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THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, MONDAY .QHNIgrGSEP.TiJMDlvlLiD.-:
Wrturtlnnton City. I. C.
W. J. MUBTAQ1I A CO., PUBLISUKIta
R r. HAN8GOM, EDITOR
MONDAY MORWniQ::t:.SBPTEMBER 10. 1866.
Signor Romiro, the Mexican Minister, who
was one of The PauiDKMT'a party on the
visit to Chicago, re tamed to Washington
yesterday, the business of hit embassy re
quiring his attention and the fatigues of the
Journey baying Imparted his health. The
truth Is, U. Romero found that this excur
sion of pleasure involved him, as well as all
others of the distinguished company, In
formidable labors, privations, and unrest.
He had supposed it would afford an agreea
ble relaxation from public duties and enable
hltn to rest and enjoy himself. Hut although
he enjoyed tho affair to a high degree, he did
not rest, lie reports that the ovations were
so overpowering and so constant that his teg
ulnr.habits of dining and sleeping were, per
force, thrown overboard for the time; and,
while he rejoices in the opportunities he had
to see the' great uprisings and outpourings of
the American people, he is conscious that
Lis physical organization has suffered some
They met crowds everywhere, upon whom
this foreign gentleman looked with wonder;
the enthusiasm of the masses also excited his
highest admiration. He was proud to be one
of the party, Jmt he cannot understand how
Tub Paesidint and Mr. Seward and the rest
jicoutd sustain the fatigues of the ovations
along their line of travel. They have no
quiet meals; they retire late, "and a general
hurly-burly rolls along their path. And yet
he would not have missed these grand de
monstrations for all the sacrifice he has made.
It was such an opportunity to meet the
American people face to face, and to wit
ness their demonstrations In perfect freedom
In favor of the Chief Magistrate of the He
public and the Commander-in-Chief of our
Army and Navy as would not soon occur
The testimony of Mr. Romero, an unbiassed
observer, although deeply interested from the
novelties of the scenes.be passed through, is
quite as convincing as anything else we have
heard or seen respecting the strength of the
popular demonstration in favor of 1 he I'cfjh
The Phitadclphians entertained the cx
fire-eater, Jack IIamiltox, and his confreres.
after the labors of the so-called Southern
Loyalist Convention were over, with a steam
boat excursion and a banquet, and Jack
after drinking his gill, entertained them in
turn with some spicy observations upon the
timidity and hypocrisy of Northern IU pub
licans. He told them, in effect, that they
had bilked tbe colored man, thus destroying
the chances of himself and his particular
friends of getting into office, and they bad
done it to secure their own election or re
election to Congress. After making these
pleasant statements in a loud speech to his
Northern friends, Jack ate a few more of
their sandwiches, drank a few more glasses
of wine, and left the boat
nanerMl Assassination of President John
on-Incitement about Town.
The city was filled last evening with ru
mors that FreBident Joiixsox had been assas
sinated during the afternoon, while going
from Chicago to St. Louis, The excitement
in consequence was very gieat. Tho rumor
spread to all the places of amusement and
other resorts, and was for a time beheed to
be true. Of course it was the topic of uni
versal conversation. Apprehension and sad
ncus settled over tho city. " Can so atro
cious an act be true t Has the good Presi
dent indeed fallen by the hand of the asgatx
BinT" were the interrogatories that passed
quickly from lip to Up.
The rumors, so far us could be ascertained,
came, it is said, from some of the telegraph
offices; but, on being traced up, no founda
tion whatever In truth could be found for
them. The whole affair was a Btupid, wicked,
malicious, witless hoax. That any person
could deliberately invent so mean and mon
strous a canard, is but another evidence that
tbe satanic in roan is unfortunately still vital
and unblushing. Jioton Putt, 8th.
Hexrv Ward BEEcnsa's farm and home
is thus described by a correspondent;
"The farm is about two miles east of the
railroad depot, and a beautiful site for a sum
mer residence. The residence is a lov-roofWl,
one story and a half building, and resembles
vprv much an old fashioned farm house. The
carriage house and barn and foreman'sresi
dence are all one edifice. In external ap
pearance this building Is more imposing than
Mr. Uueiber's bume. The farm consists of
about forty acres, und I am told Its cost may
be estimated atsJJO.OOO. WbenMr.Heecher
purchased It, it was coered with rocks and
atones, but he has made it bloom and blos
som with flowers, and so enriched itB soil that
it yields prodigious harvests. Tbe farm is a
garden. The whole of It has been sub soiled
twenty-six inches, and every Btone large or
small has been taken out and put into fences
or drulns. I never saw such vegetables and
fruit. He has four acres of onions, and last
Jr-ear sold 800 barrels. The foremau told me
iC sold lust jear about $6,000 worth of pro
duce from the place, Buch onions, beets,
squashes and dwarfed pears I necr In-To re
witnessed. One small pear tree not three
feet high had fifty-seven pears on it, and
many other trees seemed burdened with their
Cholera at Dcck Hill. The Central
flanfltr states upon tbe authority of a gen
tleman who arrived at ICuaciusko on JVidu
liwt that ''thirteen persons have died atlmck
Ulll station on Thursday, and live more
corpses were laying there unburied on Thurs
day night. Tba people had generally left
the place. Ureattrxcitement prevails among
the citizensalong the railroad in consequence
of the probability ot this dreadful scourge
making its appearance among them. The
citizens of Durant are making all possible
arrangements to prevent Its advent there."
iyfaCKSon (Jm.) Clarion, Sept. 4.
ajfxJCTrTiT. The Governor on yesterday
'addressed a communication to tho Supreme
Sourtof ,h United States, stating that in
nursoanoo ol u v" "."l7fTV.w,B,u'
dvof Virginia passed March 1,1600, "to
)roide for thw'Mwlfrn of the rights o. the
Jommoii wealth to Jurisdiction over tho conu.
les of Jeffers6n and Ilerkejey, J bad re-
allied Hon. D. It. Curtis, of floston, and
I -.Ith tn nr tail IPTiVU urcr l"u cwtu.
ties of Jeffers6n and IJerkeJey, ne nan re-
Go wared !. OtaU.
The CottntMtonr''of tlM General Land Office,
Hon. Jof. S. WUiod, Baa Jait race. red an Interest
log report from the Register aid Receiver of tba
Land Offieo at little Rook, Arkansas, In regard to
too mooreet of tha Stat.
Iron li foaod In atondane In all of the northern
eonMlal, and It laid to be of a to parlor quality.
Coal It ex tenet veiy ronid in the wattarn eoantUa,
and line In tha aonntlei of Lawrence, Marlon and
FaltoD. Tha bf it land art tboo bordering on tba
walereoanea. Tb great Valley cf tb Mliitwlppl,
propr, tm bracing 4 3(0 square mtlei, ( inparlor
for tha growth of cotton, corn, tobacco, hemp, and
tb cereals. Tb Arkaoiai Rlrar Valley, 5,(00
quart mllei, ti represented a tha beat cotton land
lo tha coantry. Tb araa of otbar valuable bottom
landi ara at folio : Red river. 1,160 square mllee:
Ooacblta rtrcr and branches, l.OOOj Whlta an J
blaek, rivers end Ibelr tributaries, 1,500; St.
Franota rWar, 1,500, Saline rlnr 250. Xh belt
of lend between thene river ara heavily wooded
uplands, Interffperied with small rictavelieTB.
Tb r turns from tb (Ho at Ltttt Rook abow
that tb eotrlti ara progressing for actaal lattta
mtst under lha homestead law.
Land wara dlfpoacd of at Ureenleai, Ultra., dor
log A ago it, to tb amount of 10,897 urea, as fol
low; For cash, 231 acres; with warrants, ZiO; with
Agricultural College terip, 8, Wot under tha bona
taad act, 1,190. At Taylor' Fall, Mlon , 2,155
acrei war disponed of daring tb taraa month, of
which 280 wara told for cash, and 613 wara taken
op nndar tha homeitead law, and 720 with war
rants Tba remainder was dtipoaad of with Agrl
caltaral College scrip.
Tb conscience fond of tb Treasury Depart mint
on Saturday last ru augmented by tb eontrlbu-
tlon, from an anonymous source, of tba bandiom
am of (40,775, of which $10,000 were In serin
thirty bondi, and the remainder la greenbacks.
The package waa neatly add rowed, and bore lb
postmark, Urbane, Oh to," bat was nnaccom
panted by anything which might lead to tb tJantU
Beatlon of tha person forwarding it, who had taken
the precaution of cutting oat the n amber on each
Caah let tha T,rery.
Tb following la a correct statement of the amount
of funds Id tb caih Tautts of tha United Stat
Treasury at tha cloe of tb week ending on tbe
8th lmt.: U. S legal Under notes. Urge, 9700,000,
small, $8,8S1,BS1 medium, J 100, 600; fractional
currency, $394,097; gold, $325,659; illrer, $J,5flO;
fire cent coin, $350, cents, $460; three cent coin,
$930, total, $10,440,709
One new national bank, tbe flrit at Fort Dodge,
Iowa, was establUbed lait week, making tbe total
number now In operation 1,653, to which tba Got.
ernoieot baa lecued an aggregate circulation of
$291,179,845, and for which It holds as security
tbe amount of $331,910,700, and for depoilti la
designated public depoiltorles the sum of $38,565,
Fractional ourrency to tbe amoont ot $330,100
was tail week printed by tbe Printing iMvision bf
tbe Treaaury Department. Durlnglhessme period
currency iw shipped to different point! amouotiog
to $253, 00m The amouot redeemed urlng tb
wtf k ww $230,858.
Disbursements on account of tbe Department! men
tloned were made by the Treasury last week as follows-
rTar, $2 418,376, Nary, $217,627, Interior
$509,106 Total, on account of the three depart
Receipt from Internal Ileeenue.
Tba receipts from Internal revenue on Saturday
lest were $1,201,568 50, and for the weekending
on that day $10,302. "28 83.
Pen, IVnell, and NclsHorts.
Wovder if Petroleum V. Nosby attended
the last PbllaJelphia Conreotlon !
In El rope the seat of war was patched up
by tbe needle gun with a lock stlteb.
Vm. R. Coopfr, the forger, tried and con-
rlcted at Philadelphia, has been sentenced to Ore
years Imprisonment In tbe penitentiary.
A very radical says the radical team will
be distanced la tbe next race, aa their leaders ara
afflieted with tba Botti.
"You cruel raant" exclaimed Mrs. Jones ;
my tears have no affect on you at all." "Wall,
drop them, my dear," said Jooes.
The latest mechanics' strike In this town
occurred In a blaekimlth'i shop, whrre the boas
pounded tba antlt with bl apprentice's head a few
There were four deaths by cholera at Hot
bury Poiot, near Boston, laH week. Tba diseue
waa supposed to bare been Imported in a eoaMaden
A. Oaket Haix, Esq., has written a com
edy of fashionable life, In which John Broatbam,
Edwin Adams, and James W. Wallack are to ap
It is understood that Mrs. Lincoln, wife of
the lata President, baa secured rooms at tbe Me
tropolitan Hotel, New York, and will spend tba
winter In tbe city, Ilerarriral has been delayed
by the accident to her young ion, at Chloago
Para Stevexs, of the Fifth avenue, and
Mr. Charles Delmonlco are contemplating tba ereo
tlon of hotels at Long Branch for next season. Tbey
are to build sooth of Stetson's and on tbe border
Hoc of Deal.
Thk rapid accumulation of gold in the
Treasury will, If continued, soon afford a metal I la
basis lr tha Treasury notes In circulation. It la
estimated that by the end of this month tbe Trees,
nry will bare nearly, If not quite, one hundred
millions lo gold.
Wk learn that Mr. John W. Tucker is
being urged lor tbe oomuUsIonershlp of the Second
ward, to All tbe recency occasioned by tbe death
of ibe lata Jaints W, Spauldlog. It would be diffi.
oult to select a better man for that place, and tbe
cltliens of tba ward will further tbeir publio Inter
aits In securing Mr. Tucker's appointment
A Hostoi gentleman, who was a passen
ger upin tbe steamboat train lait Paturday even
Ing.htid bis bat stolen from Iiq while tbe train w s
stopping at Web 4er, Mas. Juit as tbe train 'was
starting some unknown Individual thrust bis band
In at an opn window, seised tbe bat, and disap
peared In tbe dtrkneis
A stort is in circulation that the weekly
Cttittn U to be supprenned on the appearance of
our dally evening inane I hi il a uitiapprehen
sion. Tbe Citixen will continue to appear as at
prexent, every Saturday -nornlng and the Eirmng
Cttittn will be conducted in harmony with its
views and principles JV Y Cttttin.
At the tournament over in Giesboro last
week, one of tbe knights was named tba " Kolgbt
of Disappointment " lie proved to have been
rightly named, for while In mid career bis steed
made a sudden bolt at right angles from tbe eoorae
and smashed through a fence and a row of oar.
rlages, to the great dlsoomfltart of tbe rider
Taj! Commissioner of Agriculture Is busily
angaged In dlatiibutln; an excellent variety of
white Mediterranean wheat, Imported from Port
Mabon and propagated tba present season on tba
,ipriinentelfaroi, between Twelfth and fturteanth
JtrfitJ( (II,ad() tb product of wbih was forty
lght bl(b on ,,,, lb,q 0M Mr 0r Krou(, as we
,wn . M Qt DOf ptlrpBI( wb9 t engaged in tha
,wn by M Qt DOf ptlrpBI( WD9 fi annexed In tha
8oMB entlemtm fregh from Wwtm
Lincoln waa President, taferred, la tba eoursa of
ejonreraatlon, to a body of water tn Nebraska
which bora an Indian name signifying "weeping
water." Mr. Liaoola Instantly responded: ''As
'laughing water, according to Longfellow la
Minnehaha,' this evidently should bo'1 Mlnnaboo-
A jcstici or the riAci in Grant township,
Indiana ennnty, recently Issued a summons against
a man who bad Just died. Tha com table of tba
township took tbt sammons to tho bonse; lifted tho
sheet which covered the' corpse, and, against tha
protest of tha efflioted widow, actually read the
summons as though tba man were alive' lie al
leged that ha mult do ao la order to comply with
A DisriTcn has been sent to the press all
over tba country that tho municipal election at Wil
mington, Del., on Tuesday, resulted In tbe success
of tba radicals by an "Ino eaaed majority." Now,
tba truth is, as appears by tha official returns, that
Mr. Valentino, radical, was elected mayor by a
majority of only 231, while tha same party last
year carried the oily by a. majority of 495, showing
a radical losi of 2M on one of tba fullest votes ever
polled lo tha elty at a municipal election.
A ckrtain Madame Cretiswell, Infamously
celebrated In tba plays of Charles the Second's
time, died In Bridewell, and bequeathed X10 to
have a sermon preached, In wbloh nothing but
what was well of her should bo said. Tba sermon
Is said to have been written by tha Duke of Buck
ingham, and waa as follows: "All I shall say of bar
la this: She waa born wall, she married well, sbt
lived well, and she died well for she was born a
Bhed-well, man led to Creis-well, sba lived at
Clerken-wall, an,d died la Bride-welt "
A Ilorrlble AtTValr in Mont una A
Preacher .tfurtleraj a Kauailx Pro
prietor The Body Cooked anil
From tbe Heleaa (MietaLi) KepaMlcae, kna. 7 1
From reliable sources we learn the follow
ing particulars of a tragedy which has recently
taken place beyond the range, and which
would be worthy the time of the llorglas.
Some time In May last a man representing
himself to be a minister of tho Gospel (we
could not learn his name) stopped at an
Irishman's ranch, situated at Tobacco Plain,
on the road from Pend d'Oreillc lake to the
Kootenai mines. Here the reverend gentle
man remained quite a long luno. boon alter
he made his appearance the Irishman was
missed from tho locality, but as his place v as
in a remote portion of the county, and as
mountaineers are proverbially of a rambling
disposition, but little notice was taken of hU
In the meantime the quondam preacher
-stepped Into the shoes of his former host, be
came a vcniaiue ranciiero anu essueu to
keep fli public house, taking pains to Infonn
all inquiring friends of the proprietor that
he had bought out the Irishman, and that
the latter had gone to the loner country.
This seemed a plausible story, and was
readily believed until one day some friends
of the missing man, who had been culling at
the house and were afterwards searching for
their horses, found humen bones and a com
plete hand, upon which they distinguished
freckle murks. After this horrible diHotery
they demanded anexplanaiion from their late
ht, ami ner informed that the remains In
question bt'lotici'd to an Indian that had
bftn recently killed, and that he Mould burn
No sooner was the conversation ended than
the supposed ex-preacher commenced carry
ing his intention to rfCstroy the remains Into
effect, but the friends of the missing Irish
man, mistrusting that all was not right, de
terred him and commenced closely question
ing him. When finally driven to the wall ho
made such confessions as procd him to be
the most guilty wretch that ever disgraced
Hod's foot tool by hi, presence. He had
never bought the ranch, but had forged n bill
of ssie from his former landlord, and after
wardmurdered him. Notsatisfiod with (his,
our informant tells n he hacked him to
pieces und cooked the corpfo of the unfortu
nate man, and served it up in variously pre
pared dishes to travelers Bt op ping at his plat e.
We rejoice that the villainous hypocrite bad
The Glasgow (Scot.) Herald, of Augutt
23, says: "For the last three months or bo
Mr. lUjth, mining-engineer, has been em
ployed, on behalf of Air. Uuon, (Jotan Col
liery, prosecuting a bore in search of iron
stone on the estate of Sir William Stirling
Maxwell, of Pollok. The exuet position
where the work Is being carried on is in a
field at an angle of the road leading to Pol
lokskshawe, by Haguboose farm-steading
and Haggs Castle, and about midway be
tween these two places. Tor the lust week
it has been known to the workmen that gas
or fire-damn has been escaping from the bore,
and a few days ago they had to extinguish
an inconsiderable jet of it which had been
occidental! v limited. However, on Thursday
morning, about b o'clock, a more serious oc
currence ot me Baine nature took place. It
appears that one of tbe borers sat down on
a tool chest situated about 400 feet from the
bore, and proceeded to light his pipe. That
considerable distance was not out of reach
of the large volumeof fire-dump, however,
for no sooner was the match struck than the
Eoor fellow, who thought himself far out of
arm's way, was enveloped in a sheet of
tlarae; but he was only slightly burned on
the hands and face. Of course the tire was
conducted to tho fountain-head ut tho bore,
and there it was raging on Thursday night,
at 10 o'clock, anhoutd no efiVctual means
be found to put lTout, as it Is the opinion of
skilled persons that it may burn for a long
period months, pehaps years.
i i ii i wvraiiien tn-
deavored, with stout iron rodi, hlch ll.ey
uteil as rummers, to stop up the boro, but so
strong was tbe. rusb ofgos that three or four
sturdy men were blown aside. A tast-lron
boder, weighing several hundred welirht, us
then thrown on top of the llsioe, but it was
....! .j1......! !. .! ' ..: n'i
wnen ine nre or one out tue workmen tn-
u.Luiii,, iuii . IU..OM iiiiu tuu ir. il mi
not tue gas crucKcu it, anu nuu it got a good
bold of the stiir cluy around the boro, it would
probably burst Iiku a bombshell, end the
lonsenueuee to the workmen may bo 1
imagined 1 he boring apparatus having taken
fire nad to be torn down, and the rods loft in
the bore, which is two alid a quarter inch,
and has now attained a depth of 420 lect, ami
fmssed through the sandstone Btruta. There
s every confidence that the rods will be re
covered uninjured un the fire being got un
der, us it is only on the gas turning to tho
mrfiue and into tontiut nli tho uir that
toinbustion begius. The ruuring of the
ilaiiicH, which reach from I'D to ail feet in
height, is ery loud, and similar to Ihut pro
duced by the letting otf the Bteuiu from a
high pressure boiler. They are of very briN
tiirnt shades of blue, yellow, green, and
orange, and writhe and roll in a mauner that
no pyrotecluo display could equal, throwing
off before tbe wind ribbons of flame variously
0CT1UQ6 AT TUB WatKRTOWS FlRE. Tho
Journal states that at tho fire in the United
States Arserial grounds, in W'otertown, Hun
day, the new leading hose of steamer No. 10
and Ifose Company Np. 8, of this city, had
been laid iu Hue but a few minutes when it
was found that some scoundrel had cut it iu
five or six places. Further acts of tho kind
were preveuted by placing u guard " the
whole lino of hose running from the Boston
steamer, Tho Steamer and Hose Companies
3 and 8, which went from this city to tue fire
Sunday norning, did not ritorn until yeiter-djr.
Tlio President's Visit to
Stirring Address to MisHourlana.
St. Lons, Sept 9. A complimentary
banquet was given last night, at the Southern
Hotel, to President Johnson and his Cabi
net, tlen. Grant, Admiral Farragut.and the
Soon after being set down at the hotel, r
large crowd collected in Walnut street, and
called lustily for the President.
He answered that summons by appearing
on the portico, and delivered the following
Tn ratsiDTxt's irexrn.
Ft-LLOw-CrrliiKsorSr. Ioi'is: On being Intro
dneed to 'van tonlbt, H Is not for tha purpose of
making a tpeeeh It Is trne, t am proud to meet
so many of my feltow-ejsisens on this oeoaelon, and
under the favorable cmanvtances that I do so
I Cry" Mow ebon, onr British enbjects?"j We
will attend to John Bnll afterawhlle.eo far as that
Is concerned Laaghter and loud cheers I bare
stated that I am not here for tbe purpose of mak
ing a speech bat for being Introdaeed simply to
tender my eordlel thanks for the welcome that yon
fcavvglren to ma In your midst, f A voice .''Ten
thousand weleomes!" Hurrahs and cheers.
I thank yon I wish It was tn my power to ad
dress yea under faroraUeelrounislanees upon come
of tho Questions that agitate and distract tha pub
lic mind at this time questions which have grown
out of a fiery ordeal that we have passed through.
Tba time has rome when It seems to me that all
ought to ba prepared for peace. Tba rebellion being
supprssred and tbl shedding of blood being stopped,
tha sacrifice oft life suspended and stayed. It seems
that tba time has arrived-when wa should bare
peace, when tba blasdlog arteries should ba tied
up, A Toice " New Orleans." Oo on. Perhaps
If you bad a -word or two' on tba subject nf New
Orleaos yon might understand mora abont it than
yoa do. Laogbier and cheers. And If yon wilt
go back and ascertain tha cause of tha riot at Hew
Orleans, perhaps yr-a would not be so prompt la
calling Out "NewOrleans "
If you will take up tba riot at New Orleans and
trace It back to Its source or to Its (tamed late
cause, yoniwlllflnd ont who was responsible forth
blood that was abed there. If yoa will take np the
riot at New Orleans and trace It back to tbe radical
Congrew, great cheering and cries of " Bully,"
yon will find that the riot at Nrw Orleans was sub
stantially planned. If yon will tska np tbe pro
ceedings In their caucuses, yoa wilt understand
tbey tber knew cheers that a convention was to
b celled which was ex tine by its power having
expired that It was said that tba Intention was
that a new government was to be organised, and In
tba organisation of that government tha Intention
was to enfranchise one portion of tba population
cat lad tba colored population, who had just been
emancipated, and at tbe same time disfranchise
white men. (Great cheer fog.
Whn nil ilaatsn In tallr ihAiilNan.lHiitaiHi.
If onion yoa ought to understand what yoa are bilk
ing about n sen yoa read tbe epaeebes tnat war
make, or take up tba facts, on Friday and Satur
day before tbat convention sat, you will tben find
that tbe speeches were Incendiary in their character
and tnottlogthe black population to arm themselves
and prepare Tor the eheddlns; of blood A voice,
"That's so,11 and cheers 1 You wll also nd tbat
ibe oonventlon did asemble In vlotatlon of law, and
the jotentlooof that convention was to supercede
the recognised authorities In the Stat government
of Louisiana, which bad been recognised by tbe
Ooveromentof tbe United States, and every man
engazed In that rebellion In that oonventlon with
tbe Intention of superceding and upturning the clvl
government which had been recognised bv tbeOor
eminent of the United Slates. Iatht he was a
Imiicr to tbe ,'onlltullnn of Ibe United State,
cheers, and hence yoa find that another rebellion
w omuieneed hiving its origin In tba radloal
Tliee men were ti go Ibere A government was
to be orgxnlieJ, and the one in exUtence tn Louisi
ana was to be surpended.ret arfrie and overthrown.
Yon say yon talk to ma about New Orleans Sup
pone the question sboutd eime up when they
had eittbllibed ttelr.government question of
political power .which of the two governments was
to be reoognlie'l? A new government. Inaugurated
under this defunct convention, sit In violation of
ollew ant wjthont the will of the people Tben,
when Ihey had etab1libed tbetr government, and
extended universal anl Impartial franebbe, as they
called It, tn this colored population, the radical
Congrees was to determine that a government es
tnbllpbed on nepro Voles was to be the government
of Louisiana. Voices J Never!" and cheers and
So much for tbe New Orleans riots; and there was
the origin of tbe blmd that was shed, and every
dnp or It Is upon -their skl-ts, and they are re
sponslhle forlt, Cheer-. I could test this thing
a little farther, but will uot do It here tonight;
but when you talk about New Orleans and talk
about tbe causes and cns quences that resulted
from tbe proceeding of that kind, perhaps as I have
provoked quetulom of that kind, though It does not
provoke me, I will tell von a, few wbleome things
tbat have been done by the radloal Congress
In conr action with New Orleans and the exten
sion of the electee franchise I know that I have
bean tradoced and abused I know this came In
advance of me here. You have beard tbat I bare
attempted to exercise an arbitrary power In resist
ing laws that were attempted to be cl forced upon
tbe Government cbeem and cries of MHear.M
tbat I had exerclieil thavalo power "Bully for
y u "' tbat I bad abandoned the party tbat elected
me, and that I waa a traitor, cheers J became X
exercised thereto power in attempting to, and did
for a time, arrest a bill that waa called a Freed
men's Bureau bill. Cheers Yes. tbat I was a
tralfor' And I have been traduced, X bar been
slandered, I bav been called Judas Iscarlot for
Now, my countrymen, It Is very easy to indulge
In epithets. It Is easy to call a man Judas, and to
cry out traitor) but when be Is called upon to give
arguments and facts be Is very often foond want
ing. Judas Iscarlot' Oh yes, there waa a Judas,
and one of tbe twelve apoiltcs, and tbe apoitles bad
a Christ. A Voice, "And a Moses ' If I have
(laved tbe Judas who has been my Christ that I
bav played the Judas with1 Was It Tbad. Ste.
vens? Was It Charles Sumner9 Was It Wendell
Phillip? I Hisses and cheers 1 Ara theia ih
' lb1 compare tbemoelvee with the Saviour, while
Trjvuuj nuu uiutn huh mem in opinion ana
tries to arrest their nefarious policy Is to be de
nounced as a JuJai? (Hurrahs and cheers Tor
In tbe dajs when there were twelve apostles, and
when there were Judeen, there were unbelievers.
(lroans for Fletcher Yes, oh yes, unbelievers In
Christ men who nerteciilel and ilAnrlerml n.l
brucht blm before Pontius Pilate, and oraferr.!
ei,ftrges, aod on remned, and nut blm to death on
1 lh. ,', , ,.,i,fy .h.,a..h.. a ihll ..". p."
tacilng, Jlabollo.l, iwfurlom eln to-dny would
pen.outt nJ ilml tb, blood or Innocent ra.n to
1 omyout tlelr uqtoN.
I ..' nrd " tbt, rod n; w. hd
?" Vi - .f 7. 1 .'" ""7. '"..
Mom, and I know ouietlm.i It bai b. n Id thai
j ,uj b, , Mo, , tn, ,,,
man tthv. I
have labored ay much In the eauie of emancipation
ait any other mortal man living, hut while 1 bne
striven te emancipate the colored inxn I have Mi
as I now feel thiit we have a great many white inea
who want emancipation Lnughier and cheer. J
There Is a set amongst yon who have shuckle on
bolr limb, hiiJ ire a much under the will and
control uf their nuiters as tbe colored men lately
I call upon you tonigbt, as freemen, to favor tbe
emancipation of ibe while imin as wr es the col.
orej man Cnugrers contend that the President
U wrrii g,liroHiie he vetoed (he rieetlmen'ii Durenu
bill, mi J beraue be rhone to eiftrctxe tbe veto
itwrr he CiMUtniited a bigh nfffine, and ought lo
be lmaphe'l ("waver!''
Yes, )e, tbey are realy to 1iuiecti him, end
lt them try it1 if they were etifiel thev bad
the next Cmigreie by h dec i Jed a uiiijunty as lbii,
upon some pretest "r other they would vaoata tbe
Departments f the United Mates. It has been
my peeullar misfortune to have fierce opposition
because I have always strurlt my blows direct and
fought with right and tbe Constitution on my side
The President eontlnued his speech at great
President Jaliueou luvle4 to New Or lean e
-Ota, IIira llelleved A Nmm Veeeel Keut
Niw OntBANi. Sept 8 Mayor Monroe and
other prominent city and State officials forwarded
a telegram to the President, Inviting blot and the
distinguished states meo,- soldiers, and civilians who
accompany blm to entend tbe rreidentfel trip
ttirnugh tbe country, to Include tbii Plate and city.
A bureau circular Issued to day announces Oen,
FberUan as temporary Commissioner of tba Freed
men's Bureau for tbe State, Oen, Balrd having
been relit ed from tbat position at bis own reqoe-t.
The steamer Cboeura left Penieoula on tbe 1st
for Tampteo and tha Rio Orasde, to protect Amir
UaB (qtsriitl la laOif lOOelitisi.
; . to ''it
The .National Binblicaii.
NEWS BY THE 'CABLE.
DlfflcaltleslB rrassUa Rteoaslraetton
GLADSTONE SUPPORTING DERBY
FESUN ABM8 SEIZED JN-LITEBPOOL
. m .
A F F A I rViN IT XT T .
RESIGNATION OF E4RL COW LET.
Hoad, Centre of the Chinese
ARRIVAL OE THE GREAT EASTERN.
TflE SECOND CABLE SECURE
BATTLE IN SOUTH AMERICA.
INTERESTING KR0H CHILI AM) PERU
Dy the Cable to tbe Associated Frees,
BsBLtir, Friday, Sept. 7 Evening -Ib ' Pmi
alan Chamber of Deputies passed a bill for tha an
neiatton of HanoTer, Ilasse, Nassau, and Atba city
Tbe bill for tbe annexation of B ohleswlg and Hoi.
stein has lean cent la by Count Bismarck.
The German Gaxettt and Belgian press ara bos
tile to these movements, and fears for tha future
ara entertain ad.
LiTxarooi Saturday, Sept. 8 Noon Tha
steamship Java sailed to-day for New York, with
290,000 In gold. '
Los do, Saturday, Sept. 7 .Noon Lord North
biook, formerly Sir John Barring, died to-day.
Qladitooe, tn a speech delivered at Salisbury last
evening, urged upon tha Llberallsts to support any
good reform bill which should be brought forward
In parliament by tbe Derby administration.
Liverpool, Saturday. Sept 8 noon. A quan
tity of Fenian munitions of war bare been sailed
Flobikci, Saturday, Sept. 8, a. m. It ti ru
mored that tha Cabinet had tendered their resigna
tion to the Kiag. The JVoe-sa wys tbat until after
a rota in Venetla no obange will ba made In tba
political and military administration of that portion
Vienna, Saturday, Sept. 8, a. faThe jaxon
Royal family bava bald a council on tbe Intention
of the King to abdicate Tba result linot stated
Pius, Saturday, Sept 8nooaEarl Cowley
bee resigned his position as British Ambassador to
Smsatiai, Aug. 0, via London, Sept. 9, a tn.
Tbe chief of tba pirates in tha China seas has been
London, Sept. 8, noon. Consols are quoted at
69) fur money. UnltedBtates Flro-TwenUci, 72.
Erie railway, 45. Illinois Central, 78J.
Liverpool, Sept. 6, noon. Cotton steady aod
unchanged. Sales today about 10,000 bales.
Middling Uplands are quoted at 13d. Breads tuffs
firm. 'Tallow firm.
Iitterestinsr Newi from Mouth America
IWbele Defeated ettChlriqal Havenuuls
of die Spaulib Fleet Peruvian Affaire,
New Yobk, Sept 9 The steamer Henry Chaoo-
oey, Iroin Asplnwall on the 1st instant, brings
$1,070,000 In treasure
Tbe rebels at Chlrlqul hare been defeated, and
theer leader and the commander of the Government
forces were among the killed.
The new Chilian man-of-war Nashannock has ar
rived at Valparaiso, from Philadelphia. She passed
the Chilian man-of-war Isabella tn tbe straits. She
also passed the Spanish ship Resolution, with nearly
alt on board sick with tho scarry, and without
water and short of provision.
Tbe loan finally contracted for by Chill amounts
Toe Chilian government bas sent orders to Its
Minister to tbe Argentine government to propose
to the Spanish Admiral money on exchange of
The revolutionary movement at Pono, In Peru,
has been speedily suppressed,
The Italian ship Cannba Cavonr bas arrived at
Callao from Macao with fire hundred coolies.- One
hundred and thirty died on the passage,
Commandant Montcro and all the officers of tbe
Peruvian navy who refused to acknowledge tbe ap
pointment or. Vice Admiral Tucker have been
brought to Callao aa prisoners
Tucker has not yet assumed command and prob
ably never will
An unknown American was fonnd murdered at
Fowler's Hotel, Asplnwall, with bis bead severed
from bis body.
Purser Smith, of the sUamer.Cbamploo, dial at
Asplnwall on the 30tb uf August! '
The United (Hates war steamers Mabrngo and
Wataree are at Panama.
Tbe ne.w( Columbian war steamer Boltrer(J from
England, has not been beard from, and It Is proba
ble she Is lost
The IMeet Exploit of the Ureat Bmateru
Her CoutplaU Susctn In Cable LytuK
Heart's Contest, Sept. 8 r-tnoe Sunday morn
ing un iiterropied success has followed tbe Great
Extern, and she laid the rhora end of the cable of
1P05 on Saturday evening at four o'clock, under a
salute from tbe ships of war Iu tbe harbor and
tremendous cheers from a Isrge crowd of enthuil.
astio spectators assembled here from, all parts to
witness this second triumph of ocean telegraphy,
which II even greater than tbat of July 27
Tbe electrical condition of this cable Is most
perfect, aod manages are now being sent and re
ceived over It
Tbe Great Eastern arrived at Rendeirons bay,
Uly fire mile from here, at 8 o'clock on Friday
evening, where she was met by tbe Terrible, Lilly,
and Margaretto Stevenum, which accompanied her
up the bay The nlsht was dark, but fine, and
everything went on staOothly
The steamer Hank, with a laige party on board
from St. John's, arrived to-day, bringing a depu
tation of tbe Chamber of Commerce of bt. John's
to present congratulatory addrerses, do
Tha Great Eastern sails on Sunday for England.
The Medway also leaves on Sunday for tbe Gulf of
St. Lawrence with Messrs. Cyras W. Field aad A.
M. Meokey on board to lay a seoond cable from
Fort An Bosque to Aipy Bay. Tha Medway ts ac
companied by tbe Terrible and Lily,
Tba cable ball comes off at St. Johns on Tuesday
Choler lucreaelug; la Itlcbmond
Richmond, Sept. 0 Tbe cholera Is on the In
crease here. The board of health this afternoon
reports elsven oases slnoe 1'rldy evening. The
mortality Is not stated, Tbe (Urease Is chiefly con
fined to tbe negroes. On and after to-morrow tha
sals of melons, flib, and grssa corn wUlbs vrohjb
by the rbnd.spfcfe--.Hnli lUamlltem
cJUrmtee the NerlSkerw ItwelteAle-Aa. Kqwlr
esd ,Compllneea.t Paid 7tnIarer Me
MlehaaV? Y ' I
, FiilAdblVbiA, Sept. 8.-.Ttti morning, porta
ant to an Invitation extended by tha Union League,
a large number of the delegates' te tee Convention
of Boulbara Unionists .toftk-paaaage at Cbestnat
street wharf on tbe steamer John A. Warner, wbloh
had been specially chartered by the League for a
visit to tbe Iron-clad navv at League Island.
The leading spirits et ths'ConrfitlotTsre on
ocara, ana tne honors or me occasion were nooe ey
Mayor MeMlebael and Charles Qlbbons,vpresldent
of the League Cabv n arriving at League Island
an effort waa made to board the new Ironsides and
Dictator, but for some res son tt did not succeed,
aod .the delegates were forced to view these seadogs
at a distance.
Tbe steamer kept etTdown the river a mile or
two beyond tbe mouth of tbe Schuylkill, aod tben
started, on the retutn Irtp.'J After a collation Mayor
McMIohaelsald. .- ' i
"(kntlemen: However much, I may-bars re
gretted my absence from tbe city some .tea days
ago, I shall have no cause to regret nay presence en
this day Applause. I may say we are all greatly
delighted to hare bad you with t)it and more than
this, wa are all delighted with what ye have done.
Pheers.J We will show yon by onr rotes la the
October elections, as we have already shown yon
by onr voices, that oof sympathies are wholly with
the loyal men of, tbe South. Wa appreciate the
sufferings yoa bare endored during the'war. and
we will show yoa by oar ballots, as we have al
ready shown yea by ear bullets, that we are on
your side. Cheers J Tbe moral sense of the great
American people baa been so moved by wbat you.
have endured tbat tbey are with yon aod .for; yon
heart and soul, Cheers. As to President Jobs
son, his eoursa daring the put six months has done
more to strengthen tbe bands of lhe iBepobllsan
party than ail Ite chosen leaders hare been able to
accomplish, Cheers J Although X do sot wish to
peak disrespectfully of the PreiUent of the United
States, I will say Ood forbid tbat another man
should erer'be seated In the Presidential chair
who would so far forget his principles aod pledges
as President Johnson has dons.- (Cheeraj 'And
God forbid tbat wo should ever again hare a Secre
tary of State who would degrade his high office In
tbe way tbat tha present eoe does.
We all now Join our hearts, oof hands, and ear
rolees lo tendering yoa an earnest welcome; and If
Tan if r vuuiv piuuugii u , w niii try oar
best to treat yoa even better than we bare this
Tbe Mayor then pushed bis way outof the crowd,
wbloh Joined la hearty cheers for hi Honor and the
Union league. i
Col. .Moes, of MUsoeri. then proposed tbe follow
log toast: "Oar Philadelphia friends who hare
bestowed upon ns every .icourteey that we could
ask; tbe Mayor of(FMIade1phla, who came home
when loval men came Into town, and the neonla of
Philadelphia who take care of themselves without
tbe aid of a mayor, when rebels are among them.'
The toast was drnnk, aod a great err was rajied
for Gov. Hamilton, who appeared at the table aod
poke aa follows:.
Gsrtlbmbn: Wben,we met hereto convention,
we loyal meo of tbe South expected to find no ob
struction to outspoken expression of feeling, but
Judge of my surprise aad disappointment when I
found here a few Northern men who thought more
of tbelrown elections to Congress than tbey did of
alleviating our condition at home. They aay tbat
If we expressed ourselves In an open manner, they
feared tbey would lose their elections a the North.
But we bare no such fears. Cheers We were
anxious to do Impartial JnsUoe to all men, placing
ourselves on tbe broad rock i. of eternal truth.
I Cheers Men made In the Image of their Ood
tad been kept In slavery for1 two hundred years,
but they hare at last been made free and brought
Into tbe fold of tbe Union as freemen. Why should
Frederick Douglass be deniedany right tbat Is
enooyed by one of ns f Ob, bat tbey say, It Is not
expedient But I bare learned by tbe sad expe
rience of Ave years tbat truth Is tba fittest thing to
be spoken on attoccaalons. Justice baa never suf
fered In tbe sight of God. Cheers.
" Let as, then, no longer give oar enemies In the
Old World tbe right to say : foa proclaim freedom
and justice to all man but tn your practice give
tbe lie to your profe-sion. Chrers 1 Oar great
example bas done much to alleviate the condition
of tha downtrodden of tbe Booth t and now, by
the grase of God, every man tn oar midst who has
a true heart and Is wllllpg to shed bit blood for tba
salvation of bli country, of whatsoever nationality
or color he may be, Is onr brother, our friend, our
fallow-eltlaen, and entitled as such to tbe same
privileges aa any one of as."
Governor Hamilton then retired amid great ap
P10"' ... .
A large meeting held to-nlgbt lo front oftbc
Unln League House was addressed by Carl Shun,
who reviewed tha situation of affairs and tbe party
of tbe President.
Tbe demonstration waa very enthusiastic.
Courtealee to Our Wary.
Halifax, Sept. 8 The flagship 11 bode Island,
Commander Fairfax, with Hear Admiral Palmar on
board, sailed yesterday at 6 p m. During the Ad
miral's and officers' visit here they bare been tha
recipients ot marked courtages from Sir -Fenwlck
Williams, whose guests they were, and also from
Vice Admiral Sir James Hope, Major General Doyle,
and the officers of the garrison and fleet, and from
leading eltUens. -Admiral Palmer and tbe officers
of tbe Hhode Island; express themselves highly
gratified with tbe courtesies shown them. 'Ihey
were honored with a parting salute from the Citadel
and flagship. f . $ , ,
FateJ Dwel Between wn KUlltor and Post-
Little Rocr, Ack., Sept 6. A doe waa fought
early this morning between Walter Coggswell, post
master at Wayne, and J T. Wright, editor of the
Wayne Gaxettt Toetr weapons were swords tha
cause, Jealousy. Both were frightfully mangled,
having tought until the toss of blood caused them
to faint Both will die.
kpeel&l Meeeae;e of Got. Btr.
Columbia, 8. 0., Sept. 8Qov. Orr, to a special
message, will recommend to the LegiaUture the
acceptance by tbe State of tbe provisions of the
act of Congress of 18S2, donating lands to States
and Territories, for tbe establishment of agricultu
ral coinage. He estimates tbat the Slate can re
alise $100,000 from tbe sale of scrip.
Visit of Counsel lo Jeff. UatIo.
Fortress Monroe, Sept. 7 Win. B. Read, of
Philadelphia, one of Jeff. Darts' counsel, arrived
here early this morning; and was In consultation
with his client nearly all day. The object of bis
rislt, beyond a mere private professional one, li no
known. Death or UUttuuulsbeil PsUladeipbUu.
PBiLAnaLPBjA, Sept. 8.M.iW. Baldwin, sen'or
proprietor of the Locomotive Works, died last nig lit
near this city. His partner, Matbew Balrd, Is on
his wsy home from Kurope, having been recalled by
dispatch through the cable.
Uread and flutter Tendered to the loyalists.
New Brunswick, N, J., bept. 8. Tbe Common
Council adopted resolution! Instructing the Mayor
to reoelva, welcome, and oare for tba southern del
egates, as a mark of lore, honor, and esteem for
true men of tbe South.
Kulhueiastle Itcceptlou of the Preeldeut Iu
St, Locis, Sept. 8 Tb Praaldent was received
with much enthusiasm at Alton and this city to
day. Speeches were made by the President and
Trot tin a; Match.
Chicago, Sept. 6 -.The trot to-day between But
ler aod Dexter waa won by tba former. Time
2.331; 2.27, 2.261. On the third beat Dexter was
Geueiat Meade ,
BorrALO, Sept. 8. General Meade arrived here
to-day from Chicago, He remains until Monday,
Healtiiof Napoleon. A luris,lcUersays
that the lunperur Napoleon is sullenng from
diabetes, accompanied by attacks of faint in
fits, which sometimes last for a consiUorablo
time. Hucli is the certainty with which a
catastrpphe Is expected at HL Cloud that the
officers on guard at the palace, on being sud
denly called out to present arms to the Em
fires or Mexico, exclaimed: "He is dead! lie
s deudl" iancying that Ills Majesty was no
more. Therejs now a general anxiety In the
publio mind. Bothfrknds and enemies of
the present dynasty look with awe at the
probability of a general unset. Napoleon
tbe Third's government jtashcen one of such
a personal character that it would seem that
he once away the whole machinery must
come to a sudden stop.
W 11 Cooraa. A j Kiuia
CO O P II & HAQAN,
6TOVI, TIH AKD BUEW-ISOM.VrOliKERS,
m sa.i.Bta tci.ii, boi. r.aa't jt. ,
49 Particular auaalton. paid lo n,alrisf FaisaaM,
, Pajl BlttUI, ., U IU W VVttS.lt1.
AdmitUa- If fcrtkera Bclegatetj.
A Tcry amusing episode occurred yester
day in the lladical Convention at FhiladeU
Ebia, which reads somewhat strannly com
ig from the "reconstrncUd." A motion
wa made lo rrctivt tht drltgntt from
'Korthtrn Statu I The consideration of this
was mored to be postponed until after the
adoption of the address. Considerable re
mark waa indulged in, to the effect that the
Southern delegates had better transact their
own business, and that, It might result In
disaster and -bad -Ceding if , the Northern
members were, let in. Assurance was
promptly gitcn by prominent Southern
leaders that It was not intended to permit
them to participate In the deliberations, bnt
only to sit In 'the 'contention and have"
good time all together." With this under
standing a committee of Are was appointed
to wait upon the "mudsills" and make ar
rangeincnts.for the proposed "good time."
When wo' recall the course pursued by tho
lut Congress with reference to admitting
Southern 'Representatives, and the mnch-,
mooted point aa to whether the Southern
States' trero entitled to a rolce in the national
counclls,"eTen "to hare good time" there,
the. abore action at Philadelphia assumes an
aspect of mingled hmors and sarcasm which
cannot 'fall to strike the unprejudiced ob
server vcry.forcibiy. Buffalo Commercial.
i J:Foit'"sAX,rj'oit- rent; '
T?OIl UBNT. A NEW OOTTAOE
1 UOCSIjari ta froat Malalalar aatea room..
PoiiaaaLlo. si. a lmn.dLt.Ir. Applj oa taa vramLM,
837 Maaah-u areas., balwH. FoarUaath aad Flf
laaata atoata. aalO-St
poll" BALK A FILE OF TilE DA1CY
I niTIO.fiL BEPOBUCIR, (oatwiad,) hom lh.
flrtt U.aa, Vov. S0, UtriO,to tlv. praMatdav. Addra.i,
JT, 8. X., at tbla offlca, mT-U
EOE SALE, WITH OB WITHOUT,
THirnKNITOBtA FIRST CUSS DWILLMO
ISS, la riril ward. XnXj I.
'- lis. 0. KconiEi co
aaS.lw ABetloa'raaad Com al.rchaat..
-C10R8ALK IN THE FIRST WARD A
-T LtBOl THItlC-lXD.t.HlLT STOat BKICK
HOtrsi, THIBTIIB BOOMS, KITCBS.1, L1ROS
DIHIHO BOON ASM HILL, W.TB L1BG1 OILLAK
DBDBB TBI JVnoLI 110081 Ti. lot iBataiaa ot.r
11,000 r.at of froaad,aad.r calllTa.loB, with. trap.
TlB..,frBlilrM.hrah.,Swtr., Aa, Oaa aad wawr
throaf hoot lha hoBaa. It la a Snt.claii rafldaaM,aad
I. la .aaof tha Sbmi loeatloB. latb. oly. Addraaa 8.
H. J..atlhlBoB,a. N ris if
yrOUNG LADIES' SEMINARY,
4i; Thlrluath .traat, UIwmb O aad H.
BOAHDtHO A1CD DAT SCHOOL.
Tba Jail., ot tbl. laatltottca will aommaao. Bap
UmUrlO. rr all. alar, applr at tba 6P.M1XAEV, or addrana lh.
Hiss il 1. lUHBovaa.
Wahlast0B, D. C.
COLUMMAN OOLLEQE, WASHING
TO."C, D. O.
Tha aavaral d.partmaala will opB aa follow, t
Pr.paratorr U.parlmaat. WSBBSSOAT, 6ptamlfar
Acad.mlo DpartmBt. WBDHtsDAT, Baptambar
Law Sapartmeal, WKOXBDAT, Oclobar lh.
M.dlcal U.partla.Bl, HOBDAY, Oetohar lath.
For faitbar lafortaaliOB, addraa.
O. W. SAMSON, D. D ,
ia laws." Pnaidaal.
TT work fgr lha (Jot. ramaat Spplr to Mr F OS,
.1 Fort'.Thatra,.n').Biha!rat,naar r ."ar, aaraa.
IV'.lsht dollar par month aad oaa ratios parar,
CIIAS. 1 TOUPKUli,
Brarat tiilsadl-r Oaoaral aad
S1w QBarUrmaar, U.8 A.
ZAOH. U. 11KOOKK.
jusrics op mi pitra abd commissiobee
Otrics-Bo. 114 8TBIET,
BSTVBKS FurCTKBaTB ABO irTBKXTl,
K.arof Wlll.rd.' UoUI. aa7 If
OC1IOOL BOOKS! SULIOOL BOOKS!
Taaa nolle, tbat McCOHlf BLL IIIBBKST'S, SS
Slh itret,opor)ii tha PoitOfflea.l tba ptaea lo
bur y0' School Book.), HUUi, Fpr, Pam, aad Ink.
OYOE'S LAUIKS' AND (JEN'JS' IOK
CKKAM AHD DlNina KUOMS. No 42SPid9tI
qU aviaat. bIWMa Foarsii.d a.h-lf ml Bis.h
Tha lirrtt mi noolett PI HI NO ROOM, tb moit k
teailta HILL or FAEK,anil lb LWEST PRICKS la
tb tj, TABLW HO AKD. twantfBfa dotlara par
month, with caolca from BlU of Fart, aad mali at all
Opaa frD 4 o'clock a. m ontll 10 p. m.
: - If O LIQUOR SOLD. -
Ia Craam, Wnltr le, CoaftcUonarj, aad efcotea
Pa-try eoa.Untlf a haad. aa!4lu
A W Y E It
PURE AMDHOSIAL VEGETABLE COMPOUND,
FOB feHAVlWa AMD TBS TOILET.
A onaajT ahirica discoviht.
Mo otbar Soap, ford fa or domattic, baa artr baaa
offered which maati tba pallia Wtvau as ooaipUulr aa
thUaxMlIaat Conpooatl. Tbni far tt kaeta U na
parallalad. aad It aow bide fair to taka prteediaca of all
othare la tba market.
Bold br KIDWELL h SOM,
aoi SSdBatreat. aear FoarUaatb.
E W B1VBK LINE.
Tbafiaaeteamtr WAWA8KT will la&rti Wuh.nt.t.
oa every Frldev aaoralaf at elx o'clock for Carrloaaa.
ltftaralaf, will Ubto Carrlotnaa at tt a o'clock Bandar
morelnf , arrlTlaa; at Wuhlafton early tbat Tea Id a
Bha will toacb et all Laadtaae for frdcbl and paoea
gere, which wtllbe Ukeaat THE LUW18T POSSIBLE
Far fralf bt or paaiar a arplv to
JO UN VAJf BIS WICK.
Qeaerat Bu peri a tend en t P. F. Co.,
BTioth fitraat Wharf.
4bW)a Taeidar, tba Uth laitant, ba wilt commanca
to u.ke her Mmf. weekly tripe. UaTlaa Waehrngtoa oa
TOMdaya and Fridaye, rataralnr oa Woliaed-re aad
Baadsre John VAN BI8W1CK.
cg'if Star and Coa Paloa
r)1.01'OSAL8 FOU TOI1AOOO.
OfricaDapoTCoimiMAaT or BcB'a.Ttci, J
n iiiUTuai. , u .?( 0a laoo. 1
by tho qnderilcnd, will ba received at IhU offlca until
la o'clock n .oa TUUBUDAT, th Inetant for
(o.OOO)FlV TIIOUbAAOPOUHbii OF TOBACCO
for the uee of thoiroope eapptlej frou IhU depot It
mail b a good, coaod art l U of pins tobacco, a netr
aa roeelblala iloflapouid plnff, ofaqnailty not
Inferior to tbo grade aommonlF callrd "3nvy PJo."
Ike boxes will be made of atronjc aobataell! wood,
well coopered, and each boxtoeoatata flfij (W) ponnd
act. Tare lo b caranUf aerortalned by eirlpplnif a
.olHclenlaamberofboxe Tba tobuco will be thor
onghly lueiecled by aa axptrleneed eipert, aad none
reacted wblih dooe not comply la iaality aad weight
with Ibe foreoluj condition. In alt cases It wUl ba
pure hi ted 'Tax paid."
Bauplee will at-eoinpaay tba propoeali, aad tha cer
tificate or the liepector aeUeted by tha ondcralf aod will
ba attached lo each bill of parcbaie.
Tbo name of tba contractor aad data of traafor, troie
wsflt and tare, to ba nark legibly on etch box j one
bill to ba delivered within ibltly lays from th- accept
ancaofthobldad lbs rema adcr before the 21lki of
It will ba received la this elty at either of tho follow
lug places, Ut
AttheUovernment Wttehotuee, Sixth street wharf;
st the tfonaiaent Grounds, Fuarlaenth street! or at the
Baltimore aad Ohio Hal road Depot.
Paymeut to to made la uih fund ss may boon hand
wl. 1 luyvri'I IH uisuiicaaiar, vs IV1 IV1U1 luimsuei
for dUbaraemsni, upon Ibe delivery of he entire
atuvuti V"UI(U ivr,
If .J or endT. 8(U H ray
It P'H A N 8 COURT.
DIBTRIOT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINQTON CODMTT
To Wit i
Id the ca of George II Foiter, administrator of
Aug tut Ueysr. deoesied, the admlnf.lrnlor sforeeald
has. with tbe approbation of the Orphans' Court of
Washington (Joonly afyre.ald, appointed Sstarday. the
let of September ntxl.for the Boa! esttleineat and dlatrt
bntlon of the perional relate of said deceased, aod of the
n-acti la band.as far as the as me have been collected and
turned lalo mosey; when aod where all Ihe creditors
and blrt of said decerned are aotlBed to attend, with
their clalmi properly vouched, or they may otberwlee
by law be eiolnled from all beaettl la said dsceaaed'a
eetatet provided a copy of this order be pablUhed once
a week for three weeke U the Hatial Bsrcauoix
prevloas to the said day. m m
Teit Z. 0. BOBBINS,
euli.wSw Bsglaterof WUle.
V Afopit 4 1P66.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. WAStUMOTOM CO DAT V
To WIT I
la the ski of Christopher W. Laaadale.adm(Blstrstor
of Thomas Coaaor,deceesed.tbe admUletrator afore
tald has, with Ibe approbation of Ihe Orphans' Court of
WaiblagtoB Coanty aforeitld, appointed eATURDAT
Ihe let day of tjeptembcr Beat, fur Ibe Dual settle tne o
BBd ilUtribul'Oa of IU personal ealste of (aid decerned
sad of the it 1b band, at fsr a tba tot tuve be a
cjllected and tome J Into money j wfaea and where all
tbe rrcd tors sad bulrs of said derrt.ed are nollfled to
attend, with their claims properly voaehed.orlbev mnr
ulberwue by law be xcTo.ded fiomsll beneBl In etld
decaa-cd 'sestets i provided a copy oi tbU order bepob
lUb.d once a week for three weeks la taa Hatioxal
KifpaucaU prev(M to tha lali day,
T"l . , m O.X.sMBBIMB.