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PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, lSbl.
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THE PEliEL 11XUX
Our Troops Driven from
THE T.AID A HEAVY ONE.
Thirty Thousand Rebels About
to Isolate Washington
from the North.
M1TDLET0WN VALLEY, B00NSB0R0,
HAQERSTO WN, AND GREENCASTLE
IN POSSESSION OF THE REBELS.
They are Marching Down
the Cumberland Valley
r.tv., r.tr., r.ic, r.i., r.w., r.i., rt.
ttrlnl to The KvrnltiK Tclriirniili.
Harrisiii'Ko, July 7 The Rebels drove a
regular company of I'nited States troops (the ad
vance cavalry of this department) out of Hacrs
town fHtcrduy, witu a loss of few wounded
and two killed.
I Otr furce numbered only seventy; It had
driven the Rebels out of the town the day before,
taking three prisoners one lieutenant and two
Our Regulars retreated to the State line at throe
tb;t morning. The C'bambersburg Bank baa
arnt all its money to this po ut. All busiucss
In Chambcrsburg is stopped. Cannon are planted
in the streets, and a strong determination is ex
hibited by the citizens to defend the place against
any mere raiding pnrtios.
General Com b ciime here from Chainberjburg
this morning on a special train.
The authorities here think tho raid a very
heavy cne ; at least thirty .ujusand Rebels are
on the march, they say.
. There in au expectation of hearing soon from
General Hunter in the enemy's rear, in the direc
tion of Vlllhiuispert, Maryland. Ilia troops are
expected to reach Cumberland over the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad.
The enemy's line of march seems tending to
wards Washington and Baltimore. The railroad
north f Frederick City Is the first object ap
parently. This Is to separate Washington from
If not successful In that, they will return,
weeping everything before them In tho Cumber
land valley on their retreat towards Virginia.
Mpoelal to The EvkuIuk Telegraph,
Baltimore, July 7, 2 1'. M. Passengers who
left Frederick this morning, say great excite
ment continued there, and citizens are leaving
there for s safe retreat, In all directions.
No Rebels bud yew appeared in the town, bu
Were seen In small cavalry squads not far off
prowling over the country.
It la not believed they are In any force near the
place. Latest advices from Middletown Valley,
Boonsboro', and Hagcr-town, represent them
it, possession of all theee places, plundering un
restrictedly, nud tho people stampeding rnoidly.
They commit all sorts of outrages and elepre
ditions. Passengers just arrived over the
Northern Central this morning say the Rebels
captured Grcencatle yesterday, and were march
ing on Chambcrsburg, down tho Cumberland
Valley towards Uiirrisburg, destroying railroads,
bridges, and public property at all points, and
stealing horses, Ac.
It is belie ved their intention is to cut tho Penn
sylvania Railroad and burn or destroy, if possi
ble, all the bridges across the Susquehanna and
elsewhere, within reach. The alarm is very
great. This raid is chiefly cavalry, and said not
to be very large. There are hopes of opposing
nd driving it back.
The whole valley Is In perfect co.istcrnation,
and people are endeavoring to organize the
militia. All the roads are filled with refugees
driving cattle, hauling valuables, Ac.
General Hunter ha not boen definitely heard
from, bnt he is believed to be coming down
through Western Virginia. Sigcl b Ids Harper's
Ferry. General Wallace Is In command at Fre
derick. The damage to the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road extends fifty miles west of Harper's Ferry.
The Franklin Railroad is being again destroyed,
nd the Cumberland Valley road doubtless
shares the same fate. No one knows the number
of invading Rebels.
They are generally believed to number not over
10,600 Infantry, cavalry, and artillery. Thus far
it is considered only a plundering raid j but may
be the precursor of another formidable offensive
Some suppose Lee will abandon Richmond ami
follow, leaving unly enough to man the forti
fications. His supplies bciag cut olfon one side,
he, ia desperation, attempts to get thum on the
To make the best of it, things look uncom
fortable. Our people, however, are busy.
Special to The Eteuiuir Telegraph.
Washington, July 7. There is n ailing fur
ther that is reliable from the Rebel raid. The
.War Department seems to be, perfectly confident
of Its ability to meet every emcrrency.
5 TEE GRAND CAMPAIGN.
Cletarral Wiliton'a I . (ireally Eits;ite.
rnlril taHl f -iM'Clel noon Prob
able ieely Kin'ei'ssrs both Knit, ami
Went Iuiortuut Movement la Arknn
Washington, July 6. The mail steamer
Ciurtvtte Yanderbilt arrived from City Point this
forenoon, bhe. brings no news from the army of
particulur Importance. It was ascertained that
the reports ol 'General Wilsou's lo-scs were much
exaggerated. Four of bis guus were recaptured
from the enemy.
l-'AVOllAIII.K MIMTAnV NKW8 EXl'KCl'liD.
Notwithstanding the Rebel raid into Maryland,
nnd tho distrust in the statu of iitbiirs, as shown
by commercial men in the high price of gold,
there is reason to believe that fuvureble military
news will soou be made known to the public.
Sy the measures that have been taken to guard
Pennsylvania, It Is believed that the Rebels will
sfvJ be in suiilcicut force to do any material
Veiy good news Is expected from General
filerumu nothing less, In fact, than tho capture
of Atlanta. Military men here say that with the
loss of kcnceiiw mountain, the Rebels cannot
reasonably hope to hold Atlanta, as there aro no
positions bevond the Chattahoochee at all eiiual
to those on this side of it. Uood news is also
shortly expected Horn General Grant's army. It
Is believed that l'tteraburg will shortly be in our
It is well understood that nothing th( Rebels
run do, by way ! the Shenandoah valley, wi J
induce General Giant to send any portiou ol' his
auny lo tho clel'i u-eof Wa-hmgton. Movements
aro now under way for lurgely reinforcing
(Jercnil Grunt's army by von ran troops fioiu
points of less vital importance than is Ukhmund.
A. 1. H'orW.
It was 11. II. C. Dm lee, of I all River, Ma-sa-cbuseits
ems the i',.v., u young heilnnau .t
Yale Coin ge, who recently fine that lu. ky In-ti-tuticn
-Dci,(iOl, and d.dul wuu( hi jiumc puu
LATEST FROM THE FRONT.
HEAVY FIRINC ON WEDNES
NO MORE SICK AND WOUNDED
AT CITY POINT.
MORE ABOUT THE RAID.
THEriGHT AT IIAGESSTOWN
Etc., Etc., Etc., I'.lc, Etc., Etc.
From City lulnt.
Wasiiinoion, July 7. The mail steamer KVj
poit arrived here this morning from City Point.
At ten o'clock yesterday morning, the hour at
which the Kryport left City Point, heavy firing
was beard there from the direction of Petersburg,
but it was not known at City Point whether it
was anything more than an artillery duel.
The Keyjtort brought up Mr. Joel Parr and
family, refugees from Virginia. Parr resided in
Prince George county, about thii teen miles south
east of Petersburg, und was the only man in the
county who proved true to the old Hag. Parr
was arrested by the Rebel authorities for his
Union sentiments, and committed to prison, bat
he w as released a few day's ago, and succeeded
in making his way into our Hues with his family.
The hospitals at City Point have been cleared
of marly all the sick and wounded, and many
members of the Sanituiy and Christian Commis
sions arc going home.
The Flaltt nl lluuervtown.
Washington, July 7. Tho star says: We
have information direct from Ilagcrstown to tho
effect that on Tuesday af ernoon at 3 o'clock
Rebel squad, consisting of litt. en cavalry men,
commanded by Lieutenant Sharer, formerly of
Martinsburg, Va., entered that place. Tills forco
appeared to be a reconnoitring party, and they had
only been In the town a few minutes when a de
tachment of Regular Cavalry from Carlisle, Pa.,
commanded by Lieutenant McLean, dashed into
A brief fight immediately ensued in the streets
of Ilagcrstown, which resulted in the Rebels
being driven out of the town, with the loss of a
lieutenant and two privates, taken prisoners.
About half an hour after this fight the Rebels
again entered the town, their forces consisting of
cavalry and mounted infantry.
Lieutenant-Colonel McLean, of the Xnion
Cavalry, finding his force too small to cope with
the larger number of Rebels, slowly fell back to
the Pennsylvania line, tarrying with him bbj
The Rebels, after entering the town, act to
work to destroy tbe telegraph line, but they had
made no demonstration against the railroad when
our informant left.
They also plundered many of tho stores, bnt
seem to have adopted a different plan from tho
one they pursued lust summer, as they now
make no distinction between Rebel sympathizers
Many of tbe Rebel citizens of tho town, par
haps anticipating this treatment, ran their horses
AEMY OF POTOMAC.
How the Fonrth wan Npent Before le
terabnrK Nalntee Fired witb Knotted
City Point, July 5. The great day for which
devout Yankees believe "all other days were
made," passed by in tbe mo-t prosaic manner
imaginable. It was ushered In by no gaudy
pageantry, ringing of bells, or thunder of ar
till'iy. The stillness of the morning air was not even
broken by tho tiring of a national salute ; but the
day opened and closed with but little manifest
enthusiasm, and the ordinary army avocations
weie in mo t instances pursued all day. A pussy
salute from some asthmatic, wheezy, old navy
guns, and a liberal display of bunting from the
vrsselshere and at lSermudn Hundred, comprised
the sole attempt to celebrate tbe day.
it proved by far the quietest Fourth of July
within aiy recollection; quieter here, surrounded
by "griin-visHged war," than in the humblest
village of tho North. The folds of our Sags,
that greeted the tirst beams of the rising sun,
were soiled and battle-torn, but dyed with the
blood of heroic defenders. Our guns, which
under other circumstunces would b-vo heralded
the. advent of the nation's birthduy, -re hacked,
battered, rusty, and silent.
The hi art of the army was warmly aglow with
patriotic emotions and recollections of otberauni
versaiies, hut found no utter ill' o in empty show
or idle flemi nstration. The blood, caru.ige and
dessolation of the post two months are too fresh
in ihe minds of our men to admit of vain display,
rioiing or debauchery in the very presence of tho
foe. The day was seriously, and ail the more
properly remembered and oIi'm rved.
Contrary to the general expectation, there w.is
no attack made on el. her side during the day or
night. Tbe Rebels expected an assault, as wo
leainid in various ways, und nnlg arrangement
to r. tist us vlgoronsly nt every point. For two
or thiec days Lee bus ben marching and eouu
U rniarching bis troops between Richmond and
Peters huig. '1 he prcci-e ooject he has in view
ha- not been ascertained. .Some suppose it indi
cates nn evacuation wt' the ou'pusts, and the con
centrating of his entire army in smaller compass.
THF. ltl:ilKL GEN Bit A L JOHNSTON UUNTKk's
Noal'usiins are made in the Rebel papers to
the uppoii tment of Johnston o commaud tho
auny ot Virginia. The former report was pro
l alil.v untrue. Nor do thev throw auy light on
the sircuioh or present locution of tho force sent
in pursuit of Hunter. It ia understood hereto
have oi en V'.w li's who'e I'oi jis, and Is supposed
to be mi the .upper Potomac, somowheru in tho
vicinity of Mattmsburg by this time.
Five locomotives and about ouo hundred cars
lire running cotilinuully between this unit Clark's
station six miles out on the Petersburg Railroad
tianspoitiug supplies and forage for me n and
animuls. Other preparations uro being made
that poiut to a permanent occupation of City
Point. A framn building, containing four rooms
about fifteen feet square, is being erected near
the dock to uceotnmo.laie the United istates mails
and the employees of tho railroad, w hii h is one
good sized straw showing tho direction pf tho
Market by I 'eleicrili.
New Yoiik, July 7. Flour lirm, nnd advancod
7'e : Mitten nl' .Kt.tMKi bill, same al tlu :ihi 11-.iii; fchio,
I1.MI..; .Sulirn. :u .Mii..U Wliuut uiKain'.l lu
I-k;. ; i.iiU-1. ol" I l",0m buisla. ClileAU" spring nt I ; i.l.'7e
.Milwuukie dull. 1 J",I .m. i Ketl Wi-iivm, PWin'tr.;
loiuuiin; sitleii (ifiiieisiu teii.li St Itiuc. It6' Itroi. fork
thru at ftl'i'U4-l'.'H . Lurit llnu. Wtnaky tlvmly ut
f 1 -roi.i Ho
Mocks dull Chlcniro and Rock Island, 1114;
('umtK'rtknd prrrtMrt-il. isi; llllnoia Ontntl rri, l.el'.,
M'1-lll.ll.U Smllll.lTII. ; CO fc-llHIlllllt'eil, 11M; St!W VoiS
('i ti al. l:il'4; Heuii.lvaiiia t'iml.llii; Kt.iitUit,', l-Mi'j ;
Huil.'! Itivi-r. l'l!i( Mintiiuri "is. 7o; r-rle, 1 1 IK, ; ('lie:airo
uittl luihey . 1:1 1; ; M M ill, itu ('untral. 1 17 ; Cleai'elunil ntitl
I'ntllmr, , 111 ; lllt..lnir ami Sort Wayne ll.i; ClilMi,
anil Niirihttt-.tiTii, 1 year l Yrttileaisa, !'; Ir- a-
nirlt-a, liil; t, vo Colli,. ,in.. lot ' Kent. t" '!, 1'jo ; C jup.iu til,
; HstMertd Jo, 111 i Hold, '.'i, .i rilO.
Ham i moiik. July 7. Flour advanced -' fi lies
li0 hlila. Ohio eura al ln;i,anJ ih liiiln. Unit ant
Mor. i nuiiiTllm. al i-.1ii, i-;j. Wheal Drill ami ailviincmij.
lora Jiul; nulla. 1 b-l. H m.ky nuiel , Ohio, l-aJl-a..
The battle of Hie n,.c,is no generals; every
muu is his own coiiimunder.
It is said that empty-headed people aro al
wav s happy ; corks always float.
"My dear," said a gentleman to a yoiin.fi
lady tow houi he thought to be luai ri- J, ",iu y.m
Intend to make a fool of me?" "No," replied
the lady, "nature- hut taicd iu the troublv.
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON NEWS.
Spwlul Dcspiikhcg to Krcnlng Tolcsrupli.
WAsrirwoTiiK, July 7.
I.ntext from Omni.
The lntet InlclliKcnee from General Orant it
The ev Moiicy-Onler Nynteni.
Hr. C. F. Mi lionuld has been appointed Supcr
intcnili iit of the new money-order system of t'io
Post Otllcc l)i partmetit, and 11. F. Wdkius to the
The certificates to be issued to persons, ladies
or gentlemen, who furnish representative recruit
under the recent plan announced by the Provost
Marshal General., arc being sent to the Provost
Marshals. They are handsomely executed, nnd
will hereafter bo n soure-e of pride to ull who
Our I'nl.llc rteM and IntrrcM.
The receipts for the fiscal year ending June 13,
IHi.t, were .From Cii-tom, $0.'l,'J:l,l!M ; from
Internal Iteoniie, loi),00O,oii0 ; snio of Public
Lnnds, S5C-3.W8; Mise-ell.tneoiis, l.i.OS 1 .4 J2.
Total, J'J I7,H'.S,IS5. Assuming the receipts Into
the Treasury from nil sources for tho year ending
June .10, INi'ii, to be equal t those of last year
nearly SJlW.lKW.om), there will remain, after pay
mcntof all tho interest, $111,1 iS.Ci.i, applicable
to the current ex nses of the year.
Supposing all the authorized loans taken, the
amount of tho public debt at the end of the next
fiscal year, and the annual interest thereon, will
stand thus : Gold-bearing debt already Issued,
JM7,P41,0!t ; interest, S.Vt,Ri'l,Ci72. Seventy-five
million dollar lemn, partly taken, $r.'i,(K)0,030;
Interest, $t,'i00.0O0. Bninnce of tcn-forty loan
nt.'ipcr cent, Sl.10,000,000; Interest, t:i,.'S0,'l ) .
Four hundred milTon dollar loan, ?l )0.(SK),ni0;
interest, g'M.OOO.OOO. Total, l,4l"J,941,0'H.
Total Interest, jS."i,S23,c;2.
Debt bearing lawful money Interest, SI7i.7ilO,
800. Interest, .'0,s7fl,00O-.'i7. Helit bearing no
Interest, $H0,.'1S3,104. Total amount, debt and
intcicst.oti 30th June, 18iio; Debt, 2,32l,02l,!):7.
It will be seen by those figures that Independ
ent of the anticipated increase in the revenue and
the excess of the receipts over and above tho
interest on the public debt, the Trc.inury will bo
abundantly able to meet all demands on its cof
fers, even if the expenses of the war are greater
during the next year than they were during tho
ycor just ended. Including the exce-ss of re
ceipts over the interest, the Treasury I) part
ment will have in its vaults, when ull tho loans
authorized are negotiated, $73t,lKM,)OJ more
than has been spent In anyone year since the
roteNt Aicatntt the Mexican Loan.
A protest has been miido by M. Jesus Escobar
Y. Ariucndarlr., Into Secretary of the Mexican
Legation, now Agent of tho Constitutional
Government In Europe, against the last Mexican
loan, In these words: "I, Jesus Escobar Y
Armenduriz, Agent of tho Constitutional
Government of Mexico, legally authorized, and
In virtue of the divers protests made by the Legis
lative and Executive powers of tho nation against
all the contract, and in general against all tbe
acts of tho French intervention and tho func
tionaries emanating from it, protest anew that
the Mexican nation and its Constitutional Gov
ernment will never, at any time, recognize or
admit the obligations which Bhull bo contracted
by any other functionaries than those who bold
their authority from the Constitution.
"I protest especially against tho Mexican loan
which was decreed on the 10th of April last by
the Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Austria,
and against every species of obligation which shall
be contracted at thechargeof the Mexican nation
by what person soever who shall not be authorized
by the Constitutional Gevcrnmont, whether theso
obligations have for their object to create a fresh
national debt or to augment the amount of
that which already exists, or simply to introduce
modification of the English debt, which the Gov.
emmcut considers sacred, or any other debt
legally recognized. And although the protests of
the supreme power of the nation hav obtained
In Europe all the publicity which was due to
them, I now renew them in the interest of the
public, and to affirm as much at possible tho
rights of the Mexican nation."
The Late fleneral Wadnwnrtb.
Captain Craig W. Wadsworth, son of General
James S. Wadsworth, arrived here this morning
from the Anny of the Potomac, on a short leave
to accompany his mother to Point Lookout to
obtain from Rebel prisoners there the particulars
of bis futber's death.
The Oreat lavaalon-IInmbna;.
The Rebel raid into Maryland has been criti
cally called circus-riding by a high dignitary
here, and was pleasantly laughed at by him.
Another official inquired of about the terrible
Invasion, remarked, " If tho crowd was put an
trial, they could not be convicted of more than
trespass, with Intent to commit horse-theft."
t nse of Kentucky.
It is supposed hero that the suspension of tho
hnhtai corput and tbe cstabllshmen of martial
law in Kentucky is in anticipation of possible
trouble from the enforcement of tho draft, and
particularly the enlistment of tbo slaves of the
more disloyal portions of the Suito.
The Income Tax.
It has been discovered that tho passing of the
specinl income tax, authorized to bo levied dur
ing tbe last hours of Congress, is collectable
upon all incomes received luring the year end
lig December 1863, thence lapping over Into
18C2. The exact language of tbe joint resolution
Is thut tho tux shall be levied upon incomes for
tbe year ending December 31 preceding the
time when the tax Is collectable, w hich time is
October, lSili, thus making tho tax collectable
from December, 1802, to December, 1863. This
was not, it is well known, tho intention of the
frauiers of the law, and it will bo dillicult to col
lect the tax from Government employees and
navul und army olllcers, who have paid their
regular five per cent, ever since tho old law wont
Into effect, but who will not be able to pay to tho
Government the additional 5 per cent., for the
simple reason thut they will not have, in many
Instances, any Income now, being pensioners,
without employment, or without any fixed in
come. Govcrruncnt employees havo had tho
usual 6 per cent, deducted from their salarios
heretofore, though the incouio tux Is not collect
able ft om citizens gcncrully until September, lSiil
Condition of I'rlcrnlMirsr.
An officer from tho front says that Petersburg
lu now covered by ovoronc hundred of our guns
and thut, were General Grant tojgive tbe orders,
its destruction would bo tho work of but a few
Commissioner Lewis expresses tho opinion
that tho receipts from Internal revenue for tho
next fiscal year will reach the largo figure of
A private letter from off Charleston mentions
tho arrival there of tbe Rebel oilleers selected to
undergo tho ordeal of fire instituted by their
friends exposure to the fire of tho Rebel bat
teries. Tho letter states thut com fortable quar
ters have alrtudy been provided for them In a
locality where shells most do drop.
I ii I e rent Irelnyrd.
The accrued Interest ou tho bouds of tho loan
of MH1, duo July 1 In gold, will not be forwarded
for scverul days, owing to jjreut presaurc of tui
Utts on the Treasury,
T.IIK (. IvKAT KAII).
OUR BALTIMORE DESPATCH".
REBELS COmifllTTING GREAT DAMAGE
ESTIMATE OF THEIR NUMBERS.
rtc, lie, rc, I'.tc, Etc., re.
Mprrlal to The Evening; Trlirrnnti.
I4ai.ti moiie, July 7. Much excitement exhts
here to-day in reference to the Rebel rail In
Lnrcc numbers of persons are seeking refiuro in
this city from all sections of Western Maryland.
Rebel raiders arc ravaging Ilagcrstown, Mid
dletown, nnd portions of Frederick county.
They eonlst of small bodies of civulry, and
arc doing Immense damage wherever they pene
trate. The exact number of invaders Is not ascer
tained. They are set down by various persons
at any number from six to thirty thousand.
General Wallae-e takes command of our forces
here in persou.
i:rllrmenl In IliiKliiiorc Tlic nilitary
Halt! stoh k, July 7. Tho excitement herewith
regard to tbe Rebel invasion is rapidly iu
crcasing. Refugees arc arriving in crowds and ordinary
business is suspended, excepting that which is
stimulated by military necessity. Placards ure
now posted in various parts of the city, c illing
the Baltimore City Guards and the Union leagues
to be in reudiness to-night for the defenso of tho
city, nnd for guarding railroads, and for other
The Rrlicl Force Relieved to he .10.000
Strong SklniiltitiliiMT Xinr Murjliind
IUltimobv, Ju'y 7, ll-t.i A. M. Tho city is
full of rumors this morning of an exciting cha
racter in regard to tho invasion.
After a careful inquiry, with a desire to sift out
the truth as far as posxiblo, witli a view to avoid
acting tbe part of nn alarmist on tho ono hull
by overstating, or encouraging a fuUe security,
by underrating the state of facts, I send you the
following, which is believed to be correct.
Tho most reliable Intelligence from Maryland
Heights and tho region beyond, this morning,
warrants the belief that tho Rebel forco now on
this side of tho Potomac, and on the lino of tho
river on tho Virginia side, Is larger than at first
supposed. It it believed that the force is nut far
short of 30,000.
Advices from Sandy Hook down to 10 o'clock
this morning say that an officer from Ganeral
Rigcl's hcadqnurteri, Marylund Heights, reports
tome skirmishing going on back of tho Heights,
but the number of the enemy thuro Is small.
With the aid of the glass and signal corps, tho
enemy can bo observed towards Sharpsburg,
driving off cattle, horses, &'c.,aud plundering tho
farmers in the valley. No largo force, however,
Advices from Grocncastlc, Ta., this morning
say thut tho Rebels occupy Ilagcrstown this
morning, but in what forco Ls not known.
The train from Frederick is jnst in, and re
ports that Colonel Coles' Maryland Cavalry bad
a tkirniish with a small Rebel forco a scouting
party four miles west of Frederick, about 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
It was ascertained, subsequently, that the force
was quite small.
The Rebel officers dined at noon at Hogaa's
Later In the day two pieect of. Alexander's
Maryland battery, and a detachment of the Hth
Illinois Cavalry, and Colonol Sedes Maryland
Cavalry went lu pursuit of the Rebels, and dur
ing last night drove a force of 100 Rebels through
Whilst in Middletown yesterday tbe Rebels
made good use of their time by plundering the
citizens of their horses and other property.
Jo-bua Cormick.a ttublo-keepcr, was called
upon to deliver his horses. He refused, and was
He is expected dead.
Active movements of troops are going on,
which it Is not proper for prudentlul reasous to
Tbe railroad is still undisturbed as far as San
dy Hook, opposite the town. '
At last advices It was believed there was only
a small force of guerillas on the Virginia shore,
opposite Point of Rocks.
One o'clock, A. M. Tbe Rebels at the Perry
have destroyed all the railroad property there,
including tho telegraph and ticket otlice. .So far
they have used no artillery against our force.
TBE MAMLAKD EAID.
The Kllly Heart Fright Without t'anne
Aobodjr Hurt, and Nobody I.lkelj to be
While I.fK" Are Truiuim.
Hai.timohf., Wednesday, July fi, 10 P. M. The
Baltimore and Ohio Rnilioad Company have just
received intelligence fiom Mainly Hook, opp.isito
Harper's Ferry, slating that not a Rebel can bo
Seen or heai d of at Harper's Ferry, or in any p irt
of Mun land ! nnd that it is believed that by to
morrow morning I In re wil not be ono anywhoie
in that vicinity, they having skedaddled up tho
valley, it is thought, to escape beiug cut oil' by
hit trm Inning w ith the Kebela rtnr t'orcen
OiitiiiiiiilH.reu tlnr.r'M rVrry F.vuni
iilnl. but the Helgtila Held i'rcimrtt
tioiin lor HefclHlMiice.
Monocact, Wednesday, July 8. Mulligan
encountered and fought tho Rebel force at Leo
town on (Sunday, but retreated before supurior
numbers, ami joined Kigel.
At ISharpsliuig be hud another brisk skirmish.
Martinsburg was evacuated on .Sunday night.
Twenty thousand bushels of oats and othui atorcs
fell into Rebel hands.
(Sigcl, Mullijjun, and Weber aro at Maryland
Haria r's Ferry was evacuated on Monday. Wo
hold the Heights. The roud is clear between hero
Generals Lew. Wallace, Tyler, and Howo uro
hero prepared for any emergency.
A skirmish occuried this uoou hack of Frede
rick bitween Major Colo's cavalry and some
Rebel cavalry. The Rebels were diiven back.
It is reported thut the Rebels havo four thou
sand cavalry nnd eight pieces of artillery in
Loudon county, but it is uot believed by Gcuuruls
General Sigcl reports that the w hole forco of
the raiders does not exceed live thousuud.
I.Rtesit Humor) More t'niifiiNloii I.otaj of
KelM'ls I lie Ancient Hurry to I'ai-llur
iorcf an i en Out ot Jlngcriktovau.
llAiiiusiu no, Wednesday, July 0. General
Sigi l still holds Harper's Ferry out of dun tc.r.
General Wallace s udvam o bavo lieen skirmish
ing all day witli the iUhcU near 1 luderick cny.
Result unknown. ,
Our forces were diiveil out of Ilagcrstown to
eluy, though they w hipped tho Ucbe.s there yes
terday, Inking ouo In men. ml and tw o privates
prisoner, and wounding a number of oilier.
These prisoners were tent to Fort Delaware to
day. jiuuior has it thut Hunter Is coming east as
fust at rail und skuiuboul utn bring ha column..
Tbp numlicr of Ilehels lo reported at from 6.I0O
Cur forces hnve been driven towards Chim
bcsbiirg from GreeniM-tle.
Wiillme and Sigcl cm bold the cn"mv in chock
until Hunter comes nnd the milt'ia rnilv.
Srvi ril p PiiuciU have already ottered under
the 12,0tK1 call.
Otllchil Inf. rniation received her shows that
General Grant has net tied th" War D.yiirt'iicMt
tl at a " Large portion of the Rebel nrniv h is left
his i in irii-i I nets' front, that a large por'ii n of Hun
ter's force has reached V irkcrslturg, on its wiy
l ast, nnd bis advmco will reach CuuitHjrland to
morrow morning." iV. Tribunr.
rOURTH OF JULT IN CEAMBERSBURQ.
A I'crtiirtted Village Rebel and Rnmnrs
of Kcba-K f Jcncrnl Evodus) of Ntgror!
and sitocli Elenle Military lrtnrA
Hon The Krlicln Don't Aelvauce All
nli-l Along Ihe l.inco.
Siimliiy. July 3, opened in t'hnui'K'rsburgsereno
and benutitiil, and worshippers wended the r wav
to their respective sanctuaries with their wmte I
calmness and devotion. Tho afternoon witnessed
the tirst anniversary of ilm M snon School 1
rSiinelay School under the direction of the sever el
ilenominaiions, and for a ye ir past held regu
larly in the Pre-byterinn laiclure R win, and
devoted to the Christian task of teaching colored
men, women, nnd children to read and giving
them re icious instruction.
They bad gathered in tho chun h at .1 P. M. to
conimcnioraie the tirst anniversary of an insti
tution that promised them a lv in ement, re .
gious trainim.', and fitness for tiscl j'ni'-s mi l
honor; and ttn-y snng their songs of prais wi'h
on earnestness that betokened tho spirit and
also the understanding. In the midst of the
servie-cs, when kind ministers who had watched
over nnd labored with these poor victims of
brutnb.ing slnvcrv, were congratulating them on
the (ireal good wrought in their behalf, a mcs
scnger handed the speaker 11 message stating
thai the Rebels were approaching tbe Po'om ac
in force, and seemed beut on invasion and de
struction. Sl'HEAOlVO TUB NC1V8.
The news flew like wild-lire, and consternation
fecnied to have seized almost every citizen.
General Sigcl had advised General ('ouch that a
considerable fore-c was moving against hlin at
Miirtinsliurg. He intimated tits inability to arret'
Iheir advance, and advised General Couch to 0c
prcpan d for tnc worst. This was but the part or
11 prudent General, knowing as be did that lirne
rnl Couch would need some time t concentrate
his forces and protect the valuable sto.k in tho
southern section ol the county.
General Couch at once despatched mcssnng.'rs
to different parts of the county, advising tho
people to get their t'ock north of Cliam'icrsb'irg,
so Hint it could not be seized hy a sudden d.ish of
Rebel cavalry. It is needless to say that such na
iiitlmat on from General Couch to a people thrice
despoiled by Rebels needed 110 argument to insure
prompt ol coicncc; mid the work of exodus com
menced early, and was continued with the most
commendable, perseverance until there was
scarcely a horse on the southern lino.
HXCn r.MKNT IN CHAMIIKHSIICHO.
Chiimlsjrsburg took on the excitement as
na'urullv as sunset takes to night. Although
but n sing'e reliable despatch w is received from
A P. M. until lato nt night, n thousand rumors
floated and mugniiied as thev passed from niou'li
to mouth, until it seemed as il all the anuosof
Reticulum swelled ten-fold were about to swooji
upem devoted Chnmborsburg, and m iko a morn
ing lunch of its officers, citizens, negroes, horses,
goods and wares, and kindle breakfast fire by
burning half or the wholo of the village.
In tbe midst of the Intense excitement we re
mitted our rcportorinl corps to tbe largest pos
sible dimensions, and resolved 10 give the thrill
ing position of tho bloody struggle about to be
inaugurated, on some future day, when we should
be able to refit our otlice alter tho coming vand lis
had vanished. We employed fifteen intelligent
knights of the quill to call upon Generul Couch
every fifteen minutes, and inquire how many
Rebels there were on tho Potomac; how soon
tl icy would cross; where they would cross; what
they would do when thoy were across; how
long they would stay; when hsrses and cattle
should bo sent off; where they should bo a mt
to; when they should be brought bock; how
many troops no nan here ; now many were coin
ing; when nud where ho was going to tight;
whether any Indigent citizens could bo accommo
dated with himself and stair in case of r.itreaij
and various other purely military interrogatories
which thereporteirial corps deemed m ittorproper
for public information. We regret to say that
General Couch did not answer more ihan half
of the questions satisfactorily, und although tho
Major General commanding even in'iioited his
ittnornnce on reveralof tiie most Important points
submitted. We are not a aro what a-tion the
corps may toko on this arbitrary exercise of mili
STAHTMNO REPOR.TR F&OM I'l lJITI VBH.
We also despatched forty first-class spo imens
of the ceirps to gather all tbe trustworthy infor
mation 11 flout relative to tbe movement of tho
Keliels. Intelligent contrabands were seized as
soon as they arrived, and their modewt ami un
varnished s'orles taken down with the utm 1st
enro. Enterprising skedaddlcrs were questioned
and cross-questioned, and their valuao 0 contri
butions to the current history of tho day scru
pulously preserved. Retiring qu ir crmasters
nnd tmgnienbiry commands, just escaped from
tho wholesale slaughter of their comrades, wore
pirsuadi d to modify Ihe ir grief until their
piteous und truthful tales could bo preserved to
posterity; and the calm, imperturbable citizens,
who loved truth solely for the truth's sake, were
flunkedon the comers, surrounded ou store-boxes,
und "suiiled" in quarieis where lovers of beer
most 00 cigregnto. Thus was a complete, re
liable, and intensely interesting history of tbe
campaign kept up with its startling progress.
IMMENSITY or TUB BEnKL rOKCS.
Gn comparing tho perfectly reliable reports of
the ce,rps In tho course of the night leaving out
the donbiful and exaggerated stories of frightened
and reckless people, we found we bad positive
In toi mai Ion that the Rebels bad crossed Hie Po
tomac at not less than twenty four places that
uliernoon and evening, in columns from four to
tcu thousand strong ; and that the main body bad
not yet reached the river, it was evident, there
fore, that not less than a mill n Rebels were
about to enter Pi nnsylvnui, anil as General
Couch's command was certainly not more than
half that numlier, the prospect of successful re
sistance seemi d most gloomy.
The Rebels had, according to posl'ivo rumors,
muiutniKed a line of battle all of .Sunday, some
twenty miles long on tbe Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad, and the extent of their artillery may
be imagined when they tired not less than tifuien
guus every second. Some of them distinctly
heard iu this seeiion could not have been less
than filtcen hundred pounders. It is birely pos
sible that a little nerv.iusne-s and a tendency to
exaggerate were created with our corps by Gene
ral Couch's bland assurance to our people that he
was able, nnd would hold the town mail hazards,
nnd that be h id sent for au abuuduut supp.y of
arms for the citizens.
This was must ugreeublo intelligence to all but
ecenil bundled who had urgent husiiic s anroad.
ai d otheiswho had valuable stock that Co lid
not be sufcly entrusted 1 1 servants. Of course,
citizens so situutcd could not be expected to tijhU
Alt OriCUATOIl C1IANOES HIS 11ASK.
The telegraph operator at ilagcrstown being
assured every seven minutes that the Rebels were
about to enter Ilagcrstown, he very naturally
changed his base from the telegraph olllce to some
less attractive point for Rebel investigations ; and
several hours would Hoinutiincs elap-u before be
would turn up again to inform General Couch
thut the last report was a mistake.
Tho only uppnrcn ly reliable information re
ceived during the night, was a despatch from
General Weber, dated at Harper's Ferry, stating
that Nigel had been overwhelmed at M.irtins
luirg, and wus endeavoring to retreat upon tho
Ferry. The Rebel force opposed to In 111 was
reported to General Weber at from "ten to
twenty thousand infantry, cavalry, and artil
lery." This startling inhumation tiaturully gavo
much concern to tho military authorities, but as
most of the excitable population had retired, it
did not lullio the surface of the village per
ceptibly. Troops were hurried on by General Couch with
all iHishihle H ecd hy mil from eastern points, and
before da light, he had an ample cava'ry forco
of traine d troops on the entire southern line, and
hud uiso a force of infantry and artillery 011 winch
he relied with entire tsiulielcnco, with tho uid of
citizens w ho would voluntarily Join the troops,
to hold the town ngainst any probable usseuit.
With uninterrupted telegraph lines to Green
castle, Mercershurg, and M'Ctmncllsburg, and
au 1 Hie cm cavalry lureo scou'ing from nil these
points, sin pi ise wis impossible; nnd with the
foiccund tai'il.ties for the defense of Ch iiubcrs
burg, a raidiiig party would bavo mot with an
unph usually warm welcome had they moved oil
ISrilir.NTS OV TUB 101 BTH.
Tho fourth wis a elay of unusual excitement.
The roads wi re eluik itli sub 0 relugoos, and
twnriiiiiig v illi horses and other stock moving
north, us directed by tho Gcucral commanding.
Lury uittji why coae from tho souihe.ru tvctiou
of the eonnfv brought Ms own story of fnbaloul
muni t rs ot Rets? s JustiitHiut to enter his par
t cu'ar rttVtm nt, and some had n tuilly seen,
fie Ki ts I forces In the.r nrigbb rhood.
They were reported agan s cro-sing nt Han.
cock; at Norm Moin.tuiu Station ; nt Williams,
port ; nt Slieppardstown ; at Falling Wa'ors ; at
Charsprlng; at all Ihe Dams, and at every other
point where it was pos-ihie for a man to get
across the river ; and dad our reporters applli I
any common system of arithmetic to their state
ments, the Rchel army cnu d not hare heen made
les than a million just as it was computed Die
elny before. Hut (lie uniform extravagance of all
the rumors, anei tho iHisltive and persistent ad
herence to them by their authors, at Inst became
fureli fll and they were discussed on the corners
as practical joki s of the day.
Hy noon gcnernl conlidcncc was mstorcd, as it
became manliest that if n raid up Ohainhprs
burg hnd bi'en intended it wi. ' 'vu been
clearly developed before that ti n ' ' "v.
niHiniier of Hie day was devotr
ion eif tbe terrors of Invasion - i
nl ihe IndicroiiH incidents with . . 1,
human history. General tranquil" s
thereafter, with the exception of a Intn.
iutroduci d Into the programme on Monday
by the operator at II igerstown, supp a-tvd by
courageous lieutenant of the "speak 111K etc
1 he operator finding that the Rebels were
moving on his works ngtiu ah ut 6 P. M., ho
skednddled, and did not re urn as u ual to m(o m
fleneral Goueh that he was niisinf (rmcd. He
timk.his instrument to Grccnmstle, and from
tin re gave the account of the a Ivanciug Reb Is.
The l.iei.tcnnnt reached here In the course oi' the
nlcht,ii"r) reported lb number of Keliels th it
bad cnti reei Hagcrslown, the exart time of their
entiy, and knew pretty 11111 h all about the Rebel
force this side of tho Peitoumc, which em'iraced
certainly Karlj 'n and Breckinridge's commands.
Ilagcrstown being cut oil by tho elepartiire ol the
operator, rumor had fair plav, and a general
stumpi ah' of horses and willing attendants took
plai'e about 10 P. M.
Just while the eifhVcrwas (Mailing his strategy
in eiudiiig the large force of Rebels in Hag r
town nnd beyond, a despatch ana reissivcd from
Mr. Hard, who bad gone to lingerstown on a
hand e-ar, stating that all was quiet that there
bad been no Rebels there, and that none were on
this ide i f the Potomac. Our eth."ient rcpor
torinl corps immediately bad a consultation and
unanimously resolved to recommend tho lieuten
ant for promotion. Ix-st jenlous aspirants shoird
conspire to deprive him of his luurols, wo with
hold his name.
the nrnrx movement.
The truth of the Rebel movement is now clearly
manifest. Hunter had round from Lynchburg
to West Virginia, leaving tbo Valley undefended,
and it was known to the Rebels that vast stores
had been loaded at Martinsburg to lie seat to
Hunter. 1 lie train bad heen started up the
Valley; but owing 10 Humor's movement had
returned ; and the cavalry and mounted infantry
of the force that bad resisted Hunter from si tan n
ton to Lynchburg, made a elaati down the Vulloy
to capture the much coveted stores and stock.
That .sigel outnumbered the attacking forces
wa cannot now doubt; but he had a long line and
large nnd valuable trains to defend. Ho there
fore wisely ran no risk in being overwhelmed;
bnt retired in safety with his entire trains to
Sbnrpsburg, where be now has his headquarters.
At tho time of this writing (Tuesday noon) we
have seen no evidence that any more than scout
ing squads or p.ckets fiota tbe RsbcU have
dossed ihe Potomac. at nuy point; nnd as Sigi-1 is
in a position to operate from Sharpsburgj We
ber from Harper's Ferry; Kolly from Cumber
land, und Couch fiom Chamhersburg, we think
a Reliel raid Into Pennsylvania as highly im
probable. Tho risk wonld be too great, while the advan
tage could not be substantial even in case of sue
cess. Hy tho promptness of General Coueh all
the valuable stock wan got out of the southern
part of the couuty, and there was therefore
nothing to gain by a movement into this State.
To tbo decision, skill, and ti'aless energy of
General Couch and bis staff tho people owe thtir
present tranquility and safety.
ruoiTivB paiimkhh' utock.
Certainly not less than 1000 horses passed
along tho Harrisburg turnpike to Shipponsuurg
und points adjacent, and many mora wore sent
to the northwestern portions of tbe county.
On Monday vry muny returned, and all day
yesterday a steady stroam was passing hack to
their homes again. Tbo golden fields are ready
for the 1 caper; und protected as tbe border now
is, tho rich harvest of thu Cumberland Valley
can be gathered without fear of interruption.-
State of Thebmomrteh To-dat. Six A; M,
70. Noon, HH. Ono P. M., 00. Wind W. by N.
Tub GovrimoR'n Call Nrw Tons: Tuoors
Movino to Ota Assistance. It will bo seen by
our telegraphic despatches of to-day that Gov
ernor Curt'n ban made a second call upon the
people of Pennsylvania for volunteeeit to defend
our borders from tbe attack of tbe Rebel foe,
now said to be contemplating n raid upon nt.
Of the twenty.flve thousand men thus asked for,
the quota of Philadelphia will amount to three
thousand and eighty-seven men. We hare no
doubt but w hat tbe regiments of Colonels Thomao
nd Nicholas, now rapidly organising, will, under
existing circumstances, be accepted as a part of
the force required, thus leaving less than a single
regiment to be immediately riised and placed in
service. Surely we have abundant material In
our midst from which to organizo at least three
large regiments within almost forty-eight hours'
notice, if but tbe proper seeps are taken to gather
in and concentrate the force thus placed at our
While upon this subject we may state that
Mujor-Geucnil (Sanford ban just arrived la the
City i f New York from Albany, where be has
b id an interview wi'h the Governor, and by
whom he bus been ordered to repair lininodiately
with force s to aid in defense of our State. Puree
regiments of inlaniry, a battalion of cavalry, and
two batteries of artillery are expected to piss
through this city for Harrisburg some time dur
ing the present week. Two regiments of infan
try ure also expected from llrooklyn. Ilriga licr
General Kucn will command tiiu forces from
New York city, und Diigadicr-Oenorai Crook
those from llrooklyn.
The iuiMrianee of these, calls cannot be too
lightlv estimated by our citizens, and we trust
that the different recruiting stations now open
for the enlistment tif ouu hundred davs' raeu
will n ceive a large number of recruits the next
Anni au F.xci'itgiON of the Youno Mrn's
Ciihistian Association. For sevcrul years
pust the Young Men's Christian Association of
this city have been accustomed to making one
or more excursions to Atlantic City during the
season, for the physical and mental recreation of
the excursionists and the benefit of the Associa
tion's finances, nnd those who havo heretofore
piirticlptt'cd In these pleasant trips, will uot will-
iiiniy iuu iu ineiuiKe in me ouu 10 00 given ou
I rulay, tbe l.itu iust. The President of the As
sociation, Pi ti r it, Simons, Pisip, informs us tuat
their body will be well represented In tho exear
bioii, and" that a few invited guests, including
several prominent clergymen, will take part iu
A lurge number of tickets have already boon
sold. We cannot help remarking in this con
nection that the numerous accessions 10 the mem
bership ol this highly respectable and useful reli
gious organization of late speak woll fir its
management. II anything more wore needed to
create a renewed interest and sympathy for this
sterling association, it would bo tho fact that
since the very beginning of the war it has de
voted its cneigius and taxed the menus of Its
niombi rs to encourage and relieve our brave sol
diers in the field, camp, aud hospitals.
Constitutional Coyfntion Tuts Moun
ino's Sibsion. The Convention reassembled
this morning at nine o'clock.
A discussion eiccurrcd on the form of the me
morial to Congress, and it was finally adopted iu
We. the people nf tho mitpil States, hnmWv acknow-IciIkH)-'
Aloiistilv Hull aa llie antircsol' all authority anil
I'uiier In civil hi. terminal!, the' 1.01 d Jctim e'liriat a' lli
ituler aim as the netionti, Ilia ravattleil will al tan rsvualt'i!
wul. as, 1 aiipreiau auuiuriiy, In eirdcf ti luriu a c'liruaian
e.10 M inn. e-i'.
The lust icsolution of the report of the Busl
ness Committee was adopted, as follows:
Ke.oteei, That thu Will ol eioel. aa mdieausl III bis pro
via. in e low ui il il. ia nation at tin' pias.'in iiiuu, is callow
II pun ua aa e'lirt-lnni an. Ins airlola lo prof'-culo Ida w.r.
Ills ll. h Una Aasuulutiou la uauU, null laulusaej Ulll-
gc iicu atiet wal.
Faikmoint Tabs. This most delightful
place of re sort is in excellent condition, and has
been nicely improved by the additiou of numo
rous trees, shrubbery, &c. Sluco tho 4th of July
tho placo Is thronged euch afternoon with thou
sands of people. There is uio talk of agaiu
taking un aauies to hate a baud engaged nl the
Park ou twoufiemoumi of each week, the 4iuo
s luot, tvaauu,
Banoor, Mc., July 7. Company A, of the
State Guard, left for Fort MeClary, yesterday
Among the private la Vice-President Hatnlm.
NolhlBsT front fteaeral Srant,
Fortmuss Monroe, July 0. The steamer
Kiyport arrived at five o'clock, from Bermuda
Hundred, and reports nothing new from the
front. No battle yet.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
initDF.t.rmA stock exciiasob halrsJ, jm.r 1,
) sport d by ITnrkaon Oe., Rmkan, No. UI 8. TWra M,
intah Ksnit.K.R..alii r. 1 SKiah Wlnamxr (XI..
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lMtlOKB OF aTO(Tt IK " HT
Reported by Clnrkson 4 Co.,Brratrt, Wo. . nt.
t'nltrrt "tan Ra. 1111 . hit orT. ... . 101 si but l. " .v
Krsk I. land Kailroad M4 lit . i
Keailllm Ital'mait S bid IW aajnr
llllnisa Trnlral Kailroad bid. !" aaKM
eiah'iia Kalm.arf bid Siu aalsal
Nw York Ontral Kailroad 1st V bid 104 aal
File Kailroad 1111, bij 114 MM
liarlsio Itailroad M0 bid S0 a a SHI
(ir.l.l bid .. aal-a
I nii.d Htaua 0-2Oa 104 bid KM aM
Market lleary. . ,
Quotalk.na ot Oold nt ths Fbllndeliihla Oold Ejuharare
Ho. S4 8. Third slrMt, aarend atory :
MS A M "'"i 1M
II A M MU , ir.M JS7
Jar Cnuai t Co. qnots Oovemaieat rVc iirttlaa. t
noon to-day, as follows : .v
. Bttvinf. aVfffiaa.
TJ. . Its. Is! 114
V, a. 7 III Nnu leu , lot
ranlrlratsa of Indi htwlnsaa, Kw MX U'i
ejtartarmaaier'a Vou.hers ..
fr-'AJ lluada lot i let
10 40 Cour-oo Honda ready for Uellvar to June 14 lucls
1)1 Havss a Bit- i. Third srMt,4not as l-
ATfiartran Oold t 1st prena. , 170 pexaa
Vnlli-d 8tat-s lletuaud Kolea...l''JI So . 170 do
Amrrlran llvfr K' and k's...ls0 do .. do
litmca and Hair liimoa...., 14', do ., do
panlsh ejuanera I4A do ... da
reunavtvanla l.'nrn'lloj... ' ,H dla. W dla.
liear Vort Kxcliause 1 10 da) Par.
Thi rsdat, July 7.
The Stex-k'Marknt for the past few days hat
been weak, with but little animation. 80 mny
disturbing Influences have been at worC, thi the
tendency has been to unsettle the minds, and
eonseemently limit the operation of . stock; '
dealers. The resignation of Mr. Chase, tosjether
with the exceeding tightness of money, with the
conflicting rumors from the seat of war, are ttiU
influencing lower prices, which, together with
the raid on onr border, may still further depresa
local shares. 1
Our own opinion so often expressed In these
columns is still nnchanged in regard to the
heavy decline at no distant day in off stocks;
prices have reached an abnormal height, the
spirit of speculation only sleeps, but it not dead.
Yet its madness ia destined to undergo a chock;
which will cause panics and universal tremble,
and until the Stock or Com Exchange have
passed through the fiery trial of wide-spread
financial criti; they will not learn the difference)
between legitimate trade and the fever of specu
lation, which required terrible physio to cure.
The low-priced Oil and Mining share are ex
tremely dull. Of the formor there are a few good
investments, such at Noble and Delamator, if the
lurge dividends are continued 1 and of th latter
w constantly tea inch decline as in Alsact Iron,
f which ha gradually Allien from 5 to 1, being
one of those bastards forced npon the Slock Ex
change in time like these, to be fostered by th
foolish or unwary.
Beading cold this morning at 69 very dalJ.
In the Board the market wa dull. Sale of
Catuwlima Preferred at 40, a decline. Oold wa
quoted this morning at 270. The gambler may
fairly be said to have beaten the Government.
It a 111 be seen by an official advertisement in
another column that the balance of the alx per
rent, loan of 1881 is withdrawn, and that the pro
posals will be returned to the respective bidders.
Jay Cooke tt Co. notify the holder of small
7-30 United State Treasury Note that they cast
now be converted Into bonds of tbe Loan of 1841,
by applying at their office, No. 114 S. Third street-
PlIILAUtXriHA TRADE KKPOBT.
TnuHsDAT, July 7- There it yery little or no
Quercitron Bark here, and it ia wanted at $ij f
ton fur No. 1.
Cotton commands 91-60,casb, for Middling, a
still further advance.
The Flour Market is firm, and the expert ant
home consumptive demand has improved. Tho
sales com prise 3500 bbls. Ponntylvunlaand WeU
ern extra family at 10 60 ; 200 bbls. good do.
at 91 1 1 280 do. fancy U 12 ; and 503 bbls. single
State extra at $9 73 IJ' bbl. Sales to the retailer
and baker at from $9 for superfine, up tofl2
for fancy lot, a in quality. The stock of Jly
Flour and Corn Meal is almost exhausted, and
no sales have been r ported.
Holder of Wheat are firm in their demands,
and prices have again advanced 5 cent bush.
Sale to the extent of 5000 bushels inferior audi
choice Pennsylvania and Southern red, are
making at from tl& to 240c p bushel. Holder
of white demand from 200 to 235c. Corn ha im
proved, and 200 bushels yellow, in store, told at
100(ii 161c. Oat arc in better request, and .'W0
buabels sold at 92c. No sale of Barley or Malt
have been reported. 1
Whisky sells in a small way at 18(jgl8Jc, 400
barrels Western sold at private terinn.
LATEST SIAR1E INTELLIGENCE. ;
Cl.EARKD THIS MORSINIJ. '
Brig Carolina, I'u aui, l.lvrriiocl, K. A. Souder A Oo.
llnu t aUilhima, Ft'itlcrove, lion on, K. ItoUinrulta.
hrlir Fe'itriiot. Knowloa, Eieuthera, I. Je-auea AOo.
HclirJ. W.ltall.e alii. Iloseou, Moole, Caldwell a Co.
B. hr C. F. ate. i r, Wilcox, Miitdlctowu, Mlllor A Kalllnr.
bcttr Merchant. Phllllpa, Forireaa Alooroa Jliahou.euuACo
Mcbr l-ullilla, limy, t all Itlver. l inaaiii.
tichr '1 houiaa Jeilaraou, f oaa, Bo.Uiu, aipoare, Hotkrook j
8 hi Eu.lly, Conklln, Baltimoro, Baugh A Son. 1
ARRIVE!) tUTs MnRKIIfd. '
Barque An. lea, aUrriuian, u duys trow Tampa Bay, la
buhaat to I N. Hlauon A e.'o.
kchrK C. kiilgtit.lioitea, days ftom Warrea, hi bal
laae eo uaiitalu.
bciir Unry , Dobbin, 4 days frocu Provldance, ta balUst
to t'.O. au Uorn.
MelirC. F. Maouy, Wlloox, 4 days from Fortlaad, tu ktl
laal to caption.
aeliri iiuiuo, Hopkhn,4 days frsa Oeortotovm, D. C..
In ballaat to cuptaiu.
K. in k. 1. it H aii'i, Ilorrman, t oars from Fortreis
lli eiro. in ballast to cataiu.
Heiirraklr, t,now,6 dajia from Harwich, with mlseta
Crowetl A l.'ollliia.
deiir Auiaikea, Adaioi, 6 days (rota Boaulbrt, ta Wllaat
Kcdr J. VT. 11 all, Cain, 4 days froat Boatutt, la baUaat to
Kol'le. t aldssell A Co.
ilirHy,chi!e.uian,4dayfrosa Baiitockat.ta ballaat
Htaauu-r E. N. Falrrlitld.Troiit,24 hous from How York.
Willi uiUbOtv W. Al.ltolid l.
S HUNDRED DAYS' MKN'. COMMF.R.
clal leaiduif nl. Col .ool A. A. LfcJlll.Kll.--0.iiBvi.iit
emivt'ia wuiliiliK to liavv e-ouiuiaiiUa la llita Ktiiuaul,
V.I1I make lauiii.-iiiati. appiieailon to e.olourl A A.
l.H III I.U WeilinrtU li..ua SiAMseiM HuauL A ninol
iiik oi il, e)iiie,'rs io be lieia at itie abj a Louac lo-ui .rroar
evcuum al o ciuck. , j II"
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Lotlery ol aveueau ay. '
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