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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAMPHILADELPHIA , TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 18(59.
3 maws ouiyiftgAinr. i:itr A fin Ira. The corner stono of tlio Lylo Monument was laid ycstcrdiiy afternoon. Samuel Pennington, who was bound over by Judge Ludlow, a few weeks ago, on tlio charge of perjury, was held yesterday by United States Commissioner HiMer on a siinllar charge. United States Commissioner Charles P.Clarko yesterday bound over Arthur O'Brien on tho chargcof obstructing Hcvenue Assessor Gheghan in tho performance of his duty. Last evening Joseph Weber, a child fight years of ag, had his lg broken by being run over by an express wagoti In Uirard avenue, above Ninth street. He was removed to his home, No. 1818 Mervlno street. William Mc Laughlin, was Injured yesterday, byre porch fall ing on him nt the Kountaiu House, Main street, below Penn, Manayunk. Tho timbers struck hhn on tho back. Hon. George S. Boutwcll, Secretary of tho Treasury, was announced to speak last night at Horticultural Hall. Mr. Routwcll left Washing ton In tho morning, but when reaching Wilming ton it was discovered that a portion of tho track towards Philadelphia was submerged in conse quence of tlio fret-lief, and the train could not proceed. Arrangements were at once made to procuro a boat to bring Mr. lloutwell and tho other passengers by way of tho river. Ho did not arrive in time, however, to appear at tho meeting at Horticultural Hall. Tho meeting wns postponed. Mr. lloutwell will be at tlio meeting In front of tho Union League this even ing. Revenue Ofilcers Gheghnn and Hcrr entered tho premises Nos. 128 and I'M Dock street on Saturday and discovered In tlio second-story a largo copper still, complete, which communi cated with the steam boilers below, and which bad evidently been recently In operation. In the .'rime storv were discovered six hogsheads of mash, a barrel of peach brandy and press for mashing peaches. Having ascertained that no license had been issued for distillation on tho premises, steps were taken to have tho still and the other personal property libelled. Doinenllc Affair. Gold closed yesterday at l'J'J. I General llutler Is in Washington. Another batch of Post Ollice changes in this State is announced. General Canny has had a warrant issued for the arrest of Dougherty. , A. M. Clapp, Congressional Printer, has gone to Erie, Pa., to stump tho county. Tho wages of some of the employes of tho Washington Navy Yard have bepn reduced. William Hunter, of Spring Mill, Pa., was drowned in the flood at that pluco yesterday. Leave of absence has been granted to all voters in tho Washington Navy Yard from Penn sylvania to go homo to vote. A prize-fight betweon Sam Colver, of Haiti more, and Charles Dougherty, of Richmond, Is expected to take place to-day. Thomas Dowling is in jail at Quincy, 111., charged with fraudulently obtaining :i000 from persons in Kansas City, Mo. milium 11. lionin, oi central city, v oio- rwln ia miino mul a biri'n rn'!ird in nfT12rc.fl ins discovery, ioiu piay uemg luarvu. Limna lli-rn.-Ti .r I .rt rtr Tnur Vnrt twiVA jiiiriil suit against b isk ana uouiu lor yz.tvw,- 000, the amount lost by a sale of. $7,000,000 of go'.d to tho latter parties. Jtoreitfo Altiiirn. Napoleon was ut tho races at Boulogne on Sunday. Father Hyacintho is threatened with major excommuueation. Kx-King Fcrdiuand, of Portugal, is, it is said, a caudidate for tho Spanish throno more likely than any others to succeed. It is asserted in Madrid that the United States Government has resolved to desist lroin any in terposition In Cuban affairs. The Cortes have reassembled, and propose to suspend the bill of Individual Rights until tho new Kepublienn insurrection is subdued. THE FLOOD. Tlie Torrent In New York, Penn lvunln, Dclawnre, and lllary-land-Vast Ifumnjie to JVIilN lug l'ropcrtii'M, I'arms, nnd Citie liatest Telejrrnplilc lar ticnlai'H. PENNSYLVANIA. Spring Mill, five miles below Norristown, Oct. 4. The river at this point has receded two feet from tho highest point, which was sixteen feet above its regular water-mark, or two fee higher than tho great freshet of 185. The destruction of private property is immense. A woman at Norristown, in endeavoring to secure floating timber, fell in tho river, and two per eons, a man and a woman, iu trying to reseuo here were drawn in tho current aud tho three were drowned. The property of tho Navigation Company is comparatively safe, as no dams or locks were torn away from the upper cud of the line down as far as Conshouoeken, with the ex ception of one stop-gate. Four loaded boats at Norristown will lay high and dry when tho water recedes. The Norris town Railroad is badly under water, as is also the Reading Railroad some three miles, but J. 8. 1 lilies, assistant superintendent, is on hand with a heavy force of laborers, sullicient to re pair any damage in a very few hours after tho water recedes. The coal trade will not remain Idle over two days unless tho mines are drowned out above. At three o'clock, the river was ris ing rapidly at Pottstown, which is supposed to be the water from the upper end just coming down. HARRiSBrna, Oct. 4. The rain ceased last night. There is no great freshet in this imme diate vicinity, but there is great datnngo east and south of hero. Several bridges between llarrisburg and Philadelphia, on tho Pennsyl vania Central and Philadelphia aud Reading Railroads, are reported washed away. Also, between llarrisburg and Baltimore the damage was severe. The Susquehanna is rising rapidly, but no fears are entertained of a disastrous Hood. N.EW Hope, Oct. 4. The Delaware division' of tho canal is badly damaged In three places, the embankment torn out iu one place, and two aqueducts washed away. It will take several weeks to repair the damages. Scranton, Oct. 4. Heavy rains have fallen for the past forty-eight hours. No trains arrived on the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad. Tho Delaware, Lackawanna and Wei-tern road has also suspended running. Air embankment 1200 feet long, at Bell's bridge, was washed out. Several minor breaks arc reported between Scranton. and Stroudsburg. Heavy gangs of men are at work all along tlio line. There was a great freshet at Mauch Chunk. Twenty boats went ovjr the dam. Tho Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company's rolling mills suspended work on account of" the high water. Readino, Oct. 4. The freshet in tho Schuyl kill valley to-day was tho nu st disastrous Bineo , that of 1850, doing but little less damage to pro perty. The rain commenced heavily at about 3 o'clock on Sunday morniug, and fell without ln- . tcrniipsion until tho same time this morning, wheifslx and three-quarter Inches had descend ed. Two-thirds of this quantity fell oil Sunday night, the rain pouring in torrents from about 10 o'clock At 1 o'clock tills morning tho fall was tho heaviest for years, producing a perfect roar upon tho roofs of houses. The effect was im mediately apparent upon the Schuylkill, which rose rabidly on Sunday ulbt und this morning. At 11 o clock It reached twenty-two feet ubove its ordinary level, some three" feet less than in 1850. The rise from to 11 was at tho rate of Hbont a foot an hour. Fortuuatcly the great rlso occurred in the daytime, or loss of life might have been tho result. No person was druwued. nt any point near hero, so far as heard from, though many were rescued at considerable peril. The lower part of the city wns completely sub merged, and some seven dwelling houses were carried away. The cpnn nf the Lancaster Bridge was swept off by floating canal boats, and lodged upon Jfritz Island, about R U-Ue below the city, 0 span of Poplar Neck Bridge, three miles below the town, was also destroyed by the same means. So far as known, these are all the bridges be tween Norristown and Pottsvllle that have suf fered seriously. A number of boats lying at the dry-docks of tho Schuylkill Navigation Com pany were swept away. The damage along the river front of the ctty will be impossible to ascertain fully before tho water subsides to its ordinary level, but it is very great. Tho lumber yards suffered, and also several of the iron works. At the gas works the fires In the retorts were put out, and tho mains leadii.g into tho city were filled with water, owing to tho wrenching oil of the lamp posts by passing timbers. For the first time since the freshet of 1850 the city was without gas, and the streets presented a gloomy appearance, the stores nearly all closing at dark. It is believed that the gas supply will be resumed to-morrow evening. Many families have lost heavily in furniture, and some are en tirely homeless. Tlio Mayor has called a town meeting on Wednesday night for their relief. The scene along tho river front this morning was pitiful. Tho telegraph lino of tho Schuyl kill 'avigation Company was swept away. The superintendent was unable to get much infoi ination to-day In regard to the condition of navigation, but it Is known that none of the dams or bridges above Reading were carried .... i i .1 away, ana unit mo canai is iiiiuijiuuu nuuvu. An absurd despatch was received here, stating that about seventy-live feet of the bank, in what 1 known as Mitchell's level, below Schuylkill Haven, was carried away. The two feet water main from Barnhart's dam, the main water sup ply of the city, was severed by tho breaking of au old dam below the former. A now brick house In tho upper portion of the city whs woslied down, and the culverts all over the town were torn up and cellars filled. Rail road travel was interrupted in every direction excepting on the Reading Road from hero to Pottsville. We hare had ho railroad communi cation with Philadelphia all day, in consequence of the track being submerged for some miles below Norristown. The Philadelphia, Bending, and rottsvillo Telegraph line is also carried away ut tills place. The morning trains down to-day returned this evening from Norristown. Five small bridges are eaid to be washed away on tho East Penn sylvania Railroad betwcen"here and Allentown. "At Rubesonia, on tho Lebanon Valley Rail road, five miles from Reading, a bridgo aud some three hundred teat ot the track were washed away, but the damage was repaired, tho morning train from llarrisburg being delayed only about half an hour. It is said that tho railroad travel will bo" open to-morrow ugaiu in all directions. The water fell to-day almost as rapidly as It had risen, and by this" hour, midnight, has got down some ten feet. No further damajjc is ap prehended. Bethlehem, Oct. 4. The heavy and con tinuous rains of Saturday night, yesterday, and last night, have caused tlio greatest freshet ever known in this section. As early as two o'clock this morning, the residents on Second street, South Bethlehem, were aroused from their slumbers by the rushing of waters into the cellars and basements of their dwellings, and in a short time the water filled the street, and the lower portions of all tho buildings. At eight o'clock tho Lehigh river had risen 11 feet and contiuued to rise till 4 P. M., when it reached a point 10 feet above low water mark. About ten o'clock au old gentleman nnd lady, who attempted to cross from the canal brilge to the Lehigh bridge in a carriage, had a very nar row escnpc froin drowning, by the overturning of llio vehicle. They were rescued with great difficulty. The damage to property Is Immense. The Lehigh Zinc Company's row of houses were completely flooded nnd badly damaged. Peysert's store Is submerged. Tho cellar of GaufT's Hotel is also flooded. Tho store, cellar, and lower lloor of a building on Philadelphia road, known ns Five Points, Is under water, und the goods badly damaged. The water has been falling siuco 4 P. M., and is now several feet lower. Ai.i.r.NTOWN, Oct. 4. There is a terrible freshet iu this region. All the streams are swol len, and ovcrilow their banks to a greater extent than in 1841 or in 18H2. The rolling mills and manufacturing establishments on tho river banks are idle, owing to the water having Hooded them to a great, depth. No Information can bo re ceived from any point north of Catasauquu, owing to the washing away of tho Lehigh Valley Railroad and telegraph lines. Tho water works supplying this city have been stopped and considerably damaged. The supply from the works is smaller now than at any time during tho dry term. During the day it has been impossible to reach either tho rail road depot or go into the country. The bridge crossing the Little Lehigh at this place was washed off the abutmeuts and carried away. The Jordan creek rose to about nineteen feet, running over the tops of the arches of Hamilton street bridge. The largo Island of sixty acres is submerged to the depth of fifteen or sixteen feet, and the truck thereon is a total loss. No lives aro reported lost, all tho Inmates of the inundated houses having escaped in time. The. freshet attained a heitrht of over twentv- one feet. The lumber in tho yards of David N. Taylor, below New Street Bridge, consisting of a large stock of newly-sawed stuff and seasoned lumber, was washed away. Loss not less, than 87000.. The Monocacy creek ia very high and about five times its usual width, covering fields and surrounding houses, barns, etc., all tho way from here to Bath, where it washed away the. dwelling-house of L. Barber, the family barely escaping. The tannery -J Bodder &, Bro. damaged to tho amount of 5'JOOO. Foundry of William Evans damuged to tho amount of $'3000. Several of the railroad bridges below Bath were carried of. The bridge across the Lehigh, at Catasauqua, was ulfcO washed away. DELAWARE. Wilmington, Del. Oct. 4-10 P. M This has been the greatest flood in tho Brandy wine since 18o0. Three thousand barrels of Uour were de stroyed In the Brandywluo Mills, belonging to Lea & Sons nnd Price fe Co. Fifty cords of wood were washed oil the Walnut street wharf, and coal and wood from Allmond's wharf. At half-uast 9 this morning tho banks of tho creek gave way above Eleventh street, and eight houses were Hooded, I lie inmates escaped in bouts. At 3 o'clock P. M. the water was on a level with the second stories of the houses near tho water. A largo quantity of coal and timber were swept away from tho whnrf, belonging to Jackson A: Sharp. The water is now subsiding. NEW VOlt K. -v' New York. Oct. 4. Despatches from Pough keepeie and Hudson state that travel on the Har lem. Hudson River, and Hudson and Boston Railroads is seriously interrupted. Culverts aud bridges have been swept away, and In some places tho road-beds have been washed away by the freshet. The trains are all detained At Hudson beveral brickyards were badly damaged. Fritz's paper mill, the store house of Ilarder's woollen mllls.and tho dam at Philmout were car ried away. The bridges on the turnpikes lead ing out "of towu were destroyed, and tho roads overflowed. A construction train on the Hudson Railroad fell into a broken cwlvert. Tho engine was badlv damaged and several laborers Injured. A i hanv, Oct. 4. The storm has caused great dauingo lu this city, tearing up pavements, bursting sewers, etc. Tho city loses, at a low estimate, SO, 000. In many streets the water was forced Into cellars and. basements, dolug great damage. Buildings unfinished were Hooded and destroyed. During tlio storm a sewer iu Elk street gave way while a horse and wagon with three persons wwc passing over It, und they were all precipi tated ten feet into tho sewer. A boy, -named Peter Jones, was fatally injured. A brUk stable erecteiUu llmbon by Johu Ehel was so badly damaged that It will have to be demolished. A laudclido occurred on tho Susquehanna Railroad near Norman's Kill, aud a culvert wa. carried away near Esperanco. ,, A bad break has occurred on tho four-mile level on tho Erie Canal, aud part of tho aqueduct hu be n carried nwnv. At Hoffman's ferry the river commenced rl&h'g at au early hour aud continued all day. The water this evening was over tho docks and still rising. Whitb Hall, Oct. 4. The streams have over flowed their banks, greatly damaging the corn and potato crops. Breaks are reported in the canal at various places. At Fort Ann the water overflowed the marsh east of the village, and Julius Lessor, while endeavoring to cross the rond, was drowned with his team. Several bridges on the Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad were swept away, and the track also washed oat In several places. Tho bridges aro gone on the Rutland and Washington Railroad. Saratoga, Oct. 4. Tho freshet here Is doing considerable damage in the streets, and in the country bridges and roads are washed away. ScnENECTADV, Oct. 4. The rain caused much damage in this section. Several dams In the suburbs of the city have gone. The flats aro submerged, and tho main streets of tho city are under water. Tho Mohawk river U ten feet above low water mark. The Eric Canal Is in a very bad condition. There are two breaks on tho four-mile level, five miles west of this city, and also a portion of the aqueduct is gouo on the seven-mile level. The country in that neighborhood is Inundated: nnd will take two weeks to repair damages. The trains on the New York Central going west aro wnter-bor.nd here. Tho track for six miles west of this city is under water,aud a portion of the culvert is gone. WASHINGTON. WASniNOTON. Oct. 5.-The heavy rain of Sunday damaged property to a considerable ex tent in this city and tho surrounding country, particularly near water-courses. Tho Northern railroad train due nt daylight arrived at ! A. M. The rain was unprecedented for its violence. The canal banks were overflowed, and tho lower stories of houses adjacent flooded. The foot bridges over the caual and elsewhere In tho city wcro washed away, and several new houses damaged owing to" undermining by the water. The sewers were also injured, and hi several cases the ground caved in. -The effects of the storm ore seen in all directions. About midnight tho whole reserve of tho Seventh precinct was called out to go to the assistance of families In Pnrdy's conrt, near Pennsylvania avenue and First street, tho water having overflowed into the court, and to rescue somo of tho women and children the ofilcers wcro obliged to wado up to their necks. Tho families were carried to places of safety, nnd in one or two instances tho re moval was extremely hazardous. None of the houses were lloated off, but somo few articles of furniture were carried away in the flood. The shanties bordering on tho Tihor, back of the railroad station, were overflown, out the inmates, mostly colored people, got away with their furniture. Three colllns were washed down the Tiber, and lodged near Adams Ex press ollice, opposite the station, which pro bably were washed away from some burial place. The storm In Georgetown was heavy, and the damage to property considerable. Tiio bridges over Kock creek were stveptaway, also fences, frame shanties, and everything of a lloating nature on its banks. The" limekilns were en tirely submerged. The proprietors lost largo quantities of lime. The buildings at one of tho kilos caught fire from the slacked lime. The canal company's mud machine, and the machine belonging to the Government, wcro swept down the creek and over thedam Into the river. A large iron boiler which was on the scow belonging to the foundry, was washed somo distance down, and passing under tho lower end of K street bridge, struck the iron stringer on the north side, aud bent it inwards somo inches. It took away about fifteen feet of the liricks and railing on the wharf used by the Maryland Mining Company. This morning a colored niau, sexton at Christ Church, Georgetown, while en gaged in catching drift-wood' nt the paper mill bridge, accidentally fell in nnd was swept down the current. There was much damago in George town, owing to tlio rise In the Potomac river. Merchants on Water street to-day removed their goods out of tho reach of tho water in case the Hood from the upper Potomac should be heavy. The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal broke, just above tho cabin of John Calvert, and tho steam pneket that started up this morning was obliged to return to Georgetown. Hie steamer Pioueer, Captain Cnthcart, ran ashore above tho aqueduct bridge and is leaking badly. Tbero is a coal boat running on tho Philadelphia line. Blodensburg was ngnin inundated last night, the Eastern branch rlsinghigher than ever before known, and in somo parts of tho burg tho upper stories of houses were ..flooded aud lirldges im passable. The New York trains duo hero at an early hour did not arrive until niue o'clock A. M., in consequence of a few feet of tho track of the road near tho Gunpowder bridge having been washed awny, and a detention In Baltimore, be cause of tho Pratt street bridge being thought unsafe. The engineer discovered the gap near Gunpowder just in time to prevent a serious ac cident, nnd the damage was soon repaired. THE NEW ALABAMA, . Iter Arrival nt Fcrnnndina. Savannaii, Oct. 4. Tho Morning News has a report from Florida of the arrival of the steam ship Alabama at Fernandina, on Friday night, from New York, with four hundred men, in cluding sixty officers, for the Cuban expedition, now rendezvousing on the Gulf coast. Tho men were immediately put aboard the cars aud sen t to Cedar Keys, where steamers await thorn. Two hundred men arrived at Baldwin, Florida, from Savannah, on Saturday night, supposed to bo a portion of the command now organizing in Middle Georgia. Her Seizure. Wilmington, Oct. 4. The privateer Hornet, alias Cuba, appeared off SmitUvllle, on Saturday evening, flying tho Cuban colors. It has been definitely ascertained that she has JJOO men and 80 officers aboard, tho majority of tho latter being ex-Confederates. Her armament constat of eight heavy guns. Yesterday sho anchored insido tho bar, and sent tho engineer and purser to tho city to Kccui e a supply of coal, that taken aboard oil New York not being adapted to quick move ments. Suspicions being soon aroused, the offi cers, after engaging a supply of coal, returned to tho vessel without making arrangements to get the coal aboard. They left this city last night, about twelve o'clock, for Sinithville, thirty-five miles below tho city, in small row boats. Collector of Customs Reemly chartered the steam-tug Alpha, this morning, at 4 o'clock, and having placed in the hands of tho Deputy United State Marshal a warrant issued by tho United States Commissioner, placed him on board with part of tho customs force, with orders to detain the privateer until further orders. Colonel Frank, commanding tho United States troops at Smithville, was expected to co-operate with the Deputy Marshal, and with force, if ne cessary. The Alpha has not yet returned. Fur ther intelligence will be telegraphed immediately on her arrival. The officers who visited the city w ere very bold and conflden, insisting that there 1b no process by which tho privateer can bo le gally detained. The eveut creates much excite mcut aud comment. Later, The Cuba was seized by the Deputy VJnltcd Slates Marshal at Smlthvlllo, at la o'clock to day, brought up to this city, and anchored half a mllo below. Tho officers are now iu the city, and are positive in their declarations that there is no pretext under which sho can be detained by the authorities any longer than necessary to have investigation of the armament and crew. The Cuba Is a formidable vessel, and represented to have great speed. She is short of coal and provisions now, aud her machinery is consider ably deranged. row. utifinn ANTON V VIclrlAIIONi No. COKNTIK8 SLIP, New York. No. IS SOUTH WHAHVK.S. Philadelphia. No. 45 W. PRATT Street, Baltimore. Ve f re vrprfri to ship every description of Fre1rr)t Philadelphia, hew York, Wilmington, and intermediate r Dints with promploeaa and deapatohl OanjU Boa If "'1 ItNUit-tuga luruiahed at li few teat BoUoa, jibt MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional ttartn line m First Poo. ALMANAO FOR PHILADELPHIA-TIILS DAY. Bun Rims 6'IK) I Mooif Rkts... Bin Bits.. 8(1 1 Jiimi Watkb 1 64 PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADK. T B. Hoon, ) O. J. Hort maw, J OoMurrrct o th Mouth. Thomas U. Hand, ) COUMITTK1C on AnnrrRATions. J. O. Jmfs, 0orKe L. Buihr, K A. Bonder, William W. Pnl, Thoi. L. Gillmpie. mOVKiUKNTg OP OCKAN 8TEAMHIIIPI. FOR AM ER1UA. Ballon. ...London New York Rapt. 11 Iowa (il&Hgow New York Bept. 17 H r men Harre New York Sept. IS Taril Liverpool New York Kept. 31 1 Diiland Liverpool... ..New York Sept. 21 kUnhxUn. Liverpool ....New York BepU ItriUnma. OlaKgow New York Kept. 84 Klna Liverpool.. ...New York via Hal... Sept. 2. l.alayutt Brest New York. ..Kept, itt FOR KUKOPK. Oi of N. York.. New York. ...Liverpool. Westphalia.. ...New York. ...Hamburg.. Nebraska New York.. ..Liverpool . Cuka New York.. ..Liverpool. i Uiio Halt imore.... Bremen ... Malta New York. ...Liverpool.. O. of Brooklyn.. New York.. ..Liverpool. ..Oct. ..OvX. ..Oct. ..OoU ..Oot. ..Oct. ..Hot. ..Oct. ..Oct. ..Oct. ..Oct. JlelK na new York. ... loniion.. U.ol Yi ashinKtonNew York. O.ofl-ork .New York. ,.I jverpool .Liverpool, via Hal .Ijonilnn AUlanta New York. UOAB'l'WlHK, DOMfcSTIO, Km Alaska. New York. ...Atpinwail Philarla Oliarleaton .Oct. .Oct. .Oct. .Oct. Prometheus. KiiRle Tnnawanda.. Pioneer Juniata Meriiroack.. New York.. ..Havana, via Nm. . Philala.. ..Havannaa... ..Wllinmeton ...Philarla... ....Puilarin... Oct. ..New Orleans. Oct. .New Y urk. .. Kio Janeiro Oct. Mails are forwarded tl ever? steamer in the resnlarhnea. The steamers for or from Liverpool cull at Ouoenstown.ox cept the Canadian line, which oall at Londonderry. The steamers for or from the Continent call at Boat tmiupton. CLKARKD YF.8TKRDAY. Steamer R. Willing, (JuntlifT, Ilitltimore, A. Groves, Jr. titeiimer Mayflower, l-'ultz. New York. W. P. C'lvdo A Uo. tji )n U A. BurlinKamo, LurliUKnmo, Boston, Wold, Na'lo A t'r,. Pchr Wave Crest, Davis, Roxbtiry, Blakiston, OraetT A Co. (Schr Kdw. Woolen, Younv, Northpori, do. Bi'lirHarnb A. lloilmun, Hoffman, ltoaton, do. hehr O. B. Wood, (iandy, Obelsna, do. Bclir Isabella Thompson. Kndicott, Alexandria, do. hi hr Morning Light, Ireland, Richmond, do. Bitrse K. l'avies. Kelly, i'lermont, do. Unrre R. P. Cnhill, Moore, New York, do. Ilarce W. H. Bowno, Kltoo, W Sitchester, N. T.. do. Harte Lonch l oyle. Ouwley, New Y'ork, do. Tog Commodore, Wilson, Havre-de-Urace, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clydo A Co. Tug Hudson, Nicholson, Baltimore, with a tow of barges, W. P. Clyde A Co. ARRIVED "VKBTERDAY. Btoamship Roman, Hours, 4s hours from Boston, with mdse. to 11. Winsor A Co. Passengers Mr. Hiinnah Prehlo and two sons: Mrs. t'.Knowlos; Miss Kliza Clark ; Messrs. J. Sheehy, M. B. Kenney, O. F. Tinker, Goodwin, N. Crowoll, W. F. Prosser, Griffin, J. Sullivan. S. Tbomp son. Above the Buoy on the Middle, saw brig J. Hiok more, from Si. John, N. B., nt anchor; olf Morris Liston's, shw brig Hermes, from Porto Cahello.atancuor; oil Heedy lsliind, a brig ut anchor, name unknown j saw a large lleet of outwnrd bound vessels in the bay. Kleamer M. Massoy, Smith, 2t hours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Baird A Co.- Steamer 8. V. Phelps, Brown. 24 hours from New York, witli mdse. to W. M. Buird A Co. Steamer Anthracite, Green, S4 hoars from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Baird A Co. Steamer A. fl. Stimcrs, Knox, 24 hours from New York, with mdse. to W. P. Clydo A Co. Steamer Vulcan, Morrison, 24 hours from Now York, with mdse. to W. M. Baird A Co. Br baroue Busy, Louden, tid.-ivs from Norfolk, with rail road ties to S. S. Scattergood A Co. Brig John W'ulth, Jr., Mundny, 9 days from Sagua, with Biiptr and molasses to H. A W. W elsli. Brig Catawba, Henvvner, from Boston. Tug Thomas Jefferson, Allen, from Baltimore, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co. Tug Chesapeake, Verriliow, from TIavre-de-Graoe, with a tow of barges to W. P. Clyde A Co. Sprriul llrfifiiiirh to Th Erenitifj TtUgrnph. Havre i.e Gkact, Md., Oct. 6. Yesterday's tow lert here this mormng. There is a strong current, in the river, jot no dnmaiio done except a lew suud bars in the caual. Wo think navigation will be returned to morrow. I1V TTXEfllUPH. Lewkh, Del., Oct. 4. Passed in. brigs Capreia, from Cicnlucgos; J. Bickmore and Hermes, frcm Lagunyra; schr Adelaide, from St. John's. Tho pilot boat M. 11. Crinnell loft the Breakwater to dy ; nlbo, steamship .1. W. Evermun, lor Charleston; and stenmer Norfolk, for Richmond. Fatstd out, barques T. Heine, for Holland ; Madeira and Desibb. for Bremen : Cairo, lor Bristol, K. ; brigs Cuba, for London; Flla, for Nantes, Franco; and Confederation; schr Calhuiine Johu, for St. John, N. B. Wind N W. MEMORANDA. Rter.mshiD Fanita. Brooks, lumen, lit. New VnrV M Inof tenmiihip Jus. 8. Oroeu, Pace, for Philadelphia, sailod firm Richmond 2d inst. Barque Klgiu, lleuly, hence, at Wilmington, N. C, 1st Baique Cariuel, Webber, sailod from Malaga 13th ult. for Philadelphia-before reported for New Vork. Barque Andaman, Otia, for Philadelphia, sailed from Troon lntb ult. Barque Mary R. Mitford, Berry, hence for Stettin, at DwiiieilitJIIUO jru uil. Brig Kio Crsnde, Tracey, honoe Holmes' Hole P. M. 1st inst. i for Datniirisootta, passed Schr Lewis Audenried, of Philadelphia, sunk some months ago at Savunnah. has been raise I, and was towe l to Willink's shipyard IMhult., whore she will be almost entirely rebuilt and refitted. Schrs Annie May, May, and L. M. Koowhs, Cl.naents, uence, at naiem m uiu Scbr Clyde, Gage, henco, at Boston 1st inst. CARPET IN OS, ETO. j E W CARPETS. AXMINSTEBS, WILTONS, VELVETS, BRUSSELS, 3-PLYS AND I5TGRAINS, Venetiais, Druggets, Oil Cloths, Etc. LEE DOM & SHAW, No. 910 ARCH STREET, 8 29 Bmrp PHILADELPHIA. MEW STYLES va OF CARTETINGS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH, AT TOB LOWEST PRICES. JOSEPH BLACKWOOD, No. 832 ARCH STREET, 9 lm Two doors below Ninth, south sldo. FURNITURE. FURNITURE. T. & J. A. HENKELS, AT THEIR NEW ST0EE. 1002 ARCH STREET, Are now selling tlielr ELEGANT FURNITURE at very reduced prices. 9 29 8mrP . - W I R E WORK. GALVANIZED and Painted WIRE GUARDS, store IronU and windows, for factory an warehona. wlndowsf for churches and cellar windows. . IRON and WIRE RAILING?, for balconies, offlces cemetery and garden fences. Liberal allowance made to Contractors, Builders and Carpenters. All orders Ailed wltu promptnes and work guaranteed. ROBERT WOOD & CO., 1 8 stutliom No. UM RIDGK Avenue Phtia. RODC.ERS' AND YVOSTENIIOLM'S POCKET VNIVKH. Pearl and Stag Handles, of beautiful HoikI, TKOIKirilWandVADnI BUTOIIKR'8 RAZORS, aSd lh. celebrated LEOOLTRK RAZOR SUlSbOUS oi --nrt 2.Z!: hoi-.... a.aJ'al.lo Outl-ry Ground and Foliauedat P. MAUKUU. A J AV AAV Hf AfcAl A VQkf blow Cnaasutt AMUSEMENT 8. JURLINGTON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR AT MOUNT HOLLY, N. J. On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, Octobor 6 and 6, Trains will leave Philadelphia from Markol Street Forry, upper side, at 7, 8, and 10 A.M. and 316, 8 30, 5, and 6 W P.M. Excursion Tickets, 80 oonls. W. II. GATZMF.R. 10 4 Ut ' ARi-nt. HOOP SKIRTS, ETO. 1115. HO P K I N 8' HOOP-SKIRT AND CORSET MANU FACTORY AND SALESROOMS, No. 1115 CBESNUT 6TREET. Onr CHAMPION RKIRTSbettrr and cheaper than all others. 19 to 60 spring. Mo. to 2 25. Onr Keystone rikirts, 20 to 6U springs, K. to 1'40; Now York made (Skirts, from SO to 40 aprinjrs, 45 to 75c. R. Werle? Corsets, S 60, t.TMl, $4 SO. Deckel Corsets, from $1 to 7. Thomson's "Glove-fitting" Corsets, from $SUU to $&. Mrs. Moody's patent sclf-adjnsting abdominal support ing Corsets, from (3 to $7 highly recommended by phy sicans, and should be eiamincd by every lady. Over 40 other varieties of Corsets, from 75o. to $9 50. Skirts and Corsets made to ordor, altered and repaired. WUOLKSALK AND RETAIL. 7 23 3m WILLIAM T. HOPKINS. WINDOW CLASS. "WINDOW GLASS." EVANS, SHARP & CO., KO. 613 MARKET STREET, Are dally receiving shipments of Glass from Works, where tlicy are now making 10,000 feet iloy. They arc also receiving shipments of rKEIJCII WINDOW GLASS. Rough Tlate and Ribbed (ilasfl. Enamelled Stained, Engraved, and Uround Glass, which they oner at 9 25 3m LOWEST MARKET RATES. LUMBER. 18G9 SS 1809 II UNLOCK. ' II KM LOCK. 1 QfJO PKASONKI) CLIiAIt PI Mi -4 of lOU J 8EASONK1) CI.KAlt PINK. loUiJ CliOU'K PATTKHN PINIi SI'AMSU CKOAH, l'Olt PATTERNS. RED CEDAIL 1 Q Ci FI- H,1)A FI- 1 K I no 7or 100 1) Il.OKIDA FLOOKINU. lc5Uii CAKOLINA FI.OOKI.NO. V1KOINIA FI.OOKINO. DELAWARE FLOOKINU. A.II FLOOUINN. WALNUT FI.OOKINO. FLORIDA STEP HOARDS. KAIL 1'LANK. 1 ClU WALNUT HOARDS AND PLAMI 0A 1 0 O U WALK UT l!OA It J is AND 1'LAN'K. 1 0 U V WALNUT HOARDS. WALNUT l'LANK. "IRTtCl UNDERTAKERS' LVMKER. jo-.n lDOtJ UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER. lOOU RED CEDAR. . WALNUT AND PINE. 18G1) SMHIJhl) FOI'LAR. - QPA SEASONED CHERRY. lOU.) ash. WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS. HICKORY. ' 1869 CIGAR BOX MAKERS' -iOnf CIOAR BOX .MAKERS' I h! t SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS. FOR SALE LOW. 18G9 CAROLINA SCANT LINO. CAROLINA II. T. SILLS. NORWAY SCANTLING. 1869 1809 CEDAR SHINGLES. -i O'n CYPRESS Si I INI! I. EM. loOij MAULE, BROTHER .V CO., No. 'SOQ SOUTH Street 118 TJNITED bTATES BUILDERS MILL, F1FIEENTLT STREET, BELOW MARKET, ESLER & BROTHER, Proprietors. WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, ETO. BALUSTERS AND TURNING WORK. A Large Stock always on hand. ' 9 n 8ra TJANEL PLANK, ALL THICKNESSES. X 1 COMMON PLANK, ALL THICKNESSES 1 COMMON BOARDS. 1 and 2 KIDK FKNUK BOARDS. WHITE PINK. FLOORING BOARDS. YELLOW AD SAP PINK FLOOtllNGS, 1M and 4k SPRUCE JOIKT, ALL SIZKS. HEMLOCK JOIST, ALL 8IZFS. PLASTERING LATH A 8PKUIALTV. Together with a general aBsort mcnt of Ituildinor Lum- bey, tor sale low for cah. T. W. 8MALTZ, 8 ib Em r ll'TKKHTH and STILES Strouts. L UMBER UNDER COVER, ALWAYS DRY. Walnnt, White Pine, Yellow Pine, Spruce, nem lock, Shingles, etc., always on hand at low rates. wAtson a gillingiiam, 8 295 No. 924 RICIIMOND Street, 18th ward. ROOFINQ. READY ROOFING. Tbia Rooting ia adapted to all buildings, It can auplled to VV BTEEP OR FLAT ROOKS at one-half the expense of tin. It is readily put on oU Shinvle Roota without removing the aliinglea, thus avoid ing the damaging of ceilings and luruilure while under gnine rrpira. (No gravel used.) PRESERVE YOUR TIN ROOKS WITH WELTON1 KLANTIO PAINT. I am always prepared to Repair and Paint Roofs at shor1 notice. Also, PAINT FOR SALE by the barrel or gallon the bust and cheapest In the market. W. A. WELTON, 17 No. 711 N. NINTH Street, above Ooatea. TO OWNEK8, ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS, 1. AND ROOFERS. Roofs! Yea. yes. Every size and kind, old or new. At No. 543 N. THIRD Street, the AME RICAN CONCRETE PAINT AND ROOK COMPANY are selling their celebrated paint for TIN ROOKS, and for preserving all wood and motals. Also, their solid com plex roof co ering, the best ever offered to the public, with brushes, cans, buckets, etc., for the work. Anti vermin, Fire, and Waterproof; Light, Tight, Durable. No crack ing, i.ealing, or ahrinking. No paper, gravel, or heat. Good for all climates. Directions given for work, or good work men supplied. Care, promptness, certainty! One price! Call! Examine! Judge! Agenta wanted tor interior counties. 4 2HU JOSEPlLEEDSJPrinolpal. OARPENTEIHS AND BUILDERS. fja R. THOMAS & CO., DSALSHS D) Doors, Blinds, Sash, Shutters WINDOW FRAMES, ETC., N. W. OORNKB OF EIGHTEENTH and MARKET Street. 9 is 8m PHILADELPHIA. PIANOS. ALBRECnT, RIKKK8 A SCHMIDT," MANUrAUTUUKUa or FIR8T4JLA88 P1ANO-FORTB& Full oarantee and moderate prioea. tt WARRKOOMB. No-HIO AROH (Ureal. MATS AND OAPS. WJ WARBURTONS IMPROVED VENTI- fcA luted and easy fitting Dress Hats (patented), in all the improved fanbions of the seaaon. CllEbNUT Street, unit door to the Punt Oiliue. . U lit rpt EMPIRE 8LATE MANTEL WORKS. J. B JOUKS, Ha. Sla0CttJONUT buaefc lUwiut AMU8EMENT8. TRIUMPHAL RETURN X OK TUB GRKAT EUROPEAN CTROtTS. THE LAKGH8T CIKCU8 ON THIS CONTNFNP,' FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY. ON THE ILLUMINATED GROUNDS. EIGHTH fiTKKRT. HKI WK.KN RACK AND VINE, 1 WO GRAND PERFORM A NOES EACH DAY, 21 and 7; P. M. DOOFB OPEN AT II AND 7 O'CLOCK. The P rformannrs am luliy prnal to the splendors of thw tieet display. THE OELEHKA TED ARTISTES from the principal arena and hippodromes of Europe. Vr. THOMAS WAlSiiN, Principal Pad Rider: Mr.' JAMES E. COOKE, tli great lper and I .mr Horxa Killer; IKKDhKlCK WAT.NON. it, Ins principal Act of IlotMnmnship ; SH APPY AM) WHITNEY, U10 during Traprzlptfiand Gmnast 'H A HLES SANDS, tho Cham, t.icn Inn.bler: HAM LONG, the groat Clown; FRANK VII i'l TAKER, the Man ot Wit. Humor, an 1 Sentiment : ( HAKLES CONRAD AND HIS TALENTED SONS (I biirlra nnd llrnrvl in their Acmbatio Koata; M'LLK CAhl.O'lTA I)K IIEKG, I n nilnre K(ijenln. nne of tha world; M'ME C EC ILK WATSHM Sen 10 Eil'l latrionne: mm if r.Annr. 1 1 r. WATSUft, t-nvlinti Kquentrienna (Irom Astlry's, London): M'lle II KNRIlUEs, t bo during H istwoninn: Mini liHACE hKI.LAIU. from the) Albumbra Palace, London ; Mint AM ANDA I.ERIOM. friin the Anglo-American Ctr.-nn M'lle JOSKPHINK, Kpei ial Favorite of Europe; Miss JENNIE tT. CLAIR, frcni lhe lioyal Hippodrome, Parli, V it h the other Ridom. Vmi tern. Gymnnste, Lady and Gen- 1 b' nun Pcrt'onniM-H, rto. MIL PIERCE, THE CK.LTt.K ATED LION TAMER. WILL KNTEH THE DEN OF WILD LIOVS at the clone of each puriormance, and feed them in th presence of the Biidiotico. HEMEMKKK! REMEMBER!! A PERFORMANCE EYRKl AFTERNOON!! A PKUKOHMANCE EVERY N'OHTI ADMISSION HFTY CENTS. Children under ten (KM yearn, Twenty-Ova Cents. , J HE KIHHr (;HAM XTK.ERT PARlDK will ha given THIS (MONDAY) MORNINO, leaving the F,7:'inJlJ.",tj!1 A- M and wiIlpiiasth-ouKhMARiCET nnd CH EhNUT Streets. Duo notice ol the Second Parado will ba given with the root e. 'lhe PARADE will not Uko place TO-DAY The first fair Day. 1(1 4 tf REFORMATION JUBILEE GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. MONDAY EVENING, O. t.iber W. at 7 1, o'clock. ..".,lS,ki1.Un"nK,IT",e,het;H,'1' FAIR, tooeholdat HOKTICl LTE HAL HALL during tho lat two wnek of MANTJWN,'(1 f lh U11'UAfS' "OME AT UER His Honor the Mayor, DANIEL M. FOX, will preside. GRAND CHORITS OF &! VOICES, AN ORCHESTRA OF 4n PEHKOHMFRS. . r. '' 'A11 YOUNU MiUNNKRUtlOK of Philadelphia,' A Ilrass liand of 111 InHtruiiieiitn, bo Orphan Children tram the Home, iw v rvrciiri. L'hildroii of tae Sundny Schools." mi Vu G F LK, Yi (nd net or. I ho Choruses will lie ren.lorcil by iiininhere of too Han V.pl and Haydn, Mendelsohn, Went Philadelphia Choral. Vocal I num. andotlier societies. A Festival Ode, arranged eipreasly for tho 00 'anion, will rniplny in its finale tho lull luice of nearly 7oo PER. rOl.MrKh, Alniiiion,76; Puninet, ProKS Circle and Italcony, $lj Urserved Scats, Ijil oii; Family Circle and Amphitheatre. 6u cunts. Rctrrvcd Seats niny bo secured on and after Monday Cetober 11, at W. H. Uoni-r A Co.'s Musio Storo, No. Hui I hesrut trcct. A few choice Seats wlil be sold by subscription at fl2'M and 1(5 on October 4, 6, and 6, Irom 4 to 8 P. M., ut No. 4:t Wainut stroet. 10 24t AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC.Z 1 PAREPA-H"SA ENOLISII OPERA. CARL ROSA, C. D. HESS A CO., Proprietors nnd Directors P. rK VIVO l'.iismeBs Manager THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Kecund Opera Nih-. (SON N A M HE LA . SON N A M 11 U LA. Debut of M if s ROSE HERSEE, tho young successful Piima Donna Soprano, in her oolobratod cliaiMeter of A M I NA, with Mr. W. CASTLE as Elvinn: Mr. A LA CHANCE as Count Rudolph, and Miss STOCKTON as Lisa. Conductor Mr. ANTHONY RKIFF TO-MORROW, Wedno.i'luy, for th first time in this city, Bulfo's roniKiitic nnd channin onsra. THE PURITAN'S DAUGHTER, M'mo PAKEPA-ROSA as Mary Wolf. THURSDAY-THK BOHEMIAN (ilRr. JR1 DAY THU PLHITAN S DAUGHTEt. SATURDAY FIRST GRAND MATINEE. SATURDAY NIGHT A FAVORITE OPERA. Adniiftion to Paninet, Dress Circle, anil Balcony $1 Reserved Seats $150 I Family Circle fO cents Gallery. 25 centr Scuts for any night can bo secured at tho Aoa-. demy and at Trumplor's Musio Store, No. Choenut ttreut. WALNUT 8T. THEATRE BEGINS AT 75. THIS (Tncsduy) K.VKNINO. Oct. 5. MR. EDWIN BOOTH In John Howard Payne's tragedy of BRUTUS. BRUTUS .. EDWIN BOOTH WEDNESDAY, Shakespeare's Tragedy, in Ave acts, of uj nr.LLU, TAOO EDWIN BOOTH THURSDAY Bulwer's Historical Play, in live acts, ot ulf'Ub I ii;it " CARDINALRICHEl.lEU. EDWIN BOOTH oj x uivisa x , 1 uiiu iMMiiii -ii.'iiinee. THE LA l)Y OF LYONS. LAURA K K E N E'8 CHFSNUT STREET THEATRE. OUR AMERICAN COUSIN, witnessed but week by CROWDED AND DELIGHTED ASSEMBLAGES. PLOKENuK TRENCH ARD (her original charioter), LAURA REKNE, Assisted by the new Company. Dirn Bcueicault's eelebr.ted Drama, writtten expretsl fer Miss E cone, entitled HUNTED DOWN, and T. W. ltobertbon's comedy of HOME will shortly be pro. duccd. Seats secured six days in advance. 1 leers open at 7; commences at hi to 8. MRS. JOHN DREW'S ARCH STREE1' THEATRE. Begins hi to 8. HOUSES CIUAVDKD TO THE ROOF. PRONOUNCE"! SUCCESS. SECOND WEEK OF FORMOSA; CP, THE RAILROAD TO RUIN. With new scenes, tine effects, and efficient east, c'.udiiitf MRS. JOHN DREW. FORMOSA EVERY MIGHT. Beats secured six days in advance. IOX'S AMERICAN THEATRE, 1 WALNUT STREET. N EW COMPANY. NEW FEATURES. MARIE ZOEL, FERNANDO FLEURY, MAGGIE BOWERS, HUGHBS BROS., TWO NEW BALLETS. DE ROSA, ETO. New Sensationsl Drama THE PATH OF CRIME. , Matinee on SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock. ATEW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA 1 HOUSE, ELEVENTH Street, above Chesnut. THE FAMILY RESORT. CAPNCROSS A DIXEY'8 MINSTRELS, the great Star Troupe of the world, in their nnequallei ETHIOPIAN SOIREES, BEAUTIFUL BALLADS, SONGS, OPERATIC SELECTIONS, and LAUGHABLE BURLESQUES EVERY EVENING. J. L. CARNCROSS, Manager. R. F. SIMPSON, Treasurer. SltTem VALER'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTEP GARDEN Nos. 720, 723, TM, and 72tf VINE Street THE GRAND ORCHESTRION, formerly the proper! of the GRAND DUKE OF BADEN, purchased at great ex pease by J A COB VAI.KR.of this oily, in combination with ELAMER'S ORCHESTRA and Miss NK.LL1U AN DK.HSWN, will perform KVKRY AFTERNOON anf EVENING at the above-montioned plaoa. Adinissio? free. llatT 700DLANDS CEMETERY COMPANY. T T The following Munagera and Officer have been el ted for the year IKtW:- " F.Ll a.. fKtCK, resident. William H. Moore, William W. Keen, Ferdinand J. Dreer, George L. Bnzby, Eiauiuei o. moon, Gillies Dallett, jLuwin oreuie, Secretary and Treasurer. .IOSKPU IC TOWTJRRNTV 11. a. Knigut. The Managers have passed a resolution requiring both Lot-holders sod Visitors to present ticket at the eutranca for admihsion to the Cemetery. 'Tickets may be had at tba Oftice of the Cnany, No. kU ARUIi Street, or of any ot the Manager. I DRUGS, PAINTS, ETO. JOBEKT SHOEMAKER A CO. N. .Corner FOURTH and RACE Sta. PHILADKLPniA. WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS! Importers and Manufacturers ot White Lead and Colored Faints, Fatty 1 Varnishes, Etc AGENTS FOR TUB CELEBRATED FRENCH ZINO PAINTSJ Dealers and consumers supplied t lowipnoe tor cau. -rr : NEVV PUBLICATIONS. TTTiTrTrsoTii v of ma n r i a o e I'1 , of lectures, a. doliverod at the lew ' . ,Nw Course o l.ec"urc a ji .i,,..t,.: Ymk Muteum ',' I iVe lor; Youth, Msiumy, and 1 w to l ive, a d "; ., heviewt.u; Toe e of Old Ako; W nl.t. n;v,.us DiK-aws ited t,,8aurr.Va i l"-l'l-i-y . '-'.ler.-.i ot K,,r; c.,ii.g these eclures will l, orT VW I'd " n i" . .M l i c nl. by .1 -., W, VVW v Ji sK .-.nroi K1H1I sill VM.,j'j? .Vh'Uliia. L BOARDING. tToAKHINO. AN KLVOANT HVIT OF riMili w.tu pilVwUf bi.u, etc., 0.1 kduM Uoo.,i4Mi three othca. vou-u-uicatl-s or ui le, at No. l'J W A Ij.