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=>? WHOLE'NO. 10,24ft. ' NEW YORK, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1864. PRICE FOUR CENTS. ? J * EURO P eT 1 Arrival of the, Amertes, with Throe Days utor News. Effect of Grit's, Slurldu's and Farragm'g fktorlts in England. VMlEcClelfhi Inst Dt as a "Peats Cindl date'^aad "Peace" President. 7nref,gn Hopes of Separation ami Future Secession. FRENCH INTERVENTION A2AIN MOOTED. i American Diplomatic Difficulty with Egypt Sot Settled, ?S tin Sis fee steamship America, Captain Weasels, from South ?Mptao August 81, arrived at Ihta port yiaierdtjr after taon. Hair news Is three days later. The dlfl'ereuce existing between the Egyptian govern feewt and the United states Consulate bas not yet been ?tailed. II appears from reliable information that tbe (targe d'Aflaires of tbe Unitod States in Constantinople fefeiy disapproved tbe Consul's conduct in the matter, VMeh Is likely to termiaute by bis being dismissed from ?One Hie IHgboeet the Viceroy has very properly re feted to entertain any further Decollations with tha to entertain any further negotiations with ths Onsal. It In ascertained that about one hundred and fifty per MM were more or We injured durleg tbe riots in Beirast, i taland, end thai in nine cases Ibe injuries have resulted fe death. Five of the fatal casM?namely, those ef MnOonnel), Davison, M'Kee, Murdoch and Miliigan, are on fen Protestant aide; end four?those of Halltday, Gorman, Saybnra and Fogs a?are on tbe Catbolie side. But the fet of fatal cesee is not exhausted, as more are expected to he reported. Money waa plentiful In Paris, and waa offered under the tank rata during the week. Vkom Turin we learn that arrests coatlnne at Trent and fe Venetle. It is rumored that tbe Italian police have nvered depots of arms, munitions end tri colored le difficulties which have arisen between Turkey and itanegro, in reference to the frontief, have been satis ortly arranged by a mixed commission. M Is officially announced from Tunis that foartaaa of ~ tribes havo mado their submimlon. Private letter* i, however, that forty tribes are still in Insurrection, that several chiefs who had manifested a wish for bad been killed. From Japan the sewn Is scanty, it is believed that the IfeMg force at the English Admiral's disposal will fenrtly he turned to account: The territnriM tly ho turned to account; The territories of tho oo of CbluKln (Nagato) aro spoken of as their dee IfeatloB, end a rumor is current that tbe Prince haa re fend Island. lta American gteamer J. T. Wright was lost (uo date) hi the Chine Sea. i Bremen and Africa arrived out August 38. i Hlbernla arrived out August 30. THE AMERICAN QUESTION. Grant's Psiltlen. ??I 8MAT "VIGOR'' AND " rnnriNACITY" OP THS ?kMBRAL aOINOWLKDOBD IN BNOLAND. (From the London Times, August 29 ) fed >sws from Amerios, though mUeclkive, continues Is he most Interesting. The vigor m i which the year , g?VH hat bee* conducted appear, to spread like a eon at,on over the vaat theatre of operations, and the fie u ustaxned beyond precedent at each point of in t. A-Uil hntff a, it it, it re-eu that O nrral Gran/', forte are not yet eAauited. No number of revert,, mem, mfrimt to check thi, perlinacum, General, it was but a few days ago that wa beard of a repulse so disastrous feat a court of laqeiry was Immediately appointed to feVMIigate its causes, yet tbe present mall Infor mi us that faew and difficult operation baa already beau commenced. lT#?Ji0r,'5 0f ,?e?eral W0r? translened f-?iur!?y,.li# 18lh' w '^P Bottom, on the rth of the James river, end fighting commenced uo i Sunday, and continued more or less uutii Wednesday. Sunday a struggle the Confederates are said to have ?dee a' Aral driveo back tt> within six miles <>i R'chmond. 515 . * dd ddarer than Deep Bolt. m, but ultl fefed'F *? Bave driven back tbe ledcrala, wbo comes* te Rjoas of one thousand men. It la almost impossible to Mffipoee that General Grant intends to males a aerioua tt S>t upoc Klctimoiid from IDs north of the .lames rlvee r bavlDg once deliberately abaodonej that line of ?d e. It la supimsed, therefore, that in is movement I"tended solely to cover a -ma o^atlona which (.ene Bntler haa commenced with a view of attacking Kor a ling and Urury a iUuff. Tbta fort and tbe obstruction ? tbe atream below Iirury'a Bluff have hitb dfe? effectually prevented tbe federal gun boots Mem ascending the James river. The James fl- wa Ma pretty direct course fri m Richmond down to a short ?stance below these points, bat at about tan miles from feahmond it makes a loop to tbe west, to as altn?U to tarn an island. It le said that General Hotter la engaged fe suiting a canal acroaa the neck of land thus lalt, ao aa ?nevoid the loop and the obstruction* which l cat.in*. Vibe gunboats ran by this means attend tbe river, II is Ead to makes combined attack witb the aaval and ?f forces u|sm fort Daruag sad Iirury'a bluff Ed Grant, It will ha remriDl. rd. mace a simitar ?npt to divert Ibe oourae of e river at Vicksburg and failure there is not swcoiragthg to ?h. . i - ?.1001 pretonl atlempl Nor, If the danger* of Ihia ?>0i> ef ?? river l>e thus needed. Is It eeav 10 tee why the lwe tare# mi tee off rtver which will ami remain below 1 orl ~ ~ should not be aimllarly obstructed. M three Bariiag Bis u c; ei 1 Farragat's laeren, 'get Of THt RBDUCTION or ronr NO no AN. (from Ibe I^oodon Time*. August 39.1 attempt of Admiral Farragul on Mobile c .art ta Juns/y tor the South to distract their attention from la, sod It teems probable that General Beauregard eome of the force with htm were intended to rem 'Mobile, The Confederate accounts of the attack on port are now oonflrmcd from federal souroes, and are able to 'orta a hot far conception of tbe operationa. jy bear a greet reeembianoe to tbe operationa be'ore fear leal o It would appear that a rorce waa landed on feajtbin Island,at the mouth of tba harbor, In the rear ?f Vbrt Games, lust aa e federal force wee landed en em Mead in the rear of port Wagoor at Charleston. The reduction of Fort Caioea appears to have been ted by this force aa in the parallel Instance at lestoo, and the federal fleet is described as having only engaged Fort Morgan. Admiral larragut le MM to have boldly run up under short range, and to tave silenced ibe fert by e tremendous fire of grape acd Mb later Hi* surcesa was ao complete that evary able |i h? squadron ?< rmato have eecaoed, ths Monitor whl. b lost hat nig i-r n souk by a torpedo, nud not bv mo lb# vovereai struggle poems to have been with the ? tenn'oderate fleet iusid* ibe haibor. Ihree of these ?ere sooa disposed of, bat a single rum, the Icnneaaee ? Mid to have engaged tbe who # federal Heel, wbirh MMtsted of eighteen frigates and Mmiltora, for an hour a half, surrendering at last oaly when disabled her rulder and in darger of being run down ?ye* combined movement.'' If this be true, It ? ene of the moat gatluat eel one of tbe wnr. we shall look with groat int-rert for e rlptien of tbe vessel wblch could achieve tmh mil The account of tbe loss on both sides mskfe Me action appear will! more extraordinary. Iheloo federal*, arr said to have lost three bandred men pnn Myeiiy prisoners, ta two of the captnrrd v,.-*eie'vlnlie lta fed *rale lost (we hundred and filly, who must he ail ?Med and wounded. W* have no fnnber new* except feet the fcdmaia ere aald to bo matching by land to tak the eity. This la bo donbl. lis principal danger me fe<ierais. are prcb .bly, no nearer the rapture of the ?1*? by the (weiipatlen of I'aujihln tk'and and yoria iea and Powell Lbaa tbey were to tbe rapiuM of (bar ? after tbe ocrupatton of Fort Wagner. Hut the rate wonld in-eery different if they could attack the city by Inn I ?fee. and the becaeaity of guarding agslnst euch ao Mtak may han* a ttmitderalle tftd upen the aperal* n, Iffm Atiama. The Proeltlwntlwl Rleefflon. ?men opinion or rng oandidatm?wrut tub waa poi.icr pa a p*aos Pr.arpoRig prbvail T (from the london Times, August SI.) ,A ga- eral e-irvey of the events In AmeriM reveal. Ndhmg ao dieiinctiy aa the meapweity of eltbor beiligo aw* to Prevail egalaat the other. At every point one wamander is held le check by another, end neither e*a Mate any .|er is lee advantage. lo tbe Rbenandoah vaL ?y the Conioderatea assume the Initiative and mata 00 MMaai ra. a into Maryland and Psnneylvaala. but ther rs arte balers oompellai to ratlre at interval* by tbe dva. a of ? Novtharn forcet In the vicinity of Rieu ?and. ?h<f? the main armies of tbe belligerent* are en aged, the'ederala-epreeent tbe Invader*, hut *re ahso Italy lemaipeient to acn-mp isb the object of tba mva- ' Ion. Ibey ran snaroely be sa t even to oeoupy tho ( on ?vrete army, for Ine dMnntchee whd!e division, of hie ?eeee la lb# North ot}o tbe eoctb. wherever Ihnv ma? i __ wan tad, with perflsei ,p^0TrT ab!? Grant cannot be driven awsy. Bs ??' ' ft^ RlcbincnO m fores enougn *? '"TfLT^r^rTuid ~T". ?*-? ??? ?,?"? to aoniv ibern K possible, u> 'be elucidation of political mtJramenta ?' tha^Nortb. It X eWWI wberra. tbe Confaderates are aa snanimoua ?? *? raaolniiou to resist, ike IsdetalsOre ?u Icmyrr oj U< mm muni at to the tonlinuance of the alhuk. T nere X a strong party daalrous of raising tba great question of P?*d* op war at the approaching Presidential akcttoo. Pro at the deeoriplton which has been given of their policy. It i? obvious thai tluy or* not unprepar, d toaccent tJU peaceful separatum from the *ouVs *f nothing ^eregm be .<**?. The resolution la dtgpufeMl under a proposal for a general convention at which the queatioo n^ybedia eupsed, but aa it X Ituown that the South twU tnmf?t iHiirt*t*!tiur, tlto>M who oommmee a parley ft* thucon etc'ten ?ul hersssarily I* prepared to *1?*' the question to be asked at this ?turnout X, what wili to the el'.oct of aucb eveute aa wo witness ou Ute Views oi the eootoodmg parties f The answer will give ?h? Confederal'!* two chances against one. A battle nay be either won, or tost, or drawn. If the rederata wlu?If Grant takes Richmond, Sbwrmaa Atlanta, and Farragut Mobile?wo may that the p ant party wi'l te dweowrooed, and thctroppo ueutaenaoiod to prosecute the war. H, however, too Confedoratea win, and tho federaX experience auy alenal disaster, the war parly will be overpow'ered, similar result woe Id probably follow oven If neither party woo aad tilings remained exactly ?a 'bey are. Tina X las strong point in favor of lha South. If they oau on y prevent the balance from being turoed decisively against them, the advantage of the campaign will In lb* ovoot wo cannot but anttcipate lmc^am const^ qw nets in he Xorthern Stat a It may be admlU^ thai what thaee may bo ia at present a matter of con ecture, hat It appears impossible to imagine that the impending election will not raise the great Xsuo of peace orwui some shape or other. Nobody cam ,th* ?r. Lincoln would be ro elected without a oootoet, or lha/ the cmitit could oe ctkmnie than desperate. ?? ? desperate emit* implies crmJUetiy pr^pUs, and ?t. Lincoln's principle* have been distinctly pronounced. H i policy, as at present avowed, X war?war to the bitter cud, ana it is on the party prufsramg t mlXr v lews that lie has hitherto relied lor suppwt. MtMX adoption of the war on tho pwt of I'U ii leaves the other with no alternative but to ?dopt,ln emu* shape or other, a policy of peace. ? tjtot p. pamformed or e wealed under vary us hut to this end It must comp at last. Whoever (v->Bdemus I resideal Lincoln's policy must virtually con demn tho war. It X valo to talk of the prosecution of tho war on better military principles or a more skilful plan. All pXns and all principles have now been tried. Every general h?a bad bla ?banco X turn, and all have failed alike. McCtenen'a tcieut^c caution fared nobetcr than (front's nmncvNe ohiGuwy, except thai under tho former commander there was not so groat a ?serines of life. That the war has been wasteful beyond all prece dent Is perfectly true, and If exceptions wore taken to tba prodigality with which Wood and treasure have been lavished, they might doubtless bs sustained. But though the war might have hsao managed mora obesply, we do not let how it could Mm been conducted more No minister could have raited more men than Mr. Man ton or more money I ban Mr. Chase. No chief of the re public could have kept "pegging away" at toe war more lndefatigabiy than President Lincoln, or rejected mora bluntly nil proposals of compromise. If the republicans, witn their unsparing efforts, could do nothing against tba South, It is not to bo Imagined that the democrats, with their half-and-half policy, could do any more. If Ian if It to their chainfioA, tot hnow already what may be erpiStL TM arm (3 of the North would be mora pru dently handled, and. after a cheek, would be moro expe ditiously withdrawn. but they would oorUiuly make no more impression on ths Sooth than the armies of Grant ?fI?appears lo us, then, that if the democratic. P*rty make a Agbt for power they must do it enbstM tially on prioclplea of posoo, and the events of the next few weeks will probably suable us to ??U eipate tbe result. If either Grant or Sherman shonld achieve any signal victory or inspirit the North by any Importint conquest, the democrats might ho deterred from taking the field, and either Mr. Llncolo or the con quering general himself would bo loft to wis. Bui If tbe achievements of the federals fall short of this success (A*rt w ouch an opportunity for the South at has never oc curred before. This is what gives such extraordinary and #Kcepu6oal Imj^rtanoe to tbe evanti of tba present oempaign. It la not that lhay alfoct dlraetly the issue of the war more than tba evenU of tna l**t two yeara, but ibat tbay ara occurring on tbe ava or a Pretidentiai elac tioo. last autumn the confederates heldjtbe r own, but on I * to see the wsr recommeuce in the sprmg. If they car. do as mio Is this autumn. iuiU tyring may pusihly tee affairs m naod tra w for peace. h'olmlah as a track trkstdint. (From tae London Army and Navy Gazette, Aug. -7. ] We dec! 're our beher that the existence of a peace party w mythical. Wo are told or one b indrM tbou sunn people meet lug to support General Met leltan. Hoes any one believe a miliurv President who lias been bo .(too in the fl.Jd by Confederate Generals Is going to proclaim poa> e at the bead of hi* arralos. tertalnly if he does it will ooly be the signal of dangor to the neighbors of the North, as ioog as tbare X a rey of hop* to light it on the North will march through the storm and darkness towards its snd?em(>lra. FOSglON HOPES T.'IOM TBI PKACS kt* AT Oltt* caWo?n'ci.i:r can ow a wis ti.atfoiiw. tin a car, somswiiera on lha Uiaod fruolt Rallwoy Of Canada (August !-? corrtsiKWdence of the JxiiidOB Iele graph.j Meanwh!1# th# eyci or a,) aortout men are turned towards Chicago. From the couveiulon of tba 'il'th of August something Important, br it lor eixl or lor mood, must come. Tne n-minatiou yet hangs In ibebal ancc the min ol strvw?the Nelsons. Guthrie* and ex i'resident PXrres?oandldates who cannot bo elected, aud whom no politician wishes to see elected?are stilt siioken of; but there so?ros a sir ng dlalnclination among the more cons-TVMive secii >n of the <leiu?H ratic party? wonl a ludteroi a comliinaiion of tormx?to nominate i.eorge B. McClollan, a |ior-"ti whose name la still or.e or in'Blit, and who might run Mr 1 Inc-olti de perately h rd. The secret of tbIn raluctac ? to put forward (ne or the moat popular and the most respectable, if not lb.' abievt of Northern Americans, 13 to be found in the lesr ester lamed b* the cucservalivo deuiocrats thut General Mc rielian's elevation to the Presidency ?v?u'd render tin chantet of peace at rernvti at eoer, Ibe once> now middle aged NapJlcob, the or/anizerof he Army of the Potomac, the < ri'lc or our army In the ( r.mea, the ex railway engineer and hen> of tntiotaui, is a good man and true, hut he is mortal. If' it ? professional e'dier. He ha? been bitterly d'snpi Oiotoil, and la a hundred w9T* badly u?.'d. His laureia havon.>ceo stolen aw:?y irt-m h.m. uawa and jays ara mruttmg about m the gorgeous P"''nra u.ucked from h;m. lie hw been most unjust y suubbed, pooh poohed cud thrust tntothe background, both by the administration and by the pres.". Much as M 'i lei Ian may be assumed to sympathize with the woae of hi* btoedlng country, and saxlous as he should tie to turn tbe measures of u.m govorninent into the ways or ueice it wonid ha 'Uinvtural to expect that, were the eupreine p?wer plncid mu.i b-tids, he won a no- itratn ivr* it late.mimhn let military prtdiye, nn>l t> ?a?w to th. id that h- teat worthy of the pantoyrrcs once ? Uiloih *e,ed upouhi'o, and to smluooly nodes p. Mtci-Iy withdraws, ibis he could only do by arertra oi startling military see, aod those sacco-ssa ooi v be a< hieted oy iho sxpeudilure of mere milli ns of sooty, aod mars tbO'iaandS of hurnin lives. Mers be as gnat a general as Alexander or C?s*r fresh dollar, an*1 the fresh armtes would J* '? /or Le.?.np whilst tht * tual state of afiairs far to prove that the uioney and the Ueah and blond market are, Ibr rederal pirooees, alike exbauated. For Ueaeral Met lellan to com* ioto office on a purely peace platform would be par haps tb* grandest ?"M*' Seolal ibe world baa ever aeon. He would win immorial glory bv tho edopt-os of *u b a i>olicy . but b* would be somethiog m-r* ihan mortal to avow it, and to canT jJ out. Among the hundred thousand persons who attended tba IMcClellao roisa meeting is I nion York on Wednesday n.gbt, thnro wers probably vast 'numbers who w*re prepared to recognize ??little Mac" as the only ponaibl* saviour of a t?un try which, politically, seem- soak In Irretrievable ruin, out wbn b, socially, m .f "reciiperaie srd be as prosperous as ever wlthm ten rears irom this !ate_ But the midi Who yelled for MeUellMi, sod wOuld b# de Ilchied to see hlin President an I ooiomsodet in chief, OUDPlsbMOC Grant, ovsrwbelmng lAe. and murchinc into Riebmond, and crushing < w 'Uim?matm?lwr^T X?>?ia?ta hit iron he* , sr? a t Ibe ow I thtaaing aor the Onontial members of ih? couimuslif. Tho majority of tbe arcslcera at the Met Ifll? mara meet'nt were, in a noliiical sense eoaestitle*. With the exception of Mr. Kaa in. sc.ready a pomtr.aO of nete or miIMi roas to Ui? ? i4itory; N^w York uin lJw.snM.Ttt,. ..Liu wv vry far -ron.. In sMorMrg that tb a waa qu ia as much s Giant a* a MccleiUn Trn'MHTI-n ^"TOCPSTA Of THE OGNTEVTTOV. (1 rem the l?pmn Herald vIVJii>y argaul. AagW?^Ll Ondtnir iiMt i reni'Jtullal th# North, on wTiuh the ?&.nt\,m? A" men!V.T^r^lbJ vmr iTTramfTdUtTbaV n? ?rr. U lately I. the fSTw& r.rJSAS* ' Tb *?n.eng,:.T^. ?N,vrm CJTrJTio iTiio uion IX .r fsturs-n sbooss bet* *... lITyrar. more of ruin snd A mTraTraiTtto. ?nd KNh.bg bank upon lb.,1(^1 w II surely ooovisc# thetu that the p-o.pscu o'the war of Tut up.,Jn ar? sow siisriy desperate m. x.ianiv ost the Abollllan Pwltey. If rom the l/oodon Times. An;s*t 80 ] %tr p i? ah <nin itid t'nitflw^totoo MlDli'tn drerarl to the ? hai'rm.u of Posxty" Ot Mamhesier, a loitor auiM ?**! M transmitted to the rresKlent of tbp ^'"'J^eiv Vrd of roadlutlniie pasa? d In Joly lest ^ Saik^hsoinosl that the President had received tnem wIth IIhe most grateful eatisfecMnn " Mr. Adsms goes on to ray thai snob "evidently dielsterested and Just sympathy ? Itnd to Inspire his government snd people lotion to "ream* their Irstltations from the dsogorous abysa which American slaveholders, sided by mslevo lent spirits both abroad aad at home, have conspired to ?pen be tore them." They believe that, X P*7f1L ? Hhey are promoting the ultimate Interests of thebumsa rare ovsrvwhere," and they tod satisfaction X ths roco|n!tlos of their Isbors. an imiili visw or the p*t>o..Boii??? wuat M'OtRLLAIt Mt'ST BO TO OFT TEAPH TOTV?. (NMrara Fslis, August 18, csrrespogdeuse of Uedon 1 Times.] Tb* opiioeiltco to Mr. I isroloX re sXclIon gstbers strength every diy F**n the greet McClcltm msellng ?1 New York, imp sing is sumbers sad eiuherent in eu , thmlans, proved to bo more of oa ibtf-Llooohj demem st ration then an expression of sympathy with too i?? oaO character of kla la wbeee behalf It wee annonoeed. The General continued to be a "war demoeret. wkijWto bulk of Ik* demoeraey it not simply OnfHng M "mm** Moptat*. How York to always littMnttol, hot In the approoobioff cob tot i It will not bo all-powerful. Tbo Waot and Northwest have become weary of tbo war, and aad wbllo tbo oomanerolal melropolto may rend Ito thous ands and tons of thousands Into Union aqnaro to inieo to braoo banda playb.g "Yankoo Doodle," and "Tbo Star Spangled Bannerto gaso at rockeia and tranaparoooiea, and aboot lor a ?nme-~whlcB they aro alwaya ready to do?wbeihor tbo name be But lor, MoUleilan, Grant, or, If bo ware eooeeeeful, Jefferson Dtvla?tbe outlying States of tbe Union, who have borne all tbe brunt and received none of the profile of the war, aro dotermioed either to havo a change of policy or a change of Presidents. To thie quiet and pictureequo hotel, in Witch northern owl Sou ikern mom way meet in freedom and on term* or per feel equality, under Ike safeguard of A* British flag. there te a daily and bourly Influx of the leading states men, politician* and ''wirepullers" of the NorAwettesn Urate*, to consult wiA U.e tkrec or four Southern cm J tariu in tke confidence of Mr. J-ff.non Davit, who have temporarily taken op tbelr abode In Canada, and learn from tbem Whether compromise be not possible, an any term*, and especially on *b??e of on ormistloo and a oonventlon or tbe Biotas. An already notified. Ifr. Dean Richmond may, tf ho will, become the nominee on tblo haola of the Chicago Conven tion, hot he hesitates, It oppears, to accept the pos t on though be has not foi mslly declined It, The McClellan meeting bao not materially altered tbo eondltiouo of tbe oaeo It was by common oonsont the moot nutneroue over held In Now York; and if the vole of that city could carry the Prealdential candidate in oplto of tbo wiebes of the organ lied democracy of otber States, It la probable tbat the atrugglo would ultimately He between Mr. Lln ooln aad tieueral MoOlellon. But Now York suto?much leso the city?cannot carry a candidal* against the Northwest, and against tbo regularly constituted ageoctee that nominate the membera of 1M Oonventlon, which In Ito turn nominates the man whom tbo party te bound to support, under the usual penalties of disruption. There to a disposition on the part of tbe friends of Gene ral McClellan to take tbe decision ont of tbe control of tbe party managers, aad, If be be not nomlneted by tbe Chi cago Convention, to nomlnato him by the P*?Pte; .If" deed, a threat to this effect waa ostentatiously inserted in ode of tbe resolutions peseed at tbe merttog; but no such a proceeding would hopelessly d?aide the dnriocralic It la more probable that Genera! McClellan will accept tbe Chicago platform than tbat the threat will ever be come anything more than a brutum fulmen. Among nearly a hundred of tbe moat eloquent, distinguished and Influential democrats who were publicly announced ee favorable to tbe objects of tbe meeting and pledged to support tbem by their pretence aoa thelr ?peecbes, only three of any note appeared. The re mainder did not even think it worth tbelr while to send written spot glee for their abeeuoe?feets which help te show that party diaclpllnehse not yet been serlouely re luid.iDd thai axptctaiit offica holders under tbe new realm* are true to tbelr allegiance, and bave no present iatentioa of committing themselves to any candidate until the Chicago Conventloa shall have epokeo. The third of tbe resolutions, which declared that the final ?election or n President " muet fall on one of the great soldier# who have distingusbed themselves in defence of tbe principles on which tbe govern ment is founded," has greatly damaged the pree peels of Central McClellan, and unless he shall at the. etevenA hour, or within ten minute* of the twelfth, resign his commission as a major general in IA? leroice or an administration that might otherwise compel him to fight for the abolition of slavery, as a condition precedent to peace and reunion, may prove an impaeeable barrier to his nomination. To say tbat none bat n distinguished soldier shall be Preeideat is to declare virtually for a military despotism, even though the declaration may be modified by tbe proviso tbat such soldier must have drawo bis sword in favor.of State rlgbU end other funda mental principles of tbe Union. The feeling of tbe democratic leaders, end especially of tbcee who are pledged to support ao arm If lice, is strong against McClellan. He it held to be loo timid to ruil th* emergency, even IT be should hove tbe preliminary cour age to resign bto commission, lhe coming days threa'en to be dart and gloomy, if not Uaody: and a strong minded, resolute civlli-m line Mr. Dean Richmond, accustomed to manipulate tbe masses, knowing the pulse of tbe public, thoroughly acquainted with party mechanism In all Its Intricacies?-a man who can manage It ae an engineer can m&oftfi ft fleam engioe?if recognized as more likely to be an effective President in a dangerous crisis than a military man like McClellan, whose sins, failures and shortcomings have sprung from excess of caution; who had the greatest eppnriunity ever Artist by fortune into the Ian of a favorite since thedaye of Napoleon 1., and who threw it away either because be dlt not see it or he cause be bad not the nerve, the pluck", the tact, sod the daring to take advantage of it in short. Gen. McClellan labors under the imputation of civic ceioardwe, or or a iIowdmi and he?Han?y of j\]d*jmrt)t? wblcb? by producing the same resalts, would repel the co operation or mon who thoroughly appreciate the fact that the country l? In dsn ger, and that violent dtseaws require bold remedies Not withstanding all these things, be may even yet make himself tbe nominee of Chicago?but if no, be must iu a very short interval take a decided atop. Me mus' dya vow the policy of Mr. Lincoln's famous letter " to all whom it may concern," tear of his shoulder strap*, throw Union his sword, beceme again a civilian, and trust *i? forunes to the ballot bcm. By such me ma he may regain the mili tary rank which he eb ill have temporarily renounced? be not only a general , but a creator of genera* and a? President of the I uited nates. Commander In-Chief of all the navel end military forces of the republic. Am Enwllalt Idea of Final Separatlom and Futnra Secession. [New York (August 18) correspondence of T.oodon Standard.) Tbero 1* not the slightoit probability, not to say pos?l Oliity that the yj'itli will be Willing, tin ler any console ra'n n to loin bauds Willi tbe hated Yankee nation. The S.iuliiertiera hste lhe Yankees of the North with a pa* sior.aie hatred; and indeed they have rea*"0 for that great and ineradicable loathing tbev feel for tbeir ene m e*. To make the idea of peace practicable, or rather to save tke pride of the Northern people, a vaat deal of boah appear a in the Northern newspapers. ana at present there Is nn almost unanimous call for an armistice. Or course theknowing ones are m t deceived. A eessalwiof hostilities may occur?nay, it now certain to occur?but <*? armistice will U simply for lhe purpose of arraying terms of separation. Not only are the .Southerners de termined to have Independent*, but ? majority or the N rttiorn people *<* that iliey cannot subiugate the South, and tbn.v are nt willing to livo in elose ro.atlo. s w ith men who are or w uld he vlrtita ly their rors Ihc anil-slatery fansticiam will be employed to prevent the Northern people ever de irlog a union w ith . their one time political brethren oT tku So ith- with the victorious ''slaveholders." Ihert is J cry xmpyr an morem-m!on foal, u.!iirh mav h-t the effect of will f' "h'r , disrui+M lhe. unfortunate Month. Aflr ':r'? i th' youth it nHyr ?oonr.ef the boundary hues o the now ] republic b*lng the M's'Oiri. Ohio and I'otnmac rivers, j w th Wast Virginia again united to the Old iNimlni n, if ,? . I fat lhe. gr.al Unfile Stat ?>th a p, run of /i- H r. er . .?otes, Sen Y rk. New Jersey,Pennsylvania, ?Hiio. Indiana and lined* may . ome into the Mw.thern ooritoderacv under the Vonteom r? T ill, would r.d the new republic of there vests. tbeNcw Ing land Yankees, an Intolerant, meddling, bigotod and ova r"" ouVraco, wl.oeo cmn ord fsaartc sm and mesttt.es. hos disgusted tbe whole country ft "1 the le >ders of the peace party, who all hail from the Untitle and WeeSort. State# ire even now neg'SWllOg will, the confederate conimtikiouerH at Niagara falls touch lug tbe new project Frrmcts lateivratlo" AbwIw. now siroLtov 4M.I.W.S QUK?ri"SS TO 'nirnn. ' (Pari* (August SO) eorresponosiica of i ondon Times ) lhe ruro -rs tliat France will make a third attempt at Intervention in the American struggle win* now nyhlv probable. It will bo a naw proof ol the eflicacy of tke diplomatic ty atem, which <<mtit's in allotting yuet toni o rir~n, order that At results may be eulled when (toy kcot arrived at mesturs'y. If, at the commenretnent. Kranee bad recognired the Southern Siatea, she aould hare offended the sentiments of many on scoount of the question of slavery, ftnt now thai every one it eertoawiait abolition hat no pari in At American quarrel, there are tew who would not reiolee thet the ladepeodoneo of a nation which has certainly diapiayed as much enrage and energy ae the federals, and unqueatioaakly grealar ?kill, aboulvl be rac >?ni/.ed. A me tie tan Bonds in n?rmaur. | Tbe Lirden r.s.e-t sbvs ? l.e tors Trom Frankfort say \ iour market has d-ctdedly. for tbo present, received i enough of AMiriean bonds." Ths sale of the pnrorto hroMht br tbe last steamers has been practicable only at a reduction of two per cert from the New dork prices, and th# Atotterdam market seems to be m a simtiar con dition, onlen for sale from tbrt quarter having bom transmitted to Fr nkfo t. The bonds already nsid, how over, aro in comraTativoly strong hands, so ibat a spool lative panic t* avoided _ Commwrr Ital Infolllgfenee. TKk hl WDON MflVKT MAI *kT. To>Voi?, August ;'0?Evening. The English hinds oi rn-d quk t luit at the does of business there was a lali of <g r-or cent. The main ceuee ?tins adverse movement consisted in a conlectur# that Vr flladati ne will find U ticcaassry, tn order to prevent the March etcher uer bills from being paid In for revenus neit month, either to rats* thdr rate of lutersat fto.n 3 to 4 per cent, or to ruud a portion of tbena, or make au exchange from sick to exrhrqner bills on behalf of the saving* Dark*, foosois cloved at HAS ?s8*< (Vnfederate loan 78 a r?. or a half lowsr FYlo sbsree raid up improved t<. VirglnUsixos aod Illinois fentral, ordinary, declined 1 eoch.aod do. paid up a further I. IlViRTOOL COr|ON MARkKT. livssroot, August 30, 1384. Wo h*ve to report e god demand to-dny, with e firm market, at ytatorday'e prices. The asiek are 8,00# bales, of which 3,000 are Tor export end stwculatton. nil I,AT!fT markitr. Livxrpooc, August 30?Even'nff. Kviworr ? Beef doll. Bacon quiet. Lard firm and ?s demond an Advance. Butter Arm. Tallowflrm. Psonrcn.?ftogar quiet end steady. Coffee steady, Rice quiet. Asbee dull, l.lueesd oil flrmer. Renin; no ?elre. Hpinta tnrpontlne tnacllv* Potrotoem steady et ae 3d fbr rsdaod. ? thaatrlcsh Tkl OkTMTIO. Minim's rrtsM oot'tloues to drew good bouse#. Mr nolston.Mr. Ptoddard AM* Miaa Irving play tSaly parte better thin ever. last J*nny Und wee Itovlved aa ae aftorpteee. Mrs. WO * l^ked and eang charmtne ly. Mr. t amb made bis flV"4 appeersncd et tble theatre. Mr. Pavidge made his first .ipvaaraoc# this saesop. W# shall wslt e whtis bstoie OdMbtotia Mr. Lernt. pleas rallied off oapltaliy'. THE MAINE ELECTION. Tbe election for Governor and members of Congress to Maine took pltce yesterday. Annexed are tke baboo oi tbo candidal## FOB GOVERNOR. Dimoeratie. /Tcpi'MicaA Joeeph Howard. Samuel t ony. FOB MAMBERG OF C0N0BK88. XNWrA* 1?*Lor?Dio 0 Sweet. John Lynch. 4?8. 0. Andrews. *t?iiliioy Perham. 8 A. P. Gould. ?James Q. Blaine. 4 J. C. Madman. eJoUn H. Rice. #?James Wblte. mederiok A. Pike. 0 Members of preeool Congress. th? *rrn*?8?oaib8 fob thb bipitblioan tioiot. Howard, /Arm. Cony, Hep. Portland 1,700 3,874 _? 1,700 Majority for Cony ? ???? kid Maiority for Cony last year 077 Caay'o Iota In Portland 03 Banner 761 l,6fl8 "?"k** 761 MajorKy for Cony 9" Majority for Oony last year "W Oaoy'e gain in Bangor 0? ?????*???.... 301 67ft >91 Majority for Cony 2*6 Majority for Cony iaut year -u7 Cony'a km In Saco 13 TUB LATEST RETURNH. Pobtlwrd, Me,, Sept. 12?10 P. M. fifty-one towns glee Cony 7,177 majority this year, against 0.493 last year, showing a net gain of 084. Augusta gives Cony 414 majority in six wards. The returns will eomo In very slowly to night, owing to a severe storm which makes the telegraph Mnee work hard. M'CLELLAN IN BROOKLYN. rn^mm meeting at the Academy of Music and City Hall Square, die , die. A grand mess meeting of tho democracy ol Kings county wan bald last evening In Brooklyn, under the eus picas of the Kings County Democratic Clu.h, to ratify the noulbatlon of General McClellan as President of the 1 United States and George H. Pendleton as Vice Preeldent for the next four years. The meeting was by far the largest and most enthnsltstio ever held In Brooklyn, every ward in the city turn ing out In numerous am' well appointed clubs to mark their r xtlflcation of the action of tho Chicago Conven tion. Splendid bands beaded the dilieront processions as thny marched from their respective beadqunrtere to the rendevous of the evening, the Academy ef Mu sic. the City Ball square and contiguous streets. The whole of the square was on# mass of cheering, en tho elastic men, hundreds and thousands of whom bore aloft transparencies, with the names of the different war up. with mottoes and seotlments expressive of thetr f4461 ye to vote for Little Mao. innumerable gaslights stood at the corner! of streets opening from tbe sanare, and near these were steeds erected for the speakers. Calcium lights flared, rockets hissad and sh 'no and burst Into varied, brilliant hues; ennnons reared, bands rlsycd, people cheered, and all tho oncomltants of a vast poli tical gathering, enthusiastic In tbe cause they profossetr to sustain, were present in profusion at the meeting of last night. From stand to stand the ; eopte were wedged together as at one vast meeting, running rar op into Mon tague, r.emsen and Fulton streets and lulton avenue. At an early hour the Academy of Music wan crammed to suffocation?a sight indeed to have caused the envy of any popular lessee thereof; but um< ng tho hard listed, who cheered so vociferously for l ittle Mac, there were yet to bo seen In tbe boxes many fair oecupunta who waved their-handkerchiefs as enthnsliistlc.liy ?r tue others ahcuted. An excellent band of music occupied the orchestra, which played some favorite popular and na tional airs previous to tho opening of the meeting. At half past seven o'clockjlhe epeakors came upon tno stage, attended by a iHrge body of committee men. se 1 li'cicd from the d'fferout wards, and in a very short time the whole stage was crowded, rendering the effort to get to the front or to the rear a very eevsre one. The meeting ?;?# called to order by Mr. Wit. Panne, President o! the Kings <>iunty Democratic Club, nomi nating as President of trie meeting Mr Henry G Murphy, who brietl? ailuro.sml the assemblage, stating the obiect which bad brought them together, to ratify the nomi nation by the Chicago I'onvertloo of General McMillan? the "kittle Mac" of the people and of tbe army, and the favorite of both. (Immense cheering) Those cheers told bim he hid said enough to lesrn that all present were not only ready to ratify tbe aet by cheers end plaudits, but to pass from that to a ratitl ation of voles at the ballot box at the right time and place. (Con tinued cheers.) . . , . _ A long list of vice presidents and secretaries was then read, after which a series of resolutions was submitted aUirming the policy upon which the democracy of Kiogs county would support the nominee of the convention in November neat. Tbe resolutions were passed with ac clamation. _ . . Judge <'owner*, or Syracuse, then proceeded to sd dress tbe meeting. He fpok# at i;reat lengto. strongly deuouncing the a te of the Lincoln administration, wbicn he chars- terize i as calculated to uivlde the country be yond all hope of reconstruct Ion those acts were besides iiucoostliiitioual and not binding upon a free people, l'bat being so the people were determined when the right timo came to sweepoverb ard all the 'ate tyranDoua ? and despotic a> t# of the ediBtnUtmtlon, and to restore the c -nstituti-n to its own healthful actio. That right time wjs near at band?was now upon Ibcm. at least the time for prepartion was now all their own. and it bo broved the people to use it well, so that on the 8tn or November next thev might go t" 'he pe?s milslled that the man of their holes?General Mcdellan-would be their next President (Vociferous auplau-ei Ihey all ac cer.ted General Met'lei Ian'a teller t acceptance, and upon that letter they were willing to enter upon the coming toni'St agmnst all asp,rant*. (Lootrued cheering.) The I'n'ao. long the ral yiuc cry of ibe lemoorscy, was their cry still, and with cheers for the I t,."0 testored and once more happy, they wore determined toi rally to the support of the demociatic I s -o ..udiuate. (Ap ' lix-Governdr Bicirs tbe next speaker. D? alto re view,d the acts of the adnhui-tratioo. .?U,ch he de iio iu< ed as unconstitutional, and requ-.rii'g that the people should rise in their might at its po'.s to over throw them. I bo opportunity w is now before tbem. 1 Ihfy wer? not goioffjhHti'llj* to tho polls, iocvr.i liu icadt: neral tic'Tellan'a letter eccepting the aumibstlon of the c hit sgo convention. and all who accepted 'had I must he true to themselves, to the l.'oion. and tbe aide I snd patriotic tnin who penned it W ith en, rait en. Model,*u as tbo atan If-rd brxtor, there was no se n word as fall?no such event aliiy as defeat. ( Applai.ee and wivij.g of batiukerchiefs. i lhi,m Mr ? -I "H r I"* . and oth- r speakers followed the m manse assemblage never oaoe showlng i'goa w MP; I tien, e till 'he tormiaatlon of tbo proceeds ?. when all s,<pa rated with cbrers upon cheers for Liltl# Mac and 'tie j Union. > Misilcal. THE GERMAN OPERA. Mr Gr ver's sctron of German Opera was Inaugurated laet evening in a manner which rau*t bave atton -h d even th* n* at saoguina adherents of Teutonic ataxic. The h use wee crowded to ewffbesiiee?unpleasantly lammed. People pu?bed, ecrambled tad fotigbi lo get In. Wa would adsise the maragenunt not to repeal the expe I T?menf tf "lling ?0 manv ll.k'lsfor aav una per.ormaooe, 1 ninecrowded*late"i the he.:*, was a sub -,'t efi-os'aot om pi a tit *? lack sjaxe m ,!o.u.orelh n oofMM the lerlorrosnce, whi-.h i??ei d . >ery eicc.ssfii.ly irehcetr*. coder the direct n Mr. Vnrl Aoscbiilr. wm err ..ffic eat. Ibe cbort ?es n.re ax, ?l eol,Jbe eniem'4. *nd puwer beisg all that rou ,1 be desired The isik n WOwmga"u>riTher^nd'?ne. tino of M. Fr*ar R.tmner llgoor faotaro u idTb uk tbe ?'?<' Va tst ?t ? moment f ar.d acquitted Uim-lf vedttnhly ,f the rather trdoo is tosh Mute. Fred, ,- -cl as Marg ente, mate a n mpretiloe la-t ye.,r in ibis eni* sfce (. aflrmed WW (O n-r ?u,,'?*s by lier iwrtorman.-e last evening rnie In,lr s v ice iff a v-rv agreeable ,j tallty, well oul iiTgteo and powerful -he w?? ttmch arp,s ded. Mertusmis as Mei bist?j belue wae very euccersful. His performance n ibiswr crt was familiar to the pubUc, who worn to appr ve of tk./hly, t<> Jodr from the ro. hemeui appl u ? th?y erer b'?uv? upon the artist He ptcls lh? part w.th musuat nteilif ence, end m??#e it up * T\o'Cher* arti?t* were *r verr ?i-repi?bie in the .......i The whole <?: the per'ormanre being ss'is taclorr the great '? id r - Gh... s ' ralratVy - ng. and, as ."ual, eel ed iorlhstremei.il us dnnuuid Mr en ,BTan.aht Faust *1" +? 8'**n bF ,hf <>l8r? .... ?? .t the Il.oPklyu Academy ol MumIo. , On VTedne-dsy evening Martha ?H be meg it ot | Academy for the only time this ?e??, o | Tlte Turf. CMIOff o. rbSF, L. I?TnOTTlNff. Mrvoav, her>i. 13?Pur*# and etake f/ji, mile heels, best three in five, in harness. T. <'cunt, entered s. t Shot t r. Wmker Mtsred b. g. ? "?'a! H Woodrnff entered b. s. Card ?? D. FlMer enter*! t m Crlooline ?'? t Woodruff entered b ? or. 0. Km. ?? a ? ? Wv. *2; r,? J. lit tl?K tihot nod the b?y oolt were the oaly otee that oasse ta the pel The lattm wan distanced on the ffrst heal, his error, 9?ta| urjaii# weigh t. UvlD| dig mounted hefwd he "nwtwra^ mjc trot's id aoTeeme eff si the wlllee ran. TliM^MHe beets Afnll hge4 lb* Si Later for thred I ear fid*?Which closed wJth "J** entries?an4 4 two mlU heat reee rtff flfA#s4. p? hs^ way ?' ??tb* ^ ten ted halt peal ? levari ft'pksjk U# latter train bavloff special oars for the ledy Visitor* THE WILMINQTON BLOCKADE. Arrival of Id* Prlae Steamer RhU-C?p turo of the A. O. Vmnce-Th. Georgia at Beamfort, Km Ftoute for Bo.ion The Hew Prlvkietn flaavla *?'? Kdltia Preparing for Sea?TUe BlochieUe Fleet at Halifax, &? , The prize steamer Flsio (Brltbb flag), In cturge of Fit. hard WTklnson, prize muster, from Beaufort, S. C., Oth Instant, arrived here yosterdav. She la bound to Boston, and after obtaining a llollgate pilot proceeded. Hhe was captured by the gunboats Quakurf ity and Key stone Htato on the 6th instant. in latitude 33 10, long! tude 77 02, from Wllpilngton, S. C, (or Naseno. with a cnrr? of three tbeueand two hundred haieu of r"t,"n- . Rear Admiral Lee, In a Uenpatch. dated Beaufort, Sept. '''The' Elsie ran out of Wilmington on the tth Instant, and waa captured the oo*t day by tho Keystone State and Quaker City. The Elsie was seen and 0red upon when she ran out by the N.pbou aud BrHanole, and wm obtMd otf by tbe Santiago de Cuba until lo*l m the darkness. At half-past ten the neat day she waa seen and captured, without pa port or a flag. A Shell from the Quaker City exploded In the fore bold or the Elsie, and destroyed about one hundred and fifty hales or cottOD. Fart of the cargo was tbiewn overboard In the ctwae. and there are now about two hundred and nrty b.ilos on board. The prize will he sent to Boa ton. The K.Ibio la a new steamer, of light dr.tight and fair speed, of the Rothesay < aatle class. and this la her first trip. She will be made a useful Teasel on blockade duty. The blockade Is oloeo and vigilant: but it Is impossible to pre vcut it* violation on daik nlgbte by sioamari built for the purpose. carTURH OP THtr blockade runner a. d. vavcb. Captain SHsson, of the (Tnlted States stenmar Santiago de Cuba, under date of September 11, Informs the Navy I'opart men t that on SaturJay, when on his way to Hamp ton Roads for coal, he discoverod, chased end captured e blockade runner. Bho proved to be the Hk|,AJ,te*m?,r A. D Vance, late Lord Clyde, from Wilmington, N. C. She te an iron side.wheel stoamer. two years old, very fast, and has on board some four hundred and'ton bales of cotton and spme turpentine. Her full c"rK0C"0''0' known until she is broken out in Boston, for which port she will be despatched in charge of Acting Ensign F. C. Bower. This vessel has Iteou one of tne most success ful of the blockade runners, end those on boera say ene was caught only in consequence of the had coal ane uaed. TDK VALUE OF Tns PRIZES. Gentlemen connected with navel aflblrs say tho English blockade runners Elsie arfO A. D. Vance, rocently cop tured, together with their cargoes, sro worth probably belt a million dollars. Tho officers and sailors who selred these prizes will therorore realize handsome dividends. The officers Of the Vsnce sakl she was captured only be cause o' the bad coal on board. The obstruction of toe Weld on Railroad by our srmy prevents tbe supply of a betlsr article to the blockade runners, THfc. KX-riUViTBKk UKOROIA. The prize steamer Georgia, captured by the United States steamer Niagara ofT Lisbon, arrlvrkl at Beaufort, N. C ,on tbe 9tb, and would proceed to Boston. NEW PRIVATEER". It wan reported at Beaufort that the rebel eteamer Edith was about to leav# Wilmington, heavily armed. There Is no longer doubt that there ere eeveral rebel erniser* now within tbe port of Wilmington been eeen. Oue is named the Hawk, another the Edith. 1 be names of tbe others could not be ascertained They cam* in u blockade manors, and received ibsir arras raents at Wilmingtou. There Is a probability that they may attempt Immediately to forcibly run the blocakde? rather a hazardous undertaking, by the way. THE BLOCKADE RONNBR FLEET AT HALIFAX. Halifax, N. 8., Sept. 12,1884. Tbe blockade runner Old Dominion arrived here on Saturday night, and the City of Potorsburg on Sunday morning. They have about eighteen hundred bales of cotton on board, destined Tor England, said to be In pay. ment of the Interest for the rebel loan. They lelt Wilming UThSy rSStrtUa"'1tbe pirate Tallahassee was to leave on a ntrutlcal plundering cruise on Tuesday night. They also rsport that two more blockade runners were to famowTAltfxandra, now oalled the Mary, arrived here on Saturday, It 18 said lor repairs. The following blockade rucnere ere alee In port:? Steamer Little Hattle. Steamer North Heath, repairing, steamer Constance. Steamer Flamingo. Steamer Lady Shirley. Beetdee' i belabors is the steamer Asia, tender to tbe rebel fleet. _ NEWS FROM WA8HIN0T0N. W amino ron, Sept. 12,lMi. THE FROrO*BD ONE THOUSAND MILLION LOAN FROM EUKore. No declaion baa yet been made In regard to the propo sition for e thousand mllln n loan, made by European canitallata. and It maybe bsH nsder advisement until tbe sense of CongreM can be obtaiaed in referenoe to It, m it requires sddltloenl Isgisletioe to perfect it. MOJtkV FOCR1N8 INTO TBI TRBAaUBT. Although without aay apparent cause, e a umber of the blda offered for the thirty one million loan contained the request that if not accepted they should be applied to tbe seven thirties. trPBtT o> ;hh corriRRKAP asfault on general m'clrli.an. Tbe antagonistic demonstrations sf the copperheads against General IfoCleUan, cauaed by the war policy ol Li* letter of ?? '-eptance. are regarded with much eaitsfac tion In administration circles here, and are considered as settlini the quest on m favor of tbe re-olection of Mr I.me,do. If united tbe oemocracy would have had hard work t' wlu a triumph, but divided it is eousidered that tlivir chaace la hopeless. ( lac 'l'nra fiat. UKA VD TURNOUT AND FICNIO AT JONES1 WOOD. Early yesterday morning ao imposing procos?lon ? of the Turner" took place rroq> the Turo Hall in Orchard street, which proceeded through Canal stre t and Bowery to tbe City Ball Park, and up Broadway and through va rioua other iborooibfarea to tho root of Eighth street, where tbe excursion et? embarked for Jrnws Wood. In tho lone line of the proce?lon were, of course, the nu merous Turner delegation* and Turner cluha from near V ad the priiitii'al cNles of tho Eastern tend Wastern -tates who -fire now rsrr?*e:.ted la the cfty. aa wall as all tbe German glee Club* of this *"7 Tbe ptocession was composed aa follow* ? coin panto* the -engerbuud, United ^ composed nr * me elzl.l eorieties ether flee ctwlm, sb-Nt two dmwn Turner association! ?nd dalerate it* from the ua gnbonog cillss Turner /aogllage, New Yorker Tern i ^The Turner Toegllnge .re heyi. to the number of about two h tidred, who are educated according to tbe system vf the Turners. Their appearance lo the ivoc'ssaton altracled * groat deal of alien tioo 'mmetiac crowd* visited Jones' Wool In tbe aiternoon. Tbe iestlval, however, passed off lo s very or lerir mst uer. and at all o'ct >c? U e sxeursi mets returned to the <uty. At two o'clock Dr. Foernch delt v.-r<d an oration. In which he took ocraaion to compare tbe German fum leatlvala with the filymiiiejesnvalrnf ancient Greece. Uter in the niternoen eu exl Ibltitm of tbe New York Turner* took place on the grmmdw. Tbs ?xhibtllon waa one of the principal feet.irw of the dev. T- dar the festival will ba no,.lim ed, with pr * ever ciae* in Turnett. aicging. fencing, wrtwitlng and racing. p.rienal Imtell l?e*ie?. Atpong the arrival* at Oramercy Tark H"tet, we not ce tba name of ftauor Don Joes A. Godoy. for a long titp* ad,tor of lb* Hirnldo M ttestco. and a firm frleud of tha' mfd etate* "e comes direct from the ^tataa nf rim dm ? ????/ h,< w'r* a,,(1 S^uV Get era s lalipe B -rr.ozah?l aud Pedro Ogazoo, both of tbo bcrai army. tr. alia stopping temporarily at tbe asm* hotel. ?*nor lose Rlhers J Rio. a Meticaa JeurnalM ' olonel Jose fta'boRtm. tenor f. AVI la. a member of tbo Mexican rongrese, and Sener Don F. lj"i'iuoaa, of Duiango, are ? tupping At the note! de Bar.cloiia Lincoln la l*ntf Constwlnalwiaern to IUcTt inond ? (From the Washington Union, Kept 10.J Wa bear to-oay, on the b?*t authority, that flerace Greater haa again entered into ootrehtamdeoce with ueorce N .Sanders, Msurita him that commiaamnjsrs will beoutellv aent If desired, by Me?arS. Play k H'dcorahe, ^ fltckmoed to negotiate for peace without coodjtlona rracedem the wary George, having bad bis Angers burnt Smv b?a consulted the above gentlemen. and has written to Horace that Mr Lincoln muit withdraw bla leuar,"Te wboMH may coocarn." He probably will, u It la known that a grant many loading men of the republican party I have been here latterly urglug that peace sommleeloner* be sent lo Richmond Arbitrary Arrests. 'From tbs Albany Argus .Sept. 12 ] THE PAT RIB OArt. in this cast, tried tt cWliJW im verdict wm rendered ot $4,000 against Halted States Manbal, for ?rbltrary arreet aad ln.pruc^ i of llSj Mliter, at 'dented lbs special term la una may. J?? Vlfhba the act, motion, boldmg that the cans did jet fail wfinm w^ and that the rt y fy ., vnrdtet b*? been rendered, A mtaim a#A,w)cg, ludge Arter, o# Albany, for plalnlltf, ABd J- Sedgwicn, ef New York defeodenl, GRANT The I'-<i|f h'<??n(It Corps. MH. JOHN A, RRAOV'S Dkt-PATCIf. H.AixjruRrmt'i, Eirirrncvr i AitMl Co?an, 1 Nkah I'ointoit Ko.an, Vu., svpt. 10, 181W J if'iiHAHit*! sr ow thi norm GAP MORAL TOWB* The rebel* yaulcrday unexpectedly awoke from tb? ?Hence thiy have for tome time p<ut maintained, an* saluted our Hoe w.tb a mist furmua bombardment rue now signal tower o-.poeiie to Dutch Gap received the at tention of tho hoary gci,s at Hewlett's aud tbo im. pound 1'arrotta at tho now battery they hare thrown up to command the bend of the rtrer above the canaL Nuoieioui i hells hew all around It and over it, but ror'n. nately tho enemy did not eucMed lu striking their Urg.t. if they had, the tower is to constructed (bat several of the supports could be knocked away without IndtetiD^ material damage. Kvory part of the work Is so etromr'r braced that three uprights would heainp'y aufflcMni lu support the structure, oven In a gale of wind. ma asm ntrrvRita, capable of throwing shells with any chance of effectin* damage to the i wo- aro only two Is number?tho H< w ? L 22" kjMdry an<1 tlie now one ou the river bank to the right. The latter onmmauced ilrmg at an unueual elevation about noon, aud w*s shortly Joined by Hnw a a ? inloute the latter o|*uieil with its two hun dred pounders it waa replied to by ,.ur water battei r Captain Hubbarll, of the First Connecticut, who rum mantis here, answered no rapidly and elfe lively that lie soon abaorlted tbo entiro attention o( tne tmemy who oouiluuctl to then biiu for ueai ly tUioe nours. ina vitiirr was visible In all its itetnlis irom the top of the tower wbore Lieutenant Ain-ueu, of the Signal ( orus, gullanuy maintained his position throughout. Tho tiring of Bob. bard s oue-huudred pounders was splendid, and aver* lime the smoke waa observed rl-tng from his battery the enemy oobld be -eon running from ibeir guns to their gopher boles aud other, places of security .Sometimes they retreated with such precipitancy that the spoogse were left Id tho guns. The position of the signal officer ? i. ,'ow?r WM certainly a peculiar oue. He could look right Into the muzzles of the enemy's guna, see everk preparation they made to aboot at bins, and then hear the shriek of the tw.vbundrcd ponnder through the air appa r?otly ooljr ^ few foot from bhi lioi4. For ft oorvout mao It wo?M hftve proved unendurable. THE DAMAGE to us aotually amounted to nothing further then s sever* *??**!? 10 'k? B5*ro i^atos'Ts, who Ujd the whip unmer cifully upon their unfortunate steeds, and vanished from ? tne scene as rapidly as possible, tvitb the enemy, bow *?r'1' W,M quit* different. What material damtge waa inflicted Is at present, of course, only known to them selves; but after (be cessation of the firing ihelr earth works bore unmistakable svldffnre of hard usage. Men were busily engaged until dark in repairing damages, at wort M#D> w'tli wheelbarrows and shovels, barJ CimiAL ClBIiOg, accompanied by Major- Read. wus at the water battery throughout the whole of the drlng, where, If they had not a safe position, they at least had ous that aava tbeos the opportunity of seeing what was going on. Mr. W. D. McGregor's Despatch. HssBocanTwrn, Aknt or in Potomac, > Sept 10?Evening. j Firing has been kept up all day on the centre and right. The rebels poem to bava got their temper excited by thai surprise of laat night, and appear determined to annoy our pickets as moth aa tbey can. it was the Twentieth Indiana and Xlnety nlnth i enn sy Ivan la cavalry that made the charge and took the rebel line or pickets. ? Lieutenant Colonel Ceorgo W. Mickel, commanding the ,Twentieth Indiana, was ebol through the hips and died ou the Held, flla body Is being embalmed, and will be sent noma. Lieutenant Ulsbmw, of tbe Ninety-ninth l'ennsvlvanta. wen badly wounded in the head. Tbe prisoners captured aay tbey were asleep et the time, and that our men were on them before they bad time to resist. General Patrick. Provost Marshal of the army, waa to day presented with a beuuMful sw?rd, sash, sours and ?boulder straps by the enlisted men of the Twentieth New York, wbose original term of enlistment baa expired, and those not re-enlisted are going h me General Patrick made a very appropriate speech on the occasion. Brigadier General Kagan arrived at the front yesterday, having almost entirely rocovored from tbe severe wound he received on the Hi of June, la front of Petersburg, baring on Ibat occasion won the promotion be well de served. He will have a command In tba Second corps. SHENANDOAH. Harms's Finer, Sept. 12, j?M. Tbefc baa beto oo change Jo tbe mill turf situation tbo# my last despatch. Working parties have recommenced work on tbe Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad this morning, and it Is expected the road will be la running order throughout by Friday. WAR NEW8 FROM THE SOUTHWEST. Lot-ianm, Sept 12, ISM. The following despatches have been received at Gen. Rousseau's headquarters In Nashville ? n . ? ? ? McRvmoanoao, Fept. 8,18M. Malor B. H. Poi.r, A. A. O. _ Colorol Thomas Jordan, Ninth Pennsylvania savalry with two hundred ai?<l thirty iucn, rurprieed, attacked and routed the rebel Dibbeti R brigade of two toousaud men at Readyvilie yesterday, killing and wounding many and capturing one hundred and thirty prisoners Our loss was one killed, five wounded and four missing. To-day the railroad Is torn at Bed Bucker; but tbe damage is trifling The bridge over Htewurt'i creek, tbe only ols lujured by Wbeeler, w rebuilt. qp, "? VaN CLEVE, Brigadier General. ? _ _ MnirRBcsBORo. Sept. 10, l?f>4. Major B. H. rotk, Assistant Adjutant General, Nash ville? Tbo road Is In good order from here to Chattanooga. Trains left Ibis morning with in .lis for tbe army at Atlanta. Tho rebels are retreating by way of McMmn ?III?. H. I'. VAN OLKVE, Brigadier General. A Pulaski. Tenn., despatch of tbe 9tb aaya General Kouaaaau bad concentrated all tbe force of Btedman and Granger with his own, and was pursuing Wbeeler towards the Tennessee river. Tba country between Naabvllls and the Tencae.ee river la reported full of straggling bands. General Milroy b?s returned to Tulliboma. He tefe grar bs from tlicre Saturday that one hundred rebel cav alry cat tbo wlrsH en irtday, seven miles northwest of Shelbyvllle, and sere g?irg towards Franklin. DIbbeil sou Williams bail united their forcse st Wood bury. Willi?ma aud Kobli ana ha<l paaeod Berth Grove, Cannon nsuntv, with two thousand men and three pieces of artillery, going towards McMlnnvllle. General Shermau bid reestablished eommaoicalfon via tbe Nashville end <-'haitenooi.a Railroad. Kapalrson the Temesaee tod Alabama Railroad will be completed oo Monday. Wbeeler, in tbe aggregate, baa destroyed only tlx miles of track. Four hundred and forty sar loads of subsistence were received in At I am a oo Friday list. News from C?lr?. UPOIT8D DdATU OP OKNKRAL PUICI, MrO. Caiao, III., Bept. U, 1M4. There H a report st Little if,ok, Ark., that the rsh^ Goucral Pi ke reaently d ed at Arkaddpbla ef dysontsry. ssventy-flva bogaheadi of tobacco havs arrived here from Padacah for New Torn. Tho ateanar City of Alton brings Memphis dates at yesterday sod New Or'eana sdvk-ts of the 6th lust Mrio phis wee to be Illuminated last aigbt In honor ef reoeel vcfnrlee. Tbe p st of Cairo has been ?eper?!ed rfom the dktrle of Western Kentu. ky ?cd uttai hed to tbe district ef U I I nols, under General R E. Pslse. . General Meredith has left Padttcth to take oommaad of the district of Westers Keutucky. Capture ef the He Gel Guerilla U<iau trcll at ladlanatiolle. Ciwcirnati, Bept. 13 16M. A dssjmtch from Indianapolis to lbs Ciocinnan "ift srn. unces lbs ospturs there of Quantreil, the Missouri gbcriils. He was recogolzel en the atraet by a rafugee. ATTr art to Riow ores a ?'avr.?On Punday sigkt a gang of barglars, by moans of rilse keys, forced an e*. trance to tbe store or Oharioa w. Biker, ? Beetriuaa atreet, with Intent to irb tho prom"*? With the aeces ssry Implements tba aurglara drilled Mvaral bains in tba wife and Oiled tbero with powder Ail the powder p??xV ble waa also inserted In lbs Jock of the ?*'?, and at the proper moment the match was aupllfd; but tba expl??;ioa failad to prove satisfactory to the burglars, as tbe safe, which contained g.Ti>.0o0 Is numay md Internal revenna ?tatups, wlthat /od the r effuria. Uegomlug alarmed at lh? noise made by the explosion, 'bo burglars dr-ainp?.h leaving behind tbetn a hrace aud bit, dril a, llmmye an? other burglarious implements. The loofa were Jsksn to the Scoond preciact statloo house by Captain Mifta, wbe e they oan be aeen by those tntereaied. No Information baa yet been recafoed as to who wera the perpetrators of tbe burglary. The l.aite RhoatUg Affray. to MM BPiroR or mi bwralp. Aa avroseouasfbfoment bavin. qpuoAraii Ut t^ur paner of tbt.dv a da* f ??? W. .4 eor^JbrmmV^ mTm pla-v me Is ? fatos ^? ilu0 he/ere nay frisada and tbe puiai<f ?' L'iW1-,1" V* lr,t "1*?*' *'10 i?? b"? ? 11 pier aa oh, sad W00J aaoosrsiee rue rish a t b tma ted lues Tol wiahmy bkme NSnecUd at e i with Ike uufurtune* on.'tr? rence, at bs nav?f enteral mv house, sad had an etflauite wbskVar with anrjf>arke*pee? As tbe au'alr wis nitrelr ?ai etaaaiel. and Mr. Wood was varr mueb a.toniabcd at (iseT Im mv name tesnected w th ihs eebiitrenfi. f wrtle tkM with the approval aud ecacwresq. 01 Jsr wc?4 ? JOH.e Oi.tvtA 88 Cbstty atrsmk