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H if PRICE TU11EE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TUKSD.VY, NOVKMIU'Il 1, 1S64. PRICE TIIUEE CENTS. if: THIRD EDITION AIIMY OF rOTOMAC. GENERAL GRANT'S LAST MOVEMENT. I rrceent Tosltion of tho Army. JIhapqi ARTMIS or TUB A R M V OP Tl( R Il f 0 xac, Ortulxr 30. The utmost quiet h is prcvadet along the tint to-day. Even picket flilngscouio J l he Hopped by unanimous consent. Since tue nrmy returned from tho late roc fo ment towards the southide of tlic railroad, tho regimental and brlgalc rumionn lers have boon holding inspections, and the command art) being rnt in as effective a condition a before they Started. OtToiu.n 3l, C A. M. The enemy attempted to play a sharp trirk on our lines at !).' o'eUck hut ulirtit. It was partially succe-sful, bat tho main object was defeated, wiih considerable loss to them. At the rmint of connection between the 2 I an I ilh Corps' pi 'hcts they made an cntranc;, and assttig from one post to another they pme'ratc.l the lire for tonic distance, taking all the nion prisoners. Tbey then sent forward a Itcavy force tc ehirrc Ibe line of brastworks, in tho hope of piorcing cur centre; hut one of the pickets had elected hit escape to the main line, and given warning in time for the men to he put on guard behin I the works; and when the Ribeis advance J, they recehed such a fire us to drive them back in Confusion, nnd with heavy Jose. Repeated attempts were made bnt rescillo I in tike manner, and although the tiring was kept u.) early all sight, the enemy gained no further ad vantage. Our loss Is set do.va at !VH7 ciptnrod. The casualties In killed and ivoundod are not knovn, but are r try lew. The loss of the enemy must have been heavy, as they advanced In rang.) of Oar batteries and infantry line. It was soinewnat dork, however, and of course tho firing was n t w ellective us it would have been hail our men had a good Tien of tlio enemy. At this dour all Is quiet. JdajorvVahih, of fio 3d Pennsylvania Cavalry, on duty at headquarters, has been promoted to tho rank of lieutoiinnl- colonel a promotion which has been long earn d an 1 affords pleasare to his numerous fi lends. GIHEBAL LEE'S OFFICIAL REPORT. Additional llvtttll of thf) t'iKlitiiiu; Hit ofl'niiturml l utwis 4H1mt Tlio lt.-l. I Jrnvrtal UpurliiK not iilll.-it Ol.iclnl KvpnrtN. ft en the Ri?hmon:t ii'i'irrr, Otf.w, General Lee sent the following to tho War Office on Thursday night: UkAHUCAHTIHS Ahmv XoiiriiRus Vikoini , Hon. James A. Kcddon, Secretary of War: Tuo movementof tlio enemy against onr lrt to-lav was repulsed. Two attiohs upon our linos wore made one between the Heurlco l'oor Him'o mi l Charles City road, the other on the YV'dd utntiorg road. Several huudred prisoners nnd fuir stands of colors were captan d. Our kiss very slight. On the Southside the enemy crossed lloiVAiity creek, belw liurgess' Mul, and forced Dae It Hie cavulry in the atumoon. (J uer.il Hetti atta kc I, ftLd at first drovo them ; but ton id ih.on in too Strong loree. Afterwards tho enemy a'.tacKcd and were repulsed. They sill hold t ,il ink road at Burgess' Mill. Uu'.h took o.uo colors ai d piisoners. fT)n the Wth Colonel Mosul ey, near BonVT Illl, raptmeu lHigadier-Uoneral Duii) and h :vo ral other prisoners, a number of nor-c, and killed e uuuibcr of the, eiiertiy. Ho sustilaod no loss. It. K I,i;k. The Yankee troops princlp il'y engage I i i the ruoveiueut ou Tlmrs i iy, Iwlnv It e:iiu.i 1 1, be IrmKed to the 18.li l'nr,s ; tuoau eii itt ' 1 ou ttie south sido ero tbo 'Jd, Uth, uu I part of thd Oiii. Antiti.'r Il4-.iiilcti trm Jtiirr.'it l.ne 1 li- i:m :y H. l lo, tu kii 1 riinli Nicl. The fullowliig olli -la! r.'p jrt w.W re oive I fro'n Oenural Iee lat roglit : llKDtl'ABI I KM AllMV NOBTHKMV Vllill'NIV, Octoi er '1H, lil. Hon. J unes A. 8ld n, S.i -ra-larj of Wur: (cneial A. I, llill r.'porH tiiattba sfack of (ieretal lle.h upon the enimy n,;.m tn ! Eoydton plunk 10a I, muutionei in my diMiiat. li liiht evtriMii-', was mu le l.y thnw brigalen unJer General Maljoi.e in lio n, unJ Ocj.nl lli.iiuton in the r ar. Mab'ino cupturcd ionr liun lred pri iX'Br, three some's of volom, and six pieces of aitillery. Tho latter could nu: bo brought oif, tfce tneuiy having possession of the hrid.'e. In ti e atta k snbc'iiently lua le by the enemy Gam rat Mauore hrok.i three lines of lu'lle, and riuro g the i ight the enemy retired iro n the Uojdioo plunk road, leaving bis wounded and Dioiethon two hundred and tiftydeid ou the fi-ld. About nine o'clock 1'. M.um ill fur-e amteil and took )xssi sioii ni'oi.r norks on tie U itt.ir rood, in front of Ktcrsbnr;, but was s ton dri jn out. On the Willium-btirg road, yesterday. Osneral Field c iptnrod upwards of fom- hnndrcd priso ners uml ten huh is of colors. Thue.ie ny left a number id dead ill front of o.ir works, and re tun.ed to hi loiaier position to-day. U K. l.r.r.. Prvin thf R,rhnivn,f riiqni, ,t, O:! If The gciicrul view of tn HkirmisUh'g baloiv Kiehuu nei on Thursday, gieoii bv us o:l yeS"ir iluy, iccjinres no liiijoitint niodiii n.ion. The lUicka of the enemy were so easily rep ilse I, and t.ur c isuul.ics were mi raie, t!n . thara was little tiej ond the mere m utimt of the eae uy's ill'couiii.ure to record. Tlio mo'u.T.i nts of our troops were be nr. fnl, and the uhi.Tri'.y with w il-.'b ouriiuDui.t in I rr iMlsei every a.ss mlt of tlu enemy waseouspleiioufi. Hui the eneiuy did not eonio np to the w irk with tlia' uiu ikeu mindie-s wbKh was doubtless exLecud oi tlteiii, an I huh as "illustrate I t'lelr Vdlor" in ihe snuiiner campaign, wh-n lire and vMsky were liotb clieup in tno Yunnee iriuv. Our c.iiinitic, all told, umo'iiit to tnrty ni '.n wounded, ami some h'f do-en ki led. Tti i er.cmv loM many killed and wound. 1 1, besides tr.ree liiindttd and eiu'ity-eight prisviu.TH, 1.1- cliHlii'K me tuiiow nor oil a'rs : Captniu Jobn C. Keenao. bllh Now Hampshire. Captain H. W'entaorth, 1'J.h Vicous.a. Captain M. Mierilf, l'Hh W'iseoii-in. ('u)iluin II. C. Backmun.'Jiitli Ne York. Captain M. V. Cochrane, 10th Now Hampsfiire. Ciiptuin J. Carroll, . t i Murylund. Capt. Hi nry Ward, 1st V. S. ColoroJ Troops. f rst Lieut. A. I'. 11 olloy, Adj't l!)tii Wisconsin. First Lieut. II. H. Murray, Mtu Now H impdiire, First Lieut. 1 humus hmipson, 1st It. I. Artillery, First Lieut. M. C. Ilunis, lb New York. First Lieut, l'rsnk Snunders, 118th New York. First Lieut. 8. L. Mrvant, llbth New iork. I.icnt. Hewitt C. Wetltlier, MHth New York. Lieut, deorc A. I'otts, HKih Now York. Lieut. J. ts. CIiH-e, bib Muiue. Lieut. TuoichS h. Alii u, MStli New York. Lieut. Uauiol O'Connor, llKth New York. J. II bt raw hriibre. Medical Director lMth Corps Tho f gliting at lVUisburg commenced nljout smirUo ou our cxtrome right. The euoiny attacked, projecting a heavy force iroin tlm rt arofhia main line against our position ou the liovuton pliiuk road.' lnis niuvemoui, occur ring tomewlmt in the nature of a surpri-o, pitivod a suites, so iur as advancing was concerned. Va lost nine three hundred men, killed, Dontiuea, ana capture a j riucuy cue intaor. As soon, hi weer, ns the movement became tull denned, uenenu uein attacked the enemy and drove tht m for some dhtunce, capturing two hundred and sixty prisoners and several Islands ol colors, liie strengtn or me enemy ut a roi tiou they bud taken, commanding the road and m-ouutry about burgee.' mill-pond, prevented miii irom attemiitiiig to anve tnotn iroin mat road. It was rumored yetterday evening that the i lie ui v bad abandoned the ulauk road. We are pleased to learn that Uvneral lieurir.g, who w hs reported killed, was uuhurt. Our casual ties were very liuht. About 10 o'clock, on Thursday night, the enemy made a ci.arge upon our lines on Hives' mrui, urcaking inroiign tuem lor a lewmomenu but breaking out of skein rery quickly, at soon s their character wua ascertalued. When ap proaching our works, ther resnoaded to the hul rtltM ..'IiIItia) Vw illria I' mnA EUROPEAN NEWS. THE "IllBKItMlN" AT FATIiEtt rOHT. ncrcase of Bullion in tha B.mk of Franco. Fa i ii m 1'iiimt, L. C, Novrin'ior !. The lhhttnixn, from Llverp )1 ou the 20th, via l oa- iloti'Urry on il.t 21t of (.'.'to'jcr, pscd t!.is p ilaj fci t'ay, toutul for Quebec. The steamer lirtmm art ivfd ont on tho -1st n't. The ti'iti by tne lltUnum is nnimoorUut. The reporttd drain of bullion from th ' II ink of France is falsn, mid an increase of cvh is s'io.i of over 3,o0t),(KH)f. S'4ininirrrlal Int. llfKi'nc. T.'vrnrooi , (VuiIkt 21. Cotton Sales for the ue. k 2!,i) bales, liiclmline 11,(10) t-) spc. ula tor and cxportrts. Tlin mark 't c;ucl very dull, tli a clecdne or s i. no Amorictn. Mull in trlfnm is quoted at .'3d. Koca ,n p,)-t, M i,0 id lies. Ilrcndstufl's very dull. Provisions stcs, ly. I omh n, Octooer 2. Consols closed ut H fJ lor mi ney. 1 tic bullion in the Hank of Kngland has de creased i'37'0. Illinois Central sharps o0' 'il percent, dis-oun'. Krie Hailroad I'Xo 41. Anit't'd from New York, I) can 7'a -ir. A'if yVim'iT, now ylnurotiu at D '.tl; Iahiii I'.miU ' .' at Lnnilimd rry, Itntuit int ut t.'rceno k, .Vio u at warren I .int. Arrived from Da'tiin vo "hip, Vt'jf.s.'i. THE FINANCIAL CRISIS. Tho Latest Sas'ieiisiors ami Failure-: in England. I'niliir.' Annonnrpil In ljinlon. (et. I?. 7. o ti r.s. .umton limit ( ity arttilr), O 1 7. Mr. Thomas Hurro.ves, of the Sbx'k Kehan.:. was t'eclured a ilchiiilicr this (Sat trdi", lo) morning, and was s tb-equontly exam no I at tne Ouihluitll 1'ulli e Court 011 11 charge uf o'ltuining money nnder (also pretense. At an iiii.iournf'i l'leeonit 01 tne creators of Messis. H. Clongli, R in v Co , at. Uradlord yes terday, it was resolved to wind np nnder Inspc'' tion. An offer of 5. tid. In the pound, in four liistalmi ntK, was made ; bit' the directors of tho Leeds Dunking Company, who are creditors fr lr arly , 0,1)00, intimated that thev would n it accept anything less tbsn 7s. (id. in tho pound tne wooic 10 tie guiiranteeu. I allures Aulioiiuci il In ;i.onton. Ocl. IS, Frcm hi f.untlon I'i.itia a. fi. te), ( totr IS. A nu eting of the creditors of Messrs. CroskeT K Co. w:i he'd to day at the oillccof the acvotiat unis. MeSi-rs. Harding, Pullein K Co., when a rtati nu nt ol affairs was submitted by Mr. i'ullein. 1: was tiiinnimiius.y resolved to wind up the cstats tinder inSfH ction, the liicfiinj expressing their onlidence in Mr. L rokf y, nnd Ins ability, with the ushistinico of the Inspectors, to bring his minus to a sticees fill issue. The total liabilities, secn'ed nnd nnsccured, appear to be about titw, or wnicn nh,ooo arc expected to rank agsmsi the estaie. Mr. J. 11. uibtions and Mr. J. II. Til ett. tho liuuidiitots of the Kast of Kngl.ind Bank, have announced that a first dividend of 10s. In the pound will be paid this week unit next, at their oftlco in Norwicn. um tht .o'utnu ll, raltl(rUy attl -fr), 0'. 17. A person of tho name of lie V,tt was brought up at the Mansion House charge ! with nttcruiit Ihe forgeil ncc ptanccs of Mfs-rs. J. Scuurt (v Son, d Maiiehenti r and New York, American bankers, and ol Messrs. lunmicy Moore u Co., of Liver pool. J i um tht Lerdvn Iteratd city article), Or'.olttr 18. It was Biated on 'Change this I lltii) afternoon that the old nnd respcctuide Hrui of Messrs. Moti ninper it Denningliotf, couini'esion merclnats, ehatly associaKd witu the petroleum and oil 11 aues, hid suspended ptyiueut. It is fearl tlio debts and liabilities wid reach from ) ),0i) to ft 1 11.000. Tiie assets, it is hope I, may prove I'.ivotui le. Misis. Cnndra, Eneisco .1 Co., a house in tho Suaul-h trade, was :il o reiiortc I to h ive stunned th s aft ri.iM n,witb li ibiliti s lor I'iJ.OOO. In this cuse, il is miU, the prospects of tne asteis are not riiscoursgii.g. Mr. Cua-lm fiiicl soimj two or three veurs ugo, and .adc, it is believed, a s.itla- taen ry Iniuiilaiion. I n'luseN Aiiii'Miiiei l lis I.umlon, Oct. 19. The suspension has been ami niuecd of Messrs. fei I, Coohe ei Co., in the Austra iuti trade, with liabilities for uboat t4o,00-l, of widen it is tuought pirn. us ouly 30.0 10 will rank on the estate. l ue uuiienity is nuorie l to oe owing to spo 'illa tions in shar 8 which will coniproiuisd the Lou don house uloue, and not th i M -iOoome Ur n. ihe boohs are in the h.m Is ol M is,rs. K 'inn. Ford & Co., and a favoia ole hqaidation seems to be expected. 1 ue suspension n.isren annoiinceil or Messrs. Bullock e Furiiybough, colonus. brokers, Mlujiug luno. The uuiount of llii'niiiies is not stated, but is:iipposed to be small. I lir Niilriilo l' ll .TlmiKK-'r of (he !lfcr vhuii1s una l-as'ltwiiKV ltitnti,oi laimlots. i-tfmiA London A'.i (cjy ar.'i t).:toer !8. It trniispirtd this ufteruoju that Mr. Robort llemy Williams, tho London uiauagi-r of the Mercantile und Kx' Ii,ine 1! mil, committed sui c de by Hii-on last eeoiui.'rat his residence, in Iscw Lavenoisn i.lieet. Mr. iiiianis was lor nnriyiu the Luiou ii.tuk of Loudon, and w. is only tw enty-seven v ears of aire. l or some da.vs past lie lud ticen in a st ite of gr.iat mental udi.i t ement, which is believed yes terday to have been increased the news from lliur.il; but it is understood to h ivu boen us :cr taiiud that all his personal accounts witu tins bank ate entirely cnrre.it. The Mercantile and I'.xctiunge liana was suiiteo in urown s uuini iii(.'s, Liverpool, and Old 11 roil street, London, in FciTiMiy, 1N"3, with a capioil of 1,0.10,000, in shares ol 'i0, and in June last a negotiation as concluded to taUe over the business of tne Loudon Bunk ol Seoii.iod an uu loi tiding will li bad lie' n stark-d in April, 1H1:, wi.h a capital of il.tiUiU't 0. liyihc-e urmi ii'.u uu. and issu 'S i f i.ew shsres, the loii inil cipitalot the Mer- csntilc and Lxchmge II ink w is increase 1 to iluOO.OOO, widi IBJO.tiOO puid up. Tho i0 pliures, with 110 paid, weie ) Cstorday at 1 dis count, and have closed i ti i o oveonig at 'I discount. Annexed is u note received no u tuc suo-ui.m-uger : Tiu; Mrwajctii.p. anh Kxcn ivns B vnk, No. 4 I.oHiiAiin sruaiiT, Octnis r IH, Imil.Hir: Ki ll i ring to the suddeu ibuih ot oir manager, Mr. W'!uis, I am instnictid by the direct irs to sietc thai, after an Inves Ig t on of the accounts in d ti e s Tiirii'cs of the b ink, tbev have every n .isoti to believe that the ml or . of the bank aro not theicby in any wuy compromised. I am, sir, yctir obe belt seivant. NArHANiEL Coiik, 8 tib-M imager. Th rlN In Aiislralln. From ihe London Xttri (rity aviwi j, tieteftsr Is. The advices from Sydney report tho failure of Messrs. Frauds Giles K. Co., i'jereh int.s,oiii to that of Messrs. FiiVi nc, Ow"nne it Co., of Lon don. At a meeting of tho creditors of tne former house, tho liabilities were stated at 1 1", 710, of which 173,000 is due to Fnglish, nnd I'i7,7l0 to local creditors. Of the latter uuiouut lJl,H'Jii is seemed. The upsets wero estimated by Mr. Giles at nhout 11'JI.IXiO, and be attributed the stoppage totbe huge shipments raado by l aveuo, Uwyune fv Co. For iiibtuncc, indents bad been sent home for goods to tho amount of i'lbo.boo, whereas the toial shipped had reached t)3,0od. A committee was apiiiited to investigate the estate and report to a future meeting. Messrs. liingle A Co., in tho shipping and coal trade, bad alto suspended payment at (Sydney wi ll liubilitios for IjO.oOO. Ad olfer to tlio cuoiiois of five shillings in tlie pouud was made and rt lused. I'nunrs la Trndlnir 'lrclet 1st France. I'm ii (Olivier 17 J Corripitdctiei oj LonHon Timtl. The resolution adopted by the directors of the Sank of Fruuce to raise ihe rate of discount from seven lo eight per cent, has produced an unfavor able impression In Parisian commercial circles. It presses particularly on traders with a small capital who lire force4 to sell for credit. It was iniS)sible, however, fur the directors to act otherw ise, seeing that the specie in the bank had diminished by 17,HU0,000f. withlu a week, while the laink notes lu circulation increased U.OW.OOOf. It is further to Is? remarked that the cash in hand at this time last year was '272,000,0001'., while at present it is only 26O,000,Ot0f. A Hoary CTUla tn Mavda-ld. frm Ihe LfiHm Tl,nti, Oeioier 19. The accounts from Madrid describe financial affklrs as approaching almost a stale of chaos. ow lug to the embarrassments of the Government and of th National Lank, coupled with the (duct produced by te recent muxa from laioa of the dishonored b lis of Ihe SO ltc Oencra o de Ctedit en Espngne. Thf OtetN In Braill. VAti m or m. socto's hank tw nto s.n t av- mknis srsi'iM oiii' nv Tlia iiamk or Intnl.. Ilio m JArlno1 Fcptem'ier 2.1. The bnklnu frm of M. Kouto has f.iihd for a V' ry la.ge amnnnt. IHher fullurestook place in co isequeue", and are followed hy a commercial rr sis. A slightly 1 etter feeling, however, now prevails. i he tiovi'rninci't ha- decreed Ihe snp n iou of eah payments for notes by the Hank of Hnw.ll, and hasgivm a forced currency to th? l anK s jacr. raiut hb or smuiiiii nnoTttr?i op mo 'uni.o AND I ON HON. F it'H ;H L'-n li Tr ti-1' 1 1 1: at '!. (, :l,r9. The following not' anniiunces th it in ronse r,ni mil of the news iiy tel. irrini yes erd v nt tv I eiliire of Messrs. Moieiri llrothrrs 1 mp'i 'li, ar Ki.i, Messrs. Itu'ce, M ir. in Unit hers A. I' ., f I on ion, hive deemed t right, tor 1 lie r. e.-os s of a I their creditors, also to suspend. II ith the Brazilian an.l ihe Londo't houses were of g 1 st sliding, an I It is hoped the to, vi.e will ,r n e but lemporary. Annesed is th" .circular iss .ed . i ;o : ui a r si, Hm . .(K..iW( tn. '.wo -' ... iti-. n. n Wf r-.'Stlm rretivp.lby :r rrfr. p'. i -.tin. i ii o' l' s -ii m nsi . i el .. .r ci.r r' ei it it , M.'..-.. K -. 1.1. lir lit. r l I i M''',,. er Km J.oM .r.i. -' .i.sf i t ,n i .e I'.'l ei of lti lurk ol A. .1 A. Neil v. l... . 1 Co; t"ii; All I Slt'i MO-ii . ti.O live .eif.t Ives r, .e i . e.v..it. till -iM....ril uiM i-.msi.l.-Atile d.ir.i.iis, w 1 'u i lt.'i in. il it '.-s( in the IniP'.'s; .,; ' r 1.1 .-u .1 1,. . ; .,.. ; I ' lr p.l v 1 .i1'!' s M'O. tlur t. 'Ks, v 111 '1 if 1't i, .ii'i, W.le. 11 ri. d v.. .ire I l :, 1 I. f l. r !.( ,. Turo'i" .1 I. "l 01111- A' C 1., wild 1 1 If 1 f'.- t.i p'e.ii t Hie. u . ! I ir e.r :r- .'eie- .- .r h t . ir "t . r . l : 111 . I .li it r eiao.i. vni :o paei ... 1 ui. - ill. I tf i lie- 11. in g n ' e , " 0 rsiu . ,.." tlliS. Vl 1. .lie, . HI' .1. II. . Jul ' h ' i,. hi ! : 1 .Mini - ;k 1 1 i.e iti'iis 1 1 Tiir htcst pMi.i iiRor hio .a nu: no no si-. em fif l.fiii'Jl 'i.M'.. f .?v 1' t ''.' t' '' ' 11'. 1 he Braill in telegrams to d iy in rui'i' 1 "1 f.iilnre of four linns at liio ,l me r i. be- I s several otbers nf minor Imp irtiiice. In? p ni i lire s.o,ito (' , U itnc. c. l" lh ., ! n a V. .! ., and MonN'in rid Luna. Tlie ,irt wo the hirjct tiaukets in tin- city. Mess's. , , ,, are possessed ot eteus;vo e 1; i.i', -vti, :. h ' c ".1 liH'k-d np in hllilduu iiivesinieoi.s ; an I Me si s. Ooinos l-'ilho, whoso sospei-s: m wp c '.- tieut on tt.at ol M. ssrs .jii;u '. or" I ."'.si c lelieve I lo have lar"c j.r ipertv. Hence it is npKsed tlia", iftbue n" . 1.' 1, .1 fnil li..iidation in iy he ex, ft. 'i "i . tior three years la k Messrs. So tto A C 1. wero in temporary enib.irrassineat, and w " n assisted, n Is s iid, 10 tho ix'ent of a Million nu t a U ill st rlink by the BaDk of Brall. It may he assumed that i. is to tlu.se la l.im, Conpled with tlie anxietv pccasloued by tho ilec'aiation of hostilities against the rep ii)!i.' of I'm 'ti iv, ilrit the su -pension of s o 1? ptym'i's by the ll.mk of Hra.til is to be miri'iuted. l h s blink a few ye irs ago luloiitd u spn ) ir steo, which was eominiied for soma tunc. NEWS JOTTINGS. Cninillo I'rso is playing in Toronto. A dow n-east editor declares that modesly is a quality that highly a turns a woman, but r.tins a 111 in. Joseph Lake, a fat hoy, twelve ys.irs old, an I weighing three hundred and cigh y-tivo pounds, died at his home in Chichester, N. II., on the 19th ult , of typhoid fever. He lock cold while on an exhibition tour. The medical college property at Castleton, Vermont, whence two thousand young doctors have bscn sent, has been sold, aud will be kno.va as a medical collcgo no longer. A moviment Is proposed ut Nantuskot, Massachusetts, to eiitcfsupoii th cod anil mack erel fishery as a means of relieving the pros perity of the town. There Is a boy in Quincy, Majs '.chusctts, two years old, who can call all the letters of the alphabet, fpell thro or four words, and Jo a sum in arithmetic. His tunic !s Frank A1ims Tirrell. Our armies halt tojbury their dead. They resume their marching and fighting. The rca-e-Surrender l'arty dig np the sleeping braves form thtm in unwilling ranks pursue tho Union columns, and in the blackness and quint of night force llie-c shadowy heroes to fire lutothsir c m ratles in arms, flank and rear, ballots in no deadly than Ui be! lead. Hon. F.ru Wheeler, Dcmocra'.io Mrnbor 0 ' Congress Iroin the Third Wisconsin District, hm stepped, like tho true man ho is, oil" the Chicago p a'.form, and pledges himself to sustain tho prosecution of tho war until the Hotels lay dewn their arms. Thee is ro rriino In tho hisi t-y of ht.tn.in wickedness to be Compile! with the infamy o digging np the dead s dill, rs of the I'nion from their mariyr graves in Virginia, add npiklug them vote oj-'aiiist the cause which they died to sustain. Two geiitleuie 1 In lud' iaa hie olfurcd to give fifty thousand dollars etch towirds the cstablfhuient of a first-class Female College in the ci'y of Lnfaycttc, in thitStite, If one hun dred thousand dollars injre can be raised by the citizens. There was a gathering of five generations at the house of widow Folly l'oivers in I'rincotot:, Massachusetts, on the l!Hh instant. There were present Mrs. Towers, figej ninety-eight, her (laughter from Leominster, and her grand-daugh ter, great grand daughter, ami great great grand son, all fioni Clinton. rrofefsor Bowen, of Harvard College, while returning from a meeting of tho faculty one even ing last week, was assaulted by a rulliin.who sprang upon hi in from behind a tree, and strack blm a severe blow uiiou the hi vl, rendering him early Insensible. After iatliaing tho blo.v, the assailant fled. Several gentlemen of Bostou havo just re turned from a grand coon-hunting expedition in several of the New 11 tmpshire towns. In two nights they cnpiurej sixteen racoons, tho largest of which weighed sixteen poun Is. They were all treed by a llnely-traiue.il dog and then shot. The whole parish Of Ilev. J. W. Wellmai, of Newton Corner, Massachusetts, J niej with the r pastor in celebrating h's tin wedding last weak, and besides a 1 irge amou-t'.; of tin ware, give him U'O and a new overcoat to reuiem'ier Ilia eva sion by. At Washington Tark, iu TrcvidiiiM, II. L, a day or two ago, a man weighing one hundred and forty pounds under' jok to run around tlie mile track in sixteen minutes, dragging a suiky weigh ing nlnety-fivo pounds, in which war seated a man weighing one hundred aud sovoaty pounds. He accomplished the feat in eleven mluut s and thirty-seven seconds. John F. Kobitison, formorly a lawyer at Lowell, died at Somerville, Massachusetts, last week, In his slxty-fouith yaar. Ha wus a na'.'vo of Dover, New Hampshire, graduated at Harvard In 192'), studied law wlih Daniel Webster, and became eminent In his profession. lie was passionately fond of classical stulles, aud his favorite literary recreation was tlio reading of Demosthenes and Plato in the original, after completing the business of the day. Some interest has been credited by the dis covery of a number of Indian curiosities in the lands of tho F.nglish Land Company, lu the town ship of Dysart, Canada. Tho mon at work on the company's road arc dotitally found an InJian grave, and on opening it found buried therein a uumber of silver trinkets of excellent workman ship, and In capital preservation. There are said to be numbers of these graves throughout the F.nulish Company's lauds, thoy having been In former years the neutrul ground between the Cblppewas and the Mohawks. The company'! officers have taken steps to have those graves reepectcd. Tub Beautii'vi.. Men are so inclined to con tent themselves with w hat is commonest, the spirit and the tenses so easily grow dead to the im pros-ilons of the beautiful and perfect, that every one should stndy to nourish In his mind the faculty of feeling these things by every method in bis power. For no man can bear to bo entirely deprived of such enjoyments ; it Is only because they are not used to taste of what is excellent, that the generality of people take delight lu silly and insipid things, provided they lie new. For this reason, one ought every day to bear a little song, read a good poem, see a line picture, and, If it be possible, to epvalt a fen re souablf wor da. FREEDOM IN MARYLAND. FUBLIC REJOICING TO-DAY. stprrlnl to Tlio i:vrnlnir Trlrcrnpti. Uai.iihork, Novemler 1. FI igs aro flying to the hr.'" to-day on all public and manv private bnlidings. Salutes of thirty-five, one hundred, also thirt ru gun, wi'.l be lired duriag the day. All the bells of the city rung last night. M my negro churches are open, and colored persons are di'n inc. 'ti'dhint with joy. They, however, bebsvc becomimt y. Oppont i Is uf the new Constitn'iou have aban donc'l all ho.'C ot doing a'iy,hii' but so'iui t. iMUlll s AC O' N r 0I4 brnllon tr tliss tmi!ini'lMtton In Slury likiiil. Laitimoi i , Noscin'ier 1. Kiimiicipilioii was rclebr il.td here to-day with spirit. At sunrise it grand alut" ol live hundred guns wis 00111 nicuetd, a-'C 'inpani. d by tho ringing or church bells and sign il bells. Hogs wcru displayed from the public buildings and many privste dwellings. At norm the (iri.ig of salutes w is resumed from Forts Fc leral llill and Ma-shai , tae Chri-t Church helis j. ming in the merry peals, pcrforoi- lii;' a intervals various nat'ooal and pa ri die bis, in' tiding 11 i:l Coltiui'da, I.sud of the l're '. nod tar Spangled Banner. I IMS If pour KUV Ni.w Yoi.h Ni.ietiibcr 1. 1 h: ste.inp d i"..'f.m, liot.: Vi ri II .1.1'. on .he Huh int., ut ived at this port to-day. The lVuie'.to : rult! s-.y-i lh' Uc'iol pr'noim s plu 1 1 under tire on M i n is f-.ht.id hue h vi rt moved to l'o. t l'i lakl, our ori mners in Ch v les too hoviiii: been removed from their expose 1 Mtuatiou by ihe He ids. Ilo, b'o. kaih -1 nine. , i.om.,o, front N;tsto N. 1'., was sunk on the '2 Id ult., near the 111 iitl'i ol Charle b n harbor, by our Morris Isl in I bi' t.ries. iienrral Foster 'iron :b;. w!' 1 him from Florida 11 hnndred barrels of or.iug is for the soldi ts. There seems to be a presp -nt ofctcSianiti a'l the sick and w ounded 0.1 fco'.U sides. Tiic tund for the relief of our prisoners raised am ng the soldiers, umounts to Si 'iK1, and bus been sent to Savannah to be placed in the hands uf a clergy man. Unite a number of deserters have recently reached our lines from Savannah. Tlif Silmnicr "City 01 Cork" sit Vfw York. Nr.w Y'ohk, November 1. The stnumer City of Cork has arrived with Liverpool advices of the li th of October. Her news has been anticipated. Market ly 'l'rl'irrisin Ntiw York, November 1. Flour has advanced '.'(e-i 0i em. : mi's of IsOOtjhls stf'l-.'O.i urtuiOr St.te; Sllli uil'i .'.0 for Ulna; til'lo.i l.i Oir Hnitri.r'i. Wn v. uilv o.t . O .'.(" Se ; .4,1-1 unun JlirUllt. I'nra U'lvutlen.1 'le., w llli .nisll sMs. Moet nria. Forll temlv : .r'U bti s m ssl i.'sjiH ijt Af el. Lard Una l o.l.,u;ta cenli. Whl'liyUull The new stables built at Paris for the Km fcror Napoleon is a vast hippo Iroine, nearly square; the Hour is covered with sund unit saw-tlu-t, and ihe walls are wainscoted and padded for Ibe henctit of riders thrown from their horses. There is a gallery capable of holding thirty per sons, and the building is ligh ed Irom the roof. The stables are composed ot three naves sop 1 ruted by urclies and divided into boarded stills, each of which bears the name of the horse that occupies it. Tho mangers are so constructed that a portion always coutsin water. Thoro is a In-go loose lio at the extremity of eueh nave. Tlie lonntatns in courtyards arc supplied w.ttt water Irom the Seine. Venice Is constantly giving td proofs of decay. Within the lust live years tho vessels enuring una leaving the port of Venice have d punished tweuty-cn-hl per cent, in number uud fortV'Oiie per cent. 111 louuntte. The valuo of (ho y ear's imporis h is, in the same period, decrease 1 twenty-seven aud a hall' percent., uud that of tho ex polls l.fiy-three and 11 h. ill per cout. ! act , r es uro ti ins cried irom the left to the right I a ik of Ihe Munlo. While Venlco sinks in distress, hor old rival, 'H'noa, finds, nv the eivtonslou of rail ways nnd the abolition of frontier dues, 1 widen ing' m.iil'ot in Central afd Snu'hern Fitly, an 1 haa largely incrc.iaed, if not doubled, her ton nage. CUT INmUQNC. Ptatb o' Tu bhuowktkb To-dav. 31 A. M., sjlj. Noom 471. Oue P. M., 471. Wind, N. by W. CELEBRATION OF FREE MARYLAND. Fennsylvania Oreot3 her Sister State. CLORIOUS CELEBRATION. The Decorations, Parado, Etc. To-day In the earliest duwn of morning the people of Philadelphia cotau.cnced the congratu lation over the redemptiou of Maryland. The streets were decorated wit evcrgrceus, aud flags were rl)ing from every pole. The lower streets, where our colored population dwell, wero, a, un early hour, irowded with the iluam:ns of that locality ; and oar whole population treated it as a gala day. The hearts of free I'hiladoiphians have always sympathized with the downcast of our neighbor ing state, and now when the, blllit is removed, they are the liut to send their grutula.lon to those who have regnnera'.ed their Stx'.e. The same di nu nstr.ttlotis of joy, we are Did, are being dis played iu Baltimore, the city where our troops we e stoned but three short years ago. 'lu-duy the whole city turus out to ho lor tholr nsmo of "Abolition city." over the whole land will go the elid nes, and everywhere will like d Jinonsir itions attend the news. 'There is more joy over one siu ier 1 but repentoth than over the niiiily and nine which went not astray." So when a new Staie is adiltd lo the cuuso of ireeilom, ih'in over those who for yeais have scea the error of their ways and repented. All hml, free Ma.yland! And lot tbo salutes which have this day resounded through our city be echoed back by tho grauiio bills of New Hampshire and the lofty pe.iks of tho mountuius of distant Oregon, whose tops are enveloped in an eternal cloud. At the hiadquiunVrs of the Supervisory Com mittee for ltecruiling Colored Uogiments, No. 1210 Chtsuut street, the most extensive prepara tions were being made this morning for a proper celebration of the duy. The w hole frout of tho building, from tho pavement to the roof, is cov ered with paintings and designs gotten up by ihe Artists' Sketch Club of this city. Tuis evening the whole will bo btilliant'y illuminated, and the tilect will be mott pleasing. vo gno a mu iiu sciiptiou of the triiuspnrencms nnd mottoes. Surmounting the whole is a splendid gas jet, showing the words liOD SAVE THE UXI'DHUC." Under which aro the following: ' 'Jinver, lu raid or rtnt, coru a Hlsck Ksnluisut." (llattle Scene. Culoniil Truoys Chsrslns.) Of Slovtry- Jerterson, tlie Father 01 Ueiuoerscy hji 1 Tee Aluilstitr lu uo stiriiiuU wnU ti cn ut. .idss Wi'l H u Ui suili a touts-!." .Velei e I iriinia, page i;j, 1'hert Is notanisn llvlns wl.o wishes ni slsc.r.ly ttiun 1 dti to a pln sdepteil for tho Auoi.moa or LAiKKl.' H'iwAlV"i' ll'ur toBotftrt Uorru. "It would reJelM my very soul thst avaur oas af my ft llow-bilffas emsnaiuUfd. I houor th gi Ki.k Iur UivU- aohl. ulurls to uUuusli sUvsr." lunct limey. Centre-pifcs, Jll" fort. Arm of Marylaud. JlcSriMiu. The t'al must and sl.sdl o pre.ervsd." Jauo. Stout-, id srea, r.prr..nuu Jr.turniiy. Lsbor, .aips-lauca.tour.gi.lleii-'O. Juslu. Truth, cuailly, Viuili, tdui-sBon, Lou, K.Usioa. "W Uold thM trail-ltob .elf-svtSrirt: that all uu ear errand null ; Uist Uie f "dowsd Iiy thtlr t'rwtot Itli eMiani tiilinbl. nshui'thsl sruoiis IIikm ar. 111., Un.nv, snS U. urull of bspuUlMS. -Mclarluin of KiauMip.Uosi (Eaul.l aceoifpUsaad MAKVLAKP. .lll' A to.lMl.tiy lle.tKO :liTt. 'I Pill more. I.i lb ,it .t .il.olk' ''unlil -'.i'ni( tli' a il srise li d lli .iletll :w lliirr. rl .11 .frl. J St ll's. In i rn.l-'M .0 -li i lol.lirfn iser'.l te er rel ei ei. . el'.y nd r-ser bv thf ytmr' r ol' nisoo- ; tn ,lsr il,,' ns'...h,i. i ru st nt p o '.Ur tit-l line n w e'i ll e . t o, iitent o II.. tv .1 mi i. 'irii; in ..li .. -. tlie r.ti of e-viO, ni-ni h? r.' o. iiult t.'i. rint.tr ul . .uis'oi ci .01 Ciriijs i-. Sc... A. II. IN-4, hv phi it 'lt'iti'i. ,T,T i' A,o:fel I'..!., Af.U C ' Oil .M '! t. hi th, ft. VO'O. Ol U . ii-sel'l. p in.. Ili.it III I i.t .lie I. . iPIr Ij Irili. I . fie nsli'e I. .eti. Irui of In r tniin irul fnun.lr. il'id thnl s'ui re.ll.es tvt i r.nd 'd ' i. t eisi. lis I ipilu : . I .ns l.np n islil'h e is sin an rn'i ir, r o.i .lent ot 1' Pi tr isoir d lif e., wllliiei r, ir.iri! In '. rl, ' nr. or en lot's . IP'I to F'-rl.'lis Miirvlnul. "Our Sl.r.lotl flr.t li Kmr.ll. lr.Pl'h.Tlv.1 tv'ilfi'tl, ll'.t to une Hi 1,11 .ti nt y eu.nitirAll hr -l.e.. l.'.l to typiry a r-jrn.r it-d (S .in h. 11 ut! "t Pirr'y .ml t'aloii, n w and Airr iir, on. and lli.fli.r.bl. ' On the columns of the Arch are the following n lines In? M ham) .,luro i . i l,.ft-ind loluictu SUll ei iwo. I;?... Tl'tirv V-'ltili r li.i is, -P. f'4-ron, M t'.rrolfoil, II 1,. H ind, W iii. I'M'. K.Hiorl.tl Mstlhiff. '.s .rtuKl etisse, Airhih.iln St. riuitr, Oltn. Win Niti.lwi.i.1, . M Si.nt.Mi, I'd. J.Kdsar 'I Urn. It brrt O. Selirn.'rt, d'otu. le-rjn. Hurnee, I'.il Win 11. Hlrni'i , Mu.tlit'W Tivh aan, I'd. s. m. Hnwinin, f.in.uds .rorniten, K II. Ferl. O I. .iloretll, 'Win .'Clllllliy, w. K Sir.4inlin. Win Win. A. J. I 'r. .,', II. o. H-ioii -h. r (e( Wr.iP, II. II. .ol..o..r.....-h,alid II .!! llirssvr. I., v. A. w . Ilinli.eU. l. ithrr iUr lii,nj to. e'r.-ie 1H 177-!. 1 Ml II. I'AI 111. Tie intlfiil p.'i'ntine rrpri senone . 'llPtii l hittt fWe at M.rlo-l llrielils, tteiir Kit 'i moiel . SciOonl'i. r f, it -S . - iile MMiar-io uet.il llutinr a .uuvrHliiltor ilr.lrl . ""ri.Filtieatli.il Tortus the common mind ." tKvlio.. llous.o ' Ami a wiiinun ilirr -tiiiv .utile r'til.irrii tl, rcto. 'l is l releini ,, liiers ire'ii Merylii id, n i a tlio fr nt, fiK-lit ttipr for tho l'u ion. " ed rlisil It iiertilut It A srhiltftipr UA.V luaSeS Blill a lv l.k. s hit i ion ts oi'ttl ,iwl) . "- (Not. ' i I'liltire of .n Atenliia Sal.) '.,i;l t l,i r Mi CS : Jltll, Ltl.'.i, .1'ilOlllldreii. M,,l o " I 'uvii tr.rt. of nitt, H,nn"'i. and oMI.t -ti s di itiii.ii..') unt at Atiiryiaud o.il C iitslltiitioa to th. lr l. ,tli. ' (lief .re K-r W'saer, Month ''.irclt in.) "tli is' I lio.t r ellCe let le i .. (1.1,1 toliclt Ilio Sjisulil.j." l.tii.iie iji.ci n l'rn. i.ii-itd, .t.oiaary l.lsut, It. lr,ili.tiu Liiu'iiin. Pr r ll i.i . 'i" r oil lis lleirtous UrAtlt, In l- ei Lie i S icr tin lit. s'siii, Kl .Ml.in. t .it. ,i i t in y itrr.. , it , I ,. it - st,. net r.eiii l.v o r UnM-os, ifd m iKp Knuin'ip.i I,. ill a I-am Fixed I ir 'ir. Petlr.it' ot I., .coin mi I J -Otrtann. I'i. 't i' v e.ciii.l s:v-nt an I i' ntr ihiiu.l ; trie Istl-!' s.ili oil aid tv.i,!tn. Inui to it plajc ol s.t'ety. r.'l'r.ots nftli e.-.its lirnnt. ts'iiiri.lini, HuOpr, Mlur litrtl I'le't-s; I 'iiiniiio.l,.rs. I'e tor. Ilut-mt. Fsir.,',11; t sot nu VV, list,, w. Men B. M. h:.in'on, Hu i. Wiuliiu l. Iiel'e.i, Hon J-c it ll.e-ii.au, The portraits wiil he snif cn led at tho top and on both snlcii of the Iraii-p.iicnces. '1 his evetiiiig tlie whole uf tne building will be briihnr.tly illuiiiineted. Ab.iut twenty -live largo balloons,' with "Victory" and "Kninncipatiou" insciihed upon them, will be strung a roi-a the street. A bund of music, iv ill be in attendance, sH'i ehes will be m ule, salutes tired, and tbero will bo a general rejoicing. Ibis morning, six einiipnniesof the 41s' I'nit d Statis Colored Troops, under Colonel Warner, celebrated tho event by a gtand street piratic. They marched into the city, ami marched to tho hciid'iiiarti rs of the Superv.s try Cnuiinitlco on Che. nut street. Here they wire drawn up In line, the bund pliiyniit " Rally around the Flag." A large crowd g title red in front, and tho wil teat enihusiusm prevailed. After halting lor a short time, the procession moved on, aud passed over tLe following route: Down Chemut to Third, Third to Walnut, VVitlnut to Fourth, Fourth to Uimbard, Lombard to lit tee nth, fifteenth to Wainut, Walnut to F.iglitcetith, Eighteenth to t'hesnut, Chesnut to broad, at Druad to place of tiring salute, thence totiirurd avenue, Onard avenue to depot. Ail along Lombard and South streets flags were flying from the windows aud from the house-t tps. The colored people were gathered ii'iout in hirgj crowds, rejoicing over the groat event. Tue best of order prevailed. This evening appropriate ceremonies will take plate in ull the coh red churches, whi h niv lit expected to be crowded to ovcrllowing, witn bold blacks and whites. There will also be appropriate exercises in many of the white churches. At tho Cii ion Episcopal praver meeting, to b held to-day, at .11 o'clock, in S'. Matthew's Church, corner of highteen'h ainKlimrd avonuo, there will bo services with reiurcnce to tho rcclu mi.tion of Mary lend to freedom. lu addition to the attractions at thq h ill of the Supervisory Com mi tee, there will be a I .rge ill piaced on the top of the building. This after, root) ihe bell will toll forth iu honor ot tho event which liberates many thousands of bond nun. Nothing is moro absurd than thut tho Nonli wouid be overrun with free negroes iu a short tin e after emancipation was d' clmcd. W e were informed this morning Unit numerous persons in e preparing, now tint slavery H no d ished tin re, 10 remove from i'uiiii loliihi.t lo Maryland. In watching the prcparadoat at the beaiintiurterH, in Cnesnut street, wo bad un op portunity of conversing witn several promi i 'iit coh'icd citireus. In their oinuion, as fat as shivery is wined ont towards tho south vanl, tho colored people of the N irih will go to it. Ag tin, we heard of others who wore preparing to go to Maryland. The ouly objection on the part of ibe emigrants is that tho locality is not sufOclcn'.ly tar southward. If slavery were tiuly abo'.ishe,!, there would be few Africans to be seen hen ul nuts. A highly respcctablo colored man assured us that he knew haif-a-ooicu families who lied tram Virg.uia with their household goods nowno.irly two years agi, whose lurnituie still reniuined in Its boxes. Thvy had waitt d since, week by week, lor a chance to return. Lllio thousands of other colored pew.ile, they ask only for un opportunity to own their own bodies; and when they can do so in the South would rather be there Hum on any other portion of the universe. Mohf. OvTUAtiEs. Ai Mr. Thomas M. Colonial was passing along Dock street, below Second, about 9 o'clock last evening, ou bis return from a Vnlon banner-raising on Front street, below South, where ho bad delivered an address, he was attucked l oin behind by asneakiug assassin, who struck him a severe blow on the side of the head with a bi'ly or sluug-shnt. Mr. Coleman r.as severely injured, the scalp being lacerated to the extent of several inches. Last tvinitig, as the Soldiers' C'.rnpftlgn Chin w;is passing iu front of the Keystone Clut beai uuattcrs, ou Clicsnut street, on their return from astrrit paiado, a g mg of rowdies mule a rush and attempted to kill some of the Campaigners. Oltlccr Luiakre arroted one of t-ne assailauti, but the follow iv. is rescued. A mau ntruok the ctlher a terrildn blow over tho eye. It Is said ho was arrested uud locked up lor a hearing. As the same club was passing ulong in the Vicinity of Fourth and Chcsititt streets, a vouug man pres-cd preliy hnrd aff iiii.t Mr. F'. II. D -idle, a stock broker, who was .undine as a spectitOi on the enibstone In a moment he found that he had been relieved of his nitteli, a family relic, greatly prized. 1 hethnf look refuge in ihe ranlis of the Kiyiitoners, and escaped. As the Key -lone Club was mar 'h rg up Triad stiect last night, a fight ensued ' tho corner of Mouth street. Several pistols were tired, and an attempt was made to te ir out a ho'.tl. Ihe police ariestcd ibreeof the rioters, aud the rest wore driven off. Fine This morning between 8 and 8 o'clock a tiro occurred in the U'ranicrijti oitli e, next door to the office of TnE tvuNiNO Ti:i.uoiiArn. The flames oilgiuuted in the second story from a tpaik from the flue, In which there was un opon iug. A lot of pupcr was consumed, and tho buildlngmade a narrow esc ipo. The Humes wore extinguished without the uid cf the lire appa ratus. Aruival or nnoiKFNTs. Tbe Union Voluu tecr Ktfiohnient Saloon Is still buBy In its good work. Thiro passed through our city yes terday afternoon the lHth New York Regiment linrlv this morning the 8th Massachusetts arrived, and this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the I2d v. Ulan ne. All of these have been or will be rcfretbid ut the saloon. Titu Citv Qiota Fill. This morning the Mayer Usued viarr.ir.ts for tbo payment of the ciiy bounty to sixty-one men, of whom forty eight were credited to the First Ward, and thirteen to tho Mnetoenth Ward. Tho quota of the city under the last call Is full, and .the city bounty of 6 150 will now cease. Militahy Funk ka l.T he fuueral of Captain Charles M. Vouog, formerly of the 118th Kcgl nient l'cnusylvania Volunteers, who died at his residence In this city, on Saturday last, will take place to-morrow niornlug. The deceased enlisted In the service as a private. Bf.l't ulican Invinciules. The Club will co to Klkton, Maryland, to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, to participate in the eras Lincoln and Johnson denionstnuiou to bo held thera. The members will see to-morrow's papers for Mar shal's aiders. X'A&Aiia. The Cadets of Temperance are making extensive arrangements for a grand farad oa lUaaksirlu d skaI. roi.triCAi At the Hall f the Invlneiblcs, John Cessna and A.W.Benedict, Esn,.,dollvorcd adoresfcs last aight, to a large and enthusiastic andlentf. The II. ill of thi Union Irf-aTiie was crowded to bear Dr. C. I. M' irfs, and Hon. Lewis Darker, both of whom tl' live red able addresses. Hon. l'red'k ll.ifsnwn k delivered an eioeUctit and eloquent speech on "tho War of Civili.aiiou," lo a large ami discriminn'ive audience. lbh.p M. Mnipson rla'ivercd his oration on "Oar h at onal Conflict," In tbfl Acad my of Music, lo a full hoii'p. The addre-s was both eirt'oent and p.fr.o'ic. H"n. John I, Hawson, Congressinnn fro-n the Twenlv-fourth District, spoke lost night ut the Continental Th. aire. A II g for Lincoln and Johnnon was raised la t n id lit at Front and South streets. T. W.CoIcmiu, L'., Si oVe. A Fa is n Fun m. At the Central Sta lon yes terday aftci noon, a young man had a he irln; upon the charge of stealing asmall sum of money. It lestitied to that thedcfeudiintaccompatiied ti e prosecutor to a puhl.o hoti-o in Cherry strec, and that the latter, after having several glasses ot liiUor. at in a chair aud feel asleep. In the presi nice of s'rat gers in tho bar-room the defend ant trick the watch of tlic prosecutor, and rc maikcd that it would be all right, ns ho knew bun. Wbi o the prosecutor awoKo, ho discovered that his money us well ns his wutch was gone, and he attributed the loss of it tn hlsiico,:i tint Hiice and supposed friend. The hearing waa con tinued until today. Tup ALivsitot HK. The census of the Alms house on Saturday last was 2!) 1 7, an Increase of .'0 over the same period last year. Admitted wilhin Ilio pat two weeks, 1!W; births, 9; deaths, X2; discharged, ll:l; eloped, X); granted lot lugs, 49; r-rauted meals, 102; tokil males, 103.1; leu i airs, lil'.iS. Tua Unitko Rta ri'.a Hosi itai.s. During the pa t week there were admitted into the various ruiiilary hospitals iu this department 2IIIH sol il.eis, limking the total nutnOer of 11711. During the same time 4:i'j wete returned to duty. To rciTMASK CkoTutHO atLow rnic,make il io-mm ti,n fr.im ' nr slink of itt A to - maub lUrto-uis We ar. p.illns Kooda ritual In "vfs. A', ii'i.s.n.1 oiavi'tW, It "In '.'A I" ,'il' ' r trtlt. leir r llliill Is DnW elini'. 1 l.ir t ,e aire S'Oils in.Oc tn noler. N Il v. all hv,.i., -It., a-'d pliri'i til Itiotlnitit Men's. YottUl s, .114 IlOVS'. Alloanbo -ulloil wlU-.or.t iltilay nr trouble. IW-ss'i-i t A f'o., Towtr Hall, Ko, itli Mia A.l .;iet. The Fall or Kicumond! Ti.w jr.iii orm.irka' i lio Fall oi in. ltd! Tlie Fall of Hit' Your! The Foil of Cliilhllitf! Allttieie tall, are near their terniliiutteii.e'Mtst iii' n'lv KM your Fall t Inlhlntr to-tiay at Cliaxies Utel.o.dc no. s vne pilce, uiidei the Cniitiuioiliit. Cim.nBi:N'a Cr.oTiiiNO. An elegant assort icut at At. Hlioeui iker A t.'o.'s, Ko. IS N. Fi-bili atr.it. Tiik Cloak Shasox. Ladles will find that they ran purr ease ihe li.ttd.-oino.t a. an II a. i tin eUlnear rliaks ntsjrn ll.nry., Mo. as and So N. Mnlh aire. t. for ahotit whut thrv would pay for tho tnnte.-lul alone. M-a. Henry I. u.lilre. of hrrfhiialsea, and has ato ed a l.rue lot of inat.ri.l at niueh Ipsa thou presont prlc . I. ad ., who ri uuOe rloaks Hits wtnlsr will do w.iy Id ralllnit upon M' s. Henry. Her prttlrrn elnnka ar. tmpor rd In mlvatiee of the ...Q.t it. ain1 thu.o of her own mtika uro full c-ilutl to ltii'ni,u not better. Wornk, In Klghth street, h is a'l the beautiful tares anil embroideries suitable for Ilio ladtoa. lllvo hltu a call. H'kit ViitotviA Vr.Titoi.Ei M Lamiis. A few deslr.bletill triieta In Wed VlrxInU. liicludtni: tlirs'oleaa on HuriiltiK rlpriniia; n iit b ottwrvd iu tins maiaetiora lew day a. Abo, a ehotce property Ul Veuanso rotinty. Pa. Inquire ot Jons H. I.nvi:. No. Ill H. Frail street. ?Nbw Military and Naval Aouser Mi- then.AOo.hSi-enpell.il a new and i-oiiven'ettl otllc. .tl ho Sfts W. nut street, tor the onlleetl n of ci-suas, where nerirSios, p.Ue-uionty, and baca pay will b. pad lo cl I'ai.t.ts. They havi trrrat faetlthea torproennn- a apeeitv ad tist ni.n.i f-T trost: who pati-nnue theni, having tir.mcii mile ill I'ltl'liur'. 4. rand Kuplda. AlleSluiin. a id cirroiip.ind ei re with tint tTb'ctieil nilluea In ihol'iiiun Mr. Ma thews has been envaeed In ihe Wa-'ilueiiin depm tinnnls for yi ars prevluus. ant Bniitirior Indeeeineiits aru o'lered to tlrn.e havliig buaiui BB lu their Una. duo sditiruse uvnt. Tns "F'i.ohv.nce" not only combines all tho deattablr i.nalittea in a Suwiuk Machine, tint In ad till in to tlir.e ..veri uiaetiitio has ono id Jenea a patent heoimtra attaihi d, t-niibllnK Ihe oietalnr to t irn any ivi.lt S til uein ile-ire.l : i.a tn avibl the str.ihl on tlie at es, le-nt (in. fare, cieae npplli .itloii. nid tuCsnoiit rare, tu tnt or les i iisit.l ia oj rraltiti riewlnit SJaehin.-s, evety "I'I rej.ni" Is l',ii-u.!ied with "tlurrj'iuri Iself MittvT, ' whlell uiildea the wttrk lts,ir lle.Ult a Ihla. tbere is no other inileh.tiH wlrc'i eo ruter si. larfo a fan, of wnta. Ir does nc reijuire hu t It.li-Hd tit the tinner side Oian It dmia on tlio Itp.mr. .itnl us', .ire ll.il ot thrriid nrsilk with tho K iMteit iMin.mir. Withal tlieso a.lv.:itsiros, Its prteo I. no ine'ier than (liar of sin e sllicb niaelilnca. t-.voty "Kloieii. o'' lim chine, mrtunver, la enld with a vvarratcy, written, if reiiiiind, anil mi.vsa peileet N.ll.laeoitl Is ulien ilie nion. y I. relumed, ami c-ieh imietnn. I. kept In parfeet o iter one ' tr free ul e'.ar.ie. nuiiaem.' laiti oiie.'aliir are .i nt lo tu iinuies of purcb'isera, lo slvo lustiue'lons, n tier desired. V, eeo'.clule, therefore, tha' lathe pitre.hise of He-rlnir Mai'lnrt.a tho "I .,leliee" In.lriunel ", .eld ot No. M l t li. .i nt ilreel, h.. ihe nr.t e alia noou Hie aot'titlnu of att w ho wiaiiti al.iitay ir.sHl tusie aud aouud judsuaent ui uiakiii; thili .e.ectloiiH. Hum ArritovAi.. Mis. 8. A. AMen lately re crli td a letter froin a lad., siiilltu.' that, a' the .n rirestl in o' n'.ln mnt fi kenil. she ptire.l;a-eil abollinof Vrs.H.A. A lieu . W.iritl a Hair Ki-som. r ami .yliitiil-aiuuin. o H ilr liresslrir, aad at.rr naintr a fuw tipvi.. h r 11 dr. which waa qu.l. itrcy, waa rest.ir.d 10 na you'liliit oi.or. and n"vv h.iit wn. fe.teppe.ir n. No tadv'. mil t l.e.iin.i.eta wi;li oul the,. preparaLOD.. Kvery llruynl,! a.ils tuaui. 11 Y ltRFRitRNCK to the ad vit 1-cmont of the West Jers'-i Ualir-'ad, it will be .oen that two 'taitv lin.s run t and fn in I ajw M.y.vln :-jt'H M . din utj .'. 1'. M , -nd .t tl 1'. AI., due at 7'i6 1. At. lf..uroiDs iroai Cap. Jl ay ill A. M.aitd 1116 A. il. Tnosr. who desire a lino plctur.i should vMt P. F. Kelmer'. Oaliery, So. e-tl Arcs alreet. and aoloot I tror.i t.i pea, Varies do Yisito.vr 1U.-S1.. rhoe'sraphs hi Oil colors. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Ornca or Tn. Flvastto Tar aoasns, ( 'lu.-day, Nostlu'iW I. ( YcaterduT afternoon, after wn went to press. a strong r.dly set in in tho NewWork Stock Mar ket, and Erie rose from Wi, to 0:)J; Sllohignn Southern fiom"Oto73; Illinois Ceiiir il ubont 4 ' cent., and the whole list sympathized in tho ri-. Gold Btidtlonly jumped from 22.J t 'ii'i, under coilli ting accounts from tho front, and Kebcl stories of disaster to onr arms. In onr own market tho tendency was strongly npna ds. Ileadiujr rose from G'ii to 674 of,, , bujerilO tliys; and Schuylkill Navlg tion prc ferred uud common, and Ihe better class of Oil H neks, al-o advanced. There ia every Indication of an oM-fadiioned stork movement based, in this market, upon the hounlitulness of money and tho Incrcised earn ings of the coal-earrjiiig companies. Tuhllc orders couio lu ipiite ficuly now that tho rise h is set In, and the brokers hava commissions In abundance. If tho election p issos off imlctly wo shall have, undoubtedly, 011 0 of the strongest movements in stock that has been witnessed since Ibe war began. At the Fifth Avenue Biard last evening the murkot continued strong and tho Iron-actions were very lurgo. The sales ot Eric alono, yester day, mast have been over 20,0 k) shires. In Reading also, in the Now York markets, the operations are enormous, thousands of shares changing hands privately, nnd not noted npon tho public stock record. Everybody who has a few hundreds or thou sands of spare money is rushiug luto the stock market, and wc look for a revival of the scenes of last spring, v. hen Heading was put np to 82j and Erie to 120. There is no denying the fact that gambling is a human propensity. No dog twopt otrhis bono or gives his expected cutlet for a present crust, but tho tnmllest shaver will "knuckle down" at marbles, aud trade cake for candy. Ikforo Hoard tho market opens strong, both here and In New York. Erie is 1014 bid ; Head ing C74, cash, and 6, bnyer 30, with a very ram pant feeling. Oold Is quoted, at this mooting, from New York at 233, and the whole stock lint is op 8 to 3 per cent. The Stock M&rkot is excited this moraine, ia prices are hotter, owing to the advance In gold. Vnltcd States bonds ar firmly hold, with sale of 5-20 at lOlCMOli, coupons off, 8s of ISSl art quoted at 1061(1064, which is an advanc. sjUallroad shares are mora active, aad price have advanced, with sale of Reading at 68684, an advanc of 1; Northern Ceutral Railroad at ;i li M, an advanc of 2 ; Pennsylvania at 70 ; Korristown at 60; Lehigh Valley at SO, an ad vance of 2 ; North rennsylvanlaat 31 J(o'311 1 Cata wba common at 18jj, preferred at 40 ; and Phila delphia and Erie at 321, which la an advance; Ki wa bid for LRU. Schuylkill ; oi tut Ulk- 1 111 ; 50 fur Elmira preferred; and 48 for Long Island. In City Tassenger Railroad share lhr If little or nothing doing; but ihey are firmly battf. Coal Oil shares aro more active, and 'loe. ar) steady, with sales of McE heny at 6, wak Va an advance; Dalell at an advaae Of J; Egbert, 3 ; Perry, 4 ; Noble and DeUmater at and Oil Creek at fl?. Bank shares are very firm, bnt wa hear of rnlci. 170 was bid for North A jierka; 67 for Comiterrlal ; nnj fr Mechanics', which it aa ad vnnce ; 2 for Western, an advance ; 6.1 for City ( 38 for Consolidation; CO for Corn Exchange; and 4X4 for Union. f There is more activity to nolle in Canal share-, with sales f Schuylkill Navigation at 331, an advance of , prefenrd at i)(n. 0J, an advance f 4 i la-hlgh Navigation at 74 ; aud Delaware Dhfl slon at 30 ; 95 was bid for Morris Canal e jmmoB ( aud Id for Mustpn'hanna Canal. ' The Monty Market, as we have noticed for some time past, continues easy, and the demanet is limited. IOans on call ate freely offered at6(7 per rent, per annum ; prime paper is scarce, and qui ted at 8(3 10 per cent. Gold is moro a dive this morning, and price bare advanced 8(0; in per cent, since last evening, 0 ening nt 2,10, advanced and told at 21 ns at K'i o'clock, fell off and sold at ?3i at II, US a 12, rallied and sold at T17 at 12 P. M. PHII-APK.U'IIIA MTtX.-K CXC'HAMU HAXJM, KOT.I. eportsd by Clai kson A Cat., Broker., N.. IU fl. TMnt Btj BEFOKK BUAHIia. R t7 -h Itehem Mln.biO 7 . ISO ah do 7 '.en.b H.il.lc AlKd.... V' vis'.lt Cei bd Hi lon.hCurtla OH lllil do 1, sh I'hU. A Oil tt. k. i d rsilnh Keval'. Oil.... lit si.lt Kea ling a..... 7S rst. b do Rl., ,..i.-i nvn pi..D.T v . ai.tai an. ......... .rsa ion vv-t neater u.ft. tt 1 fei.tl do ho Is) list sh fern I'lant. r.. 7 I'.i sh I'ul'on foal ... S luOsliHiElbeuyOII.. S'. lot. ri do boO SS 4- 'H do S) to bd ll'.l-h I1.1 .h J0sa FIRST BOARD. if U. H. r 90s i 1 Ji.'sh N Central, .bit si SlltO dr. 10: . l'l.b ao M si"sh Fiil'nnCual.... k-, fl eC A i, T ...til) S.SO U (i6.m toil, SiOOv.im. AA SHU I'll (is 10 d. 101 I' ii h I'.nna Ra 7 ii-'m h Ilia Miami li1, 4tKl.lt do klo 70 l'S an llil t'reek o;4 4 sh Vorristown K. jin.n unizeii oil.... s'y Ml.... n' I t I el.... a nt a. M.h Beanlns B.... Ad l'.i.h do bid as W sen.h do bseesj 4 ab Monk ran.... 01 1 1 st, do i3 tl.l.hlMnh Val .. SO tl'O.ht atawla.a H-bb 1W KlOahCalaw iirar.,,, 40 lutuhfull. ACrle.... 31V SIO lh MF.Ihenv aSAl sb MvsJl Bank.... U ust.n ,-erry uu... C" sh Heine .V He! :slb Ksbert Oil., Itsish I't, lint... . l.'iat.Sch Sav pr.. to 1 I"isll dt "O',! HS'.li do I111. 1 It n Seh. N.eniti ... .Hi,' Ilsh LelilltNav.... 74 1 Ml nil I n l lllv c IS) jreisa N. Central .... SI.'.' Db IIavfw ft Bao., No. 20 8. Third street, atioto as follows ATwVf?. Oesf. American Oold am 220 American (silver, A'l and i't Dimes and Hair Dimes. fipanish Quarters Ptnn. Currencr.. 20? .. .. 210 I di. 1-6 din. cw York l-.xcbange 1-IV " par. M. SciitLTt & Co., No. It S. Third street, report the following quotations for foreign ex change, per steamer Scotia, from New York London, tn daT.'.Uiht. Hi.iAi: London. 8 daya, MokA 21.7 i I'arls, 1:11 data' .uhl. iif lo,".!. I.'S, ! I'arls. 9 da;, jr. (W.i'.'f. 10j Antwerp, AO dV .Hht. If. IJXI Bro il on. Gil dava' aljiht. ISJludilSi Haniburs. SO davs' tbrht. S rasto Co.O"ite, lip.lc, Berlin, nil Oays' aiaht, 17.4a) l;s; Aui.terilaui, MO Caya' .Ujhl, 'jSjJIIOO ; fraakion, SO daya' aisht.ltsi. Market llrra. Quotations of the pnaclpal Coal aad Coal OU stocks at 1 o'clock to-Uay . Aid At. I Bid Atk. Fulton coin s irriraiite on....... X 1 Kip Mountain Coal, s S 1 Franklin oil V I. . r.A MM. CiI..H Ilia- Hew. MOT 0)U,. 1 1' Cre.nMt.Coal.... 6 N. C.rbondal. ?V Now C-rterl 1 Ff.'d.r liam Coal. 1 Clinton Coal 1 Hitler Coal It Iitainond Coal i0 rlwatara Aineriean Kaolin. .. I'eunM litres. '.'I Coiinertluui ....... .. SvesHloi.e Zinc... 'J'4 ) n.l.'.orCU 1 I His Tank a 6S. Irrins Oil 7 I F.oe Farm OU.... IViliuismor... a 1 )', I.i.elloil h 1'. UcaUhMV t 14 K..il. OU IX 3 lOtm.teud. ... tueiK 111 att,A Offtajnalaw. a Hiboard IV It suaj Farm HM S Hruner ..' i Fetroleam UatHr. SU I'i Fa.bert 8'? al-iS lime l.laod g I AiieKheuv Hlser., 1 !tv; thirtin (eX as, aw 1? is 7 4 4 1 t nnliiieutal Farrell 9 Oil Creek II la, ue Sliaile DiL.Vn',' tel.'iintfaik tli).... f'i l'pnn.lvalt:a l'l.. 1 Pet ry Oil 4 llienal OU 1'. Kev.lore Oil '.".' vnaio o ll I'tiloe I etmivura.. '.'V lleacon nil........ f.' Heiirna Oil S V I'htla AOII Uteea. 1'a 111 llnliCre.lt. IK ill. ,1'Oriasnia.... 8 c.rn Flaate- 4l Hrutaa Keek oil.... o-'a i 1 S. Trr Farm l ohe , ?tf Nell. Oil Co j Upper tcouomy. 8 I The following nro the recelpfs of Flonr and Grain at this port to-day : Flour, 1200 bbls.; V beat, d'JOU bushels; Corn, 2103 bushels; Oats. 3o(MI Im-hcls. The Bunk return this afternoon is partially liiihi r on Lo ins and Deposits, aud steady oa the bpi cie avcr.tgc. The exports of specie from this part have biem Klttee Jan. 1, lsA4.tS7.nriA.fiS Ram rime Inlasy tttJM.m Fame time lo l :l. .'ls.l i7.A J Katne t a e In Wtt. an d.34 Kiiine time In lsiij. 4li..VO.ics Batiw time In loot. SOJOA 're hauietuite Hi l-iil. :l.i 4 H-'.'J Ham. uiue ia l-'l . J.jfcJ.14 Fuln. linio la IMSl. 41.4-4.719 Hatno tltn-in ls-s). 3Ai,lsHs,7ifa Hi. ma tin e in l'-"l. S .Iss.lliO Mame llm.la toil, inHQWi Hum Hut. In IS08. 8.1 1 d,''.0 Tho weekly averages of the old Rank of the city of New York, on Saturdiy, Ooto'wsr 29, 1HH4, present, in the aggregate, the following changes from tho previous exhibit of Octo ber 22 : Increase in Loans, 742 687 Increase iu t-iieele 07,947 Decrease in Circulation 71.4H9 1m r. use in TJcdniwn De touts 1.0rS,a08 Including the Clearing House operations of th week, which show the inter-exchange Between the Hanks, including also the Huo-Treasury Bal ance at the clo eol the week. Tho following is the general comparison with the previous exhibit, and also with tho movement this time last sea son : Oei ni.isjt. 031. 711, )SB4 Ati'l.lKS.tK-J Oet.M.rAM. anr.7 7.S5 ISO. 7. 7-4 UMlHIJss) 3,SI,I1S 4f,,tK,i.M li.'.,!! Sill 1MJ KIH.KS4 dCU17AU Capital L0MI1& fipesi. Ctri-ttlatK n crn.t in h ana.. kselausen...... t 11. trail 11 InBiili-Tri a.nry .,81-N 4nl nun .. Ai: l.i',118 . Ss.Ul.U.'l . .7i,.'.M . 84i .irt- .SIS ;.'l.sisS.. in) . KI.l7s.VM . SS,4Ho,7ial ls, .'I 'l !ll,07-,:si7 nvn - 0 '.4A S407 J. .:. 8 Iii ss i an 8U,4c.78d fllll.AIal.l.flllA ill IDE KEPORT. Ti 1 shay, November 1 . B irk Quercitron Burk continues scarce. A sale of 15 hhds. it r jiorti d at f do (I ' ton. Cutton Is dull, aud pi ices aro entirely nominal at at out l'-d. Flour The m irkot for Flour ia ra'.ker quiet the extreuielv lllit receipts and stock having a tendency to cause a llrua feeling, and some bold ri a arc It, disposed to operate at present prices. The demand for export is moderate and the only s..li to report Is ult nit I.1O1) imls. at 8l0 7 ieiU for fxti'.i ; .sjl Hp 12 for extra family, and VW'-'M (tt 12 oil lor tancy hranils. Small sales lor the supply 01 the homo trade are making within th lunge of tlie-e ligurea. Nuiall sales ol Hye Flour nro reported nt 'J;.t U'2 ). Cum Meal coutiuaes quiet mid nominul. There hi a tlitu feeling In tho market for Wh'it, and prices bavo an upward mndoney. Th stock are reduced to a compara'lvely low figure, and sales of lilOO buh. Pennsylvania red at U 60, nnd 1IHS3 bush, iiinliei nt fri-M ; white is quiet; no sules have been reported. Ryo Is in steady re quest at SI '20, with sides of 200 bnsh. There It very little Corn here ; about 1000 bush, yeliow sold at fc'l'bUi aud 300 bush, white at Sfl-70. There is a steady demand for Oats at 88c. Barley and Mult are without essential change. Whisky sells slowly at 1'78 for rennsylvania and Ohio. LATEST MIHISC lNTELUGECEt CI.EAHKO this MOBirnra. Btaai:hlp .'. (lib.on Bowin, Ji.w York,. W. J. TaylorAiCa liutntie L. Wriakl, Jr.,Lluvioa, 6tjuil.wtrai,l'.friut IirtK ti."w. Barter, flllolirlst, Beaufbrt, D. i. Stetson A Co. Hi Ik A'loS Lea, Hariris, New Oiian. V. 8. Qnarleruiaate bUir W eitoi or, iticker.aa, Botiou, Si obi., Caldwell si do. ARRrvitn thih tfonimsa. Bartiu. Carlivu.Trasarliii.U daya riouMataazM.wlth . SUfrar, Ac, to A. Hnuiler A Oo. Hri Albert, Dow, 18 days lroui r.ntaoola, with lumbat to K A tlouder A Co ttel.r K. II. 1'al.y, Sandars, 4 days horn New Londoa, In ball..! to captain. Bebr l.aae uli.crwu, t days from Boston, wtth moil totYowalltCollma. - ttr.hr E.J.Uerrity. slarediUi, ( days frota LaaaavUU. with atone to captain. 8chr Two sVuihora. Waat, 1 day from India Klver.wttk grata to J lull llairalV. Cerreiaotidenc of 0t4 PhiUulepKU Exthmnal Ijiwi.. lsai., Ootuber so. Tb. barqu. Joha lfarh". rrotn Vldiadelplita fur t.i uambaoo. aud bds H.r t- muiadelidiia tor UuaiiUiiamn want u, .-a se-da. Ua baruor bur. id vms.1. WtaJ W. . soara.ove aaju'S im"--- IMPORTATIOK - J J tip for The Mvenm, r.lr- M ttt ai.TAliiaa-Barsiu. CaiKu. Trw' Siisar'r Waltaoa A aonat aoa.si J""'w,, loal.a- luo baa.hM loao"i " i .( aiotfitss. W , II 1 ! 1 1 ' r ' P 't r,, . It 1 f : 1 i 1 t .