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TUB DAILY EVENING .TELEQlUm -PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1870.
CUV Affair. Officer Roberts , arrested a young man last evening on the charge of having shot .William Ilaight, colored, on the bight of the 11th inst., at Twelfth end Alaska streets. Height died from the effeot of the wound oa "Wednesday evening. The aooused was looked tip to await the action of the Coroner to-day. The Philadelphia branch of the Ef an gelical Alliance will hold a publio meeting to-morrow afternoon in the Prinoeton Church, West Philadelphia, and In the evening at the Church of the Epiphany, Rev. James Davis, Secretary of the British Evangelical Allianoe, Will Jnske Interesting statements. ... , Henry O'Brien, aged fifteen years, re siding in Seventh street, below Carpenter, was admitted to the Pennsylvania Hospital yesterday, suffering from a broken arm, caused by falling down a hatchway at No. 2.1 Sonth Front street. The alarm of fire last evening about 7 o'clock was caused by the burning of a stable belonging to Joseph Evans, on Pennsylvania avenue, near Twentieth street; also a shed belonging to Frederick Riter's coal yard, in close proximity. Domestic Affairs Gold closed yesterday at ,113. Great preparations are being made in Virginia for the burial of General Lee. Wilson, the murderer of Warden Willard, of the Connecticut State Prison, is endeavor ing to starve himself to death. A race took place yesterday between the yachts Dauntless and Cambria, from Sandy Hook twenty miles windward and return. The first-named boat won the prize. The City Councils of Baltimore, last evening, passed resolutions requesting the Mayor to issue a proclamation asking that all flags in the city bo displayed at half-mast, in honor of General Lee s memory, on the day of the funeral. Official returns give Harmer, Rep., lfiO majority in the Fifth Congressional District; Killinger, Rep., 29 in the Tenth, and Don ley, Rep., r54 in the Twenty-fourth. They give Spear, Dem., 101 majority in the Seven teenth, over Morrell; and Foster, Dem., 734 over Stewart in the Twenty-first. The vote of Indiana is so close that while the Democrats claim the State by 2500 ma jority, the Republicans think it may be given them by the official count. Wilson is elected to Congress by four majority over Gooding, according to the official count, and Shanks is re-elected in the Ninth district by 285 ma jority. STORM SIGNALS. The following memorandum has been pre pared by the officers who are perfecting the system of storm signals authorized at the last cession of Congrees: Preliminary Plana for Observation aad Report f etorinn by Telegraph nod Hlgaal lor ine Benefit ef Commerce. I. OB8KRVATION AND REPORT OF ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA. a. A series of meteorological observations and reports will be made by careful observers under military control, and supplied with the best at tainable instruments. All instruments will be adjusted to a standard at Washington. --'- b. Tbe observers will be stationed at points throughout the United States, selected by com petent authority, as those from which reports of observations will be most useful, as Indicating tbe general condition of the atmosphere, or the approach and force of storms. - - It has been in view to so locate these stations that, the existence ef a storm at one or more of them being determined, information' of the facts may be had by the regular reports commu nicated by telegraph in advance of its probable movement. . .. c. Synchronous observations will be taken and reports made from stations three times a day, one about 8 A. M., one about 6 P. M., and one at midnight. These observations and re ports will be timed .by Washington time. The office Is in a measure led to this selection ot hours by the press of business at other times upon the telegraphic lines. Other observations will be made for record. e II. TRANSMISSION OF REPORTS. a. The reports of observations are to be trans mitted by telegraph, under a special arrange ment with the telegraph companies whose lines connect with the different points where stations will be established. b. By a combination of telegraphic circuits, the reports of observations made at different points synchronously will be rapidly transmitted to the different cities at which they are to be published. They will also be concentrated at Washington. The whole time required to trans mit, collate, and deliver the reports, from the extreme points of observation to the points of publication, will, It is hoped, not exceed one hour. , III. PUBLICATION OF REPORTS. a. It is intended to give the widest publicity' to these reports, in order to make them useful to tbe greatest number. 1 Copies of all reports will be furnished to the different papers for pub lication, and each report will be bulletined in tbe Board of Trade rooms, merchants' ex changes, or other conspicuous places, immedi ately upon its receipt. 6. So soon as the necessary arrangements can be bad, a meteorological map, on which tbe changes ,, can be noted as each report is received,' will be displayed at the Board of Trade rooms, or other busi ness centre In each city receiving reports. Similar maps will be furnished the different scientific establishments co -operating with the department. c. The reports will be limited at the outset to the simple statement of meteorological facts existing at the stations of observations. These facts, together with such general laws as seem to have been determined by meteorological ob servations hitherto made and as may permit probable deductions to be made from the re ports, will.be published. i d. It is not deemed advisable to attempt at the outset, further than in this way, predictions which must often be erroneous. . Whenever experience has certainly deter mined what may be regarded for any section ef country as premonitions of approaching storms, eignal-stalious will be established as quickly as the necessary arrangements can be made, and signals will be displayed announcing the proba ble approach with other information which may be pot-sible. t f. The observer, when one is stationed in any city, ulll be constantly on duty during business hours, and every facility will be given to obtain copies of the bulletins, or other full and the latest information. IV. STATIONS. The following have been designated as sta tions oi observation ana report, or or report alone, and will be occupied as rapidly as arrangements can be effected:- l'lalster Cove, N. 8.; St. Johns, N. B.; Port land, Me.; Boston, Mass.; New Tlaven, Conn. XMew I or city, n. x.; rniiaueiprua, ra.: Balti more, Md.; Washington, D. C; Wilmington, vannah, Ga.; Lake City, Fla.; Tver West, Pla.; Montgomery, Ala.; Mobile, Ala.i New Oi leans. vllle, Tenn.: Louisville, Ky.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Knox vllle. Tenn.; Albany. N. Y.: Syracuse. N. Y.; Oswego, N. Y.; Rochester, N. T.; Buffalo, rt. i.; uieveianu, unio; loieao, unio; jjeiroii, Mich.: Chicago. 111.; Indianapolis. Iud.: fit. Louis, Mo.; Milwaukee, Wis.; St. Paul, Minn.; Duluth, Miun.; Omaha, Neb.; ('bevenaa, Doi.; Cortnne, tun; Bantae, . m.; ori Benton, H. Jd.; oan xrancuco, iai.; ruuourg, ra. IaT NIOUT3 DESPATCHES. THE MEOE OF PARIS OAMBETTA CLAIMS GREAT FRENCH SUCCESSES THE CAPTURE OF ORLEANS BY THE PRUSSIANS SIEGE OF FRENCH TOWNS ON THB BELGIAN FRONTIER. ' - ... LowDt'N, Oct. 14 Special to New Tork Tri bune. 1 Your correspondent telegraphs fro n Koton fav,i ear Met, on the 11th instant, as follows: A Frtnch deserter from Meti who wa brought In this rnorninp, states that he belong to Leboufs cotnwsnd; that there Is neither bread nor salt in the citv. Btsslne has impressed into the ranks all the able bodied civilians into the garrison. Including these he has 100.000 men tinder arms. The ssrrtre Is very bard. Tbe troops must sleepon their rm. The diss flection U great, and a mutiny is seemingly Impending. r 1 i On the 7th a portion of the troop refused to make a sortie. It Is difficult to force them to do outpost dutv and even tbe Guards show symptom or dis obedience. There Is much sickness prevailing, chiefly dysentery, bronchitis and senrvv. Deser tions are arranged In concert. He says that a con siderable number of bis comrades will imitate hi in and follow soon. Mobile Guards disperse groups of people around the Hotel d Vllle. A new political club has been formed in Pails. Among its members are noted journalists and lawyers. Its first session was held lee. Monday night, when an organisation .was effected. .. ..... The military movements of late In the Prussian camps and within the walls of Paris indicate that a great event is imminent. A Paris letter of the 4th and newspapers of the 11th were received to-day. The news is scanty. The meat supply Is limited to six ounces per head 'dully. About 20,000 oxen and 12,000 sheep remain,, a supply for not more than two months. The but chers' shops are opened twice in a week under a guard. A large number of horses are slaughtered for food. They are all salted, and preserved provi sions are at enormous prices. A note dated the 12th says there Is very little food of any kind to be had except at very high prices. The German garrison of Stenay, captured by the French from olontmedy, numbered only sixty men. Prussian vldettes retire before the Mobile Guards at Maurtaues. The actl vityof Bazalne is un diminished. Sorties of the garrison are frequent and harrassing to the besiegers. A battalion of guards in Paris has rejected Blangln, who was pro posed for Colonel. Tbe officers of the volunteer corps commanded by GuRtave Flourens declined to pursue the course proposed by their late com msnder. t London, Oct. 14. By balloon that left Paris on' the 10th Inst , advices have been received that tbe city is amply supplied with provisions. There are enough on hand to last three months. An official deoree has been published postponing the payment of rent for three months. The Udean has been converted into a powdsr magazine. The Grand Opera House la fall of arms. The tire lrom Fort Mt. Valerien makes dreadful havoc among the Prussians, continually breaking their circle. A special dispatch from Hague says great agita tion prevails upon the discovery that the King was about to declare war with Prussia. Todbs, Oct. 14 Gambetta has Issued the follow ing proclamation: "Inhabitants of Tours: I announce to yon with Inexplicable satisfaction that on tbe 12th Inst, that the more than ever heroio people of Paris, growing impatient behind their ramparts, have determined to march forward against the enemy. Here is the bulletin or their nrst victory, on the entire cone around the city the Prussians have been driven out of all tbe positions which they had been occupying for three weeks toward St. Denis. - They have bee a driven away beyond Stains. Plerrefetta and Dueuv on the east side. Joinville, Cretoll, Baublgny, and the plateau of Avron have been recaptured. They have been forced from Le Bas Meudon and SU Cloud and thrown back on Versailles. . The enemy know now what a people can do who are determined to save their institutions and their honor. "I invite the provinces to do their dutv as Pans bas done here. Vive Paris, Vive la France, Vive la Republlque." The following news dispatches have been elven to the public to-day, by tbe Ministry: Mabskillks. Oct. 13. A deoree of M. Esautros suspends the Gazette du Nude, until further orders, as a measure of publio safety. cauzte, eon-in-iaw or General Garibaldi, nas ar rived here. Vksdome, Oct. 12. A reconnoisance In force was made to-day, as lar as erteviueneur. Mo enemy was encountered. . 'j ne raiuroaa is unooeiruciea to uioyes. Tbe general commanding the 15th corps makes the following report: ' La Febts St. Aubik, Oct. 13 Yesterday the enemy continued to advance towards Orleans. Oar troops, who are on the road to Paris and bad taken part the cay netore in me Dame oi Ainenay gave wav A brigade of the 3d division tried to oppose the enemy's advance, but being constantly opposed Cy lorces more numerous anu superior aruuery, bad to tall back on Orleans, disputing the ground foot by foot. I was obliged In order to check the enemy's progress to go iorwara personally witn three battalions of the reserves belonging to the 2d division. The enemy had been checked for three boots, but at last we were broken and overcome by their shells, and after very sharp fighting, which was an honor to an army, I determined to evacuate Orleans and to withdraw to the left bank of tbe Loire. Our retreat, which was not molested, was effected In good order. .. Tocbb, Oct. 12, via Lowdow, Oct. 14 The aeronaut of the balloon Louis Blano arrived here this morning, after delivering dispatches at Bou vignes, In Belgium. A dispatch from Bonneville, dated tft-day (12th), reports that the Prussians lately at Viliaumblaln aie now moving towKrmiinaieauaon, wnere mt National -Guard are f dady to receive them. The rolling stock of the railway has been sent to Yen dome, f I ' ' ! ' Advices from Mets' show that the Prussians oc cupy the cordon of villages around tbe city, but bold no position within the distance of twenty kilometres of the fortifications. Marshal Bazalne made a sortie on Saturday last, In which he captured 300 oxen and BOO sheep from the enemy. The Prussians maintain a strong gar rison at Nancy. Minister Gambetta works constantly, not with tbe civil administration, bat with the military chief, his first object being the organization of the armed forces of the country. When that has been accomplished he will turn his attention to political matters. The government has issued a proclamation to the Seople of the provinces showing bow the enemy -eat the population of the territory they occupy. It charges that they first levy, then take and finally Slllage. Tbe proclamation is to be placarded in all xe communes. An American, who has just arrived here from Brest, says the patrlotio uprising In Brittany Is wonderful. Thousands of men crowd the railway trains on their way to Tours to obtain arms and en list. Throughout the country the greatest enthu siasm prevails. The following official dispatches have been re ceived at the Ministry of the Interior: Mbb, on the railway between Tours and Orleans, Oct. 14. No Prussians are at Beaugenoy, bat they have occupied Meung In force. Vkrsaillbs, Thursday, Oct. 13, via Berlin The French have shelled and wantonly fired tbe palace of Ht. Cloud. Ten French battalions made a sortie from Paris, to-day. They were easily repulsed by the second Bavarian corps, which lost only nineteen men. St. Gjukmtm, Oct. 13 Tbe Prussians have com menced to bombard Sotssons. Tbe town is able and prepared. Nkdv Chatbau, Oct. 13. Tbe Prussians, seven thousand strong, are at Epinal. Ten trains full of German troopB have passed Meus, going to Paris. Efsbmay, Oct. 13. Fifteen hundred Prussians are in the hospital here. Many die daily. The Invaders attribute the frequent railway acci dents in their rear to the ill will of the inhabitants, and make this the pretence for treating the town au thorities with excessive severity, and for levying enormous requisitions. The Inhabitants of the Aube and other eastern departments are resolved on resistance. Fraao-tireurs are springing up everywhere, overrunning the country, and doing much harm to the Prussians. Tocbb, Oct. 14, evening The news of the suc cessful sortie of the Parisians causes intense ex citement. All the troops here left this P. M. to Join the foroes opposing the enemy near Orleans and Chateaudun. Among these reinforcements are frano-tlreurs from Bordeaux and the south of France, who marched through the streets to the dec! singing patriotio songs. They were wtldlv cheered by the people and the enthusiasm was un bounded. As they reached the station they were met by General Bourbaki, who had Just arrived, aooem- JianiedbyMr. Cremleux, and soldiers and citizens olned In an Impromptu ovation to the General aud the Minister. The scene was most Impreaaive. It Is reported that Keratrv left Paris In a balloon and landed in safety. On the day of his departure a decree appeared suppressing the Prefecture of ronce. Tbe Danish Minister bas arrived here from Paris. As soon as the bombardment of the capital 03in- mences, all the representatives of foreign Powers will come to Tours. Pakib; Gets. Special to New York Herald. Fresh papers of the correspondence of tbe Imperial family have been found at the Tuillerles. whlon prove conclusively the existence of an orgauizs't sunt, even to the watching of public tauctwitariea Yti.0 ueMuhcea earn ouibi. Several well-known ladles were enployed In this ecplonspe. All these documonts bear agitation In the hand of tbe Emperor. Itter carriers and clerks In the post-office wer bribed Into tbe ser vice. Reports of the secret polloe also show pecu lations of Imperial functionaries with Mires, Se rines and others in contracts for lighting the city. Torss. Oct. 14 Special to N. Y. Herald. The Herald corresponoetit, who had an Interview with Garibaldi, says his quiet simplicity and dignity of manner much impressed me. Ills countenance was sad, with a worn look In the eyes. He Informed me that he made his escs.pe from Caprera In a fishing smack provided by his friend Colonel Bodlne, who accompanied blm. Ueasksd many questions rotative to the merits of tbe Wbitworth, Snider & Enfield rifles, which Is tbe best. - - After expressing a determination to remain with the French to tbe last, he added: "Why will not the noble American Uepablio, the glory and admi ration of all free peoples, send material aid to the young and struggling Itepublle of France?''- -w- "Halv. France and Spain anxiously await one determined word from Amerloa to cast off forever their detested chains." The General spoke with remarkable earnestness. j - i Londoit, Oct. 14. The terrible artillery fire of Fort du Mont Vale rien has literally swept the country round a bo at for a vicinity of six kilometres. The Prussian works have been destroyed, and all tbe batteries that the Prussians have sought to erect against Mont IValerlan have been annihilated. The cha teau of Mendon bas also been destroyed. Tbe Prus sian engineers have been driven from Ul amort, Mendon and Mdnt Kebout. Vlllejuif and Cachaln have both been recovered by the French. On the north the Prussians have been driven back as far as Deull and lipnneuil. The entire peninsula atound Genvllliers bas been freed from Prussians by several strong cavalry reconnoisances, and is now in French bands again. On the east of Paris a lively cannonade has been mail taiiied toward Bondy. The Prussians have also been driven from Champlegnv, more than three miles east of Vincennes. The Prussian circle around Paris Is therefore expanding dally instead of contracting, and the Parisians are greatly en couraged. Demonstrations lately occurred In Paris favorable to a radical change in the government. Tbler origin wbs ascribed to Guxtave Fiouren and Louis Blanc. The movement was utterly Insigni ficant. The French army of the south has, as a nucleus, three cavalry regiments, which were sent south from Paris before the Investment of the city, and the Algerian Infantry and troops formerly serving in the western departments, making a total of GiXH) effective and disciplined men. i Ixtntjow, Oct. 14 The United steamer Franklin, at Portsmouth, takes on hoard her repaired pro pellor to-day. Tbe Prussians report that mutiny Is imminent among tbe French soldiers at Metz. , .-. The land around Fort du Mont Valerian was regarded as the pardon spot of Paris. Before the Investment of Paris tbe commander of the fort em ployed bis men in digging potatoes and collecting other crops, ail ef which were stored in the fort ress. " - ' - '- A dispatch from Versailles, dated yesterday via Berlin to-day, has Just been received and contains tbe following;! Court-martial in the Prussian lines makes short work of deserters. Tbe credit for arming tbe German people has bf-n raised to twenty-three millions. Prince Frederick Charles occupies the house of Prince Moskowa; the royal headquarters are at the west of the beleaguered city, and those of the Crown Prince east. ' The commander of Tool died at Mlnden recently of small-pox.. Tbe French fortresses on the Belgian frontier. Mezieres, Maubeuge. Poeroy, Donai, Valenciennes Lille, &c are tully prepared for a siege. Tbe bombardment of the first named Is Imminent. The commanders of Cambray and Laudrevles have given orders for the inundation of the surrounding coun try as a means of defence. ,The Prussian government, has ordered an ap- firalfement of tbe damage done to private property n Strasburg, evidently with the Intention of put ting the amount in the bill of Indemnity against France. Stettin bas been ordered to furnish a number of tbe war contributions levied bv tho French early In this century; probably tor tbe same purpose. No mention has as yet been made of the damages to be claimed tor the execution or Conrad Von rJ.oh.en- staufen. Amiens, threatened bv tbe Prussians, is prepar ing for a vigorous resistance. The National Guard gallantlv. but vulnlv. defended Knlnal. and finallv retreated toward Xeritagoy. Franc-threurs, wh) were near at baud in force, gavo them no support, and tied on the appearance of the enemy without firing a shot. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine Keiet m First Pag. ALMANAC FOB PHILADELPHIA THIS DAT. Sim Kisbb 611 1 Moon Bkts. 9-19 Suv sets D-20! High Watbb 603 V PHILADKLPniA BOARD OP TRAD 5. Wm. V. Paul, ) WM. ADAM80N, V COMMITTER OF THB M0N1H. JjUK IL MlOlEKKR, J v - - - CLEARED YESTERDAY. Steamship Wyoming, Teal, Savannah, Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship Co. Steamship Pioneer, W akeley, Wilmington, N.C., Phi- laueipnia anu soumern Man steamsnip uo. Steamship Empire, Herring, Charleston, Souderfc Adams. Steamer J. 8. 8hriver, Webb, Baltimore, AGroves, Jr. Bark Queen of Scots, Smith, Antwerp, B. Crawley A Co. Brig Joale A. Devereur, Clark, Boston, Chas. Haslara aco. , Yacht Wanderer, Hays, San Andreas, S. S. Scatter- good a uo. ! . ' i ARRIVED "YESTERDAY. Cfnnmnv Vf Smith O.i hnnrl flrvY 7aiv OlCaiUCI AU AU OOOVJ UUllbU n uuuie ttVUI aivn York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co. Steamer Novelty, Shaw, 8 aours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co. Steumer S. C. Walker, Sherln, 84 hours from New York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd Ik Co. t learner . t . rneips, erowu, nuura irum new York, with mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co. Schr William Tloe. Tlce, 4 days from Newborn, N. C, with shingles to Taylor A Belts vessel to Chas. Haslam A Co. Schr Thomas Boos, Somers, 6 days from Boston, With mdse. to Chas. Haslam ft Co. i Schr Nonesuch, Beatty, from Severn River, with railroad ties to Bagy & Knowlea. Schr E. A. Hooper, Champion, 6 days from Boston, in ballast to Chas. Haslam A Co. Schr S. B. Gait, Truax, l day from Lelpslc, DeL, With grain to Jos. E. Palmer. Schr Mary and Caroline, Fowler, 1 day from Lelp slc, Del., with grain to Jos. Jfc. Palmer. ' i Schr Telegraph, Tyler, from Rappahannock River.' , Schr Mary, Long, from Potomac Klver. Schr Three Sisters, Ruark, from Indian River. Correspondent r The livening TeletfravK EA8TON A MCMAUON'S BULLETIN. Nbw Yokk Officb, Oct. 14. Six barges leave in tow to-night, for Baltimore, light. Baltimohb Brakch Officb, Oct. 14. The follow, lng barges leave in tow to-night, eastward : M. O'Brien, T. E. Greenmao, T. H. Jackson, M. W. Kiriislager, San Jacinto, J. A. Ryan, Enter, prise, Otrauito, F. Mattlaon, and Major O'Reilly, all with coal, for New Yoik. Philadelphia Bkamch officb, Oct 15. The Fannie Goddard, with pig iron, for Baltimore, left yesterday. . , A. A. Carley and Hydevllle, with coal, for New York, left last evening. .. . 7 regular and 8 transient barges, light, 93 in all, left this port yesterday for Baltimore. L.S. C. ' Special Despatch to The Evening Telegraph. AIAVHB-Da-URACB, UCC. 13. lue luuuwiug uuaus left this morning In tow: K. H. Furst, Yankee Spy. and Helen and Harry, with lumber to Taylor A Betu. Mary and Willie, with lumber to Norcroaa A Sheets. P. B. Merrill, with lumber to D. Trump, Son & Co, Harry, with lumber to Klce A Co. Renova, with lumber to Saylo, Day & Morle. Wava, with lumber, for New York. V. S. Grant, with bark to order. By Telegraph.) Lewes, Del., Oct. 14. Arrived, steamer Colt, from New York. . A large ship is beating in, and a herm. brig and one schooner coming up.' ' MEMORANDA. - - - ( Ship Westmoreland, Heron, hence for New Or leans, was spoken 7th nit. off Florida. asnip Calumet, Cheewr, sailed from Callao 6th nit. for the Vnlted States. , N. G. steamer Uansa, from BroRifeny At New York last ntaht- - - ew Br. steamer France, OrogadT from Liverpool 89th Via Queeustown 8othlt.,' at New York 13th Inst. Br. steamer I adia, ktunro, from Glasgow 1st and Movlile 8d, at New York lam that. . Br. steamer Siberia, Uarrtaonfrom Liverpool 89th tilt, via Cjueenatowu oth,f(lk M cablu and M ateeraae nauaeruMtra. at KoatOD 13ttl Inst. . Br. steamer Aleppo, Mordaun, sailed from Queens.' town 1th lust, lor Boston, with oo cablu and 00 Bteersge pauses gars. -Br. stauier Batavla. Billings, from New York tto Irfct, for Lt' erpool, was passed on tbe loth, law 4) si. bu smer Salnave (late Quaker City), at Port-au-Tu. 1st iwt. iur St, Hare, to load iwr Kw iwk. Sbssmer Charles W. Lord, Post, from Ttavana for Few York, Balled from Charleston lath Inst. s.'!,nrrJolnter Jones, for New York, clea-ed at Wilmington, N. ciatn lnst. Steamer Hercu lea, Donghtv, for Philadelphia, s'ld ft nm Southwest Pass 9th inat. Steamer Centipede, WUletts, hence, at Salem llth It stant. i Steamer Norfolk, Piatt, hence, at Richmond 18th instant. Br. bark Agamemnon, from Rio Janeiro for Dela ware Breakwater, with Tooo bags coffee, was spoken 10th Inst, lat. 8 48, long. 74 16. : Bark Annie Augusta, Davis, hence, at Kingston, Jam., 91st ult. - - Brig Amphlon, Thomas, hence, at Gibraltar l)tn nit. via l eghorn, and cleared for Baltimore, Brigs Charlea Miller, Gllkey, hence for Boston, and Reporter, Coombs, hence for Salem, at Holmes' Hole 12lh Inst. Brig Isaac Carver, Shute, heneo, at Rockland llth Instant. . Brtg Torrent. Tlbbetts, for Philadelphia, sailed rm Gardiner llth Inst. Schr Julia, Baker, for Philadelphia, sailed from Gardiner llth Inst, Schr Sophia Wilson, Wall, hence, at Bristol 18th Instant. - . Schr nannah Blaekmao, Jones, for Philadelphia,' sailed from WBiren lith Inst. Schr Fred. Pish, Davis, from Boston for Philadel phia, at New Haven 18th Inst. Schr Julia Elizabeth, Candnge, from Blnehlll for Philadelphia, sailed from Newport 18th Inst. i Schr Mary Collins, Leggett, hence, at Gardiner 6th lust, and sailed 8th to return. Schra L. A. Johnson. Msulman; E. F. Crowe!!, Stevens; Wm. Walion, Harris; Slak, .Johnson ; and R. W. Godfrey. Godfrey, hence, at Boston 13th Inst. Schr Ira Lailrlnier, Coleman, for Philadelphia, Cleared at Boston 13th Inst SchrsMclona M. RnowUs, Smith, and Ontaro, Bray, from Boston for Philadelphia, at Holmes' Hole 12th Inst. "B i Schr Goddess, Kelly, hence, at Pawtucket 18th In'tant. f Schr Eliza and Rebecca, Ireland, hence, at Alex, andrla 13th Inst. : Schr Argo, Taylor, hence, at Norfolk 12th lhst Scbrs Elenora, Lewis, and Extra, Murphy, from Suffolk for Philadelphia, at Norfolk 13th inst. Schr Favorite, Clark, hence, at Pawtucket llth instant. . , Schr Ann E. Safford, Powell, hence, at Pawtucket 18t h Inst Schr Belle, Churn, from New Bedford for Philadel phia, at Newport lath lnst Scbrs M. M. Merry man. Babbitt; Isabel Alberto, Tooker; American Eagle, Shaw; and Sarah Clark, Grlfllth, hence, at Newport lth Inst. Schr Dlrlgo, Snow, from Boston for Philadelphia, St Newport P. M. lth last ' Schrs Josephine, Hathaway, and Anna Amsden, Bangs, hence, at Boston 13th insu. ! MISCELLANY. ' Passengers per steamer Wyoming, Captain Teal, Cleared yesterday for Savannah: Kev. S. B. Good all and wise; J. B. Balderstone, Jr.; H. B. Rlehle; Philip Wseber; Mrs Jennie K. Amlen; Miss Mary E. Watt; J. F. Relfsnyder; Captain s. C. Golesnurg; Benjamin L. Wood: E. P. Wood; Alexander Kane; George A. Deltze; Mrs. M. A. Bradley; E. D. Keeny ; n. A. Griswold; W. H. Merrltt; A. W. Taylor; John Berron; John K. Grlfllth; Samuel Cooling; A. Flag ler; J. S. Nesbit; George Soofield; William U nam phrejs; J.U.Baker: Miss MaryStlU; John Kiel: Henry Whitman ; and John Whitman. ; Brig San Carlos, Parker, of and from Philadel phia, with coal, arrived at Holmes' Hole yesterday, witu foremast ana ail attacnea gone, naving Deeu hove down on the 7th Inst. In a violent squall from the N. E. ' Schr William L. Snrlmrs. abandoned at spa. was 916 tons register, built in 1S64 at Philadelphia, and uwicu iruui new xora. OARPETINQS. ETO. 723 carpetings. 723 : PEADCDY A WESTON, Successors to Z3. ZX. O0D8XZALS 2t CO., No. 723 CHESNUT Street, ARE OFFBR1NG THEIR FALL IMPORTATIONS OF t - Enxrllsh Body liruesels, IJrofrfc lew's Tapestry llrnssels, 3Plys Inerralsts, Venetian fttalrs. Oil Glottis, Mats, RuKU, Matting, K2tc Etc At moderate Prices We are offering a large line of CROSSLbTT'S UNO. LIhH 1 APE8TKY BRUBSKL8, AT LOW PRICES, at the Old bTAND. PEABODY & WESTON, ' No. 723 CHESNUT STREET, 910amw3mrp PHILADELPHIA 34 80TJTH SECOND STREET. 34. CARPETINGS. HAVING REMOVED TO OUR NEW STORK,' we ' are offering superior inducements in Carpets, Oil - Clolbs, Mattings, Window Shades Timers, ets, STC. ETC ' 'ST. 1 At the lowest Cash Prices. C. B. SNYDER A CO., No. 34 SOUTH SECOND STREET, . West Side, below Market. 9 84 stuthlmcp (Formerly Bhaplesa', latterly Snodgrass' Old Stand.) LIFE INSURANOb, THE MUTUAL PROTECTION Life Insurance Company OP PHILADELPHIA . Offers life policies, PERFECTLY SECURED, at less than ONJE-HAL7 TaE USUAL RATES. It is the only Life Insurance Company in the United States doing business on the "Mutual Classification," plan, snd Its rates are so low that all classes may enjoy its benefits. , THB FULL AMOUNT OF INSURANCE I8 GUARANTEED. We confidently invite the attention of the publio to the claims of this Company, assured that its plan, corablnl: g.as It does.EUONOMi" with the HIGHEST DEQhEjt OF SECURITY, will commend It to gene ral favor. Circulars, containing full explanations of our sys tem, rates, etc etc, can be had from any of our agents, or at the OFFICE, No. 247 8. THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. Good Agents wanted. 10 13 thstu2m 3WI88 CARVINGS. JAEXSll O. ARX.TJ &. SOUS Have ust received a large importation of SWISS EUSTIO CAKVED GOODS, . And propose to add this branch to their business, aBd keep alwavs a line assortment. Their present selection consists of Jewel, Work, and Cigar Boxes, Penknives, small Ieska, Bonqoet-hoklers and Vases, Cigar Stands, Inkstands, Card Receivers, Book. Rests, Tobacco Boxes, Match Stands, Hand Mirrors, etc All at very low and inviting prloea. (lOlstuth EARLE3 GALLERIES, No. 81 CHESNUT ST. .. ' " '"r1 ' p O L T O N .a DENTAL ASSOCIATION, Orclnat'-rs of NITROUS OX WE OAS !a Den tistry, and headquarters for painless tooth extrac ted. Office, Ko, 7 WALNUT SUuet, I 13t OLOTH3, OA8B1MERES. ETO. KEIM & BIDDLE, CLOTH HOUSE, ff W. Corner SECOXD 9IARIU3T Streets. and Cloibs, Doeskins, Cassimcrcif Testings, O rercontings, Fancy Coatings, Telreteens, Corduroys.' HEXE? a BIDDLI3, m. W. Corner 630OND and MARKET Streeu. 101stuttm4p PBlLADULPniA. Q L O T J A M C O H H O U 8 Bs HUDER. no. 11 north SKCOIVI) Street, eign of the Golden Lamb, Are w recewing a large and splendid assortment of new styles of , FANCY OASSIMEBE3 And standard makes of DOESKINS, CLOTHS and COATINGS, 3 88mws AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TRIMMINGS, PATTERNS, ETO. WM. MEMCKE & BROTHER, 11 o. 804 AZICn Street. LATEST STYLES LADIES DRESS T1UM3IINGS, Berlin Zephyr Goods, Etc. A large importation of Embroidered Cushions and Embroidered Bilppers, from 75c upwards. We have now on hand a full line of the celebrated BOUDIERTB KID GLOVES, Considered In Europe superior to any other make. Also, a full Hue of the ' VICTORIA KID GLOVE', The best One Dollar Glove in the market, $100 Per Pair. 1 A complete assortment of the celebrated ' J. B. P. PARIS C0R8ETS. ' WM. MENCKE & BROTHER, 10 8 smwlra ' - No. 604 ARCH Street, Phuada. NEW STORE. MRS. p. Fancy and Staple Trimmings, ZEPI1YK OliODS, ETC., 1 No. 224 South ELEVENTH Street. Pomades, Soaps, Powders, Perfumeries, Hosiery Gloves, Ribbons, Etc 9 15 tbs3mrp CARRIAGES, ETO. lST'O. FALL, 1870, WM. D. ROGERS, CARZlIAGZa BUZLDSR. Phaetons, Drags and Light Wagons FOE ROAD AND PARK RIVICOt Of Superior Finish and Newest Styles. Built to order and for sale manufactory and Repository, Nos. 1009 and 1011 CHESNUT Street, 9 8 thstu2mrp PHILADELPHIA F-URNITURE, ETO. PURCHASERS OF - COTTAGE CHAMBER SUITS And tbe various styles of BEDSTEADS, , BUREAUS, WASHSTANDS, WARDROBES, ETC, Finished in imitation of Walnut, Maple, or other "hard woods," and now generally known as "Imi tation" or Faulted'' Furniture, are hereby informed that every article of our manufacture Is STAMPED WITH OUR INITIALS AND TRADE HARK, And those who wish to obtain goods of our make (there being, at the present time, numerous imita tions in the market), should invariably ask the dealer of whom they are purchasing to exhibit oar stamp on the goods, and take no other, no matter wha representations may be made concerning them. KILBURN & CATE0, Wholesale Manufacturers Cottage Furniture, No. 619 MARKET STREET, t smwsmrp PHILADELPHIA, PA. ftHUTTON & McCONNELL, , Tl Furniture lVareroomi, Ko. 809 MARKET STREET, Philadelphia, Offer an extensive and entirely new stock of splendid Furnltuie and Upholstery, EVERY ARTICLE BEING ORIGINAL IN DESIGN, faUPKKTOK IN OUALITY, ELB'JANT IN FlNIbll. AND CHEAP IN PRICE. Our patrons having long appreciated the above POINTS In out QOODS, we are Induced to present these facts to the public, that we may continue to receive their patronage, promlslug prompt attention to all orders eutruatea to us. . wsl3trp WHISKY, WINE. ETO. QAR8TAIR& A McCALL, So. 126 Walnut and 21 Gi tnito Cti V, . IHPORTEBS OW ' ,' Brandies, Winet, Gin, OUtc .Oil, Euc, WHOIiBSAIJi PKAXCB8 - ' PURE R Y E W H 1 1 K I E 8. . Ul BOWP AKP TAJ PAHX SSlpt E8TADLISHED 1825. FBID. T. MXCX. ' H. I. BIAS n. J. seas a co., MANUFACTURERS .OP Warm Air Furnaces , AMD Cooking Hangfos, Portable Heaters, Low Down Orates, Slate Mantels, Bath BoUers, Registers and Ventilators. No. I 1 1 North SEVENTH St., PHILADELPHIA. 9 3? tbstuomrn J0BBESQ rROKPTLT ATrANDSfl TO, AMUSEMENTS. CUFSNTJT STRRbT THKATRE, NO. 191T. K. U DAVENPORT Lessee and Maoairr. P. S. ABKI, Hi i i new itjzenb VK PARALLELED SUCCEitS. The Theatre Crowded with rtaiity and Fashion. THIS EVENIJiU , ; S WeV?, Ponced the great ' CLASSICAL, MVTHOLOflTCAL, " OPERATrO ' i.. . EXTRA VAOANZA, in six scenes and one act, of PLUTO; , ., ,-1 1 OR, -i. THE MAGIO LTRB, TTJrJ Tk00? eostumes, new scenery, and en larged orchestra and compaiiy of Eighty phwtokmers. FLU TO; PLUTO; PLUTO j' TLUTO; . PLUTO s OR, THE ADVENTURES OF ORPUEUj AND EURYDICE. This Extravaganza was produced in Boston Felwyu's Theatre, and afterwards at the Theatrj Comlnne, New Tork. It has had the unprecedente i run of 8b nights at the two theatres. ... , PLUTO Will re preceded bv a Comedy and the ' ! LINGARD SKETCH E8 IN CHARACTER. EACH EVENING. Admission, to, no, nn Tno. Commence at S o'clock.' GKAND MATINEE ON SATURDAY, at tedock. Box oflice open frvm nntll A ACADEMY OF MUSI O. N I L S S O N. MAX STRAKOSCH respectfully announces to the public of Philadelphia and vlcinlt.t that i MLLE. CHRISTINE NILSSON will make her Dm appearances In Philadelphia la TWO NILSstON CONCERTS, on the following evminsr1, at 8 o'clock: THIS (Saturday) EvkNINO, 15th October, and THUBSDAY, 80th October. Mile. Christine Nil&son will be assisted by Miss ANNIE LOUISE CARY.the favorite Contralto.' Signor BRIGNOLI, the distinguished Tenor.,. ( i Signor N VhROER. the eminent Baritone. Mr. HENRY VIEUXTEMPS, the great Violinist. ' The Grand Orchestra will he under the direction ot M MAX MARETZEK. Condnctor Signor BOSONL THIS MORNING the sale of seats and tickets for either Concert will commence at the Academy; slso, at F. A North A. Uo.s Musio Store, No, I02e C hesnut street, at 8 A. M. . . General Admission .'. i . .S 00 Reserved Seats (Balaony and Balcony Boxes), a -00 Reserved Seats (Parquet and Parquet Circle),, s-oo Proscenium Boxes $20 and 80-00 Admission Family Circle l-oo Reserved SmM, f amily Circle luo Steinway Pianos are used at all "Nllsson" Con cert. BALTIMORE-MONDAY, llth, and TUESDAY, Mthlnstaut. ' of the Charming Actress and Vocalist, aud Irish Comedians, HARRY and KOSBWATKINS. THE COLLEEN BAWN: Or, The Brides of Garryowen. ' Myles Na Coppaleen M. UARKY W ATKINS Elly O'Connor, with songs ROSE W ATKINS To conclnde with THE PIONEER FATRIOT; Or, The Maid of The War Path. MR& JOHN THEATRE. DREW'S ARCH STREET Begins V to 8 o'clock. Wllkle Collins MAN AND WIFE. MONDAY, AND TILL FURTHER NOTICE, a dramatization. In 0 acts, from Wllkle Collins' Novel of MAN AND WIFE, by Wllkle Collins and Burton Hid, WITH APPROPRIATE SCENERY AND A POWERFUL CAST, BY THE EFFICIENT COMPANY. Seats secured six days In advance. . X'8 AMERICAN TniATDlt. WALNUT Street, above Eighth. OIHANTIO SUtX'ESS. CROWDED HOUSES EVERY EVENING. BEST TALENT IN AMERICA. MAMMOTH ENTERTAINMENT. . MAMMOTH FNTEKTAINME T. ! , THE GREAT COOL BURGESS, the funniest man in the world. M LLE DE ROSA, the Peerless Premiere Danseuse. MISS EMMA ALFORD, DICK SANDS, 8YINEY FRANKS, the great London Comle. JOHN MULLIGAN and CHARLES HOWARD, tbe celebrated Ethiopian artists. Two Splendid New Ballets, DEMON OF THE NIGHT And THE GRAPE PICKERS. COURT OF BBAUTY BALLET TROUPE, FULL MINSTREL COMPANY. GRAND OLIO ENTERTAINMENT, In which all the star artists perform. Burlesques, Songs, Danoea, Local Sketches, Eta. KTEW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE A THE FAMILY RESORT. CARN CROSS A DlXEY'S MINSTRELS, The Star Troupe of the World, Every Evening In their Ethiopian Soirees. . Box office epen dally from 10 to t o'clock. After 1 o'clock at Carnrosa Co.'s Music Store, Na S N. Eighth street. R. F. SIMPSON, Treasurer. l. L. CARNCROSS, Manager. 8 S3 tf ARCH STREET OPERA HOUSE. ARCH Street, above Tenth. THE PALACE OF MINSTRELSY. f , SIMMONS & bLOCUM'S ' MINSTRELS, - . . THE CHAMPION TROUPE OP AMERICA. OPEN FOR THE SEASON, With the best Minstrel Organization in the world. Box otllce open from 9 A. M. nntll a P. M. for the ale of reserved seats. 9 5 tf Fv U R N I T U R E. LUTZ k H Xi X2 x n, (SUCCESSORS TO I. LUTZ), No. 121 8. ELTiVUrXTII Street. Have now on band a full assortment of first-data FURNITURE,1; which, their Mends snd customers are mpecifutiy invited to examine before pur chasing elsewhere. ' ' Also, lately received a large invoice of '' , FRENCH FURNITURE, Manufactured by the best hemes in Paris.wblch we oiler to sell at Paris piiilc prices. 10 T 8m QROOERIE8, ETO. URDANA WINE COMPANY, Hsmmondsport, New York. Imperial Champagne, A pure and fruity WINE, made alter tbe French , method. Superior to any other American and to j many brands oQmported Champagne. , , ij For tale by the Agent, j JAEQ R, VEDD, 8.E. Cor aer WALNUT and EIGHTH, s. 8 91 stnthSmrp ! ' PHILADELPHIA NEWT870 SPICED SALMON) vf a IN LARGE CANS AT fl-CO PER CAN. WHITE BRANDY FOR PRESERVING, t -; i :. i 1 . , PURE SPICES, ETO. 'j .' 4 : COUSTH East End Grocery If o. 118 BothECO.tI BU, ' UTthsta ' BHiOW OH13NTJT TRCTT; CHOICE UEW BUCKWHEAT! Jost Received. , , ri . : , AXJ3ERT 0. ROBERTS, '. DaalertaFtae Oroeeriasi - - . t UI CornlIJJ2rT8aa4TXStttf