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MOVEMENTS OF TROOPS.
ftntvtl or (hi Oat H.ujrtd and Ktfty HVaalk Rfftu.at Maw York llaU Va laatatra. IV Owe Hundred and Fifty seventh regiment New York ?Ma Volunteers arrive! in this cily La-d evening, and vara quarur.-d in tne Park Bai racks, where I hay remain - ad taa* night. The Due Hundred and F1tty<*eeen;b left ?ami ton. wttare they ware encim|>ed, on Tburauay morn jugVand came by the Hu l?i>n Kiver Railroad to this city, they are a epieudid body of taen. and f? to the seat of was over on. thuuaaud strong the following is a list of Boers >? SLtJT.?Oulooal, Philip B. Brown Lieutenant George Arr.iwsiuith Mm >r. J. c. UirtmolLel, Ad hiliwl. U. fc Messenger Burgeon. II. C. UoudriokP Quar WhUeter, Pi-nu T M igraw. Ohmrwny A.?Captain, J. Hunt Smith. First Lieutenant, ttegsgt! Sewn. Second Lieuieuaut, J. 1). P-Uu.ei wmgunv B?Captain, JoSersou KtuxUd. First Lieu * t, J. C Ware, Sec- nd l.tsntensni, (V A. Van Slyck. ipun 0?Captain, F. Bine; First Lieutenant, J. A. t ec >nd Ll< uu-tiaul, J. I). Hutlsr kptay <'.?Captain, H. 0. Dunlmr: First Lieutenant, ? T. Winoi second Lieutenant, L. T Sttllntan. <t-w;a ?v t-?Capuiu,R B. Andiews, I-irstLieutenant, J jLHS' k ;a,Second Liautei ant. B. 1. Jones. ONwpony F.?Captain J. Riley Stone: First Lieutenant, W. A. Stone,Second i itutonant,S Wickmire. 'tswfa/iy C.?t aptaiu, A. Tutlie First Lieutenant, II. D. ?allay ; second Lieutenant. H. Frunk. ihayiu H?(aptaiu, W P. Rank First Lieutenant,L. W.?Buck,Second lieutenant, A Adams. fom/Ht'iy / Captain, W Hedlucer First Lieutenant, W. Heat; Second Lieutenant. Sinclair tbm/mriy A ?Captain, M. X Hanioia. First Laemsnaul, H. Banuin. Scooiid LicuU-nanl, J. A. kouuy fht One Hundred and Sliiy-Slnlh Re giment Krw Vork Voiuntceri. The uoc Ilu:. '.red and Sixly-utntb regiment New York Volunteers, C'.on.d Clarence Buel commanding, arrived Ht the Park barracks fiom Troy, by tlie Hudson Rtvei Railway, at an early hour yesterday morning. This toe ooiiiinanil wa- recruited in Rensselaer and Washing ton countlex, and is up to the full minimum standard, n?pi,a.*<i of iraic and courageous men. The lollowiug is a list of the fill'! iirtd Staff 'Iffvcmf.?Colonel, Hon Clarence Duel, o' Troy. Lieutenant' Lionel, John loCouitlo; Maor, Alu*o Aidgb, of froy; Adjutant, Wm it. Klsseilburgn o; Troy. Qualoricaster, fidney N luuuey. chaplain. ltev. Mr. Kanu Surgeons, nr. John ku .wdson, Dr. xkiuner, Dr. Reynolds ibHpa-i.v .t?Captain Colviu, First Lieutenant Paruion tsr.oeeond I.leuteuaut Smith. Omnutni/ M.?Oapuiu \V .xid, First Lieutenant Benson, Second Lieutenant Holmes. t.'O'iusiMy C.?Captain Aden, First Lieu-'enai-t Tarbell, Second Lieutenant Morey. Company U.?t'aptain Ooleman, First Lieutenant O'Con nor. Second i.ieuienant 11 ighes. Unit; uny hi.?Captain Wright, First Lieutenant Croff, Bscauu Lieutenant calmer Oont, i?y F.?Captain Vaogu, First lieutenant Thomp son. toerond I ie .tenant . Obsi(x),7 G.?- upl.uu McOoun, First Lieutenant Gagcr, Sec bd ' i.-titcuani l-aton Cvm/a if ?* aptam Wickes, First Lieutenant Harts So: tt . in.I Lieutenant Lyons. Omya 1.?Captain M .ruaoe. First Lieutenant Suy Ser ,reooud LieuteiiaM turners. Cum/tan* A .?1 a, t .iu Ferguson. First Lieutenant Carsy, See ?cu Lh- ileu*. t Fmilh Col , ouel. commanding the regimentals a son of the ?at* lion ,M\ id Baei, Jr., oue of Uio most eminent law - ieis at ihe -ar of New Vork, c lein:*>raaeout with tne lie ejt-l'r >sid.-ut Van Buren. Llisha < il.iams and Judge Jtent tol.-nel ttnel, who is ?!>?? u, tidi ty two yeu'8 oi age, is a lawyer of high standing at the iletusulaer bar, and. in !?<ditiou to having lieid several important civil trusts, has already seen honor 0' service in the held as eupuiiu in the ira 11 trris cavai y. t oionel Hue! is n man ol rare limitary opacity. C ol. cautio is and col lected , li-- se.doiii indeed errs ln.iudgit.eui, and a career K ?uoie.-s.ul uiilitaiy service may be snticii>aled for SSn. Lieut' u .nt t'olonel McConihe, like Colonel Ruel, is a Citizen ot iroy and a graduate of Union Coll -ge. shortly after leaving which institution he removed to Nebraska Territory, ana early became pr imineni in its civil aiiairs He is neu ly twenty ei'.ht years of age, and is a s?u of the Hoi.. h>?:sel McC<>iiiho Sr , LL. D.,uu eminent lawyer aud judge, oi iroy. wlio has dedicated three ? cis to this war Having graduated at the A oauy Liw Scnool wilb honor, he rem -ved to Neb aska Terr wry in isjd, and soon bee tne the private socretaiyo. Governor William A. 1U hirdgou, at present an acting maor general of volunteers. Colonel Mo ou.he was aUw the private secretary of the late Gilouei Simuol W. block. while that li.me: ted suldinr was Govern r of Nebia-ka. pre rwi r to which lie creditably held the position of adju la i gene al of the Territory. Le aL-o saw sei vice us hauteo. nt ??oionel in the i'awnee war in lboe. In IMA) | bo was the demo, ratio candidate for inuyvr of Omaha I City, but ..as overcome bv the opposition. Lieutenant OA . icC-.nihe saw service at Pittsburg landing. In * sa b .-ngHuetuent h? was severely wounded. 11 is ap ja.iotni. n1 to his present position, like that of Col nel Roe, i extreme..* popular throughout tbo secilori where the One mdrcd and Sixty ninth was raised, and. Mi.<g p>-xs scdo' ^re-i wealth, patriotic impulses, add sd to his wo.tn in luteal, life, and hie known and M? gr.ized bra\e y up< n the be , he g.?s I'. rward to the war ag-'hi under the now L li.ia it auspices. Ad start Kissellbu gu isaTrounbv birth.and is widely known in bis section us one of the edito r of ihe Troy 1*ok; lie is eminently qnahttod tor his pre. em res pom 1 h.Q.and aril1 uu.- port, and hi urconwiouly popu.ar tub the t- inii'JIT'V S 'e master Kinney, th- ugh a young m n, i? coinpc taut ai d ?' .-sessed of sound business quadlicatioiis so im ajkl >? tlic isj'tion be h.dds. He wax b #d at Wil Kunx r?iliege. t j tt?d whence ho con.-a speak in high terms of iiis r ? >4*'tv ,imi nfiioti-m. su'gc n Know son if a ! W. 'i. ?d a .. ,h>?: .a,, of abilitt.a.id white a re-i'tv ? 1 i |u?t pruv ma to the b e king , ui ol the r.-b di: :i. suite;td mi ri*- iment for his l.ij?lty tie is unflin- it.g in bis Unt-nism, and aajiecuil.y a>-:.' in In- pro e-sstn >? i . uuty. Il-.iri-.g the passage of the regiment to this r ? ? pri vate b -. ngi g to 1 apt. Mc own'sCom. aiy uau.erl i vis, Ml b lW? two cars, and so iractur d his head that be tbed t?e ero m. ruing The t?ne Hundred and ?lxiy-ninth will probibly icave the city this evening. Its destination is not known. The Empire Brigade. mm oboocs nmoon in wik spinola regi HUNTS COLONEL BUKKE'S MEN ORDERED TO THE CORCORAN LEO ION?THE REGIMENT DISSOLVED AND THE ORDER KF-IKCTLD BE ACTING GENERAL SPI HOLA ?CONFLICT OK ACTHOR1TT BETAKEN TDK AD dt'TANT GENERAL, THE INSPECTOR GENERAL. GENE RAL ICUKB, ACTING GKNFHAL SPINOLA, COLONEL SURER AND CAITAIN DOHF.KTV , ETC. A new difficulty, arising out of the necessity of consoli dslhni some of the regiments, has caused some trouble in ILie brigade. Tbc Fourth regiment, Colonel Burke, was ordered to be ennsntldaied with the Second and Third, to hrfcig their numbers up to the standard. On Tuesday lost Generals Van Vecbten and Bus teed reviewed the brigade aed. aft.r a consultation. concluded to consoli date the Fourth wih the Second and Third. The order was received on Wed i esday. sod on Thursday morning was earned into effect. and the members of iho regiment were divided as follows?Two hundred and lorty-five men te the Third regiment, one hundred and sixty.th ee ?o the Second, and seventy five to O lon-1 Allen's regi meat, the One Hundred and Forty-fifth. Ibis led to erai d psatis'action and a great deal of c n skid, which, at one time, threatened serious o?n sequences. (olonel I'.urke. who has been to great trouble sod expenee to ra*e hi* ro iraent, insisted on big com mand and high w >rds reoulleu amoDg nil hands. Adjutant General Hilih use officially ordered the trans fer of VoloDel liurke's regiment from tbeNoluola Brigade, now in process of organization ui East New York, to beoeral Corcoran * legion yesterday. The erder of the Adjutant General having been |irrs?nted to Acting Gene ra! Npinola, he re'< sed to ? bey it. alleging that it was not addressed to htm,ai d he did not recognize it The order reads in very pla n t? u.s for the transfer. It is said that tbo question of the rig id to the regiment will be tested he'ore both mlllt iry and civil tribona s to day. Ihursday afternoon Getio.al Sptnnta re eirod an order frsm General \ n V ciiten. directiug him to transfer tue regiment corui mde . by t oronel tiurke lo Gen -ral Corco ran s brigade b it aa tne order for breaking up the regt m?'nt ls*d boen already exec ted. Genaral Hpii ola derlta ad to obey the latter. Sbortiy afterwards Colonel Burke arrived la tli? camp, and, discovering what had teen done, wa- indignant, and. a* ai aged.endeavored to exc te a revolt among the Lite menbe-s of hi* command, and ILruateued 10 march them all ? ut of the barrack*, in da ?acre of the order of to ie-al <;>ltiola. Caotaln Ikiherty, Sf Ouinpany E ame regiment, also used harsh iang age towards the General, and a g iard waa ordered to take them boiU intocus ody, and thev were both iocked up in the guardhouse. At a late hour on Thursday nightone rs! Sojnola received the following order from General Van Vecbten ? To Hrl?ariler General Setsot.s. commanding Km pi re Bri By Seerta! Order Ho. KM of the Commander-in-Chief, ft ?o). <>r which o >1< r was this m.rnln* le t with von. it it or Aec-d tit*i t'ol. Hurke's regiment he attached to Grp. Cor ?uran's brigade. You wtli Uterolore at out* plain Colonel Bum In eonimand of hlft r?glt:ient, that hi- may report to Oeoerai C?r or* n tor further order*. * CLTLBR VAN VECHTEN, Inspector General. In re^fy to this order Gene ai spinola stated, that at Colonel Murke had no oomutind wboo It war received, Waving bv the previous order beet, deprived of It. it was tmiMetwfr or htm to execute't. arid so the matter stands, ?wailing the result "f all sort* of law processes, writs, Caption#, pleading* and ao forth, ue we are Informed A TKANSKKK FROM SflNOLA TO COBCORAN. Mix bundled men of tha Twuuty-thl d r gimuut, under aontmaad of Captain II T. (Uufivian. Jr., were traar flerred from the Kmpire Brigade to General f'orcoran's Lag ion. at Ma ten Island. yi sterday t'nder orders from Govern T Mo gan tfie men were marched from the ramp at Kaet New York, and proceeded by cara and erry to Kiaten Island. Military Horementa in ITcw York and Vicinity. CORGORtlf'g IRISH LKUION?CORRECTION. In giving a notice of the pi escalation to Captain N. J. ?Rane,' of General Corcarau's sUff, in yesterday s Issue, the name was errnoeeusly printed " Kune." Captain lane has been appointed first aid to General Corcoran, and it I* but nisi that 111 ? fiub ic should he at id - a gtialtitrd with the pamper eogt.i.ni n ol ao (irotnlueut an ?filter the pie' nut speech was made hy Mr Yin mas t a?slo, and not *Cttrriit TMK BUTT-NINTH NMIIHKNT NKW TOR* STATU MILITIA. Captain William Uulier, ol lomieDy H of the above leg tm tit. lui ordered hi* ooinm <nd to tor* ool to mu re* mnrtinv at bait-past wve i o'clock. iu order to bo pcseni at the fooeial ul tUair late companion in arms, George McVoy, ul No. 2 Leauder pl*oe. TU LATE CAPTAIN KAVANAUH. The friends at the lata tkpuin Kavaitagb. the Sixty third New York Volunteers, Irish Brlgide, met at the As lor House yesterday to prepare for the reception of his remains, which have been sent for to the battle laid uf Antictam, where he foil. A cmmttt eof eight or ten gentletnen?-otllcerg and cirilians?personal i rtends of the rtetuused, w is appointed to take charge of the obs -jutes, and a fund was generously contributed on tbe spot to de fray the oxpeueea Richard O'liormm Esq., was ap pointed treasurer to the fund. ]he remains will arrive hero in a few days, and wtll be receired with military honors at the headquarters of 'be Irish Brigade, No. 6j<3 Broadway, to which p.ace the -'flice bus ju.-i been re moved. Hie committee will no doubt give public notice of the time appointed lor the funeral ceremouies. SEVENTH NATIONAL GUARD BKIOADB OP NEW YORK. The oillcc s and members of the Seventh regiment New York Male Mi.itiu held a meeting at the regimental armory last e\entng, for the purpose of Liking steps to ral-e a brigade to b<' culled '? '1 he Seveulh National Uuurd Brigade of New York." Ihe meeting was very laige and harmonious t'olonol Marahal Leflcrls presided. Several resolutions were ad pted, aud a number oi committees were sppuiuied to take the matter in hand and obtain the necessary authority irom goveiumeut. The brigade will be officered from the ruuks of the old Seventh regiment, and will preserve all the distinctive marks and drill of that orark organization. COMPANY O, EIGHTH REGIMENT NKW YORK 8TATB MILITIA. The Engineer Corps of the Eighth New York State Militia is about to be formed into a regular company of the regiment, and to be designated us company G. As lbs reserve Service is about to be tully reorganized under the recent actieu of the Gubernatorial t onveutiwu, ie oruiLs arc solicited tq join ibiscoat|iaiiy, which is to be commanded by Captain Wm. M. Walton, formerly com mander of the Engineer corps TUB NINTH REGIMENT NKW YORK STATE MILITIA, litis regiment has been in service sixteen months, and has bsen in all the late battles, which has reduce I their number t ah ut two hundred eirective men. Lieutenaut A. B Miles ts recruiting for this regiineut at the corner of Broadway and Thirteenth street. A MOVEMENT TO PILL UP THE EXCEI SIOR BRIGADE. A meeting was held at the Asi >r House yesterday many 01 our most indueDiiut citizens being present? to take iuto c> moderation the must speedy means to till up the ranks of the Excelsior Brigade lb>n. i harles P Kirtlund acted as l liairm in. and Edward 11 -)le as .-vera tary. A committee was appointed to receive subscrip tions, and Mr. A. V. Stout was appointed Treasurer of the fund. SWORD PRESENTATION. A beautiful sword, belt aud sash were presented by the friends ot capt. .Jus. Lee, ol the ibird Metropolitan regi uient New York State Voluutcers, at the residence of Joseph Thompson, Esq., Deputy United States Marshal. The reci dent is oue of tbo Ma.sbUs aids, and tbe ur raugcinuiils were under the especial siitmriuieudence of Deputies Luther Horton, William Buckley and Wilu&in l'ee>. The presentation was made by Mr. I u->m|*ion tn a few ha' ny remarks, to which ( Apt. lav; appropriately re Bjp'Uiled. The company, which consisted oi about twen ty -Ave bentlemou, then sat down to a supper provided in tbe usual stj ie. AVPOINTMEVT OP COLONEL CE3N0LA TO THE COM MANlt OP TUK FOURTH NBW YORK CAVALRY. We ur- happy to announce the piaciug of Colonel Louis I'ulina di ( 'esnola in command o. tbe" fourth regiment New York cavalry, a gentleman who has been educated in some of the lineal military schools in Europe, aud w is for a number ol years?altli >ttgb young, being only now iu the twenty-ninth year oi his age?a U.stlnguished oilleer in Lite ini dinian army. This gallant iHcer lias not been tdie in his profession for the benefit of his adopted coun try, as he h is, during the pant eighteen months, instruct ed about eight hundred ollicers of New York regiments, who a e now iu the Qeni, many of them having gained dig tioction. Colonel Cesuola is a man of supei tor education, gentlemanly hearing and unquestionable bravery. These latter q.iulit: . , aided to his military kaowlJoge, will, no doubt, mike him a great acquisition to the cavalry branch of oar service. Colonel t 'esnola married a year ago the youngest daughter of Captain Samuel C. Reid, of tins city. He is to be attached to the command of Genu ral Slgel, in whose confidence he stands very high. TIIE GROCERS' MiLITART FUND. The committee appointed by tbe grocers and the traders connected therewith, for the purpose of raising a war fund to encourage enlistments in the army of the United States, acknowledge the receipt of the following sums:? G. W. Hillman & Co... .$100 I). C. Ripley $100 Ponvert&Uo 100 Katmau & Co loo W. H. Jaunccy 60 Ruius Mory & Co 6u A. A. Low ii Brii 6uo Young* A-( o 50 Weston & Gray iii>0 Jus. Wan en 20 llowland At Aspinvvall.. 250 g. Van Benscboten k Co 100 N. L A Geo. Grlswold. 260 Yaientiae <k liwrgen.... 200 Total $2.!2Q Ezra Whi-eier Ac O 100 Prev. acknowledged.. Ih.OpG Oiy ph i ?:ifjon & Co... 100 . low, Youngs Ac Co 100 Total $dl,0bt> WM. A. BOOTH, Treasurer, 26 Front street. New York, Sept 28,1802. TKS SEVENTY-FIRST REGIMENT TO BE PAID Or? TO DAY. Colonel Martin has issued an order requiring the several companies of the t-eventy-ilrst regiment New York Mate Militia to assemble at the regimental armory at eight o'clock this morning, for the purpose ot receiving their pay. PVTORD PRESENTATION. Captain John B. lloustaiue, oi Company I, One Hundred and Thirty--econa regiment. Empire Brigade, was the recipient of a splendid sword, sash and belt at the hands ol Ins company on Wednesday. Departure of New Jersey Troops. Be Huso TO5, Sept. 20. 1SC2. The Twen<*lblrd regiment Now Jersey Volunteers, Col. Cor, r.".u' 1 r B'liliPgWn county. 1,000 strong, fully equipped, !e:i r np Cadwallader, Beverly, t^>* morning, in steamer <. V. lahicgton, via Philadelphia. Newark, N. J., Sept. 26,1862. The Twenty-si* h New Jorscy regiment left hero about noon to day, over 1,000 strong. This is the same regi ment sf which ex iggerated accounts of skedad lling were published. Marching by, they reminded lookers on of the last regiment that left here, which went into bat tle two weeks after and won dk*tiuattoa. Lieutenant Colonel Oaryee, of Mac Mary land Second. Headquarters, Second Maryland Volunteers, 1 Antietam, Md , Sept. 21,1802. J To kle Excellency, A. TV. Bradford, Governor of Mary* land ? Sib?This is to respectfully represent that I now bold tho post of Lieutenant Colonel in the Second regiment Maryland Volunteers; that in consequence of not being a native of the State of Maryland, I am deprived of that which a soldier h'Ids .most d- ar?promotion; therefore I am induced to resign my commission. I would further represent, that I am not under arrest, and that I have handed over all books and papers belonging to the regi ment to the proper officer authorized to receive them, and do now press mis, my resignation, the same to be unconditional end immediate. 1 am, sir, very respect fully , your obodwnt servant, J. EUGENE DURYEE Lieut. Col. Oom'g Second regiment Md. vols. Board of Aldermen, THE OAS MONOPOLY?OATH OF ALLEGIANCE TO CITY EMFLOYE8. This Board met last evening at six o'clock, on n special call made at one o'clock. Alderman Jeremiah was called to the chair. A considerable quantity of routine business wee trans ected. TBS MANHATTAN OAS OOKFAXT. A resolution from tho Couuctlmea. stating that the Manhattan Gas Company had given notice of their intention of putting an additional sum of fifteen cents on every thousand cubic feet, to meet the war tax. and to be borne by the consumer, that it is well known that the said gas company haa declared a dividend of from twenty five to thirty ]?r cent, and that it is an Injustioo to make the already over taxed citizens pay this additional war tax The < ounsel for the Corporation was called upon to make a transfer to the city of all the rights and privileges of the Manhattan Gas Company, in accordance with a provision In their charter. Alderman i ari.it said this was an important matter, and should be rch-rrnd to a special committee. He know that when his family were out of town and no gas used the company charged as much as when all the burners in his bouse were lighu-d Aldermau Mm uni pronounced this gas company as sn odious mobopoly, and it was the duty of thw city govern no ut to supply the citizens with gas and take the mono poly from the Manhattan Company. Tho matter was referred to a special committee of throe Aldermen Barley, Brady and Walsh. THIC OATH OR AIXWItAN W TO ORFICUI*. ' The resolution of the Councilman, calling upon the heads of department* to administer to all employes the oath of allegiauce to the government, was called up. Alderman Waien moved as an amendment that the oath be administered to "support the constitution or the United States," lustead of allegiauca to the government. Wno this amendment the resolution was concurred in. The Board resolved to pay Mrs, Gallagher, widow of I tie late sergeant at Arms, the remainder ot his salary lor the year 1MB. Adjourned to eleven o'clock this (Saturday) morning. Provincial Fair. Toronto, ?S|>t. 20.1B?2. The Provincial Exhibition cloned to-lay. It ww deci ded le bold Ibe lair next year ul MORKlon. Arrivals sail Dcpartarss. A Kill V A I.S. AurimrAt.i?Steamship Aili-1?Mr and Mr* ES O*iroo d Mi? h Hart. C'upt and Mi?- i A hl*trher, M"* 8 Pl'initnrf Ln in J M Merrunan J R William win, .1 K n?ry, J II Kced, Mr? J II Reed. Afiif* M"*d. M?r\ Kent. J Mall'toll, M H < 'Ar p nlrr, h 0 J Tibbniv h riiainlierlln, M Travt-r* J' Craig W Reed, Mr and Mr* W 'I H-i. *.-|, All - Hi cXrl, 8 ttliliachwif, John B Joliunon?and aieru |(|j m ibtt aerond can It - ltd fctri*ra?e. Jiawr Obi.baN* ?t? Havana?8l?ani?htp Phil* > pht? ?II R Yen Ul. laiy. '!? Children alid arrant, li Html le, u rt M hn C8A. A W i.Ill, A .. 8 Hl.k. . M I a R }|an> "t>u and Child, J I. A 'V "Ity l 8A. K W Kelly, M' m. a. II rp r, .Mr* H n ? do 'alio and vbi J, li K ? cVent, Ml*? limot -and In ihe average. Ln utriioi?Ship Invincible?IV liar If, J (fat disc, and D M M"in?0'i Matamoi'""?Srhr Echo?Walter 'ireei o.igb. Jr, V * <rr:?. T II llrieo, b Morrla, wile and child. MOTHER RAILROAD CATASTROPHE. Terrible OUaater on the Cmnberlaad Val ley Railroad?A 1 amber of the Prim lylvania Mlllttu Killed uad Wouuded UkiimiBpukt, Urrwni Makiusbi ho, I slept 26, 1m>2 J A terrthle ooiliSMD took place on the Cumber Laud Valley Railroad this morning, ooe mile above Harrteburg One 01 the trams bad a number oi Pennsylvania militia on board, returning borne irosn the Maryland border. Ton or twelve soldiers were killed and about twenty wounded, Including two Ibilodelpbiana killed and ten wounded. Tbe severest case or loss was In Company I of tha Twentieth Pennsylvania Militia, belonging to Heading Among the killed Is a son of Robert Hoamer, of tins city. Many of the Corn Exchange Guard were killed or wounded. Captain Marshall's leg waa broken. First Lieutenant A. W. Thompson's leg waa aleo broken. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. ilAhRiBHCRO, Pa., Sept. 20,1802 A troop train, consisting of twenty freight cars, con taining tbe Twentieth regiment of Penusylvanui Militia, while on its way from New Castle this lorenoon, met with a terrible disaster. The train was behind time, and waited at Carlisle for other trains to pass; but none coming along, aa expected, the troop train proceeded on Its way. The weather waa quite foggy, and when within a mile of the bridge, a short distance from this city, tbe train suddenly came upon an engine standing on tbe track. The engine attached to the troop train was immediately reversed; but It was too late to prevent a oollison, and 'he two engines came together with territlo force. The hrst cur immodiaioly behind the loudar, attached to the troop train, was crushod into fragments, and nearly all of Ua occupants either killed or wouuded. The second cur was driven into the Urst and completely destroyed. The third car was thrown on tha top of the second, crushing through tbe roof of it. Dot h engines are a complete wreck. The cause of the accident vas gross carelessness. Thirty soldiers were seriously wounded. The following are tne names ot some of the killed ? Corporal T. Mariner, of Philadelphia, crushed between the cars John Mcintosh.Company F.Coro Exchange regiment. Mr Md'haters, Company F, Corn Exchange regiment. Reed McKay, Company F.Corn Exchange regiment. Albert Warner, of Heading. Sergeant Henry Fleck, of Reading. August Keller, of Heading Protestant Episcopal Missionary Olo? crian Convention. THIRD DAY. At tbs in (???tine of the Convention yesterday morning delegates, clerical and lay, from the Chuich of the Reeor rectlon presented themselves. and the church represent ed by them was admitted to anion with the Convention DIVISION OF TI1K PIOlKSS. The Prkmpbnt intimated that the nistiei first to be taken up by the Convention was the consideration of the motion of the Rev. Mr. Ruggles to postpone to the next Diocesan Couvention the proposition for the division of the diocess. A vote was taken by ayes and noes upon tbe question of postponement, and decided in the negative?ayes 74, noes 82. The vole by churches was theu taken, and ro - corded as follows:?For postponement, 07; against, 39. This left the question statu qtw, owing to the failure of both orders to agree. Debate wag again resumed on the motion of the majority of thirteen of the committee to whom was submitted the question of the subdivision of the diocess?that motion being that such division was at this time inexpedient. Several gentlemen addressed tbe Convention on the question, some contending for tbo motion of division, otbers expressing views in favor of tbe present unity of tbe diocess. Judge Hetts offered tbo following amendment:?That tbo resolution of the committee shall stand as it is; that at present it is luux(?dieni to divide the diocess; and, further, that tbe subject bo recommitted to the commit tee, with instructions to divide the diocess into u<>t lesi than three and not inoro than Ave districts, to tbe end that, in case any one, or all separately, of these dis tricts apply to tbis Convention to he erected into an independent diocess, the necessary means may oe taken to that end, should the Convention deem such uo ti?)D expedient. The following .amendment to the above amendment , ia the course ol Uie debate, was accepted by tbe move, i Sir. Belts). Resolved. That the whole subject ef a division of the diocess he referred to a committee 10 be appoin'di; this Convention, to iunber consider it tn conference with the Bishop mud \o reeort at next Coi>?nUoa. Desultory debute again sprang up and wasted the time of tbe Convention, notwithstanding frequent attempts ,f the President to call up the order of the day. Rev. Dr. Tymi and Rev. Hbnry K. Month 'Heiii addressed lbs Convention while tbe question ol division wu leglu mutely under c insideralion. The eloquent speeches of aqmlsinen.were listened to with great a?tcnlie-(, tb.if remarkKbemg fir'TeficI)' gained to the question at issue, though advocating opposite tuition?Rev. Dr. Tyng being in favor Of the diocess, Mr. Montgomery in favor of its subdivision. The Convention voted on the question of dividing tbe diocese,and decided, first, that it is inexpedient at the present time to divide the diocese; and, Fecund, that the whole subject he referred to a committee of nine, to lie appointo r by the Convention, which committee shall con sult with the Bishop and report at the next Dioeeaan Con vention. EVENING SESSION. At tbe evening session a committee was appointed to carry out the purpose of the resolution, consisting as fol lows:?Rev. A. N. Little.iobn, D. D.; Rev. J. I). Price, D. D.; Rev. Robert T. S. Lowell, Rev. Thomas M. Peters, Hon. Murray Hodman. Hon. S. B. Buggies, Hon. William Beits. Hon. E. E. Ilalght. Tbe Convention then adjourned tine die. President Taylor's Plantation. The Morilpolicr (Vt j Juumal contains s letter from s soldier of the Vermont Eighth, dated Camp Allemauds, August 29, in which ha states that on the previous Thursday, the property of (General Richard Taylor, a sun of old General Taylor (by whom it was bequeathed to him), was confiscated, the son being now in the rebel army Tbe slaves, one hundred and fifty in number, were all declared emancipated, while the plantation was plundered by the Union soldiers. According to the writer It is one of the meet splendid plantations that I ever Saw. There are on it seven hundred scree of sugar cane, which must rot upon the ground if the government doee not harvest it. 1 wish you oould have seen the soldiers plunder this plantation. After the stock was driven off, the boys began by ordering the slaves to bring out every thing there was to eat and drink. They brought out hundreds of bottles of wine, eggs, preserved figs and peaches, turkeys, chickens and honey in auy quantity. I brought away a large camp kettle and frying pans that belonged to old General Taylor, and also many of his private papers. I have one letter of his own hand writing, and many from Sec retary Marcy; some from General Scott, and some from the traitor T loyd. I brought to camp four bottles of claret wine Lieutenant brought away half a barrel of the best syrup from the augur house, and a large can of honey. The camp kottle and pans 1 intend to send home Thi y are made of heavy tin covered with copper. I think 1 will send home the private papers by mall if 1 do not let any one have them. The camp is loaded down with plunder?all kinds of cloth ing, rings, watches, guns, pistols, swords, and some of General Taylor's old huts and coals, belts, swords, and, in fact, every old relic he had is worn about tbe camp. You and every one may be thankful that you ure out of the reach of plundering armies. Here an' whole families oi women and children running in the woods?large plan tati >ns entirely deserted?nothing left except slaves too old to run sway?all kinds of the best mahogany furniture broken to pieces. Noihiug is respected The Adulteration of Milk. RITPRKMK UOl'RT?-OKNEKAL TKRM. Before Hon. Judge* Ingraham (P. J.), Clerk* and Barnard. SreT 28.?The People vt. Jacob Pi<rUK.&.?This cato came up on apfieal from tlie Special .Sen,?'Ions, where the defendant was convicted find sentenced, under au act of the last legislature, which made the rale of impure or adulterated milk a misdemeanor, punishable by fine of too or Imprisonment until paid. Mr. Stuart, for tbo prisoner, contended that the law waa strictly *uiiilary, to prevent the Bale of Impure, dis eased or unwholesome miik?the nretcrvatl >11 of health and not the prevention of traud, Going the object of the framers of the law. To adulterate is In corrupt, but water d'os not adulterate milk, as it is i.nt a foreign ad mixture, but one of the principal ingredient* therein . If milk is not impure u its natural state,consisting or nine ty two per cCul of water, it will not bu tirade wo by add ing water up to nlnoty-live per cent. Mr. Hail, Jiiwtricl Attorney, contended that tlie L"gisla Inline Intended to pr otect all classes against ado.If rat ion In the origiual constituents of milk. In Worcester's dic tionary tlie word adulturata Is defined to corrupt hy some foreign admixture or by Intermix lug what is lews valuable, If it is not rendering a gallon of milk Impure by adding to it a quart of watei it is none the less impure it lie propur-ioii be four qoaris of water 10 one of miu Many men say that to mix brandy Into nmk and make puueu is u .l nil adultoratiou. It would he, hoWcter, It ihe i?ni i p-ruuee mi kman add'd wi.ier and iho other man added brandy I his wm the edaan utl /?bturiiim Mr btuart replied, batismu reserved. City Intelligence. Ortrnvg Bar ?In our report of the millinery opening* lo this city on ihursdny last ;n our issue ol yc ieiuay, wo c entloned tb" well kt i?n millinery cstah'ishriniit of Madame h.alin No, d< i fir a i way 11a/'line hiihn rj qu< sis ul I elate that uvui, lo ?' -? pre. ent Jewini Imil du)s,sne will ii"i ojv n lo r vstabnahir.cut until ctat M .1 day the 2ktb instant. GENERAL POPE'S RETREAT. OIHelml Ll?t of Kill.it, Wounded und Missing lu the Fifth New York (Dur* jree's Zuuiivea). Through the courtesy of Major Qouv. Carr (late of the Filth New Yoikl, we are enabled to publish the following full and acc irate list of the lues us suffered by the Fifth New York Volunteers (Dury.e's Zouaves) in the engage meul of August 30, 1302. U has been prepared from offl ciai sources by Colonel G. K. Warren, and muy bo lm plicitly relied upon:? 0;pickr->.?Killed?Captain Wm. F Lewis, Co. D; Captain liOuige O. Hugur, Co. F; Adjutant Frederick W. Sovereign. WnumUtd?Second Lieoieuant William Hoff man. < o. I; Second Ltou?ensiit Henry Keysur, Co. A. Wtmndtd and l'risoners?>' iptaiu Charles S. Montgomery, Co. C; Ca lam Carl.v ie Boyd, to A; ( aptaiu Jos. MoCou ueli.Co. H; Sofrmd Lieutenant K. O. Wright, (Jo. 1); Second Lieutenant Jobn b Raymond, Co. H?10. NON-IOMMUMU.SSU Om UW AND PKIVATKH &JLLKD, WOUNDED AND MIssiKU, Company A.? Wiumtid?Sergeant P. Gllliran, arm; Corporal Andrew Bluir,Corporal Wm. J. Vetluku. Wm. K liiiley. Thorn is Fox, Gusihvus Peters, Sninuol Titus,Th s. M W icker, Sergeant J >seph Vail, Corpoi al Theodore Hart, Charles Boi.ee tool, Augustus Comsl.ck, John 11. Pyke, Thomas Ryer, Isaac C. I he man?16 Missing?Corpora Geo. Huntsman, Henry Peeiy, J. loelonius, G. Niebuhr.l Henry W Stevens?6. Total eisualt es in lompany a, 20 i u.ui'anv H.? Killed?' or|Kiral Wui. B. Harrison, Camui. LougstaiT, E. C. Ellsworth, Chailes Collins, David S Soliy, (.eo W. Taylor?9. Woun 'cd?So gaunt H. C. I'eck, Cor poral H. B. Suston, Charles Collins, G. F. Colwell. Frede rick Fowler, Ji sse C. Johnson, Joseph Robinson, Corporal (Liver J. Kodgers, All red tilater, Frcd'k H. Cr.igbton, Henry Greenwood,Robert Mtiuuie,C. V. -amis, Fred'k G Mnart?14. Mutiny?Corporal J. C. Boyd, Charles Arabs ler. Gilbert Boyd, dr miner; Edward Farre.i, R. b. Fo garty, Wm. Skilol/ , W. F. Messenger, John Stevensou, N. C. Warren, inrpoial Ed. W. Ia'w.s, Patrick Bergen, i'bomis (hrystai, t>. W. Ford, H. C. Geo, Pat. MclCeuna, iin.sirian; U W I'owo.l. James Sutherland, John Whue? lb. Total cas allies of Comp .uy B, 38. Company C.?Killed?Dennis (i. McCauley. Wounded? Sergeant Francis I On bnc, Corporal C. P. Humphreys, cor|ioraI Chas. Reddington, Ceo. Galligan, J. G. Laba^b .las. Whytel, Sergeant G. W. Wautnm.iker, Corporal David i'emari st, Corporal H. B. Kritzler, H. Chabot, 11 Loder hose, Jas. H. Tubin?12. Mi ting?Corporal Ebeneaer r-mlih, Wm. Cbattert.ni, Kugme Ceer, Heury iAspinesse, Lewis Mates, Tbos. B. Reynolds, Reubeu W. I), titu gis, Jonas Bryant, John Gibbs, John Crogun, John MoAuas, ie, Dennis u'Brlsn, Washington 3ofie.d. Total casualties Co. C, 23. Company D.?Killed?Sergeant Joseph H. Pierce, U. S. Blunt, Corporal Benj. Herrian. Join s McCarthy. W'nu td blunt, corporal bodj. reman, .lam a .Metarmy. n ow.'id ni?Serge.u t Jolin 11. Roilly. Francis II. Hickel, J. R. Fiu uer, Heuj F. I'oa^e, Abraham Danker, Cyrus Hu,,adorn, J hu Johnson, David A. Sliaw, Corporal George M. Mel downey, Edward J Bird, James 1. Hill, John B.'oebUer, George Daiey, Jacob il illhuyser, Jobu E. Newman, Wm Wildey Kmng?Thomas H. Clarke, John lioolahau, Joseph Tyndall, James P. lienham, John T. Malion. Total casualties Company D, 26. Company E.? Wounded?Sergeant Joseph Gates, Ser geani George M. Sinc.air, Corporal James M Allaire,Cor poral John Uodgcrs, Coriiorul John Carroll, Charles lir.idy, James ' ochran, Andrew Coulee, H. J. Poison, Wm. Davis, F Kimball, Jacob Mungis, Charles H. R..ss, Ibomas Rich toil, John Br noun, Geo.ge P. Barlow, John Connolly, Ed ward Crugar, Wtn. H lk'groot, Jacob llaulon, Jos. lAjaliy, George McGeeban, T. E. Roy. Miming?Cor|ioral John Craft. Charles Billitor, .James Brady, John Cassia, John Kerr George Morrison. I'eter Van Gendcrn, Sylvester Austin, Richard Blake, AIT. cd 'V Clark, Wm Kerr, Loan Morceau George Spencer. Total casualties Company E.30. Company F ?Killed?? orporal Geo ;e W. Leavltt, Louis Valoux, William II. Ely in. Wound ,1?. u.-ooral Jainvs II Franklin, John I-an el, llruno Hcnulo, Nicholas llaus mau James Morrissey, Samuel Perkins n. George Post, James Riley, .lames Sberrtduu, Robert Sadler, r-ergeant E. W Marsh, William F. Davidson, Thomas llealy.Geo. A liitcbcock, Edward Met err. W illiam MuGulhu, Naihau S Paul, Jacob Plsitch, Charles H. Reilly, Benjamin A. Sullivan, James II. Wobh. Mitring?Sergeant Charles B. Poller, Corporal W A. Wheat, Clinton 3. Cowles, Edward Sinimouds, Corporal Francis A. Morgan, Chas. E. Brehtn, Charles E Deuuis, David Wells?9. Total casualties iu Company F, 32 Company G ?Killed?First Sergeant Wm McDowell, O. W Taylor, 1' U Brady?3. Wounded?Sergeant P. L. Wilson, Robert Amos, leauder Brown, Peter Goiters, John Giilin Frrick Lawsou, ti. D. Rodgors, George Smith, Sergeant Spell man, Thomas Briscoe, Wm. Cole, Dennis Guiuau, I gnat / Eli trees, Michael McMahon, Wm. Shep herd, Win Wilson?lb. Missing?Corporal John Noble. John Boyle, .lames Cafhey, Edward Hoffman, Victor D. Mahouey. James Patterson, A. J. Rodgers, Charles Tay lor, 11. It. Wiglism, Davnl Byrnes. Chas Baldwin, Wm. U. Davis, Daniel Hogan, James Martin, Thomas Rooney, James Riley Johu Van Benschotou?17. Total casualties in company G?bb Company H ?Killed?Color sergt. A B. Allison, ITorace E. Williams, Wm Marsh?3 Wounded?Corporal J. F. Boyd, Wm. Alexander, Jas A Cochrane, George Flnley. Charles Lunusy, Thomas Madden, Wtn.H Roggnnslein? since dead. Win. Walker, Patrick Gleason, Fred. Bollet, E. Engell, Francis Killelen, Wm Livingstone, James McLaren, P. Scherer. Wm 7.ink?lb, Missing?Wm. H. Ames. John Heflern&n, Deums Latmhan, James Reilly, Henry Woodl'ail, Francis Higgins, James Kent,, lames Roy ncl.ls.Wm. Ussher?9. Tol .l casualties in companv Tl- .'8. Company I.?Killed?Corporal John Milliken, John Hau nati?2. Wounded?Cor(K>ral Jas. ,1 Rohm.son, J. W ,M uiatk, Charles Dawson, Thomas Pine, Heury Sault, Henry <iruon, Corp. James Boyd, Edward Dillon, Moses G Jou.-s, At onzo Rankin, Wm. B Sloat, Allen Wilson?12. Mis sing?Samuel II. Blake. Edward Dillon. John Kabb,Jas. P.Crawford, John Hearne?6. Total casualties in Com pany 1?19. Company K.?Killerl?Corp. John C. Keyes, David Da vis, A ibert hillock. James Coppers. Francis Plumb?6 Wounded?Sergt. Heury 11. Buxton, Corp. John II. Clay ton, Richard Aekerman, George Davidson, John H. Haughwout, Thomas Herrlcx, J. II. Martin. Levi P. Pond, ?Sergt. Wm. B. Hogeboom, Corp. John N. Cady. J. W. Carter, David M. Fruleigli, John Horgan, John Kerrigan. F. U. Newburg,' barles Btuyvesaut?19. Mvting? Corp! Win. G Mafhaunon, Edward Eg an, Jonss Holland. Pic; co Carey, John Finn,Oscar Sturgls?6. Total casualties in Co. K?27. RECAPITULATION. Killed. Wounded. Misting. Officers 3 7 ? ?'omiwny A ? 15 5 Company 0 8 14 18 Company C 1 12 13 Company I) 4 16 6 Company E. ? 23 13 Company F 3 21 8 Company 0 3 18 17 Company H 3 16 0 Company 1 2 12 6 Company K 3 16 0 Total 28 170 00 In lb? above number of missing are Ave sergeants, eleven corporals and forty-live privates known to be killed, but whose names wore unknown to Dr. Winslow, who visited tbe battle field under a flag of trace. Of the above number of wounded 77 w.ere assisted off tbe field, and tbe balance, 82, wore captured and paroiedl Coroners' Inquest*. Founii Dbad cjtiiK* Scsncious Cmouumxcss.?A dissolute woman, named Alio* Wade, was found dead yes terday, In the rear of No. 184 Leonard street, under cir cumstances which led the pollco to believe that she bad been boa'en to death by a man named Richard Bohleo Coroner Ranney held an Inquest upon the body, when It appeared In evidence that deceased had been living with Bohlen as his wife, and bad been frequently beaten by him lor getting drunk. A day or two previous to her death sho received a severe rastigation at the hands of Bohlen, which, it is believed, resulted fatally. Tbe jury rendered a verdict against the aecused, and tbe Coroner locked bim up to await tbe action of the Grand Jury. Kiujd wine* Oonra to a Fibs.?During the alarm of fire on Wednesday night, the carriage of Hose Company No. 42 came In contact with one of tbe Third avenue rail' road cars, Inluring one of the men on the rope, named Frame Detser, so severely that he died In a abort time afterwards in consequences Deceased was about twenty five years of age, and bad recently returned from tbe war. Coroner Collin held an Inquest. A Boy Kaum ?Micbaol White, a boy about five years old, was instantly killed yesterday by a pile or lumber falling upon bim in Tompkins street. Coroner Ranney was notified to bold an inquest upon iho bDdy. Personal Intelligence. Hon Clarence Buel, Colonel Commanding, Lieutenant Colonel McConlhe, Captain Murnano, Lieutenant Spencer Wood Snyder, and Second Lieutenant Connor*, of the Ono Hundred and Sixty-ninth regiment New York Volunteer*, are stopping at the Astor House. Captain Uivens, of the United States Navy Mafor fbetwMid and Captain Hays, of the United States Army, Dr. Child, of I'ltlsQeld. aud J. G. Meyer and wUu, of Now York, are stopping at the Everett House. Colonel Buel and ofllcor?, of the One Hundred and Sixty ninth regiment New York Volunteers, Captain Spear and W. Mnynard, of Boston: Chartee Parke and family, of California. J. Holbrook, of Connecticut. H W Gardner, of Providence: 0. A. Benton, of Manic; J. W Dy.ir nnd wife, of Michigan. Captain Wilson, of the United States Army, and F. A Hfton, of Springfield, woro among the arrivnts at the Astor House yestord\f, G. B St. John, of Norwftik, Conn.; J. H Chase, of Cleveland. W. H. Ha,court, ol Indiana, I>. J. Daniels and wile, of Indiana. G Mnlviile aud wife, of Burlington, H. Weodworth. of fund du I.k ; J. De ?< Phlladel phia, K. D. Germain, of Milwaukee: fcconurd, of Newhtirg; E. C. Slier man, of Pivmoul^Bfi. Bliss, of PotUnud, aud A. A. Periuc, of Boaiou.ffiffiptVl'Ing at the St. Nicholas Hotel. The Hopper Will Cast. Mt'HKOfi A'IK*H COCHT, Before Hon Judge Daly, Surrogate ex officio. Sun. M ?Mr. Benjamin Blank man, on the |iart of tho proponents, mo veil for an allowance to del ray counsel and oth> r eg peltate. The motion was grounded upon an affidavit of Mr. ChauaceyHhaffitr, staling tb.it the litiga tion was very exiicntiive, and that oo provision was tnsde la defray the outlay Mr. JamesT. Brady, with Mr. Benjamin Galbralth. op posed tin motion, and remarked that Mr. Fanning, one of the exec dors, war adverse to any allowance beiug granted out of * ie e-taio until a iecisiun id the pending controversy could be had Ex-Siirrogatf Bradford i '?pll?"l and Cl'el cases where * ic i allow any was g ante I ny the Surrogate peeling the lltlg HW II .1 Aft I'a y fbought that tho present was a d.lTtrent case i t "in tli e re'err-. d to there being e cnarge it fraud ft.a te i Oder the eircutnsttucvs he did not fcsi bound to greet the motion THE NAVY. Aduotkoack?thirteen guns, steam oorrett*?Com mander tiausevuorl. It In reported at this station tbal tlii*re is some probability tbal tbis spiondid ship, reco. t ly wrecked, is not totally destroyed. It is thought the greater portion of her hull and machinery will be saved. Chcsadkk?seven guns, steam gunboat.?This vessel having completed her reottirs. hauled iuto the stream at this siatlou on Friday lust, piovious to leaving for Hump ton Roads Her crew consists of one hundred picked men. She is to take out a draft of meu for the blockudlng squadron. The following Is a list of her officers.? Acting Matter Commumtiig?Thomas Andrews. AUtng Mi stern?ii W. Nelson and H Parsons. Acting AtiixtaiU SurgroH?John 11. II. ihininall. Acting AuitUud Paymaster?T. ilcBrown. Acting Thinl Atxi-Uant Engineer*?P. C. Urigham, B. F. Beckett and ti. R. Fuller. Dictator?now Iron-clad.?Dictator is to be the name of Erk'Ssi.in's new iron clad. She will bo tho largest iron clad buiit in America. klEMtfmis?prize steamer ?The Memphis, having been turned over to the nnvy, is being converted iuto a gun boat at this station. She is a splendid eraft, and will prove very useful to the government. S?.\foa?six guns.?A survey has been held on this ves sel at the Brooklyn Navy Tard. Her repairs are pretty extensive; but a large force of men will be put to work on her right away, as tho Department Is anxious to have her put in active service as soon as possible. Tioondbt.o'ia?new steam frigate ?This vessel, being built in Fhiphouso No. 2. at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, will bo launched in less than a month. The engines two tn number?are ready. NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN. Business at this station is as biisk as over. There are now some fifteen vessels undergoing repairs, independent of those being built, and tho number of men e.iuiloyod Is nearly 4,<00. Hon. K!ijah Ward visited the receiving ship North Carolina yesterday, accompanied by J H. Young, Esq.jlorinerly United States Consul to tho Nether lauds and Wc3t Iudia Islands, Mr. Mis-es Ward and otburs. Hon. K. Ward was ou official business, and expressed himself thoroughly satisfied with the sanitary condition of the ship. By the Navy Register, just published, and which comes down to September 1, 1002, we fiud that there are now in tho navy the following officers:? Actict Litt. Jtetired Lift. Total Rear Admirals 4 9 12 Commodores 18 17 35 Captains 40 32 72 Commanders 91 19 110 Lietuenun t Com man i let s. 144 ? 144 Lieutenants 90 23 113 Surgeons 80 11 91 Passed Assist int and Assist ant durgeons 120 4 124 Paymasters 02 9 71 Assis.tuut Paymasters 31 ? . 31 Cbapialu* 16 T 217 Professors of Mathematics... 12 tmm 12 Masters, Passed Midshipmen ami Midshipmen, retired and reserved 10 Midshipmen on duty al sea 67 Mi Ishlpmen at Naval Academy 320 Boatswains 61 Gunners 93 Car|ietuors 6o Sadmakcrs 46 ESIIINFKPS Chief Engineers 46 SronrlAsst Engineers 76 First Asst. Engineers.. 32 Third Asst Engineers.. 246 MAK..\>: C'iRFS. Colonel Commandant 1 Captains 20 General Staif 5 First Lieutenants 30 Colonel 1 Second I.ieutenauts.... 20 Lieutenant Coloucls 2 Retired list * 4 Majors 4 VOLUNTMK OFFICERS. Acting Lieutenants 14 Acting Assistant Pay Act. Vol. Lieutvuauls.. 28 masters and Clerics 140 Acting Masters 681 Act. 1st Asst. Engineers 41 Acting Knsigus CO Act. 2d Asst. Engineers 87 Acting Masters' Mates. 677 Act. 3d Asst. Engineers 238 Acting Asst. Surgeons.. 93 Total number of oillcers 3,748 There are of all classes of vessels in the navy 321, car rying in the aggregate 2,716 guns and 189 498 louoago Of theso there are seven on tho stocks and in ordinary, pierced for 365 guns and 14,429 tonnage Ovs used as re ceiving vessels, pierced for 232 guns and xnoiug 9.638 tons, and live used as ships of instruct'in and practice ships, pierced tor 129 guns andof 6,940 tonnage, leaving, as the present available force of the tavy L07 vessels 1,990 guns and 169,593 tonnage in addition to these there are building as rap'dly as po.-sibie at Portland, Portsmouth. Newburyport. Boston, New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Bordentown. Pbdadel phis, Chester, Va , Wilmington, Brownsville. Pit'Mmrg Cincinnati, Mound City and St Louis, 39 iron clad vessels 21 sidt wlie ?! and 12 screw steamers, carrying as aggro gate arutanieut ol 356 guns and ol 77,014 'teenage. THK DRY GOODS TRADE. The fo]lowiug Is a comparative ? veuent of the im ports of foreign dry goods at Now York for lbs week ending September 25, sod since January 1 ? Fur the wtek. 1S60. 1861. 1862. Entered at ix.rt.. .$1 ,809,305 303.925 1.647,816 rhrownon market. 1,981,076 625,083 1,653'*95 Sine January 1. Entered at port.. .93,429.297 86,606,054 43.530,393 Thrownon market.83,9a9,0J5 35,679,303 48,422,182 By the above Statement it will bo seeii that though the goods oulei.-d nt this , ort the post week were larger thau they were for the s .me period last year, yet they were toss than they were iu IS30. The same may bo said of thu goods thrown upon the market for the same periods. The aggregates since th. 1st of January lost were larger than those for tbo fame .,me last year, but under thoso for the same period Iu lMio. Of the goods entered the past week for consumption, manufactures of wool amount ed to $721,067; cotton, $183,976; silk, $348,141; flax, jell,661, and Miscellaneous to $66,117. Total, $1,519,892. The w hole-uilo Jobbing trade has been mo lerate the |?st week, mi it. *y excitement at tin West, embracing the cities of t incinuati and Louisville, have tended to pre vent buyers appearing from that section or cooulry in uumbers who ti probably otherwise would have occurred. The near by trade was also lignt. The price** of staple fabrics, b-*th foreign and domestic, were -uf-uioed i>o. mestic goods gcuerally were quiet, except shawls and army goods. Cotton goods were dud,and purcu isas were made by speculators at a decline of 6 i 6 per cent below regular prices. Commission house.- Pianifer-ted no diS|x> sitlon to press sales. Stocks of most kinls were ample, so for as the immediate wauls ef the trade were con corned. Sales of printing cloths were made at Provi dence a." follows, the market closing Lirm?6,000 pieces 64x64. 12c., six mouths; 17,000 do. 64x64, lljgc. net, cosh; 6,000 do. 64x04, 11J4C net, cash. For most de scriptions of cotton goods, incladiog shirtings, sheetings, drills, cotton llannch, 4c., prices were without change of iini*ortancc, though the market generally was less active. In foreign goods trade was (lack, and the bualnesa doing less active, while pricee fee most descriptions were sustained. Low priced silka c ntiuued te bo In ge**d re quest. Linens were higher, prices having materially ad vanced on the other side. Stocks bere are held at au ad vance of 6 to 25 per cent. Auctiou sales have been active during the week, and prices for most descriptions bare been sustained, com pared with those of previous saloe of the season. A pub lic sale of 20b lots oi brocbe loug and square shawls, in cluding brocho striped, and 80 lots uf fancy wo.dien do. Nearly the winds were sold at fair prices. Ur*?be squares brought $2 87/? a $4 05; do., longs, $5 87', a $8 37 ; chaiuu Uiue squares, $4 10 a $4 80 . 72 inch, $5 62', a $6; 76 inch, $6 86 a $7 05, chatoe laino longs, $8 37.'- i \ brocho strii* squares, 63 a $8 62% \ do cashmere long. $3 12a 12 '4. Other sales were made, inch' mg ribbons and millinery, which realized lair prices A sale of dress silks, Ac., of the importation of Gourd, Ere .is A Co., was made. It drew a good company, but the pi ices obtained were low. Messrs Wumcrdin.s \ Mount he id a satislaclory sale of nmcellaiicoun giods, of wodlens, linens, Ac , which, compared with previous sales, did well. SHIPPING NEWS. ALMANAC rOK VI W YORK?HUH DAT. ROW MRM 6 !U I MOON *Kra OTA H 04 its mi 5 60 | nil.II WAiKit ova II Uti Pert ef New York, September HO, 1S64. Cl.liAKF.I). StaatalCr. Elit burg (Br), McUnigan, Idreroook?John O Mi. mchiiim ? j? New York (Brem), Wenrke, Southampton and Bremen?Oeli icha A To. .siilp Avemr (r'r), Parmler, Havre?W Salem A Oo. Hark l>'(..mn |Mr>, Crosby, Warren I'olnt? lMmleton ?ro?. t.Hrk Tor main Taeao (Meek), Bradherlng. Llabon?Funch, Jlemekc A Wendl. * Hark K K M'uti?. Meana, I'emambiieo?C A E J Peter?. B.irk S II Oaauiu, I'armelee, Barbados?Bishop A Bros. Ban. He iwleer, Coiitls, llatana?W W Huaaell, Bro A ('#. Bai k J.ib Smith, Anderson Kllrahetlipnrt?T H ' base A Oo. Brig Trr aiaa (Mr), Prion, Penarth Koada?J () Baker A Co. Brig Carl C'nnatatiUue (l'roa), Welken. (guerustown?W Rab in A Co. Hi Ik I rene Wind. Cliaee, Bnlhlimt?0 A E J Peters. Hi Iff Pienuia llonba, Kins, Hi I'lrrre, Hail?Walsh, Canrer * Mr I* Prince of Wales, Partridge, Neuvltaa? II D Krookman A Co. Mrlg Bra Bird (Br), Hamilton, St Johns, HF?P I Neville A Ron. HrtR K Baldwin, Brown, Knrltcsa Monroe?Van Brunt A Slav lit Bilg Handy, Jones, Washington?T Morgan. Brig C N Paula, Omul, i. a??ingiou?L Kenny. Mcnr Kr.?ucia llaiuu, l'ata. r. Hi Pierre., Marl?Miller A Ho pillion. H :,r i) Ion (P,r), Tobln, Mntanras ?Rentier. Hmtlh A Co, sebr Ktnn!' 1 i.rrla, Nirkoraoii. I'ort lloyal?8 W lowle. Hem Biuabi tii Ann. limiting Arconmc?A C HnVi na. H- it M . Ivlns Walton, Clunitoti ag e?A C llatrena. H' lir I nines y, liu dg ?, Waaoington?Maater Hi in M II I': ,i, ,nli. I)?rey, ..Islington H hr W I , liar; liav a.'Waabln, ton-Van BronlASlaihl. Hi , I' W V? , ha||, .lolin-oii, W.i?lilliattm? Maater, Hehr P Kimor , H oith Washington ? Maater s r tieoigii Mtnria Snnrna?UastT R In l'"ii Kijr dg . Be a at -Master ? He;u Parse Downs Haiu-or- it r B <?? A Co h lire I.o.-.I, 1.'I ' Ca.. -(I Midi ?e Hi hi Prank .Maria, Barbour Portland?H P Buck A Ca Behr I C Uertz Spear, Portsmouth?< ? L Match. S<nr Klin.i. Ilairis, Barnstable? Master. Behr Guilford chase. New Bedford?Master. SchrC are, Hopkins, Kail Ki?? - -Master. j, AWttVBD. V S gnniio.it C' .nn. r!t,-r,t,(;nmmaa4?r Mtltim lUfctttm, 0mt9 t ol Mi-xico via Kurt Kova sr.id U itupion Roads. bo aim.Inp Ariel, M u<*r. Ai-puiwsll. Sept 17. with pnssen sirs au : erasure, to 1IB Alien 22. tn-t,? AM, off Carvw 4 lort Light. sifnalixed tiark Old Dominion. same day, 1 PM,, it 15 miles N nf Cape KSorlda, tpoke steauialtlp Culuiubia, Bar* u ton, nt Qor for Havana. P| Steamship f lnla/.elphia, Morton, New Orleans, Sept 18, thn Bar 1 .111, via Havana lallli, 11 AM, Willi uidau and paaaea* per*, hi A W Gltf. a sto.'inalnp Chesapeake, WIKeita, Portland, with mdse and ? pa-M-n eis. la 11 li Ormuwell a Co. | Ship luvtn, iule, Uepburn. Livrpool, Aug 27, with mdsn? and 12i passengers, to Hpullord. T.lestou k Co. Slilp tv\:een (Br), .ioiii's. Liverpool, Aug 23, with coal, Mi Williams 1 Union. Had light winds and line wea1 her until. 19ib Inst, In 'at 42 20, Ion 81, when we experienced a terri :?? hurricane from KloNW, barora falling suddenly to28 40;. split several sails. Slop Dorcas Prince (of Yarmouth, Me), Meady, Dublin,. Auk 23, n ballast, to Nesiuiih k Suns. Ship Aineri, a (Sp), \ laqueut, Cadiz, S3 days, with salt, M> M Echrverila. Snip Volant (of Boston), West, Boston, la ballast, to V A Sale \ Co. -lap Arno (of Boston), Chatfield, Boston, 4 days, tn bab ble I, tu master. Bark Kanawha, Chsttln, Loudon, 42 davs. In ballast, to Si C Nelson A Co. Bark N'e'i ld (Br. of Sunderland), Gray, Amsterdam, 3D f days. in lia'lasi, loonier. liaik Spirit of the Times (Br. of Liverpool), Pulford, H? vans, 19 days, w ith sugar, to master. Is at the Lower Quai* an' c. Ban; Monitor (Br. of PEI), 11 Ingham, Pletou, 10 days, wltfc, coal to intdor. Bark Argean (of Providence), Potter, New Orleans, 2D days, with sugar, to mas er. 19th lust, lat 3888. Ion 74 84, i>a*sed about Soeinp'y inula-sea easka. appar ully the deck load ' r It yes* > and but a short time in the water. H;u . Il.-nry lldl. Meiriil, Kortreas Monroe, 8days, In bat la- t, to t S ' )uii11' 't'litaster. HriK Sure '*? I He, oi Liverpool), Asktn. MnrselUes, 44 day*, Willi iiulee, io !?' Conalnery. frl U K ii., ry. Weeas, fortress Monroe, 7 days, In ballast, to U S I uar.er.i'w-t r. _ lir it Mi nlca Phillips, Kail River, 2 days. l, Si'lir Kulio (Br, of llalifux). Spe.irwat r. Matamores, 83 days, with coiioii. to ur ier. Hud t:; lit winds and calms thw I emlre |i:.?aue. Hh in-k lat 24 )i n "U 19, stioke sei.r PI*. ' rida, Mutt, from K. y Woni fur New York?t ap; MnU rep .rt ed having spoken same ay bark Mo/ann", rom Mexico fop New York all lunula dow i with le. er, alio ? on'd go to Key West ltitli. lat 4. inn 76 81, Br brig Y'oung Doreheater, ' from Sag'.a for New York. ' Kchr tV II .Mitchell. Katun, Sbulee, NS, 16 (lay*, wlih spar? to C I, Snow. Kchr BeMona (Br). Benson. Llngan, CB, 10 days, with coal, tn .1 K W liltney X Co. S'lir Zoua e, Foster, Llngan. CB, 16 days, with ooal te> Simpson ( Clapp S r L Walsh. Reed KII/a'Hith port for Boston. Si lir I'nInn Dt-r. l'lymo in. 4 duvs. S in II freseoil, Lee, I'riivldence. 2 davs. Scliriii u Marion. Oshiirn, Pawtuoket 3 days. Srhr II W Benedict, Elbe. Kurt JellVrson. Belli' Ann re .Ill Child, Pie ? y. A bauv fm'Portland. Steamer V m Woodward. CnnrtltK Balnmore. So Miner Ironsides. Vanm rvei i. Phtlausipiiia. fiti anier Conn t, J m a. Phlladi lphla. Steamer Falcon. Nye. Providence. The ship J K Whltnc. haa come to tbe Upper Quarantine? for funii ntion, An. a The b'ig A I* Ellsworth, reported yesterday, should haver read A P L, Horn Glare Bay. CB. not St John, NB. BE: dW One bark, unknown. ?A1 EI). Steamer New Y'ork, Wa -.tiln on. Windai sin.si i ?>, n rv ligot. Amerlcun SlilpinnsierV AooeUtlom, i No 51 VV A I.I. Strkrt?itoov?23 AMD 25. The following approved olilesre have received oeriluUt af thla aasoelauon :? Captains Jo-e u W 8p dot hilg.> W 8p' ncer: He/ek'aE Hi't; imuu, ship Prt.ua Donna. Nailiuiil-l ? > Tu ker. - h W E Aluxsn it; A n< I r w II b cheii, brig Hinda. Imuic K <lib key I .ark E F Cbn. Junto.- Rv or. schr I" I> IV,1,0 r. John. , W'Coults. i??.r- U-ifi3 cr. i'nvid Simper. brig Lucy Dariingr I \le\ it St' Von>. r- r J >liu Norlliiop John M 4 vvan brig I HrSuida,S?.I.u 1 F Ve ? le, brig kid; -wood: J? 1, liri a I) .Ionian: 1' ?t?*r llagerly schr norai" t. ?? ' Hen.J - C Carman brig Me or; Ib-n Win.-l w, bark Davin W Cariu.l. ahtp t?enr;e Urecu. Eiward T hurber, brig ^ E A K id Mlfcceilnnaoaa The fine steamship Edtnburg. ol' the Liverpool, New York and I'hllade p da line, nails to-.'ay at 12 M lor .jn-nnuwE and Li'.eriool. Cap MeGuirao, her gentlemanly and o .It* tnu commander, i? snetperleri el aoam.ui, and naa made t| hosts of friends since his connection with tins line. The Bremen steamship New York. Capl Wencke. also sail* to day for Southampton and Bremen Sun- Avgi.o-Saxon, Cav, rly, be nee at San Fruncisco, cro.? ed Hi" E ,uator in th Anamti April M. Ion M dO lays oi t: waxtli'H a thenre to lat 5?l S, SJ days tliecCe to US .n tliS Pacllio. ?Bh tern epa.iainnn S to SU ? ilnio t impossible I lo r.et S to k-< P el.-ar of the 1 .it : rro^dtii. E ,..,,01 in the ??a ii, Jo,* 27 Ion II1. C.i ilu j - I ruin lal 50 ?, ?na 4 ilinn 11a ( mil s of port foi la days, wkii li-b; airs a d oal o*. June l& t lal .'ifi 2S S. ion lib 36, in a t- 1 rtble SW gale, Henry bwart*. t , acaimtn. was lost over board | j sine N VKT, Br'. e' O. at San Francisco from Boa on. was X day - ml the Horn w.th -tmng s\V p ile-, ca ri ??? away neat and stove in slarnourd h iw ; > roaa- d the E.pi.itor In the Pa- _( ci'.ic 120 lata otf, n ion til tro ?heiM??t.MM?r. was .today*. for U?e l?-i da. * "'5 w itinSe Hire <Joli*x Ha k Tbo nlilll, he.ee at ba 1 Francisco bad " ry severo wciith*. 0 ? <> pe Horn, and was -ouip. lied u, throw overboard pa 1 of c-rgo. ( S' hh Aetts-Pilot hoalJosUb Stnrgls arrived si New B' d. ford 24th Inst from s ciu.se sua rcaO"t s,.o? Jbi s. Adds Know ol and from Bu.-tou or LaVai a, which bad ln-eii kno. ki-d down and waterlo g d m lb" me o the 18th, but nuiwded pumping tbo v. sucl out, ui.d wa? pviui hing tu Koiitoa. ^ ? n?i Qi'rr Jon* Bf.njom, fiom Pictou for Bohui^ -.rtiVoDiho br^Tiittth uieo:s;.or-^ ?;?. It. 10 fori moiit 24ih ha y. Wo .ld piobably har?? hmt tiico A r??ai lor ?iVc nonce sales ol A.' sn.p LevsBt r. 842 tons, but? In 1SB ? 1 Near -U ? tie. s ippna >i *? k2 Hi', sen. a2 sup C ''F.I at iti.ston lioued 10 Kan F :u.i-sv?. H J loos bant in l? .1 Ki 1 sat M" 011 icrn ? no iiiaro-pob.l . B ai noil, tli* A2 ,c?r V* la silo il* tons, bul I at SUteu Island in KM, sold ? si *;e?n. Wtnule men. hid from tanrB'ar July 2-, Brewsici, Beebe, Matt, to cruiss * hlwk^-Aug 2^ Ta 37 N, Ion 3k W. bark Smyrna. Webb, KB no report of 01 Korrle** Forts. B.tacia, July 25?In ten- Ulover, Hughes, from ',?HAM.*oa!,Jnij *?Arr ships Vulture, Oill. Singapore; Sky lark, liuis ey. Il"n* Kong. Bid 3d. sb IR coum, Coobs, Bun ""fiavRr. Sept 10?In port ship Osenbr,dge. Berry, for Liv*r '"Mu,:,"ctJ?.'^-ln port .hip Electric Spark Can dug' , irom I'ugFt Sound, ? Ui iv i^d wt Coiuchit UUudg lol E'iAuc^t-m pert Ship Versailles Sherburne, frou Siii- HT'or#* ?rr 1st, to finish hh; lor NVorn Kvomcy. KSW, July Id?a>W t-hip t Mason, Luce* B-Sac. secr.'nK . "ffSMWA ??' ' River B Yi.U'i^, Hit, U-oi.eiown, D?';J ?V ,-t, H.iidi-ou, Baltimore; t:h lea Edward. Sliute. Ptiilsde p la. L S 0i-*Jh 1 xc 1.1 tin* I'tirt Kwrn; <.irH J Cadwn. a^'T, C?s4>t?ui. Mnry u Cranurer. Craumer; H Newell, virtgg*. Ar,id, Trewor y: ! FJSoo-t Hteel nan, J l>o an. Smith, in- e Tnttle Mo o, ,1 Philadelphia; B a Bird, t ark. Ca lo.a, h.sk.ne U tS?, lb, K 11 v Olive Bran ,1, V,, itg. Edwaisi. Sin.to; R.s,n. Sun, Eastman *nd Nor west. Ha- e'l K /sb -ibpo .; Peru. Thorn mke Rondout; Tiger, Ooldibwsite, Port Keren; nevcbelle. l Chrrub. uc*d\. and Equal, b|ie-?r. N w ^or*. Cld hnrk I'd ?t Kisb, 11a m M?tai?r.H?. ncbia Ann Li onons MaW i 1 tt Briibadon; Fiauoea, N no t, 1hft-; Kjt^d- l ilMun??h Keller. NYor . Md hark B HurgfM; brut L Fr?f 1 eric Hug Marine anchored in !#rwfc!<i?s?it R??a la - HALTIMOKK, S?-pt 2b?Arr *toi|? Drinkwaltf, KYnrk- ibni Mfre? TaUor. Hot.oa: K Rmtln .. >n?w %?? ^alhav.'.n come "P. ship Cnetidn. 8tnB?M.>?? Ho -er. i... <. (<ha,p iiitliv. irotii Kio Jaiudm. Cld t raiii *blp , ^pbin ^h e.cLluanda ma-tet (and .id.; Mir Maita. ] J^t:KsPORT.'*fcpt W-?W "n? Webster KetlHK Heagnn. BBANGOR, 8eplW-C?.l h-rk John W^throp, Bidrid^, P?i'uvvku|'v 5cprt 2tiA?'^rT:i.J^h; NYork DANVKlisi Sept 24?Arr abrs Ada Herbert, J Niion, an* ??TfT/'arffuIH?RT Bept 26?Cld schr* Wreath. Randall, E,L}o^ .T. ,i?.e. Cambridge; Pl?me, r Haiw-ll Cank hnd eooirt Ja'uie?* Bamu^Tllail. Fall R ve,; Colter. M, erii HartloVil* sIimius Ijtdy Washington. Bm.ih. ProvhieDco; H G^XI^Rb HcpilS^^hr Belle. Fos. NYork. i ruVt' Heui 21?Arr schr tuibiivn Davia,, Neo Yoik. Sid ?chr- l.eoparl Turner, and Ro-lua, Hurt d" staple* NKW BKUKv.HU. beot 24-Arr cTd'SSth a'lpS'Von il rah ant. Being. M? mouth Kna wlik I IK .alls ? h oi Sid I?tn. schr. v arthagena, Kelly, Pht Udeipl.m, Mary Eliiabeth. Chase, and Puahaw, Creamer, K NRWH1 RYPORT, Sept J??Arreihr* Herald. Short; C K Msimon"Silaveu ffrrS.He Ji|d jt Maufuii, ni Hu't ?n; ??'i r? K^diiiftuo. ( kirl: J A p' ?'me Shawr he,?rsv lie. Sea.s, F. II Atw md, Rich, and 3 B C gVrta'l. Tlltoii. mi. Paula ca, C.ark. Proviuence; J "m.'iiil Lan'd" KcJ'tVi-'Vrr ship Omega. B lunders. Edgar , .a . l^i fir fr.er.ool, h.1g C-l ? "? 0?-kin., Cogs ns,. i. i.... whr? A Tc at itovvdoin. and W in At tnur. Tla* krit Pi' in.ie.phln; O rtrudc Horton, Jmueson, Bangor for Np.'n f MOt'TH. Sept 21-Arr w hr. D P. Matthew", and B , . it.ir , Phlla It lp;, a: S 11 t'oo e. 1-a lden; Kossath, Willie h I? t.; Ka le. II -11. n I O can s.ar. 11am. NYork. Sii co uelia, Bl?lsd -ll; Mt Hope. K msiou, ana U Uorioii. Jameson, ,m; Florence I a,, I age SAN I HA NCI SCO, A us 30?An Pr shlplioc e. iFPmnal, llsvr. &d." Kr*a.v?tte OamtoeejJU d*^-^,?lU^Ho.'i* SongV A-apul o v ? Ms/atmn, shlb B ( M | uTssgoW; a d, lb. ? e-s, 11.row* I.H V>rk- ^ (U e Th? ?hil', N-w Mary. Blidgeo Bo-p.u, l? as ( NS%V ? , T.aliltl, > iciorln Vo>k; Ml'-, Eldrb^ige. N siiigaior ?; Si'h, ships Anglo (Hn, tlrngorr, m'S lUlm'^i Havd, Port Ma lison; Btte sasa sra Sid 2Sd, Br *h rS. Palm " ferrtt an, Men la: il'k ''Ui'lM iBrtch tS'ri. Coulter, C.lla", 27th, Kearlcs., Holt, t '.nds Cld Mth. scl.r tl'dden U?te. li-d lVer ShaBah^ w .%t-\rr ahlp Mrmnou, FMtimn, HYork. rtid .Itn, URover II r" rd. Ho*t..n, WellU.m, Rie.u Csllao. P* % Jf,. ?rtArr h hr T JellemoiJ. K? liny, N?*w York, I SALKM,; I ? * l'i.. it i>t t l'li I la i'lii'in; lohri f lis Mt'Ori# 2lih. i t *s simruOtis'O^MrFjr'; Minu???tn, HaKrr, and' L'Twi^ler Mcliudh'o 'do; A <?inh? r Know I..; Bangor, ? m i^n^HriUiunt, Brown; iHnniirrbi, P?i?ulrum. Budorjk 'I'li iiwi Washington, tidkev; tloldeu Ru -, Bylvester. sud jT ki h Moore. Port Kwen, Aie.innoifM. Pitcher. E"'al>nth ion ihi stth. scl.rs Velum, J H liartlett. ana Ro. kiilll, I bl D II18CBLUNKUUI. EPOT For the eele of W. A. UNl)EK KILt/R UtiAl brt, From cnoTUN point. AT WlloEP.sAI.K. Nh. ??*: MWADWAY, Three rinore from Hnt<>ni? THrtvl, NEW YORK. M'pliK onfiATKHT DISCOVERY OF THE AOB/W, I a He r t h uri i itiKiwiu I ie miiU re gn h i* to hie > Fy? elloa ? Pi 'if pr-wr. Hit: rider, ?? eerrel n< li one* ro II ill"' mill, ihr ie ir rutin I. Kvrif * nier il'inild here ft The erlli l? le h??|!ji |i,,*;iir .1 >i ?ny dnn mm a. end p. In n? w I* ?e!l'l'" l.itti., a* r Ie pet IP tl) ineili.bm en i ie nl lily re r . ni' in.eel b. I'foleaeor ll. reloi d, of II ii?*rd ITnlvereltr. Fur rriui.'.! revlue hi. I direutloii- eim., !? tvii,e lii. Iran, u? niuil.ate.i fttmpe. J. T. REYNOLDS, New York.