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,4aua the eyeotng' t: Li HilCE T11IIEE CNTS IIllLADlLrillA, SATUUMY, NOVFMMiU 'JtJ, bGl. riUCE TIDIEE CENTS. TlilllD EDITION LAKY. fROM WASHINGTON, Rebel Ofliccrs of the "Florida" Returned to "Wachusett." & THEY ARE TO BE GENT WITH THEIR PRIVATEER TO A BRAZILIAN FORT. I'lc, ttr., f:ir., f-.fr., f.U:, r.tc. BpsM'lnl (o I lip r.vrnlnic TolPurnpli. Wahi!N(ithn, November 21. The eleven ulli ccrs cf tli o j.ir.i to 1'loiitlu, taken from the 011 Ci.pitol 1'ihon scvcrulMays slnco nnil sent to Ikm ral lJ.iir.c, ut 1'oint Lookout, have ben tor warded by tlmt olliccr to Rear-Admiral I). 1). rtrlc r, commanding tlic North Atlantic Bio. k drig Ssiiadror, who ha directed that they lie tisriied over to Captain Collins, of the il'arhuit't, which tccl is now lying in Hampton Roads. This transfer ii thought to indicate that the 1'lvridn, with her olliccn and crew, is to lie ro tntned by our Government to Brazilian juri.s diction. The mail Mcntnir i";i-J, from Ciy rolnt, liringB np one hundred and sixty-live Konel d -serers from North Carolina, Georgia, and Ala bama regiment. The liopital steamer I 'unnmlicu', from City Toint, reports nil qui. t and with little pi. k -t firing going on. There is great anxiety in the army to hear from Sherman. The Cutmntu ut brought up three hundred and three disabled nun, mostly nick with fever. Thia morning the renow ned Calilornia hunter, Beth Kinsman, presented President Lincoln with a chair constructed of antlers of ttio elk. THE WAR IN TENNESSEE. General Eurbridgo at Cumber land Gap. ADVANCE OF GENERAL IIOOD. THE STRENGTH OF HIS ARMY. til Awwui o vuii irjix i i.t LlLtU AT COLUMBIA. A Ilalllo XCAio-t'I Thoi- Lorisvii.i.i:, November 25. About thirty of Jessie's men wero a'. Sliclbyvllle l ist night, rob bing stores, &c. Jessie was nt Eminence at the hbo time, plundering the people. Federal forces were sent out from Frankfort to-day to look for him. General llurbridgc, with his command, has arrived at Cumberland Gap. An accidental lireoccuired at the state IYni ttmiary, Frankfort, last night, whieh destroyed the chair factory, blacksmith and cooper shops Lois $.'0,Oul. nuiiinra prevail here which, if verified, would be contraband that Hood's army was marching on WtducsdaylaKrtinst Fulaski. His foreo isa.i: 1 to coubi-t of JO.olO men, one-third cavalry aud ten butteries of artillery, including reinforcements from l'orrc-t and liick Taylor. Hood will either tigLt at Coliiini.ia, or leaving Cobnnbii to the Ii!'', inarih Into Kast Tennes-f a and join Ilrck iwiilgr. It is possible a battle will be fought at Columbia to-day. A ltebel Colonol was killed in a skirmish yester day. A detachment of onr cavalry were driven in withiu threo miles of Columbia, when the Jltbels were repulsed by our infantry. On Wednesday our forces withdrew fro;u IVaski, andj are supposed to bo concentrated at Columbia. No damage to Pulaski for the pre- t nt. sirriTioN in the Morriiwiwr. Bfciul Vui'itt-' lo 7V EtciUg 7W .jrap. W.ssmxoioy, Nov. 2-'i AlthoiiL-h not'iint.' bus been received fijiu Sherman which places his ultimate success beyond doubt, still ihe news of )Ostird:iy and to-iliy, through Sotiihern iource--, lt.di. jtcd that up to Monday las nothing had occurred to interrupt his progress. On tli ; contrary, having .Macon on his rilit Hank guarded by Cobb's "ir.'i in buckram," l.ep ia'icd loiwaid, and as on Monday v;tuiu cUfiioir. mlh s of Milhdgcvillc, the cipiul of (jcirjia, whi'e his ci-a'r iv. rc in bis .dv.. ice tear ) -l.t the rii road bet vceii Augusta an I At'aati, and lso that between Savann ili nn 1 M ! m. ltelieN ackc-iwleJ-te that tins far Shor.it!! -t is fxund plenty 01 suiplii i'i.us' his riu:e, and ;Ua: lie utgroes ai r ipi-IIy ati.iclii.pg thcuiselves : his army as pi-incurs. Thus it re. alls 'L it tliu slaves, tth nr. Jell' lUvis w jtm! m ,k .' ti,h' t'io batiks of tliu S.uth.uro givinu' to oar lovaling nrn.y every .is e i:i their po. r, bo.piii! to char and c i- r...id, lirinin. su,.p-s to our troops, and acting as j,ui les, bediles itiung to our corps iYinnan.'i rs a i-re it deal of valtialdo In formation, h i- evidently the d.'-iiitii of tine ltebel le.:ilei'-' t-i .1.1 tn Sh.rni in to fui-licr pene trate th,o Sta'c b ioic i hoy opp '-c his adv. nice by any ml itaiy force hi. h they may bo able to father at Align-' Aud fc.naui.an. Asyit.h nv eir, ftl.ii'iinai l.a met u.th no opposition be joml the eiif i s i f the co ir.iry tin'oUftli which lie has passed, ami the m..Udic;ionsof the Ulvbiiioad editors. 'i lie people ui Georgia have been thrown into tin n a siKie of fear by this grand detuoiisti.itioii that ihey are perfectly paralyzed, and havo ex cited the Commiseration of Deaaregaril, Mho is t.ow on Lis way to that Suite. A uccU ago, Fri day, be left Hood's army, which was ut Tu.-cmib-liu, Ala., jicpaiiug for a march into Middle Tn.ce.'lic. I'pon the smne day he res .bed I'oilntb, In the iiorthncitcru coiaer of Min.-,is-h'ppl, hi.d issued an uppeal to li:o people of Gti rj.'ia, in wh'eh he proiuirtd toon to be with thiin, ami drive the Invader from their soil. As o n, however, as Htnuivgurd left Hood, the Ut tir started on bis invasion of Tiunessee. He is now reported nt .Vayue.-bwo, aluiit ' tuci ty miles urrth cf the Tennessee l.'uu aud Mvtut.v southwest of Nashville. Thomas, how ever, Is upon his right flunk, mid will doubtless no ve in good teason cu hie rear. Hood's forces do nrt utiniber overthiity-five thousand inouiiud loily j'ivecs of urtiUcry, while Thomas fully cipiuls him in s:.eugth, without reference toother forces which ie have in the titulc. Thus the cumpaiusbf fie armies of the Southwest huvc lully Ixgun.und the lime cannot long he delayed before w e hear of victories of treat importiiace to our cause. Mt-lxurv f a 1. Foiiilami, Wuinc, November 26. The steam revenue cutti r iluhoning seized a vessel yesterday under suspicious citcumstances, iu Johns' Day, utar l'iinui,uid. The,vessel had cleared from Montreal for New Yetk. xhecwa referred lo Viuhirgton. ARMY OF POTOMAC. DESERTIONS FRO!,! TI'.S REBEL FORCES. Waiiim....n, Nuveinber Ini'ormaton fr'ni the Arn, y c i' the p o n.ie i. to thccrV. i IhstTliau -e:;nJ .lay A,n tjij i fc-tii c o s A sion anion? the oloiei s. ' ' fvnee tli new;, i f rre.-idcnt I ! oln's re-election l as been circiila cd In the U bcl army, the de-cttions to our Imos h ive in. i . -ed largely. Ii is said by fie den'iters tb' tlic iiuiiib'r of S' Id cr ktion to be wntehinp for fiv.,rji,.e f'PI ortuni' ies lo escipe to our ore-- s as: ini--lirt-l and the demoi.iliu'li n is n m uer.il th it the i il'.ecrs fear to tiu-t any o;' tlieir trjops on piket. Thsy laiM' lost iniidrnce, it i stated, even in the Soit'h Carolina and Virgiui.t tr.xips. l'.-limirril I'rlsoiirrH nt A IIIIXloll. IiAf.TiMonr, Novetnlier (;. '1'hi Antnuin't L correspondent of the w -ruiui, writing on Frl- u.i.i c.mimiii, nn; two Ol Hie Hist VBSSClS C0I11- ix-sing Cohmel Mnlfonl's llect of transports arrived here to-day with paroled men fr an Sa vannah. The steamers were the i'i,i , 'Jap'nin (Jrav, nnd lllurkthwe, Captain Deny, the former having on board MO living fkelctons and eight dead bodies. Nine others weio buried on the p isstge. Such was the wretched state of it e povrmen, that onr snrgoons were themselves appalled a. the awful si-ht. Not a single man of the whole Htinioer btit had to be sent to ti e nojpitais, nia.iy to line them only lor tl.e giavcy The '-10 on the IHiu h t;tr ner dition, and made the welkin riiu on the free shores of M iryl inil. i-d. iu better eon is they landed Surgeons Va i- dcrkicf and I'arker, and their a tants, ejrlneed , -( - the dcepe-t interest i'l ihe pour lciioiv s, and are iioiiigaii in tiie;r power lo m t .; itc their uf. feiins. SlraiKlin ni a ;iiiiioii(. BAiriMoitE, November '!'. K despatch fr.Hn Fortress Monroe says that the . i ner John Fur.' ran has arrived thcro from N-wbern, North Carolina, and reports the rn 'ej -tatos double endcr eteam-hip Tw ,n, a-hr' ill' Viae lla: tcra. 'In- III 4 inrlnli I t :si iwin, November ; clieniieai store of Jo!m K'-r- hr. v, sixth .Hid V.i Inut streets, w.i- .: yesterday. he drin: and t';e corner of ii jyeil by lire Th- Monlicomrr) oiinl v Solier' Voir, NuiiMNTOw.v, November J;. The following Is the oiheial returns of the so liers' vote for Mi nt.-( mery cu'intyr: Lincoln, '.'is, McClellan, 17. Lincoln's majority, ltto. Mnrk-I by Tftiuriih. Nkw Yohk. Novcmlier J'l. isro.ks are better; 'hlrai-,p mil KmI lulmii. hO'i . uu.ii.TUnd pr. ie-ie.l, ; lllol.'is rnlral l'.':i',": MirM.-.n B.iu'bern, Nf'V.ikiiml,tl!e4, '(aJu.. i , lluu ,n Kiv.t, 'IU Jls1,: vur I'.'divs; lm-voar i emit. ate'. us: irB.i-.ui j ; i I0i,u,i , .'j-ia,,t)s'J ; ,'.'-.si., ('.'puiii. la-,1, , t.viij 0n ft., Ir.o,. Ni w Yohk, November 'Jtl.l Ion rh.is advanced is- i..ii ol 111 jCO iml. ai 1 I i ei f,,r s-ali; ill In '.it itirlililn: Sle;,.v,n,, (r ,,uitn. -.Viic' .u an. f,l lie Jl ilHii oi I.I .'. II I ,t i-.,..,i I ft,,. 4 r M.oi,. imin Ilvclllriu . fork t.n-y ut $.;; .ij.'... for ls. l.oil itnll. W hekj linn. l fl 7.1. , A DIABOLICAL PLOT. Organized Conspiracy to Earn Now York C.ty. THE ATTELIFT mUSTxlATED St, NicLola., St. Jamei, Metropolitan, Eeliiiont, Tammany. Lovejoy, Erccdretii and Lafo-ge Ho tels, and Earnum's Museum on Fire. PANIC AT THE THEATRES. A Reifri of Terror Nearly Inaugurated in tbe Metroj'o'ig. AIUM'ST OP SlsriXIt'Ii PIUTIES. A Former Denizen of Fort Lafayotto ImpV.'Mtod. A WOMAN IN TiiE CASE. I he re vs embrace I in tn" oiiiDd i'0j.,,:-t, ; 'I'-, win t' utl'i.g tuat we i. iv nerh ips, ever ' e;i called Upon to rev ir 1. '. a ri.uularly o.-griie 1 nt cni.i t last ni in m ule, and uiily by i greaiest energy was ren Jcriu No Ijss than ten or a iVi en of vll bo seen t'.a '..a the city W4i e exercise of too 'vholly abortive. : i ! leiJin hot- Is Ired r-otwien the ! Ucsc ic's an iot- :'"rty w is pn in and other large buildmi-i we ' honro oi 'J an 1 U o'el k, lod i in-ihc amcuntof bit- and .; jejp.iruy. l ortnn i :'y fi i re . wei J uot siiui.l Uueous, ;nd utt.r ti.'i Ji - ... . . of three or four attempts hud h-cii n,a I.-, r . en. tbo fe irful plot into exeeutioi , the. itched , ( ;Le. obtiiiued suf ficient ! row h o: i of t! e H:l ... ., lead to the con clusion that a who. : : coir (.raMou was im ai lieiit, ..lid nc or ii.i dy etj.i i .gilaoee will ex er ed by the police and l ire 1) . irimenl, and th : I. ne lin s wire eMiiicu slMil a! no1, immedi uely upon their breaking oat. I be tory of the atro cious conspiracy io.m spread ..oout the city, and II. o greatest aliiim was felt among the people, l he leport reached the Acadcmr of Music during Ihe third aa el the new opera, and ciused exci'c r ent, but was hardlv credited. At abuut e ev.ni o'eh ek the hlaim seemed general in the lower pert of the city, and the citlens searched th.ir pn rniscs carefully. Tl ere were two theories as to the meaning of th. ph.t lor such it undoubtedly was. Due wns ti i t the incendiaries were also t hie vi s, who hoped to piimler and plii.ige during the excitement that wtuid ciitainly have followed the success of tl.eir illortsi the cthcrwiis that a liobel organlzi ti. n had concocted and entered upon the execu tion of the outnige. 'J hi discovery of u ivomm I rm Lultimorc, whose movemeiiis were suspi i oi - (us will be seeu from the r. port of heruriest l eiowi.seeiuid to give a clue to the invstery, and levoieil Ihe tlnorv last mentioned. I u every case the fires were proved to be the woikoi iuceudiuiics, aud the similarity of the work in all Ihe instances left no doubt that ono Lend controlled the business, lluj the conspi iik y, or whatever we inuy call it, succeeded t the extent evidently intended, half the city at Itu-t inifcht Lave been iu ruins this morning. Never in the history of the country was there foalu' iuii'gau uiiiiir developed In any commu nity, and our citizens cannot congratulate tliein nilvcs too much on their providential escape from a seeue of horrors actuallv sickening to imagine. Tlie Uutrla Fired. tui sr. ikui.u. The first fire was discovered at 8 o'clock and 4.1 n.iuutes, at the tit. James Hotel, corner of llroauway and Twenty-six thsti ecu, but resulted in but slipat dumage. It originated in one of the l ad rooms, and the strong smell of phosphorus that pervaded Ihe apartment, and tbe proxim it.v of matches to the bed-clothes, disclosed the fact that the lire was the work of an incendiary-. The pnrMi were con-i.ler.ihlr nlirmed, nnd sun ih-mr like a panic was imniinen it iir-. b .t as icon as tic real extciii ol uio u.i". 'ire was asc -v linied.Mdcr was le-t .nd, and the ual .jU.c'. re'iiincd. It is tatc. by the proprietors that a man, re ) iTrii tin iiini e as J iha Seh in', M I , in k a renin at this houe about ...J o'clock, and thai t' e . moke as oincoi er al is-uin ; I'ro.n his ns m by t' e oi nprtn. next door. Vp n t'te I'oor be ng broken op. n, the room wi. found cnjtv.thti oeeiipii t h ivimr itoi c. leaving a b o-'i -a mi vi'h a l oille . f phoipi.cMos ii.-nm I. inc. si'. -;. inn s. At live nilniiics of nine the St. Ni. ho' i II i' 1 wns die. v. r.d on tire in rooms I 1 i1', ,md I to, siiualeil in Hie lui.ldic I. milling of Uio t .r e on the npp.r floor. About the same tin' the bn Ue ,.ni in Ik dro on 17 t, iu the ironl lini liiii: of the hole'. Li liotli p in - s the strim s ncl o i pbo- h ins an I nn at on inn -c i f iu- hes in the ; I'd l"ih. s. aigidi, ,1 the to ha . ti. i n .he 1 wo-k of an in- inili. rv. The r. i ms were turned romplr". !v nut, but the tiie lUp .ituiei t f Hi hot. I, iu I. r mm..' in- t nil. m e i r the proprietor, Mr. II iw as, s i, (eo led in eoiilinin: tin tiie to then, ap'rrments. 1 1 til n not bveii tor the admirabv arra'Htenirnts fo t iking i arc ol liiesatt'is h u c, it would have be. n cntiu Iv burned U .wn. I he d.i'ii u:e il m) h principally by water, and 111 proliab.v 'inioii it to about three thousand dollars. (' .vcre I uv in-nrai c. HI1V W. rnoii s, e ever. i lie biisme-s ot be iuterroi t-'.l, b ou-e will n . Ihe in r 1 r -, ! i . in o ' , not bavin ' been d.iina - d i-iv w i nr. i ,m Aiior. At twenty ininii'. 8 pas Oo'.i.m'u 'he f. lions.- was dis ..v. rc 1 to be on tire iu one . ir.-e 'ii lieil i. uii.s on the upper tl ir the be I b "tig, as in the other places, saturated with phosphorus, and mulches I v inc ii'miit in all directijus. i n.) damage was slight, but, naturally anourli, the guests nere ihrown into a piiuic, bcli-ving th it ihe whole structure won'd be fired. Tlic II i-ii-s were soon ex'lngulhcd, the damage amounting to ut out fno. The room in which the li e was di-coveied w .s taken l y a Mf. .1. II. Ki.'yird on, ot i' linden, New J. i oy, win was ouloft .e room at the lime ot the lire. ' Mil llol'OI.I r.is no ri 1 . At about 10 o'clock a lire w.u di-c n rir. I in a front n nn iu the upper lloor of Hi' M-'ripii tan Hotel, but it was speedily cxi'ugnishe 1 be the servants of the house. An al irui ,vas given, but U-loru the tircmen arrived at the bind tie danger had been passed. The daiii i ;e here is C-tin.att d at one thousand live bundled dollars One room only was injured. Intliismi u were found an eiup'y bottle, which hid contained phosphorus, a pair of he ivy boots, and a vili-e. I'liesc articles, and the 1) ittle, were 'i'.ii p ses. sion of by Firc-M irshal U r.er. Ii tho valis,. were found a p ilroljiella gaiters. The h .'tie. was ot a description similar to that found at the other hotels. . , TIHM A'STlI. 1 "I 1 1 t,rto Almost simultuneoiidv with the iL--ov.'r.t of the Uio at the Hciinou' Hotel, the he 1 and bed-, ding, with furniture, of a room on the third ll ior, trout, wi re found to l.e in ibrncs. Di'ing ihe Rit"inoon a man, who regiier.'. h!ins.-if as " r F. Morse, of lioche-t. r," arrived a' the h o'el, iu I ei. edged Ihe room in whieh rhe ri r j w is d s. o vered. He was not sc. n during the evening, and bus not been -een since tho oee.,rren.-e. ef t ic Ibc. 1 he d mag. is not very great, a id w .s c nuined to the luriiitiire and beiloiiig of t lie room. T , handwriting ol the man referred to rese nbles. somewhat, that of the person who cug i-si the room hied at the St. Nicholas Hotel. HKI.MoST IIOII'.L. The li'C here was discovered in a b d-ro an on the thud lloor, wliich had be. n engaged cy a man tegi-tcrn g himself as "lcitcri nit Lewis, I'. S. A." S.i oke b. lug cen lo issue from this ru. m, u strong odoroi .ho-phoriis being at the tame I nie pen cpt ble, the door was immed a c y bursi o; en, ami in a veiy few seconds the fl lines wi ro completely cx ingiiishrd. The bed in this room had the sppcar.inee of having been oc u p td. The man "Lewis" has not been seen sin. o the dl-covi rv of tlic tire. At this place six bottles of i ho phoiiis were fonnd in aearpet-bag. LOVKJOV'S IIOIII.. Two attempts were made to bum this hotel. The first occurred a little beioro half-past It) o'clock, at which time a lire was discovered in a bed room on ihe fourth lloor of the nortlie 1st wing of ihe hotel. The bed-clothes and mattresses were pi ed in ihe centre of the door, and were en velop, d iu (lain s w hen f.iiiud. T::o lire was ex-tingui-hcd without ilainage to o hor portions of tu.' bu 1 ling. The seiond attempt was made at ah u' 12 o'clock, i.n. I the alarm w is given sim iltancouslv wi li tin of the tires at th t lletiiiout Ii uci an 1 t li.ii.niai y. This time the incendi iry u id p.;r l'orued Inswoik in the southeast wing of tho bui ding, on the fourth lloor. Attention was ox tiled b tt sun II of smoke, and a search developed the fact that in ihe room referred to a c irp.-t- ag hail 1 em placed insi lo the bed. within w iici e rpet bag was a hmtlcof phosphorus. H ire, al-o, the tiro w.is ex'ingnished itll nit gn iter loss than that of the furniture and bedding of the rutin. BAHNI'M'tl Mt Sltl M. Last night, about 0 o'clock, soaic person or p. r-ons unknown proceeded to tin ilfth story of tho .Museum, iu the rear of tho gillery of the lecture-room, and threw down upon thu lloor, na ir a staircase, a bottle of phosphorus, which ignited and set lire to the wooduu-work iu the neighborhood. The cry of tire was almost tmuid di.iw ly raised, and uu ihtense ex iteuient w is at once created throughout the building. In the lecture room, particularly, the feeling amounted to panic. A large number of tho audience rose to their feet In great alarm, and rushed to the various pin sot' exit In wild confusion. Many terror stifck' n p.-rsons tlhl down ttte iron pill irs sup porting tbe galleries, to tho pari lore, ndd.ng, of conrse. by ihtdr frenzied performances, fc're itly to the excitement of the scene. 1-ortiinately, the lire was alitor immediately fxtingul-bed by the oillccrs of the building, no serious dumage having been done; and b the disp ay of nec. s-ary coolness ou the part of seve ral nib rs and gentlemen coune'ted with the Museum, and by a lew eif p is-o-s'id persons in the audience, the p ihic was .pii kly sunpres-ed. So fir as we can learn, uo one was scr.dsly In jured in the rush. There cannot be Ihe slightest .1 oiibt that the riitliau hose diabolical attempt to set trc to a biiiliiing l.iiily crauiuied with peonle wi, on! frusirau d by extraordinary g.sni foriiiw, is on : if the gang ol cou-uini'ors wb oojrattfd ei-ewuere al, n 1st smi'ilt inou-ly. It in dies one s iii lder . i r nitrini hi'e what might have been the refill: of tins nii.boli at in t. 11. id uot the excitement be-n so prvmaVy iuellf.l, or had tho lire gaine 1 a grc n. r h,. wily before its disc .very, the result iiMvitahiy would h ive been most apniding. l'lie le turn room was crowded at the tune, uu I hu ulicds of p-osoiis might have lost their lives. Thn bottle which ciutiiiicd t.'i.i phosp euus, lino w l.lch is like those employed by ta i in eu diniies elsewhere, ivas recovered, uutii'o in, lid is in the banns of tlic File Marshal. 1'KOM WASHITSfJTON. .S'i ,i u Tl.t I.'f ntiij T.h.jmih. AVasimnoton, November 2il.(i orge 1). I'ren ticc, of the I.oiii.villc Journn h is pr ieurtd a pass for lllchmond, frotn President Lincoln, and starts for the ltebel capital this evening. The object of his visit is to intercede with J.-tT Davis for pardon of his son, who is iu Ho id's iiriny, nnd under sentence of death for murder. Young I'rentiec ullcges that he acted in self defense, and was shot at tw ice before he defended hinoeif by killing bis assailant. : His father thinks that ho can procure his par don by interceding with Jelf Davis. After his lnih-sii.n ut liiclimoud is ended, Mr. I'reuticc will go to Hood's army to see his sou. The riesuient, la granting this pass, has hca;ed coals of lire on Prentice's head, us i.o man more virulently attacked him during the rt-ccut cam (algntlian did Mc. I'reuticc. FEOM BALTT1I0RE TO-DAY. Ai i .'flf Vctinjtch lo 7'Art Hctnint Mvrai A. JlAM'iMoin;, November 20. Mrs. Sarah Hut chios left here last night, under the escort of Captain Weiglats, Trovost. Marshal, for Fitehburg l'rison, Massachusetts, tho place designated for her imprisonment. No Immediate efforts are likely to be mado for her j'ardon. Her ca.e ex cites deep Interest. A thief entered General Wallace's room at the Kutaw House last night, and robbed it ef twenty dollars. He went out after tbe robbery, anJ locked the General in. All reports from Sheridan, Grant, and Sherman nre very favorable. The snow Is now two feet deep on level on the M bile Mountains. Some or the drifts are lf nty feet deep. (ion. Sherman's Army THE GALLOP THROUGH GEORGIA REIUiL ACCOUNTS OP 8nR!l MAN'S rHOQKES. lie Fuit.k Atl.ir.t i, Jc.iesboro, '3.'::a:i, S:oi o Mou;.tain, Hillcboro, Mon ticdlo and Many Od.cr Towns in Gorgiii. i:t., i;i'.. jtAv., i-;t. WIIVVMIIS nil I. Ill, Ill.lOlir 11' Sltlltvivx' M.V 1 C. ''. i '.a. .. '(..! L'e .. .. i . .1. i . !! IK (iciieinl llur.lee has ric-lve t ot'i iai in .r n i tloti from deneral W'hc 1 er tliu' 'ieneral 'S i r n.an has biiuiid and all onion 'd Atl.i;,; i,a .1 w as adMinenig w i'h civ ilr, , nit ir! rv, a u e" v , ni.d waon-, tow irds ,I.m ir... I ne eueni ' s I. r.-ewas nor fu lv a-eer'.iined, jit pii.i-i rs tak. n report that Shei man h is three nnnv . n p ., cech su).i osed lo cut on ten thoos i m! nvti (ir.r eav Pry, ti:i..-r (ienril W he-1...-, , is (l..., bat k la lore the en. iiv, vho, at l.it a-cmit-, wcie niar. hiiig on tiritlln, dev is. ning the wh .b; country behind them, burning bridges, mi roues, A... All oilieal d. sp .ten from (i n nil NVheeier. 1 bursday, November 17, states th it he hud cheekid the eueni 's advance at H.-ar ciee i. sin tivan'h ca aiiiv on uu; li.ru nnnst, ir n.u Ml, jviwiix i nn hi. ii it I. icoien r lilll) I ISI AMI h m ON. ',. .-, 17.,. .'...,, ., v, ;,. A gentleman v ho left Forsyth mi Th'i.sl.y, the l,"in, at tbp c o'clock, informs us th.ii '.i c. mil r arrived ar that place a lout half a i hoar t . line he h it, ami reported lie re w is .o ne V m kic cavalry ught iu"es mirth of theto.in. All ife bridges on the io i J from I'l.r-v'li t Indi iu Spr.ngs wrrc hurned In- our fires. I'h' ho. P'luis ut Lagriin;e h .ve been ord'r'l to M s sisslppl. I in: m nsiisir; or shim: moi stun ami a i i anta. Ft '11 .PA, l, .,! Ctto U'O 'i. i. , ,S', ' ,.1, i, .loi). 1 i, Vc have tills lehable news fiori u ) the river: A gentleman w ho air icd on I h'lr . I ly even. Ing, the 1,'th Instant, fr nn stoae M unit am, n ports Hot ii Ynii.. e column moving u.i vn the tit'orgia Kailroad divided at In-itur, one ban euing down the Covington r ati a id the :li r the Ito. kbii.lge road. At stone .Mountain they burned all the unoe eup'ed houses, so'nc to thirds of the town, and 'VT.i lannit wa-te the country us liiey prog,r. -scl. Thev in irch in ho low s mure, w nh their trams in thec. ntri. Tbey united at linker's Mill, n -i. f ovinvion, and it i-not known as ye vhether they wiil strike for Fatuntown or A'tu-ns. This lteiill.-miiu s.us thai the vie from the summit nt S one Mountain, of the conti igr itio i or Atlanta, was awful b,-v oti.l d-'-eription. I'ne (iate City look, d like an oc un of tliin.', as thct liery w .ves ro-e nd n il Uu-. tutiout Hie who e CMll.t. A I I AS r X, JONKHIIOUO AN II M'l. il'.l) ' ull lies : iiovi:n rt.. f.. W.i.-ttlt In't llJ:H r. v.r. II. It is reported that, Sherui m bus applied the tou h to a laige portion of Atlaii'.i) and ll is bun id .1 in -shorn', and also M iiouough. U is also retorted ihir he h is d-.troyed the railro id fr'in Atlanta to the ( 'la'tahooeiic", a:id burned the bridge at the river on that road. oniniN nn'oiu nn t'Ai ri'iti-i). 'i i tu th .Sieu.-ai (7o .jio. t ai.r '-e.ii 'i, , A'.ir, 11. Among the many war rumor- on our stre'ts this morning is one that, l.rittio is captured bv the Yankees. As to the correctness of I lie ram or we have nothing lo say. inn i.i.v rwiNo at rociai. cnicLr: i:t nov i To AClll'HIA, ON NOVKMIltll 17. ', i tn 0f. Auymta t'M t'lti-U nut ,S'f i.ti;,-1. .Vol.. Ill l'.ssengers by the. (icorgia Hailionl last night lepi it thai about oi.o hundred Yankee cavalry m.oli their appearance at ruciui Cirelu on 1'iur.s oi. j, Noveinbir 17, and hurneil thn nilroad piat liirm. It is not believed that the hue. come d. wnei.y further than the Circle. Their infinity tni ii in p. d at or near 'Id Sheilicl.i on Wedncsd iv iiiuLt, am', trcm tl.eir inoveuit nts, it is tuo.ih. tin lire fn foitti- to i'atoutoa. st. i ni Ciice is a siatioii ou the railroad from An. .1. tu to Augusta, about tu'y miles d s ml tu. n the loruier, .uio one htmb'id and tA'eu'.y hie miles irnin ihe latti r place. J MONTH i:11.0 AMI II 1 1 IS It... 110 IH'llMP. ft l tit :.'., .u.;.o.'il l"n. i i.ei s. iidii. o,-, r I'l. It is al-o r. porletl that tbe Y'tukes hav'ti bin i.i tl Moi tiee.lo and itillsiairo, whicli, if true, elciriy indicates tlia' they design taiming ine C. i trul Kailroad at (ior. Ion or st . ne other p i nt. l'dsscucer trains on the ie n gia Railro id yes tcrdey only came lioui Union i'oiut. Slisrinaii AroiM tlBs 4lt:liiiiula;ee llivt-r. THE I'ASSAOK 1.1 Kt.crKIl N i: I it IMIIAN Sl'HINO. Savannah, November 21. A private d.isiia'i h received In tins city this morning IrouiMiton ajs the euemv crossed the Ockuiulee iu fnee i sieiday at Hauler's Factory, eight miles e i t of Indian Spring. Tncy lire reported to be from iln ty to forty thousand strong. Tins would Beeiu to strengthen tho belief l'i it Augi.s'a is IliCT otijec'. The I wntral Itailro I, niur firlswolilvllle, was cut at .') 1. M. on i-hv 2Uih. 1 he tolegrapli Is also ilesiroye.l. Cj n uu nication lietwem SAvaiiu.ih inii M icon Is d.i- tioyt.l. Wins between Shcrui iu and Milledge vllle rut also. blMoSS'fllA rloSs ON M ACON AND MtLLCOOCVILLR an nc i 1'a ri:u. Ft ft;. l( t' lii -on i(ri','fy.,...r, A wt. '.trf. s. It is probable that, at the time we write this, Sh- ru.au ueiupies lirut.u, and wdi ri uliy de uions'.rate upon Macon, and petlups MilicJ0'e vule. l'Kor,ni:ss or siii-iri vn's uviti ii. t'mm '- .sat-u,. i n't -V.. - . V... I t. YVc have authentic iiib.r.n.i'.ioa tint the enemy has uppeuied l.elorc M.n o.i, und auo hur ra.diu,' pai i i.aa come down, pro .a ily tntu 'J iviugnin on the tracK of the Stouem.iti rai I, and n iu i. urli. d the litilj town ot W .iliac, in J mim- ii. aiity.a few miles u .rth of the Mdle.lg -viil-.. hlol lior. onvillc l'.ail.oi 1 1 1st niht or early this II. Ol Illl'g. Ii is r- p. rtcd that this t any 1ms burned M m'l in Uo, ihe eouiiiy 1 ar ot J.isper coontv, mid uu litts- town ot Hilnboro, in th : son h in fiat c. un'y. No d-mht tin v a:0 ubiieig to sirik". the inilro. d nl (joid iu, ni.d thus stop tne P issae of Hi. curs o'ei ell her the Central or the M I tgo vple nil. is, und p. ih.i'- proeee-l on to Cuua L-iw 'on to r. 1. use the l-'gdei'al pri iners, or Uo gi i.i ral damage iu that J'lecion. We lava a so report-, uapa ently U'ltlientie, that the iiiemv yesti rday 'ii i.le aua't.ici upon I'or ih, in Monroe county, ou the vf i-'oa a i I We ii in It ibroiiil, and were signallv repulc I. V chain th it a good daal of ex -it. .tunii es'sts in Ma. on, and that a number of women nnd children are leaving. It Is evident, ir iu the appear. in. e oi the en oiv at an the.-e poinis. It Is only a cavalry rail, a. mil g to strike and dc-iroy all the railroad coai n in nations to Macon lictbie the mini army up prouehi s, and perhaps to venture farther in the direct ton of this city or Augusta, and do us much misi bief as Missible. It is believed the force at Mucon and Milledgcville is ample to protect those placis lor the present. Whether the main army of Sheimuii will ever gi t that far down i a matter we cannot venture uu opinion upon. Sini e writing the foregoing we have received a piivate despatch Irom Macon showing tint up to tliiswiiting (hulfpast 1 r.M.) the enemy bad not struck the load. The despatch states Hut no trains would leave Macon to-day for this place. 1'. S. Three 1'. M. The telegraph is still working to Mncon, from which we conclude the i -nuny have not struck Ihc Ccutial Kailroad at any poiut. fi fin ihc iSutotittiih a.', .Vo. ci- ler'jl. Our latest and most reliable advices are, that tbe enemy was In lorce in the vicinity of Monroe and Jones coumies, und a cou-idernblo body had crossed theOehmulgce rivor at l'lunuir's Factory, nven miles west of Indiun Springs, taking a direction which would indicate bis parposo to take Augusta in his route to the seaboard. The cticmy may, and no doubt will Inflict much damage; but it the people of our noble Mate nerve themselves as one man to tho Import ance of the emergency, and, forgetting self, direct their Incessant, united cliorts againat the foe as advised by Ueucral Ileauregard aud our patriotic representatives in Congress, the (treat Yaukee Army of the Tennessee aud lis brutal and ius lsnt leader will he aunihilutetl. I TUB CKNTEAL 0E0K0IA H0A.D CI'T AT OklSWOLD- VU.LB ON TUH lllU INSTANT. from Ihe oruBa Jt. "'"". Nurember l. Information, entirely authentic, was received here yesterday that a force of Y'aukee cavalry struck the Central Kailroad about three o'clock Y. at or near Uriswoldvillu, tore np the track, nd captured a lumber train. CITY INTELUGENCE. Smtk or TimiMOMH.Bn To-iat. Six A. M H. Noon, IH. ono I'. M. M. Wiml, W. hy N. I'iim n 1 In mornitii?. at- mt 'AS 't ln.,k, Odi vr KukUn.', of V.w S . -.nvl :o D.rr'x t. d; : crrnl an imlu i lu.tl wlnli- in tV iit(C;utt of fi: irp a Mi' ! Httiirliod to it h p-ritpr Hiiop.n ! ir.. - ,fi i nnJ 1 y tr-. t". Th" nf!i- ir t vvt :hr tn tn vil 1 1 in , n ho 'in 1 1 1 v m t V h t 'Mi- iVt h- u ir j ur-ii'1 .sir m'ti trI nnuro. 1'hi rl in. HiTi1 in!.i(l nrit' ivi! ?t i' i mi (!,), i t v, lnv. i j; iii r.J httr yto h '.l w. A'tio h -1 v v ii i-tiil 1iiMN r ftii l utY-r i. '"is' i'lo mi- n 1 Mt tin- tin,.-. l h' oiirrrti'i r ft op vi KV n Piird, . tir Ni.iitl' r, in A tii' my rftM-t-i, h'viv ( ) '-trd, w ill- him t.f t' W n trn- t'ft'vr-'M '..inO ' nVloi'k.l nt t t 1 1 1 1 j.' . ii in-'- rt Tinft'-l in tp thTil r,-rv, pTtlfl'. MJI' mmi (n (lUAP r I llT'lt fr"ll M) H'ovO, 'I It-s i- ff iiu itt'tl ,if It.-. A,'in t-vo :iml tfi re tin licit (1 il u.ar.', UjMmi n m i tiiL-ro n tin iu ruintn p. t'A' liiu a r Lt. Aiiii.?iM O'lvor n-sis rr.iirt'Ctl tlii iii"rmn iip.ri the t hnr;e of 11 h.'uI vftilnif Pt tlie ctiMMhiTi. He itt.e.uitti, ti vniu in i ho Nnifh Wnnl in nn"rtir min' t).iin. Tin imk'n ol ihc flivtion hippc:iv i own Iho Ijoum-in which Oiiv. r n-nuliMl, ,nul hi. Rtn irpt bv ptt'in Irtn-cft' ntl for iiiih' ti-T pcrii'i vhh ut l c.oiS. Jfr- wai urrcsvil, un 1 hc! l t r u fnni,. r h- uriuir. lie l.i.h ii to i,p-tr,ii .l '. r liuT :im rem rc-tci in Jcrsi'V, h hi Hut lio ii ui il l to i sc:tp" the cln'ohc-i of the i.w. "Tin: Sim: ur uu Cfti rn v." - Th olnrc 'I ilton's lc tnrc on this suVjcct, at (' m-trt 11 ill, on TuciUy evening, promises to be a irrear suc n m t.ir ns tbo iindicnco h c'n,'',i,ie l ; un'I w p- -i.tifhul, Irom n ttico- n( Mr. Tittin't otlortH in il.th n ut jurtK nt New KntrUn'l, tint the leo tnn r come np to the liU'lu'Ht exor -titioiH of onr people. Some tickets nur vot he ohttinu-d at Mart it'irs. No. to-; Cues nut street. iNo. Uev. li. 3. Hoir.iirtti will, y re 'iUot, icjtut his o!i-rour.io on " Uano n-,'" to n onnw evciiinL'. at W. o'olock, at ihe lull, Sith iu, a (iir.nu nvviiuo. To i in: I'liK-int n r Ki.n r. bt uu; im oi TnKH ka:.i. tr y n Imvo von ttif ni.b.p tr,r' Towftnl Ihf-li y our rttl ni m(pis t,dVl j.ri-s.(, Ami linjH". urti :rnr nn litnciM r't Aiinmitolv tn thrllt ttu tre.int. I tu- r.iltT oi t nrtti't Kfent fit l.in-1, Aim! -'cntinln" to that'll Mivi'rWt'ii pi-nd Willi ftwy ih your ) tit Muii (jnui'l Hvln-hl by M.fubm-iircT croud, Yit tl l iiiii-i d ri'i'l c f i ran t cure 'I Ir minute of .von r iHfotn ho, A ml h-'ii vr Ih tlic wfiriit t hc,r Ol ruirh n-piui-thllln . t n trui' tell' rt.v In Kmnvn It.v htiu tu wtiuni the ft ten Ul (III A hii iik mirtlrfiic. - alo-ic. Mtin- pixel u ih.in oifi-l 'imi unrn' II ' rt c. rCul Imnir islthn-i.'li u m(c ' I in tur liv ill i White Hon1 otitlionr. He m iv in inir cinitettijn.lt. , A h el that it all hj uv n. lie li't n , n nl and w hnle-umc fare, A i d, ttioiih he ttuH-itM no iuIm ot Kw-r, J'tv hanOsp'iie. well uiad', rioihiiiR wear, fctMiplv priK'un ii ikm hkNMii r'H lowc. We air rw'lhtpt liv. xdt-m adr (i iuhlst, ciiai ineTrr K'Hptct, ttye, fit. iwa'tfi.'l and v. r manitp. to any maile tn mxi mro, ti li to VI niTrem. Inwer prkm. We have a fui an J compete anoitm nt ni the vliulemt tftoUa Id tlif niarket, furchaAet fur r,ih, at th- tourett prict qf th mum. nnd sold itircanh ouly, there tore at Uio low 't prtct'i poi-iMe. ToftKH Hall, No. 1N Murk tit utreet ItfcWNBTT A CO. Tin: &mwo M.vtiiiNK. WHU tincers nlnu ie and r;i.c. With tV a list's g:i!iimi an 1 .i.-', A lady .at tu hor prett 6t:i U r, Jn lully wnrhnj: a v.ij. ili-k! rllrk' rli. k! In coiuCttri iaI like u i.i.ccn, A tul "tinK tn the mnilc mviTy and i o fi , Of" The F'oretv-c SeW.nt tfacl..i.e " IVk-vllrk - ctl.'k- My work In almost dene, t liefc-cli. k-cllck- HiTnre I Tisk narre'y hfnri! Oh I i hame nil tn k rN, I ay, Who now w,jlii tli r d ifv .m. And wiiii th(r tiinf in d ifc' and ly. If iMri 1 4 nee, lie work ! VU.-k cli. -. liek- Ilow tl. a mapi :c n''t!! . ! li. k-i-lUk-i'li.-k I Ctn irrer Neli-ve lny iiyn ! Si i in, and uu-.net, .ind t tin , lUnd, and Kiifet, .ind main, I n 'h could Alnnik' w rk a!1!!, Ar d iiin A.iy In my .liewu ' "Cl'ck--ell -k-cluk - Pe, it stwn Vi li'vfr jri-u f 1 oe From (!ii: rine-t fit of t cf jm-. To a e'e-k. or a pa r ut'ih' t . ! C hk-dlik-cllrk An I watch the morry thn.g In Une.y oft. wtt'dn my mt,(, '1 o HI it em4 to svrnift "Ol,! nifn with iitr dearl Oh? men with nmii r ft.id wivcv ! Ilnw Rtuiuld ym !t; oi- n wh thn (11 uldvn our ptr M iui h.-rn 1 Wh. no j: onl us c an unki ho nr ic trij'ht . Who itia-t'O otiLTa'c away Ily making w.mn::'s Uu t it I'ht, And laru.iiK tod ti i'..v! "Then (.-o at once- a: d t,vt A -FI- reiic-1- Ht-whii: N'AJti'n Ot I trfr nre itood. hut i.iji,ve X) tu kd T b a i i hi hi s I w en. Id a' t'UM'lifti it mm t A d : oo'll ft c tii t to e'., 1 1 ft' '- a y ft 1 ir, long dav t jtn Y a I b ft ftd f my adv.c Tl p eatfi I .YiiitiO 0 ti ft?. A?m tpi-li i'om 1 1 1 f l i ti'ii , ijiir iIiim r ni kti c ei m one niii.tt te t-i tdc t e , icMliiitf ei .her lo nrht or let. Tho ode bthtt d "K on ni ' Kewin? MatM ei. Huri'tlMty. shu I lulty, rapid . p r ( Mmn. Ki..i;i.ei: S m ini MAeift -it '.'mn yy. tY. ii'J Cri-nnt tt'rx et Yami.ia ItOAhrr.n Ai.uo.NnH, Of rare ijtiity, M A.iy'uotured ry filM'HKM F. If .it i i ei. Ci MUONS. PlV, Ciltl C, AN!) S j FA Cl HlllwN, a:MHli l-'U'lTI, Old V. ;Tk .ioill ii.'VT tl' 111 CftH li.) Ii k id h any ot ter i: juc. W. Pa t v v, Nn. 1 ii iH C'liunut lire I. Tn:: Auit of Inm nii .Vliiio a 1 upo num. h T ni M.i-hlii' s hae ticen i-rlerrd to tho pu ic, i ue of a Mi li ponucf it ii1 ,ti ol excs Um t! .Ol 1 .it ki:jA lejed Jtt'rlt ai hit'- Icbk felt, wfiiit --the Imveuxerlen d, the nc ion-m- ofo Muclilne moe pTt'.'et lit .tn tne ba'ncaJ slrticture, c'ini)liihii,', In toe ttuj'it . t itr.-e, mh(-.'i tty with Uma fcWi'i, and i fade iput)ic duiiu, tt ir'f-r ran- of inn one tlmt could he ihm!,. a;.dim'o-d anJ C'li fiii'ii l-d h) all. 1 lii, m e r'; haj-oy i.y, I. ;rr:i -. Aa.'t l,ed br t!.u liln rhl cxK'tiU turo oi' . aj itnl, a: d taw u.iLeut, untiring latwtr .liyi.tr.. Fiom litt tirst iiMrtlu -tio:! tl e ''Kj "in hAi n.ilnej li t-' ot tViciiilH. uiid Is reitrui'd b oir 'irt fdoitlioi as a mutt fn l-t i.i'r, 'ji' v eini"lti"iely pruv.nk'. what we r inoet l.kii') t" u.-i now .,., ihu t!:u iii(lie ('in v ai'. e. i nut u c 'im ! tV'in. w, .in't n'f'i'.i i - e ,m'int-o in rna t t i.ki-m i U . nt'. ' Mi !d at So. t. to ("lumiint stn-it. - irtlie h i ttl l our rra'ieis we will iinnttm .unt of the ainaiitc;i.-h and iu-i ruveuuiiti ut the Fioruue over all idhiTit. vmkfn ft.ur tH fr rent $tfrlef, the .. Inot, J;ttf-!,-If "i, and tim- i-it, on one atid the v-anf uia diiiie ; oich Mit h biniK aiiit-on ttti stUcs ol the fai'Tic, and ueiititr ii thi-ni wdi raw'i. 1' hai the rt erfif-l1 feed -notion, ai d hy aimjdv ttirnhi thmah ncrew ll.f work wiit r;tn iti. r to the rn.i t or leti, rviaiarn (tart ol tit- fmni'.or fntl-ii the ends ui tt.o ki'Wi.g wiU.'iut turning ti.e mbrlc, thmly r.vn.y iiand (alio. Cliannhiff the length of the -titf!', at-d from jne kind of at ti ti t anoiJ-ir, au it jdii) In duiib n uilv tl c Mitrhinc U in iiiotun. hrtry tiuh it perfect in Hit!, making tho taui ecare and uu lit rni. li ik ainioat iioiffkt.', and cun be used where iiU't is necoki-Hrj. ilMJKiilotia are ftll ;"e Vi'v; there ftre no uprfni to et out ut order, aim U kitujiH liy euabluk the luont moe-riet.et-d to (i i rate it. H u tn t t cit the itr-fitt of the operator, ai all machinery la itn Ho t..i.il Oii tuhh. Jt it the MMl Miir twin the vorc, raakiug live tttetiap to each revolution. It Mitch t on blue rfatiit itUt ttrtnQth, and beauty. H dtvi the hruit vr finest wort Willi uquat facility, Vithutit rhnmif oftfitfivn or th(dnntry, Kvvry Machine Un oae iY JcnekN' patent heminers attached, euaUhuit the ojicrator to turu anyu uitho item titirct. it doe not require fuer thread Oft tbe muder aide than It doti ou the m per. It will st airekthe beariett acamt, or frou one to here thlckneea of clotli, without cl.aiife of teailoa or, breakliu ol thread, or iKli'plnn etltehei. It baa a uniforai and eli-taiilaiitt teniion ef thread. A " hnrnum'0 St'f- .sever," w iucli the vori t4lf b rurulkhtd with each mtachioe Whle pvkaekkinit the aU-ve and manyorfier ftdrantftTfi , Uie Fluftuca i told t corroftouu ye toe w lift ouiur flrt claa Machines. Ititie la no rwk tn baylruj the K lore nee, at erery Marl'Lne U warrautwl to niw entire attrctlnn, or the ftjouer refuudM). ho chare uade fur learn in u opviftteH. We learn that au aene U the ime oi thee oitdriulMarhuii4liatut ocui eataoLithed Lu all Ui prtnrlial ciUea and tona In the k'7l Hiatee, and dvie our n-aeti (if th-y annul call at ihe aJartuta, e C..MCheuuji iirvt Uetid Ur rtrculara and eauiolee ol v I Tt'N an: f'oi.N. i .". -. u'ul . ri ri t.. .. Kl'lt,". W h c.'u v I a: ue-r. nn diT. rent V. ok--, T. t'.eii'iiiit Ar tO'iriikiti. , .. w i ea r , ..e tn Jd.a-id ii..t, lii. t (.'.'. ' vt ot .iy n. " ' ,,i ru',-' tt- ai ir nr rmft:rd, v td btilh d,an i c mud, lie y t ii? a tc -iu't i. I' . t .ii !i "oi.ru of time tt.e 'udb e If Imre.1, An I ' . 'l at K .mt, .uid fi i.l 'jruL-f. Ji w Co- n tn i dh to mke t a fl,'M, I't . he fi It t! a' t'o u n would -rnh thi riuM. ft he (n e c th 'aw pro ectlon. 1 1 e ra!M m .irm a m ll'n tr"nir, T 'if tip te r i land pit d wnthewrnn, in I it . er'mly -o mrd thj he, en- rne f l i nl i, eut lb .i;Ureetloil. t. tl.tr f nitfe of all iuv,erial, inc udini; ddion aul rud. t l'i arlt h iii a 4 a. 'oae-prln , ' undrr ih- oiitmrntal. A i.n Kr l t ami Vai n: r. 1 ar r;T Tf t!ioe trim i.re in w iit inplattti ap'MidMtt; tn nov fur hull hr kIH-i will rellert a iimtnent. thev will tt the progirl t y ot tjwwg thine oi "tiii'ta itlal and ettd irit'ir vnhietutho re-! p lent, tit thi charaetcr the mmt eleuant and ao.-iNii-fatee artfO r the Sewlnir .Machine nnd the one to rct, tor n htnidred reotn that we mtlit nfime th "Wheeler A WIIoti," Fold nt No. 7o (.'henn-tt street. It lit. hey nd a donht, the heit fpwlnu mni hlno In exist erce. he pvi r It hai been exhibited In competition It ha. route off victor. 1bonnndH of lamlltra In ttiii ittv niiione lin unrlv.iled merli. ami niimeritu anpti rutim are nmde to the ci i t nlmo-t d iliv fo tfive ttt rr cftattt t tor other nia hlne the heeler it Wilnon. 1'er coti. ttietetore. who cotitrniplain tuiyhijr tnai himii for pren-nt", hnuld po to headiiuarirri (No. 7'l I'licmni mrei 1 1. ind 'rf th? bt it l.alleti are tatiK'it the uneo these un ehlliin nt their own rculdelice AH niai-tiliu sold m o. -( ( In en ut treet are warranted, and he,it in tep.ilr tree ot charge. lit an ANtm. A e n f: it t fii-m a Iniliaiid toa w lf'. there eou' 1 tin n ttilnn no ap loinatf a a Wheeler A Wiiwm ewtng M c ilue. FATItrFH. Aa ft ;ltt itom a tatttei to ft unnvhter. the Wheeler U llron Kewinii Mai time woul 1 . o ne line ft pnt'Tiial benediction. Trv It, e h'nd tu art hJ fftrhota, antyuar ctiilureu'e i hiUtn u w 1 11 blean you forever. HltliTMKIl. Xothln could tie more aeceptat!e a a on-aent trom n tiroitur to a flffr, than one of theie ad m tra de ma chlnen, ftdmittesl to be th' ber-t in the wortd. KlKMXI. A ft t' keu ot esteem irom frl nd to trlend nothbtif eould be nure e'emit than thin world-renowned Senium M ik-I hie. rmniriiHorirTa. Tho-e who hnve a demre to d- a irrent ntnontit of frond nt a uni nil coat nhould nend Wheeler A Wipton Mneh no to some poor ftrnllOft woman, and thereby emihle her to nn p port hemelf and lamliy. and lay np aomnthlti fur thetnture. TbONe who havo ft Wheeler A WUvm Ma chine are mire of plenty of work at nood pneoa. To Fhow ttie ImmeiiMO nnd fit-owl iik popularity ol the Wheeler A INon AUrhlne wo would atnie that over 'f.OfO ol theni wdt have been nianul rti-uirrd thin y mr. und nearly MM hnvi' been aold In 1'hllade pha alone, bverv tnat nine warranted, nnd the mom-y mt iruetl ti' not entirely aati"fa-tory. W e ad vine all to go to th-i el Rant alcflioom oi Wu f.i i Kit A Wiiv-on, No. lUlrheMiut trert, nnd nee tliene wondertul nine 'iiinn in operation. Send ior a cir -ular mid niiccituen of work No i harge. fall enrl und make your ticlertton, Kvn.it i-u inr K;vAni'i i. It is feanlly n es- r to in', tin our n :.ih r th ii the enn-rprNe displayed 1 y Mr. i w. 'iti-her, in prvcinni: a varied eoliiH-tion i f r.iotornplfi, haa ni-t with unco t. Couuok loourcltyft itrunK'ir, e iu-netK ntK a dranne,r rat. r a new 11 nc of bmineM.he Imi tij fntcriirtue And liberality procured for him Belt a patronage superior to any similar eitablia nucnt Inotrclty. llehaa.by in l.'t'a::b- iMe Industry, procured accurate pkotograpV.i of ail the c lehrated charne'eraof modern times. Kvi-ry land and nation Ih repruaen'ed In aJ rbofct,TPhie CoiiTriiv Am nig onr urtny an I i avy representative! we notice Ue:i i a s tlrant, 8? ermft Ktl patrlck, hfeade, and F'euionf, uMletJ:e pillant Admirals I'UfOiitaiid arrafcLit aru fit Us h'K,ic -a rrom ou gallant tars ih-.-j arc a h"it In the nietvfi Anions the states men, Fre-ndtnt Lincolri, Meinrs. Seward. John Xtrht, Kdward Everett, Lewi t'as.oal llnry WUon, tiita conspicuously. lo our chureh ifnitij; people he preients an unparalleled lint. Itev. Its Itetlimie, Itnruei, heeclier, aud Ii amber , and Htslnpti Odenheiuar and I'uiter, wlUi n hast of others, are mct altly pictured. The armies of Kcbelllmi are fully rrpreiinted by every f.eneral of Importance who his provtd fa! e to his duty and .ith. His catalovue In vahia hie if fer n- other reason than the ion it and complete Hut of leadlnj; Ki bels. The lanil'.j ot Lee has four reprcieutativo tut nibi r in the nruiy. In farey pictures no collection vn excevd the one which Vr. I'lic her present i to tho public. Uts whole sele-tions are abl aud ciirt-i jI.j laadt, and the pitronnKO exieudod to hill, by yur pcojile is well ileie. veih Tiir KiouFNt e doen till kinds of family sewing in tlie I'esteit manner, trvm rhe heaviest wo ilten to ttt ui st deik-.ittf iobrxs. f.FOKOL SlF.CK (O.'f TlNOH AND Jkl.iHO.V A 11 oii,r' PIAvo CtlUNKr OliiJAN". h old KH. Ovr- 6on .fea h of tl.ose rlnc In- Fl A NO trjm"i;i have bi e:i mil I Uv Mr. I ('tt I r s I.., am. ttu ceinand l 0"n.aaily I'l Ml it rr a,hia. KH.TKS. KirleuT.:rbv ns "o j.f, t.oTTf n, H.H I ES. 8cyi-ii:haiid C'tiesnui streets. t'ARTN'K T Old. h -4 . r III MKT otM V N . t A 111 N K r tilt M H. v iti cr T.AiiiFH FfitH. An elegant asortmcat at f harltk Oakford A eon K.Coritmeuial HjIcI. Po Yov Know Dkks luu rt-moved to No. 413 4'hcRnut slivetV lie seli Tobacco, CiKarN, Pipes, Ac., rtrty per cent, lesa than any u.er 10m In thH city. Kcui-iubur otan, So. 4i:t t hesuut etret-t. Thk AIF.M, Fuikni).(!A gem;" "A lion-e-hold treaMire;" "A rrfct beauty;"' "Works like a olifttm; rhe b-Hn tt.e world;1 Would not bo without a Florence;" "It makes four ttiteh s with the same eao that others make one." Succ are the eipretMoos used by purchasers of a l- Icicncc. SuM at Si. ttW Caesnut street. CucifR Caramtuh. t'hoco ate, Vand'a, ''oc lanut. and I uiub Carami Is Manufa-turvd by Hifci'tiKN If. WnnMH, No. l-lu Maraat suet. Oen rLk.Mf;N'B IIats, All the latest etyles ut t "bar it a oakford A ten , t oouotntal lloul. Winhow Siiaiu h. Ternona par-ha-in shades In t.iese times ol hlu.i fiicea w 111 ftavu money bvatntu-u Koiiu; to tin Uiji. tfactjrtr wi.o !e o wc-1 aud fawia'dy known W. Hi Mii Pai u No. IkHiMu'iii'it street. FlNFK AN 0 NI' 4 1. WoUK If (JOQ On tllO KIil- ren e thii cm li loui oil uii v nt lu r mac tn iu. Call aul camlL ottu a. No. '.'Km is'-trmt street. I.miirh an ii Cunj'iaw' h li AT. I.Mcit style at C'l.ariii O ik mrd A S-i. , ii.Uiit outl It jI 1 V AunNtdi to ri.r I 'in .I.i- us.lj p " if t .'and y it ; iiitU'tiiMt "Flori)nv.M Is .irra'ifcd to tlv fitiiis' "laiiM.H 'ii.u or money rtnrncd. C.f7i i. and Famhionaiii.k CoNi-Ronovs, ! M up lu tsu:st Hoft, hi.t'aiiic :Vr lr 'euts. M--I..IIUN K. WUITMiN, Mo. UIO Markul .tieet. L'i i.ul Sihh.No Ft knii ritK. Old und Nl-W I nr; I .if l-'i h IkU.'id ti J arnUUeJ iu tho M-ry hott uiautiii at W. Mkmiv hiirN'H W. it tn t'pbultffrv KHtablUhru-mt, Nj. llosdicsiiut street. Oit. Si bM iui'tionk. As will be seou byadTor tiemt nt e'sewhere. the I oks of tldb enterpriHe close on alon.lav next. 1 l.ose who desire to secure one or worn the remaudi!' si. ans biould avail tbemseli of the oppoitunity of so d !nk' We have but little doubt that when the Company (formed from among tlie suh-.crlber) KrB c r,.aiil-tJ, tlit.-e kl.arts will omiuAud ft ban Uome premium, pL'ttrirAHEiis mar rolj upon tt'ir.tx the bant l utk ai dalle Uakto'rdA h . Continental Hotel. I'HOTooitAi'iiH. Klfiiant styles of artistically- extcuUd piciuies, lite slu I'hoto.'ra; hs In OU Colors, l.ciyt.ipi s and Caries de Viite,at B. t' lUmii's popular dftUerv , No. :l Arch btieut. Gi:t thk Bkht. Clcwmen. as a claas, do not recommend an article uiiIcns they have gool reason to know it to be aluable. I'roctirnof any Drutftftit one of Mre Alleu's clr.-tilars of kr World's Ilatr Keitorer and llaki lircssliif, end you cm read over tw.nty tontimouials of our wont ea.ltienl clergymen, each one reoo mm ending iu Ibe stroriiiia terms tbe use of these proparatldna. They rth tore, invigorate, indbeautif j the hair. If you wish t restore and retuu your hair through lite, use tUeut. t, ery Drub'tf't eUs them. Mrj. M. O. Rrown'i " Metuphyaical Die isovkiy." kills Uu root of every disease. Price ft... Mo. Hit Arcft street, ttee ftdi irluiueot in aaother eoluiun. Wm. G. rr.HRV, who U President of one of our oil companies. iiidUlArfely interested In eeveral of the bit dividend paylne; ooupaales, It will be seen, by refer ence to ftdvertiacmeBtt la prepared to furulah oil cempaniei with their new Ivooks. Ue baa floe stock to fitect trem ftt the aoulUweat corner of Foorth and Eare (treats. To Finer rirMii Hi wr atrarded to the Orovir k Biker lewlng Machine Company ftt tbe MUldfaft State 'eir, recently meld at Kalataaaoo, via.: ror the best r a rally Hewing Machine mid for tho bait Marline work. TO-DAI'S WASHINGTON NEWS. Special Dcipatchc to Evening Telegraph. i Washiiiotoii, NoTemlur Inrroaiie of Nninrirau A petition was in circulation yestordaf In the Treasury Dei a tmcnl, asking Fecreiary Feisen dea to exi'rt his Intlornre with Conirrcsf to rif the salaries of the cltrks and niosscngets. IVie With h ladlKiia. 1 roiii informati.mriTClvi-daKhelii.lianEareao, it appe.in that peace prevails In an nnn:al le;;rec wi;h all tlie Indiun trlis. Mr.nher. or l'oiilm.. r Al out tivi lrc or fifteen memliers of Coag'css nre now in Wabhinirtun. Miernmn'a linrm.iil. A,Si. I.ouis letter say : Anom -er ol Sherman' stall is li. re, who slate? that he bis orders, when Lis leave exiii, toJa Sherman by way of tbe Atlniul,' coaM, at R,iann ih. lie expecs Sher man to m.irch entirely across GoorfU to tht plllt'O. I he Report nfMrrrrlnry w.IIm. Tlie report of the KccrUary -if the Navy is fin ished , ami In the hands of the p itiiic printer. Up nnrds of six hundred putfes are aln-aly printed, .ind tli e whole will he rta ly al an early day to lty I'oi'ure ('impress. t rum m Orli an., Ni.w YtiiiK,Noveniher26. Tho ste imer (Jimrs ' 'a ina, from Nw Orleans en the 19th, arrived at tli in xrt to.driy. She brings no now. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Oitnw of Tnn r.vwwrm Tn inaara, I M.uirdur. MorrmMr ( The Sro. k Market continues rather dull, but steady. Government bonds are Tory firm, and prices have again advanced, showing the confi dence i.f the people In our Oovcrnm.mt; 8-JJ sold at lOo.Jf' 10-), an advance of J ; ilj of 1881 at 1114, Rn advance of ; and now 7 30s at 0P; New City (Is uio selling at 101 . , Kailroad shares aro steady. Reading sold at BTiJl" fs, nn advance of 1 ; Northern Central at 67; l'ciinsylvania at C7i ; Catawtasa preferred at 3H ; nnd l'hilatlelphia and Krio at 31 5 l.'ii was bid for Ciimdcn and Amlioy ; 4,5 for Little 8cb.nylalU; .iH lor Fhiladolpbla and Uormuutown; 30 for North l'enntiylvaiiiii; 31 for Elmira com uon, 61 for preferred; M for Cntawissi coalman; aud (j for riiilndelphia and Baltimore. City Tasisenger Kailroad shares continua Tory dull, and tli.'ie is little or nothing d,iin. 2il ,is hid for Thirteenth and Fifteenth, 35 for Sprnoe and 1'inc; Cii for West l'hllalolphia; loj for Arch ; 10 for I! ace and Vine; and 24 for Oreem and Coatcs ; "0 was asked for Secoud and Third ; 66 for Fifth and Sixth; 19 for Tenth and Eleventh ; 48 for Chesnut and Walnut; and 2"! for Girard College. Coal Oil shares ore In f.iir demand at about former rates, wl h sales of Oil Creek at 9; Mine ral Oil at 1 1 ; Dalell nt 'Jia ; Perry at 41, an advance or 1; Noble and Del.uiaer at 0)(0i; McF.lheny at iil(nO; and Walnut Island at 61(a) 6 ; 33 was bid for Maple Shade, and 10 for Irving. Bank slinrrs continue very firm, with sa'.e of Fanners' aud Mechanics' (old stock) at 70; ajid Vnlon at 52; 170 was bid for North America; 1 8 for Fhlladi lphla; 30j for Mc.cU inlcs; 87 for Kensington; 42 for Venn Township; 50 for Man nfucinrers'and Mechanics'; 40 for Consolidation; 474 for Commonwealth ; and 8 for Camden. 1 Canal shares are dull and lower. 32' was hid for fk'huylklll Navigation cominoo, a decline of 4 ; 3a for preferred, a decline of ; 74 for Lehigh Navigation; 130 for Morris Canal preferred; 11 lor Siuriuclunna Canal-, and 30 fur Dela ware Division. Gold has advanced aliout 3 per cent, siiee lust evening, opening at 21'Jj ; advanced and told at 21 J at U o'clock; 221 at 12; nnd 222 at 121 1'. M. The shipments from Now York to-dav reach SI 4!H),(HX. 1 UII.AIiKl.nilA MTOt K K.VinyilKSAI.M, VOV.2H. lit juried b Clurkson A Co., HroktT. No. S. Tlilrd )l. IIKFOItK ll.l.VUDS. HO ,i li.itwr Coal.... 7; int. ih limner 'iV 'JtOrtti At H'a 11 h tiu 'J s Hii-B ( on n Ull r' Ii". .li 1I0 It ; tuiih F.xrrli r.bin Hat t ' It" ill lit litt, .'.I ll nil d-.' ua J , Ho .ti F11I11.11 r.i.i.... tau.u St. jtiehuiai... loo sh Wahiut Ulana. khu ii win .a do.......... S-'.n. .a ti.. ll'sl'tt di I.'si Minaral OU .... (10 ill I'lltitttn Col... )iii .h llyda Farm.... lisi.tirorn I'.anivr.. AO ,li forrjt Ull 4' a I'4 FIRST lintliD, rrov. a. c. -ei tu.1, wo .11 Oriianl.' 0.1. tt .in t 8 b-Jtri liuS SutSI tlti it,V. SI. SI il ruK.tll'.'v f SS. I'H I ttU...llttW u Ml, $..Mti '111 liSOVIT 70... .I'm i Hisi('lijr m. new ....imv' Ii 11 sh K.'.nl. U. II. ...c tt" 110 hll tlo trtii an ; listsh do i si7V I' ll fell qo 'i Jt tti l ur Mec.old 7u 1 IS li I 111..11 iik .si ! tio th (i. V. M..U10 11 1 UK ill 111. Muunt It1', SI 1 ih llnloa t'lllpf.. 3 lis .a UU Crefk 1V h uiy.U OU.b-w 'ai ltsiih tli.. lmi.Q do e iuimi Hau.a i.in... u.t. lim.li d 1)10 U' jisi.il rurry ou ..... 4'. AG sh m .KinniirOu.e u A.) nh Htd.1 S'artti..., li llOMlldu..utikllll'tMl. 1.1 I'll) do 11 ass. !f . (!mitral .... H r.7 .n .'.tin. UR nils; imishrnnw prr.... fSt.-s wi.tirini. as.no.... si li.i ta , do bm 3i uiith do 31 'i Cinotations of Gold at tbe Philadelphia Uold F.xcl ange, No. 34 8. Third street, second story : l'i A. M 2IA4 12 M 221 11 A. M. 21'JJ 1 1. M. Market active. T)r. Uavew 4 Biio., No. quote as follows; Amulcan Gold. Anieiiian Silver, 't and ' ll.Uies and Half Iliiues.... 20 8. Third street, lilli. 223 , 221 . 211 . 2H Kpani. h Uuarlers 1 n n. Currency.. 200 Adit. I dis. New York Lxchante 1-10 par. (Juotatii.ns of the criaclmU Coal and Coal OU s toe As al 1 o'clock to-uay . Bid A't. ild miton Cnnl s 7S Sdneca Oil. hiK MoiiniMin Coi .s .. K.Y.JsMiil.C'tial.s ,. On . ii M'. Ct.al... . l'i . I'jriit.iii'al. .... 'i I'tit tier liatuCoal. . .. Oilutoii Coal s .. btiller i oal i .. liLiiiicnd l.oa! htmiAia .Mod cry Iron.. .101. IVrii Minins an riitirirt'ltrut Ku -tone 'lino. . .. 2 F k. uislt.r OU s .. Hit. I. ink I'. Cf.titintMUal S air..il OC I'rt-fk U.i Mm. If Dll.. U kits Imlolk UU.... tl I I'.rrs Ull klmrial Ull .. Kn-ionf (ill 1 Vfn.nu.it ill ' I ' .....i, I'.tmk.m . )l' A', Uftmuio Olt a . . 1J Irviiiu 011 IT, i llunitmora 11,1. a Diuzuiioi; s .. '4 li 1 7i Vlcbii..uy s .. f i 1, K..I.S.H. OU ii 7'; il'iD.tsnd 1 3 In I, NiblctkUiJainaiar.s.. S ' lo ililiuurd 3 )' li'Ai euory lua i'-i SW ?1 Hi un. r S . . i 'a I'mnilsuia Cutr. '- 'A I J.tj hslMH s', 41, i 11. .K. l.l.Dd l' 2', Alitylmily Jllvsr.. .. l'i ;!.,' rurilti s .. l.s i I'h UAOIKTosk.. J.'. . I . K II. ill Crml S1. lifriusni I 'g s Corn ftaauu. ....s . . 7'. 4; llni-il 4 l'i Koci Oil 4 '.'1, rrr F.nn 3 3 ' 1 w i.ilt UUud...s .. D'.' V II Far m .. Hi Utavon UU. 1., i at. Mcaula s .. ti. mn.iitinn of th banks ofthe three prin cipal commercial cities of the L nlon it exhibited In the followingtable, which shows the aggregate of thoir lust weekly stukmenta, compared With the returns of the previous week : .wial Sl1: Circular. Dtpoiitt. N v Vo.lo aiwillAttMliiaas .V- lbs,lM,l!ic KJltin.j: I.I'.TUS tW.lS4 JJlJ Total. Trt IKO 491 2h.MS.70t l (iU,7!S 'Jl7.l,n0 lucre.. In loam I'ISioi !. nw In tK.c, .oi'mJ liiiK-me In rireiilalaMl annual I JiuTi'M.e In di'osiis ,oii The decrease in the loans, at thown above, comes fisjin the Boston banks, where the discount line was curtailed nearly six millions of dollar. LATEST MABISE LYTCLLICECE. Cl IAIiKU TaiM ItOKMIHO. Bisamihlp J.UIbnou. Uoweu. New York. W. J. Taylor Ct Imr.iu (nlon, He.rd. furuamliuoo, Lewis il Uamou. ll.niue IXal.h.Uilkev, amwarp, J. t. Bar.lay Co. l.rui Anna. Morrow. HI. TbOMu.. J. F. PmUstoa. 8cl.r Fanni, Vauce. Havaua, ll. B. BttMa 4 Co. fc.J.r Auiencan fc-K. tltaw, tiew ll.v.u, Cupttt J. Hol.r Auklaiu. lltMipsir, I'rov llenca, Caplalo. Ds.hr C. bkaw , toliaw, City I'oiut, Cauuut. ABRITED THIS MOHKiaO. HrurR.C. V.ii.l.1. Hlh..rQ. la d.. fro .a Or.l with tiuano to Raaor 4l t oUona. adir Ctira. au.uoa. 1 dav u-oaa fllsad. nimtt com BMal to . al. Laa. . wtk btai(Vn. Vs'.uaoa, 1 4av ttom Boar U St. la. Lea. TMPfiHTal'ON Oiit-mi l Bri .c, wn""" aksr l.Uvn. 4 . t f r- fi !i I'