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THE DAILY EVENING TEMGIUPII.--PIIILADELPHIA, MONDAY, SEFTEMBEIt 3, 1866.
TIIE LOYALISTS CONTENTION.
tntinufd from the Firtt JPage.J
Aloag tke Route of th rrocesslou.
It is a positive fact that when the grand and
affnlAcei!t turnout which we have detailed
above appeared upon our streets this morning,
or cltkens, though eager and anxious lor a
iepiav ot any magnitude, were taten emiruiy
by surprise. It was certainly one of the most
nuwMtiii affairs of the kind that has transpired
laoor city within the memory of the present
generation. Tbe Wigwam, and all the fu6s and
fury which it excited, paled before it.
ihe procession was just halt an hour In pass
ing a given point, although it moved with more
rapidity than Is usual on such occasions. The
enthusiasm displayed along the entire roule was
certainly encouraging to the brave and fire-tried
men who composed the most Interesting part
of the procession. We can give no better de
scription than by saying that there waa one
continued shout of applause from the time that
the Southern delegates filed out of In
dependence Square until they arrived
in front of the Union League House. The
greatest tumult was that which erected (Jor
rnor Brownlow, of Tennessee. Too feeble to
want, he was seated in a carriage with the
lionorahle A. J. Fletcher, his Secretary of
State, and other gentlemen. Generals Geary,
.Butler, and Burnsiae, who were in their proper
positions on foot, were also greeted at each
.step with hearty cheers.
Such an occasion would be defective without
' .wmffthlni? to uive it a ridiculous turn now and
then. This was kindly provided by a large
delegation from New Jersey, which, for some
unaccountable reason, was some titteeu minutes
behind the rest of the procession. They carried
several mottoes of a commonplace character,
' nnd ere which raised a shout of lauebter as it
ased along the line. It was as follows:
"IS THERE ANY
And thus the great procession ended.
' Craad Reception at the Union League
The hospitalities of the Union Lague, ten
dered this morning to the noble Loyalists of the
Mouth, have been hearty and nubounded. The
"latch string" has hung outside the door, ready
to the hand of all loyal comers.
Through the sittings of the Wigwam Conven
tion, Che door was closed to those who had
gathered to organize a party to overawe the
noble adherents of the Union in the South to
those who seek to reinaugurate a reign of
terror, like that of the sesession times, when an
unflinching Unionist had no protection from
the strons arm of the law for life or limb.
When President Johnson rode past the League
House, a week since, thouiih the windows and
portico were thronged by members curious to
look upon him, yet not a cheer of weli'omo whs
given. But the "seal of silence" was loosened
from the lips of the League when the hour
arrived to greet the brave men who have "stood
in the breach."
The League, that gave nine regiments to put
down the hosts of treason, can welcome and
love those who within the Rebel lines never
faltered in their allegiance to their country.
Thus at an early hour yesterday morning, the
League House was alive with the gathering
members, marshalling to escort the delegates to
The noble chateau had put on its sra a dress of
toy. Prom every window streamed out the ban
'fujpfRed, White, and Blue, the lofty Hatrstair"
Avfun out to the breeze a monster Star and
Stripes, while trom the roof to the top of the
lofty standard waved white streamers bearing
the names of all the States of tbe Union.
In front of the porch sprang an arch of gas
light in stars, while festooned flags drooped in
rich folds around. The whole scone was ani
mated, picturesque, and enthusiastic.
Punctual to tl me, at 10 o'clock the members
oi the League, with their silver badges, hune by
gay streamers to their breasts, wets formed in
ranks ot four, and led by the Committee of
Seventy-eix, escorted by a tine brass bdiid. Bled
down Broad street to Chesuut, on their way to
Quiet then reigned supreme about the neigh
borhood, under the efliclent arrangements of
the police guard, who kept Broad street clear of
the crowd. At fifteen minutes of 12 o'clock the
head of the escorting procession arrived at
Broad and Wiilnut streets, aud the main line
filed in front of the League House.
When the barouche containing Governor
Brownlow, of Tennessee, t ame in hiaht. hearty
cheers greeted him. aud the unlalterin? patriot
tobc to his feel, responding to the greeting with
Three loud cheers were given for "Governor
C'nrtin, the Soldiers' Friend," and his Excel
lency Irom the portico bowed his thanks. Fred.
Douelas, arm in arm with Theodore Tilton, of
the New York Independent, came up the steps.
The various delegates to the Loyalists' Con
vention were massed in front of the Leagjc
House, and whole-souled cheers were succes
sively given by them for the Union League.
Upon the portico were gathered Governor
Curun, Governor Hamilton, of Texas, Charles
Gibbons,' Ksq., and Samuel B. Thomas.
When the delegates were all gathered, and
silence reigned throughout the vast assemblage,
Charles Gibbons. Esq., on behalt of the Union
League, eloquently spoke the following warm
address of welcome, and was often compelled to
pause in his words to allow the enthusiastic
cheers to subside.
Speech of Charlea CSIbbona, E.
Men of the South 1 The mt'mbers ! the Onion
Iaue ot rniladelphia greet you as fi'llow-loyailbU
and citizens ot tbe United States, (Cheers.) on
their behall and by their authority I welcome von
here to-day as friends and bmthren. (Cheers.)
There is no stain ot loyal blood on your hands!
Your tools are lree from the guilt of treason against
oar common country. (Loud cheer.) Wo know
something, perhaps but little, ot tbe sucnuoei you
have mada,of the persecution you have endured, of the
heavy attlicUona yoa have been through all the dreary
years of Ui&Bcbeilion for your fidelity to the Con
stitution, and your devotion to the American Union.
Many of your homes have licen desolated, vour
pleasant places laid waste, and your wives aud help
legs children driven Into exile, with breaking hearU,
in peuurv and anguish, by the iieudisu hate at'
tauter, who .sought to inako your loyalty a criiuR,
anil to tear tho United State trom the map of na
itonsl 1 (trough all this persecution, unparalleled
. in the history of modern times, "in perils by your
own countrymen, in perils among false brethren,
in weariness aud paintulness, in watchtnas olton,
In hunger and thuat, iu laxtings often, in cold and
nakedness," you have held fast our integrity, as
Abe world know itno as God knows. (Great cheers )
With unshaken-faith in ths ultimate triumph of
sood.orer evil, you have watched turoueh the long
night of ) our rorrow tor the coming of that better
day, when tbe nag of your country would be vour
sure protection in the enjoyment ot vour civil rights,
wdm treason should be inado kutamous (cheer);
when traitors Should be ptiiiisticd (cheers), and ike
rod f political power which was smiting you,
xhoold be pluo d iu your own bauds. (Prolonged
Brothers! during all these year ot vour separa
tion fiom us, we too have beeu in sorrow I Our
boinesin the Nortn have been filled with lamenta
tion fur the lathers aud tne sons s am in buttle or
marred to death by thousands in tlio prisou.peus of
Yiryiaia and Georgia. The bodios of three hundred
thousand Northern men, loval and faiclilul In their
lives, victims of treason, slavery, and rebellion, no y
till i hat hernd gap that divided the loyalty of tho
ftorth 'rota tho loya.ty of the South!
Wtille the war was raging around your homes,
although, ocr svmpathv was IfcteuHlliod bv our own
aorrows. It could nut wepress ivulf in words, but it
aash'd from a million Aorthera bayonets, and was
pronounced bv the mouths of Northern cannon,
.and tiius it spoke in deeus 1 ( Glut.-r. )
Karetly aurring ouruuu to 1 heir very depths,
It will live loreor in saered association with our own
-ifeeroic dead I (Cheers. )
These "Boys In Blue," sons of he North, who
""rallied sound A le tlag," and advav.ood it, through
Am and blood, till its power was supreme through
out the land I (Onoers) these J Bovs in Blue," part
d your escort to-iay, and tiwir coruradue every,
wfrva, have written it on the tablet ot their hearts,
never to be effaced, that treason is infamous I
(Caters.) For If it U not, what iionor have they
more tuan t'a tore r , ,
It i o written in every family Bible that contains
rreoyd ol tne death of wiiion aouiier or Union
reiuee Cheers It is inoribed on every hearth
aioueof the North, where t: Utile onhan child
vainly awaits tie return oi ln. falb.r trow tbe wax.
These Philadelphia firemen, rVsu-lessi and ready
men In every danger, tender rd corrnberere men
in theli care of the wouad.ed solniers ad their
beiplest children (cheers); these mechanics and
badness,' men, and lai g mon, every one of
whom would scorn to er tbe bread of oflieial patron,
are at the price ot manhood (cheers;) taese
trusty citizens of otb M fcutes who aune with ns la
oar welcome to-dav,, mjl mMt you and greet yoa
with that sentiment, tuat glows in their loyal hearts,
and binds ns ail toother by a chain ot sympathy
that no adviriy can break "Ikkaboh is Iaj.
mousi" (Pri)eirged cheers.,
But .our i.rtnitny would not be fall or cordial if
It baited (rere. It rots much further, tt is the
boncsi ivaitiment of the Nortn, held aud nttored in
tbe interastsof Union, of ptaoe, and ol Christianity,
that wt.en the Booth returns to hor duty, she must
come "niney robes, with new covenants tor liberty,
equaVity, and Justice, led by her own loyal Unionists
who tire lree lrom the guilt ol treason. (Enthasiaxtie
ar.d prolonged cheers )
For what hope have we in the future, or what
security have yoa it unpunished and inpeniteut
trai'ors shall be reinstated in power by the arbitrary
and besotted will ol on mau, under a Constitution
vhicb ihey have deliberate, y forsworn, r he answer
is already wriiten in the blood of the murdered
loyalists of tem Orleans, ("that's true," 'That's
to," and cheers.)
Men ot the South, you are here on a liitrh and
solemn mission, baying for Its object the ro -establishment
ot the American Union ou the broad and
tme foundations ol equal and exact Justice to all
mon. Cheers., It oaa stand upon none other.
We have no right to presume that the Great Ruler
of tbe universe has permitted us to prevail over our
enemies only to renew in other forms the Oppression
which in, His Providence tiaa been overthrown.
We cannot be so unmindful of all the lessons of
the pastas to be led by vagrant politicians into an-
oiner compromise wnn crime, instead ot luting up
trom degradation those who have been its victims.
Cheers. ) Welcome, iben, loyal brethren of tbe
rjouth, on your noble mission to the city of 1'hi.a-
delpnia. (Cheers.) lloro whero the toundera of
Pennsylvania inaugurated hl "holy experiment" of
a uovernmcnt based on tne equality ol man:
here, where a century later, the Representatives of
the thirteen colonies unanimously declared it as a
soll-evioent truth that ' all men are created equal ;"
here, where the Constitution was formed and the
lirion consummated; here, whero the Government
was administered justly and in its purity by that
illustrious man wnose
"Name alone s'rikes every living dead;"
here, In Philadelphia, you are welcome, thrice wel
An outbreak of enthusiastic cheers of welcome
here resounded agum and again from the loyal
In reply. Governor Hamilton, of Texas, after
the loud cneers that greeted mm una ceased,
matte tne ioiiowiiir rcsiionsu:
Reply of Governor Hamilton.
A9 the Governor attempted to speak a voice
cned out, "Three cbeers tor the great radical
ot tiie South, Hamilton, " which were given with
a will. The Governor said :
SpiccH of Governor Hamilton.
Sir, in behalt of the assembly ot Loyalists of the
South, it, become my pleasing duy to acknowledge
aiid respond to the welcome that yoa have just pro
tiouucf d in behalt of tbe Union League, and oi hor
association of tbe city of Philadelphia, a duty ttiat
w ould be unmixed with pleasure wote it not that I
cannot but remember the coit of our assombly.
I thank you, sir, in the name oi the loyalist of
the South, lor tbe manner iu which you have char
acterized this devotion to tbe Union. It Is but just;
Heel it in my heart. (Cbeers.) Spare me. foiiow
citizens, the recital ol (he scenes through whicl we
huve passed. Let me at once direct myself to the
present occasion the cause of our assemb ing.
We had well hoped that after the triumph of the
armies of the bovernment of tho United States la
tbe suppression ol rebellion against the authority of
the Government that those ol ua who had sull'oroi
so long and so patieutiy would have some indemnity
lor the past. 11 not that, at least security for the
We had fondly hoped that we would be permitted
to return peaceably to our old habitations, to reniw
our associations with lrieods lrom wnom we had
been so long parted ; that we oould once more em
biaee our wives and children,' trom whom mauvot
us had been long separated ; that after the glorious
issue of tbe war of the Kebei lion, no ene would be
longer permitted to molest or make us afraid. But
these botes proved delusive.
I be experience ot twelve months has tauzht us in
tittorness oi heart that what we coneidercd a con
test of principle as well as of arms has but resulted
in a measure of physical strength botween tho North
and the South, and that to-day the spirit that
animated the Kobel Ion, and called it to
the contest of arms with the only
pure ropublio under heaven, is as rampant to-day as
the day when it first attacked tbe Government ot
our land. The prosecution of all who gave adhe
sion to the Government in tho Houth and perilled
life and property, is as rampant, as incorrigib'e, as
dependant, as destructlonnry, vindictive, and cruol
as it was at any period during the BoboMon
Sec:Dg this, feeling it. realizing that so far as being
remitted back to the peaceiul homes, that we were
but temitted back to tbe control of the same element
that cought our destruction.
A few of us iu that condition from the South had
happened to be up at the National Capital, casting
about what we should do, characterized by a desire
lor the preservation of tho Government. We
deemed the time propitionB to call upon the Union
ists oi the South te send delegates to meet and con
sult together as to the eonditiou ot ourselves and of
our common people.
We believed wo sa v not only danger to ourselves,
hut a cloud, thouvh not bigger than tbe nand ot
man, on the verge ot the horizon, which might ulti
mately overspread the entire horizon,
we determined to make the call. The question re
curred, where will we meotf We knew well there
was no congenial spot of soil in all the South.
Continued in our next edition. J
Mr. Hamlin Defines hi Position.
Boston, September 3. The Hon. Hannibal
Hamlin, Collector of the Port of Boston, ten
dered his resignation, in a letter to the Presi
dent, dated August 28. In his letter he says:
'I do not fall to observe the movements and
effort 3 which l,have been made to organize a
party in the country, consisting almost exclu
sively of those pngaged In the late Rebellion
and their allies, who sought by other means to
cripple and embarrass the Government. These
classes of pe rsons, with a email faction ol others,
constitute the organization. It proposes to de
feat and overthrow the Union Bepubltcan party,
nnd to restore to power, without sufficient
guarantees for the future, und protection to men
who have been loyal, those who sought to de
stroy the Government. I gave all the influence
I possessed to create and uphold the Union
Republican pprty during the war, without the
aid ot which our Government would have been
destroyed, and ihe Rebellion a success. With
such a purty as has been originated, and forsuch
purpoies, I have no sympathy, nor can I ac
quiesce In its measures by my silence. I there
fore tender to you my resitnuition of the office
of Collector of Customs lor tbe District of Bo
ton and Cliailest-owu, to take effect trom tbe
tKue when a succe-sor shall be appointed and
Another Defalcation of a Dank Officer.
THE TELLKR OF THE GREENFIELD. MASS.. HANK
X BI.ZZ1.K8 $U7,U(.0, WHICH UU DSKS FOB O0LU
Vow the bpringfitld liepuhltcan, Sept. 1.
A heavy deification, amounting to not less than
27 000, from the iuiidol the First National Bulc
at GreenuVJd, has lutoly been disovored. I he money
was ab&traeied at various periods lor some time p-t,
tv I c. lenney, the Teller ot the bunk, and was
spent in soecalatkins In gold.
1 he (uuds embezzled were all from spoclal depo
sits ot bonds and other readiiy available paper, and
while the bank itself loses a verv small amouut, the
depositors ate beavy sufl'orcw one ot them to tho
extent of aouco. Suspicion was arued in the mat
tor several days sir.ee, and on Monday lenney was
arrested and lodged in fail. At his examination
before the police court, ou Wednesday, he pleaded
not guilty, and is no awaiting release on bill,
which will probably be effected before long.
Young Tenney is a native of Orange, and has
for several years been employed in the bank, and
bus sustained the highest reputation tar business
ability and intecrlty ot character. He has beeu a
protege of ltepresentarlve Washburn aud an Inmate
oi his lanniy, and so stroug was Mr. Washburn's
paternal lour- t iu th young maatuat hewas a Hoc ted
to tears on narmg ot his great crime, ilia im
prisouient is alleviated by numerous visits from
sympathizing lrieods, and the public feeling in the
town seuniB entirely kind and ckailts hie. u
FROM WASHINGTON THIS P. 31.
BrSCIAL I)E8f ATCHKS TO TH EVENDIO TEI.RORAH.
Washington, September 3.
f Curious Sound Heard In Maryland.
At Bladensburg Laurel Factory, and other
points in Wary hind between Washington and
Baltimore, tho people were aroused thla morn
ing, about five o'clock, by a rumbling sound and
trembling of the earthsupposed to be an earth
quake. It was BtifHclently violent to cause the
people to leave their houses In teiror.
Military Post In Arkansas.
Orders have been given for the establishment
of a military post on one of the tributaries of the
Arkansas river, to be known as Fort Stevens.
The troops which are to proceed without delay
to build tbe post are Company G, 3d United
States Cavalry, and Companies F and II, of the
64th United States Colored Troops, under com
mand of Brevet Colonel A. J. Alexander.
The Weather In Washington.
The weather is very hot here, and the city
fearfully dull, in the absence of.Prcsident, Cabi
net, and Congress
San Francisco, August 31. The expedition
in aid of the Liberal cause in Mexico, under
the command of Colonel Lewis Lee, late com
mandant of Fort Hudson, Arizona, Major
Richardson, and others, will sail for San Diego
The United States steamer Saranac sailed for
Tho United States Circuit Court has granted
an appeal in behalt of the city in the Pucbla
Major-Gencral McDowell, escorted by United
States troops, Btarted yesterday on a tour of in
spection jto the White Mountains, to ascertain
the mineral resources of that region of the
country, which is little known.
The ship Midniyht arrived to-day.
CMlning shares are flat. Yellow Jacket, $127;
Chollnr Potosi, $12b;JBclchor, $115.
Legal-tenders, 704; United States Seven-thirties,
FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY.
The Political Feeling In llaltlmorc
Delegates to the Ioyal Convention, Htc.
SPECIAL DESPATCH TO EVENING TELEGRAPH.
Baltimore, September 3. Large numbers of
tbe moxt influential Union men of Maryland
have gone and are going to the Philadelphia
Xational Convention, and much enthusiasm is
Conservatives here, as a general thing, are
growing dissatisfied with President Johnson's
course as be progresses, and ralher dislike
many portions of his speeches.
latest Markets by Telegraph.
New York. September 3. Cotton dull at 33m'35c.
Flour is dull: h, fenor grades BtolOo. lower: eaies of
6000 bbls S ate, 6 '22ffil0-26; Ohio, 8 !(d12; West-
era, fto'lOiai) 5U; southern heavy, sates oi uu odis. at
99 75(15 60. Wheat dull and doo med l(tf2o. Corn
declining; naies at rJnooo. neei Bieiuiy. rone
dull. Lard dull at 18). 2040 Whisky dull
New York. Sod timber 8 Stocks steady. Chicago
und Kock Is1 and, 100): Cumberland profotrod. 66; :
Michigan prdrerred, 83; ; New York central,
Heading, IT2J ; llud-oi Kiver, 119; Missouri 6s, 7';
Virginia Cs, 72 j Western Union lelograih Com
pany, 07J; Coupons 18C2. 111?; 1864, 109J: 18C5,
lijj); lreaHury 7 3js, 1st series, 10711 ; 2d series, 106.
Court of Quarter Senxlous Judge Ludlow.
'Ibis Court met this morning but a short timo, and
transacted but littlo business
At tbe calling of the bills John Head pleaded
guilty to a charge of assault and battery upon
Patrick and Mary Gorman; and James Johnson
pleaded gu ltyto a charge of assault and battery
upon William Cunningten.
In consequence oi the noise and excitement
around the Court and in Independence Square,
caused by the assembling ot tho delegates to the
Convention, the Court adjourned till Vedneday.
i iiltnl States District Court-Judge Cad-
walader The United States vs. William fiobinson.
The delendant in tnts eae was last weunesuay con
virtpd of a cliarse of nassing. attempting to pass.
and having in his possession oounterieit fractional
currency fiftv-cent notes.
a motion for a new trial having been made and
granted, he was aain on trial to-day on tne same
cbargo. Ihe evidence was the same as that sub
nitt, rt mi WertnenrtaT last, which wa, that on a
certain day Detec'ives Kay and Hutchinson met de
lendant at the Bull's Head tavern, on Market street,
bv previous agreement, and purchased trom him a
number or ouunterleit notes, for which they paid
lull i.ricp. In aand money. For ihe defence, the
credibility ot the witnesses for the United States was
attacked, un tnai.
FINANCE AND C0MMEUCE.
Office of the Evening Telegraph, I
Monday, September 3, 1866. f
The Stock Market opened very dull this morning
and prices were unsettled and drooping. In Gov
ernment bonds there was very littte doing; old 6 -20s
roldatll2f, a decline of J; 7 80s at 108107; and
10-408 at 99, coupons off; 112 was bid tor 6s of 1881 ;
and 110 tor new 6-20s. State and City loans were
firmly held; Pennsylvania 6s sold at 95; and new
Bailroad shares were the most active on the lift.
Reading sold at 66), a slight deoline; Philadelphia
andEiie at 8&&38.1, closing at the former rate, a
decline of 4; Catawissa preferred at 81!if 34J, an ad
vacee of ; Pennsylvania Railroad at 671, a slight
decline; and Camden and Amboy at 130, a do-
City I a9seager llailroad shares were in better de
mand, dormant own sold at 28, an advance of 8;
Second and Thitd at 88; Tenth and Eleventh at
63, an advance of 1; and Hejtonviile at 181. 00
change; 10 was bid for Fifth and bixth; and 21 for
Thirteenth and Fifteenth.
Bank shares were firmly ho d at full prices, but we
hoar ot no tales. 90 was bid for Seventh National ;
130 for Faamers and Mechanics'; 97 for Northern
JJbertios; 82 for Mechanics'; 90 tor Western;
for Manufacturers' and Mechanics'; 100 lor Trades
men's; 00 for City; 41 lor Consolidation; &4 fo
Commonwealth; and 66 tor Corn Exchange.
InCamtl shares theie was very little movement.
Lehigh Navigation sold at 60, no change; and Dela
ware Division at 66J, no change. 28 was bid tor
ScbuWklll Navigation common; 86 for preferred
do., aud 118 for Morris Canal preferred.
Quotations .-)f Gold. 10J A. II., 145; 11 a. M 144! ;
12M,144j; Kv. M.,116.
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE 8 ALES TO DAi
Reported by Do tteven fc bra, No. 40 8. Third street
(500 UH o-2062oo i112 J 100 sn fata pt . . . . b30 84 1
ailim , H IllUlta nni ID 1)9
viv en rto 2d H4
.100 sh do b80 84
100 lih do btiO 84
2 100 11 8 7.30t Jul riMi
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VAtw x m no. .,,. " .
21 sh lb Nav.. lota i
18 tb do 2d tK)
100 so Reading... b00 66 1
800 sh do....sU0.. 66i
100 sit German fas R 28
100 .b do C30 28
, 60 h Part lots f7J
6011 CJmw Val. U.. 24
OJ IU u oa.. ..... tt
60 sn 10th & 11th... C8
200 lb Hest'y. ...lots IHj
100 ah I'll ft . 08 f
100 ah do U 3Uf
--Mesfrs. DeHavr a Brother, No. 40 South
Third stiect, roa'o the lollowinpt qnotations of
ihe rates of exchange to-day at 1 P. M. :
, . . . tfuysng BeVtno.
aiiioi rvu UOU'.
American Bll-r, and is.'....'
Compound jitoreet Note" :
" " June,
, Augnst, 1864..
" " Dm., 18fi4....
' " May, 1HH6....
" Aagnst. 18n6....
' " Sept., 1866.... 7i
" October. lBfib.... 7
Philadelphia Trade Report.
MoKDir. Scptemour I The majority ol themerchan's
were to-day m attendance at the reception ol the Union
Delegate! at the "Katlonai Convention." and there was
but a silm attendance a; the Cora Exchange.
Ths movements In the Floor Market were of an ox
tremely limited cbaraottr, but prices remained without
essential change. The only sales reported we.e a few
hundred barrels for the supply ol the bone consumers
at 91 W9 tor superfine; 9ll torjold and new extras
11012 40 for Northweitern extra family, the latter for
very ebolcei tll-28013 for old and fresh ground new
Wheat, Pennsylvania and Ohio. do. do. ; anH14M)18 (or
fancy brands, according to quail -jr. Kye Fiourisdall.
and cannot he quoted over as 75 W barrel. Pr.cesof
iorn aieai are nominal
i he Wheat Market was dull and thenirlyaales reported
were In small lota at J-1fU'8. lor PennHvlvanla and
eou'hern na. White may be quoted at i ftW3. Rye
Is Held at SI 15 lor Pennsylvania. In t'orn no change to
notice, t-resll sales ol mellow at Mo, and Western
mlifd at0(ji91c. Oats were Bcarneaad wan ed. Bal'S
of KMMHbushnis old and now 8ot 'em at iSc.
Whisky la nnchanxed Nmail sales of Pennsylvania
at $ 8, and Ohio at 2 40.
Thk Cape Mat Railroad Company.
We notice with pleasure that tne arrangements of
tnis roan win oe una'torod until further notice. This
is one of the most admirably managed roads leading
trom our citv. Its accommodations aie first-class,
and will afford to our cibzons, durlnv the continu
ance ot tbe hot weather, splendid chances for a run
to the favorite watonng place.
CLAYTON. On the 2d instant. JOHN POWELL.
son oi 1 homas J. and haruh J Clayton
I ne re atlvea and menus of the family are Invited to
attend the tuneral. from the residence of his d rents.
Tliurlow Htatlon, Chester townchiD. Delaware conn v!
on weanesuay morning next at 11 o clock. Cars leave
Broad and Prime streets at I) o'clock. 5
SMITH. On Monday. Reptembcr 3, at Xonlstown,
Pa., of tVDhid fever. A. THO 4A.S .SMITH. Kso.. lata
NavalJudge Advocate, atied M years.
Remains to be taken to Washington, D. C., for ln'er
AT A MEETING OP THE UNION
National Delevatea enmnoslns the Hnvpnth
Legislative District held on the 1st Inn , WILLI M A.
S I rA I.MAN, i ta . wn nnanlmouslv nominated as the
candidate to rep esentsald distrlot, for Kugar A. Cowan
or uuimu piaieB reuaior. a -
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1886.
FRENCH PATTERN BONNETS,
FALL STOCK OF STRAW GOODS,
93 FLOWERS, RTC.
WOOD & CAEY,
No. 725 CIIESNUT Htroot.
jp I R 9 T - CLASS RBAING.-
FELIX HOLT, THE RADICAL rc.
THE HIDDEN SIN. A Superb Novel B0o-
INSIDK. A Chronicle of Secession tl-00
THE HOUSE BY THK CHURCH TAED 125
HOW I MANAGED MY 8EKVAST8 40c.
STATION EH Y. All kinds lor business and polite cor
respondence. FERROTYPE AND I'HOTOOKAPH ALBUMS, best
assortment, at lowest prices, In the dry.
PHOTOGRAPHS and STEEL EKOBAVIXG3 of all the
Prominent Men ot the Times.
FRAMES. All kinds on hand and made to order at
G. W. PITCHER,
9 3 6t No. 88 C'HPBNUT Street.
M M ONI ATE D PIIOSriIATE,
A Concentrated Fertilizer.
This nrepaiation contains Pure Ground Bone, and the
best Fertilizing Salts known to agricultural chemistry,
combined In such a manner as to develop their produc
tive properties only when used on the soil. Price we
per ton. For sale at the manuiacturera' depots,
No. 721 MARKET Street, Philadelphia,
No 8 BURLING SLIP.New York.
WILLIAM ELLIS & CO.,
J3 A U 0 IP S 11 A AV BONE
STIPE R-PIIOSPHATE OF LIME.
Tbe great Fertiliser lor all crops. Qulcaln its action
and permanent in Its ellects. Established over twelve
' Dea'lers supplied by the cargo, direct from the wbart
ot i be uiauutuctory, on liberal terms.
Manuiuctured onlr by
BADGII & SOilS,
Office No. 20 South DELAWABR Avenue.
8 i niwSrp Philadelphia.
J HE AMERICAN BUREAU OF MINES
No. 64 BROADWAY.
Mines, Mineral Lands, and Ores examined and reported
upon. Competent Engineers furnished to Mlntng Com
panies. Consultations afforded on all Mining, Metallurgical
and Chemical Questions, at tbe office of the Bureau,
GEO. D. n. GILLESPIE, President.
DRAKE DB KAY. Secretary. J 10 tatha rp
CAPE MAY RAILROAD COMPANY.
Notice is heieby Riven, that the present arrange
ment ot the Trains to and from ( apa Mar will be
C'dr-TINUED, viz. Leave Phi adelphia all P. M.,
and Caps Is and at 8 A . M , da llr.
J. VAN UENUsKLEaB, Suaerhuenden'.
September 1. 1864I. 1 tf
iiV-,- FOR 8AU5-A BEAUTIFUL PAIR
Jfc5 V of Black HorMS, handsomely matched, kind In
Cameta, prompt drivers- tearless of locomotives, and
warranted sound Iu every resuect. 'an b seen Uy
applying in KAHBBJIRV Street, below f aluut.
Also, a Iwo-seated Carrlag- - uiwHt
Huron Fine Bed Blankets.
Huron Premlnm Blankets.
Huron Extra Heavy Blankets.
Huron Single Bed Blankets.
Huron Bed Blankctg, $',) Per
We arc now receiving direct from tbe mills, the
Contracted for early in the Spring at tbe low price
They are superior In slzo, weight, and tin-ne of
wool to any other make in the market, or to any
BLANKET ever beloro ottered by us. Sold only
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BY
J. C. STKAYi'lklllUtiE & CO.,
N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AUD MARKET.
PRICE & WOOD,
N. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT,
HAVE JU6T OF EX ED:
COCO yards American Print: , last colors, 10 a d
18 cents a yard.
1 ca.-e fine quality French Merinos, $1 25 a yard,
Fine quality Black Alpacas, 60, 56, CO, 70, 80, 90
ci-nts, 91, $1 12, and SI 25 a yard.
FLANXELs t FLA NXELS !
All-wool Flanne s, 85, 37, 40, 45, 50 ccnta. up to
Dumet Flannels, 31 j up to 90 conts.
All-wool bbakcr Flannels, 50 conts up to SI a yard
Bleached and TJubloaclicd Canton Flanno , cheap,
Best makes B eached and Unbleached Muslins, at
the very lowest market prices.
Yai d-wlde Bleached Muslins, 25, 28, 81 ;, 33, 35,
Yaid-wide Unbleached Muslins, 0 23. 23 cents,
I'iliow Cano and Sheeting Mushes, etc.
One case Bridal Quilts, very cheap.
la bio Linctii, apklus. and loweis.
White Hoods, very cbocp.
A large assortment ot Hosiery,
Ladles' and tients' Morluo Vests, vry eheap.
A larjre assortment of Edjtinjrs, llounclnjra, and
Inscrtincs, Ladies' and Gents' Linen Handkercbiers,
Just opened, from auction, a cheap lot of Forte-
monnaiea, Tooth and Hair Brushes.
PRICE & WOOD.
8 18J1 N. W. Corner EIGHTH and FILBERT Sts
II. STEEL & SON
Nos. 713 and 715 11. TENTH Street,
HAVE JC9T BECE1VED
Two Cases Kuiprtsa Cloth Poplin of t heir
ALL CHOICE SELECTED COLOR8,
And tally 15 per cent. Iswerthan the same qualities
can be bought anjwheie else in the city.
DOT.BIE WIDTH BLACK ALL WOOL DI.LAINF8
NEW BILK8 AT LOW P BICES.
WHITE MARSEILLES COCNTEBPAKES.
BUFF SAND WHITE MAKSEILLE8 COUNTER
PISK AND WHITE MARSEILLES COUNTER.
9 4 ALL-WOOL BLANKETS, 115.
10-4 AIL-WOOL BLANKETS, 8 M.
11 4, 12-4 ALL-WOOL BLANKETS, AT LOW
BLANKETS ol all kinds at less than wholesale
prices. 8 31 It
No. 1024 CHaCT Street.
About leaving lor the COUNTRY, SEA SHORE,
OR WA1ER1NU PLACES,
E. M. NEEDLES,
No. 1024 CHESNUT STREET,
Offers a lull assortment, at LOW PRICES, of
evi r uesuripuuQ oi
WblTE ti(U. 1)8,
In all varieties ol plain and fancy styles.
Laces, Pmbroiaeiies. 11 tikis, eta. eto.
Linen Sleeves, Collars, beta, eto. In great
E M. NEEDLES,
No. 1024 CHESNUT Street
9ns msaita hoi "okI
AND LONG BKANCH.
DItEIFUSS & BELSINGER,
No. 49 North EIGHTH Street,
HAVE OPENED ON THE 14th INST
A new and desirable lot of
ZEPHYlt KNIT SHAWLS
Suitable tor tbe Watering Places, including a
splendid assortment of
1 CAMBBIO NAINSOOK
JAS. Iu IAMPBELL & CO.,
No. 7U7 CHESNUT 3t.,
Invite the attentlen of Cash buyers
To their Stock of
r n "y a o o 13 s ,
Which for extent, varietur, and general adaptation to
the ott of the Trade Is unrl railed.
racsafie envers suoplled with acaree and Ceslrahl e
Goods at and under market lates 8. 11 1m
Wholesale Iloomw Up 9tair.
gTATES UNION CLOTLTLNO IT ALL,
606 MARKET Street, 606
Visltois wl l And a large and vaned assortment ol the
very best laAlir jlibl CLOIHISU at tbe lowest
Suits, ccntalnins Coats, Pants, and Vest, trom I12-
Dusters, 2 25.
Pants ll-om C3 00 and higher.
Come ayl convJncey ourselves iS913m
0. 1121 gikard .street
Being neatly fitted up, will open lor
ON THE FIUST OF -EPTEMflKH.
Two larte Con nunlcatlng Dooms on the second floor,
well adapted lor a family. 8 25
11' lie ifl
Alterations in the store, mv stock of
PIANOS, ORGANS, ETC.,
Will be sold at UNPKECEDEInTEOLY low pricu.
J. A. OETZB,
8 57 6t So. 1102 CHESKUr 8tr et.
rSSfH PIANO TUNING AND KEPAIRINfr.
l7t i' MB. SAItUENI' will return tj the city and
lecume ouinos MpteHiber 1. Orders rooelvcd as uusl
at &1ASQ A ( O.S., No, 9U7 t'he.nut street. 8 17 Im rp
CIGARS AND TOBACCO"
HINT TO TOBACCO CHEVYER8
WEDDING-CAKE FINE CUT
The onlr KINECCf TOBACCO ever manufactured
n Philadelphia, :
Trio Bent in the Market.
EVERYBODY USES IT
Manufactured from the Best Leaf.
BOLD EVERYWHERE. 811
Factory, B. P. corner Bbqad and Wallacb Street!
rpRE BEST FIVE CENT C1GA1. IN THE CITV.
D. P. MCDOWELL'S
Call and try them, at
No. 336 and 238 South SECOND Street.
The Beconstiuot ion Clear, both la qaalttv and quan
tity, Is unsurpassed by anj ten eent Clgai now sold in
this city. 8 Hmwflm
CHARLES C. MACKEY, AUCTIONEER, NO.
126 MARKET Street, between Third aud Fourth.
SUPERIOR T A TBY AND WAITEBS.I
On 'l iienaav mornlnn,
A consignment of frexbiv iranorted oval, Oothlo. 'and
oblong Tea 'irays and Waiters, p.alnly and richly doco
raiea. 1 her wl'l be so d Iu lots to suit Furniture Dealers and
WHITE GRANITE AD C. C. WARE, GLASS
On Tuesday mon ing,
At S o'clock, contents ot 20 casks and erates compris
ing about BOO open lotsot White (Jraulte and C. Ware;
also. Tumb era. Wines Covered Bowis, Dishes. Preserv
ing Jars, and other Glassware.
'ihe Wares Kill be sold in lots suitable lor city an J
country retail trade.
At 10 o'clock, three double-barrelled duck guns, two
boit twist. m at
PAN CO AST 4 WARN 0 C K,
(IBS MO MARKET Street.
LARGE POSITIVE RALE OF AM ERICA V AND IM
lOK" ED DRY GOODS, KMHK10ER1KS, UNLS
GOODS, HOS1KHY. OTIOKH. o., by CatalOHue.
feptember 6. 1B conimenolng at 10 o'elock, cotn
prMng Wl'l lots new and devirabie goods whlcb will be
lound well worthy the attention of buyer. 8 91 4t
SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER,
.So. 1020 CHE3SPT BTREKT.
THREE I MPOHTANT
Lilliy's Chilled Iron Safes,
Th eapest und best, Indeed, the only strictly Fire
and Burglar Troof Bule made.
1 he modern and ex'remely popular
STEAM ENOINI3 PACKING!
Called Milier'aLubrlcatlve Steam Packing, unsurpassed
AND TIIE SCALES FROM THE
CHEAT BEND SCALE WORKS, PENNSYLVANIA.
Scales warranted equal to any la tbe market, and on
terms much more favorable
Ihe undersigned having the General Aeency for the
aie of the above articles In this oily, he rcapeotroliy
sollcits tbe attention of all parties Interested, both the
dealer and consumer, hoping to n.erlt (as he has already
received) tbe continuance of a liberal pubile patronage.
M. C. SADLER, AGENT, '
8 11 loiwiatrs giDWlSt HQ.91tA KCH Street,