAM T. SNODGRASS & CO.,
39 a,na. 41 North ElGrliabt. StrelSt,-)
(FORMERLY LANG'S). •
Will open'this week 19,000 yards Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, new patterns, 12; 15 18,
.20, 25,.up to 50c:ner yard. 100 new styles Real Thread Lace Collars, 62, 67, 75, 80, 87c., - 00
up to , S2 00. A small lot Real Black Guipure . Laces, much under: egular prices. 200 dozen
Gents' AB-Linen Hemmed Handkerchiefs, 12, 15, 18, 25, 28; 30, 37,42, 45 and 50c. 500 dozen
Ladies f teal Rid Gloves at 87}c.; in fall shades, and warranted as good qualitY,.a.s any Glove
sold.in the city for $1 25. 200 dozen Ladies' full regfiTar-made Hose, only 2.5 c., cost 35c. to im
port. 50 dozen Misses., full regular -made Hose, only 25c., Bleached and Brown. Ladie.' and
Misses' extra length English Hose. 100 dozen Gents' full regular-made Half Hose, 25, 31, 33
37c. Ladies' Merino iThoder-Vests, fine quality, 87c., Si, Si 23, up. Boys' and Misses' Merino
Underwear, very low.& Gents' Underwear, all qualities.
We offer the best brand Black Alpacas in this city, conceded by every one to be superior
in color, brilliancy and finish to any other . goods, prices 37, 42, 45, 50, 58, 62, 67, 75, 87c. and $l.
One case Green and Blue Plaids, 31c. per yard, 27 inches wide. One case double-width All-
Wool Gay Plaids', "50c. Plaid Serges and Poplins, 50 , 621, 75, 80, 871 c. and $l. One and a half
yards wide Green and Blue Cloth Plai - di‘ol 50, sine as sold elsewhere at $2 00. Satin du
Chene Cloth, colors. Velours, all colors. Silk Epingline, heavy cords. Lyons Poplins, best
quality imported. Twilled Serges for Sults. Black Silks, $1 65, $1 75, $1 871, $2, $2 10,
$2 121, $2 25, $2 37, up to $5. All the new styles, shades and colors .of Dress Goods. Water_
proofs, Black and White, Gold and Black, and Brown and Black, 8T c., $l, $1 121, $1 25;
$1 371, $l. 50, $1 67, $1 75.
Nit, A_ N . 13 CO 1 21 ' N I TNT Cr 7.:
- 101onda,S7, October 10th.
B A I. L E
CHESTNUT AND TWELFTH STREETS.
ocB 10 11 12 14 18. 20 70
D 4D 11. E.AIN . ',N . Cr
E: H.. G.O.DSHALK •& CO
Have just opened an entire new lot of • •
CARPETS, OIL dLOTHS, MATTINGS, &C.
Comprising all 'die end latest patterns t to which they invite
attention of their friends and the public generallY at the old stand.
• j 'l' -::
eel° a w lOtrp
CIOTTON.-71 BALES COTTON NOW' B ORDEN'S CONDENSED AriLIC.-130
N.Jlanding from steamer Tonawanda, from Savannah, JLP caeca Eagle) And Monumental brand, landed and for
Ga. and for sale by MOWlsfat, Iruorkia. a • .solo by JOO, IL lIIMSIIIOI apo., /085outh Delaware
Obekont street. avenue. , MOO
.. 1 ;.:ITILA. p.-E....L:p..:..11....:1A-:......0.-LOT.R..O.VSS_.
N. W... 'Corner Ninth and Market streets, -
TO ABUYEAS OF. CLOAKINGS.
3 We have now in Store our Importations 0f .14
In Blacks and Colors—all the Newest Designs.
Twenty different makes, from lowest to finest Oracles.
r i WHITE CORDUROYS.
N. W CORNER NINTH AND MARKET STREETS.
C,A R P E T S.
PEAEODY & W3OSTON.,
Standard Makes—Colors Guaranteed.
&C 0 . ,
723 CJIESTNUT STREET.
Plain 1131a,ck weavers,
1124 CHESTNUTSTREET• int 40
We have opened this day a large invoice,
direct from Parts, - •
French. Grilt . Jewelry,
French Galt Jewelry,
French Gilt Je4velry,
The finest assortment ever imported into
ROBBINS, CLARK & BIDDLE,
112 4 CHESTNUT STREET. 1194
• Messrs. JAS. E. CALDWELL & CO. desire
to invite 'particillar attention to their F6ll
Stock of SOLID SILVERWARE% arranged
for WEDDING PRESENTS, ooniprlsing a
great variety of new, useful and ornamental
articles in PLAIN, RIENTAL and PEARL
Those goods, chiefly of exclusive designs,
will be found, at Moderate Prices , and in
very complete assortment_from the inex•
pensive and most pr#tioal - articlefor Table
uslio the more elaborate"and ornamental
combinations foi Dessert, Dinner and Tea
A cordial.invitation is extended to all who
mar - feel -dispoked,to visit our Store and
examine this beautiful collection of Art
work in Silver. °
" r j. E. CA.LDWELL &
No. 902 CHESTNUTpTREET.
, 1;616 th sto tfra ( , •
;,NT TO ,TO TRATELBBS. V , •
MR. F.. H. WATT;
The well-known Trunk and Traveling Bag
Has removed from hie old stand, N oe . 6 and 10 North
Fourilittreet to his now and magnificent soya - , . ,
NO. 14 NORTE( FOURTH STREET ' • ' -
Whore he haslargely increased facilities for the trans
action of bueinesC The new store is the finest in the • -
United States. and Air. WATT keepa constantly on
hand Forty different styles of Trunks, uud Fifty Wady
of Ladies' avid Gents' fraveling Satchels, all of hi own
munufactarp. Fars style, quality and price ' the goody.
now offereTare unequaled in thamarket,
ocB a to th 2m4
WATCHES; JEWELRY, &C.
r: : ". 14"1" : j;
, At.T.I f. '
AIL, 41 ...
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We Lave also opened a case of
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A . t
BY - TELEGRAPH;
THE EUIiOPEII I N WAR
The French Again Successful in a
EY the American Prem. Aeseciation.)
The French Claim Another Victory.
. . _
Touns,'Oct. B.—Late despatches from Epinal.
announce that, on Wednesday a severe battle,
was fought on the road between Raon l'Etafa
and Bruyere, in the Department of the
Vosges, 'between a column of Prussians, num
bering 8,000 men, and the ) French National
guards and regulars, entrenched upon the
high road. The Prussians were pushing for..
ward in the direction of Colmar, v4ien they
encountered the French behind earthworks,
from which a galling tire waS poured into the
The Prussians charged in 3 a column, sup
ported by artillery, but not sufficiently strong
to dislodge the French, who harassed them
from all sides. The engagement ended in the
retreat of the Prussians. The National Guards
maintained their position, and are being rein
forced from Epinal. The Vosges district
swarms with independent riflemen, who at
tack the convoys and harass the outposts of
Tillers to Intervletrancls Joseph.
VIENNA, Oct. 8.-24. 1 „TbSOfiprill obtain an
interview with the Eniperor of Austria upon
hie return here from St. Petersburg.
Gen. Burnside and Bismarck.
BERLIN, Oct. 'B.—A despatch from Var
failles dated yesterday (Friday), says: Gen.
Burnside is atthe King's headquarters, await
ing an interview with Count Bismarck, lift
Garibaldi at Marseilles.
, MARSEILLES, Oct. 8.---Garlbaldi hag re
ceived official notification from the. Italian
Government of his release from restraint,
left Caprera in a fishing vessel, and arrived
- • political Dissensions In Metz.
-NA7icy, Oct. B.,—;Political dissensions are
said to be agitating the French in Metz, and'
ev the troops are reportid to be divided,
'le among the general officers party lines
) e distinctly drawn, the Republicans and
°lmperialists being about equally divided,
though there have been as yet no difficulties
resulting from these diversities of opinion.
• In several instances, however, when impor
tant- movements have been projected, the.
failure of concurrent action of the - generals in
council prevented- - these plans from being
carried out. Of the principal Generals two,
Marshals Bazaine Bourbaki, still adhere
to the Empire while the veteran General
Changarnier -)4 fervent Republican. The,
• mass of - the soldiers proclaim themselves Re- .
- LoNno - N, Oct. B.—lt is stated upon reliable
information gleaned from military circleS aL
Berlin, that even if F'aris should capitulate,
the PrussianS intend lb retain possession of
the — territory of France, from Paris north
westwardly to the Belgian frontier, and in a
southeasterly direction to the. Swiss city of
Basle, until a stable government can be estab
lished to.negotiate peace.
Prep/bribe' for the Siege of Paris.
VERSAILLES, Oct. Bth.—The Germans are
bringing up a park of heavy siege artillery an,d
five thousand tons of ammunition for Wm-
Larding Paris. •
The Frefl'eh have-abandoned the redoubts
of rierrefitte, which they had reelitured from
the Prussians. The French now , occupy the
redoubts at Colombes, in the arc of the Seine,
on the northwest from Mt. Valerien. They
threaten the Prussian column at Geneyilliers,
where cannon has been mounted. The Prus
sian rifled mortars upon the heights of Ville
;full endanger the most populous quarter of
Paris and theiiiitlyinpvillages.
The Defences of Paris-:.Wealthy Citizens
at Work on the Ramparts.
Toms, Oct. B.—All classes at Paris are ani
mated by a military spirit. The most wealthy
citizens willingly share in the burdens of war,
and take the positions assigned them 'upon the
Icalls. The members of the Rothschilds family
mount gurqd upon thie ramparts.
LoNlioN, Oct. 8, 11 A. M.—Consols for
money. 92i • do. for account; 92i. 'United
Istatet . c_s•2o bonds 911a912.Re tz
FINANCIAL AND 00 ivti MERCIAL
IWO W Jersey R 6s 90%
$ Itoo City 68 new 102
XXXI do lte 102
2,1tX1 Penn &ti VCn 78 9214
bleb Cam&Ans 1157
37 eh do eswn 116
100 eh do 61!4'
30 eh do 61
1000 do c C,2,‘
218 811 do Ito 62
106 eh do Al%
HO eh .do e3Own 61
WO behiril, 68 'l4 AS
2000 Pen let 31tc Os 102%
1000 - 111tv 68 new 102
A eh 1, Val It AV 4 .
106 eh Phil&Er It 136 26'4
100 eh Penn It 61,
DOA do e3O 6038
Pulladelphla Stoney Market.
'SATURDAY, Oct. 8, 1870.—There is a steady demand for
money today, hut no serious pressure which the market
in unable to relieve without much effort. A good deal of
money has been hitherto held tern porarily on collat..
orals under the impression that a noVere stringency was
inevitable, which would afford then, an opportunity of
putting out their funds'on threnfor four months' paper
at high rates of interest. The active movement bread
\stuffs, cotton and other valuable staples, added to the
large disbursements of our currency from the Treasury,
Lave removed this impression and increased the demand
for prints discounts, which are in better request than
tor several weeks past. We quote call loans at 5.14a6ti
per cont.—the latter fur miscellaneous stock collaterals.
Choice paper is getting scarce, and double names pass
'Seely at Bail per cent.
Gold In dull but steady at 112!;a11334. Government
bonds continue dull but firm.
Them NV/113 a fair businens transacted at the Stock
Board this morning, and prices were higher,
In City Loans there were sales of New Sixes at 102,
Bonding was gullet, with sales at 49';;a50; Pennnylva
nla add as high 623. bait closed at
Camden and Amboy sold at 115'.1a116 ; Lehigh Valley• ufe
118%a58ii, and Philadelphia and Erie at 26" i, to 26'4i—the
latter buyer's option.
The balance of thank was firm, but very littledoing.
.A sale of Academy of Music was made at 100.
The Provident Life and Trust Company, whose 'silver
, iisernort appears elsewhere, Is growing hi' popularity
Moenprtan ° We learn that the capital stock has
Increased from 8150.000 to 8500,000.
Masers. De Haven A Drotimr.tr u. se South Third street,
Dake`thnfollowinluotations of the rates of gctanse
do. 165 2kiallrd.
• Ma. 21 101112 ; do. do. 1265. new. 110)01110h; do: do.
1867 0 110::gelleO: do. 1868, 1104a110"‘; do. do s's,
• hhAlelioa% : U. B. 30 year 6 per `bent. currency,
DI, - /4; Gold, 113"gal13r; 10734a1109; Union
l'ac Railroad Ist M. Bonlla, 830a840; Central Pacific
read, 8956905 ; Union Pacific Lend Grant Bonds,
Philadeluhla Produce Market.
ISATIMDAY, Oct. 8. 1870.—There le but little demand
for, Cloverseed. We quote at $0 25a0 75 ; Timothy
ranee from $4 50a5 per bushel. Flaxseed is dull at
Nl5. In Queroitron Bark no moyement. We quote
o. I at $27 pOrtrm--
There le a fair demand for Flour, and some inquiry
for shipment, but prices remain without quotable
change. Sales of 2,800 barrels, mostlp_Extra Family, at
s6a6-75.f0r lowa. Wisconsin and Minnesota ; $6 78a1
for Pennsylvania, and $6.50 , 47 25 fSr Indiana and-choice
Ohio, including 1,200 barrels Quaker City Mills and 600
barrels Marker Street 51 ills on sect et totals. No change„
' 4n Bye Flour or Corn Meal. The former may be quoted
• At 86
There is less activity iu hot& but prices are un
changed. Sales of 1,400 bushels Indiana Red at $1 35a
1 40; 400 bushels Pennsylvania at $1 38 ; 400 bushels
Maryland White at $1 47, and 2,000 bushels of Amber at
• 8/ 4401145. Bye commands 8800 cents.. Corn is dull
and prices drooping. Sales Of 4,200 bushels'Petinsylva-
Ma Yellow at 04a96 cents, and 2400 bushels Western
imitted 118a90 cents. Oats are ,``riot. Bales of Western
White at 61852 cents ; Pennsylvitula at 49 cents, and
Pelaware nt 48 cents.
. - Whisky is firmer. Bales et 211 l•errchi Western iron
1S la 90 cents, • • ,
k Exchange Bales.
2008 h Phila&Brio b6O 26'.
100 sh do -26 1 i.:
100 sh do b6O 263;
107 eh Lettilat B Its 581"
30 eh do Its 531',1
1500.01 Read It 50
1000 h do 1.4 5O 1-16
Iloo.sh do 060
581 eh do Its
.:100 eh do c Its 50
10 idi Acd of 111118iC 100
200 tal Leh Nv etk 33';
1300 ilif Read B 50
100 s do 03Own 49.94
100 sh do 85wmkin • 50
100 eh do b6O Ell 1-16
100 eh do 50 1-16
' 100 Rh do 'MO 50
200 eh do 860 40.94
B LLLTYN, BAnTRIAY:'OCT eiTABB, 8, 1870.
LATER 'BY CABLE.
THE- SIEGE CiF- PARIS
FROM EURO E.
ißy the American Prosepeociationa '
The Promote= Ste e OilltVl.
,BEItLIZI, OCt.B.—The followingdespatch has
been received from the I oyal headquarters,
The siege artillery whie has been is trel) [Slat ,
from Strasbourg, Eastadt, nd other fortresses,
have at last arrived herek d been distributed;
according to calibre, , an png the. advanced
Prussian forces.. Batter! ' of heavy siege
guns have already been ce strutted upon, the
bills of Saint Cloud an So es,at the village of
llougival, four miles no pilliff Versailli."Thefie
are all eligible sites fro lypich to direct their_
fire. From these bills the, rincipal objective
poling in the city can a seemed._ The mor
tar batteries upon Bain Cl ud Hill menace all
the avenues andquays e ing to the Champs
Elysees and even the ,Tri lieries, and from
these shot can be dire ily into - the Ave
nue de l'lmperatrice, Q artier Hausmann and
other avenues in the vi . snit y. '
Before the bombard, ent 'a Opened from
the. Prussian artillery the su ender of the
city and its works will ;be ask d.
Prussian cavalrY l are o the qui rive.
The French made a ,movethent under the.
guns of Forts Bicetre and hf i c4itouge;and oc
cupied the edoubt before i r. eillei! i *
e Balloon Sysfecn. •
isalloonfid ve Paris daily.' Every one is
chased beyon -the city. Yesterdak,two were
captured by the Prussian cavalry. " Vpon de
scending, numerous packets, of let ra and
mes.sages, many 'containing importan infor-,
mation, were found attached, and the c n-
tents were forwarded to Versailles.; 1
The Wine Districts..
A, vintage in the champagne districts has
commenced. The vines are unusually - prolific.
The Prussian soldiers protect the wins-makers
irr the districts they now occupy.
Pr the American Preee AMIDCiatiOD
The Robinson-Luneford_ Murder case. d.
Verdict WridWeed.' „:2
31ANSFIELD, Oct. B. 2 —The jury in the. c.iSiccif
Robitigon-LunYford - mtuter trial brought in a
verdict of not guilty, and great satisfaction was
SPRINGFIELD, Oct. have)
"formed a vigilance committee for the pro
tection against thieves and marauders who in
fest the locality.
• The Fall Campaign. <
Oct.S.—The campaign will be
closed here Monday evening by c an immense
demonstration, assisted by biessrq. Garfield,
Shellabarger and others.
Republican. Meeting in Cincinnati.
CINCINNATI, Oct. A Republican rally
takes place here this evening. Governor
Hays, the Hon. Mr. Corwine,lion. Mr:Eggle
stan,Commissioner-general Noyes and others
1 , . - will speak.
The National Labor Reform party hold a;
meeting at the National Theatre this evening.
Obotraettoue in the Ohio River., %.
A meeting of the s mboat men will lie
held at the 31erchat ts' Exchange at two
o'clock, to protest .a List obstructions in the
ILWD ANA. b . IL
Slat Fair. - - '
IND' Q.... 1.01,15, Oct. S.--,The Stafe Fair w ~.,,
close to lay with recelpts of ir160.0(10, which
is the most successfu fair ever held in the.
State. 'i, . i
NEW YORK FINANCLIL A I
I By the AmAiican Press Association.l
ANEW YORK., (Jct. B.—Money is firm ,at: 5a6
per cent. on call.
Foreign Exchange is dull and heavy a
108 i. to 1081 for Long Sterling bills.
Gold is active and higher, advaning to
113ja113. The rates for borrowing a: e 1-32
1-18 per cent.
Government bonds are fireAtr ; 1867'5, 110:1'
Southern State securities are dull' and
Pacific Railway mortgages are firm at . 9014,
901 for Centrals, and 831 to 83 for-Unions.
Thestock'market is active and higher;
Reading, ¶d)j.; Boston, Hartford and Erik), 41
CITY MORTALITY.—The number of inter -1
ments in the city for the week ending at noon ,
to-day was 231, against 241 the same period
last year. Of the whole number 118 were
adults and 113 children-68 being under one!,
year of age ; 136 Were males; 95 females; 68
boys, awl 45 girls. • .. i
l i'lie edtuber of deaths in each Ward Was:
Fire T Sixteenth Or d
Seconu §:§pvviltee4l4i 4
Tliinf e MA%
Fourth - 7-Nineteenth , 25
Fifth --y.12 Twentieth f•;...2(1,
Sixth 6 Twenty-first '' 2
Seventh. 12 lwenty-secend
Eighth 5 Twenty-third .... ..
»-.4 Twenty-fourt h • • 7:
Tenth 6 Twenty-fifth. • - 6
Eleventh 5 Twenly.-sixth '
Thirteenth . • ..,,. t 5LTwf trryt n eighth • ti
.... ,„;,..-51CdJUnk ott
The principal dbulles or death viere,:, apd4
plexy, 2 ; croup, 6 ; congestion of the
brain, 7 ; congestion of. the , 4
consumption, 42; convulsions, 10 ; .diph
theria, 5; diarrina., 2; disease of the
heart., b ; debility, 16; scarlet, fever, 5; • ty-•
phold fever, 2 ; inflammation of the lungs, 10
inflammation of the stomach and bowels,
inarasmus, 10; old age, 11 ; 4.
STOLEN PIG.IIION.L—This m rningthe skiff
"Colonel Johnson" was captured by the Dela
ware Harbor Police, after it h,ad been laban-.
, cloned by three mg-xi, at a wharf in the tipper
part of the city. 'The boat was loaded; with -
pig iron, which is supposed to ,have been '
STEALING D Uclts.-Evan Snyder was arrl44 l ied
this morning on Frankford road, near Adam's:,
street, on suspibion of the larceny of ',three
ducks which were found in his posses .. . Siena, ,
was coretnieted erman Heins. -
THE 'HILTS. • •. .
The Elect n Erhubles.
C051310N - P - LEAS—Judges Allison and Lad
low.—This morning Messrs. Barger. and. Dallas
appeared in Court to discuss the question
whether the Judges have the power by manda
mus to compel the Canvassers to restore to the
list the names of voters alleged to have been
improperly and illeally straiten oft: After an
argument by Mr. Dallas as to the remedy,'
the Court decided -that, although-a..greati
wrong had been done,there was no remedy by
writ of owndamus, owing to the, defect irathe
Audenried vs. Reading ltaliroadl- Company . ,
—IS, C., Nisi Prius.—judge Read deliVered an'
opinion in this cab - this morning and issued
the following order :'t,.•
In the Supreme Court of Panuaylvania in' and for the
Eastern District.-Audouried vs.,,Fhiladolphla and Read
ing Railroad Company. Equity . ; January Term, WU ;
No. 60. And now October 8, 1870, tho Court adjudge that'
the injunction as heretofore) dlrected.by the order of
29th April, 1570, hae'not'been compli4dll"with by the de l
fertile, and that the plaintiffs are entitled to at least
6,9 tons of wharY room, on the wharves of the de=
lb ants at Port Richmond, and the Opurtdo now order
that the said defendants do forthwith furnish to the Said'
plaintiffs additional wharf room squall°, two thousand
two hundred tone, difference' bet Ween, the atrtount
•already furnished , and that now ordered to be the righti•
ful share of the plaintiffs; and that the nets, of the re,
ferenee to, the masteir bo equally (livid d between'the
parties. ~ I
SSMITS TURPENTINE . -44 BARRELS
Prime white Hpirite Turpentine, now labling from .
steamer Pioneer, from Wilmingtonal. 0.; and for soli)
by COCHRAN, BUIEWELL & 00., to Chertnnt RY.
A LETTER FROM CARDINAL; CULLEN'
(By the American Frees Aesociation.) ,
The Papal Question.
Losnow,.oo:B,—Opecial to the Hprald.l=- ,
Letters published here over the signature of
Cardinal Cullen, on •the Italian question,
violently condemn the 'recent action of those
whom be designates as Revolutionists, who
have dethroned the Pope and taken possession
,of the Papal State,g,,,,,
Victor EmmanueVGaribaldi, 31azzini, Na
poleon and Renan come in for .a large share of
ecclesiastical censure. The Cardinal takes a
different view,pr 91e po i licr'and acts of the
King ,of Italy th 4n taken by Cardinal Man
ning, and denouncies the King of Italy as a
downright hypocrite. , -
• At the time when the King of! ItAly was
professing all true affection of the truest son
df- v the Church, be had ordered the troops to
fire upon the Vatican, if necessary, with shell
and all the explosive materials of modern
warfare, well aware His Holiness the Pope,
Cardinalti• and all the members of the Papal
household were residentkof the palace.
The Cardinal denounm. the selfish aggran 7r
dizetnent and utter negation.of all obligations
either religions or otherwise, owed to the
Church by the King of Italy, with an elo
quence which has produced the most startling
effect 'both upon the Roman Catholic 'and
Prote,sta.nt population throughout the coup
try. In , language nearly approaching Vo
cursing,, he prophesiesfor Victor Emmanuel
the fate Of Nebuchadnetzar.
The Stock Market.
ioNvoN. Oct.B, 2 P. M.—The markets upon
the Stock Exchange closed unchanged from
the quotations Of' the morning. -A despatch
from Lyons states that, yesterday, tenths
were quoted there at 113 francs. Gold com
manded a premium of one and a half per
Financial and Cominerclal.
LONDON, Oct. 8, Noon.-r United States
Bonds area quiet ; 1865'5, 9O ; 1867's 89g,
Ten-forty Bonds, 86. Erie.B.ail way, 18,; Illinois
Central . , 1131.
LivEnrooL, Oct. 8, Noon.—Cotton .. /45
quiet. Sales of 10,000 bales. ,Middling
lands, 81a8id ; New Orleans, 9d-. California
WbeatygilOs 2d. ; Winter, do., os. 9d.; Spring ,
Bs. 4d'aBs. 6d. Flour, 225. 3d. Corny- 28s. 6d.
Fork, 107 s. 6d. Beef, 116 s. Lard; 71s. 6d.
Cheese, 645. Tallow, 435. Spirits of Turpen:
tine, 275. 6d. "Common Rosin, ss.
iSpecial Meeting or -the Cabinet—The
(Special Despatch to the Phila. Evening Bulletin.),
WASHINGTON - , Oct. B.—A special Meeting
of the Cabinet-was held to-day, for the pur
pose, it is said, of con§idering the European
•fttclltfek and to devise some plan :whereby a
strong ^effort can, at the least, be made to stop
the war bettveen Prussia and France. Per
soris„who have conversed with the President
about Witt, war say that ho is anxious, if possi
ble, to use his good oftices to bring about a
peace between the two countries,.believing
thereby that it *mild make our country
stronger in the eyes of all European nations
than now.. The Cabinet meeting held to-day
is for the purpose of talking fiver this subject,
and, if possible, to agree upon some plan.
'I be Supposed Smuggled Seal Skins.
The Collector of San Francisco telegraphs
Secretary Boutwell that he has thoroughly in
vestigated the case of the ship which recently
arrived there with eleven thousand seal skins
on board, claiming to have secured them on
an unknown island in Okotsk Sea, near Ram
schatk a, and finds that this statement was un
doubtedly true. The evidence showed clearly
that the vessel had not come from the coast of
Alaska, as was suspected. The vessel will,
therefore, be released.
Printing of the New Bonds.
The Printing Bureau of the Treasury com
menced pritning, to-day, the backs of.the new
bonds authorized by the last Congress, and
will in a short time commence on the front.
The impression is, without knowing anything
definite, that Secretary Boutwell intends to
place some of these new bonds in the market
within a cc:us:bort time. The work is there
fore to bejnished' as rapidly as possible in
printing the bonds and getting thentready.
IBM,he Agierican Press Association.j
WASHINGTON, Oct. B.—Lieut. Charles .1;1.
Judd is ordered to the Michigan, vice Lieut.
George A. Norris, detached and ordered to
the Tehuantepec survey'.
i Engineer Harrison Spear is ordered to the
Saranac, to relieve Engineer Gowing, who is
Carpenter Nicholas Mager, transferred
from th Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, to the
Philade is lard, and carpenter Jonas Dib
ble, order , to the hospital in his place.
Irlti, , kin' Fever in Texas.
etters received , here , represent that the
G lf Coast of Texas is in a deplorable. condi
ti m, owing td the- ravages at yellow fever.
T iree hundred' deaths have occurred in
19 vestbn in one day. People are attempt
:-ing to lave the city, but have no means of
Refugees from Galveston cannot approach
a (house back in the country without being
• lit'Arned off, with double-barrelled guns as au
enforcement of the warning. People are
: perfectly demoralized.
, . Special Cabinet Meeting.
I , A spe l ,cial meeting of the Cabinet was called
[ toL day, hut for what.,purpose has not tiaUs
. [died. .
' . '
Customs Rece i pts.
Recei its from customs from tile principal
p9its•for the week ending Oct.4st: New York,"
; sglit,B73 97 ; Boston, F-157,240 70 ; Philadel
p'hia, 1.197,9410 01; Baltimore, $195,1120 92 ;
Sin ;Francisco, from Sept. 3cl. to Sept. 21, $7:30,-
t,: 0 ,4 7:3, !Total, 89,796,975 80.
FROM NEW YOP.::.
(By the American Press Aesociation.l
lArlaci, revolution or New York City.
NEw' l Yonn ' Oct. B.—Complete returns
I actual, resident population of New Yor
• t ; elify,.seven districts being unoilicial,show
1 ,opulatwn of I,o:ll,BsB,being 117,000 increase
$ ef Or!
'. '. . Bank Statement.
• ~ •li
EN 1V 0111 t, Oct. 8.--The Bank-statement
fe • the week ending to-day shows : Decrease
'Of' loans; 51,300,200 ; decrease of deposits,
.360,400 ; decrease of specie,_so7o,3oo ; decreasei,
of legal tenders, $BOO,BOO ; decrease of circula
ifion, 5124,990. • .
FROM THE PACIFIC.
[By the:American Press Association.)
From the Plates—Pallnutu Cars on the
- • Puente Railroad.
DENvErt, Oct. B.—fhe first throug,hPull
limb car from Chicago, by wa.y of -the KanAas
PacKc - Railroad, arrived here on Thursday,
and will run regularly. -7
A RTITICACTTE COArAPERTOROF 2,240
EX, lba;. ddltvered. Lehigh Broken and Egg, $7 75;
&Wye, 88 00 ; Locust Mountain, 'Broken and Egg.e7 00:
Stove, 87 00. Elhamokin and Lorber7 . lut to cartoni of
I° llLit e , e ADoek Arad. Yards ; corner
tree and.Washlogton avenue.. . 808 tip
8. MASON SINES.' • JOHN D. 1311118 FY
TitE • UNDERSIGVED INVITE ATT.EN.
TION to their stook of
Bpringlionntein, Lehigh and Locust' Mountain Coal,
which, with, the .preparation given by us, we think can.
not be excelled by any other Coal.
Oilice,,Frallklin Institute Building, No, 15 B. Beventb
street. HIBBS & BREA FP,
Arch 13treet Wharl fichuilitili
LATER FROM NEW--YORK
Defelee of - Pairla—Two More Armies
' TOuA, Oct. B.—M. Glais Bizoin, in a letter
to the Eleileter D'Fron6,, says : " Tht Frenpi
Government within a few weeks will helve
two armies, each 200,009, and perhaps 300,000
strong, exclusive of, the reserves, ready to
march to the deliverance of Paris." ,
187 the American Press Association.!
LONDON, Oct. B.—The private correspondent
of the Lendork, DWI!, l'elegraph writes from
St. PeteraLurg,voitching for the accuracy of
the statement that Russia is pushing her
armaments. He states she has ordered
soldiers now under furlough to hold them
selves in readiness to return to ranks There
is a general movement of the Russian troops
southward, and already soldiers are concen
trating at Kief.
Settee , of the Army la--griotoa by the
Czar of Etztti[ol 4 - c -
The Czar Alexander will held 'a grand re
view of the army in the Crimea on the 26th of
the present month. q
QUEENSTOWN, 0et.8.-The steamship phina,
from New York, arrived at this port yester
day, Friday morning.
I By the American Press Association.]
Proclamation by thiPPresident--Clerinau
- ' Vessels and irreneh Cruisers.
W•Asmiti.G,ToN, Oct. B.—The President has
ordered the issuance of a proclamation rep:ar
il* French,cruisers to, give • German vessels
twenty-four hours' start when they leave
American ports before startingin-pursuit.
'Treasury -balances at the close of business
to-day : .
$98,4 3, 2161,01.4
Currency 26,54. ' 29
Coin certificates - 12,975,000 00
Eih r fOßK'
By the American Press Aesoci at Ion.)
The New York Cotton Market.
NEW YOEK, Oct. 8..-The weekly Cotton
stateme at shows :—Sales • of ,the-rweels.„ :17,945
.bales, including spinners,* 6,336; exports,
9,762 ; speculation, 1,397. Receipts, for the
week, '21,178 bales, and at all points, 68,700.
Exports. 11,862 ; alb points, 14,800 bales. There
has been a good - demand during the week
both for spinners and exporters, and prices,
though in the buyers' favor, have:not changed
materially., The market closed firm at a •de
cline of one-eighth from closing quotations' of
last week. The amount of stock offering for
imtuediate shipment is small.
The Dry Goods Blarket:—.Specie Ship.
The amount "Cif specie taken out by.steamers
sailing to-day is, City of Paris, ,5488,000, mostly
silver bars ; Morro Castle, Havana, 524,000.
The Car Drivere Strike.
NEW YORK, Oct. the drivers on
the Fourth avenue cars from the City Hall to
the Harlem Railroad depot have struck for
higher pay. They have hitherto been run
ning six trips per day for twenty•two cents
per trip, making one dollar and thirty-two
cents for a day's wages. They struck, but
effected nothing, as the Company, by adver
tising, succeeded in getting a batch of rustic
Md for the SuffeWar rers kw ,Ahe European
In consequence of the, suffering ant distress
re'Aulting from the war now raging in F rance,
the ladies in this city have determined to co
operate for the purpose of procuring and for
warding material aid-to the widows and or
fibans: The 6' Grand National Bazaar in aid
of the victims of the war," opened in New
York on the 31st.
Racing' at Jerome Park.
Jerome sweepstakes race came off to-day.
The track was in line condition, and the bet
bis horses contested in the first race, Which
was won by Remorseless, My Maryland com
ing in second and Flash of Lightning third.
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—The following amount
of specie was reported from this port the past
week : Gold, $422.274 ; American silver, $73,-
tis:3 ; silver bars, $45,930 ; total, $8,021,076.
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—At nine o'clock, this
morning, an accident occurred on the North
ern Central Railroad 'of-,,N,ew Jersey, near
Englewood. A pa.ssengOr train was passing
over a 'ridge when the structure gave way,
and the train was precipitated and icom
pletely wrecked. Two passengers are reported
FROM NEW ENGLAND.
[By the American Prees Association.)
Murder or Sol,olde—Whlch?
HAvERNILL, Oct. B.—:ThW'rid6rning at half
past six Mrs. Celia Bickflid and her son
Clarence, a lad of eleven years, were ftmnd
dead, in their bed. with their throats cut in a
fearful manner, at their residence in Frank
lin street. Their tliroats had been cut trans
versely, and deep enough to sever the carotid
artery: The throat of the child, showed rive
or six trightfUY: gashes, and his head was
nearly sArered from his body. The throat 'of
Mrs.biq ford *a.4 cait very deeply, and cli
rectly .al .roxisf` tin front, apparently .at one
stroke '' II ei right hand was covered with
-blood,. xed with hair.
The oh ltM left hand was bathed in gore,
and, as lie-was a left-handed person, the cir
cumstances favor the supposition that the
deed was 'Perpetrated by their 'own hands.
The body of the child lay on its right side,
and the razor that inflicted the wounds was
found in the bed between the bodies. The
mother lay. upon her back, with her limbs
crossed, her right hand and arm restinc , on
her breast and her left hand reposing at" her
side. The bed was literally drenched With
gore s !mil the blood from the throat of the
woman had spurted nearly across the room.
When found the bodies wejA, oold, but- had
not a umed a state of rigibity.
WINES, LIQUORS, &C.
Bye ; Wheat, Bourbon and Monongahela
The frodact of the following Distilleries
"A..tliVerholt," .Joe. b. Finch,"
.Wm. Bri &U 0.," "N. Weise & C 0.." .
"U. Lippincott," "lingua & C 0.,"
"MOB. Bloom" • "Shantou, Daly & Kern,'
"Lynchbarg,, ,7 "Sherwood,"
"Mt. Yorxiofi," "Old Dominion,"
In gore and for sale In -lots to snit purchasers.
BROOKE, OOLHET '& 00., •
1727, 1729; 1731 and 1733 Market Street.
aul2 Sanr .§ • '
ICE. --vs - CASKS CAROLINA RIGS. IN
store and for sale by COCHRAN , RUSSELL & (JO.,
11JOhestnutst. • •
(IOTTON.-79 BALE& COTTON LAND
IL) in t ram steamer Wyoming Inid Mr Bale by COOll-
RAN RUSSELL & CO. 111 Chestnut street
11CrORTONT4 PINE APPLE CHEESE i
-LI lino order, on coneignment and for Kai; by JOS. a
BUSBJER & CO., EM,Eiotith Delaware ovepno.
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Mondcw, Ocitober 10ths
4 p'.7-111'....,.-,..iii - A .F T.,.. s. : _
1010, and 1014 CI I INSPIINIPT 4 firrIUMIN
WILL - EXHIBIT WMTER, sritYLEs
lADIEW SUITS, COATS, SACQUES,
GREAT N(VELTIES WILL BE EXHIBITED.
ALSO, JEST BECNITED,
. 301:WIN'S KID GLOVES---Complete Assortment•
BLACK SILKS, 82 00 TO 810 00 'PER YARD.
. 1 6 LYONS BLACK. VELVETS, CHEAP.
LACES, EMBROIDERIES AND WHITE GOODS.
Kai in Poplins, 'Plaids, Rim's-
N. W. corner Eighth and Filbert Sts:,
have just received a new lot of-4"
Black Sjiks, 8,150, 81 .75, - 82 np to, ,t 3 7yard.
Black Alpacas, very cheap.
Plaid roplina, 60, 62%, 75, 873ic. and lyl a yard.
• Plaid Bathes at 35c. a yard.
A cheap lot of Plaid Goods, 25c., worth 31c.
Mixed Goode, for atlas, 31,60 and 56c. a yard.
Waterproof Cloaking Clotho.
• • BLANKETS. , BLANKETS—A large assortment of
Blankets, at the very lowest prices. •
• FLANNELS! FLANNELS!
'All-wool Domet Shaker Flannels.
Builardvale Blankets.. ;
All-wool Flannels at 25,21, 33, 3711 c.; up to el a yard ~.
Best makes bleached and. unbleached Clanton Flan
Pillow Case and Shirting Muslins. •
'Beet makes Shirting Musline.
Several job lots of Table Linens, Napkins, and
Towels, very cheap.
Bargains in Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery.
Ladies' Balbriggan hose.
OhildrerN hosb, extra length.
•Ladice, Genteand Children's Gloves.
Kid Gloves, el a pair.
Jouvin's Kid Gloves id black find colors.
Lace Collars, 15,10, 25,• 31, 3d, 40, 500, up to SI 25.
Bargains in Hdkfs.
A new lot of HainbureEdginge \nd Insertings
Fancy' Neck Ribbons, Saehl. Ribbons and Trimming
PRICE Sr WOOD,:
N. W. COR. EIGHTRAND FILBERT STS.
GROCERIE z , LIQUOR/3,
-JUST IMPOR ED.
ROE, S,,S.X.E BY -
MITCHELL & FLETCHER )
N 0.1204 CHESTNUT STREET
NEW PINE APPLE,
M. DAWSON .;RICHARDS
Successor to Davis & Richards,
S. W. COR. ARCH AND TENTH ST/31,
4028 to t etf
ALBERT C. ROBERTS.
DiALEII IN FINE GROCERIES.
Oorner Eleventh and Vine Streets
Such as Spectacles, Magnifying Lenses. •
511CROSCOPES FROM 50 OTS. TO $6 00.
Microscopic preparations, Telescopes, Spy Glasses
Opera Glasses, Yield Glasses, &c., &c.
Made and for sale by
• JAMES W. QUEEN ei 00.,
924 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia.
•• No. 5 DEY Street, New York.
with a stock of 10,000 Pictures to select from, always OD
hand. Made and for sole by
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
924 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia.
No. 5 DEY Street, New York.
Critaiogues of 88 pages sent on receipt of 10 cents.
inch ea Thermometers, Barometers, Air.Zumps,ElaCtric
"Machines, Ithumakoff Coi3y, Gelseler's Tubes, Magnetic'
and Galvanic Apparatus, Sjpectroscopes, & 0., ..kc.
Made and for sale by
JAMES W. QUEEN & 00.,
4. 024 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, and
, 6 DE Y Street, New York.
Cat 'agues of 64 pages Bent onjecolpt of 10 cents:
microsospee, Telescopes, Thermometere, Mathematical'
Idnrveyihg t Philosophical and Drawing Instruments a
JAMES W. QUEEN
924 Chestnut Street.
LOOKING GLASSES, &C.
. LOOKING GLASSES
Every variety in style, of the very boa
REAL FRENCH PLATES.
EA RLES' G A LLE RIES
616 Chestnut Street.
pEiaODGERS' AND WOSTION.hoLwe
'POCKET KNIVES, PEARL and STAR HAN,
L 11l of beautiful finish RODGERS' and WADE a
R the. CELEBRATED LEOOULTRI
A 2911301880118 IN OASES of the' finest Quality
tadrekHnives, fidiesors and Table °ldler/ ground and
polished. EAR INSTRUMENTS of the most soproved
• oonstructdon to assist the hearing, at P. MADEIRA'S,
Cutler and Surgical Instrument Maker. UP Tenth street
Ipel w Chestnut. myltf n
MOURNINQ it GOODS
FALL AND WINTER
BESSON tSz, SON,
MOURNING ORY GOODS 110USEi
No. 918 CHESTNUT STREET,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
• . .
Black Gros Grain Silks,
Black Poplin Biarritz,
Black Irish Poplins, • fix ~
Black Silk-and Wool Poplins, • 7
Black Ali-Wool Poplins, /
Black Ottoman Poplins, '
Black Velour Royals, ' .. - ;
1 . ... : Black Drap Imperials,
Black Empress Cloths, ,
ii " Black Armors Royals,
Black EngUsk Bombazines, ,
Black All-Wotil Cashreteres,?l
Black Silk Warp Cashmeres
Black tench Ilerinoes,
Black Henrietta Cloths
Black Tamises, .
- liiiick Mousselines,
Black Satin Imperial Merinoes,
Black Satin De Chines,
- Black Cretonnes,
Black Drop D'Alnias. -
Black Drap De Paris, '
Black Alpacas, tt .,
Black Mohairs or Glossy A.lptileasty.
.Black Mohair Tontines, ..
Black - Mohair Brilliantes,
Black Batiste Alparna,
Black English Henriettas,
Black 'Australian Crapes,
Black Jams Cloths.
Black Po lin Alpacas.
English Crapes and Veils,
Thibet Long and Square Miamiis,
Jonvin dc. Co.'s Kid Gloves.
SECOND MOURNING DRESS GOODS,
NEW SILKS, MOIRE ANTIQUES,
DRESS - GOODS, SHAWLS, Btc.
EDWIN HALL ,
No. 28 S: SECOND STREET,
• 'OPENED THIS HORNING
NEW COLORED SILKS.
SHADES ENTIRELY NEW.
SPLENDID QUALITY BLACK
6 . PLII'S" REAL IRISH POPLINS.
FRENCH POPLINS, Irish finish.
WOOL AND SILK SERGES.
NAVY BLUE, DARK GREEN.
SATIN DU CHENES, Cloth Colors,
DEAF DE RUSSE.
POPLINS IN CLOTH COLORS, -
VERY RICH PLAID SERGES,
VERY RICH PLAID POPLINS.
BRIGHT PLAIDS FOR CHILDREN.
BLACK SILKS, best LYONS GOODS, guaranteed
free from mixture of any kind. .
SILK CLOAK VELVETS. the beat LYONS GOODS
S SOUTH SECOND_ STREET.
Nos. 405 and 407 North Second Street
INN now in store full lined of
Pim Bros. Ist qual. Irish Poplins,
French Silk and Wool Poplins,
Plaid Cloths for Ladies' Suits,
Plaids for Misses and Children,
&c., &c (Sze
AU of this season's importations, and Inaba 8014
at low prices. •
SILK SHAWLS AND , FANCY GOODS,
No. 916 • CHESTNUT STREET,
would invite the attention of pnrchaSeis to his elegant
SHAWLS. • t
• • LACES.
_ FANCY GOODS.
With a choicistock of INDIA SHAWLS and AFB.
The goode will be found an cheap an, in any other, en.
tabliehment, • iiefiglinortf
QPIRITS "XURPPNTINE, Tip. • AND
ItOSIN.-1 82 barrels Spirits Turpentine ; 73 ye
Wilmington Tar; 398 tlarrela No l an i nn
from Meaner Pioneer. For sole by EDW ; • 0. B W.
LEY, 19 south Front streot. . tO4Ol
FOR SALE AT
W ith a Full Stock of
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