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LATEST KEW8TRTM TEE BOUTH.
Reported Orrntiu f Jrinia, Cav.
IA f-tcrfwi Attttil'ar.
The AinU InttUier of Palnt-tlay rmTlieg
fives rrfiiil l a rum f "fmns a viy riie ne
toaret," tb..t the Yanktes iwonpiel OhiUu o
Friday niornliiir. We p-'-ivfd by Tcv.r i v
snail lie Griffin nf Frlil it mornla.., which
make no mralinn if snv Yankee fircna an.
pn,aibtig. Sinl, Uiu it port mm tie tru 1. u lliu
frees! nu prolwh'y p1i ted I burst) ay ere i! g.
4riira f H-ii. ua., by Hi 4 ib, I.
6sprA IS lAa Rmn4 tfntj.
AiO'u, OcKitur 8. An crTM 1 d-?n.'rh
"tOmi" It'Capa.-'!' lf Horn., O.-o glv. w ib
8rec thmisat-a ii'), A rntio'f if w nm
flVen ew simi hihon. Tha Yauk'esd tr.ired
I their cornmbs ay a'on s, and iv . j i ir.
thll tlBlllriraa tillVtiiltl of lha . .. K .1
!i4aDfralVbcler da-bed I'imm rettn tut! b in ed
block of storchoti"", and ao so i. d ih-.e
t ant In the pi, o. Forres- la n vl'.trj j fenae-
face. Uoihm-iiu is cooped up la Nah,iie.
' Atf'itTH Hfl 4'ttMr..itlU.
Otipauk lo A AirWiiW W'.if.
ActrtsrA, O. t .lwT 8 I'he yel'ow fever still
prevails in Charlenton. Niwcwi dour di'lf.
ai1 :o to dosed by a number of clmciii. fue
ew nil i km c rii mr C outl ine? rtru 'fc toe write
f Ibe "Warner Uiry Boir ri while trv 1 1 r.lil
ntT CharlcKion barlhir. ani w m unK on Wo I-
ri'H'lnT niflbl. Unn f her cro ilrjte.j
h. rnvftioilr, with nil ti.' pa.i'!:i,Mr on D ir .
f win; s.ivtJ. ibe st Miuor wj oucd by L'alllo
Co.
In rrtnf of ltrtnra
I'ktkhhi.vhu. Oeiorxr U Y'"i'ar J iy, awit
jnoon, the fneriT In fune m'ip J o.i our rip it,
apposed, at firiif . for the ourj -c of tuiUinita i
' JpiU' k on onr line. Iirurn.'i ojt t lie ti ,iiiiu
Kncre than exiiiKlin r, bf the nmvnv, l tb iir
iws on nor rir!it, in omw to nciMini of onr
fott work! nrar fore Mvllm. Tin niniv, nr
tin mote, n iinoil no.Uing in fio diri'.-tio i of t'u-
lUlli-liic. raili'.al, an'l onir pr l -hikhI thir
int, arili'(f in fuw vidi'ttcs occipyini,' ilio
TOIinit. Ili th tIMilt nnll' nun tit' tlA nnrjM n. t p
f ort M;!U" oaJUplt-J iif tin cn-;:nT. Ail n hot
o n ii y J w enllier clunuy nni v.srv c ml.
! Tne city euitor of thn M'Av; doi-rt'9 ft trip
lown tin' river, rlomiyn: Wcfju.nl onr inn
lads in rxcrll 'nt il'itni)? tri.n, m in n' l iili fun
r of tn.iTr "t.iri," ;iu. Ki U ilo , int ieu i lut."
in( iu foil -ii'htof tbf i'noniv'1 iii.Sict-i, t.j nr
othing of Dutlur'l olwervni.iry, fro o lii h n :
ly thj inoi itirt in'ur Cliaj u'i, 'mt evt-.n tho
iirraird ltiithnn a'wivc DriiyV, tin. .vi'h tU'!
vd of A glai-, cNslly bo Ba n. V',j ri-r.iUc.l t
enm tbut on Snuirliiy inoruio-f a h iiHln'i
mile, named Jai k N:iilr:in, a Y tn'tei: di'vr r,
iUi two "tliors o'tho i iiin! 1po. In 1'i I tli'.w
'oiifcderaica, alo of Via era of lha irovdnil
IIUhmOHll, Wtl Ic bf O. llllll 8DI.10 KH'ill diry
n the no'th b ink of fiu river, t d 'scrt to tho
Mt A Nlirrch from llrnriiil llrii roirnnl.
rrll A ot'tmtiota I V, CM Cl'.'i.rl. 2.'!f! ii.''.
A General Haurai(l iv ia in It.iliili-'i la.-t F'riiny
" 1 )1A nit ;,A vA.. n... nl h'.m .... 1 ...
mi, r, miu -;im lunnvvi uin nmo i.nu .j i-
-nor Vmii c. Uu bin miiul at ori nh iro the
iriweifl cloned round hy it thnviu ni' i i t,ns of
II aii'i and Ijoik ttexu. 10 cavli a Kllmixe of tne
niuortnl bora, hidnc waited uoon, Ocnenl
iiamrard presemvd bimst lf on the or pi u.
im, und attrr the hiind li "I tinl-nia patnnte
k'r, be made n bandionie, cueour.iitiii, c nvtr
jttl ipaj yeo li.
tie f o we nave nri'n crownca wita many vie
rhi; th t we mini look for dome roiurMju. tbu
nry ma ha ita tbui , and w aru ever nd
n n in irel thi m ; ih t h) never diair, en
i tl e mhlRtcf the Hiost u n-ihle lj ttlos: that all
U itoii'K well at Richmond and riierniiuri(; thut
Jfe muKt endure, hope, and I'tfut, ami our iada-
enuence win ne tou -roiaten by the wise ana
'(.'Qcucent Kuler of tho VuiveHo.
Uenriiiaio ! KviIwiimmI.
'rent thl Autturtv ( ' ) KiL tr.
Wo do nit lb 10 ho cl iisod witb tbo-io whi
I'onld giveafal.-e eo orimt to our nituit i on, iu
rder Iu ruin tun i.eno i Jin)?, oat 1 1 aMiiu
khat we do to-day clvo hut the honent eo i vie
on of our mind, ''rout .ill th it w j c-i'i at bar.
kie iigns of tho' times in and around A-.Un'. i
ve promtsa if fJenritia will but ttara-tllT Ql-i-
Uarite ber dn'y of an euny rl Id la of o r de
vmiit ann vannnng jy. wo o- neve na ui
.'tonull-hed nil bu cmi, and do tbo tUo must
turn in our leior.
Ube hugoeiir tiilei we have hem til of h!
in D.nh uiid hii 8u)iln'j are hvu'i.'-dtiiim. Uu-
nihud noureen intoriu ui 1 1 it as in v.tv n'lort
f Bui'ulii men on bmf rutiu. an I b jrsei
yinx by bundieds pur dy. W.'i.vler hii ia
icti d A severe blow und-Mi'j'o lif ; an 1, in ire.
r, piovemcnti now on loot, In Jii aia soiiedy
ork. A "long pn l, a ntrniij; pull, and p ill nl'o
niher" will redei in (i"j iri.t lortlrvi'n, wli.in
i i:an h ivii i trim I illamin t'ion over tbo re
inpiiun of Atl.u.ti. !urptsinv; in hrilliiu:
je oti iu Nashville over lit f.ll.
eiKELAI, EnTiuD AN'iTARMY.
XltMiiiy AtiHtk of fiirrlllitM Month of
WlnclM-mlrr Three !! killed, nail
TbrM Ollira nul l our M. n b ully
Wuuuili'il unci ltolhil I'nplnrA of M
Hail I tin t'unntry InfoxttHl nlltl lllooil
Iblrxiy ltiitliii Hint MIkIih ivuii ai
Maetinsiilho, V:i., OHobor I.'. I h ive juit
rrived ai thin pliue, iVom fi'ie, t.) ih's iinny, after
itneniu;; onu of tho hi j.)dl''t lit k intielK of
uerlllas on liooul, wi.lni o.'i-iir;oil yo-itorday
ne milen eouih of Wirn lit n or. l.ioutmaut-
3hnel C. W. Tollei, Chief Quanorui.tnter, at
lartinBburg, and Hurgeon Oblsua -her, Medical
mpector on General Sheridau'i iLifT, at e ld.'d
uiu oi cavalry ot iwemv-ave uion. com
anocd by a lieutenant, and acoouipiiuied bv uu
a.bnlanie containing a large will, bit Win-
ei-ter vmterday mornliie early, tor nuorruu s
udinarier, then at Uedar creek, only liiK'tin
Ilea duuint.
They bad proceeded aevea miles, an 1 bid
acbed A point one mile south ot Ticnlou, im u
ey were anrprinea oy about mty guerillas, sua
tHrlouft to W hiie'ii troops of Moncuy' nnof
utlawi. The llobtTa danheJ boldly out nl' a
leee ot woodi on tho left of ilia piko, uu 1 ink
.g tbe road behind our party, and b iviu '. vury
iperlor boret, rUi.rKi.il over nud tlir.j i -u Ciom.
jjreaklng and teatlcriu them iu every dir'j'.lon.
'ur tueii, urprn-ea . and panic-stii.'scii, a'nl
eing thenipelvvi largely outniinilhri'il, mule
ut little deft Dsc, und taot-ltlvura werd .r.m loll
It the merey ot lUo cut'liroat'.
I Colonel Tollcawti ehotin ih.: bioKofti.e hi ad,
Ind In thought to he inurtuliy noun iei. Tha
itirileon was Hliot in the letr aiffe. i.iar. l....'iia th..
Heart, and, a ho snys, utter iu bul aurren lere.l
Wild deiivereu up ins mm-, ua . sinr repor-td
De oe. u. inu ii(.un.iiunt in. one uakn avn)
aa kiiov uno i(,ii n:e uu ,, mm ,i hi.o scl l to
o oast rtiovcty. Tlirie i. he guard wer.; kiilr.l
iitif bl ; m.e nl t'lun1, i ii'i'.jil ,1 or-1 an, of tUo
7lh l'e.misv Irani I tMilr-.' illal four nJliMi-4
oiii, did, vi hili. hut one lit a! li.1. b l viut loanJ
ll the Held,
Ibe arniiuli.li'.o was ea, .arcd w.tU the mall,
id Mucre fniiv i nn oif t'i" u!s I lie benando.ib
ver In1; oi d onr r..m. ol jmii.uit, uad the nam
t of orlor tnl ii wii Ir . jet unkn iu.
had lit hi no the v.il ay l lit mi d'lyu before,
id :ia i' w ie:i:nil: K n.- a v..'!in.teer eoarur,
itb the mIviu.'.'c :-uaJ.u of u tiniu comirg doivn
r niiilli.
tills ni!ven -e wes romro.-ed mo-t!v of a lnrfro
t of db-ablcd mi l l roken-donu cnvi.'.ry, who
t ie fxing to tbe rear to turn in their tionri viee
ile artr.f ami bires, and em comiuhr.dcd by
nr'aiil Sebovlllc of tue tli Nciv Ifcik CAValrr.
-id l.lLU!ennr.t l)K ee. ol llie ad p.v Jnrf,.-r. A i
L 4l n IHGI. In tl'il tnli'of M hill un hi-urri 111 i ut
wfx tront, atid, Uarking foiviard, i-ooii nn.toui
in in Iu.'. r. 'rent, rS.H'.y .1'oh I by nwi ii.'cr
it ailed ''iib t'i r.i-b many of lio-tt w:r-.!
.ned la. rime is" o.;r uu -i. fi:i':i";," It h lit H
1 l .-Ml It ,i. i..1-!.:! .'Kjil I' UTf.1'.!! tae .'.V(i.
'IU l! l-'i-, in..-. : w:. ii,.i... v .qi .i...;, i i,a iu
ii .;. 'i i- ! lo i.tieat '.I tV- a.iji arahce I
i invi e i in I '. m I'jiii v. i ii '.an!1 e clisi. U'i:tii'
,11 v. it !i a,l voi , the ci!;..aMH Ih-i ttn-M ol itico
a -i u hied 1 1-i'tu t" ..-ta;.C Wl'h l.ttl-j t:ai a
i .1 ti(. cai'if tho t..tii.. t ".iie of a !. Tie
i'1'iinswno aud ab't onr oiic.-re U.d dr i'it(l
it t;l tUc il a'e, uim ioi:b:c!, u:. ' .'i .
aijiptti; t.':e tlotlilui.' fcn l ali.ih!. s irotii ta.-.:
.nouii umltf our oiy tye. iiaiU oi our
ot niiert jiit.n ! .-.t hi- Cio.'i'.y . d h. and
ol. TolK' b:i '. b'.i bot ad Ci l aim ruti.lc'sly
uu titiu bis person vtuilo he lay iu tl e touii
vi.ta'iy v. ni.t.v'l, Ijoio.o vie t.u!d jat ?u:u
uovgb to Ttcri.e b in. M'pl-ad b r.td of thr'r;
onilile outruf't a c m u'ud ou our prusoiaii
tfoie, but never bi.d vc anuiO.y een them v;i:i
ar to n ft e, I ton .or.'": .1 nv.h Colonel Toile'
Sa d I'r. OuUlraclieT, H;oiitia boibwL.e ulnost
ftiiflb'o, bint mv,' an aitibii am o or. v-.j;u io
n,vey them to Genua. MavUHi' hc.t.'.'t';Wri,
iti.e live uilen diffant.
Till' eini.-evalU') i iuf(.u!.'u v. i.a ta: .-e iJUi-.'i !-,
nd fcaieily a l:'u or a pan f,"t e to r way
nd d' i- hot r 'Ojhf a ai o' or a Uui.ifiooi tboiu.
ii r rav.Jit u l ei t so cohi'tii.v.iy ei"i4oyed i.so
Ueic at to 1"' uba'drt to utai w.iii tuo lu'aei caut
i iluv tic.-iiu', I ut wc believo t'aat (jt aer.u
Let id",, it i:l yt f'i'l mia:-. to txtevtiiinatc
.(j.. As bt b'a a.ioadT capttireil "vcrytUiog
.. .iu. ji,.tii.)i fiMi'i. no uli..u."ir is 1.1 hi-
I tiio a..'j r - - - -
i.opid that he v. i.1 aoon altiuo to tacw !iu.S'i.K"
hat go on lifi. Wrk '1'iiwne.
1
THIRD EDITION
VliUV LATISTNIiWS.
THE ELECIOHS,
lfOMult ti l'nn-.y Ivtinln..
FCUIl TnOUSVND MAJORITY
ON TUB IIO MB VOTE.
News from Ohio and Inrlizitu
Getting Eutlor.
AFFAIRS AT C!TY POINT.
EUUOEED EEMOVAL OF MEADE
AND WARREN.
General Sheridan's Oparatleus.
GUERILLAS IN TUB VALLEY.
LATE FROM THE SOUTH.
Reported Cxpturo of GrlM-i
by Sherman.
SPEECH OF BBAUREOARD.
FROM SOTTIIKRV VlT.CIMl.
r.te., Kl"., y.lc, k-.i sr.. Kle., Kt.
Firii'inth nutrlet.
rm.tm r.. VUih r 11. Tho followaig is; tho
bill, tnl volo In Cuinherlnn 1 eou i'y :
tlosbreuni r II. ifiilar I' jnio r.U), Jiijl ; Ltllov
(War iJitnoerni), ,'ilol.
Tbe ha tunc of ih.: l)m-'''M cinnfy vow is
elected by nn averag; m i.oii'.y of tif'J.
Au 4tli.tou I'rotil II MrrlNburti.
II HHiriin.io Oeto'ner ii. I rum lniormution
rcoeived here this morning, it Ii ahsolavcly i n
pj8Mlilo to dctcnilne how .he "tato had gone
until the reeeai'lon of offl'f-i! r- 'urns
liolb partita claim a s n 11 m ijority, hat the
nnexrtetcd reoolt in th.; b' J f No. thern Union
ounties rnior it ae tre-iy po-nble to OTcrcoaie
tbe large Democratic u iim.
In either caso It is a iTiiit ii to it tbe m j iri'y
will be email and ean 0'1'y 1 c L.t-rmined by tbo
olhVuii vote.
The recording of tho s Id.b.'s' v ) h necaa
arlly very alow, h. iu d.s.r. aieJ amon tbe
varloui couoiiea, and fron. ;h i rc noer la wjleb
fiey upps-ar on the 1 1II7 e ip ra, it u imrmsible
t make an ngrega'i: urii. iho redrd ismjr)
eouiplete.
THE SOLDIEIIG' VOTE.
ARMY OF THE TOTOMAC.
xiwaifnl lo Th" fcvenl-i:" l'"laT'"fi.
111 rivjoui:, () lohi-r 14 O .'-.ool Collla, of tnl
1'oton a-; (Orau ') aruy, aru. ! bjro in thii
Biornlnr''a ro-it. He br'nira v, h blm the folio v
Ing te-nlts of voting amjtin 'e.y.rl.o raiments
of I'eiin')'Iv.-iiiirt Koinicr.s :
tl viiltent. I'ni.iir, tl n. 111111. ..'U. Vnl5il. rJ"tl.
1 0-1 JIU I I 7l h 11 II
4'th ... !)- II With. 1.2 60
llS'h 30 Ulth 141 21
f.'lM 7'" 'j ' 9'ih 'H 61
H'lih 11 M I Slt 31 H
142-1 I'M 'It ' Mi 82 31
14'lil 112 a'.! l4o h '17 :l
I.JIh (M) '22 ll'h'i ll- .1!
l.Mih 27(1 tid . y;iu W 3
110:1 60 32 t
M.wom 1 na..
20'd ronn'ylvania, 3-7 Vnio ..
6Htb I'ean-yivjnia, 71 L'ul n.
21 lib I'ennsylvatott, '.'') l'ul ".
2o!ith Pennsylvania. 131 Ua'i.
'20'rh l'ennsy Ivania, iHK) l'ul m,
2d ( orpa Headiitmrtcrs, 37 I.1 i'on.
10th (Vrp lle oliiu irteM, Jl ' uion.
Total 1'uion nuijority 17 A
Tim Tula In ll:c A rmy ol the Potomiae.
ai dt apat'h to Gen-rr vl (' 111 roa, dated liahi
uiore, Oetoher 11, y ' overv r-giment in tbe
Army of the I'oiomne, a i far i" ''.'jiird from, gives
tie Union ticket a in j-; ita . 1 have tbo returns
of twenty-n ven rejirn' i'-i th- i give U1 twenty,
t-ixhiindrid major. i). 'y 1 -mail vot wua
Kllcd on nivocat (.fa ar,:''v o.'.icketa.
J. I!. Au.' v, Commi-uioner."
Tro to One In I it to. -' titcj I'aiiun.
The followinj, leloar ini w- handed to tbe
Pro-idem IVom tin-Wi.r in . a tmcnt thii after
noon : .
Clrv I'-.iKT ile'o'K V - M ,
Bis l'ei r lvni in lii (.'iiu-'iii
drcd and lilty I'J U) S i fie tl..
cuea) and taci ly oiia 1 l-.'l I Dei
rT.T. Kckert:
Eive nine bun
Union ; one bun
eratic. II. liMCKWIIU.
ll.
: Democmt, 20.
TliFsM -l H'l I.. I I I-1 1. !'!
Tbiijer, l'.,7j I! 01 , l , I.
TO-DAY'S WAmSO I'ON NEWS,
Kpt' )i'ijiiU Ins to Kt iilitR Telegraph.
Vs.i,i.: , WctolKir 14.
oiikiliai'l. A(tiilicvt ii,,. liuva-raiinout.
Judge Iloit'a & triad r p rt i.,.on the mass of
tei-t!iuoTiy furnished lion trim iliflcn-nt nour.'os
In ri gurd to tbe ae i i.t 1.1 v-;.:. na and coiiKplru
cies B(:ain.-t tin.-Ciovein-i-Lir, 1 ".:ned prlnripally
In the Wci'1-to Hmr. , ' ; t.i.a naacl disloyal
persons, in .nbilut'd tbi" ioon :,,g.
It it- a tboraujjb ex... s( of tue 'VVeatern cciu-pnirR"-,
is origin, l ittoiy, i.aait.i; Its orcaulza
tion and oillrers; its aiuaod force; its rlti:al,
ouibs( all(i interior forms j its wrltton jr'.'iciplc' ;
its anceiflc f-ureoses and operations.
Mieritlttal Aruiyi
Mi joi Mai vin, I'ayinast.r Vu!t'.l 9ti.t.-. Army,
wLo uaa . .-t ioturi:t J fjom e-ueritiiiu'a Arm,
r ioit.. it i 1 lir-t tat .- coadit.eu, mil t ji.t Un
t. ,vi v.- an i tuy ido e iu oaitu n-i ! ! .
'3 a.e lt w .1.111.
A a joiL't i' of pron.iii- t I t..-:t mj
att.'b'j'.ug to t'ao biui lot th u.-w
rVtw Hftvrylitutl 4 oi.C:t ii: . in.
Adf tua .roui I altaoori.' tlnauior u ,!.;; t it
Hie 1.. w C'.:i-.t!tr.'.ii u is uatli;..l by a :-n .i
u;;,. o.i-y.
I30U BiLTDIOSS TO-DIT.
Arui B.'otlf rfl-3elli of Juili Iutiev
1 lie 1 le ou tho Ktfw liylna,t foiitj.
Iiviiuu.
yftul A'-'.-o'-A l IV .?:r..'t7 T.'rj ;..
hhl'.'.v. jauj, October 11. Allaiii iu th army
iii-c wotit cheering, and good be.ltb pruails;
i.onie ckituiiabiug oteiij.uuu11, but ui t'.rioi.a
tij.bliDJ.
Oaf Courts to-Jar are' aT euc,;cd iuf.'g
tiiiiute to tbe memory of Judite Tanoy.
TLa T lo ou the uew Cuii. tiiutiun v.iii Le clo;e,
but ti.o (olilKra' vote, v.'uicb will pij'mb!y
add 4 '."J mme to the mojotit for tUj Catiilitu
t'.ou, v. ill becure its vuliiication. Tbe stroitg slave
coui.tiib are almost unanimous aui.i.t it, but it
ui doubtful li their cutnc vjli. wwu'.T cnue Us
defeat.
GOOD FOR OHIO.
Urion M jority Eighty-Fivo
' Thousaud.
fiFAEMKCN IMdX (0(,U:MK,
ONLY TWO COPPERHEADS
ELECTED.
I ,
Cl-ii tMtTi, OrteVr 14. Tbe I'mon ma. .my
in Ohio on the bam a votn ia aixiut ilnr.v-t've
Ihoarar.d, uad the aoldi'ra vote atiii prahibiy
im re.i'e It lo eighty five ih ma m l.
HiTt ulei 11 V.'uIjq Conres nen ar". cl J t.
Ilia) ImuM'ttsf. 1'nloia vlivj-vrliy tanitrMMa
. men l let l- tl.
The Cin' inna'i llufr of We Inosd ly nji;-
Thr cs innite nf 4i),a majority on t'i ham-)
v le, t uiiii-h. ii tn Mouiiav'aii,!.. tie, will notvary
tiia'i r aly Ir ni tho iwuil rrau't Tie- I) ino
rfii'i have K)I it the r loll vote. Win e -va tiao
lost, in e. iim qti' i.ee of the ' Dim 1 o.-e of m
p. t jilf, t aiwriaoy in ftnnig l.;ni m districts, in 11
I nitm vi, t ir . fins, hii.I the tranifer of 2 lis) n
vot. r t i ih'1 arm y iue Inst f ill a"ount- in ilii'v
tor lb-' fading oil from Itr ong 1 a in iior; y. tat
aolnt- r'a vole will -we I the afar rii'.e in i- -ity tn
ovt r Ml,' oil. Ibe I'dkjii ma, irry oil too u mi j
vote will b' Inrieas, d In Nuvmub-T.
In reg rd to VnmrieiairH-n, wr hvn ni n i t
awi pt tl e htate, ele- tmg arvontron of tn 1 nin-i-treu
t'lmitri-hruen. ut tbiit, nxteen ste n t
have l e- n eleeied by tli homo vote. Tua fol
lowing are the uucee-slul I'mon ean II lates;
Ktrt D.nriet, 4. onnilu Kiigie-toa -, S 'P.in l, H.
B. Ilnyts; Thiid, K. C. Hent-ncli ; K inn, W.l
li. in lar.m ; riixtli. H. W. lin k; riiiveiitb,
N.Khelahatg-r; Klfih'li, J It. 11 ih'v.'ll ; jNin'.b,
II V. llurk and; tenth, J. M. A-tilev; Kevn b,
11. K. Iiitiiot ; Tuiiteenih, I,'. IjuU.io; K iur
teettii, M. Welhtrt fifteenth, T. A. I'linu;
Hixtreiitb, J A. Ilinba-n; Hev. ireontli, K. U,
K'-klryi hlghtes-nth, H. I'. Saaai.l.ng; Nnij.
teenth, J. A. (i irtield.
I a Hlond and KincK weaupose Its le rlo'. ad in
the Filth and I'tve'dili District by mtjOiities 1D1I
the wildiers' vote will nuloveieo n". T nusih id 9.
Ealinn will stuud 17 I'nton to '2 Democrats. 1'no
jiriftnt th Ii g.'itiun standi II Damorus to,,
I'lii n. .1 I'mon gain of 12. Tuis is a ij-atifeing
and linpoiiaut result.
IMIMV I.l.lit HON'.
Tbe niajoriths fjr jvjrtn.'r !u the S:v'ral
Conniiiaof Indiana, far asv.eb.ive returns,
are as follows :
Jloai.i-.', t .i'-tt.
w t- .)
H.11I1 ah ....!,
M"Hr.f
M .lH-."i.D, H --n.
(. ,.rv Irul
A Inn ..J
il ir'.h ir...w... li 0
T. '41 J.ISJ
t'.ri..
I. ir-'.te ...
V -a-
.Mark.it....
II. ..' 11.I...
Henry
I '1' 1 11 an .
Jan. Idis. .
It..
i. Dt '' ll
.. 7"!
Mlata 1 a
II. mil I, i. IhiO
Il.l ua 1-0
'te.:. Inr '"'I
K.lkl.tr V.VI
HI. Ji in.... S.'J
. 0
.... a-
..If JI.O
to'ai
Koir. n ahead, Ifi.noo.
liialiiiiiH- I'nlon vlnlsvrlty lnroajitiva;.
FO' in lit Nil, Ind , O. toNcr 13, 11 11 1 P. M.
Tbe I n on 111 ijorty in Indinnn inure .a is steadily
tut tro it: "o.intit. eouia in. My majori'v is uc irly
'.eveti'cen hundred. fi, iii ti.i'K Cjlf),.
INVASI0TI OF MISSOURI.
Frictr Etiirea from Jeflierson City.
HE IC COINC TO KANSAS.
Ia'rllijenee was reeeiv'd ut baivl.;iaM 'rs y
teidaj, whi h eoniiranej the rumors previjuiiy
cotruut, that Trice bad retired from Jclfarsoii
City without hatnlitig a regn'ar at:i:k 0,10 a
that pla.v. Dig ax erienre nt Pilot Kaon wm sj
mvcic that ho was disiii. lin d 1 1 rop:at lha lea
on tani lit h m l.y IlivlUh a 11. 1 his coniradas of
Fort J .tvl lon. 1 ho ll ' lswifidrew ye.sterj.vy,
aiier 1: iving done m more than sklroaisb with
our mio UK's, and nine 1 oil in 3 westerly direc
tion. 1 All thc'civnlfy'nt hand was" sent b O.'u.i
ral l'liaioi.toh in puisnii, tsubtli'j view of bit.'.vss
ii g l ,'ir ior. llriUi r-Uenoral ri tnbirn bid
et 111 in. 111 I of ihe loree ehar.'ed witit this sarviea.
l'ti e'a pies- nt d. ntlna loa may ho I.-avrn-vortb,i
r rt, me place in I a vicinity, In K mats,
Horn Mlnn -e lie will r turn rapid.y noutb aa
soon ns his mar-tiidur ran rll'eet a hasty raid in
that part ot tho Wtaite. The route bo has selocied
to Kannis will doubtless lie through l.oxingtou,
Doonville, Kansas City, A.', lie will liivl na
Euhlie atorea In them to tempt blm to stay any
Bgth of lime, and all he ens do will be to relieve
cnleiie of those places, as be p tst.es through, of
such supplies as bu may lind it c juvemeut to
takeaway. .
We learn from an unoilic ial wmri e tb vt tbe
Rebels, utter moving Inivotul JeU'erson, burned
two httd:ea this side of C tiihiiuia, anil tore up a
portion of tho truck. This rum r is proija dy
true, as by doing sucb acta they iieuuwaiily retard
Ibe Federal pniauit.
W ubo near ilmt busbvtha.keri abitiudel
yesterday nhont Glasgow. Tuey have not at
tacked the town, nor done any particular mis
chief, hut are gathering, pei baps, with the design
of crossing to tho sou'li aide of the river, and
ioininj; their lo.tiini s to tno.su of tbe l'oi:es uuJor
rnce. St. louit HeptUilican, Vith.
Ittrr ol IVitnit l H, nirklnajun t(iriterl
4'HNai. -
The Detroit Tribune says: One of our most
prominent oiti.ens, Into whose bunds It had fallen
kindly permits ns to puhliih tbe following char
acteristic letter from Daniel S. Dickinson to
General Cass :
"Himhiahton, September 20, lS-jl. My Dear
(ieuen.l ; The Presidential t ainpnign is ugnin
upon lis in h arfnl earnest, and 1 biivo no doubt
you would unite with me iu piayiug tha', if pot
sinle, at Muh a lime as this tbo cup might pass.
Hut the iiuestion cannot lie put nsi le, and mu-t
be met with nil its rispouriihilirie.. 1 have no
attiicbinent o either of the eatnlidatcs, nor any
unlipa b e against them, to move 111c a hair either
way ; and I tun so tilled w-lib dia -.i-t ut tho inena
seillflmi s.s, the prevailing littleness, and down
right kuavery of political parties, that wero
there 110 0 no-turns bnvond those of ordinary
niotuent, I would not cross the street to
turn the scale for ur aitam.st tilh.i. Dut 1
regard the present siruiglc as vital ani e-ocniiul
to nu'ionsl houur yes, exiU'iice. ll a cius luut
liultimorc anci Chit ago have l.unic J is-uts for 11s,
and Mi. I.lnet ln mid Uineral M. Cleliait urc and
must be the lepiesentailvt s, rcsre-'tively, of these
urt at itntagoukin.s, and thut us a poop'e we
n tist stand or lull by the re-n!t. However mueli
Mr. l.lcrolu niuyj-retend to he pi me or (jeucrvl
MeCTeilan to be t "r before e.ection, we all kuoiv
that good fiiilb aud ronimon btnesty wi l force
the ont e'ettedtocarry otit iii the administration
liocttints laid c.owu by lb'.' Convention which
plnctd liim iu nnmiualion. Should (iencral Mc
t'lellan be elected, all will, iu wyjudgmont, be
lost. Tbe patrii.tic, stif-stistaluiiff, reliant foeling
of the V cion men will be ovei thrown and crushed
onl : llche'lion will 1 rauipaut and lulovirtited
w th .ucio-; ti e worst elements that tbe loyal
t-i:.t s eaa o'tmu' e wilt be iu site tttarka: tor
...,:! 1 : j.'j.'-'iap'-, sad iote ytt i iten'. rc.eB w i'.l
cii.t 'aitli iw; its ii 1 i u te ul -nsoleaee, aud.
c r tn iret."ise su;-1114 the eiiu.-i"U 01
1, in '1, w i;: tiMt-t'.y tia .tK' us I b. pa yo-.t w.T
it'vir in toy idea (bat it is the nuty of every
I ntie 4, and ot' none more so than Den.ucr.tts 11
tb- Oit'.l.s-n S' hoot, to e 1011I vtanuly tL ; X uion
.-ido. A'ad I bene yottv.iil le: yot r voice b1
i.ttir I a;.J j o r viok known st a.t ear'y dsy. I
Mil t'lic- llify rt'l ee:t jowi.rlui o.ii U.A.'.iiv
ini'ueoee ti;wii tiie publ.o mind.
'I Kad'joa l.iiew.tb a ..l.cteb of some re-initi-'.s
made ly nae recent' t a taklu.T the cLtt r
at a Vid"D muss ruc'!i.2, and tiot i tiiam yon
uiiir gatbor my ipiuions tome what 111 erieo.
I have ut'.a Libd.y iaviuai u Djtrolt, aui if I
t.n tied t.aiC let u bi:ci li.p, 1111 aa to aicipt; but
II i vtty tincfrtain tuiecd whether I rau do so.
"(sinccrciy y juis, D. !j. Ukkinsom.
'll:l. Lev. IS CaSJ."
HlUt lKI'.l llKOi'K.
Ilstii'.vx, October It. 1 lie ateamihip f,v,,
fiotn Lher.io.lO'a tbe 1th, put la tbi po.t this
uiorningi a b gh fc'i'lc blowing.
ller tiCWfWil! be telegraphed aj ri n ob
taiued. To Whom it May Cose 1 its. What iia pu'olic
or special dinner when the evening is enlivened
by toasts und songs ? It is a nursery bi.ro
di uuUardi germinate and grg-iv. ti it'tice.
CITY LNTELUC CE.
STititirTaivsnsiTH Torst Kit A.M.,
"i N '. One r. M..M. Wind, N.
ELECTION RETURNS.
Tho Vote in Thilidolphia.
TIIE OFIIOIAL STATEMENT.
NFET1NQ OF RETURN JUDGES
This trornlng at 10 oVlne the Hcturu J.iJ a
of Ihe several wards asae-nld.-d la tbe Supreme
Conrt room for the purpose of coauling the I
otllelal vote of the el'y of Thlla lelplda.
Mr. PamaelP. Hancock was ebo.sfn lempirvry
President of tbe Board. s
llobert II. Btatty and Kol-t T. Gill war
choaen ItBipTary Clerk".
A j ermnnrnt org inlr vtion wivseff ' te 1 bye, t
irg Mr Hancock as President, a .d Me-srs."lJov.:y
and 4)1)1 Clerk".
Henry Bunker wis select d as M J-Scvigor, an i
Georpe C, Clt od, Doorkeeper.
As usuil, several of tbe Jii ls r I I to makQ
the r appearance, and tbe busl less ot tha 1) tard
was fonirci'icBily much de'ayed.
1 he votee we're then read otr br w.tr.l, the
C .ligrcssionai ticket baiug brat ia ord t.
rofjnr.isiosi ii, vote.
nitsT btNTiiiiT. shc inii nisriiit r.
M'S'Si. Kill r. IK li 111 In') fi g-(ir,i.. O V. ill. 'I. lti.i: i. 1.
! 2 2.V31 o pi.) 1 1911 71
i l,l7f, 1,446 7 2.1 1,'IVi
4 "13- l,H7N H 1 1.12.1
6 1,100 1,W 9 ,VU t.22
e l.nesi 1.2.34 lo a,r.) i.ii)
11 Vs'7 l,4r -26 1,-1.12 l.livS
3,oi7 l..Vl 11,32) 7,li)l
1 7,387j 7, lot
Maj- 2,lti7Mij. 4,loJ
THIHO Dial Mr T.
rot urn ntsTKit: r.
II ir f,.iir, (. .
I). H'lii.ll Htllen V.Sjrthnt.n
12 1,312
13 y,c;Vl
ll l,ii:ii
17 1.IH1
IH 2.3o4
HI 2,1411
10, Wt
Msi. 1,105
M.i.J.
yi
l,j;,7
14
2.241
a.iol
l,.it"j
J.3-.3
l.tilh
1.2IH.
2,33!
0.MI'.
16
20
21
'21
'2,221
2,1 U
1,3!')
1.1
y.i'ii
3,1.13
I, ti' III
2.2. Hi
12.(70
0,1'Jl
m ij. 3,'.r'
iiviii niTnti-T.
TAairr, ll.
i)s7
....1774
tC
4(.7
?7!2
a, r.
i.ii
I3-.I
121S
3712
Maioflty 9'jA
llu.'Vs county is yet to be beard from
Tiiims m:j a rKi ti. nisntu r.
.... I,ii6
1,077
l71
l,.1t 7
!.!
..... 1.1M6
2,311
..... P'7
li..
11..
K. .
Iti.,
17..
IH..
Total..
MOncvan't majority ,
! , iKJisi.invK on:.
l'ttiST T)iaTicT Poster, V ,3112; M ckle.D.,
I'.Wl Majority for Fo-tr. Ili4.
.Swomi Disrmi T. R'ldditn ii, XJ., 2-177 ; B.vr
ger, I); 2170 klujorlty for Kudditnin, 3 17.
TiIihd DisTRicr. Josephs, I)., 314)0; H ill, .-,
U., 2100. Al tjority for Jostiphu, 1tSl.
I'Ut KTH DlHTIllCT. -Wstt, 0.,2!ll M US, I).
li'i'ii, Mujoiity lor Watt, 10)1.
I in 11 Iusthict lhom is, U., WIS; lirj aer,
D.. '-'bii2. Majority f..r Taomas, 12 1.
JsitiB DisTuicr Krueijorn, U.,'22ll Mc.Ma
kln, I)., ItioH. Mjj irlty for Kroebn-n, 13 i.
h t i:nt 11 1) is in 11.T. Ci.'liran,U. ,30. 13 ; Packer,
D.. 17.10. Majority t'or (Jochran, 12 n.
1'touiH District Kern, 1'., 3:)itt; Cook, D.,
10 l7.i Majnri-y for Korn, 1130.
Niktii DiHTHicr. ijulglev, D., 2-i2); I'o-ter,
V., lb-10. Majority fjr Quigley, 7'.W.
Tni Disiitu r. Pan -oa-t, U., 271'j; l'ry,
18i7.; Majority for Puncoa t, TJ9.
I U'Vcntii DixTiiii t. Htenier, U.,273!; Dol
li mi, I)., 22i.H. Majority for (Sterner, ttiH.
Twklitii PiMTHiiT Sutphin, Jr., U., 7879;
Vaughn, D., 2127. Mejority for Sutphin, 762.
TiiiHTHJMii District. Pouneily, D., 2713;
Rei ner, V., M75. Majority for atenner. ll.'W.
OlHTFUNTIl Disiuict. Hood, V., 2S10;
Arundel, D , 2116. Majorltv for Hood, 696.
l'lVTKKNTH DlSTIIICT. De II ivcn, Jr., U.,
""' ?;Si": ;;! , D '.0. ni y Or DjH wen,
3"3. i
riix riijTH Disthict. S111I1I1, U., 2727; Wolf,
D., 1701. Majority tor Smith, 003.
rsl.VVINTCaNTH DlHlKK.'T. V ., 26H1 ;
Barnes, D.,2180. Majority for I.-e, 40.
Kioiiikinth PiirrmcT. Miller, IT., 0H1I;
Arnold, Jr., D., 2101. Majority Ur Miller, 62 1.
41TV orn iiR..
t,:;'M
1.222
l.lb'J
1,2 .1
I07
2,"41
1,2. KI
10,1'J3
9,17
... Mi
j Kt'i-UIVUH TAXI S. SI I V i.'o.il Is'a
t trVaif. Mrllou. oiiti,H.Jv'ini.
H'.ov'-. l''.e '. Jm t".ina. lem.
First 1!K9 HK'et l'.'Ot 10,"0
Hecond 2273 2118 2J!I7 2IH6
Thitd 11KS 14 a) 1IS2 I4i
Kouith '. l!KI HH.S paw
Fifth, 109S 1406 10.14 1101
i.tbl....' lO.'aJ 12.1.6 10,1 1211
Sevemh 2108 1318 2101 1'I62
Klgbth lVxi 1120 1V7 1121
Ninth 110 1303 1610 13 18
Tenth 'illO ll'-'l 2.HNI 11 11
Flfvemh ftVJ 1470 S67 1 4 SO
Twelfth 13--3 1202 1364 12i0
Thirteenth. 2018 131i 2012 1312
Foniuentb 2281 13.) t 2281 1323
Fillceinth 3180 2I'M 3108 22 k)
Slxttenth 1016 K.20 ltltn lf.27
SevcnUeiith llhl 2(1 17 1173 2 h',1
Hgbtcenth VMl 1212 2!') 1217
Nineteenth 2408 2322 2401 2",23
'Iwcnticih 3J1I, '2IS1 ll.'o.' "2 ISM
I'Utv-ill'SI Iil20 1327 I0I8 1.427
Twcntv-sicond 2n6l 1134 20 ;." 1112
Twentv.ihhd 1700 l'Mt lnl'.t 13S)
Twenty-fourth 224HS 1777 2-280 176
Twemy-iiith 8i7 l.'IO 7'w 1223
Twenty -'.iu I8ill lltfl lli.il 11!".
Toiil 40.9..4 3.1,314 4.1,710 .V0S
3:',..14 3t,.10
7,010 ins.1.
7,118 intaj.
H X CV OI I C4 CHH.
l.i.oisruu ui 1 i.i ns. or
w ills. oti.n.coiur.
sin nit r,
i 15
t','
is i
r,
r,''U i.oo.r
2,o;-i ',iss
1,1 s7 1,4 "nl
Hi I I ,(s
l.'i-l 1,4' 1 4
1J7 I, '-37
2,1. .0 13-.-,
i,ri 1,121
1. r.'i i,.'08
4,.... i,12i
0 -- 1.1--5
1,.;59 1.271
2,011 1,:m
2. L-.I 1,833
3.11 ' 2.1M4
l,i,l! 1,018
1,170 2,d'S
23! 1 1,214
2 (7') 2.32!
3. -;, 2,i..i
1,1.10 l.lvM
2,(,'l 1,127
1 77,1 I,:ni2
2'279 1.77S
811 1.212
i,sa 1.1'
17,008 i',U7
i ',lo7
Tnl
;
J.'';';1
tt-i
1,'02
.2,1'.
.l..'tl
.l..r'-'7
.'.,34
. S i 'j
.!;o.
.',0il
.'2 ,1.4 1
,!'''2"2
.1,01
.2 : p.'
2,lo'l
.:',21l
.1,117
.2,1 '2
.1,773
.2,'-4
- .
"' -s
f.1104"
2.1'.'l
1,4 a I
I,"'.' i
i,;."7
1 ,'.:I1
l,:i.l2
l,li
l.iur
u:
i, '-'i 7
I
2.174
1, Cl(t
2 0K
LLtxl
2 , : -8i
2,4 sO
1.3NJ
I.I2J
1, ;'
1,772
1,211
1 ,18'l
l.'.Mj"
2 21!
list
8 11)
l.Oi'l
1,0' in
2, 1. "7
I, "72
1 1
1. via
2,017
2,277
.'i.lW
1,032
l.ISi,
2. ;!)s
2,4'i9
:-,21 1
1.818
21S8
l,76ti
2,2S 1
810
1,8)0
I.!!-'
l'ti
12".. 1
I,' ill
1,117
1 '"''!
ill .2
1.171
i.'-7o
1 'Ml
2.180
1,021
2,11 "it
1,216
0 322
SilS.!
1 .'. jl)
1,12.3
1,376
1,774
1,21 i
1,18)
1.. p:i
i.. 1,830
47,0!'3
:-'.'.i'.7
47,003 33,4 il
.7.1,431
7,572
Mi'J 7,720
s.nrvejor-1 levrulli DUtritl.
fSmcdley, V., Uji ; Ftalley, D., 1101. Majority
for (smedlay, 190.
Aiijoumtd lo luect ou tuis day two weeks.
ot Cnlaitirl ThnrvtMa na'ltvs'nl.
"tierlff-Howell V. 177 1 MrKlh .cn (D.l 4:.
IU .I ter of Wilis Adams tU.I, ls.i; Al.'
an I. r . I) ), 3 i.
Clark of Orphans' Couri Merrick tl'.). IPO;
M'is y (11.1,37.
K' c ivcreif T nn t O'Neill (U.), 1M; Me!loy
I .), 3.1.
(1 j Cm Tint loner D. kson fU.l, 177; Joha
soti (D.),40. .
rt"t tseaator libercsrd I.V.), 11; Donivan
(!)..
( iivsmmiristL.-First District Lu ler (U.),
33 1 lian.t.'lKD.I, 14.
Nf ond Di-trl -)'Neill ft'.). 72 ; Flllev (D.l. is.
Thhd DWtri.t-Mycrs lO.), 32; 11a kw.il;e
(). 11.
liinrih District Kclley (V 1, ; Northrop
(P.), 4.
Fjilk District Th:vvcr(U.I, 20; ns.i(D),0.
Tuk Dim rw Pittunsi run. Hie drvft In
Ihe i..ond District, which was ao'io'jnc.l t-i
have taken p'ace at coou to-day, b is been rjos-,.
poned for a hort time, so that auo her e(T rt m ty
he nude to obtain Ihefm'-n hy volunteerinr. Tbe
drhcifiit ward In bisrildrlet are the Kirsla nl
Twtnty-slxth Ward", whers th. r.i Is a dellelea.-v
of 4i), aud the Seenth Ward.wtie e 110 inn
are ti quired to till the quota. Tne urate ' to o 1 11
luence the (tiaft was rrceived by Provost M irs ial
Palnur yesft niav, and upon the recip of tlis
order In thia c'ty, a coniinisteo stirtedfir vyish
li g'oa to have 'the draft postponed. I: is most
likely that induct ee this ooiiutiil re hr iught
to bear utmn the au'horities at Washiut jii,
etl'eeted the p latponciuent.
I'm iTtt t. Lit evening a large tn c'lni w 11
held !n the hall of the Uuioa 1.8 ig 10. John Price
Wctherill presided. HpBi-cbes w-sre made by Rev.
C. W. Der,viltin, a Chaplain In the Army; Mr.
Needles or Cheater; Thomss M. Colem in ; and
Mr. Ntlrllrigef the Tenth Ward. The ll'ipiiii'letti
Invinclbles are ordered to bol l themselves iu
reinllnesa to parade at short notice. Aclve pre
prnii.ns are being niado for a vigorous Prasi
deniinl campaign.
Tbe I.lucoln ond Johnson Cmna''-n Club of
the 1 wi lny-lourth Ward Intend hwing another
rade. A large meeting was held last evenin
at the Club Uooins, Market street, above Thirty
(hlrtl, for the purpiveof making the. nce-ess try
preparatloiis for the turnout, rhe I ite victorias
will l e celehratcd by several ol'thu VV'd Ass I'i.t
lions of the party Iu a becoming manner during
the coming week.
Tub Lath Oknkkal Bohlv.is. The resalu
tions adopted by Councils In regard to tbe death
of Oenernl Henry Bohlon have boon beautifully
rngrotscd and framed, and will be sent to the
Immediate family of tbe General in Holland.
Nothing eoiihi be handsomer than the execution
of this tes'lmonla). The leiterlng is perfect. Dim
parallel lines ere aubstlmta.l for tho ordinary
shading, and the artistic finish of the memorial Is
lai.tcful and appropriate. A por'rntt of General
llnhlrn la th centre-piece. Tuis dla Inrtalshed
ofllin r wa a German, and owned lnrre estates In
Knrope. He had received a lincral military edu
cation, and In tbo commencement of tbo war
volunteered bis services and bis stvord to tha
Government, lie fell at Brandy Sta'aon, on tbo
lUp aliannot'k, at the head 01 his m -n.
Tbb IlBVD-nofBK The public buria'-griunj,
is ltK ated on tbe Lamb ttwern toad, baiug a lar 40
lot several acres in extent. On the lot and
lacing the rnd Is a small onf-s'ory, brick "t'ue
Uro, wlii-h is u-cit us the doad-kouse, where
bodies are sent by tho Carone-, to await recogni
tion. At times tb.ro are from ten to tlitoen
bodies iu this -trin tiiro, and the stencb arising
tbcrefioia Is most di'gus'nig to passers-by and to
Ihosf residing in the ncighborhooJ. Tha Hon d of
Health have declared tha plaeo a nutsaneo, and
the matter has been laid before Cjtin -lis. I' is
prepi aed lo erect a small bnl'ding in thn centre
ot tbe lot, off from tbe road, with more sultahli
Conveniences than the pre-ent strn tare is pro
vltled wlib. Tbe cot of the Improvement ts ial
enisled at about $KI0. Tbe dea-l-house is nlo
used by the Coroner's physician to bold p vst
mortem examinations in eases whare detth Is
npposed to have been caused by violnoea. The
pret-i nt s'rui'lure ia by no uieans suitable lor
these pniposes.
MiuBiJso ArraiR. This morning a man
named David Malby was arraigned before Aidjr
di an farter upon the charge of using a knife
npen Jeremiah Katon. It seems tbrt an alter -a-tion
toek place last n ght between tjiuinin
front of a tavern at Fifth and Badford streets,
known as the "Bugle.'' Tha origin of tlia itl'or
Ik not known, but il ia thought to have h.vn tiia
resn't of arvuing on politics. Kito'i was st.a-v'iad
in three places, oue of tho wounds being ast-rioas
one. 1 he stubs ant ia tho breast, shonldar, an I
bark. The wounded man w is taken it) tb : H as
pitul. Malhy was committed to await tbo result
of tbe Injuries Inflicted upon Eaton.
Tiik Dm awake Ti'RariKs. The attention of
City Councils has been called to tho bad condi
tion of tbe Delaware turnpike, near WooJIsnd
CemeWy, lately transferred to tbe city. Tho
Turapike Company itnte that the city, when they
accepted this portion of tbe road, pledged- them
selves to kern It In thorough repair, anil f ir
neglecting Ui do so are liable lo a prosocuti ia for
damages. "
IIohhe Stkalino. Yesterday afternoon, sol
dier named Come Itn Fine had bearing bo'oro
Alderman Beitler nt tbe Central Station upon the
charge of stealing a horse and wagon from W ro
ll. Belger's, Third and Wood streets. The ace I'ed
admitted driving the horsa and wagon to Balti
more ; bHt said be was drank when be did It, und
a'so drnnk when ho sold Iho whole concern f ir
SH.'O, which was worth 900. Tho prisoner was
committed. . , ,
6tahbim and Snooixo Case. This morning
at 1 o'clock a serious disturbance took place at
Ttn :b and Pan om street, between tho proprie
tor of a tavern named Owen Pettlt and William
Wbitm y. Tbe Lust named person was stabbed la
the body and is seriously Injured. Pet tit was
shot through the shoulder. One is alleged to
have indicted the injury upon the other. B th
were arrested, but Wbitney being dangerously
wounded, was taken to bis residence.
Dim !iiiAcr. im a Crux. An elderly man,
named F.. D. Gardner, confined ia cell at the
Central Station for drunkenness, was badly beaten
yesterday afternoon by fellow.prisonor, who
wi.s locked tip upon tho samo chargs). His he id
Was severely cut. Henry .Smith, tho assailant,
bad a hearing ltefore Aldermau Beitler, and was
helJ to tin-wor.
Nkw MrMiuTis 01 Coi ncils. Mes'i-s Henry
W. Gray, James A. Freeman, Saiuuol W. Cal
ti 11, were aworu In as members of S.'lect Conn 11
yei-tertlny, to All unexpired terms of new in-m-tiers.
In Common Council Mcs rs. T homis 11.
Gi 1, Thomas Potter, W. A. Simps m, were :vlsj
snoru in to hli unexisreJ tcims.
Fali.ino Bi iliiinom. A roi-olulion was pasa'd
in Coiiimon Council yesterday, ilirrvtin the
P.uHdliiK IiiS ,'lots to report, a' the n":t meeting
01 Councils, w heiber the building nt the noit-i-we-t
comer of Kl;;btb and Vine sttoets w .s In
pected In a.cordaiire with Inw, und a.o to
uport the cause of the falling ol the same.
8111.1. A litk. Capuiln Kobert Gsllospy. who
was shot dining a disturbance iu front of tbe
tavern opposite the Socoud and Third Streets
Kailway Depot, Nineteenth Ward, is still alive.
Ho is uintiiu'd in the Fpiscopal Hospital, auT was
able this morning to set up in bed.
RfK Ovf.k. This mosuiiig, about 10 o'clock,
Juuies Monabnn, aged eixty years, redding in
Church sticct, was run over by a ferai 'r's waoii,
and ba I one ot bis le.Ts and two ot hi l bs hro '.i.
T he nutlcrcr w as taken tt the Ki-iscapal Hi ;.ita'.
r.Kvi'.i-nixG. This luorainj recftiitir.g was
-onicwbut brisk. The Mavor aiifue.l warnti's
i -r the pavinviit of (lit city batiuiy t foity-tar 1
mtu.
Foi-Mi Diiow mi i Tb s iii.ira'nt an u linos n
whit.' man was foend drow ned in tbo I) .lawa r),
..t l i -c .-treat v. I aif. The Cot'ouar son', ur
to Lo d an in jue't.
Pi rkonai. Mr. Jj.-oph Stuart, firauriy a
wcll-Lrowit (timber merchant of this city, died
tistiriiay. liis iuuural wiil Uka place iu,s
uiKinoon.
Mketino or th Ban T.'u mruaor, of tbo
liar of this city will bol l a m!!n.r to niorro-,
to take siaau ou the d.ax'i of CUuf Jaiuco
Tp.'i..-y.
f-iiocKtNO Acciiient Mxhiiel fitiai'y, nge.l
40 yeius, bad bis right baud lorn oil' at a hint)
laeUaj , K',htbi d WAsUinttlii streets. Ua was
taken to the hospital.
Vriukii. The Mayor has vetoed tiia 1.U1 da-
t'tiing tbe eleetloa divb',010 of tua 'i ivcuty-iint
S urd. - -
Dh akh'UB or a Coi.ouuu Rkoimi st. Tha
41i-t lieginient l u.ttd r-uatea Colored Vuiuuteera
left yesterday for tbe seat of war.
Fatal Ukbi i t. Henry Devlin, tho carpenter
who fell from a building la hecond street below
Cuibuiiuc, as stated, Las Since dud of but lujiuiy,.
Bsriss Il.JssR Aisn Lsnnsa Covtrvsiv. A
'i.nin nnlcatlon was received in Councils ye ier
rlty frnin the Fmplre Unok snl l.ldr;'7jn
p tv. a-nlnt: tnat tB pi sent appn iris-ton ffun
ISe 1 Its Is no a-illi.aeiitly large. R:furre.i to tsa
("nam l'ti e ou l ire and I'ru-t.
T CunisTiAis Htbv.bt IloariTAL. The old
Moyametislng n.l, In Christian strict, orinerly
n o i'B a hop'tal, has Seen vaeaier'. To - G .v
enmnt now nertilsalon to ni thn Its I f -r
Ihe Provost llarra ks. The matter is before
Count, Is.
IsHm Tmrv Yeatcrdiy afternoon Miry
Haints, a'iaa Hutcbinaon, alias rrlmroae, arras t d
a ht rt time ilnee on the charge of larcenv, ha I
a final bearing at the Cmrtl K atlon. Nev'ai-al
aiticles were iti n'lned by Mr. (ieorga M. J ibn
ami. In whom faimlr the a eused resided. Tha
prisoner wt fully eommlttvd.
To PeliCHAai Csothisio AT l.o w Tru Ba,mOtA
ai.k. 11, Btlniai rr .t.-k nl aitm aim llirn n t
a-aa-lniia semla eqaal aa tyi. Jtt. aiataatii ata'a -ta),
re 'A to Ni ere cru. If, r :hn is rnwivivat l.iftia
an f la aia.la ti. r 4rr. W-nvval .tv a. Hian, a it
r-Fl-T uf (1 atliini' - Mm, a. Ymittt a, ana iltita'. Alloailua
aaitad a-io,ot.talj ur trvutea.
B.svrttSr.i.,
Tcwar Fall, Vs. .'us VtrSel tin t.
Window Suani-a. Patten's Wind iw Hhtlc,
Ciirtnln, ai 4 I'l-bol.t.-ry St.ira, Vo, Ifs) Jh.'anut atratl,
Ktf.wart'r (the Dry G.md Klne) pilars In
Flftrt at antia in'in. Is ba tha aim act nf oi'irh .ea tul ui-n
aia..iu ti. t in in sirw I ira eitv I'nu ills arj u ' in'
1'iiia-.-li.arhle, an4 alnaa a.t f JlkJprri, a.iJ iliartia. sr.
iif itnatne aiiu iisien-. Home ot tha itr't l.ne rtt'sn
I antlrnt telr -s tre .ws'tivt In tha raieiila-'n a. 1 1 it-i a
inan anealt ran liv at-t-'imm -JslniJ In Om ttrit-fla i-r.i. it ;
ll.a Eiin.b.T 'ii 4HJ I" nllns.al. allnwlitir t..thra. t bj
nt Itioiln.a iraasu, v as i aa all Snow aia very astrttva
aar.t as r'naraa ar-Hi:', ano'tier rv.t.iin whv wv.'r'.i.lv
iii..iii.i dr.. a la Vi. at)ie tf atttsii-r atd at Ctiarie.
Rtuka. a Cs.'a one prlca, uadtir Ilia Cauiti-aaul.
Irow Budstfaiir, ao Cimvr Ht su, II MR,
ami vie-a Vlatir..-, ai W. llia, Pat.oii a, So. tits
I'lKaiiBt auetb
A GRV.AT Hfvi tatio-s. There has never Wn
any Invention alsett tt ISe wrid tthloh In tha a aa pari. til
ul iloie an aili'Ctnailt sol Ita stty nt.i ll..'eral i.i..sr as
tha " ll..ranca" Hawlnit Msclttn. aa.d In Oils elly at N t.
tvtC. IM.rnr.iit stf. t. All who exaiutna It art tliclit'ca "I n
tt e nianni-r l'i tsh'ali Ii oimrataa. It tn tlta ni l. thts
f..r tlini'r.'iit stli.'livH, sn.l exa.iuUia all Soi ls ut I., nils
Mftinit with ntsitiies., aitr-ilillliy, and daapstrh, Kerry
mt.il.lnu s.t.l la warraa'ad to alva aaliar.tctluil. or lli'u
Money w ill be returned to the purchaser.
Wintiow Stttrii's, Ci'itTAiws, Br.nniMn, vo
Urhntstrry, at W. Uenry t-aticua. No. Hum Onatnai
alrsat.
FiiOTOonAPHs. Those la want of pictures ure
dlrejl'-il lo It. K. Ilami.-r'a. No ti.'l A-.-h r.'' llls'iti.
aie ptiotrttrraplia ia oil, Ivorytysa, And tarUii '1c tiute ra
unauri)aast'4. , i
Tub attbmtion of our readers Is called ton
flna bia-'li roar", sveu y-'a-a at.l In tie. -p 'lu.r, I lian Is
leah, or tlisel.b'na.l ItlaeA Ifatfk atit-Tli.M tx-.uld S.
Vi HO tile c.il.ll.itfiie. at H'TrtlietC HiAi.-, titutiinia'
niornfna-ar 11 oviecs. Very antublc fbr a erlt ata ijnilh
or a physician,
Jiit. J. S. Rosk's Dvsvkptic Ciivi-oi-nti will
eora all forms efrtvapi-n-la an, I llvar e-ip mil.. Prien so
cenis H 1 ii atita, l)j tut A Co., No. 'J:t0 S saco id ..tri- I.
i.i:jai iVTKi.r.ir.4 e.
l)isTittcT Coi kt No.l Julge Hare Henry
Smith an I llo to Hie use of aahl wli'o vs. W 1
liaui Lad', rty. A feigned bsno under the Htienirs
Interpleader act to test tbe ownership of c;rtaia
ptonal piojieny. On trial. , .
John It. Durfd. vs. George Kiniiucll and
Mil hael l'u' lis. An action of i jcctina.it. B. foro
re ortcd. Verdict for plaintitl'.
James Woool'ind vs. William L. Mad lock,
a staekholder of tbo New York Me imlcss Ttt'io
Company, ah action to recover on boon account.
Verdict for p aiutitril,81-6'j. t
Coi vt or CJt AiiTrii Skshions JuJga T'io np
son. l'rbon cases of no sicclol lurcre si o icupied
tbe scision of tbis momma-. Tbo cbarcos ware
tor assault and butteiy, and petty larcenies.
NEW NATIONAL LOAN.
Forty Millions Taken at a
Premium. :
M-rlnl lo ftii) F.vcutiiic Telts;rnphi. ;
Waruimsitom, October 14. Tbe bidding for
tho new loan to-day is very spirited, and t vera
seems to be no doubt that tbe whole of it will be
token at a very handsome premium.
Tbe eonnilence in ibe Govurnment Iu li iauclal
circles ia increasing hourly over tho prospects of
Mr. Lincoln's re-election.
The first bid for tho new lo in from tbe First
National Hunk of New York is for seven mllli jus,
ut thirty one onc-buudredtbs per contum pra
inium. Thompson & KetcUmn, of New York, bid for
twenty millions at par, by Llvonuore, Clews,
A Co.
Jay Cooke & Co., and others, take twelve rail
lions at one and five hundredths premium.
Fifty to sixty millions are bid, and tbe average
will not be tar from 1 per ceuU premium tor the
wholo loan. 1
FINANCE AND COMMERCE. .
Orrici or Tas Kvajrota TTtLina tpn, (
Kiiday. octoassr 14. (
The excitement in Oold and Stocks, yesterday,
exceeded anj tbmg we have seen for some lime.
Tbe shorts were scared, and rushed In to bay,
pell-mell, one over the oth.r ; and the consequence
was that fold rose very rapidly for a few hours
nnder the strong pressure to buy, and at one
time reached 210. Wc have not much faith in
permanent rise of gold, for two reasons .one Is
that there is very little if any demand-owiug
to a plethora of exchange bills in tbe market for
foreign shipment ; the second reason is, that large
blocks are held, walling for rise, in ord-jr to
enable tbe oaneii to get outut a reasonable Ions,
and parties who lost their chance to sell will take
advantage of any market made now by the pur
chases of the shorts. Tbe theory that gracu Wks
will fnrtber lnllate the currency it exploded, for
no new issue will be made the policy of the
prcient Stcrtturyof the Treasury being rather
towaids contraction than expansion. Gold, at
anything like p-.eseut prioes, is a dangerous com
modity to own ; for it la liable to a sudden fall on
any good army news, And, he-Ides, It eni'iu
nothing. It is ditl'er. nt with sound diiiikitJ onty-tiiy-
securities which have been depressed beneath
tbtir rets! vnlnc. Hence, the shrewdest capitalists
ate buying railroad -hares, mid selling gold. Any
sale of gold host will pay a prollt within fort'
iiht, and the long headed brokers are tbe sellers
loi Intme dellvt ry. Panle In New York, how
tver, who t-o'd ( vert tl.ins; fbort to mat u piuie,
nie ; aving henvy differences on gold sold at li ),
ar -I t.uj in;; Erie at 07, which was sold short a!
81. This is paying tbe p'per for tho scces. loo
dunce iu WuU stioot, ami we rather tbiak tbe
peoplo who own tbe burned fingeri will fear the
fue hereafter. Nothiuj makes men so peniteut
as a Utile timely punishment. It is, however,
ultnost b-0 bad to whip tbent in Ibe Held, at the
polls, and on 'Change at one and the same tirao;
but "tl.o way o the transgressor Is bar J."
Time is liiui.r feeling iu the Stock Mark, t
this iiioinltig, auJ pticcs have an upward Sen
deny, owing to :5t advuitce In gold. TheMou.-y
Mm Let is 'easy, at.d loaus on call Vm fietjly
od'eied ai o,,.' 7 per cent par annum.
G'.viritiuent bond are steady, with sales of
5-,-Os at 101 J, coiyous bJ, uud Ov of Iwl at 1151
C". ! ... - i
ItnilroaJ shtu-es are better', with soles of Head,
lug to notice at 02 '.ri.fi2J, an advance of i i Lehigh
VaiK-y lalixoaJ at 77i, aa advance of 1 j Camdea
aud Amboy nl 160 ; Pennsylvania railroad at Ca;
No itstowu at 59 ; and C'atawissapreterred at
which i en aJvance; 41 b Wi to
Scbuylkilli 31 for Konh rennsylvau; U tor
Cauiw lssa common and 32 for Philadelphia aud
Eric. ' "
New City Cs urc cU nc' at 1 oli t 91.
Iu City Pa.-oU4cr raviioai ahare tuere is 4try
liltle doing' C9 was bid for Second and Third j
W for Grcca aud Coates; ni forO'rari
College.
Coal Oil shui'ia conliuua tteaiy, wliU sales of
Oil Creek at f:i("ij, which Is au advance; Mln.aal
Oil at 24 ; Daliell at 1'i ; McCUutotk at 0 ; D.'.u
ruoiv t b 1 i ai McLUivDy tl d.'o'j,
Csnal aharea are mre if V, iti srtrsi s.r( n
r titer bei cr. with aa'ea ef SeliB) t U Navitfsiloo .
e -ininonat 58 j prfe'red at 37, wkleh It 't"t
advan r ; an i Sua n 'bsnni dual i tj mt
l id for Mon Is Canal oomn.on, at.4 Tvfr loult !).,,
NuV g.tttD. ' , ' ' . rtlt
B.ik th trrs are firot'y held, bnl Itjre is li(te) ' "3
er o-hlng do ng Iu the way of aaies.- 141 was) ' -
h'd f r Pi.lladelphia; .5 for CaraiaeriU 1 13 for
Northern I." title. ; 29 r0r Msbaalcs; 2s8f for
MaBurac nrera' and M rhAnleVi 44 for Cm- ,,
Bionwealth ; a id 4o f ir Ua o i. . . , ' ' '",T
Tho Cjngrts-I'inal ee iious in th S ato of. .
PenB-ylva da. (ihl ., and la llsa plv-sihi n.iw 1
aaikmsl banking syatem beyond lha vntln- "
(.tncy cf ri'i-s , or alvar-e Umjerlog vlvh tart - s,
present ac. Tbe sew Cjngrras will n over-" 't
wbelmlngly for the banklag syaiew, f.jr tbe pay-''' J
it.eai of gold l.iu r. st on tae fauded p tblla 'dab',',' V
ana for tbo m il atean:eof an ala-pviia syilsiA . ia
of cliMoms reveaioa, and taternal Us ttt.a . . Of ' - '
the lllty-fotir mnubors tlected to the rami Cjilr '""'
gn is in the three 8 atcs refer d W, from tVirly.',, j
ti(illt to forty w! I supptrt the .B-vancial .aval ''
banking poT 'V of tbe pre-enl Ai'slaanratKrai " 1
Go'd has udv , nvd seven par oeat. sluas last k'J
evening Opening at 2W, steadily a Iva ieosl ail , (
sold at 21 H at 11 o'clock i 2121 at Uiavdslll - t
al 124.
Tbo advance Is attributed to coss'Jieatlon oX
New Yo k speculators,
rillLAOKLI-lllA MUCK CXC'HAN.IB ft ALBA, 07T.14."
Isportad by Uarkaoa A Oa.. H ma art. a, ui TaM u
HKS-OKB BOABOA.
! 11 h R-S'ltna H . .bb eJ i luisi taiaaop..b'n SV
U".'. hi',, in l lamer... b 1 I O alt is a ,k II L. il .
1'il.t, o I i res 1 0 -a run a (Jo. .... ail
Si
l.-i.n nn,. oa - v an as Jtaiassvaa ,.aar
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c.i.n o.n-aava asc
H.o aa , J
Hsl.b VioKitan, ..Kt) t2
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ItOan .If.nrT.nia I ia 31
lOsb do 8'i
i an do as) it
HSI.n liVM. Cull.., 1SJ
I IM!., a Anv,,,.IM (
V ah eanna BB an
Tosh's .re.to-.ti B.. Kt
101 as BMlina .... tl 4
1 slab S VS) stst ,-I
inri.a at.. ti-.int si2
liahihValar..-?;J ' l
40 ak I'ataw. nr., ...a as -2
' sosk Buaq. Col... 1) -"
..HI s
. . UlVt
Slit.ii an.
a tt
SliaVirtlt iia, over 70. -atta
Sllltl'liy tia. na-a....l4ia
t 4' Am. I. "Id SHI
' ' (toll Nv.kVrti. .. ta
$1V 01' to... ho. HN
fin,i rt. etip
S CS' l ion. A a
1.8. h Not I nsik.,.,1 1 ia
il vb oil crock.
'si 0 do bin
' li ah do blO
li.l.h MlnaralOII..,.
Mitnb Italian Oil ....
Gaotntlona of Gild at tbe Fhila-islphia Gild
Fxeliange,No.3t 8. Third street, seeoad svorv : '
A. M .20H 13 M ml"
H A. M 2111 1 P. M 2l.,l ;
itinaaei airong.
Jsv Co 1KB .t Co. ooote Govemro'snl Seeurl
ties, Ac, to noon to-day, as follows ; .
1 Sl. Mag. ?.
r. ar.s. i88i io,i . io,t,, o
11. H. 7 3-10 Notes lOil r JOlJ ,
Certitleatcs of Indebtedness, new... 9lJ 96
Onnnerniaster's Vouchers 93 '' 94"
Gold t 207 ( . Jt'J ', O
6-211 Bonds 1071 , a
Quotations of tbe pnaclpivl Goal aad Coal OU "
stocks at 1 o'clock to-day : ......... ... ,.ir-.-t
. . BUI Ant.' t. .. -t TS At
. wtai ail. t '
rnrtrai t-nnt tt'fc a-; rri;atis Jn. ...... I
Wi II
lit .o' 5
nii'sioumainvotu. tf
k.v a Mij.i'..ai..ia
Urn a Ut.O al.... a
K . 4 a-lienc ala 'i
Vom Cri- h 1
as a ranaitn .m .
IS llasraa Klar Oil.. ..
S), Ir.ina Oil .4s( I, v
a u . . - jvi
S' Iwnaiaorv B " t'f '
Ivaiiar Uam Coal.
1 UauallDl..., , ',,A
11 Uo.h. t 1 ."frill
ttlliitonl'nai 1
IHnniciid Coal lilt,'
Mwaiais
Auierli-an Kaolin.. ..
PmnMiiilna 18 .
t 'omttsa lent ....... ..
Ket Ninra Zibo.... ?tf
at l or Oil 1 '
Ilia lusk lit
('ontirittuial ,
Fairail
Oil IVrak 6
Hnp'a Hhula Oil.. U S
M.-t llni'.tk (nl., sa
I at'iiaylvanis I'al.. ..
Pairs Oil S
Mlrrral Oil JH
kiM-toar ou , X
teranvti Cttl S
I i li.a l-alroiauin.. Vi
Heroi, till..,.,,,, .,
bal.aia Oil l.S
8f (II.'HJ
tlsa ....
14 Oovtaad IV
ssj "Di.laA IMaia.iai.il ij
13
,,.,iw, ... :
VR-ory rass I -
Ds.4ra.iar Jvl .
I .', i"asSaia rankra, 3ks
t RWban ...... 1st
lil .,,,4
. . . 63
ll.iaa l.lsad lii ,
oltirtm a i.Siv
17 'IteatAonc-iasW.. .. 1st
8S, Hull t'raaa. ....... 4 ' .VA .
r-Panl...... 4tf 6
ite
4 Bnaaa ........... l esf 5,44
JH H -tk -Rt 4i ' ,
1 ,Tarr Kna...... SJ 1 1 U
1 'Oolx. 1 l-J ,
H tan on Oo I!f Uki. n ' I
lprr Kaoi.ouij... . T0
I he billowing are the retvipta of Ooal Oil at . '. I
this p..ri during tbe past weak; . ,, , . - ,
4 rude bh'.s
Keliieii. bids 5vjs(); ? t
Tbe following are tbe reealpiaof Floor audi 1 " d
Grain at tbis port during Ihd pttal week; , : ,
Ftour, 1,1,1s ;il.31. '
W eat, bushels...... 63,000' ,J
( urn, do ...s.. ....... 2-i.HiS) , it)
Outs, uo 3J.70J , . ,
' 1 lie 101 owiu nrc tne in-p-.ctioua 01 riour anil
Meal for ibe week end ue Uctolier 13 :
.....-.- L . . . .
Hull barrels siiperllue..... .....a 1 1-V - 1
lt.irn.ls snp-.rtine 10,8s3 '
line 18
Kye F.onr - TJ r' 1
Coin Meal,... ,......a ' HVi ' .
coiidtmned.... ,.....a, ; al?t
Total Jot 11,443 -V 'l
Tbe following shows the amoant of eoal trtntv.) u J
potted on tho Phil idelphLi and Reading Hatf) 3s ll
!uuu uurjug inu wvva eutiiii votouvr id, 17 i ;
C"''f:Tf
Fruui Part Carlion..,
" 4'ottavilla
" 4enulktll Itaveu. .......
w Attl.iirt
' 1-ort I llnf n
ilairhburg and .. auoliio
.........., .,
lb -11.4 6 . ,
' 11 1 ' W J
i.mal 04 i. ,1,
I.;i
4a
. 49
!
5?.oo-x
Traal AutliraeliaCnal far Hwh H
Hurra-burg total Ii11u11.la .ua eoa)
'a -o-.o..
Total of all klml. for week .11 JM 04
l'rovkiusiy UiU yaar .aa,3 Is I .no 3
Total J... I S 4 V i7J '.''
To the aame llmttlaat vear ..2.6-U.I.-.II St 1 . .
Coal toiiuageof Ibe H bnylktll Navigation u)
Company! -. . -
Ta-aa. .,
t?... .1.. . ni u...v a 1.1 ':a
A ... uo j rrvm nv-M. ......... ...... , .
came week last year.
ai.oi
3-ecrease 12,54
reduction In the wages ol the hands wbo
re working for the Govern -nent coatrtvtor', but
ail others' wages are loduc d la Scbuylkiil
county ; hence the continued " strike."
pnil.AISCI.I'UIA T HAD 15 BtBt-Oal.
Fkipav, OttoW 14. Q'lereitron bark is
iulet. The late decline hat njt improved ibe
market.
Cloversecd sol's in a small way a. $?7o (J' 01
lbs. Timothy Is held at i-6. F.ax-Kv,d '
in B small way at J V0)i.i VIO.
There la a firm feeling in the nurkot fir Flan-,
tint very lltle doing. The dent v.id fir exirv '.s
nmcb better, and tbe silcs a.e ondned !- 00)
t.bls. piiod lViitisylvinik cutia f ttnily at If ' .j
JI10 60 ij' bbl. f2 Mi0 extra, at J1); anJ l !:.
family, al 512. Sklea are imin' t tbe retaTofS
und t'ttkers at from J 60 an t- ??I2. IViejs o."
Use 1 lour and C iru Meal ate esi're y B n u 1 .
'Tbe otfeiings of Wheal sllll ou'iuas e-'Jd-inKlv
light, hut Ibere is a Iwaer tijjbug ou tb '
part ot liuvcrs and aellers to oiwrvw. . t'ao . ;
are s.iiliuc.l to iluoO barrels .V'tis.'B ' Atieri laa)
ut J H y'l'iishul. Iu fx ai.C l .O vl' salii ,v
tliioic white st V2 I0f" '.' 46.
In I've price are nncbaaireX Cora Is bet-r,
end tiiOO bubbels yellow sold at aa advano of ,
2c. over yesterday "s ajjua-s; 3000 bushels sold at
fSii'OiV 1'02 tf '' bush. Oats are firm, at 82c far
1'eniit.ylvaniu, with sales of 2000 bushels, and
acme small lots at 8 to. Bailey tad Malt faro ...
qUwil-v continues dull. We .uo Ohio bWi. '
htS-TaS." .
Markela by TelH'Svps.
Ni.w Yobx, October 14. Flour baa a-irancod. -
ft,..: . f icto t'l.is ; State. s'J'rfsi Obis. ik.j.
1 1 , au a RoallK ro, 10 uu.014 W baal liaa a.lvaa.:ad aitM,
Sale, .'i,i,''.i,m.. C-orn !.. adits "'X
(.si - M..lt t ... rl Vll
II UUk UUUt "V--I apa-
L.lTtST MIBI-Mi IXTCLLICESCE. .vi
. . 7T. ? ATtFI THIS MOKSflSO.
Aelir A'gnirar, ivsit,Naur'a.4.;. Ilr.l.-y Co. ; ..
(km At lir jwa, Ilaiiln.toa, liuw Oikaui, t. A. Sua Its
A t'u. .
(i -hr U. PaVor. V4 i'isr. Vtviiana, do.
a.lj tosi. I dv.aid. W'eeka, Ak xandrla. H. A. Ada.ua
lt.U It I., fay, )tt-iuaii,llouin, Avoiiai, UaldwaU A C. 1
la A Vt'iai,' a I. III. lat, ila. u.,. ,
St. r Kai-tioi Ji.aa, Uuath, Sorwti-h, I.. AaAenrlad 4 C4. ' ) . va
kc'.u Vauliwoiili,l'.aker, lioilou, iVn A Co, -u 1 -,).',
' AHRIVErv TH18 MOHHrtlCI. ,- . ,.a
Hr I rtnjlat, Caller, 14 tla)i Hum 1 vruaodloa, 1 Dal-'
la -I Vo tai'-aui. , ' S tc'
litis t)c. iin W'avs, f'ow-, 4 tlsvs from Fa'J Rb'er, la til!- ,
Ian lo l. k biaiaou A Oo. ... . 1
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i.a-. ap'l' 1 iiiii.i1 u. 1, cuiuain "" 40W-
peol. a..tiad nl lu o'clock lhi ut'sraiiia 1,1 w 7 a 1
1.1 a. bl.c takia aut l. o e.i.in aud lr ,, J( 0,a,.
au-t iaj.. vn-a. iii'ia, and ilia "'"''"''',' .j.i haJ.. baik,
Bot.r, IT-i Las. oil t-.ka. 4s.'. ban. (.luiruio, 'rie
4ib,..,.iitM',s boat's Lf.;"a -;,.ii..-a-.
ci......aiiii.duull. lSta.ra i'l' w M,ntaOo4.
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