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A t S p r i n g ­ f i e l d t h e y w e r e m e t b y e x - G o v e r n o r J e w ­ e l l , o f t h i s city , a n d t h e p a r t y a r r i v e d h e r e a t 7:50 o ’c l o c k l a s t e v e n i n g a n d w e n t im ­ m e d i a t e l y to G o v . J e w e l l ’s r e s i d e n c e . T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g t h e y w i l l g o to F a r m ­ i n g t o n , w h e r e M i s s N e l l i e G r a n t a n d M ias F e l t w i l l b e p l a c e d in M iss P o r t e r ' s s c h o o l . T h e P r e s i d e n t a n d M r e . G r a n t w i l l le a v e f o r N e w Y o r k T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n . On F r i d a y t h e P r e s i d e n t w i l l p a r t i c i p a t e in t h e F a r r a g u t o b s e q u i e s ; S a t u r d a y h e and M r s . (I r a n t ' g o e s to W e s t P o i n t , a n d re­ t u r n i n g t o N o w Y o r k w i l l l e a v e for W a s h ­ i n g t o n S a t u r d a y . w e r e g r e e t e d w ith a lu ll h o n s e la s t o v e n i n g , a n d th e p e r f o r m a n c e w a s a s u c c e s s and s a t i s ­ fa c t i o n — t o th o m a n y . I t w s s s o m e t h i n g n e w t o e e e s i l k s and - p o p l in s a n d m e r i n o s , la d i o s ’ f e e e s r - w a t e r f a l l s , - e n d i v -w h o r e w e . h a v e . .so . _ o f t e n m e t th o g a z e o f u n a d u lte r a t e d b u r n t c o r k , a l t h o u g h th o r e w a s e n o u g h o f the “ n i g . g e r m in s t r e l \ e l e m e n t p r e s o n t t o k e e p ns c o n t e n t e d . T w o - t w e l f t h s o f th e a c t o r s -were • d o m e d i n th e f a c e w ith th a t b l e s s e d c o l o r o i b l a c k , w e s o m u c h fea r e d w e s h o u l d n o t see. 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B r o w u v i l l o - J a m e s M o f f a t t , | W a l la o e H i l l , A. G ib b s . O la y t o n — E J R e e s e . L y m e — I r a I n m a n , 0 A K e l s e y ; B M in o r . O r l e a n s — E li T S a r g e n t , T D F l a n a b n x g h , W F F o r d . P a m e l i a — D W H a v e n s , D a n iel F ol W m . F u l l e r . P h i l a d e l p h i a — I f f E A l d r i c h , G e o K o r k b r id o , J o h n C F u l t o n . W i l n a — W m C h r i s t i a n , 8 A B r o w n . F J M o r g a n . N o r t h W a t e r t o w n — T b L e e n tn , W 4V W o o d , It S p a l s b u r y . C a p o T ixxcent, L e l U y a n d T h e r e s a s e n t no D e l e g a t e s a n d w e r e n o t R e p r e s e n t e d in tho C o n v e n t i o n . O n . m o t i o n ot W . F . F o r d , K o eondod b y M. E . A l d r i c h , th e t e m p o r a r y o r g a n i z a t i o n was m a d o p o r m e n e n t , b y u n a n im o u s v o t e o f tho C o n v e n t i o n . M o t i o n w a s h e r e m a d e b y I. M . H e n m a n , d u l y so o o n d e d , t h a t tho C o n v e n t i o n a d j o u r n to m o e t a t th i s h o n s e on t h e 5th d a y of O c t o ­ b e r , 1870, a t 1 o ’c l o c k , p . m ., so t h a t * c h s n c o b e o f fo r e d fo r t h e to w n s n o t r e p r e s e n t e d to c o n s id e r w h e t h e r in v lk v r o f >11 t h e f o o t s , it 'I i s not b e t t o r f o r th e p t u p o s o o f h a r m o n y , t h n t all p r e j u d i c e s b e l a i d asido, a n d th n t tko R e p u b l i c a n s pull t o g e t h e r in the e n s u i n g e l e c ­ t i o n as o f o l d . M r . C o o p e r s t lh o s u g g e s t i o n of s e v e r a l d e l e g a t e s , a u d w i t h the u n a n i m o u s c o n s e n t o f t h e C o n v e n t i o n , m a d e somo r e m a r k * . In w h i o h h e t h o u g h t , a l t h o u g h ho h u d n o au­ th o r i t y to sp e a k f o r any e l e m e n t , that a n ad­ jo u r n m e n t o f t h i s C o n v e n t i o n w o n l d b e pro­ d u c t i v e o f A fu t u r e h a m io n io n B C o n v e n t i o n . H o n R . B . B i d d l e c o r n , T h o m a s K e e n a n a n d s e v e r a l o t h e r s here s p o k e in favor o f au a d j o u r n m e n t , w h e n tho q u e s t i o n w a s s u b m i t - t e d m n i H I r e m o t i o n w a n x n a n i m o u s l y c a r r i e d . I t was m o v e d a n d c a r r i e d th a t those pro­ c e e d i n g s b o p n b l i s h e d in tbo B o p n b E c a n C o n n t y p a p e r * . W m . C h w i b t u n , C h a i r m a n , x r at G iots ; “ fr J . C. F u l t o n , ) Inti-roet o n the P u b l i c D e b t . — K e v s u u e R e c e i p t * . Men- York 29.—Some months since Seeivfliry liuutwcll issued an order, which in still in force, and which he sjys shall remain in force, that • all interest clue on th e public debt will be paid sixty days in advance o f date upon which i t is due with a rebate o f the interest at the rate o f six per cent. That is, if a person is entitled to $8 interest he must rebate the interest o f sixty days on this 03. at th ^ rate ofO per rent per annum. Revenue collections for this month, up. to and including yesterday are $11,992,- 0 1 7 .7 7 and will probably reach $180,000.00 in tlie n e x t two days. From July 1st up to and including yest- terdny collections wero $50,806,801.30; estim ating collections for next two days a t $1,000,000 will make total collections for first quarter of present fiscal yoar near­ ly $52,000,000 which is over $4,000,000 more limn for tho same quarter laat ycarT D e s t i t u t i o n Ii* G e r m a n y u n d F r a n c e . London. 29.— I)r. Gucist, who has re­ cently made a tour of inspection through Khinish P r u s s i a , Hanover. Baden nnd tfesjc, makes a n earnest appeal to tho charity c f all Germans, for the people of t h o s e countries. He B a y s th a t tho towns arc crowded with helpless women snd children, who cuuic in to beg for bread. Tbe fields are left unfilled, and villages a r e swept clean o f food by the armies.— H is picture of theso regions of victorious Germany is scarcely better -than that given h y o t h e r s o f tho vanquished dis­ tricts of invaded France. The prices of all necessaries o f lifo have gono np three­ fold. lin baa b e e n ix w t r u e t e d b y P r i n c e G o r t s c h o ff, t o p r e s e n t a fo r m a l d e m a n d t o P r u s s i a for a fo li a n d c a t e g o r i c a l e x p l a n a t i o n - o r t e r p u r - p o e e s a n d - p o l i o y in p u r s n i n g t h e w a r w ith F r a n c o . I n t h i s d e m a n d , i t i s sta t e d th a t th e g o v e r n m e n t o f th e C z a r d e c l a r e s it t o b e q u it e im p o s s i b l e t h a t R u s s i a c a n regard it a s a q u e s t i o n s o l e l y t o b e d e c i d e d b e t w e e n G e r ­ m a n y a n d F r a n c e w h a t th e lim i t s o f e it h e r p o w e r sh a l l b e , t h a t t h e fu t u r e o f R u s s ia u o t le s s t h a n th e p a s t m a k e s i t th e DUTY OF TUB BUB8XAW flOVXBNMINT t o p r o t e s t a g a i n s t , a n d i f n e o e s s a r y , t o pre- ▼8#t a n y c h a n g o in th o o t j n i l ib r i u in o f E u ­ rop e -w h ich w o u l d e m b a r r a s s fr e e d o m o f a c ­ tio n o f th o R u s s i a n G o v e r n m e n t , a n d p a r t ic­ u l a r ly th a t R u s s i a w i l l n e v e r su f f e r t h e fix e d b o u n d a r ie s o f th e E u r o p e a n S t a t e n t o b o d i s ­ tu r b e d in o b e d i e n c e t o t h e s u b v e r s i o n a u d p e r v e r s e d o c t r i n e o f n a t io n e U t i o a bo c a ll e d . THESE lU M p n S AM* CONFIRMED, an d t h e i r o m i n o u s s i g n i f i c a n c e d e e p e n e d b y a p p e a r a n c e i n t h e S t . P e t e r b u r g G a z e t t e ’ D e L a B o u r s e o f a n a r t i c l e p r i n t e d in a fo r m w h io h g i v e s t o it th o a i r of 8 M in i- o fficial w h i c h u s e s t h i s th r e a t e n i n g a n d e x p l i c i t la n g u a g e : \ P r u s s i a w i t h h e r fr o n t i e r s o u th e aide o f F r a n c e g u a r a n t e e d a n d n e u t r a l i z e d A u s t r ia ti) p r o t e c t h e r s o u t h - e a s t e r n fla n k , w ill b e in a p o s i t i o n so t o d i s p o s e a l t h e r s t r e n g t l r g s t o -o h e c k a n d e a s i l y t o p a r a l y z e th e a c t i o n o f R u s s i a . I n p r e s e n c e o f s o g r a v e an e v e n t u ­ a lity, R u s s i a m o a t a n d w i l l p r o v i d e n t o n c e a g a i n s t a n y p o s s i b l e fu t u r e . T h e E o l o s o f M o s c o w s a y s a l s o tb e e a s t e r n q u e s t i o n ca n w a i t — t h e r e i s n o p r e s s i n g n e ­ c e s s i t y for a s o l u t i o n i n th a t q u a r t e r . I t i s o n t h e R h i n e t o - d a y , t h a t t h e k n o t o f t h e e a s t e r n q u e s t io n w a i l s t o b e c n t at o u e d e c i ­ sive b l o w . C a b i n e t M e e t i n g I n L o n d o u . N e w Y o r k , 29. — A s p e c i a l sayB th e c a b i n e t m e e t i n g in L o n d o n , w h i o h w a s t o h a v e b e e n held o n F r id a y , h a s b e e n c a l l e d for to - d a y , in c o n s e q n e n c e o f t h o u r g e n t d i s p a t o h e s fr o m L o r d L y o n s , B r i t i s h M i n i s t e r s t T o u r s , w h o b e s e e c h e s E n g l a n d t o i n t e r f e r e an d c o m p e l a p e a c e , b e f o r e i l l E u r o p e i s s e t in fla m e s . L o r d L y o n s r e p r e s e n t s i n th e s t r o n g e s t ter m s th e g r o w i n g (lea p © r a t io n a n d rage o f th e o o m b a t a n t s a n d t h e p e r i l s to E u r o p e o f sn o h p r o j e c t s as a r o n o w o p e n l y a v o w e d b y th e G e r m a n G o v e r n m e n t . Italy. N e w Y o r k , 2 9 . — T h e sto r y th a t Ita lia n G o v e r n m e n t h i d m a d e a d v a n c e s to a n y p o w e r b e f o r e th e o c c u p a t i o n o f th e P a p a l sta t e s i s d e n i e d . I t i s b e l i e v e d i t o r i g i n a t e d in th e foot t h a t I t a l y a d d r e s s e d a c ir c u l a r le t t e r t o Ita l i a n R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s a t F o r e i g n C o u r t s s e t t i n g fo r t h a b s o l u t e n e c e s s i t y o f h e r in t e r ­ f e r e n c e s t R o m e , t o s e c u r e p u b l i o o r d e r a n d in d e p e n d e n c e o f t h e P o p e , n o t le s s th a n th e r i g h t s an d lib e r t i e a o f t h e R o m a n p e o p l e , a n d p a c i f i c a t i o n o f I t a l y . T h e o b j e c t o f C o u n t S a n M a r tin a 's M i s s i o n t o R o m e w a s to u r g e th e P o p e t o r e c o g n i z e th e g o o d f a i t h o f Ita l y in th is m a t t e r . T h e r e is s o m e d i s o o n t e n t in F l o r e n c e s t t h e d i s t u r b a n c e o r e s t e d i n V o ln e a by t h e a p p r o a c h i n g w i t h d r a w a l o f t h o C o n r t and g o v e r n m e n t t o R o m e , a n d so m e o f th e p a p e r s u r g e th e m u n i c i p a l i t y to s n i p e n d w o r k o n th e g r a n d e x t e r i o r B o u l e v a r d s . I t i t u n d e r s t o o d t h s t K i n g V i c t o r E m a n u a l w ill m a k e h i a e n t r y in t o th o E t e r n a l c ity im ­ m e d ia t e ly a f t e r t a k i n g o f P l e b i t c i t a m , th i s r e s u lt b e i n g r e g a r d e d a a a f o r e g o n e c o n c l u ­ s io n . T h e E v a n g e l i c a l s o c i e t y h i r e h a v o p e ­ t i t i o n e d fo r p e r m i s s i o n t o r e m o v e a t o n e c t o R o m e . AFTERNOON DESPATCHES, IH o r d e r T r i a l . Hartford, Conn., 29.—James Wilson, t he murderer o f warden Willard oftho Statr Prison, pleaded not g u ilty yestorday in the Superior Court. He said he de­ sired to conduct his own defence, but •Judge Minor assigned A. P. Hyde and D. K. Calhoun as Lis counBol. Wilson’s trial will take place next Wednesday. Political. Evansville, Ind., 29.—The largest audi­ ence th a t lias Ivecn in tho Opera Honse for years, assembled last night to hear Vice President Colfax, who spoke for 2 houn. I L O C A L N O T I C E D . F r i d a y o f th ia w e e k , t h e 3 0 t h d a y o f S e p t i m b e r , is t h e la s t d a y f o r p a y i n g ta x e s . A f t i r t h a t 2 p e r c e n t , a d d i t i o n s ] . U s e P a a h a A li’s A r a b i a n C o f f e e . s l 0 d w 3 m B o i a r a w o . — B o a r d e r s c a n b e a c c o m m o d a ­ ted a t N o . 118, A c a d e m y - s t . ie p 2 9 d 6 t . Seoretariea. E o u P l a n t .— J oh n Pm r k c r , E s q . , of S s c k - e t a H a r b o r , on p r e s e n t i n g n s t h o vory l a r g o s t s p e c i m e n o f f r u i t o f t h e egg p l a n t t h a t we e v e r sew , said , t h a t h e d i d not b r i n g it t o tlie C o u n t y F a i r o n t o f c o x n i d o m t i o n o f Mrs. S t a r h n o k , w h o h a d on e x h i b i t i o n som o vory f l n e fruit o f th e sam e kind. U n d e r th e s o c i r c u m s t a n c e s , w e h a r t U y k n o w w h i c h to p r a i s e m o s t , Mr. P a r k e r ’* fruit, o r his g a l l a n t ­ r y . C e r t a in ly , b o t h w i l l bear t h e h i g h e s t en­ c o m i u m s . T h a t g o l d e n - r e d t o m a t o w h io h M r . P a r k e r le f t at t h a sam e tim e , w a s a b o u n c e r , a n d ss e s o n le n f c a s it w a s la r g e . We l i k e th s t k in d . A l s a e e a n d L o r r m l n e , O s t e r id , 29— T h e tr o o p s o f B a d e n , w h ioh h a v o b e e n b e s i e g i n g S t r a s b o u r g , a f t e r leav­ i n g g a r r iso n in t h e o i t y , w ill b e sent t o d e a r u p p e r A lsa c o o f arm e d p e a s a n t s a n d sh a r p s h o o t e r s , vrho a r e p e r p e t r a t i n g g n a t e x c c s s e * a n d s e r i o u s l y a n n o y i n g tho r e a r of t h e G er­ m a n a r m y . B p e e i a l recei-wed a t B r u s s e l s fro m B e r l i n s t a t e s t h a t A laaco a n d L o r r a i n e a r e to b e tr e a t e d a s G e r m a n fed e r a l p r o v i n c e * u n d e r t h o im m e d ia t e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n o f fe d e r a l au­ th o r ! t i e s , nnd t o be r e p r e s e n t e d in t h e G e r ­ m a n p a r l i a m e n t h y c o m m i s s i o n ; also, th a t n o m i l i t a r y se r v i c e w ill b e r e q u i r e d of t h * in h a b ­ ita n t s . I t is a d d o d th a t t h e p u b li c a t i o n o f th o s e id e a s has e x o i t e d a sto r m o f I n d i g n a t i o n ffo i iT T h e fa f f ic a l ig w lH d & h a * l e d t o w v e n l a r - rosts. D e s p a t c h e s fro m M u n ich s t a t s t h a t ch a n ­ c e ll o r D e l h r a o k has s o far f a i l e d to c o n c l u d e a trea t y io r e f f e c t i n g a c lo s e r u n io n b e t w e e n B a v a r i a and N o r t h G e r m a n y . B s p e r t u n r a l s o r e c e i v e d fr o m S t u t t g a r t o f v e r y s e r i o u s m a n ife s t a t io n s th e r e a g a i n s t t h e p o l i c y o f a n - n e x a t i o u . B l a o k O r i n o l in a fo r d r a m l i n i n g j u s t ro c e iv - a i t h e o n e p r i c e C o r n e r S t o r e . A la r g e a a a o r t m e n t o f a h i r t i n g fla n n e l s ju a t r e c e i v e d a t t h e o n e p r i c e C o m e r S t o r e . O a a a im e r a * f o r b o y s w e a r v e r y d u r a b l e — w a r m a n d c h e a p a t t b e o n o p r i o e C o r n e r S t o r e . J E r r w s o N C o . a t t h i S t . t * F a ir. — Mr. R o b e r t R r o d i o , o f S m ith v i ll e , c a r r i e s o f f 2d p r e m i u m for b e s t A y r s h i r e bull o v o r 8 yeara; J a m e s M . F e lt, S m i t h v i l l e , 3d p n m i n m far A y r s h i r e b u l l , 2 yeara; B o b o r t B r o d l e , B m i t h - v U l e , 2d fo r y e a r l i n g A y r s h i r e b u l l ; J a m e s B r o d i e & S o n , K u r s l H i l l , 3d p r e m i u m for b e a t y e a r l i n g J e r s e y h e i f e r i J . A . D . S n e l l, A d a m s C e n t r e , 2 d b e s t s year o l d filly. G .A . H o z e n g t o n , A d a m s , 2 d b e s t s i n g l e h a r n e s s h o r s e ; T . T . C a w a n s u g h , 'W a tertow n , 3 d boat b o a r , l a r g e b r e e d over 2 years J a m e s F . 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The g o v o r o m e n t h a s in f o r m a t i o n from i t a a g e n t s o n tho B a l t i o , th a t t h e m i l i t a r y p r e p , a r a t i o n s w h ioh R u s s ia has b e e n m a k i n g a o o p e n l y , an d w i t h su c h e x t r a o r d i n a r y e n e r g y a r o d i r e c t c i n o f c a g a i n s t T u r k e y , b u t ag i i n a t G o r m a n y . T h i a I n f o r m a t io n i s co n f irm e d b y p r i v a t e a d v io e s an d i t ia c e r t a i n th a t th e r e l a groat a l a r m a n d u n e a s in e s s a t B e r lin . T h e f o l l o w i n g tro o p s o f R u s s i a n a r m y o r * a n n o u n c e d to h a v e b e e n e o h e lo n n e d a l o n g t h e P r u s s i a n fro n t i e r d u r i n g t h e post 3 w e e k * . T w o d i v i s i o n s o f th e I n f a n t r y o f t h e g u a r d , u n d e r L i e u t , G e n . B a r o n M o e l l e r S o k o m e l s . k y . T h r o e d i v i s i o n s o f t h * G r e n a d iers, o f th e g u a r d u n d e T L i e u t . G e n . P r i n c e T o u h o n M o u v a r o ff. O n e d i v i s i o n o f tits c a v a lr y o f th e g u a r d u n d e r G e n . P r i n c e G o li t z i n e . 1 2 d i v i s i o n s of t i r e in f a n t r y o f th s l i n e u n d e r L i e n t . G e n . V o n E g g e r . F i v e d i v i s i o n s o f th e c a v a l r y o f the l i n e u n d e r L i e n t . G a a . C o u n t V o n G r e t z . 2 p a r k s o f t n g i h e s n a n d 15 p a r k s of a r t i l le r y u n d e r L i e u t G e n . K u y - schoff. It i s a l e o s n n o u n o e d th a t * foroe o f s h i m * dred a n d fifty th o u s a n d C o o M o k s , t h e m e e t ter r i b le light L o o p s q f t h * vrerid l i a s b s a n ca lled u n d e r a r m s , s o d sq u a d r o n o f t h s B a l ­ tic i s ro . - y fo r a o l iv e s s r v i o s . T h s a w s t a t e ­ m e n t * a r e m a d e i n g o v s m s M S t e i r d * * s a d th e y a r o a c c o m p a n ie d w t t h a t m W o r * a l i m o v o . n r n t a n e r th a t t h e R m e t a n M il }© * S t f t m s n r t s O i * W a j c t ic t o R e n t or P u r c h a s e , s h o u s e w i t h s t a b l e , w i t h i n f i v e m i n u t e s w a l k of t h e P u b li o S q u a r e . A d d r e s s D r a w e r 1 7 3 W a t e r t o w n , p . o . 8 2 9 d 3 t . C n a x l x x T . G i x x x i , N o . 9 W a s h i n g t o n H a ll B l o c k h a s j n s t r e e a i v e d a N e w S t o c k o f M m d e a l I p jW v n m s n ts f n o h a s V i o l i n s , G u it a r s , B a n j o s , C k u o n e t a , T r u m p e t * , T r o m b o n e s , A o o o r d e o n a , H a r m o n i c a s , M n x i o B o x e s , A c . In f a c t e v e r y t h i n g th a t a M u a io S t o r e o u g h t to k e e p . 8 2 9 d 2 L W a k t i d I m m x d i a t i l t . — S i x p r a c t i c a l T i n - sm i t h a . 8 t e » d y e m p l o y m e n t a n d g o o d w a g e s g u a r a n t e e d . A p p l y to H owa B d A G banqir , - S e p t 2 8 d 3 t ' f . . 6 . S t r e e t e r B l o c k . T r y th e G r e a t A r a b i a n S p i c e s , i n S i f t i n g B o x e s . _______________________ jr t ( * d w 3 m H a i s W o x x . — H a v i n g r e m o v e d fro m M r s . B o w e * t i > N o . 2 8 t o n o a t . , l a m . n o w p r e p a r e d to d o all k i n d s o f H a ir W o r k , ■ 2 7 d 6 t L i z z i s M c M il l a n . F r a n c e a n d P r u s s i a . London 20.—It is understood that Al- saci' and Lorraine, upon entering the Ger­ man ,:onfodoratiou, will be represented l>y commission, and exempted for tlie pres­ ent from all fcderulehurdeus. The Tebgraplnrasja baloon speciul|froni Tours, dated IvoTlucsday evening, repre- heutiug that the Prussians are retiring to­ wards Paris. Great confidence existed in Paris. Tirm'oHiie mornsng haw a. special dis- patch, giving the following intelligence : On the 27th the French made another sortie from Metz. The forces consisted of ea.valry and artillery, aud wa* protedted by the guns of the North Hquelou and mid Bolica. Tho French advanced to the Arslcqueux^ where the Prussians were cn- couutereil. ’ Another severe conflict ensued, which resulted in the defeat of the French, tho' they carried off their wounded and dead, and all the Prussian prisoners they had captured. The village wae burned by the shells. 8iege guns which have lately becu in position before Strasbourg are being hur- riod forward to Paris. Some of them havo already arrived. The Prussian cavalry have gone forward from Strasbourg. Prussian headquarters around Paris aro given ns follows: King William at Fend­ ers, Crown Prince a t Versailles, Saxony at Grand Trembly. Carrier pigeons are now the- only mes­ sengers between Paris and Toura. Tho balloons offered too fair mark to Prussian riflemen. The railway between Chalons and the German border haa been rclaid. In other directions toward Paris tho work ia vigor­ ously pushed. • Baden troops claim the credit o f the capture of Strasbourg. Berlin, 2 9 . — Three opinions prevail in Gcrmonp iu regard to the question o f tho terms of peaco. Ono party agrees with Bismajck that wer ought not to stop until Alsace anil Lorraine, including the forti- ;jed city of Metz are annexed to Germany, whence they were taken. Another party demands that Metz snd Strasbourg- ho dismantled, aud that France indemnify Germany for tho costa, and the third party, limits the territorial ilcmand to Alsace and tha narrow strip of Lorraine where the German ia the prevailing language. Brussels papers deny the existence of nny excitement there on account o f tlie failure of negotiations between Favre and Bismarck, London Times is the author of the rumor. Tours, 39.—A report having reached hero of the capture of Btrasburg, tho gov­ ernment this morning publishes a dis­ patch from the French Consul at Baslo contradicting it. Tho Consul says the Prussians had made three tremendous but unsuccessful assault* on Btrasburg, in which thoy suffered heavy lotsea. He says the flag subsequently displayed os a I nice to bury tho dead, gave rise to the rumor tbat the city had capitulated. Communication, however, ia cut in all di­ rections, and the fall of Struburg ia by no means impossible. Notwithstanding the denial of the Con­ sul at Bnsle, there is strong belief that tho rumor is not altogether groundless. Advices fro m H a v r e re c e i v e d to - d a y stato that th e m e r c h a n d i z e r e m a i n i n g in th e w a r e h o u s e s in t h a t p o r t is p r o t e c t e d hy the C o n s u l s o f ih e n e u t r a l c o u n t r i e s , who have h o i s t e d th e i r r e s p e c t i v e fla g a . A h u g e e l e c t r i c l i g h t re v o l v e s a t n i g h t , lighting up tho e n t i r e b a y and b a t t e r i e s a r o u n d it. E n o r m o u s c h a i n s p r o t e c t t b e entrance o f th o h a r b o r . A m e e t i n g o f t h e P r e f e c t s of t h o De­ partments o f M o n c h e , O r n e , B o r t h e , Haj- cncc, V e n d e e , M a i n , E t L o i r e , u d of- those of the old P r o v i n c e o f B r i t t a n y , wsa held y e s t e r d a y , a t w h i c h s t i l l f a r t h e r measures w e r o ta k e n fo r n a t i o n a l d e f e n c e . Organization is p r o g r e s s i n g r a p i d l y . Com­ panies of thirty m e n o r e b e i n g re c e i v e d by tbe g o v e r n m e n t , a n d a l l o w e d to choose their o w n o f f ic e r s and a c t i n d e p e n d e n t of the r e g u l a r f o r c e ; a n d i f c i r c u m s t a n c e s demand i t , th e e e c o m p a n i e s w i l l b e t u h e d u n d e r o n e c o m m a n d . R i o e — I a d u l l . • Coal—Ib u n c h a n g e d . S c r a n t o n a t & 4 -37 fo r l u m p ; $4 4 0 ® 4 4 5 f o r s t e a m b o a t ; f$4 75 <S>4 85 fo r g r a d o ; $ 5 0 5 @ 5 1 0 fo r o g g ; # 5 40 @ 5 50 fo r atovo ; $4 1 0 ( # il 2 5 fo r o n o s n a t . L e a t h e b — I s qpaiot. H e m l o c k so le, B a e u o s A y r e s a n d llio G r a n d e lig h t , h e a v y am i m id ­ d l e w e i g h t s a t 28<»81o ; do C a l if o r n ia a t 2 8 ® 3 0 o ; d o O r in o c o a t 26® > 2 9 ]o. W ool —I s q u i e t . S a l e s o f 1 5 0 , 0 0 0 9 * a t 35 ® 4 2 j o fo r d o m e s t i c fle e c e ; 3(>4@31 fo r un- w a s lia d : 30@ tQ c_ Iny p u l l e d ; 5 t .® f i 3 j c tor tu b b o d ; 2 2 j ( S 3 5 for C a l i f o r n i a ; 17r5i\Ko for T e x a s . P r o v isio n s — P ork i s m o m a c t i v o and f irm e r . S a l e s o f OOO b b l s a t $ 2 4 00(894 1 0 for u k - ki , ; $ 2 1 5 0 @ 2 3 for p r i m e ; ($30 for p r im e m o s a . A lso , 2 5 0 b b ls m e s s fo r - O e t o b o r a t $ ‘A>t 15. B o e f is q u i e t . Salos o f 7 0 h h l s nl. $ 1 2 ® IK for p lain m e s s ; for e x t r a m o ss, lie c f h n u u a r e dull a t $35 00(8)35 5(>. T i e r c e b e e f is d n ll at. $25(8>2H for p r i m e u i c s x ; $30(® 3 1 for In d ia m o s s . Cut m e a t s aro d u l l . H a los of 3 0 tie r c o s a t 1 9 ® 2 0 o for p i c k lo d h a m s . M id d le s a r e q u i e t at lU f S l f i j c f o r lon g c le a r , L a i d i s d u l l a n d lo w e r . S a l e s o f tb d t i e r c c s nt 1 5 ] @ l f i o for s t e a m e d ; llij(® l f i je fo r k e t t l o - ren d o r e d . A l s o , 250 tio r c e s fo r D e o e x n b e r s t 14 } c . B l i t t e r ia d u l l nt 20(® 3 I c fo r w e s ­ te r n ; 2 8 ( 3 '13o f o r S t B t e . O h s o s o is d n l l at 5 » 1 4 j o . O S W E G O , S e p t . 2 8 . F l o u r — l s q u i e t a u d u n c h a n g e d . S a l e s of 1 ,700 b b l s w h ite at 0 6 2 5 ; for N o 1 H p r i n g ; $ 6 75 fo r a m b e r w i n t e r ; $ 7 5 0 for w h i t e ; $ 8 25 fo r d o u b l e e x t r a . G r a i n . — W h e a t i s q u i e t a n d l o w e r . H ales la a t m g h t of 7 , 2 0 0 b u s h w h it e W a b a s h a $ 1 - 5 0 ; 1 5 , 0 0 0 b u s b c h o i c e rod O h i o a t 0 1 3 0 ; to -d a y r e d w i n t e r is h e l d st 0 1 2 6 ; now- N o 1 M ilw a u k e e olu b a t $ l 2 3 — t h e l a t t e r to a r r iv e , (lo r n i s sc a r c e a n d d u l L Halos o f 1 ,0 0 0 b u s h a t 82.jo, a n d t w o gars a t 85c. O a t s a r e n o m ­ in a l. B a r ley i s q u i e t am i d r o o p in g . R y e n o m in a l. C o e n M e a l — $ 2 0 0 for b o l t e d , a n d 0 1 90 fo r u n b o lte d , p e r ew t. M il l F e e d ^ I s u n c h a n g e d . S h o r t s 0 2 0 . H n ip a T u r r s — 0 2 5 @ 2 6 Ji t o n . M id d l i n o s — $ S 0 @ 3 3 T ton . H io b w i n e s — A re a t 8 7 jo. L a i x I MroBTa— 2 5 , 0 0 0 buah w h e a t . G H I G A G O , S e p t .- 2 8 . F l o u b — Is d u l l s n d u n c h a n g e d . G e a i n — Wh e a t la f irm e r . N o 2 s p r i n g at $ 1 0 5 } . Corn i s an d lo w e r at 6 8 4 o fo r N o 2 m ix e d . O a ts a r e q u i e t a n d l o w e r , N o 2 a t 3Gj ® 3 7 o . lty a i s q a i s t a n d firm a t 75o f o r N o 1; 7 4 c - f o r N o 2 . Barley Is d u l l an d d r o o p ­ in g . N o 2 s p r i n g at 01 20. H iq h w in b o — A re e a s i e r at 8 4 o for iron - b o u n d . P a o v r iiO N B — M e s s p o r k is q u i e t a n d w e a k a t $ 2 6 5 0 , lor se ll e r f o r S s p t e m b e T . L i r a H o o s — 0 8 O0<§>8 5 0 fo r c o m m o n to c h o i c e . B x x r C a t t l e — Ar e d n l l a t 0 2 2 5 ® 7 0 0 . Btcxira— 6 .6 0 0 bbla f l o n r : 9 2 , 5 0 0 b u s h w h e a t ; 6 5 ,0 0 0 b u o h c o r n ; 3 7 , 0 0 0 b n s h o a t s ; 4 ,2 0 0 b n s h r y a ; 49,OOJ b u s h o f b a r l e y ; 2 ,5 0 0 h o g s . SniPK E N T S —5 , 5 0 0 b b l s flonr ; 2 6 , 0 0 0 b u s h w h e a t ; 8 5 ,0 0 0 b u a h c o r n ; 1 4 , 0 0 0 b n s h o a t s ; 1 ,400 b u s h r y e ; 1 2 , 0 0 0 b u s h b a r l o y ; 8 ,5 0 0 h o g s . M I L W A U K E E , Hopt. 2 8 . ' F l o u b — Is d u l l. Gxaix — W h e a t il f i r m . N o l a t 0 1 O 7 ; N o 2 o t 0 l - O 5 j . - C o m is d n l l . .R e j e c t e d a t 6fig._ O a t s a r e steady. Barley is H im , R s o x i r a — 4 ,0 0 0 b b l s flour, 1 2 4 ,0 0 0 b u s h w h e a t . B n r a E M T S — 5 , 0 0 0 b b l s f l o u r ; 311,000 b u a h w h e a t . j g A B B O T T L K I I O W S K b trading pnblic to F a l l M i l l i n e r y r e o e i v e d d a i l y at N o . 1 0 A r - a a d e . i2 4 d 4 t I L H u n t i n O t o n . F i n e s t a s s o r t m e n t o f S a s h R i b b o n B i n t h e o i t y , a t 1 L H u k t i n o t o n ' b __________ * 2 4 d « t A n s w l i n e o f F r e n o h e n d I t a l i a n V t l E d g e s t ( o i a d l m j O a m m e l l -A F a o w e l l s . - - S p l e n d i d a s s o r t m e n t o f I r i s h P o p l i n s a t s e p l 9 d w 2 w H o f t w a x A W kx m bbbo ' s . N e w S t o c k o f F a l l a n d W i n t e r S h a w l s a t ie p l 9 d w 2 w H o f f m a n A ’W h m b e b o ' s , T h e b e s t a s s o r t m e n t o f k i d g l o v e s in t h i s c i t y a t H o f f m a n & 'Vt’iin b i b o ' * . s e p l 9 d w 2 w B e , s u r a e n d e a l l fo r t b e H a v e n B r a n d B l a o k A) p a c t * . A l l t h e d i f f e r e n t q u a l i t i e s f o r i a l * a t H b b b i c i A A r a n a ', U f h o l s t x m n o . — H a v i n g j u t p r o c u r e d fir s t c I s m w o r k m a n fr o m th * c i t y , w e s r e n o w r e e d y to d o e v e r y t h i n g m t h e u p h o l s t e r y l i n e ia t h e b e s t a n d m o s t d u r a b l e s t y l e * . R e p a i r i n g n e a t l y a n d p r o m p t l y d o n e , a t N o . 18 P u b ­ lic S q u a r e . R o u n d * A A m a d o u . d 2 m 3 t a w V L x t t i * n o * H o n . J. M u l l i n , Judge ofthe Supreme Court: W AT ixxoW jr.'K a rek y, j n o , •sJPfl* hM M . .V— W - | ^ £« e t > t e 1 a l e t t e s h e m - t t a S o t , to Dr. >lne#*’iMUxti ( __ t l f s l t f crta c d f e w T lh kirn la ,7rtiiSSSif8 5 B » g i!gl8 L y Wi*h (o call a t t< ii tion of th^ tbolr STOCK OF COAL AND WOOD STOVES, for fttll U d d c .- W ejiruUotter prepared to-satiBly oo r custom e r s tn rotjnrd to ' F B I O B S & QIX&X.ITTT of 0<;<i Is thai ever before. We call your Particular Attention lo tw o elovoa ihat w e r c a w a r d e d T h e F i r s t P r i z e O V K ll ALL o T I lliK STOVES, A T T H E L A T E J E F F . C O U N T Y F A E R , F irst or which is the Im p r o v e d , H o t B l a s t , A M E R I C A N C O O K S T O V E F o r 1 8 7 0 . ~7Y* J l Ten reasonsfrvhy i t istho Best Stove in Fha - world: la t —T h e plaice arc thicker and heavier, sm o o th ­ e r aad b e tter (Uted. 2d—It h a s the largcat flues and therefore the m o l t per!oct d r a f t 3d—lt has the largCBt oven and l i tho m o st nex& ct b a s e r . - 4th—It h a s the IM P R O VED HOT B L A S T D R A F T a n d t l, therefore, tha m o s t errenoslcat. . - V 5th—It H a s T U B AUGM E N T ING R O T . A I R - CH E 8 T . t h e greatest invention o f th e day. NO O T O B R BTOVM Q A 8 IT. 6th—It baa the BIFTING A 8 H GRATC, w ith o u t w h ich n o stove i i com p lete 7 t h - I t h a s U o CA S T IR O N , BNAM KLXD W A ­ T E R T A N K , th e m o s t effectual i n uae, w ill boil w a ter In th irty m inu tes. ‘ keep fire perpetually, a n d hake kw g srA ’ .y i 6 U - I I w in ke w i t h on e flro. nth—It w i l l keep a w ood flre U to M hours o n t attention . moM boanttlul In pattern, p r o p o r % PBJCESj t o salt th o s o w h o m a y give o a a call, Lowor d l M BtoTcsitLOW FlQtmkd. Tho n e x t V i n t P n a e Store i s tho Improved, Hot Blast. Oriental, w tth tho Syphon F lu e , D o a b le B a te, t n d \ N e w Y o r k , 8 o p t , 2 9 t h — 12 m — G o ld o p e n e d a t 1 1 3 ] , n o w a b o u t 1 1 3 ] , nob str o n g n s a t d o e a la a t n i g h t . G o v e r n m e n t s vo r y q u i o t a t a b o u t t h e sa m e p r ioe s s at d o s e la s t n i g h t . S t o o k s v e r y d n l l , W e s t e r n U n i o n T e l e g r a p h a b o n t j b e t t e r ; B e a d i n g a b o u t j b e t t e r ; S c r ip a b o u t ] l o w e r t h a n a t c lo n e t u t n i g h t . S t a t e s e c u r i t i e s a b o n t lh o s a m e a s a t c lo s e lo s l n i g h t _____ U8.6’s. . 81 roc. d o eonp. U.H .M O 'SJ r»c. do coup. 114 114 UJ.Ua ffJUoosp, 'HU'S u.&s'ssso'w old ms< TEE MARKETS. 29. New T*vk ■arkss* NEW YOBK, OOTTON-frKim, I6J middhsg q -FLiOUR—Satbea-xnoir steady. Reoeipts, 8,000 barrels. 8si*s 9,000, 4 85 •5 00 forSfqiorflne Stats and'Western; com­ mon to choice Extra State 6 36#5 65 com­ mon to choice extra Weetern 5 90#5 common to choice round hoop Ohio 6 30® 6-65. __ ____ BYE FLOUR—Quiet. Sals* 200 barrels at 4 1 0 ® 5 70. WHEAT—Nsw a shad* firmer, old daH and heavy. Reoeipts 51,000. Salee 61,000; st 1 08® 1 15 for Old No. 2 Spring, 1 28 far No. Spring, 1 2B«1 84 for Winter, Red sod Am­ ber Western. CORN—Better, more active. Receipts 38,000, Sales 69,000. st 85087 (or New Mixed Western. OATS—Bettor. Receipt* 30,000. S*1m 46,000. 51*53 for Western; 53#5fi f o r Ohio snd Stats. PORK—Quiet Bales 100 barrels. 24 23 forMsss. BEEF—Quiet OUT MEATS—DulL .. I f c * Steam BUI CHEESE—5®14}. EGGS—27928. COAL—4 80*4 78. LEATHER—Fair request. ButSo* Ayree and Rio Grande light to heavy 28081^; Cali­ fornia, lihgt to heavy __ WOOL—Dnll. Doasatio fieeos 85051; Unwished 41, Pulled25940. ......... NEW YORK, Sept. 34—6 p. ii. Asns—Pots sre unohsstMd a40l5O97OO. 'earls ar* nominal 099*-W- 3 Oorrow—I* heavy. 8*U* of 2,689 bate * t lg]o fot middling npliMds, -■ '—v Wnsxx—Ii haavy. Salsacd $80 bbls a* 8 8 o . •h^lng^' 0'iY(^1.35 Coi re4ad I do Nswlisce. .. llOti O.AUa S-t0 W) sow 140)4 0 KUaSJOeonp. UllOJi 10-40 Befflstwea.... 10SM to-40 coopoBi ............... m p CunocyBlxes Hlj Mariposa 6. so pref 11 COatloa *«■ Cuter! lad 81 WatLsrn Onlo* Tel. Mi£ nlck-allvsr 6 radleMii] 4SV BosMaVratorPssrti 15 ta a a SxprsH ....... M WtOt-A TkifO Ex. 88 . tn. Un. Kxksss— 41 r. I , M x p r s H .. . . . . . . S7 7.10. A H.RJ8. MX J. T. CsnUtU scxlp 87X Itris ................................. M g iris, pref. ............ 45 Ifsiism 1 N| 40 pelt 154 « * 1 S - U l ] f iRwdlng ................ <n% 1 Rich. (Sre tral.... 199 L. 8. 4 M. Soataern fln nilaoli Central I8SV Oiere. 4k F lttibarjc 197 Chicago an d N . w . .. 81V do and N . w , r m l d i m Ool. C ladn N e w Jersy Central 100, R eck b la n d 111 jilU. A B L Fanl MV do pnf M m Tol. Wa. W m U i b U V do pref. 78 Fort W a y s * --------- 64 Alton A Terrs R iate 93 d o p n f BHV Ohtcafo A Alton 111 ji d o pnf 118 jOhloAMlas. . . MV f i M t o t n u t r d IbdS 4)4 Ool. Chi. *. Ind. O n . 17 Cllcaro B A Qllncy 1(0 0 ml F a e U e b c M * to U alo* Podffo hoods 81V Twin. Us *x socp... M do new .......... (OV Virginias ex. coop . II DOt’IMW .......... » nimoBri sixes ....... 90V MORNIBN IMARK.KTN. L o u d o n , 11:80 o. m., Sspt. 2 9 .— Goniols money 91{; AooountsUlj. American securit­ ies steady. Bonds ’62, 90j ; ’65, old, 89} ; 67,88}; 10-49*8,85. Stocks dull ; Erie 17} ; I1L, 118; Great Western 26}. Wat*rt*ww Retail Price* C*ir**i. gX T T I M lE n 27. FLOUR, V ltexnl.. .................. 06 00® 9 00 MEAL, 4 hundred lb*. ....... 2 00® 2 25 WHEAT, F baahd, epring. 115® 1 25 “ “ .Winter ....... 1 35® 160 BY*,»bM*w*.. ........ — 65® 0 90 OQRN, 78 bushel, ......... 85®90 BARLEY, F buiheL:;.:.... ........ « 0 75 OATS, 0 bushel .............. 85® 60 BU0EWHEtT;?bushM.uu;:..: — BEANS, f baud ...» .......... 180® 2 Off PEAS, Vbushel ® 260- P0TAT0E8, R bushel .............. 75® 100 EGOS, Fdox- ......................... ® 25 BUTTEB, » tb ........................ ® 40 -------- » lb... ........................ 16® 18 20® tho moat wonderful stove, vror lnvaoted fo r 'lh is'* etaon; Yen Bet atil tm Heataxsli* b*M witheat the *_** of a Bwspsr. y*« ce* rnM lrtM lUsg«ii.«iM ,m wilL wARRAnrxtlrxLi. 1 A u o thsr F r i t Prizo war a w o r io d tb * O slslim )* HENDERSON l ^ f A C I v otm all olhora, and ts pronOoneed to be th* Best Goal F u r n a c e inD^e; Over thtrtv-tvo brute I s o ld s c jty.- -BNmsm*!^'' QI0. 8MITR, - - — R a y . J . J F . D A Y A N , H . B . X 0 8 H X R . JOHN Ia. UOTCHKIN, B. B. 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