Philadelphia, Nov. 15. - The department of admission of the Centennial Exhibition has just iinished the count of visitors to the grounds on Priday last, the olosing day, and thus completed the official reeurd of admissions during the six months extending froin May lüth to Novouiber lOth. The exhibition was open 159 days. During that time the paid admissions were 8,004,325, the free admissions were 1,785,67; total adnmsionB, 9.789,392. Tho total rocuipts wore $3,813,749 75. The average daily receipts were $23,935 85. The Exposition grounds to-day presented a lonesoine and dreary appearanco. The cash adminHÍons numbered only 1,903. In consequence of the meager attondence the narrow-gauge railway stopperl business. Over four million pns8eugers have been oarried by the company. The Oen ten nial Cominitteo appointed a coimnittee to prepare a fínal report to Congress covering tho history of the exhibition. Mr. Moeker, of Colorado, is chairinan.