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V ITITm "TT T" JI IrUl a H TOL. V.-No. 66 nPIIILA-DELPIIL, SATURDAY, MAECH 17, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching tho Blood. JV'O W IS 1 HE 11ME TO USE A IE VENTIVE. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. PUR AKT TtF-ALTHY BLOOD RESISTS DISEASE, And while thoremay be no occasion for alarm, those of ni J ure blvMi are uiost llablo to suCer. nnn IHII HUH nHH HUH JUKI Illill I1HH II till HUH JllllIIIHUHUIlrt HUH HH1I UHll HHlt HHU I1HH HH'I HUH 1111U bHU IN TIIE SPRING MONTHS the system natnrallv unrtetgoes a change, end HKLMliOLD rt HIGHLY lONCENTHATM I XTRACT OF (SABAPAR1LLA Is an assistant or the greatest value. UlY'lfcU BLOOM TO THlt PALLID CHEEK AND BEAtTIFYINO TILE COMPLEXION EEKEV.EKEEEE I V. bELELELEfci E K c, JtKR IKK KtKEEE KM EKE Ei:n EKE i KEK K EEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEJ IT ERADICATES ERUPTIVE ami ULCERATIVE DIBEAShH of the 1'HKUAT. NOHK, fcTKS, EYELIDS, H ALP and 8K.1N, which so disfigure the appearance, Pl'KtilNO the evil ellectii of mercury and removing all talnta. the reinnanuol DI-EA.Ei hereditary or other wise, and la taken oy ADULTd and CUILDBEH with perieUUAFJbll. ILL LLL 1.1. L LLL LLL LLL LLL M LLL LLL LLL iLM.LI.Ll LT,LL hLLLLLLLLLL Sot a lew of the worst disorders that affect manVInd arise Iroui the corruption that accuinu nlos iu the blood, Ot all the discoveries that hate been made to purge It out, none can equal in ellect Helmbold's compound Ex tract ot Sarsparila It oleauses aud renovates the blood, instils the viper of health Into the system, and purge out the bumori which make disease. It stimu lates the healthy functions of tne body, and expela the d iaordesr that grow and rankle In the blood. MMMM MMMM S1MUM 11 MSI a MM4 M M MMU MMM AC M MVM MHN H M MMM MMM M M MMU MMM M M MMM 11 MM M M UAH MUM M M MMM MAIM M M MMM MUM M MMM MMM V Mailt Scrofulous, mercsrlal, and syphilitic diseases destroy whatever pan thev may attack. ' housand ale au- nuullv iroin protracted diseases 01 tb.s elass, and from the abuse of mercury. Visit any hospital, asylum, and prUon, and satisfy yourself at te truiuiulness of this assertion. The s.vst.in best resists the Inroads of these diseases by a judicious combination ot Tonics. Helmbold's HlKbly :oncenuated Fiutd Extract Bar saparllla Is a Tonic ot the ireatest value arresting the most Inveterate disease at tor the glands are destroyed, and tho bones already attectod. 'ihts is the testimony oi thousands who h-vo used anil proscribed it lor the last 16 year.. TtBBBBBRB BBUhBliBBB BBU 11 HB lillli IHiH BBB BUB BBIiBBBBB BflBBBBBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBB BBBBBBBBB BBBBBBB AN INTERESTING LETIEIt is published in the Medice-Cblruritlcal liovlow, on the subjoct of the ex tract of Sarsaparilla in veneieat additions, by Benjamin Trovers, '. K. S., etc. H pea king 01 Svphlils, aad diseases arising irum the excess of niercutv, lis states, "That no remeay it equal to the tatract ef Surtaparxlla; itt power it extraordinary, mi re tothun any other drug lam ac quamt eaicith. It it in the ttneteit tenia a tunic, with thf invaluable ai tribute that it is a, plicuble t a ttate of the tyttem to tun ken and yet to trrxtable at rvn drt other tubttancet of the tonic aatt unavailable or injurtout." OOOO OOOOOO 0(0 OOO OOO OOO 000 OoO OOL OOO OOO OOO OOO OOO OOO 00 OOO OOO UOOOOO , OOOO TWO TABLESPOONPPTJL ot the Extract of Harsa ranlla, added to a pint of water, is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle is equal to a gallon of the Svrup of harsaparlila, or the docoetioa as asaally made. The decoction is exceeding troablesome, as it Is neees ary to prepare it Iresh every day, and the syrae is still mora objectionable, as it Is weaker than the deeoetlon; lor a fluid saturated with sugar Is susceptible f holding lii solution much less extractive matter thaa water ajont.and Hiesviue is otherwise objectionable for the patient is frequently nauseated, and his stomaeh lur- feiteo, oy me large proportion 01 sugar ne is ooiujsa ta taka with each dose of earaaDarll a and which is ol ma nse whatever, except to keen the decoction frou sdoII Ing. Here the advantages and superiority of the Fluid extract in a comparauve view are sifisaaxiy maaussk LLL ' LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LLL LI.L LI.LLLLLLLLL LLLLLLL LLLL Helmbold's EXTRACT BtJCHTT Curei Kidney Disease. Helmbold a EXTRACT BCU'HU Cures Rkeamatlsm. Helmbold's hXTH ACT BUCHU Cures Urinary Disease. lUlrauoia itiiaiuT ni'unu i;ures Oravel. He mi old's EXTR ACT BDCHO Cares Htrlotarei. Hnlmbold's EXTRACT BUCUU Cures bmiov. Fur the disease named above aud for Wnkainui and Pains In the Rack, Female Complaints and Dis orders, arising nuia excesses ei any auaa, it U In Valuable. DDDDDDDD DDDDDDDDD DDI) DDD DbD DDD DDI DDD DDD DUD DDI) DDD DDD DDD DlD DDD DDD Dl)l DDDDDDDDD DDDDDUDD THESE EXTRACTS HATB BEEN ADMITTED TO rfiRINTHKlMTKD mur.s admt. and are also in very general ose In all the Htate HOBI'l TALS and 1-V'bLlC "AMTASY MSnTUlloaa throaghout the land as well as in private practice, ana are ouusiaerea as lnVAinaDlv renieumn. " HOLD IIY ALL TlRTTfinigTH. Trinolpal Depot HH.MBOLD'o DBCO AXD CliEMlCAI WAHEMUHHK, UKDKO. 1MB. TKNfU BTXEKT. PHILADELPHIA. 4 Hold by Dnigglats evtrywbare. SXWAJUS V V0VMJM.arK.H9, 111 CUBA. sssVls,sssVs rartlculars of the Kcccnt Rcvoln- tionary Dcmonslralion. ajs iya-vvv-wWuWii,ii" -- - -,-- THE CARGO OF CAPTURED AFRICANS. Sulmarine Telej?raph Between Cuba, Mexico, and the United States. EtCi Ete Et4h. Et Kto EUkt Eto. a aaasaii WASaAiVV a THE LATE REVOLUTION ART BEHOKSTRATIOV. Havana. March 10. The Sanua newananer nf the 6ih iiift. publlnhes the followin? rcearfiing the late outbreak at Vilia Clara, which I trans late literally: Our meritorious civil guard hag jugt rendered an important service. It appears that a band of nipnwayruen, coneisun!? ot ftome lonrteen or Mxteen foolhardy iadividuah, armed with cut lasses, knives, and muakcts, attempted a rising at Villa Clara, or some point in that district. Their intention apparently was to get up a sort of marauding expedition, and their suspicious proceedings created considerable alarm in that peaceiui section or ma lsiuna. xneynm made their appearance in the Culnbazal district: but inlonnation of their arrival bavins been re ceived oy Don joee nernanaez uaivez, com manding the civil puard in that district, lie im mediately started in search of them with a por tion oi his force, and, supported by the lieu tenant commanding at Cicnfuentes, he came across them at a point called iatrtiaynbon, in the district of San Juan de los Reuiedtos. Some shots were exchanged, and, finally, tha civil forces succeeded in capturing twelve of the insureents, among whom were Dm Ventura, HOHeu, Anoret LiOpez, Maximo uuerra, Antonio Kodrigucs, and Augustin Milian. They were taken to Remediosand duly delivered to the custody of the civil authorities to await trial. The parties implicated are stated t belong to the respectable class of society. Villa Clara, where the demonstration took its rise, is a town of considerable importance on the north sida of Cuba, diKtaut about sixty leagues from Havana. Its situation is favorable lor a revolutionary movement, as the eastern portion ot the inland is the most mountainous and the most disaf fected, being inhabited by a manly class ot coun trymen, termed greajiros. ANOTHER ACCOUNT. From the Prenta ot March 7. The reoort which we copied yesterday from the bagva, regarding the capture of a number of individuals euspected ot oing aDout to get up a marauding expedition, turns out to nave been greatly exaggerated. The truth of the matter, as we have learned trom sources worthy ot cre dit, is as follows: Some dozen or mora indi viduals were, drinking together in a tavern bodega), when one of them, being excited by his potations, expressed himself in violent teran against the Government, and a lieutenant Irom TuguajaboD, who was present, rebuked the man, and, fearing that the dit-pate might end in violence, the civil guard were notliied, who, meeting two of the party coming out of the tavern, arretted thorn lor carrying arms without authorization, and after inquiring the names i.f the others, they arreted then also, and handed them over'to the officers ol justice at Baa Juan do los Kemedios. upon investigation it appears that the man whom the llerr.eoant had reproved is addicted to drunkenness, and in the habit of talking wild when under the influ ence ot liquor, and that the others belong to the lcspectable class of society, having never uSend- ed against too laws. TUB CARGO OF AFRICANS. The Spanish war steam trlfevtune arrived here this morning (as I stated in my letter forwarded by the Moro CasUe), having in tow a coasting schooner with a considerable aumber of Afri cans on board. It is reported that the blacks were transferred from a brig which landed seven hundred of them at San Antonio. The owner not appearing they were purchased hv Senor Marty at the rate oi fifteen ounces ($225) eacu. rue total liu tuner or a means taken by the Neptune is estimated at nearly one thousand five hundred touts. The Lritish steamer Bolivian appeared off the poitthe evening before last, from New Orleano, and the Captain not understanding the signals from to Morro fortress "aot ta enter at night," wag fired at with blank cartridge and had to wait till next morning. fcCBMAIUNH TELEGRAPH TO THE TJNITID STATES AND mxico. Late papers from tha United States say that an American company has obtained from the State ot Florida the right to land and extend tele graphic cables from the shores of that State to tae island of Cuba and the Bahamas. This com pany is probably not aware that by a royal de cree, Madrid, June 30, 1865, the exclusive ritrht to land telegraphic cables on tha coast ot Cuba was conceded to a Spanish company, organized under the Marquis Alarlanao, Count Saa Bste ban. Don Arturo de Marcoartu. and other dis tinguished capitalists, tor the purposs of con necting the "ever faithful island" with Mexica and the United States. TBS CIOAR TRASH. An exposure was made some time ago bv tht European press, denouncing the ingenious lrauds committed in Germany and elsewhere, to the great Injury of the genuine article, both in spunoas manufactures and in tha exportation of cigars for reimportation. A number of our manufacturers lately held a meeting to devise the best means to pat a stop to the practice. One of the remedies proposed was to establish a newspaper, exclusively in de fense of their interests. The idea of having a newspaper Is not a new one, as the Homalez Cigarette Manufactory has had one tor some time, under the direction of the proprietor himself. Till AR0UBXLE9 CABl. Teur readers may recollect that against the sentence pasted on Arguclles last year he made an appeal to the Bnpreme Court of Spain, which is still pending. It is said that he forwarded "certain documents" home with a view to im plicate others and to vindicate himself in that business to which he owes his disgrace; but what is certain is that ha is still an inmate ot the Havana "Tombs," or Carcel Publiea. He seems to be badly provided for in a pecanlary view, as he sent the other day to get some money from a "friend. JV. Y. Herald The little town of Tubingen, Prussia, has been convulsed lately by a strike among the students who dance. It appears that two young Royal Princes are stadents at Tubingen, and ft has been their custom at the balls simply to signify to any young lady their wish to danee with her, upon which she has been obliged to disappoint any happy student to whom she might have been previously engaged. The result was that the student refused to attend the balls at the Museum Clab. In justice to tha Princes, it must be added that they are willing tr renounce the privilege they had previously enjoyed; but Professor von Quenstedt, the President of the Muaeam, has succeeded in muddling matters, and the difficulties have not been jet arranged, TlilllP EDITION CANADA. lJEIN IVTV SCARE. Fears of an Advance from Detroit. 10,000 MEN COMING FROM ENGLAND. Tho British West India Squadron Ordered to Halifax. A LULL IN THE EXCITEMENT. Montreal, March 16. Special to tho New Tork WortJ. The Government has received a letter from an official in Windsor, Canada West, stating that tho Mayor of Detroit informo'i him that he caused inquiry to be made into the ex tent of the Fenian movements in that city, and discovered that there was a likelihood of an attack from that point. The Government was also notified that the Amciican Government Is sending troops to Buffalo to prevent any attack irom that quarter. The Six Nations Indians (Iroquois) colonized on the Ottawa river, under a descendant of tho celebrated Brunor, last evening tendered the services of five hundred of their braves to the Government. I am informed by an officer of the Royal En gineers that orders were sent to England, five weeks since, for ten thousand troops to be land 'd at Halifax, who will march from thence to New Brunswick, where tho vulnerable point was supposed to be. These troops are expected in ten days, and on their arrival New Bruns wick, it is considered, will be ?afe. The sh'ps-of-war Ariadne and Py'ades are now in the Bay ot Fundy. Sir Frederick Bruce has ordered the West Indian Squadron to sail immediately to Halifax, With all the disposable troops in the Weot Indies. The excitement here Is very much abated. Nnw York, March 17. The new Fenian flag is a white harp on a green field, thirteen internal stripes, seven red and six white. The difference between the Fenian flag and the United States flag consists in substituting in the former a harp for the thirty-six stars, and a green for the blae REPORTS FJttOM TORONTO. Toronto, March 16. The announcement that Secretary Seward promises the British Minister to permit no violation cf neutrality by the Fenians causes much rejoicing, aud the report that the Unite I States Government is sending troops to the American frontier is believed to be evidence of her intention to prevent raids upon a friendly power. Notwithstanding the St. Patrick's Societv has decided to make no demonstration to-morrow, about one thousand Hibernians will turn out unarmed, and it is believed that peace will be preserved. A volunteer arrested yesterday for threatening to fire into the.procession tomorrow is to be court-martialled to-day. The Watchman announces the intention of the Government to suppress Irish Canadian newspa- Jiers for alleged disloyal utterances. Volanteer ng is going on with spirit. The railway offi cials still observe all precautions tor the safety of their rolling stock. The Watchman asserts teat the Hibernian societies will walk to-morrow with banners bearing objectionable language. It calls upon Mr. Marphy to throw out these banners from the processloc, and warns him if it ia not done it will tako General 8weeaey and hi great regiment of Fenians to "save the green." The city has large acquisitions to its inhabit ants from the interior, some of whom are Catho lics, other Orangemen. Both parties are gather ing their clans, and it is possible blood may be shed. Tho Brltiali Spteo la UTovr Tork. etartliko PRooRAxua or thkib operations THEIR PLANS AND XKCTIltO PLAOB WHT THEY DON'T REPORT AT THE BNOLIBH CONSULATE. Some months since, when the British Govern ment first ascertained the' magnitude of the Fenian organization, a corps of English spies were sent to the United States to place tho leaders of the organization under surveilance, in order to obtain such information as might lead to inc conviction ot their brothers tn Ire land. This mission had the effect desired; for some of the detectives who came over here were thus enabled to give evidence against tne Irish State prisoners which sent them to penal servi tude in British convict ships. The presence of this corps of detectives having been too well known to the Fenians to render their operations safe or satisfactory, they were relieved by another who still remains in this city. The old corps reported for duty to Mr. Archibald, the British consulate, and this fact was officially elicited at the threats of the Fenian prisoners in Dahlia. The Head Centre and Mr. Killian, however, checkmated their efforts by having them tracked to Mr. Archibald's office, and by tending descriptions of each to the circlet in this and other cities. The spies nsed to follow Colonel O'Vahony, Mr. Killian, and all the Fenians whom they deemed sufficiently prominent, through tha eity, in order to glean information of their move ments. They assembled in groups at Union Square for this purpose: but having bsen warned and made aware ot their danger, they gathered subsequently at a distance from the O'Mahony headquarters. In order to operate more successfully, thsr chaneed their headquarters from the Briti.h Consulate to certain rooms located in one of tho laree rooms In Nassau, near John street. The rooms were, taken ostensibly for a purpose different to that for which they arc used, and the reputed owner is said to be the agent who furnishes the reports ot all operations ot the spies to tha Consnlatc They were present at the meeting la Clinton nan last nip at. Their new meeting place, however, was madekaown to the Head Centre, and their movements are strictly watched. Thev have been amply provided with money. which they spend freely. Last week their ranks were Increased bv a British emissary from Dublin, who, with a large amount at his dis posal, declares his intention to create, if possible, a counter movement in the United State.ln favor of Queen Victoria and the British Government. This man, whose name is omitted, was connected with riots in Ireland, involving bloodshed and religious discord for thirty years. His name, if mentioned, would he unpleasaatly familiar to t'eits all over the globe. jv. x. worn. W-ASIIIJYC; TON. Special Detpatchet to The Evening Telegraph, Washwoton, March 17. The Reciprocity Treaty. It is known that the Reciprocity Treaty be tween the United States and the British Pro vinces expires on the 17th of March, but the Treasury Dopartroent will not consider that It has terminated until 12 o'clock to-night, tn order that merchandise now in transit may have an oppoitnnity to reach its destination. A Card from ss Jforita Carolina Nonator F.leet Hon. William A. Graham, Senator elect from North Carolina, publishes a statement, from which It appears that in January he addretsed a letter to Senator Fessendcn, suggesting that it would be ljut justice to permit the dele gation elected from each State to be present at the reception of nil evi dence touching 6uch a State or any of its members before the Committee on Reconstruc tion, with the privilege of cross-examination of witnesses, and of introducing counter evidence if they shall deem it proper;' to which Senator Fessenden replied : " Dear Sir It is not cuto mary to allow a cross-examination of witnesses before a committee appointed to report on a subject not Involving individuals." The committee is supposed to be desirous to ascertain the troth, and capable of making all the examinations necessary. The Committee is quite willing, however, to examine any witnesses who may be producod, having a knowledge of the subject-matter to any reasonable extent. The credentials of gen tlemen claiming to be Senators have not b;en referred to this Committee, and there is no pro bability that they will be. Mr. Graham subsequently replied: "My real purpose is to aid the committee, so far as this State is concerned, in ascertaining the truth and to guard against ex parts testimony Irom un known or irresponsible sources. "If, therefore, the committee will at any time furnish notice of the points in which evidence Is desired, or of the prejudicial testimony which it is necessary to meet, my colleagaes and myself will gladly avail ourselves of its permission to offer'6Uchrel3vant proof as may be in our power." Snaata In Pursuit ot Knowledge. An agent of the Russian Government has been here during the present week engaged in exa mining our system of the disposal of public lands, with a view to the improvement of the system now in nse by his own country. Fractional Currency. The published report that fractional currency to the amount of $13,000 is issued daily by the Treasury Department is incorrect, the sum men tioned being far too small. The Superintendent of the Printing Division daily delivers from $50,000 to $100,100 in fractional currency. Controller Clark's) Statement. Controller Clark yesterday forwarded to Mr. Hooper, member of Congress from Massachu setts, a letter in answer to his speech of yes terday, in which he endeavored to prove the statements of the former gentleman erroneous. Mr. Clark stoutly avers the correctness of his published statements, and says that he is fully prepared to substantiate them by the most con clusive ttstimony. II. H. Foot. Ex-Senator II. S. Foote, of Mississippi, per haps better known as Hangman Foote, Is in town for the consummation of objects the na ture of which hat not yet transpired. Celebration of St. Patrick's Day at Nsw York. New York, March 17. The weather is exceed ingly fine to-day and the Hibernians are assem bling in great numbers for the procession, wklch will move at about 1 o'clock. The streets are thronged with anxious specta tors. The utmoit good order prevails. It is expected that over 40,000 Irishmen will move In the procession. Solemn Pontifical High Mass was celebrated this morning by Archbishop McCloskey, at St. Patrick's Cathedra', and a panegyric on Ireland's patron saint delivered by Bishop Lynch, of Charleston. Many buildings display the Ameri can and Irish flag. The Death Warrant Christian Berger to be Execatcd on April 27. Harrisburo, March 17. The Governor this morning issaed warrants for the execution of Houser and Baser, the murderers of Miss Polly Paul, of Cambria county, aad Christian Berger, the murderer of Miss Watt, at Germantcwn. The warrants fix the execation of the two former on Friday, April 20, and the latter on Friday, April 27. Qaeer Canard. A canard put in circulation this morning that Thad. Stevens had cut hi throat in a It of temporary Insanity, caused no little excitement about town, and sent numbers to his rooms on Capitol Hill, to make inquiries. Election at Nonlstown. Norbistowh, March 17. Colonel William Alle haugh, the Union candidate, was elected Bur gess yesterday by 34 majority. The local elec tion shows general Union successes. Tbe "Afilca" at Boston. Boston. Maroh 17. Tho Africa has arrived from Halifax. Her malls will he despatehed by the afternoon train, and will teacn rnuadeipbia on Eunday. Destructive Fire at Buffalo, Buffalo, March 17. The Sew Tork Central Eallroad freight house and elevator, on Ohio street, was destroyed by fire this morning. Tho loss is very heavy. markets by Telegraph. Kaw Tons:, March 17 Cotton is dull at iO"41. for II Midlines. lonr is dull ; the oommon qualities arc aeoiiniugt sales of 4000 barre's at nnouaarea pnees. 1 he market for Southern Flour is heavy i 490 Ibis, sold. Canadian heavy 200 bbls. sola. Wheat dull and drooping. Corn quiet, but steady. Bef steady Pork baovant at 26-&C(2J'21. Lard firm at 17&lJo. Whisky dull aad nominal. Austria has Just been troubled with one of her periodical panics, and has been trying, and happily acquitflar, a bevy of yonng Italian girls lor the heinous crime or smgiug patriotic songs on the banks of the bright blue lakt i Oarda. PHILADELPHIA M. E. CONFERENCE. SEVEJtTY.NIHTU SESSION. FOURTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. St. GroROK's Cnrncn, I Saturday Mor.nino. llaroa 17. J At 9 o'clock the Conference was called to order by Bishop Ames, and tbe relirioos services were conducted by Key. J. 1. Cartis, who read as a sonptnral lessen a part of the 15th cnapter of St. Jobn, aiter which the congregation Joined in slag lag iho 67th nvmn, commeneinc: "Lord, w coma before Thee newt At 1 hjr feat we hamoiy bow i" which was tollnwed by an oloqtiout prayer. 1 be Secretary then read tho Journal oi the pre vious day. which, alter tne correction ot some un iBuportaut olenoal errors, wa approved. 1 he Presiding Bishop then appointed a number of committees upon various subjects whioh will hers after be presented to tne Conierence. Bey, l'enneli Coombe presented the findings of the conn Id the case of Rev. H. V. Hern, arainst wboui cbarres were preferred on the first day of the session : Retailed, That Kev. H. Ilarn having tnarin a (nil trunk, and penitent statement of Ills case, in which lie nuiita the uruerul churi'e, we bnrebv conclude, altera lull bearing, that wa most strongly reprobate the evil nf which ha has been gnilir, ami that a be reuroveiat tbe bar of this Court by the President. Revived, That In view of all the palliating clroum. stances in tbe case, the penlnent eonieMlon he had nindo hispledjre to abs.nln iroin this evil In all mture time, tbe ( hrlstlan Uepcitmcnt of our brother for the Inst seven months, and our entire confidence tn the cenalnrness of his present Christian character, we njw order that his cbaraclor pass T. COOMBE, Chairman. 8. S. Gbacet, Secretary. '1 be Conu rence ttion proceedci to the hearing of tho resorts ol tho committee appoint to examine caa didatcs tor deacon's orders. I ke Icllowiuc ge.tla men were amy e'ectud deacons: Ueerre 11 Bock lev, James M Uoldy, B. D, Earnhardt, Joseph Par risb, llosrv VThlto, Frederick; Muntzger, Aroliibald McDowell, A lam Black, t'ranots AI. Chatham, William K. McFariane, W. 11 C.Long, Daniei R. W right, Edwaid Davis, James Miller. The next business was the electing of Local Dea cons to Elder's Orders. The following persons were elected: James MoGtll, U. W. Undo, Aaron E. Hunter, Samuel Wcoh, Henry II, Davis, Frederick Atitaaa, Kohert 8. Ale Williams. Key. Mr. Thomas, of the lowa Conference, was in troduced to the booy. The candidates lor full admission to the pastorate and ministry wne arranged before the altar, wuea Bishop Ames addressed the Conierence, commencing by tayin? thtit in the earlier history of the enured this ceremony was rouarde I with pecaliar interest. Alter tome general remarks upon the peculiar forans el the MtitboCist church in institutiag tbe ministry, tbe address of the Bishop was of an admonitory and advisory character, urging the young men just com mencing tbe wark oi the ministry to prepare fur trials, but to make tho best of every eircuiustauce. 1 he address was one of deep so ensnityaud made a deco impress on upon the audience After tbe ad dress the Bishop asked the nsual disciplinary qies t oiis, commencing with "Have yon tuith in Canst f" Alter the answer from the candidate to eaca ques tion the Bishop made apprepr ate explanatory reniarks of a highly interesting character. lhe ceremony cf preparing the candidate for the Gospel Mmistr, is such that en ail denominations it repnre'ed wah extreme interest. This morniag thirteen young men were we comed by tbe Confer ence. Tbe following are tho list of the gontlcmn : W. B Howell. Joseph It. I . Grey, Leaaidaa Dob son. Charles W. B cklev, Jacob S. Hughes, James F. McSe land, Parme A. Keisner. Henry F. Isett. Wil mer Coilman, dnard P. AUIrsd, -otin Stringer, 1 homes E. Martinda'e, who were adsaitted to fall connection and e.eoitd to deacon's orders, hisaops I hompson, Jones, and Simpson, who were in the Conference, were lutiodueed, and took soats upon the platform. The case of Kev. Z. Bowen, which had been post poned at an earlier part of tho proceedings, was called up by Rev. Mr. Bi'anship, and auvreome dis cussion, the application oi Air. Bowen was laid upon tbe table. A number of visiting clergymen ot various de nominations wore Introduced by the Presiding Bishop. lhe following partial report of the Committee on tbe Centennial Lxercisos will indicate tho nature ot tho ceremonies ot the occasion : Order of Exercises for tho Centennial Exereiseon Holiday next, Marcn 19, 1866, at St. George's M. K Ciiurcb, Fourth aud New stieots. Sermon at 10J o'oiock, by Hey. Dr. Castle; at 71 P. M , Maoting of Conierence, Bishop Ames in the chair. Kev. J O Curtis, Dr. Johnson, Bishop Amos, Dr. Moore, Dr. Durbin, and libv J. W.Jackson will take part In the ceremonies of the occasion. After the reading of the report of the Committee on Boligious Services, tbe Conference joinod in singing the Doxology, and were dismissed with tlio Apostolio benediction by Bishop Thompson. J he tollowing are the appointments of the Me thodlht Episcopal Conference, in session in this city, tor the Sabbath, se tar as tbe committee have ar ranged the matter; changes, however, may oocar: Mormrp. Miyht, ft. George s Ordination of Dea cons - Preaching br U;shon Ames. Tilritv Glenn otreet l'i.h Street.. Kt John 8.... .11. oiclazer. .8. Duun I. K. Chew. .Ordination ot Elders. .O. W. McLsugh In . T. Kemble. Kenslnutun J. Cook.. ...Q. vy. Blckloy. biioam W. H. Fries..., Bauuock Street.. ,T. Kuuiptlon... Hsuutaary J. W. Burk... Front Street V. Gray twelfth Htrtet....S B. best.... Ileddlng W. B. GrcKg.. Mi eteeuib Street. W. O'Neill..,. Tabernacle I. P. Durbin... Coliocksluk. W. Matthias.., nrv W. B. Puch. ... " . r. Mugee. ...y. B. Durrell. ...L. 1. McUliatock. ,.. C. Btubbs. ...W. R. ivsUon. ,...A. ilantklD. ...W. V. Bust. ...J. lodd. ...J. 0. Hughes. Bnmmertleid J. W. Hainmerily..B. T. String Port Kicliuiond....". S. Kemble J. F. Crouch. KU-lav Bun W. T.Tull. Fisnktnrd W. J. Paxson. Bp Garden Street, J. 8. Smart Q. B. Crooks. Ca vary U. H. Davis. Mkton, Md., E. Graut. I'nlon H. M. Johnson T C. Kldgewsy Kszireth T. L. Toinklnso..vy. K. V.ngland. Arch Htrcet W. .England H. M. Jousen. Kheuezcr G Qulnley T. Montgomery. Palrm G. tt. rooks G. D Chenoarith. Bt. l'aul's G. 1). Chenowlth..J. 8. Cook. Wharton W. Maior S. MartlndalC. Mariner's Bethel.. W. Biuk J.Cook. Westtra J. Van Buckalow.. J. M. Sryaa. Bread Street J. Llndomuta Ceatral G A. Hrlndla. J. M. Turner. Pitman's Chapel.. J. Dyson Q Cummuu. t Second Streeu T Iilnian L Dotis.o. Eleventh Street... .K. Btubbs H. White. Scott. W. Mct'ombs A. T. Mcott. Ashury.... G T. Barr G. Rakes i raw. Thiny-Klghth Ht..G. Ueacock U T. Barr. Centennial H. C. Malirlde. Havenord Street.. C-T. Frame. Manayuuk. . Mount Zlon O. P. Maadea. Klienezer J. Aspel. FalWot Behuylklll.J. 8 J.MeConnell. . Conshohocken M. Barnbul II. F. Oatt. xicrrlatown. Ouk street B. F. Prioe. Wilmington Asbury B, W. KnrtZ. k St. Paul's J- Housb. t cott T. B. KUllam. Cht.WrWCtV H. A. Cleveland.. J. F. Merld.th. OTHKB nsaOKlMATlOXS. Bev, Mr. Butter's Lutheran V. Miller. ,W. Hammond. U. llht,orne..W. J. Ste'ven.on. lord's John..... A. M. Wiggins- Ktv. Mr. 8miiev's..C. Cooke wT'-n-Kii haiem M. V. cb....E. G. Irwin O. W. McLaughlin, Oilvet Presbytcriaa . church G. T. Barlock. Bev ' Mr" Stockton's Church all M P. U. I. P. Miller. Zecfure bv Xev. Dr. Sutler. Ihis gentleman will deliver a lecture at the Ureen Street M. E. Chorea, on Tuesday evoningi next, the Sepcy Rebe lien. AH who heard tbe Lecture when given bare ia Jaaa ary, speak of it m tho highest tersas-lt aboauds In wit,.humor, pathos, and thrilling incident. General BollsTlaa Iatolllgroaco. BAPTIST. Talera le Baptist Church, Weit Chetnut ttreet. An interesting and numerous looiety eenneetod witn this church, called tbe "ioung People s Associa tion." will hold its anniversary meeting on Taesday evealBg next, when the report of the Society will be read by the Secretary, aud addresses my be ex pected Irom tbe Kov. Wi A. Pelts, Rev. J. llyatt Smith, Bev. Dr. Boadie. PRI6BTTEBJAH. Interesting Discourses. The Key. Jamos Crewell, D u., Pastor of the Seventh Preshyterian Church, on Broad street, above Cbesnut. will preach the first of several sermons on the parable of ''The Ten Vir gins" to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, ' Church Ifuilding.Thti Alexander Presbyte rian Church, Hay. T. H. Cannlngbam, Pastor, is aboat to begin the erection of a new and handsome church building on the lot adjoining the lecture room, wbicn was bntlt some years ago. The eea traot is eonoloded. the werk will be eommeaeed Im mediately, and the congregation bope to worship In tnelr new church some time in the early part of next year, lhe church bas grown steadily tor the last lew tears: Its prospects arc new very enoouraglng, and we believe that when it enters its new edifice it will speedily grow Into one ef the largest and most prosperous churcbes in the city ot Philadelphia. EPISCOPAL. Eatter Celt oration. On Sunday, April 1st, tho Sanday Aehoeis of "Uiona Dei" Charon will novo a grand Easter celebration. Daring the afternoon annaibsr of himns will be sang by the scholars, numbering over three hancred. Addressn will be snaoe by the Keotor, Bev. J. Sanders Hood, and others, sad tht presentation of the Easter offering will take place. I t c great success which feat attended the labors of the present Kef tor has rendered it necessary to ereet an additional banding for the accommodation of the schools attached te the charoh. When finished, it will turnish accemmodations for over eight bnrdred children. The atteaaance on too cliarch srrv iocs is also traly gratifying. I'vnfirmatiim B shop Vail, of Kansas, wilt ad minister the rite of Coafirmauen ia tho Church of the Covenant, Filbert street, above Seventeentb, on YVeantsday evening next. Tjntoif SKRVICES. AVeii Heading. Tho services in tbe American Mechanics' nail, Fourth street, below Uirard ave nue, to-morrow afternoon, will bo conducted by Kev. H. M. Hodman, one ot the most eloquent divines of tbo Moravian Church. The sabject enosen tor con sideration Is "Novel Keaaiag." All who wish to bo laslruc'.cd in their duty respecting novel reading will co well to attend on this occasion. Several members of tue Coherence aru cxpvo'.ed to be present. Chritian Union. Tht Christian Union Associa tion will hold the first ot a series ef Conferences tn this city on Monday evening, in the Church ot tho Epiphany, corner of Chesnnt and Fifteenth streets, at halt-past 7 o'oiock. The Bey. Dr. Vermilye, of New Tork, aud representatives of every Evangelical denomination arc expected to participate. The prin ciples ot this Association, which waa lormed in Mew Yoik in lcCI, are such as have commended thora se vea to many in all the Evango ical denominations, and if strictly adhered to, and iailhfhily ao.ed uaon, they must tend to lacrease that visible folloehip which ought to exist among the poop e of God. The exposition of these principles Is the purpose ot tho conferences which are to be held in this olty, and we ask the atien ion of the Christian pnblis to these mco ings. , LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. . trjrr.KME Cotrt at Nisi Prius Justice Thomp son. i be Philadelphia and Enc Railroad Company v. Ike Catawisa Railroad Company. Andrew bcott vs. tbe Catawissa Railroad Com pany. In the above cases, in which motions wore made to dissolve the injunctions somj time ago gtantod by Justice Kead, it was ordered this morn ing that the motions bo beard on Tuesday. March 27, 18(5(3. Justice 1 hompson siaied that he would invite bis brethren, the other Justices ot the Supremo Court, to sit with him on the argument, h In tbe ease otFarnham T. Kirkham So Co., vs. the Cumdeu and Amboy Railroad Company, before re ported, J astice Strong this morning, ordered judg ment to be entered in uiver oi the defendants, on the cuse stated. The question involved in this case is tbe liability of iho aa lroad Company lor goods de stroyed by fire while tn their possession, the bl.l ot lading liurtiugthe responsibility to acer aln amount lor every hundred peuuds. Uarlan vs. Roberts. An action to recover damages for an aliened breach of an agreement. Before re ported. Verdict lor defondant. Court of Common Plkas President Judge Alli son and Judve Pierce. Opinions were delivered in tho following casts this morntni; by the President Judge: Kinly vs. Donnelly. Rulo to open judgment. Dis charged. Commonwealth vs. Brady. Rule for an attach ment. Dircharged. A j res vs. Wanon. Rule for a conveyance of a. certain ground rent. l'ra,t r and bill refused. Wray vs. Uazlett. Demurrer to bill sustained. 1 be current and deferred motion lists were then taken up. Dibtrict Court is Baho President Judge Sharswood and Judre Sroud lhe Court this morn ing was ergaged witn the Current and Delerred Motion lists, tio opinions were delivered Court oir Quarteu Sessions Judge Ludlow. Habeas corpus cases aud other miscellaneous busi ness was betore tbo court to-day. Among the ha beas corpus cases beard was that of Thos B Eevick, the former secretary ot the Logan Oil Company, who is in custody upon a charge ot embozz emoot. He was elected secretary ot the company m Feb., 1866, and no sa arv ior his services as such was fixed. Jt is now charged that lliiTOisadollo.it inhlsao coaats oi about S1UC0. Of this sum be claims that be rightfully took and appropriated 8050 as salary lor services as secretarv, and the balanoe of the ap parent tut not real deticieney he accounts for by the lavt that be mado cortuin entries in tbe books irom loose memoranda left by the secretary who preceded him. Mr bcrnii, who appeared for tho relator, stated thai if time was allowed be could snow tlmso laots. 1 ho case was thereiore continued till next aUturday. In the case ol Theodore Patzoll, convioted of assault and battety, Judge Ludlow said he was not satisfied that the verdict was sustained by the evi oeuce, and he would ret it aside. In ibe case of Josoph Eheriy aad?harles Zenith, for larcmy, the verdict was likewise set aside J he notion tor a new trial in tbe ease of Thomas J. 1 mimes, the pawnbroker convicted of conspiracy to defraud was being argued when oar report closed A r'ce plantation has been started at the Bajou Bale, Louisiana. A pike weisrblng twenty-nine pounds, three feet eight inches in length, and one toot eleven iuches in girth, was caught recently ago in one of the lakes near Bevoir Castle by the Duke of Rutland's fisherman. An Archaeological and Natural IUstory So ciety is forming iu Dorset, England, for tbe dis covery and preservation of county antiqult'os; and a museum, suited to tho purpose in view, already exists. Edmund Yates' novel. "Broken to Harness," is now in course of publication in the Jtevue det Deux Mondes, Paris. It Is callod "Bar berine au Joog," and is translated by 11. E. D. Forques. Mr. J. O. Halliwell announces for publica tion in London, by subscription only, a new work on the life and writings ot Shakespeare, to be exclusively illustrated with wood en gravings. United States Senator Wright, of New Jer sey, who has been confined to his home for several weeks, has so far recovered as to be able to ride out, and expects to return to his seat in the Senate in the course of a few weeks. Commodore Yanderbllt, Horace F. Clark, Dean Richmond, and a number of other rail road managers, are in Albany, with a view, it Is reported, of arriving at some conclusion in reierence to the many projects for steam rail ways, etc. A fire kindled in some shrubbery near Fla'n ken, Conn., by sparks from a locomotive, on Tuesday night, came near setting tire to some houses near bv. Tho neighbors rallied In force and put ont the fire in time to prevent serious damage. Governor Andrew's friends declare posUlvely that he baa not been offered a seat In the Cabi net ; that he would not acee.pt one were it offered : and that the ramors are Industriously circulated to create the wrong Impression that the Gover nor indorses the President's pohey. A Wisconsin paper, speaking of the efforts to develop tbe lead mines by deep mining, claims that there are In the Galena mines two thousand square miles ot mineral land, of which one thousand square miles are good for digging anywhere. The punishment of a pupil in a school at Marlon, Ky., recently, was the occasion ot a savage fight, in which sixty boys engaged, about one naif for, and the rest against the teacher, pistols, dirks, aud clubs were treely nsed, and one puptl was shot, while the teacher waa severely stabbed.