THE DAILY EVENINci TELEGHlAPH---PillL ADELP1IIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER ll 5, iSTOjJ
PUBLISHED EVERf AFTERNOON
(SUWDAT8 KXCEfTBo), '
AT TEE EVENING TELEGRAPIf feUlLDINQ,
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r" 1 PHILADELPHIA. .
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; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1870.
W The earliest regular edition of Tea
Evening Telegraph 'goes to press at 1
o'clock, and the subsequent regular editions
at 2 J, Si, and 4. Whenever, there' is Im
portant news of the progress of the Euro
pean war, extra editions will be Lamed after
thispnr, and before the regular time for the
early edition. " '
TBE RUMORED RETREAT OF THE
A vert startling and yery indefinite rumor
was flashed across the cable yesterday to the
effect that the Prussians were in fall retreat
from Parts. There la of coarse a very strong
probability t'.at there is not a word of truth
in this story, but the manner in which it is
told makes it appear as at least possible that it
may be true. ft such a movement has
taken p1 ace it is almost -impossible, in the
absence of any further information, to snr
mise what it means. Dreadful stories are
told, certainly, about the destructive fire from
Fort .Mont Valerien, and particularly of the
exploits of one wonderful gunner, who has
managed to keep the whole Prussian army at
bay, but neither these nor the rumors of.
successful sorties ' from the oity can aocount
for the sudden abandonment of the' siege.
Before the Prussians advanced upon Paris
they were undoubtedly . well informed with
regard to the nature of its defenses, and they
could scarcely have estimated the labors ne
cessary for its " ' redaction " as less
than they have proved themselves
to " be. If , , they . 'erer really intended
to proseoute the siege -in earnest, they
ought to be by this time nearly if not quite
ready to commence aotive offensive opera
tions, with all their siege guns and other ap
pliances at hand; and the abandonment of such
an enterprise at such a moment must be due
to ., some causes that do not appear
upon the surfaoe.r We hope sincerely that
the rumor of the retreat of the Prussians may
prove to be true, and that its real significance
will be found to be a determination on the
part of both belligerents to bring the war to
a conclusion without further bloodshed. There
are indications ' '" every day that the
Prussians - are getting 1 more and
more anxious to conclude a peace
lor not only are many of tneir own
people becoming dissatisfied with the pro
longation of the war now that France has
been punished and humbled, but the danger
of interference on the part of the other Eu
ropean powers increases with each day that
the conclusion of a peace is postponed. The
Prussians have in their possession the whole
of Alsace and Lorraine, with the ex
ception of Metz, and this place cer
tainly cannot hold out long against them
if . they choose to bring their whole force
against it, so that really they are in a posi
tion to make such terms as will give them
all they can demand, with any assurance that
France will grant or the other powers permit
them to accept. If they consent to a peace
now, upon such a basis as will give them
security in the future, without placing them
in' the position of overbearing conquerors,
they will win the applause of the civilized
world even more than they have by their un
exampled military successes.
TEE CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS.
The great f aot of national importance decided
by the late eieotions is that -the next Congress
will oontaiu a working majority of . Republi
can members. That party retains its present
strength in Ohio, Iowa, and Nebraska, and if
it has lost, as is reported,, two members in
a few in Pennsylvania, these
losses fall so
far below the Democratic esti-
ibere is no danger of
in the politioal com
plexion of the House of Representatives.
The general policy of the administration has
been indorsed, and when it is remembered
that the returns of this year are contrasted
with those of the wonderfully successful
Presidential campaign of 1868, Republicans
have good reason to congratulate themselves
upon the net results. The casualties of the
campaign most deep'y to be regretted are the
defeat of Sohenck, of Ohio, and Morrell, of
the Seventeenth district in this State. They
were both able and zealous cham
pions' of protection,' and have both
been beaten by very small majorities, in close
districts. The loss of their services in the
coming contest on the tariff question would
be a publio calamity, but as it is alleged that
their adversaries owe thdr temporary triumph
to frauds whioh can be easily proven, it is not
Improbable that they may both continue to
occupy the positions in whioh they have done
much good service. If they make a success
ful contest for their seats the reported Demo
cratic Congressional viotories from the States
Toting in Ootober will be so nearly counter
balanced by Democratic losses that the Demo
cratic net gain can scarcely exceed one' or two
members. . t 1 ' vHv i? . ; if
Tai New Yorld . World of yesterday, in an
article setting forth, ia a series of brief para
graphs, the claims of the DeackOoratiQ." organi
zation to support, brings into bold relief the
allegation that ji - j
"It is the Pabty. of Fbeb Tbade."
The Pennsylvania' Democrats who favor
protection can expect no sympathy from their
politioal associates in other sections" of the
UiUoja.::ai;i be read out of the party if
it should ever grow Btrong enough to enable
J to" I indulgo
wonted luxury of eeommnnicalion.
In the whole catalogue of their so-called
principles there is not. one to which they are
as sincerely attached an free-trade, binoe
their warfare against the negro has proved'
unavailing, their main' point of attack here
after will be the diversified industries of the
nation, and every Pennsylvanian who contri
butes' to their triumph, thereby imperils vital
interests ef thin Commonwealth.' t .
Etiy ORKKN sritKKT M. K. . CHURCH
Trrat-htnff on trtu morolntr, 10v o'clock, by
Rev. J. F. U UN KY. of nilvgo, Illinois.
Kay AI.RX ANhhK I'KK.SBY fKKIAS CHl'RI'H,
NINKTKKNTH ana OREKN Streets-Rev.
OKO. F. CAIN. - r -
tfcff- SIXTH PRKMJYTF.K1A CHUHWt, SHKrnK
Ktrwt. liow Kixth.-Rev. J. I. CONKBY.
rtor, will preach to-morrow at 10 A. M
0 H 89 S Rf
r TUB FIRST PKKSBYTKRIAN CHl'RCtl,
WAHIIINm' Hqnarn. - 1RV. HfcRKICK
,roHNW)N, l). !., HMr, will pteacb to-morrow at
iof a. m. ana ix i : n.
CALVARY rKtSBYTKUIA CIIURCn,
w Um ist Nirfrt, . .riawnth, R.v. Dr.
lU'MHliR&Y, l'antor. 8erlcea at lox A.M. ana
IX P. M.
ty CLINTON BTREKT CHI ROH, TKNTU,
w bulow 8pnic Rev. Ur. MARH will pmarn
to-morrow (Sunday, at 1" A M. ana 7 P. M. 8ab.
Jtct lot ercninf America tbe glory of all lamia."
and C1IKRRY Btrwt. Henrke Chral) ana
sermon to-morrow evening at 74 o'clock. At tlila
service the aata will be free. 10 1 aof
toy TABKRNACJJKBAPTISI' CHURril, CHES-
NUT Klrwt, west of KtRhtMnth Rev. . A
TKLTZ, Taiitor of the Chnrrh, will preanh to-mor
row niorniog ana evening,
Services at 10x an J l
Bty- CH1LDRBN'4 CHCROn.-THE COURSE
" cfaermniiB to the yonnir, beun iat xu,on
Nature's Wonders," will oe resumed, the
CHURilt OK TUB EriPOANY, to-morrow aft-r-noon,
at 8 o'clocfc. ...
CKNTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CH RCH,
E1QHTH Street, alwve Arch.-Rev. A. RLKD,'
D. D., I'at)U)r. Services erery Sabbath at 10K A. M.
and ly. P. M. Subject to-morrow evening. "Oaaght
up to Heaven." - .'......... -
v- "THE ATM.9 AND WORK OB" WOAN."
Rev. HENRY C. MctJOOK will Jreanh on the
SEVENTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, HMOAI
etreer, aoove cnesnnt. uauaiaervioe anoy a. fti. 1
sgy lit) AMM AN CUAfSU BhOAU AND REttO
Ktrw ts rreachlnjr bv the Pastor, Rev. P. U
JONE8. Sabiiaih atm A. M. andTx P. M. Sio(ty
School Prayer Meeting Tuesday evening at 1,
The public Invited. Seats Iree.
1-' REV, A." A. WII.UTrD D..WILL PREAOH
w In the WEST ARCH STRKKT PRBSUYTK
RIAN CHURCH, corner EIQHTKKNTH and ARtTI
Streets, to-morrow, at I0i A. JVI. and TV 1'. L
Strsnoers welcome.' . - . a
sy DIVINE SERVICE (PROTESTANT EP19
w copswdlbe hM InthHhallof the'-OtTRT-I.ANDSAUNDEKS
Street, above Mrkel, 011 SUNlA, Oct. 1, at ID iO
A. M. a rt T-80 P. M. Hnndsv-aohool nt 1 80.
BKTH-KDKN BAPTIST CUURCH, BROAD
and Hi'hCCK sweets. Kev. J. wukaton
SMITH, D. I) , Pastor, will preach Sunday morning
and evening. Stranfzers welcome. Evening services
commencing si i o cI'T.k.
gy ARCH STREET M. E. CHURCH," BROAD
bireet, oeiow Arcii. freaoning sunuav, at lOtf
A. M.. by Rev. O. H. APPLHQATE, of New York.
and at 7) P. M., by Rev. J. TONNER, D. IX, of
riusburg. Mrr.nite.s invited.
PHILADELPHIA SUNDAY SCHOOL
Teachers r-t all demoniatlons meet atTAUBR-
NACLE HAPTIMT CHURCH, CHESNUT, above
Elehteeuth. Monday evenltiir, 17th, at 745 o clock
Address by Rev. JOHN U VINt;ENT, D. D., of New
Yoik. SubJect-"The - Model Sunday School.!'
mis- "ORIENTAL AND 151 ELK LANDS." HON,
I. S. DlEtlL, who; "pent several years In Orien
tal couktriew, ai.o m iniuiiHieiy acquainiea wita tne
manners and cimtoms r th- people, will pive Pour
Lectures at the TABERNACLE BAPTIST
CHUhCH on WEDNEHiiAY, and Till R8DAY
EVENINGS. Oct. 19th sndSOih, and on WEDNES
DAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, Oct. 0th and
87th, in aid of the Pilgrim Mission of that church.
Tickets for the conrie or four lectures, it ; for a
single lecture, 85 cents. To be had at No. 630 ARCH
S reef, t
y EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE
"" TWO PUBLIC MEETINGS TO-MORROW,
Under theaus ricesof THE BRANCIvOB" THE
EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE FOR PUILADEL-
PH1A AND PARTS ADJACENT. The tint at 4
o'clock P. Da., at the Princeton Church (Rev. J. A.
Henry. Pastor), on Powelton avenue. West Philadel
phia. The second at Tx o'clock, in the Church of
tne Kpipnany (itev. i-r. newton, Jttecior), corner or
Chesnut and Fifteenth streets. The meetlDgs are
called to afford opportunity for listening to Rev,
JAMES DAVIS, of London, Secretary rf the British
Evangelical Alliance, who comes charged by that
body to bear its greetings to Christian brethren la
the L'Dtted States, and to speak of God's great
aoiDgB in ine uia wona.
f GEORGE H. STUART,
President P. B. E. A.
For additional Sptrial jroiice te Insid Page.
HEAR PROFESSOR O. 8. FOWLER. IN
' ASSEMBLY BUILDINGS, TUESDAY EVEN.
ING. Octoi er 18, at 7-80, on "Lire, Health, and Self.
Culture." free : snd learn yonr phrenology, best bu.
slneBS, etc., at Nos. t. 9, and 10 Continental Hotel,
auuy, uuu cveuiuga, uctuuer ia vu si. iu 10 si
Pure Caraccas Chocolate and
IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
OuBt Imported by DaUett A Son. For sale by
E. BRADFORD CLARKE,
J - ' SUCCESSOR TO
1 , SIMON COLTON & CliAIIKE,
S. W. Corner BE0AD and WALNUT,
i lthstutf4p '. PHILADELPHIA.
"FINEST ; COA'f nG8 ' EATKS. '
QUALITIES MADE - GOOD FITl
OF. FRENCH !TO ORDER, WRKANTfiD
" CHASLES 8T0KE3 & CO., - "
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, Vo, 824 CHESNUT STREET,'
ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL."
OR V GOODS.
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J' R. CAS 8 E L B E R n Y it
. . Mammoth Bee Hire 8tore. '
I ' w No. 980 CHESNUT 8treet,i '
Will open oa MONDAY morning a new fall line
of Black Silks, from $1 to 4T5 yer yard. Best id
cheapest Black Silks offered In this market this
Good Black Silks, $1. . ; .-,,,,). ., . I
Colore I Etig" Rlack Silks, $1-25.
inck sius, fi so. ' . i " '
Black Silks, 11-75.
I Black Silks, ' ' j '. '. . .
Black SUks, $2 88. 1
; Black Silk-, (8 60, 1 TS. 3, S3-50, 14, 4'M, 4'TS. '
All soperlor makes and extra heavy rich grades.
Examine our, Black SUks first.
' J. R. CASSELBERRY fc CO.,
1 11 ! No. 820 CAES NUT Street. '
JR. CASSELBERRY A CO.,
' Mammoth Dry Goods House. '
- No. 920 CHESNUT Street, -Rich
. All Colors,
Elegantly made and trimmed, ready to pnt on, from
lie to 40.
Rich Cloth Salts, 1
AH Colors, .1
ready for use ; moat . elegant designs offered this
'. Gray Figured Shawl Salts,
and upwards. . :'
made In bnlldlng, out of our own materials, In best
manner. Orders taken In work-room for suits of all
kinds. . J. R. CASSELBERRY fc CO.,
' No. 980OFIESNUT 8treet. '
i. CA88B LB ERR T fc ' CO.,
, '-' No. 930 CHESNUT Street. ' .' ,
I -j Cloak and Shawl Room. ,
1 Broche and Paisley Loog and Square Shawls from
110 up to oo. '
I Long Broche 8hawls, Open Centres, Black and
Scarlet Centres. 1
l Paisley and Broche Shawls.
! Broche and Paisley Shawls, Closed Centres.
, Richest Striped Imported Shawls ever offered in
thia market .1 ... r .u ,- .
; Black and Gray Striped Shawls. .'
i Scarlet and Black Striped Shawls.
: Rich Long and Square Shawls. '
J. R. CASSELBERRY & CO.,
; ' . - No. 20 CHESNUT street.
T R. CASSELBERRY 4 CO.,
No. 920 CHESNUT Street.
Rich Serge Plulds, 8TJc. " 1
1 Cae Superior Serge Plaids, 75c.
1 Case Black and White Serge Plaids." ' i
6-4 Black and White Plaid Suitings.
ft-s Tartan Plaid Suitings. , . :
' Rich btriped Sat in Serges, 8lc - ; f '
1 Case Irish Roll Poplins, 1 1 '35.
Above cases of Irish Poplins are not sold else
where less than irTB. 1
1 Case French Empress Cloths, C5o.
ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF
of every description, from 12c. to H'25.
No old Goods to work oir.
1 Case Superior quality Plaln'Serges.
All the new shades.
J. R. CASS EU) ERR Y A CO.,
No. 920 CHESNUT Street
T R. CASSELBERRY k CO.,
tf No. 929 CHESNUT Street.
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS. ,
4-4 Brussels Patterns Fancy Carpets,
4-4 Brussels Patterns Fancy Carpets, 1
4-4 Brussels Patterns Fancy Carpets,
at 40 cents per yard.
at 40 cents per yard,
at 40 cents per yard.
Handsome, durable, cheap.
Handsome, durable, cheap. .
Handsome,' durable, cheap.
Call and examine. A large lot now open on second
J. R. CASSELBERRY A CO.,
No. 920 CHESNUT Street
P. 8. These goods look Mke the most expensive
Carpets, and are durable. J. R. C.
I E. CASSELBERRY A CO.,
" No. 920 CHESNUT Street
Water-proof Cloths, very cheap, 95c.
Water-Proof Cloths, 75c. to fa-so.
Green Water-proof Cloths.
Gold Water-proof Cloths. "
Double-faced Water proof Cloths, It
White Velvet Cerda, L
: Heavy White Cloths.
Blue, Scarlet, and Black Cloths.
Black and Brown Astrakhans .
Ladles' Cloaklngt of every kind.
200 pieces Boys' Casslmeres.
French 6-4 Casslmeres, closing ont at leu than Im
portation cost, from the late Arch street store. '
1 BLACK VELVETEENS.
A new make. Just opened ; nearer to a silk velvet
than any yet Imported.
. Black Velveteens, from 75o. to fx '
J. R. UASSBLUERRY A CO.,
I No. 9) CHESNUT Street
T K. CASSELBERRY A CO.,
No. 920 CHESNUT Street.
800 doren real Kid Gloves, f L '
BOO dozen real Kid Gloves, fl.
At our Kid GLo-v Counter we 'are still furnishing
Real Kid Clove at f I (hat we cannot replace to sell
less than 11 0, together with Genuine Bijou a
ther finest makes of Kid Gloves at our last season's
extreme low prices. ..'.'.: ': ...
Linen Collars and Cuffs. ; 19
Real Lace Collars. 1
'"' ' Corsets, Corsets,
.French CorseU, present stock selling out at the
Old prices. ;t, . ! . .
Over 8000 Dozen Linen Handkerchiefs from 4
cents up. - '.
A complete line of Ladles' Underwear.-
iueganuy-maue white Ukiru.
Night Dresses, etc. eto.
' J, 11 'CASSELBERRY ' CO.;
jt..t.- . -No. J CUESNUT Bueet-
nOMD U3AU3, 'AND WO HAVa VARY TOWtTA'rA-
' ' ' j . . , j . , ft'. . .'J 1 ... f ,
ciLiTins xw thh ruucnasTJ or inn unsi nunornArr
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WD ABU NOW DXSrXiA'SrxriO AH UCTUXVAXiIVIID btocii,
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cnxxirxi'sr or oun own uvxronTATiora", consisTiuo m
' ; ;r. ,::-.., - .... i ..'r ' !
P ART Or- V i ' . .......
j BLACK CARACUL LAS,
BROW N CAR AC U LL AS,
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j WATERPROOF CLOAKINCS.
: JVO FIXER ! STOCK IS ' OFFERED JN THE CO VNTRY. , .. , , ,
Meny of our Best Goods cannot be purchased else where. .
PEICES ALWAYS XHS LOWEST. ' V r
BlWBMlBi&I : CL0TEIEK.
N. . W.
NninnMfK'il mvptinm. canes and all.
Cheap for cash at the Great Brown UalU
OVERCOATS, jnst the thintr for fall,
Cheaper than ever at Great Brown Hall. .
ALL MEN Invited freely to call.
And look at the coats at Ureat Brown Hall.
TIIIN ME, large men, snort or tall,
Fitted with coats at Ureat Brown Hall.
STOUT and Warm for Winter or Fall,
Come look at the gcods at Ureal Brown II ill.
.We have In the Qreat Brown na'l 1
A Prodigious stock of t
Waistcoats, ' v ,'"
Pants, and all other . .
Articles of Kalment
. - .. , Needed bv Gentlemen ; ;
Or their Sons.
' 1 . . Jont forget our flue
603 and 605 CHSSNUT 8TEEET.
READ Y - 3 ADK
Combining Btjto, Daraoulty, and Excellence of
EQT AD LI Oil r.lENT,
No. 604 MARKET STREET. . .
c c o. vv. ri i cm a n n.
Esndsome Uarmenta made to order at the short-
est aotlue. - - . U Urp. :
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WHITE BEAVERS, -
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V E LV ET BE Ay E R S,
: ' ; BLACK CHINCHILLAS.
J. ' . . ,'." - .'.;;V.-
, WHITE COR DOR OYS,
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CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET
JOHN W. TIIOMS,
405 and 407 N. SECOND St.,
. , Has just opened a large lot of
In Long and Square: Open and Closed Centres.
OTTOMAN BTKIPE REVERSIBLE
Together with a handsome assortment of '
IN LONG AND SQUARE, .',:' '
9 24 8tath4p3m ' ' STKIPS AND PLAID.
BUCK SUKS! BUCK SILKS!!
No. 28 SOUTH SECOND BTRE ET, !
. Having made a specialty of. his Black Silk Trade,
wonld Invite the attention .of the ladies to his
Bl0tk CA8HMEBB OROS GRAINS. ',
v ; SATlJS-FiNISUKO TAFi'Kf AS, , ', , ,
TAFtETA OLACB, . .
, BRAVY ROS UKAIKS,' ' . '
, UliOS PE RUIN, Etc., , , 4
" All of which are real Lyons Goods, and guaranteed
free from tulxture of any kind. We have Black
Kliks from i-V to f6 per jiU'd. ' We, would also call
attention to our stock of , , . , , ; v Jl4
CO LO UK PS I lks,:;
Embracing all the new shades,
EDWIN . HALL,
No. 28 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
invites attention to hts Stock of
Silk Cloaking Velvets,
Bent irvauds Imoorted.
Jb-INCU VBLVaiS.. '-B8-1NCU
VET YBTR. .
, VU- aliMolI TLTM.
fBmwfsm.p so-inou vsLvara.
- Taeae velvets ai tu uoai. ijuus uuui; parosui
; wl (rood shae of Buck, our oustouiers c-Q rely
on getting from us the beat Velvets imported. ,
These Velvets ate the nest uyonsuoods; pare alii
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fN GEORGE STECK & COS
Grand Square and Upright
' HAINES BROS., PIANOS. ' ;
Only place In Philadelphia for sale of '
Haion & Hamlln'i World-Eenowaod
For sale or rent, or to rent with vie to purchase, an
part of rental apply,
Succesaora to J. E. Owuld,
No. 023 CHESNUT St , Nq, 1013 ARCH ST.
COPARTNERSHIP Mr. WM. G. FISCHER (now
In tbe Piano and Onran Business, No. 1(43 ARCH
and No. 81 N. ELEVENTH street), has this day be
come a partner of 1. E. GOULD, Ho. W3 C'HKNJJT
Street. la tf
FS STEINWAY S SONS'
Grand Square and Upright Pianoa.
Special attention Is called to their new
l'ateui Iprieha Flauos,
With Double Iron Frame, Patent Resonator, Tubular
Metal Frame Action, eto.. which are niatohlesa 14
Tone and Touch, and unrivalled In durability.
' ClIAtCLKS 1ILASIIJS,
No. 1006 CHESNUT STREET,
T; M K '
WHEELER - &' WILSON
U 'For Bal$ on Easy lermtu
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NO. 14 CHESNUT STREET.
4 . raiLADKLPUU.
l COl'NTRY SEAT AND FARM FOlt
..i Ralt, t MorltK) re, hntiU ptae. above
, aeveu ojuo wjuo, uu uw iuuj.
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