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TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 0, J8t5.
Filling Up of Cities and Towns.
Such a rush of people to the cities and
towns was never before known. Nor is it
confined to any section of tho North and
"West. It is noticeable everywhere, and
yet the country does not seem to depopu
late at all in the West, however it may be
tt the East It is stated that the net in
crease in the population of Khode Island,
during the past five years, has been about
twelve thousand, and that the growth has
been altogether in the cities and manufac
turing towns, tho agricultural sections
showing a decline.
Business advantages, sure employment,
and good wages, invite city population
from the country. The publication of
of Income Tax lists no doubt also has its
influence. This unexampled influx partly
explains high rents and the scarcity of
dwellings to be rented.
Present to General Grant.
The people of California have stood
foremost in cash contributions to the Sun
itary Commission, and in support of the
old flag the rebels vainly attempted to
strike down. Nor do they forget the great
Union leader who gave the rebellion its
death-blow, aud it is stated that General
Grant has recently received a novel pres
ent from the Ladies' Social Circle of Eu
reka, Humboldt county. It is a silk bed
spread, one side of which is composed of
red and white stripes of silk, while the
other is blue silk ground, upon which are
neatly wrought in the national colors
thirty-six 'niiniuture flags one for each
State, witii the name of each embroidered
upon the blue ground of each little flag.
In the center is the coat of arms, and
motto, E Pluribut Vuum, with the follow
ing inscription embroidered in yellow
silk: 'To Lieut. Gen. Grant, U.'S. A,
from the Ladies' Social Circle of Eureka,
Humboldt county, California." The article
brought $800 at a Sauitary Commission
Fair in California.
The partial returns of the Mississippi
election uudor tho provision made by the
Constitutional Convention for holding the
fume, indicate that the majority for Hum
phreys, for Governor, will be about 10,000.
Humphreys was a General in the Confed
The chief claim of Humphreys tor the
office was his services iu tlie rebel army,
and his opponent was the Hon. E. S.
Fisher, a nominee approved by President
Johnson. No candidate for Congress
who would take the test oath was pre
sented in Mississippi, and the candidates
for the Legislature who pledged them
selves against doing justice to the negro by
protecting his person and property, were
Such is the position of Mississippi, and
yet her members of Congress elect will
ask for admission to the floor of the next
House . They will probably knock in vain.
Revival of Business in the South.
The advertising columns press
this country are a pretty good index of the
business activity of cities aud marts of
commerce. Our Southern exchanges show
a very general revival of trade, aud at
some points an astonUbing development
since the return of peace. In Nashville,
for example, the daily Uuion, a sheet con
siderably larger than the Leadev, now finds
room for only a small amount of reading
matter in solid small type, and also ac
companies each issue with a full sized half
sheet supplement, every column but one
crowded with advertisements. No better
sign of thriving business can be given in
At a Democratie meeting in Cincinnati,
on Thursday night of last week, one of
the speakers said, "as a reproach to the
North," that "it had not brought forth a
Lee or a Stonewall Jflckson." Unfortu
nately it produced a Pugh and a Yallan
dighain, which i dissrae enough. .
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1863.
VOL. XIX-NO. 241.
Revival of Business in the South. New England Cotton Mills.
Cotton hs been dethroned in the South
to become King in New EiiKlaiid. It is
fsaid thut every cotton ntill is uow running
to the full eM'oiit of iu capacity, the
hands working sixteen to eighteen hours
aduy, and thutagenp have been sent to
England for additional operatives. Bris
tol pupers state that one vessel has arrived
at that port with over two hundred cotton
operatives sent from Laucathirc bv a-'ents
of tile Ie'v England Mills, and that other
Vessels are expected with further reinforce
ments for the Yankee factories. Owing
to the lute heavy advance Jll cotton goods,
the mills Rfe how making nearly one
hundred per cent, profit, aud are over
whelmed with orders. The South is bare-,
back aud must bo clothed. ' '
The New South Carolina.
The correspondent of the Boston Adrer-
thrr at Columbia, the Capital of South
Carolina, writes w ith evident candor in
regard to the Swte Convention convened
in accordance with President Vinson's
plan of reeoustrurthjit, and gives some
insight inttj its spirit and purpose. We
quote several items of interest:
THE UP-COUNTY DOMINANT.
There has louar been str(ft iMA-vAn tt,..
two sections locally Vtmwn t
Hiiitry'' and the "low-connti- - J,JI
the saints of New England ill" reference to
national (lairs, rtd I hate the saints of
uie low coiMury m state uHairs," said one
oi tie up-country men to me "The low
couutry has overridden us lone- euoinrh "
said one of the delegates, "ajid How We've
drawn the sword and thrown the scabbard
away, and we are going to have a settle-
iccung ot tlie up-eouhtrv
vwiu ouLmn uw years ago
wus scarcely less than the state'feeliug
against the general government. The up-
w.u.n ii.jw cuargesinc low-country with
having brought on tlie war "disunion
was born in the parishes'' is h ni.l.li.. e
mark ;f one delegate.
AVhen the proper time came the old parish
system was swept away by more than a
two-thirds vote, and political power was
transferred from the hands of the low
country to the innovating hands of the
It may seem a small mutter
careless observers of state action, but
fact is of grave importance. The par
ishes governed the state in one sole inter
of slavery, and though the lip-country
will not govern it just vet in the interest
freedom, the proportion of negroes in
low-country districts is very much
larger man in tlie up-country districts.
The inhabitants of the low-country are of
foreign descent, with monarchal and aris
tocratic tendencies ; those of the up-country
came -originally from Pennsylvania,
Maryland, New Jersey, &c Just 'in what
respects the chaiiire of power will effect
cnaracier oi me state legislation no
oilcan yel say; Out alt men concur in
saying it is a matter of very serious import.
THE MAJORITY RIGHT.
The spirit of the convention toward the
General Government has teen indicated
what was said respecting its action on
clause of the constitution declarini?
lavery abolished. The famous Aldrich
resolution, so called, brought it out on the
day of the session. lie introduced it
soon as the convention was organized :
That under the present extra
circumstances, it is both wise
politic to accept the condition in
we are placed; to cudure patiently
evils which we cannot avert or cor
rect; and to calmly and patiently await
time and opportunity to effect our de
liverance from unconstitutional rule."
was the spirit of one section of tho
convention. The other section found
through General Sam ilcGowen,
times wounded, once left on the
for dead, and vet carrying the bullet
a Union musket in his body : "I pro
test with all the earnestness of my nature
against this resolution. It is not true that
Carolina carries a dairirer under
her vestments. She went out of
lTnion with an open hand and open
She has lost her material re
sources, but she has not lost her honor :
she returns to the sisterhood of States
determination to be true and
in word and deed." These words,
am confident, express the sentiment of
convention. Die Aldrich resolution
to the table with only four dissent
ing voices being refused even the poor
privilege of going to the printer or to a
The leading n ti in the convention on
progressive side, is unquestionably
L. Orr. I don't think him the
man in the body, and there are
reformers who make more speeches,
except iu respect to the negro, he is
advance of the convention. "I am
of South Carolina as she was," said he
speecn to-day; I covet lor her the
material prosperity of New England I
have her acres teem with life and
and industry, and intelligence as do
of Massachusetts." The convention
beaten him on the general principle
giving nearly all elections to the people;
he has left his mark in the minds of
delegates. He weut into rebellion so
and got out of it so readily that
is some disposition to distrust his
leadership; but the fact remains that he
in the foreground of the movement
a more republican form of govern
"How long do you suppose the agita
tion of the question of negro suffrage
be staved off iu the state ?" said I
an up-country delegate of high
"Till the taking of the next
I hope," he answered. "Do
really believe it can be kept down
years '!" I asked. "Yes, 1 think it
lie," was his final reply. That the
convention would show any favor to
question I presume no one reallv
expected. Even South Carolina, witti
her desolation, doesn't yet fully
comprehaud that there has been a deluge.
hope, however, that I should find half
dozen men at least iu favor of giving
to some negroes, as many more in
of abolishing the barbaric color qual
ification, and still as many more ready to
that suffrage would be the right of
negro as soon be is able to use it ' un
derstanding". Vain hope! If there are
men who as much as admit that it will
be right or politic to give suffrage
any negro of their state within ten
"four of them must be among the
or thirty-five whose views I have
personally learned. Mr. Orr admits
they may gome time have political
Mr. Norwood says he is not afraid
discuss negro suffrage. Mr- Dozier is
te accept negro suffrage if the
and intellectual character of the ne
can be so elevated as to make him lit
take part ingovernmcnt. Judge Frost,
Charleston, knows the constitution of
negro to be such that he shuns respon
sibility, and does not believe that he will
present ask for suffrage, but adds that,
some future day perhaps not far distant,
will have political rights even in South
Carolina. In that hope let all good men
In that faith lot all progressive
find incentive for wise and patient
Would it not be well to remember that
wars are like family feuds, and when,
the strife has ceased and the cause
the difficulty has been calmly consid
ered, both parties are generally found to
in fault Geo. jr. Murgan, Treason
Candidate fur Governor.
How do you like that, soldiers? The
were a little to blame for trying to
up tho Government, but you were
good deal more in fault for preventing
says the Confederate Democratie
candidate for Governor. . Can you sup
such a rebel 7
The Great Growth of Illinois.
The foreign excursionists who reecntly
made a flying trip through the West to
spy out the land, must have been struc
with the popiilousness as well as the new
ness and extent of the country. The war
drain of able bodied young men llasie'en
great, but seem iiov only a drop from the
bucket. Take vigorous voung Illinois as
an example. A census is being Ukcn, and
the returns received make it certain t!l:i
the btnte has a population considerably
over two millions probably 2,200.000
oemg an increase of 400,000 iu live years.
This' marvelous growth is in face of the
tact that Illinois furnished 206,000 men for
tne Union army.
Of the late br.Wayliuid the Providence
Jourml says : "During the summer helms
been in his usual health, has revised his
'Moral Philosophy,' written two or three
new chapters for jt, and Corrected the
prools ot tuc lie edition, V.hicu will ap
pear, alm.-t tluiuitaneously with his death.
Dunng Commencement week he made a
journey to Ashburnhain, 3Iass and as-
sisieu iu arawing tne plan ot an academy,
for which one of his rulutives had left'a
The principal article in the Church Re-
t .C irt . .i - .
cTt Hir uauwTu onewmcn uas attracted
a great ueal of attention, and not only in
the Episcopal Church. It is entitled
"Bishop Potter's Pastoral Letter and its
Assailants," aud it is noticeable, for its
shrewd and unsparing attacks on certain
loaders of the "Low Church party," such
as Bishop Mcllvaine, and Rev. Drs. Tyng,
Canfleld and Cotton Smith. The article
has also been issued in pamphlet form for
gratituwis distribution among tne clergy.
lhc Ihurri Hentw contains nve other ar
ticles. "The Desire for Unity, its Mistakes
and its -Means, is another contribution
relating to recent religious movements of
Messrs. Bunce & Huntington have in
press, and will at oliee publish, a new
novel by Mrs. It. H. Stoddard, author of
"1 he jlortfcsoiis. It is understood to be
a story of New Englaud life and manners,
similar to its predecessor, in its faithful
delineation of character, and its unflinch
ing truth to Nature, but with fewer char
acters and a greater unity of plot. "The
Morgesons " made a sensation, the reader
may remember; for, though the critics
were divided respecting it, there was no
question of its power, and the genius of its
writer. The title of the new work is
M. Sala, in his "Echoes of tho Wock,"
tells his readers that "Artemus Ward is
the drollest lecturer he ever listened to."
Another English writer disagrees with
Sala, and says : "Everyone to his taste.
four moi, 1 confess 1 don t like 'Artemns
ard or his book, which has more slang
and less genuine humor than 'Sam Slick,'
(which has just now a melancholy inter
est.) I should not be at all surprised
Artemus Ward should prove a dead fail
in England." Approjma: Carleton
just published a new volume, entitled
"Artemus Ward; his Travels." The
book is in two parts: Part one contain
about a dozen miscellaneous sketches ; in
part two the "showman" relates his expe
rience among the Mormons. "Every one
his taste, as the above writer remarks;
we think there is considerable humor
this book, aud of a style which particu
larly belongs to this peculiar writer. I The
volume is enlivened with twelve comic il-
Petroleum in Indiana.
The Indianapolis Sentinel says:
Oil has been struck at Henryville, Clark
county, on the Jcffersonville road, at the
depth ot 400 leet, It is a flowing well,
before the well was plugged it run
overa large surface. The oil is ofaverysup-
eriorquality worth, crude, $1 a gallon. This
the nrst demonstration to prove that oil
reservoirs underlay the soil of Indiana,
of course, will create a good deal of
A St. Louis dispatch says : An Eastern
correspondent of one of our German pa
says General Fremont, as the repre
sentative of a large company, has pur
chased the extensive iron works of Lhati
neau, Frison & Valle, in this city for
$250,000, and that he will take charge of
works as chiet othcer ot the company.
no ircncrat is expected here next w eek,
Calkins, Griffin ate t'o.'a I'nlon BnM
College, at Olterlin, Ohio, meeting sur
aucceM, beyond the expectations of its many
aaugnine friends. In no other Institution of tbe
do students receive as much peraonai attcn
and make, in coueequence, such thorough
atudente, as at that point, if we may judge by the
teetimouy of student!.
One-half the nirnal expense of taking a Commer.
Course it saved by those who attend at Ober-
while a thorough ' preparation for business is
Shell nT"ters and Clams Just received
Rnmieira New York Lunch, corner of Michigan
Ontario street, under tho Auction 8torea.
For Sale. A good, assorted stock of Groceries
Lease of Store, with a good established trade,
sale at a bargain. Inquire, at 119 Detroit
Vest Side. oclV:l
Gent's FnrnlNhina; Goods) Mott t
Haight, have just opeued a splendid assortment of
Furnishing Goods for the fall and winter
at ha. 141 Superior street, under the Wcd-
Sfew Book Store has just been oeued at
Public Square, near the Post-office, by Holilen,
a Wilson. oclv-.&t
Messrs. Mott Haigrnt Have removed
Gents1 Furnishing ' Emporium from 16 Bank
to 141 Superior street, under the Weildell
aud will open on Saturday, Oct 7th, with
entire Dew stock of goods with all tbe novelties
The Largest Assortment of Sunday
Books in the city, can be found at the New
Store, 106 Public Square.
Splendid Assortment of American,
and French Stationery for sale cheap, at
New Book Store, 108 Public Square, next to
Gaylord's Drug Store. oclO:'2oTuesThursSat
Bohrer's Gentian Bitters. To all those
want s good Tonic, we would recommend the
of Buhrer'a Gentian Bitters. Tbey are pro
nounced by Physicians to be equal to any ever of.
to the public. Try them. To be had at all
Drug Stores. octC:252
Winter Frnlt for Sale. 5000 barrels of
varieties of winter apples for sale.
octG:SU E. COTTRELL.
Tis Kot a Fable. Tbe immense and univer
demand for the Fragrant Sozodout, is a marvel
Annals of Dentistry ? It exceeds that of all
dentrinces combined. Neither ascid from tbe
stomach, nor any other corresponding element gen
by indigestion, can effect a set of teeth regu
this Fragrant Vegetable, autisep
For Sale. The store on sonth side of the Pub
Square, occupied by W. L. Marvin. Apply at
office of Noble a Noble, 150 Superior street.
Gold Coupons. September, November and
January Gold Coupons and 17. 8. 6 per cent. Com
pound Interest Note, of 18G4, bought at highest
market rates by B. J. FARMER Co., Bankers,
145 Superior street, under Weddell House.
To Printers. We have for sale in quantities
suit, Bingham's Celebrated Roller Composition;
Palmer's Patent Composition, the best and
durable extant. All orders by mail promptly
attended to. Address LEADER CO., Cleveland,
For Sale. The laxi double house on the north
of Monument Square, between the Stone
church and Kepner's Furnishing store. Apply at
offic of SoM t HoM, ijq Superior ttreet.
General Fremont. The Latest News
LAST NIGHT'S DISPATCHES.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Earthquake in San Francisco
PRESIDENT JUAREZ FLEEING.
American Citizens in Europe.
The Great Fire at Pithole City.
AFFAIRS IN CANADA.
The Ram Stonewall be Brought to
Jeff's Treasure Being Counted.
!old last night closed 115 3-4.
Associated Press Report.
[Special Dispatch to the Cleveland LEADER.]
OIL CITY, October 9—October 9—2:45 P. M.
A fire broke out at two o'clock thi:
morning in the vicinity of the Grant well,
Pithole, aud all the wells from No. 15
No 23 were hurtled. No. 19 is the one
which burned a few weeks ago when sev
lives were lost. The fire is now ex
tinguished. Four thousand barrels of oil
ere destroyed. The total loss is not deti-
itcly known. Oil advanced on the rc-
ort of the tire.
Fire at Pithole.
Pithole, October 0. The most destruc
fire that has ever occurred in the oil
regions took place here about one o'clock
morning, which fortunately termina
ted without loss of life. The tanks of the
largest flowine well on Pithole. known us
"Grant," containinc 4000 barrels ef
caught fire, spreading destruction in
directions. Thirteen derricks and en
houses, on the following leases, were
destroyed: Nos. 16, 17, 18, 10, 20 and 2J,
the Holmdcn Farm, aud Nos. 2, 4 and
on the Morcy Farm, cnverinir a surface
nve acres, llie total loss will reach
1j0,000. All tho oil belonged to the
owners of tho hind interest and to the
United States Petroleum Company of
iorn. x lie tanks, buildings and
property belonged to the owners of tin
working interest iu the wells, and were in
sured for 29,000 in the Associated Com
of New York.
arth er 1 oi NT, October 0. The steam
North American, from Liverpool the
and London 20th, has arrived. The
steamer Tripoli, from New York, arrived
the zoth: the Peruvian, trom Quebec.
the 2ath: the City of London, fro
iotk, on tne zuin, and the iSaxoma.
Ixew i ork, on the 28th.
Pitholk, October 9. Highway rob
in this section are becoming of al
daily occurrence. The scenes of
operations are on the roads leading to
Titusville or Shatter, and robberies are so
numerous and bold that it not safe to travel
roads alone. Yesterday Mr. Kock
ford, of Jamestown, N. Y whilo on his
to Shaffers, was wavlaid and robbed
1500 and a gold watch, and left for
Ho is alive but not likely to re-
oarroting is almost a nightly oc
currence here, making it unsafe to be out
dark. Those doing business here are
noworganizing themselves into a vigilance
committee for their own protection, and if
of the parties are caught, lynch law
take its course and no be shown.
Nkw York, October 9. Gold opened at
the closing figures of Saturday and
remained steady until the reception of the
news, which produced a weaker
and a partial fall in premium. Quota
ranged between 4ti4(iJ, closing at
The Ram Stonewall.
special from Washington, to the Tost
: l ne JN avy Department has ordered
the ex-rebel ram Stonewall, nuw at
Havana, be brought to one ot our navv
At an End.
New York, October 9. The Philadel
Press correspondent at El Paso, Chi-
liuoliua, under date ot September 3d, savs
the Bepublic is at au end in Benita,
Juarez is at last fleeing. The fugi
tive President of Mexico is now anchored
the other side, that is the I'nited States
of the Kio Grande. His friends and
are with him.
Bakoor, M e October 9. Mrs. Carle-
Bragg, wifeofono.of our prominent
men, was run over last week, and
badly injured as to cause her death
thirty-six hours, lhe person who
driving the horse and buggy bv which
was run over, has been arrested on the
of manslaughter, and lund over
trial in the sum of $4,000. The allega
is fast aud careless driving.
Americans in Europe.
New York, October 9. Tho Herald's
correspondent says there are not less
50,000 Americans at present t rawi
in Europe, spending at the rate of
$100,000,000 in gold per year.
During last mouth there were a series
fraternizations between the officers of
American squadron in Cherbourg har
bor, ahd the officers of the Russian corvette
JUie Kussians in their attentions
the Americans entirely ignored the
Victor Emanuel is environed with diffi
owing to the large deficiency in the
accounts, lhe suggestion ol income
other taxes is causing great apprehen
sion and excite.ment
Herald's Brownsville correspondent
the attack on Matamoras by the Re
publicans has been postponed until the
of their agent from tho L luted
sent to secure material Bid. It is
said he has been successful beyond
anticipation, and a vigorous campaign
soon take place, compelling the Im
to give up both Matamoras and '
Pithole, October 9. The fire at the
well was extinguished about noon.
well was not injured. Tho loss will
Jlotsford, who was wavlaid and
on Saturday, is still alive, aud there
of his recovery.
Boston, October 9. The Board of Bro
adjourned to-day until Wednesday,
of respect for the memory of N. B.
Hubbard, a highly esteemed member, who
suddenly on Saturday last, of disease
steamer Fonawanda cleared to-day
Havana, with a full load of freight
twenty-one passengers, aud also with
States mails. She is the pioneer
new steamship line between Boston
Watervillb, Me- October-9. The
Eastern stallions " General K.nos "
and " General McClellau," will trot here
on Thursday, at the Fair of the Water-
ville Horse Association.
Farther Point, October 9. The latest
news by the orth American states that
the bids for Erie Kail way Were four times
in excess of the amount required.
The Paraguayans have been again de-
icmcu oy tne allies.
The arrest of Fenians still continued.
Business in American stocks was larger
than in any previous period since the war
i ne sines ot cotton on rndav were
4o,0oo bales, with an advance in price of
;w ia. on that cniyt
Tho stock in 'port "teas 261,000 bales.
being only 8,500 bales in excess of the
Note. The total advance in cotton,
since tne l'ersia sailed, Was4(y51d.
' heat advanced 23d on Tuesday.
s au vance is an addition thereto.
Latest by the China.
Queenstow.v, Oct. 1: The Fenian
prisoners were brought before the police
magistrates at Dublin yesterday, includin
the cdit'ir and proprietor of the Irish Peo
ple newspaper, aud -Mr. Barrv appeared
as counsel for tlie crown and made a long
peech. He said that during the last fort
night :t,rno had arrived from America
tor the revolution of Ireland, and bv that
day's mail the government bad intercept-
pa a leuer to one oi tne prisoners contain
ing a draft for 414 on thtIIouc-of Both.
"litis, and several other letters containing
bills Of exchange. The making of pikes
nad also oecn extensively carried on. One
of the prisoners had mado 2,000 of these
murderous weapons. Nnmerous revol-
vert and breastplates had also been found
the possession of the prisoners connect
ed with the Irish People newspaper. He
quoted au incendiary paragraph, urging
the employmeut of force, from a number
of that paper, w hich Was about to be issued
jtr. uarrv concluded his speech by as
serting that the Fenians wore powerful
both in Ireland aud America. He trusted
that this affair would end forever such
hopeless conspiracies. Evidence was then
given against the prisoners, and 6ome of
thein were idcntined as connected with the
impressed reninn organ. Investigations
still pending, and will probably last
At a private exauiination of six of the
Fenians at Dublin Castle yesterday, evi
dence was given showing that the plot of
the t emails was of the most sanguinary
haracler. It was to write down the
nobility, aristocracy and land owners, and
assassinate them all on tho breaking out
1 tne rebellion, lhe Linked Liiuister
nd others were specially named forassas-
uiatioii. Miie linen manufacturers and
others were to be called on to eive
mterials to the support of the cause under
threats ot extermination and confiscation
their property of thev refused to rln so.
The evidence of treasonagainst the prison
is saiu to oe most complete. -
Fraxce. Tho Moniteur in alluding to
reported speedy evacuation of Kouic,
savs that no doubt should exist relative to
intentions of the French Government.
soon as France shall consider the pro
moment to have arrived, she will, in
concert with the 1 ontibcial Government,
adopt necessary measures for the com
mencement of the evacuation, in order
that tho withdrawal of French troops may
completed within the appointed period.
The Paris bourse was flat and drooping
Consuls dull and easier. There is con
siderable demand for discount at the bank
in open market.
Money rather tight. Four percent is the
rate for the best bills. There is
however no pressure.
On the 28th the Bank of England rate of
discount was raised trom 4fi044 to 44 per
Halifax. Oct. 9. The steamer China
which left Liverpool on tho P. M. of the
iilt..Iand Queenstown the 1st inst.
arrived at Halifax at 4 o'clock this morn
She has -.0 passengers for Halifax
13'J for Boston.
Flag steamers also reached Liverpool
the 30. The Hecla and City of Man
chester for New lork direct, and the Bal
tic for New York, via Halifax.
The steamer Scotia from aew lork, ar
rived off Crook Haven at 7 A. M. of the
She reached Liverpool at 7 A. M
The steamer City of London, from New
York, reached Liverpool at 8 A. M. of the
The steamer Europa, from New York,
arrived at Havre ou the 2 ah.
Great Britaln. ienian arrests con
of daily occurrence, particularly iu
A passenger by tno city ot .Manchester
New York, named O'Roordan, who
asserts he is a United States Captain, was
arrested at Queenstown on lauding from
steamer, l reasonable documents were
three additional arrests were reported
among tho troops in garrison at Cork.
he prisoners 111 Dublin, torty-one in all,
to bo brought up for examination on
day the China left Liverpool.
Tlie official Dublin Gazette ot tho 29th
contains a proclamation disarming the
several baronies in Tipperarv, Limerick
The London Times suggest that the
of Wales should visit Ireland oc
casionally, and points out that the royal
have passed more timo on
continent than in the sister kingdoms.
Tho Times' correspondent in America
represents the Fenians as mustering 300,-
men in America.
Sir Robert Peel, Chief Secretary of Ire
has been summoned before a magis
by Robert Grey, a Dublin broker, in
consequence of an altercation in a railroad
The Countess of Clare, mother of Lady
Woodhouse, is dead.
The Philadelphia correspondent of tho
London Times points out that President
Johnson has taken a decided conservative
muiI bus thrown his protection over
conquered Confederate States.
The limes has au editorial on this text,
expresses the belief that the lenient
generous policy of the President will
the next few months enable the
Southern States to send representatives to
was stated mat an enori was atoui w
made by the Committee of Confeder
ate bond-holders to induce the Stock Ex
Committee to admit them to the
privilege ol quoting.
Barring's circular reports considerable
transactions in Southern State stocks, but
ho Countess JJc 1 arts had given birth
daughter at Wickenham, near Lon
don. A large number of the royal family
France were present on tho occasion.
Alderman Phillips, who is ot Hebrew
had been unanimously elected Lord
The will of the late Mr. Cobden, execu
the day before his death, had been
to as under t8,ooo personally.
writer in the limes reports that the
of Nova Scotia, if properly
worked, would equal those ot Australia.
rance. lhe Bank of f ranee returns
the week show a decrease in cash of
is reported that Empress Eugenie has
published a little pamphlet on Mexico for
irculation among ncr mends called
Mexico from a Providential Point of
The Bourse, on the 29th, was firm and
animated. Rentes 68f 55c.
Austria. The resignation of Baron
Austrian Ambassador to the Papal
Italy. At a recent Consistory the
in his allocation, is reported to have
against sects in general, and Free
Masonery in particular, and to have cen
sured the sovereign who protected them.
connection with this snbiect he advert
to tho obseqities of Marshal Mauganan
Paris. . ,
Ti'BKir The -p..n w..n r
it is generally believed at Constantinople
that a dreadful catastrophe is impending
,1, ( .1 A IL.n..!. Y, " .
... auuuiau j ruicinalities. and lur-
key is prepared to be first in tile field in
case ot intervention. Muchie-Abrter
Pascha, who commands the first corps de
armie at Shumla, has been ordered to lie
ready to march 15,000. men across the
Danube at twenty-four hours notice.
Bombay, September 22. Imports from
cotton very firm. Exports of the week
Exchange 2s jjd.
Calcutta 21. Cotton goods steady.
Exchango 2s Jd.
Calcutta, 22. There is an ActivA rlo
ntand for goods at improved prices.
Melbourne, Aug. 27. The shintiirmw
of gold since tho last mail have been 107,
London MoneyMarket Thed.
for discount continued very nctive tint.
withstahdiilit the advance in" bank mles
Tbe question was raised whether a fresh
advance might not be necessary.
The rise iu the value of money has not
improved exchange. Silver was in de
mand for India, owing to a rise in cotton.
Bar silver advanced to 5s Id. Funds were
dull and drooping, being unfavorably in-
nuenceu ov tne money market.
Liverpool, September MO. The Man-
cnester market is buoyant and prices still
JJreadotuus tend upward.
Flour 6d(S;ls higher.
Wheat IfiiVld higher than 011 Tuesday
Wakefield & Co., and Richardson.
apence a: 10, report as tollows:
Flour active and Is higher.
Wheat firm and l(;2d higher. Sales aro
winter red asiUKaslOd : white western 9s
Corn quiet at 28s6d( 29s6d for mixed
Bigland, Avtha & Co- and Gordon.
Bruce & Co. reoort beef firm for fine ml
tending down for inferior.
.rork steady and scarce.
Lard still advancing. Sales at 90s.
Butter active and S(.i Is higher.
Sugar still advancing, and OdfS.ls
Couee quiet and unchanged.
Petroleum quiet. Sales at 2sl0d for re
Linseed firm and lsfjj, lstkl higher, clos
Linseed oil quiet at 4s.
London Market Baring's Circular
reports wheat firmer and Is higher.
Iron firm. - -
Sugar still advancing. Prices d(7i,ls
Tea quiet but firm.
Rice quiet but firm and unchanged.
The following is tho latest by telegraph
Liverpool, September 30, p. m. The
sales of cotton to-day were 40,000 bales, of
which 20,000 were to speculators and ex
porters. The market is excited and prices
ltv2 d higher than vesterdav. Mid
dling New Orleans is quoted 2Ud, and
Middling Uplands 24d. - The market
Manchester advices say that manufac
turers were offered immense orders, but
rise checked business.
Breadstuft's are firm with au advancing
London, September 3, p. m. Consols
closed at 89J89J- for money. Illinois
Central shares 84i(Ti,85. Erie 00(.60J.
S. 5-20s ;o(S;7u,.
The following is by the North Ameri
Liverpool, September 28. The sales of
cotton for four days past sum up 105,000
bales, of which 2 7, 000 wer taken by specu
lators and exporters. Tho market ad
vanced ldUd, aud closed quieter hut
lhe .Manchester market is buoyant, and
prices are still advancing.
liichardson, cpcuce ix Co. report rour
quiet with an upward tendency.
W beat advancing. - inter red 9s M0i,
Corn quiet and steady. Mixed 2Ds 6d.
Wakefield, Nash & Co. report Beef
Petroleum nominal but firm.
Wheat tends upward.
Coffee tends upward.
'."onsols closed on Wednesday
893(Ti'89s for money.
,1V. .T. I .1 n.
Illinois ventral snares 0-
L nited btates r ive-1 wenties at 70. 1 he
of England advances its discount to
1 he following is the latest by telegraph
Liverpool, September 29. Cotton
brokers' circular represents the sales of
cotton for the week, at 189,00 bales, includ
ing 84,000 to speculators and 23,000 to ox-
porters, lhe market has been excited
the prices range at 2id higher for
American, and 2d higher tor other descrip
For the week the authorized quo
tations are lair. Orleans 23id ; middlin
Orleans 21 j; middling Mobile and uplands
id. Sales to-day, I nday, were 40,000.
excitement is increasing and the
J(5)l over the quotations. The ac
tual stock in port is 261,000 bales, being
8,500 balvs abovo the estimates.
Twenty thousand five hundred bales are
The Manchester market is still advanc
and brcadstufl's are firmer, and all
a trifle higher, except corn which is
and steady and unchanged.
Provisions arc quiet and steady, except
Wheat firm at 90s.
Bullion in tho Bank of England has de
creased 259,000. '
Satterthwait s circular, 01 the evening 01
27th of September, says that the
amount of business done in American
lately has been of a magnitude un
precedented since tlie rebellion com-
Tho conciliatory naturo of President
Johnson's speech to tho delegates from the
appears to have inspired general
confidence in the speedy re-uuion of the
and all American securities cur
rently dealt in in London have been in
demand. 5-20s have been largely
at a rise of 2 per cent., closing at 70
At one time they touched 71.
Central and trie snares nave been
request, the former at an advance of $4,
the latter at Tather more than $2,
is a reaction from the highest price,
they were bought at 6i.
Tho new loan ot tne trie company,
is iooo,uoo, is last quotea at -t" -J
cent, premium. Tho bids reached
Virginia os improved a per cent., closing
GREAT URITAIN. i ne arrest oi x cninns
continues, and important documentary
evidence is accumulating against them.
Among the papers found is one giving
particulars of the expected arrival at Ban
try Bay of arms-bearing vessels from
The Cork Examiner gives a report that
special commission will soon be con
for that city to try tne reman pris
on the charge ot nign treason.
Fenianism is said to have been discovered
the Irish in Loudon, and the police
keeping a strict surveillance over
Rev. W. H. Channing had been lec
in Liverpool on the freedmen of
America, whose future, ho contended,
promised most encouraging results.
lhe appearance oi me Asiatic cnoiera
Southampton is disputed, but it was as
serted that yellow fever had appeared at
Swansea, lhe government has sent a
commission there to enquire into the mat
The weather continued intensely hot
the season in England, but theTO were
indications of a chango when tho North
American sailed., . ..... ,
The London morning Herald utters
w arning against buoyancy and speculation
in the cotton trade ot .Liverpool and -Man
chester. It says the public must prepare
lor some iresn nnancial disaster unless
some repression takes place.
Earthquake in San Francisco.
Francis-o, October 8. At a Quar
ter before one o'clock to-day, the severest
earthquako ever left here, took place,
frightening half the population into the
streets. During the period of one half
minute two tremendous shocks occurred.
causing buildings rock to and fro iu
manner altogether alarming. Services
wereovcr in most oft he churches. Thelarge
congregation 01 tlie initanan church
being dismissed when the shock com
menced, the ladies shrieked and rushed
for the doors faster than they could be ac
commodated with exit room.
Similar scenes took place at St. Msrv'i
Cathedral and several other churches and
lh ruU was m desperate from tbe
Catholic church on Valleio street that the
largo doors of the main entrance were
carried away, and several persons injured
oy oeing crowded against the walls.
Buildings cracked in many places. It
surprises every oue that large stately edi-
nces, liko the Occidental Cosmopolitan
note! and other buildings ot that class,
were not generally more seriously miured.
More or less plastering fell from perhaps
nail tne ceilings ot tne city. Jlucn win
tlow clutf wfc-douu4ihd The tire walk
cornices leu from many buildings, lhe en
tire front of a large four story brick
building part erected this year fell out
ward, covering it with fragments. One
independently constructed chimney of the
Lick House fell in, crushing through the
roof of the dining room, leaving a pile of
uric among tne table ana dishes to tno
astonishment of the boarders. Three ser
vants were injured, and three Chinese bad
ly wounded by tho tailing of the wall.
Brief accounts from Sacramento, Stock
ton and San Jose represent the shock as
the severest ever felt in these cities. It
was not felt at Marvsvillo or Placerville.
The town of Santa Cruz was shocked with
great severity, some brick buildings suffer
ing greatly, and one or two were utterly
The Episcopal Convention.
PniLADELPUlA,iOetober 9. The Gen
eral Convention of the Eiiiseopal Church
re-assembled at 10 o'clock this morning.
Rev. Dr. Burgess, of Me, from the Com
mittee on Consecration of Bishops, re
ported that due evidence of the election of
Rev. J. 1 Quiiitard, as Bishop of Tennes
see, had been submitted to them and thev
submitted a resolution to this effect, which
was adopted by the Convention after a
long and excited discussion, that they a
prove of the testimonials of Rev. C'
Quiiitard. and give their consent to his
consecration as Bishop of the Diocese of
A petition from the Diocese of Pennsyl
vania asking for a division of the Diocese
was presented by Mr. Webb and referred
to the Committee on Dioceses.
The House agreed to voU with the
House of Bishops at 12 o'clock on Tues
day, in maintaining a Board of Missions.
Discussion was then resumed on the
special order of the day, viz : The proposed
new canon prohibiting clergymen from
entering tho military, or naval
service, except as chaplains. After a
long debate the discussion of the propo
sition was postponed to allow the depu
ties to sign tbe testimonial of the Bishop
elect of Tennessee.
The different Dioceses were called in al
phabetical order. One layman from
Minnesota refused to sign, All tho lay
men from Massachusetts, with the excep
tion of one refused to sign. Members
from all othei Dioceses signed lhe testi
monial. The Convention then adjourned.
From New York.
New Y'ork, October 9. This morning
thecouucel for young Ketchum announce'
that he would put in a plea of guilty to
tho indictment charging his client with
forgery. It appears that the prisoner pro
poses to plead guilty, but as matters af
fecting bis late hrm and their creditors are
still pending nnd unfinished, and his ex
planations and testimony are still required
by those interested, is desirable to defer the
plea to as late a day in the present term
practicable. The District Attorney said
such a request was not unusual, and gave
notice that the plea must be put in on the
last day of the term. This was agreed to.
The case of Jenkins, the Phoenix Bank
robber, was called this morning, and tlie
District Attorney- announced that ho was
not ready to proceed ; besides he had
learned that Jenkins was about to make a
new pica, which would be a kind that
ought to have very careful consideration,
therefore requested that tho case go
over for tho term to which Jenkins' coun
sel had agreed. Tho Recorder gave bis
RECEIVED UP TO 3 O'CLOCK, A. M.
[Special Dispatches to Western Associated Press.]
Tho lleraUIa Toronto correspondent
notices a significant speech by Canadian
Attorney ,Gencral McDonald: Ho said
that Ottowa will ere long be tho metrop
olis of one third of the American Contin
ent, and capital of all British North
American Provinces, which the British
Government and Canadian authorities are
determined shall be united in a good grand
confederation, before another year has
It is said that Isaac Breckenridgo pro
poses to become a British subject, and en
ter into the pork business.
Tho Nova Scotia pupers of the 28th ult.,
announce the arrival of Gen.Sir Fenwick
Williams, late commander-in-chief of the
BritUh forces in Cauuda. Gen. Williams
sent out to take management of Nova
Scotia which hitherto has absolutely re
fused to see the desirability of conl'eder
tion. The Fenians are creating a stir in Can
ada agents of tho organization recently
visited both Quebec and Ottowa with the
view of establishing lodges; and it is re
ported that a number of Brothers lately
Toronto on a special mission to Ire
, - . .
PLETHORIC OF FUNDS.
$2,000,000 of unclaimed claims are in
hands of the avy Department, and
pension fund accumulated from cap
tures is somewhere between $8,000,000 and
$10,000,000. In all probability no more
appropriations will be needed by the Navy
Department lor tne next lour years at
Darius Forbes, General Agent for tho
Sanitary Commission in the gratuitous set
tlement of soldiers' claims against tbe
Govcrnmens, has resigned, and William
Bascomb has been appointed in his
place. The Sanitary Commission has yet
large surplus of funds which is to be
in the gratuitous prosecution f sol
diers' claims, but it is stated that no claims
be undertaken after the 1st ot Janu
The Tribune has a private letter from
Colorado which states that General Slough
probably be returned as one of the
Senators from that State.
TOOK THE OATH.
The Times says Mrs. Ingram, sister of
General R. E. Lee, appeared before the
Provost Marshal yesterday and took tho
General Howard, of the Frcedmcn'g
Bureau, endorses the proposition for a
noiionnl cotton-growers' convention, and
New York in November next. General
Howard says the planters of the South are
very anxious to procure labor to product)
large cotton crop next year, and be feels
assured that such a convention would aid
in the solution of many practical prob-
lems concernin? the laborin? interests of
1 .1 .7 . : i . .i-
uci-uuieu suu uie material interests oi tne
The total amount of deficits of post
masters in the South before the war is as
certained to bo $158,960 68.
HALIFAX, October 9.
The and Lizzie arrived on
Saturday and reports that on the loth of
September, in latitude 52 and longitude
3448', she saw a red buoy marked, "Tele
graph," with three or five red flags. The
mast was nearly gone The ball was all
right. She thinks it was detatched from
CIRCULAR. WASHINGTON, September 9.
Tlie Treasoey Department bus Issued a
circular for the guidance of the collections
internal revenue and customs, by which
is provided that articles under thn in.
ternal revenue laws may be removed from
any collection district of the States late
rebellion and -shipped to New York,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Cairo,
Louis, Cincinnati or New Orleans, on
the execution by shippers of a satisfacto
ry bond to be given to internal revenue
collectors, at the place from whence the
articles are to be removed, and duty paid
the collector at the port of destination.
C. Derby, Esq, the United States Des
patch agent, at New York, will act as
agent thereof for persons who mav wish to
send articles to the Paris exhibition next
All trials between the Alquonuin and
Winooski, as reeommended by the civil
ians and experts, will be carried out by
Navy Department, should tho entire
winter be thus consumed.
The United States steamers Rhode
Island and Hornet, the latter formerly
known as the blockade runner Lady Ster-
ling, are ordered to proeeed to Havana to
convey to V asbington the rebel ram
Stonewall, surrendered to the United
States by tho Spanish authorities. Tho
assignment of Rhode Island to this duty
the oft repeated report that it was
cut to convey President Johnson to
Jiorth Carolina and other southern ports.
lhe principles recently recently applied
the Navy Yard by Secretary Welles,
forbidding the asressment of a tax on
workmen for party purposes, will be ap
plied to all other departments of the
The English story that Mr Seward gave
itice to Great Britain of tho ienian
notice to ureat .Britain ot the reman
movements continues to excite comment
the Secretary's absence, but it is not
credited by those who are presumed to be
a position to give it an unequivocal
The Freedmen YBureau is in receipt of
letter from Governor Sharkey, of Missis-
ppi, toCoL 1 bomas, Assistant Comis-
sioner for that State, in reply to tho m-
of the latter in regard to the Freed-
and their affairs.
The Governor says: I have no hesita-
hi siating to you, as a necessary resuu.
the action of the Convention, that
Freedmen can now sue aud be sued
any court In the state: aud ma
evidence of their right to protection of
person and property, which are guaran
to them by the amended constitution,
are competent to testify in any court
justice. Their rights, I think, are fully
covered by the principle established bv
Convention, which abolished the whole
system of slavery, and as a matter of
course, any measure of policy which grew
ol that system.
The treasures captured among Jeff.
effects being counted in the Treas
.Department, amount to tai'B.H in
mostly old coin, 8,822 pieces in sli
146 pieces of loreign coin gold and
Iver value not estimated, and 5b bricks
silver weighing over five pounds each
estimated value of which is $100 each.
value of the whole is somewhere over
New York, October 9. The steamer
Bremen from Southampton, September
arrived to-night. Her news was mostly
LONDON TIMES ON FENIANISM.
The London Times, in a leader says :
more we hear of Fenianism, the more
we struck by the contrast between its
essential weakness and tho extent of its
ramifications. On paper, no doubt, it
look formidable enough. Fenianism
that the influence of emigration to
America is beginning to react upon ire
land. No Irish mind is logical enough to
understand bow it can be right that a man
could make his fortune in America
live in a mud-cabin in Ireland.
Small farmers receive glowing letters
relatives in America, describing the
which may be enjoyed under a
and forthwith draw the infer
that a republic in Ireland would at
increase tbe population, bring plenty
homes, give them tenements, abolish
potatoe disease truth is Fenianism.
as it is, it is moreof a social
revolution than any other movement. It
at all authority, and would level
Roman Catholic Church quite as ruth
as the Protestant establishment.
nave no fears of the Fenian armada
the parent society in A mere a learns
fate of their filibustering delegates,
McCaffcrtv and O'ConneL but it may take
time to extirpate the leven of
story that the American ship
had b cpoehil nil fcj il.inr rur.
a Fenian flag was a hoax.
, which is now mingling
discontent of Ireland.
American ship Han-
ivo alleged remans were arrested in
Killarnev. uicluding tho clerk, in the
" . . . .i- i : .. . i. .. t '
Killarnev Post Office and in the Crown
prosecution office of Jxerry.
cattle plague is largely increasing,
the same disease has broken out among
sheep. A post mortem examination
diseased sheep proves undoubtedly all
works ot the same disease.
PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S POLICY.
Times savs there is every reason to
that peace'abroad and at home will
President jonnson s policy, few ex-
he who denounced rebellion so
would display such moderation
hour of triumph, or so eager a parti
san would have been capable of rising so
above party influences.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
savs : The general report from tho
committee of the North Carolina
Convention of an ordinance legalizing all
of the State before and since the 20th
May, 1861, not since the repeal, and
which are compatible with tho
cntMteituna&TShsiUuJs also all
proceedings i aJfheat-U oj;ivjJL 1
ot the State under State laws when I
cnnsisiema witu mo tmicy states,
exempting all civil and military I
irom liaouiiy iroun any act uoiic l ior
tho authority of State or Confeder- 1 give
government, with the proviso that I
herein contained shall be con- j
to debar any citizen of tho State j
civil action for the recovery oi dam-
on account of any improper or illegal ter
executions, laws or aujumig imposing erai
duties. All other laws and ordinan-
aro declared null and void. All con- I in
permitted to make oath of the same I
made since tne zoin day oi Jiay,
not compatible with the Constitutiou,
laws of L nited States and all mar
wnicn nos oeen soiemnizeu sinew
time be decared binding, and all child
born of such union are legitimatized and
men and women slaves who have co
as man and wife without wedlock
I WEEKLY LEADEj
a uiu Ht eo-TTawnro ut thb
CCBRE.1T SEWS. MIE"i0,r lITEA.'
BY AND SCIENTIFIC I VTELLIGEXC
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CLEYELA'D LEADKB C0HPAJT.
I OFFICE s NC 14 J WI PEBIOB CTKEET.
TEBMS OF TUB WIEKLY:
Oh year (W iasuea) t 0
To the getter np of a Clnb of ten, we "M a
copy of the Wkkul Lkaokk, eratia ; of twenty, a
I copy of the In-ewnj , ot uurty . "".
copy of too Daily.
"rT.BTEtAyn timet mvmr
ifled as legal, and children legitimatized
from date of said connection.
Baltimore, October 9. The Presby
terian Synod of Virgmia, in session at
Lynchburg, on Saturday, unanimously
I .,I.,r,tl resolutions favoring the main-
I . . . . ..Unroll Mmo;t7utii.n
t taming ot a separate 0
Judson Crane has
Congressional canvass. In a card ne sajs.
I voted to ratify the ordinance of secession
in Virginia, and sympathise generally
with her. I could not conscientiously and
upon constitutional grounds also take tha
General Jos. Johnston arrived in Rich
lond Sunday night.
Pittsburgh, October 9.-Tho river is
2 feet 6 inches ; water falling.
Yesterday Evening's Edition.
Kn Vouir October 9. Tho Herald's
Savannah correspondent says the election
in Georgia was proceeding." very quietly.
No military were near the polling places.
and everything in connectien with the
election was being managed by the civil
In the majority of the counties but one
ticket was being "run, aud it is said that a
good class of men have been selected for
In the interior of the State generally
harmony and quiet prevail, and the people
accept with a fair amount of grace the
new order of things, though the planters
coming into Savannah from some section
make strong complaints of ths negroes
neglecting their work, and say that in
consequeuce next year's crop will be a
From North Carolina.
New York, October 9. The Herald's
Raleigh correspondent says the people of
North Carolina, and especially thosearound
Raleigh, are very decided in their approv
al of the emphatic way in which tha
State Convention disposed of the secession
ordinance by declaring it to be null and
void, but to nave always since its passago
The inhabitants are also represented as
being extremely hostile to those men who
assisted in plunging the State into the re
bellion. In tho Convention on the 4th inst, res
olutions were introduced expressing the
utmost confidence "in President Johnson,
and thanking him for the course he has
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ueueveu uc is euiiiieu. iuq resoiuuuiis
also endorse Governor Uolden, and express
the belief that no State will ever again
have a desire to leave the Union.
From South Carolina.
Nkw York. October 9 Adviee from
rWWon .tote th,.t M.vnr V,.hrfh tho
Common Council and other memhera of
the old civil government of the city, have
been restored to thn pven-isn of their fnn.--
tions. The Mayor is to have jurisdiction
0f an callses between whites, while ne
men .mm are to lie tnrnil over to the. Provost
Marshal, bub. the military police, fur tha
present will be retained.
The organization of the State militia is
rapidly progressingjn souie sections. They
are to be subject to The national officers,
and to co-operate with them in the sup
pression of the prevalent lawlessness.
General .Dennett has issued an order di
recting his subordinates to assist in tho
formation of the State forces, every mem
ber of which before joining must take the
oath of allegiance. -
There is a great stir among the South
Carolina politicians iu anticipation of the
coming State and Congressional elections,
and candidates a:e issuing addresses to the
people through the newspapers. A Gov
ernor and members of the Legislature will
be elected on the 18tb inst.
New York, October, 9. A Herald
correspondent gives an account of a re
cent visit to the rebel Vice President and
Post Master General, Alexander H. Sto-
phans and John U. Regan, in Fort War
ren, Boston harbor. Tho former gentle
man he found phisically in the same ema
ciated state which has characterized him
all his life, but with intellect unimpaired,
whilo the latter is robust and in excellent
health. Both are cheerful and hopeful,
conversed freely on public affairs.
Jlr. Stephens looks with distrust on the
present activity of prominent rebels in tha
work ol reconstruction.
Judge Regan lias written and forwarded
an address to the people of Texas. He
cheerfully accepts the results of the war,
saying " VV e staked all and lost all. He
advises all rebels to regain their citizen
ship as soon as possible, and to hereafter
faithful to tho constitution and the
In regard to the f-eedmen of the South
is in favor of admitting their testimony
tho courts and of granting the elective
franchise to such of them as can read and
write, and thinks it will be impossible long
deny them these privileges.
October 9. The Herald's
Washington special, of the 8th. savs that
Capt. P. B. Crandall, Asst. Provost Mar
shal General in the Western District of
New York, under Maj. Haddock, has been
Washington several davs striving to
secure to Oneida county the credits for
recruits, an overplus from the several
drafts to which that county is entitled, and
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from which it was defrauded by themal
ic feagunce of Major Haddock, who has re
:he w.. ,:t ...i a nn
cently been convicted of and fined $10,000
aw - fotl.1 Mx-iVmir wtm, miotna.
Capt. Crandall has been eminently suc-
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something like 40o,uoo to the credit of his
county iu the settlement of its war debt
with the .Empire State.
lhe corps of medical insnm-turs. ntnn.
ized soon after the commencement of tho
has been practically abolished by
mustering out of the officers as volunteers
throwing them back upon their origi-
raua army surgeons in the regular
service. JNow that their services are no
longer needed, why are not the Provost
Marshal General, Commissary General of
Musters and many other siintrnumeraries
1 he citizens of Wisconsin now soiourn-
in the capital have called a meeting
to-morrow night to take apprpriata
action in respect to the death of General
Horace T. Saunders, of that State.
A special to the Times, dated Washing
the 8th, says the President has aban
doned his contemplated trip to Richmond
North and South Carolina, and yester
day he notified the Secretary of tho Navy
the vessel in waiting for him would
The Government authorities received
yesterday a copy of a new counterfeit $10
greenback legal tender note, just put in
circulation. Arrests have been made, and
umcia " ... uiaue. ui --ous en .-slept i n
preparing and issuing this counterfeit, but
goou icmuus we are not authorized to
any of the particulars. Tho new
bogus issue is dated 'Washington. March
1862, letter C. Tha red seal is badly
executed, as is also the border of the note.
which is maue up or repetitions of the let
ages X circularly put together. The geu-
oi me note is bad.
The 58th New York Volunteers arrvied
this city yesterday from Bridgeport
Stevenson, Alabama. This regiment
which now numliers twenty-nine officers
live hundred and sixty-eight men,
includes tho 45th New "York, which
sometime ago consolidated with it.
A German pedler named Richard Mar-
sichall was arrested in this city on Satur
meat, on tne charge of having been
implicated in a murder, committed a few