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THE DAILY KVlflS IMP TELKli HA PH I'll 1; ADKIjl'f ll A , WIODNESD A.Y , NOVEMBER 23, 1870.
C1TT 1 If XBLLI a E If C El.
STATE SENATOR
The Writ fer the Elerilea la the Flrat Dlatriet
The f wiitlrili of Deaestber Naased u th
Eleeilca Day The Candidate.
Thin morning Andrew M. Kambo, flergeant-at.
Arm! ol tha (Stale Senate, waited upon the iSherllT,
but tn nil absence served upon Chief Deputy Smltn
the writ of Speaker White, of the Senate, ordering
a special election to be held In the First ttenatortal
lUitrK t. to till the vacancy occasioned by the death
r the Hon. William W. Watt.
The doenment la aa follows:
The commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Peter Lyle,
Fi., 1 1 iazlt sneriir i.f the city and county of Fliiiaiel
ph'a, greeting: Whereas, It has come to ray know
ledge, as Sneaker of the Senate of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, that the Hon. WUIlnm W.
Watt, member af the Senate from the First benato
t rial district of the (Jjbjiuoii wealth, Is lately de
reaped, making a vacancy for the said district in the
Sen'- . .
And whereas, it Is by the Constitution of the Com
aaeuwealth ami the laws passed in pursuance
thereof made the duty of the Speaker of the senate
to issue writs and appoint a Uy for the holding of
elections to till vacancies occurring therein.
Now these are to notify jon that I, by vlrtie of
the authority vested as aforesaid In me as the
fpeaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania, hereby ap
point Tuesday, tb day of December, A. D. lsiO, as
the day for holding the election tn the several elec
tion districts comprising the First Honatorial DU
ti let of Pennsylvania, to till the vacancy existing
therein, as aforesaid. And you are hereby directed
to give at least ten dys public notice of said election
as required by law, and tht said election shall be
held aud conducted according to the Acts of Assem
bly In such case made and provided lor the h ltuig
and cenductlng or elections in the city of Philadel
phia and the commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
liven nnder my baud and seal at lUrrinburg, this
izd day of November, A. 1). 1870.
llAHRY iVHITK,
Speaker of the Senate.
Attest:
Gdohoe W. Hamekri.v,
Clerk of tiieSentte.
Numcrens gentlemen have been finn u:iv 1 as
eandida'es to succeed (Senator Watt. Tuey are, as
lar as heard of, as follows:
Republicans John Price Wetherlll, Joseph R.
I.yndall, William 11. Taggart, Robert C. TiUermary,
aud Hubert Morris.
Democrats Robert P. Dechert, O'jnnral William
Mccandlcss, Joseph E. Caldwell, and Alexander J.
Diamond.
Tne Republican City Execntive Committee it Is
thought, villi name the evening of Wednesday, De
f ruber 7, as the occasion for their delegate elec
tions throughout the district, aud the morning of
December hs the day for holding the uominiting
convention. The election oilicers of October last
will hold this special election, and th? registry list
ufi d on tlint occasion will also lie employed.
TJIAMiSUlVLNU.
Prorlnmatlon hv tJovernor tJonrv The C'ere
, uiouien on ill Occasiou.
Ta-morrow is the day set apart by the President of
the I 'lined Stares and tne O vernorof Pennsylvania
as a day of thanksgiving. The latter oillcial la his
proe.amation says:
"PeuriHyivauin, uusurpnsscd in nlessmgs, should
not be surpassed by any in acknowledging her grati
tnde to God. 1-et us, tlicu. as citix.cus of the Com
monweaith, abstain, as lar as possible, from our
usual avocations on tnat day, mi l assemble at our
respective places of worship, mid let us there, and
tn (lie festivities oi our assembled families an our
cherished homes, rejoice in the goodness of Gj;l,
and render thanks to lllm for His loving klii'liiss
and His abundant mercy toward us. Lot ourtti inks
glvlng and praise Uud expression In dedicating the
day to deeds of benevolence aud charity, and In
ministering to and alleviating the wauts of'tfie pior,
the needy, and the sutTorlng, so that all miy 're
joic and te exceeding glad.' 'To do ga v aid t
eoinrouutcate forget not, for with such sacrifices Ua l
Is well pleased.'
"Let us invoke Divias favor nrion our belovel
State and nation, and pray that all who are called
t-J administer their governments may be acto it id
by the 'spirit of wisdom and understanding, the
epirit or counsel and might, the spirit of knowie Ig-s,
aud the rear or the Lord.' "
The day having been set spirt by an act of
Assembly as a legal holiday, it will be generally ot
tesved as such lu this city.
In addition to the nsnal religious ceremonies, the
1st Division, N. O. of Pa., will be reviewed at I.vids
downe, Fairmouut l'ark, at 2'j' 1. M., by Mijor
ttcner.il Georire O. Meade, U. S. A., and Major
Clcneial A. L. Picrsou, of the lsth Division P. N. G.
The 1st Brigade will parade previous to the review.
The cavalry and Infantry and Keystono Battery will
form at 12-20 p. M. on Broad street, right resting oi
Walnut The 2d and 3d Brig-ids will form at
lndadownt. Trie 4tn Brigade will assemble at il
A. M. ob Ilroad street, light resting on Cove.
The soldiers' orphans aud friendless children at
the Kortliern Home, Tweuty-tliird and Brown streets,
will have a dinner nerved to them. Donations are
requested by the managers.
There will be appropriate exerotsss at the Hiras
for Lutlo Wanderers, No. 843 H tinlirldge sr.reer., in
cluding a dinner. Contributions of food and clothing
are asked for.
The principals and rranagers of the Soldiers'
Orphans' Schools throughout the St its have been
ordered to suspend school, and employ the usual
hours in such manner as will be bust calculated to
lncnlcate a dependence upon God, awaieri graceful
emoilna, and iinnlaut pleasant memories la the
hearts of these fatherless children.
Fires this Mokninu. About half-past 6 o'clock
this morning a fl-e broke out in thd largo five-story
brick building Nos. Bu and 60s North street, occti-
?ied on the first floor and basement by the Bid lie
lard ware Company, aud the second, third, fourth,
and Fifth floors by T. SiucUir, lithographer. The
damage to the bull ling by fire was not serious. Tnu
flames originated accidentally on the third story,
and burned a hoi through the rioor to the sUry
below. Here a counter, contaiuing printing paper,
and some shelving were destroyed. Mr. (Sinclair's
lock of prlntlug material aud lithographic stones
was greatly damaged by the heat, smoke, aud
water. It Is impossible for him to estimate his losi,
considering the character or the stock on the pre
mises, but it will not rail short of f lO.ono. lie has an
Insurance, as follows: Fame Insurance Company,
$r4io; Pennsylvania, fsooi); Reliance, tam; Spring
Garden, JtooO; Upriugheld, Mass., ti)0; North
America, f2)0; and Union Muttal, fif0X The
lildole Hardware Company sustain a loss of several
thousand dollars. The principal damage done was
In the cellar, whre the stock on baud was not very
valuable, on the first floor the most expensive
hardware was stored. This was protected by t:ie
eorersof the Fire Insurance Patrol. The loss of
the firm is fully covered uy iusurauort la the Fire
Association and other companies. B'utror the inde
fatigable exertions or the firemen, a most destruc
tive conflagration would have taken p'ace.
About 8 o'clock this morning a slight Ore oc
enrred in the basement of the furniture store of A.
& 11. Lejambre, No. 1147 Chesiiut struct. Tne
Raines were coutlnod to so;no hair and flax used In
the making up of sofas, and were extinguished with
a few buckets of water. The Ore was accidental. A
lad, in lighting the gas in the cellar, dropped a piece
vf lighted paper among the material.
Report of tiib Insurance Patrol. T. M.Cnsker.
Captain of the insurauce Patrol, reports that for the
mouth of October, 1870, there were 34 box alarms tor
lire ana iso siiert alarms, or wmcn 4 were false. The
causes of the fires were as follows: Accidental, 3);
careless, 8: spontaneous combustion. 4: iueen iitrv.
11 ; supposed incendiary, 7; unknown, 3; old tires, 2;
uonnre, l.
The character of buildings on Ore was as follow3:
16 dwellings. 2 blacksmith shops, a oarns, 3 mi
chine shops, 3 ooleu mills, 1 drug store, 3 groeerr
uteres, 2 sa aud plaulng mills, 1 looktng-glaMS and
frame estalillshmeut,ou lire three times, 1 cotton and
woollen mill, 1 boot and shoe factory, 1 cabinet
maker s shop, 9 statues, i noat house, l Honor st ire.
1 clothing house, 1 shirt emporium, 1 broom factory,
1 "omnibus" birlding, 1 brick yard shed. 1 shoesto-e.
1 flue cutlerr establishment, 1 produce store, 1 oil re
finery, 1 chair factory, l out house, l beer saloon, 1
tannery, i rag ana paper store, i cnarcn, l n jur mill,
i biuokc nouse, ana i juuk Biiup.
Thahi8giviko Kvf Bali $. To-nfght he annual
atll of the Pickwick Club, will be riven at Natl mil
(Guards' HalL The delegation of mitiinore uiut-
tary, w so come here to witness the display of to
morrow, will be In attendance at this pleasant
reunion.
The third annual soiree of the Neptune Associa
tion, which is Intended as complimentary to Nert
time Lodge, K'o. I. O. O. F., will also come off
i nis evening, it win take place at Koa Men a li ill,
M Uira anu jsrows Bireeta.
explosion or coal Oil. About half pist 5
'clock this morning Annie Miller, a ssrvait in tha
lauiuy oi sir. Menry ciuenei, .no. I5i3 Mascher
street, was seriously burned about the bodr by the
explosion of a can of coal oil. She waa makin s
Ire at the time, and in order to increase the tumu
aLe poured coal oil on the burning wood ; hence the
explosion. Annie waa removed to tne Hospital,
wucre sue lies iu a very iiiuloj rauuiuuu,
Wife-Beater. Joseph Yonng, residing at No. eo3
Fwanson street, was arrested Uutt ulght upon the
ri aree or bea'.ing nis wire over tne nead with
plat e of wood. The accused hail a hearing before
Alderman l.utr, and was committed to prison.
Blown Down. During the high wind last evening
ne or mefeinan towers on the cnurcn or tne An
nunciation, Tenth and Dlckerson streets, was blown
down aud tieiuousiieti. a portion of the brick work
on which u rented was suaiiered.
A EUROPEAN LINE.
Artlca af the Peaaavlvaala. Itnllraad Cawnnnv
FaTrlac a l.lae t Pirainahiaa frm Pbila
delpala Baraae-A ttahaerlptlaa af tl9.
000 Pramlsed.
Atamactlncof the renniylvaaia Rallrosd Com
pany Directors, held this afternoon, the following
resalntlons were adopted, with reference to thi
establishment of a Una of steamships between tela
city and Aurope:
Htfiwi. mat ine rennyivania naMro.T com-
any will unite with th coin uercll, maun actiriog.
and insiusrriai intert s oi me city i l-nuaneionia
In tha establishmeat or a line of not less thsn foar
steamships, to be built In the Pnlted 8tatei, to p'y
batween this port snd I.lvetpool, or other European
porr, npon tne ronowing generni ra n:
A charter for the organization of a steamship com-
psay to be obtained from the Lglsl itiire or I'e ti
srlvanla at the next session the minimum cipitsl
or such compsnv to be ;uo,iiiiit, with p twer to in
crease to $s,noi,bfiO.
I he I'ennflvlvanis Railroad company win sub
scribe for t4M),GGQ of sntd capital, on eonditlon that
.;uo,oo be tubicribed for by oilier responsible par
ties.
Hot is of the said steamsnis conntny pivibieii
"i ycarp. and bearing 6 Per ct. interest in g'ld, free of
taxes, to be Issued to the noioiiMt of t.50JU'ii),
winch bonas, in ino event or ine stea nsnip com
pany railing to rsy, shall be pnrchis.id, principal
and Interest, as the sam m-tnr, by the Pennsyl
vania itaiiroaa uomoany an tne par va'uc thereof.
i ne title oi tne companv to no " i ns American
steamship Company or Phiiadelphin."
Annivfrsakt Prayer Mbetino. Thn anniver-
saryof the Noonday I'rayer Meeting took place nt
noon to-day at the Church of the Kpiptiany, north
west corner or meentn and 1'iiemiut streets, 'i nere
was a large attendance of Indies and gentlemen.
Rev. Dr. JNewton presided, and opened tne proceed
ings with reading a portion of the Scriptures and
irayer. Addresses and prayers were then delivered
y jtcv. Airs, .jonnson, rernicy, licnancxs, fierce.
Malcolm, Acnew, Church, Kmurson, Gates, and
others.
Taitf.d a Till. Charles Hays, a colored lad.
was yesterday sent to prison by Alderman L'ltz, to
answer the charge af robbing the money drawer of
a grocery store on nnrsr, street.
rn-n IVdvph Alirtr Imir.nBut 10 A'ulnpb laat
right the brick yard shed at Twenty-third and Co
lumbia avenue was partially destroyed by Ure.
ForNn Ot-kn Last night the police foual five
stores open in ine Mxtn oistrict.
A.li W A 1 I B I A ff I H .1 12
designs for
EKOP.AVED BALL TICKETS,
rAKTY INVITAT.ONS,
rAKClSG PROGRAMMES,
Prices Very Reasonable.
vvrvj. h. HOSKiras,
Stationer, Engraver, and Stcarn-Power Printer,
tlo. 013 AilCII Street.
JUST BECE1VEU, FINE IMPORTED
WHITING-DESKS,
IINIS.iiNlJS,
POCKET BOOKS AND GAUD CASE 3,
Gf new and handsome design.
Card Kngraver inl Slalioner,
No. 1033 C1IESNTJT STUBET,
9 13 tutlisISp PUILAUELPUIA.
O DOERS & WOSTEN HOLM'S POCKET
m. jvnives, raircuuoH vyeieujii
l'ockct-books. etc.. in creat vHriet.?:
Knives, Fairchllds' Celebioted Gold Pens,
vvm. jvi. uiiKisii, Mtanoner,
11 S2tl 1 No. 127 S. THIRD St., biltw Chesnnt,
DRY GOODS.
PEICE & WOOD,
W. W. Corner ElOntn and FILBERT,
nave just recoiveo
A new lot of Worked Slipper Patterns.
A.new lot of Worked Cushion Patterns.
Several new lots of Fancy Purses aud Poriemon-
naies.
New style Lace Illkfs., at SI, S1-2S to 82-ftO.
Lace Hdkfs., 4c, worth 75s. : very cheap.
Ladles' and Gents' Linen hemstitched 11 Ufa.
A larcre assortment Ladies' and Genu' Hosiery
and (.loves, bought for cash, very cheap.
Ladles' full regular-made Hose, i5, ii3, SO up to
62tc.
cents nan nose, run regniar-maae. vo, 23, 23, sic.
Ladies' iiulbrisrpan Hohc, 60 and 2c.
Ladles' and Children's Merino Hose.
I adles' Cloth. Silk-mlzed. Berlin, and 5nun Silk
Gloves.
Ladies' Buckskin and Castor Gauntlet Gloves.
Gents' Buckskin. Cloth. Berlin, and Spun Silk
Gloves.
Children's Cloth Gloves, in blue, white, and scar
let.
Wide Black Sash Ribbons, very cheap.
Colored Sash Ribbons.
Trimming Bibbons, In black and colored.
Black Velvet Ribbons, best quality.
A lanre assortment Ladies' and Oentg' Merino
Vnderwear, very cheap.
A iarpe assortment or isianKeis.
All-wool Flannels, Heavy Shaker Flannels.
Opera Flannels, aud Plaid Shirting Flannels.
PRICE A WOOD,
9 28w4m N. TV. cor. EIGHTH and FILBERT.
V Tl irn iln. T l1 Clnvoi 1 a nalr worth tl-9fi.
Jouvln ' Colored and Black Kid Gloves.
EVER SIMCE 1053
We have been on
Spring Garden Street
We aimed at building np a Large TraJo. We aave
OUR FOUNDATIONS WEltE:
FAIRNESS.
POLITENESS,
STEADINESS.
PERSEVERANCE.
Our Present Stock is
Magnificent in Style,
Wonderful la Va
riety, and Very Rei
eonable indeed in
Prices.
Some Specialties.
New and Seasonable Dress Goods.
New and Pu'hiouab'.e Shawls
Rich HiaA Silks. Poplius and Plilds.
iilsukets. Flannels, Cas.'ti meres, Cloths,
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Hdkfs.
piHiio Covers, Marseilles guilts, Aid
ti.ovei, etc.
JOSEPH H. THORNLEY,
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
EIGHTH and &PKINO GARDEN Sti.,
S 8 tbstQS PilllAiLPiUA.
GEORGE D. WISHAtVl,
No. 7 North EIGHTH Street,
Is now prepared to offer one of the largest and bast
selected stocks of
Dress Goods
To be found In the city, and will be aold at tha
LOWEST CASH PRICKS.
NEW GOODS OPENISTQ DAILY.
EJ&Iitli Street Kinuorlum for
Black Silks! Black Silks!
BLACK T4FPKTA.
BLACK OVOS GRAIN, heavy, tl'60, fl-73. 3.
BLACK UROS UKA IN, wide, ii.
BLACK UKOS GUALN, rich, 2'H, 20, J T5, tl
3 bll. t. f 4 ML IS-
A bPiiNUli) AfcSORTMEST OF IPJ8H POPUN3.
l or liar(f ill's can at
GLOKGB D. WISUA1CS
ONE PUIUE STOKE,
Mthi Na t North EIGHTH Street.
Our Motto Small ProfiU ond Qaiek Salts.
Till II D EDITION
TO-DAY'S WASHINGTON HEWS.
TIig Philadtlphia Navy Yard.
IJhcliaigtd Hands Ht'iHstated.
Suirner and the Presidant.
Politics in Ucw
England
Ktr Etc.. tile. Dtc, i:t;.
FJWM WASHLYOTOX.
Another Ter.trlUB for .llr. Ilnrmer.
Special Viah to Th Evming 'ftUyrapk.
Wa6hton, Nov. S3. Hon. Alfred C. Har-
mcr, member elect from your Fifth district, is
icre to-day, nnd was among the callers at the
White House. Mr. Harruer visited the Secre
tary of the Navy, and tnccecled in getting the
order recently Issued for the discharge of three
hundred men at your Navy Yard revoked.
Mr. llarmrr represented that turning these
men adrift at this reason would cause great
FufTerine-, and be thought if the Secretary could
poFsibly find work for them, tlicy should bo re
tained. The Secretary at once directed the
order dismissing them to be revoked. Mr. Ilr
mer promises to be a useful ntembor. This is
the second success he has had since his elec
tion, the first being the secured order to retake
the census.
CJenernl Nealey,
member from the Pittsburg District, is here,
fettling up old rcores with tho men who op
posed him in the recent canvass. He called
upon the President to-day and had a long con
sultation. The President congratulated him oa
his success against the Democrats iu his dis
trict, and assured him that whatever he sug
gested relative to the distributioa.of Federal
patronage should be doce.
llr. Mamner and the PreHlrtent.
Senator 8umner, who arrived last night, did
not call upon the President to-day to pay h
respects. The feeling at the White House
towards him is anything but friendly, especially
since the publication of hit interview with a re
porter of the Chicago Jiepublican.
Although Mr. Sumner denies Its general accu
racy, there are people at the White House who
believe that Sumner said all the hard things
about the administration that are attributed to
him. There is no prospect of healing the breach
between them.
'FROM NEW FXGLAXD.
Political.
Boston, Nov. 23. Hon. William Gaston was
nominated hist evening by the Democratic wards
and city for Mayor by 73 out of 108 votes, ef
which Mayor Shurlleff had 22.
from Mpv ran K.
Klin for litTmnnt Boads.
Nrw York. Nov. 25. There were twentv-
fonr bids for gold to-day, amounting to 1 1,000,-
000. Highest bid, 111-95; lowest, 111. Tho
awards will be $1,000,000 at 11187 to 111U5.
Proposals for five-twenty bonds will be received
on Friday, Nov. 25.
FROM .YEW YORK.
Specie) Kbtineat.
New York, Nov. 23. The steamer Algeria
takes 13,000 in specie to Europe to-day.
This Afternoon's Quotation.
Iiveri-ool, Nov. 231-80 P. M. Cotton firm.
with an upward tendency: middling uplanin, 9i. ;
nnuciiinr orieans, vxn eei, nzs. ea. rors, lus,
fed. Tallow. 43s. ail.
lokdon, jnov. xb r. hi i:onsois, osv ror
both money anu account. American securities
nat v. 8. 6-208 of iwj, 67V: of lsea, old. si: of
lbGZ, by. &IOCK9 uuu ; x.rie, iy.
LEGAL iriTELLIOSIJCTJ.
Prlnoa Caae.
CVwrt of Quarter Seion Judg Pirr4.
Prison cases ol a small kind were tried to-day.
John Williams, an Africau, waa convicted of lar
cecy. A lady testified tha1. she wai in market one
moininK early, with a purse containing sniuher
hand, aud a man passed her, snatched the purse
from her baud, aud ran away. Two we3ks after
wards the cops arrested the prisoner, and the ladt
Identified him aa the thief.
Philip Simpson was convicted of the larceny
of a silver watch bclonglug to James McCann.
He was on the point ot getting luto a fight ia
McCann's tavern, and McCann interfered to
save him from a sound beating. The fellow
took advantage of his protector's un wariness,
and wrenched his watch from his pocket and
made oil as fast as he could.
An Indiana farmer performed something
like the Cn'tarean operation on a $75 mule that
had eaten his pocket-Look with $4(W in cur
rency. The mule died, aud the gastric juice
had destroyed the mouev.
PROPOSALS.
D
EPARTMENT OP 1IIOIIV7ATS.
Offici No. 104 8. Fifth strket,
Philadelphia, November 13, 170.
NOTICE Ti) CONTRACTORS.
PEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the offlca
of the Chief Commissioner of Highways until 12
o'clock M., on 11 ON DAT, sisth Instant, for the con
struction of a Sewer on the line of Third street,
from the north enrh Una of Suxquehanna avenue to
the sen er in Diamond street, said sewer to be con
structed ot brick, circular la form, with a
clear lnUde diameter of three feet, with
such man-holes aa may be directed by the Chief
Kmlneer and Surveyor. The understanding to
be that the Hewera herein advertised are to ba
completed on or before the 81st day of December,
lbTU. And the contractor shali take bills prepared
against the property fronting on said aewer to the
amount of out doUar and llfty cents for each linaal
foot of front on each aide of the street aa ao much
cash paid ; the balance, aa limited by ordinancn, to be
paid by the city; and the contractor will ba re
quired to keep the street and twer in food order
tvr three years after the sewer is nulbhed.
When the street la occupied by a City Paaseajrer
Railroad track, the sewer aliall be constructed along
side of said track iu such aiauner an not to obstruct
or Interfere with tne safe passage of the cars thereon;
aud no claim for remuneration shall be paid the con
tractor by the compauy using said track, aa sneolned
In Act of Asm in bl ir approvvu May 8, lfetM.
Each propoaal wlii be accompanied by a cer
tificate that a bond hns been Hied in the Law
Deparuneut aa directed by ordinance of May 25,
lBoo.
If the lowest bidder shall not execute a con
tract within live days after the work la awarded,
he will be deemcti aa declining, and will be held
liable on bis bond for the dimneuce between his bid
and the nest lowest bidder.
fcreciilcutlona may be had at the Department of
Suivejs, whlrh will be strictly aahered to.
The DepartmeBt of Highways reserves the right
to reject all bids not deemed satisfactory.
All bidders may be present at the tune and place
of opening the said proposals. No allowance will be
made for rock excavation, except by special
contract.
WAIILON IL DICKINSON.
11 23 8t Chief cemiuUsiouer of Highways.
FOURTH EDITION
LATER FROM EUROPE.
Tic EUck Sea Complication.
The Czar Breaks Cilence.
He Hcncs ihere will be no War.
Kevcr the loss lie is not Afraid
ThePrussians in Francs
A Sortie from Paris.
etc., Etc.. Etc Etc., lite.
FROM EUROPE.
The ilelilrawtc Election.
Berlin, Nov. 23. Tho elections In Schleswljr
generally resulted In favor of those candidates
who support the proposition for annexation to
Denmatk.
A Sortie Tram Pnll".
London, Nov. 23. On the 13tu lnet. sharp
shooters in General Trochu's army made a re
connoisancc from Paris as tar as Champiiny,
three miles southeast ot Vlncennes. At that
point a large body of Prusslaus were encoun
tcred, and after a sharp actios the Prussians
were dislodged and the stores collected there
destroyed. The Parlbians returned to camp
without serious loss.
The ArmUttre Rumorn.
Rumors arc in circulation that renewed efforts
for an nrrrii-tic have lately been made.
the 1 renvoi A rka Acala.
A story lately published that the manufacto
rics of Schneider, at La Creuot, have been sold
to an American company are authoritatively
denied.
The mack Ne DinicaUy.
PrsTir, Nov. 23. la the Diet yesterday Count
Andrsssy, on being questioned, declined to
give any information as to negotiations with
Kusbia touching the Black Sea didlculty.
London, Nov. 23. The Times to-day has a
telegram from Coustaatinopla, saying that the
Sultan invokes the interposition ot fhe guaran
teeing parties.
The Horning Post has information confirming
the report that Italy will act iu concert with
England and Austria.
A Word from the Cznr.
St. Feter8buko, Xov. 23. To the address
from the Lithuanian regiment the Czar replied
yesterday, "I hope there will be no war, but if
God wills it, you will prove your known devo
tlon." '
FROM JVEW YORK.
Revenue nnd Civil Mervlce Iteform.
New York, Nov. 23. A meeting of the friends
of revenue and civil service reform, from va
rious parts of tho country, was held ia this city
yeetcrday, at which the condition of these two
questions before the country aud Congress was
talked over, and the following was adopted:
, Whereas, The time has arrived for the friends
of revenue reform and civil service reform to
unite in a permanent organization, for the pur
pose of concentrating public sentiment on mea
sures necessary to carry these reforms Into
effect; therefore,
lechfd, That a committee be "appointed by
this meeting, whose duty it shall be to promote
these reforms in all appropriate ways' aud who,
if legislation during the coming session of Con
gress shall seem to them unsatisfactory shall be
empowered to sumtnou the persons here present
and such others as may sympathize with them,
to consultation for the purpose of calling a na
tional convention ef the friend of those re
forms. FROM WASIIINaTOX.
t'enarenamea Arriving.
Va8Uington, Nov. 23. Over twenty mem
bers of Congress of both houses are now In
Washington. Some of them had interviews
with the President to-day. The Navy Depart
ment has revoked the order for Commander .
C. Grafton to command the Terror.
ThaokaKlvlnar.
The clerks of the departments were dismissed
to-day at noon until Friday morning.
Tbo flleilcao C'lnlma.
The commiiislon will reject all cases not pre
sented before the first of Feburary, 1869.
BpteUU Despatch to Th Kvtning TeUyrtpk,
I'ODsrtMuen art ArrlTloa
in large numbers. At the White House to-day
there was a constant stream of Senators and
members who have just arrived, calling to pay
their respects to the President. Amoug others
were Senators Carpenter and Osborn and Re
presentatives Washburn, Kegley, Uaruscr, aud
Kelley.
Hon. C'harlea O'Neill
is here, looking rather chapfalleo after his fight
and defeat.
FROM MEW YORK.
A Defuulilu Collector.
Buffalo, Nov. 23. The Courier this morn
ing confirms the rumor afloat for several days
that Rodney W. Daulels, Collector of Customs
for this pert, is accused of malfeasance ia using
public funds for his private business, aud that
United States Treasury Ageut Leopold is in
charge of the ofllce, awaiting advices from
Washington.
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES.
Reported by De Haven A Bra, No. so S.TUlrd street.
BETWEEN BOARDS.
900 Pa 6a l..c.iov km an Ln N....D30.
IM WUinA RRTa Wljtf
flOt'OAm Gold Hi
r-ooo do hs. m
fllHiOd do 85.111
(8 sh Ch A Wal. o. 4
18 ah Cam Am R.
.srwn..ll3
IS sh Phil ft T It. .115
10 sa Cent Trans. . .
Tuesday... . M
100 sh Peiuia R t9
100 do
vuo do i30. iiyt
sooo sh Ruad.ls.sso. Mv
V9 do 60U4
lud do 1)3. 60'
lii 10 dO..ls.b30. 60'.
una do ban u
SOD sh Cata Prf.btiO. b7v
sh Pin) Bk l&j
BBliCJirard UK... ti','
SECOND BOARD.
1700 Cltv 6s. urior
lo sh Penna RR...
Bitwa.... 6t
lOtsaOO AH.b3t W
14 sh Head.... ss.tr.Ki 1)4
IS sh Phila Hk 169
loo an CataPrf.bS. 175.
lot do 37X
to 'C1....103
liooo C A A rn 6a, t UH
lot sh Ph A K H ...
tOsti N Ceut R... BU.'
ManOAAuRbA.110
100 h Gerin'n P R. 80
100 do 80
FIFTII EDITION
THE LATEST NEWS.
Rejoicings' Over Aosta in Havana.
National Emigration Conrcntloa.
r.ic, Etc., lite, IHc, etc.
FROM CUBA.
Enthnslnaat aver the Klrin of the Dane of
TIavaw, Nov. 23. The despatches from the
New Tork Associated Press announcing the
election of the Duke of Aosta as King of Spain
have created the most unbounded enthusiasm.
Salutet were fired and the city was given up
to festivities. The reception at the palace has
been arranged for to morrow, and on Sunday all
the troops in the neighborhood will be reviewed
by tha Captain-Ganeral.
De Rod as to-day set at liberty three thousand
negroes. Electoral lists are now forming, and
eighteen deputies to the constituent Cortes will
be elected as soon as the lists are completed.
The city is exceedingly healthy.
Advices from St. Domingo to the 9th Instant
have been received. A battle had occurred near
the southwestern frontier between the forces of
Cabral and Bae a. The former were routed.
FROM THlT TEST.
National Emigration Convention.
Ikdianai-olis, Nov. 23. Governor Merrill,
of Iowa, called the Emigration Convention to
order at 12 o'clock. Colonel Albert G. Shaw, of
Memphis, was elected as temporary chairman,
and Colonel John 8. Loomls, of New York as
temporary secretary.
Colonel 8baw, on taking the chair, returned
tbanfcs in an eloquent addresB.
MIUUINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC.
XII 15 IVIIMSKS
fffcVAUGH & DUNCAN,
o. 114 SOUTH ELEVENTH 8TUKWT,
Have now open a great variety of New Styles in
inaae-up
LACE GOODS.
Froi!'l C:t
FOR LA'MES AND CIH'.DREN.
rtlaclc 'I liread and nlure Iace.
Ilnmlturcr NIcIuuh & I UMertiiM.
lluudkercbieiVt. very cli!U.
Rovclllet in Ne-lc rit-s and Hoitm.
IllhiionN. "siiih, At 1'aiicy Article.
1 reiicii Mulin and 'l'ttrlatau
For Evening Dresses,
Infuntfe Outfits
10 K0thstu2mrp Unhand and made up to order.
DYE AND PRINT WORKS.
INevv Tork Iyelier and Printing
lstalllMliaurntf
8TAIEN HLAND.
U o. 40 north EIGHTH Street,
West bide, Philadelphia. . .
98 DUANE St. and tea BhOA:)WAY, New York.
1W and 163 PIERHEPONT 8t, Bret Klytt.
This old and well-known compauy, now in the
utond halctntury ff its exHtt-uctt. in nrcDtred. aa
ntiual, to Di.f, Cleanse and Finmh every varitit; of
lanies-, nenucnifn s, ana cnunrena Rarmeuts, and
Wev.ei (-iooiln In their nnal snpiTior manner.
Notb These are our oaljr ofllces. v go tnttiaSra
PLATED WARE.
S 1 00,000 WORTH
or
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
' FOB
Christmas and Weiiini Presents.
The Largest, Varied and Most Elegant
Stock evr cffeitd in thii Chuntry.
MEAD & ROBBINS,
N. E. Cor. NINTH and CIIESXUT,
10 8 Stuth3ai rniLACELPHJA.
WHISKY.
W II I SKI E S.
Eye, Wheat, Bourbon and Monongahela
WHISKIES.
Tne product of tne folio wing Distilleries:
"A A B. 8. Overholt,"
"Wm. Brltton Co.,"
TJ. Llpplucott,"
Thoa Moore,"
l.ynchtmrg,"
"Mt. Vernon,"
Joa. 8. Finch,"
"M. Weiss A Co."
"Iluirns &Cfl.,"
'Shau'ou, Daly & Kern,'
"bhcrwood,"
Old Dominion."
In store and for sale In lois to suit purchasers,
APPLY TO
BROOKE, C0LKET & CO.,
1727, 1729, 1731 and 1733 Market St.
8 87 stutham PU I LA oelphia.
TOBACCO.
RED CLOUD
WAVY TOBACCO.
J. A. DLAKK & CO.,
bOLS MANL'fACTURKlW,
No. 1907 MARKET STltEET,
11 11 fmaSmrp PHILADELPHIA.
rnOOLS FOR MACHINISTS, LATHES,
1 Hi rin. 8cra and l!u-(JuUinir. PUnioir. Hlottina
and Punching Mae&inM. eavy.andof Ida baal oxak-
n.l and woik. OaOKUK U. HOWtKD,
iTiuf N.17 6oBtlitlGUHCKirUbiFe.t.
INANOIAL.
The Htraiifrert Had next rciird,
well hi ItloNt Profitahlf)
Train rait ntv OHetet 1st
lie AlarUet.
7 33n cenr. gold
First Mortgage Bonds,'
Coupon or Hcgiaiertd, ani free of I. 8. Tax,
ritlNCirAlJAND INTEREST Tk VAITSS IN OOL,
lA'.l'KB BT THE
llurllnctou, ldr Ilrt2ln nnd
l!Ilatiikiotn IS. 1C. Co.
The small remaining balance af the Lnn for sal
At 0 nnd Accrued latere. In
C'nrrencj.
Interest payable Maj and Noveiuixjr.
J. HK4AR TUOVON,
UUAKLhs L. FKOsT, Trustees.
Taking the avoruRe earalBgs of the rallraad, per
mile, eviin at the present tine, when the wark af the
rcaa is being perlornid on dlsuoanected pertlaas,
ao caipatiBg fur the wholt dlsunce of 170 natlas at
the same rate, we obtain an agfrtgata f fvr.aaa f0r
gro.8 aanual returns. Allowing fifty per tent, far
cperatiag eipvusts will ba a lioaral estliaata, natll
tho lapse r time shall Lave reaaered aew iron aad
rails ate? Mary, tae resltnt aarntng. la oot,
to pay Inters t en a bonded debt of Uii.otX) pur mil,
or more than twelve per ceat. on the aiuouat ef tha
mertgtge tears.
From this exhibit it apppars that, even at the pre
sent mvinrnt, holders, ui the seven per ceat. mort
gage bonds are amply seure lint it most be
borne in ailnd that at tuis time an interval af ferty
rullts separates the twn portions of the road which
are In operation, and therefore that freight mavlag
eastward pajs tUl.utc now only to ha f or the Bar
lli gtan, Cedar Kaplds, and Mlniusoia lialtread line,,
being diverted for throiigu transportation ovr caa
ectiag lines. When the exiting gap Is inlshed
hleh, it U aasnrad, will le by tha Ui of Decembar
sobds which now pas avar one-half will then tra
verse the whole oi the llae, thereby iloubllsg tha
present rereirtsof the road, even assuming that a
Increase of tha gross amount transported taksa
pi me. A glance at ihe map a ill show the position.
M e may ahsiime, therefore, from the abave exhi
bit of the existing trattlc, that the following" esti
mate will represent the income accruing oa the
conipletion of the enterprise after the 1st of Dt
cembor: Keceipts ea 170 miles from Burlington t3
(,'enar Pails, IswiO per nnl H.SSd.W
C peratli.g exprntc at Ml per cent, (annual
rate fer first eve years) 078,104
Net income. ott
Inter st i n bonds at 7 per ceut. gold, eqat- '
valeat to S per cent, currm y 273,M
Ksrnlngs iu excess of lnteret applicable "
to Ulvid lui on stockM, being 1 pr ceuU
oh amount of stock, say gio.ooo per
mile flOMO
'1 bis rcniaikable exhibit is accounted for by tha
character of the eu erprme and the country through
which It runs, and uiay ba expialiied on the follow
ing ground: '
First The Hurltngton. Cedar Kaplis ami Minne
sota hhilroad la a continuation ot tne Chicago, Bar
liu(iton. and Quincy lUtlroud (ilin best enter arise ia
the Wt-t), and it trave.rse without cempetitlan,
the richest portion of Iowa the most fertile Ntata
iu the Union ami reclve as tributaries the Chi
cago and Northwest, Knrk IsUud aud raaiUc,
I'moa Pacini-, Clitcnge, Burlington, end tjuiaey,
Minnesota central aud Iiuckloid aud Kock Islaad
hailroads.
Second. It Is the first and onlv caai pleted Iowa
road running lu the Interest of t. Loins, Chlcaga.
bt. Paul, Mankato, and the Grmt Northwest.
Third. It brings Chicago forty-live mi.es nearer to
St. Paul thsn ever hefore.
Fourth. It gives the only practicable route fram
t. Paul to (St. i.ouis, ninety miles nearer than aay
other route. Its road-bed la lu the finest eereal
bi ariiig valley in the world.
Filth It has four (4) great initial and terminal
points, viz: tit Paul, St. Louis, Uurllugtaa, and
Chi ago, aad rnns through thn ttuest region la tha
world fur stock and grain. Us sources of tralho are
lmmease, both ironi local and through transporta
tion. The products of the country comprise Timber,
Coal, Cert als, and Cuttle all in unlimited quanti
ties. The pi pulatioa of .the surrouuiiing districts,
as shown by tbu census returaaof the last three
years, is lajBJtiH-e, and Increasing at the rata af
almost tweuty per eeat. per annum. This rate ef
lucre a ninst be graatiy accelerated by tha Inflax
of wealth and population which railway construction
always brings with IL
The above stautnent comprises same of the res
S( as why tha lturiington, tuar Uaplda and Minna
tota ltallioad is wo thy of a plaoi among the Irst
railways of the land. The stock of the road kaa
been all subscribed to by wealthy pirttea aloag at
liae, and paid la full. The bonds are held at St, aad
inteiest id currency, and aru for tie by banks aad
bankers generally. The grcator portion of the whale
ttsaa has bewi disposed ut In annul varying front
f ICS te S&s.ioo, and tha class of subscribers is largely
repreieaied by Trusters of Fuuos, CaakMrs of
Banks and Savings IiisLltutiaus, Insurance Ooupa
ui, aad jiulictouh and permaant luvestora.
The bends have Ofty years to ran, are convertible
at the option of the holder into the stock of the Com
pany at par. and the pujreent of the principal Is pro
vided fer by a alnking fund. Tne convertibility
privilege attached to thase bonds caunot fail to eaaao
them, at an early day. to cumtaaud a market prise
considerably above p-r. U. 8. Kive-twemies at pre
sent prints rturu oi.ly per cant, curreaoy inte
rut, while these bonds pay pr cent, aud we
regard them to be aa safe ana fully equal as a secarlty
to any stallrcad Liond maued; and nwtil I bay are
placed ur"n the New Yera MUick Exchange, the
rules of which require tha road to bn oorapletad, we
ePgate ourselves to rcbuy at am tl'iie auy of these
bauds sold bv ns alter this date at the same price as
realized by ns on their sale.
All atsrketable secnrities taken in payment free Of'
ceniaulssloa and express charges.
uiinuv J1. i:v-j At CO.,
Wo. 32 Ktreet, Mt T..
FOR BALK BY
PARKER BROS. A CO.,
IJOWEN K POX,
DE HAVEN A BflO.,
DHIXF.L & CO.,
ULKN DINNING, PATIS & OO.,
KUKTZ A HOWARD,
NEW BOLD, SON k AEUTSEN,
WILLIAM PA1NTKK k CO.,
TOWNSI-ND WUELFN A CO.,
C1JAKLKS T. YEHKES, Jh., av CO.,
C. A 11. LOU It ,
11 ia riiiladelphia, Fa.-
KURTZ HOWARD.
B iNKFRS AND BROKER 4,
No. 83 Sooth THIRD htreet.
fcTOCKP, BONDd, BTO , liH OUT ANU SOLD ON
CoWtaiMalO V.
Government Boi.Us, Ooin, aMver, and City W ar
ia u I rtenlt in. Intt-reat allowed ou deposits sub
ject to ctieck at abrhL
IX muieicial pjucr negotiated 11 1 mthlut
CLOTHS, OA9SIMERE3. ETC.
KEIM & BIDDLE,
CLOTH IIOUfE,
IK, W. Corner HrX'OlU ud
MAUtaMir MtreeiM.
Clotba,
IuenllnM,
i'aksluieres,
Yea tlu km.
jOvereoatlngi,
Fsurjr 4'outlnc;
Tel etetns,
iCvrdurofs,
. W. Corner SECOND and M4RKET Streets,
10 1 atuthSTUp PHILADSLPQIA.
QTEAM ENGINES AND PORTABLE AND
0 Biatunrr Boiler of Kua-ar., and BUtik's, and
1 iwultl'a 1'aU.BU aud otbar iorina. auk., fao., tad
PUtaMaik. HmiiuKO. liiiWAlili,
iut( Mo.l7ouUifcIuUTJaNlUbu,,,t.

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