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H VOL. V.-.o. 3). PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBEUARY 3, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IL 1.1 i irUjTJm A jr illio Till the Hour of Sickness Comos, few cars to Read anything on the Subject of Disease. In too year 1846. 11m nrl'er of thin arttMe eratiarted to IMProv Itin'nen In the city oi Fhliiule'pbla, but lor the list eifMem jre nn it 01 tils ll'iin fin boon occc j to ! In the uiaiiuiacture ol tbe vrlou No Id and Flold 1 xt ct, the tnont. prominent, and t vhlcd he dclroi rto call bft pat tlcnlar a Mention nt tfin Faculty and t'ie Inllc, are iha Extract l'nchu and ih Extract Har jap.rllla, both of which are hU.bly concentrated pre Trikn of tbe lnTefilents entering into their composi tion, t n bottle ot the Fluid F.sfraet of Barxapartlla la lo ir equal In itrentb to one gal on of tbe ivrnp or de coction, aa uiusl y made, and hanlrcds of drupelet thrc OKhont the country Lave adopted It In making their arrcpt of thU name, and one tablespoooful, deed to a pint ot water, la fnllv equal to tbe celebrated Lisbon Dlot Drink so much uao la termer yea.i to purify, emicb the blood, and beantlfy the compexion. In calling attention 10 m um-dlfs, 1 wln'.i It dirtlnct y nn.lopitood that they are net Patent Medicine, mo t of which are co n J on ,ed by pcrnonn toj lgnoranttoro.ul a physician's lira b'et puacrlptlon much loin competent to prepare pbutmaocutlcal ur.'Paratlon. These persona ad vutm ibla I am cmpellt-d to do to bring roy n-inie beiore tho ye p'e. in conver-jrlon on various oceanion I have been an touched at remarks aunt ar to the following, and Ui'ao mudj In many ci by dithoiis of no ordl rary Int'Jlllgmce To wit: tnat Ihn nWdno business 1a the moat pr ifltablti I tbnt t neceonary li to advef Thousand" have embarked wlt!i auA Ideas, and mllllona have ber n expended In bribing them before tbe public. Thercult of such sccumu ated errors In, that whe: brought to the t iat, lacklu-4 imrlt, thoy have bow few hava been succo-muU Ak tha a90s of their beca abort-lived. How lew, of tho many tbouand;em barking, are coinpcl.cil to abandon tlie bunlneii in a few yeara, entirety bankrupt) Look back flity yean, and a access and von will find my statement in regard to merit, correct Tbe Science of Medicine, lue tho Doric colimn, Kb. aid atand simple, lure, and muj stic, having fact for lt barla, induct un lor lta pillar, and truih alvne Cot ita capl al. J c intcnl thero Is no bulnes requiring theaa quali scr.tmte more. The medicine!) aro bro ight in contact with DruKgi'ts everjwbo-e I a-u also aware that persoi.e reason in ihii manner hat which may be n tt mo may be ot DO advantage .o another. How metaken'tielucal A Blood Pariflcr tor one Id a Wood Puiflcr tor '.). A Diuretic for one, a Diuretic f r a 1. jl Karcotlc fur ono, a Narcotic for all. A rurgr.tlve for one. a "urgatlve for all. Just ti much bo ai wliolosonie tood for one la whole- ' Boti.e lood for all, with no more iliire-eiioo thin thut iMrnr.R In dlaense are elven to dosnondenuv exocctlng in a few days or weeks, and perhup wi ha slnglo bottle of m'dlclne, to be restored to lie iltli, It not to youth - and bounty. These peisons rarely rtuovi-r, lacking patience, and uonildori.itt a few do .ar.i excen led for the bfntflt 01 tbelr health a viasto of mouny. Ibose same persons may have bjcujea-g In brea'iln? down, tlslf. rnnntitntlAnfl flnil nrnli.lt V ffxneilt thn-i.ftnrta rf dollars in dives and dissipation, and tuluk nutliluir of it. Butb forget Ihatt.OODUKAl.Ta IS TltUE WEALTH. V lib upward' ol 3 1 tOO recommenda ory letters, and vi soilcltcd certificates, I hare never f : sorted to their pibHcati; n. In this cato I shall, h we.er, aspeud a few r; murks, trusting they mar be appreciated. I am to tbe tfll.a'.'U and suffering baminlty. Their Iltinib.e Scrve.nt. H. T. IIKLMBOLD, X'anuiacturerot TTcln.b 'ld's (.Icuuliio I'roparailons. from the riil adolphla Le lser.) 1'nii.ADRi.pniA, .lu y lfl, lw:i Our CMtcemcd fnondand fenuw vitieii, Mr 11. 1. lie mbo d I'ltorius us that he eomeuiu ales leaiovlnii to tbe city of New Vork, with a view of enlarging l is l)UNlncn We have Leen ac quainted v ltli i.iiul'or upwards of ten yearn; have been fi ea 0 with bis imej r.tv ana lair dealing. C'omuiencliig ii a tma i wnv. bis art cien murt rinsm.-s mil it to losuro the t uui-ers be Iihh tnei w:th, atd iruni our ac(iialiitance tiiii in tii can cuntiiunt.y tpciiK mat we ao not noiieve he Is a mar, v bo would wth to iuiitose on unv on". mucli ie-K tlie atlllrK d, and real y lr. on. own long bml Dem experience as tu uiiv.ril'ing niitiltmn. we havo i. ever lituru ol tho succo s of uny mcdiciuo without merit. I From rhlladnlphia Evening ISu'lctln of Jane 20, lR6t. w e are gratified to hear of the continued anccas In l?ew York of our townsman. Mr. H T Ilelmliold. Drue- frlpt Ilia storx, next the Metropo lian Hotel, Is i8 tet ircnt. K.U let t u co ananven res in neignt. itlscer tain'y a trued eMablislnuent. and ouei ks cavorably oi tli nierltol hli.nicli s. lie retains Ufa ofilc-e and laboratory in ihiK clty( which are alsomoael entauuKhuieuis of their CIO.-. TIELXBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU. A positive end upeelflc remedy for diseases or the Blad der, Kleiiryg. Gravel. Dropst. 'J lie utmost conttdence tan be rr posed in it8 curailve power in tne above dia- rr.M S.alfO in restoring tne exliausted powers ol nature, v, liicb are ai coimmnlod by so many alarming symDtiiras. iitiiong which wl;l be found Indipositton to Exer Ion, 1 ors o Aiemery. Wakefulness, Horror ol Disoasc, or tore IooIdks ot evi. : In tact, unlvtr al LosMmde, 1'fostration. and Inal'liii to enter into the enjoyments of societv. If no remedy Is used In xn?h cases Consumption or In rani v ensues. Vlbit our hospitals, asylums, and prisons and be convinced ') lie reader must a'so be aware that Jofcever slight may be the attack, it is sure to a fleet hli dooiiv neaitn. nanptness. ana mat oi uis posierny. Helnihold's Extract of Huchu wi'l irlvn you brisk and enei-LCtlc feellnas. enable vou to sleep well, and !s nvre Ftrt Dgtbeniog than any ot the freparaUous of Bark or iron. IIELMBGLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU AND IMPROVED E08E WASH, Cures diseases arising from habits or dissipation and lmprudencles, a'lsylng pain and l' flammatlon, and for which thoso unpleasant and dangerous remedies are fre quently oied. It cures at little expente, little or no change In diet, no Inconvenience, and no exposure. All the above diseases require the aid of a Diuretic. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU IS THE GREAT DIURETIC. HELilDOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLiS Cures Scrofula, Bait Rheum. Scald or Sore Bead, Vet' ter, Pimples on the Face, Erysipelas and all eraptloi of whatever natare on the face or skin, purging out the Eumois which make disease, enriching the Blood, and BEAUTIFYING TUE COMPLEXION. How to use tbe remedies so as to euarantee a perfeot cures In all cases except those arising from habits of dissipation or lmpruuencles, use the Extract Buchu. In these use tbe Extra tBacUuand Bise Wash, In Flamors on the face, or any and every part of the body, use Ex tract SarsaparlUa, apply to Plmp'es aad external Humors or Eruptions, Improved Uoie Wash. Whole- aome food recommended In alt the above disea-ies, Instead of restricted, avoiding fatty and hlfh-seaioned food and acidulous and stimulating drinks. In lecont cases, a cure is enectea m an anonismngiy short period; but In cases of long standing It Is better to purchase i half doxen bottles, and ase faithfully aocordlug to ex pllcit directions, in which case I am enabled to guaran tee a perfect oure. Direct letter! to DELMBOLD'S Drug and Chemical Warehouse, No, 694 B load way, New York, next Metro politan Hotel, or HELMBOl.D'S Medical Depot, No. 104 fjunth Tenth street, Assembly Bulld'ngs, Philadelphia. Describe symptoms inlall communications. Bold by all druggists everywhere. BEWAEE OP C0UNTEKKEIT3. ASK FOB HELMBOLD'S. TAKE 170 0 TIIEB, OVER THE BORDER. Anxiety of ttio liaunrh s to tbe Fe nian 1lvme in th Fsiltvd Ntateaj tlrnfiral Nweeuey and Irotltlcnt Ko bcrta) In C-anntla- The Oanndlan Pnlanw Object te Ueueral Sweeney Oolnar to Inland by Way or ;stala knottier Order to Hie Troop to be Heart jThe Kcuentary Mtlllla to Take tlie t'lelit Tbe Frontier 1 hreatened The Hpeele (Shipped to r'orflMl l'lnti. Etc. Toromio, Jtvouary 28. If I can correctly Inter pret, the retti-nt pingular ltion-uieuU and prepa rations of the militnr.v and civil author-ilies. of this country, I am forced to the conviction that thg border scores ol the pust two or three mouths will sink Into inainificance before one that now threatens to burnt over the province. The Canadian aulhoiities believe in tve doc trine of in peace prepare lor war, and when a few weeks ueo ihoj scented danger in the Keniaa comhinotiona they showed praiseworthy proinnti iie? s in preparing lor le!e:it;e, and thereby avoid ing a anrpriae. Tbe "O'Malionv and Koberts cnmnaiiro." vihile i' Khowcd tbat the invasion of Cunudit wan eeriotulv tontoni plated, and that the tocain of altitm fonuccd bv the tCaauda correspondents was well p rounded, for a scaaon disarm 1 the people of this country of lear, and lett the im pression upon their minds that the internal stri'e between the contending factions would result in the ntter diaaoltuioa of the organlza- ion. The consequence was that evervbidv breathed more ireely, and laitRhod at the fears ol those who mill persisted in attaching im- tortnnce to the Fenian orcanizition. The Gov ernment, however, were n:t disarmed of dunyer, and retained rue service tmiitia on itie rrontier. Tbe report of (cncral Sweeney's and Colonel Itoberte1 speeches av BulVal , promisintr beiore the cunt of Mav shine to conquer a certain ter- r.tory, is believed to apply to Canada, and as a matter ol course new anxiety is created. I will not affirm that there is excitement, but that great anxiety is manifested on account of the fe wet-ncy-KohcrtB movements no one dare venture to doubt. AN OBDKB FROM GENERAL MITCnEI.L. . The DroccedineB of the Fenian meetinz in Butlolo uppeared in the proviuci U press-on Sat urday morning, untl 1 am informed tnat on Saturday afternoon a despatch was received Irotu General Mitchell by the commandant here to perfect the military orcunizaiions and have ins command "aiwfts roaay." TDK BEDftNTABY MlMTIA TO ARKS. The sedentary militia of Catuida is composed ol tho?e liable to military duty who are not already in the service militia, from which the details nave neen maae oi tnoso wno are now 6ervintr as froutier pickets. This force perhaps numbers 160,000 men, who are called out lor muster once per year, and are only called into service when needed, as in the Kebullion of 1837. It acems, from a circular that has just been privately circulated among tho cadets who have praduatcd at the military schools, that the Government intend to throw this force into the Held in view of tho movements of the Senatorial Fen lane. The city press, for some catne probably to prevent alarm has not referred to this circular, and it has been reserved lor an obscure and obscene theet ht Woodstock to make the an nouncement and give the purnortot thecircular, dated January 10, ordeiing all tne cadeU to stUe wuettier tney can taKc commands in tne seden tary militia, immediately to bo called out lor active duty. . The circular doe3 not indicate how munv of the setnicntary militia will be put in the lield, but Irom its contents it fa evi dent tliut the Government ha3 private in forme tion that warrants this extr.tordinnvv addi tion to the item ol "defenses." When the order calling cut this loree is propaeated, I apprehend there will be a general consternation and such an upriFii'g.of the people that Toui Sweeney will not tilhtia tne guost ot a chance lor limiting Canada a base unless he strikes quickly and hard, li he contemplates a mot nine visit to Preseott, and a railway rido to Ottawa with a few thousand men to secure the persons of Darcv McCee. John A. McDonald. Cartier. Catnt- bell, und Company aa hootuges for O'Leary and ms accomplices, ne must do it neiore me tmiitia are under arms, or be may find the route totte new Canadian capital "a hard road to travel." SnAftrENINQ THEIR BAYONETS. In view ot active service the coin mantling omcer oi me uotn uegiment, at London, nus given orders lor emitting the eword-oajouets ued by hi regiraert, aud tho work has been ' accomplished to the satisfaction ol all con cerned. DEFENSES. The Government and tho military authorities are as busy as bees strengthening the forts on the (runtier, erecting new torts and making Kingston, Toronto, and Montreal "hard to take." These iacty. coupled with tho pretty well-accredited rumor that all the banks havo sent their surplus f-pecie to gnrrisoned and fortified points, show which way the wind blows. In view of these movements I am satisfied there is fun or work ahead. The reputation which General Tom Sweeney had in Sherman's army was that he was a man who talked but lit tle a man of deeds who, when he declared his determination to do a thing, would do it; though his satanlc malesty stood in his path. Sweeney Erouoiaeg to conquer a territory before May. If e does that it must be done within a month, whether that territory be Canada or Goat Island. TROOrS EN KOCTK TO THS BORDER. Toronto, January 31. I briefly telegraphed you to-day the particulars of the new Fenian bcure. The Government Is now hurrying troops to the frontier from London and Hamilton. Sixty rounds of ball cartridge have been Issued to volunteers and regulars at London, Toronto, Hamilton, Hnd other points. From their move ments, and private information I have received, it ia evident a raid or invasion on the western border is near, and that the time has come for me to repair to the point where the raid will occur. I leave here to-morrow for lort Huron, where I shall remain as long aa there is a pos sibility of that being the point of inte rest. THE THREATENED POINTS. For three or four days past there have been strange and exciting rumors afloat as to Fenian combinations on the f rontier and the intentions of the Canadian Government; but no reliance was placed on them until yesterday, when a despatch passed over the wires stating that the 8weeneyi.es were collecting on the western fron J tier. Yesterday the military forces all over the upper province were on the q'ti vive, and a por tion of them are now moving to the front. The general impression in the Cunadian mind is that a small band of Fenians are preparing a raid upon Barnia or Windsor, lor the purpose of embroiling the Uuited 8tates and Eugland in difficulties that may result in war between the two countries. THE CANADIAN HEAD CENTRE. I saw the Head Centre of Canada to-day, but he keeps very "mum." AN ADDRESS TO BB ISSUED TO THE CANADIAN FENIANS. An address to tbe Canadian Fenians is to be issued to-morrow, and I will endeavor to get a cony ana teiegrapn or muii it to yon. The Govcri.meut are calling out nearly all the militia as last aa thev can arm them. The in lormaticn upon which they act baa been partly outainea irom ucncrai Bweeney a insnector Due- pan, a bar-ioom loater of New York, who was sent to Canada on a tour of inspection to esti mate tbe itreneth of the British forces, etc., but who "turned traitor," as the Canadian Fenians say, ana gave the Government lull information as to 8weney'g deslgne. JVew Yvrk Herald. THIRD EDITION MEXICAN AFFAIRS. The Withdrawal of French Troops. New York, February 3. The Iribur.e's Wash ington correspondence says that the immediatj withdrawal of the French troops from Mexico may be regarded as certain. Lcttcrn have been received confirming the news that an Extra r dinary Commissioner has been sent to Mexico to make the necessary preparations lor the evacua tion. The Emperor no longer insists on the re cognition of Maximilian by (he United States, but is satislled with the renewed promise that the Government of tho United States will pre serve the strident neutrality with regard to Mexico. Whether an African force, however, is to supply the place of the departing French troops U not stated. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM MEXICO. I'rcirh Troop to b Immediately With -tlmwu from Mexico lue t'nited States to Ktinaln Central. Washington, February 2. Letters have lust been received here from Paris, confirming in every important particular the information con cerning tbe intentions ol the Emperor ot France with teeard to Mexico, which 1 gave you some time ago. Tho Emperor ia rendy to withdraw his forces fiom Mexico with the least possible delay, do mnudina nothing of t:.e Government oi tbe United States except that it meanwhile remain neutral between the belligerent parties, accord ing to the assurances frequently tfiven and re iterated by the Government during the past thiee years. The Emperor of France does not ask lor the recognition of Maximilian, nor insist upon any other treaty stipulations. The statement put lorth by the Paris Pre.ise, that an Extraordinary Commissioner has been sent to Mexico to make preparations lor the evaluation, is continued by the letters here re ceived. I have good reasons tor believing that the State Department is already in possession of oilicial information to this ctlect, and it is ti be hoped thut such information will soon be laid beiore the public. The statement here given came from a most trustworthy source, and may be looked upon as absolutely trustworthy. Kew York Tribune. Arrival of Keld'orceuieutit for the French Army Reported Del'eatH of the Liberals Proven of Kallroad aud Other Improvement. The steamship Vera Cruz, from Vera Cruz Juuiuirt TA, via Havana 28, arrived at this port Yesterday. We have, by this arrival, tiles of the Mexican Times, from which we make the loliowing extracts: FRENCH TROOPS. It is estimated that 1200 French soldiers have arrived in Mexico during this week to reinforce the various corps. Three hundred Arabian bbrwg have also ar liveil. With this at:eesion the stpiadrous will he of 12(1 Arabian horses, not estimating the Mexican horses. Another lot of Arabian horses is toon expected. REPORTED DEFEAT OK LIBERAL TROOPS. Colonel Tievino. on the 2ith of December last. completely routed a bandol dNsidieuts at Salinas ictoiia, kiiuu? six, taking aix prisoners, their arms and money, and f,8 horses. On the 4th of January. Commandant D. Alvaro de rreuder, with 160 men ot his own command, Jolt Toluca and attacked Garcia Cauo, the dissi dent chief, at San i'hilipe del Obraje, routing him completely, killing many, wounding a large number, and taking sixteen prisoners, with a huge amount ot horses, arms, and munitions of war. On the 6th, Garcia L'ano, attempting to escape alone in the diligence, was recognized and urrt-Btetl. having on his person $500 in gold He was taken to prison in Toluca, aud is now guarded by a body ol Belgian troops. it is reporton mr.i me oissiuienrs are concen ti nting near Zutacuaro lor tbe purpose of attack inar Toluca. General Rosalanda is on the spot, anxious for them to come. N terete is in Sen Antonio, Texas, for tbe pur pose, we suppose, of preaching a crusade against the empire. lue mara aa immrico oi me zum or January furnishes a long list of dissldients who have sub mitted to the empire. The country everywhere is being quieted, and order and confidence re stored. RAILROADS. We are informed that the track-laying beyond Gaudalupe on the New Line has cotumeuced, and is now progressing finely. Among the sturdy, intelligent Englishmen who came with Mr. Lloyd, none excel Mr. Jacob Gumming in energy, practical skin, ana industry, tie is now en caced. on the New Line, and he assures us that the utmost efforts will be used to complete this road as soon as nossible. It is assured that the project of the horse-car railroad between Vera Cruz ana l'uebla, passing by Jalapa, rerote, and an Juan ae los Llanos, has been approved by the Emperor. The road between Vera Crnz and Jalapa must be completed in January, 1HC7, and to Puebla at the end ot the same year. EMIGRANTS FROM THE SOUTH. We (Mexican Times) have received lettors re cently from Sres. Price, Shelby, and Harria, at Cordova. Thev are all well, and dome well, and deiiEbted with Mexico. We have also heard from Colonel Terry, ot Guadalajara, and Colonel u isannon, oi Kan L-uis rotosi. iioia are wen. Senor John Henry Brown, late of Texas, is in lutatan, and corresponds lor tne limes. An Imperialist View of the Bltnatloa Jnani no linger President Beeanae net Re-elected 111a Similiter r Jfnatlce Aeaerte 111b Caoae Tbe Minister ( laluia tbat be Should Have Taken tbe Prewldency Jnarss Accused of Pro longing Ilia Term of OfUce Maxlml llan'a Hpeecb on tbe Heath of Hie raihcr-ln-law He Itoaalst of What He II aa Done for Mexico Information About the Imperial Mexican Kxpre&a Company, Etc. THE UNITED 8TATES AND PRESIDENT JtJABUZ. from La Nation, December 18. The latebt news from the United States de clares tbat General Logan has declined to accept the position of Plenipotentiary to tbe Juarist Government, which was ottered him by the wasnwgion caDinet. Had any other person been designated to occupy that portion, we should have Inquired whether his Excellency the Plenipotentiary would have proceeded to meet face to face the lawlul President of the Mexican Kepublio. Let us examine the situation with perfect im partiality. The United Stales Governmenthas lust broueht to a close, with a successful result, a prolonged ana wooay war waved lor tne purpose of en forcing tbe respect due the law. It is therefore to bo supposed that this same Government, aa rinptrloits as I is powerful, has no desire to lg to bv its f reign policy the prinninle hit ii i bh cuiiFeu to prevail ui nome oy eaenuueu uniitin bered. At pr sent tbe Government of Senor Juarez ha er aed to exist lemillv and defaott In truth, its const tutional career closed on tho 31'hdny oi November last. His power not havi g been cmtlrmed bv an eleetion. a ordained ty tho republican constitution of 1657, Senor Jiurez must pive way to the acting President of" the Supreme Court of Justice, once a member of his paiiy, who. having encountered tne same ttiir"ra .li are, has ntieneth eiven oroots ot bis adhe rens to the principles represented by the con- ermmon ot irt.w. iuttend of obevine ihelaws which bo pretenis to UDhold, Senor Juarez has promulgated de crees which declare htm to be still in power, when in the same country lives the man who houlJ now occunv his Dosition. Bv such action he ienores the constitution ol the lan J, and by ignoring that constitution he destrovs with his own nana the titles ot ins lawlul existence as President. The iusticc of this statement was set forth at the cl()i-e ol Juarez's ollicut'. career, br the citi zen who Hoonld have been invested with the PrepidetiCy; that citizen was Senor Don Manuel Ruiz, Acting I resident ot the Supreme Court, tenor IUuz has just retired to private hie, having Uttered a solemn protest against the, a-ta ot the ex-l mident. and having demonstrated that the ct nstitut lotiul decrees having boeu overruled by the said Juarez, the official proceedings of the cx-iTesiaent are nun and void. The newspapers have published the protest. B' given below, and tne statements therein con- ttii.ed cannot emanate from a more reliable source, be.ne made pubi c by a man who hai clung to the Republican Government to the very close ot its existence, having endured as many hardships as Juarez himself. xne suDstance ot tins declaration is mat tne Government ot Juarez has fallen by limitation of his lease of oflice, and moreover, been over thrown bv its own acts: its death occurred on the 30th day of November, 1865, the last day of its legal power, uesidee, it was destroyed Dy those very men who viola'ed the Constitution which had been their banner: since then it has neither existed legally nor defaoto.. we nave confined ourselves to tnese Dnei and lucid observations, penned without bitlerness and witnoui anger, befieving tnem worthy tne cousideratljn of all American citizcu3 of good faith. Speech ef the Emperor Maximilian. A deputation waited on the Emperor on the IGih ol Jauuorr. to otler sentiments ol con dolence on the death of his tather-iu-law, the late King ot Belgium. The Emperor replied as follows: Gcntlcmon: I thank yoa for the symnathy vou have maiiileslcd in the griol of the JCmpress aud my. sen lor inu truuDle tnat nas boia len us. in utiou a iniKlortune there is much to console ub in tuo re membrance of tho groat and noble examplos that have been left us as an hontaee ir tn lau King of lie mum. Ho, like ourselves, in accepting the throne that people oflbieuliim found a nation to CjustituW and a tuovcrn euttoiouna. i nanzt io tne uisinteieuea nteivcntiou ot Initio-', ho was enabed to make peace succeed to war. and devoted liim oil without. intcrmiHtion to institute valuable nn r.or roiorms. He riromiged liberty to Ins people, aud uurinn a ouir period ol thirty-five yean lie fulfilled bis word. He pn-niisco tne country security auu tranaunmy ana e rave tnem Doin to it, coucouaattug aic us man- jieiHlti.ce. He did more ho oievalod it to a dtatiu ruithed rank amoui' the tUitts ot Europe and oreu nmuoitonool ine first in commercial importance and iriedom of thou?ht, leav.ng i s escutcneou aud nome ti up witnout a stain. Wo stioJl omleivor t profltjby this srreat exa nplo, bvvliicb God litis shown us ttiut lfu I'rovidonoo never loisukes iv.fct and bonorrdile nioimrislis in thoir nobia enterprises. His aunitliter, tbe Emprosn, has ust returned liom a loilsonie journey into distant a ml 8 in a damrorous climate, with uo other salo-cuard than tao love of tl.t peop:e; everywhere ho has mot with a Iraiik aud coroial recep ion tnat nas snown over attain the sympathy that exists between tho nation and Jouiseives when the diecontentod were pleased to my that my aujrust consort would only meet with iudiftcrenco when calumniators dared in ctend tbat she woula forget her duty and le'uru to Kurojju. On this occasion I am hapiy to exoress particularly m deep gratitude to hero o Vera Cruz ana rcnutuui xucaian, wno nave receiver iiio e n- press with an affection that will ever remain on grsved on my heart. AS to myself, pentiemen, yen navo ooen witnesses to my labors. Laying aside thQVuIn theories whicri leaa to anarcny, i nave consecruiea any nine to iuo direction ot the public administration, to tho deve lopment ot tne elements ot tne weaiin ana prospe rity of tbe country, and to the solution ot the groat questions which interest it tne most. In this arduous tack 1 have boon obliged to en counter the imnatiouce of some and the back yard- n'-s of others; torwounus opened ovnuy years oi e vil var aro not ueuieu m a uay; out siroug in lalth, 1 ro straight to my ond with indefatigable perneveranco. My strengtn mar tail ; my win never. Mv object is not to change the d -mocratio customs of the ua ion, because 1 am convinced that tiey ole- vftlpthn mind ot the e tizen in ininng mm Wltu the consciousness of his dignity and value. 1 have rtsuected tt.a liberty of the Dress when it ban no degenerated into heenso, at tbe same tune that I have Biade tbe authority of the lanit respected. He must be blind, indotd, that doesnotAse that a strong authority la the last anchor oi saioty tor our country. You bave seen my calmness in the mldt of caltim tifn tlmt hnvn linen nninted acallist us by foreigners Forward. penUemen : the calumnies will pass, but our works will ren.aiu. Strong inlthe support of my conscience and the purity of my intentions, l con ti mnlatAtlie luture with tranauillitv. Mexico has put her honor in my hands. Let her know tbat her honor is assure. EFFECT OF THE BPEKCH. The official journal has the lollowin g remark! on the epeech: "it is imoosstble to describe the magical effect produced upon all present by the grave and sig niHeant words of the Emoeror. When we re member the great example that the august father ot our sovereign eave aurinir ms me, to ine noble and generous projects that their Majesties rhprish for the hanoiuess of Mexico, the Impe rial discourse could not fall to inspire in all those who had the happiness to hear it, the purest and noblest love for the sovereign and the noun try." Tlie ceremonv put the seal to the august and melancholy gravity suitable to the mournful ovent. that it recalls. The EmDeror wore his General's unlfo-m, so remarkable for its simplicity. The epauiettes were covered with crape, at the collar tho Mexi can eagle. trndnf n Hoimrsl nn a Serious Chnrere. " - , - "7 t Tmo l'cl,niuru '). Ufn(-rul t ;ool hnnch. who' is charged with having been engaged in VHIIOUS IWIUH11UK UllClUUUUB r . . . . . ,J f A ,1.11, oi tne country, was un i-bu nut Markets by Telegraph. New Obleaks, February 2. Cotton aotlye, with sales ot 8600 bales; prices range from 16 to 49 cents. The tales ot the week have boon 82,000 Dales, and the receipt 22,(J00 bales. The stock on hand Is 8000 ba es. ugar aotirt; fair and tully fair, HJKiJo. Go'd, 140. Otber markets unchangod. Jixw Yobk, February 8 Cotton dull at 48tf.49o. Flour arm and advanoed 6o.j sales ot 8000 barrelg. IState, 6-00,o8 20; Ohio, 88 6010 85; Western 8-90 tton.uern unclianged, sales of 61 Hi barrels; nuda firm, sales of 850 ban els at ff7 96gU- Wheat elosod with an advancing tontfenoy. Cora dull aud drooping, heef steady. Pork heavy and un changed. Whisky doll and nominal. Kkw York. JCJUruary 8d tocVs are hotter. Chioago and flock LOan t 100: Cumberland pre fericd, 442; ltjiois Cusural, 116: Michigan South em, mi hiuTf York (Central, 88il lteading, J; Hudson layer, 100; Virginia 6s, 60; Erie, 78J; Western 1) nion Telegraph, 60 ; u 8. Conpoim, 1881, 108i!do.l80B. lOSjtdo. 186. 102; do. 18tJ6. 102ij II, rS. 10-40s, 94 treasury Seveu thfrtios, uOJfuUJ; One-year certificates, i!8 ; Gold, HOj. Death having made several vacancies of late In the Sacred College, the Pepe has at the pre sent moment no fewer than fifteen scarlet bats to dispose of. . FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY. Special Despatches bi the Evening Telegraph. Tbe Rrg-Uiry Law trtkn an the Haiti- iiiuora ana Ohio Jtaiiroaa, te. Baltimore, February 3. A large and enthusi astic convention of Union men was held in Temperance Temple last right, which passed resolutions a&alnst any irterfcrence with tho Stato registry law, and also approving of the votes of John L. Thomas and Francis Thomas, in Congress, favorinor the franthiscinent of colored citizens, and censuring the vote of Mr. Phelps against it. The resolutions strongly ap proved of President Johnson's course, and like wise of that ef Governor Swann and others in opposing any change in tho Registry Law. The Rebel General Lee is reported in Balti more to-day, and is under a process of lionizing jy his sympathizers. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad still holds out against tho striker, who have appealed to the Citv Council lor aid. Lieutenant Ollley, of the let Dela ware Cavalry, imprisoned in the city Jail for killing a man named White while intoxicated, received his pardon to-day, and is now at liberty. Much sympathy was expressed for him. It is intensely cold, and we have fine skatip.g. From Texas. Xkw Orleans, February 2. A large fire has occurred at JelTerison, Texas, destroying two blocks. Lose, $."0,000. General Morris, commanding the sub-district of Galveston and Houston, has passed through en route for borne, previous to being mustered out of the service. Large Invoices of goods, Imported from Eng land via Savannah, have arrived at Galveston, aud gone to the interior. Several German vessels are soon expected at Galveston with emigrants. The Houston lekgraph gives the favorablo ncua that a general disposition exists among the freed rucn to go to work under the new contracts. Ihe railroad is completed and running between Lnvacca and Victoria. The Rio Grande. New 0rlean8, February 2. General Wcitzel has issued an order directing that every com mantling oflicer shall arrest all armed persons lurking in the district of the Rio Grande. A military commission is now in session at Br.tgos, Santiago, investigating tho Bigdad affair. All persons, whether resident in Mexico or tbe United States, are summoned to appear who are conversant with any circumstance connected therewith. General Weitzel has annulled tbe order mus tering out the 118th Colored Infantry till the re port of the military commission. The arrival of Juarez at Santiago is again re- pcr'.ed. Movements ol Steamships. 1'okti.amd, February 3, 10 A. M. Tho Daman- tt s has arrived Irom Liverpool Jler advices are anticipated Boston, February 3, 11 A. M. The Africa ha arrived irom Liverpool via Halifax. Her quails will be due in Philadelphia on Sunday. New York. February 3. The steamship Talis man has at rived from Jamaica, Port an Prince, and Turk s Island. She brings no news. ' THE STEWART LIBELS. Another AUKd Libel on A; T. Stewart Arrest ef a Sub-Editor of the" Trlbane and on of tbe Proprietor of the St, l.enls "Republican." Mr. A. T. Stewart appeared before Justice Dow line, at the Tombs Police Court, yesterday morning, and entered complaints against Richard T. Colburn, a sub-editor of the New York inbun, and Messrs. Gtorge Knapp. iN. rascnaii and John Knupp, (proprietors ol the St. Lotii ' Missouri Republican, a The complaint In the case charges Mr. Col burn. as correspondent of tho iftitsoitri Republi can, with making certain statements in one of his letters, dated at New York, reflecting on Mr. Stewart's nrivate character and moral standing, which are untrue and maliciously libellous, it further charges tbe proprietors of the Missouri Rtj ublican wth complicity in the matter, inas much as thev allowed the letter to be published. An affidavit was made against Mr. Colburn, as the writer of the article, and Justice Dowhng if sued warrants for the arrest ot Richard T. Col burn and George Knapp, and placed tbam in the hands of Officer John A. Croker, attached to the Tombs Court, for execution. Accordinirly. Officer Croker repaired to the 2ribune office yes terday, and airested Mr. Colburn, and to the Filth Avenue Hotel, last evening, where he ar rested Mr. unapp. In consequence of the lateness of the hoar at which the arrests were made, no otbeial em powered to take bail could be found, so that both accused were iocaea up ior me nigni in the Ninth Precinct Station House. In iustice to the proprietors of the St. Louis Republican it may be said that within a day or two of the publication ot the letter containinz the alleeed libel an article appeared on tne edi torial page of their paper in which it was stated that the letter came to their office late at night, and was not sunervised by any of the editors. but was inserted by the foreman. When their attention was attracted to the letter they repri manded their foreman tor allowing such a loiter ti be published, and lost no time in making as lull un apology as inegoxtgenciee oi tne cose re quired. N. Y. Herald. Recognition ol Dominica. insr message from the President was received by the House to-dav: To the Senate and House of Representatives: Believing the commercial lnteretts ot our coun try would be promoted by a formal recognition ol tne independence ot tne nomimcan tvepuonc, while such a recognition would be in entire con formity with the settled policy of the United States, I have with that yiew nominated to the Senate an officer of the same grade with the one now accredited to the Republic ot Hayti; and I rpi-ommend that an aonrODrlalion be made by Congress towards providing for his compensa tion, ANl'HJSW iiuunbun, Washington, January 30, 1800. Fifteen ladies of high rank in. Paris left their cards at the Princess de Metternich'fi on New Year's dav. each card accompanied by roll of gold pieces to the value of 12, and bear ing a pencil message, which ran thus: "For your poor, Madame, this is tho only etrenne we make this year." So rational an example, it ia to he honed will not be forgotten next year, and thus at nreseut a custom seuseless and useless in the extreme might be the means of bringing endless blessings and unknown comlort to many a cheerless and lire less nome. A JaDanese Commissioner bos lust left Eng land for Marseilles and Japan. Uis name is Shibata Iliougano Kami. FINANCE AND COMMERCE Office of thb Evitnino Telboraph, Saturiay, February 3, I860. There is no material change to notice in tho Money Market; loans on call are frejly ollerod at 6 per cent"; prime mercantile paper is scarce, and ranges at from 79 per cent, per annum. The Slock Market continues moderately active and price steady. Government bonds are firmly held. New6-20s sold at 1024; and 7"3(r? at BO1; 03 was bid for 10-40s; 1032 for e of 1881; and 10J for old 5-20s; Stato and City Loans are rather firmer; Pennsylvania 6s sold at 80; and new City Cs at 91$. In Railroad shares there is less doing. Cata- wlcsa preferred sold at 341(3)331, the latter rate au advance of J on the closing prico last even ing; Pennsylvania Railroad at o5j, an advance ot i; and Reading at 494E1!) J, the latter rate an advanco ot i; 120 was bid 1 r Camden and Amboy;32 ior Little Schuylkill; 64 for Norris town; 37 for North Pennsylvania; 3J for Elmlra preferred; 44 j for Cata-viva common; 204 for Philadelphia and Erie; uud 44 for Northern Central. City Passenger Rail way shares are In better demand. Hcstonville sold at 36j,Gj)3(), a decline of . 71 was bid for fcecond aud Third; 35 for Spruce aud Pine; C5 for West Philadelphia; 32 for Green and Coates; 2d tor Girard College; 20 for Union; and 12J for Ridge Avenue. Bank shares are in good demand, at Ail1 prices. but we hear ot no sales. 205 was bid for North America; 140 for Philadelphia; 51 for Commer cial; lor Mechanics': 74 lor Kensington; 75 for Western ; 31 for Manufacturers' and Me chanics' : 65 lor Bank of Commerce : 80 for Tradesmen's; 61 for City; 62 foi Corn Exchange; antl 60 tor Union. Canal shares are firmly held. Schuylkill Navigation preferred sold at 29 '(4, '2'J 4, an ndvaace of J; i2 was bid lor common do.; 51 lor Lehigh Navigation; lit for Morris preferred; 13U for Susquehanna Canal; 2h tor Delaware Division; nna 0 ior vijonnng va'iey t anal. In Oil shares there was little or nothing doing. Junction told at 11. PHlLADKLi'HIA STOCK EXCIUNQR SALES TO LAI Reported Dy De llaveu k bra, Ho. 40 S. Third utroet. IflKST BOAKD $3000 0 8 5-20164..... 102, 2t)t;0 U e7-30sJuue. U9j 61000 Pa 6s 86 100 ua Cata pt so 86 J 100 dtt do s5. 85i 100 sh do blO ar fcGUOOCityiss new 91 j 100 eh do -oO 85i 60t0 do Dl 300 do 91 it U Sll no Si 100 sh do 86i J K0C0 ITn Can bn.... 25 itKj sn do Dtu r 100 sh do blO. 85 I1K1 rb do 81 $'000 Keadin m 6. 86 J 6VM0 Lehigh 6s.. .84 87 I loOih cata pi. ...s5. 842; 100 ah d D6 8f,i 100 .h 100 an do.. 100 sh do 1.6 86 do,., do., do.. - - " ,) .bit). 85 blO. 85 . -11C S5 iuu an aa tiBJ. W 100 8h liOoh 800 nil l'Oth 100 tt 100 Rh 200 h 100 sh 100 sh 100 ah 100 sn do MO 80 100 sli Sch ti pi 29 100 h do b80 29 iOO sh do 29 do. ...1.10 85 do blO 85 do blO 86, do blO 85ri do 86 I ao 35 do blO 85i do blO 86i 100 sll lo hSO 29 UK) all Union Canlnf.- 6 100 sti Kea.nne...t)30 49) 100 sh do I'M 4M 6(1 sh 1'en im It 55 300 sh MM. oh (Joal Its 6i SALES AT PUPLW STUCK BOARD TO-DAY. Keportcd by P. T. Yv a ton, No. 203 b. Fourth street. FIKST CALL. 100 sh Fosd Dam 1 8 ) S1J 1 X) 8h V n On Df . . 1 5 C 100 sh (la -77 i 600 h Am tJuinir'iW. 1 llARl'Llt, DCKNEY &, CO. quote 08 tollOWS: Hutting. Hehng. American Gold 140 14oJ Amcrloan Silver, is and is 135 1X6 American Silver 13 mw and Ha l Dnuo Vl 181 Pennsylvania Currency 40 80 At'W York Kxctianito 1-20 par. ' rillLAD'A GOLD KXCHANOE QUOrATIONS. 10 A M 1401 12 M 140i 11 A.N 140 lP.il 140jf Market very dull. The New York Tribune this morning says: "Tlie week closes upon an unsatisfactory state of affairs in mercantile circles. Instead of a large increase of trade, buyers are doing next to nothing, aud demanding still lower prices. Domestic goods are ollerod nt prices equal to 6 per cent, decline; but are still neglected. The movement of goods into bond is large, and importers and jobbers are steadily being loaded with commodities. From the factories the advices aie that stocks ore increasing and orders declining. The West does not pay Dromptly, Irom the simple fact of inability. Under declin ing prtoee for farm produce, the small storekeep ers' bills are not paid, the jobbers of the Western cities arc crippled, and their creditors in the Atlantic cities brought to a point where their paper lacks buyers at 1015 per cent, per month. These results are the natural effect ot the end ot the Rebellion, and ot the termination of the expenditures of the Government Tne end is not yet, and those merchants, jobbers, and con sumers who are most prudent now, will be the safest as the season advances and lower prices made, under the inevitable contraction of the cunency." 'The reoelpts of gold from California this year compare with the amount arrived during the same time in 1865 as follows: 1805. 1868. January 4 SI 148,850 January 12 9686,610 January 14. .... 888 619 .lauuary 19 802.360 January 27 611083 February 1 944,878 Total $2,048,467 Xotal. $2,432,863 ..8389,396 Philadel- Inoreaue in 18 oo Amount of coal transported on the phia and Heading Kailroad, during ending Thursday, February 1, 18Gti : From St. Clair " Port Carbon " Fottsvillo " ISchuylkill Haven " Auburn " Port Clinton " UarrUburg and Dauphin the week This. Cat. 16 025 11 6,882-00 D76-11 18,888 -06 922-18 8 8d7-05 68 06 Tot a anth raclte coal fur week 40,309 -15 Bituminous coal from llarrisUurjr aud Danphin for week 2,356 01 Total of all kinds for week 48 664-16 Previously this year 821 404 12 Total 870 069 08 To same time last year . 897,261-10 Philadelphia Trade Report. Satcbday, February 8 There U but lmle de mand for Cotton. Small sales of middling-) at 48(a49c. lo. 1 Qufrcitron Bark ieecatoo, and is steady at $32 60 p ton. Clovereovd is nt.t to active, but prices are an changed. Sales of 600 bush, lair and ohoice quality at 7-7G8 87J. Xfmorhy is worth M to M 60. Ttiere is but little Fiaxneid coming in, and it com mand 88 16. The 'our Market is extremely dull, and the sales are confined to a few hunrtred barrels at 7'7'60 lr Darrel for Buperfluefi 8J;8 60 for extra; 9 60t$ 810 60 for Pennsylvania and Ohio extra family; aud 811(6 18 for lancy Western Kye F.our Is dull and eoliiug iu a small way at 85'6'J. Corn ileal is nomi nally bcld at 84 25. but there is no demand There it not much demand for Wheat, and info rior lota can only te aoia at relativxly low rlirure. ftuiall gale of ood and prime red at 82 16(2'25 aud poor quality at 81 &J2; white rauitea 'rom 82 25 to 82 00; 1000 buHtieii .dichicran Bold at 82 67. aud one lot at 8 2 76. ltve i very dull, and bas declined to 90(a93c. Corn is in fair request and iinme i raMier better, balo of 4000 builiels vul ow at 7&t76o. Oi't are dull at 46fa:47e. KKJ0 bushel JUait (old at 81 40. In w bisky nothing dolna, and rncn are nominal t 82 26a2 27.