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TRICE TWO CENTS.
KUIADEIJMIIA, W VA )NESI)AY, AUGUST 3, 1864.
ritlCE TWO CENTS.',",
THIRD EDITION.
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FROM riiTEItSBUHG.
JIIOIILY IMl'OUTAT.
REMOVAL OF GEN. MEADE.
SnJZRRL HOOKER HIS SUCCESSOR.
that. I
eiHlnl to The Evening; Telco-rniih.
Washiinoton, Angust 3. It seems to be gene
rally understood that Mnjor-General Hooker if
ordered to commund the Army of the Pot unae,
otne say to tako General Monde's position, re
lieving that General.
Army.
It Is learned from authoritative sources that
Saturday's right folly estahll-hed the fact that all
f Lee'a army ia in front of Petersburg.
Uftirrnl Emory.
Brigadier-General Kmory la ordered (o retain
Umporary command of tlio 10th Array Corps.
Mewpir IUort.
The New York llrruld of to-day lias the fol
lowing from Washington :
The reaction consentient n pontile antieii a'ioni
of agrtatvictoiy at Pet-r-liurg, caused by the
accounts Ant received of the sue, ess which at
tended the commencement of the assault, h is
erea'ed a feeling of temporary despondency which
is Dot warranted by tlie actual altuation. Al
though ibat anna n It proved a failure, yet ic does
not by any mi aim end the campaign.
One of I lie principal muses of the hesitation on
the part of the troops which led to iho disaster,
waa the bel'ef that had taken possession of tho
soldiers that the hill which tiny were expected
to take, and which tbi-y could have taken and
which commanded the Kchel works and the town,
and could have been held, bad been previously
mined by the Ilcoels.
For this reason the troops could not he Induced
to finish their work, and a demoralization w ig
created which lost the fruits of victory when it
vis within their grasp.
General Grant's confidence In final sitccesa Is
sot lessened by this reverse, and it can only
delay, not defeat final victory
FROM FREDERICK.
IM'KKIOSriNt; IN 10 w H.
REBELS AT HAGERSTOWN.
GEN. EARLY CERTAINLY REINFORCED.
.-SS-Stftr-
perll to like Evenlnir Trlcirrnpli.
Washington, August 3 The Wnr has tho
following : "Frederick, Md., Aug. 2. I arrived
hero last night, on my way to Hagerstown, but
have been unable to reach that place, as no stages
haTe been running for throo days. Au attempt
will be made, however, to-day to get a stage
through.
"The Rebels, to the number of throe hundred
cavalry, paid Ilagerstowwa a visit again last
Friday, about 3 o'clock F. M., and, after a skir
mish in the streets of tho town with Cole's Mary
land Cavalry, took possession of too place and
remained until dark.
"I learn that two corps operating at Petersburg
were both moved to tbo Shenandoah valley to
reinforce Early. That these were the two corps
in our front at Malvern II ill is not lnurobaulo,
and ia confirmed by statements in Richmond
papers; but that these corpa have been detached
for an important movement ug.iinst Washington
or Into Maryland or Pennsylvania, wo shall have
serious doubts until those reports have been more
ful y conllrmed."
Capta'n Henry Janson, l'-HU Illinois Cavalry,
by order of General Banks has b:on dismissed
the sen-Ice.
LATE FROM NEW ORLEANS.
TWO UNION VICTORIES.
THE FREE STATE CONVENTION.
ARRIVAL OF PRISONERS.
New Yobk, August 3. The steamer Yazoo,
from New Orleans on tho 27th, arrived to-day.
A raiding party of Texans, on tho 23.1, were
whipped opposite Natchez, losing several men
and all their horses. Some 300 mounted Rebels
mere badly defoated a few days since, 35 miles
iron Baton Rouge. Twenty were killed, and
one hundred and fifty stand of arms and four
Rebels wero captured, with all their ammunition.
The new Constitution will be submitted to the
people on the first Monday of September.
Thomas P. May, editor of tho Tinut, and Sub
Treasurer, baa beeu arrested and sentenced to
ten days In the parish prison for vilifying the
Convention and pouting Union reverses on his
bulletin lioord to operate on the gold market.
The Convention passed a resolution recom
mending the President to remove him, and be
has beeu released front prison.
All the troops in New Orleans started up the
river on the 2(Sth. It Is rumored the Rebels are
advancing on Morganzla.
About nine thousand exchanged Union prisoners
arrived here on tho 24 tb, terribly emaciated, and
almost naked. Amongst them wero Colonel
Burrell, 42d Massachusetts, and Major Anthony,
2d Rhode Island ; also, Aetlng-Maslor Weeks, of
tho gunboat Clifton. A nuiiilair of naval otlicora
were also with the released prisoners.
General Banks la still at New Orleans, more
popular than ever with the Free State men.
The Election la York.
Yoiik, August 3. York borough gives fivo hun
dred and twenty votes far the Constitutional
amendments.
The citizens of the borough have already sub
scribed over three thousand dollars for the Charn-
fccrkburg sufferers.
Marine IHxtuttrre.
Pomri.ANn, Maine, August 3. Considerable
damage was done here yesterday by a severe
niinu. (several vessels uragaou tueir anchors,
ono brig going ashore.
Knlllng- of Htenmrr.
IWrow, August 3. The F.uropa aallod for
j.iverpooi iuis morning wuu y uou in specie.
. The business and population of Nashville
liave largely increased during the past year; but
the I'nion complains of tho prevalence of "vice,
immorality, crime, corruption," Kc.
The Cleveland Vlaindeah-r compliments :he
Cincinnati Enquirer as "a mere worn-out hand-
or7an, wheezing oat one set of tunes, to tho inU
nite annoyance of the people' and at having but
v one principle, to break up the Democratic party.
. 1 An informal meeting of the book trade of
,i eA(n oas bun held to consider the matter of
yean, ut revenue which is ao ambiguous that
Nuts a .!, 'rioM interpretations aa regards their
fc.Btrd brvud, C siauos tney appear to ue ouiica
I butter. Eat noS.Ptrceat.
as tb patient la thrtryV .
K ive spfcringly broWd b..,
, buttr oaly the J Ice to be airatt
yaie when ueeewar,. If ihs above U
tri.Uy fciv - , o marks of smallpox
.mo. ' ,
ARMY OF POTOMAC.
BURYING THE DEAD.
Vahhivoton, Angust 3. A Ic'tor from tho
hadiinnrtera of the army, dated August 1, P. M ,
says A Hug of truce was ullowid this men
Irg, from 5 to 9 o'c'ock, to bury tho doad and
bring off the wouuded.
Very few men were found alive the most who
were living yesttrday having died last uight.
Not more than a dotcn were brought In, anJ few
f them are expected to recover.
1 he ground In front of the crater, for a distant
of aboui two hundred yards, whs thickly coverod
with dead, the greater poriion being colored. I
counted one hundred and eighty of the litter, and
about forty-five white, all of whom were buried
on the apoL
The reason of the great disp irtly between the
white and colored troops was tbo fact that the
tire from the enemy's guns on both flanks was
concenirated on this ground, after tho whites hud
charged across It; and when the colored division
crossed the spot they were actually mmvo.l down
with canister. Anil, also, hen they retreated,
they fell in doiens, the shirpshootcrs being
nnable to disturb the gunners.
The work of burying the dead was not coin
pletcd till about balf-past ten o'clok, when the.
truce erased, and flung was opened by the Kooela
in ten minutes after.
Gmcra:e llushro-l Johnson, A.'P. Hill, Mahono
and Sanders were on the field, laities numerous
oftleers ef Interior grade.
Major Gcrady, of General Mahone's start", h1
charge of the Hag on their side, and M i.jor Jas.
E. 1 oran rbargo on ours, an 1 conducted tho
affair very much to the saii-f.ic'ion of all con
cerned.
The enemy buried the dead oti their side of tho
line, and carried the wounded t the rear. They
claim to have 1200 prisoners Including the
wonnded in their possession. They state their
loss to have been alout but this ia nnt cre
dited here, as in charging to re.' vcr the worka
they lost heavily.
General Tlartlctt and Colonel M irsball aro pris
oners In Petersburg, and tinharm d.
A rumor prevailed that a force of Rebel cavalry
were seen moving towards onr left, but nothing
has been developed In that direction.
Some telegraph operators of the !(th Corps were
placed under arrest this morning, and aro to he
tiled by court-martial, ohargii with making
known the contents of a de-u: U to outside p ir-
ties.
Npvelitt to Tbei t'.vrnlnir IVIa'icrnph.
Wasiunhton, August 3. Ily the arrival of
tho mail steamer Vanderbilt wo have news from
General Grant's army up to yesterday morning.
During tho ling of truce on Mouday we buried
between our lines and those of the. enemy two
hundred and seventy-eight of our killed, and
brought in twenty wounded.
The enemy claims to have captured nine hun
dred prisoners in Saturday's tight, and says that
their own loss was very small, which was not tho
case, though of courso, since wo were tho assault
ing party, we lost much more heavily than
they did.
As the Vaniltrbilt left City Point yesterday
morniug, tiring was heard In tho direction of
Petersburg, though not so heavy as to indicate a
general engagement.
I have just conversed with an olllcor who has
been scouting with his cavalry command in the
vicinity of Rockville, Tonally town, and the
lower fords of the Potomac.
TO-DAI'S WASHINGTON ."CEW3.
Spcilal Dr.p;il lies to Ktcnlns Telegraph.
WAsiitsi.rosr, August 3.
KbeN In the Vultey.
rrctty conclusive in'elliaence is at hand,nhow-
Ing that most of llarly's forces h ive reoccupud
Vitichestcr, he having his hend taarten there.
Rcbt I cavalry Is still on the line of the Railroad.
The report telegraphed North last night that a
Rebel Cavalry force had crossed the Potomac,
and yesterday captured the Frederick stage, is
antrne. The stage waa not captured, and a
thorough search made for the last throo days has
failed to disclose evon a guerilla within ton miles
of Rockville.
Mobuby'a men might make a dash across the
Potomac, but they rciniiu only a short ti ne,
such Is the disposition of troops which have been
made lo meet such an exigency.
Moreby doubtless knows tins through his
parties of observation, which are continually
aeouting along the southern Kink of the Poto
mac. Raid panics at Rockville have become
ludicrously popular of late.
Information was received to day that a Rebel
cavalry force, two thousand strong (probably
MtCausland's), waa between General Wright's
front and General Aver ill's column, moviug
rapidly for the Potomac.
Blorknde ef I'niNsliin Purts.
It bus been ulHclally announced to the State
Department, that In conseUcuci of the expira
tion of the suspension of hostilities between Den
murk and the Gorman Pow ers, the blockade of
certain Prussian ports In the R tltic, as well as
that of porta and lulets on the Must coast of tho
Duchies of Schleswig and llolstcln, has been re
turned. IMi-nilnir liicl.letit.
A few days since tho President waa presented
with a very beautiful Shepherd Chock Plaid,
sent to him from Edinburgh, S otlaud, by Mrs.
Anne Williamson, an old lady of bl. It was
niunufuctured at Tcllocoutrie, near Stirling, a
place justly celebrated for i's beautiful turtans
and checks. The append, d correspondence
shows that in tho laud of "brown heath and
shaggy wood" our cause is wttt bed with no or
dinary interest ;
KlM.SBI'l:ill, July .-() lull) ITMldenl : As ono
p n lniri'd iii your pri'-ni truwi. 1 tru.t tho
i. d will tjl... all y.'iir ,.dnv..i ,r liic pmrc ,i jrutir
cotintiy and tlie l'iceliii ui il,o As Uils luluir U
writif n b an uM luii; a ki. Inn it you will ovrlo.K
I in ini'rli'clltiiH ; sihI.wmIi v mh! ovi-lie fur yon and
juun'aiuiij, 1 am yuur vtr .rrvant.
Anns Williajsok.
The following Is tho President's reply ;
1:x.ci-tiVk Mansion, WAsnlft.iov, .Inly .l, lHiil. nlrs.
Aiiiiu Wl.liiiUiiion.MdilHai : '1 bo plslil yon kotni mo is
just now plm -d in uiy liundH. I Dittiik you fur that pn'tty
and usiillll iriACIil, but .till Ulur tot ttluHO K'ud wl.hOi to
inj.i-lt and our country which uriiuit:d you lo ir'Sut It.
lour ooeuK'Ui aorvani,
A.L1MOULS.
FBOM EALTIMOEE TO-DAY.
Bprcial Dttvalch to The I cening Trffjrapk.
Ualtimori:, August 3. Tho friends und rela
tives of Harry Gilmor, in Baltimore, positively
asstrt that he Is still alive.
There aro no Rebel invaders In Maryland now.
Tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
are preparing to ropair the road again.
A country paper in Maryland remarks:
"Next summer our farmers will have replaced
their lost horses and cattle and hogs, and will
have harvested another crop of grain, and If Brad
ford continues to bo Governor, the Rebels will
come ugain and carry them oil."
Governor Morton, of Indiana, ia evidently
determined to disconcert hi competitor, Me
Donuld. Not only does be proclaim McDonald's
antl-slMTery record, but he thus ahowa np his
equivocal position In relation to the Rebellion:
"If Mr. McDonald is in favor of suppressing
this Rebellion, compelling traitors to yield obe
dience to the laws, and preserving tho Union of
our fathers, it would be I lie easiest thing iu tho
world to say ao. A Union man ia never mis
umlcrstood, and is always able to express himself
without circumlocution of speech, and docs not
ltuve his hewers more puzzled thun before."
BATTLE WITH THE RAIDERS.
THEY ATTACK GEN. KELLEY
THEY ARE DEFEATED, WITH LOSS.
FRr.W'.Ru k, Md., August 2, 9 30 P. M.
General Kelley was attacked at CiimberUnd
jeierdav, ut 4 o'clock 1' M , by a luriro fjn e
uiubr llmdley Johnson and McCausland.
Afu r a cerr liftht of m-veral hoars' duration,
he ci'nipli te'y rniitod the eneinv. capturing scvo
ral caissons, a great many waironi, and a vjut
amount of pluuder which they had stolen in
Pennsylvania.
IbeYnemy is in full retreat towards Old Town,
and General" Kelley if pursuing hnn. .Vir l'ir4
Tnbunr,
AKMY OF POTOMAC.
ADDITIONAL DETAILS OF
THE LATE REVERSE.
Tin: mmii rortr.
Nisiit Akmy foxi-si, IIkioui: Pki khshi ho,
August I, A. M. Tlie only noteworthy in idi nt
which has transpired since the late light w is a
llait ot'tiucc wh en General lliirnsiile scot to the
emni) yesterday with view to recovering the
wi unoed unit Burying the deid lying between
the lines, and whom it bad Ih'cii lmpossitile, to
approach owing to the continued limit. M jor
1 . dig, of thcGrneMl's siatl, with Surwon II "gan,
Miilie il Director of the 1st Hivisi m, and Sur
geon Wlihe, of tho 7tU Massachusetts, accoiu
paiiliil the ting.
Alter some little signalling, the Rebels acknow
ledged it and c.iiuo forward to meet it. The
olll eisvvbo met It w ire the uiiil'irm ono m i
colonel, ihe o.lnr of a captain, liny refused,
howi vcr, to irive ih 'lr iiauies. The comiuuni a
tion was ri eel red and forwarded by tlioin to cite
authority wuu wno.u the poA-ir resin, bur no
answer lias as yet been rev ived. O.ir oill.t rs
sou ulit permission to succour the wounded while
waiting, and it was granted. Accordingly i tin
poor fellow., who had been Ij ing on the ground
ticaily twenty -four hours a portion of the time in
the bln.mg sun were given eieli a drink of
br.indy.
The crater of the mined fort w is plainly in
view ; but the Rebels relu-ed to allow any ap
proach to it, and the wonnded near it were sup
nlkd l y the Rebels themselves. Tho armies of
the wounded were aeful. I liable t move, not
dam to m ike oven a signal, lest it would attract
u n unfriendly bullet, they had lain twenty-four
hours without food or water. The two P-ist days
have beeu the warmest, as yet, of this siiiuni r,
and thev were uiiioct.'d to the merciless rays of
a scotching sun. Tne dead prcsen ed a siokcuiog
sight. There were both white men and negroes;
but now it is dilllciilt to distinguish them anart.
Their bodies were swollen and bloated, und
thi Ir laces bli ekened by the sun. About twenty
livinn and one hundred and litty dead are lying
between tbo lines. l'p to the present time no
answer has beeu received. The signal agreed
upon lor the announcement of an answer by the
enemy was tbu display in the daytime of a white
tl.ig, or a night the blast of a bnn'lc iu frout of
then wurks.
Our oillccrs and those who received them con
versed for s tne together, and throuU this
means we learn that General flirtlettls unhurt.
but a prisoner, tin wooden toot was shuttered
bv a ball, precluding the possibility of walkini:.
and when captured he had to be borne away on
a stretcher. Au Incident is related of klm while
I b his brigade In the frout. A Rebel o:tl er,
ho hail boldly pushed forward to tnu cra'er, at
tacked Major Uregjf, of tho 4.1th Pennsylvania,
and after a short contest was run through by tho
Major, who then found himself unable to dis-
eugaKe bis sword.
tbo General bad lieen a witness ot the ren
t-outre, and, now unbuckling his own sword,
said ."Hi re, Major, take my sword ; you knvtiv
how to use it."
Colonel Marshall, lltli New York, Is also a
priooucr, and unhurt.
Ot'H LOSS.
A new estimate places our loss at not less than
three thousand, of whom one thousand three.
but dred ale prisoners, the llobels claim to
have raptured fourteen llaus. 1 he .iTtti Massa
chusetts Regiment sull'eroil more than any other,
anu is now under c iminund of I. euten uit U.ity,
who tour days ago was a sergeaut. lie is now
the only commissioned olllcor with the com
mand. Tbo It n Rhode Island and 31st and 3 id
Mulne were almost outirely captured. Dr.
Vlcki rs, assistant surgeon ot the notli Pennsyl
vania, w.is wouuded severely in the leg.
A llltir.F REVIEW Or RECENT Ol'KllATIONS,
Citv Point,. Auvrust 1. Tho result of recent
military opt rations here can be briefly recorded.
Wo iransterred Hancock's lnl'an'ry anil Slieri
dan'a cavalry to the uorth bank of the James
river a few days ago, and captured four pieces of
artillery and a few prisoners and sumds of colors.
Tbo enemy were deceived I n.o believing this a
ri al attack upon Richmond, and sent fully twenty
five thousand men from Petersburg through
Kirbn ond to thut vicinity.
Hancock was withdrawn nmler cover of dark
ness on Friday n'gbt, and his whole corps moved
b a forced march to the Petersburg front, in
IluriiHiiie's rear, before daylight 011 Stturdiy
morning. At ten minutes before five the mine
exploded, blowing tho Rebel fort to atoms and
engulfiug between one and two hundred of the
2Jd South Carolina Regiment, in its blackened,
smoking, yawning debris. UuUJ'ew of this num
ber escapt d. An assault wussuOsuiiuontly made,
which succeeded in carrying a ihjht lino of
bieastworka in rear of tho fort.
The assaulting column attempted to storm tho
only remaining line, on tho crest of tho hill, a
few roils further on, and were bloodily and tcrri
bly repu ted. Tbo negro regiments In front lite
rally ran over the white troops iu their rear In
their fi antic attempts to oscupe. We occupy
to-day substan ially the same ground that we did
the lore part of last week.
Owing to the importance attached to the matter
by the press and people of the North, justice re
tinites the statement that no prjoect ever pro
mised mote favorable results. Kvery conceivable
precautionary measure was taken to insure sue
cess.nnd othe rs aro alike surprised aud tnortilied
at our failure to cany the enemy's entire lino,
and possess ourselves of Petersburg.
The moving of Hancock and Sheridan to Deep
Rot'om was nothing but a feint to deceive tho
enemy and cover our real designs. For this pur
pore both infantry aud cavalry were -marched
across from Petersburg to Deep U.ittom by d iv
light, to aHiird the Rebels an opiortunity of dis
covering the movement. Nearly all the trans
portation of tho army was called in requisition
for a day or two, aud miles on ru les of stx-mulo
teams and army wagons were marching iu the
eamo direction, but a.l unloaded.
It succeeded to the extent of causing Lee to
transfer a lHrgo number of troops variously es
timated at from twenty to thirty thousand from
Petersburg to Richmond, with the utmost hts-e.
lie clearly believed a 'ormidiblo attempt on II ch
monil was intended, from the uorth side. This
delusion was kept up until the last miuuto, and
on Friday night Hancock withdrew, and bv a
forced march placed himself within supporting
distance 01 liuruside by daylight.
Thus far all the combinations proved faultless.
Our entire army was tinder arms, ami a m ij irity
of four corps w ere in line of battle witbiu a mile
of the mine when It exploded. It was believed
then that the Rebel force iu Petersburg was a
weak one. It is now known to have numbered
only three divisions. The destruction of the
Rebel fort was complete; the surprise of the
Rebels perfect
Why their frightened and .flying troops wero
not vigorously pursued, pressed, aud routed
immediately alter the explosion of the mine, and
before they had titno to recover from the panto
and resist our onset, may well be asked, but is
not ao easily answered. Many truths are not
easily deducible ; many others are very unpalata
ble. The ulluir la quostiun furnishes many of
both classes, and the record of this atl.ilr w ill
never be couiptcto till the muzzle of military
authority is removed from conscientious cones
poudouts. Arte York Herald.
One of tho Kindergartens iu Boston has
adopted the aystein of graduating tho echool
hours to tho age and advancement of the pupils,
and the results have been most favorable. The
youngest children come only from 9 to 12 A. M.,
those next them como one hour In the afternoon
also, and the oldest two hours,
Mrs. Edward Edwards, of Mahoning county,
Obio, died last week from Injuries received at
Ihe hands of her husband. Thoy had been at a
picnic, and dittlcnlty occurring between them,
the wife threw three atones at her husband. The
lutter took np ono of the stones, and, hurled It
back at the wife, when it struck her on the fore
head, producing injuries from which, ia a few
days afterwards, the died.
FIFTH EDITION!
LATER FROM WASHINGTON.
DUNGS OF RiaSEBrS GUERILLAS!
ALL ABOUT EAKLY'3 ARMY
J I SV'V XtSti INTIII3 "WHBA.T.
A SPY TO BE HUNC.
Ete., T'.ip.,
T.tf., T.t., EU., T.Ui., Etc
Mn.bv'4 Unerllln.
Wasiiimiton, August 3. Yesterday morning
it half-post teven o'clock. Moseby, at the head
of :.'i0 gurrlllas, passed through Lee-burg, going
west.opparently towards Ashhy'e Gap. They hud
with them fifty-four horses, stolen in their lute
Incursion across the river. A squ id of fifty of
the siiine gang passed through the same place an
hour later and were pursued by some of our
cavalry, and four of tho Rebel guerillas killed,
rrlsiinrrs frsin l'-trbnrer.
Ibis morning twen'y-two Rebel oillccrs, cap
tured at Petersburg on tho 21'tb, arrived here
from City Point. Among thorn is oue stall' oHleer,
one major, and five captains.
Mulrttionf 01 it Derler.
The following Information ia derived from a
Rebel officer, who desortcd Karly's army yes
terday, and came Into our line). Tho Rebel
cavalry force now o;K'riiting in the valley and up
the river number eiht thousand eil'octive 111011.
They havo all la'en remonn'od and equipped
recently, and arc under the command of llmdley
T. Johnson aud McCausland. The infantry
forcea are under F.arly, who says he Is deter
mined to bold the valley at all hazards. His forces
In the valley ate engaged In threshing wheat, and
he retains every tenth bushel : also levying a tax
for the labor performed in securing tho crop.
Parly's force numbers thtrty-flvo to forty
thousand men, this olll 'er says. Tho Rebel
major, Harry Gilmor, w ho was reported killed
at Chumbcrsburg, Is alive and well, and wis at
Shephcrdstown yesterday morning with a small
detachment of his command.
Niy to bs llunir
William H. Carter, a citl.en of Maryland, con
victed as an spy, Is to be hung on Friday, in tho
yurd of the Old Capitol Prison.
DEFEAT OF M'CAUSLAND.
Tho Itobcl Raidora Routod.
Wasiiinoton, August 3. The extra ttepubliran
says that despatches from Harper's Ferry, datod
at 0 ,10 P. M. yesterday, state that McCanslaud,
with a force of cavalry and artillery, attacked
Averill and Kelley at Cumberland with great
fury, evidently expecting to demolish them.
The Rebels wero promptly received and re
pulsed, and completely routed. Averill captured
several caissons and a large number of wagons
heavily laden with spoils taken by the raiders in
Pennsylvania.
It waa also reported that one piece of artillery
wns taken from tho Rebels.
FOURTH EDITION.
MOVEMENTS OP REBEL
RAIDERS.
HACERSTOWN PILLACED.
THLY OCCUPY MARTINSBURG.
f)pixlnl to The Evening TrlrarrMBh.
Washington, Angust 3. The Rohela entered
llagerstown yesterday, and, after pillaging the
place, recros6cd tho Potomac. They aro again
In considerable force at Martinsbnrg, having
moved up from Winchester.
Advices from tho Army of the rotomac state
that all the dead and wotindod are cared for.
General Sheridan came np on a brief visit
to-day.
EUROPEAN NEWS.
STKAMS1HP "1IRKMES" AT JiKW Y0KK.
SCHLESWIQ-HOLSTEI 5 AFFAIR.
PEACE NEGOTIATIONS.
Nkw Yobk, August 3 The steamship Bremen
from Southampton, on the 20th ult., arrived hero
this afternoon.
The news has been generally anticipated via
Cupc Race.
Garibaldi left Isclil on tho 19th for Caprcro,
All the Islands on the West Coast of Schleswig
are now in tho pon-Ossieu of tho Allies.
Peace negotiations were probably commenced
at Vienna on July l'J.
l ouiinrrrlwl Inlrlllenre
I.ivkiu'ool, July 19. Tho sales of Cotton ycS
letdny and to-day amount to Itt OOO bales, in
cluding bHOO bides on speculation. Tho market
is sternly. Hreadstulfs. Wheat has advancod Id.,
und I'lour is ud. better. Corn also had advanced.
Nnrkrls by Trleirrnpta.
TI.m.timoiik, August 3. I'lour dull at $'lfi'i0
1'ur llnKA'd Hitvut niifrtllii. Wheal stc-a'lrt sslet At
oi mi t.ii.iii'it at t'2 It lor ki'Ulucky wnltc. Cora llriu at
l -Hri.rso.
Ni.w Yoiik, Aug. 3 I'lour declined .')! 10c;
talcs ul ll.Sisitililt at tl l'.lmlu 15; Olim, IU-JmiMK; Suiilh-
em, I" liSH I.I nun, r.ii. iin.mi-.iini. im
fli'cllhiPK; sale unimKrunt. llecf ilull. I'orM ktutvy at
H i.ijti .'.0 Laid Una ut uJlc. Wlil.kv dull Uccei.l ,
K lunr. IH.CiO bull.i Coru.oe.WO tiualioln; Vi
Vliust, 7U.UUU
LATEST MARINE IXTELLICEME.
Cf.KAKKD THIS UOBS1SH.
nr,lf He). Wild. 1, W aller, New t urk.J. K. RazlcyaiOu.
liny Aibtrt (Ur.), ii vine, iJemarara, T. Watlson a isjiu.
ling kui-li. Ower.s, Kunrcib Mnarue, J. It . AuntMnt.
Ilnif W. Burnliaui. Tliurnluli, Purl ItOTsI, K. A.SouilfrAro.
A lir '. II htrulia, Tyler, Ui.il. m. Illnkl.lnn, llranfl A I'o.
bi nr filvcr Alusuct, l'crrj , lloslua, WaiiuauiAclior A. Mux
It wilt.
fivi. W..I Wlml. Itltchltii. Kurtiosa Uonron. H. A.AdHnn.
H.lir 11. M. fries. Hilly. 1'ij inoalli, J. li. A O. 8. ltoiptler.
Bchi C. A . Oelner, VuunK, 1'roviUi'iiee, do.
Hi l,r II. W. WHllunien, W oln, Umtou, D. PoorBoii f!o.
Hi lir lliTiilne,('liaiilln, I'nvldmco, l. Audmirlrd & Cn.
Hulir (turdelis Kenktrk, Wuaver, Uualuu, llaucrull, Lu la
8 ifirj".' McC'laln, Mcflaln, Alezsndrla, Tyler Co.
Hclir H. M. Htiaddiok, Aruo d, loitrosa ktourus, do.
hclir KoaillnK Hit. So. 19, Viultll, do. do.
H.-tir 1' ,luiie, Kowland, TroTldt-uce, t'aptuln.
Stir C. W lwU, Htiort, Koatou, Claau.
AKKIVEI) THIS IfORNWA
Brie fan Antoi.iii.Jai k.D, 10 da;a iruu hew Orleusi,
in bal sal to llonry Hinioiia.
Hi Ik' Abbla Kllin.uiiiaore, 4 days rroui New lark, In
Ijallast Hi Twolla A t'o. , M
Hchr A. Iinaimond, Pains, T days flora Boston, with
m, tie In Kennedy, Hlaira Co.
Ruhr V. I). Cumin. Meltk,4 days frorarrovldeoeo.wltli
niUsetoCriiwi-lltCollllia.
Bieaniar Vulcan, Morrison. H hours irons New York,
tlthudsstoW.tf Bau-.laCo.
Hleauer Kannie. Keumn.M hours from Xew York, w ith
tu.u 10 W. M. llaird Co.
Kiemiier J.8. llnckwell, Kdwarda.J days Ron Waati
uialou, D. C, b uidas to W. At. Bulrd Co.
AT qi:akantivk.
Brl Thomas Walioj, n-uaa St. Hum, with molausa aud
l0Hrig Bpoedaway, Alhertua, rreio lMwe lloi, with Bo-
'""cu'i Lsili Kich and John, both frvW rnjacol
Cm EJTIILLI0EN0E.
PTATt OF TMRHMOMaYTIB To DAT. 8I A. M,
7H. Koon, WsJ. 1 p. M., 87. Wind, W. 8. W.
THE COKSTiTuTlO
VOTirS3 VICHXICllIJAV.
THE SOLDIEE.3 VICTORIOUS.
VOTE POLLED IN THE CITY.
This morning the returns of the special election
held in the city yesterday for tho adoption or re
jection of the three amendments to the State
Constitution were filed in tho ofllce of the Pro
thonot.iry of the Common Plea". The c mte-t
wsa over tbo amendment which prop ises that
soldiers In the army shall be allowed to vote the
same as If at tbrir homes.
The other two amendments met with but little
opposition. The rotunis show that the services
of our brave soldiers are fully appreciated, and
that they are aa much entiilod to a voice In the
management of public all'airs as they aro to tight
for the I'nion. Tho vote gcn below is on the
first amendment, the balloting on the second and
third amendments being nearly tho same. Tne
tlrst coluinu represents the number of voU s polled
for and the second column the number of votes
opposed to granting tlie soldier this woll-do-
served privilege
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V. 8. Chkiktu!" CoMMiastow-The Christie"!
Commission baa Issued the following appeal for
contributions In aid of Its work outbe coining
national fast day :
"The doy appolnt'd by the President for
national humiliation before God, with fin?
and prater, ia close at hand. There are -one.
encouia lng indications that it will bo observed
wlih sinceie and earnest devotion throughout
the country. Would it not be In keeiHng wittt
the true spirit of that day indeed, would it not
a d our ttlier acts of rehalous worship If we
shon'd remember our seldiora In the field by
lilieral benefaction ? Thns, as with that nohle
soldier, the Centurion Cornelius, our pravers
and aim. m glit go np together aa a memorial
before Oo.l "
"Ihe Kxecntlve Commltt-e of the United
8tau s Christian Commission would suggest th it.
if practicable, a collection be taken np amonutho
psople on the day unmeet, August 4, in aid of
tlieirwork. The soldiers havo learned to lovo
and to rely upon the Commission fur bodily and
spiritual help. It would tie cruel to dlHapK)lnt
them. We feel that this leemplinticjilly the great
opportunity of the Church, and she will be vrcatltr
l.lesied in her endeavors to occupy it. The suf
lerltig i.re relieved ; the despon.leut aro cheered ;
lixs are saved ; souls aro renewed; pr judl es
Sliiist Christianity am ovenvime in a gratifying
and marvellous manner. Hut the demand upon
us Is greater than our means of moe'lmr It, a id
wou'd tie, 11 our means were increa eu tonrto u
"We mi ke this npcal in roulideuce and ho e.
nrid by the neeonof our bnvoand "uircrlng
men, and asuied by the former prompt liberality
ot their Clir stiun friends ut home. If you have
hrlptd us be'oro, you w ill the more readilv como
to our assistance now ; if you have not, may we
not B peal to you in the mime at' our armies, to
give t hi 111 this attrs'ation of your Christian sym
pathy and love
iii nilitanccs can be made to the local treasurer
nr art st to you, or 10 the General Treasurer, Joseph,
Pnttrrson, at Western Rank, Philadelphia.
"Ily order of the Kxecutlve Committee.
"Gkohob H. Ktcaiit, Cnalrman."
SrEi ial SIeeiino. The following call baa
lacn Issued by Mayor Henry, for a special moot
ing of Councils ;
" H'ierea; it baa been represented to tue that
the present omergeney lem inds legislation from
tbo Councils of Philadelphia for encouraging
recruiting, and also in reference to sunjocts
nbout to come before the General Assembly of
Pennsylvania, at the session to be held on tho
9th instant, I do hereby, in pursuance of tho
power given me by Inw, call a special meeting
ot Councils, to be held at their rr specttve Cham
bers, Chesnut street, above Flfh, on Friday,
the oili day of August Instant, at 3 o'clock P. M."
BitS'KHVisons. The following appointments of
Snpervisora have been made by the M lyor :
First Ward First Division, Joa. Ware; Second
Division. Philip II. Blohse.
Fecond Ward Charles Peak.
Thiid and Fourth Wards Sauiu!l Mitchell.
Filth und Sixth Wards John (iitiLs.
Siventh and Kighth Ward Charles rover.
Klevonib and '1 welfih Wards Wm. M. Wi son.
Fighteenth Ward wildam McNeely.
Nineteenth Ward Isaac l.ister.
Twentieth Ward First U, vision, Henry Myers.
Twenty-first Ward-First Division, W. S.
Thomas; Second Division. John Sailor.
Twenty-fourth Ward First Division, Jos.
Fries; Second Division, John Hoover; Third
Division, W. A. Fredericks.
Tbc other appointments will be tnado in a day
or two.
Houhf. Stkai iNO. This morning, at an early
hour, Joseph Klicrly was arrested In the Fiftonuth
Ward npon the ebargo of horse-stealing. Eoerly
waa In company with another Individual, who
succeeded In making bis escape. The horse was
stolen from the front of a store at Man.iyunk,
and the accused waa on bis way to the hor-e-ninrki
t to dispose of the anitn d. Ue was com
mitted to answer by Alderman PaucoasU
Th Late Captain Elliott. Tho funeral ob
sequies of Captain Thos. It. Elliott will take plate
at four o'clock this aftcroooon, from Independence
Hall. The line of cortege will form on Walnut
street from Filth, and proceed over the following
route : Up Walnut to Ninth, up Ninth to Race,
rut It ace toTwelfth, npTwelfth to Ridge avenue,
and thonce 10 Laurel Hill, where the body will be
interred.
Kili.ru by Liohtnino. A 'girl named Civ
rla Heard, ten years of age, was killed yester
day by being struck with lightning, wliilo sitting
at an open window at Tuckawana and Church
streets, Twenty-third Ward. She bad a sewing
needle in brr h oil at the time, aud was struck
undtr tbo right ear.
PnuE Cotton. Tho cargoes of tho schooner
J'ocaAoiirVii and shops Cyclop und Mia, consist
ing of cotton, tobacco, and salt, were sold at
public rale yesterday. The following prices w .re
obtained : 7o hales cotton, 14l( lti'ljc. In.;
300 boxes m ami tact u red tobucio, 27ej Vc. Ij''it). J
87 sacks salt, $2 each all cash.
For Liverpool. The Uritlsh ship Etta, Mor
gan, for Liverpool, left Shippcn atrcet wharf to
day. She takee out the following cargo : 21,0t9
bushels wheat; HOca-ks tdlow; 10 hhds. Quer
citron hark ; 37 baloa rags; Ho3 bags oil cake; 2i0
kegs butter; 7981 barrels flour; 10 cases clocks.
Kvmoued Strike. The laborers at the Point
Breeze Gaa Works are reported to be on a strike,
and some trouble being anticipated a force of tlie
policemen was despatched to that point this
morning.
Fatal Accidknt. An unknown soldier waa
run over by a locomotive at Broad and Prime
streets, last evening, and go seriously Injured that
he died a few minutea after bis aduitasion Into
the Citizens' Volunteer Hospital.
Local Bhkvitieh. Edward D. Lsnegan, a
porter, died from tho ejects of the heat yesterday
while on a picnic A man, named Burke, w is
found dead yesterday on tho Schuylkill road,
Fourteenth Ward. Ills death is attributed to the
excessive beat.
Mattrebshh. Spring, hair, and husk mattres
scs made to order, and old mattresses made over
L'alii, at W. Henry PatUin'a West F.nd uphol
stery store, No. 1 108 Chesnut street.
We have bv par the largest stock and best
assortment of Clothing In Philadelphia, com
prising all desirable atylea of goods, from
medium price to auperfiue. Kvery ono can bo
accurately fitted at ouco from our stock, what
ever he his size or proportions, in garments e pial
in all respects to work made to mea-ure, af ninth
luu-rr )iri.,i. For those who prefer, wo have
a so a complete a-s irtment of piece goods, whieb
will he made up to measure In a style su pissed
by none. Uksnkit k Co.,
Tower II w.l, No. 618 Market atreet.
H ave you seen Sanl'ord, at the Walnut Street
Theatre? li "'. U ntl l sunned. Tills Is the lie.t
company of minstrels licit has ever lio n In this city.
Frank It. Moran has be.m aiUled to the troupu heno ll.
ciiu.U portion Is r. inai kalitv simmc Tue sei..n e il on
Uoiuluy lie!, ltli ticuclU leu lured to Manager SaulurJ.
Ciitct a and Mi'.NAoiinm. The L'oitcd Stitos
( In ns an.t Minagoils, combined miller tlie managcuicut
or Messrs, Thayer N'oyea, and Van Aiul.urK Co., UI
exhlhtt tor ono weak, oouiuiencliig en Monday availing
nest sih lint., on ihe a.a. ions lot, on Arcli atrectaoe
Mueteeth. The collection of animal. Is an excellent
school ol natural history. Tlio circus performers are tne
very best 111 the prol'dslou. Theeoni,aliy. in c uenu.nce,
of the llebel raid into Pennsylvania, diverted tneir course
from tlie orlinl route, an,), ther. lore, will n inuia on
w eek In Plilladelphl. a net Monday niornluK the ei
nthltiou will Ue lor the bcucUt ul ths Clmuibcisbaia saf.
ferci'.. M
rilILALLPIIUTBAD KCPOBT,
Wri.whdat. Auirnst 3 There Is not muck
doing In BroadstufTs, and to-morrow the Hall of
tlie "Corn Exchange Association" win De ctoseo.
The demand for Flour Is confiued to the higher
grades of extra family and fancy, of which 3W0
to 4000 burrola wero taken, part at 12 per barrol,
ml nart on nrivate term. Tho aaloa for home
consumption take a wiuo range nay, irom a
for low grade superfine np to $13 for fancy.
Thnra Is verv little lire Flour hero, and It Is
. 1 . & aC-ft
worth $9, In Corn Ileal nothing doing, and
prices are nominal.
There la more demand for Wheat, and 5000
bushela aold at 2-50 2-52J 4J' bushel tor om
red, and -2-652 00 for new do. White ranges
from fi-M(o'8'7o. Small aalc of old and new
Eye at 1-81(2:W5. Corn Is in fair request, and
3000 busheU yellow aold at 173(a 175. OaUt
are steady at 800' 83 oenU tor now, and 0 ocnt.
for old. In Barley aud Mall no change.
In Grocerica aud Provhdona but Uttlo doing,
and r.o chauge In prices.
Whisky la hold firmly. Email aales of renn
aylvama and Ohio barrels at gl-80.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE. '
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Ornca er Ta- Ka) Tf.oa, I ,
Wela.da7.Aa(iust3. , J
There ( no change to notice ia the Money.
Market. Leans on call are freely offored at &
per c nt. per annum ; best paper t taken at 71
(o9 per cent. i
The sut scrlptions to the new loan eontinmr
larg.-. The r mount reported at the Treasury
Cepartment yesterday was K.?tl,2.VX Rapl4
pro(ires ts beln made In the preparation of th "
nous, and prompt deliveries at the time pro
Bilsed will be made.
There ia a Armer Jwllng lo the Btock Markt
this morning, and more doing In the way of vt
anles. Government securities art firmer, ami
9-20s have advanced, with aales at 107 1074.
lofl waa bid for 7-30s, and 10,(1064 for 8a of
1881. " '
Railroad shares are firm, and prteea are rathef
better. Pennsylvania aold at 72,whieH la aa '
advance ; Read ing at 68 ; Mine UUI at 62 1 North 1
Pennsylvania at 3'J; Catawissa prefarTad la) i
quoted at .0(a41 ; Pblladclph a and Erie aallroed
bonds aold at 110. Ia Schuylkill Navigation j
there ie more Inquiry, and prices are rather bet- ,
ti r. with ealea of common at 31, and proferrotl
at 0. s
New City 6a are telling at 106410. .'' . . t
Bank shares are firm, bnt there la very little f
doing. 131 waa bid for Philadelphia, 6S4 tor ' i
Farn rrs' and Mechanics', 66 for Commercial, 28
for Mrchanica', 7'.i for Westers, 65 for City, and, -i
32 for Consolidation. ; .
There la more activity in Coal Oil shares, and .
prices of producing stocks are hotter.
In (fulal there la very little doing, and prices
are steady, opening at 2M, sold at 2564 at 11,''
2.'6f at 1?, and 25('4 at 124. . J
I'UILAUrXI'lliAail'trC'K EXCILAWOK i ALM. AUO.l." '
Kaponnd o; Clarke A ce., Hroaars, No. IU a. TMrsl ft, f
HtfOHK UOaKUA.
Jilsh Raaoina h. H.. M sk KevetMo r.lnc
Its si. do .t m ou ak Iwiiell iai..
H.h Do rV 0,k McllmlArk...,
l'o.t. a., MoassiitMJUiyeod.r Dam....
lorisk do bliodal
riHhT BOARTt.
w
i'iJ;
lli'lD O S. Us l'7i 70.k MoCUntoak,
t. si wi ref. .lo-,
S.'.nl do lo7S
f.'.KOCIH Ha, new lii,
$i on On IittiW
lou sh ach. m at
iu ak ota. N f...j0 40
lno sh do so
tOIUBasil. It. R..ohv
aook do ,...6i.
17 shPenna R ID'
1114 sh Mineral K U.. Si
list sh North l"k R.... 8J
l,Vl sh Klnrtrk H a .d. 7S ,
70 so Kenluckjrllk.,111
-ev
fllblil'hllA Mo ii 7a....llli
f uss. ii r tis, m iw
tlHO l lnl. A I'rleHa .. I 0
4 sh Merit henk.... S
Jtlllsb rui oDCoal.... Sl
si li an ti l cieo ...... i,
Suoab R. k Oil SS
fKU'ra ok a-rot.ita is hew touit.
Ue ported b Cuu-kxai Co., Brokere, No. Ul rt. ThtnJ at.
Cmll. ,J
Tnlted Ktaresfta. two . lnt off. ... .10 Jkt bid
Hisk Island Kaltrua4 kid
Keadllia ltl'r...il tWV Md
llfiaatoe
ass ism
VtH sim.
;.7W wise .
lWi laled
V y taied
ml .ale .
aaiea
107 us ,
Htaattv. s
Itlinois i eoiraj Haiiroaa ......
(laieiia llailnwd
New VMfk Onu-llJ Hallroad...
Kile hallfisid ,
Wkilson Itallroad
O.ed
I'nll.d MUtes n-2He
Hart el
bid
,.. .. lMl
..inoVhi.t
..IU', hid
..i:ils bid
..fcsisi bid
..liis bid
.. rum.
Ntw Yoni, August 3. Stocfca
are (lull.
f'rleaLO k' d Rock Inland. 114: t'nmberland
(VaL M'ii
ilaan Anuta- '
nam, li iniai, r-t'Jk . a MM Hoi oa, is : atlrktsnn
eill.Sl 1 New York Ceuirsl. lilt : He.dlnK. 1.I7S I UuSsofl
I. iser. ; I an on s.o , mm ; itieveiar a anu Toleo. m r
Ctucai aini ijutncy. ', ; i la. and and I'litmunr, 114;
I ilt.t.u.s ad F' rt Wnyn. tl": t'hicasianj Nurthsre.teril,
t;J,;t)ne v.i Citncioa,li4H . Treksurv 7S lua.UlS'kk
t 2f.Coi. on..l'7,:' il o.i..lViS; Uold.'JM.V .
ht ck litrd ad t.md Ub iruik) . ..t '
Quotauone at (laid al tlie PbluuMlpkla Qold Exohantf
Vo. M S. Tliltd .treet. second story :
H A. M V W V
U A M Uo.'j IP. at J. .
Market very dull.
Da IUvkii A Bro. No.M 8. Third sweat, taoM aa M
kwa: ' .V,
Bwrfni. Mtihnl.
Amertcan llold 1U anna. 1AJ aosioa-
t.i,i,U rfiM.i'B I'riuaou Jota... .. 'to
American Hll-'er V and I....1M 4
Dimes ai d Hair lliuuM I d
A.
,-, ..
do I
HuauLh gu-ne 1UA
l1 in sshaipa Currency....
lt Turk Exclianse
X dia.
1-10 da
Tbe following are the receipts of Floor ami
On. In at this port to-day : Floor, 1430 bbW.r
Wheat, liOOO hush. ; Corn, 2670 bush.; Oata, 2300
bush.
1 be following are the rewi(tt of Coal OU a
this port to-daj : Crude, 312 bbla.; Uetlned, 63)
bbls.
Cuy Taaseeger Railroad shares are rrnlct Wa
quote aa luiiow :
Bid.
Alt.
7
pecono ana i uirn...,
Thincxiith and Fifteenth 29
Ppruee and Pine 41
Chesnot and Walnut 00 ' 61 '
An b street 2.14 ",
Iiidge avenue , 19
Quotations of Ihe prioclpul Coal and Coal OU
stocks at 1 o'clock In-day .
JIU Ait.- Bid Ait.
Fulton Toal h1,
th Mountain Coal. 7V,
N Y A; v. Id. Coal. .911
.Fa. PetrolaoiiiC.
S I errjr Oil V
JCS Mineral Oil 1
ltj Venvmntiil V
S I nioa Patrolewa.. 1
l'i nr.auic OU lx
(Irren Mt. O al.... ."V
ri I'a'IS'tHAI.
, tl1
w (Veek...
l.'k
reedtrl am Coal.
7 irrms V.I a
1 Pone Fans Oil
tl Keystone Zlne..., 1
Vi btnamore 7,
.UauelluU 7'i
4 Hoberta . ..
4 .ktollhnny ft1!
IV tMuutead... il
V4 N'ie oeuuneier UlZ
s, Ksaeianr
U .fbila AOUCroek.. ,
Clinton Coa"
American Kaolin..
I'enn Mlnli.K
(llrard Mlnliie
mandn Aliiilus.
Maiquette Mining.
i
I of.necltci.t.,...,
Altaci Inm
Oil Creek
Maple Mide Oil
JdcCIUM.ek Oil..
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1 he aiock of go'd In the Banks and Sub
Treasury Office in New York stood on the
1st Jul), 184 SCIl,0o7A0
1st August, 1864 31,843,916
Increase since July 1 $78d,304
The atork of gold and silver in tbe Sub Treas
ury Other in New York lo-day, 1 910,792,0-0
ApptO riated to ever-due Interest 2,718,879 '.
Surplos gold ka'ancer 93,073,111
Three new National Banks were authorized
last week, via. : '
.Von,. Location, Cpi'cil
Klr.t KlhtnhMh, sr. J lue.t4
Kiibt Newiuwn. Mass. fa)sie
rmt fit J.Jin.burj. vt 'IMu'O
Total t-l-nJJO
The following have Increased their capital :
tormmr PrritM
Snmt. Laeotion, e'r.M. Caftiitl.
Klrrt .sarors.N Y ( ifn !'.).'. O
Kvciicd Aliuilown. I'a tsi.ws) Lsj.'.sk
lua 1 town F... Vi.tsV) ?.'..
Iielanaie co....t'hesier, I'a lm -O ,lii"
Klrsl Newio- , M J LO CO .. l 0
Mr Wc.nlreonvlUe.l'. il.lul i,
Total HI'i.W) !.
Tutnl . .iil sulhoiie.1 t?J1,-A
Who numlo r ol bank.
Rteeipts of Ihe Delaware Division CsiiJ
Con, put y for
Week et dlnir a-lj, 80, IHI!4.... .v.S.tt
I'levausto 111 !',''.' .'I
IIHMl
Week en.linir Austst l.lMsl iSJi!
ftcMouslli 1SIU ;r..iell
i .. t.t.'.'di
Increase in 1SX4.
IM M F. N 8 E A T T II V C T 1 O T
AND I.HANI) CI'MIIINAI lOW
T1IK CHAMIII.It-lll'HO nl H'fcKI.K.S.
VAN .tMHl llilll A t'O a
MAMMOTH MKNAdtCUIB
AMI) TIIAYEK ft NuY'S' tIBEkT UNITED STATES
CIIICU (XIMHIUKI).
Will open on the an-clout lot on AHCII Street, between
Klauteenlli and Twentieth. .....
OS MONDAY KVF.MrNQ.tlieBthlnkt.,
and continue oncn until Halurda evenlns. ltlih Inflt.
Kaiiihtuoiis wiU al.o Im slvanonevury At'lerooou during
thk week, ascen'lna Monday.
Da WKUNLMliAY kSol.NIHCI a vcM Eihlbltloa of,
the aninialaislU be slvea, ihe net prooeeda to M kar Ike
aullrrers by Ibe Bcbel raid at Chamber .burn.
l'hi. Maaksnrie la one nt tha raikal collections or birds
and beast now ekliibitinv In the world. Tha pachyder-
rnaiou. animal" are well represented, moat Uieo Ui
woadarfaltuaut ; "
and tha reii brited
llll IVfOTAMUS, OR BIA'ER nOKSB.
Tor pariiculara amall bill., Look osit wr IUc Uraud
rioecsaion ou Monday. Slii lust ,... m.
Adinl.slon lo the pavilion, Moenta. Children under II
,.r.ift c"nt.. ADernoon lrinMOS ualKa at
4 V&l&XA&Zi Wedayn,.ra-
Ins, V o doek, oaur Wwott
au3-
TAEPAUTMENT OF PCHLIU ItiailWAYS,
J ) imi 8? V. sore- T WALNUT au4 rin il
MuaeU. Pirn kr-etein, AugustS.lSAA.
NOTICE TO UOSTKAAJTOHh.
aaied Prooo.sU will be received kt t'u. OtBce ntll .
t e clJck r. M . MONIiaY. Aurust B, 10. tor the lirnlnn
ofaeiseaiit .trel, Uvea Ceuar airat Ul rranktord tla) U
Nlnel.eutk Ward), at ao kuucli per squkr yard. Hai4
BTouutait will b opened at the kbovo inns and plas.e. ;
whersiall bidders are invited to a'tend, and tha loweit
bidder wlU eomk lortt kid wlthlo tlirek days Uiereafter, to :
ackuowiedav Ui coauacl, or oonsidur kl. bid whh'trunQ.
. Mi. ti. MKDI.Isr,
aut-thfsSt Chief Oomiai.aiouar ol Hialay.
orttcltkl DiwwUMra f U hlielki U4kj .
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Extiu Cuaaa Ik l-Aasust S. Ism. ,
63, 20, 70, 32. Sri. S. W, 29, 61, 2, 4J, tW, 52.
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