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YV. HPBTAGK A.gO., PDBLIBHKR3.
" IB. T. HAN3C0M. KDITOB.
TOEDT MOUnafEPtlUBRRlS. IBM
"TWHtanibf TtoPAtfrbfet to the n'
' " tioAl'tHaV-ha be& the jni! for mini
" Iribtlto ot Aire Hju"oraiiKjftlgnIJl'cnce
fai list) porpotanf UtUfylng tba-appreclatioo
,,,.. t.,g?a4, poyular fitart, of th4,vouiio
I! w rifkkh.hSirM.Cikt Magistrate of tit nation,
m-'ImttrtclerdV W wu ailed tipontrn
rVnutaWrof otisjroisnei visitor. kmoBf
' j , Lli .1 i .-- tt... " I.TJ
,fom were Senator. Covaevof Fenmylva
jobUi Ex-Qovernort Braixoar and Jonaoox, of
X ntfcat Bute, lion. A. J. Bahdall, aAii other.
" 'Al three o'clock p. A? n'e ivas Tislted by
the headof buttso of tic Treasury. De
partment, who came to extend to him a cor
dial nrc4eome,hoiaea(Urihia aligning jours
ney. Among thenomberpretentwerallon.
" Joust WiLBO',1 Third Auditor; Geo. F. K.
"J ,'Bnjixi,''(Tnltd'8uU Treasurer; 41. It
' ttctaqao, 'Comptroller of the Cnrrency; K.
,Mtfft. JPaxiica, Scooted, Auditor; Nulla 8as
1 itnr, Conuntattfroerr of Custom, I4J M.
VTaUs. Fifth Auditor Judge, a. J. W.
Tam,' Fourth". Auditor; Tu3a, L glun,
,firit (ijoiitor; J. IV. Smith, Acting Second
Comptroller; V. I.Mooai, Chief Clerk
Fourth Auditor'! office; K. W.Tavloi First
Comptrellerr'J. AOini, Assistant Regis-
tr:"ir. A: Bram. Assistant solicitor. A. U.
Mcuxtt, Chief Supervising Architect of the
Treasury Ueparaaent, and otAera,
On the entrance of Tnx Psisiditxv the
HoW-Joitu Wiupoit, Third Auditor, after
" thatlngfTiixPBUincKT by the band, doliv.
ered tifj following jaddrea of a-clcomc :
t, "Mr, .President on L behalf of the hcada
j ,t JJnream of tb. Treasury Department, 1
iWloome yon backhand congratulate both
.ourselves and you on your safe return. On
your long journey to the tomb of the great
American tatetman whose memory lives in
,i the heart of hi countrymen forever, we
xcirrct that anv oould be found to annov or
ahow disrespect to the Chief Magistrate of
,, the country; disrespect which the good
sense ana Tiitue oi me country will be sure
to rebuke. Such people, air are not fittinr
persona to exercue the great privileges of
.American .amen ; iney are wormy to ue
associated with those wboiuaugurated the
horrors of the French revolution.
."Our country, air, ha patted through
many and great ordtal and always- with
sa(etv,and we have proved ourselves eminent,
lv fitlor tsltirovcmmcnt. l'astinr through
thi but great ordeal, with the incubus of
slavery abolished, we have great hopes of
progressing steauuyonwara in me great race
of, national prosperity. Under )our pro
tecting hands the Union of thirty-six Bute
will continue), its court of happiness and
Tm Panocxr, in response, replied sub
stantially as follows :
" Orm.iix : All that I can sav Is to ten.
der my sincere thanks for this meeting on
my return to tnc discliarge or my oluclal
duties. I think I may assure ou that bv
standing by the principles which 1 liavi
made mr crude, all will be nrht in the end
I again thank you sincerely for this token
The different heads of bureaus wcro then
severally introduced by Mr. Wilson, after
which the company retired.
WHAT SHALL I HOT
Mist Beddytur, what shell I dewf
My wife tela me the countries gom to
h'well. She salt I orter jino sum poll) tickle
party, and try tow save her.
So I went round tho comer and axed my
nabor Joxzs how to go to work to help the
i'restdent to save the country, for I had
heerd it was gom to rawing whilst 1 had
been grazing my kow and curin my baken.
Jones looked at me and sezzeee, "the Presi
dent is a trater and if yon wantcr salv the
kuntry jouve gotter go ded agin him"
Sezzui "how's that jer Jones? I thought
jew was a howlin Ijncolv and Johnson mau
in the last camp-pain." He sed "jes, I was,
but when I applidc ler a office of only three
thousings a cer, I faled to sekewer it, and
therefor Iin bound tew say that Jouvhon is
a tratcrl '
"And hat is more, I ken tell you that
the numbers of those who has applied for
office and couldn't be ackomydatod is so
grate they will rejuice all the oppj ncnts of
the raddykill party tew ashes "
Now, Mist Beddytur, I don t know what
to dew with sech fellers as Jonfs, hut I'm
more convinced than ever that Til Prui.
dent Is on the square, and I'll anser the
question I axed at the start. I'm goin fir
him, and I'd like ter tell bim that if he goes
strate ahead, no matter how many office seck
nrshe disappints, he will not disappfnt the
American people. Varteuis Oiid
Opening of 111 National Theatre.
The tbeetrloal seuon wee Intngaratod In tbll
city llt ettnlng ml Iks Nell mil Tlitetre (lele
drover's,) sad Mture Hepley sad Spalding the
proprietors of the eitablUhmeDt, may congratulate
tbemielres upon the aseeeu of the opening perfor.
manee. Tb romantlo tpectaenlar drama of the
" Ice Witch,1' which was the leading attraction In
the new lork tbeatrei for lateral weeki, hae been
put on the stage of the National In a ityle of iplen.
dor never before equalled la thla city.
The acenery ll unmlitakably fine, anl tbo aetlng
If qatle ap to the mark of the pleoe Tbe audience
sjoyed the entire entertainment from Drat to lait
the new eompleslon of the loterlor of the home,
put on by tbe cunning freacoeri, attracted the eye
of tbe eonnolfieur, and the magnificent soenerj
painted by jAmh was perfect In Ha kind.
Tbe new company appeared to advantage, and
the let HWi bids fair to have a capital run.
The eale of r-eatf yesterday went off very woll, and
tbe attendance at the Opera promisee to be very
faibloneble Sercral pertona of high diellnetlon
have been Inrlted and promised to attend. In to
morrow's paper wo will give a lynopiU of tbe lew
Opera, Crliplno a la Comare, which la to be pr
dueed here for tbe first time, on the opening night,
and which has been reoelved everywhere with tbe
Am exchange sajs:
.-."The story of the invention of a bullet
proof 'coaf; which recently appeared in the
Word, turns out to be a hoax. '1 he pistol
vraf loaded with a small cork only, and the
Indented bullet, which was afterwards shown
to the astonished . spectators, was dropped
upon tbe floor by the perpetrator or the hoax
tbe moment the weapon was fired."
According to the traditions of the fnnper,
anco elders, the popping of corks ha been,
qui to as fatal to the human race a the iboot
iiff of bullets,
THE DEPARTMENTS. .
IIonoiallvDlachmnea. Sent. 8Actlse Third
AsalitaM rieglneeV' org.' C. Brown, from July
t, 18jJAstTng'Bnrfs W.'kl. WJ Cragtn, from
Sept. Cad Kaiter M. W. EleknaM, Sept 10.
IjatMbed, Sept. lAetlt Snslgn Andrew J.
Ivereon, from the Atuseoota, and granted leave of
Appolntm!ltIlstoklil.ftpt-8 Dnlal .Eaox,
of the Vanderbllt
Jlatsosed, Sent. 10 First Assistant Englnaer
P.ler A Kearlck, from the naval academy, and
ordered to duty In charge of lron-clads at Mound
eltr. Illinois. Second Assistant Bnzlueer Joilab I
ennee, rrom duty at tbe naval academy and piacea
on wattlar orders,- Deatwnder O. A. Klaabertyi
from the Colorado, and ordered te rwtara to tbd
Oalted 8tatM MldshleiBaa Jeha 0; Kennett, 'rront
tkePeaeaeola, aad placed ea waltlag orders Cir
reWtatJa.Sottkwte,1freai rprlal doty with
Heat,' Admiral Oregcny, and placed od waiting
oraeri, t;nier augipeerr earner u ihivd iHn
Starr, from duty at Mound etty1,' Illinois, and
granted leare'of absence
Placed on Waiting Orders, Sept. ,10Astinaj
AppolnttMat Ilerpkeci, Sept. 40 Vale Oeorge
H.lao.'of the Vanderbllt.
hMA fUnl .lSVala 1U. Vaama. ta tba
SewWerpes Aatlng "int AseUtaat Jaglneer John'
r. steyaiefatio wa 'uaosnai jvmag uunaer
Oee. W.JUIra, to tha PaolUBquadroa.
tfie Taxon Canned ateata.JCmlte, V.g.ta-
tia&it tha'aetof tfuty 12. i860. Imposing a stamp
tndtrliVactlfiftyTy, l8i Imposing a stamp
tax k'on canned packarea eohtalnli meals, fish,.
frail m atalilaa jt . anlJ A i HManl tn rta.
fralij 'Tegatallas, Ac, sold piiremove4i tut eon.
sotnptlea in the United States, on aadftr the
first dejr of yeonf r ftf ximo, tbe tauaiaatone of
Internal Revenue has decided that the Uebnity or
stamp taz.aaderUt aaeeadiseat of Soaedule C aoti
ealy aitaaaes taaU such articles put up subsequent
to tholst day ef Oetober, Ufia, but equally te
tfcbeo but up prior '! (hit date, whether the same
onausel.tuo toeeees)oS of theperaons who put'
them tp-etla the bands of purchasers;1 end the fad
that th. canned 'm.ati, stir, fruits, ti , bare pre
vloasly paid an ad valorem tax does not relieve
them from this ltahUItT. nor aire anv claim to tha
owners to jiavs any tax feravioasTy najd thereoa re.
funded u , -
Pnnde tnthe Treasury,
Tbe following etatenreat 4zhlbtta- the amount of
funds In tbe eash vaults ef ' the Treasury Depart
ment at tbo eloeo of the we.k endlng'on the 15th
Instant? TJ.' 8. legal tasd.rt, large, 'medium and
small. 9,672,000, National Bank, iot.l. JI. Til;
-fractional currency, $33 1,1 JT 60v gold, 1333, 59',
liver, a2,9.u, nje cent coin, ej,vvv, ceou, a.ou.
Total, ezaluslve or reserve fund, temporary loan
sail surplus Issue of U, 8. notes, $10,M1, W 80
Itablle Land Operatlone,
Tbe Commissioner oftbe Oeneral Iand Office
has Joit received tn. returns from the local office
at Denver city, Colorado territory, fr .the month
pf Auguet, )Sy which shew 3, 7M acres disposed
of darlpgj thaonjisl as follows, Vudjr the borne
stead'.law,,!,: jaarea, with military twarrants,
J,80 atrsi, and for cash, 430 acres. ,
' ' ixtthol an tlllt Army anrg.on.
tntelllgenef was '.received yeii'rd'ay al the Efcr
iron 'OeneraTs OOi.'.'of -the 'death," aft 'Louis,
Missouri, on tbe 10th rait! ,, after an Illness' of 4aly,
eight nonrs, of'Dr. John t! MoDanDugh., assistant
surgeon United States armyaad formerly chlaf
medical director of tha Ninth corpse Army of tha
$0 new iiallonarDanzs.waro eatablubed last
week The circulation ls'suedto ln.se Insthutloos
last week wa 4ftZl,i70,snd the aggregate up to
dale $291.8J1,315, forwhlch the Qovernmeat holds
securities aa follows, for elrsuletloa of national
banks, $33I,578,K)0 for depositoriee of puhlle
maneys, S3,S3,iO0, total, $3r0,06,00ll
Three hundred and forty-eight thousand fire bun
dred dollars in f raetlonal cnrrency was issued by
tbe printing division of tneii Treasury iiepartouat
last week. During .thejeame period $308 100 In
cnrrency was shipped to the different national
banks throughout tbe United States The auaouat
redeemed during the week was $S71,6tO
Departure of a Steasner
The Kavy Department has reoelved intelligence
of the departure of tho United States steamer Paul
Jonee from the California coaat to tbe ftio Uraade,.
where she will join tha American aawadron sta
tioned tn those waters
Treasurr Dlslturaamenae XasC Week.
The disbursements on account of tha War, Navy,
and Interior Departments lasti week ware aa fol
lows War Dapartmnt, $M,t Navy, $231,893,
Interior, 4I4,21 total, $1,273,U1.
IavBOiuL llavesus Tbe receipts from this
source yesterday ware $1,663,603 09
TIIK CLEVKLAND SJOJtVKXTION.
The IIchI Fighting Element of the
Army Aaeuitliiig In Cletelautl.
CtaraLasD, Sept IS, 1806
Although Clcvelondjis an unusnally quiet
and sober city on the bubbath, with bur
rooms closed and churches open, there has
been enough excitement to-day to fore
shadow a largo and spirited meeting at tho
Conv cntion tu-morrow. 1 he first lour trains
reaching here since lust report have added
knmA nuni.K tn tliftfcA alrmulv fenMntorod nn.t
it is evident already that tho response to tbo
soldiers' call will bung together tho real
fighting clement of the army, there is up
to this timo a marked absenco of sutlers
quartermasters, uud holiday soldiers gene-
rally, as well as of the politicians, and the
hope- is very freely expressed that all snth
mil remain absent und abstuln from inter.
firing with or attempting to shape the action
of the brave men who, huving saved the
Union in the held, are determined to pre
sirvo at their homes the fruits of their
hard fought victor).
Tho city begins to give ovidenco of mili
tary occupation Its excitement and lite
without its oppressive and unpleasant fea
tures At the top of Superior street in the
huo park, gluuns tho white canvas of a mon
ktcr tent capable of seatingtwentj-hve hun
dred or thriu thousand persons. At one end
of it, apparently overlooking with approba
tion tho meeting of tho nation's bravo de
fenders, stands tho handsome statuo of the
Hero of tho Lakts, aud at the other rises a
high liberty pole, from which will II oat to
morrow, thu Hag for which the men who
will ussemblc biueath tho canvas huve so
gullanll) fought. At the hotels, the red,
white, and bluo ulihirullydiaplujed und tbo
handsome drinking uud lounging saloon of
the Kinnard lluuo is tastefully restouued
with the national colors, and In tho halls
and on the sidewalks have been gathered all
day groups of brouzid und bearded men,
strangers personally to the citizens, but
well known to fume, and bearing names to
be henceforth familiar in tho history of the
rrominont among the delegates already
here is the venerable Gen. Wool, looking in
better health and preservation than he did
three or four years ago, undapparcntlyoctive
enough to again take the held, should his
country require his tiled and valuable ser
vices. In conversation to-day, ho remarked
that his life bad been ono of work for his
country, anil that his dearest hope before he
finally laid it down was to see peace once
more restored in reality and the Union ce
mented mora firmly than over in the bonds
of rutcrnal love. It U pretty certain that
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, TUi;SDAY..MOKNINGt.SETEaDlkR-aSU13fiti
ho will be chown by tho unanimous volcn of
tbo Convention as its temporary presiding
officer. j? !
Maine ha al ready a good delegation in the
field, consisting orBrfg. Oeri. Uharlea V.
Uobcrts, Col. l W. Ilradknry, Col. B. Blch,
Capt J CM. Furbish,, Cant. T. L. Ilridg
ham, and Burgeon II. T. lin'itoi). Others
will be added to thesc'to-morrow. v
There are bnt few New Yorkers hero at
S resent Among them arc (Jen. Davies, of
t. Lawrence, and (Jen. Charles' K. Graham',
of New York city., The former, although la
r t.l. 1 1.1. 3 m - v 1 1..1..1 1. .1.
iivuiu licauu, auu Ul lu uv luvanucu, 19 up.
termined to keen In active service in the
field until the campaign ia fought through on
the line of the Union restored.
The generals registered to-night at Ipo
iWaddril Ilonse are Denver. Bmlth. Ornhim.
Baunders, Frisbee, Henry Wilson, of 'Ohio,
ana 11. st. steain, 01 rscDrnsza. ai me t
naruv m aoaiuon 10 loose aireaay nameu, aro
(Ions. Loomls and Tarkhurst, of MIchigtn
the former chief of artillery of Thomas'
army, the other provost marshal general or
the army of the Cumberland A. A. pteVcns,
of Michigan, and Winters, of Ohio ,
A steamer left Buffalo at two o'clock to
day, with delegation from Buffalo, Roches
ter, ana ioczpori, nnrnoermg nnoui one
hundred and fifty. They are expected here
at eight o'clock to-morrow morning. Tho
delegates from New York are expected early
In the morning. Their headquarters; arc at
the rooms of lien. Gordon Granger, at the
Kinnard House. Tbe delegations present
met to-dav and elected Col. Lewis D. Ooiud-
t beiy -or sjblo, caairman or me bxecuuve
uommmce. ana 3101. lien. iw. 11. iteatn as
secretary. They arranged the following pro-
grasnme lor to-morrow 1 uonvention 10 as
semble beneath the great tent, 'at half east
two o'clock, p. in.- A' salute eftMrteen guns,
to be fired at reveille 1 snlut of tMrlv-su1
ns at two p m , to' atmotlnce tbe asscm-
kung ot me delegation. a I
Hie Rev. Mr. llalsiier1, of EsstTcnne'sscaV
trlil probably be the chaplain or the eoqVen
tliin. The permanent president will, no doabt,
be Oen Steednrsa,iwbo Is expected early to
'I hi re is already a fair representation of
the press ncre from an pans of tne counfry,
Gen. Kstce has a letter from Gen Daniel
E. Sickles, in which lien. Hlcklcs, tn response.
to tha Invitation extended to him. ritates that
his official duties will pfevent his attending
and s ncaktngiat the convention, but that be
wnrailtr avmnathlees with the oblects ex
pressed in the call'for the convention, tod,
with all other 'movements designed to so-
euro permanent pcaesl and restore good will,
between all the mates of tho Union. .V.,!,,
Jltraia, 16IA. '
NI'KEcn OF PREHIDENT JOHN.
HOTI AT BAI.TI.liOKE.
On, Saturday last the l'resident, in re
sponse to Lx-Gov. Bradford, made the fol
lowing address to the citizens of IJaltlmpro
ond.Munland- v "
Pri bovr-CiTUCJis. In resnoiiselo the in
dnction and to the welcome glreu mc Jiere
to-dei liv vour Governor and Ks'tJovonibr.
itho ire the repreioritotivts of the pooplclof
yottrbtatc, I willtay ltb 1 trmely grati
fying to mc. It, hrs bcin myortuue.'or
mlsfortdnb, I scarcely know nhlch, to h.ivc
(met wmi nouucoi uimcuuics cpt( since my
n(rance into public life, but J.Ime always
endeavored to pay all honor and resbect trj
the hlgtf behests of the American people al'
thouirii 1 hatfo met With much onDositlon
That opposition, however, hasneHr etdis-
cuurugeu nor ueicxreu iuc iruiu iuni; wiuit
I honestly believed to bo my public, duly,
nnder the Constltuttorl and laws of the laial.
fAnnlansel The welcome I have met with
at the hands of these two distinguished tnci
vidnals, (Governors Susnn and llrudTord,)
welcoming me on my return to my pubhc
duties, after a long and fattKuintr tonr
throughout tho .Slates, not in belulf of
"brief authorities," who, by chance, hate,
gotten into power, but in behalf or tho whole
people of your State, tendered mc throuirb
the direct representatives of the people, is
most gratifying, I assure 011. To be thus
welcomed throuirh them bv tou adds lint
another proof to my confidence in (he great
will of the people.
As for the little, petty powers, let mc toll
you I care nothing for them, loud applause
and laughter, but such a demonstration as
mis, ny a vast ossemDiage sucn as 1 see ne
fnrfl me. mv receDtion and recnirnltion bv
such gentlemen as hero represent you, Im
press mo with confidence tn our Epillty to
the cause, as I feel assured cannot be affected
by any opposition, great or email. Ap
filausc It has always been a cardinal uiud
undamcntal nnnclnlo of m creed to at
knowledge the wilt '-d povicr of the people,
and, let me tell you, fellow-countrymen, that
the time is coming when the great popular
heart of tho people shall bo aroused the
great popular heart of tho nation Is even
now being aroused, and ere long it will be
developed on the part of the great American
people that the Constitution must be re
spected and the Union re-established and
preserved Bepeatid ihccrs J And I cau
nssxtiut repeat, although there may not 1A'
ranch coherence in my words, that these
manifestations, in my opinion, are not de
signed as complimentary to the individual
now before j ou, but are exhibitions of cn-
tiiiiBiastic respect wr me uoi eminent, ex
prchsiveof a deslro for its restoration, and
tho maintenance of the Constitution and the
lans of tho land.
"As far as I am c onccrned, I do net claim
' " honor to mjself.
I urn but the sua.
, I'-e instrument in jour hands to carry out
' provisions or tho Government. 1 have
k' " ahuscd and troduced, and have been
cn,,tu ,J?m wljelP ot em "? let tlmr a,l
Pdt-, Although not a very old man,! have
ivid long enough to livo down ray tradiiurs
. heretofore, and I can do so now, and ul.
though we none of us kuuw how Ionir wo
sliull bo alloueu to live, although wo uavu
no guarantee of any specified tune to live,
vet I bono to live to see the dai when the
usurpation of the Constitution will be put
uown oncers j 1 uciieve, nrsi, m mo au
thority of that mmhtiest of all powers, "tbe
Almighty," and next to my God I respect
the bihests of the great American iople,
cheers, and cries of ' God bless 1.011' J and
with their help, and with Gods help, I II
stand by the Constitution though all else
may perish, cheers, and I will here add that
the time has come when you should, one and
all, throw off the shackles that have bound
you to political parlies, iorgct party leeling,
und go only for the country. Cheers
1 have been charged with having been dis-
lovul to my party; 1 nave iK-on eniieil
traitor; fa vuiee ' its a lie, you re not a
trultor ;' 1 I have belli tburgid with trenson
but let ino tell von und would to God iu
voice could bv I card in ivtrv hovel through
out this lend, that if tideutv. to the tiovtrn-
mint, fidelity to tiiu laws, una rueiuy 10 iny
country uo trreson to in) puny, men 1 say
let nartv no. fLoud ihnrmg 1
In tho midst of disaster, when all around
was dark and trlooiny, I havo clung to tho
Constitution as the shipwrecked marmer
clings to tho last plank when night and the
tempest close around him. I havo labored
for peace. I have labored for tho restora
tion of tho States now absent to their for
mer nositlou. and for this I have been tra
duced I have been taught to revere tho
written Constitution of my country. I
have bcon taught by pue now no more, for
whoso memory I know you entertain the
highest respect, Andrew Jackson, cheers,
whom I loved and admired as a great und
good man, as a statesman and a soldier, and
I feel as tho result of his teaching, that I
know how, when peril comes, to hold fast to
the Constitution in spite of party or creed.
A few worietland I have done. " Go on, go
on," from tht) crowd. vJs- A ,,".
I have lcuchMgcaWthfainfetofr pofctr
not delegated to mci knd riot warranted by
the Constitution, and-Tier , let me make a
single suggestion a tb our form of govern
ment. THro are three great branches or
departments in our Government the execu
tlvo, thejeglslatiyc, and the judicial, each
Caving separate and distinct spheres. To the
Pv r ' poweriwao, gruuuuu.vy we noiisu-
tntlon certain duties and certain powers, one
of which wa tho exercise of a nower called
JiTelo'pwrjn'and tet'me'alt; hbwfcan
ivransv M.lmDoeeu as-lBer ailrm Ire the
veto Jrawer t. -It is ncirativc ui its fharactRvH
aue, cxfcuuve power, capnovior,a anyuilng
hlton'the'pcoplo by this poVer. He is bnly
,the people's, tribuno to stand at itbtidaor of
the Senate. aod.llouso .Representatives,
and when legulation,o(aa, Improvident or
dangerous (character is used. It is his duty
simply to say no. CncersJ It Is his duty
tisiy, let us suspend thH'aetldn and extend
the time so that the people can take connsel,
and can consider and determine the test
course to pursuo. m.r '
,For.,ai6oharging thla simple, 1 plain Jnnd
honest duty; 1 have been dencromded as a
m.jni...,r'T -i ' - ,-i T ,,iT-i
irauor; ,oui let me ten you ana if may do
the last time I shall rive utterance to the
acnUuvcnl cries of "we hope-hot," that
Son are iu more danger from the two other
epartments named than van are froth the
ExccnUrOiPcpartinent) and if the liberties
of tho ptophv are ever .cadongcrod, it will
notbct.bv either the Kxecntive or 'Judicial
If paittittute, but by tho Lcgulatiro Denart
tucntt Cheer J It was well argued by
Washington, Jefferson and Jackson Gp3
Liens him that tyranny can be better 'eker-
eiod by pMnvoer than by a few. As' they
.".We'll unnort vou.'frzc.loTheri. foUmacili.
L zens, in, thus tolluig.you how to do,! and.l in.
the some breath ooeWbyvxi. let-'tuh' deliver
tutojtour bandsvitho flog ofayonr conntm
with tlurty-six, not twenty-five' stars upon ft,
thiiersil and, with. It -tho Constitution; with
the Injunction that you will preserve it , sa
credly, as alMi.the loagte. circlo of tbeso
p-eatStatca unbroken,' bejievmg that' both
will be .preserved and, protected.' id vour
wujjpeopia m mil countryare not yet
saVsflodi some arc ripe for revolution; but 3.
saytrtwiMfru wn Pyacoj' 101 prosperity return
jto ,la, ogauu-iiel thci spilling of blood be
stooped, and IneiUliion hd restored) and the
country will osraia cemmeneniber daroeii of
greatness uidi-prosperityj I am charged!
who oemg amniitous xiowrso tar as power
is concerned, what have I to gain or fo' -wish
tori, ImK me aaki)ou,fellow-citizcns,'what
have I to gaintbHareil any future! ihAm I
asking for an) thing! Cues of "No, nu.'
'I Ian her uie for tuy country's oaiwe, my
friends 1 do not desire to appear vain, but;
I would say, Ilhave already lilted every olsjco
,si tho gift of the people, from tho lowos'ti to
he highesU 1 began Is in. alderman one
of those same tutle men whodiavo refused to
rcsiKillheurtsidencv -llnuzk ter and croons
tor the LouticiU onr of thosa men who eeeiri
10 inimiDtti'iauyiaro oven greater 'iuan inp
President, ofiatughttr. ' d ' " '
I repeat L began an Alderman. In an ob
'seuro frdlage, from Alderman to 'Mayor, Uo
Diet Legislature, tdi thi Senate, tben Gov
crnon urentin year in the H6nse of Beprc
Bentativcsv then SenaMr, then1 Vice Presi
dent, and now the President of these United
States. Loudsppladse 'Then, what in the
name of God have I to ask further t There
surely onght to be some little cvldencelof
worm ana responsibility in ray career. 1
have filled all toe places in the gift of the peo
ple, even that of President, tho highest posi
tion in tbe known world. Applause
rjurely' tills is enough to gratify the ambition
of any man, My'oinbjtion is entirely filled,
except In Ono deslrfVbaving filled ovcry po
sition, there Is One other honor I desire, and
that is to be the humble Instrument li ypur
hands in restoring and preserving' this flqv.
crpment which was founded before I wa
born, and I thank God I am standing here
to-day tTying to preserve it Continued
My only amVI1'011 '8 0 restore )ho States
of this Union to peace and prosperity and
when tho time couicsTound when it can be
proclaimed that their former rclatloh? have
been rcstoied when tho timo of peace, per-
nltsh this rrredt result then'l am satisfied.
The only place I care to oceppy Is a ploco
fn the aflectioh8 of this great people. A
voice "You hove it " Only let this he
done, and like Simeon of old when the babe
was found In tho manger and presented to
him, he said. "Now, I jird, let Thy servant
depart in peace, for I have seen the Lord's
salvation." I can say, "Lot me depart in
peace, for I hive seen my Country 's salva
tion." (uneers 1
I have In en abused for exercising the par
doning power. If I have erred, I have irrcd
on mercy's side, and have been prompted b
conscientious conv Ic lions, and 1 shall ask tho
paraon 01 no ono lor doing it. 1 lure is no
satlsf) Ihg one portion of our people. They
dbn't want peace. Thev want the war to
contlnuejjmd, In this connection, it has been
Slid tliut I wus au obstacle in their wuy, and
was t6 bo put out of tho way. Wba has suf
fered more than I have? Then surely if I,
who have suffered much, can forgive, those
who havo suffered none fhould do likewise.
lAtightcr. There urc yet some who desire
ho spilling of more blood If It U necessary
to sav e the nutlon from the spilling of moro
blood and treasure if nothing but blood
will slako their thlrt if blood will please
thcin and save my country then ereet un
altar, and if they want a victim, hero ho
stands. (Tremendous cheering Lot them
put me upon It, and my blood shall bo poured
out for my country's cause. Cheers, aud
cries of "No, never I" ic What Is one
man compared to tho great destinies of this
vast country! A voice "You are equal
to ten thousand men "1 Let them tako it,
and my dying admonition will bo that "the
blood of tbe mart) r is the seed of the church "
'I hm, through your honored representa
tives aeeetit my thanks, returned to tho peo
ple of Maryland God bless the people.
Cheers J Vox pojtidi vox Jtti, ftho voice
of tho people Is the voice of God) The right
inspiration is out, Is going abroad, and the
people w ill surely take care of tho Iwic.
Allow mc to again thank ) 011, and to utter
the sincere pra)er that the blessings of Hea
ven may rest upon this pcuplc. Prolonged
he 1 ring
Hi mo tub W until I'otvto Patch 'Ihe
New ork rudhuU.xccutlvu Committee, It
nidus, hav 0 made arrangements fur iliueruut
stump speakers collecting lunds for election
expenses, etc , upon which the .Stan says:
' It is well enough to mako tho wandering
llrownlowsand Ilamiltons 'serviceable' if
that be pnxsible, but New York lias already
had enough of their malignant diatribes, and
can afford to sparo their services, In order
that they may bo given to somo more needy
localit) It might bo well to remind tho
gentlemen who have charge of the official
radical business in New York that there is a
largo held in the South open to enterprising
loyalists of tho serviceable kind '1 hat region
just now hoppcnit to Hn very much In need
of an infusion of loyalty, and as ' charity be-
ffins at homo ' it would seem cruel to with
io)d the services or the Southern loyalists
aforesaid, frou 'their own, their native land,"'
Tho Soldiers' , Convention.
v .,- t 1 . ',pi
TIR8T DAY'S PROCEEDINGS.
1 1 ft ' . i'
Maj.Gen.Wool Called to the Chair
K Ptr,lotlc Pfttth fcy Ibe eScnerat.
,THK CQH WJtTIONJPWPrBlf,pr?S. Eff G
Cliviuhd, Ohlo7Sept 17, The Soldiers'
and Sailors' Convention,' In resporiie'lcf dealt1
from those favorablc'to itbo-fwllty of lVesU
dent Johnson and the action Of.ths rbiladel
phia Convention of Augral 14,'met lnltliis
city to-day. "
ii, pavilion 150 feet tn length by to In
breadth had been erected in the park fqi the
use of .the Convention. At 3, o'clock' the
delegation (stored, preceded by a band of
mruia, and were seated, after which the crowd
from the outside wa admitted, and filled the
tent to its utmost capacity. ' a e-
Frcrions t6 the" organizatldri quite a Ipir
iita scene was witnessed, the delegations
rising and cn'ecrlngwith all their might, suc
cessfully for "tho dnflag,'"i UeafrfCliii tkr)
tlon; "th"thlrtyjiU fcjtates."!! Andy
Johcaou, After, a brief breaming spell chkrs
wcm given tor Grant Secretary 'Bewnrd, the
American'jf.'jacrj; Btoadman.t if.'
Bramlctty,of.Kfntncky. As.thn-ohM mg1
was called foruiid giverito cafchtaitl ere
,was a sccnflDf wild cntiurwa,3flegatesknd
peeta.tors rising and swingins their hats and
slbufiig'moJt vlgorouslv, ' .
JW previous arrangement Gov. Bramletto
Hrwmlnited MeJ. GeiC John E. Wool.'as Ittie'
'Oldest Major General in. the UniUtl sUtei
andi probably In the world, a temporary-.
rrysiuenu ( 1
,a Oen., Wool wa received ,with loud ckctra,
T.S? "'" W"'" i
welcome, Ajoore Oaltennxand sxreeailpoaltloa
coma not oava peen assianea u me .vaaauelone
htroti. tM ttft dtftodci'i of lrQott7,ulW4
ppTJtl u Ui4 mtjit
ii M Xhk moit vrtcloiu tiuLiflBL of .l.ntV-
nUHlfcry eii4r, Ttat tjbjtct of t.lr.grftt military
eonTintion; If IiidtrtUtin pornelly, U to iin-
itdtr IhprfnoIpTMtIfowr4v(d,bTil. NtkmJ
Tfa.tx. n -ir- J a wtlJisy.iLil'-.i n La
ivuiuu vvuvtiiiiuu m s u(u,ihilijii !, mm 9Maim.
tlbn policy of PrMHeat Johnii 'Qa.thei ifab
JMti I Would ilmplf ranrk UUlht, Krooeir.Ctn
fjresi rMoraliu" ttf BUti dfd.r.d bj mnjoAtj
of Hiaiembtrf to hi out of thttolon uouutiiiil
bstU Of tho Union, tiaddmlt tbftlr ITtvlrDrait
-- .1.1. Ii. (,. .an I ' - ' H..
miiTef.0 an in id Aaua ot Mourttu oa MrVslT
thntU.parUe!fitf tn'tlio n&tuiaj
xna eonoiTT, w ioodi
which again rnenato ttxo poarjo Ujl loMCT .'
tbo perptnltj of tho Union with tho taoiktlttti
" A war ef wordi foj'talri'vjari was'oarrlli .
between the Northern ratlcal AbieIoillsltlia 1 1
siaveaomers 01 tne DoutDera Mtatea, aaa arervta
... ..m .jus aX..' .' e..h .ti 7iL. .-J. 71
as salil au4 airne' te' ksep alive tnYeostzovtr
and It flnaflr eutmlnateiS la a rebellion la the ayr
of 1891, which, for atroeltr, th saerlanii(,li
tuv WeVinMvaaetiiB vi euaa-vavji T T Jrl IMVIlujw-
lott of proparty.'ftUlowed V PMtUoaKCfomlsi i
drolatloo, bund Aitnt fn,y.M-orj ptatio
flSfaky b ukBJ Vfth prbtrTwkAluSi Pci
dont Xobbion dono that ho ihouMbodaDoanMdi
Borthlsg tnoro than for thd Axoretio of tbo milt
noblo and genei-out effJrti to oodqIIUU anj-liipr
back 1010 uiotbiai ortso UBiotvAbraToptOploaad
mako tbo United Statei what lb-y ihonld ba-a
united, great peoplo? It ought not to bo forjoitfn
that alafery, which engendered tbo nWlionliVa
bean remored, and three or four minion of ilarca
bar boon declared free by an amendment of tbo
Ootrntltattoa. Those 6ftbe Boat hern StaUi moit
Intereited la tho abolition of tlarenr, whlflfi'd.
prlred thorn of a largo amount of what thej cajjbcl
property, and which the bad eooildered aJJli
portantto tbetr lntereit and welfare, quJetljriBp
ultted to tho amendment. Th6ao woo prfpaTi
tbe amendment omitted to tuard bgatnit wb t
woold follow. rt v1
When too late Hwaa dlicoTer'ed that tbo froeli g
of font million ilarei would Inoreaie tbo lontha o
roprefentfctlob In Congresa from twenty flfo o
thirty roproientatlrei Thla wu to l orercom ',
leit tbo abolition radicals ibould loie their control
of tbo Q or eminent, by an act of Congreu of, a i
other amendment ef tho Conitltotton falltfif n
tbwe effortt. all that bltternen of fuiins'bu faai n
rerlrod which eilatod for thirty jean batweetflilo.
rtwiiciaiB ut to , ua iiorta ania, ae loainetn
lareholden Another cItII war ll foroihadowad
nnleia tho freedmen are placed on an equality with
their provloua mat t era If thla cannot be1 acoont-
fillihed, tbo radical parlliani, with ataglng Jbtrk
or blood and pi nnder, are again toady t .grade
tbe foutbern StataCi, and to lay watte tbo'oontiV
not already doeolated with tbo aword on 'ono band
and the torch on the other. Tbeao rerengeful pat
tUana wonld leavo their country a bowling wilder
flow for tbe want of moro Tlotlmi to gratify th
nntparlng oraelty T
If they ihoald aacceed In Inflicting on tho coaa
try another war, It would b moro Urriblo than
the ono from wblrb wo hare J nit emerged It'eoatd
not be confined to tbe Southern State, bnt Would
extend Itielf tbrooghont the length and breadth of
tho United Btatei, and only clow with tbo tt
throw of the beit Qovernment deriaed, and thi de
ttrootion of the flneat country on tho fact of (ho
globe If lucb aboold be the fate of our groat re
publican empire, thee must not bo ought for 14
our military companlea, bat In the forum thronged
with Inflammatory oratora and aaplrlng demagogue,)
with to uli deiad to their country's honor and apolled
with corruption I will tell thla great asiemblage
of offlcera, aoldlen, and fall on, moat of whom he4
been engaged In many pertloua battlea, defending
their country and their country's honor, that war
Is a great evil, and tbe greateat that can befall any
Gen Wool took hi scat aJmiJst grca
Oen Kwinff addressed tlio Convention at
lciiKtl), after which tho Convention adjourped
until to-morrow, when a permanent organiza
tion will te itfccted.
The Jenkinses cannot let llistori alone.
One of thorn writes In a New York journal thuilj
"With a figure and presence surpassing tbo poetU
cat and Imaginary charms of tbt heroines of Greek
mythology, and with a power of delineating the
puslons that dignify mankind, and whoso oiereise
eleratei ui to an ecstatlo altitude that orertops.
our every day humanity, or degrades us to a depth
or degradation over which the angels ween, suoh ai
! rarely conferred on the moit favored of nature's
adopted oblldreo, ibo will be lure to enjoy a popu
larity here which will grow with what It foods
A ukiti eman in Wat u bury, Conn., dis
covered that JomeUbdj wu robbing hta bene'a tall
of the meaty rwlJol by nature far protection
fr, in tho iiuauK. of winged loiocts, and finally aet
a watc'i for the rogue The eipoJient was re
warded by catching a young UJy of prepouesslng
appearance In tba act of strljplng tbe tall of lis
hairy appendjge 6ho wu arrested, but begged no
hard that ibo was let otT Sao gere as an e?r?uio
that the outrageous price of hair made It impoail
bio for her to meet the demands of fashion, and
she bad to resort to this ingenious an4 novel way
to keep up appearances
Onr of the bo-c ailed "loyalists" who is at
present receiving distinguished attentions here,
does not beiitate at proclaiming his "platform,"
and cheers, hustu and waring of hate greet the
avowal Judge Warmouth calls himself a "terrl
torlatist " Ue oontendeJ, tn Famuli Hall, that
Government had a right to bang every rebel, to
expatriate every rebel, to pardon every rebel
And, having tbeee rights, the people of the North
have the same right to blot out all tbe State lines,
and make tbe South Into .one magntfloent Urrtto
rr ' This inaamlflcent ferrltorlallat. we renaaL
wu warn) appUuJed.- iitoi Poj(. v
IMlaJ.SuVtl ItnetwCal netmMeejfja,,
grand DemonBtratlonat Jnlon,
EnthnalsutleRatinemttorTot the Pr;
coeellnira) of the rhllsidf Iphlst Con-
' ' eFBIIDB etna the rrexjident'si
1 .YWiftj'irl?rr,T,5flI9,y' RT
rcsuoAM : The Union Square mass meeting
in ratification's? "the action of the Fhiladct-'
pli&VaUonal'tfniohVoSve'n ha. proved
a magnlflcent'ttlcCMs. It 1 universally cb
f dededOiat wilhegaril'to ribHbcH, rospect!
ability, patriotic enthusiasm, decoratiopll)L'
iUsuninationa;ond jgen(ndsrtlstler aVrongi;.'
tatnUiOfithe dUilsiof tho 1 whole iproce
lugs, the pcrlitioal demona.trstion of tolgU
haaflcrotbcMeiuaic In.Uia dty.i4i0 at
tijmp t,tpeMnite.tha tumvkf rs preaent, worker
lle?KW'MB.M progresiiog duruljf
. : .
SW7r WWA KiiwM. "SSBWSmuAV
strceu ,anu, avenues leading, to it, were
1 nil. llrtjt .Udu.lil llill tlP.i IT.ln
crowded. Tho most perfect, orderprcvailcd
thrpughoutand tho whoK aflifr passed c-fT
to the greatest satisfaction of the pec
tile jT.wiaivHeill llA 'll'lf" "tatle
10 the hle-hest credit of tho comrc
irrannl8nK,"'u""' "4 l ' '! ri'il.d
lj tnjgiotti ' 11 iimmm -;
, .ill 0 slime
oiflU laet" al I i silll.t Ills
IATBESHl3i,F101t, 0GTH iHEBltl
il rf nasi ( f tad t lj .,,n Til " I J I .allfl Tlhe al
BeoVerate''ili!raV" 'f fi , X a n s a .'
lamp ij ali?fl 1 ft a yf Leiieed Joaai 1
flneMifi Kllle'a'inrl Ttri'lfliKndeAr
unit ll)Vjn''iff.'lfWl we
t lI- :.V-r.Lii;-r 1Z' .,t'iih.lablkBellotlvsafree.r th.atatth.pt
Loanotj tHittUabViTri ttl'tieta' frlptdVJol-1 ,ad time. d..i.e.d." "" ' r
tbt U. S steam aloop-of war Swartara, nd tbe If.
R'aaSbaataNiu lUKllax !' All ni.v.KlGU,'.3.l.v
squadron, baraerlTaJat vaaaaiplijiil.'rih':
uamnnairfa.i.itiTi' in tvnnnn
fUtaVt,raf)tM 1vheiteilh,aa ar
Ttiai Jhrifca,'.ii ewioa, the dttlee of emweata.
iKlrlk; fiPaP flf Wllf exit ifj Wa Ii Md
CiBLiif, Sept. 10 It Is annonnood that Frnsala
wntUke pWln'tbifbriiailBar the Wrth' Ger
FtoaiJici, Sept 16 Advices received bore
from Wa'sadLlivaHHaaAUltyinHheway ot
Italy haa been raise4.,bs Aftatxla tn relation to the
debt of Venetla. The poiUlon talcen by Austria
places the ayaetrtion of" ihn'titaty'of peace signed'
at lrague tn great djtoJtJL
Tbe Vienna Conference has been adjourned for
few week. ifl-W. "
I iCohnl WlaaphennrUl balb-wAajtrUsj-telnliler to
Italy upon the conclusion of peeje n , .giWutl(i
Lordor. Sent 16 The ship Anglo. fndl amen Is
iHltedln Sydooy (South WaloiYUvlossetaVoar.
rived at that pari leaky. aiiroat t.
LaTa, - jsj , d
Litbrpool, Sept. 17 -rrXhi iOtUn market Is
active, and prices, havo advwo4id, porpodnd,
sales to-day were 20,000 bal0U4dUg Uplacdj
are quoted at 131 d
Breadstuff tnlr&VTi ffaiand'prlcH have a do-'
dialog Undenoy. fll'i IT '1
ptOMDOR, Sept, 17nooQ.a-.CoruciU are q.te4 at
891 for money; U. 8 5 2 On, 72 Erlo, 40j IUlnod
Central, 78. . ,.
.LoKDowDtnnr, Sept l7.--n9oit, Tbe staasublp
mbernlan, from Quebeoon Saturday, September 8,
arrived here this forenoon, aad proceeded U I4rf r
Quhritowh, Sept. 17 Noon The Anna, from
Liverpool, !b'oand to U Saltfo, 'baa vpui atS this
port badly damaged, v.'
U4MBuaar Bept 17 -a. m,.Atia mooting of
the Inhabitants of north ficbleswig UoUteln la be
vicinity of Flensburg, a resolution was adopted In
favor of the incorporation, of the entire Duchy
Cokstahtiropli, Sept 16 Reinforcements of
Turklih troops havo been sent to tbe Island of Can
dlsa. where tho Iniurrectlon still presents a bold
Soctdamptow, Sept 17, noon The mall steam
er from Rio Janeiro brings the Important Informa
tion that tho troops o?the allies have been badly
defeated by tbo Paragoayani
Trouble! In Kaaaaa Bloody Affray no
Sr Lome, Sept. 17 The pemcTH'$ Lear en
worth special fays "After the adjourpmeot of tbe
Platte County Radical Convention, on Saturday, a
drunken Union soldier named Dooagan made some
noise fn tbo street, and flourished a pistol about
considerably, Sheriff Ogden took his pistol away,
and told him to keep quiet, which ho did. A short
timo aftewards a returned rebel named Callahan
and Officer Marshal, with a posse of ten men, da
mended the surrender of Donagan, when a scuffle
ensaed, and pistols were freely ased, resulting In
the death of three or four, and the wounding of eight
or fen men A number of delegates who bad started
home, bearing the 'firing, returned to town, and
were firedupon by the Callahan party, and several
of their hories were killed under them.
Callahan fired twice at one delegate who wae
lying under bla wounded horse, and was trod on In
return and, kiJ.
The latest accounts say several hundred armoj
rebels hold Platte City, and have driven ul! the
Union uieo,out of tovjn an- siftjar they snail, tot
return tirrat,ul.6niont uUtii ' f
Gov iletcber has bean applied to for force to
put down the mob
All account! agree that 'Donagan wa unanaed
when CalJ&ban and party attacked Jilin
From Isoulalaua audTeiaa UarK of" the
New Oh lb am, Sept, 17 Tbe cholera continues
to rage on plantations In the Inferior, Aacounta
fronr the ootton teglon continue to be Altogether
A proposition baa been made In tbe Texas Lerls
nature, to cede a large tract of lamlU form an la
dlan reserve, It meets with much oppoaltloa
New York Flaaupc a '
New You.bept 17 Increase In loam, $l,&64,r
836, itroulatioD, ;&1,093) legal tenders, lTe,J78J
dscreaso iu specie, t9,5il dspoilts, 2fl3,3H,
Tha Camp) Heetlat Rtat.11 l
DAtvinoBB, t5ept. 10 Tha Method lite held
t ery Urge iuaethig lien la-nlgni In reference to the
camp meeting riot.
ResolatloDt "aAopttv) "danotuioleg tbe affair
U 4K Uppr.qTpked outrage. "- ,- eo
,4'Baivi'mobb, fipt,il7 The eteamir-BomerMt,
from Uvarpool, If at anaraotlae, wlth"'eaoIera on
Ward,, lore daaths ba"ve aeomrred.
tea 1 1 f 1 1 i ' i i aa i i 1 1'
-- OH yetlews Bsebeflgn) A
W1"W W -A'larks re oseurrea at
?"to ?lA f''l!'x, aday,tornlnr.
Ta. lbrs 1. vetyjieavT.1 JlTo!..rte4 onlMldJIe
street, aai sp.CTrliM T,, ift, jjof, ,dM
ftoafirpao tePaUe.Vlr.ta,.r, in ,. The
""""f iw'i3S?,M,rrlila.er. In.
tt.? fiT-UT?! .-..iit'i i ii.,i .
a tj.L'. i i xma srawiawa. .
.iiHpwiToaa, g.pt;isn.e4 C.nlru etepn.ns
aaaaansd'aweertBffof tea Weatan RMtaki .r
f-MainiWaK and, Lons; 'Island, for aext .laesdav.
AwsvaasiB M1VVHVU, I Malay UT Kp fltea
bf n, from sUo hoAdouartari of tha SUpbenl fsntton.
baft ilV t " '
' ,'' 'ISn-MUe TrottlIUea.J .
IVaw Toaa, Sept. It. At Ike two-ejite trolling
race yestaealsy, a1 tae fashloa eonrse, between
Qeaa.r'OllT'aildDall Rua, tbt form.r won the
eftOO'.italto Uslt, ' flfu, j Jj sal t j.
1. Mr. SUeaaier'e ae" DlMarae.
New toii Sept.1 16 .Dearr ,WarJ Beeeber
proacaea tMay (or tat (ret Usee daw lie annual
vacation, to a numerous audloae." Contrary to
fentrtl upeetatlon, k Ai not allude to political
taplasi . " -
yraovmaiica, . 1 , Sept. is There were elrht
Seats. frta ektlera tn Briital In Ih. 1..1 ,k...
J dajs, aad two; deaths la this tltj last alibi. 1
in,rm . T"J"""" -mmm TVMisatv-arsa res
siUA meetlag wilt Uk.U oa WdifisTUDAT Kvealag
aeaviaei tuti latleal. la the rjoaadt CVaathn. ciir
rfslt . V, ,,"'!lf,Jliatctl,Piea!S.l.
..fonee g.paaa, BavS.,- ..- eell.lt
u1A.iJeeUB f tha BMrat sjf Tra.leea
,J MaUle ekoeta,ll.ll ot Taasday .veal-, (h. Kih
Krhtasd; That la. fellewlaaalaeea baaeslraaU
tlollMUatueUoaef all Fablle aoaaeraaili.u
0 nsaHllr. Sah-Oeard. at Traneeet
the Sah BearaVl'lm dutrlea, (tltelaa Second
. , T-" .-- --- w.,i pi.nm,,in,H aeco.i
I w.rau-bool,roaavaiaa IfMiliaalk i.i n ,.,
nf.ri,,Tat"M 'mf H. Mtweea Slatk aad evaath
Street. . , j A u j il aw
Tor Its Bab Beard, Third district, Ititlh aad tilth
.wtfdJrtsi BbijUdtaa 1.1V
,' rJVl llu.ri,y,na.ai.ull, arvealh ward)
"1 !a.'S1" rJ reeavae.I.Theraeeea,Ua4h.r,
v1 W(Wi wi-ii
Tiru Traelaee will Aa tai-atteadaaee at these oau.s
from S id Il e'etMf l each'raorala jf tbe weeh, from
Xtityl .rtJeyllIr., darta Ihe jaaalh of Sep.
uumr, J tu Mw ealltled te ll.keU ef adnhaloa
aall eolit It. y.
tB , '
Mt4la-jfl Frelea-ljfltee afltleted
with DlsooWloa. oalh. rae.,.il4 mth paUhH or
ITmnii: inoald oi. r.rrv'a.Cel.hraled Hoik aid
IjVmtjI.JAKlos, ,11 1. lafambl. Prepared y Dr. B O.
-, 1 s.vi;.IISa3m
.M ranfllfaed kallec temta.led ku ecasMeMea wllk
Ik. aauneaaiTeleimph.CoaipaayJaae'riaovad the
Asea.y ef Ik.alllnnr. aal'VJkfdaflioU) aad It. coa
hVcHoa. te tha ottee of th. taautalad Usee relacraph
Balldli, d7sn(leealhletreel,epeelu:antk win of
ahaSTr.aaani Deberle,.nt.i ' '
, BOBIKT C TOX.
fliTioaatVatoa laaronra Coanrrrraa atoeas, )
,a 1 Vo 480 Twairvu Sraaar V
rf VfaaaiiuTOS, AerastSI, 1SSS )
ail olSelal clrsalare seat ften thene room, are algnsd
byth. cbalrioa. of th. Batloaal Daloa Basldnt Et
Veutlv. Commit!., aad 11. te.r.Ury, aad all .aoaey.
Ifteadedaaltaaee should be addrotaed to CHARLES
JArIt I ekalrmaa of the Watlooal Flosoe. Com.
mine.,!) d.po.11.4 (obi. credit WU Samuel yowl.r,
SH", of XnUahoaae,ewlei C..jAll applleatl.B.
for vDJtttnatlona to tk. fa. da of th. Committee will be
male ay the yiaaato Commlllee, or their 'aathorlsed
as.ek who WU1 be duly accredited. STea, ovkerarare
autkorls.d tbullelt Mitrlhafloaa for th. ! af Jthl.
Commlltae. ' A CHASIXS kKAf, Chalrmaa.
ataMarriatje avaul Celibacy, am Kaaay of
Warnla aadn laatructloa for Xova If a. AIm, die.
at, and abuse, wblcb nroatrkt. th. vital pow.n, with
.ur. mcaa. of r.ll.f. Seat freeef charf a la sealed Idler
eavelope. AddrOH Tir'J SKIttlaT "HOtTOlfTqM,
Howard AawcleUoa. Ptlaij.lyhla, fa. I auls-3m
eIadanaMouata-pile Sal ve- Valuable
Remedy for tbat Pleeiweialav a CoasampiloB Dertrey
er, aad aa Katlre Care for the Broe.httls, A.hma, a.
aaa keftektht'tlott'a Dni'Sll., oppo.ll. Salkipal
Boleli Oilman's, aeae KclMpelltsa Holcli yord's, cor
a.rof ll.T.athaad P..a.ylv.Blaaf.aa.) Kalwl.l.'s,
ttmwt Tweirtb aad reaarytvaala evoaaoj Vllott.,
eoreeref J Sad Twelfth alreetSB:eibaae'V'e,oorBor of
SeV.alt, aad B M jail If
4Ureck..IMullm .Artiu-SVU taarel( for
thelaamlaatloaof Brl Loadlat Arma, of which Oaa
eraTtraaaoetr' te ireiiaeal.ls Bow la , leaaioa af - 1
Wlnd-ra Bolldlaf '
Aim wtlbe received dally, betweea te hove of 1
a, mt aid 2 p so , uptll further aotlee
laventere are reqeUi te eubnlt their arme la per
ea ar by aa-eat to Ue reeerdef et tbe board.
Capt. filh J, 8, Cav , Brev. pUit, fJel. a 8. A..
. 4VHe.Tr DHkftiuHt, Aejguet t, IB6ft
A Board ef Havel ODceri, of which Commodore S. P
Lee U preildeet, wtlf meet at Hartford, Coaaeetlcut, ob
tae 6ta of September neat, for the eaamtnatloa of
velaaUar etleere who have served sot leie taaa two
yearalalhe Wavy for aamUiloa Into tbe regular ear
vice, Id accordance wfyb tbe provieloaa of the "Alt to
daieeaad regulate the appelatmeBl of otleera la the
Navy, aad for other parpoaea,' approved July S3, 860
All persons who are eatltled to examination apd who
Wlh to avail tbeiaielvee of IU privllegee, will at once
notify the Pretldeat of the Boaad by letter ad drifted to
Hartford, CoDasetlent, glvtajf their own po.t-cfl.ee ad
dreia, fa due time fliey will reulve from him la re
ply a ooUleatloa whin to prieent themielvee for exam
ination Thobe who fall to report at the time specified
for them to do so vrill forfeit all elalm to precedence for
ezamlaatlou. OlDKQaV WILLM,
eefl ISt Beeretery of the Navy
9-Wondrful but True I Marieina llem.
laoToif,U)e world-reaow'Bed Aetroloflit and Bomnam
belUtle Clairvoyant, while la a eUIrvoyaatitaie.de
llaeatea the Very featnree of the perioa you are io
uirry, and by the aid of aa laitrnmeat of t a tonne
pewty.'fcaowa at tb Par eko not rope, inartvoUee topro
daeea perfect ed Life like picture uf the future hui
laud or wife ef tbe applteast, with date of marriage,
oeenpa.toa, leading tralti of cbaraeter, Ae This is op
litipQiuloi, as It itlinonlals without aamUr eau aciert.
) j taUling plaoe of birth, age, diitpofcUlou, eolor ef eyei
ami hh.lr, aad eueleilaf fifty eentH, and stamped eave
lor tidjroiied to yourtelf, you will receive the picture
iy rUra wall, toaelker wili drulred Information
t O Uvta WT.WMRlTrnr Y ""
jrNotlcefltntkfioMcris' Meeting of the
WAtiniaCTON, ALBXAMPttlA, auJ aKUKUKTOWN
KAILUUAO CUMfAHY.-Ou MONDAV, tlrf lit day of
Oetober proximo, there vflll be a meeting uf the Mock
holdcri of the Waihtogtoo, All x and r la, and George
town KalUuad Cowpaay held at the offlie of the beere
tary, St 411 I'enaeylvaal aveaae, la Waahlngtee;
CUf, forthe electlea ef nve directors for the current
year and the Iraaiacilou of other Impurlaat WiUeia
appertalalBg toald soupaay.
A fall meetlag U reipMiially reueeted.
JOSEPH pr qTITVA.BT,
sept sfaWiiv Secretary W, A 4 O B B Co
tVar Collector's OOlce. City Hall, Waatilng.
Tita.D 0, Aagaatl, JeMKOTICI TOTAXPAYIIW.
Notice le hereby given that, by " aa act approved July
28, 1660, ' the rate of tax on altreal aad peraoael property,
elocka, Ac , foi the year 1166, U fixed at oae dollar a&4
tea eeate on every eae hundred dellare of tbe aaieieed
value of aatd jrtfrtv. Upon all teats all Mob-
erty sot la arreara for tax en for general purpoi.ee aa
abatement of five per eeat. Is allcwfd from Aogmt 1,
1600, until the laat day of Oetober, ISM, after which ho
abatsBuat wUl be allowed, WK. DIXON,