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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 18G7.
BUSINESS NOTICES. rxan Onr stock of Fall end Winter Clothing la t till and'complete end selling rapidly, but la m rapidly replenished, each day, with tresh and dmlrahle syles of new good, purchased recently, for cash, at great sacrlllfles, enabling ua to le'l at price In war tban have Nn known for rear. Congratulating our patrons upon the deollns In prior wblcb enable in to oflnr superior garments at such loir rate, wa request tha favor of a call. a Mlalt imv between 1 BKNNFTT Co., Dfth and Towan Haix. Sixth itrttt.) No. 618 Mark r.T ktrkft, PHILAPKM'HIA, and No. 600 Bboadwa y. New Yokk, Tim ( dampens everything but the spirits of those who dress In clothing aold at Charles Btoses A Co.'s First-class Clothing Home, under the Conti nental. Nothing can dampen a tnan'a spirits when In perfect bodily comfort, which can be elten attulned by woarlDg well-Qttlog and comfortable clothing. Bee the goods I The enterprise end genius or this age of Inventions have produced nothing more admirable than the great Combination Hewing and Button-Hole Machine, now exhibited and sold at the corner of Eleventh and Chesnut street. These Machines certainly have no equal anywhere. Tax Plan of the Washington Library Company for the endowment of the Riverside Institute, Is one by which every tubtcriher recelvct in kind more than a fair equivalent for bis money; while fortunes are guaranteed to many. A x"i y any other name smells as sweet. Bo says Shakespeare, but he was no Judge of Tobacco. If you want something fine, try Goodwin's Plantation. For sale everywhere. JTOMIKOI'ATHY IS NO lONOBB AN KXPRBIMKNTJ 11 Hy yeais of time and of triumphant succees, In every diHeuse. and In all parts of the world, have answered that question. It only remains to choose tbe best form of It. Dr. Hdmphiby's svhtem of SPKCirioH. for family use, dl vesta the system ol all latricacv and uncertainty, and affords a degree of pnsltlventws deci sive In results, not attained by any other mode. Wee adverllsenitnl In another column. Address Hum J'BRjer'H Sl'KCIKIC JloMU OPVTHIC MsoiClNB COM PANY, No. C6!i Ilroadway.N. Y. Johnston, Holloway A Cowden.No. 23 North Sixth street, Uyott A Co., No. 2.12 North Second street, wholesale agents. Hold also by George C. Evans, t-ilxth and Poplar streets; Ambrose Hnillb, Broad and Chesnut streets: Hortter Twentieth and Green streets; John Uley, Frank lord road: Kocbe, Fifteenth and Houth streets; Callenoer, Third and Walnut streets: Hickman, No. 83fi South Second street: Mar shall, Tbirteeulh and Market streets; Blythe, No. 8120 Market street. Hold In Uermantown by W, R. Jones, General Depot, No. 637 Arch street. Numerous sufTerers have been rescued from the pangs of neuralgia, nerveache. and other painful ner vous diseases, headache, hysteria affections, and ex treme debility, by an occasional dose of Dh, Turner 8 Tio 1)oi,orkux ok Univxhbal Nhibawjia Pill. Apothecaries have It. Lack Curtains. 1000 pairs elegant real Lace Car tains at greatly reduced prices; selling low because they were purchased aj. auction to sell elose. Great va riety and bargains In Curtains at Patten's, No. H08 Chesnut street. M. Bhokm akr A Co., No. 1024 Cbesnot street, are now opening an elegant assortment ol MIhsos' and Children's Millinery. Also. afull line or Chil dren's Clothing lor boys, girls, Infants, and misses, In the latest styles. Whitman's Chocolatr. The finest Chocolate for table ue, manufactured at the Philadelphia Steam Chocolate and Cocoa Works. Htephen F.Whitman, cilice and store No. 1210 Market street, IlP.nniNO AND FnNITURB) Kbupholsterbd. Carpets laid, and upboltleriug of any description none immediately. Workmen alirayt rcadyat Patten's, No. 1408 Chesnut street. Fink Cok motions. At George W. Jenkins', No. 1037 bpring Garden street, can be obtained foreign fruits, nuts, almonds, etc., as well as a tine assortment of confections. Jenkins Is worthy of a call. TJpholstxrino. For promptness, good workman ship, and low prices, apply at Patten's, No. 1408 Ches nut street. Grover & Baker's Highest Premium Sew ing MaottineB, No. 7M Chesnut. street- Lack Curtains. Now Is the time to buv Curtains, great bargains, at Patten's, No. 14ti8 Chesnut street. Tun "Model Bhoulpkk-Sbam Shirt." Afj,-M?SB MHSS MSRSTTft -MtBH MHHH MSSti-frfl. Jj-iTMSSH MSHH - M8SS-t6 McIm'ibe A Brothkhh, No. 103S Ohesnut street. Jokes A Thacher, Printers, No. 510 Minor street. JfS" Unusual Inducement! jjaVlftiuitial Inducement I jtf lnujvnl Jnttucimenf I a" ifnurual JnitucemnUs I Mg-Vnvtual Inducements I jtflhnuwU Inducement I n-inutat Inducement I . - I fa rtmJ. Lulucementi ! r ii '.. ....... ... Wr mil offer an immense itock of JVfcui Clothing fur M(n' and Bopt Fall and Winter wear, viatie in ttie most careful Kemtmber i manner, and of materUtU bmiaht in first nanas, a 1 wiww. l' im w w.v tweri. Xhii tells Vie whole story. WaNamakkr k omiwn, THE IiABeKST CiOTHINS Housb. Oak Hah, os the cobnkr of sixth and mabmkt btb. M&BBIED. ALLEN MYF.R8. On the 23d Instant, by the Rev. P. H. Benson, Mr. CHAKLhX M. ALLIEN to Miss KM MA MYKKS, both or this city. FLEIBCH MAN-MORRIS. -On thed Instant, by Rev. T. G. Shepherd, L. ft, Mr. WIIXIAM FLklSCH M AN, of Philadelphia, to Miss BUSlii A. MORRIS, of Camden, N, J. . DIED. ALTEMUB. On the morning of the 2flth Instant. In tbe bid year of her age, CHARLOTTE Ei ALTfiMDS, Wire oi ramuei l . a imus, Due notlee will be given of tbe funeral. - AUDNREIBR. On the morning of the 25th or Oc tober, In tbe mh year ol his age, Major LEWIS C. A L DEN RKI 1, son of Mr. George Audeureid, or Northampton eonnty, Pa, . Bis relatives and the friends or the family are re spectfully Invited to attend tbe funeral, without fur ther notice, on Wednesday, the UOlb lnslaut, at 10 o'clock, from the reldenceol bis uncle. Lewis Auden reld, Esq.. No. 611 N. bevenlh street. To proceed to Laurel Hill. JOHNSON. On the morning of tbe 2tta instant, HUGH JOHNbON, in the 2th year of his age. Tbe relatives and friends of the iamlly, also the members of Harmony Lodge, No. 30, A. P. A., are re spectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late resiaence, no. m iuumiu ""I"""' afternoon at 1 o'clock. To proceed to Odd Fellows' Cemetery. HUNTER. Suddenly, In New York city, on the evening of tbe 28th instant, WILLIAM HUNTER, Jr., of Gertnantown. aged 40 years. Due notice of the funeral will be given. EER. On the 28th Instant, after a protracted sick ness, occasioned by wounds received on duty Detore Richmond, Va., on the 7th of October, 1804, GKORUK J. KER, late Captain 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry, aged The male Wends of the family are invited to attend bis funeral, from tbe residence of bis father. No. 319 S. Thirteenth street, on Thursday, the 81st Instant, at 12 o'clock M. To proceed to Mouut Morlab Cemetery. TATEM. On Saturday afternoon, MARY M., wife Of Benjamin V. Taiem, aged 4 yaars. Her relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend her funeral, from tier late residence. Ashdale Farm, near Woodbury, N. J., on Thursday, at 10 o'clock A. M. I EE'S PREMIUM BUTCHER AND TABLE J k tee l iminir amoved bv patented machinery, have their Indentations much deeper, and with keener edges tbau those made In tbe usual-way. Six years' sale of them has thoroughly tested their superior qualities. A frtsh sleek received by TRUMAN A BHAW. No. m (Eight Thirty-live) MARKET bueet, below Ninth. TnE COMBINED TOKER AND TONGS euables you to rake down your Are. pick out clinkers or scoria, light your clears, lilt oil stove plates, and do various other uses about a stave which usually require several Implement! to accomplish. 'f oy J HUM AN A BHAW. NO. M l-lUl Thuty dve) MARK KT Hreet. below Ninth. QOUB-KROUT AND COLE-SLAW CUTTERS, VJ lorsalebyTKUMAN A BHAW. No. MS (Eight Thlrty-nve) MARKET BU, below Ninth. A RARE CHANCE TO SET CLOTIIINQ R El dyed with the tin tat aniline colors, imported exclusively lor the large i,t,w Hllk Factory at Tioga Malion. Goto FUY, at No. m4 CALLOW HILL btreet. 10 2 2t n JONES, TEMPLE & CO V A B H I O N A B L K H A T T i H B NO. 26 a NINTH btreet, ' nrat htore above Hheatnut atreei. (4 FOSTER, FASHIONABLE H A ITER, 11 enispl No. T B. SIXTH Street. H 0 R S E CHEAPEST IN TIIE CITY. Mn 1 MiKKKTlitrwit. Where the Blii HORnB Is in the Door, 4 U tuiha BLANKETS. OITT INTELLIGEKOE. FOB ADDITION At, LOCAL ITOMS SKI INSI! rAOaH. Homk AoAiir The Rkckption Givhit bt Thb MKMnKH o thi Bar to Jitdob Allison. Last evening the Foyer of Ike new Horticultural Hall was tbe acena ol a brilliant entertainment tendered by the members of the bar to the Hon. Joseph Allison, President Judve of the Court of Common Pleas, who has Just arrived Bt borne after a aojourn abroad of several months, In quest ol health and pleasure. The apartment In which tbe banquet was given was taste fully decorated with the national ensign, and pre sented a very attractive appearance. In theoentre of the adornments hung a large Itfe-llke photograph ot the guest or tbo evening, surmounted by tbe words "Welcome Home." Heats were arranged at the table for about one hundred and twenty-live, nearly all of whom were members of tbe bar, AH of Judue Alli son's colleagues on the bench of the Court of Com mon Pleas were present, together with the most pro minent members or the bar or Palladnlphla. At either side of Judge Allison Sat Ell K. Price, Hsu., and Joseph A.(iay,Esc. The party sat down at baK-past ( o'clock, and after the removal of ttie cloth, Judge Allison was pre sented to the company by Mr. Clay, who took occa sion to say that those present were assembled as a portion of the friends or Judge Allison, to give him a hearty welcome home; and their appreciation of hit worth was not In tbe least diminished by hie absence In rorelgn laud. He extended to him the warm con gratulations ol all his numerous friends on his safe return. When bis Honor rose to reply he was greeted with hearty applause. He said that such a scene as the one before him be was unaccustomed to, and auch a one as It had never before been bia good fortune to experience. He contrasted hi present aitnatlon with ene that took place aome years since, on whloh occa sion be had been travelling through the West, and lemming, passed throngh Harrisburg, the city of his birth. On arriving there be looked out on those assembled about the depot, and among some hundred and filly persons who were present he naturally expected to see some familiar faces. Such was not the caae. however, aud be felt like a perfect stranger, even iu tbe city of bis birth, The pre sent was tbe second occasion on which be had returned home alter a long absence, and those present could readily Imagine his feelings at tbe warm and entbuMastlo reception that greeted him. Instead of unfamiliar laces, he was met by kind and earnest friends, aud their welcome will be remembered wnlle llle lasts. He round himself surrounded by those with whom he has held social and professional intercourse for twenty-two years, and ought be not to say lu sin cerity and truth that be felt himself the proudest and happiest or men. Tbe speaker Bald, where cau more Intelligent men, or men or those high traits ofcharacter that command the respect of men be found, tban among those who surrounded him and cheered him with dear words of welcome T He tendered one aud all bis most sincere and heartfelt thanks. The Judge then adverted to his European trip. The visit was not entirely one of pleasure, for It was known to most of those present that for fifteen or sixteen yean he bad been permitted to occupy the Sosltlon be did In bis profession, and bis labors gave Im warning that, alter a long and ceaseless service, bis health was falling. He therefore determined to go to Europe, and had returned much benefited In health, and lelt now additionally Invigorated and animated by the flattering reception be had met with. He left Philadelphia on the 6th of June, and while be could not say there Is not much to be seen abroad, still he would sav, from what be bad seen abroad, he felt convinced that this Is the land of hope, and the country to which the eyes of all nations are turned, some In admiration and others in rear. He landed first on the coatt of Ireland, and proceeded to eulogize the green Island, speaking In raptures or Dublin, Derry, the Lakes of KUlaruey, and other Irish scenes. After relating some amusing Incidents or bis Irish tour, the Judge said he would never regret his visit to tbe land of the O'Neills and O'Briens. He passed hastily tbrouah England, having an en gagement In Paris on the 2d or.July.and be spent one month in the gay French capital. The Judge aald that Paris during the past summer was keeping her grand holiday. Napoleon, tbe man who Is France, had received homage from numerous crowned heads In acknowhdgmeut of bis power and might. Tbe French Emperor Was leared by bis subjects, but not loved. There was 1 ttie popular enthusiasm when he passed through tbe streets. He was protected by bayonets, but hud Utile hold on the hearts ot the people. From Paris tbe speaker went to Brusseli. and was struck with the dullness of that city, as compared with the tormer. From Brussels he weut to Antwerp, and he spoke in glowing terms f the splendid plo lures by Rubens to be seen there. The Hague he luuod to be tbe most charming place la that part of Europe. Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and all parts of Holland (the land rescued trom the ocan) were visited, and Irom there he proceeded to Cologue, once a city of considerable importance, but now uuder the thumb ot the master ot Europe Bismark. From Cologne be proceeded op the Rhine, a river that cannot compare In point or scenic beauty with our own majestic .North river. Baden-Baden Hom burg, and Wels linden were visited, and then the tour of Switzerland was made. Roaming through delight lul Switzerland, the speaker met with. Btersladt, the great American artist aud painter or the "ito-semlte Valley.' He thought tha', lor natural graifileur, the scenery of Swit.erland could not compare with the Rocky Mountain region or America. Tbe speaker thought the time Is fast approaching when Europeans will visit America to see grand scenery, as Americans now go to Europe. A number or other places were visited by tbe Judge, when be returned to England and spent a few days in London, and returned irom thence home. The Juoge closed by saying that America anooars to be the only land which possesses the bu.sts ol sub stantial prosperity aud endurance. Here the laud belongs to the people who live upon It: they own their iarms, homes, and barns. They are their own, and ere something to live lor, right for, and even ale for. What has tbe poor European peasant to live for, com pared with tbe lree American citizen? lnricFi. AlltBi.,1 then resumed bis seat, amid much applause, and Mr. Clay proposed for a toast "The Court ol Common Pleas.'1 The sentiment was ap propriately responded to By judge i,uaiow, wno re lerred to lis great aullqulty, aud made many happy allusions to the great men who had adorned It in past times, closing bis remarks with a grateful tribute to the abilities and character of Judge Allison. ' The Philadelphia Bar," the next toast, was ad ml-, rably responded to by the Hon. Benjamin H. Brew ster, Attorney-General of the State. Judge Pierce responded In line style to the next toast, "The Integrity of the Bench the Bulwark of Its safety," while Judge Brewster made a neat speech In response to "The Comity of the Bench aud Bar." The last toast of the evening was ' Social Festivities," to which Col. Jas. Page replied in cbaracterlstloremarka, which set the table In a roar. The ceremonies and amenities or the evening were brought to a close by Colonel page's happy rendition of "The Crulskeen Lawn" Religious Mattebs. At half-past 3 o'clock this afternoon, the ceremony of laying the corner stone of the new Protestant Episcopal Church or St John tbe Evangelist will take place, at the corner of Third and Reed streets, the site or tbe fine old man sion house which was recently demolished. Tbe Right Rev. William Bacon Stevens, D. D , tbe Bishop of the Diocese, will officlute; and at the preliminary exer cises, which will take place In the church on Reed street, above Second, appropriate addresses will be delivered hy the Rev. Drs. Howe and Morion, and the Revs. Phillips Brooks and R. J. Parvln. Tbe Infant School children of tbe Advent P. K. Church, on York avenue, above Buttonwood s'reet, will bold a fair for thesaleof nsefuland fancy articles, for the benefit of tbe ?hiimh Imiirnvnmant Fund, on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons and evenings oi mis wee. Next Thursday, the 81st instant, will be three hun dred and lll'tleth anniversary of the Reformation, and will beduly celebrated lu this city. The Jubilee services commemorating this event will be held in "St. Mark's Evangelical -Lutheran Church," Spring Garden, above Thirteenth street. Church service In the morning at lo'i o'clock, and a grand Sunday School celebration In tbe evening at 7H o'clook. This anniversary will prove one of the most Interesting that has yet takeu place In our city. Tbe event which it s irnali.ea la one which to all, and the re- 1 ; lous community especially, Is of deep interest. The heaiers will learn ol those darkest days when the Chuirh u In Its most trvnm hours, which after wards were effaced by the light of ever-brlghtenlng trinninh. St. afark'a Church will be beautifullv decorated. Special Instrumental and vocal music Is to constitute a prominent feuture of the services. All should go to see and hear. Yocno Mkn's Christian Association. Tbe reiular Monthly Meeting took place last night, Peter it Khnni Km., nreaidlov. Alter brief religious exer- c see, tbe minutes ot the previous meeting were read, which showed the Society to be In a flourishing condi tio, aud doing great good among young men. Tbe ii.. n uinium T. Kvi was then Introduced, who read an excellent essay on "The Business of Lite to be Chosen on Christian Principles." The essay was re reiv.d with annlautie. after which a vote of thanks v:is tendered to Mr. Eva. An animated discussion than followed, in which a number of members par- t.-inated. The President then announced that the i..ha txt tha lwtnn for nfllcera and managers to seive tbe ensuing year was ready to report. (For list of officers eltcted see third page.) This election was the most spirited one In several years, and the result wha received bv the large audience of young men with evident satisfaction. One bundled and tweuty-one v ung men were then proposed and elected members. rrita tiiineenLn anniversary ui ins Assuuintiou wno itnnn 111' ed in take Place in Horticultural Hall No- vun,er 14. Rev. Newman Hall, of Loudon. Rev. l't 1 1 1 a Brooks, and others, are tbe speakers. Alter singing and prayer, the exercises closed with tbe bene diction oy " A Colored Confiscatob. No sooner .had tbe domestics hung out the large washing In tbe yard u. ini.n tc Williams, at 10 8'MJ H. Tenth alreet. mid retired to the kllctien, than the black face and tbe hiutu ni 'i.i-ie uihaon appeared above the wall. Surveying the sceue with malicious eye, and no doubt ......,.,itii,ir tbe Drofita which would accrue f,..m n Immediate and audden confiscation, he Hlluned over, and In a trice cleared the line of every r.t tha wuhlnii. aud Incontinently left. Hlo Ty ing Ii7 bis booty, he was swiftly making his way to a .,JVnl, roker's shop, when Olllcer Dehaven clapped J aSdsaSSffl" ally, handcuffs upon him. and brought hint to the central Blalion, where be remalus for a hearing. Malicious Mibchibf. The best of men will err: aome from a lack w n ,TViiV:VrdaV too much, ll nelled UDI ooU Fb li p leOa Jlf ".'".rj"" "Z, at Marshall aud Jelfor- I...:-. Vrthlu: furniture wm oibpiacni and brokeu. and animated heads beiiame blue, l", SaVaJJlted" It Is aald. the proprietor of the tiiaillliutiil, aud only eaea wuen n Aiueruiau Fitch beld hliu lu iau to "' A Orrat Salb or Mkdals add Corns, the Irnltof long years ef reeearcb by Mr. Josnnh J. f? t'7'0,f tnl cliy, commenced last evening at the Itook Trade Salerooms of Me-mr Leavltt. Hirebeljh ft Co.. Clinton Hall, Astor P eoe. New Tork. Tne collection was. byond all doubt, one of the largest and ninet valuable ever made In this country. A large number of Professional numtsmaitclans, and others wh?l.,n ,nl"ret In neh curious mailers, were pre sent. 1 he catalogue of the articles exposed for sale makes a large octavo volume of abont two hundred pages. Among the list are many sliver, oopper, brass, and bronr.e rolna or ancient Ureece and Rome, snme of them being exceedingly rare, aud or corresponding value. Specimen or tbe early oolnage of England, irom the time of the Conquest as well as those of a later date, in gold, all ver, bronze and confer: British colonial coins; French colna and medals from tbe time or Charlemagne (A, D. 1771) to the present dale; colna r Papal Rome In silver and copper; Merman coins from the early ante of 7 Rwodlab, Danish, Anstrlan, Russian, Polish, and Swiss coins, and those of other nations; and many medals In various meials, together wh ha lar e number of curious articles of vfrfu, all of which will be disposed of, are embraced In the collection. 1 he gems of the collection, however, are the speci mens or American coinage, which are probably more complete and valuable tbau any that have been ollered for sale since the breaking out or tbe mania for collecting American colus which baa for some years past been prevalent; Among these specimens are many "proof sets," complete anal In the most per lect state or preservation. The ' proof set" or the silver coinage of 1827 la said to exist In no other collection. Many others are "un circulated," which renders them all the more rare and valuable, Tbe specimens ot American cents and half-cents are very rich and complete, embracing all tbe varieties In copper, nickel, and bronze. One or tbem the half-cent or 1M2 brought. In the "MoCoy" sale.tlOfl, and In the "Peavey" sale, 105; the hair-cent ot :M7 also bringing the same price. loft. There la also Included a large number of "Pattern" pieces cents, bair cents, dimes, dollars, hair-dollars, eagles, and balf-eaglee. Borne of the American colonial colna embraced In tbe collection are very unique, and all the more valuable, In the eyes or numlamallclana, lor that reason. In addition to tbe celns and medals, the collection or Mr. Mick ley contains a large number of acarce and valuable catalogues, and other books of great Interest to collectors. The mania for collecting coins and medals has taken great strides of late, and persons who are not Immediately Interested In the subject have but Utile idia ortbe extent to which It prevails throughout the civilized world. Fabulous prices are frequently re alized lor specimens which are both rare and unique. At a sale beld In New York some time since, a half time of the coinage oi 1802 brought the extravagant price of (HW, and others or like rarity have recently been disposed or at equally Incredible prices. Mr.Mlcbley'scollectlon contains twocoins for which It is expected that there will be a very sharp competi tion. There are "Maryland," or Lord Baltimore fienny, and the "American sliver dollar of 18HI," the aturof which Is considered by numlsmatlclans the crownlrg glory or this splendid collection. Tbe Maryland penny was purchased a number or years go, when comparatively Utile attention was paid Id America to numismatics, for 100 In gold, equal to something over 1700 In our preieut greenback cur rency. ortbe silver dollar coinage of 1804, there are but four specimens known to be in existence at present, only two or tbem Including the one now offered for sale having been struck In the year lbOl, while the other two were strnck some years later, although they bear tbe Imprint of tbe same date. Such Is tbe scarcity ef these dollars that for one of them lluoo has been several times offered, and as many times refused. It is expected that competition for tnis single coin win not stop until Its value Is decided by competing col lector to be several thousands of dollars. As the catalogue, according to the usual custom, commences with the specimens of smallest value, tbe gems of rarity and great value being reserved for the closing hours, the attendance last evening waa not as large, nor tbe competition as earnest, as it will be at a subsequent period during the progress of the sale. At the beginning of the sale, certalu Freticn and Roman coins, ot which many duplicates are In existence, were ollered; but no very extravagant prices were reallzfd. A Roman Ae.i. weighing nlue and one half ounces avoirdupois, brought $16. A (iiiadrant, the fourth of an Art, was sold for S'l. and another or like style and value brought only 7. A Se;itan commanded $2-60; an l'nc, or one ounce piece. was bought lor $2, and a Trims brought L Vi. Of the Roman Imperial coins, many were old tor very low prices, varying flom a fewceu s to7. Later In the eveulug several specimens of the earlier English coinages were presented, realizing ratr but by no means extravagant prices. Tne sale will be continued this evening, and as some of the choicest specimens ot English coinage will be reached, a larger attendance aud a brisker competition are an ticipated. It la to be greatly regretted that some one of the learned s cletles or this city did not po.wess tbe spirit and means fi r purcba lna the valuable collec tion of Mr. M ckley as a whole. In order that It might have been kept forever In the city In which It was originally made. Exonerated from all Blame. Some time ago a pad affair occurred In Mauch Chunk. A boy named Charles Wiser and his employer went out gunning. Young Wiser was preparing to fire, when his employi r slipped suddenly before the gun, re ceived Its charge ol buckshot In the breast, and was killed almost Instantly. The Coroner's Jury exone rated him from all blame; but the bnvs about M uoh Chunk, It Is said, threatened to Kill Wiser for wilfully murdering his employer, and to aave ulmseir from Inlury he had to goto Nicelown, where his mother resides. Here he waa arrested and held by Alderman Thomas In $2000 ball, until tbe true facts of the case were known, wheu he was set at liberty. A Valorous Proceeding. For a lone time did Jobn Valllant, a cblvalric knlht, regard with watchful and malicious eye the Inmates of a modern liarem at bevenlh and iJauer street. n.vn spirits, bottled and ethereal, bad roused his violence to audi a height that last night he rushed into the place, and lnvlnu hand on one of the largest females, so alleged. mn Deal, or lime, ana maltreat ner wimout any ueu- nite cause, barrinir Dersoual BDlte. Hue resisted, and be seizcu an oyster Knue anu managea to cut ner iu a half-dozen places, but not seriously. Tbe whole household, capped with a policeman, pounced upn this ofl'ender, and be was arrested, and committed to prison by Alderman 't utermary. The Cholera at thb Navt Yard Only Oni Death Hinck Sunday. The eDldemlo on board the United States man-of-war uassaous. lying off tbe Navy Yard, has almost run lis destructive course; there being but one death reported since Hun- day afternoon, mat or uuariee uuiuier, a landsman, who died at 6 o'clock this morning a total of thirty since the outbreak of the disease ten days ago. The lemaluderof tbe men on the sick list, as published by ns veRterdar fourteen In number were dolus oulte we.l this morning, and It Is thought that all, or nearly an, oi mem win ultimately recover. A Double Charge. John Carney, beintf the owner in fee-slmnle of a laser beer house and whisky. cellar at cianney alley and f iuwator street, Decame curiously lacetloua ana violent, mot only on ounaay lam did be bid open defiance to our Sunday liquor law, out am assault teaceaoie citizens wno nauoeneu to na his dace without steuuinir In. One Derson who m tiered from bis violence sought redress, and found It at Alderman Tlltermary s otnee, and Carney now reals Irom bis labors in a Moyamenslug cell. Recklebs Drivwc Dr. C. E. Kamerly waa driving his carriage In the neighborhood of Filth and Callowhlll streets veslerdav mornlns. when an Indi vidual named ueorge rtouierson, in a large venicie, and urging bis horse at Its bigheat speed, came rusn Inir alnnir. smashed Into tha l)ontor'a carriage, then veered on and went headlong down the street. lie waa brousbt to at Fifth aud Green streets. Alderman 'I nland committed him. The Doctor's vehicle sus tained some damage. Fatal Accident to a Philadelphia:. We leurn that a serious accident betel Mr. William Hun ter. Jr.. one of our well-known coal merchants, in New Tork last evening. lie waa atandlng near a second-story window lu the Filth Avenue Hotel, when lils root alltiiied, and he fell to the pavement, sustaining a faial fracture of tbe skull. Mr, Hunter wns a mem ner or lue nrra or itommeu u numer. mlnera and sblppera of coal, of No. 2ns Walnut alreet. BDd was aoout lorty years or age. Thb Orant Movement. The following meet- iocs of the Ward Orant Clubs will be held to-night: First s srd An adjourned meeting win tie hem at a o'clock, at the 'i remont House, corner oi riixtnana n'ruerson streets. Twenty-fourth Ward An sdjoumed meeting of the Grant Club will be beld at lb hall on Lancaster avenue, above' Fortieth street, to bear the report on permantut organization. Pay Your Income Taxes. On the 31st of thepreeent month tbe time tor paying Income taxes In ibe Second Collection District expires, and those who net led to attend to the matter previous to mat ime will rind the usoal nenaltv added to the amount of thetaxwbeo at last they come to make a settle- nientwith the Collector, The jjistrict emorac-es uie First. Hoventh. h.iKtun. Ninth, i emu, ami i weiuy- aixth Wsrda ol the city. An Unknown Man was found drowned at Washington street wharf, about Are feet six incnes high, 40 years old, dark hair mixed with grey, dark iiiisiupiie. nam wniHKers. ruunu iiiiunrcuiu. nwima I.Iiia nrmv lil,ui ilurlc fiaNHiinera lianta aud Vest. I,iuh hi, i, m urtiii miinlin shirt, erov army under- khlrt: had a brass check In hi pocket, an ppoted to be one or at orris A Tanker s t'me cuccks, .no. -) Mketino of the Feiexps of T'reedom. The frienrts and mumliPN nf thia organization Il!t(,ud holding a aeries rfmeetlnga lu West Chester and this itv rukinmaiiKliiu lliAMh it "November. A 1111! notice of the programme was given In yesterday's Tklvuhai-h. Weudell Phillips Is to sneak at bnth tilaces. The annual nieellmr or ths society win urn held In Franklin Institute on the Sib of November. Forgery. Roliert Cralir was arrested night before last, charged wMh the aerlona offense of for gery. Jie frauou eut v niidoraed the name or rnur Kalffhtnn nn inuh.,.irr,fB nnr. n,..L- i,tf il iienn table. 'I becrtaue waa ilkieovered before thefnmia had passed handa. and Craiv wan nr.-aiui i,iu reiidaaoe. No. Silt IXK-wst street. Alderman Beiller held hiut to answer at a lurtber hearing. An Uhsihistabtiax . Btbuctokk. About 4 o'clock thla morning a new three story brick building at the corner ol Tweuly tirul and Christian atreeln was uiowu uowu. am very substantial, that, r, THIRD EDITION THE MARYLAND MILITIA How Treason is Ma do Odious Rebel Appointed on General's Staff. tko Latent jFliianoiul News. Kt., Bts., Kte Kt. JSto., Ktt. FROM BALTIMORE TO-DAY. Staff Appointment Political News Tne New Judgei-Tha Storm, ICto. SPECIAL DX8 PATCH TO KV1NISO TKLXOBAPH. Baltimobe, Oct. 29. A. W. Bradford, son of Ex-Governor Bradford, who waa in the South, daring tbe entire war, and part of the tlmo on General Lee's staff, has been appointed on the staff of General Bowenuan, commanding; Swann's Maryland Militia. As a general thing, the chief commendation in applications now making for office under the Democracy is proof that said applicants have served in the Southern Rebellion, or been always in sympathy therewith. The returns of the Judges elect were trans mitted to Governor Swann to day, and they will receive their commissions in a few days hence, when they will tuke their seats on the bench. Thousands are applying for offices under them. The storm was very severe yesterday, and all la-t night up to 12 o'clock to-day. Stocks in New York To-Day. New York, Oct. 29. Smith, Randolph A Co., rangers, no. to eouto mra street, ana jno. o jNaroau street, in ew xonc, report all o oiock this afternoon as follows: UnitediBlatea 1881a, 111(3111J. United States 5-2Us, 182, 112U(&112'. United States 5-20s, 1864, l(M10fr-' United States 6-H)s, 1865, 109($1()95 United States 5-2l)s, new, 186. lU7lu7',B. United States 5-20s. 1867. 107ai07t i. United States 10-40s, 100(aii)0'. June and July 7,80s,,.104l052 Market dull. REPORT OF THE PAYMASTER-GENERAL. Disbursements Darius the Year Kndlnjr, June, 1867 Payment of Troops and Additional Bounties Suggestions Rela tive to Referred Claims Tne Work Performed Tne Reconstruction Fund Its Disbursement Amount Remain ing on Hand. War Sbpahtmkmt, Paymaster Ob.vkral's Ok- i ... 1 Wi.utvui.nM II I ' I bl "II I14K7 -llunaral IT St Oruut. becreia j oi War art interim Sir: I have the' Iiimur to submit a teper. ui toe omciai transactions of the Fay Department of the army for Hie Usual yi'ar ending June 80, 1867. Tbe t-bular statements bcrxwlib transmitted elve the details from which is condensed the lellowlnu exhibit: Balance in the hands ot paymasters nmi unitsned requisition in tne 't reasury at tha beelnninir of tha lineal year (July 1. 18ii) 123.911.899 neceiveu irom tn i reaaury aunux ine fiscal year ilnoludlute unluAuau rennllttoua In I lie Treamirv June ao. 18B7) SI.UDo 000 itec81vo dj pay mauler rroin oiliBr souicen, exciuaivQ oi buuqs irauaierreu among themaelves S3!, 958 Total to be accounted for f.r8,87&,868 Accounted for as follows: DiMbuistmonts to the regular army 114,2)7,103 D a'uruieut to tbe Mllltury Academy.. 1 2, !! i..lburRiiieuU to volunteers. 2S 38i,'il3 Total disbursements t43.7S8,457 Amount of requisitions cancelled ff8,lH).fiCQ Amount reiuuueu to treasury j,uuu Amount of paymasters balances on deposit in Merchants' .anonai Manic at aste qi cIosiuk not heretofore accounted for 107. CH Amount of unls-ued reatilsliions In Trea sury on June 30. 1867 3.O50.0UO Balance actually lu hands of paymasters oil jane , ist7 i.-i,mo Total..- $58,875,858 The disbursements during the year were of various Classes, as loiiows: Regular bi-montbiy payments to troops in service: final riavments to volunteers mustered out and dis banded; payment of Treasury certificates Issued by tbe Second Auditor for bounties and for arrears; to heirs ot deceased oflicers and soldiers; payment by the division of referred claims of bounties and other arrears to living cUlmants, which may be thus sum marllv stated: To troops In service (20,078,855 To musterea out troops 3,300,1100 To Treasury certificates lu,l4,ooo To relei red claims 8,765,002 Total 42.758.457 At the date of mv last annual renort liter were In this department: Paymasters of the old establish ment. 25: additional paymasters. 58. Total. 8s. There were subsequently appointed In the establishment the complement (tniriy-nve) authorized by ibe act to Increase aud fix the military peace establishment, approved July 28, 1808, making ot regular paymasters created and now la service, 80. Reduction of addi tional paymasters during the fiscal year, 17; leaving still In service 21. Total of both classes uow in ser vice, si. I am able now to repeat the assurance of my last annual repuit, iuai, mere uas occurred no serious failure or omission in the performance of tne labori ous duties devolving upon tbe officers of thla Deoart. ment. Tbey have exhibited, especially those serving on the frontiers, a degree ot courage, energy, zeal, and pruvitj uivai wiuiuouuauie anu praiaewon ny. ADDITIONAL BOUNTIES, The sublect of tbe navment nt tna additional hm.n. tits graniad by theaci ot Congress ot July 28, lMti.and . 1 . 1111. ...iin rn.il, n 1 1 I .1 1 u ,111 niiuiui nn .1,1a m . . .. . ' , J - -, .... v.. .1. .a ui.i.l vl'lUV, is one ot such Interest througuout the couulry that I deem It proper lor tbe general information to annex to this report a brief expression of its historv and progress, not aione to tue end of the fiscal year, which limits the preceding portion of this report. uui. tuuiiuuw iv buv prtt.ieub uaie. Tue act re- terreu 10 proiuea ior i s execut.lou by the Pav- master-uenerai, -unuer such rules and rem.. tions as may be prescribed by tue Kecretary of vvnt. J nuwim;v, IUVUIVIUK. BUGS urnvj. ..Kciiuiin,.! u. uiuucj anu arreoiing tue lute- resta 01 so large a nuaiuer or cliluens. prompted the nw t"'J " mo preparation ol the regu lations to the careful deliberation of a board 01 mil I- laryotDcers composed of gentlemen of large expe- riruini Misuiai ineiiiaence ami in ffmsui Tl.a .illll. &ii,l vuui.lu.l .1 J P ' .iiimi,iuii!i luua irameii. m. nrnvm nv inl hMriilH,v .1 1" i .1 r r:".n .hiir i, Ti .SL """.' uu counrmeu sa.-s v ft-t. uj tug HuuorNam ant. er tt. Anoriiejr-wriiBrBi, um not issue from tue War iunriuiBiit mi iiiv lULinr nan. rt Haitian.!,... rm. wlnest publicity waa then at once given mem through- um iue.i-v.in nmves. meantime large uumhersot me uiuiuin uau uiiruuy ubbu received at this onion the applications attached to whloh proving defective not conforming lu letter or spirit with the regul.I iiuna, mr. ... u.msiny returned to the aonll. cauls or insir aimrneys ior tninm imini u.. ' ol theae delays the exsmlnatiou of the claims was not entered uuou till January. lsii7. M uut me coieiui in- uivihioooi referred claims, who has tbe Immediate charge of these ooumy pay menu in his olhclal report and statement made uu m u,. i:,l, In.lllllt. II Vl.ll IHtt Till If.ui i .... r.. lotal numiier of additional bounty claims re- cuveii sun icumutm iu uateM .....,407 857 l uiiiimi jj.v... .- M ii una Number aisaiioweu Vaitl number disposed ol 'in?'x's Number remai ning on hand to be sen fed a'aViS in inn uer are awaiting lue receipted vouchers ol uluiuiauts jotk: .ui.ui,... T2v.Kl- t on from ibe recorda of the Adjutuul-Ueueral'e ollloei 1 be entire remaluder-2iM,8B8-are awaiting replies fn m the second Audlior ol the Treasury (Into whose niiktodv tne war rolls have u iiuiii i,,..,,i..., .... aided to his nftice for iufurmaiion iiidUpeusable to the payments before closing tbem out. '1 be Aunnor nat Deeu able to supply these answers ou abstracts iruiuuiu roue el the rate of only twelve ioniiru Hiwun-iiu wyi uci iiiuuiu,anu or course. the work in tnis niuoe is nmiiea by that supply. If u were olhei wise, or were praclltahle for tha Auditor ODIHB par hi iu, iu supply, me payments could be expedited In the proportluu of such Increase, ii is helleved Unit with Ilia nrwwnt mnuiiiv m division of referred claims, wlih its perleuled lauilltUw and admirable manageineut tinder the supervision of its energetic chief, double the moulhly number of cases could be paid aud disposed of, aud tha whole be completed withiu another year from the pteauut date. As a special ooiniulliee; has been orgmaud by the House of Reuresentallves to make Inquiry and tnves iiuaiiun ol tbia matter aud reoorl w'.iaL inuans. If anv can be devlKtnl to expedite the IIa1 paymeut or the addiiuiual boiiutlos, 1 relraiu Uuu suggestions ou tits hUllJUI. The total of 407.M7 appllcat'ona received, acknow ledged, recorded, and examined, and of them. 105, T7I fully settled, with an expenditure of f .i,797; and this rhli fly within a period ol eight months, together With Sl.ono clalme for ordinary bounty and arrears of pay, wl hi further expenditure or i,.v:.iti.'!, making an aggregate of nearly $lsoo0 0U0 ascertained and transmuted in small amonnls to the numerous Indi vidual claimants within a less period than one full year. These facts and figures demonstrate the value and magnitude of tbe labor performed by the Division of Referred Claims. Tbey are tbe results ruadn possible only throngs, the exerclse'of careful Industry, unsurpassed pauia, and application. Furthermore, It Is most rratifylng to know and to stale that there has not been ascer tained a single Instance of delinquency or wrong on the part of any officers of the division: nothing In tbe whole extent ol their perplexing labors affecting Injuriously the rights or Interests of claimant or of the Government. The services of all, chief and sub ordinate, have been rendered with singular fidelity and ability .entitling tbem to the highest commenda tion mecoNSTnocTiosT PisnnnsKRTs. The following Is the order ass,gDlog me to lbs lunar TlHlon or these disbursements:- "" "U"I W"..,I','i,RK!,T! AiiJOTANT-OrwuRii.'e On1 ricn, Wahhington, April lo, in7. Ordered: That the appropriation of five hundred thousand dollars !? J,?'".'. """"""Ion of Congress, approved March 80, 1SH7. be disbursed under tbe direction of the Fay-niaster-aeneral.and that he assign an olllcer of bis tin reau In each of the Hve Military District to make such disbursements, under regulations to be pre scribed by the Pavniaater-Ueneral and approved by the Hecretarv of War. ' Uy order ef the isecretary of War, K. 1. TOWN9END, T . . , Assistant Adjutant-General. I proceeded forthwith to thr execution of the order. 2r.UPBynit?r80I lne several dlstnots were deslg. .rdwred.t oroe to repair to their respec tive district headquarters. Instructions In detail 7hl KH"a' "PV'W. and transmitted to them. mitlancea were made. I continued the duty In like manner and under like authority af er the ruritier fuViouTt1 TX'lV. e7.mlllioU WM made'by jolutreso Tbe following statement awliku. EI?Eri,ftt'd' M.,e mo.,lnl received and ilis'.ursfd tfy to theWrreVuVm?- ebRUDCeon bana rlia . . , Jialftnaeln not p. nf tt j.nrtAi.. a ut V...... 1 October vi tint, sin ' . 2-Octoher VI 'VZ'sTo' SS 8-Octoherl2 176.3W li.7S rjissi September 2s. 4m sri ma in 5-OctoberS SdiistO 9l!M ls,307 T01' -..11,454.727 l!)ta.82 SSI0S7S Amourt In tbe 1 reasury te tbereUlt of the becond Military lilslrlct. tV 271 Total Balance Total amount of appropriations......'."" .V.'.'.'..t.5iH)'.' oo i no unsaiiaiiea estimates received from several of e districts show a detlciency In the amount appro priated tO meet tha actual imuim i,,.4 r shall, at the proper time, and when the needed 'ad- umuuai auiuuni reqmrea snail De ascertained, submit toyon a special communication on this solilect. KeepecUully submitted. J. W. BIM, I' resident. ffA&A POINT BREEZE PARK. TIIE xP.?"?.!.614 RBCe of the 28th lnstunt Is post poued until THTJRBDA Y, at 8 P. M. 10 2t 21 PA T E N T E D. PANTS SCOURED AND , SiTRETCIiEO trom 1 to 5 Inches, at Mottet -,.;,,,?,"! i'jeiiig auu nennnng, iso. i B, MTH Btreet and No. 7a BACJC Street. 9 175p BOXE8I BOXE8I BOXES! Franklin Planing Mill, all kinds of Boxes, Box bbonk a and lap Boards made to order. Also, Liua ber lor sale, worked to suit customer. Ainu whiu aud Hard Pine Flooring. C. M. W H ITINO, M. B. cor ner oi mmmi avenue ano VI KNNA Ht 9 an Ira DEAFNESS. EVERY INSTRUMENT THAT science and skill have Invented to assist the hearing In every degree of deafness; also, Respirators; lun tf' rftnH all Pai.nl , . ,71 IITID U HDC, V 4 , Btreet, below Cbeennt I -. u JUAiJiiJJiA'B, JMO. 115 TJC.NTU 8Sp RODtJERS'AND WOSTEMIOLM'3 POCKET KNIVBB, Pearl and Stag Handles, of.beantirtil Bulnh. KOIIGKRB' and WADE A BUTCHER'S js.az.ukis. and the celebrated UiXXJUJLTRJ KAZUK. bC'IHSOKS of the finest quaUty. Barxirs, Knives, Scissors, and Table Cutlery Oronnd and Polished at P. MADEJRA 8. No. 115 TENTH Etreet, below Cheennt. QTOUCH'8 DANCING ACADEMY. N. E. O cojner KIOHTKENTH and CHKdNUT Streets, Philadelphia. F. 8TOUCH reopened his Academy on TUSDAY, October 1. Tuesday and Saturday atlernoons for Ladies, Misses, and Masters, from 8'i to 5,'. o'clock; lor Gentlemen, Tuesday and Friday evenings, from 8 to 10 o'clock. Private Classes or lessons ror Laaiea ana ueniiemen. iu m tutus ot TTNION PASTE AND SIZING COMPANY. lJ A Paste for Box-makers, Bookbinders, Faper- n angers, bhoemakers, Pocket-book Makers, Bill riHierj, eic. n win not sour, is cueap ana always ready for use. liefer to J. B. LlmilnriiiL w limur A. Keller. William Mann, Philadelphia Jhuiifrer. Harper Jlroviirm, Acnf-rirtn Tiaciooclely, ana otliorn. r-oio Agents, 1. X. uilAUtn K tu,, NO. 420 CO VI- ii t. n i . i 1 in..., . . rpo HOUSEKEEPERS AND INVALIDS. A. The undersigned respectfully calls tbe attention of the pnbllo to the stock of Prime Older and Purs Cider vinegar for pickling and general family use also, to bis popular "Tonlo Ale," free from all Impu rities, ana enaorsea oy tne meaical faculty as a safe and wholesome beverage tor weak and delicate con stitutions. Delivered rree oi cnarge to au parts or tbe city. r. J. JUKUAH, No. 420 P BAR Btreet, Below Third, and Walnut and Dock. 11 7?B JJOUSE-FURNISHmG DEPOT, IBORIHO TABI.ES, SArKS, KTEP-IiADOEBS, VAIi UOOS, And a general variety ot Kitchen TJtenslls, at B. A. WILDBIAN'S, 8 28 tutbsSp No. 1011 KPRINO GARDKN Street. BALTIM ORE IMPROVED BASE JIURNINO FIKE-PLACE IEEA.TEB, WITH Maxaxtne and lUiimlaatlag Ilnnri. The most Cheerful and Perfect Heal ir In Use. To be bad Wholesale and Ketall of J. tt. I'LAKK, lu 21 lmtp no. ions MAKUM' c treet. f nua, TiOOPS. WATJLS. DECKS. ETC. AMERI XV CAN CONCRETE PAINT COMPANY, OtBce No. M i N. THIRD street. For preventing an roois from leaks, to keep walls tree from dampness, and decks, tanks, cisterns, and lolnls ef everv kind tight. and bottoms ot ships, etc, from worms, ends of posts that go Into the earth sound, and materials generally from corroding and. decay, this Paint stands un equalled, n ot saie in cans or casus, ready ior use a an times, ana suitea to ail climates. iu aim jKjotLra in.tuu GIRARK hOW, E. M. NEEDLES & CO.. (Kleventh and Chesnut Streets. HO tSE-FURNISHlKG DRY GOODS, Bought at tbe Recent Depressed Prices Phlrtlnr. Pillow. Pheetlng, and Table Linens. Table Cloths and Napklus, to match. WlneClotbs. Doylies, Towels and Towelling. Marseilles UuilU and Toilet Covers. 1 luokets. H oneyeomb, I-ancaater, Allendale, Jacqnard, snd other teprtads. DOMESTIC MTJBLINS AND SHEETINGS, In all qualities and widths, at theJowest rates. 'MOW (1HVHIO TTOR TIIE INFORMATION OP HOLDERS OV GOVERNMENT SECCRITIna, who may wish to convert them Into tbe FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS OF THB Union Paciflo Railroad Co. We publish below the terms noon which tbey ma) now be exchanged at the office ol the Agents of tbe Company In this city, WM. PAINTER CO., HO. B QCTll THIB1) MTBKKT. It will be seen that a handsome proQt may b realised by the exchange. On s-aos of 1SS2, a dlSerenee of fi34'M will be paid. On a-20 of last, ca. list SS wlU be paid. On s-aos of iss, do. On s-sos of July's, dQ On iss is, alo. I1WIS will be paid. 174'SSwUlbg paid. rA'U will be paid, spss will be paid. 9180-8 will be paid. On lo-aa, do. On 7-sos, ad series, do. on 7-0s, sa series, , IT4'U will be paw- of each thoasajid ax.chALu4 FOURTH Eomorj 15UROPE. LATKST BY ATLANTIC CAHLK. Pi Ince Ilumbert to Flsht the Frcncft Victor Emanuol to Abdicate Garibaldi Repulsed at Monte Rotondo. Kte., Kte Etc., Kte Kte., Eta Paris, Oct. 27 Evening. The French fleet at Cherbourg is preparing to sail for Italy. It is said that the Crown Prince Humbert leads the Itallaus to resist the French. It ie &Io said that King Victor Eoianuol is to abdicate. General Meimbrea has undertaken to form a ministry. The young men of Italy are swarming to the aid of Garibaldi. It Is also reported that Gari baldi has been checked at, Monte Rotondo. DELAYED DESPATCHES. ' Fighting Within Half at Mile of the. Holy Clljr Preparations for a Seconal Uprising. Hour, Oct. 24. There has been fighting to-day half a mile from the city. Ureal excitement prevails within the walls. The revolutionists are making pre parations for a second rising. A proclamation has been Issued to prohibit assemblages of over lour per sons together at the same time. All persons are to retire within their bouses, aud shops are to be closed when the signal of alarm la given. Vlterbo Attacked by One Thousand Oarl baldlans-Kepalseor the Assailants. Eons, Oct. 25. News has been received here that one thousand Oarlbsldlans attacked V iter bo yester day, setting lire to one of the gates. They were re pulsed with heavy loss In men and material. It Is said that their leader was the Deputy Acerbl, aud that be was killed. Cltizeua'of Rome, lucludlng many of the aristocracy, have been armed, and patrol tbe stieels during the night. Refusal of Victor Kmanuel's Troop to Fight Against Garibaldi. The Canseor National Unity Gaining Ground. London, Oct, 28 Midnight. The fellowlng Import ant dent a chea have been received here to-night: Fi.0RKCK,Oct. 2 Kvenlng. The soldiers of Kins; Victor Kraanuel refuse to fight against Garibaldi. Tbe cause of national unity In the Councils of the Klng'a Oovernment is gaiulng ground. It is now con sidered certalu that a thoroughly radii al ministry will be formed, wlioss policy will be devoted to . making Rome tbe capital of Italy. Popular Demonstration at Turin. Tvrin, Oct. 26. There was a great popular demon stration in this city yesterday afternoon In favor of n.aklng Rome the capital of the nation, add an ad dress to the King of Haly to that eUeut was adopted. General Claldlnl Fnable to Complete tha Formation or tne Ulniatry. FI.OHENOK. Odt. 2fl. Oeneral Claldlnl has been na- able to complete tbe lormallou of a new Mlnlstrr. and has abandoned the effort. Both Baron Rata7jif and General Curaudo tire' trying to reconstruct the Cabinet. Garibaldi's Force from Ten to Twelve Thousand Strong. Paris. Oct. 27. Garibaldi's force Is said to be front en to twelve thousand stronir. All tbe Paoal troona have been concentrated before Rome, wltb orders to a'H on the defensive. The troops have salted from Ton'on. and It is expected that they would reaoU Ceviia vecchla this allernoon. LATEST Y.ASHMGT01, KEV8, General Grant at the Cabinet Meeting To-day. A Personal Report Contradicted. Ktc, Etc., Kte.t Etc., Ete.( Eta. sFECIAL DESPATCHES TO EVENING TELHaRiPH.l Wa8hinoto, Oct. 29. General Grant attended the Cabinet meeting-to-day. Senator Buckalew had an Interview with Mr. Johnson before the Cabinet assembled. Mr. Bard, editor of., the Atlanta New Era, called upon General Grant this morning at the War Department, and denied that he had ever used tbe language Imputed to him In relation to Grant, which was telegraphed from here by some correspondents, alleging that Giant had told Bard that he was a conservative, and would not accept the nomination of the radicals. Bard pronounces the story a fabrication, and pro-, mises to den; it over his own signature. No particulars of the prize fight up to 2 o'clock-. Death of a Racing Horse. New Yobk, Oct. 29. The promising young; stallion William M.Patchen died a day or two since, at the stables of his owner, Mr. Walter mire, of this city, of strangulated hernia He wa9 vbry fat, being able to trot in 2'30, and was valued at $10.AtO. Sale of Stocks akd Real Estate. The following Blocks and real estate were offered for sale at the Philadelphia Exchange, by M. a honins & Sons, commencing at noou to-day, wrtli tbe annexed result: 1 share Mercantile Library. 1 Khare Point Breeze Parle Association lu shares bteubenvllle and Indiana Katlroad (new). -""" 111 shares Pennsylvania Company for Insur ance on Lives and Granting Annuities.---... 17u shares Pbicnlx Insurance UO lu shares Horticultural Ball 1 SSiKi Union League ( per cent, boiid...... HO shares Camden and Atlantic Ballroad luu 19 II HI JiS S'iS iii fissd S:i.,mi llarc'ey Coal Co. 7 per cent, bouda -" P" lb shaies Green and Coates Streets Passenger Kaliwav Co ?iTZr 13 shares Wast Jersey Ferry Co. (lower aide or Market street. Philadelphia), par AU0. Br"? CUH'N IT. No. 4U3 Valuable Mtore...- siVSmi GBKiN,No Elegant Healdence.- fiow Hearings at the Central Station. Before Alderman Btltler.at 2 o'clock to-day, Msr5"eVJi"-i!r. i J, charged with aelllng the bushaud of Mrs.Cr residing at No. S Lagrange Place, wflsky. after beliig ootlued not to do so. rihe was beld In tJ to V .. v,..iit in stiBver rhUada. Stock Exchange Sales, Oct. 29 IfnorVed W Haven A Bro.. No. ) B. Third street Beportea 07 BOARDS- roocity.N?w...is.ioi!. h th n'sT.::::: 5 - ' i .h Bit N A M I 1 SECOND BOARD. wl i do": s'1 IOHN CRUMP. ''?oL Valiant was arraigned upon the charge of rnninilltlKg an assauu ana oauery on nw tt..-. wm committed lu delaull ot 16iw to answer. M..i,iri Craig was charged with forging the nama Ju'Z K alKhton to a check for li lu January last.