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kitio OE 'PA.
December 21—December 28
Congress has adjourned over for the
holidays after much preliminary work.
The Senate has concurred in the bill to
reimburse the owners of vessels seized
by the Government in loyal States during
the war. Among the Bills presented we
note one by Carl Shurz to reform the
Civil service ; one, by Senator Sumner
to impose the Test Oath on the Va. Leg
islature; one by Senator .Morton to or
gal ize the Ge. militia. The Judiciary
Committee' report a joint resolution de
el ring that Vu. is entitled to represen
tation. The Census;eßill and that in
regard to Ocean ,Cables are suspended.
—ln Executive Session the following
urminations were confirmed: Hon. Ed
win M Stanton (ex -Secretary (If War)
to be Associat3 Justice of the Supreme
Court, vice Justice Grier resigned; H.
T. Blow, Minister to Brazil; F. F. Low,
Minister to China; E Ramsey Wing,
Minister to Ecuador ;Charles F. Folger,
As 'slant Treasurer at New York ; Sam
uel Harlow, U. S., Marshal for Southern
New York; E. M. Gregory, U. S. Mar
shal for Eastern YennsylVanisi. The
nomination of Attorney General Hoar to
the Supreme Bench was tabled, as the
vacancy properly belongs to the South.
As Mr. Stanton died on Friday morning
at Washington, of congestion of the
heart, that place is again vacant, and it
is announced that Judge Strong, of our
city—who was to have succeeded Judge
Boar—will succeed Judge Stanton.
—The President has furnished the
Senate with the eorreaponde,nee in
gard to Cuba. It shows that in a con
versation with Mr. Sickles, Aug. 28,
Prim makes light of the Cuban revolt,
and says they may have their indepen
deuce by laying down their arms, elect
ing their Deputy, and declaring their
right to be free by a vote of the people.
On December 16th, Attorney General
Hoar gives his opinion that it is not
proper for the United States to libel the
Spanish gunboats, under the statute of
—The Alabama Claims correspon
dence has been transmitted to the sen
ate. Mr Fish, Sept. 115, intimates that
discussion may be reopened whenever
the British Government shall indicate a
desire to do so; and hopes that they will
be willing to continue the discussion at
Washington. In a reply, dated Nov.
6 b, regret is expressed for the:rejection
of the Reverdy Johnson yeaty, and it is
declared 'that Her Majesty's'Govern
ment cannot make any new, proposition,
or run the 'risk of another unsuccessful
negotiation. It is suggested, however,
that the two Governments adopt such
changes in the rules of pubbc` law as
may prevent the recurrence of similar
—The House, has passed the Georgia
Reconstruction Bill, two Republicans
(Bingham and Farnsworth) voting
against it. The Resolution for the id
mission of Virginia is posttioned. Malay
bills proposed—one repealing the clause
or the Internal Revenue laws Which al-'
law passenger railway and gas; companies
to charge passengers and, consumers with
the amount of Government tax,.
Atlantic States.--merax*d has
been arraigned tor theinurder of Itch
ardson. The Spanish gunboats,hose all
sailed, and eighteen, ' are at anchor in
Chesapeake bay. More frauds have
been detected in the Sub Treasury.
—The Presbyterian Publication Elouso
in our city (821 Chestnut O.) was broken
open on Christmas night by burglars,
'who found but litt'e to ,reward their
trouble. Judge Ludlow remands an
insane man to the Asylum. The City
Councils propose to buy out the Fire
Companies. and have voted to sell about
8 acres of their West Phila. property at
$B,OOO an acre.
—The Georgia bill being signed by
the President, Gov. Bullock has issued
a proclamation, conveninc , the •Legisla
tare on Jan. 10th,iv accordance with the
provisions of the bill. Gen.. Terry has
been appointed to the command.ol Geor
gia as a military district under the Re.
construction acts, in addition to his
command of the Department of the &ma , .
—Returns from all the counties in
Texas, except Milan and N,avurro, which
did not vole, show a majority of about
400 for Davis (Rep-) Geu. Rey no lds
has ordered an 'election in' thoSe two,
but refer/thetheir` question of counting their`
votes t the President. '1 he Le,gisla-
Lure stands : Senate, 13 Rep. -and 14
Cons., with three districts to ht-ar from;
.House 36 Rep. aid 46 Cons , With nine
districts to hear from.
Interior.—The Governor of Minne
sota asks troops to quiet the frontierset
tleutents in case of an Inditin outbreak
esulting from tj;te Red River trouble.
The insurgenta4ave issued &declara
tion of indeper4ence, setting forth that
the transfer of their territory by the
Hudson Ray Company.to the New Domi
*nion, was without their consent and will
not be recognized-and that a provisional
government has been established "in
the name of the people of Rupert's Land
and the Northwest Territory." Col.
Dennis, who organized the Indians to
tight for Gov McDougall, has disbanded
them and called upon the loyal people to
Spanish Amerj ca,.—The Spanish
claim to have 'defeated and diapered a
band, of Cuban insurgents at Cinta
-An infiammatory proclamation has
bvift. ()dentate& in Havana calling to
atur.and 'the insurgents, and forty
-I:Akilown citizens have received pereMp
t;,ry orders to leave for Spsin on the
morrow. Executions are common
—ln Ilayti Salnave had notified the
consuls that after Jan 6th the Vockade
of the ports would be enforced by the
rant Atlanta and another vessel. He
threatens to bombard the revolutionary
ports. Be now holds only the city of
Port au Prince. President Saget has
informed the foreign representatives at
the capital that five war vessels are coal
ing at St. Mark's for the purpose of pro
ceeding to blockade and bombard Port an
Prince, and that the land fur es will at
tack simultaneously with the fleet. Sal
nave has threatened to burn Port au
Prince before he will surrender. One
dollar in gold was worth $4OOO in Hay
—The news of the lease of Samana
Bay to the United States caused intense
excitement among the people of San Dc
mingo. The revolutionists are making
efforts to overthrow. Baez before the
American, Congress can ratify the ar
rangements for the lease. Baez's 'troops"
have captured Cariel and Volta, two of
Cabral's generals, who'were immediately
—„Lopez has fled from Paraguay, it is
said, to. Bolivia.
Great Britain.—Mr. Otway, a mem
ber of the Ministry, says that the draft
of an act will be brought into Parliament
at the next session, enabling British sub •
jects- to divest themselves of their na
tionality whenever they see fit to do a - .
The•Overend Gurney trial has resulted
in their-acquittal. General satisfaction
is expressed thereat. The British hold
ers of Erie Railway shares have made
arrangements to test their powet of ob
taining redress in our courts. The . Spec
tator considers Mr. Boutwell a child in.
finance. His plan for holding interest
on deposits and limiting advances on
collaterals is idiotic." Troops in Ireland
are, hereafter, to be more generally bil
leted on the inhabitants.
France.—lt is generally expec'ed
that the Ministry will resign:but noth
ing is certain, as to the names of their
successors, except that 011ivier will form
the new Cabinet. Father Hyacinthe has
arrived at Havre in the fereire. La
AlarsellaisP, Rochetbrt's new journal,las
a. circulation of 10,000. A subscription
has been opened for the relief or the
Spanish Republicans recently expelled
from this country. The radical journals
state that 74 no n-own m issioned officers and
soldiers of the Paris garrison have bebn
arrested for having formed a republican
socialistic society. The thUrnai Official
contains an Imperial dent ee, making . new
postal arrangements between France and
the United States.
Austria —The Dalmatian rebels have
laid,down their arms and surrendered.
Italy. — A reduction of the army, is
proposed. The long wished for heir of
the "King of Naples" (Bourbon) is a
daughter. Victor Emmanuel and Fran
cis Joseph will meet at Ancona, Jan. 15.
Spain—Elections to fill seats in the
Cortes left vacant .by. the republican
deputies who took an active part in the
late insurrection,,will take place on the
20th of January. In, the Cortes the re
publican= minority have made, an ener
getic protest against these elections and
the press demands that - an' 'election be
first held tor:municipai, coin ells in- order
to terminate the existing unconstitution
al situation, the present municipalities
having been illegally appointed by the
Government. The Government at the
next sitting of the Cortes, will fix. at pe
riod of delay, beyond which it will not
pergist in advocating thckeeandiclattire of
the - Duke of Genoa, if before the expira
tion of that time the King of - Italy does
not officially accept' the 'crown fir the
Duke of Genoa. It is reported that a
council of the Royal family was to be
held at Turin, yesterday, to decide the
question.: An immense republican meet
ing was held in Cadiz, Where' perfect
order prevailed, and there was no inter
ference on the part of the authorities.
Rumors of secret negotiations for a pe
ninsular union are current in Lisbon,
and, cause much public excitement.
Japan,—The, Mikado has pardoned
the Tycoon , and also the leader in the
late rebellion. The American Minister
had been presented. The English Min=
iater had been warned* . a Japatiele plot
for his assassination.
--A Church Needlework Society has
recently been started in Bombay, t'or the
purpme of working altar and othereburch
linen embroidery for, :the , churches in
this diocese.. Already some ten ladies
have joined the society, and operations
will be commenced as soon as materials
are received from England:—lndian
—A Dr. J ayakar, a physiciin of much
ability and distinction in India,'who had
been educated in the University of Bom
bay and in the College of Physicians in
London, and is now stationed at the hos
pital of Ahmedebor, has recently been
baptized and joined the Irish Presbyte
Neglected Coughs and Colds.—
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A Tale of the Siege of Leyden.
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Stories by Two Sisters.
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SABBATH AT HOME, JANUARY, 1870.
The bFal:lllustrattel Religions Magazine for the Fara
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Ilitaustrut lon of Se•ipt u
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Please call and examine our stock. mayn ly
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712 Chestnut Street,
THEIR NEW BUILDING,
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Are now opening a large and new aasortment of Diamond
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These justly celebrated editions of .be BIBLE hays
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SOLE AGENTS FOR THEIL
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HOW OPT.E.`I WEI HEAR. THIS EXPRESSION
I om persons reading adverti.ement4 of Patent
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right It is over 22 years since I introduced Dr To
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