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THE DAILY BVfiNING TELEGRAPH. OTILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, SErTEMBER 5, 1866.
?1RAN0E AND 00M1M E KCE.
OFPtCB Or THB EVINTNO TFLEOBArn, ?
Wednesday, September 6, 866.
There was rather more disposition to operate
1 b Stocks this morning, but prices, with one or
two eiceptions, continue weak and unsettled.
tm Government bonds there was less doing;
730s sold atl06107, for June and Aufruitjand
ew 6-SOe at 109 J; 98J was bid for 10-40; lllj
lor old 5-JOe; and 1111 for 6s of 1881.
Cltj loans were unchanged. The new issue
I Railroad shares were the most active on the
lint. Lehigh Valley sold at 65, no change;
Pennsylvania Railroad at 57J67j, a decline of
I; Camden and Amboy at 120J, a decline of ;
Reading at 6fijQ5G5, a slight advance; Cata
wissa preferred at 334, decline of on the
closing price last evening; and Philadelphia
and Erie at 332, an advance of ; 60 waa bid for
Korristowo; 40 for North Pennsylvania; 30 lor
Elmlra common, 42 for preferred do.; and 45
lor Northern Central.
In City Passenger Railroad shares there was
very little doing. Union sold at 42 J; 88 was
bid for Second and Third; 46 (or Fifth and Sixth;
63 J for Tenth and Eleventh; 21 lor Thirteenth
and Fifteenth; 63 for Cbesnut and Walnut; 6
for West Philadelphia; and 18J lor Hestonville.
Bank shares were firmly held at full prices.
Farmers' and.Mechanlcs' sold at 132; 220 was
bid for North America; 31 for Manufacturers'
and Mechanics'; and 66 lor City.
Canal shnres were Inactive. Lehleu Naviga
tion sold at 6i60v a slight decline; and
ScbBylkill Navigation preferred at 36, no
change. 28 was bid for Schuylkill Navigation
common; 14 for Susquehanna Cunal; and 5G
for Delaware Division.
Quotations of Gold 10 A. M., 146$; 11 A. M.,
147; 12 M., 146J; 1 P. M.. 14i'.j.
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES TO-DAY
Reported by Ve Haven & hro., 2fo. 40 S. Third street
BE ORE BOARDS.
300 eh Reading Railroad reg int 56f
WOO VS6-208 G5coubNJ , 14 su Ca & A 120f
6O0 do 109 200 sti Heading. ..sW 602
- t600 CS7 b0s. JunelOGjT luOfh do b30 6tU
44 0 Citv 6.n lots. . M 100 sh do 5GJ
1U00 do 99, 100 sh do b30 66J
SttOlO do....k o '
200 sh Cata pi. . ..lots 83 1
22 sh do 83
100 sh do s30 83J
l(K,sli tn& E....D30 83;
200 sh do lots 83j!
100 sh do m
10 sh F and M Ilk. .132
50sh iSV & Mid.... 6 J
50 eh do bj,
300 eh Clies Val. It. . 7.1
i0sn do lnts 2 J
29 sh Union l'us.K.. 42
8 sh Acad Music. 70
ioo do m
S2C00 do muu lots 99' ;
$2000 o oa 961
93000 Readme m 6s. 92 i
S5000 SMin & E 984 '
10 sh W Brunch tn 80
41 sh Lehigh Mav.. 00 j
20 sh do f.9!
10 an lh Yal 06 '
6 eh do 06 i
121 sh Pah lots 671
200 sh do..lotspt0 67
200 en Sen a pi.. )0 30J
Messrs. Deflavcn & Brother. No. 40 South
'Jfttird street, ninke the following quotations o(
the rates ot exchange to-day at 1 P. M. :
American Gold 1404 147
American Silver, i and ts
Compound Interest Aotes:
July, 1864. ...
August, 18S4. ...
ttetouer, 18U4. ...
August, 1805. ...
Sept., 1805. . . .
October. 1806. ...
Philadelphia Tiude Report.
Wednesday, September 5. The foreign news, al
tbeuRh unfavorable, has had no perceptible etlect iu
ttie Dreadstufls maiket here, but the trade is devoid ot
mlrit,-aticl prices, if anvthin?, favor buyers.
Cotton is firmer, with small sales oi middlings at S'-Xsi.
The Flour Market was Inactive, there being no demand
ior shipment and only a limited Inquiry tor home cou
Humiitlon ; sales of superfine at n7Wi :Sf"H ; o'd and new
ftotk e.xtrai at M ll ; Hull bushels Nurihwestcrn extra
lamtlT atftllHli'SU; o rt nnd new wheat Pennyivaira
and Oiiio do do. at Ml'iStn 13 W; und JflO bbls. choice
wlnter.whcut.tnmiiy, at Sllitjlt"''". Noihlngdoing In Bye
There Is more Wheat coming forward, but there Is not
ranch itcmand. In the absence, ot Hales we quote at
it27n$?,2'82 lor Pennsylvania and Southern red, and
Hi I)0fei3 (or white. Kye if dull Pennsylvania Is held
at HI 15. In Corn no Improvement to notice. Salesot
Taliow at Die and 2500 bush. Western mixed at 8iiMc.
Oats are scarce and wanted. Sales ot Southern at M(".
r7c. and 190U buxh unsuund at 45c. Piiccs of barley
and Malt are nomlnnl.
Whisky is quiet, with small sales of Pennsylvania at
S2 !J7 and of Ohio at l 4".
Court of Quarter Sessions Judjre Ludlow.
Ann Bchroeuer was charged with committing an
assault and battery upon Elizabeth Moirison; and
Ann Shroder, Elizabeth Brenner, Matthew bherder,
and Hugh Brenner were cbnrccd with assault and
battery upon Annie and Albert Blorrison. Ihe
Commonwealth stated that on the evening of June
t! these parties cuuie to Morrison's houte, very
anxious to fight.
Ihe Morrisons refused to fieht, but the dr-tend-ants
were determiued to tiirht. Iher accoidmirlr
"went in," and in a few seconds were beatiuir the
whole Morrison family. By the interference of Jout
Hide parties the combatants were separated.
The defense deny this statement, and alletre that
the first blow was struck by one of the Morrison's,
and followed up by the test of them Jurr out.
John Summernlie was charged with keepine a
visions dog. The Commonwealth produced testi
mony to prove that several persons wrr bit by the
dojr It seemed to be a very mischievous doit, and
bad been allowed to run loose, On trial.
FOR SALE AND TO RENT.
OFFICES AND LARGE ROOMS
F O It It B N T
National Bank of the Eepuhlic Building.
Ncs. 809 and 811 CHEStiUT Street,
The liulldloK is supplied with r.as. Woter, Water
riosets, and i-team heatluir Apparatus. The rooms on
tho third and lburth floors are larre (50x60). well llah'ed.
and suitabie tor a Commercial College, or business or a
Apply at the Bank. 9 3 tf
TO CIAPITALIBTS. LUMI1KU AND IRON
3i MKrFAO.VKl ItH.
tor Ble, noon Acrex clione WHITE I' IN 6 TIMBER
IANI. in JK1 t hUOS t'OOMY. Pennsvlvanlit. near
the Hilladehihla and Krle Kullroau. hla lius the finent
mow I oi White Pine Timber in the Mate (uianv trees
trie asurmg six leet throuuhi. estimated io vield do to HO
uill'iou lu t lumlier. Inexhstittdile veins of llitumlnotis
and i annel ( oals iron Ore l-une-tor e, and Hre t'lav.
Little Toby Fiver runs thrjuuh it. Kailroud and water
tiannponatlon to ateru anil W extern markets. n an
investment, or for niiinutjc uriii'-' lumber profitably.
uch an opportunity is rarely o It-red.
JOHN AI.FX ANDI-.K,
.So. .-outh KOl'Itl'H street,
9 4 3l l'lil'adelpliia.
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PROCEEDINGS THIS AFTERNOON.
Beport of the Committee on
Mass Meeting To-Night.
THE Um LEAGUE BANQUET.
Spccclies or iMIss Anna E. Dickin
son and Colonel Moss.
inf"nrii 'i- "i",iT--"--i" -ri-r'i-iri m
AN ADJOURNMENT FOR THE DAY.
F.tc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
We contlnuu out report of the proceedings of the
Southern Lojalistu' Convention bom our T urd
Idltion, as below:
Sficcr h of Colonel E. Mohh.
Colonel Aloss thought the time well fit for debate. He
t runted such a mater, so intimate y affecting tuerccon
stiuuiiun Oi tho lu e dlH.ojal Btat-js, would rcctive a
tree in. erchane views. ow thai slavorr wan aliul
ihlied. he wonid have our inxtt utlons and practice re
nindelk'd to tho piinclple of justice, the liberty and
aaittv of the loyal white men now hung upon the a:tlou
oi t onress.
Jt it trusted tho power oi the ballot-box to tup
Mack men. the loyalists won. a be strengthened, and
thus the worst punishment wouia be iuilictca upon
tie traitors oi the South.
He was confident that the election policy of the
Union pany throughout the Northern aua boraer
btates would not be injured by an action that would
enable the loyalists to send up to Congress true
Unionists from all the Soui horn States. Tho true
way to success was now to organize ail the elements
ot success to bring- them to the baliot-box en masse.
be was confident the l onvention had not met to en
dorse Andrew Johnson in bis reconstruction of the
Southern mate Governments. (Cries oi ".No I no I")
The true policy to bo d and to declare was. the rlyht
of inn rate to all lovalmen.teall bruve soldiers, whether
tney be "white or black. On that true priuciuie tue
I'nfon could be remodelled toexlst for end ess time, aud
be a proud leuacy to be bequeathed to all future gene
rations. For that purpose they had assembled, and
were bound to work.
Belnx an American citizen. I love this country, its
Government, Institutions, aud freedom as well as any
nun. Astainuponitwll.be lelt ot a I. We have in
flined 3d0 iit black men to tight mr the country.
Ihe white soldlets en.ioved every nouor and privilege.
Hut the nenroes, kept long years in servitude, were dv
the oflicers returned 10 slavery ; and yet time and time
asuln the negroes assisted the whites to escuue nom
their enemies. 10 hand ibee men over to their enemies
now WU1 put a stain upon tho country which will allect
lo prevent them lrom having an ee,nal voice with us
and the rlgrt to vote, i Bimplv rldlcu ous il heers.)
The negro will be true to the countrv, ana we kuow it.
M beers ) He had the knowledge Tom citizens all over
Tennessee that the colored men had doubted the honesty
und conscientiousnvhs ot Amtietv Jounson wiieii the
white men were uccelved by him.
lie would let the elections tor a few constables bo p it
In leopardr, it tbev would be thus jeopardized by the
declaration ot the true, immutable piinciplee oi libertv.
Throughout ihe Aorth, wherever a canu date to Con
vress presented nhnt-ell on the avowed p Indole of lus
ticc to all, be had been returned to Congress by a
lurtelv increased ina.iorltv. Thete was no considera
tion worthy oi remaik against the adoption of the prin
ciple of tree euiirage to all.
i General lien. Butler, here entered the room in com
pany with Judge lie icy, and was greeted with upronrl
ous cheers )
There stands Ben Butler and you have substantiated
mj previous dt claru ion- by your greetim? to bun, not
as Ben But er but us a true, ou smiken. honest man
'ihe peop.e ate wiser than the uciuagovues oi the
iTCsiiicui. jne pi or souucis over me land wno are
looking lor no po-ltionx as Henntors and Governors
avow tiie necessity and justice oi these demands. But
the people throughout our land will wiihin a lew
n onths rulse hiicli a storm that Andrew Johnson will
wish that Ids reconstruction po.icy ha-j never been born,
l be snenr nad felt the oabe ot the Vorth. and knew
it beat warmly in tins cuiise. tie wjuld warn tho uuiilic
ai aliist Uie murderous mob that iu time might from the
ssoutnern ntntta snrenu over tne ortn.
Lnub e the black man 'o protect nimself. If you do
not the time will come when he will take ins own part.
aud then there will bo no pity toi the traitors oi the
(outti. iiow lone win it take, witu a few more exam
ple lite that at Kw Orleans, to tet the laud ablaze
with excitement and tarmoii?
He felt sute tliuthere were troiu 500,000 to 600,0(10 loyal
men In the eoutn who were not to oe trilled with on
this lolnt. They were not in the bninor to have
Anilrpw .lfilinson sneerim-lv snv 'Ah t vmi ilnm.
'lake the Congressional 'policy, good as It goes, and
w nai is itr rt uy. you win not let a iteoei or two sit in
congress, n at is mi it does, it does not etlect the re
constructed btaies. It leaves us loval men at tlie
merer ot tue traitors ot the siouth, and we bsk you loyal
men 01 uie xorin is mat iairr to.i
But men here sav. "Yes, we believe that with vou;
t,ut don't speak it out." tan ant thing be effected by
mat temporizing poncv r nouio any loyal citizen re
nounce his alleuiance because justice was Dot done to
uie u aca mun r
The day Las passed by when a candidate tor the Pre.
sidency is to be nominated oa a ciound of evne ilenev,
a bank Goal the days o' the Tyiers and the Johnsons
are ovenorsver. (cneers.i
A resolution, bj courtesy, was then offered by a
fleh sate m m Ai Kansas, ordering ail resolutions re
latins to the policy of the Convention should be re
terred without debate.
A motion to lay on the table was carried.
Ihe decision ot the Chair not being- understood by
an, a aeiesaie excneaiy aia: 1 nope in (jou that
e aid not come here, ana win not eo away as the
4th of Aueust Convention did. muzzled!
An inquiry bemc made as to whether amDle time
would be allowed the Convention to consider and
debate the report ot the Committee on Revolutions.
when presented, was answered by the Chair and bv
tne jnarviana delegation affirmatively, amidst cheers
A delegate requested that General Butler be re
quested to address the Convention. (Loud cries of
A delerate moved that the resolution offered bv
Colonel Moss, of Missouri, us it would be considered
bv the Committee ou Resolutions, be laid on the
l'tiidinp the vote, a motion was made to adiourn
until 6 l il.. which, alter an excitinir debate., u-u
declared in order ty the Chair, and an ao'ieai
against uis aecisiou wus luia on tne table. 1
1 be motion to adjourn, including an amendment
10 aa.iouru until iu o clock to-morrow, was then
The rimstion ot lavinir Colonel Bloss' rnlntlnn
upon the tablo aguin recurred, whereupon loud
cries were uiade for the ayes and noes.
xne motion 01 tne resolution to lay upon the table
was then modified so as to refer the resolution to
the Committee on Itcsolutio' a. A demand tor the
1 revious question Deinir sn&iuined. Colouei John M
1 1u tuus, Jr., of Maryland, stated that Jl he voted
4,i 1 1. 11 1 munltihnn liunnnlil I... .-..I, .. ...,-... .11 .
evf ry Itelei in his state. (l oud hisses lua groans
gn eted this ann-jtiuceniont )
A committee Jiom the Ku.thern Convention
then arnoiiiicod as in waittmr. ami the snocinl C.mn.
nuttec 01 1 iv. on tieception was directed to receive
1 i.e ttituiKS of the Convention were enthusiast!.
cully tendered, on motion, to the loval people of
i iiiiont, lor their sivual rebuke to Andrew Johu-
sou, 111 his words that congress was,iuercl)' a liaugcr
011 upon tiie iioveriimeni.
Colonel ihoinus uiiuio a personal explanation.
fluting that his previous declaration had been tn is-
tipprt Heiia. u uy uie convention lie would never
ul ow a hi I. el to toto, il within his power, so help
luui uoa ;
lu tlie House of IlcprescnlativoB he whs opposed to
the motion to UiH'iitrauchise ii'obe.8 onlv unt'l
If 70: he would hove made it forever. He lmtl lioid
ihe I tilunce ot power, ihe cstnitr vote in Congress
on Unit poinr, ui:il that hud pns.-cd tho resolu
tion bv a two-ili.ios vote
An inviiatinu was extended to all the members
by the Luton Luuciie to parncijiate in a grand bun
let at B f. M. lo-trav.
Hi. Conwav, 01 Louisiana, moved that tho request
to be allowed to piiolocraoh the Convention be
accepted lor 3 if. M. this da, and that the city's
oiler ol Imdcpendtnce Buunre, that the graud od
Hall miffat bo a background, be adopted. 1'ho
The Committee sppointed to meet the Northern
voiiTf niton ropoited that It una oeeu mutually
ai'rced to BHsmnhln at. Nuiimial Hall at 7 1 o'clock.
each Convention to be beadnd by i's officers, from
rlioi ce to proceed to the Union League, tuere to
fuse into a grand mass uioetinj; at 8 o'clock. J he
Loval Lea g no, ot l luladoiplilu, wus to bo allowed
w appuiut a presiding ottiosr over the two conveu.
tious, each remaii iug uieiviiwlnlrr tin) iDArvhal-
guip vi in own on cers
The Hon. Daniel R. (tOckIIoo, of North Carolina,
moved thatt.enoral Butler be requested to address
the Convention; bat before the motion eottld be
put a motion was made to adjourn until Id o'clock
to-moirow, which prevailed at 1 o'olock, lxnd and
imperative calls for a soeeoh from General Butlor
were then made, but that gentleman did not appear.
Heart? appiause was nvea for Governor Brown,
low, bnt he did mot appear. It nay be stated that,
though bit health it nightly Improved, yet he il
quite weak. He wonld have enjoved pailicipatlng
In the grand mast meeting at the Union League this
evening, but owing to bis poor health he will be
nnable to addre-s the asemb.age.
TIIE SPKECII OF MISS ANNA E.
After the adjournment ot the Convention, loaf
calls were made for Miss Anna E. Dickinson, who
was seated In the andience, in reponse to which she
ascended the platform, escorted by Venator Fowlor,
As she appeared before the andipnce her fnce
blushed with the enthusiasm of the moment. The
audience aroo and greeted her with a loud aud
r-cnator Fowler! then stated that Miss Dickinson
desired to be excused from addressing the Conven
tion to-day, but that ine would consent to do so
1 hi announcement was received with cheers, but
did not prove entirely satisiaoiory. In response to
loud aud long-continued shouts oi "Now! now!"
Miss Dickinson eame to the tiont ol the platform,
and apote is follow si
Il yonnjease, gentlemen, I have keen so taken by
surprise, se utterly over vhelmed, by the lovalty, by
the tarncsuutss, by the true Southern fire of the men
here assembled, and by my gratitude tor your invi
tation to appear before vou, that I can say nothing
to-day. Ihe heart-ibrobs which thrill my being
have palsied my tonsue, so that it refuses iu office.
"If you will but permit me to seek tbe quiet ot my
borne for a lew hours, to morrow, gentlemen. 1 will
be most happy to meet you, in behalf ot tho great
unrepresented class of white women, to appeal to
you tor justice to that other uorepresonted class,
which is your loyal constitucnc? ."
Miss Dickinson then hastened from tbe stage, fol
lowed by the applause of her auditots.
TIIE NORTHERN DELEGATES.
Meeting of tho New York Delegation Speeches of
Hon. Hiram Walbridge, Hon. W. D. Kelley,
Colonel Hamilton, Fred. Douglass, and othjra.
The meeting of the doiegates from New York, held
at No. 1107 Cnesnut street, was called to order at 10
A.M.. with General vv albridge in the chair, fbo
meeting sojourned to tbe Union Leairuu Hojse.
1 here were many distinguished men present from
ail sections of the North.
Ibo Chairman delegated a committee of one to
wait on General Carl ScUurz. and bring nun into
Mr. Warbridue rose and said that when the meeting
aaiourncd It was exuected that the old and tiled patriot.
General Bhney. won 1.1 address tbe tnee iusr.
G.neral Hn ne v rose and said It was with hesitation
that be rose to address the mee ing. It seemed unneces
sary to ta k before such an arrav of live mou. il did
not seem ns 11 u were iiecvsnary iu hiiuiu am
the minds which seem brave in sustaining tbe patri
otic ctinrt8 to secure the b.essinus ot ilbcitv. It re
mains to be seen whether we shall write upon the tombs
o our sacriticed heroes, Died as the fools uieih," or
whether we shall surround their graves by tlie
gratelnl devotion ot a psopie made tree ov
tbe aarinee. ef their lives. We have a
proposition trom tbe President and his adherens to the
etlect that we shall deny the faith that the nation gave
to those wno penned tuoir an in oe ense ot the Cuion.
We remember how. through tbe treachery and imbed ity
ano Incapability of our generals, out cause seemed tot
torinv. When Lincoln sent loitli the prov amutlon
giving tfcedim and how lie called on our dark sklnu.-d
li.ethien, who was respoi dea by iftO Out! to tho cull.
They donned the uniiorin that desi natod ireedoru.
They loughtweu at vtagncr, ai Huiustle, where their
breasts were bared to the lion hah as Irecly us their
white comrades'. The war is over at least the lighting
on ihe field. What is the prevailing sentiment ot tho
It is a sentiment that the pledged faith ot the nation
loya ly given shall be must lovuily kept. Yet we are
ca led upon by Vul'aiidigham. Monroe, and such otuer
like catue. to tnrow away meso pieugus io piaue iho
treiduien under the heel ot these unwasned Rebels. The
nation that would do so desotves io be damned.
It is a measure naugt t witn petli. it would be as the
man who built his lious upon the sands. It failed he
cause luundcd on the sail and the John-oil party wish
t bund tbe structuie ef Government upon the sand.
There is notning enduring tiat is not linked U everlast
ing justice and to tne laws ui uou.
tvery sione we lay. ami every ueain we lav mat ooe.s
not accord with thatwi.i have to be remove i. Unit
agreeing with the eternal princloies of justice aud law
wnl never make a tasting structure. There is no way
that Is mote proper than radica.ism ihat goes to tbe
verv sen. oi retonn. No mau who is nut willing to go
to I lie root oi evil and tear it up is worthy ot tlu namu
oi rudicul. What do we propose to do in this ciisis 'r
.niiiy Johnson has got tbe wnlo start, but will not
get any thing but tbe v. hip. lie has gnven ti e issue und
we accept, vt e are wining to . go ueiore tnepeopeon
tbe w rent radical plan ol reconatructlou Johnson hoped
to arrange mat. era so that the parttc4 could come to
gitlic oe bad said that the Keuubiicau pattv ivou il
goto the l'evli , no di ubt expecting to meet it there.
tC'heers and luuulitcr.)
A l nion reconsiruc.eo upon me oriuuipies oi univer
sal iiisii.e to an men, which auow no mack or
wlilt'e. but onlv !:imw men, o:tr Tnlon will ho au
cilitice uguiust which the ruins muv descend and
tlie wlnus btut iu vain, because luundcd on a rock,
(l beers.) Vermont Is the btur that never sets.
(I'clcgatcs rose and cheered.. Thai Is the place
where our redemption Is cradled. 'Iho einpuatio
voie lrom V ermont is a reouKe to nis acciuency aud is
In tbe cause of justice, w iluilug on did not indorse
"Aly I'ellcy." reiinsylvanla, will she voie to respond
that Cengiess shall be sustained, or the suicidal policy
of the orefent executive r i A voice, "Congress.' ) It
wi.l give a voice distiuc ly emphatic In this great issue,
that Geary, the beloved ot the soldier ,ch,-crs) will be
sustained by the ballots ot the people and be declared
tit successor ot tuat otuer greai - so oier s menu.
(A voice, "Xes, we wu give nnu 4U.uou.) It Is
sale, .New York will send back a response that
will gladden the hearts of ibe loyul men of the
country, 'these lo'al men ol tne outb have gone
through tire and tiioeosnea. aua are caned by the
oppeihead journals, 'mean whites." Ob, who would
look lto tbe luces of these yrvm representatives of the
lovai Soatb. and could sav these are the sue ks t What,
In ooa's ame. are the other onos? Tbev have viudi
tateU their ciaim on the Gov-rnment by unterrlded de
votion. Their devotion hai givajj us strenglb aud ress
lutlou. 'J he time lor talk has about gone by, tue time
or actien is elose at nana.
We shall leave this areat gathering more prepared
to enter the great fight forth recngnlt'oa throughout
the luuu of ike broad principle ol liberty. We sbail
win tue enviaoie reputation or oemg tne repairers or
'1 be ( hairman stated that a despatch would be read
and lorwarded to Hew York, which was adopted
uuuhlnif usiy. ana immediately despatched over the
'ihe liauuian called attention to the place once De
cupled bv the portrait ot one who turned tiaitor to bis
country and his paity steward There was one In
whom Washington eonuuea; nis son is now prcseut,
Colouel Humiliou. K beers.)
Co ouel Hamilton arose and expressed his thanks for
the cuidial welcome, aud expressed his hope that we
enter into Ills content w ith dvtertninition. qfg
He devoted tbe whole energies ot tils mind and body
to wrest the Government lrom the hauds oi those bent
on Its ruin. We have gone through a great war, but a
much greuter difficulty has arisen. He bad tr.ed to In
duce l'resldent Lincoln to lemove trom his Cabinet tbe
then eiieuiv ol emancipation. Ills proclamation im
posed a duty en tbe nation from tbe pe'tonnance of
vhlcn It can never be atisoived. The lreadinaa Is in our
charge, and we must make them mun, and give them alt
the rights o: oiuer uieu.
We will ultimately be. if true to eurse vos. the crest
na ton ot the woild. aud will b either he rreat scourge
Or tue ueneiaeior m iud norm.
Co ecel liamllton. In place, read some statements In
regard to an interview with the late President In respect
to the tucu views ot secretary Heward, lu which he ex
pressed ins beliel that tbe Hebelliun could not be crushed,
and that our Goveniuient comd not sustain rsolt. llo
advocated tbe removal ot Heward, but the request was
not acceded to.
An aid ol General scott bad stated that Seward
and General JigcKllan had met together aud lunrcd
Johnson ana eewaru re now electioneering to divide
the orth luto two parties, and bring lu ihe rest Oi the
bouth In a solid Union lor themselves
t ongress has been waiting to see tbe temper ot the
Southern loyul men beiore going into uuy great mea
sures lie conciuucu uaaiusi emuusiast c clieurlm;
Theodoie 'iilton-He would say sonieihlug that all
would uot bo plea-ed to hear. He would call a'tantloii
to a tact that an uruc e ot r.ew rork delegation was
sto:en, und the stolen property was denied t,. the owner.
He te erred to Douglass, whose mistress had met liiui lu
ihe e Itv.
iener.il Walbndge introduced Judijo Kelley amidst
w illiiuu I) Kel'ey snld hehnd not expneted to artdres?
iblsor tttiy other meeting, llo expressed pleuaie In
meetlnu the President 01 tbe dcleuailon lm nnu nulil
huu a IiIlIi lecoiumeiiilutiou and treoting, to extend his
band to that patriot 1'red Douglas, aud to befrleud that
pupil of ticnrv w uid Hteuher w ho now towers sn much
above bis nmsler. He was here io curry despatenes and
to nruvlue ior ibe couiiort ot the loyul Koutherners
here in our citv. He proposed to put in a word tor
met member of Ihe lew York deb-gutlon who
h-d been aeuused of stealing. He Would ,,.u r lild
o lent, aud weald s:ute It ws not bis old mlstross nut
bis yotng mistress whom he bud minded m chiMuooi.
lie bad come w here he hud achieved r,,ai,u... r.,r tl,
uurnose ol seeing the youug mistress whom he had not
seen since her glrliood. He had an interview aiUr
much dilltcu ty. and as received cordially.
Theodore Tllton rose aud concurred la the formality
UI n 1.1 in'
The Chairman put the question. Fred. TmnulRi rose.
amidst enthusiastic cLeerina u hhiLa i ..... i n, the,
in erview with his youuu a is, ress, alter an aiiscnce of
tweuiv-flve years fie gave au account of the kindness
ui mis youiiK uiitucn wueu ue uau ueen a bov aid had
been inlureil 111 a (iiiarr I. '
DouwUs proceeded to give a verv Interesting account
ot an interview with a Mr Hears and gave a very laugh
able picture of the contrast iu his aoaearauce when he
saw his voung uiisire, and tlie time whea he was a
tve. He had no dllliculty In recognizor bm young
mlstiess. altbeugh be had uot seu her for twen y-tlve
ytars. 1 hey have gone to Ualtimore since, but'when
tbe auiiounueinent was made that h
elected delegate lions Hochestor they came te thlaultyuud
rsw him walk In the procession. Slavery I-a deadening
Institution. There Is spork ot dlrlni y that cannot be
e xtlngaisl.ed, and there was still botween the old mss
teis and the enoe slave- a fbs Ing of love toward each
0 her. Captain A tie, his eld master, had become con
vinced of tn - evils of slavery, and a ho islied It heiore the
emancipation wan general. He did not feel llk talking
la a jocular manner about the meeting with bis o.d
lb tlm will come when all will rejoice at the altered
state ef the negro, North and Month He had bee a ao
pioaclied by members tbe Louisiana Convention, not
io walk la the procession or to enter the Convention,
that It wo uld hart the cause and wornd endanger tlie
election in o or two ot tbe Northern htatea. I'hey
might a we 1 sk him to pat a pistol to his head as to
abdicate h i manhoog
Alter being e.ected a de'egato It would be a mere
shum if he had notaopeared. Kataer Abiaham was nut
ashamed ol Frederick Douglass t he had invlt4 him to
the W bite Uonse, and to sit at hi tabie. (Intense en
thusiasm ) When the Rebellion was threatening and
Lee, Lcngstreet, and Kwe 1 were threatening .be valleys
of renbstlvama. when blood was pouring fiein the
breasts of our patriots then America w not ashamo.l
01 Douglass or the colored man Then there wus to be
one country ior all. It was so then, and shou d be so
Honor Is a substantial thing. What would It profit the
nation of It gained -tie hole south and lost i.s own
sal. If it lose Its own lienor?
A despatch was announced from New York.
A short rscess was taken for the purpose ot calling
the roll of delegates from th Nonh
air. Kaschoai, of Missouri, read a communication to
th 'ew York de'egates that they shou d appoint a
Committee to a'tond a Ccmmlttee to proceed to lulnols.
Coventor Curtln tok the chair, and stated that a
Committee of five had called on him tor the purpose
Of an Invitation to the Houthern Convention.
It waa moved that a Committee of Five be appointed
to meet tbe Southern Committee.
General Walbrlage, Mr Ward, Mich. Osneral Butler,
Genrral Nchenck, Ohio, and Mr. AtcPherson, Pa. were
appointed th oinmlttee.
t.overnor urtlu then stated his Inah'lltv to be pre
sent at future mee logs, owing to stringent engage
mm is Me expressed his thanks lor the honor of
making him chairman of the meetlni even temporarily,
and said that Pennsylvania and Phiiado phla will a ways
He spoke of the Union League In the highest and
most eulogistic terms. (Cheering.) Ho referred to
Philadelphia, to the Btate-House where freedom was
first proclaimed and Is now first practically carried out.
He cone oiled and made his farewell, and was greoted
Then Mr. Tllton took the Chair. He referred In a
jocular manner to the difficulties ot a free press taking
the presidency, and hoped he would do no mischief.
By Atlantic Submarine Telegraph Cable.
Coinincrchil and Financial Advices
He pun, September B. Darmstadt has om
plied with the demands of Prussia, and will
pay the latter 3,000,000 florins!, besides ceding to
Prussia tome of her territory.
Atuens, September C Hopes nre freely ex
pressed, with some prospect of realization, that
the racitieation of the revolt iuCanilia will soon
Florence, September 5. Prior to the signing
ot ihe treaty of peuc?, Italy will dismiss twelve
Qveensown, September ft. The Cfi of Lon
don, from New York August V, l.as arrived.
Southampton, September 5. Tbe B'jrusr.ia,
from llanibure Ausrust 25, sailed to-tlny for Nvv
York. She ha 31,000 and 2,500,00:1 francs in
specie on American acco'int.
Returns of the Athmtic Culde Compr.ny, show
their receipts lrom messages to be at the rate
of 1100,000, or if 4.500,000 per luintim.
Liverpool. September 5-12 M. The Cotton
market is luavy, und the sales will probably be
ligLt to day.
London, Septembers Noon. Consols opened
to-day at 804 ior money; United Srat" Ktve
twenties opened at 73; Illinois Central hai'roa I
at 79; Frle Eatlioad at 40j.
Philada. Stock Exchange Sales, Sept. 5
Bepoited by De Haven & Hro., No. 40 S. Third street.
S2000 Read in 6i. . . . ')
100 all Read. .
100 ?h do..
100 sh lo. .
4(10 sh do. .
n 5 i ,'
60(10 Citv Us new.... 00,,.
80u0 ao old ti'il
Sra0' 01'a68 05 i,
S1300 US (is '81 112
100 nil Sch Nov 283
",00 all d" 10 fi!
1(H) sh do b5 6(5'!
100 Mi Ocean i
100 s li I'll & K...ba0 33 J
11 sh L,eti JSav fin,
80 sli Huzleton C8
100 a Cata pt
21hM fennn 40.V
806 sn Hnadiiiir..biiG. 5iij
9sU LcbKur m
100 sh Munle !Sh 2 :
KiOeh N Yfc ii:d... 6)
lfiOfh do f!
lt)0 eh Union Cnnal . 22
S2! 0 Citv (is new. . . . S'OJ
suuoo ao Wt
1(0 Pli Ocean 4,
lnOsli do 4-56!
100 sh Sell K pt...b30 CH'f
N OTIC E. AN ACCOMMODATION
Truin will leave lie PENNSYLVANIA RAIL-
HOAD DKPOT at 11 15 P. M.. stonnlnir at all stations
ei4t oi l'noll. lor the convenience of those persons de
siring to remain In the city unill after ihe meeting. It
A R V E Y & r A It I S,
Ao. r,:j S. TIIIKI) Street.
Dealers in Oovernment Securities of all kinds.
6-s UOfTUHT AND SOLI.
T-Hlls BOU'lHTAN'O SOLI),
in 4IH BOl'fiHT AND SOLD.
18811 BOUGHT ND SOLD
CITY WAHBNTS HOUdMT AND SOLD.
GOLD AND SILVf.R WASTED.
STOCKS AN i BONDS, of ail descriptions, bouarht
and Fold n Conrnilssinn at the Regular Boaut of
Brokers, 5 (it
.1 . No. m
.PINE STRKT5T ....No. 024
' Dealers In Linens. White aud Dreos floods. Embroi-
liripa. Hnaierv. Ulnves. Corsets. Hunilkerchte's PIhIii
and llemHtuched, Hnir, Nail, 'looth. ana Plate Hrahei.
Combs, Plain and Fancy Soaps, Perfumery, Imported
and Domestic Pulls aud Pull Boxei, and an end.css
variety of Notions.
Always on hand a complete stock of Lad'es', Oents".
and (Jlilldien'ft I'ndervests nud Drawers ; English and
German Hosiery in l otion aienuo, auu ooi.
Clib. Craeie. and Bed jiianKets.
Marseilles. Allendale, Luncaster, and Honey Comb
latiie Lineni. iBiKiiit, i uncs, rinin aim i. uionu
Bordered, Uermau Roll Uussiu aud American Crash,
Burlaps. t.. , ,
Buliuiovaie. eiHii, onu nuiner r inuiieiH in an graces.
A lull Hue ol Nurterv lilHperx of all widths at
T. KIMPKO.VS SOXS,
9S Kos. W2 and 024 TINE -Street.
A l.artC AHSortinent of tlie I.utest
On hand, and will be so'.d this coming season at very
n'Oikruta prices, at
I,. I.VTZ'S riiriilt lire Kxtublixlt incut,
9 J 3m No. l.'l South ELEVENTH Street.
No. 11 Xoilli KLKVKNTH Street,
(1ITT(;E Ft ltMTHUE W.VREriOl SK.
Hull and Husk Slattrcssos, Feather Bcdn, Bolsters,
and 1 1 lows.
Best yunntj' m npring m iireii?s
Bedsteads. Bareuus, Waslistands, Chairs, Towel
Rucks. Kocklnu Clmirs etc.
l ew cuhIiI ns. heathers ana Down.
CVpHoi tslilta and Blankets. 9A wsmiiu
AT A V Y 1) E 1 A 11 r II B a 1,
jS AcnnsT 26, l(:i6
A Hoard ol Naval Oflicers. oi which uoiumouoro
S 1'. lxe is President, will meet at llartford. Con
uectleut, on the 6ih of heotetnbei' next. Tor tho ex
unimatieii oi Volunteer Oflicers who Uuve corvod
not less tlinn two year in tiie JS'avv lor atiinis iou
into the lifL'iilar bervico. in acoonlance with Iho
provisions of tnw "Act to define pud riruiuti) the ap
pointment ol Ulhcera In the Navy, aud lor otuer
purpose," approved July 25, lwi0.
A'l poisons who are entitlod to examination and
who wish io avail themselves of its privileges, will
at once noti v the l'rcsideut ol tho Hoard, bv lettor
addrossed to Hartford, Conn , tivlue their own Tost
Ollice addiess. In due tinie they will rucewo lrom
bini, iu reply. notification when to preseut thorn.
Helves ior examination. Those who fail to report at
the time specified tor them to do so, will forfeit all
claim to prece'leaee lor examination.
9 5 12t Beoretur j or the Hnvf.
CROSBY OPERA HOUSE.
JHE GREAT CROSBY UPERA-HtiUSE
DEMAND FOR 6HARi3 UNAEATED1
Eulscriptioci Ponrixig in from T.vcry Quarter of
the United States and the Camillas ! !
North, South, East, and Wt3t, Allko SappDrtini;
tho Grandest Art Enterprise of the
Preient Csnt-.ry ! !
10,000 SUBSCRIBERS IN ONE WEEK !
Mr. Crosby Emphatically Inuosed by his leasing
THE END APPKOACHINO!
CLOSING OF THE BOOKS AT HAND!
I'rice of Sltaren Eiv Dollars!
A Magnificent Enirraving with Each Share as
Soon aa Purchased.
Fcr Names of Engravings sco Prospectus.
SPECIMFK9 MAT BE SEES AT IHK SOLE
AGENT'S IS PHILADELPHIA,
T. JLS. PUGI1,
Corntr S1XTU and cnESNUT titreets.
THREE HUNDRED AND TWO PAINTINGS!
Are turn as have never before been offered to their sub
bci liters by any atlonal Art Union,
rillST OliASD PREMIUM:
T11K tllOSUY OPE11A 1IOI SK.
COST OF EHfcCriON AMD ACTUAL VALUE,
illr BSTADT' (Ireat I'alntlnp. cntitlcU TUE
Valued at '2o,( DO
3. CROPSEY'S Oieat ork entl led "AS AMERICAN
AUl t W 1
Valued at tK)0l).
4. St'HUSSFLE'S Great Nallonni PaltulnK. "WASIi-
IG,O.N IRVING AN1 III! t'lilr.NDS,"
Valued nt S.'niiO.
0. HART'S Chamiini; und ('clni)Tii'ed Polntlntrof Ameri
can Scencr, entitled WOl)l8 IN AUi ClN,"
Valued nt rMthi.
. CONSTANT MfVKU'iS . eii-brutcd Paintlna, entl
tlid -RECOGNI I ION,"
Valued nt h.V'iio.
". BEARD'? Great Wcs ern l.iinilsiiiiio. '-DEER ON
Vu ue I at 4i Uti.
8. GIOSOCX'8 Manniticent Landscape, "ALPINE
Valued tit :0(I0.
9. VOTE'S !-plendidBiit,'rm. tho I lie oi'-.VBItAII VM
Valncd at $4100.
The Subscript km Bonks will be c!oed on S TV tDAT.
the 2 Ml ot Si 1'IE.VBK.K IHI und ou tho KlitSl' OF
CCTOBEU lot owing the awau oi l'leinmins will be
public. y made at the opuru House.
DETAILS CF"THE DRAWING.
The Fubscriptlon Books, on neiitf closed wi I bo
pluced In the 1 snds of tho foilowlup gentlemen, who
have klndlv consented to uo-. as the CIiIcuko niambers
ot tl.e Committee to conduct the award of Premium:
W1IXIA.V E.l OOLB AUGII. President Union Nunonal
AAlOS T. HALL, Tteiisnrer C. It. & Q. R. R.
jj. G. HALL, Hull. Kiinlmik & Co.
CLINTON BKHK.S. I wine JVrfrfW fc Co.
J. C. In mK. l'reslrti nt ot tlio ltourd 01 Tricln.
.J A HI fcS II. BOWl N, l'resiucnt Third utioual Bank.
.lAMi b C. iAKUO, Mipuriuteuduut Auierlcau Kx
Pr?KNC'IS . IIOFFMA Tf . Ex-Lleti'enant Governor.
L. 1' S TJNN. Munn cott I lewitor
,1. A. ELLIS) President Second National Ban!;.
These nentlcmen, totothcr with such otlitrn trom dir.
fcrent pails oi tho couutrc an they may add t tholr
number lor the puipotc ot ta'riy repicseutuig ti.e share
hoiucrs at large win have the
Sole Iianagemeut ot the Award in all its Details,
T ha plan of Ue award adopted is tie following;
Two hundied and ten thousand numbers, representing
the certificates lanued. will be placed In one wheel and
three hundred and two tickets inscritcd with the names
thi nrmluuis (to wit the I Pel a House thren limi-
dred pain miss, and the oust of Lincoln) wi I be placed
in auotnt r. r 10111 mtsr thccic a umuuer .ir a pre
mium will be drawn simultaneously, the number drawn
in each instance, inking me premium uruivil witn it.
From the New YorkDailv "Tribune." August 27
THE CBOSbY ART 8CHFMK-A COREtCTlOsf.
Caiid to Wembeiis of the Crosbv OrBRA IIorsE Ai:t
AseoeiATiOK. The sale of ceitlflcutes In the Asmiclu
tion has elreadv been so great a to enable me to state
that the dhtribution ol premiums heretofore auuouuced
W'l canhercfore, assure the pub'ic that the award win
be made to utu ui ;iiu, u, uiuue remuuoa.
U. rf. CKOSBY, Actaary A, A.
Kftvins- the ntmoet confidence in the ability of Mr
CROSBY o carry out his enterprise, I hereby
iruarantee tuv uuucriuaina hb hvovu Hituuuiinra.
K SAMUEL M. MUKEK80X.
Special Card from the Committee.
1'Ue nnaersiifned, members of the Committee ap
pointed to superintend the
AWAKiING OF PREMIUMS TO MEUBIiRS
Crosby Opera House Art Association,
1 ake pleasure in etatiug that we have lull confidence
And In the respouribility of Mr. SAMUEL M.
Mt'KUntoN, his Kuuruutor, and assure the public
thut we boueve the abovo proposal will be earned
out in rood faith.
JAMES H. BO WEN,
l're-idcnt of Xhi d National Bauk, Chicago.
AYiOS T. HALL,
lreasurer C. B. & Q. R. R., Chicago.
J. C. DoKE, ,
President of the Board of Trade, Chicag.
J' 'residcnVfecond National Wank, Chioago.
JAMES C. J) AUUO.
MatiaDcr of Hie American Express, Chicago.
FKAM1S A. HOHUA.N,
i'x-l icu'enan: -Governor of Illinois,
Kmo. Hr'ggs & Co., Chicago.
E. O. HALL,
Halt. Kimlark & Co, Chicago.
In ordering ccrllflcateH u easi- name Ennroviii;! desired.
i tiie Vutriivini! I to be forwarded to nmuro in naictv
Ini'lnW two.ve cents lu stamps (or lulling Send dratts
it .itlice money orders, or greenhavka. wlih addrcaa of
i wn count' , aiid Maie. curefullv wrhten, as every cut-
iiii,.i.. 'aiuily n-glalered Address
tll,tuU,r ji 'citOPbY. No. .' linHDWAV.N, Y.
AIIIMlY In NEW Y IRK
No. ' APT IftSTITL'l'l!,, BROADWAY.
t. Tf. puair,
OI.K AGENT I ST riflLADEI.PIII .
8. V. corner of S1XTU and vllESNUT.
HIM CI U. C It I) TO THE RIADKR.
TIIE CROSLy OP 'IU HOI 'f AliT AHSOCf ATIOV
i no kIH enter;irise. ad mimt nut he conrminled wl.h
Dollar Gilt ciiuccrns, which lisve been advert Ued to
ke pisce ft the Opcr House without the uuthoiity or
consent of the proprietors
A FREE EXHIBITION.
collection of a Biimber of the paintings to be
awarded bh premiums lo mascribers will bo enhilnted
at ViIOlT'd AllT GALLEltY No. 1U2U CllNCT
Siieet'lor a short time only) enniineneing "n MuN
DAY, the 5d Instant, whore .ubscriplions will also be
r"lie collection will embrace HAKT'S ercat work en-
tU"!l "WOODS IN ACTUM S," valued at5C0O.
Works bv tho following emm'tit arum:
MOKAN, WAl GH. HAMILTON. VND LRWI4.
The Gallery will be open da ly to tbe Pubila until 10
o'clock P. 11. EHbE.
T. 13. PUG II
9 6 ns
AftXJiT FO THE ASflOCIATIOS.
gTATES UNION CLOTHING IIA.LL
606 MARKET Street, 006
Vl.Unt. wl I flnrl larao n1 var, ...... ....
' - . TJUI 1 111 U b VI fcijf
very best READY-MaDX CLOtHlMi at tlx lo.it
Bults, containing Coats, fants, and Vent, from $12 0
Dnstars, 2 2.1.
Pants trom 13 OA and higher.
Come and convince yourself? a. tiSUm
MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC.
R E M O V A L .
I. S. OUST Ell & SON
HAVE REMOVED TO
No. 726 ARCH Street, Below Eighth,
Where they have now on band a largo assortment ot
FALL MILLINERY GOODS,
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. 18 l.-.wsmlm
MRS. R. DILLON,
os. 323 and 33i SOUTH Street.
Has a handsome assortment of MILLINERY ; Mfsse
and Infants' Ha:s and Caps, Hilks, Velvets Crapes
Ribbons, l eathers, Flowers, Frames, etc.
JO. 1121 (JIUAKD .STREET
Being neatly fitted up, will open lor
OX THE FIItST OF "?EPTK.MBEB.
Two lone Con n nnlratlng Rooms oa the second lloor
well adapted lor a 'amlly. 82S
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
DINT TO TOBACCO CDEWBRS
WEDDING-CAKE FINE CUT
Tl.e onlv KIN E CC'i TCRACCO ever manufacture
rl'li I Vst. in tli Market.
E V Kit Y UO I) Y USES IT
Manufactured from the Best Leaf.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. f611
Factory, S. r. corner Hkoad and Waliacb Streets
rpilE r.F.ST FIVE CT.NT C'lGAl. IN THE CI TY.
D. P. MCDOWELL'S
Call and try thcm, nt
Kos. 51 and '17H SoutU SECOND Street.
The Reronstiucilnn CtRar, both iu n,ua'ln and quaa
tlty. is unsurpassed bv any tcu cent Clgut now sold iu
tills cit-. 813iuwflin
J3 A V G II ' S RAW BONE
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Tbe treat Fertilizer lor all croos. Quid In its actloc
and pumautnt in its tifects. Ettubushed over twelve
lieslern supplied bv the coryo. direct from the wharf
ot the maiiutiictorv, on liberal terms.
JJanuiuctured onlv by
BAUOII & SUX.S,
Office Ko. 20 South UELAWARB Avenue,
8 f-mwSrp Philadelphia
pER FECT ION
IS RARELY ATTAINED, TET
A. B. W. BULLARD'S
IMPROVED OIL SOAP.
Crease, Pailnt, Pitch, aud Vnrnlsli,
Fiom all Goods oi Durable Calors, is ahead of anythii.s
It leaves tbe Goods soft, and as perfect as whea ne
wl b no spot upon which dust can col ecr, as ia tbe case
with all tbe preparations heretoiore sold for ckianaina;
It Is delicately periumed snrt entirely free trom the
dlsarceub e od r of benzine, and all other reainoui
Ot this prepi.railen are extant thereltore be sura aw?
take none but that v. Iiich has the autograph of A. il. W ,
b V I.La hi) on Uie label.
Atanulactured by the Propiletors,
A. II. W. BULLARD & CO.,
Ueneral Agents lor Pennsylvania,
DYOTT & CO.,
No. m North SECOND Street, Philadelphia.
For sale bv all Iru,'lsts. 9 Sin
TF YOU WANT PERFECT SATISFACTION'
-I in every respect, bur the celebrated PRBSXON
COAn, Eub aud HtoTesizes. at 7 '16 perton. itrno. Ilii
genuine LaUI E VEIN COL. same sizes, same price,
und a verv flue quality of LEHIGH. Kit if and Move, at
H i,u n.r fon 1 seep nothlnn but the best. Orders re
celVen at No. 114 Hoiith 1 HIRB Street.
lORRAILUGS, BTORE FRONTS,
IRON BEDPTEADH, AND WIRE WORK,
In variety, manufactured by
M. WALKER & SONS'
3i0 6in8 Mo, 11 SorthBlSia et