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U.1LADA VOL. XNo. 15. EVENING TILKfiTK. A.FM, PHILADELPHIA, SAlTJItDAT, SEPTEMBER 20, 18G8. no,,,,,.. BnTO...- i 10 p i int r im wurnR. wrnm litrm, ia w iv.i . R a s TO TBI IFIRST EDITION EUROPE. NERVOUS AND DEB jfLITATED, WHOSE KUFFrRiNOM 1IAVB BEEN TROTRACTED, AKD, -WB08B CABE8 REQUIRPj PROMPT TREATMENT TO RENDER EXISTENCE Dl BIRABLE. VytnareioffoTlng, or have eufferfrt. what effect rtoa II produce upon your general hraKb I .Do ym feel weak, deb'lllated, eaMiy tired 1 'Doe a little txtra exertion produce palpitation of Tie hartT So yonr liver or yonr kidneys frequently gt on Of order ? to yon have epelli of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are yonr bowele constipated T Do yon havespe.Uof falntiug. or rnihesof blood to the head f Ie year memory Impaired? Ia yonr mind constantly dwelling np-n this subject? Do yon feel doll, listless, moping, tired of company, or of Ufa r Do yon wish to be left alone, tj get away from e-verybedv t Does any little thing make yon start or J amp t la yonr sleep broken or reitteesT Is i he lustre of your eye m brllllantr the bloom yonr cheek as bright T Do yon enjoy eoolety as well T Do yon purine yonr business with the same energy? Do yon fel mncb conQdence In yoursell? Aieyonrsplrlts dull and flagging, given to flu of oelancn.lyf Ifso, donotlay it to your liver or dye peptle. Have yon reft'esi nights f Yonr back weak, yonr knees weak, and have bnt little appetite, apd yon attribute thle to dyspepslaor liver complaint? Now. reader, the organs of generation, when la perfect health, make the man. Did yon ever thine that ibote bold, defiant, energetic, persevering, -soo-cessral bnslcess men are alwajs those In whom these organs are In perfect health ? Ton never hear of soon men complain of being mllancholy, of nervousneesi Ofpalpltatlon of the heart. They are never a (ram tbey cannot SDOceed in business; they don't become ad and discouraged; iny are always polite and tlea ant In the company of ladles, and look yon and them light In the faoe-none of yonr downcast looks or anv Diseases or these Organs Require the Use of a Dloretlc BELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OP BUCHTJ 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC, And Is a Certain Core for Diseases of the J) LA DDI II, XIDNIYB, GRAVEL, DB0P8T, O1VQANI0 WEAKNESS, Fl MALE COMPLAINTS, GENERAL DEBILITY, And a diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether ex let lug In Vale or Female, From whatever causes originating and no matter of how lor g standing. If t'ea'ment la submitted to, Oomumptlon or Ineanlty may ensue. The reoords of the Insane Asy hunt and the melancholy deaths by Consumption. baa ample witness to the truth of these asseitlons, la Lunatic Asylnms the moat melancholy exhibition appears. The countenance la actually sodden and qnlte destitute neither Mirth or Grief ever visits It Should a sonnd of the voice occ-r. It Is rarely artlcu ' lata. With woerdl measures wan Despair Low, sullen sounds his grief beguiled." Our fl sn and blood are supported from these lOuices.andour health and happiness, anl thato' Posterity, depend npon prompt use of a reliable emeuy. Mail U titer to Sojt. is. Spanish Finances and the First Symptoms of tho licvolution llussian Opinion of an Allied Diplomacy with Franco. Etc., Etc., Etc.. El.. Etc. By an arrival at New York yesterday, we nave European ad nces to the 15.h instant: SPAIN. Symptoms or the Coming Itevoluf Ion, The Paris (Sept. 14) correspondence of tbe London Times my. : There Is talk ol a small loan or 50.000.000f., which tbe Manl-h Uove'ninpn. u in h-,, of obtaining irotn the group or banl..r forininit the Credit Fonder. Although it has been re leaicdly raid that Spain should imvo .,- credit on account of ber nefarious treatment of her previous creditors, It appears that Indi viduals will always bo lound to give wav to the seductions her embarriuf.ed her to employ, nnd to lend her small summon exorbitant terms. One of these days a crash will come, and some of thp ucmiom.. -,.n burn tbcl. fineers. Nothing can be worse than the stale of affair, in Bpain; noihioff more infamous than tbe tjranny of her Government. It was honed about seven rears airo. that th mnnin takine a start; there weie tome blight biros of a revival soon after the II hope was speedily dissipated, and since then the country has been sunk In a slough ot depond. All trade and enterprise have declined; many persons nave been ruined; nobody knows what to expect or how soon a terrible convulsion mav come. By some of tbe refugees lraporttnt events have been predicted lor the present month, but there is every appearance 'hat it will j.ase quietly in Spain, ns elsewhere. Ibere Is a report that Dulce will shortly return to Spain Irom the Canaries, but although on more than one occasion he has shown himself a man ot considerable drinr mH m,ai..iu. be is not well adapted to head a revolution. He' Marshal I Serrano, and his npbew, Colonel Loper Domlnguez (who commanded a batterv ot mountain rifled gun?, carried on mulebacK with much distinction duriDg the war in Morocco), and Major-General Serrano B-dova are in the Canary Islands; General Zabala is at L.VFO, in Galicia; none of the generals latelv were sent, that I am aware of, to the Philippines, althou-h It was at the time re ported that they had bsen. But tbev are none of them men of much mark. In O'Donnell and Jaivaez, great though their faults were, and numerous the cruelties th Spain nnqnestionablv lost ih t. ,. getic and adroit men she possessed, and the to ot Kiissa." it adds "Tbe In'ernVlonal ABsuuiaiiua cans upon workingmen to prouounce atrainst war, to oppose It by ail the u uieix pwcr, to retuse to countenance asassination, and to organize a propaganda lor tbe education of the poor." Tbat labor, in fact, has no country is tbe fundamental pr nciple of .-buviiuuu, vuai toe proauce oi laoor ought to be tbe property of the proincer, that tbe brotberbood of labor ihould hn ti.o ho.i. nr foclely, and tbat the workingmen of all conn tries should throw aside their party jealousies and national antipathies, and make co union cause with each other In their struggle wiu cupl-al these are tho dominant ideas which it was the purpose of tho Congrea to Inculcate. In the .radical result the Congress at Brussels may be called a success, though tbe conditions uuiM-r wuicu tne aiscossion was carried on pre cluded tbe possibility ot very vigorous or lively debating. It Is very easy to ridicule tbe uto plan tone of the resolutions arrived a, but it would not be at all easy to prove tbat tne prac tice of Uuropean si a ernrn Is wiser than the preaching oi European artisan?. FRANCE. The Annexntlon of Iteiglnm. The London Examiner asserts that rumors gain ground every day ihatdesmns are manuring for the gradual and eventual annexation ot Bel- j'nu uy rrttnee. ot oy resort to arm-", if it be yu?.-iiB to aoia it, out by the use ol diploma -y, whose versatility and eloqueuce will os rein lorced by the glittering dn-play, not a'ar oif of u iiMiDie army, xne only son of the Bel gian king is sick and rady to die. All the ans ot nienical science have been exhausted in the Vain atlemnt tn rontnr aiilmahAn ,n A .u fill hfttM rt ri ... . 1 , . I . . T, uu to me innguia itmos. A lew weeks, or even days, may release the bovtsu suflenr from bis lot of pain. Two daughters "... Tuim mi m opnia ii, ana already measares are preparing, it is sai l, to change the Salic law ui succession, as was done in 8oain, and. as in the case ot the Spanish prince-si s, with the ... rci;urmir ma nana )f one of them iur u rreunn nrinpp Tho ..nntii r , ueirs and heiresses has never stood in tbe way of political betro'hals, absurd as such betro- uciiHeuriij (.pcme i, ana aboittve for their ruusr, as tuey nave almost invariably proved. Ihe brotaer of the Belalan King is not a man iiiteiy to mage any eflective fisrht for his ore- .,r luun uauee; out now popular fee ing Will ennnf , ( . 1 f MAMiM- . . - . .-uvtt mbiii icum ux fl nn fi(ifn. r tta to s sv as the'f lest words. TwrnM liba t ... ... iivr "iu.'. u jury or toe Judge wbi convtoud and seutouced me for my crime. In "'u w ,u vri ivauq ur tne wiinn, nn ther tes timony I ranuot eay thai they swore to wht was ' -j "HBriwu m iiit ana torn m ire than wai rUbt. In retard to the execution of my.elr - wjui.n, i. wuuiu db naimai for me to s It nnoer then circum.tauoMi hat I do not etancea. I would say. as we have miird-nd Mr. nominli'tis death anit 1 it'iiiiiiiip ihu ... ...ir!l Int an trnom nliua death, and in the same cateeory it . rl, aouoraanoe with iuo it", hi jni?iirnD'ii j tnat we ara tn it Justiapd In tho eyes of ond or net. Tne Rtata Of Msssacrnsett!) might make laws li- execute every man who stole four dolars' worth but I bat would nut ...n.vu -wuiu w juBiiiivu in tneeyeeor Uon. du. -.ii u. io ii'. kit upon inese Doluls. as I ".'" i n-viesa io laiK about It now. Hut I wcnld sav. as we are uibiwn.ii iiul .... ll..lA . !. . j i. inemseives as secure as we do Mime. iuo eway oi a remaie sovereign, they might po-siblv pormit the cbanire to bo uiada in tbe funoamental law of the kingdom without uiuv-ij icBiBiuuce. jjui it the notion once gets into the head of the miu thai v, . ihe matrimonial annexation of their country to t ranee, tney wlll be very apt to appeal audibly lr,r rm.'i, ' " V "F'iiuuuiyiy V" -j"'Fmjr una abidance to Datlle I. Tbe DOliCV which mr-anrlKir,o aco erected Beleium Into nn inHn,i, i..,. t81 8ate,reialns substantially unchanged. either Knglaod. Holland, nor Prussia can be expected to asent to the incorporation of tbe Low Countries with France. Tne talk about neuotiations for a Customs TTnion had never i-vuciLuuy or lnieiugioie meaning in it. GENERAL NEW?. jumister Johnson and the Prince of niea. The London Court Journal of tho 14th of Sen. TTinPf Onnnnn.a H !. T i , r fprlne tbe eame lifnomlnlnna iio&tt. ti.A u m... sntTerrd, and onr death la lu the same clrc.e uf trio innreiore i say mat 1 tit rallv IusliIIa.i I.. . ?' O"0- Ton koowQiid says Thou snalt not kill. I know that I ha net dona in. h..i,n., k... . course, when we Oo wrong all e etn do la to repent ol.,.oor ,0i and He has prnnlsed that He will receive repentant elnners. For ears "He that bell, vee in ma ndooih truly repeut.abail hav everlas Inn II. e" Hut 1 A,, nd ... .r..i ." ' ' "l Berlpture; but . I wi,n to say that, although I a1., i.. eccordanre a Ith the lawsol Masauhusli, I have a kino word for t ie otlloirs of the prison, wuo have luy sincere tnanks for ibvlr uipmin.,. i'J7.T return tbanks io Mr Carter, the Uilor. Hi has been very good to US. auU iluna nu r t.n hi. 7 qulrto. I would a t o say a g od woru lor Mr. Mhlo Jrn; '"I Jf several other ministers who bave visited us, aud tried t cultivate iu ua religious feel !C" i":.1" n '"'"k ' heavenly th. g" und biit ibiukot tuojs tilings w&lcn are so much 5l a lailaoy here on earih. anu nave tola us io iiUoour miuus onhfavtniy things, and God wou'd be wltn us. I SS. 'JI'A'Yk"110?,"5' "yihlng more to you to oay. aud 1 bid you all fareweil. Alter the condemned nid ceased, Mr. John A. Daba, assistant clerk ot the county, read the deaih-warrant, tbe sberiB's deputies, meHntim", adjusting tbe nooses, blaca hoo Is, aud prisoners' Jiuibs. 1'bet.e prepara.ions having boea com plettd, the signal was given, hilns was stauding bolt upright, while Cnarles had his laco turned upward and was moanin;; piteously, "Oh. Ood bave nificy ou my sojI," when one or the depu ties touched the sprlug with his loot, tbe dtop fell, and tbe co jbius shot througb the opening, fellas was killed instautly, as bis neck bad bi-en broken by the i a) I. CbarK-s whs beard to breathe four minutes after the drop fell. At the expira tion of about sixty or eishty seconds bis whole Inime trembled violently. At the end ot six minutes the movements ceased entirely, and the bodies which oid not cl ish. us mitrht hntm Ku,n feared, hung stationary and lifeless. The nui rauiiumiuu uy a Dhvsician wan mean iha bodies.hung nearly half nn hour i. cut down and placed in coilins to await the arrival oi friends, who nin hnr - , . liven uivauyv icu, n, i. THE GJSOBGIA MASSACRE. SECOND EDITION LATEST BY TELEGRAPH, rarthqnako Shocks In. the Sand wich Jslands-Another Fxecu tlon Orderod-rrobabilltieg of General Batler's Rcnom (nation. Fliianclnl and Commercial Etc, Efe., T.te., JEt., Et., Etc. FROM no NO LULU. Affairs In the Randwlcli iNlitiuN-Sluklnir ?- lJnor'" r iwrell-Earthniiakea mei'il" tfA 1l,lIM'"o Auuiuuce- 8an Fbanoisoo, Sept. 25. nouoliilu advi. to Septexber 6 conflrm the renort of the Blntin ot the southeastern shore of Hawaii. Tbe s tme occurrence was observed at Port Iliin. Th sub?ldence at Hawaii in soma nlr.p. i. f w .0 nwiu " o ieet, ana m others from six to seven ieet; while at Hilo the greatest suhd I'llll'l nOllCeU VM nnlntrvht nnl.. T Poia, and Lalsirole trom cne to five earth! queues nave occurred dailv. ConaiWahi- moke wasrisluir irom Kiinan o h. OB hn II. .-:u7- t0 '"HIH" luc OfCllWllonfl or tna ana t TT.,1 i . h-- Z ' wcrcremarKiDie. .'or the three days tbe sea rosn n ri foil vn, i ... foc - . . ." uivo to iour m "J tvn miouies. --..i 7 " cn i mister publishes an official Dotice warning Amencaa ship-owners and ship Esi" R.ia,li8t Participating in the Coolie trade ThP hi Bir Si u -1 other ports. XUe fnlD Eldnrudn -i n1 u,i.i. t. . An-Mist Sl. Th -T"." "J iiMl i . v vvuivvuu uuws is unnxt pottaLt. In port at Honolulu, United Steamer Ma jiociro, Hamburg barques It. C. Wviie and Kobert Lane. Kears are entertained for the safety of tbe barque Clara Butie, now 41 days out from iauuviuiUi FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Ovnoa or tbm Rvaniica mBm-r i , Baturuay, Sept. 26, ism"' There Is no material chsnge to noUce in th "JMM' taM ,oansa'- quoted at fis eDUi pr,a,e 'o'nmerclal paper ranges from 6(37 per c-nt. per annum. ' irwH The stock Market opened yerr dnll thU morLing, bnt prices were ateadj; Govern roe. t jecnrities were firmly held. City 0Z , "eVe in Hallroad shares were inacHve. Avnuiunu noiu itk ooi. nn Pennsvtvanla chansre; Keadins at 474. a slight .dyancjM.Vehlll .T57i.rocha Klmlra common at 30, no change' and Oeniral at 49i. no r.h,tn:. Pio.ai.H?"he.r- f?,lCK 8P1dAmboy:44i for L.ule Hchuylk fij L5Jfi.No,r -Pennsylvania; 41 for Elm Ira pre- preferred; and 25J shares were dull. wbo were most skilled in the art ot 'government i?""' announces Allulster Johnson's presenta- i..iii' ? "irange to give even praise thus vttZX cT.ul"r:?,lu.B: utiaiiueu to sucn a nionn.ntniT.od pulous roan as Marvaez. of whom h -.. goes in Spain that when his confessor, standing by his death-bed. adiured him tn fr--i. i.i enemies, he replied, iu accenta woair trnm 4i. appioach of diaaolotion, that he had nont-i naa snot them all." But some allowance must be made for tbe circumstances rr thotimo-i the peculiarities ot the Spanish character; and ceriaitilyif anythiuc could nnminin mo.L u gret Marvaez, it would be the fact that he has RUSSIA. Tl Imperial Diplomacy aud Relations u -rrance. The Moscow Gazette the following: The true and well-understood Interests ot France and Kussia are not at all mntr-r. t h one to the other, and there Is not a bingle spot on ihe terrebirial clobe where thn.o i-i.rI. ay not be In accord, fir Uhnr 4tloa . . Powers mav not be in a Dositinn tn uit- k other reciprocal co-operation. The en'tn'e be tween France and KuaBia wouia hn tho Hat guarantee of European equilibrium and general uwuu, ...... iiu, U 111 11 f I HE I II Q T DlXtnn tl of the 9th Inst, contains HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHTJ, EHTABL18HED TJPWABD OF 18 YBAB9, Prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD, DRTJ6GI8T, Ko. tM BROADWAY, Riff YOEK, 0. 104 8. TEMTH STREET. PHILADKLPHIA, PA. PHICE-lrw per bottle, or six bottles for l so da llveied to any address. Bold by Druggists every. - Blt 1 Kone are genntne unless done np In steel-engraved Wrapper, wlthc tinUe ot toy TJhemloal Warehonse, JU. t. ISI,MB3XiD, KKW YORK BTATB VOLUNTKE3 INSTITUTE, i u.u BTenue ana eeveniy-siztb street. Central P.rk. U HOME AND 8CHOOT. FOR THE 80N8 OF DZ- Da, H. T. Hblmbold: i wo Domes oniy or tne package ot yonr valuable Buchu presented to the Institution have been need by sne eniicren. and wiuj perieot success, in the case of oar nine i.ieaienant A. hU pride Is no longer mor t iled, and be Is free (rem the dally morning aoalhej xoas oi in cnamoermaid wbo has charge of his bsd dlr g. I feel that a knowledge of tbe resnit or onr nse ot Bochowlth the children nnder oar charge may ssve many a Superintendent and Ma'ron or Board. )sg Bchools and Asylums a great amoont or annoy ans and many a poor child, suffering- more from cakBss than from bablt.maybs soared nnni.h. near, that I (not knowing It as a weakness lostead of a bud habit) most unjustly luflloted noon them Ttanklng yon on behalf of the children, and hnnin others may be alike benefited. I am rtspeotlully yonrs, COU YOUNQ, General Bnpt. and Director. Jane it. im. ObkatBait L.hbOitt. Jaouar as, uss I r r, ii, t. iii.MBOLr Dear Bli: Your commnnlcatloa requesting onr wrms of advertlalrg was duly received, but from prjad'ea I bad formed against advertising "onrea br icre' dlsesiei," It was lelt nnanswered, During ii aceldental conversation In a drugstore tbe other kvenlng, my mind was changed on the character of four BUOHU. It was then highly recommended for kl i dlsfases by two physicians present. ! Inclosed pleas flod onr rates ot advertising; i Yours, eia, I T. K. B. BTENHOUS1E, 1 Editor and Proprietor ef tat i Pii7 and weekly Telegraph. euouiu oe eBiaousned in a solid and durable manner two conaitiona The first is. that trance nhnnlrl -.m,,.. irom her sight the phantom of a Dre tended resurrection of Polaud. For it is ueoessary that at Paris peoole should try at length to understand that what is called Poland ,4?ot.aJpeop!f.Dat a ,eudal taste which has detached itself from the npnnio ,h f nearly half a century a handiul of fjudal an. archists has abused the French nation aud all the successive governments at the Tuileries in making them believe that the re-establishment or Poland was possible, and that France was in terested by ber traditions and ber principles in its re-eatablithment. Doubtless, if such an assertion were true it France, in order to reject the phantom of the resurrection of Poland, bad to sacrifice even the least of her interests, and if it were necessary to place herself in contradic .n A national exigencies, we should not think for a moment of modifying her p.'.i!eDt manner of seeing or her present attitude; there would no longer be any rea son to speak to her of an entente with Buosia. and we should have nothing to do but to Dlace ourselves on the delensive. But happily it is not so, and the contrary is the lact Progressive and liberal Frauce, the France of 1789, could bave nothing in common with tbe Polish arls tocracr. and there is not onn nf th - n, y. rm-it, uui. uuc oi ner national InteresU. tnat can lequire ner to replace under the yoke of tbe Polish nobility, whom they abhor, the iuiaimuo luuBuiuug me oauKS ot the Vistula. jiTouuum epeaaoi tne western provinces oi Kossla, where tbe people have never spoken the Polish language.) France would abjure the finest pages of her history if she were to en deavor to nndo facts accomplished forever; tbat j, ut . uiu vi iuo x-oiisu aristocracy and tbe regenera ion of the Poli.h people blended 4 . v A w n a J w j i 3 a - . U.U IUQ 1IUBT1IU littLIUU. With regard to the Eastern question we onlv ak that .ranee shall not place herself in con tradiction to bersell. and that she do not think only of her own particular interests. In tbe -w, as ever wnere. we on v attic ni t'n. . do what ebe owes to herself. We do not wUh either to torn her from the care of ber interests ur iu ueceive uer; we wisn only mat she should retake tbe road which she ouabt never to have jcn, nun on wuicn we are ready lo accompany her as ialtbrtrl iriends. Dtoridid she will mftrr.S luwnros mat ooiect wdicq is our, that is to say tbe pacific aud lioeral develoDmeut ot the nh-u! Han populations of Turkey, guaranteed against BELOIUM. Closing or the Ijibor Couarreas. Frotn the London Star. Sept. 15. I Tbe International Coneress of Workmen was closed on bund ay allertoon with a speech fro a tbe President. M. Dunnm. a i,itPiin -nu resident in London. The final resolution takes the following shape: Tbe I utei national Workmen's Congress re comnjends tbe workinRmea to abitalu irom ail work in tbe event of war breaking out in their respective countries, ihe Congress reckons Upon tbe SOlldHntV Of wnrln, irm-n rt -II countries for tbi strike of the toni ,.umt war." The t.me sentiments were embodied even more strikingly in an address to tiio Congress Irom the German auxilmrio. i,i..h especially denounces a war between France ana Herman y as "a civil war for the orodt w- v Tbe United fttntan Ml n,.u 4i.il" ; r"'" "luusur wasLit; luib hi ernnnn. nnn uroa mtrAri nn alesty by Lord Stanley, Srcreiary of 8tate for "".c,"AU,,,rsi aon presented his credentials. ne ranee ot Wales contemnlales a visit to tne African continent. 8houll the Prince curry out ibis iuteution his Kojal Highness will visit fijF" nun iue uaiarac.s oi the Mile. Ko Prnsao-Auatrlan Alliance. ine journal ae fans asserts, as of its own knowledge, that the Austrian fi ovprnmnnt. ta. cently informed 1's aeents abroad that in case of a wr oetween rrance and Germany, Prussia uiust not at an count npon an Austrian alliance. ine empire having above all things need of pruur, a war nreaking out on the frontiers would bo of itself a most serious cala-nity, In so Jar as it would tend to re'ard the work of the riL-uusiruciion ot the monarchy, and Anstrian diplomacy would do its utmost to avoid tho unugers oi sucn a contiaaration. It is ad led -'. jucnt-riMJu enncr uaa renewed or win renew to the Emperor Napoleon pacltic nnnlu.ailimB In . I . . uvuaiBuuui ju ijuc uuuvo Bense. Italy Vneaay. Iue Italian Government: .... o lnito- Florence, is disconcerted and uneasy on acconnt vi me uiim-u.i vtbii to rontaineoieau aud the eon oi mMi niaae aoout t rancls IPs brother and ui. wiic ut iue rrencn uourt. it is remembered that Italy one was never the Napoleonic project. Buaa great wars and great events come, who ton ivivBt-K wuai may db in store for tho south ern provinces? TEE GALLOWS. ine itepnbiieniiM AnibiiHheil ana Urn. iniiy AHHitsialiiateu. The Albany nirronnnndpni. nf tiA xr,. York Iribwie write.-, on the 2Uth inst.. as follow. r. l . 3. ' ui in. irvrui ixiusiiaore: 1 hasten to lav be ore vonr renrlpra ui iue recent laiporunt events In this section. uu the 15ih inst. Captain William P. Pierce, a ntuiuiiii.u oy Dirtn. a eanant oinjer or th Union armv durlnsr tbe late war. a mminrh re publican, and the reeul ur nnmirtPA nf thu U.i- fjuuiitans or mis t.stconii) Congrefslooal dis trict lor the United 8ta;es Congress, pro- vecucu iaj Aiurituuti. numipr pnnnr.v a tnwn but a few miles from Anderson vine, for the purpote ot making his first speech in the canvass ot his district. He was accompanied by Mr. John Murnhv. a native of Inriimiu -., uuw - unru buu lueeueriu elector this county, elected by a Republican majority of about 700 aa sa livii ui nuuut x.uu. lt.Rir 11 inT Ainnnom they registered their names at the hotel. Five minutes thereafter they were inlormed by the piuiJin-iui mm ma ooitraers lusistea unon his .uiuiug luiue geutiemeu oat ot the bouse. ney were raatcais, they must leave, for he vouiu not oe lanuiora ot theirs. Tne gentle- uj.i iruiiuu. JIUrO FROM WASHINGTON. A Treaty of Peace With tbe Indian. Despatch to the Attotiated Prett. WiBHTKOTON. BepL 26.-ActinR Commissioner ui ii.oiun tuairs, air. mix, received the follow Ing telegram to day: "Virginia Citt. Rent. 9i.-Pot.ca nnrnmt. I - - w-kv -rftwuv J igj Ull' nn.a KT T O.-il-- a - . -we e vuiiru vuu iDVPir rnnn inna.-i a JS I or V witli several Indian tribes of ouuouuucb, DttiiDocEP, ana onpppeatera jester- uiave iuii i.uilc.Jl Jl'l L ifir YY HQnlnryrnn th a morning. James Tafts, "Acting Oovernor, and ex-offlcio . "Superintendent of Indian Affair,? Tbe lndiacs with whom the. twnr.v n mLi are in Idaho and Montana. The Sarratt Case. Dlr-trlct Attoro-y Carrlneton has Drpnarnrl. a brief in support of the nnrm.1 tnlion h.th. counsel of the Government Iron the decision of Judpe Wylie in the Surratt case. It is suh. mittedtbat the Court in ilnchur-Hn- a.,--,fa erred in lis ruling. First. Bee. use the statute of limitation as a defense to the alleeed crime was not and could not have been rmfir ho Execution of Charles T. and Slla Jamea ZlZ. K.itu colo,ed man, recently a mem lor ibeliurder ot JoeiVl. u. Clark?2 ,er of Georgia Legislature, but who Huii.hii..ii 1 " IO was eXDtlled on r.nnr.t i t,i- ir'V . i . wwwwiw v. uin UUHiri. uhnnr iDir.nt.H,.A .l i ' ' icu. raH i ii r nnmAa i r. mi unn- i . . . : r. wcu. uuivia iue books." Shortly alter this they addressed K 1 on .v6 Pledmgs as they then stood, and the colored BeJubUcans, amid fhe mter- iue, ana curses or the white ctzens, who were In toivn in force. Alter speakine;, tbey went, by invitation, to the house of H. K. siCUOT, a -teouolican and aa.-nntatn i'hi,.r wutnue oi tuo Bia:e. While there tho nn nr,.l -tepuDlicans attempted to march through the uuunu o.inaic wiiii arums inn nt iin,i,h unarmed. They were ordered by the Judee of vum -ujiruui iaiuii, luc-j in eesiion, to stop the noise, meaning that of tbe drum and flie. Borne colored man. not hearinc hp oni..- i-.f hn i.. : .. . y. ,ug -uurc, nor comprencnaing the cause ofthe ces sation oi tne niubic, called out "go on with the music,'' whereupon tbe whites drew their pistols, sbot-euns. knives. etr . colored men from the square. Messrs. Pierce uu niurjiuy, snowing notnin? ot this, ap. proached the public square, paying Utile heed to the warnings ot.the colored people, who told them that the whites had sworn to kill then Yesterday, the 19th inst., Mr. Pierce accompa nied by Jrfr. Murnhv. th Rp. v p i. Philin.fnnin ia i.nliuo.1 .. ' -.Hssncbuaelta. .v10.6 Tribune's correspondent attending the double execution at Worcester, Mass., yester day, gives the following description of the scene: Tbe hanging of the Jameses hereto-day was the first event of the kind ia Worcester since 1845. On the evening of the 28th day of last tebrnary Silas and Charles T. James, who came here irom Providence, R. I., ostensibly in search of one Henry James, a brother ot Charles, who bad deiaulted his bail as an illicit distiller, en tered Joseph 6. Clark's gambling rooms, with tbe deliberate intention, it seems, of killing and .w..,f, ..,, aud- UBU oeen in rne city tbre. or tour days, and had calmly and deliberately ril i i i j.uc younger cousin, vuoiics, uuu purcnasea a small board, and h--.j .wi ivVv, uoia oi which were JiT "r,.,"' AS tne7. entered ""a-e xuuins iney lound him sealed In a cnair in front ot a stove. Whtle feilas engaged him in conversation, Cturles uinuc ui me H.e aeep in the skull. J brief slruBgle ensued, when the victim's watch cnain ana tne tope were tied about his neck, and tifibteucd by tbe use of a poker. A woman uraio mo oiocit lieara tne noise, and knocked on the dour. Hhn w vn-n Eaion, also as Mrs. Thayer, and was on intimate TAriTIB at ith f 'Inwlf flit...- i - . , .... -iiuioi., ia. interruption lorced the murdereis to remain quiet in the room with the dead body nearly an hour, at tbe end of which time they lilted the corpse, and bore it to an ad- j",-iu' -uuui, buu miu it on a oed, alter hay. iVfift i u. ,0H.0. "'ao-ond pin worth $600, a valuable wa'.ch, $800in bank notes, and a lew gold coin;. Here they added to the crimes of murder and robbery tbat of arson by pourlnir kerotene oil over the htad ot the body and on iv- u.u, auu uiiuk me same, iney then coolly withdrew, muftled in (lnu.a -n.i o,- . ' depot to take the night train tor New York. But i,.,-.T 7 .lu? ?r inajer, saw them go out; ?JrJSll.e?lTd PlHrlf'8 T00' -nJBasceri taaed tbat be bad been murdered, and gave tbe alarm almost Instantly. The police were prompt i.m.. a. lueir uuty, ana tne elder I i. 7ii. ' i at tne aepot. His cousin. & abraresearfled.the W All things being in readlnes. at 11-2. the Prisoners were led in. with ihe.r bandsp.nioneS behind. Beth were firm in walk. B.lai appar ently unconcerned, aud Charles with a dejeoted look. As they neaivd the gibbet" Bllai wts staring at vacancy, but Charles looked uoat tbe struciure In an imploring and earnest manner. Tbey weie placed on the drop, and both stood firm. When they had been n h i SberifT Kuowlton, who stood nenr the reporters, and teemed deeply ailected. addressed ii, foners. Bilas bad nothing to say. but thanked the prUon otticers for their klnduess. Chtrles tbe .ounger cousin, made a follows:- " " .i1 J wo' ,h, 1 wUh r as people ale ays like lo tear i hat persons who arwhuughuve 1 was fin1 - , u oiicuicuic coiurvu men, aD proacuea me town of Cam la. Miuhn county, where Messrs. Pierce, Murphy, aud Janin were to address tbe colored ttepubllcans. tourailes from Camilla they were met by a White men. named James Jnhn .hn t ... ttated tbat he was in searcn of a "doctor" to attend a colored man wbo had been injured by a tailing tree. As soon. howtrp u h.V.....i the characler of the party approucbing, be de clared himself a"courier," sent to notify Mr Muiphy that the people ot Camilla and ol Mitchell COUntV would nnrmlt nn NrfUol . i. ing in Camilla, that tho couuty was theirs, and" Mr. Pierce, In a buggy, with Mr. Putney, pro ceeded towards the town, followed at some distance by the rest ot the party. With thee latter was a plantation wagon, drawn by lour moles, containing the colored baud, consisting of two drummers and a lifer. Messrs. Pierce and Putney drove into the town, dismounted from their buggy, and hitched their horse at the Court House. At a hundred yards from the Court House the band-watron was met by tha Yl n Ttln -Il. . .1 t I . ... J W ubii vvuus, wnu a uuuoie Darrenea shot-gun which he discharged into the wagon, wounding two colored men. Upon this there rose np from either side of the road upon which tbe colored cumc o -wruacmng me town a large uuuu;i ui nunc ujcu, wuo uaa teen concealed iu mo utoergrowin, wno opened a cross-fire uimu luciuiweu people in tne road. A tew of iue tuiui-u pcuiJiu. naving pistols, endeavored lo delend themselves, but a majority of thpm fled. Messrs. Pierce and Putney rushed towards the contending parties, Mr. Pierce tbrowingup his hands and calling upon the freedmento stop, sating "don't do that, don't do that." Upon this the - whites, or a portion of them, turned npon Pierce and Putney, aud fired wounding Mr. Pierce in the leg, and Mr. Putnev in the elbow and shoulder. Both, however took to the woods and escaped, reaching the planta tion of Messrs. . lagg and F.eh, two gentlemen from Massachusetts, at 3 o'clock this morning. To return to the battle or mo ,.--. The lieedmen wbo wero armed having emntied tholr ntatnU HoH f,.-.l.l. i.-. "1UK emptlBU iue,, uvea sucn as bad not already been placed horadnnm. tbe wounded on tbe ground. The whites pur sued, sone of tbem first Bm-i-. .. . tbat those colored men left on the grouwe dead by repeated shots at their prostrate bodies; Markets by Telegraph. Fa w Fbavcihoo Bpt. J v Flour, li-l&itt it Whut rtul -. 11 Ten tors. 71. ' " W"M BitTmom, bepu Sl -Uotton nnlst- mMdimr. r on,n, i- 6C i'lour very dull nd nnchVu.ad Wheat dull, except lor higher snute sales ut ?olio!oi rd at .70 O.ru nrm; whlfe, I ll VJf Ii. "low . ajrv UUI1 at I niMnUI't-A i. Juaivin. i ik miAmm ui,-. " .::'T., " 1-J.o.i shoulders, j,'a, hams, aisiwala'. rTrd. llii.T' The rloe-LIrdS haV lft thai nan.l t.mA and attacked tha oatarnlilar in v. fleldj, beeoming savior instead of deatroyera. not oarrea oy tne Statute of Limitation. The most serious obiection to the mitm- nf h Court is found in the verv Rtntntn r r i-u.. tion which is quoted as authority for tbe dis cbarge of the accused, that the Statute does not extend to any nersnn or nprnn Hnin- im justice. It is certain that the United States f noma have had an opportunity of knowin that tbe accused was eirpntpd tmm tha -,r,-. lion or the Statute because he was a persun fleeing from Justice. Tha nitrint Aitnma. ,.n tnbmit a new indictment to the Grand Jury. TEE EUROPEAN MARKETS. This Hornlug's Aaotatlons. By Atlantic Cable, London, Bept. 26 k. M. Consols. Oil fnr money ana accounr: rJne Uailroad. 33: At ant ana ureal western. 39! United Rtat Pica. twenties, ininois uentrai, 03J. rBAKKFOBT. Bent. 26 A. M rTnllo qia T . . - . .,.., N.W.va r ive twenties, isf 970. Paris. KeDt. 26-a. it Th Rnnn.i. Rentes closed last evening at 69f. 2c. Liverpool, Sept. 26 A. M. Cotton dull: the sales to-day will reach 10.000 bales. Bed West ern woeai, los. no. spirits of Petroleum, Is. 3d. Lokdok. Sept. 26 A. M Snoar to nrrivA firm V SsISm UU. Ull. X30e FROM MEXICO. ATA ein . uvuerai tanto's lonnectlon with lh W ...... a. r ..... . .. " ..rniu ui i mvui ueetluic or tJon-rreiBH. sy vuoa vaoie. Havana. Sent. 26 The KnanUh ! nr.. , , - r . w vv.Muava MA A sena, tjaptain Munez. has arrlvei it tim nrf Irom Vera Cruz. She brings dates from the latter port to September 20. Her advices from me capital are to jseptemoer 18 by telegraph from Mexico city to Vera Cruz. The Mexican vuiin 11 ua aseemDiea on ine 17th in.t an. cording to Drevious arrangement. In n,i-a-. Oeneral Cauto, who was arrested on account oi iue ruuuen aeaxn or uenerai fatont. had been srraiened. strange reports are afloat about his bav'Bg claimed to have, acted nnder nrlvnra orders. Tbe first cession of the Mexican Con- prrr-n nas Deen a secret one. dpizootia prevails u .iuvu;ii-i. FROM BOSTON. Uenerai Butler's Anticipated Renouil. natlou. Special Despatch to the Evening Telegraph, boston, sept, as. The opposition to General Butler's renomlnatloa lathe Fifth District seems to be rapidly disappearing. Meetings were held in Ealem and Newbnryport last evening, at which delegates were elected to tbe District tuuviuimu, i. 01 wuom are pieugea lo support FR OM BALTIMORE. The Grand Lodge ol I. O. O. F. Meet I no-. ope-KM wiKum u -'. mvmmg IMlegrapt. t v' Bept. ..-TbeOdd Fellows'Grand Lodge adjourns to-day. and probably will accept ibe orler to hold their next meeting in 9aa Francisco, which, if agreea noon sn cucans give a bonus of 10, 000. Governor Gearyl Istaes Another Death warrant. fened; 33 J for Catawisra tor tmiaoeipbiaand I rle. City Passenger Itaiiwn 60 was bid for Second and Third; 70 for Ten th and Eleventh; 15 for Thirteenth and Fmcernb 4! fpr Cbesnut and Walnut: 10 for HeVtonvVlle! 38 lor Germantown; 22. for Spruced nd Pin: and 31 lor Green and CunVs. ' Bank rbares ? 1 PvT,C;t b.ut w? h(mr of no BlR8. 240 was bid lor North Amer rn? lint tv.. c. "2 Mechanics'; 60$ for Con'merl; 107 for South-wa'k-61 'or Girard: 31 lor Manufacturers'; 73 inrCltV: 45 for OoilRolldntlnn. 71 n. L change; and 121 for Central Nation. in Canal shares there n nm - nient. Leh.gh Navigation sol f at 221 no change. 10 was bid for Scbuvlklll Na.iili.u- common; 20 for preferred do.; 70 for Morris Canal preferred; and 14 for 8usq.iehanna Canal PniUDElPllIA STOCK Ucnisac hii.. t n.. Eeported by De Haven A Bro.. No. to 8. Third street iuesbienna H.ii. Mu . 8BhMlnelilll..nr.!0?jJ 150eh Klmlra H.T i" So lOOshN V AMld...l. 8t SOOsh Read .......ie. 47 ine following are quotations, reported by Narr & Ladnf. Nn. aa Kt " ' w- 101 do. luo do mo do... ttio ah Leh Nav. iue do. loo do, .-1 M..-blU 47 3 mimil 47 y ,.,.. . .-e-Ht. 22V .-.SStt. Wi this morning's gold Bonth Third Sticet: u. 10-00 A 10-07 J""" " 1421 10- 15 . 142 11- 30 . 142 1154 . 1424 12- 03 P. M. . 142( Messrs. Jay Cooke ment securities, etc., as follows: TJ. 8.6s. ef 1B81,1141144: old 6:20s, do., 114faii4i; new Jnlv IBfil 1nfifw.1nn. j' ,. i?,?iiV." 1422 12-10 P. 142J 12-13 12-15 ' 12-17 12-30 ' 12-32 4 12 34 & Co. quote I4.i 142 142i 142r 142 ( 1421 "a tJovern- do.. 18C7. 108.1001: do. ltt). lUi.,Blui; 10-40.S 104;104c. Gold, 1421 Messrs. William Painter & Co., bankersw No. 36 South Third Street, report the fallowing rates of exchange to-day at 12 o'clock: rnited States 6s. 1881, 113f 3U3.; 0.18. 6-J0s ISSK.??34513" d0- 864' mWOOi; do., 1865. llOISIloi: do. Julv. 1865, l0Bl08f; dol Jrtlv 1867,108il08i5 1868. 108&109.; W ft change to-day af 3 P. M.:-U. 8. 6s of 1881. im u.i.4; qo. ihu., 113.aU4: do lRtil inoieS iflli i t' i8' " I86.nehw. 1081 ; do.. 1867. new. Iiiri annoi. A ico ,!Lr io9i: ao., 6s, 10-40., iwismrn pound interest Notes, 1191 ; do. Oetnr-v 1865, 118i. Gold, 142i142K SUwT 13601a.!' Plilladelphla Trade Eoport. SATtjbday, Sept. 26-Thera la nr. 1 ment to notice In tbe Flour tr.t .kV6 m081 ln "PP- Sa,e of 600 barrels to the home consume at t.sA,T.. superfine; ts38fi0 for extra tniTT- eprlng Wheat extra family; 19 75310 25 for old do. do.; SO 60a 9 75 for Mlnn.? T' for Pennsylvania and Ohio do. do.; and o 14 for fancy brands. annnri- I"...94?9 M"'-riS5's K . -w uusneis amber at ta v.i. ye is selling at tl 60 for WaJiJ. ? 5ui?i?, Bale, of 3Wbnbe VVisfS. S lJ0? yellow at tl TirjIS8!??? n.J. .PennHyivanla OatsarewlthbutqnoTab.eobaUDe8rlH7Mao buabela Western at 777o.; anlsouulK Ko change to notice In Barley or Malt Bark is ln good demand, witS f sale of v- t Qoercltron at 660 f. ton. M 01 N0, 1 Whisky la aeiiini- at ti uiat re paid. " ' " r gai., ux latest snirrusa inteujgesce- tbr additional Marine New tee Inside Paaee. -TAT. 0 THIBHOUtTKl if -g. .VaHIO,. , ' ro --. v w r AJJB. 68 1 U A. ... lip.v 5 do. do, do. da. Jo- c OI-BARKD TH18 MORNriffn r". Uray. Cnarleeton, a A. 800. Oov. Burton, Ludlfm.tB.X5rrS.? 5... tu, - uui was BcbrAmenoao Eagle. Bamsev wki- . . . nd. Nnn. n jb i m,e' WashLoBton. Anden. genr K, a. Thomas, Crockett. Bneton Bcbr D. 8. Mersaon. Ayres. Chelsea bebr a. I). Finnn 'rL.i "r": tjcbr John BnarWrtrTnVB'.l.m:"-"' Hcbr D. Feust, Lord. Boston. Hcbr Mary atcKte, Wlsier. Portsmonth. Jia:swt.'.- Atik T' AiDU,M- C-rion. Bisiou.'BIaklstoo.aeir Bcbr Lottie Beard. Perrv. New Bedford. -bebr Cexio Oordo, Uousdoa, UaverhlilainnloSn Bcbr Reading BR No 42. Rodan, Norwich. i. r!ineS:doyr;nV.?w;fnTn,g7o'nWb bcbr Cherub.' L-ym.n, WMbfnStonfSlSwXualrdon Bcbr Bey Btate. Seabnry, Bneton T i a rv. ricbr K. it Urabam Hmilh, Boston, dnT meuil ,U" llJ-Na J0M- H'"1. John Ron Bcbr Florence, Hudson. RaMi?nannock, Cantaln. BchrCbarm Hiarr.AlaiKn.ln Bcbr J. W. Vanneman, 8barp, Boston. Hobr N. H. Uase(new 241 Iooh), Keiobnm, Boatan. Barge heading RR. Ro. to. Johns, New York, do. AHH1VKD THI4 MORNIWa. Bteamshlu Rmn-iia ir- .' To,:aiimr.. Tsr. n-K," uu om w rrn r ... r. ,i . i.rn oaiiesi to J, M. h.t'i rctir uov. Burton. Jjbr J.T. Alburger, Oireon irom Biwton, lt?' ii' iJ- """"nun. xriics, rrout Hueton. nobr IS, B. Oraham. builib. rroui Bos ion. gbr Heading RR. No. 48 K-sa from Norwich. Hcbr Hunter. Craue. from lilnbton. Kcbr N. H. Me.ee, Ketcbnm. Irom Milton, De). Hobr C'erro Gordo. Hodgdon. from Newborynort Hcbr B. H. Cady. Wood. Irom Provlnoetnwa. bcbr Jane O, ilcMhaln, Globs, trom Bridgeport- W.UDII .,UOI. '"wm Kllsworth,Me,l 1. Lndlanl, from Boston. Tl FlsiitTR(i. Rr-nt. .a rinraM n... v.. Ifsued the death-warra.t far th- --i,.n Thomas JlcCarty, sentenced to death in Venaueo couitv. on the 1st lustant, for the mur ler of David Barry. The execution is to take place on Wednetday, October 28th. JJnrned to Death. . BrBruoriELD, Mass., Sept. 20.Mrs. Ellen KneiderbolT wai burned to death yesterday at Mlunui tan a Bblp Anrora, at tbis port vesterdsy from Botterdan. reports, lvib ull. let. 4 is N.. long. It 40 W , while lay Ids to in a beavv SW. .i ....T.-. - i..J - ..T. poed that a bo t was started, making i lnob of waUw per bonr since that time; np to the Banks had heavv wester calm. h i ...... T. Vi, J llsbtsnutberlv ind ..r-.i"X-T."-Xl r.i:V liarane Prlua -.n 141b Instant. ' ng John Welsh, Vnndsy.henoe. at Bagna 15th Inst, Brls H. H. Kmarv ii'ltm hram at M IKth I, .at Bobr J. W. Wh-lM i.VHv.l.irPnll.ri.lnhi. -il from bagna 14 in inst. rv t.-oiiv t Saw raAwnaco.cieiii.VA. cleared, ship Bine Jacket, for Liverpool, with 8 000 sacks of wbeat; snip MM night, fur New York. Mailed , ship John P-ul, luc Cork. Buarow, Bept. M.-Arrlved. steamship Blberla, froni LlvartooL w osi, Bept, U Arrived, steaauhlp CHty of A-ttwerp, iruna Liverpool. ..3.iy vj vt J.