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TH r I GfMAF H H r- FRICE TIIKEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TIIt'USDAY, SlUTlttlMU. 1;, ISM.' PIIICE TintEE CENTS. 3 -1 onn. esbu latlo Lent he ilatlcJ endls! UtiS ai'ia tuot at to i Uiaor IK, ' pills. ' IT. kills. " Id, bf miSU) EDITION MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI. IMPORTANT FROM ATLANTA. iJorrefpciultEce Between Eoocl and Sherman. H TRUCE FOR TEN DAYS. All Citizens to Leavo tho City. , l I,oi isv n t.n, September 11. Tlio Journal'. jlccial correspond' nt, under date of Atlanta, Si p- ember 10, contains n congratulatory order of (fcnerul Sherman, rccountinir his victories, mid Jjn agtccnunt between Sherman nnd Hood lor :i cn dnys' truce nr. Rough nnd Ready, on the (Macon railroad, nnd the country around it, en closed by n circle of two miles r-adim, for ten ' Jilays, from September 12, to cunlilo t lie people of , Atlanta to remove to points south. .'! General Hood to (lenernl Sherman, under date 1 slf tlic !)th, say? : "Fcrinit me to say tho nnpre i jOcdented measure ou propose transcends in tlt'idicd and ingenious cruelly all tlio acts ever I ft ire brought to my attention In this dark his H y of war. In the iinnic of Ood nnd Immunity , (I protest, believing that you nro expelling fr.mi ItNcir homes and firesides the wives uud children of A brave people." r- General Hood, in a letter to J.imes M. Calhoun, Mayor of Atlanta, says: "1 shall do all in my J'ower to niitifTatc the tcrrlblo hardships and jvinlsery that must he brought upon your people : jby the extraordinary order of the Federal com Jmander." JJ The letter from General Sherman to General Hood was not ohtninuhlc, I u t the following items flrom a notice issued by tho Mayor, by pcrmis- -jrjsion of Gcntnil Sherninn, will give an Idea j tnercot ; , All cltiens are required to leave Atluntu and j ' proceed either south or north. ; . The Government will furnish transportation I jouth As fur as Rough uud Ile.ulv, and north as i far as Chattunoogii. i ' All citizens may take their movable property ' ( with them, and transportation will be furnished for all movables. Kcgrocs, who wish to do so, may go with their ' mnstcis, and nil other male negroes will bo put ft in Government employ, and the women and children suit out of the lines. V Gcneinl Sherman's order of the 4thinst.com- radices thus : "The city of Atlanta, being held i exclusively for warlike purposes, will ut once be i f vacated by all except the armies of the United J States and such civilian employees as may be rctuincd by tho proper department of the Govern , mentj" and concludes as follows: "At tlio I proper time just arrangements will bo made for tho supply to the troops of nil articles they may I need, over nnd above clothing, provisions, &c, famished by the Government ; and on no pretence whatever w ill traders, manufacturers, or sutlers ' 1)0 allowed to settle within the limits of fortified I places, nnd if they manage to come in, in spito ol ' this notice, the quartermaster will seize the stores, i and appropriate them to the use of the troops, and deliver the parties and other unauthorized j persons, who thus place their individual interests I above that of the I'nited States, in tlie hands of jf some provost murshnl, to be put to labor on the f fort, or bo conscripted into euo of our regiments And batteries already in service. J The saino general principles will apply to al' military posts south of Chu'tiiiiooga. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULF. All l"t't In Mobile liny on (lie Hcl.oU i.'mN'rltliiic irrM"4 In Alfibmnift I'lilou Siioccsx In l.ouiNinnn. Nkw Yonn, September 1.1. The steamer Creole, fiom New Orleans on the 7th Inst., has arrived at this port. Among' her passengers is the Hon. A. C. Hills. The Mtturomtt had succeeded in blowing tbo Xaanille out of the water at Dog Uiver. Souio Kebel cavalry had been seen on Fish rivi r. A Fort Morgan lcttcrof September 3, says thore is nothing uiw time. The liebtlh in Alabama ace conscripting all the negroes for service in their army. The election in Louisiana drew out eleven thou sand votes, uud had gone favorably to the Union ticket. Dlttnoler nt K-h I.imi f I lie Mpuitirr -llluin." The following despatch bus beou received from Southwest l'ass : ' South wi'.HT Pass, September (i, 12 M. l ioiii llemy Churchill, coininundiiig Untied Mates steamer fuccisndii, I learn thut un the 1st inst., the small steamer liillum, nha li left this port on the lxtti ult., n hciialKjut one hundred ami twenty milts bouthcast of S.ibine l a-s, toundi red and went down, lieinu loaded with lumber, u raft was mudo of thut ami her upper deck, which had purled from her hull before she went down, upon which the persons on hoard tuccecded in getting. There were also ciuht persons und the captain got oil in a small ho.tt. They were rescued trorn their perilous situation by Captain Jones, com manding the I'm nlionta, and placed on board the sieiincr I'iiiutMmi. Tuev number thirty- eight rersuns :u all, uud are now on their iuv to New Orleans. '1 lie ve-tel and caro arc a t ital loss. Captain Mott was saved, ami is onboard the (itrti ititc. "The tannin, your readers will remember, was seized at i'ort Jackson, about three or four weeks UUO, on buspii ion of bting buieii witli arms and powder, and intended tor the Kebels, but was released, us nothing contraband iris dwovervd on board, und ti e captain (Molt, of Mott's bat tery ) easily proved tint he wa- merely oin' to Xatamoroi w it It a cargo of lumber." The Nm York llr iiiucrnlil' .State I on aif luii. Aiiumv, September 1". The Democratic titate Convention met at 10 o'cloc k this morning. The report admitting the Tainauy delegates from New Voik City was adopted, and the Moart delegates withdrew. The McKean, M'ooJ, and tegular Moari del atci, all retired. Duniel 1'ratt, of Ommuga county, wa eloctod rermsnent President. The Kirnmrr AriiblH Hai.iiax, September 1 . The tri','i s.died l 4 o'c'oi k this morning for II tou. Anuist her pus.-eters aie h. S. Sai:ford, l.v., lreident ol the Ainuiron Tileg aph Company. Til KeHlrre, al I nt nl. jiosioN, scLteuiber l i. l!ie I into 1 .u:ate? Hleiiiner Kern-Miry,; Conimand r Wiu-dovv, w as at I'nyal on the 21th u!t., bound fir New Vji':. hlirmiHii lo be Kniulorfril. One-lmlf of the l ith Corps, under GeuTal A. J. Smith, are on board of a iKet of steamboats going up the Mississippi, Ohu, and Teuudsee rivers to reinforce General Sherman. They may Mop by the way to clear out the raiders under Wheeler and Iloady, who are destroying the rail road between Na.hviilenud Chattanooga. This timely reinforcement of ten or twelve th msaud men, will enable Sherman to extend his opera tions and strike heavier blows ut the enemv. iiV"ltu other half the Kith Corps, we presume, 'jVuii o(iu '" Western Tenneiee, with heud- impiiia' iwiiiiiini, ior me protection ol tins . Ici winy ioiu oamis or guenllus reniuiu Cither in Went Tennessee or Mississippi. VAllttbk Itched hill bcCU HUt to Hood's i.rerr t army. latest Southern News FASTING AT PETERSBURG AND IN GEORGIA. General Richard Taylor at Mobile. nEBELS WANT ATLANTA BACK. Ilnml In '. ui(liiur I ' 7 llrool Srvrrnt l.ni'i.iniitltf. tints llniidriMl nml I'llty Cur., I'Ip I hiiiiHiiinl I nll ll KIII.'M, I'.iithl.'i'n nr I.ihiIn ol Aiuniiiiiil Ion Ami OrilniiiKC Nlori. wltli 'l'lirr. Mllllnii ItoriiiilH Of li r I rid tvi. jto., r:t-., lejto., i:to utf. Ni lil lo Till. l:voulilir Tvlcitrnpli. Vasiiinii ion, Sept. Richmond papers o1" the 1-th inst., received here, present the follow ing digest of news : Tuc-day lust was a day of fading and prayer in 1'ctcrsbnrg, In view of the threatened coudi lion of the city and proximity of the enemy. Governor l.rovvn, of Georgia, in view of the proximity of Sherman, has also appointed this ilay as ono of humiliation and prayer. The lllchinond H'm; says that the work on the Dutch Gap canal proceeds slowly, ow ing to the continual lire iV.uu the Howled House battery. Moini.r, September 0. General Diek Taylor is here at present. He his assumed commiii.l of the Depaitiiicnt of Alabama and l'.i-t Louisiana. Governor Watts is also in tho city, l'our block ndcrs arc now in sight. All quiet. The Macon Tilnnijih has a long editorial on tho situation at Atlanta, in which it urges the Confederates to repossess this important place, nnd says: We trust the Government will send every available man to reinforce General Hood. It is of the greatest import nice that Atlanta shall be recovered from the enemy and his cam paign defeated, and this can be dono if a proper activity and sound policy are observed. Hctii l I.iihm'S III AllsiKit. The statements of the extent of our losses of stoics, ordnance, uud ammunition ut Atlanta are contindictory. The Columbus Sun, of the nth Instant, says that they were very heavy; that before Atlanta was lost all our railroad sto. k that had been retained was de-troyed, and it amounted to more than one hundred und lifty cars, ami several engines. Eighteen of the ears were heavily loaded with ordnance stores; among which were about livo thou-and splendid I'.nlield or Tower muskets, entirely new, with all theire pilpmcnts; a large number of bridles, saddle, ciutcciw, with splcnd d web slings, svvord.bayonets, axos, shovels, and other hardware in largo quantities. About three million rounds of cartrid-'cs, und nmiiiuninillou of all kinds, und of the very liuest qnulity anil character, were tired. Tlio Mi llion Kiitlroil.l. This Is ugood specimen of buncombe, aft ..-rLce has thrice attempted t j regain his hold on the Wcldon railroad. It is from the Savannah V- J'tthlican: The possession of the Woldnu ruilru 1 by tho ineiiiy interrupts one of our I. ties of supply, and brings (.rant three or four mile nearer the Dan uille road, distant about forty-live mih s. This is all. A e h ive in the Danville eoniic. tion a shorter and belter line than that by way ol M'eldon, which we found Millicient for the wauls of the uniiv for the lirst three years of the war. SHERIDAN'S ARMY. Details of Wilson's Victory. GEN. TORBERT PROMOTED. Cavwuy Coius, in tiik l'ii:.i, xr.vn Si vmit I'iiint, V.v., September II. Sheridan'sarinr still ri'niains ititact, no important change having taken place in its position. The enemy is still occupy ing the sume position, and h is made no dem lu strations of uu aggressive nature within the last few days. General Deven, who was wounded in the light near Front Koyul some weeks since, has returned to the field to resume command of his brigade. Tho War Department has shovn its apprecia tion of General 'loriiert's gallant service in his operations against Karly in tlio valley by making him a major-general. Most certainly the cavalry corps has done nobly in the present campaign, und it is gratifying to Know tliu' the services of niei itorious ollli-crs nre appreciated. First Lieutenant J. C. Hunt, of the 1-t United Hates Cuvulrv, has been temporarily detached from his regiment, and ununited general In spector of ordnance und ordiiuucc stores in Gene ral Stevenson's command. THIS lll'KIIIM is. M'eby's men have not all gone to Lee's army from this department. Yesterday a gicg of tluin chased a small cuvulry escort into Charlc-tow n. It is a debiiteuble question whether Moseby ii a nuisance to our army or not. One thing is cer tain, however, he docs provost duty in our rear in a very ellectuul luunner. The prestige of his name lias a more B.ilutary ell.vt in preventing straggling than a score ut our best regulated pro vost guards. Ill: l ONVOIS" IM I . Yesterday the 1st and 'ii lirig ides of Merritt's Div ision made a rcconnoi-aiiee fr an the right of our tine in the vicinity of Honker Hill. The enemy was ioinid at that poiu' in force, uud lor a short time our cavalry engaged him in a sharp skirmish. The object of the expedition being uci ouipli.'.hed, the cavalry returned, having sus tained a slight loss and captured a number of pi lKoneis. I Al l I UK or A 11 1. 111. L KDIIUISjl'. A rci onnoisance was al-o made AOTi our left by General Getty's Hivl-iou the .'d of the bth tori's, ihe command hud not proeoeded lar bevoud Kerry villi-, when a co limn of Kebels was encoiiutereil, evidently advancing to useerliin our position, A brisk emrugeiiicut ensued, dur ing whii b a regiment of Kcbei was surrounded in the woods uud capture. I. 'I he lo-s in kille d und wouudu l on culler side ,i trilliug. . '. Ill i itiiL A Low Tnrt Inclined to lie ery Swcel." General Sjhcnck describes the Chicago pint form in a speech at Hamilton, Ohio, on Saturd.ijr, US loiloWs ; "The truth is, that neither you nor I, nor tho Demociats theiuselie, can tell whether t'aey have u peace platform or a w ar platform ; a peico ticket or a war ticcket. Perhaps it mar be ev phmii d in this way thut it is either oiie or the other, or both, or neither; but upon the wline it is both peace and war, that is, pence w itu the liebels.and war against their own Goveruunjut. It seeius to have been ttiotight iiiTessarv that r. u illeton should be put oU tu balance "Mi ( Median, and McClcilnn to balance Pendleton. I know nothing ut all that is like it, unless it unv be the chuiaclcr of the fruit that is sold by an old lalv who sit- at the door ol the Court House in Cin. in rati, she is a shiewil oid woiuaii. A young sprig of a lawyer stepped up one day and s..il to her : 'You f. em to have some 'lino apple. Arc they sweet or Sour?" The old lalv tried to take the measure of her customer, and rind out whether his taste was for sweet or our apples. ' by, sir,' said she, 'they are rather acid ; u hurt ol low tart, inclined to be very sweet.' Thus whin we come to their leader after this, and in quiie whether that plattorm is for peace or war, ho will be compelled to say it is rather aci I sort of low tart, inclined to be very sweet. It is neither peace nor war, yet both audi a uiixtiuo as is intended to make it pu'atahlc as possible to eieiiiocnitic tastos all round, without turning the stomachs of any of them. (Aiiplause.) Aud if you believe that a compound of that kind i pus sible, why then, in God's mime, shut your eyes and swallow it. Hut if you don't, I cannot uu d r.-tund how you uud your lender, or anvoue, is going to be saiisiied with the position in which you are placed." TROUBLES OF THE PEACE DEMOCRACY. THE LEADERS IN COUNCIL. Giaud Tow-Vow in New York on Saturday Niht. MULLALY IN THE CHAIR. Convention to be Held in Cincinnati. CHARLES O'CONNER OR AELX. LONO. The New York " Daily News" Backs Water. M'CLELLAN MUST RECANT r.ic, !:., !:., i.ic, r.t, :ic. r.--.i ..- r. '' A meeting of nlKiot fifty lVaco Democrats was held on Saturday evening nt tiie Saint. Nicholas Hotel, to take action upon (General McClell.in's letter, and to consult upon the best means of oiL-ani.'ing a l'ea'C I'ariy, and ol selecting a I'eaee cr.uiiid-ite for the Presidency. The m et icg was cailcd to order by Mr. Mullal ,the eeliior Of ill' l ftnj'ntilitn lln ovf, Wh-l WrtB tllcn Ctloscll President Among the gentlemen pn -ent were Mcrsis Drtou ot ' m;-Hunk, UlcM isiers of 7ie rrirnmn's Journal, lien Wo id of Ihe It.tiltj i i-.. Singleton and Green, of Illinois, Gonrg'i K. Mieil, of Oregon, s. 1'. limit, of New York, ( hauncey llurr, W. T. Smith, Andersun, and others. g All the membiTs present seemed to bo in ivcd by the bitterest feelings against General McClel Icu, denouncing him as having broken his pledge to the Democratic I'nrty, thereby compromising its enemies In the ensuing election. Messrs. Shi il, Singleton, and Chaunccy ilurr were among the proniiiii nt speakers of the evening, an I S. T. Suit, of Now York, presented the fol o ving reso lution us the sense of nil thoso pre-out : !!' I, That tfic eall 1.8 a lilirsi. il tn .1. 'e-roiii ui 1' lia i.lla In n., i-r itl l uu Imiall. i 'I In -iilliCi iiir-cil II f J'r, ..'lit Iio-tit h . lor tlii' l"H ill ili'li-'l iliin ii r 01 iIh .I'e ri-ert- i nliiu II in Lriui- Ii ul the I in -' a i . itl v In, li lit. Ii 1 1 Pi' . '1 l. in ra. MecN lioi . .cult l.-ly i.ji.u-1 The resolution was unanimously adopted. Tho meeting then adjourned to net week, vv lien other distingui.dieil members ol the parly arc expected to be present. Anion.: the the candidates named for tho IVesi diney.the naiin s whii Ii seemed to be received with the greatest l.ivor were those of Messrs. U'Conn r of this citv and Long of I ihio. n 1'i'iiro .iiilniillini to lie .iluilo. . "-i .. I'.i.'. .. Some of our IVace friends have expressed tbemselves in l.ivor of an independent IVa-e nomination for th" Presidency. Wo hope tint they will abandon the project liuiiieili itely. It is too late In the campaign for uny indepeud 'lit ticket to liav c the remotest chance of success. The I'eai c party could not, wi bin the brief space betore tiie eighth ol' November, ori-'iuie sulli ed inly to eiii'iit their real strength. H it the absence of that strength from the Meridian ticket would be ruinous to it, and vv-a yet hope that (icneral McCleilan will reecJe from his uiitagoni.-m with the platform. Gentlemen who liavo hitherto been ron-i-tcnl peace men, may, like Hon. Thou. as II. Seymour, Jmiies W. Wall, Fernando Wood, and others, choose to ciliice their record, and give up a peace platform for one that promises a vigorous pr.. i ut ion of hostilities; bnt they cannot carrv tli-s masM s of the peace party to tlio (Kills.. Cnless den. ral McCleilan slio-.od express himself in favor iof nn Immediate cessation ol ho-tiliiies and a Coivciitiou ol all the States, hundreds of thou sunds;of eacc men w ill stav away from the noils u ll.e Mill of November. Tlieyvviil bo ilisiVau cliis d, lor they will be without it c nididate. The pein e r -uty w ill not noinia.itc a cau l i late. An Arl In ;i'nr.il M Iclliin. '..in il.r . I. 0-.il,, ...... Less than two months have to pass, ami then the most cvcuilul day in our history will Invo come. Kvcry hour ol tiie intervening t imo is as precious to the country us to tho dvlng sinner the minutes by which In- earns or forfeits re demption. A united Democracy can save the land it divided Democracy mast inevitably betray it to its ruin. The inscrutable purpis s of I'rovidcuco l ive assigned to one man tlio power to ndjiist tho balance in which tremble a I eopie's destiny. It rests with George 11. Mc Clrlluu to pronounce w hi ther there shall be divi sion or concord in the Deiuocrutic ranks. Yam und thoughtless men who turn from the reality to court (he false creation of their hopes, and wicked men who choose rather to siicritiee their country than to cast aside tho fatal fruits ot tin ir political deception, may ntlcet to sneer nt the positii n forced upon the peace puty in defense of their sacred principle ; but the solemn truth ussnts itself that unless tho unhappy breach bo closed, uud that speedily, through it Mr. Lincoln will force his way to the continuation of his des potism. "Why, then, do not the retire men yield their position :" those will ir-k w ho aro ready to tram ple upon principle thut they may servo expe diency. We do not answer theiiii but to the honest Democratic masses, who respect consis tency nnd political good faith, we answor: be cause we arc standing guard upon the D in s cratic platform, and we cannot desert our post w ithout dishonor to ourselves and destruction to the Democratic party. There is something that would be more dcstiuctive to Democracy than deteut in next November. We hold that a political partisan owes higher Allegiaiiie to the platform of his party than to any candidate, and wo cannot and will not assist in establishing the precedent that a candidate m ty cancel the spirit or substance of the resolutions in whose name he muv be nominated. It is suter to trust the usseinblcii wisdom, discretion, und political-experience of a Convention representing the sentiment und wishes of the m isses, than to rely upon the judgment of nn individual. It is a tiiiic-lioiiored rule of the Democracy aud un imperative obligation, that tho individuality ii! the nominee shall be merged in the principle enunciated by tlio parly; and being convinced that a departure from that rule would destroy the elements of Democratic strength a id imperil the very existence of the parte, w e adhere to the Chicago plntloriu, alth juglt we should stand the re in complete isolation. liut, while everykiictute of conscience demands that we should hold this po-iition, we behold with anguish und di-umy the deplorable coae nutnecs that threaten from the hick of unity in the 1 lemocratlc ranks. To contemplato the reten tion in clllcc of Abruham Lincoln for another rrisiiieiiii.il tci in, is to us like being forced to ga.c for ever iuto uu ubyss w hero the fragments of our liberties are tossing upon the waves of the blood of our country iiieii, and from whose fearful depths ascend the shrieks of mangled thousauds aud the wails ot liereuvcd millions'. We appeal to the 0119 man who h is the power to avert this terrible misfortune to avert it. Geue 1 ti 1 Mci'li lluii nas but to lift his hand uud make a sign, and it is done. In view of the horrors that encircle the oiliciul presence of Abraham Lincoln, In lien ot our uttir di'tost.ttk-ii of the man, and our tore bod iugs of what will c uie .should be retain his sceptre, we arc willing 10 assume the attitude of suppliam-e before General M -Clellau, in behalf of our country. We ask of him oulv to rideeiu the pledge made to the l'cacj parly at Chicago. He has but to raise the st .n lai d that was given into his charge ut Chicago by the Convention, nnd the I'eaee men will liaste-u to do scrv ice be neath its folds. Let him assert that, in the event of his electiou, hu w ill favor the prop isitioa lor an immediate i-es.utioii of hostilities, auj a convention of all the States, and no .iournul will be more earnest in his iiipnort than the J)a,h Xens, no portion : f the Democracy will more readily than the l'e.t e men give hiiu their htiilruges. We do not appeal to Ids ambition, but to h;s patriotism, to Ins humanity, aud to his sense, of justice. Let him do justice to the Peace party, not for the suke of his election, but for the sake of ridding his country from the pestilence 01 civil tliitc that breathes Iroui tho nostrils of Abraham Lincoln. We know not how far General McCleilan may reject the piineiples supported by this paper tbioughout the war, but wo believe that ho will accord to us the ( redit of sincerity and consis tency. Hcjmay dilfcrwith the I'eaee men in opin ion, but he must respect thcin. if he is familiar with their record, he must knuw that they have trodden a straightforward path, beset w ith many duugeis aud discomforts to them, and without nri inisc of guerdon beyond the consciousness of h iving done their duly. A(er having toiled nnd sullen d, and hound for their country's sake for four long, terrib'c yearn, tl ev nre now w iihoui a candidate, and th 1 in cause thev have been true to the platform of tin party, (live them nn oppor unii v tosir-fl their tonntry ut (he polls in N iveni'-cr i.ev:. 1 In ir 1 lank in the ( hlciii;o p atfoi m is the i'liin -dmte t cfttalion of Itonihties and a C invetrion ol all tfic Mute. Let (icneral MeCleli.in indor o that pTofosi ion, and the Democracy are united. Wc have done all lh.it conscience diet ites mid tl at In nor permi-s to reioin the sundered link. Sin. n Id A brah. 1111 Lincoln lie r-'t. lined in otllcc.oiirs i, I i.e. in part, the misfortune and the sorio v, but not the responsibility. 1 it on tv an 1. NiW Yoi;s., September 1 '1. The sic I ',,-, fivm Havana on the 17th, arrm this port this morning. l'li-iness in Havana Is ipiile dull. Time business eng. ged in with or for the State", except what is dono by tho regular p tr..ders. F.n change is improved ; on the I" states noithern eiti-s, Vi percent, ibs. for si sty day t ills. Tl.c health of Havana i Improving. anicr d at is 110 ni'ed irk -t intcil 0 int Mi.rkols lv Trlra-rniili. N K.vv Yoiik, September 1-i. I'lour has advanced .'' IC i-f lit.. Salt's ,t In.. '.Ill tail-. 11 ' a 1. -.u HI Inr s- Ill " i.i Inr 1 iti in. .rn.l s I II .' , i.,r sourm-in, V t 1 1" '.' 0 III . I' m i ' T , i i'.o.i l'lii,'ls i"li: I III. la s,.-uu. .'I' ' .' is; VlilWiiiku- C.llli. I.'. 1 .'IS . W, .1, Til. t! Is r. J Is. 1 orn .lull ; .alt-. iiiiMiiMroinl . Ili'i-t il ill. M,'s I'.-j k ii:-;:. 1 ia. i.i.i nan 1' .'..a ji ',. VVm-kv 11 uu. I'to lei. Hi Hour, .1. sil-l. Is. 1 v Dent, -K' I it 1. In 1-, i' i 11. 'iiii i'ii-l i-'.. Nrw Yoiik, September V). Stocks are better. 1 In. k'. .mil ll k 11, mil, 117 a : I 'tiinlii t ihiiiI m ai'rri' I. fi . ; 1 1 1 1 i"l" I 'tun ra t, l.'i.1,; MO-IokAII Sainhfrn, si. , N..v V"ik ri iuriil I.''',; ICtu,lili. Ian; IIiiiIhiiii flici'i. II. ', ; l-ri.', I"l ; l.i.l.l. r, .; Hill- Yen! I trl Mi.-al. s, HI; 'lii-ii.iny ; :n-, Mil' ; I in-Kart v s, ;I7 : I ive Tw rut v I ' 01 1'.'ii- Ih ',; I.enl-oreil ilum, Ju-o,; Itt-te-tcii U l.-. ll'T", I'..i'i-Ul -t til Is.Jl, l.'l; Kl-iilstciel, lls;i'S ,. isi.;, us. 'I lir lai Arl.l.ritry Am.!. Hue is the late Gem nil Order of the Ohio Di mocratie state Central Committee which emi-cd tho "arbitrary arrest" of Yiilluiidlgliain on the ihh inst., while he was going to lVnnsyl vanin, vU : Mil. V ALl VNl'Kilt vm's MintNOS Ml r 1 1 1 1 1 1 VV V . ' l i e uppoiiitiiieiits heretofore made for Hon. C. L. allandigliaiii me withdrawn. "John G. Tuomcsov. 'Cluiii inan Democratic State Central Committee. "1- . .1 vlo.l u, .Secreliiry." 'iiil-tlin f IIm Irnn.i'lnil tllftiilnr.' The ocean iion-elud monitor l)i,fnnr, lying at the foot of Thii tccnth street. North Kivor, is very nearly completed. Orders have been tr.tusniiit. d Ii "in 'he Nav y Dcpartuieiit, by Captain Kricssmi, that she will proceed on a secret und important expedition on the 1st of October. It Is the earnest desire ol the Department to at once test licnpiali ties in active sirvice; but the service i mo mentous, thut no trial trip can be made either upon the river or upon the ocean, and everything will be husti ned I'm waul us rapidly us posspih-, in ordi r to ciiiip and man the ves-cl where she in w lies. In all probability she w ill go to the Nav y Yard to be put ill commissi. m. Her com plement of oillecrH is nearly completed, and tho crew can easily be furnished nt 11 moment's notice. The only lest that will ho made prior to her departure is that upon her machinery, which w ill be tested the second lime next week at the dock. All that we can say nt present as to her future destiny is that she is lo go .South. . I". Tribunr. owsiiifr Knf.i-irlN In Turkv.v. We have received a copy of nn American paper published in Constantinople, the appearance of vv hii h is cipial to that of any pnpor in this coun try. The most interesting part of Its contents is n letter from u New York correspondent, w Uich is .alleged to bo from the pen of Mr. Osr-invan, the Orii ntul lecturer. The letter aims to aid the joiiinali-is in Turkey, by giving iheni un account of the might, rise, and progress of newspapers, both in l.urope and American, placing the Ame rican press lar ahead of the l-.iiropcau, in point of enterprise. Wi ll the view of imparting a pi a. Heal idea of the management ol a daily p iper in this e. untry, Mr. Oscntivan describes minutely slid with pictorial illustrations, a newspaper old c in New York. l'eleg W. Chuniller, of lloston, has beou ap pointed one of tho Coaid of State Charities, in place ol Otis Norcriws, resigned. Adv ices from Mexico, just received, indicate that the recei t movements of Cortinas nro not by any means decisive, or of the Importance which lias bei n attached to them, but are to be regarded simply as raids upon isolated detachments of l'reiii h troops upon the extreme outposts of (icneral Lauine's army, the principal object of which is robbery and plunder. Lieutenant Commander Williams, late of the I'nited Slates steamer '(jici,who,w ith others of the naval service, was captured a year sinco in the boat attack upon I'ort Sumter, came North a few dnys ago upon il forty-llvo days' parole from Mr. Mullory, Secretary of the Navy of the South ern Cnnfcdoiacy, to effect nn exchange of himself and thirteen other naval ollleers captured at tho same time. The exchange has been effected, and Commander Williams remains North. The others aro expected to return within a few days, in exchange for a liko number about to be sent South. The parole and exchange were made upon tho uiggestion und reifiicst of Secretary Mullory. CITY INTELLIGENCE. STATl OP TuKHMOMKTaK To dat. Six A. M., CI. Noon, 76. Oncl'. M. 7C4. Wind, W.N. W. Hi imv I f. The calls of Generals Grant and Shci uian for more help will no doubt meet with a hearty response from tho people of tho North. Atnotimcwill prompt action in filling up our armies have nioio effect upon the enemy than now; "even greater than a victory over them," says General Grunt in his letter to tho resident. When such tacts nre announced from so high a s t rcc us thut quoted, we can in it but believe that eveiy man in the land will use his utino-t endea vors to aid the Government in the desire ex pressed, and cither personally or by representa tives send thousands of men to the great armies of the North. In our own city it behooves us to diligently set out to iill the quota. Several thousand more men arc needed, nnd though but a few days are lei c us yet, Ihe object can readily be consummated, l-'roiii till appearances the draft will undoubtedly take place. Aji will be seen by our telegrams, it is ordered to commence in all the Suites und districts where the ipiofu is not tilled by volunteers on Monday, the l!iib inst., and will go on until completed. Volunteers and substitutes will be received uud credited to as late a period as possible. Shall I'liilu lelphiu be exempted lrom the draft L'.si'i.n Maiichino Oitni.us. Colonel Sickles of the (iih l uion League Kegimciit, hag received oi ders to march his regiment to the neat of war on Monday net. Previous to the departure of the regiment, a grand street parade will be ma ie, and the men will be entertained at the Refresh ment Saloons. The regiment numbers twjlvo full companies, and is at present encamped at Camp Cadwaladcr. It Is proposed to raise three more companies, and recruiting for theso companies will still continue, und the organizations us soon us full will be forwarded to the regiment. This will make the regiment l-'W strong. More than oiiC-hulI ot the men are re-enlisted veterans, while the otlicci s are all old soldiers, and many of thcin, like Colonel Sukles, have passed through nearly ell the bullies in tihieh the Army of the l'oiomuc has pin t cipa'eil. A I'm asant Ciianoh. Noue will regret the change in the weather that is experienced to day Once more the sun has broken through the clouds Unit have obscured it for a week past, and tlio skies are dear, and the atmosphere soft and balmv. l'all overcoats are for the time being laid aside', and linen dusters have again made their appearance on our thoroughfares. Our principal promenade strcelswere thronged this morning ith crowds ol pedestrians, and the ladies arrayed in siiks and satins turned out ci ei'i.w. Hundreds of our citizens, who have been detained by the cool weather, are now preparing for tours unioug the mountains ot this and other Stales, aud if the weather continues, tho exodus from our city during the coming week will be very great. Iy l)i ham or tub Phiivost Gi-Aiin. The rmvost Guard which duly patrols our city, though it has very unpleasant duties to perform, ncvetthelcf s execute them with fidelity. Not ah lie do they silenced in nabbing dcsert"r and bounty junipers, but very frequently it fulls within tin ir province to uriest oilicers as well as pnv iiis ho Uuve exweded the limits of their furloughs, and who, by this tin aiis, are forced to return lo their n'g'tnenls in tho field, vv lu re the. r services mo at this time, moie ilum ever bofore, so tniii h needed. It is ludicrously amusing to noto the condiiot of .tune i tlieers when thev are appro I'-li. il on the public st n els by a captain of the iruard uu I u-ked lor th ir usscs. Asa g neral thing, these olluers n e pi i tlriticn, ss well us soldiers, and their c 111 tlut t in the exercise of their duties savors much ol gentility and politeness. Nevertheless, in sonic i'lsfum r the olbccrs thus aeco-led display a inoii'i-um of a-sjniniiy that is Inuirlis't'c in tin' extreme. Wc noticed a case ill point I few days since, in which a Lieutenant-! 'olotiel, ah oib -'T on the stud ot a Major-General in the uniiv oi the i l'otomiic, vv as stopped onCliesnut street, by an j ollu ii of the Provost Guard, and nskcl lor Ins pass. "Who nre you " inquired the colonel, diln'ing i his little form to the tail extent of its i- ipn-ity. j "( gptain of the Provost Guard!" was the i mode-1 and re-pcctful reply. is it your custom to p urn I the streets thus ? continual our pompous friend. "1 was not aware f tin- fact before." "Wc have n daily patrol, sir." Not yet satisti.d, nnd still hesitating, the ('oh ni l again inquire. I, "Who commands this pot, sir " "Minor (letiera1 Cad wain ler," was the rcpou-c. 'Ah ! nh!" rciiiurked the Colonel, at the same time piodiicing his ps, which he handed to the ( iiptain, with the renurk,"! am un oiliceron Ma jor-Gt-ncrul 's stall. My respects to Gene ral Cuilwnladcr when you see liiui." The pass was examined and returned, nnd tho Colonel strode down the street in the maimer of a full-blown peacock. Not u few inouihs In the crowd, w liich bad congregated during the inter view, evinced n disposition to sound a prolonged whistle, ixprc.-sive of their proper conception of the aw !ul dignity of the oilicer vv lio had just h it thcin, whde others broke out into uu audible laugh. Now such conduct, to say the least of it. Is simply ridiculous. I'very soldier who has a right to be in flic c ty will not objecfto show his p iss vv lieu called upon for it, und that, too, in the most gentlemanly manner. While so many olll ers and soldiers are daily seen upon mr thorough fines who, as has been frequently brought to our notice, ure here on "l-'reueh leave, " tuo-e who aie entitled to the lienetits of a furlough should aid the Provo-t Guard In every posih;c maimer to discover the-o runaways, und have them brought to military .justice. To do otherwise draws suspicion tothemsolvcs, und they, in miiny casis. nre obliged to sillier at the liiinus of the public with those who ure looked upon ns "shirkers" ami cowurd.. Those who, of all others, are so accustomed to give orders and have tin m obeyed in theiirmy, should ma atn nipt to con -liit with the military authori ties when they visit our city, even if the person nccosfed is a lieutciiam-coloncl, and tho otll er in the discharge of his duly a cuptaiu of the Pro vost (iuaid. Dn vi r Mixrixo. A meeting of tho e.itl.ens of the Twentieth Ward was held last evening, in the basement of tho North Ilaptist Church, Kighth street, below Jill'ersou, to tuko measures to avoid the draft. K-v. Dr. Hail, President of the Ward Association, occupied the chair. The Treasurer, John M. Lile), l-isq., stated Hint hu bad put in, during the past iluy, forty-two recruits, und that Ihetc wus u deficiency still of one hundred and ninety-two men. The mimes of one hundred and two men had been obtained who hud enlisted in the navy, hut tho return having been rendered too lii'e, un allowance would not bo made for them on the present draft. A lurge amount of money was subscribed during the evening. Nkw JiiiKKv In. hs. Tho quota of Caindoii is not yet full, but strenuous exertions nre b.-ing iiiiule to raise the requisite number of men before the (hurt takes place ; which, us Is known, has been oidered for Monthly next.. . .The G.is Com pany of Camden lixed tho pneo of gas tueou sunieis from the 1st instuiit, at sj'l p -r 10 10 fee', besides tho Government stamp.... Measures aro being adopted to hold a largo muss meeting in Can, tleii, nl which the nominations of Lin om und Johnson will bo ratilicd.... flie quota of 'I ronton is full, nnd on Saturdav, we learn, there was a surplus of forty men. ...Tho work on the new Catholic Church, Camden, is progressing finely. It will be a splendid cdilieo when com pleted. A Fast Y'oi th. A young man named Frede rick lliake, alius diaries Green, was tried at the Central Station yesterday, on tho charge of lar ceny of jewelry, valued at tsuO, tho proH rty of Mrs. Louisa Harrison, living at No. 1712 Sansoui street. The trunk of Mrs. Harrison was rill d of three diamond rings, n gold watch, chain, chute line, und other titukots of value. Ill ike was ap- Crchended in New York, at the St. James' Hotel, y Detective Levy, of this city. Tho missing ai t ii It s, with the exception of one diamond ring, was found in the trunk of lliake. Ho was oin mitted in deluultol one thousand dollars bail. iMi'iiovr.n Oiinuu or Run Men. At tho Grout Council of this body yesterday, tho following Great Chiefs were elected und "raised :" Angus Cameron, of Pennsylvania, G. I. Moses L. Men ill, District ol Columbia, G. S. S. Augusta Koettgcr, of West Virginia, G. J. tJ. A. ('. Iiiboll, ol (ihio, G. Propt. John L. Honker, of Maryland, (i. C. of II. William G. Goisuch, ol Maryland, G. K. of V. Charles Hcbcl, of Kentuckyi ii, T. James G. King, of Now Jeisey, O. M. The principal business before the Council was the consideration of tho new Constitution. MirtiiKWEANon. Waller Barry was nrraigiiod before Alderman Ilutlcr, yesterday ufterno-m, charged with misdemeanor. lie is the proprietor of a liquor store ut Tenth and Jefferson streets. The complaint was brought by a woman whose husband is In the habit ol frequenting the place nnd becoming intoxicated, tine notilicd Barry not to sell her husband uny more liquor, but he refused to obey and was arrested. Hu was held in ho(i bail lo answer. I'eai ii Tiur.VKs. Twenty baskets of peaches, valued ut twenty-five dollars, consigned to a Mr. A'ogcl, were stolen by Kliza f ord hum und Catha rine Htirriaon, on the "th inst. These peuohes were purchased by n Mrs. Snyder and left in tho cute of a man named Martin, by whom they were to be delivered. The parties ueeusod met Slartiu and obtained the peaches from him. 1 hey wore held in rtiu bail to answer. IOi.i i tion or Oi i KF.iis. At a meeting oftho National Union Association, held at tlio R ibart liaikes School House, last evening, the following ollleers were elected to serve for the ensiling vear : President, Wdliuin 11. Kudditnan; Vice i'nsideiif, William Hood; Secretary, J. l.lduu Sillier; Trousurer, Samuel Sneeney. Rkcju i rixo. This morning warrants wore issued for the payment of tho city bounty to I'.'i volunteers. Only two days more are loft before Ihe draft will bo enforced. Our quota should bo lcsseucd us much us possible. Those wards thut are most tuidy in recruiting will be drawn first. Violation oi .vx Oiiuinance. The driver of a car was arrested yesterday ut l'.ighth and Ches nut streets, ami arraigned beforo Aldorman lleit ler, upon the charge of violating tho ordinance which prohibits the curs from stopping on I ne crossings to solicit pas-engeis. The driver was tiued. fs vf.K or Books. Messrs. Georgo W. Chllds, J. 11. Lippincott . Co., and Willis P. lla.zard are large contributors to the semi-annual full trade tales of books which opened this morning in New York. The invoice of Mr. lla.zard was brought under tho hammer this morning. Dil i) i iiom ins Inm Kirs. John Miller, tho lad who was run over on the !Uh inst. by a ear on tlieGeriiiantown railio.ul, ut Ninth and Wallace streets, died yesterday at the Pennsylvania Hos pital. Di iiiviinxo a Uei nt'iT Henry V. Druck- ei'smiller wus held in SsoO bail yesterday, upon, the charge of enlisting a man named Thouius Ames, und keeping the .VJ.i bounty money which became due him inconsequence of his enlistment. Mi htCAi. A tilul of Ihe now organ built for Ihe First Baptist Church, West Philadelphia, will take place this evening. Tho public are in vited lo inspect the organ. Iiouiu:i-.v. A mulil or two since tho tailor store of Mr. sSumucl WuU..n, No. 41.1 S. Tenth strict, was robbed of cloth and ready-mado cloth ng to the value of -H". A Wail A female Infant, few days old, was found upon tho doorstep of a dwelling at Thirty-seventh and Market streets lost night. U wus scut to the Almshouse. Finr.. Thin morning, shortly aOr 1 o'clock, A fire broke out in n three. story brick structure, No. 301 It ice street. The buli.linir Is oscd as a manufacturing cs'nhUshmrnt, and wss occupied by several firms. The firt M ht wa occupied by J. C. Hoincyers, steam block-letter manuf vctuior. I Iionuis licit, turn-T in bone, Ivory, mil tt tr. 1 woi d, occupied a psrt of the second tin t, while the back onion of the s nne llo ir was rcired i.y II. II. Miihoeli r, wood turner. A po-tlon of t:.u building was also used by II. Cu verb y, w irker in Britannia metals. A' the tune the lire broke out, iheri was a con-ideiablii quantity of r un humble material on bund, and t'io Ilum -s spread with gn at turv. The whole) building was e un p'.ctcly gutted out, s, m-civ unv thing being led, except the wall.. Sonns valuable machinery was ulso b strov ed ; but the precise loss we were not Hole lo leai n. A 1 1 1 v i 1 1 ii l'.-i u t and C vrrriiK. On Tuei ilny, l.i'e As-it int Provosf M irshal Sbcnk, of 1 incii-ttr, was taking 'he recruits from tint city lo ramp, one of them named Myers broke from he r inks on lihb-e avenue, and ran into a lug'T i-ei r saloon. He was caught, und Drought oat bv Piivate Haves, one of the guard, when Myers again made oil at lull speed. The guard followe 1. i nh ting him to hull, or he would tire. To this Myers puid no ntteiilion, but a ball f-otn Hayes' niiny revolver brought him to. Tlio hull pasted hroiigh the tleshy part of the arm near tiie boulder. Ho was taken to the ramp liospilul It Is diingeroiis business for nn enlisted nnnti attempt to e-runc, us the guards are iusiuied in shooting all w Invlo.so, and the Veteran Kcscrvcs, who constitute the cu irds, will not be likely to shrink irun their duty. A Nuvv Kro i m i. nt. Another regiment, tho "Birney Zouaves," is about iH'ing organized. It w ill be attached to u brigade for spoci.il service. A volligeur regiment w ill bo raised in Ml higau, nnd the zouave regiment In Pennsylvania four companies lrom rlnladclplii i, three in Northern and three In Western Pennsylvania. Tho uni- torm will 10 dark blue, tiiinuicd with scarlet, loose ti owsers, and long jacket. 1'lao Piutsi NTiTioN. A Hag presentation by the Supervisory Committee to Ihe l ith Regiment I'nited states Colored Troops, and the 127th Colored Troops, will take place at Cump William 1'enii thisaiieriiooii. PrnsoNAi.. Among the military arrivals in this city, we notice that of tho gallant C ilcn d Samuel P. Spear, of tho 11th Pennsylvania Cavalry, now commanding 'ii llriemlc, (icneral K autz's I livision, Gi neral Gregg's Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac. How to Avoid nn; Duai r. In the Nine tccnlh Wind each individual residing therein lias been assessed twenty-live dollars, for tho purpose of pn curing tcciuits to fill up fhc quota of the waul. Fail and IVlsri-u Cluiiiinu. .Sim ks . tii ktec-. .biiiirttt", llil-liiess Suit., vv itlkiiiB Coats, In Firnirh, KiiiMii.li, Si-uteti tintl Amerlefiil I Hssiuien-s, blin k ntul Cultirt-il lleuvt-rs, ,vt-. At Cims. stokcs A I'o.'n nne price tlrst-cltm Clotlllim Ktiqitirliuil. miller Hie " 1111111111-111111.' ' Kmuimocs HrviANn rou tiik '-KiauiEvcr." Srwixo Maciiise. Hlnee tlio oiariliur oi tlio i-lcKaut now wam rtidliis In ihls i-itv , st No. ti:H Clicsnllt street. Icy tlm Ftoreticp St-w In it M bi-Iuiio riiiiintiv', tur tin1 smc of tlicur Cflchrati'il instruments, Itio ileinnutl for tliom hiw lioen no much Increased Hint tlio ciitiian.v have Ijoon olillKod lofiilurK" lla-tr fnelll lies lor tnuiiui'acttirlns Ihotii. Tliov nro now roaily. however, lo turnl.h the Inrirest orilors for tliom. lue -t'lorent-t" lias wou lor ItsoU'tho hlutioit nniac In tlio Kcwliiu inuctiltip cmoirory. ft Is uni;iii'.- ilonalily tlio nest in ese. hvory machine sola Is irar ranted lo itlvesAtl-fui-tlun. Piioioim vi'iiM Of unsurpassed style and exe cution, arc inaJe at II. F. Iff liner's, iio. iL'l Arch street Hfo hi. til'f--';!' rtiolt'sraptis In Oil isilors, I voiyti-pi-., atat c ario no v isues. Foil Clll OHS, Col.DS, IIOVHSCNKSS, AND AM. Pi i.vios-Anv AivriTioN-, Dr. Ii. .bivne's Kvpi-ttir.tnt I. the slniiinirit roiucilv, at all thnos hhio aoil rt-ha'ilc. Pro-iun-il tmly ai No. '.!' i 'la-suni siret t. Dh. Maiisiiali.'s Cataiiiiu Sst i'i' Oci:ns and j'.iirt-s mil nil otistrin:tl"iis, atrt-liilhsnii llic slain!, am! uD e a litaltliy ai-tl.m In te parts ulTtcteil. SnM by )y ll ,t Co., No. '.ci'J N. So'-onii -lit . t. Jw Cooki: f. Cu. quote Government Securi ties, SiC., to n oon to-day, us follows : buying, dtlhnf. V. S. Us, lsSl 107.1, lil.j V. S. 7 IMO Notes UO 11-2 Certificates of Indebtedness, now... !l i- Quartermaster's Vouchers Pit !)1 (iold J'.'.i L'.'M o-'.'o Bonds lllli; 110.J Di: Havdn Bno., No. 20 S. Third street, quote as follows : Bnv'ng. At'Utnj. American Gold 'I'll Amrrimn Silver, it's ntul l's 'J07 Dunes und Half Dimes 2uJ Spanish Ouiirtcrs 1'.) l'eiin. Currency 9 dis. l-o ills. New Y'orU Kxchnnge 1-10 " pur. Quotations of tho principal Coal and Coal Oil stocks at 1 o'clock to-duy : lint A,t. Bi t Aik. Fulton Coal s, u' Kev.lone Off I -. Han -Mountain Itoal. 7 7.'s YeuatiKo l ill 1 1 1 11 lirt-t-li Ml.('nal.... 5 I'lilun I'etrole-uin.. -I.' ti'i N. 1'nrtiotiJalu. 1 lloai-ttn "11 1 New Cri-i-K l'a' I1, Henera Oil IV l'i Fei-der fiainCoul. .. ' orauio Oil l' 1 ,, ClluloaCoul I4' 11, Franklin ml -J lliilli-r I'nal Ill is', llowd'a KtMyOll.. I'i l'n' Keyalnne Zinc... a'f Vi Irvins Oil 7,' Ti ! xcelslor Oil II nil 11 l-.e Fartu Oil I lliK I. ink H I til !'( Ileniiiioro H i U'i ('iintliKiiliil -i ,'r, HalollOll li I IV Far roil II4., S't Slclllieuny s1,' u'i I'llcni k .''(' 6 , o nitUoMl -J-, Maple sti ttlo Oil. .17 ls'i Mi.lilo.t lit laiiielr.l'.'a' M MeC'linttak OU.... 7 7'. : lutrohiuia Caiilru. i t 4 .' Ferry Oh I ,' b Store Farm '-'i I'. Minora 1011... ... -f, Bruuer l.si l piiu.Ar:i.riiiA trade kepokt. Tiii mhuay, September 1.3. (iucrcllron Bark is quiet. No sales have been reported. Cloverseed comes in slowly, and is In demand at I3( 14 ( ' (illbs. A Stile ol UK) bushels Tim thy was made at lf"i-2:i: G-oO ((' bushel; 300 bushels Plnxseed sold at :-'. Tho Provision market is quiet, but prices are well maintained. Tho dull feature noted in the Flour Market f r a few days past still continues, and the sales uro only to a limited extent. A st lo of a few hun dred bands is reported at 11 ,",ii for extrus, aud f-l'JCu l'J .iO for extra family. Sales to the trade are muking at ll-.0 for biiperline up to $12 .V) for faucy brands, as in quality, live Hour and Corn Meal ure quiet. There Is a steady demand for Wheat, but there is very little here; sales of good Pennsylvania, nnd Southern red ure making ut -"(' 2 (i'l (' bush, and white ut $2'7" rft-5. Bye is in de. mand ut fl-80(ri 1-s.l. There is very lilt le Corn here; sulcs of 7o(0 Icish. mixed Western at Sd-71 (n yellow sells in a small way at iP7.'. Oats arc better; IliiOO bush. Delawuie sold ut Hoc. Bar ley and Mult are quiet. Whisky is in limited request at T Si l-s; for bbls., with sales of 200 bbls. LVTKST WAKIXE IXTKLLIGENCE. CI.F.ARKD THIS Bohr Yicklui )(, llas.k..'ll, New lhieu. U. A. AJaid. ht-lir A Ki-lly, Huk r, Nt-w Voik, hink.-tnn, tsictf A L j. hi hr M. K. i'hi lislf, hblttou, lio i-lcncc, ii . bchr htnttMiiHU, Mckcji.m, 1U.-1 in, K. 8. i;.itt.liiti HtcitliK i ( Hiiiiili, Ktinw, llittlr;i!s Inlet. j Fln ikuii . SU-Miurr rmiAJtlpUiB, full, New To: tt, V. i'. t lv Jr. ARRIVFJ-ThTs M'lUNKHil. Unr'ii'f Maua White, Vurnt , a .1 1 t (nm UMtirn re, in l)tlU"i tii .1. h lUi.-y K '. lH-kcJ in (he Ny i.n;ie l-tiurl- Kit' wit, Irnfu !tf 8l;tn,i; Milil 'n Wlliliin on, (nuu I HiapA Hay; Oiu I it ion. lit ut Ke- Ueat, mi lum A iit'iiiosi, Iioiu Mmu' cu, w ith Wiot; lo, 1 In 1 ore it KitiK. tioiu Nt-w OrU'tliN, rtDd M il i I.imt , tl -i'iY lJ n. Itrlg J. I. J-. 1 1 r ' 1 1 , Jii v iTcux, ti Javi u jiu I' m t Kj.i .U, lit tnllit.it to .1. K. ltiil' A Co. Nv i.r 11. V. L wl , 10 J.iv from Pjrt'AuJ, with UtQi lo Hither A- Pul-uni, 8c I i-1- - Uui, ! U, a Uii4 lrom Now York, with m U llblll!', H. hriliuyA Ri h, Hardy, G (1 tr ita B i-tu, w.th in i isc lo 1 tlU .v. l u, t it I tb iiik lMauon. Otiiiels, -V iU4 from Oi;ic"ter 1th lllliM to I il'OIKt.- It. K.'l lKjt. S Mr Smidi i utile, HUlt. .' iUyi fr uu PrtvM'nc, with null to denize li. Ui'iiiMft. S. lirMuiy ClsiiW, hhni'T.'' A.y fW:u Nwluryit)rt, With nulKc t Gvui'ue It. Kei lout- . . hcln K. U , Tlt-o, i a.o r WeUfUet, with niJ to tiwerii It. Kfrf'tot. ...it ii..i Hi lir li, n, Fuifntii, 7 Axy from lltl-rftt lulit, in IIt 8i-lirT.LU,Kiley.4 d.y ti m Ol-iucwter, with K l0H!r (Urdlcr, ruik. T Jy turn Bi.tw. with icn MiXtrf..:i from kitria IM . with M WccM;J.'.SVtnmol, 2 hour frow Mew York. Willi BitU tt W .1. CiiU. CM-rtwwitnet of the iVtilaiitphia Errhmngt. I , m HA. 1 lubff 11. The lie I In th rift IsteArl on hiia'tsy xrttl-d a l.unared ml, Mil of which wuut to bvm il" uiwriuu:. t-our bchooucru cum in last aixht uy tv tl'H Mrliltitt (6 A. w iud N. Yvttil, 4c.t AAUOM sUsUUiUUi FINANCE AND COMMERCE. OrrieK or Tn Kv rwTno Tntrosarw, t Tr.or.ilB7, HcplffiiBtwr I - Tho Stock Market continues dull, but sUwdy, and the transaction are limited. Ia (ioranimcnt bonds there is less doing. .5-20s sol 1 at 103, coupons on"; Cs of IHM1 are quoted at 107(10s), nnd 7-:ils at H0(n linj. Kailroad sh.ires arc steady, with siies of Read ing at filXI-i, which is a slight advincc; North ern Central at olj ; I'cnniylfanla Rillroad at 74 Little Schuylkill inj, an advance of J ;Norrttowit (i H l Cat.i issa common, at 2D; North PennsyN rania Kailroad scrip sold at S8; Klmira Rillroad Ivonds nt lb and North FentisylTsnfa Railroad bonds at loo il'.T was bll for r;Jm(icn nn,i Am boy Railroad ( Hi fur B.-aver Meaiowj C2 for Minchill j 11 for North Pennsylvania; 40 for Cata w issa .roferredi 3 for Plitladoliihia and Krle, and IS for Long Island. New City 6s aro selling at l no. Coul Oil Mocks arc rathor dull.but Bteady, with sales of Irving at 71; DaUell at 22(a.H Nobla Jv Diilnmater, I6(a lb I, whi :h is an advance ; Ro'k Oil at o ; Perry t lj ; McCliatock at 7, and Hu bert at .'IJ. Tbero is very little doim? In City Passengec Railways, and price aro without changa. West Plilladclphia sold at 70, 2n.v was bid for Glrard College, 70 for Second nnd Third, and 11 for Rva und Vine. Bank shares are tirni, but there is little or no thing doinir. liii was bid for North America, 1.12J for Philadelphia, 65 fir Farmer' A Me chanics', i for Coinuierciul, 27 for Machnaics', 10 for Penn Township, 80 for Western, 27i Cot Manufucturers' & Mechanics', 31 j for Coasolid. tion, 10 for Commonwenlth, and 10 for Union. Canal shares are without ch in'e; 31 was bid f..r Schuylkill Navigation, common ; 3.'4 for pre ferrcd; l:iH for Morris Canal preferred, and 1!) for Susiiucbanna Cnniil bonds. The Money Market Is less easy, but the rate nre without any material chanito. L-us on eall are offered at f(n'7 per cent, per annum; best paper is selling at H( 10 per cent Gold is linn, and prices have adTnee l,orening at '230 ; fell otf, and sold at 227, at 11 o'clock ; ad vanced aud sold at '221 at 12 ; and 2231 at 124. . A telegraphic despatch from Washington says: "Klevcn millions live hundred and fifty thousand dollars of the bonds on accou ut of the recent loan of thirty-one and a half millions, hare been sent otf by the Treasury IK'partment. All the ccrtifi cutis thus fur received are satisfactory. Govern ment has justly decided that our soldiers must lie paid before the contractors. This will be wel come nows not only to our worthy braves, bat to their families, und prove that the interest of tho army uro safe in the hands of the present Ad ministration. PUlLADi:l.riII.VSl'OCKEi:llAOBSAiKS,?i;PT.15. Reported by llarknon A Co., Ilrokers, Ne. Ul 8. Thud 8t BRPOKK BOARDS, s 11 1I1 Tan Kami.. ..it a ) nh lilobn OU....M je fttii ttli M.iw't. Kil.tfom !' liHNi .ti ilo......lie U Ji 4lih I'tirOnlre.... 4 M .h Ball Cre .... ili .It Mel 'Unlock .li6 1 , .'1 U M' lllif uny 4MHh il 7 ' giMati KiceHlorotL. Vi lli.iKtl Oi ti;K) 7 -iMl .li Hury t-rtrm ... - T HS ill ili t- 7 . MO mi Hcadlim K Hfi FIUST I0K1. tWQ t'.S.IS-SOacouoll li 1 Inn ill dial Rllc..l 17 V ,1't Ntinh I'asi-r.p.. sil :0aV V. Central .... M Sli.mN fa. li. Ml , O .Ii K.K'xrl Oil .i'i s-ss Klmlin 7s Ins Jisj .h Sen Nav of. . .. ays sen. Nv.iis kj... hi,; 1-u.ti fe.li. Nuv eou. 3 1'l .h Ut-iitl. K. II I't 3i) ih l-anna KR 71 llU.h an 0 ul'.' il III Lit Hell It tit; JHi.li IrwInOll 3(1 sh .VnrrlstuHii K. it-'tla IM.h luili ll (III ... II ', liaiCattwi.ii.a II Jo IU0 ah 1I0 lij I.' -: IK I sll Wen Piul K.bj 70 lmh Ni.lee ,t li.-l... HI , iuimi (ilr.int Hank... ?!' l '.n.h il li v 4.'. li Mineiiill il'2 leu Nh K.'Ck Oil h V.l -in UcnamnrcOII.. I :n.h Mis linn,. k..W, 7 I lliO'h r.nnir Island... M 1 nli l i rry OU 4',' -.si nil Mnrrls Co in'.. .Ijn fltll'KH OK 8TOCK8 IN KEW TOKK. Reported by Clarkaon Co., Brokers, No. 131 s. Third St. rira Call, Stxamt Call. t'nlu d 8tatf(la,lssi.lntoff lo; S bid .. lalra Hoik IsIuhU Kailruad .. Old Uiaias Ki-iulliiH llnllrtiiitl tVt hid 1.1 Miec lllinoi. IVn'ral ItiUlr.iad bid l'JtfB .alee Nnl tliwrntern Mil Ci .a't-S hew Vt.ih Ccuu-al Uatlrnad 1U.'i' bid lfl sales Kino ICtiilrnail lill iil.l l-i.', talee llui'ton Ituilroad Ill1, bid HsVaalea (inltl -is;', tux .. aaits I ulled 8Ulc O -.SM IllC, bid ' 110'; al Siarket ritt-aUy. Quohitious of Oold at the Philadelphia Gold! l-'.xchangc.No.ai S. Third street, second story : f'4 A. M 210 12 M 220 II A. M 2'27d 1 P. M 22.U Mm ki t uctivo and strong. Tho following are the rocclpts of Flonr and Grain at this port to-duy : I'lour, 1VI0 bbls.; WheiiT, H iOO bnsh, ; Corn, 8S00 husli. ; O.its, 8200 bu.-hels. Ihe New York Trlbmw of this morning; tays: "Money is working nulto easy under an arrangement of the Sub-Treasury in regird to tunporary loans. So far as Bank Clearine llouse eerlilieatcs nro concerned, the usual ten dnys' notice is waived, the Banks agraeim to reduce the rate of interest from 8 to 6 per cent, us a consideration. It is no part of the present policy of the Treasury to produce a dear money market, and tho new nrraugonicnt will probably Is- permanent in the absence of a money panic. There is a fresh demand for 7 Mi, aud the order are widely distriuitcd. Confidence in Govern ment securities steadily advances at home and abroad, und the darkest financial days have b'ert pushed. On call, money has boon abundant at 1 per cent.,' The Pittsburg Commercial thus ailndes to thj formation of a daily Stock Hoard in that city: "We are glad to be able to announce th it the Hunkers' and Urokera' board, of this city, hava made nrraiigeiiients to meet dally t transact hmdncss 011 a similar basis with that of the Philadelphia und New York stock boards. Tas) list of securities dealt In here is already larger, it is snid, than that of the Philadelphia Stock Hoard, and many of these, when purcha.-es oc sales ure to be made, can only be dealt in throngb, the New York or Philadelphia boards." The following abstract of Pennsylvania. Coal Company reiris shows the coal tonnage for the we. k and season as compared with uorrespuodiii! time last year: ri' iuit C"itpnin-i. Il'tri. Settaum, H,notl. it-.tt. Ki-aillin; fill ;Mi,7 il, llli.iilli X.lr.'.l.J) Ili.Ki Si huHklll Nar.... KI..VIS 617. lid ll.7i7 I 'VIMS l elinhNav w.-jim 4ti4.7-.t7 u i it;i. l.eliluli V.llll -.-'-. 'I-J 1,1114.1-27 Hik'i.lrli; . I I 'H. Lack Itd.llll ss'eillll Sli'.ST-.' 7l,.i,4? I'l l. A Hi il l'4,".'l ;,SI, 1174 .Vil. lse !l.jh ft-Diia e''al 4,1117 4!V.ih Hss.lM l(il.i5 sliamnkln 7,.vs'l Il'.llt liU.,4', J.i s't) llmadTop M.,i7i -ill :IIH W-I.Mi 4SHH I Lvknn Valley .'i,'i''7 lit., .1.7 7t.ji -s,7vj I'reverlou I,l"4 brumi I II,; Tntal.. -.'.) uu 7.0.17 .Ml -..ii:,ii72 mv.-H,-j The following is the capital to the N itiona! Hanking System subscribed to the 31st of Aliens! : Milllie- .l(in,iioi) Mlctilfiin limMmn lilni'il. , l.SHi.Km Kt ullii'kv l:...Vi.i.i Mliaiiuil , 4,s-J.-..illill Nt'liraska Ml.iMO Wl'sl irijmia. 30.1 u,(i I'tilutiibia ln.-.'l.i.K.l Inlaw. re l'.Z.',oni WimoiuIu .... 1 ..v.i.i 0J Mlniu-aota.... Im iasi luwa rnn.i.n Kiinsai , ln.ije.'.li.i Teuues.eu.... .SI. .'," . 4,111)5 .S'H . -.'i.i IH.) . l,ii".l.) . Mi.ix'a M,U. . Iji'l.lli . il'illtll hs; .too t-w Hainii.liire.. t-rni'iiit Mas.ae-liU.i-tt..... 1 niiiieetlt nl IIII...I,' l.land New Voik l'elllitylv. lila Sew Jdi-.i y Maryland irnmla I.'iiiiiiaiia 100,000 1.. !4.,,niiJ l'O.ooa Ohm 96u,eoii Jllijiallll u.tu.nuo Tutu I S1,4V.V1 riresf.iii'.u i.Mivtl I tilled Mt.il- stocks dt-pnliti-it 111 lii'uistf rud ( i.iilion tl. It. -ulslerrd i Cjuiun 7.. , 41, u i.jni 5ii,77a,liU (.'S.bd.lSk) 17,-i.l.li 7,6.17 ,ll s;olo,:vo-ii;,77J,-kkl The following shows tho exports (exclusive) of s-iecie) from New York to fbrels'n ports for tha week ending Scpteutlicr 12, and siuce Jan. 1 : isin. lsU. lmil. for the week Sl.uw.slf 1.ilJ, M7 1,iaXlt lior.ie.olU-(....IM,i'".7sl lls.iU.lil 8tnrcJaii.l..sTreiv,Id7 li4,7li7.7 IW,C0,4U Ituuk of Kngland statement for tha week; eliding August 21: issiE iii:crtmi;nt. Nuti'.lis'.icd ti,rii,W (loverutn't debt, U.nl.1,lil Oilier aecurtUt-a. Jvistt.iWi linld c-olu and ' bullion ,08-i,i7(J Silvia- LulUou.,,, Total.. ,...i;2ii,7iij,7;) Total 1IANKINU UtriUTMENT. , i.M,7ti,J7IJ Pi "in le-loi i'Cai'1- Ooverntnent ai , ih."o.i.iiii curlnox liicln'l- ISe.l I'ulilu- ilfiie'Mli, liie'luduis a ie elietiuer, tsav fiiK. Hank a, t oinuila.iul.i'i 1 of N al lou al l'ebl.aitd l'lvl delnl Ai-ctaiuts Oll.tr Jf,i".li... fjievi-ii dai aud aiiBi.ll) fKi.rwoM Oilier MK-UCUJM i .-'' i,l.. S'2IM e.?sn,r.' iJ.ilt.U.t, oilier uuie,.,... MLUiMl I(ltIiil,,'l',,',,i' ToUliHIIItlll.tl 3 . . -i illilii.ni 1 ' 1111 in 1 1 " ' """"" '