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TnE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1864.
P -t- Grating Eclcgrapli BATl'RPAY, JULY SO, 1864. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Ovfkr or Til Hwvtxn Tsi r.rii, I Raturdar,Jnlj SU. There It no material change to notice in the Money Market, and the loan on call were offered M I per cent, per annum. Bert paper Is o'"" i(a9 per cent. ' Fnbscrlhers to the new Vnltrd Mute Loan nrc - enHr.0- forward freely. The agents In this city kae been busy for several days P1"'' Tbe Stock Market Is unsettled and very dull, at decline, owing hi a great measure to the Betel Invasion and the proclamation of tho Gov. ernor calling for troops. Government securities re doll and prices hare fallen off; sales of S 20t mr making at inS(a lOR; 7-30s are quoted at 107, sod ds of 18S1 at 10.i( lOlJ. There is rwy little doing In Railroad sharos and the market Is sjafei. We quote Reading at 674C" r7i ; Pcnnsyl ' vansa Railroad at 73i.'t73j, and CaUwtssa j) re ferred at :tO(a (0. Producing Oil stocks contintio in demand, and large tales are making a( full prices. In Bnnk shuns there is Tcry little doing. We qwrde as follows il Vi f.r North America; ff for Farmers' cV Mechanics'; 6 for Commer cial ; 58 for Mechanics'; 101 tor Southwark ; .IS) for Ftnn Township; 4G for Uirard; 53 for City ; and 32 for Consolidation. The hebel invasion has had rery little elfoc n Gold, and price hnvconly slightly advanced the demand, however, Is limited opening at V1, advanced and sold at 2. at 11 j 2.531 at 12; fell off at 124, and sold at 2 A. rniuPK.i.rmn T(XK exciianoe sales, jclt si eOTted bj tfarksoa Co., Bmltn, No. 131 8. Third St, FIRST IIOSKIi. A City new ImshNch. H. f...M:is', (A44 i) st t , lui.h Hi Ass, tla a I' M". l.si .a rdi at. K ..ud l liao letns-hl al be... .117 . buu o l-r la n. )CshN Am.riean Ina 3HS ssh rVnna K at . Htltkrerdilan 1 I S lo id A .kl K. B. I , 7a n PKK'EH OK STOCKS IN SKW YOHK. B ported by CUrkjoB Co., Hrueers, So. Ill 8). Third Hi, Pirn Call, StruM Call trailed RlatmSs. INK), lntotr.... oid AjmjA UlAiid kallroad Old III',1. a.i 111 lalea s 1 IS o,m 10, ! ''f, AIM 111 IAIH H i 'a teiea MiH ! RAlOt 1'ihV ! rirra. kemtliili Kal'maU li 3 16 bid IIIiimu Ceiiuel kalUoad bid Oaieua kaitroad bid ew ).i Ceiiu-al Hatlroad I ll bid Kile Kallrnad II'.", oi l aiadinD Kailroad I.U bid (toid i-'i bid Vnlird atataa m-lUt lix'j bid Market Mieady. Ktw York, July 3). Slocks aro hatter. Chi- al-o and kock Island, llllf ; 1'uinl.eTland profrrred. V i lU.at Central hcrlp. l'J"S : Uan-ls. l.tl : fcilcnieeo Snuth jo.OTH ! do., msrsnlrod. 1 17 1 Now V..rk i'.iiim. J! fona l'oU l'-'D. Ked1nK, l.lt'i; HiMmll kit.t, I'll ; Cauion Coidma y, Ah; K.rlo kilro.id. lli'i; C;v'lA id and ritlrliii.ATl.7li; Cleventnd Anil I'.iImI.i, l.iAf ; ViMil- I ntmrl MM'; ; Olcvrloed sml I'HI.Iuiru. IH-, ; i-il-kary ad Krl Wuyi),U7; Cli.t.u-i an 1 Northwoiiurn, oh; Obo eAl Ortjeenipn, Wi't.A 'io CiiuiOn. l'ln1,; (' xirxm t, 10iV ; du., Ki-gltTU, IH', ; Hold It .iialed At HA. QnntAUons of Hold At tho I'bjladelBhla Uoid Kaoaaji Vo. o4 B. Third stmt, in ond itory 1H A.M ?-li UM !'V II A. M a. , 1 1. M JU MArkot sUobg. Jat Cooki Co. quota Oovernniont Booorltlot, Ac.,te auua lo-dAT. as follows : - Buying. V. ft tn. 1HMI in.' lT. S. 7 8-10 txitoii HW, Cotiinraii.il of luJ-Usloeft. ii'tw fl1. li VoAncrmAsurA Voubcn It 97 j. i r. o-iai Jtondo 1(M ,u i Dl tl Dro. o.K 9. Third tret, quote u to- inrrtrsn Oold 164 o."xn. Dnltfd HtsO'k Dt-maud Notuo i Aurnran Hllrr V" tid ) ....1H do Diuoi. And Hair Hum, l:m do apanith Quarters liA do 104) prt.nl, .. do .. da ' .. dn .. do lal utrrvanla Ciirretity S dla. w Vi.ra ExdianKa 1 ludo Par. The following are the Receipt of Floar and Grain at this port to-day :i lour. 1U40 bills. ; Wheat, 7000 bush.; Corn, 2200 bash.; O.tUi, 2ib0 bahh. The following are the Receipts of Coal Oil t this port to-uay : Crude, 270 obis.; Ketiued, 760 bbls. There Is little or nothing doing In City Poaen. ' ger Railroad harts, and prices are nominal. We Vote ; Second and Third Thirteenth and Fifteenth. Pproco and Pine Ctitsnut and Walnut Art h atnet Ikidg avenne Mid. :io 41 tiO 23 Atktd. 1A 4'j ei 24 19 Tbe following -is the amount of coal trans. ported over the ticliayikill Canal during the week enuiiig Juiy zu, iwj l. from Port Carbtm loilvlil RcMiyiklll Haven " fort 1 liuluu TntAl for week Frevluuiljr thla ear Total To Ui tame time iAit year Tnrreaiio 7ti.:riH The following sbows the amen tit of c ml irans yoiwd on the Philadelphia and Heading Railroad during the week coding July 2S, l.yit : 7Vn. Ciei. yrm Port Carbon lituviUe " rlcliu kl I liavea ' ill' ani " Port i lluton ilarrltburs And JJaopblji Total AnttirirlteCoal fer woek , itarilaburg, lula HltulninuUK (JuAl. Sotal of all kind fnrweok re tuahly UiIn year Total. To laiue uiue laat year Tl.HIS l.X.1.1 M 1,(1(10. lit, 1 KTi.iMi Inetoiia 6J.IW1 06 Tie Ki tli.ral Dunks exuuiug have made their qmuieil.t report 308 in number to tho Comp troller of the Treasury. The whole uumlx-r of bon sol Ihe TJiiit 8 ates owned I'V these banks wa,ou the 3UtU of March, $11,175,203, a fol lows fil ed tie. bonde drpKlted fur rlroulaUoa. .t!S,4H,70U Vrlted Htalei bimea ili'Oitlled by banaaat I'ulird nutea n.ott(iriee 4(5H9,'t.V tniH d Hiill. a -niidn. una ollmr Uullf d BUUa otcarltles held by bank 10,711,1.'. I Total ll,17.,il3 It a so appears that upon the deposit of Silt, 484,7110 of lionds lo seciirtj eircn'ation, thei-e hail at iliac date been IsKucd $12,14I,0o0, of which tliere were . In elrrijl tan,, in ti.e bai.k,... ... an:,'.7A , tli.lHA) The old Merchan's' B'tuk of Boston ha he tome a N itional limit, under the suittx stvle, With its capital of $3,000,000. Ilia l-t wdekly Itatenient ot the Associated Banks 01 Umtou h exclusive of the M. rchants', an. I shows a couec outtit detrease in all tue iieuia as compared w.tu tie previoua weea : July 1R. :.',:1H1,,I) bn,ti;.,;ii .ill u:.m iin 1 1 o. . j ;iii si ; I !t,:K. J72 Jitltii't. De'r'tar. i '.:tsi,7.m $ i.i w..i ii i'i hm, . !7 b.l k'i,svi .V7.II.JI7 411,111.' 1.1,17 I. .'iU lll ''.'I It.l.l'." ftil.au 17. .' M. S,7 , ,77i,iH iHjH Capltsl loans aua llii. unt. . Apcie , line h ui ottii r llankv liu i .utller ttaukk... Drpi oil k 1irrula I n , The ahlpinents nf gold aud silver f r .tn Sin Praiii'laco, iruui J.inunry 1 to June 2i, Isiil, ara tif,W3.77l', Mime period, 18G3, $'22,7o7,asl; iu creiiK, 6.236, 1 3'J. The earnings of the Cliicaeo and Alton Rail road, for the wu:k ending July 23, were : 11H. f II 213 IS ii.U.vS, 174 el 1I.I-.'I04 fwaeniisr KreiKlu twuidiiea Total Increase, Wt. J1II1.A1LI.PHIA TKillK BEPOST. Battbtjat, July in quercitron Bark rtO ' AAJes bavs eome under our notice. Heeds are rather quiet. Cloveraeed and Timothy r' , as laat quoted. A sal of KUsseed to the exter J. uakeU waa eTected At M 74 bn.lu - b PravUlon Market tlill eoitlnuts qulot, . M Inpeinance have bora transacted. TW. Ta,, Market was axlremoly qiSfor d,m,nl fc.u.. m,n fur deaoriptu,,,,, .xoup f , traTa- T1" U" ,hU""D' -m.ad.and .Ale. , . auailoa wore ea al t.u y HAfcr suvaM. awa it (or ei ajuju a,, extra lly.AAdUl wsrvvi kutw uc, arands, as Ut 4UAUty. srna demaiMi M W nvlaol h". TB" . . .7- . attla.and Uie otTerlaifl f ,!!7.h TTw ' lb. sale comprl.. A.,au00 baahou prima Old r i Kt ti Vi,lt- B V jt mack Inquiry, u, u otles sates of yuv.' at l T ; asd 0t)u.h,UA, , Y. I'M. a,w u k'M wu" ol'x. and old Are miu,. m the same a ur. 'la Barley ao sales bar beau rtvonea. a laleorl'0 bushels Malt la reported Atll, ' Ton. C'Pt .. ,l!h U) 2 M 01 .. 17. J .1 III 1.17V U .. 10 .. Ul.USII 10 .. tfi.'vio mi ,. 3.,6.ri 00 00 !M,I7 17 1415 III !, 7 IW fc,f t III lu,:i.w 01 419 17 M.iiii n 4.S.U 00 lw.l. fix Mil .11 .,5il7-77 2,t7i M 4'7tHH 4.l.li.'.)'lr wairtylsBruier.amail mlv( fauAijlyiiiiJu4QUo ' v'4.m paAim ainw. AwnlVer nearenitawt f tfc"lhaheperr. Mr. Edward Lee, of the literary department of the Crystal Talaoe, calls attention to a claim of descent from the Fhakespearc famtlr made some year ago. Ia a letter to London paper he says As the dlsrnssion repelng the fx latent of any lineal descendant of Shakespeare bss lod to no rciy cone nstve isatir,nllow metotnote In yonr rolumns an extract from an article In the Monthly Haa;inr of iHremlitr IK 17, written hv theedliof, wli'-e spptal on liclialf nf ano her rrputed liran -h ol tlie (Hiuily appears no' a whit less speculative thn Mr. Coleman's In the lntcrent of (ie'inre SliBkefpeare, at pn seni of Wolverhampton: It is known that the due of ttliakpspearc's on tm Iv tinninati il In bis praml-daughter, l.nly Marn.inf, ot Almi.ton, in ki Nni tliBHipton ; "lit Sluki'spejire hud a si'U r Joun, who married William II n w, of tiimtfoid, and this braui-h, p.irtly und. rtiie tiane ot Dane antl partly tiiiikr th.it of Smith, may ne ref Aided aa tlie last remains of ihe family. In pai'iig Ian ly tlnouitn Tewke bury tlie editor ot the Mimth'y Mmjannr was led by a reputed In scription tin ihe iomhitoiie of a J hii llirt ., buriid ibt-rc in IMI0 which described him as the siMh ilexct iidant ol the poet Sh.ikspi are, to In quire whether there livetl In the ton any -tir-vlvors ol the family. Alter much search li ilin covtred ft mn ol Oils liar e, wbo hod lieen chris tened by the inline ol William Shak Sieare, who Is a j. w j til' man chairmuki r. The contour of his round-nance strikingly rescinlileil the portrait in ti e Inst (olio edition, a circuuit nice ol itself sut' licient to xi lie an interest in his I ivor. 1 will iiot prol n g tliis t xliai t. Ihe ur i.-to go s on to ny that Ihe i dnoi s h m ttthy with poor ll.iric's Histtiss iiiuuced a Klt a uuiue i, wh. u he tlianklully r ci lv tl 'as t'ic hrst i o !'' thi i ban arist u from his b-1 ritr a Shake pent! ' AC er Jti iiitig from personal iininries in.iuy iiiti'ri-rti a; )ct in eiinni i lion wi h ll-irte's In i.i y, he on cliMis wlih sn urgent appal tn the pmnlc I r pt cunary assist inee nil Ins l)-h ilf. "Acioiding to the eviilcncc of this ar i e, It appears llia Marie's fill er 'held the t ro,e tty in Shake pi an 's two houses at Ktr.itford ; liut nicy hail long been under mor gaf:e,aiid his m nber u few years a.'O, sold thuui ny a icti'in, deriving a l alanee, i fu r pnyinit the mortg;nue unl exi us h, of only l..0. '1 he family ped.gtee she hud pre setvi d ; but hud no o her relic f the great poet save a lung walking stick, which h id been Chen to lion by his father as one which had oelon.'ed to Shske-neioc. In answer to inquiries he sai l his gtai ill at her and f.iliier often laiked on the sul'ji ( I, and hunj ed ttoeneolvcs with hopes that the family nrght some day i rcmemOi red ; hut, for bis part, tbe name baJ hi bono proveil of no other use to him ihun as furnishing tokes among his companion-, by whom lie was often annoyed on tliu sc-ount." On the 8 h Instant, Willi m llarvev,a oom p sltor, undertook br a wager of LI tosivi-ji across tbe Tbumes fnm Milhank to I. milieth witbm twelve niinii'es, and got In the w iter for that purpose at eight o'clock. The unf.irtuna'e uiuu it ached about two buiulicil feel from the shore, win n he eave a loul shriek, antl Instantly nnk. Ihe poor fellow, who ills suppose,! waa selr.cd with cramp, perished. COMMt'NICAriON. , EniTons Evi NINO Tkleouaph. A gross out race npon a quiet, Inoffensive colored soldier, biave as be was peaceable, as his wounds attested took place yesterday afernooi, on a Fifth struct passenger car, near Green, which ought not to part unnoticed and unrcUuked. Two members of the 8th Colored Regiment llad been sent Into the city in tbe morning, from Camp William Penn, in pursuit of a deserter. Tbe soldiers lu que-nion were in clii.ens' dress, ihe better to accomplish the obit ct ot their mir.sion, as their puss showed. The car was crowded, aud a numner of te'uVe citizens were consoquently obliged to ride on the front platform, where only the two contrabands of war could ride. One of tne tetter cuui. becanse whiter in skin, If not In liver, stimulated by more wbisky than tne eiatc oi me utmo-pliero ol a duly uny impera tively cnlird for, took nmorao at the proximity oi a darkey, and aciiirex-e.l to htm nmcn pr d.tne and extren.ely insulting lunguuge t-caiM-t be wonlo not get oif the c ir ut ins bidtliog, which elided In bis dealing isamtio a blow iu tbu fa e, which, however, was instantly returned with comjuiund interest Irom the frame ot the power ful end athletic "Utbel u." From tbe excited language of the ft lends; of the oit nged while m m, the poor netr invo uti tarily clasped his revolver, in order to take care of himself in a crowd of men evidently no friends of bis. Tbe quarrel breeder, at this juncture, ikniui.' lit It tune to leave, particularly- us Ins hiud, dom the t llet t- of the blow whieh Mr. C unrii baud gave I iin, began to assume pioporti ms not at all ortiamt mal. This drunkrn man was an acquaintance. If not a fiitnd of ibe conductor, ns the I at or adtiresscd him by nmne, aud joined wrn bun in ru iMsiing the colored n. en, who had paid their laro, t- leac tbe plutlorm before the iuarrel culminated in blows. Upon tbe arrival of tho carat thedeoot tho con ductor humted Ibe soldi- r over to a police olii er tor tarrying couciHled wvapous. liut u.ion icachlng tbe maglsiiaie's ollic-- and finoing tliut two gcn leu.cu, who bad pit 'die spirit no igli to li t the 5 o'elock tr in from Reusing on 1) pot go wiih"iit them, in oi'ler to si e justice dona to a soldier of the Republic alio hail been woun led three times ill hatt'lng tor Hie countiy, wun on bund, di tu mined to seo the ma ter tnrouli, he aiisniioiied the prosecution. 'I be conductor In quest on when asked bis t ame refused to give it. His bailee was No. ti'J and his car No 2 ). If the Diiecioisof the Fifth and Sixth Streets Passenger road wi,l take the poor negro's six ctnts,dolet tin ni exercise a little care in the selection of eoudnctors, and not employ men who will permit ibcir drunken friemia to get ntion tbe cars and outrage decency bv tneirpro faulty, and beutand abuse beiur and braver mti wbo sic fighting ur ha t es, simp'y heca ie toeir clouded m uses wi l insisi on having everything wbiuj arouud them. Ur if tue greed ol these gentunien directors for "Ibe cent" snmulaei tbem Seen tly to issue a earlr blancht t tbi lr em ployees to cram and sttill' th lr curs with the diunkeu us well as tbu sober, wu entr-ul tuem to take down their ' rules and regulations," and no longer aiien.pt to deceive tbe public wiih a v ulu pretense ol decency and propriety. C. CITY IiNTLXLJQKNOE. Bomgthino Aiioit Can in ns. Ovor one hun dred dogs were captured during ihu week ending to-duy, and summarily disposed of. A law was passed sever.il yearn since imposing a tax on every dog kept within the city limits but we are orry to any tbe law has never bceu enforced ; hence our city is almost eaten up with worthless curs. We have no special objections to dogs, only it se uii to us that there aie by tor too many iu this cty iu cii-tr the butcher sbops ol a 1 uspi ion of c'oiup icily in tlisir propugaliou. And iguiu, if tbtre Is oni Ihir8' tsei-s tha i au ilber, u is a woithl.os dog. He Is ft p.td'i n dsauce of Ileus aid ill - manners. lu some porta of ihe H ate luic.y, bydropbo na bs rtudercd iinli.criiuinute dug s uulu-r ne cestaiy for the 'uluty of ihe human popuiiiiioii ; and If such a measure could Im car nid out hcre.w i hont hydropho bic con equenees, the c; nimuiiity woulu lin k ns U' nlieved of a burden which it lias never had the right lo indict npnn i'selt. The Idea of leeootg a lazy dm dur ing these Lurii times should be prev. u ed b. a t ol l.i gibluturc ; und every m iu wbJ is f olisli enough 1 1 do it sbouNl oe made to support one of tbe inmates of tho Almshou-e. if a dog is t so vnluiible to be 6'jut lit him bu taught respectik- bility. A Rkgimkni op SiiiM-'iiooiitAj.' Major- Oenerul liii ney, of tho 10th A nil) torpa, has been authorized lo rul.se a re(jliueu 0f sharpsbootors, to be attached to his Cor and credited to thin city. Tbe following or uer expll,ng itself; 2i,wIJitAih2r- Akuv OoKi-s.ln the Field. July aT;domri ilZ aulliorlied by the War Deparliumil, meat if Ina.o.w ' 1 eanuvlvatila, to ral.e a riKl- t.mi,rTi t'l'-lservii aeeuliiir tu it.ec.a-u.. A.a Ii l.ri- '"he annfd with biit) a and 8u.-a.-ori Ili.x"orii ' --ed In ireati.elmllar to mo "llerijau bliaiu- !! rull uelnaslnf U my cmimand. AliaVr wM be taken l.r one, two, or three voire. r,v W llloore, a vrtvrauortieuf , uow of ihe with 1'eaa L aniA Vulunteers, will be Ilia Colonel ol Hie leoinant, .d will take cbarae of lie OTkiauir.elloa In Pennsylvania. Aiiblleatlone for.aupointuieiita can be seut to nie at thrxr lieadiiuartera. inpauiea, as laat as mustered n, will be seat to tult Command. . , . t ..niianies will be received from all parts of the H ate uriher Inlorniallon will be slven on aspllcatlon to Meaars. A. 1. Jeaiip. (lisirge Bnllnck, Hnry C. l.e, Joai nli . Tnblaa, Jiibn W. Kverman, 11. M Wlnelireuer. U. Wibun Davis, A. I,. Hoanalloa, C. II liar. lay. 11. II. Bemiera, of l'tliaUeliaiiA. 1 B. U1KNKV, , . . Major-Qcnoral (!nuaiAadlli(. Abrivai opCIpabtwisb ano Fohkion Vkhkkls. The following will exhibit the arrival of coast wise aud foreign vessels. at this port for the month andiog to-day a tonKttiN. flhiria aratewUtiii i Brim. AVAiquee 4i.w. . 10 bkuouuers.. OOASTWISX. ,ta S Sn-ainers, XI llaj-see... eViU lloau Par quel liruia Bcooouers blixii. in w 1SU. na Kbiioiou. Th vestry of the P. E. Church of the Intercessor have kindly granted their I asto. Rev. Dr. Cordon, three months leave of 1 atawuiia. Dr. Cardeo will iwacU to-morrow Tint 0TTTSnco Cfmi!tiiy. At meeting of tbe Kxecutive CommitU'e, appointe 1 for the purpose of determining upon plans for the beauti fying and finishing the great Nation.! Cemetery at Gettysburg, held at the Continental Hitel last ever.lng, the following design was agreed uiwtn :- That a Continuous coping of marble, eievcn inches high, shonld be pi tred Along: the hrad of the oraves hn eai h section, and at the bead nf the staves Ibe soldier's name, regiment, au 1 aga. The work is to be started Imtiieilia.t'.y, so lhat the fonni'nttons will have ample time, during the ronuig winter, to sell le. A sty lo of fencing wu also adopted for tbe front, and a design for the gnteanv ami Itx'gc. A splcnill I sta'tie of liberty, sixty-five feet high, al l decorate the ground, at the bn-e of which will bo lour In utes, representing W--, lll-tory, lVnce, ami l'lentv, the whole to be of while granite, ml of the b"-t workmanship. The lollowlng rnmed gentleman composer! the ccn-mittee .-David Wills, K.sq , rrcsi.b nt nf ihe AssoeiB'lon; It. I.ot'im-r. Ivq , ol D.lnwirc; Kuwarti Cooper, K.sq ,it .Nine Y-nk ;l'vi Se ivey, Ktq., of N. w Jersey ; ) lleford, Kst., "f M ry. laud, and ( o.onel J. . Stephenson, of In I sua. Fai.k or Oi.d Coins. The Ilos;on I'ott re ports a sale of old coins In that city. A fine, Washington cent of 17!U brought Jfl'O.'i. Other ptlres paid were; For a cent of 1711.1, with ftrteen circles, $.2-80; Nova Constellutio, V. 8., 17S.1 and 17H.r), 1 .' inch; a verv good cent of I SOI, S'iO.'i; one ot IMi) 1 joueol ixn. Aie. ;n Frank in -en'-, of I7HS, hoc ; hull-reiitof 17!"'l, SI 10; hair-rcut ol 1 71k". , H ic, ; half-ci'iit of 1 7:7, 81 10; hall-cent of 181 1, $1 ; and other half-rents at prices v try ing liom . to 6.'i cents; 30va:ietiei of "llird Times coin" winch it w:i. tb ught might mean postal currency, except that they we-e in-trued "gntal ' Hie. em h. F.ijht specimens of P ip r nn my sold f..r27c. ra -b. A large broime Wasii ingioti medal w.is Ihe most valuable specimen iu tl.e collection, and btouglit 12. Captain Km.iott. The body of Thomas II. F.lliott has not jet arrived, consequently the time of the fut ernl cannot lie stated, but as soun as it is l.t urd from duo no'lec will be give". The ulnars and men of tho 2S'h Regiment P. V., of (Jenfral J. W. (ienry's Division, and of fieneial Docker's Corps, ami all other millta y trit rids of Captain F.llio't, are invited to attend it meeting this evening, at 74 o'clock, at the h'msc of Colonel C. M. Kerry, Sixth street, below Chest nut, to make the proper arrangements for attend ing bis hint nil. Members of the military or gsnir.Htlous of the d liferent tire companies are also Invited to be present. Yot NO llioii waymbn. For somo time past a party of young boys, whoso ages range from ion to fifteen yours, have been in the habit of Infesting tho locality of Fourth nnd Rrnnch street?, aud robbing all little Juveniles who happen to pvs that way. Your. lay, a Utile girl hod a two dollar hill w ith which she bad been sent to tn tkt a i nrchase by her mother. She was stopped and the money taken from her. One of tli-j young ollt nders was arrested a-id held to answer by Aldtrman Welding. FiHKi Tbls morning, la-tween one and two o'clock, a fire occurred in Cuthhcrt street, w est of Thirteenth, raued by the destruction of two stablts, belonging to McOce K. Wistar. Tbe strnctun s were of brick, with tin roofs, nnd were burned out u the inside. A lot of buy and feed was also destroyed. F'our burses narrowly escaped being binned, one "f them being bully scorched about tho neck. The cause of the tire is unknown. Mails roit Havana. Postmaster WJborn Announces that muils wiil leave this city for Havana on Tuesday, closing at half-past aeveu in the morning, by the new steamship IVaiu.'s. Heretofore we have bad no direct "oinmuuict tion with Havana and the West Indies. Our mulls have been sent to New York and forward -,. I from there, and our returning mails Imve b -eu received by the sapie route,, DiBonliHlti.Y Dancu Hoists. The Eleventh Ward is infested with scores of ill-orderly mince houses, which are the sour -e of much complaint In tho neighborhoods where they uro located, l ust night tbe po'c e made a desccu' on two of these dins, one in Water street, below Cadowhl;', and the other on Deucb street, below Nohli. Tnu proprietois, Anthony Henry uud John McCrys lul, were held by A Merman Toluud to answer. Dksf.rtkr Dhowni:!). At nn cnrlv hour this morning two of tho sailors on board the United States iron vessel Mingo, lyiug olf the Navy Yard, under s..iling ortlers, aticmptoj to escape by jumpirg overboard nnd swimming lo tho shore. One of them was drowned, while the. other nuirowly escaped, being rescued by tbe River and Harbor Police llo.it, which happened to be in the vicinity at the time. Ykhdict of Cenkcke. In the case of tho child Jotcph H. Davis, who died from being rcalilcd by boiling water, the jury have returned a virdit t censuring tlie proprietor of tbe dye house, for a lowing the boning water to run from the p't mi-es in a way to endanger the lives of (Mullen in the neighborhood. Base Bai l Matciikm. Tho Rase Ball matches yesterday morning between tho Kcsulu-e Club of Brooklyn and tho Camden Club of Hint ci y, and iu tbe afternoon between tho Resolute und Kevstone, rcmltcd In the lirst instnnco in n via ti ry for the Ciitulcn, and in the last in a triumph for the Ui solute. To-day the Resomto plays the Olympic. On Monday tiicy take their departure homeward. lii.KtiioN. At tho fifth annual meeting of the American Dental Association, which convened ut Niagara Fulls on Tuesday la-t, Dr. J. II. McQuilleii, ot this city, was elected Presidetit, and Dr. George W. Kills, Corresponding Secre tary . Tun Draft. Under tho lalo call of the Presi dent, the quota of the Second Congressional Dig triit Is as fo'lows: First Ward, 017; Seventh, fifll ; Kighth, 100 ;N.nth, 172; Tenth, 4D.ij making a totul of 21M ti.cn. I'liu aoove includes ihe divi sion of tlie First Ward now called tho Twenty fixih Ward. Itucm iTiNfi. This morning tbe City Bounty of $2.50 was paid to sixty-two three-years volun teers, and tbe bounty of $100 to one twelve months volunteer. Geouoe N. Sa.ndkus to IIoracl Gusklht. BV Till: BAHD OV TOWKK HAlU "Pear Kir: since every man of en stunt tbuik ' le Uuie that warsnoulJ cease, Anil that wc rliould aei'k some prcteiue 'ur ibe entAbllslinipiit oi peai-ei I rriut ussuro you nrst, th.it no Are nl'llnu as yourselves etui tie 1 o cease ib.it. at rile, I- we eau set 1 he teruia to our advaut igo aet. It niuat fe ao arrnnited that 0001 s;imii thluk he has the up cr band, Yit lii-'er Uv l.oasla. or ae-11r11l.ll speech, Asain to stole arouae tbe Und. Hiia ueare niuat be mail. luailna too, Kor II U' ere aoou P'UVW, U e'U Uini this plaji is ur tl.e wont 1 ban to have lousht It out at tirnt. You must srant us-wi'll, we've nut yet Alade up our umuls Hliat 10 demand; but u.ert-'a one iliinp I r.an't Turret . lliat lirst anions the list abiillslund. t'l.arse. Ill-mude e.o.h.-s 1 sin lor.:id to wear. Ami 11 we aliuulii a peace de,nro ou Din 1 .r. aeiil iu. ,n that nuur. W I b a prune $Mt fr0,u jitNNtlI-B T.worl" JUS bvP, est elock and best usinrtmen of Cloitilnir In I'lilliitieilna, cuiislunllv 011 baud and I'sihk renluuisaed by lart,e daii- addilH.us, lov 1. IU1.1,, Ko. Sis MS1 Let Htr.iet. its.-.air Ol Co. FAlhuut-NT Tark is now the result of tuoti- lunds of our citizens ouily. There U coruiuly no more l eantifui ur delightful place in tbe vi.iulty of Philodelpbla. The walks aud drives are in admirable, condition, an-d the grounds are bright in veidure. Last Sunday at least twenty-nvs thousand persons enjoyed tue tresn air unu scenery, and to-day, should the weather be pro pitious, a still greater number will doubtluis wend their way tliithur. Speaking of the Park reminds us of the excellently conducted Uinltj House, on Landing avonuo, above Coatcs street, which Is a etoppiiig-pUce that deserves the re membrance of our readers. Tbe rooms arc eli gant and spacious, and uro haudnuiuoly decorattid with vines and rioweis of rare doscrip'ious. The refreshmeuls, creams, and beverages are of tile finest order, and the proprietor, 11 r. C. Duach, is a most courteous one. LATEST MARIXE INTELLIGENCE, ARUIVEl) TI11M UOKNIHO. Hclir I. aeon, Iisker, a day li-uui Uonton, with let to Co'.d Biirliig li e and (loal t'o. a. l.r 1". 11. UAird, Inlan, 4 days fruiu forlroli Monroe WlU) HUiia 10 Navv ) ard. ni-lir neadins Kit. sio.49, Minlth, from Forireas llonroe lL bailaat lo oaFtalu. Ki-l.r 11. Huliuea,Uoluaea, froui City I'olut. In bailaat t canmln. toebr I), fllnord, Hewitt, frnnt Kortruas llourQe, la bailasi to lapiaia. hetir H. U. Hbaaann, afartf, from Fortreea llonroe, Il LaUaft In cajaaln. Hi ar tiaia Merrlck.lf .aitsouiefy,frora 1s'intbrop,llass la ballast to eaptam. V-lir W. 11. IMiuila, Lake, from Glonoeatar, la ballait U eai'taln. ' - fcui.r KlUa A Rebacca, l'rioe, from For Ire is Monroe, U bausst to caplain. Kteabier W. C. I'lerpont, Oreen, V4 bouts from Xov torn, with atdae lo W . M. llalrd A Co. MKMOKANDA. Sehr Job a Fri.-e, toker.ou, at Una port last nisiit, from Beaton, rational loth mil., lal. .'IS 47, iou. 71 .m,.i..n tins ht. And'Cw, niliy. fiuia Nl. llomins'i lor B iHtoil.an.t aupinleil her wliti provisions 'I lia crew ol the Hi. Aii.lrtw wen iuabuvu! iid had miiatvovd Uie capiaiu luo. , s Al.MY OF rOTOMAC. DETAILS OF THE UTE ' IROVEMENT. BATTLE OF MALVERN No! 2. THE mr.co n rnnp", Hr.AI'Ut artf.rs in Tin Fir.t.D, North Sinn of tiif J amrs HiveH, July 27. Kvenlng. por tion of tho troops in the Army of the Po omae, iinrtcr the Immediate miumaiel of M iJ'K-d-ner.il Hancock, having quickly i-ro-d from th : south to tho not tb bank of the James river, drove tne ruitiii Irom a strong line of Intreneh nents this morning and captured four pieces of artillery. IMF. SIAKT. Tbe fore s forming the expedition moved yes leriia sfo moon. Mu'cblngall niglt, the com mand eroded the Af-ismi-it-ox on the pont'sin in id i - nt Point of Kotkaatiil tho place called liroiiilwa , atid crossed li e Jameson the bridges mat Deep Hottoni. The movement was ex-uted sc. ri"h and sllemly ; and In fourten hojrsfrun the tirrc ot slatting the command had matched about twenty miles, cross-d two rivers and cap tured a line ul works, with Its anillery, lro.u tlie ei.eniy . "Hiiitvisttp.ua loitwMtu" REiiriLS FLAWKEn. After our troops bad formed on the open plum, 11 lrong skirmish line was thrown fir wind, and il foon came in cm tact witu tho Hi-Hi y. In front ol the point where 1 tic enemy's feu guns weie ;astcd our skirmi-h line con sis cii 01 detachments fr ui Ooni ral Miles' llri gudr, in (ii-ii' rnl Harlow's Division. Tho regi nit t is t.oiu winch detach mi uls were taken 10 fur-i,l-li si iiinishi-is lot licit part of the line were the IKtd l'i tins) IvimiB, oth N -w Hampshire, and 2 ith Michlg u. Colonel J. C. Lynch, of the IS t i Pi nusy Ivai in, hsvlng more liotiicdia c suia-r-visiou ol (ii in nil Min s'ikirm sli nn.-.tln-jin,,' it lie roming ms'ly lo petsisi In ntieinntlng to take the guns in front, moved a isirtiou of his men by tb-i Hunk to the right, and soon crossing the 10 id bell bv tho cm my, was enabled to enfilade tbe Rebel lice. CAl'H lir. OF TUB WORKS AND OI.'SS. The consequence was, that with our skirmish ers from other Imgadts advancing ai other po-n's, the enemy wa' compelled to a'n idon thai fur til'ud position, learng lour 20-pounder Parrn'. gun-, wi h liinliers, two caissons filled w.tli ain ii) 11 11 it ion ,11 iu! u sin ill niini'ier of prisoners, iu the hands ol Colonel l.vn- b. Colonel Lynch escad nniniured, although two bullets) passed through his hut and another hit bis horc. Cap iiln Cissady, Ctptaiti (J.ipolln, and l ieutenant Miller, of the 1 10th Pennsylva nia, were wounded on the cxtr.aAiu rigat of tlio skirmish line, wheio the regiment lost a number of men. Cupuiln Cr.tsndy had been wounded in Iwo places ot Coal Harbor, had returnt-d iu tiiiiu to tuke comiii ind ol Ihu regime.nl I 1 the movement yesterday, and in tbe skirmish this moruing was wouiuled again. TIIF. RF.llFI.S' SF.CONO TOBITIOM. After Ibe enemy had been driven from that first position, he retired to a commanding crest about u mile behind. Th it point H a'ciut three ml-es from M divert Hill. Reconnoitring pa' tieK stain tisceniiincd thu fact that tbu nitunlly formidable dcluml"e position of the crest was being nnderod s;roiigi-r still by tho enemy, whose reserves were busy completing iutrench nienfs which had been previously commenced. From information then in our possession it was belii-vcd that the force of the enemv iu our immediate front consisted of Kershaw's Division ami an nddMonal brigade of infantry, with acou fider. ble force or cavalry, which aopeared on our right. Reinforcements, too, were rapidly arriving by nil road, twenty-nine carlo ids having .passed up from Petersburg during this afternoon. Our skirmi-beis were cautiously sent lorwird until tbey camo in contact with those of the. enemy lu ihe ticlda which spread out from the foot ot ili..t commanding creel, IllXONNrtlTRlKfl. A portion of Goticrnl Barlow's lnfautty Divl fcion puslud f irwurd for thti purp se of develop ing the left of tlie enemy's line, and had a hand tome and successful little sk r.insh. With tbu same object in view portion of our cavilry, which Is under command of General Sheridm, advanced on the Malvern Hill and Newmarket road, and on the right of the infantry, dashed in with the sabre, pushed in the left of the enemy's line unJ rupiuied a small numner 01 prisoners. OENF.&AL IIAN0OCK. Aboutthreeweiksngo.wbon General Hanoock resumed command of uis corps, after u temp iriry al-si ncc, during which It lost lour guns 11 id witk them a portion of the prestige in-epara'ily nss-i-ciuted with Its name, ho issued an order to his troops, in which he told them that when they met tbe enemy again bo would expect them to fully reU-.eui wli-.t It-ay bud lost It is nn interesting coincidence that this morn ing, the lirst occasion on which they had met the enemy since, they have captured four guns of heavier calibre than th.ise widen they lost, and more man re-estaulisbed their bono-a du uaimi. Upon ice. ivlng tho announcement of tho cap'iire ol the guns this morning, (juiierul Moulj i uui ; di. tcly despatched thted brief congratulatory lines : llKAligi Aiinais Akmt oe Till: Potomai-, Nino A. M., JnO ls .4 ilrtii-ral It oic.n-k : Your Oe.nvcli nf t .-nly tu 111 lit -a nasi si vru re- lived. I e .nsril il-il- yon and s our irullant i-orpa on y.-ur sue iem. and im-t It will be cenllnuid. GfcUIl.il-: 1 MS-.A..IK. Ma-i-ll.-ueral. During tho evening our linei h iv been well ' esliiblished in accor.lanco with (encral Oram, s design iind tho oltject of our operations, which I must be left to future developments to disclose. I Tim CAS0AI.TIK8. 1 Our Iocs In killed and wounded during the day . was, perhaps, pretty near ode bunlrcd. ' The following are the names of the Pennsyl vania wounded : j Arthur Talbot, Co K. lstfd Pa., minor; Rgt. It. II. Mo 1 tine au. A, 1-s.ld I'a , sh-mld. r i i-t-nr-e V stiuruun, K, lMd ' Pa . ti-li.-b. a ah; Tnnmse lay. A, I Kid I'a , si 4I11 0 uiai alt.u; '1 1 enj.ta II. Feoutn. s', la.1 1 I'a , 1 k, lleaii; i:hari--a tti.lstien k IKUl I'a , alHlinuen; Kn'iait Klluuswiir b. A, ls:iu I'a . ii;:ht arm and atiil-'aluli l Charles P11 nut, K, Is ,d Ph.. tliluh in d wrl-t . Al ord shar .one , t isad i'a., neao, ii'Mlv; Wllllein anrln-er, B.tiid 'a, hip; Ht. r.lls'ia JV ral n'W. A. tsilb Ta., It-a lra-turi-d, d CJ lu ttosgltal ; i.hsi, W'lnner. tenh I'a . balb tlils-lci; Kilward Alk-u, A, UIUU I'a., thl, 11; Atitlii ny Totwllei'. E, Sltb fa., arm. I 1 be f 1 owing belong to the llOtu Pennsylvania . Volunteers : H.1,1 ant J. C Bell.t'nnipany C, ann; .John Atwell, 1, faee; tit-.irse Ileal melt. A, tlestl-wiMlllU ; Ja.sib lucles. K, arm;J A. r.ito.n,l'.flUiulder; Joua lAickinan, ('. abjo m. 1 ; Vim 1 11 riowell, A, ilir .at; tle.ire V lla rd. O, I la. e; Jm-i.b Menimcer, O, thursx; I'Aiiiul Siut'li, 0. le; t h.i't t. 1 klu . K, face; dip. A I'ull-ni, F.arin; Hnl. j AmlivssJ Miller, B I. K, 'hsii 1 i urn Ili-iiM i Uaxvrv-'l, ihli-li, ilieit; Captain f'ranois i.'aisidy, 11, le, nu'ulv; ) t'ai lain t'b.irii-a t'oueleu, ), ttiis.li. aeverely; C'orimral iVr nll in l.llle, .ti-ora aniltlni:b; Jainea Irsrln, O, aria ami 1I1. i'.i ; lianlel Koivinaa, I', tliis'ti ; Jotia Da. ls. r, thl. It ; CefV.rul Henry i Miller H, wr.st: llnrace nlilltter, A, tiils'h, atnraita't-d: lieitKe Wright, A b'Hj.v. The names of the killed on tho tiuld have not lict n a-ui-i tulnc J np to tho present hour. -V. jivraM, Furllier Iirtlcnlirw. Bkhmi ha Ut-NiittKK, Thursday niOrnlog, July 2H. The inonotouy which has reigned along our Inns for several weeks past has been broken by a sham bk'rmisb which look place ut D.cp Bot tom, earlv yesterday niortiing. resiibing in 1I10 driving i f the enemy from the lino of rillo-pits on the PcD ii -ular side of the J unes, and Ibd Cap ture of f .ui' 20-pound Parrutt gnus and a score tit t '.o of prisoners. The movement rcsnMng V4 the above success was commenced on Tuesday afternoon, tbe 28;u iti-t., ami ut this time lt:re can tie nothing detri mental t ihe cunse in plucing before the puillc the deti.lls of rn ixpeditiou which at present seems iu promise a highly gratifying terud-h-tioii. But lev Are uwaro of the special objocts to be at:aincd by the movement now In process of enriKiimiiiutlou. but the knowing ones are confi dent lhat its close will lind tirant's army con- nidcrubly nearer Ihe accomplishiuentot bis lute 11- lions, viz. '" '"'" ri ami the final overthrow of the Slaveholders Rt bcliion. Mi.jor-OeneralS Kancoek ami Sheridan have bocn assigned tae .prominent ehara.-te in this new scene in tbe drama of the war in Virginia, and their well-known gallantry and skill certainly will iicconip ishull lhat their commanding gueral could reasonably expect. Where tbu dashing Hancock, falls, few oihcr general Olliccrs need hot e for success. n j On Tuesdav afternoon at 44 o clock the 2d Corps soon after followed by the Cavalry Corps of Sheridan, withdrew, from its. position on the left of our line, and marched rapiJIy towards the I'ointof RiMjks on the AppomaitoK, which was crossed early in the evening. Barlow's Division, preceding Moti's, formerly llirncy's.aud Uibson s bringing up the rear. . .. i,.r l,jt i.oen Issued during the dy by General Hancock, announcing ihe Initiation of a movement wbero success depended mainly on the discipline of bis troops, and instructing any erne who might full into the hands of the enemy to refuse to give the division or corps to which they had been attached. As is seldom the case, but few stragglers brought up be rer of the rapidly marching column, which at 3 P. M. yesterday reached the James river at Jones' Neck, and silciKly crossed our to DP Bottom on a inutlled pontoon, bich had been luid sovtral days previous. A lirlgiido of he lmh Army Corps, with its oil n sting oil Four-mile creek, formed the right of Foster's line at Deep Bottom, but took no part lu ,1'Laoua'l!d..ybivak, Sheridan's Cavalry, fol low ing the 2d Corps, crossed the river, and takiu r the Newmaikct roud.oci tipicd a posi iou several Wilis u-t-iieriihtoi tbe lumutry, which, iuinvj- d'stely on crossing bsd deploye l into line of bnttli ,tba 31 forming tbe riulit, the 1st the ci ntre, snd the 2d the lelt. Prom the point of (Tossing, ruml running tbrnturri au os-a rteld leads lu snot iter bordering a pin rVtr. St. and ran Blrg nearly at right angles wl-h the fhwaner. Along this rouil tl.e i in niy had thrown up a strong line of rifle-pits, whica wss or -nplivd by KershawV D. visum of rvaith Carolinian. Near Ibe jnncikin of the roads meniione.l were pl vd sis pieces of artillery , fi.nr of which ufiei wrds lell into onr pos-esskm. Rkbmishit geommencetl l 7 o'clock, our men sl ailily advancing under a sharp fire from tlie enemy in be pits. 1 be nrnllery ol t be; enemy immediately opene I, but so Inaccurate was the range of their guns, thnt but very few CH'tinltiiS wore su-Muieii on onr side from tlie shul ing In th meant me Hie 11 t.le -at Mrmliita, lin g in lliern.-r opeio' I w th KiO-potinc P o rous on the enemy and jn'lging from tin-spiinten tl pmrs In 1 lose proximity to tbe Rebel works, wltn snch eff e.t us to has eu ibe iibnnilonnu nt of tlieir ml --pita. At o'clot k, tbu skitinisli line ol l!rlow's Divniun, consisting of the lk.'lil P.-an-vivan:, Co onel . neb, the 2Mth M issa -huseita, Can'at'i Kb niniiug, nnd the .'ith New II impil.e, Major l.atkin. snptx rted by the iiith Michoia-i, Ca,i iin liily, ebnrgctl tbe enemy's line, nnd by a ski! lully antl rap dly executed flank movement dioe the Rebels from their pits, captnrtng in tho assault the 20-pt und Parrotl guns, before men tlntiitl, t.-nethi r with several prisoners. Tl.e ei erny then U il hack in confusion ov-T a n ile, and, as is their wont Immediately eom iiienced imrei ching in a cummantllng nosi'ion. l irg to tbe tlillli-uliy of planting nil e.ry somD tit li y look pi ice In po ting our guns and follo-v-ing up ihe tt mHirnrv success we h id oliuilned. At sunset last night, however, a b itrery was g it ii to position in full view of the Rebel line, a nt was ulaitil tu open on t:ie ei emy, wtic.i they wcie discovind lalllt g link beniml. herc it was believed ll.t y won III commence the coqs ruc tion til n new lii e of intrenrbments. Win n 1 left at a hit- hour last night, everything, all bong b qua I, ns in n adine-s lu resume, olhui slve movemcniH sgainst the ei em this monun.'. I'p to this hour eight A. M. but limo eii'inoii aimig has In en heard In tun ilir--i--ion ot Deep lwiiii 111, nnd nin e nloug our imtiie iin'e frou',. The (.-tins i-aptitied yt-sterdny formerly b-loiig.-d to A-bt y's Itntterv, and were aken by the enemv on ibe occasion of Oillmore's repu's- in fr mt 'f P. tcrsbtng some wet ks since. K.uir ii nbers nnd to caissons weic taken wi;h tne guns, the re rnsltidi r lieing mn oil by the aitillery men. The loss on laiih sides was co npariiticelv trilling. I euclo-e a list of ca u 1 tie- it the .11 Division, which probably sustained ugrea'erloss than any other. Tho llllth Pennsyvaol 1, fro-n its exposed posi'ioii on tlie p:cket line of the ill ruvi.-lon, sullered se-erely. Severn Itebol dcid were left behind m the pits, bur. their wounded were gcnerully sent to the rear iu time to prevent cnptt'TC. It Is unnecessary to speculate on tho result of this new mov. incut. Kunior l.ir thu las-, two weeks bus i rroiieously lu.- .t- 1 Mhnridan on ihu war-pulh, but at ibis time she c in do s j with a much greater tlcgtee ot ceitnnty than before, l.ci the people uwuit re-til s with that confi leiice innica'ii c of nn alinling fs. lb in t'.e ius'.ii-eof our rausc and in lion who is tlie lire il Captain of the armies of the Cuicn. A mil tier Aei'nnnl. OkNFRAI. Bl TI.F.Il'a HRlOUt'AHTKKS, Jti'y2,t, sunrise. Hancock and Sheridan ni in-h -d night bclote lat nil nigh', and yesterdiy u'. 1 P. M. I" gnu crossing ti e James, on a pont ion newly luui, a little below tbe one connected with Fos ter's li dgmi tit at Dei p Bottom, ou the left bank. Dnr'ow's Divi-iou, tho Bret over, pushed rapidly ahead, swinging up the river, and Hanking the Rebel po ition opposed to Fos'er. Two hiimlrid nnd thirty m n of !ho H.'M P.tnn syhni. in. Colonel Lynch, Mile ' I! igade, charged Slid cnpinrcd a bancry of four 2 i-pound Putrd'.ts, with a loss of only nv 11 y. The guns proved to lie those of Ash Iij'h U.tierv, lo.t hy (iotier il Smith in the curly part of tne rainptign. While tbis attack was making in MaoH, Foster demon united in front, which doubtless hei-ed towards Ihe re-ult. . Jlancotik then, as his c irpS cauie over, a l Mlricedumiio up tbe river, end Snor'd in, Tur in rt's nnd Orcgg's Divisions, crossing inline thutely Mlti rwarns, turned oil' on iiis right, and with Merrill's Brigade, struck Nemaikei an I Long Bridge road ac its Intersection with the Malvern Hill road, some four miles above the ltd 1 r place. One regiment charged uud stam peded :k.O Rebel cavalry, taking a il'ucn prisoners. Tbe position now wus, Foster wi b troops from tbe luih Corps, with his left, resting un the Jiinus, the 2d Corps 011 his right, then SnerHau's Cuvalry lee. ing out all the roads, and swiogi ig round upon tlie enemy's left tlank, the general direction of the line being from southwest to r.ortlienst. But ihe Relh'l positlnii was 11 range ol bi ls. very s-rong, arid hn was ku nun ro b ive two full division, Kershaw's of Lougstreet's Corps, and Wilcox's of Hill's. It was almost night, and no further advance was attempted. Tliecasuul'ics number perliuns 5 I. In simply holding bis line the tluv betore, Foster l-ud lost a-iiiuiiy. rully lob prisoner-were ttkeo ; 2nd was the number reported, but I could nut count io many. If the clay's operation' nit. n 't etlect all that was expected nnd if nomine more should enmu of It, the movement m ly be c m sidi red successful, und rather useful in be cheer ing 1 diet of gut s ut.d prison.-is tukeu w tho it loss, anil in the tre t' il affords In the breaking of the monotony that h-.d lit gun to look like a siege. Cei crul- fir.-int and Ingalis were on the Held. A. Y. Tribune. NEWS JOTTINGS. The quota of Missouri under the new call fur troops is 20,(178; of Ohio, 50,79 . Many acres of valuable wood land in Togiu and Litchfield, Me., have been run over by fires. Blum-bard Jerrold has gircu to tho press a new work entitled "The Children of Ltitctia" a book in two volumes unout I'ar.s uud its peop'e. Arcnbisbop Spilding ha disigunnd Svur day, the 31st iu-tant, thu Fea-t of St. Igu tins, of Loyola, ihe patron of thu missions of .Maryland, to tr.tiT upon the possess! jo of his s-e. A condenst'd caiuloguoof all the books pub lished in London between the years l:jj and lffsi has just been Issued th'.-re. I', forms u list of 67,600 dim rent works. A visi a iou of gypsies look place nt Havana, New York, recently. They departed und returned again, filially taking their leave on Tnnrsdiy, and making us much parade an 1 sun us a circus. A mischievous boy, whom a mm held over a boiling vut at Mechanics' Fulls, Me., last week, playfully threatening to throw him in, struggled so much that he did f ill iu uud w.is scalded to death. Two thousand dollars have been ruis'i 1 In Washington for the fund to 'm appropri ited to the crecion of a inouuim uf over tbu remains of those who loot their lives by tue expio.i 111 a; the fcteeiiul. Charles Dickens is to receive 12.000 fir his Hew fcilul novel from his publishers. Messrs, Biadbury A 11 ill ou tin; pub l;a:loii of tire .first number, and the rem under on tltu cmi pletiMii of the work. Pi tho town of Knileld, M ass., through the energy and despatch of the Selectmen, the whole number of nun (lh.rty-s.ix) required under the President's la-t call wore prcsentod, accepted, and put into the service within two days after seeing tbe ; r. -carnation. Arruuiictiunts have been made lu Boston by which 'enrolled m-11 may have a subuitute put ii.to the army for thoiuuta much lower price trj.m tbe substitute brokers demand, and at the same time be sure that they will have au elfuctive man to represent them. Among the delegates tlectcd by the Indiana State Convention to the Chicago Convention is Washington Bradley, ol Lawrence county, who served two years lu the Rebel army. Messrs. Pcttit and Pitch, two other of tho electors, were Breckinridge electors in 1860. It is suited that the will of tho lalo Josiuh Qtilncy relates entirely to family arrangement'. He leaves an ample income to his daughters, b 4. iueathes his estates in Qulncy to his eldest ,,,0, having in his lifetime provided for hi ygUDge 1 and nii;kc his two sous executors k'jd rcsidaar; legatees. Tlie first and only volunteer recrulte;''. in fsiriugfiold,Muss., to count upon tbe quotk under the new call, nppcare.d on Monday In a s talwnrt Englisbmuii, ovor six foot tall, and a svta whom the examining surgeon declared per fuotly free from blemish, ne has boon for sew n years in the Biltish service. Captain Wluslow. of the Ket r.Arn. eommu- plcstitig to the Navy Departmo' M ,U8 jact of the death of William Oiu, one off nf wounded in th l ite action between the Kea rtarge nd the il.a bama, Bays ; , II.- a. a brsv end ! o)H , When inrrerlng und.r a most 10.. n.oiaii 1 s ' .Sua ,V atl.ir.lol nioit leii.iirsKliin e.an,iile. Who ,T " ',. wla auard on ihe tioumli-r of the vlWsoae J" "VZATtui di"i? HIFMORV OP II WTIHIRsjlt. at nsaar w. lovo jn.i.ow. How beautlfDl it waa, that one bright day Ii tbe loeg week nf rain I Th' ngp all Its splendor on Id not chase away Tbe omnipresent pain. The lovely town was wMmi with apple-blooms, And the great elm- o'erhead Dstk shadows wot., on th- lr aerial looms, Hbot through with golden thread. Arrn Ihe meabiwe, by the grey old manse, : I ne historic river llowe I : j I w as as una who wand rs in a trance, Unconscious of his road. ; Tbe faces of familiar friends seemed strange i Tht it voices I could bear, I At il jet tho word- they uttered seemed to hang; Tbtir meaning to ti e ear. 1 pur the ne face I looked for was not there, 1 Tin one low vi Ice was mute; I Only unniisien pre-cm e tilled the air, Aud l-aillcd my pursuit. j Now 1 look back, and meadow, manse, and s're m I Din ly my thought d' 'incs ; 1 I 01 ly si e a d'cam wnhin a dream I The hlll-tnp I e r-ed wi h pun s. I only hear above Ins pl.ire of rest 1 l.i lr It licit r uiidenonc, Tlie infinite luili'im'S of a troubled breast, The vo.ee so like Uis 011. There In seclusion ai d remote from men Ti e ir. ,ro ba tl li. n cold, bit b lit Us tiq most -I't-.-d let fill tho pen, Ami hit the uie ball told. Ah, who shall lift that wand of Xiiigic p.ia-er. And the o t clue recall! Tin- unlit. ished w 11 o I 1 A a Mill's tower I (1 1 11 ir ra d must r- iu on ! C nc rd, May 2;i, IKVI. IKK t.ltlAI' AMIItlCAN NlltlWlllSI KM I ltS ritltn AI.lt OltMl A. A, tVsid'N 'Ipliilim mi siHlti'ra null Thing Sdein-riilly. The stoodent and connyseer must have no'ed snd ailriiircd in various parts of the I'mtcd hiati s ul Ann rua lutgn yi Her batid-bills, which iiot only air gems of i.rt In themselves, out they troothfully i t foiin ih ui raetionsof uivshow n show, lit me lure olisarve, that c iitaius ill my I i v 1 11 w ild animals, every oue of which Ins got Lei litllul M 'ml. Tin m b.intlhi Is Is s'p' In New York. &, 1 uuiioonliy rcpuir hero tn git so ne more on 'tnu. A, la'in' here, I tho't. I'd ssob a Address to the ptiidie ou inatiers and things. Since la-t I nicy antleu d tlic-e s'roets, I have tiin ml nvtr the Pacllic Slopes and Utah. I enm back now, nub my viroro unimpaired, but I've got to git some new clothes. Muny Chung- s has taken place even durin' my shut t ulisctiee, & sum on nm s S i luui to c inleul pul ite. The lioii'C iu Varveek SIP- t, where 1 used to Hint d, is b in torn down, l'btl II mse, which was rendered mcmonahlit by liviu' Into it, is " piir.-m' away ! p r-iu' away!" But some of tbe timbers will no made into c inea, wh'cli will he so d to my admirers nt tha low pric i of ouo th llur t acfi. Tbu- Is changes goin' oil cotrl'ii-rly. In ihe New Win Id It I-war-in Iho Oi l Wand pulpites is 'oiierin' ft Dyseot irics is cruiiiiilin'. These cuiu s is cheap at a dollar. Sammy Htsitli, Duiiic street, sculps my hand bills, uud he's 11 artist. lis studied in Homo Mate 01 New Yolk. I'm here to read tlie proof-sheets of my hand bills as fast as they're sculpt. You have to watch these ere prlnn rs preny close, for tbcy'ro jest as apt to spel a wurd wrong as nnyb-iw. But I have lime to look round sum, & how do I find tilings f I reiuru to tijo A'lltltic stites iipcr s ubstuie. cf t. u months, & wh it state dd I tiiid tlie country in? Why, 1 ,1011't know what Staic I lind it in. f-utllct; it to say that I do not fllui it in tbe State of New Jeisey. 1 find some things that is cheerin, partially the rctolve ou ho un of the wiiumof America to stop wcarin turiin goods 1 never meddle with my wile's things. She may wear muslin fininOreoi la id's icy mountains, and bnnil'VC' ill from Inj 's coral srruud", if she w.mts to; but I'm glad 10 state thai superior woman has svilnl oil nil her liirrin clotbus and jutnpt into fai ries of domestic manufacture. But, says some folks, if you stop importin' things, you stop tbe Revcnoo. That's u 1 right. We can stand it il the Rev. uoo can. On tbe sumo principle, young men siiuiildcontiucrto get drunk on Ficiicb biuiuly and to make their livers 18 dry as a corn-cob with Cuby cigars, because 4 soo b it they don'i it will hurt ihe Revonoo. This talk 'bunt tt c Ri venoo is of bosh, boshy. One thing 11 11 fitly cciliiin, il wo Oou't send gold out of the country , we shin I have the consolation of know ing that It is in the country. Ho I say great credit Is duo tue wiuun tor this patriotic move ; and, to tell Die trootb, tho wimin generally know what liny 're 'bout. Of ull the hies' ens ihey'ro the sooibinest. If thcre'd never bin any wimin, where would my children lie to-day ? But I hope this move will lead 10 other moves that uir just as much needed, one of which is a genial and tberrer curluiuineut of expenses nil luund. '1 he fact is, we an- gcttiii' tcr'b y extrava gant, & onless we paws in our mad career, in less Ihun two years thu godd- s.-ol liberty will bu seen Oodgin' into u pawnbroker's shop, with theo'hnr gown done up in a bundle, even if she d 'n't have lo spout the gold stars 111 her head-baud. Let ns all take hold justly, and live and dress cemsi bly; like our forefathers, who know'd more'n we do, if they wa'ut qui e sj honest! (Suttlu gonketb !) There are other cheerin' signs. Wo don't, for instims, lack great Gen'r ils, uud we sertinly don't luck I ruve sojeis but there's 0110 thing I wish we did lack, und that is our present C -ngrcss. I ventur to say that if yon soirch U idd'emity's foi tstool ull over with a teu-hoss power mixri scoh, iou won t lie ah 0 to lind such antvher pack of poppycock gabblers as the preseui Con gress ot luu (j nue 1 Mat- s of Americ 1. Gcntiemtn of ibe Sen it & ol the II mse, you've boi there and draw'd your pay and made sum mer complaint speeches long enough. Ttio country at large, Ine od.n' the uiider-lued, Is dis gusted with yon. Wbv don't you show us a eiutestnun sumoodv who can make a sicech thnt will hit the pop'lar hart rite under the fl.o tt Public wtekit i Why don't yoa alio ns a st ites. man who can rise up to the liaicrgeiK'y,aiid cave in Ihe Emergency's bead ? C"i gress, you won't do. J home, yoa mix zt ruble devils go borne! Ataspeciul Cougn ssjonal 'lection In mv dis trict, the other day, I oe ib'rltly voted for Henry Clay. I admit that Henry Clay is de id ; but in a much as we don't stem to have a live states man in our National Congress, let us by all nienns bave a tirst-cluss corpse. Th. m who think that a cano mad from tho tiuibets of tbe house I once boarded In Is essen tial to their happiness, should not duluy Betidiu' the iimrey light 011 for one. Atid now, wiih a genu ine hurrir fir tho wimin' who air goin' to abandon furrin' goals, aul another for tbu patriotic every wher.-s, I'll lnavd public muticrs, uud indulge in a little; pleasant tn 111 ly gossip. ny reported capture ov tne Norm American 1 suv jis of Utah led my wide circle of friends and j creoilors to think tfcat I had 1. Id ad H) to ea t ly I things, and was a auut pluyin'on a g ilden harp. limits my rival homu was ouexpected. j It wns 11 in the evening when I reached my j Jionicstld and knockt a healthy kuo..k ou the door , ti.ttiof. ' . I A n ghf-cap thro -ted itself out of the front , chamlM-r window. (It was my Betsy's nijbt-cap.) And u vols said !- "Who is it i" "It la a man !" t answered in a gruff vols. "I don't be'bevo it!" she I. "Tbcn c me down aim sea. eh me," I replied. Theu resumln' my nat'uil voice, I stid, "Uis your own A. W., Betsy! Bweet lady wake! Kvcr of ihou !" "Oh," she said, "it's you, is It i thought I smelt something." But the old girl was glad to see tne. In ihe mornin' I found ,ptx mv family were eiiUitaiiiin'a artist froPj pnadelphy, who was there paintin' soiiiCstntai watorl'all and moun tains, and I inorein inspected he had a hankerlu' for n y oldest dai' (Cr uir. BKimiu'i(rl,)rrj) father, aald my dantor. 'Ulad to s- Tois ; "kuk' K-' v u I repireu iu a nospivuo -9'.chiHt (" Ar'artist a painter." "A,adglaiierr,'fi atku "Are you a painter war. glaaicr, th I , , . , , ,, lv dauteraiXlVlfewss mad, hot I coulda t liclp it, licit ir.acomlt.il mood. "It Is a wimucr to mo, air,. - 'con8idcriSl, what a wide-spread reputauou you have, that some of our Eastern managers don t "It's wonder to oe," said my wife, "that somelaxty don't secure him with a chaiu. After brcukfiist I went over to towu to see my old triends. '1'be editor of the Uuglt groeted ine 1 ....11.. u...i showed me the lolleriu article he'd ... m writtea about the paper ou the other side of We have recently put np In our ofllce an en tirely nt w sink, of unluue construction with two boSis, through which the soiled water may pass ta the new bucket underneath. What will the hell.hnuiirlo of tho ifierturr Say t 1 this. We shall cout-.uue to uiuke improvements as fast as ma renidlv Increaaiiiit Luslncss may warrant. Wonder whether a ccnaln editor's wife thinks she can pvlni off a brass watch-chain bn this community1 iora gold one?" ..., "Xbat," savs Ihe ediior, "bits him lives. Tliut will close him np as bad m It uia n .aatl I Oirilt.l till Silt 1 t ritllCtUllHQ " A few rlavs alter my return, I was sh iwt young mmt who s iys he'll lie I) mi if he gisos t the war. He was si rtiti' on a iiairrl, .t was In deed a 1oiilisum objek. IjiH Bund y I he rd Tarscm Batklns pn-ach, ard the good oid man prea hi s well, too, tho' his pri-yer wos rsihir lengtny. The editor of the iii'S , who was with me. s dd thai player would mshe hffeen sonnies "O'td nonpirli. I don'i ihlnk ot nothl g more M write alsnnt. Po ' D'ln ve me If all ihose endearing young charms," Ac , Ac. A. Ward.. 1 HE STEAM MARIoL uF ENQLAUD. A umber of t'.iilltt Stteninera Kmployodl Hi truss. The mercantile s tain marine of England IS Ini rf using with grc t lapld ty, and now couslsi iow consist. I, of 81,0341 and idvI y..J 01 2277 ves els. with n gross tonnage tors, or (alter deducting eng ne room and spvt cf Ibe rtgistetcd tonnage of 6:11,4)1 tons. V rrccnt l'ailiamcntaty return whleh gives tb . T II. figures also furnishes a number of facts whit u' are coiiilen-e I as f.illovs ; y jl i n w icuiisun 1 u ins. in lu-.rv- a 1. . . - .... i.Art a.sV.. .- A tlnced ss a iioiter-iil for the construction of sn 1 mers, antl air. adv the Iron steamers in the Brtnsh m rcamlle marine an- more numerous ihi.n those constrticied of wood, there being lillll built of iron lu the total of 2J"7 steamers. A im I t r in 'v in t. rlu Is coming Into use In tbe building of so 11 ti i rs, namely , stei I. Tb". nnmlur ol ves-. Is formed of ste'-l at present ooly amounts to four or live; but It is thought pro bible tl ut the tiiiuila r of vessels construc-e i of im simmer wns eonstruc i d 111 F,'mand. and already jig roiisiiitiably nitne than oue-t ntd of tho s earners, jsw in ti e no remit le murine of tins country are ens. pelli (1 bv Ihe screw. According to th" return jnei 1 ubiislu d, ihe uumbiroi screw s earners at tbe In ginning ol Ihe p e.-ent year was seven hundred ai ti nil cty two. The nf ine steamers fun- poyt-d in the irno.-oi i-.tigoiini varies irom 00 tot s to IS. III.) ti n the ln-t In ing, of course, the tnniiSge of ihe iient Eautern. Ne.-rly the w ho e of the trade bet srecn Great Btiinin and Inland, and a veiy considerable por tion ot the irade ur und the casts of tlie three kit ptlonts.is now crue l cn by mea-is .f steamers. 1 he number ol steam-vessels employed In tnese brancbis of trade may be taken a- something like lMiu. Then- should also lie Included under ibis bend nearly tbe hole of the steamers employed J in tne untie wun r r..nce, tie giiiui, ami iionano, snu a hi lion of tno-e iniployed tn the traile with ihe Atlantic porn of the Peninsula, and in the ttuee with Germany, Den mars, and the Bt nc lie nnml3r f steam.rs employed in what mnv Im- called oci an ir .lll 1 ttmona-i'd to four bntulied and sen n i -seven nt the commence ment ot Ihe present year, and mnv las safely I. ki n at npwatria ot he hunured at the present1- t me. lbttuessels may lie O'viicd into four I ll'I.C", 11 W 1 .1 - I - I'l III. II ll'Ull'lltr. 1 M" IIIB. Ill these c.asees consists of vesso s of from five htin- ilrttl lo one thoiis md tons. I'hcse auioon'ed at the la-ginning ol the present yeart two hundred and sixty -eight, ai d Include a I rge portion of tie tiiuiers empoMil In ihe t-ade witri the Midlti rr.nean, the Aiinu Ic, the Back Sea, the Bahic, ai d tlie Hans.-, Towns ot Germany. - Tbe vtssiis which maybe considered ocean stennii rs, in Ihe strict seu-e of tho term, are ves le tnl between PNiO a d 40 10 tons. The steam ers of th s clas- from 10 KJ to WOK) tons burthen en oi ntid to 158. I'l this numia r were a few of Ihe soem-rs employed in Hie trade wlm Aino r ca. When that truoe commenced, vessels of 1200 tons were considered sullicientiy large, and 1b.1t WAS tilt! size 0! 'he stcauiQis In Ihe original Cunard contrart. But the steamers employed Inj thl traiti. with Anier-eA h..A InerA ised in miUfnU. tnde tvety three or tour years, und there are now 60 vessels of upw.rds ol 2000 tons employed la keepit g up the communication (or tho mills and tirst-clit'S passcngirs between Europe aud Ame rica. Tbe number of vessels of from 2000 to liOVO tons is stnti d In the return to be 48; and tbe 1 umber abovo 3000 tons is stated to he 7. But this class of vcs-eU is increasing rapidly, and the-e figures full cons-deiab.y short of ihu real number of steamers of this class now on the ocean. 1 he Great Eastern Is still far ahead of all other vessels, htr tonnage being not less than lb,!'!) tons. But she tins been 100 unfortunate ss a lOinmcrcl il speculation tu give rise to auy imi tations. The largi st cla s of s earners that hive t hitherto been employed with profit aud ad van- tage seaicely riso 10 the magnitude of 1000 tons. In tbe win like muiine of eiv gland one or two vi sscls buve been constructed of the magnitude, of b'000 tt os. An English paper adds that "it is Impossible to consider the nliove facts wi'hont coming to- ine cobciusion tn t tne 1n1rod11pti1n.1i 1 11m tav gatiou followed, as it has ow n, by tbe appli- r.ulh.11 ul iron tn ihu miiii..Hu. i.f ulil.i-hiill.lin.. and tbe inlrmiuctiou of tbe screw lu the pia e of tbe paoale-wheil, bave giv n fresh Impulse and an additional sci utttv lorthennr.il gr utiiess ol the country . Iron steamers rein In ura to rule laie u' tnu iu 10c piltcc in llll-e ves-uis U'llll Ul a. hi ait ot oak, in which Nelsou and Blake gained I their victories; nnd ti e country wbicb carries 1 the builuli g 01 iron ves-els 10 the greatest perfec- J lii n wi I be 'be country that, wi 1 rule the seas. il Il lu OVn.. .I,,l,ir..l l.u ..m nC n-IMI..... ? s s. uu...,i.ini, iti s inn .stl Ul Bl 'llieijf hosbein so much increased, whether swiftness will not hi come as great an cement of naval power ns stiength, and whether 1 b it nation wlUv not possess the command of the sea, which has) the great! st number uf swltt Iron steamers capa-, hie t.f carrying one or two heavy guns apiece. Should It come to this, the iron -to imcrs of the British men-ant le marine may h ive as much , liilinei ce In pri s- rving the nav,.l power of Eng land as ibe woodep merchant vessel of our an-, cestors bad in creuiing it. JJ E N n Y A. ! 1 I. IZ, ( GATJGER AN I) COOPER, Tio. 8OB H. WATriU Htreet, Below Walnut atreot, PUILAlitLI'IA. Imitation Brandy and Wine t'aska, and all kinds at - Work made of Old and New Htulf alwava an aandor tosde to order. f COAL PACKED IN nOCWUEVDs) FOB BHrPPIJia. J All kinds ofTrtmining punctiiAUv attaadad to. lyi-W - - ... ....I. j I AX PORT XJ I BltANDII' H. WINE S.' KTO. Ihe lubicrlbtr tnformtt tha pnbiio tht h it dnpoilnf f j om inrt.nu wvii i-ifg wi iasu in OLD BRANDY, GIN, PORT WINE, 8HERR? AND MADEIRA WINES, At wsoleaale prlcaa Tbase are ironi th- old Htoekon haorl. rnre'iaseta wulnna a auperior arllcl- tor prlvala use I wouiu uo waa 10 can ai HENKY HUDDf'8 Wholeaaia Wine aad Lhiaor Store, Mo. 149 N rlsXUKU Htroat. balow Bua, : PhiladeluoJa. Jyg-lra QON WA Y'H - 0Y8TEB BAY SALOOH... 8. W. OOllNtR or SECOND AKT) CIIESNUT STREETS, JyK-lra riiiLAiir.LPHiA. O I No. 631 CHESNUT STREET, PUILADICLPIIIA. This IIoue Is kepi 00 tbe European Plan 1 tha Raoss t are convenient aad weU vauUlAtud. '1 Oe Koala luaui vuw t all lu.urw. 01 aaa. ., , 1 Jli 111 VOi rj 1st a s-a . invi -i 1 ri'HK SUBSCKIHEK8 HA V Is abbuijiaibj g X tlienuelvea touelher uader the arm or V'lro' f HVKEMAN CO.. andwiu comlnua the Car HulldJS I Iluslueaa la all Ha braneoaa, ft the o d aalabUsluoaS eoruso-, TWlLH-f-llibt .IIAMI yONtroeta. UKOItliK K. Ill M-lrn O W. ClllbDK. anOUHTY'S TEA WAKEHUUSK. E3i Cbobs. VJ-mkwaU . PlokUw aad n,Uah and Baislok Al. .n,;. rnUUi g,,,,,, j .vy ktessea put an with cjr. u.K,lr JOSHUA U. OOIIHTT. BPETS, MATl'INGS, OILCLOTHS AN. CA Window ihadea, from New York Aaetlssn salu i.ltgbUy wrt.y-Mas-nllloent ' J r,,aJitetf la'H.lf'sJ and 1 7M lath''". Sv't'iir. I . Wl.le. 70, tl and Sn tenia i 6 4, and J V"'. L....I.. ,rl.vaa. ImiHilial UaTeWia. -'.'" T . T K. ' ....... r.. -;--r . ai.i l,.t diiove W aaoat, ofpoait. Uora tUcoaoa. . Iy7-nia .... , . 11. u i x o n . Pk Ho SI a KI'lUTn Bcreet, 1 DBAI.KK IN KANl'V AND IOILRT OOODB. ' UMIlUULlsAa AJiO PAUAOOLti, , Fans. Bead Presaea, . ' - sraaiuk Jewelry, Leatliar Uoodi, f , WorkBrnaa. V Bedi,4c.,o, " '' - uuiiMar tins msteiial wi 1 Increase 11 iniiib si"aner I iiuniiiv ol steel (ui.iei-il. 1 moru thin ou- I ba I ) la ing nqniiHl to civ tne. s tne anion it of it 1 111. tb in resi tun sh ck- and n ows tb m is re- ' 1 quiii 1I01 iron. In one case mere is a co in t no- th n ot sb el pint s sitii iron be ms. fa. li Is also only a few y ms since the first screw & K.-rr."rs,TAnj ui veneoaa. eiaa. ai r anlnsl'l .l rU. 11 1 D. " r. j n if Su n m I 1 1 -