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ntlCE TIIKEE CENTS.
I'll! LADELrillA, FRIDAY, SKPTKMHKU 2:1. IStil.
PIIICB THREES CENTS.
THE FALL FASHIONS.
WLnt Will bo Doiio During the Fall
and Winter Months.
OPENING DAY IN NEW YOHK.
High Trices, Trctty Bonnets,
El., V.te., I'.lc, !:.,
Tlio opening of fail fashions ha" boon siirn il-i-d
by a larger display of novelties this e on
than we remember to have seen fur several years.
Donncts have undergone a to:ul revolution ; ex
traordinary Innovations have Iwcn introduced
into garments for ou'milc wear, whi'c in dress ami
ornamental fabrics ni my quite now and lcMrr
design and combinations liavo mule their ap
pearance fur (lie timt time in this country.
Triiis, nf course, rule liigli, but this Is to le
expected in "war limes," and as labor is plenty
f iges good, and business ucilvc, few object to tlio
advanced rate, Hot. nets which wore formerly
told for ten dollar tire now sold f ir thirty, lui
this set Di d to llmKo little difference to ttie croud
Inch, us usual, attended the semi untiii il olii
bition. I'ciHxltily fewer bonnetM were sold, bur
certainly a much larger quantity of materials
were purchased. Many ladies seeking to cconn
miAC hy exorcising their ingenuity and Unto in
the limiting up ul their own hcud-gcur.
It bas been a question of dome interest whether
the l'urltdiin innovation of a bonnet wiiliout a
curtain would be adopted by our ntudi.irs, and
yesterday it wbb at least partially der ided in the
atlirmarivo. More than half the bonnets on exhi
bition were without a cape, and when any at all
was inrp'oyi (I it wus a simple frill of lace, and so
email as to bo hardly visible.
At tbt thought, this would seem to be ex
trimely unbecoming, but it is not so. Skill and
taste can overcome many dllliculties, ami tin y
have certainly succeeded in overcoming tkc ob
Mnclt'R to tlic production of a pretty bonnet wi'h
out a curtain, anil in arranging it so tii it the cur
tain is not missed.
Tbe bi.o ol the lionnets, extremely a la mode.
Is scurcely larger than tho. which preceded the
famous "coal scuttle ;" the brim is small, and
entirely divested of its "scoop;" and the crown
colt and low; tho trimming, which consists of
luce, loops, und cords of velvet, or ribbon, and
velvet flowers, falling over or hanging pendant
from it. Few plumes are used on account of
their enormous pi ice, hut on this very account
they porscss the more claim to distinction.
T1IK I'kKTTItoVT IIONNKTH.
A fine iuallty of real Lyons bonnet velvet
costs this auison from twenty to twenty-tivc
dollars per jurd, so of course tliero is not much
of it usul in making up the ordinary stylus, not
even those which cost from twenty to thirty
dollars eacb. These are nindo of German velvet,
which is interior, but looks extremely well, an 1
often does duty for real Lyons. The best estab
lishments do not lend themselves to such Imposi
tion. We proceed now to describe u lew of the
more elegant designs :
A very distinguished bonnet wis of black
T.yonJ velvet, with a soft crown of black spotted
tulle, and no curtain. Over the crown was planed
a fenchou of velvet, with a gore of pttrnle satin in
the cm re, surrounded by an edge of Ida k
thread luce. A band of purple satin covered with
a band of rich black thread luce, crossed the top
of iho crown, holding down the fanchion, and
constituting with purple loops, and ends behind,
and a nialmaison rose, with purple velvet leaves
inside, the only trimming.
Anothor hail a sort crown of rich black volvct,
and transparent front, covered with two Killings
Of white colored silk. The curtain consisted of a
simple row of white blonde, held in on one side
by a largo pink rose, in its leaves; arose in
leaves in the cap, high up on the opposite side,
side pink silk strings, notched out, and broad
burbc ends ot black luce, fulling over the ctawu,
completed the trimming.
We noticed a charming bonnet of rich Mexican
blue velvet, pulled lengthwise upon the founda
tion, and oruamented with a large rosette ol bl u k
and white lace, and a short white ostrich plume.
A narrow curtain of blonde and a crushed rose,
with blue velvet leaves In the blonde cup, comi
h ted this graceful bonnet, to which description
cannot do justice.
Anothir was of black Lyons velvet, with a
white silk cord placed au inch from the edge of
thu plain brim. Soft full crown of white satin,
edoed with narrow blick lace, and caught dow.t
in the centre with black pendant balls. A cluster
of roses was placed in an opening on one side of
the crown, ltoses also on tbe inside of the brim
Mill another was very striking. Tito brim m
block velvet, with a crown composed of rather
wide binds of scarlet velvet, em'iroiJercd with
jet beads, forming a Greek crosi, over a star of
rich white blonde. L ing ends of black ribbon,
with a 6carlct corded edge, drooped bjlow tho
At Ibe rooms of a distinguished artiste we
noticed a very beautiful evening bonnet of white
royal velvet, with a crown composed of two falls
of the richest blonde, mingled with long loops
and ends ot blue velvet, over pulliugs of tulle. A
white luce turned over the edge, a white rose
with blue haves in tho blonde cup, and a largu
white rose laid down near the crown, arc the only
A reception bonnet was of velvet, of the new
shade called "violine." Tbe small brim was
plain, with the exception of one white and two
pnrple erysantheuiue on the inside. The crown
was composed of cross-hands of volvct, edged
with black htro, over a soft crown of silk of the
same shade. These bands terminated in long
ends, edged with luce, which bung over the cur
tain. Very wide silk strings notched out on the
Among the bead-dresses we noticed one of red
grapes aud autumn leuves, mounted on gold;
am ther of white japonic as upon scarlet velvet,
and a third of exquisite frur dc (n upon blue
velvet. J'lrur tie lit are also mingled with the
orange blossoms in the bridul garnitures of this
establishment, a fashion Introduced by tho Prince
of Wales, ii i id now the rage in Hans. SVe had
almost forgotten a most striking oru iinent for
the hair, composed of lilies and dew-drops, droop
ing ribbon frnss, and long ropes of scarlet cha
biile, studded thick with mountain ash berries,
and crowd half dow n with a pond lily in Us
leaves. It was very novel, and w ith a bouquet
to ma'cb, would cost .!..
Iliad-dresses and furnitures uro made almost
exclusively of Mowers, which are very beautiful
this season. The full cluster is still worn high up
on 1 lie side of the hi nd, or over thu forehead, the
wreath only extending down oue side, and termi
nating in branches, which descend upon the neck
Gurnitures for tho dren arc worn as a chupc
laine, to loop np the upper skirt, and as an order
aooss the hicast, tustenipg upon the left shoulder.
Jtoscs are principally worn, but japonicas are,
perhaps, inure elegunl, and lleur'de lis is the
latest tloral fantasy known.
ISM to return lor an instant to bonnets. White
uncut velvet is very much in vogue for evening
aud carriage bonnets, and is most admired when
accomi unied by a soft falling crown of black
lace, a plume of white, aud black ostrich feathers.
Hoses on the inside.
Corded silk trimmed with velvet, and velvet
flowers of the snme shade, and felt ornamented
with velvet and short peac ock feathers, will be
worn extensively, aud inul.e very nent, service
able, and ludyhl.c Ikjiiuois.
Hound hats ol K it trimmed with velvet, brims
turned up in iront and oruaiiiuitcd with u sh in,
i,iu' iline hiusant plume, aie a o.u-t una ci's. illy
UUopUd b,i )uuug indies.
CLOAKS AM MAMII.S.
Vintcr cloaks 1, avc hardly as yet mad 3 their
I I c in ii in u, but it is already iiulerstood that the
tight lilting pali tot, with or' w iihout u cupe, will
lie one ol the most loiuini in styles. Kniind
clout aie n,so in vo;.in-, im.de m v-'het, beaver,
or plu-b, and tiiimucd iu the fust instum e w ith
II t hriiids und hanging b.ittous, and iu the
second wall heavy cl.eiiillc liinge.
In light! r cloths they are made with t o or
three capes, handsomely trimmed with sill;,
htitched uu with u scwiug-niai hiuc, or with ll.it
binids p it on in braiding p it terns.
lSiautil'ul 1 all Clunks uro ms lo in heavy bhvk
ribbed silk, which will be very fashionable during
the autumn. These clonks ure termed CjuIs, and
arc a smt of comproinbe w ith the garment of thai
luiine which lias appeared In Talis. Tnev uro
r. iiude with i"nr,v, and two wide basques, which
gradually decrease iu sie, aud lire cut square ul
the botiem. The tiiinming is eithur friugu with
II headillg, 01' jmihiim ittfi ir Willi halloing silk
buttons. 'J' be coat-.-leevc luij uu epaulette und
tutl trimmed to match.
The uio.-t distinguished cods arc made inbla 'k
J,uns leliel, sod this miiguilicent labii' Will
Idso constitute the nn.st elegant winter cloaks of
the season tut with velvet at the proper width
at a hundred dollars per yurd, and the addition
Ot a guipure lace, f,r trimming, a single one
one would cosia.-iuull fortuue.und the mirclia
us must, tliiretuie, of nece-sity, he tew.
'J he ciiculiirs, with hoods, aiu nuw mile used
us wraps, aud are piuticulaily uubveyuiiu;; aud.
vulgar- in t' e !.:M, .liowy p!,.id cioths with
which tin m rikot bus been dei ig- I.
A very giacemi novelty in the e ia re of a laco
ct' i'l has been introduced re Tuny, and will bo
prti ulur y wo . omed by ladles who liko drapery
r ee lu ir rich tiering dic'sei. 1, ; e points have
bent, lore been nse.i for this pi. pose, but they
b 'k i at t lu i n a portly p, rson m d. mimwr,
r ipiiie ei iisnleraiile sluli lot their eruc fill idj it
in, nt. The co.'. nit's aie larger, more ample, aud
sacep the duss n.tli much more imposing cll-ieu
l'lll sses AMI IrlU SS l VTI.IU AI.S.
Gored Cresis h ive been revlvirg this fa'l, nnrl
are made to a c in-idi ruble extent iu p iplius, in
hr'iivy nbbr d silks, and in moiro antique. In
blue opdn. the v are sometimes rord d doisn
the Brums with tbn k crimson, or g rid-colored
silk, and the same lib a c imcd into the trimming
nt the si ait and sir eves. The skirl is always laid
in large single lox plaits, and bungs very long
e nniy remark, rtt pitfii?itl that in the street
these black corded rones are math very striking
by a bla k toiietle tlironghuur, w ir h the exception
if pdves, which are u in; Minor gold co:or, to
liii.ti h the shade ol silk in the dress, and some
more i f Ibe snuie color liirroditc.d into tho oru.i
mi ul- of the but.
The cimt-sleivc is still rxclii-ivclv worn for
lioii-o ii lid srrtet dre-s.s, anil is rlgliter tlun ever,
in .king their anus look painfully attenuarrd. I
I gbt and white silks thev ought positively to be
ilisr aided, or covered with pulled lulie.
Light ribbed silks in opnl and or her shades that
w i 1 bear strong g.igbt are admiral), e lor even
ing wear; they have all the elfect of uncut velvet
or ribbon satin, and uiicr they become soiled can
lie died to niivunoiae. Satin, to r, over en nys
the bighr-t consideration as the material tor the
richest tr, ih ttes, and is wonderfully effective
when trimmed with costly laco and lit up with
The dress coats which have been the rag'! in
I'aris during the past year have been Intro lueed
here, but In that shape will hardly be recognized
by our ladies, who d'slike extreme or very outre
styles. A modification consisting of very loose
slender basques, attached to the waist behind,
has already attained tuvor. II isqucs, round,
gauntlet pointed, but generally long and slender,
uic now the i age for all sorts ot die ses the
waistband, with, its broad buckle, being fastened
ovt r them.
The dillcrent styles of crimson and tutrmif or
wine color will hu very fashionable this coining
winter, In heavy silks, In ineriuics, in cmorcss
cloth, and in poplin. Light gre n is ulso desir
ublc, ami green, black ami crimson, a very good
1 or early fall wear, grey drcs-cs, trlniiue.l with
bhick tullctiis, stitched on with the sewing
machine, in cllective designs, are in excellent
taste hat trimmings have lurgulv taken the place
ol liming, ruches, and the like.
Low bodies are made altogether for evening
dresses, w ith Grecian folds, when the m iteri.il is
thin, and long wide scurf of ttie materia! ut the
back, edged with quilting of luce or ribbon, and
lioatlng nearly lo the bottom ot tho skirt. In
thicker materials, the body is niado low an 1
srunre, cut oil sharply upon tho hips, und de
scends iu bug tails In-hind. One ol the new ami
piclty French capes, with a volant, m iy bo worn
with these waists, or a Iu, ked or prided Totnpa.
ih nr chemisette.
We cannot forbear describing a v -ry beautiful
full-dress toilet, made recently. The muteriul
was Mexican blue muff hoc, a silk with a
minute rib heavier than tatletas, but not so he ivv
as iviij iiiiin. The trimming round tho skirt
consisted of black lace, in the form of liut'erlties,
with n blue centre, oml thc-e lm terdies were
united together by live rows of lino black silk
cord. Niniib.r bii'terllics oi n imenied the bo lice,
which was heurt-shaped, and the sleeves. A hl.u k
lace suh wus worn with the dress.
Latest from the South
General Sherman's Proposed Peace
Conference with Gov. Erown,",
A'exander H. Stephens, and
H. V. Johnson, of Ga,
HOW THE SECESSION DOCTRINE
Separate Stato Action Agitatod
in Various Quit-tors.
I)i:STRl XT1VE HUE: AT ( li RLES T0T
4inirrftl Kliprimin lBro.OHlug' n 4'iiirr-s-iii'f-
rlJoi I'riK.r ttronii nnrl Otlii'rs uu
Hie Snli l r l-oico.
T'lt-'iinni to tht lti-hmtmi fcrocr, ,s i-".ricil.tfc 17.
Macon, Ga., September 17. It u-riors arc rife
to-day that .Sherman has sent an iirbrinal request
to Governor llrown, Vlco-rroiileiit Stephens anil
II. V. Johnson to come to Atlunt i and confer
with him upon the subject of peace.
From tlm l!i hmouil DiifMit-7i, .SV.',,hV,- fl).
There is no mistaking the obic t of Shcrnian in
desiring to 1-old u contcrenoe with N ice-President
Stejihens and Governor Brown. It is to detach
rbe State of Georgia, If possible, from the Con
federacy, through tho agencv of these two gen
tlemen, whom, from their course with regard to
the hihrai enrmt act mid measures, ho takes to
be nt hi art well disposed to promote such a
We nrc confident that he will fi-id himself dls
apHiu!cd in bis estimation of thou two gentle
men ; yet we very much regret that they should
ever have advocated any line of policy which a
Yankee General can by any y. jssihility thus
We trust the meeting will not bo accorded. It
cun answer no gnod purpose, ami is designed for
no good end. Il there w ero no other objection to
It, the very fact that it Is propo-e I by Sherman Is
sulhcicnt o( itself to iiidioate iu impropriety. No
good citizen ought, especially at a timo like this,
to do anything which may, in the slightest parti
cular, serve to indicate that tliero U a dilforenee,
lu his opinion, between the intere-ts of his State
and the interests of the Conludcr y.
The Governor of Georgia ought at least to re
collect that bis Slate was one of tins lirst (thn llrst
after South Carolina) to secede fr un tho Union,
und that If she now treats of re 1 1 on her own
terms, n a soren igu State, she withdraws from
the Confederacy, and h aves her s'sters the lw to
hold, after bnviug got them into this scroiie.
We make these remarks bec iiis,! npiirate Sla'e
nrtitm ii7,i Acri tuiitati d r.f l,rtr iu more, quart
limn one. The late deplorable oeaco delusion
gave rise to It, und the di-nros-lon consequent
upon tho disappointment of ho. i s ruined by It
lias kept it up. We hope it bjs no spread to any
great extent ; but we may be assured that Sher
man has heard of it, und that it encourages him
to seek this conl'err nee.
The Constitution confers up .n the Tresldent,
by and w ith the consent ol Iho Senate, uutlioriry
to make peace. If a Stuff mi '., i ir on -r 0icu
account ,sic witlutruws fruin tlir 'nut', d-'ruri. Sher
Q' nil knows this, und thinking be has his heel
upon the State of Georgia, he hopes in this way
to brin.' her hack into the I'nion.
Are tbe people not the poll icbins are the
peon le of Geor .ia pri pared for this st-p f Will
they consent toubaudon Virginia, which entered
into this Confederacy because she w i-- determine 1
to share the fate of her sister Will she uban
i'oii Virginia now, a'ter having dragged her luto
this war We runnot and will let. believe it of
the gallant Mute of Georgia. Her sons have
luught too gallantly to warrant such a belief.
leoiriic'llve I'lrrsi Having; in I h uleslon.
'( inn t' I lii -'.ir.'r'il t. ii niti v, ,s, -JO.
CiiAin.tioN, Septemlrcr IS. A largo lire oc
currrd hero yestenlnv, des'royin ,' ah nit twenty
live bul'dii'gs In Archd do, He :u(iiic,('lilf rrd.nnd
West sir. cts. Anoibei' fire broke out this morning
ut the southeast corner of Trade and Meeting
sticets, dcMr. ying two bifge mniis i ms. Whilo
the lire wtis in pru:;rc-.s, about oue hundred and
twiuty .-hots wcie luci ut the city.
!! i iik iiIs ol I eilernl Ituiilcrs.
.nr. iiium.e ami ai.i x r. un: v itin.noAU
nuiiii.i; ovi.it iui; Haitian iit.siitoi'bu.
t'iciii. tlif l:i'f iii'iivl I: i.i.ninrr, ,SV;,r, lu'-e,- Jn,
A paity of Yiiul.ee raiders visited the Orange
and Alexandra railroad brl Igo over the R ipidnu,
mid puitiiilly destroyed It. It is stated that they
bul lied Lloerty M lis, und at hist account wcic
iiocreiling towurds Madison Court House.
A body of the raiders were, lute lust evening,
moving on Gordonsville. The report wus not
geiiciaily believed ; but, ill consequence of It, the
Kichmoiid bound train on the Central railroad
put bin 1. und returned to Charlottesville,
These i i.iilci s in e no doubt tliesiiiiie with whom
Moscby wu; recently sUirmlshiug. Their force
is not know n.
A l'liiMiso establishment was put In opera
tion last year at Man Icl.iy, the cipl sl of liur
lunb, by the king. Nothing has yet ooen printed
but u lew l ull books und piayeis. Too attempt
is made to priut on palm leaf instead of paper,
and is uoi iciy niccvuil.
SHERIDAN ' S BATTLE
The Rebel Colors Captured Presented
to the Secretary of War.
Niwlitl to Tin l;vinliitf I'l'lcicrnpll.
Washinoton, September 2.'!. This forenoon,
Captain l.lias, ai ting Inspector-General of Gene
ral Torbi t's IHvision of Cavalry, reached here
from the front, In the Sheiiaudoi.h Valley, bring
ing eight Rebel buttle and regiiiient.il llags, c ip.
ttircd by that diii-ion, in the battle ncir Win
chester. lie proceeded linmedi ite'y to tho War 1' qurt
ment, where the Hags weie tortnally presented to
tbe Secretary of War, in the name of General
Sheridan. Six of the men bearing them were
the actual raptors of the Hag which each curried ;
their naini s being G orgo Reynolds, l'atrick Me
Kiuor, Chester 11. IlorJen, George K. Mea?h,
Henry M. l'ox, Gabriel Cole and Andrew J.
Tarrish, of Hew York and Mh-higan eivaliy
Secretary SUntuii, after t iking c idi one of the
gullant fellow s by thu hand, and iupiiring his
name ami position, thanked them in the name of
the lvpurtment for the gallantry displayed la
the capture of tho lla.ga, and said ho would direct
the Adjutant-General to furnish them w ith hon
oiablc medals, with their mums inscribed
thereon, lie further requested them to return
the Dej artmc tit's thanks to their bravo comrades
In nrnis, who participated in such a cheering and
glorious vkt ry In which these II igs hid been
si i vavs anVa u m v.
EXCHANCE OF PRISONERS.
CiiATriNooii v, Septemlwr 22. General Sher
man, by special arrangements with General Hood,
has c Itected the exchange of 2IKHI piisoners. Of
u batch of 'SID Rebel prisonirs, seventeen refused
to be exchanged, and look the oath of allegiance.
Of ahiiudnd picked men of the Rebels ut R nigh
and lieudy twenty-one de-cited. This is u fair
index of the feeling in Hood's army.
The truce In tweeu Sherman and Hood expired
to day, but will he extended for several days, to
complete the icmovul of families.
INVASION OF MISSOUSL
Itcporlol Ailvnncn of Shelby' llvbol
Arliiy-Kxrlli'iui'iil at Clnirlcrston, Mo.
Caiuo, SeptcmlHT 2'i. Cili.eus just from
Charleston, Mo., stnto that the 2d Regiment of
Missouri Volunteers, feuiing an attiek from n
superior force of Shelby's Rebel army, evacu
ated Iiloomlield, Mo., nnd retreated in the direc
tion of White Water river.
It was reported ut Charleston that the enemy,
several thousand strong, hud ovortaken tho mili
tia, und a light was going on ut White Wutor last
Grent excitement existed at Ch irleston, but it
is not thought that any considerable number of
R, V els h 1 been iu (hat vicinity.
LATEST IROM NASiTVIL-LE.
Arrlvul of Ailjiiliiiit-rjciiernl Uioiiins -Nnliil
In Honor ol' SlirMin-t Icttiry.
N isiivn.i.E, September 22. A salute of il bun
dled guns wui tired from tho Capitol to-duy in
honor of Sheridan's recent victory.
Adjutant-General Thomas arrived here to-day,
and will he serenaded ut the residence, of Colouo!
R D. Mus-ey.
The river is three and a half feet on the shoals
and ut a stand.
FROM NEW Oltl.r.tVS.
Nr.w Yoiik, September 2 1. The steamer '.'n7y
II. SoutU-r, from Xcw Orleans on the loth, arrived
An urrival from np Iho river, at New Orleans,
gives a doubtful account that Little Hock, Ark.,
has been captured.
A large supply of clothing, h id been sent
by Hug of truce, via tho Red river, to tho L'ulou
Hereafter no persons will be arrested in New
Orleans without a written accusation is m ule
Tho water in the Mississippi is very low.
The Kteaiiier Nldon" nl New York.
Kkw Yohk, September 22. The steamer Sidon
urrived at this port this morning. Sho ropurts
having exehunged signals with tho steutnor fun
di itiilt oil Halifax, on tho 2uth.
From New Item, NT. '.
Nr.w York, September 2:). The steamer ''crry,
Irom Newborn on the 2uih, arrived at this port
Movement of Itlnckudc-ltuiiiM-rx.
IIai.ii-ax, U.S. .September 21. The blockade
runners l.udij Sterling and Armatrmuj cleared for
llcrinuda to-day. The blockade runuer I.itdr
Ituttie, which suilod a few days since, returned
Ill I llaral Mill cli iu IIonIou.
IiosroN, September 2.I. The billiard milch
between R. M. Wiluiurth, of Mutton, and Harry
liuton, for l(KH),of Culllornia.'.was won by Wil
iiinith by 7b2 points.
Arrival or the 'Mili.n."
New Yoiik, September 2 k The steamer sidiui
hus aiTAed Irom Liverpool. She reports hiving
ixcliungcd signals Willi the stculilcl I andeibilt oil
liiililux on T uesduy last.
Market by Telegraph.
Ni w Yoiik, September 2:) Flour declined
'.'". i eills' s all '0 USSI l"'l. l i 1 'I ?,', lor Htl,; l'l 11 1
(., fl Inr 111,1", mill Ib'i t''-' l"l S,,a'li.'i n. W Ilea I'-eluiL-a
, ,r ', . nl- ; -ii'.-s null it "T hill I n Ii -I, i II : ;i I II on-', i!.
si. 1,1 j.l SI "I 111.. I , 1 1 .! . J',eUh-H; s.il, -.1 I'M M.l.ti.
;ll t ll;'.r-' II an tor MfS.. I.'irrl iluH ul Ci.u:s.
V Ui-i.y ilitli ; fcaii-H el li'i"' bl..-. l H l'ii.
Nkw Yoiik, September 2:. Slocks are lower,
imtl ll.i n- is 11 nine 111 lia- lout Kot. I la. anil H a
I -ii.Ti.1. II I I I j,l.-r :.l 1 .1 I i ,,il , l,.o; ; ll.ill,,lf I'elitot1,
1-' - ; .M lei, I mii 8,.inliein, 7'!' ; .New o.-k eiitr:il. ll'o4 ;
C.i.'li.. l.l; Hi, .1. an Itoer, III . 1 lu',1 n C,i .'.
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IBE EEEEL EAIDON EANDUjKr,
Ss iaiii e ni' Tno Mi Biiieris-..Ie.lriielloii or
llie l'hilii Psriuui auil Islaiitl 4tns-en
Alleinpl lo Helxe the I'. N. Meniuer
lHleliluu---Tlic Selieiue Frustrated,
S 'li ml 1 isi atch tu till- Cii'Velsud LCH'lur.
Samhsi.v, September 21). A dcepl.iij and
ri.ieiullv -pliiiimd Rebel conspiracy, which had
no less iin object than tho capture of the United
Mates stcutnei' iliehiqan, tlie liberation of tho
sccesh prisoners on Jobuson'a Island, and the
serious dniuiifie, if uot the entire destruction, of
our lake ci ininerce, culminated yesterday even
ing, cw leg to the discovery of the plot und the
uiiest of the lending conspirators in this city lust
It was almost cnliiely frustrated, and the only
duiiaige done is tho cupture und p.uiial destine
lion ol tw smull steumcrs, the Woio 1'unuif
und the hluiul (Juten.
T he billowing is an outline of the fuels : Tho
I'luto 1'urMun, u side-wheel steamer, running be
tween Sandusky and Detroit, commanded hy
Captain Alwood, hit Detroit yesterday tuorniug
at ball ulier debt, with alxiut lorly passengers.
She took un four passengers ut Sandwich,
Ibiec links below, und about twenty at M ilden,
twenty miles down the river, both ou the Canada
side. The, only baggage they had was nu via
'mnk. loundwilh cords. On rea king North
Ha Island, where Captain A'.w.iod lesides, he
went s hore, leaving Ashley, th" clerk, in eo n
Iiortid, and the boat continued on iir w iy,
A in ut six rr'elis-k, ns soon as the hut lett
h el'y's Is'atd. on her way to Sandusky, the clerk
was seized by lour m, n, who die it revolvers on
1 he trunk wl,i. h they had brought on with
tl i m Inn i d out lo be tilled with navy revolvers
and ha'i hct. V. hen it was opcicd sonic t'e'ity
tive nun aimed themselves from it.
I ncli man having iwo revolvers, the p irty were
hi.idnlbyan ml, l ifnl Knu'lisbman, apjnirentlv
well uiipi. intcil w tli nautical matters. Ih y
li en li ok po set-ion ot the bonr, tbreateniuir
diarli to nil who resistnl. The bo.it wu-then
Inadid down the Luke until ten niilesbev.in i
S.imlusk v, then turned and run past 1 llev's
1-laiid to .Middl ' l; iss.
While hlng ut Middle l'uss Island, the s'ei'ner
..Vnirf ytiirit. Captain I'rr, a small sule-wlu'el
steamer, usually runiiitig been S imbisky ami the
i-ianda, but now b ,und to Toledo w ith a num'tT
ot passengers, including thirty or forty return ng
Hal days' men, r.irno alongside about 7 o'clock.
She was instant y sei.cd, nnd as there was fir a
moment some show of rc-istance made, some
shois were tiled, and the 1 ngi'iccr of the ml
Qui nt was wounded in the check.
'1 tie passenger ol both boats, t 'n."htTw i'h the
cli rk, A-hley, rc then put a-li Te, the soldiers
being put on" parole not to lake up arms against
the Southern Coiib ih ra -y tint. I ex, li mu-e l.
A portion of the huggnu-e was uNosent a-horc.
No private property was taken, b it the boot s,
papers, and imuicv of both boils were sei.e t,
I In- boats were tin n stal led out itro the lake
liorthuuid, tho I'arumi lowing the iV""rn, winch
was entpiv .
1 be crew s of both boats were ret i ned on the
l'u)o)i. The jutei was scuttle 1, a hole was
knocked in her bottom, and tlie was sent adn't
ell l'oiul an I'elle, and she struck a reef about
thicc miles from land, where she lies in several
feet of water, ral lies who visited her to d in,
say that she can bo recovered without scrims
The I'urtnm then relumed lo the mouth of
Sandusky bay with the bin ntion of seizing tlie
liniti'd States steamer Mn ln hin , bin not receiv
ing the expected signal from their leil-nv con
spirator, they returned a.'ain, nnd piuse lthe
Island under u full head of steutn, headed for
Miibien, Canada West.
At this time Captain Orr, of the (Jwi, who
wason Iniurd the I'arsimx, und from whom we
gel this iniiiriuaiioti, was pla, ol iu tlie hold of
tho vessel, and about seven o'clock this morning
he was put u-hore; ho afterwards m ide his wav
to Detroit, and arrive 1 here this evening.
The 'n sun. i hu I subsequently been run ashore
at Sandwich, ou the Canada side, ami robbed of
her furniture, si uttb d, and her steam-pipes cut.
Wc hear a rumor that she has siiieo been g it into
the dry-dock ut Detroit.
In a ciniver-utioii with the ciptnin and the eon
spiiatoi s, they expressed themselves in favor of
the election of Md'h llun.
The plot, so tar tiiumphatiily ciiriied orr, was
onlv prevented I'imiii its i ouiK t.ou by suceec hug
In ibe diseovety i.rul nrie-t of the "leading cou
spiiutois iu ihls city.
About six weeks ago a stranger, who passed bv
the iiamc of Cole, made his a pearance here and
sto ped nt the W est House. He had a large
amount ol gold with liim, und ciainicd to tie Hi"
son of a wcalrhv I'hil.i.leipiiian, und to hue,
conic lo Suiiuusky lor the purpose of buying a
lie became very Intimate with the officers of
the Ciiited Stares sleainer .Wo liiiuu, and made
arrangements with them for a grand supper but
evi nil, g, intending to drug their wine ami men
with the helpol lending Copperheads hereto
cupture the vessel, but he was recognized by a
southern refugee, a few days since, as a Caotain
in Iho Rebel urmy, and was arrested tho night
betoie last und placed on board tho steamer
in his trunk wero found full details of the plan
of the conspiiu orH, which wus to culminate yes
terday, nnd included the seizure of the. .Michigan
hy Rebels und Copperheads here, a union with
the liebels on the I'ui.sous, a liberation of Iho
prisoin rs on Johnson's lslaud, and a marauding
cruise iiinotif" the lakes.
He was frightened Into turning States evidence,
and on his revelations six leading Copperheads
here were uiicsied lust night und taken to John
T heir iiiiiiu s are Captain Abraham Strain, John
11. Williams, U.K. Stanley, 1. M. Merrick, F.
Rosenthal, and John M. llrown. v
A companion of Cole's, niu.id Rjbiu-on,'r4i
also urrestid this afternoon.
The l' tilted States Marshal, Commi-situier, and
I) sti let Attorney are here, und will iuves igi e
the cu-o to-morrow ,
Kxenrsion trains ure now running between
l'aii- and Madrid. The distance is accomplished
iu thirty-six hours.
A new iiIKumcnoid siilis'an e Ins been dis
covered in milk by M M. Milton ami Coiiitn nle,
French chemists. It has hitherto been believed
that i a-i In is the onlv protein compound lu milk ,
but these cheuii-ts have now shown th it utter
this bus been removed there remains a substance
possessing ninny though not all id tho chara 'ters
of albumen. Tbey precipitate tho cisoin with
acetic acid, and the lilir.ne when heated produces
a cougulum which possesses lib pur cent, of
nitrogen. T he new substance, hieh they pro
pose to term, provisionally, lui .'omgeiie, has tin
following chara -ters ; it is not cougu urcd by
heat, uor by nitric acid, nor by bichloride of mer
cury, nor hy the combined action of acetic acid
und beat, it is hut slightly atfected by concen
trated alcohol, but Is readily precipituted by uu
acid solution f tho nitrate of binoxidu of mer
cury, tho precipitate, however, rcdissolving in
excess of the precipitate.
Cot iit or Qi AiiTiin Snssioss. .Tames L'lly, n
soldier ut home on furlough, because of a wound,
was tried this morning on an indictment charging
bim with having Committed an assault and but
tery with intent to kill one Juuies Gallow. Thu
allulr occurred tho latter part of Juno, in the
vicinity of Twelfth and Vine streets, whero the
defendant nssuultcd Gallow witli a knife, aud in
dicted npon his person six distinct wounds, nono
of them, however, fortunately for lutU parties,
The defendant, In jnstilicitlon of th3 attiek,
alleged that while be was In the army, where bo
had served for two years, ho had, nt the solicita
tion of Iho prosecutor, enclosed him money for
his wife and for her support, which the prose
cutor had failed to apply as ho had promised;
and that w hen he, the defendant, returned home,
be found bis wifu mid family lu a stato almost of
destitution ; Hud that, while smarting under this
gnat wrong, be bad assaulted the prosecutor us
testilicd to. Tbe jury rendered a verdict of
guilty, but recommended defendant to the mcivy
ol Ibe conrt.
William Gupe, Seventh und Fisher streets, was
tin n arraigned on u charge of obtaining goods
under false pretenses Irom M iekay ft Hogg, com
mission merchants, W.it"r street. Mr. Hogg tes.
litied ihui he gave the defen lnut credit for u hill
of Hour upon the representation made that ho
(the defendant) owned the property where bo
resiih d and did business ; w hereas, in point of
far t, he bud really Sold and couveye I the pro
pi ny more than a innl!i prior to the transaction.
Ptatb op Thpkhomktkr To iiat. Six A. M.,
bl. Noun, 7-5. One 1'. M. 77. Wind, S. W.
A Biti'TAL IlisiiAM) John Filgeruii Is the
name of a white man residing iu Annut s root
Germatitown, whose repeated brutality to Ids
w ife bus long disgusted the whole neighboring) I.
A l. it-lit or two since he eniiic home diunk, and
met Mrs. l'itgcrnld, turned on her, und heat In r
iu u most shocking manner, aud llie poor worn u
is so badlv beaten about the head nnd face lint
lm own niost Intimate friends culd not recognize
her. Her brutal husband was urros.cd und co.u
initted tor tiial.
Mi siriibii i.v ITiis morn lug C iitinany L of
(he Union League Regiment was mustered into
Ibe United St des service. Tho oltlcers are :
Cnplain, Stm. net Wrlglcyt I'ir-t MeiUcnwt,
Chiules W. Fra.ier j Second Lieutenant, W illi.uu
A. Miller. Lieutenant Fra.ier having be n so
succe-slul In procuring men, b is been detailed to
recruit for the remaining companies w hich ure to
be roni'Cil. The regiment is to emit iin liftccn
companies In nlh,and recruiting will slid continue
nt the old city headquarters, No. 2iiS S. Third
stieet. Ten companies of this regiment bavo
already left for the scut of war.
K.uuoak Ai tiDKNi. A report wai on the
street this morning that two freight trains on tho
rhiludclphia and New York roads came into
collision this morning at Torresdule. Uuo nun
is repotted killed, but neither li s name nor tho
cause of tho accident cm be uscci uiiied.
Final Hi:uino. Uefore Uu tcd Stutos Com
missioner Sergeant, yesterday, u liual hearing
took place iu the mutter of Iho prosecution
against John W. Diibreo, late a measurer In the
shoe departmental the Arsenul, 'he charge being
fraud In Ibe measurement of lealher. The Com
missioner reserved his decision mtil nx( Saturday.
Tur. SvNunoorr. or K i.nisrii TU Israel
Dvnu ronv Fxi ncisas th m AfTKRMnott
rHooKAVMR or PKiiMr rs. The magnltlccnt new
synagogue, "Keni.cseth Israel," In Sixth stn'et,
above liiown, will be dedicated, with the impres
sive ceremonies peculiar to tho Hebrew faith,
this aficrm on at :l o'clock. The services will be
conducted hy the Rev. David l'.irhoui. D.D., of
l'h ludc'i h u, ti e Rev. D iac Adler, D.I)., and
Rr v. Dr. Meyer, oi New York, assi.'ed by all tho
rabbis of this city. 1 be oratorio of "The Crea
tion " by llai dn, w ill be sung by a choir of ono
hundred ai d fi! y vol es, accompanied by the
new organ and a full band of instrumental music,
toe.etbcr with sefr ral so os.
Tbe society of " Kennrsrth Israel" having
adopted the ri t'nrmrd styleof worshio, the hollow
Bo.unro and reading desk has been dispensed with,
anil )ews substituted, tho males and female
v'ttiiic togi thrr, and not nuart, ii. heretofore. An
nil. ir at. d pulpit is use.!, while, the gallery is do
voti ,1 lo an organ nnd choir, the congregation
accompanying them by singing out of p-a iu
books; and, iu fact, other forms are adopt ',1, and
the general appearance of tho synagogue la ars a
very cloc tcscnibi ince to tho churches of the
Christian faith. The edilicc is lighted by a lalcri
did chandelier of titty-lour lights in thu ecu re,
and numerous side lights ; arid the n'tar is adorned
by two splendid pedestals, from ea, h of w h eh
extends seven branches, tv pical of tho "Seven
Candlesticks" of Holy Writ.
The decorations aiid furnishing of the Ark
was done by Walruven, No. 71il Chesnut street.
The curtains are m ignlticeutly embroidered with
gold, and the pew cushions, manufactured of
rich crimson dani.vk, are ulso furnished by the
same gent etiiun. Tho Hours nro civered with
tapestry velvet carpet, and the building through
out is of tho most rri irretr character.
i The eh dilatory exercises this afternoon will be
of tin most Impressive character. Tho gates of
tho editice will e oso nt precisely a quarter altar
two o'clock, und no persons will bo admitted ex
cept those having tickets of invitation. At pre
cisely three o'clock the procession, composed of
the llourd of Managers, Directors, olll ors
of the Congregation, invited rabbis of this
city, and the residents ot neighboring eongicgt
tiuns, will U ave the old Temple of the Congre
gation in New Market street, Above Noble, und
proceed to the new edifice iu Sixth street. On
their airival here, the choir will sing the llSih
l'siilni, music by Mr. Stadler. While, tho pro
cession Is entering the temple, the congregation
w i 1 tise, and the chior will again sing a hymn
01 niUjie, by Sell Sulger.
T he canicrs of the "Rooks of Law" will then
proceed to the llrnmli, while the remaining p ir
ticipaiits of the procession will halt in front of
the nunc. At the conclusion of tho hymn tho
Holy Rccci tihle will be op ned, and tho bene
piction, Ncie I lee In ,n n ii, will be delivered. Tho
"Rooks of I. .w" w ill be pi iced in the Rieeptilde,
all' r which the puiiieipaiits In the procession and
the congregation w ill take their places.
Alter these e'eremoiiles have been gone through
with, the Rabbi will read the "text." The choir
will then sing l'siilm Lmtli. music by W. Fischer,
the leade r ol the choir; after which Hymn 2, th,
li i ft and second verses, w ill he sung. ' T hcu fol
lows the sermon by the Rabbi of tho congrcgi
tinn, which will be followed by the choir singing
Hymn 2, lb, third and fourth verses. While the
print r in I'-alui 2 ld is quietly being rehearsed,
aiioilur song ofpiui-ewill be rendered by the
choir. Dining the singing of oue verse of a similar
huun, the "Holy Roecptible" will ugiiu be
opened by the Rubbis, aud appropriate remarks
will be m ado.
Next follows tho "I.ecturo of T bora," and the
rehearsing of tho text ol prayer, read by Lr.
Mayer. This prayer opens us follow s :
When I siih ii.,i y..im; far s suMiiiier ereeil)
Hi r -linii e texf Irani Nature volume tu'iilit,
ts'ie 'w Hki-neU ini'iixly, wlni-r slu-ll n4 reeii
Il liolisli rinle up, in her s,lrlt yently wraiiKht.
Iti.t semi fniiu Ivan n'tars she inek wins,
Al.tt llllislr I'aJaiHl'll Hllll ttll' IIUU.-I Mtht;
ina1 Hi' niari'. she leu la'li ii Kabliai strltlK,
An, I t.tnf a' I i,xl iii Ke.rl It loll 11 111.
I.enil, leml our c-hi,r,lii, ye iTaili inilr
'I hu soul ol Jesse s loll,
Tluit wcr rn.i.v Iii tuiriiiei.ions jirny'r
I 1 1 it. II, il) lint?
After this follows a sermon, delivered by the
siiino divine. l's ilin Ibth, lir-tund second verses,
will then be sung, ns also l'siilm JI2d. I'rayor
then follows until the couelusiou of tho exor
cists. In the ceremonies the vocal society "Saenger
himd," of this city, will participate.
The services to-morrow will commence at 8$
o'clock, A. M. Hev. Dr. Adler, of Now York,
and Dr. Deiit-ch, ol Hultimoru, w ill conduct the
'fe-livul".sei vices. The "Cecilia" voe il society
will on that occasion ussist the choir in tho
The templo will no doubt bo thronged to excess
this afternoon, long be I ore the hour for com
mencing the services has arrived, and unmoors
In possession of tickets will be obliged to forego
the pleasure of witnessing so impressive a cere
mony us the dedication of this new edilicc.
National Qiaiia.nu.ni; Sa.nitaiiy Cohve.n
tion. This body will assemble in this city on the
2 th of next mouth, nnd will bo largely attended
by representative from nil part. In accordance
with u request of the Convention, the following
ii. inied gentlemen have been appointed iu behalf
of City Councils, to bo in attendance as dele
gates : Messrs. L'hler, ltrightly, and Kaui rly, of
Select Council, and Messrs. Gray, Laughlin, und
Lit' mill , of Common Council.
Cai i.ut. George 11. Lawrence wai arrested
nt Front and Noble streets at an early hour this
moruiiig, with. i coat in bis possession. When
nsked by the police what be was doing at such
an enrly hour, he could give no answer, being
unable to tell where he was going to or where ho
hnd come from. Alderman Toland provided hint
with free board aud lodging.
A I3au Boy. This morning, a lad named Wit
liuin Malone, aged 15 years, was arraigned before
Alderman Toland, npon the charge of entering a
bouse in tbe lilcvcntb Ward, and stealing there
from the sum of tj, 10. The same boy was arrested
only a few weeks since for tho larceny of pig.
iron, but on account ol bis youth he was rolcasctt.
He now stands commuted for trial.
Accident at a Mill. T'bii morning, Joseph
Coyle, 17 years of age, was seriously injured
about tho head at Arbiicklc's Mill, Manuyunk.
It is supposed that bo was caught in the belting.
He was taken to bis home in Jacksou street. Ac
cidents ut the Munuj link mills ure of most too
frequent occurrence of late.
, F'ihb Mattkiis. Tho Assistant l'.ngluecrs of
the Fire Department have petitioned Councils for
au Increase of salary.
The William l'eiiu Hose and the Independence
Steam l ire) 1 iiglne Companies received extra
appropriations yesterday lor services rendered
sun e their locution.
1'ABAiiR of Tim Ur.rrni.tcAN Invini iiii.i'.s.
A meeting of this organization will be held at
San torn Street Hall this evening, for tho parposo
of perfecting arrangements for making a portion
ofthagre.it procession to-morrow evening. All
w ho wish tn join should be at the hull early. See
uniioiincemint in another column.
roi.n icAL Dkiiatk. Tho first of a series of
political debates between William II. Kelley, l'.sq.,
the Republican candidate for re-election to Con
gress, and Mr. Oeorgc Northrop, Democratic can
d.d.jtc lor tho siuiiu position, will t ike place this
i veiling, ut o'clock, nt Mioad and Spring Gar
Majou-Gi nbiiai. IIikshy. This gallant officer
Is soon ex'pected to arrive In this city, on a short
vi-it to bis home. In view of this fuel, City
Councils, ut their meeting yesterday, adopted a
n solution tendering the use 01 Independence
Hull to the General lor the reception of his
Sii.ai imi Timi . F.iuiuu Johnson is the name
t f a 1 rout street buiuiner who wus committed by
Aldcrmun Dougherty this morning to answer tho
churgeof tbe larceny of u clock. When over
hauled she was milking 2 It) time.
Man Fovnk Dhow n hi. Yesterday the body
of an unknown white man, about forty years o
npe, was found at Smith's Island. The deceased
had ou a blue navy shirt und dark punts. Ho
bad dark browu linn uud led goatee.
limn n Answ int. Charles Warren, charged
with an attempt to shoot Minnie Kerby at Fox's
Ca-luo, last Monday night, hud u final hearing
beiore Alderman Duller ycoterduy, nnd wus held
in s l,",oo bail to answer.
Mektin'i or Coi.ohkii 1'iioi'i.n. A meeting of
colored people, culled to consider tho subject of
riding on passenger mil w ay curs, was held last
evening. No deliuitj plan, however, was pro
posed. The Mi'NicirAL Hohiutal. The ndditional
sum of '1S,000 has been appropriated by City
Councils lor the completion ol the Municipal
Anoihui Risignation. Mr. II. W. Giuy,
member of Common Council from the loth Ward,
bus presented bis resignation, to take etl's'ct on
aud utter the lUtu of October next.
CuicKtT. To-morrow a match game of cricket
between tho lirst eleven of the Hamilton aud
Young America Clubs will come off on the grounds
of the latter, Turnpike lindge, UcrmuutvWU.
Larimiy Cash. This morning Mary Ann
Th'ui as w before Alderman Cloud, eh irged
with having robbed a ru in n imed Flo4 of
twenty-five dollar. It se.ms that tbe litter
visited a house nt l'ront and Norrls streets, d
tin rc Indulged prefy freelv In the ardent. A'ter
h-c"nl"B stri-elicd, It, is alleged that Mary Ann
rilled his jackets.
'I his minions, a case of youthful deprsvltv was
heard hufore Atdennan Meitler. Two little girls,
aged right nnd ten yens, were charge 1 w t'i tbe
I ircenv ot coal Irorii the Reading Railroad cars.
The Children, Recording to their ow n story, were
sent alter the "black diamonds" by their parents.
1 In y wi re sent to tho House of Refuge.
Mary Dully was before Alderman Thomas, of
(Sennautown, charged with larceny. It seiims
that she was eniploved ut a house in Harvey
street, and stole a pa r of stockings and tw o pO' t
nuint air s. When arked by the magistrate wh it
she had lo shy, she rep'ied that tbe stockings she
b.lJ put un in a inn nkc, und that the two port
moiiuaies found in her pocket had been placed
thire Iy lur mistress In mistake, ulso. The
reason not being a good one, she was committed
AiTini NT. A woman named Catherine M irke,
sixty-lour years of age, had her shouldiT-blado
f' uc urcd, and received a severe contusion on tho
back part of her bead yesterday, by being struck
l y tho row. catcher of a loitimeitivo at Ninth
street and Columbia nieiiue.
CuAiioi: or Laik-f.ny. Maggie Labran, and
Catharii c Connor, domestics, employed at the
residence of Mr. David J. Johnson, were arrested
yesterday on the charge of the lummy of a breast
pin alticd nt f-lji'ti. They will h.i'vc u hcanug
DiiowNin Sailor. This morning the body
of a droivui'd sailor was found at Washington
SrssF.x Lkui Comi'amv. We are Informed
Ihui Hits tnmiiiuiv lit bo renily In few days to send lis
prt'puri'cl oris lo market, the crushing- raaotiincry tiolns
eonqrliaeil and ut wmk. Tho jlglim, or vimrat-.tiK ma-i-hmery,
w-bl tin lliil.h.-tl aatl la operation In a few- days,
and lie emur-any, hmlng a UrRo quantity or leid ore
s&lned ami ready for the machinery, It la In tie presumed,
w 111 soon have a regular reseuue I'roni Hie products of the
mine, whu'kivtll detit'ilesa tie very aeeeptatilc to stoek-liohter-.
li anv or wtiom tuive paid hls-her prleiot thnn our
prestni uiiotntl ns. Wp Irani, also, that tho ore or thlt
ci rnpar y h-ise he, ti te.te.l in Louileo, whh a view to a
mark, t in England, w-heae the orcu desired lor enaoiehiiir
Tlie mlloxs Iiib la a ropy of an aKHlrala made hy Professor
'o:id, ol Lena. n:-
Tiinl.n FTrsT The pulverlrp4 mineral freed as
Wlicti tls pon.ll, v If , iu vHllsile, yielded sIMjr-nve per islnl.
el leiol. I. rail iil soiuifly piiio' lenieii,,) ytold. from
ai-vtiuy-llve lo seven y-nuhl percenl.
I l,r rr four samel. ol the al reduced from Ihls ore
were i-uin-iled ; iho menu result iliow ed lourteon ounces ot'
slher In the loii of lend u v.tv invorahte iel l, and uim
which iii.tlllei a caiolul seareh lor tin- mineral
(Hulled) IIKNKY M .NO At),
LI. D. and K. K. S.,4, ,,,tc.
Con. iiy oi r War CoitKr.spoviinvT. What
order is presumed wa- nlveu hy inunr l.i ririernhin, wifu
I tt sent lulu with Ina cawilry to the uiley ul Uio Snenaa-
Answer Prise Karty tmck lo Itierimond '.
W e prupos. d when we III . t ri'i'eli el this from the front
to at nil it to riuirles Hlokea .V to, Ihs enituein thaiieri.
under the Coiiriu' i. lal, , a their penni a hu.-r la lu.k an
'aill it" of. hill oil s, e.,n lhiiiu:hs w o c llellhleil lo yi.a
It In tlie orlKliuil Horn Hie pe-n ol uur g-ltu-d corre.trondout.
Tiik Ton. op Am s mauk a RKnir.ATto AN-n
A Pi.E.si uk. V. h, n we n ile'Ct om th untold havoo
wrous-lit upon the phvalcal coiistltiilion, Uiroasli asui, by
tho hcal'h deilrovlni; use of llie needle, wo feel a just
pleasure and pride lu pointing the million lo the ho-elect
reoir dy pro lited In the t lorenee Sowinx M e 'line, aula at
No. li ,ll I'he-nnt nei-t, heiow Hesoiilli. Kvury one ol'
tliemi eelebruied machines la uip-led with a -llarnum
Sell-sew. r," a luosl luliiahlo aiiiendniio. hy which the
work Is teli-d rivteil. wifwur the least eare or tnilbla to
the operiitor. All these iiucllnei ara sidil wph a muran
tee lo (jive entire astlstaetloii, or the money Is rn'iirnod
so that paohasera invu.t their mnuej In the KioreQ'-e
w It limit a pai llcle ol IIsh. I'elsou. a w visit tnif the elly
ahoutil not omit calling, at thl. vstahlishuient and suioctinr
Visit tho attractive popular gallery of B. F.
Reimer. Ko. li-.'4 Arch mroel. and iret llie-aUo IMmlneraphs
lu oil eiders, Ivnrjlype.or l arie. do Yisltu, unsurpassed
Asthma, UiioNcuiTiH, nnd all diseases of tho
Lungi ure subdued at oace by Jayne'i Espoctontnt,
lloormi's Ai.k Vaults, Southeast Consult
crTiinin ash I'liKsNi T Stio i.ts (leuiieinenuf retlasd
taste patronle this rri-h'rel,e esraMt.tcneut, from the
fact ttiat utiaitulterated Lhiujrs only aru sold on lae
flllLAtlKLl'IHA TRADE KKPOBT.
Friday, September 2.'). Quercitron Bark con
tlnues scarce and firm, ut ' Itl-oo ton.
Clovcrseed is coining in slowly, and is in da
niund at $l,'l('. I I ' eil lbs. Timothy is In steady
di niund at $7(" 7-25 ( ' bush., with sales of 20J
hush. Flaxseed sells in a small way at bOOcj1
In l'rovislon the transactions are of au ex.
trcmcly limited character. Mess Fork soils In a
small way at fl'I'To; and 200,000 sh3ulders In
suit, at early in the day. Holders now de
The Flour Market continues dull, and jprice
ore well maintained. Tho demand for export
hus fallen olf, and no Bales have come under our
notice, bales for the supply of tho Government
and home traele at $10 oO-Vr 10 7.5 for superliue,
fll-2.5(ll-oO for extra, jl i'7og 12-2.5 for extra
family, and 13('. 13-25 for funey brands, la
Rye Flour and Corn Meal no movement of spe
cial note has come under our notice
There is very little doing in Wheat, the market
is dull, aud prices aro less firm. We quote new
Pennsylvania and Southern red ut $! Mii 2 .58,
and while at '2'70 hy bushel. Hales of Kentucky
white to the extent of 1200 bushels, at the latter
figure, ltye Is in steady demand ; a sale of loud
bushels is reported at THU. The Olfcrings of
Corn are liberal, and wc notlcg sales of 2500
bushels yellow ut 1 till. Oats ure iu limited re
quest, with sulcs ol UOOO bushels new ut Hs, and
old at 03c.
Cotton is necessarily dull, and has again de
clined. Middlings arc nominal ut btio.
There Is a steady hut slow demand for Whisky
nt jd-H4 for Pennsylvania burrels, and T-ua for
Ohio bright do.
LATEST IWAMSE IXTELLICEXCE.
CKEAKKD T11IH MO K HI NO.
Thrift 3an Antonio, ,)ack.oii, ISVw OrlrAtii. 11 . Hlmons.
liri. I fcUIVot:. H'-vi n-jix, H mtou, J. K. ItaU-y .V Co.
Hchr K. B. 'iuwNml, TovMinnU, Tort l(iiltl). SMt-t-i
ii A t o.
pc it Mitrr I'Atifn. Vhllilim. Salt-m, E A. Sundi-r t ('u.
K.-hr Hem v .Mutt. Htw-., I'ott K"Mil, Tvh r A' Co.
HWir Uaritiu A Hm-.tli, i hr: v nrth, Htiinnnu, 4u,
Hflir K. 4J. Tyler, Hieflwitll. I'ort iutu.
hiht Purauii, AiittiuH, AU-narnt, (. itpiaiu.
ARRrVKI THIS MORNTNO.
8chr S. O. Tir,.Stis.'liuaualroui I 01 tros Moinoe,
fn InilUiil tn cjil1n.
H'-lir Mtnitiu-e. Mutt, C tt-j frutu Port K'O 1, la ballait
to W.irknittii Co.
Ks lir I., t 'nrtn'tt, 8iMiikini, 4 dy from Altk.am.rla, In
bullKAt tu CUIttltlll.
St hiiit W.C. IMi m p mt. C.riet..?4 1tiu fruiu Nvr
Yuri, With uiulbc to . Al. Hnua A Co.
Corrstpotuttncf of the l'Wln.itihia trchinqt
li.wKi.. hii-U-iiilri 21- Tlif liritt Kis.u I Rlcvvart,
from ri.iladoliil.ta 'r Nc ((rlt-aiik, wltti i-nal ; ur Ann.
Ktit-an Hi-ratitoM, Cnetn .laynt. and A M i(MI"ton, from
Ni w ) rk tor vV'!ili)fton. with tij, oat, tfratn.Au.i
h)m, ictira Ann. with ontu hikI liav; M.-itiJrn k llit-iiuu,
w lili iuiiibi-r , W. C . Wils.Hn, au J Wui, with nay ; M try C.
T" n, .la.ti Itnyruoml. ail K il. 1. Mayen, with hay",
fcirnw, and iruiii, t-r otieM Monrew ; i . A. Hum mi, In ha
1.. I'littt, ktiiJ oil. oris, all Willi provt'hiitr. lor Haltiiii-Htj,
(. -rii'ti'Wii, A- , an- (Ji'iftiiittl in the rouvtiicasl t,: koulli
SIXTH TJFIOIJ LEAGUE REGIMENT.
Authority bav lnj bean rcciieJ t.irociu.l th
Eistli Uniou Icajue Kea;iiuent
i ii ki:n companies,
llceriiitlat ulUallll cj.iuiu unlui the Uior I,, ,n af
l.IIX'T. CHAULES W. ITtAZIIiR,
Oi l) C 11 V HKA1 'QUAUTIillS,
Kn. :'e"8 S. TIIIUH STItCiT.
Vl.la Il.slni' ul is i ne of tli luo.- jiaiiu ur iu the .orvies,
bi Uii uii'lin Ihn ce uiuiaud of
01 0 AND EV-l't IUt.SC LI) UftlCtBl.
Tin nishe-st CuvemiMiil, Oltjr, an! Ward BotiuUaaare
FINANCE AND COMMERCE. "
Ornct or Tw rvn-trra Titmiira, f'
t'iKli, S'-ornnUM t. I
The Stock Market is rery dnll and heavy this
morning, and prices har declined. In Govern
ment bonds there is veiy little doing. Small
sales of tV20s are making at 103, coupons off;
Cs of 1881 aro quoted at 1674, "d 7'30s at 1104
Railroad shares art) qnlct and lower, with sales
of Reading at 62, which Is a dccllnoj Camden
and Amlroy 157, a decline of J; and Philadel
phia and Erie at 32(5 34, a decline of 1 ; 72 was
hid for TenntyWania Railroad ; 43 for Little
Schuylkill ; 80 for Beaver Meadow j and 38 for
Dew City 6s art selling at 105.
There is little or nothing doing la City rcn
per Railroads, and prices are nominal j 70 was
bid for Second and Third ; 15 for Arch j and 2Ci
for Oirard College.
Coal Oil stocks have declined, and ther la
more disposition to sell. Mineral Oil sold at 2 ;
Iryirg at 7 1 i Dulr.oll at lCf 10; MeClintock at 6
(o f'l ; and Dcnsmore at 10J("Ul.
Rank shares continue firm at about former
rates. 102 was bid for North America ; 131 for
Philadelphia; 29 fur Mechanics'; 414 for Iena
Township; HO for Western; 27 for Manufac
turers' and Mechanics', and idj for Union.
Canal shares are very dull and lower. 31 wis
bid for Schuylkill Navigation common, and 37
Tbe decline In Gold noticed for several days
pust still continues, and prices are 4;a'3 par cent,
lower, opening at 217; fell olf and sold at 2l(, at
11 o'clock ; 213 at 12; rallied and sold at 214 at
There is very little demand for money, and the
rates remain alHiut the sumo as last quoted.
Loans on call are offered at 6fi. 7 per cent per
annnm. Rest paper is selling at from 9(Wi2 per
cent. A. dospatch from Washington this msro
ing says: Twenty-nine millions of tbe recent
loan of thirty-two millions of dollars have already
been delivered to the subscribers.
ranDELPlUA STOCK BXC1U.MIIK SA.LEg,KPT.J3.
Baponaa by Clara. on A Co., Hrokart, Nt. Ul S. Thtrt gt,
nen ah MeClintock .... S tmu Mi Hull Creak
liar an do uj s,
Sim ah Mineral OU.... tl'a
Ml ab ao il si
lui-h Ilalzrll Oil .... til,
isi ah ln.uiur.01i.. Il'ti
4isi.li do lie.
IKIah do bin ft
ll'.iau rneoo Pat aV
(ssi h Tulaoat Allay I k
1'0 tb I'orn I'lanler... 4K
1'Wab Uilil-ard 5V
lHh do av
luelali Bsa linj ...... as
7iSlah do II I
20Ush I'h A 011 Ck... Is.'
ifwau uo.. DO W
S-'.o l'lly Sa. 0.W....I1.'.
ai -h Phil. AOll ' , I if
tlUlab do O.S) l is
:11m .6 MHMIntoca . . . . 6V
Mori do b.0 vi
Innh Dau-mirt ...ni :o V
I'.l.n do tuoliw
iKl.h Heh w. pf....e ,K
Hl.ht'sm A A10....IS7
siHiah Mcllheaur .bis s'i
llrl .11 ilo ,, ti ,
110 ah Phil. Kris bJO I,' ,
I,') ah do , .... ii.t
..sic'llv H., over ;o.ina
f nasi city S, I'i.. . .o.luu
Si ll. Nr. Sa'tU.aA SO
S's; fciinft 6s lm. tir.Vj
Sun ah Fulroa Trial.. ,. S
ltn.li Irwin Oil 7'4,
liaiah lialell OU.Inlft S
inub do bi li.,
S -h do I
luci un du bin to, :
I'Kll.'KS OK HTOC'KS IN NEW TOKK
B ported by Clark. ton A Co., Brokers, No. IU S. Thii
.. .. bid
.. U bid
rnlted Statu fta,lKl.lnt off..
Rk IMauit Kallroad
llllnoiv a-ntral Uallroad..- ' bid
Niirlhweat.ru a bid
haw Vark Central Ballnwil.....ll'l' hid
Krle ltullniad list1, bid
lliiosou Kallroad tils bid
(loiit -;t,v, Did
I'nlti-d Stausa A-aos U"S lud
(Quotations of tlie principal Coal And Coal Oil
stocks at 1 o'clock to-day : , ,
Bid .li. 1 Bid
Diamond Coal 901,' 21 PanniylvuDlaPsu.1V
l-i i-erry uu 4
I Mineral Oil 1
a1. K.ivslimo Oil 1
t. xwlalor OU I1,
Ills Tunk '.,
J'i VenansuOtl K
onion rau-oiaum.. J
81.' Hanaca Oil..,
I'lilta AOIICrcek.. Vi 1S-temiaiila Oil..
Hull I reel i b iKranaluiOll
lejlHam't May OU
e rirn 1'luulvr , 4,'a
t iiiuui Coal
ltM Mountain Coat. S.1
N X A Mid. ('!.. Ift
llraen Ml. Coal.... t'-i
N I arlMHulalo 3
Now Crvck 1
I I'.'ilor Ham Coal, 'i
Clinton Coal 1
Auiorican kaolin.. 2
IVnn Mining li
Muplo shade Oil.. Hi V
a.- Irving vu
4 ' Pn Farm Oil..,
II llueler Coal
H KVKtoae ZLnc... IV
7 llK'naniura. 102
311 'Daielloi:.. 9 V
.1 b Hollrrnny ti
8 KnlierU OU
1 V I'etroleiiin Centre. 4 '
3 I Kuban s at
19 llun Island....... I
1 milliard 3
t Hlory Karm aV
.. Bruner AS
Quotations of Oold at the Philadelphia Gold
FixchaiiLte, No.34 H.Third street, seoond story:
!4 A. M 217 12 M 213
11 A. M 21 I 1'. M 213
Market weak and excited.
Jay Cookir & Co. quote Government Securi
ties, tic., to noon to-day, as follows :
U. 8. fm,1881 107
V. S. 7 3-10 Notes 110
Certificates of Indebtedness, new... 64
Quartermaster's Vouchers 01
6-20 Ronds .110
The following are the receipts of Coal OU at
this port during the past week: Crude. 1730
bbls. 1 Refined, 3185 bbls. .1
Tbe following are the receipts of Flour and
Grain at this port during the pust weak : .
Flour, bbls 12,8tV)
Wheat, bushels AVi,7J
Corn, do 33,3(10
Oats, do 45,300
The following are the Inspections of Flour and
Meal for tbe week ending September 22 :
Hal! barrels superfine ....a 60
liurrels superfine 11,822
Rye Flour 80
" middlings 8
' Corn Meal ' 200
" condemned 101
Coal tonnuge of the Reading Railroad : '
For the present week 70,188
Suiue week lust yeur 67,389
Coal tonnage of the Schuylkill Navigation
Company : J
' ' Tone.
For the present week 31,441
Same week last year 24, 'MS
The New York Timet, this m iming, says : '
"The linglish advices by the I'emia represent
less excitewcut iu tho London Money Market
Ihun by the previous mail. The KuglisU Funds
were a fraction better, and no further advance in
money bud tuken place at the banks. The Con
tinental letters by this steamer brings forward A
Hood many of the November coupons on the 5-20
I'ufted States lrond. for prepayment in gold, as
advertised last week by the Secretary of ih
Treasury. The bonds are ououid linn both in
London and Frankfort, and are from 3 to 5 per
cent, higher thun beiore the news rrom Mew i ork
of tbo prepayment of tbe Novembur inU)re,t.
1 bis iinnouueeinent was directly the reverse of
the previous false rumor, w hich some, sneaking
enemy of Ibe public credit wrote out from this aide
thai the TreuMiry niii;ht possibly not be able to
pay the November interest, because of a deficiency
in our gold customs."
The Importations And exportntlons of specie
into nnd Irom Oreut ISriiuiu uud Ireland during
the first six months of the years 18U2, 1803, uud
Ibtil, were as follows
n "'d. isib tr. flolil unit miver
1SC2.... H.l-Hl,M,'i8 5,282,176 13,429,032
ltso.i.... U,7:il!,43 5,uyi,Kii 1.5,3:iO,'J20
lMd.... 0,23V'1- 6,410,9-3 ll.GSO.UJ
181.2.... 7,3Ki,7fi4 6,018,374 12,910,138
181,3..,. 8,(..)il,ill8 6,72-1.7 lo 14,38o,3i3
lMil.... r.W.379 6,158,137 12.737,519
The chief countries from which, the gold lui
povttd wus shipped were :
1HUJ. 111. lSCt.
Unit, d Stales CV-Ml ml fs.suo.ms 1,-ji.t mil
Aumriilia ;i,.ilii,ill l,sii,i,-'i Lsinji'ir
Mexleo, I). America, Av.. l,TU4,j,i 3,le.J,.)7I ,e,;o,41e)
And tho silver :
Sloxi' O, 8. America, Ac. ',WJ.2 3,50,i;u t3,W
The chief direction of the exports of silver was
as follow s :
Uidlaauai auia,viaEjil.,3ii4,lM tl.tMfiU Ct.WiW
The product of tho niiues of (ireut UriwJ.il
and Ireland, in the year lbu2, wen : ,
l'oal,l..u sl.....l S - -
l'isiroii s,tn-,i'J . . ' -j
.UIC If is- 111
Mivt-r. mil ee- ,,i,i !.
mils ' - ,,,
'-:'J ;i wi i
Other uiulaU Slid mliKWl.-