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A rilll AD1 LPJ11A, FRIDAY, OCrrOHKR 7, 1SG4. PRICE THREE CENTS PRICE THREE CENTS. rrn IE latest Rebel News. REMARKABLE SPEECH DY MR. JEFFERSON DAVIS. IT IS SUP TRESSED. Southern Account of tho B.ittle of Chapin's Farm. BATTLE OF SQriRRKL LEVEL ROAD. Despatch from General Loo. MOVEMENTS IN THE VALLEY. Teflpatches from General Early. Onr files of lllclimon I papers arc of the 3 1 ond 4th Inst. We hate received copies of the Sentinel. Ditpateh, and I'xun iur, mowing taut oilier papers, as well as the D'A-'y, arc publi.shsil In the Rebel capital. JetT. IXerl' fit Jlm-on. from the Hiftimtrnd Aiiwii?r, Octofr. The Charleston M-icurv says of I'resiilctit I)av ' speech at Macon : We make no numncntt npon thin speech, hut we mnnot retrain from c prct'lng our profound reurt't that snt-h ainei:ti eiulel hae wen ilellvereil Ly the Chii'f Magis trate of the Confederate S'ates, for we cannot Biake up our niin.ts that he delivered it. We bop speedily to be ahlo to deny us uuthriitieity. From PocrlMlrif. Important events have come to pin mi tha Other end of tbe long line'. While Orunt m scutlinga column of twenty-five thousand on Fort Harrison, he was making a similar movement to tbe west of the Wcldou road. Then-, ton, he took a small aclvan' cd outwork, and puttied forward hit column. Hut hero, at Fort (iiliucr, he was strenuously mot and neffitcd with yet heivicr loss. Besides bis killed and wounded, which cn be estimated only, Generals 11 ill uud Hampton give tho otticiul inlorraation tbat they have secured nine hundred prisoners, including live colonels. Our loss wasvciy slight. The corps of the enemy who made this dead fuilure was tli.it of Bornsidc. (leniral I,ce furnishes the following bulletin of ilio allair : U DuOARTRRS AsaV iv N'oit I IIF.mN Vi IK.IStA, O.'t Vlr 1. H 4. Hin. J. M. H -tlfl'.n. He.-ri'l.irv ol' IVa": V .s'er daves.allR Ui'tieTal tie h ittlo. ke,l .tlietiiifmy . inuiitrv, w t hail hroken llirou.li a rtte.n of tho line hoM by o. 11 trt 'tery on N) iUlrrvl Level io.it, uui) dr,vt' tlierii 1,4, k. 11. nmal Itlil n'pniti tt,ai tliev weru tevi rely initialled, tod f.iir huiMlre1 iris.n THCHpinroil. dneral Ihiiiirt'in, oiMTitlinr n tlencrnl Hettr. rluli , 'o droe tlie eieiny. :.iptnrliK Ovo tin: tin ol i'lirsanit i hont fl.e h nitre! vrl.oitets, im-lintlng llv.- e'.l."el. mid tklileen ottjor MllKCH. K. fc. 1.KI.. The fighting was renewed on Saturday, with further success on our side ; b it up to ft la'c hour last night no ctllcial report of tho result hud been received. We regret to learn that Dr. John Font tin". Medical Director of Hampton's Cavalry, Is amoi the slnin. Dr. Fontaine was the son of Colonel Fontaine, President of the Virginia Ceutr.ii Ilail road Company It is reported that the nntnbor of prisoners captured Friday uud Saturday will exceed linen bend red. AsMltlonnl ItetnlN of thn I.nte 0tru- tleinn It4'lirti iN'l.'r.iliiirK. Jfr IU RU kmund NenHneL OH. Passengers by last evening's train from l'eturs tmrg say there was no lighting on tho Houihsiilo yesterday. We aie indebted to th Espreit for tho follow particulars of tha l.ao operatlsti) Ixiiorc lacmijurtj: Un Frii ay an cnttro corps of Infan'ry, well supplied w ill) artillery, fell upon our works on Mr. William Peebles' f .rm, "ipiirtvl Level roid, a lude and a half west of the enemy's original Ice, and by force of numbers succeedo.l, alier a si arp engagement, in d sloduiug our troops. fori Jdcit ic unci a poi tin of the. lino ol Ire i' t works aujaucnt to it led into tbeir hands, wi li ono plcie of aitillcty and a few pri.ouurs. A bt ioi luil i was made, but the Yankees soon ad vanced again, in the ilircetiou ol the llnyJton Flank road. They swarmed over Rous sim it's, ig.ainV, Itoswell's, and Jones' furms, but wuvs sun k on tho lavtor by our forces, aud cbe ked in their career. II it'le was here joined, and the coiilident enemy, meeting more than bis niatcli was forocd luiek lu iha direction of the c:ip:urcd works, with tevcru luts in kilkd, wounded, and prfoneis Tbe cmiuy's dead and wounded fell into our hands, U gulicr with no irly twelve hundred pri soners, talun by our infantry and cavalry con jointly, lu th s ta'tlc the Yankco loss is said to have bet n vt ry hirjre, their dead and wounded cSYtring the fields of their retreat. Ou Suturduy, tho enemy's advance was c.uly driven buck by our infantry, who, during tho charge, captured about two hundred and lltiy prisoners, and an aMiult was made Uon tho lorllntxl posnion ou rcehiee luriu. it was, un fortun tely, repulsed. Our loss, we ore glwl to ' say, w tntlii g. lluriug the day Humpb n succeeded in gaining a point ou the k it Hunk of the enemy, some seven creipb' .miles In 111 ti.wn, which, being didcovertd, a portion of bis command was attacked. This was about 4 o'clock 1. A., mid tho discharges of srillkr" and musketiy could be distinctly beard lure. Our nn, being somewhat hotly pressed, were compelled to rutiru slowly t but reinforce nirnts coming up, they rtt-lorined, and lntura drove; the cueuiy 10 tbeir works, rapturing two hundred priHHitis, und otherwise kullicling severe loss. Buturduy closed with Ihc enemy lill in posses sion of our lott works, but no lurtber advance, and our troops in good spirits. The iiumHer oi piisoutra captured on Friday and Biturd.iy will amount iu the aggrtguutu seventi en thousand. . . llut llule w..s done on Sanday induing except some btavy Hkirinndiing iy ihuop'j..ing mluntry forces. Our t' oops tell back "from tbeccueot Satur dsy's Ogbtdniii'g tlie niuht, and the enemy yeslur day aftei nuou ud united hie i.nes some few bundled yards. Uis plcki t.s, at oue time, occupied the ' bouses of Dr. liolssiau and Mr. Oscar i'egrsin, no ml'e di-,t iiit litun Mr. Peebles' farm, bin i were thclied out liy our artillery. The situation Muiulay evening remained an cliangeil, wiib this i xc. pii n. The Yankees on Kumlny took a portion of our picket 'ine near W. V.'. D.ivis' bou-c, tlirec-iUnr-teis of a mile west of the Wehlou railroad, cap turing twenty piihomrs. In the afternoon they wtie driven tmck,aud our line ru-estahlisiied. lntbnuatiou was lecuvul on MiniUy tint ou Eaturda) iuf l,t a tmin ot artillery was ciooed on the pontoon bndees from (he north to the south tide of ibe Jaines. It is not believed that any iulantry troop hi ve us yet tmeu recro.ssed. Our looses during ibe lust three days' lighting in tiiis vieiintr w i l not nci oil live hitndied from all causo. It vai mh pi i.-it gly srnull. On th other liimd, trie Yankio lots is kno.vu to have been lv?e I tit little les, if any, than live thou tund, lucludii g pi IS: Lit. A Bfli-ons; l'i'tcml s'ori'p nt slnnl llllt iiikI t'rt llHi'rlNtin, ' rtoiu tli r.:fl:auli' t. ien.i.r, 'Mi'Aet t. Attention Is et 11 ceiiccniiaUd on the hue no.a Ch: Hiu's, but there is nothing of luoiueut tore port. It is believed that Oiunt lius carried a por tion of his troops buck to the Southside, bit a strong force remains In the ne't'hborkuod of !S.g nul Hill and F it llatriou. No lighting h.is oeciirxd since our lost issue. lioth are wormy-?, '' and both throw occasional fhtlls oyer tlie w ri ii.g p.aues. Tliu: wao the. canuouauiuj hc.u J in the city yesterday. The Yankee.! arc strengthening Usttorr lUr ri.on, tbe Coniedciatcs haviu;; stralbtcued liieir Hues to as to Kuve ll.iueiy 11 urn -on entitely out of their sy.-teiii of toililieatlout. It is the general opinion that the Yankees are about to commence Suiliuis opctaHous from tho blue whieli will shortly ho pained by ti e completion of their canal, and will endeavor to dig up to the city from Unit direction. There have been ropoits of lighting near Peters burg on hui.duy evening i but we could get no coMirination of the report either from the Win' , Department or private sources. We believe that theio bus been no4iiug done there or on the Weldon toad either on buudiiy or Monday lievontl the usual bhelling aud sharnsbootiuK. The mciny now ileeluro sharpshootlng to bo laibaeiib) that it ought to he stopjxJ. The miKon is that our sharpshooters luivo latterly t r surj assed their ow n Many cases of otlieei s shot in i he eye" have disgui-u.d.tbcYaukcct with wli..i v a. once Giatt'f luvoiito tuetius. 'Xhe YunkeCb lost live thousand killed, wounJeJ ai d prisoners lu ti e lighting of the 3(lth and 1st near Petersburg. Our lot was le. thau six l und ted. Knrly'e) Kotrmrnt. from U.e liul.munU Atiimtl, OcliJm t. Cienetal Karly has clicclted the advance of 8heiidan, auA forced him back down the valley, lu the light at Waynesboto, Ueuvral Wickhaui's iltt.'udt aa. d the rsjei ve lores under Colonel IS." -- (). I.'e pintle the attack and n.nvd the enemy, ripiuiiiiL' thirty prisoners and kiiitngand wjund ii.tr a hirgc number. The 1 liow Dg cVritih. In n Genera) Leo to the Secretary of War was receive J on Saturday l!r itvl ai. rei Ahmt nc N"i:i.ns Voi'.ivi, Oeto Imt I. t".4 --!,, ra. Karly rre .its i,.it.Uf tne raeoiv 1 wv .Irv l s e r.:u ir,1 lesri. II u-f t.'ir, and mat tli.'r it now ae .n my niui f N.:ta rtv.r. it b l.rr.. Hiiirisonburg is twcnty-tivc jmlles north of Sim nil n. i tientrul I'arlyscnt the following despatch to fieniral Col.stoi, commanding at Lynchburg, from whi h it will be icen that the alvauceof Slurl un has been tlleetually checked i llrT.(vi .niri:".' i.mlfr r. Ih-i. tirigadter iln r.t I It K f ti.u n II tli eeoi.lr ol I fncMnirtf will lnm out in ,1 it, l. . l il, )tv -ii, at r.il.ieu ran I m n.'W In ecu, II I. it lu ntst llir tic'li, r ol the riny's H.AHI I, l, p. J. A- EAIil.Y, Lit itfiijult-t.'n-rai. IIAH1.Y SUM. IIOtl'INO SHUUHIAN T HAT. Frt Hi tfit Kii t'Mfh'l liaintntr, (Kt.i. Vnr ot lv news is to the elF-ot that Early hold the enen v steadily nt bay. 1 hey will neer foriM ilrowu s Oap, and neither side can now elleel niueh moie. A cuvulry fotcc of the enemy, two regiments, with i rthlerv, wi re at Ruskeii's Hill, lourieun miles ln m (iotdonsvillc, and r ported advancing ou Ootdonsvlilc. (irnrrnl larresl's i4ratlAn. from tfit li - hiiK nti K'.mtriinfr, ( f f-'r .1. (iiticial N;roUon II. Forrct continues his efliiiive opei at oi,s upon sheminn's commutiii a t oiis. Yistcidnv mi rnit g a despa rU was re ci ived st the War Lepartimnt from (ieneral Taylor, trai.-niitiitg the following interesting ti It grn hie uiii t liom tiem nil Forrest Niab Ivu.Kl, Tinnet.ir, !4Vi!i pitior '.,T. Yst. rday wr i n Inn i lour trt-ll. . IMee I I Ii limit.'., ana Oie fort si I: 1 HhI.'', with slMiiit flllv pri r..Hitli..ut idp Ioms ot a imbp. Vime rntlri'lv ik-.lr' I i,r r ilro..l fr-mi IHTiiiiir lo Pnu-kl. with list lari, la.ironJ I'rKU't. whteh mil ir.,iiiie l.t) d i)i In re.,jit. Iiii. ainrii'S'ti me. droe itn ei.t niy ,nf!er eernllw nun rtll iUt. into lil.SJl'Ttl tie.il ion t at i liItl-M. wlirir l,rilvial U-tlshi tll IS'iilltiiirtilll li V a ttesvT f,.ire well l,Tlfleil. Our ti'-ittiy was altout. rue din arra otirili tl, 'I he enemy . lo.. wn. mm h I e.vl, r. us iliey eoiiirntnl the sretnitt (or several luiles. llii-iiiiiny ii C' nttntruliiiL lieavili h. anst n.. N. 11. lOltltF.ST. The truck destroyed by (ieneral Forrest is a poitionof tbe Cetiti'al Southern railroad, which connects Nashville with the Memphis and ( Inn li stun railroad at Driutur, Alabama. From Dtciitur to l'uhiski, Tenncsee, the distance is shout buy liiihs. Klk IUdge U about filteen miles north of Pulaski, and, according to the Yankee uccoui t. wu evacuated atilay ligtit on tbe n.oining of the 2tiih. Tho evacuation of the po-t exp'ains the statement or (em ral rorrest that lie elh ccd its citpture w ithout the loss of a man. We presume that onlv a small porticn of bin firrowns temtolvk Hid go, us he reports that on the evening of the '27th, alter lighting tho enrmy (the main hod) ) a. I tlar, he drove them Into their fortiticntions at Pulaski. Pulaski is a town of ftiinc twelve hundred Inhabitants and is Hxiy-fi nr miles southward of Nashnllo. It is ninr y in the Fame latiitiule with Dccrford, on tbe Jiushvllle and Chattanooga railroad, and is distant fiom tbat place about titty miles. We mention this tact hi cause it Is more pro I utile that (ieneral Forrest will proceed across the country to that point fO us to cut tho remain ing line ol nii rouil tiniimunieii ion between Sher man anil Nashville, itiun risk an attack with Ki'iisscnii in bis strongly fortitied position at Fultitki. Ho may strike the railroad at a point neater lSushville. U is already reHirted tha'. he bus captured Shelbyville, Tenii. ; but of course ibis le premature. AolitiMi'iil of i ii riit neaureitaril. i'rcl the IJrtnifitui Ksti Millar, th ti! r 1. Wcweie informed yesterday at tho War De partment that Lieutenant Uoner.il (i. T. Ueatire gnrd lias tiein assigned to the command of the two military departments known as tho "Depnrt mir.tof Tetiiiessec uud Oi otgia," and the ' ))e lintmeiit of Aiabiiinii, Mi-sissippi, and Fjast l.oiiisiana." These two de artuients have beau conimsnilcd rcept clivcly by Lleutcnant-Goncrnl J. II. Hood and Major-General Richard Taylor. The territory embraced in tho consolidated dcp.ir'incrts includes all of 'Jeorgin, except an illicit) in the southeast portion of the State, the wcMein portion i f Florida, mid the whole of Ala lama, Fust Louisiana, ond Mississippi. Ocner.il liiiiuugard will, of course, establish his hend rinnrtt th Ht mrh place ns in his judgment will best iei tire tcaily cnnimunicatiou with the troops with in i lie lunitsoi his ciitnmiind, und It is understood, we hi Mcvc, that while Genera'" Hood and Tay lor w ill remain in command of their respective aiiiiles, Ocncial lleauregaril, as tho department ci miimiKtcr nnd ranking r nicer, will rep ur to anv part ol Ins couiiuanil at will where his presence is in cusaiy or ile-iiutilo. 'I ho following is an ex tract Hum the iin pot tr.nt General Order: "Geneiul Pcuuregiird is hereby assigned to tho rin ii ni il of two military departments, and the Hoops therein, known us (ho Department of Ten r ecip n t ( 1 Oeoigiu, and the Department of Al.i Lun.it, Mii-sihsippi, und East 1,'iiusiana." TPE INVASION OF MISSOURI. riko Tiies to Crocs tha 03age. Hi: IH UEl1 I'lLSE 1). Gen. Mower in for a Skirmish. Sr. Louis, October 6. Olo. LI advices say that Tiicc's miiin Kcbtl army attempted to cross the Oibec liver at Castle Hock to-ilay, but were pro vented by a force of our troops stationed on the oiro'ite side, between whom und the Rebels fifhtirg bad occurred, but whii what result was net known. The recent rains have swollen the Otnge. snd Pries will prb'.i try to cross at some point h'gher up. Tho reports tint S'vcra' Luudred Rebels had croe-cd the Mls-oiui riv.r into Montgomery county sie unfounded. Gci ral Mower arrived In good It in al Content Fo nt. His movements will toon 1 e announced to the i ncniy by himself. rr.GM ealtimok:; to-day. '( ti Itiillln-.oie Elvi'llii' JffW 3fnrylnil "'OtlMllI III '. ffe, t,il f), re.7i (ii TI e 1. 1 'I I 1 1 trnr h. liAi.iiMoiin, October 7. 1 he Judges of the election for I'.al.Imore eilt luce dually settled the ilh'jiutcil i esden of the mm anient of the elec tive JianchU-, by Kgie-.ing to use two b.illot l( xcs ct tach i recinct, at the Stuto and Munl clptil election on the 12 Ii Inst. Politics nre rt.Luiug very high between the two Union Mi.ye n.lty tonli st.u.l.s. Tin n is no doubt of the new Ci nstltutlon la ing ado,i e,l. l'ROM rUT ; FlIlllhLfH Momiok, Delo. Lunjue TtiUr, fiom Ya'i'in l d.'.J. Hie exchanreil h:,;:.a'' lutitudcU4 ilei'iCJ'.s 1 ininet K'RnK, r fl. Tbo Cliil'att , arrived here to- u August 20, in , g'tuile31 degrees 10 minutes, with an Au.ci.. iu bar ,ue steering southeast, showing a white UirT, with "1113" In the centre. Ou August Ml, in latitude 23 degrees 1) minutes, longitude 31 degrees 20 minutes, sho spoke tbe Fnglish ship Con.-.ire, of Liverpool, from Sunderland for Calcutta, 11 days out. Ou Oetoler l.lstiteJe 30 degtees 20 minutes, spoke the brig Aeues Uay, of Bangor, Maiue, from Phi ladelphia for Port Royal, S. C, 8 days out. Ihc Viiiorls eighty-live day from Valparaiso, tuuud lo New Yotk. Among the lists of deaths iu If.imptoa Hos I iuil, time the Inst reooi t, sie the mimes of the following Pe-rm.-ylvauluiis : 0. J. Carter, 56th Pennsylvania; Josiah Keller, 3d Pennsylvania Arlilk'iy j 1111 S. Raker, f.8th Pennsylvania. Hie Vnitcd Mutes frigate Hotmail arrived and unihoied at Hampton Rjada at 1 o'clock this afternoon. i Ihc II arrived this aftornoon. Orders have been iisurd to-Jay prohibiting civilians from pasmng up tho Jauios river from this point. The t ew liou clad Sahnjiae, from New York, artiud here this afternoon. i Hie sttauicr Meiwlmuiett armed fiom City Point Ibis iifteiiioi n, but btlDg no news uf mo n (tit fiom, tho army. AirttHl Ituun Nrw Orlvnua. Ni' Voiik, October 7. The steamer Kteitintr ,Vi , lri.ni New Oilcans on tho 1st, arrived at tkis i ott to-duy. (she brings no news. I lue leatlou lu bold (luotMlioua, Nl w Yol.K. October 7. 'old bus been un to CCC'l lO tlay, and fell to lift. It ugain. rose to 201. THIRD EDITION HIGHLY IMPGRTANT us. 1 1 OFIICIAL WAR GAZETTE. GEN. SHERMAN'3 ARMY. CATTLE OF BIG SHANTY. Tcrriblo Defeat Rebels. of the THEY ABE DRIVEN FROM THE RAILROAD. retpatch frcm General Thomas. PURSUIT OF FORREST. Kcvisseau, Washburno, and Granger Fighting Him. THE BATTLE AT ALATOONA. LATE FROM SHERIDAN. HE IS STILL AT HVRRISOXBl KG. Operations Against Richmond and Petersburg. r.tc- rtc. Etc., Etf., Itte., t'.t, Eir, WAHiiiNdTON. OcUiber 7, 1VM A.-M. Major-Genernl John A. LMx, New York: In a recent despatch it u ue tuculioucd tliul (ienc rnl isherman was taking measures to protect his communications) from the Hcbel Town operating against thein. Despntches received luat night nlmiv tilts fulfilment of this expectation. Major-General George A. Thomas was sent to Naehville to organi.e the troops in his ili trie:t, and drive FotTi'st from our line's, while the attention of General blii'rman was directed to the movements of the miiiu Ilebcl nrmy in the vicinity of Atlanta. On the 4th of October the Rebels had cap tured Big Shauty, but were followed up closely by Sherman. On the Gih a severe engagement was fought by our forces, under General John K. Smith, and the licbel forces under (kmeral French, In which the RebeU were driven from tliu Held with hi'avy loss, leaving their eleud nnd wounded in our baud). Dekpnlell from Urnernl Tlioiiiie. Tho details are given In tho lollowlus; eles- patch from (ieneral 1'homa.s : NAbUVil-LE, October 0, 1 l'."W P. M. lion. E.M.Stanton, Secretary of War: The fol lowing telegram is Just received from Cliatta- noofa : General Smith, who left hero, yesterday (oth Instant), telegraplw that tha enemy retreated last evening from Alatoona, moving in tlie direction of Dullas, leaving his dead, and from four to six hundred wounded iu our hands. Our loss is about one hundred killed and two hundred wounded. The railroad bridge near Utnggold was washed away yesterday. (Signed) S. D. MooitK, A. A. (J. Tho lleeaca bridge will bo repaired by to morrow, and the trains will bo able to run as lar as Alatooua, goiug via Cleveland ami Dulton. Kotblng further has been heard from Sher man since my despatch of yesterday, but the retreat of the enemy towards Dallas Indicates he was close upon their rear ut Alatoona. Have not heard from Generals llousveau or Wash' bn me, but presume they uro pushing Forrest as rapidly as the condition of tlie roads will admit. We have had heavy and continuous rains for the lust five days, rendering the roads and streams impassable. I have just received the following despatch fiom General Grauger, elated Uuutavillc, October 0, 10 P.M.: Tbe courier reported drowned iu crossing Klk river Ib In. lie lost the despatches while crossing the river. lie reports that two Rebels weii captured yesterday, who say that tliey left Forrest at I-awrcnecburg the night boforo crossing, going Soutlu General Morgan's ad vauce w as skirmishing with the enemy this uioi bin g on Shaw's creek, he being unublu to CiOfs the creek on account of high water, lie hopes to bo able to cross by to-inorniv morning, when he will push thein still further on. Tho Alabama railroad will be repaii.td from here to Pulaski In ono week. (Signed) Guoihik II. Tuojiak, M.ij.-Gen Another aud vtnofUclal despatch reports as follows: '"Telegraph repaired to Alatoona tivday. Tho action yesterduy wns severe, French attacking with his division 7000 strong, and sutlcrlng heavily, and leaving has killed and wounded In our hands to the number of 1000, while we lost only lltX). Tho fight lasted six hours altogether." From Florence wo hear Uiat Morgan has Forrest cornered, has captured his transpor tation, and that gunboats preveul all retreat airos.s- the Teuucsoee. Sutif-fuctoiy repot Is of the operations in progress before Richmond and Petersburg have been received, but their details ara uot at present proper for publication. A de spatch from GenortU Stevenson reports un ofliecr of General Sherlduu's stall' just nirlved. General Sheridan was still at liar lisonburg.J His supply trulus wero going ou all right, occasionally interrupted by guerilla parties, the only force on tho road. This olUccr brought in the remains of Lieutenant John U. Mulgs, of the Engineer Corps, and only sou a Brevet Major-General Meigs, Quartermaster General, who was killed by bushwhackers on Monday last, while making a military survey In tho death of this gallant oillcer tho Department has occasion to deploro no ordi nary loss. Last year ho graduated at tho Military Academy, West Point, with tha high est honors, at tho head of bis class, commis sioned as a Lieutenant of Engineers, aud Immediately sent Into the field. He performed meritorious and danger ous service during the last year pa the f( rtiflcatlons nt Ilaltlinoru, at Ilnrps rs Firry, anil at Cumberland, aud was midis Clilif Engineer In the Army of the Khenm- (I'ltih. In Itii campaign" ho accompn.iioj the army under rsigcl, Hunter, and tslieiidati. ln,evcry position he gave proof of great pro fessional sk'iII, personal ronragt1, and etevotod ratriotlam. One of the youtigeat nnd brl'ib'st ornaments of tho military profession, ho has fallen an curly victim to murelerous KcUcl warfare. General KosocraiiR reports that Ot'tu ral EwlttR niiult! good his rvttvnt to Pwilln, losing; only a few Btrapleis; and the killed ami wounded by the wny were very few. From the number of tlie wounded He Ik-Ih, (ho enemy's leM will not fall much short of a thousand hum tc combat. FnwiN M. Stanton, Secretary of War. STRAITS OF THE REBELS. DESPERATE SrEECH BY JEFF. DAVIS AT MACON. Two-Tliiids of the Rebel Army Absent Ttithout Leave. HE SAYS BE SHERMAN CRUSHED. MUST CALL FOR REINFORCEMENTS. Lre Tco 'Weak to Hold His Liues. Wamiinoion, Oc"ibcr 0. The following sprecli, mado by Jell'erson Davis at Macon, (j.., Se pt. ruber 23, ISO I, is extracted from the columns of the I'uitij Miti-mi 'I'thywjitt nnd ('unnlri-ati1 of Se ptember 21 : La III 1.8 AMI (il.MI.KMI N, FlllKMlH AM) FkI.- low ci ui.Ns : It would have g'addenod my heart to have met you in prosperity, instead f adversity. Put fiieeds ure drawn together In adversity. Tho son of a Georgian, who fought through tho first Revolution, I wonlel bo untrue to myself if 1 should foigct the Mate in her day of peril. What though mlsfoiliine 1ms befallen our arms from Dce atur to Jonesboro, our cause is not lost. Sherman cannot keep up his long line of com munication and retrear. Sooner or later ho must; nnd when that day comes tho fite that befell ihc army of the l 'n iich empire hi Its retreat from Moscow will he reacted. Our cavalry atd our people will harass and destroy bis army u did tho Cm. in ks that of Napoleon ; nnd the Ynnkeo Genera1, like him, will escape with only body guard. How can this I e the most speedily etfeetcd ? I'.y tho absentee a of Ho id's army returning to tin ir pu ts ; ami will tiny not ? Can they sou itiu furnished exiles; can they bear the call of their sutliring country women and cbiielron uud not eooie ? lly what Influences they are made to stay sway It is not necessary to speak. If thore is ono who wilt stay away at tins noitr no is un.vortuy the inline ot ucorgiuu. lo tno women no iilieal is necessary. They arc like the Spartan n o l,. rs ol old. l know ot ono who lias lost an lit r sons, e xcept one of eight years. Sho wrote that she wanted iiij to reserve ti plaee for him lu the ranks. The vctiervblo (Ieneral rolk, to whom I read the letter, km w that woman well, and Slid it was ebsriieteiiHile ol her; but I will not weary you by turnii ir uslile to relate thu vauons ineuiuntsot civil g up tlio last ionlollie cause' oi our c mniry, known to me. Wherever wo ge we find the he m ts snd bunds uf our nohie women ciristcd. Tuoy are mil wherever tho eyo may lull or tho step urn. They have one du'y to perioral ; to buoy up tl.o bearts of our puopiei. I know the elecp displace lelt by (eorgiu i our army falling back f.om pultcn to the Interior of the Hrato. llut I was not ol those who con-uleroil Atlanta lost when our army crossed tho Chstuhoocfiee. Involved that n shouPl not, anil 1 tiicn pin a ninn in cominanii who i anew wouiu siriao a lining blow tor the city, ami many n YuuHee s blood wns mudo to niiurish tho soil before tho prtr.e was won. It does not become us to revert lo uisiisi r. la-'l eue ueau uiei y i'io .:e.n. i,i;i, u., with out arm and one ell irt, endeavor to crush Sherman. I am going lo tho army to confer with our Generuls. lho end must botncuere.it of our enemy. , It bus been said lllttl 1 ananiionea uonrgin lo lier late. Shame upon such talsehnnd ! Where coiilel the author have been when Walker, whou Polk, snd when (ieneral Stephen u. l,eowas sent to l.er t-lsanrc! .Miscraoio mau: iiiu m,iu who utte reel this was a seouiulrei. lie was not u ninn to tnve our country. If I knew that u (iei e rs 1 did not laitsessthe light epuiltues tocoin uiund, would 1 not be wrong if he was not rmiovci.". Why, when our army was falling bock from Northern (ieoigia. i even neara inai i bad se nt lirugg with pontoons to cross it to Cuiiu. llut we must bo chai .table. The man w ho can srci ulate ought to bo made to take up his musket. When Ihc war Is over mm our luuepenueuce wen and wo wl'l establish our in lepeudenee who will bo onr aristocracy ? 1 hope the limping soldier. To the young laeiies i wotuu say met whi n ch!Mini( lietwicu an empty sleeve ana tno in. in who had remained at homo aud grown rich, alw nvs take the empty sleeve. Lit the old mtu remain at nome ana niaieo bread. Hut should they know of any young man keeping away from the service, who csuii it be mudc to no any other way, let them wriio to the Fxecutive. i rend ull letters se:it me from tho people; but have not the lime to reply to them. You have not inany nteu between eighteen and loriy-live lilt. Tho boys, (iod bless thj boys, arc as rapidly ns they become old enough going to li e held. The eiiy of Macon is tilled wills stores, tick ami wounded. It must not be aban doned wheu threatened; but when Ibe enemy come, in-tedd ol calling upon liooJ's army for defense, the old men unist light; nnd when tho enemy is diiven heyontl Chattunoogi, they too can join in the geuciil rcj'.icieg. Your prisoners ure kept us a sort of l ankoe capital. I have hc.ird that one of their (iennrals s i, that their exe-hunge would defeat Sherman. 1 1 nve tried every means, conceded everything to edi ct an exehuntre, but to no purpose. Hutler, the be-ust, with whom the Commissioners of F.x cbanec would bold inlerc mrso, had published in tbe newspapers that if wo would consent to tho excluiiiee of nojroes, all dillUulties might be leuiovtd. This he reported as an elb.rt of his to get him.-eif whitewashed by holding lntercoiir-e with iieutiemeii. Tt tin exchange could be cllec cd, 1 don't know but that I Blight be induced 1 1 recognise llutler. lint in tbe liit iio eve ry ell'ort will be given, ns bit as OMible, to clhct the end. We want our sol diers in tl.o field, and we want the rick und wounded to return hon e. It is not proper for nio to spc.-k of the nnmbcrof men in the field, but this I will say. that two-thirds of our men lire absent, some sick, some wounded, but most of them absent without leave, iuo man wuo repents and goes back to Lis commander volun tarily appeals strongly to executive clemency. Htlt Mlpl'O.'C UC staj s nts.ij uuiii wi'j iwmi lit over, and his comrades retin a uouio, aim wnun every n an s hi.-tory will M toiu. wnere win ue thiefrt bliu-elf r It ts upon these reflections that we rely to make men return to their eiuty, but after cemferiing with onr (ieiii'inls ut heaJ'i'i.irteTs, II tl.t tcbennv other remedy it shall bo appl cd. 1 love my Iricndu, and 1 foreive my enemi -s. 1 lmvo been ssked to fend reinforcements from v !..!.. n (ienreia. In iritiiiiu tho disparity ir, ,.,..iM.rs is uist as anal us it is in Georgia. Then 1 have bee n asked wuy the army sent to ti e tbetiuudo.di Valley win not scut here. Itwa because mi army of the enemy had pono. rated that vullev to tha very gates ol 1.) nehburg, an 1 ti... ,,.i '. ,.,! sua sent to drive them back. This be not ouiy tuccesfully did, but, crossing the Pot. mac, cinuc well nigh ittpliiiing Wasbiug- tun itselt, aim ioieu i y y his army to protect it. This the enemy denomi If to. hlieiiimii's in inch into Ceoixla Is a raid. Whut would prevent thoin .w.w ii Ksilv was w thdt'awn Horn taking Lynch 1 TMiiiinir a coinnlete cordon of rutin around Richmond ? I counselled with tbat great and bruve soldier, Gonerul Leo, upou all those points. My niina rounieu ueet iu wuuiu noiei Ve'i.i, tiiia vl run succeed. If erne half the men now ubsent without leave ..nt 1-etnrn to duly, wo can defeat the enemy. te oi, n.,,1 imne 1 uiu iroinx to the frout. 1 inav .... ...au ,,. it, la hone, but 1 know there are men there who lave looked death in tbe face too often to di staind now. Let no one detond. Let no one dl' trust, sod remember that tf genius is the beau Idtal, hop W U rvoiuy CITY INTELLIGENCE. Stts of THSimowRTaa To kat. S'x V. M, ti,'.. Nooa. 7s. Oni P. M. 7iJ. Wind, H'. N. W. I'oi.t ricAt. last tveulig a largei aallen'-fl B-seuibled at tho Hall of the Republican Invin cibies, lo hear lion. Titian J. Coffer, Hon. Isoae Hnlehurst, ami Hon. .lames A. Hr'ggs, of New Y'otk. F.dward Shlppen, Ks.., nominated Frcelo tick Fialcyas the prtsiding otlleer of the meeting. The sfccclies were both able and patriot!.', and received w iih much applati-e and en'.husi -m. Last evi iiing the eliseiiwlon lietwten M.ssrs. Willuun 1) ke lley and Ucnr'c W. Northrop was i e nilnttcif in the hull, corner of I'l.ir-y-ie.sen h nt.d Miirket s reels. West I'bi'adclpliia. Mr. ( harle- Keyfer acted as moelerauir, introdu ed the f pi nke rs, and reserved order. II itli spiMkers went ener pre ttv much Iho r.;tie STMiin.l as thv occupied on former oeca-iotis. The meeting this i veiling will be tho last of Ibe scries, and mil be the most lutcrestini;. A hplendid l ag was Hung to the breeds yester day ulteiiicon at (iir.ird avenue and Kleveiith str'ei t,in tho l w. nti. th Ward. '1 he patnoiic oveot wns celtbra:i d lust evening by a m-s me itiug, which, for size, was even larger than ibe gather ing i n the tvfliilng previous at Higliteeuih and (ineo siicels. The enthusiasm was uitenso. Aide iiililrrsscs were delivered by lhomns M.Colen, in, I- i.,'l Lonias J.Worrell, F.se., Captain I. .1. Nenl, Hev.W. S.llail, 11 i;.W. Davis, Colouel William F. Stnull, and other". The dimness held a large and enthusiast!.; met ting, hisi eveniug, ut tbe Musical Fund Hall, i n the occasion of a grand oration by Mit.ior (iei.eriil Carl Sihnrr, who spoke in his native liitiiu ge. The wildest enthusiasm was elicited by t lie i finai k s of the pan n t ic oral. ir. Another mi cling was h. Id last evening at tho Unit of the Keystone Club, in Walnut stree', ul ove Lichth. The Ss'akers of the occasion were ex-(ioernor lllgivr, Hon. Andrew J. hoelgers. and o hers. The Hull was well ti I lu. I . snd ibe rciiuirks of the speakers wero received w iih gn ut applause. Tun Tax on Hiofs ami I.i;Tiirn. A recant decision by the Internal Revenue Department states that tanners in the country, who receivo hides from merchants lu cities to bo tanned on loniinl.'Si. n, are liable, under the act of June 3D, ISM, to return all filch leather, and pay tho duty thereon, w hen it h aves their tanneries and ceases li bo nnilcr their custody or control. In such, cases the vuloo Is to bo estimated at tho averae;.! ed the niailct vu'ne at the tune when the s cino bcc. nu s Ihible to cii'y. In an artl. lo like leather. win re the prices cm rent give the value every day, the ti uric r i nn have no practical U tllciiltv In estl liuitii r lis value, nna ho is as competent to tlx such value as il e inspector is. If tho merchant is the owner of tliu lannciies, and hires his cm plnvecs to do the turn ing, then he is tho m inu tacttiri r, and w ill not he liable t j pay tbe tax until he bos etlictcd sales, or rwinoveit it ror con Mimiiiion or delivery to others than his agents. In n mini to leuther manufactured nil r to June 3i, the same rule will apply In determining its linbiliiy to tho increased tax imposed by the new law us ynu applied to ilctcrmino the iiiuount roturnable to the assessor from month to mouth. That is. nil leather received and inspected during Hie n onth ot June is retainable at the. old rate ol duty, while eny that wm on the way, and not reeiivid, or that was in j our store uud not in pee ted, must I e re turned and pay duty ace'ord iiiK to the. mtes ot duty lixed by tno nu law. if in any case the assessor re-quired the tanner to make his icturns according to tbe inspector's weights, aud from a tailuro to receive such wciiilns, tho tanner was unable to make, returns ol leather forwarded from his Hennery during tho month of June, on orbelmv July ID, the increased rates ot tux should not be assessed. Tnu Knurr or Coi.oitnu Pkoplb to Ride is tub Caiis. A circular letter from tho Colorod People's Union League Association has been pre enttd to tbo Directors of the Fifth and Sixth Streets Passenger Railway Company. It is in rcfe rtnee to allow Ing the colored people to ride In in the curs tii e same as their white brethren. Tho irTer tintis.iimoiigothir things, tho following: ' Respcciiible females with Colore I blood In ttieir vims, yet scarcely peicepiibie, defying detection ixnM by their assoeieiiou with family con nections, visiting the ci'y and Camp William l'enu to tco Ibelr hush uids, sons, or brothers, tulisiid towards representing the eli .ens of I'ni lailclphia by lining its quota, have bum suit jecti d to ihc nm-t scaudolutia ircutuiciit. It has been urged hi retoforu that the community y -u sine would not loie rate colored persons in thei cars; that colored persons comprised so small a propoitlun of the city's population that it wis ugalnst your inteicst to take uny steps tow.iiels n toi m, i. ml u number of similar objections have hem ntlctt d, of morour le-s iinporiaii M. W e have treipieutly oceiipieel s. u's in the c un til on cnnvi yaiici s w ith our w like i'hiladeiphtitiis in New Yoik, Uoston, and else here, witn nit ob jections being uiaiittcslcd on their part. If, there lore, no disastrous results have oceurreel from this exe rcised right elsewhere, why four it Iu this city ? Is e-iviliy.ation In New York, uud in Pitts burg, In our own state, so much more advanced lilil, 111 true ii phim'. bu uiuv.ii i thuu in the city of Philadelphia r" Citv Couscii.e. Councils held a very short session yesterday. Owing to the Erio excursion, tin tc was a very slim attendance of members. A petition for tho location of the Spring Garden Hose Company as a steam forcing hose company was received und referred. A l id iiiukiug a further appropriation of $S(i,0C0 to tbe (iusrdiiius of the l'oor was taken up, and on a motion to postpone Mr. Armstrong lulled utteutiou to the fact that the eJuurdiaiiS bad ni t le. t il to answer a resolution of Inquiry pasted by Councils. Mr. Armstrong said ho uiideisloi d that the moitulity iu tho Almshouse Ludluigelv increased. Jleuls i stated that be had bcuid that In tbo children's department the ehl drcn wore treated inhumanly. Dr. Chler replied that he was a member ot tho Committee on l'oor, but be had never heard of mii h biu-ality. He moved for tha appointment of a tpecial committee to Investigate ine matter. This was agreed lo, und the appropriation bill wns postponed. Mr. lloilgson, iroin me commuree 10 veruy toe cash acci.uiils of the City Treasurer, presented a report, showing tho state of the books up to tho 1st jnstai t : i lly account, m,i " ui , trust account, t l.i,lf.z til. Uj JllE 1'III1A1IH.IIIIA UAl'TIST ASSOCIATION. At tbo uftcrnoon session of the Philadelphia Poptu-t Association yesterday resolutions ou the state of the country w ere introdtieed. They ex pressed unswerving loyalty to tho Government and their eoniiuciiie in me pirpeuniy oi mo Union, and H eir steady adherence to the l.onstl- tuliou and the laws. One resolution reads us follows: '1 hut In the Constitntiona'iy cieeteu rresi'ienv of the l"iiltcd Sti.ies we reeouie the representa tive ol I nion, Liberty, und l'cac t, and we cannot tail to pray tl.ut the (iovernincm may ou sus tiin.ed until the supremacy of the Constitution shall be estublislied, ond the flag of tho Union shall wave in peucetul triumph over every inch ot soil now polluted by war. llow it lixiii i). The prize flfht at l-.dgo lull, lucu'ioiied In our cdinon of yesterday, con tinued lor two hours and twenty minuUs. Nei ther of tho parties, wo nudeistind, wero very much hurt, a matter ol great disappointment to moH of those pnsent. Alter the terniinulinn ol this light, two bullies from Philadelphia entered ibe .it n. I'Ui before tho light could be elo-ed, tho crowd bioko tp in u row. It Is a pity that tho police do not i.riett these men oeiore going io vuu light, for thi-y generally pass the night in Phila delphia, uud make uo secret ol their lulentioti. Tin: Woiik of a i lar. Durlnif the pa-i year the receipts of the business and benevolent ao- pnrtnietits ol the Baptist Publi- ation society were iHiri.47:i 77, one-filth more than duriug any pro- vions yem ; 528,000 copies ot books ana tracts and l.'-i'JJ.tiOO l'omi7 lienjieti wore issued; tl Sunday tehools leceived grants of libraries, li.blcs, o.c.; 1-f niinistcrsreceivedcueico libraries; 3s ieimeuu have been supidicd with books and ti sets ; nearly 7000 volumes huve been given to the Uniid States Christian (Jouimiiou ; and 3,150 volumes and 102,231 papes of tracts huve been elisiiibuted giulu;tou-ly uiuong the destitute by the colporteurs on tho lield. Pi.iis.onal. General Grunt's great female spy, JIIsk Major Putilluc Cushmsu, will arrive in our city to morrow, and, nt tho request of many of cur citizens, will take an early opportunity to narrate her wonderful experiences, dressed in her uniform. Mr. John T. Donnelly, Jr., of this city (loinierly Treasurer of the Walnut Sireot Thtatie). has been selected to perfect the ueces- siiry unangements, and will publish the gallant Major Buuouncemeui next wee is. Tub liiniABii Tov hn am kmt. Tho billiard mutch for the championship of Pennsylvania, wblfh is now being phty ed lu uusom Stieet Hall, is exc itimr much attention anions: billiard n avert, Most of the games have been closely contested, eviiieinir ureal skill in the players. The contest for tbe championship was narrowed dewn yester day to Messrs. ittcpne aud N'clius. Tun Ihuki unpfnt Movrmwr tN TtntTisrs Wash. Tbo Democrats of the Tenth Ward have made a secret bargain to support Mr. Samuel J. Creswcll for Common dtunci1, In return for votes for General Reilly for Congress. This is au attimptto defeat Hon. Charles O'Nflll ror Con gress, and should be frowned upon by every Id publican. It is sharged that Mr. Creswell has used hla In fluence, In Councils to throw the municipal patronsgc Into the hands of the DomoriVB. He voted in favor of Democrats in the (las W ork, in the Uuardmns of the Poor,and in tho Glrard Col- leiri-. and thu trenirndo'.is lever of their uishurse- nii tils are now being used against tho Govern ment. Richard Vaux owes his election as Director of Oiiurd College to Mr. CresweU's dellnnce or raity obiiHtions. 1 bo Republicans of the ward lisvn then fore demanded a change, and have nominated Mr F.dwin Mnebcftc, a ceniletnan of Indi nii'iiblc encgy, and ueTotrd heart ana soul lo ihc cause ol thu Uovtrmncnt. Fi.t.criiti itv as Ari'MED to the Hc-kan Ffami:. A very interesting lecture on electricity, its uses, etc , as applied to tbe human systeta, was delivered at the F.loctrical Institution of Piof.ftors Holies A Brotvn, at No. 1220 Walnut street. 'Ibis institution was established five years lincc for the express purpose of (renting p iticnts slllieted with uny complaint, by meant of elec iricity. ty Invitu'ion, last evening, a very able lecture whs delivered by Professor Holler to a largo nnd highly appreciative audience. Tho lecturer i xnliiineel Bt lencth the mode of treat ment ihrottrh the poweritil agency of electricity and whv it should bo fnoro ellectlve than tbe treuimi nt resorted to by ordinary physicians. Its t Heels upon the human frame are miraculous, and in nil eases where vitality enough is Islt to react, a speedy cure, it It claimed, can be effected. Th reason given lor tbo repealed failure of tbe old medical systems of practice, is that the diseases have their orion in ibe pelvic viscera, and enn liot lie reached under such treatment. Kloctrielcy, when applied to sue h cases, would work aston ishing results. '1 he lecture last evening was must able iiideeel, and contained ninny murostiiig cxplsuaiions in regnid to electricity, with which the mind of every one should be thoroughly coguuaaL A MixFii-t p Case. Mrs. Murphy, the pro pitctress of a nhltky mill at C alien and Cross alleys, preferred churges beforo Alderman Mc Cabcn, ) ctterday, against a negro named Thomas Nixon. A few days time a numlier of persons were in the houso of Mrs. Murphy, and under the influence cf liquisr they grew riotous. They lelt tbe house quarreling, leaving Nixon and a colored ladv. named Mrs. Bradley, behind. Tbo barkeeper of the house, Wm. Hunter.entered the bur-loom as soon as ino party icu, unci airs. Bradley nnd Mis. Murphy bccuine Involved in a quarrel. This was unpleasant, and II miter inter fered and put Mrs. ilradicy out. inixoii tnen b. came involved. The complainants ul'eged that Nixon biuit Hunter rjaiiiy. ino uoicneiants Biserled that after Mrs. Bradley left, the door of the hou-e was closed, nnd bath of tho complain ants fell npon Nlxun.who was beaten with a wbl'ky bottle nnd severely bruised. Tills wa turning the tables. Nixon was held to answer, and a counter suit w ill doiibtloss be brought against Mrs Murphy nnd Hunter. We defy any oue to fully understand the above suit. Dn. Elih.k To-Nioiit.- It U auuounccd that, by the invitation of tho Republican Iuviuciblcs, Dr. William Elder will address tho public this evening ut the Musical Fund Hall. Dr. El. lor is ono of tho most original and entertaining of the popular orators of our time, and wo can promise his audience an intelle. tuiil feast seasoned with humor and crowned with an earnest and uniliueli ing loyalty. Doctor Elder has devoted much lime to tbe study of our vast aud comprehensive financial svsti m, and his biief aud terse allusions to the smooth scat alter tho storm are exhaustive essays on tho ability of onr peoplo to pay the national debt with comparative ease. Ho has a happy way of reliovipg tho lUvuils of finance Item lis usual dry and musty churacter, and of friimlng the figurets of arithmetic in figures of speech to the mingled delight und Instruction ol ail tuut near nun. ASS.VILT AND BaITKRY, WITH I .STUNT! TO Kill. Tills morning, John Burns, a desperate character, well known to the police, was lieforo Aldtitnun Jones upon tho charge of attempting to commit a felony and atsunlt and buttery, with Intent to kill. It teems that he visited a houso of rather low repute on Market strcef, bImivo Ninth. He encountered one of the young Ldlos, and a: tempted to force from her '7i which sho bud icereted in her stocking. She resisted, and durh g ihc strugglo he tore her clothing and boat her In a most cowardly manner, cutting her face and head In several places. He was committed in delttult of $1000 bad to answer at Court. Riscni-mNo. This morning warrants for the payment of the city bounty to thlrty-Ovo men were insued by the Mayor; The political excite ment seems to have dampened tho enlistment fever, und but few ret ru its are secured, it will not do to stop now, when our quota Is so nearly luil. A few dues more of eneiKctic exertions w 1,1 accompli, h all that is detited. Sm.e most of tbe wards have tilled 'ibclr quotas, there is loss on,Di tition. and the labors of tho committees In the wards still de flcicnt arc to that extent light ened. All that is needed now IS u real and doter nuned clfoit to fill tbe quotas in the different wards. Ft KKKAL or Thomas Cam i'Iiki.l. Yesterday morning the funeral of Thomus Campbell, Esq., a well-known citizen of the Seveutceutb Ward, took cbice from bis late residence, corner of Srennrl knd Thomnson streets. A lirire number of the friends of the deceased attended bis fune ral, which was tlie largest ever known in tno aliovn ward. Tbe bodv was taken into St. Michael's church, where red uiout services wore held. The intermcut took place at the Cathedral cemetery. Pbiladbliiiia Navy. Yako. Tho following vessels are in course of consti action at the Phils de'nhla Navy Yard tSethammij. Shai kumttion, Suatara, Antirtamt Vuehmataha, and Tonaicnniia. 1 be lollowing wero undergoing repairs : Huron, Ciiipttra, l imit 1 11a, Sasmcu-i, Masuuliusttti, (, It. L uijler, and l.ikan. To Pi kciiaie CkoniiNO atLow Prickk, m1;o lit n i mm enr itin k m iv iht - haik titnut.iii. Wa (ktlllnt; gmxts In 'yt. fti, twikf Mil .m'rruilt ri'M V ru 'rt' rtnt. iotn r titan 11 imw ChrK"l lof ttie nine gtmin niaitti to n'lli-r. W hv a I tvieitt, Uw. irU t ul C otlmitf Mii'i, Yuuih m. atiitl Bwjs . All u lilted wiU.outUtlnjr ur iroiiij.fj. Br SN r TT A Co., Towr Hill, No. uif iUiiketl atittut. ThbToILOP A.OKH HAIiB A Kkchkatiow AND 4 )'i..m Bit. V ht rfilrct i'i"n ths ut td.l havnc wmuvlit uptii t ttw thi ul ctii tttlmimii. ihruuwii Mcui. by Il lsal ft .li tir.o nil ui ol thu MWille. led jmt j fte.ure auu pntl in pointing I lie million to the Uj-eiicen ri jisdv proils J in tu riurt uce rit-Hiug .Mi hme, notd at ho. ti.O tifMiut irt, t'W bavriiiii. Kery one i th4kM cKhiMt J inacMiifi ! ui i,lcd with 'Mtitniurn hii. wtr." a mott altibie ai mtdKf ty tit;li tue work ti tell d rf iiit. wit'ioui tlie It-a-t t rt or trouble to tlte t'Tn.tf . All iUh mtcMMfi ar olil witi a K'ivrvo t lo iv entire tiia4-ii"i. r ine n'ny It- rMurnol; to tl'Bt 'clifrM mvc.r tlnlr mmy In ih l'hr-Bta without a paitlrU of iik. IVrwon- n w vJKitMi tti eitv il on d not utiiil CMl.int at tU Ublltnueul muA tolectiuf u tbat-liUie. Fitkndiu Fi'FfiMr.NR of rbotograplii maile at h HciiHtr (inllviy, No. i.'4 An li ctitv-t. Ui sizo l'hut-'niapiifc lu wil cwavMtt ,luiyiiv, and Cartel 4a Ullv. ou cully. Thk On. Fever. "We do not wonder that our mi ull hit. n- 1,im fiiiiliii" raniiitiiit on the RiilHcot of "Oils " Tin. nr.' at uAnv if w kiih ii t tu it t'lia-ir-y. TUt naxt llfht Ilillitt IO rttllllf 111 IB HI MU llSkt- Coal nt tin" popular a r tl ot W. w Aiivr, nd.vk r. nmui Irtct. ou tviU tuvo luuncy and get Uu b -at artlcla. Uniini.. "Auffustws" !iad just put on anew mill tii in Ctiarh Hmkn 4 Co. umW ha Cuntlucutal. whi n lit- ahkeJ "inaiic' wnai nt' imoukih oi ur "l ike a bowl of punch," talo 1 li. iw liki'tha't"1 aau. Uot a ;oo Ui It," said Ike. LATEST MAB1SB l3iTia.LHiKKCE. rnrartnpii this mobniho. P. hr w n.TlioinM. W llisuiurt, l oitreti Uouro., S. 0. il H). Iifiiplli-r. Rcl'r W. II. lii wltt.norsv, Wiort,0. B Ksrfiwt. Pclir T Itordm, W riiihtlinrion, million, w. Huumr.Jr, H. hr T I'otinr, kae-ksil, lilouimsicr, Tylw Co. brlr E. Woolttsi, Murlli, Uiiltwm Cllr, Cotalu. RRIVBJTHIS MORN1MO. RtP.Diihl. Wrsl.'ra M.lro.lll., . '".m Fjrtrf" Mouror. with 4M) tick d wound t..lS.M; " '"' Htalea Mi-dlrsl Du-.ctor. Ort luisow. c'ly. ttw tills ?l,ll"o "hTi.from l.lvt.r,so..li S Oil lkl i y..tsr.l.- nu n. .i. r'"Si B.lh trtlh let lliis rorrwtor, Wluio. If.d (rout BUl, wlio let ,0Brts huV". '"". otyi hoc Tpa By, In bal. ,:XJJ.-."VwLu'.Vj'd.). front Bo.tou.ia bU.t t. u ..- mi M l.sM. . I., Taylor, t days from f ortrtti Moaroo, ,Vk""B.w.s.., Touts. dy.froai K.w York. with "aohr Mou'w'.. Last, t elsyt front Botton, In bulUit to ci'cr"j. Slmmta, B.uki, tdtttroia Btkim,ln htllut sw-ur at. Suilth, Itiiltr, i dayt from Boiloa, Ut k jjl)t to CtS.UI FINANCE AND COMMERCE Owes or T nvr-mre Tnimn, I rntucs, ooteksr I. The new bull movement In stocks is btghtiins to develop Itseir, and, In New Y .rk especially, shows great strength. Thousands of shore change hands hourly, and to large are the treat actions on the street, beyond the printed sale,' tbat we hear of one bear opemtor who sold 10,009 shares of Erie alone, seller thirty days. Frosa this some idea may bo formed of the character and strength of the fight now going on between the bulls and bears for the snprem icy. We think that the "heaviest artillery" is on the side of tha bulls, who deserve success for tbeir manliness in coming forward with large means to pre rent panic at this crisis. Of eoerse there are many persons who would be glad to see a financial crisis just now, that the Government might be) embarrassed ; but the vast body of the people) would be the sufferers. , , Lost evening, at the Flfh Avenue Board, (hsf market was very stormy. Illinois Central sold np to 1 18, a rise of & per rent. ; Erie at 94. a rise of 2 per cent. ; Eesdlng, 1231-or 61 J, -and the whole) list was firm at advancing prices. Gold was) higher, selling at 97. It ts stated, in welUn fotinrd circles, that the rise in gold, )ust ow4 lsl based npon Saturday's demand for European shipment. It Is stated that some of the Geraa&a bankers who bought onr cV20s when gold was selling at 275, are now reselling them here, wUk gold at l'.)o. This would be a very nice financial stroke for Mciuhecr, and we have nodoabtthat to tha remittances of tho proceeds of the tale) of these 5-20s we aro Indebted for the present Hurry in gold. After thil speculation, we shall no doubt have large European ordort for one Government securities, whenever gold again crosses 200 ; for parties abroad can make a very handsome operation by shipping crn here, Sell' ing it at the high figure, buying Government securities with the proceeds, and when Oar vic torious armies again kno.k down the price oC gold, they can sell out ft-20s and take their cobs home again. A very nice littlo gamble, which even John Bull will be having a linger In shortly I turly as he is towards as, he loves Jonathan' money. , The market before board opened rampant, Willi lurge tales of Reading at U2.1, the New Yorker the buyers in this market. The demand for thiol security grows as the price advances, and tha public begin to send in tbclr orders to the com mission houses ; but as yet the princljnl demanel is by the large party in the stock who take' the cash certificates quite freely. o In New York before board the street w is very much excited, snd in Brie and the New York shares Ihc demand was very heavy for the cash stock. The shorts arc luking ths alarm, and th weaker brothers are trying to cover their con tracts as rapidly as possible, la the face of the) ruin which begins to stare them In the (ace. , A a large amount of ' Sccesh" mo icy ts supposed to) have been employed In the effort to break djwa prices, we hope the punishment will bo severe. Gold has advanced 8(10 per cent since ' last evening, opening at 198; advanced and soUfat l'J9 ut 11 o'clock i 204 at 12 ; and 20,5 at 124, with considerable speculative activity. ' j . ' pmTjkDELrrru stock etchanok sulm, och r. BsporMd by (Sarktoa A Co., Brokars, Ke. 131 8. Tatrt 8 It BEKOltK BOARDS llnrOAnesh.ro ru.... Tsi,b wo h M-jElheuinynu. titlth lli.MdUia K.... 01 300 ab , do M lcllnti tin S.'Vi -.w.h do Hi I'Klth . elo... tilf.Vt Vin do slto (II ski ili du e tri'it V.-Sl ill di li'J'a xisi sli elo...moa l.ih do b6 Uiu id Mo'Jtinuxk.... UN) nh Lxusu ira . bid Ikhh So..... asiin nibiwrd 2011 ah Coin I'ltotor... Ml tu dn inon 3U0 ta - do tun nil Dao-eU OU .Hi "V : is. h Oo blO S'.-l Hie. in I'nU.n lt... tii, i Ml sh bull Creek S.V riHM -"OAKn. I , :.!ott. a. t. t inr,m l.'O so TVnsmora . .tSO Ks.n Kusliui St.. iu i el do In I U 10 th ao.,.,.liJ0 sis tu i or r. lo-in m,1. ftisn oo.., N O 111 ' do.., S'lscie. li v lit, over iu. ; s;imiL-iiv St. now. ...lol ikOtU do bio 1,1 t.esi do mix Tun 11 S.. ...... Ut fil Is lull th Sell NaT pf..b5 .lo.-J tlHvUMcn. .Nt.Ot sv. .. ylnsi Mas. Can. bill ... IK) f .ili'X) I'.ini. A A St'ftl 101) .4m lliei n (; I'd, f.VllO iu mi 1.1'iusuc; m it., ii o tn t;tia ant., lOikl sana KM.., tilth do , ' !l(0 th N. V. M...W I4i 7. mi 7W so t ulioa c;estl.... 1 le tii Lciauh Vine.. 7S WI ta 1,.,1'lei IMI.... I'-", inu h do i-j; 11.. I si, I'h nil Ci... I 41 Oth MiCUliloc..M Sa InOsh Klmlr ot. M 1A th Cauuw 17 xmthi'hiUAKrio.... avfj too ill Lh gUZia 60 New Yokk, October 7. Stocks better. Chi- caso and ltoek Iilsnd. ll.'l: CuniDrriand Preferred. SNVi Illinois I rmral.. 11SS -, Illlnolt Cential txmill. IU1 Mlctd utn rajiiifiern1!! H t Vew York Gcmnu.UO; eenntylvsnia, Coil. Till Kndlns. I'.'S; llod.cn llltir. du; MUtourl St. B-Jj Erin. UiS l On ;ar e'er insntel, s; Trmrj 7 3-P , lie ; ti-iot, couiwm, 1U,.'4 ; Ki-iiierua et, lot. Quotations of the principal Cool and Coal Ull stocks at 1 O'clock to-day : ' ilia Am. ma . Tntlon Cost. 7t NariKi Oft IS e. oreulo Oil....... Jb. 3 Bis Mountain Cotl. I V K.Y Mid. Coal. Own lit. Coal.... 4 I'arlsiiidal. V How Crrnk W t tssl.r Iiam Coal. ('Union Coal lluller Coal ICi.'a Hwalara aniMrlraii Kaulln.. I" 1 T 11V Kru.kllnOU S lllowti KSUfOd.. ..' 3 Irvuu Oil 1 VIMtMiiwra......... W 1 il'tJUOJ. !i I V.-t.l-," t'i 55 J k III. , 14 Ti e- IMaaMisr.liy liS IHWMrd I'enn Mining.. .U Is is jsioij rna k 'Hruntr Connecticut ..... keyslore Zlno,. tti.l.l.irOll.... UIU lank (-(.rtinenial It.rell III! Creek 1 3't. IV fttniltuia Genu. 3V 4 c 1 3-1 r..in. lT. se. ii,,..e l.i.ud. 7, aniwiienj uirfr.. S.'l Coma 4.S I'biU OllCrcek.. V4 4 V . JV 3 H1 HI ue . i ? i -ue Huple Khade OU.. UiK.'linlo'k Oil.... .14 17 nun e.Tes.., etc.' eiermiriiA Vaiiiitvlvanla i'.u. H iC'tmi Filacer S ' l'eiry Oil 4 Mineral Oil V KuatoDe Oil 1 VenanuoCill t'rlon I'elroleum.. H.S lie-acon Oil f.p 1 aim Oil I1- llr.utt d.t 1i Keck OK 4S i ,Trr Iutu........ J 1 niolw l' tt liprKooiHKBy... .. i jheu. OU Co IH V. Rflll ITT. k Co.. No. 18 8. Third strae. report tho following nuotHtlons for foretign tx chunge, per steamer City of Halt iuwrt, from New) loodon, Sfidirt' slrht.liWi)13: London. Jdayi.JH I'arls.lluilnvt auiht. 'I io.Jf. IliSj i Pajl.I'la)H Si. UtiJI. 'l Antwerp, SO Says' nut. Jr. C; llr 1, an. Sudan' aishl, l.eto.US: Ilamlmrs. M 4al lst SNIHl Coloirw, l-elp.lc, Berlin. CM dnya' ais'kl. Il"4 diUlii An.aierdaiu, I'rautAirl, B 4aya' aitkt. itu.laa. MartM llrui. The condition of the banks ortbe three prin cipal commercial citi. s of the Union is exuib'ted In the following table, which shows theuggrvg of their lust weekly stau menw: I nam. flrwei. CtrciitaCn. Parvii's. V V.O-t l...tlSJ.iK,T li C7 I t:tl 4 H7H-.S 14.-..81i l-hlla IVI. ... 41 i;i swilsjci j..;im St.tU.llsl bo.u,n,0.t.8.. 6S.:Mj1,J. bjj.ji 1.VH7..I1S at.iBi; Totatt VM SCO KU7 n.l.Ki.aWi I7,UW,I'1S 4 s.1S) Iat wok.... M,t b ji:ita 11. 9 HIM .. 1 ecre'iiBc lu lt.tns "' ' ' i lecreastln locle ' ' literiat. in e imiiaonn tc-Iii Urcteate in ilefoilti l,vr.niil The following are the receipts of Floor snr Grain at this port daring the past week : Flonr, blnV W Uhcat, bushels J?'? Corn, do 11,000 Oats, do S.oiKJ The following are the receipts of Coal Oil at this port during the past week ; Crnde. hhls Beliued. bhls ,i Coal loanayc of the Reading Railroad ; Ton Wm For the present week t t?Ali Same week last yeur 7J.01J And a duy's liituutluous to add, soy low Decrease 30,444 Cool tonuagsof the Schuylkill Naylgatioa Company:- To,,,. For the nrcscnt week fc'aiue week last year 2l,tWti 38,871 Decrease ..tt.i.. 13.U75 The cause of the failing off of the tonnage la owing to the wages ot the men being reduced; hence tome of them are ou a " strike.'' . Quotations or Quid at the Philadelphia Gold Exchange, No. Si 8. Third street, seeoud story i 91 A. M 198 12 M.....,.,....3o 11 A. M VJ'J I V. M 2014 Market strong. ' Mass Mektimo in turn Tsutb Wi..-A niass meeting of tbe citlaent or Ward will be held this erening, at iiiw Hall of the Union Assochttioii, taot and lUtoe streets, l)ittiuKui.ha "f"' he present. Arrungeuienis wili "tr, a g?andden,on.tradon at 'Xoe of tiZ nii;ht. Let there be a ari attnuoiuiDe 01 ciuttut ol the word. , ,'j Vi f)V SJO bisi ,.. Sl'X ... ii2 '