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the troth whon be saltl that the American repuMlo u n lon01' experiment, when in tho midst of e"i'r ,0 ret a state-man and so pure a patriot a Abraham Lincoln could be peacefully re elected to the highest offloo in tho lit of a tree people. In this country It wan the landed aristocracy.that ore-adzed and exeoured a rebellion that was ex- I'eOtcd tO make thflAumtal NlalumH Jbof State. Confiscation would hare prevented 1 tuia nuuo'j aristocracy from evcri-egamlng dominion i at homo or In the North. But this act ol 1862 In I dead letter upon the statute books. And 1 am hum reminded ot the tact that, as I sat at the pleasant fireside ol the groat commoner, he who lived closer to the popular heart than any Eng lishman since the days ol Lord Chatham pointed out to me the danger which threatened the Brt'tsa Government He prophesied that hlschildren would lire to see an Knirlish revolution, unless tlioso who owned a monopolv of Knirlish soil should yield to the popular demand for an extonslon of the iran chine, and for a more generous policy on the part of the ruling classos towards tho middle classes. Mr. Cobden also cahed my atttmtion to tho fact reterred to in bis speech concerning the "Land lax Fraud." "Kxactly one I nndrcd and forty-nine year" ago, When the landed aristocracy got possession of the throne in the person ot King William, at oar glo rious Revolution they got rid of all their old tenures and aorvices. these Incumbrances wore criveu np lor a tionajlile rcntohargo npnn the land of tour hillings ni the pound, and the land was valued and assessed, one hundred and lorty-nlno years ago, at 9,000,000, and npon that, valuation a land tax is let iaut. Knniomoer tnat tne lana owners never tad their land reval uod from lOuti U the present time." The last sentences of the last speech ot Richard Cobden nave a peculiar significance to the Ameri can mind, halting between two opinions on the question of impartial suffrage, lie said: "Do too suppose It possible, when the knowledge nf the nriuclpie oi politlcsl economy has elevated the working classes, and when that elevation Is continual. r progressing, taat you can pmnanmt p exeiud ih"Vkit mi'jii of Ih-mjri m iht franchit t It Is their interest to set aDout solving the plot) era, and, to prevent any dan ger, they ought to do so without any further delay." Mr. President, 1 have, with loss brevity than 1 pro posed to tnvsell when I began, given my viowt upon the Congressional plan of reconstruction. This measure will receive my vote, because I believe it to be both wise and just, and sternly demanded by the necessities of the nation. It will five peace to our people; it will give permanence and power to our institutions and, as a final settlement of a long and bloody conflict, it must make the Anio.icun name feared at home and respected abroad. These are perilous times in which we live, and it becomes every good citizen, as a lioman ofator once said, to write on his toreheld big faith in the Repub lic It I have not written on my forehead what I think of the groat questions ot the day, which threaten the integrity oi the country, I have at least in plainness and sincerity expressed my opinions upon the questions which so nearly con cern u all. Whether in office or out of office, I now bo fore the world pledge myself to the immortal truth of the Declaration oi Independence, that " 411 rru n are crealea equal." By this sign wo shall conquer! Upon this loundation-stone of equality before the law we will build a reueneraied Republic! In the Assembly, Mr. Leon Abbott, Doniocrat, . ol Hudson, moved to postpone indefinitely the elcctio.i ot United States Senator. Thus called out several members ou the Demo cratic side of the House, who all contended that the present session could not legally fill the vacant seat in the Senate, because it was a mere continuation of the previous session, and the recent act of Congress required the election to take place on the second Tuesday ot the term, which was long since past. UNANCE AMI COHHfiBCE. Office of the Evening Telegraph Tuesday, September 11, 18G6. f The Stock Market was inactive this ruoi'iiintr, and prices were unsettled and drooping. In Government bonds there was rather more doing. Sew 5-208 sold at 108108j, a t-lirlit decline; old do. at 110J, a slight decline; and 7'.'!0s at 105210.r)J for July and June; 98 was bid lor 10-408; and 111 for Cs of 1881. City loans were unchanged; the new issue hold at 9!i, and old do. at 05k. Railroad shares were the mot active on the list. Camden and Amboy sold at 127J; Pennsyl vania Railroad at 5757j, a decline of 4; Little Schuylkill at 37$, no change; Reading at G7J, a decline of 1 on the closing price of last even ing; LehAah Valley at 6.", no change; and Cata wissa preferred at 33ij, a decline of 3; 60 was bid tor Norristown; 67 for Minehill; 40 for North Pennsylvania; 30 for Eluiira common; 42 for preferred do.; 354 for Philadelphia and Erie; and 46 for Northern Central. City Passenger Railroad shares were in fair demand. Thirteenth and Fifteenth sold at2122, an advance of J; Second and Third at 88, no change; and Chesnut and Walnut at 63J, no chauge; 46 was bid for Fifth and Sixth; 38 lor Spruce and Pine; 68$ for West Philadelphia; 18i for Heslonville; 30 for Green and Coates; 27i for Girard College; aud 42 j lor Union. Bank shares were firmly held at full prices. 'Consolidation sold at 43. 97 was bid for Seventh National; 226 for North America; 132V lor Fanners' and Mechanics'; 95 for Northern Liber ties; 32J for Me-chanics'; lOOfor Southwark; 58 lor Girard; 90 for Western; 100 for Trades men's: 674 fr for Commonwealth; 68 for Corn Exchange; and 64J for Union. Canal shares were unsettled and lower. Schuylkill Navigation preferred sold at S6, a decline of I; and LehlgU Navigation at 53, a decline ot 1. 28j was bid for Schuylkill Navi gation common; 120 for Morris Canal preferred; and 13.V for Susquehanna Canal. There is no material change to notice in the Money Market. Loans on call are freely offered at 45 $ cent. Prime mercantile paper is scarce and in demand at 60 y cent, ppr annum discount. Quotations of Gold 10J A. M., 146 j; 11 A. M., 146; 12 M., 145J; IP. M., 145. The New York Tribune this morning savs: "The Money Market is more active, and loans on call are made at 5 per cent. Some old loaus are not marked up. and upon Governments bet ter terms are made than upon Railway shares. which iorm the bulk of stock collaterals. There is an increased supply of commercial paper, Prime still passes at 5 per cent., and good at 5j fffiti. but there is an increasing amount ot a kind wh'ch holders nrj ready to sell at leeal rates and a little better. The Bank statement shows material expansion in loans. S3.fi42.000. wlLh an increase of circulation of $098,454, and a Inas of S2.428.552 in legal-tenders. The snene shows a gain of $1,074,310, which is tho pro ceeds of interest upon the 10-40s. The demand fnr monev to mOVO the crons of the West, and finni h is steadily increasing, and at no dlntnnt. day lenders of money will be able to make legul interest at call and something better upon long paper ana speculative cukijjiibcb geuerauy." rnn.miVl.PHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES TO-niv Reported by le Baven & toro., No. 40 8. Third street 200 TJS6-2066ooupl081 20 sh Leh Nav. .. 68 1 sn Cam. & Au. 127J 1 su 1'enn 11 4sh do sh do 12 sh do ... bl SV2DHU do....l862.110i ... 671 i.3000 do 1802 reg.!07i ... 67 ... 67 80 4 1000 US 7-80. June 10b 760 do 1061 OO 106$ do July ...1074 oo ..July.. 1061 100 sh Oeean .. . 200 sh do.... 6 sh LitHnb.. 1 sh Leh Val. 700 S200 ... 4 ... 87J 1800 600 S200 bo do.. July.. 1064 100 sn Heading K K. 67 do....Aug.lwK 200 sn dO..,.lotM.67 unn ntv ns n. k y o mi 100BaCatapi....bUO a.S i-i ao 901 200 sh dolots. . bOO 8 1 s()oo ao.. .1 ctt.. y 16 sh 2d & od 20 sh do e 84 10 sh Consol bk 43 100 sh Big Mt 6 10 u CUuj & WalR Kl 1200 an ol bi glilooKun cV,K7s.... t aOahWthfc 16U.... 21) 4 ah do ?2 THE DAILY EVENING TELKGKAHI. PHILADELPHIA , TUESDAY, SEPTKMHKU 11, 18G6. Messrs. DeHaven & Ill-other. No. 40 Routb Third street, make the following quotation of the rates ol exchange to-day at 1 1. M. i American Gold 145', llti American Silver, M and is ..137' .. 15 .. HI .. 14 .. 13 .. 12 .. 10 .. 81 .. 8 Compound Interest Notes: " ' June, 1W4... " " Julv. 1W4..., " August, WA... " " October, 1"4. .., ' " Dec, 144. . .. ' Mav. 15. .. August, 186'...., Sept., 1HWJ. .. " Ootoher. 18i6. . . Judge Underwood has granted I.. .. 7 an injtinr- tion against the Oranse and Alexandria Rail' road Company, prohibiting; the carriage of freitht ou better terms than those contracted with the Adams Express Company. The case was ar2iied before Jiniire Underwood's Court some months ago. The injunction will suspend the operations of the Southern National F.xpross Company, chartered by the Viiginia Legislature last winter. Philadelphia Tiade Koport. Tuesday, September 11. there Is very little Cloverseed coming forward, and it is In moderate request, ; with small sales at SO 60,7 50 V 64 lbs. Timothv is In fair demand at S3'25'4 1 bush. Flaxseed la in steady demand by the crushers at t8'853 90. No. 1 Quercitron Bark Is dull, but we continue to quoto at 835 $ ton. There was a total absence of any demand for Flour for shipment, and only a moderate inquiry for home consumption i sales of,1300 bbls. Northwestern extra lanuly, pait at til j12 M). and part ou private term?, aud Bmall lots ol superfine at S7r-8 75; old and new extras at 9tVall, Pennsylvania and Ohio extra family at $ll o0n l3 50, the latter rate lor lresh ground new Wheat, and Plliltt for fancy brands, according to qua ity. heBt is not much inquired aftor. but price re. main without niaierial oliange; sales of 8000 bush, new red at 92 75g2,80, and 400 buh Illinois winter at 2 72; white ranges from 82 90o3 Kyeisdull; 1000 bush, unsound Western sold at 85c. Corn con tinues very dull ; sales ot vellow at 91c, and 150i) bush. Wottern mixod at 88o. Oats are unchanged ; !"ales of 2200 tusli.inew tloutnern at 4" 48o. V hiskv is quiet, with small sales at 82 87 lor Penn sylvania, and 82 40 lor Ohio. The Dry Goods Market. Philadelphia, September 11 Trade is reviving, but has induced some increase ol" firmness in prices, which checks the demand a little, there is very little demand ior bleached goods. Brown cottons are sold up Close, and are very active. Standard sheetings are active, with prices the same. Drills, very little demand ; large stocks on hand. Canton flannels are in heavy stock. Denims are brisk; gicei.-, ruoles, and pinks are sold very close; some luncy styles have advanced, out most descriptions am steady. Giuirliaiin are active. Cambrics are in good ocmand. Uelaines active; larae sa'cs reported i good prices. Coburtrs active ana nrm. nawis arc in good demand ; very heavy saies at good prices. Broadcloths moving brHfclv. jeans ana casnmerei arc active at me same rates as last inontn. Jfiau- els are brisk and buoyant, wiuukota are nrm. 'oreign fcoods of all kinds are in large demand. llntifli and continental dross goods are scarce. me inermof's and delaines are brisk. Alpacas sell readily. Auction sales continue to increase. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. Court of Quarter Sessions Judge Ludlow. Joseph Uetz was oliargod with assault and battery upon dcrgeaut Hias Uolden; and Sergeant Holden with assault and battery upon Joseph Uetz. It was a hgnt tnat occurred ou tue rourta ot July at toe bter slo( n of Hetz, in Bndesburg. The Sergeant, with several others, went to the saloon, and re quested perm ssion to tako a sick man into tho back yard , wniou oeix reiusea to auow, Decause mey would be obliged to pass through a room where his 1 amuy weie at tea. i nis gave rise to angry words, inch were succeeded by blows. The Sergeant and Hetz. aud one or tivo others, were slightly huit By the prosecution it was al leged that llctz picked up a cltto, oud knocked the ort'iant senseless, wnun no, (tie SHriieant, pressed ib request that be might take the sick man into the ard. By the detens ir wa- argued tnat tlie Ser geant was very druuk; that when Botz remonstrated with him, he violeutly pushod lnro away. Some of the Sergeant's parly attacked o.d Mr. and Mrs. etz, who were vcrv aaed people, and the Sorccant attacked Charles Betz; and then the delendant struck him with the stick. But the Sorgeaut was not lelled by tho b ow; he put his hand to his eye, mi era lea unucr mo Dagaieue iuuie. the prosecution argued that Betz, seeing that his casv was a very unpleasant one, went to au Alder man in order to settle the ullair by pajiogthe Ser jeant $25 1 he detente stated in reply to tin that the berfieant flri-t made a proposition of this kiud, demanding SMI ana vno costs, oui ieiz reiuaeu to eve any settlement other tnan tnat wuicn tne law saw tit to make. Hie jury rendered a verdict ot not guilty as to Iloiden, and guilty a to Betz-Betzto pay the costs. Joseph Ruder pleaded guilty to a charga of assault and battery, aud was fined S10 and costs. John C, Smith was charged with burglary in breaking into the house ot Mary Sunderland, and stealing clothing and other articles valued at S400. It was aliecrea mat oiary eunaenau leu uer houxe, No. 1745 N. FWenih street, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, tun did not return until about o'clock. She then disoovered tnat nor house naa boon entered and the articles had bmu taken. From the information she obtained from the neighbors, Blie was led to suspect that the dolendunt was .the turgar. On trial. AMUSEMENTS. New Che9not Stbebt Theatre. Bel Demon 'm will be presented to-nieht lor the last time. To-morrow evening the new play founded on Hulwer's novel of "Night ami Morning," entitled A Marriage Uerlijtcate, win oe produced. New American Theatre. The Worrell! Sis ters. Sophie. Jennie, and Irene, will uppear m the succesHlul burlettas of " Fra Diuvolo" aud ''Crossiiiir the Line. ' The performance to con clude w ith the nautical drama ot Mack-Lyed Susan. Mrs. JonN Drew's Arch-htrket Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence will play in three pieces and nine characters this eveniutr Born . , . I T m. A A . J T( .. .. turned Volunteer. Walnut Street Thestre. Vie Romance of a foor louna Man win oe repeated mis even ing. Frank Mayo, Mrs. Agnes Ferry, and J. B. lloberts in the cast. Heller's Salle Diadolique. Mr. Heller repeats his programme of lust eveuiug. Among the many pleasing and wonderful illusions may be noticed his spectral Parlor Pantomime, Maying nun Ghosts, the most truly amuMug act he has yet presented. CITY INTELLIGENCE. For Additional City JnteUigeiwesee Ihird Fag?. An Episode of the Late Convention, Our readers recollect the notice ot the pre sentailon of the celebrated "gavel" that was used iu the Recession convention at cuurieHtou, B. C, m 160, to the Convention lately biltiu? in our city. Tne Charleston Courier gels od the following In relation to this occurrence: "In the tub report of the proceedings of the Mulatto Convention at Philadelphia, wo and tun lollowiogi " 'Mr. Charles Olblinnr, rhatnnantot' the Kecentlon f'finimltiee, came lorward, with a small gavel in ills baud, and suid i "1 bo d In mv hand ihe identical gavel used in Charleston, bouth t'aioilua w lion the C'onveu it.,,, nauitmbied there In IstiO ior the dissolution oi tlii- American L'niou." (lenslve laUKhier, and shoats of Throw It iwir, ) 1 his Is the avei which called to uptlinr lhat Conveutlou which declared tne American Inlou dissolved tt'rlfS ol 'Break it up" Throw It dovn here," ete.) Mr, turning to lioveruur Hairil ton. I have the pleasure oi tendi-riug it to 'ou 'or the purpose ot calling toiieiher that loral Couveutliin which Is to lay the foundation ior in ro-tj-m .i ibuuiuui oi iuu t'nlon. Governor llumilton acci oted the gilt, and then the ceremonies were ueciurea enaca.' The statement about the identity of the gavel is a sheer lahricatiou. Ihe Philistines did not poisesa tl.emselves ol this souvenir. I he gavel u.ed by that Convention, as well as the Pre-uleut's chair and table, are now in this city. At ihe adjournment ot mat assemb'ave those relic wve presented by tue Convention to the St. Andrew's Society, who had tendered the free use ot their bu'ldtug, a"d are no w iu me povsesston ot tnoir Beerctary. the gavel which has an ivory bead aud ebony band e. we sa yesterday. It has the word owhuIihi' carved thereon, and was iu the possesion ot the Secretary ounue his hanking peregrinations The other aril oles ot iurniture never came within the scope of tho-e who uiuur a i'ri oi ineir programme wru.tS Uerr not w taae aujiuu oejwaa tueu rma.". Tnie Paraph Down Town. Immedi ately after the election ot Assistant Engineer of the Fire Icpartiripnt last night, the vatioii.t companie' formed themsclves'.into a proecUon, nnd marched through the streets dragging their engines and hose carriages trlumohantly. The tliHconinnt ringing of bells, the (laming of torches thn blowing ot bras Instruniet ts, and besides the long hie ot red-shirted herons, parading through the streets, struck in unon a drowsy community with an effect as picturesque as it was unex pected. The Philadelphia, Amcilca, and Coluni uia I lose Companies "vexed the drowsy ear of nicbt" until a very late hour with their llabcl like Bounds, bearing at their head a very larrje transparency, witn the motto of "Teddy's the Hoy" painted upon it. I The Board of Directors of the Fire Depart ment meet this evening, when the ollicinl vote will be announced. Arrest of a Till-Tafper William Carioll is the name of an enterprising youncr man who bangs on to the rear of an ice cart as It goes Its duilv rounds. William, having no very distinct notions of honesty, and being rather pressed for ready money, has on several occa sions undertaken t fiiml.di bimsell with pocket moni v in an unlawful manner. Early in the m ruing, for the past tun-H mornings, whilst serving the ice to the hotel at th corner of (ilrard avenue and Ella street, the said William did on each occasion lenu over the counter of the bur-room and abstract from tho till small sums of money. This morning, fortunately tor the hotel-keeper and unfortunately for himself, he was nabbed iu the net nnd escorted to the Station House. After a hearine before Alderman Clouds, he wns held in $ri)0 bail to answer. A Pugnacious Man. Theie is an old proverb to the effect that "a man w ho commands himself is greater than he who takes a city." The subject of this slight notice, Henry Lyle, is not one of those who would serve as uu ex ample. Henry is a very excitable man, and his fierce passions, when aroused, find vent by net ting into violent knock-down nrguments with his opposers. Yesterday morning he wade a tremendous assault on a man in Pemberton street. The attention of the police being called to the place ot battle. Henry was forthwith ar rested, and this morning had a hearing before Alderman Massey, who held him in $800 bail to answer at Court. Stealing a Pocket-Book. Yesterday morning Michael Green was arrested on the charge of stealing a pocket-book containing $G or $7. The article in question is alleged to have been taken from the pocket of a man living at the Sorrel Horse tavern, on the Darby road. Green had taken advantage to p!ck the man's pocket, and then hastened out to the stable to hide his ill gotten plunder. Whilst iu the net of secreting it he was seen and arretted. After a comfortsble niehfs rest at the West Philadel phia Station House, he was preniedto Alder man Allen, who, atter hearing ',iis history, com mitted him to annwcr the charge of larceny. Boy Shot in tiie Lr.o. Last night, whilst a party ot boys were playing together in si vacant lot, near Marshall and Jetlen'on streets, one of them dischnrcd a pistol, the cintents ot which took effect in the leg of another, indict ing rather a severe wound. When the polico arrived on the scene the boy who had tired th pistol had escaped, and while makinzthc arreH of Theodore Wheeler, one of the accessories, the wounded boy was taken to I113 home. Wheeler, the boy arrested as an accessory, was committed by Alderman Filch to answer. Breach ok the Peace. Ann McMakin was arrested on the above charee. For some time past she has bceu iu the babit of usini in sulting and violent language towards certain persons who have the misfortune to live in proximity to her. It becoming unbearable, some of the injureJ parties sued out a bench warraut aiainst her, and she was arrested vestcrdny, at Seventh and Chesnut streets. Atter a hea'rinsr before Recorder Eneu, she was committed in default of $K00 to keep ihe poucp, and for assault and battery. Receiving Stolen Goods. William Fruncis ard Georte Lewis were ariested yester day al'eiuoon for receiving stolen good?. Affer preliminary heariug before Recorder Eneu, they were held for a turther hearing in the sum ot $1000 each. Appointment of a Philadelphian. Brevet Jlaior-lJeneral E. M. Gregory, United States Volunteers, long and favorably known to our citizens, has been apoointed Chief of the Freedmeirs Bureau ot Maryland, nnd entered on the dischurge of his duties yesterday. Our National Game. To-morrow af ternoon the Athletic will play the Camden on the ground ot the latter, at Cuaiden, On Thurs day afternoon they will play the old veteran Olympic, at Twenty-fifth and Jefferson streets. MAKING NOMIXATIOJ.8 When candidates we nominate To rue the measures ol our State, We must not chooso a xtingy man, 1 o shame us by bis paltry plan, Nor one who with his spendthrift ways Wilt all of our expenses raise; Hut a man ot liboral miud, With tiue economy comoined; And clearlv be tbeso traits reveals At Tower Hall who always doais! Men's, Youths', and Boys' ClotMntj. Tower Hall, No. 618 Mabkbt Ntbkkt, - Bkmkbtt & Co. . A Public BKNBrACToa is one who in anyway adds to the welfare and happlnoss of tho commu nity. Health is the one great element of happiness. Dr. Marsden. by the preparation and general intro duction of his VEGETABLE SAXA'lIVE PILLS, has done and is now doing much to socuro tho blessing of health to the community, and so we may well place him on the list of great public benefac tors. Dvpot, Ao. 4i7 Broadway, Aeio York. For sale by Johnson, holloway If Cowden, Wholesale Agents, -J.'o. 23 N. Sixth street, Philadelphia, and y all druggists, Huh. Florence will sing "Constantinople" to-night. August Seveu-Thii tics Converted into Five-TwcutlCH. Apply to Dhexel & Co., Ko.Sl South Ihird street. The Elliptic Lock-Stitch tEwito Machine, witn all the latest improvements and attachments incomparably the best for family Use. Elliptic S. M. Co. Agents wanted, Ko 023 Chesnut struct, Thila. Twelfth and Chesnut Is the place to purchase Cork Mattrevcs and Bedding, aud to have your Fur niture rcupholstercd, varnished, and repaired by practical woikmen. May's Gallery, S. E. corner Sixth and Cal'ow hill streets, is the p ace to get porfect likenesses, tiive him a call. Urs. Floukncb will sing Constantinople" to-nlnht. The Kattlesnakb never strikes until it has flr.it g yen its warning rattle. So the Cholera nev r assumes its specilic pestilential form, until after it has given due warning by manifesting its premoni tory symptoms. These may exist for days, or only lor a lew hours; but It MARS HEX'S CHOLERA CURE be administered when they first appear, in nino cases out often the aisease will go no further; aud even when the disease hat run into its apooirlo form, the mixture will save the great majority ot cases. Depot, So, 487 Broadway, Sew York. For sale by Johnson, Uolloway f Cowden, Whole sale Agents, So. 23 AT. Sixth strut, Philadelphia, and by all druggists. Btobs Shades paiuted and lettered to ordeV. Fatteu'B, ISO. 1408 Chesnut street. Was f tOBEKC win sing "OonstantlnopU" to night. Stbanobbs vkom Abroad, before they leave the city, had better make their visit pleaxant aud profit able, by puicuasiug a and ol clottiiug from Charles ttok fc Co.'i Oue-Fnce, uatlgr Ui v'QBtiueutaU A Fact nprirToponn ir,ADVFaTisRD. Th rlnilv rales of I'l alon's '-tgn'-lmomna Corous" xcicd br more than one lnindr d pT rent, tlioio of am tin pcriumc for the bsnnkerrhiel that figure i'i the list o- choice rrtraots whether original or iinitpfmns of French and English articles Brook tyn limes. WonKNKH sent lo do Cohostcrtng of any dflicrip Con. rattQu's.No. 1108 Chesnut s-reet. Mas. fLoBKM-E will sing "(orstsntinaple" to-night. Compound iKTxnrsT Notfs 7 810 and 6-20 wanted. Do Uavon & Brother, No. 40 8. Third St, HUNns aj;d Shades repaired. l'8tten's,N0. l OS lucrum sireoi . Carpftb and Oil Cuvrns cut. altered, and Uid, at I'atten's, No. 148 Chesnut street. Mrs Florence will sing 'ronBlantlnopla" to-night. ELASTIC f PITCH FE WING MACHINES, KOIt KVILY rE. T 11 K ONLY MACHINE TH kTPOTH KKWS 1'tKFIXTLY A-r FM BUOl I1KRS PI KI'l-XTLY. n.irTTT.K. OR LOC K R'f ITCH SKWlNtl VA' .-HI MR. FOB. TAILOR. SnORMAKKKH, ! vnhi.ERI, II MINKS S M RK1H. CARUIA11B MARKR LATLvr A0i!K GROVfcU iV mis Kit HIHIU8T PHEMM'M NKWIM MACHIKK!, No. 110 ( H k NI T hTBEtT. Scr-Ktuon stylus f Rbady-made Clothino. Krrt'Kion Styles o Rkady-madb Clotbiko. Wanamakkh at Brown, Popular Clotbiro House, Oak 11a ll, Southeast corner Sixth and Market Streots. I.KSN KN HERB AUG H. September 1). hv the Bev. Jelm 1 homocon. at t io l'artonagn ol St SlPDlien a M. K. ln trli. No tii.1 Main sheet. Oormsntnwn Mr. NVIL LIAM II. LENfi KN to Miss CATHARINE UERBAUUU. KFPFIKLn-JESNINHB-InCamdeaconn-v, V. .1.. on Hie 9th Instant, bv Rev. Ur. Glover Mr. WILLIAM II. I'KIll IK',1), of Wesiyll'e, to Miss KLLES W. JLS- IMJS, of Woouliury. DIKT. PALPWIN On Frlrtav evening, the 7h' Instant, SIATriiIA8W. BALDWIN, in the 71st year of his ai. Hl male triends are Invited to attend his tuners!, trom his late tealdence, No. Ills chesnut street, on Wedne auy. the 12tb Instant, at 10 o'clock A. M. To proceed to Laurel Hill. UEKKGIl. Suddenly, on the 9th Instant, HANNAH, wl,e oi HcorRe H. Bcnner, In the 83d vear ol her age. ihe relatives and nlends af the tamity. and alio the members of the Lily of the Valley Urove, No. , I. O. ot F D . and Chandler's Female Bonoflcial Soelety, a-e resnectfiillv invited to attend the funeral trom Urr late residence No 441 Kast Tbouipnon street, below Palmer, on neat 'luunwlay aftenioon. the 11th lustout, ai 1 o'clock. To proceed to Palmer Street Grou4. EMFRICK On the 9th tnstaut, Mr. FREDERICK EM LRU K, In the 77th year ol his a?e. 'I he relatives and friends of the tnmlly. also the B,i Penflcial and "hlpwrlKUts' Societies, are resnectluUy Invited to attend the funeral from his iste resldunce, No. Wl Palmer street, alxive Helgrade, Elghteontu iird, on Weduesday aKernoon at 3 o'clock. RANDALL. On the morning of the 10th Instant, JCSIAH RANDALL in theTSth tear oi his axe. i he re ativos and ma'C trienus of the lamlty are respect tu lv iiiviteo to attend the tuners), from his lute resi dence, No 'iuft W usliiii(jton qunre on hursiliiy morn inn next at 11 o'clock, -without turthci notice. To proceed to Laurel Hill. BU HAKDSON'.-On Simrtav. the 9th Instsnt, MARIE, wlteof thailesJ. Richardson, aud daughter ot Henry iludeon. '1 he relatives and irlends of the family are Invited to atieiid her luneral, trom No. '22.1 faring Harden streot, on W eduesday, the 12th instant, at i o'clock 1'. M. SIIRONK.-On tho llth Instant. ELIZA, wileo: Lewis Sbronk, in ihe 41ft year of her age ller velutlv.s and friend are invited, without further notice, to attend th timers I, iom the icsiuence other hiifband. In I'lvmoath owni p Montgomery countv , on the iituge roan, anout one mne neiow orrisiown on Thursday, the 1.1th Instant, at 2 o'clock. Interment in I.overlnptou Cemetery. Uoaborougb. TER IIOEVEN. On the 9th Instant TUEODORUS TE14 HOEVKN, In the 82d year ol his aire. His irlends and those of the tsiuny are respectfully In vited to attend tne funeral, from his lute resilience, No. 1200 Hutchinson street (between Nfnth and Ts-nth. above Oh ard avenue) on 1 hursday a ternoon at 1 o'clock '1 o proced to Laurel bill Cemetery. VKRDKT1B. On the 9th instant, WILLIAM J. H. VKRDET'I E, ai,ed 315 years. Mis relatives nnd trleuds. and the members of rndwn lader Lndiie, No. 3M. I O- oi O. F t Mallta Lodge o. 'i'ir. a. Y M.: Columbia Mark Lodue No. 91. A. 1 M . are respectfully invited to attend his Itinera1 from his late residence. No. H40 Lombard street, on Wed iesda.y Hiternoon at 'i o'clock, lo procoea to Wooamnas cctiie U.ry. T V YOU WERE A WASHERWOMAN OU A 1 domestic during this ht ea her. vou would soon lie in piefsivelv convinced oi the amount of tlnm, labor. nnd ciotliltiff saveo ot uing a j-ieiii i:ioiiivh-r riuuer. tit the niime-ous kinds on the market we are contlden' of ti e dnrabiiltv of those having cog-whecis. Hut we u'so have other kinds for sale. TRI'MAN 4 8H4.W. No. S.1(Klght Thlrtv-Ove) MARK RT St.. lo Ninth. I MiT'i,HVnin'HlrlA Wrnni-liflll. ttnilriiiiil Wrenelinn lied Wrenehes and Kcvs. Malleable Iron Wreoches. Gas Meter wreuenes, t-tc , ior saie oy TRUMAN 'H.tiy No. 835 Elg-ht Thirty-five) AfAKKETiSt . below Ninth AS F1TTKPS' P LYE HS, FROM FIVE TO M twelve in lies. Oa Fitters' Pipe Hooks, PlumboM Pine liootrs. Hcrapers, Tap Borers. Malting Pots and Ladles For sole by TRI'MAN & SHAW, No. gflft ( Kipnt Tlitrty-flve) MARKET St.. below Nlph, I irtr .. I 1KOT1.T. TT AVE fit PfnTPi , A I 1 1 , V J ...... . . j u J.'il V 1, L , , 'i litr llielr IB 1 a es. Dagmar Woollen Shawls, Mosaic Woollen Mi awls, New style Cloakings, Huuerlor Plain Hilks, Matrnltlcent Plaid Poplins 9 30 3m " TfE THAT HATH EARS TO HEAR, LET Ll PIM HEAR "-Instruments to assist the hear ing, at MADEIRA s, Bio. lib K. ltMtt street below Chesnut 9 4 1m "VTOXE BUT THR BE."T N 8CH0YLKILL AND LEOTOH COAL, CABEFCLLT PRKPAKaD. AND A r LOWEST RATKH PAT1SFAOTIOV GUARANTEED 96 lm J. EVANS .11UOAI) an 1 FILBERT. CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK fllpTIHIIhl 11. 2f6. At a MnAt iliff nl tl,o Board ot Uireciors held this day. THEODORE KITciHI-Mwas unnnlmously elected cashier, In plucu . tin T T ft U 11 K U 1 ClL ..l.m.J ANEXANDEK CRVIK.Ja.. It Vice-PteHldent CARPETINGS. LKEDOM & SHAW, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CARPET WAREHOUSE, No. 910 ARCH STREET, A! E OPENING AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF Foretell and Domestic Carpeting, In every tvIo and variety, C9 4 mlp BIOKRENE, OR IilFE-KEJITENATOH. STRENGTH TO THE WEAK TOUTH TO THE AUEU 1 bis preparation Is unequalled as a rejuveuator and re storer ol wasted aud Inert, function. 'ilieleebie 'he atted and all tbosawho nava In anv wav impaired their vitality by excessive mental or physi cal application.wlll hud the Hlokrene toba what Its name implies a llie-rojuvenator. which, while it builds up the shattered constitution, will also Impart to the leellngS the briskness and energy which belonu to youth. No matter by what cause anv organ bas become enfee bled In Hs functions this superb preparation will ruuiova that caus a once and torever. WOKhENE cures General Debility, Impotencv, Ner vous Inoapaeltv, Dyipepsla, Iieuression, Loss ot Appe tite, Low iBirlt, Imbecility. Mental Indoleoce, Emavla tlun. Ennui It bas a most delibuul, desirable, and novel efluct anon the nervous sv stem, and ad wbo are Iu anyway prostra'ed by uervous disabilities are earnestly advi'edto seek a cure lu this most excel eat aud un equalled preparation. lUOKKKNE 1'be Feenle, the Laaeuld, tbe Despalr liK the Old. should give this valuable discovery trial) it will be found totally aidereut from ad other article fur the same puroose. , 1 0 FEMALES. This preparation It Invaluable In ner vous weaknesses of all kin is, as It will restore tuo wasted strength with wonderful permanenee. It Is olso a (iiand Tonic, and will lve re lef m "''"f" la wllli the Una dose A brief peVsls'ence in It use will lenovate the stomach to a degree of perfect ueauu, knd bsiitsh Dyspepsia torever. ..... o-m h. Onsl.odar per bottle, or six bottles fori! J J DruK nlts genera! y. Sent bvexpns nJw"erJ.I:? dressluv HUTCWMJH HHXtia rwiiw Na V8 DE V street. New lora. al.i t,ir JOHNSON. HOLI.OWAr" COWDEBI. No n Noith BiKTU ctreet. nvorr co.. 4 19 thstu6irp Ho.UiH etl'O&DSt- F0URTU EDITION EUROPE. By Atlantic Submarine Telegraph Cable. urssu arolt w mu: ti rxkv. Pranz Joseph's Petty Spite. A NEW GENERAL FOR MEXICO. TIio Ooiiinioieiul News. Klc, Kir., F.tc, Etc., Elr Ktc. RUSSIA. Tlie C'xnr (-ettltiff Anxious for Ihe Dnuit- niau I'riat Ipnlit les, Ktc. London, Monday evening, September 10. The Eastern question seems to be loomiur in the future. Russia show sifrns of movlns once more to obtain the control of the Duuubian principalities, and probably eventually of t'onstnntiuople. The Porte has determined to recopni.e Prince Charles of Ho beuollem, its Hospudar of the Principalities. AUSTRIA. Hon Fin n x .losepli Shows Ills Hate for I'riiKKla. Vienna, Monday afternoon, September 10. An order has been issued by the Minister of War tbat the regiments of the Austrian army mimed after the Kina and Princes of Prussia, the Duke ol liatleu, and some otbere.Miall cense to be so named. MEXICO. A New (Inirial for Ihe I.lhcralji. Pabis, September 10, Evening. General Mar quez, Minister to Constantinople, has been re called, nnd will eo out to Mexico to organize au army lor tbe Mexicau service at'u-r the i'Venrh evacuation of tbe country. I.ntrst ( oniiiM i la 1 evs. LiVEHi'ooi., September 10 F.veuins:. The market tor breadstuff is firm. The Provision market is quiet. Pork is dull. Lovdon, Moudav eveniutr, September 10. Consols closed to-day at 8!H for money. The market for American securities i. Et'udv Tbe closing quotations to-day are: United States Five-twenties, 72.J; Erie I!ailrotul shares 45 Illinois Cential shares, 78 J. EUROPEAN NEWS. Ry the Atlantic Cable auil Strainer. By tbe Atl'imic cable we have news from Prussia, Austria, Italy, Entrlum!, and Spain dated to the loth ol September, with uavii-e from Athens to tue 8th, and St. Petersburg to tne inn im.ttint. Ihe Queen of Spaiu and Etn press of Fran debated the politicul situation at their recent meeting. The Prussian L,Pirisi:ituie agrees to issue cne- hull the amount of trear"itry notes demanded fy tbe Crowii. Tbe organization of the Austnun army i to be retormed extensively. Financial questions delav the ucirotiatiotihi be tween Austria aud Italy. Tlie tribes on the borders of tii C'apiau Sea are said to b;ive revolted auainst lusia. The Canadian revolt is extending. By the arrival ot the steamship China at Half lax, and Hermann and rteda at New forkjes terdu.v, we have spectul details or the nevs by teiearrapn to tne a oi neptemoer. The Enulisb aholitionists, speakinc tbroiteh Ihe columns of tbe London Sews, assail Presi dent Johnson's plan tor the restoration ot the Union, and undertake to announce a perpetua tion of the radical Republican rule iu the next Amcncnn Congress. Indeed, it is intimated that the people will not (or should not) obey the President under certain circumstances, aud thut the vote of the large Union cities is of lttt'e or no weigbt. Napoleon exoiaius his course relative to the acceptance of Vienna trom Austria, aud its sub sequent cession lo Italy, in a letter to Kine Victor Emanuel. His words express a penerous and magnanimous sentiment, but his ulliisions to the future of tbe territory, as to be decided by universal suffrage, do not convey a very clear idea ot the prospect of complete t-ettlenient. The outlines of the Prusso-Austrian and other Getnian pence treaties are published. It is asserted that Italian provincialism, both in feeling aud lunguase, is beiiie rapidly obi ite rated by tbe close intercommunion ot the people established in the national army. Tbe Londou Times thinks that Italy cnu get along very well with the Pope its Chief Iiibop ot Kome, the temporal power heme abandoned. The writer inclines to the be!ief tbat the Italian people would not tix the capital m Koine under any circumstances. The "sick man'1 of Turkey is regarded as finally approachiDg bis end. Extraordinary statements have been openly made In London to the ett?ct thut the house ol Overend, Gurney & Co. was knowingly insol vent long previous to its failure. England is seriously alarmed bv tbe Fenian preparations for another Invasion of Canada, and the home Government is mukiug active pre parations to meet the enemy. Consols were quoted at 80A for money. In Lou don, yesterday. Five-twenties were at Tl. The Liverpool Cotton market was sieudv vesierdiy. Middling Uplands was at llid. Uieadstuffs flriii, and provisions generullv uncbumrod. IVfaiine Disaster. Portland, Malue, September 11. The burqne Ada O. York, from New Orleans for Liverpool with a cargo of cotton, was wrecked on Sable Island on tbe 17th of August. A portion of her caigo was saved, and exertion" were being made to save the remainder. Tbe crew arrived at Halifax yesterday. She was owned iu Portland, and was partly Insured. From Cincinnati. Cincinnati, September 11. The City Councils have refused, by a vote of 18 to (i, to tender tha hospitalities of the city to the Presidential party. A meeting of prominent citizens was held at the Chamber of Commerce last nlehl, at which rr solutions wcte passed to tender a public re ception to the distinguished visitors, and a com mittee appointed to muke the necessary arrange ments. Latest Maikets by Telegraph. Kkw Yobk, tSoptemherll. Cotton is quiet. Flour 26o. higher Sa'ea of 6500 bols. State at 6'86.10 o0i Ohio, 88 r(ffl3; Westorn, S 85;a 10 60 (Sales of 600 bbis. Southern at SlllS 76. Wheat scarce and advanced 2,u8oi saes ot UOOO bush, new aimmr state at 82 80, and No. 2 common MiIwjuiu at 91 90. Corn dull and uechuluc. Pork quiet. ird dull. Whisky dull Nbw Yob, September 11 Stocks are lowers Chicago aud nock Island, liWji Cumberland pre. lerred. 4tij; Mchlau Southern. Hi),) Hew York Central. 101!j; Heading, 114 1; Viralmas, 70; Krie ltatlroad, 71j f Western I'uion Toleurnpu Ooiupany, Coupous. 1BH1. Hi),'; 1J, 1114; la, 10S4. L'uited Mute Cs, til. lrea.-uiy Notes, li)G. Gold. 116. 5 FROM WASHINGTON THIS P. M. ROW AT COLORED SOLDIERS' PARTY Order ISccrtilMi iiip: I'Vst t4 WHEN "ANDl lis GOmXti H0MK. " 1 J i -nri 1 1 n hi n The Navy Yard Eoys Support tha President Up to 1881. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. SPECIAL DKSPATCnRSTOTHKBVE.flKOTBLBaBAPH.j Wasiiinoton. September 11. A Bolhtcroua Jliack Hall. Fome insubordination occurred auiotiest the colored troops at Wise well Barracks last night, in consequence of the ofllcers of the Freed men's Bureau finding It necessary to stop a ball goin on there. The revolt was suppressed, however without serious disturbance. Important Pcuslon Order. The Commissioner ol Penpions has directed Pcuslon Agent to strictly enforce tbe new pen sion act, providing that no Claim Agent shall receive more than twenty-live cents for prepar ing pension papers, or more than fifteeu cenU for administering an oath to a pensioner. Hetnrn of tlie President The President is expected to return here om Saturday evenini?. ThelNavy Yard employes, i voting to attend the public demonstration on that nitiht, have declared by resolution tut they endorse the President only up lo 1864. Philada. Stock Exchange Sales, Sept. 11 Kepotted brDe Haven ft Bro., A'o. 40 S. Thud street. BE1WEKK BOARD HMimCitV 6 old kao fcofr 850U do new 9j f.00ehi'atapl....b60 8Hf 100 sh do W o3! 100 sh do ai 7shFand M Bk..mi 200 no...now.. sn; $2U00VTar& Fra 7s.. 81 j $4(100 Hun ft Erie 7s 99 25 an Penn I: 671 00 ah N Central 4U1, lOHsh l'n &!:.. b30 .W! 81 sh Leh Val 66 'I 100 sh Host K ...to. 1H 10 sh Acad Music. . 70 100 sti hen Pi 23 lOOshPtead 67( BOARD SECOND 100 h Cata oi 3!1 : lIKIsh do sfitl. . .t I 100slt;l'h ft E 331 7U0 ji Uea uug r7 100 sh do 100 eli do Sti' 60 sh do sli) bit 834 100 sh Maulo Sh 2 15 LAN Iv rr H FOR TIIE WHOLESALE Tit AD E. BLANKETS FOU IIOTEL..KEEPERS. BLANKETS FOR. INSTITUTIONS. BLANKETS F O It FAMILIES. Conn rising all the most popular makes, at ttie loweat prices. Just opened, several cases of BLANKETS .SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE. CUP. WEN ST00QJRT & BROTHER, Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND St., 9H3t ABOVE W It, LOW". QUO ICE OLD lYK, C O U 11 BON AMI M0N0NGAHELA WHISKIES, By the Demijohn cr Cask. H. & A. C. VAN BE!L, WINE MERCHANTS. NEW STOItE, So. 1310 CHESMT Street. 8 iWtnthslm4i QKEAT BAB GAINS IN" BLANK BOOKS, PAPERS AND ENVELOPES, PENS, INKS, AND PENCILS, FltlNTING AND ENGRAVING, AT BRYS0N & SON'S, HstulMm Ko. 8 North Sixth Street. rpHE SPRUCE AND PJNE STREETa L RAILWAY. TBU.NK LIJE. This Road now. in addition to Its main line on fluruca and Pine streets, passes through the entire western iior Uon ot the city. PvaenKers .from tbe extreme north west at tainuount laik. and aioiuc the entire louta to the extreme southwest at Gray's Ferry, can take th cars on 't wenty-second and Tweuty third streets ami the Orsy's Ferry Hoad. and be cirrted thrown, v ll Spruce street, to tbe Kxcbauve tor a ' m hlMiLK, t'ARK. In addition to the several parks and the beautiful scenery along tne Scbuyikiil iront there are man objects of mierest ttlotw this route to mate It a tractive The roadls sp endldiy equipped, the earsoeing nearlv ail entirely new, and always kept clean aud coui lortahle. Curs leave the Fxchange every lew minutes duriuc the day, and every hour a.ter midnight. B lo liu T 11 1 R I S T B E E T STORES FOR AJLE. THOSE FIVE-ST011Y 3RI3K ST0RE3, Nos. 410 and 412 North THIEI St . ADJOIMSCi 8FRKAD EAGLK nOIEL. Granite Pavemeuts, Klre proof, etc Possesion 1 October. HENRY T. CO I. K MAN, 9 11 3Mp No. 131ontr. SIX TH BTHtET. WANTED A VOrNO MAN, NINETEEN years of ave, a graduete ol Kstloual Commer cial C'e'lieue, s.teuihi iulMhm wishes a situation ehuer In a Bank, nankin anil xchonge, or ( oium s Mou House. UlL'bxst roierence a to cspicltr and ln legrltv. Addreos Uut'ttLAW, this ofllue. 0 II It l,fr rTftlTlJL A U LINK HK HART- -CJjL'lmg FOHl. i OSS., via tild ULl.A VVAttK AMJIlAKITAN t ANAL. Tne sivauier HUeAst Captaiu Vamlervenr oowloadiaa at the atioud wbart above MAEKKT Street wUlleav at i abovoaTUUHDAY next, tl-.e l:)'h nntKit. far teruis oi ireignt. call at No lfl rtouth Wharves. 11 It WILUAM M. fiAUO CO ,