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Booth waat itnir ef Vena, at, and Rli
. a, aaa BT1aaaU ai.aat-
YRRT TALUiftfJt R ILDl-n lilT lift
i AT Al
aaner ML bariaeafroiiloi
pa ii nt lawnen.
Mat Owlhl-dht thaaaaldiiala th-aae aaa.
Mraaaala aials. twain aaa labl bob lb. eor
P : ef treat wit Bote beerta: Inter. Um.
rie4 al Mil ef lb Bwi-are. Ooe btaj4
what Aewa tl tia.0 of onle.
wrllrea ef the a.
Vat aa., th -,., all that plana, pareel or
treat raawd.lyfaf aa btaf allatd I tha oouaty
r - .... aav invinot uviaunmm
liitNMwuUU an a. Wed two ! a 4 IkiM
! Mr, tn -sk, trt t una aaniarauja aa aorw.,
fT?tflJirir),''lU M dMd Prla.
lK5tKC3;.'a,-,u' " ""-
a qTa aeaet ido: property ia aiiuaiea peer Fen
OwtiLuHllalMaraT4f alwo-atorr rrama fJalld
!. Bad I ogata a good oyKrttit'f to lareai la a. Mar.
Tbrt, Oaa-thtrd Mb. and balaao Is aaa and two
yate after dr of Bel. Dafarrad parmaatt lob-
-a oy aq or mat oa in a proparty
II tba lanaa at aala arc tot Mrnpllad with la Ian
dare after Uia day ( Mia, tha property will be raaold
alaaaala:apaaaaaf tba dataaltlng porobaaer
" nnaa-eii aeuera w o paid Df tM parobaoet aa
vaaTayaaaiu mim l pott at parahaaar.
UUURS A WILLIAUM.
BY TTl. UAVAI.I. . I O.. Af lltaaia,
'-' . "t " Billdlar,
00 4 004.S. W.aor. fa, br, and ltlalh at,
SL104KT OLARRKUR PHAITPOIf.'OOUSlR
HOHKH. 4o, AT AUtrftOlf
laTUJMUAT MUHHIXil, Nowabar 'JH.all'i
oaloaa, la frval of our Anattoa Koona, uiQ
Hid Hi Blah flalU.
Uaaaatal Uaabka Uini.1a mnd m4h
vVbabv-kncb w fnxttd oaU lb attapllan W
K'"'J? Waa bll m ttdat lor IboUlo
W1H WX. W4LLCU,AaaU4aTfc
BV D. II. VAHJ-r-U, -! Hal ola llrakfr
bod AootlMaar H, JflTUtaatb atnat,
ta-. v m bftwaaw (J aad II
TwrmtsiiLBi or a Two-irpnRT ahd
BfvltUaof adaadof traai la ao, datad Haabaa
IMITLaaddairiaootdedlalllMr HavMl. folia 1(1,
ol lb load roHda af Waablaatoa. lU,wi n
IT, tba f)4 dat nrDoeaav
mm Mm aad 1 1. t Har
ota tabdltlataat of Ma Id
b-, H7J. 4, otloak p. at!
l.aatbaaaaaola raaordad la Ubm W F,
raBraa aawi aiuia
Tarwai 6oo tblrd b. bad tba ba'aaao la at,
twalva aad afcjMaaaj BMalbafraat day af aala,itb
ioa par aaat. lataraat, aaaarad b a 4 tad 1 1 trial oa
tba praaaHf. it haodtad dviloio dapoalt oa wmd.
Ada .1.11 Warhilk.V.
BV HIItlKN oV iVll.l.lA1N,
1001 artbol ootvaral Ton
TRC8 '. A Lt OPVAinARUtlMPnoVltn
EKAL JUtrATR 0 I arRKKT rORTIl, BR.
imVraiVuT UAPITOE iRD JR8T
tfatadft baatba? IT.Ini.aad darr ra adid In
Ubar aaaiborad at, folta 170. oaaaf tbolaot
raaorlacl Waablaifa oauaty.ta tba tMatrlct ( Oo-
aj ! mi mnmnA BlB niaailiMj hi
aaiabad m tha plat or plaa of Ibo rlif o( Waablaat
W. U aal4 1) owlat, aa la baodr4 and aararl
(10UaaahDPdrdaBdflc1t,(MDO hnadrad aad
!laa,(Q VoBOboadrad4la.(IO,) aad onobaa
radu4Iaw,tlL,)crF V.llilbarl'a rab-d Tllo
of aqaaro tbabatad alt liaadrH and mDi Bia,
(TOMaaldaqb-dlHlMlaroardd In tba eBao dJ
tba aamrar of bald arty, oltb tba bal dlnra aad ana
proaomaata tbwoa.onalUBc al Sra tbraa ainrr and
itUUKIUK. tlUILljflU aaarlr boniplawd lb
aaJa to ontniaanaa IUi tba coat botita. aad aacb
boaaalahoaodaopkntilv.aatll tba aaaoaat pf ha
-" hh turn iiwsij IB OIU (WHIN
lannai uaoroaruor lo porcbaaa) an
hillt Wall! la Mih aad lha nnUmlif IsunJ
laaullpMaU al aH taalva aad alabtooa vaaut, wilh
lataraal thoraoa at tba raU tt ton pareantara, to ba
aniad tlha atlkJaAllaa At (ha IrulHL ail Ana
f aaalaa ulxtt tba aaU of tba purabuor. Bad a.
davoattof (XKlallibartaairod oa aacb booaa al iho
uf VI rvaw
BlOU A RH WALT Afj'ir, J T
U ORKRIf A VriLLlAtfS,
i WIIjIjIAOT, AMOtiaaoora.
CFUKCtAr BAtW OrTAIUARLR
(.MORORrUVVN HAIR TUiTAKK PL A U It AT
rTUEfcfl- VTAklllNdTUtl UlTV.
Hr rlrlua of a daaraa paaaad by Ibo R op ram a
int ft tha DUlrlat of OolutabU. ta niillf sun
fa.!M, HaoffaW.LIartUo ataL ta. WbUan U. O.
MardoahataJ. will oall atvabtlaaaetloa.al Ibo
Aaatlna Roomaaf O aaa A WlUUnaa,annbwcat oao
Parol Tanibaad Datraata, tatbaotiraf WaabloitnP,
li a.onMUrtDAY.Uatltbdayefbtaambar.A 1.
ltli.atjl b'clookp ao.. all tboaa noarrrlaoda baowa
a MardoeVo qrr, bad loaaadoa tba ilaoof too
Choaapaaao aad Ohloaaaal, pbmt taro aU1 abva
Oaorfaiovfita tbaliiairiataf Oalnaibla, aad baic
anai aau iaat in wiaui oj imii ar pan. aaa la laoa-w,
paailoa tfiarawlib, araoll aalt a' I tha aoQaarilfd
tba portioa f tba land kaowa aa fba t-obMaaa Uoai
paia eoadaai aallaa. lilac Imiaadlatalr aaaief aad
adjolfilai tboabato.arcabartlbaatUla tlablaaad
airtlaaaa to Iho aaa al tba patk al tfea akJ oanbl tor
pnrpoara ol traaaioitall a A mot full and at I Ian.
UrdaaarlpUoaof aUaklcb wllappaar bitaiarauea
U lha pfooaadlaca la bboio aaUlkd aaaia
Waaalltha altaatiuael otoliaiuta aodoibrra to
tbaabora tJaarrlao.blehocialatof Iba brat qaalltr
ilaaftuao,wdbb:li la baar aalaUoDaar of
Ibaatona I aaadaUoaa af tb Unltad StalaaOaH
ttv. itavoivaioa aiaaaaiaBa ova ainar rxxia ogua
Ib aro laid ol Ula btoaa. Tba aqndal Bil(po
aaraaa tbo fatoaaao rWai alao Uak UUI UaoMtary
Cbapai, aad oUiar cbaieoaa B0 bttlltot tb aUano
ApUtolibaqaanlaaeaa M n at Qraaa m Wll.
lUaaa' AnaUHi Boom a, eoraarof Tamhasd I atraoia
aortbaraaa abora ajar lafanaaibui aa ba obuiaad.
Anr pnaoo caa oiaaolaa Iba Qtiarrlaa by tabniff
tbotJaBal road or tba dm road laadlsc I root Qaaro
ton to tba Ubala brtdca.
TaraM aaia Uaa au h OMh. and lha ba wooo la
tbtny rqaalmoalhlr paaaioaaatarUb la Ureal al tha
rata of ta par aaaiiim par aaaam froiadarol alia,
hUk aoaailtv ia tba aatUfactloa pf tba Itooaltara. and
Koa ratalaod o tba proparty aold I oa tba parohaa
aaoaay oaa bopatdloaaaborapaaanortoruna tnaa
aaaloratald.at aaojorataof laloraat. A dapom of
I ioa "IU bo trqalrod Of Ibo parflbaaor at Una of aalo.
All ooaaaraaelcaT aad I'laot alaoatol pmohaaaf
Puta of tba propait will bo tihlbltod at iba ) mt, of
" WW. r MI.TTIXGLT, 1
PHlilP A DAHNUlLLVl Rooalros.
WM J. MltLKH )
aoRI-dAdaiaUil OUHttN A WUtlAMW. iacU.
BY I.ATIfllKKaV l.bAUV.,
Aaatlooaora aad Raal Katata Ilmkara.
MoaUlwaal aoraor IVon araanaaad Kloiaaih alratt
bur UuUa balbtloi.
quark 4to niiiMJihtr rale or VALU
Ol tAU PKUJ-itRTY. T
t Waiar bad bv alrtua of a doataa al Ibo Buprama
Ooart af tha IHairlaiof DolnmbU, pawad la a aanao
laiaaldoaort, aaakbarod aM, JKqalU. barata ilan.
rtatia P. Pappor, adnlolauauia of Alaiaodar Lo
aBdoibofo aro oompUlBanta, aad Maloalia Maalon
aad oUtara aia aofaadaata, tba andaralaaad. ap
aalatad traaUa to aall tbo aam,Iil aail al tmbla
aaoUoa.apun Iba iamlaa, to ha blibrat rifhlar
tharalor.oo WKJIhUAY.tbo'Jf lb rarof Mo-aia-borJaaal
at 4 o'clock p. a , aqoara 410. la thacltr
of Waablacloai aaacrdlai lotbatfoordadauh-divlatvo
oloaidNaa IblaprapartalatatToltilbli attaatad
pa tbo Inland, la a rapidly Improving aatxtibortiood
oao tblrd of tbo parobaao raoooy oaab, aud tha bal
laiwrnim . anttrinwi u h ann-,
aaoo laat)laaUa,alibtaaaBdtaooti (jnrmomtn
irto(tBlor ibo dfarro-l i
i uarmania ui
waa, aaaaroa ao ibo aw
ooaforaaolaf tbo oa
lafacUoa uf tl-o
a aapaaf nni
W. B WVKB.Triaiioo.
LATIKKH A OUtAity, Auoa-
iiVMATTIMH.V Ot. UllKKI.kll. Aaol'i
ms pa, atiti niaiB Btrra awjruiwaai.
at, aaat to ooraor
1 Tliat rlkJIT VYAkl).
PtUINlINtl r'KNNsYLVANlA AVRMJK ANU
uuvauniiiflr avnaaitVAi tun
Uadar aad by tlitaaof adaadof Uaal.Ubwh I
bavabaoBaabaUrBtadaalroataola tbopiaaaal praak
oia,iuitipoaor loataaa raaoraa or naaaiacioai
anaady, Utoarlal al CJolaaibl, aid al tba raquaalol
VMbaidarol tba aalo aaoaraV) byaJddadof If oat,
abatlaa ae, aacoaa and aoJl t Iho blbaabl4dar,
oa PIUDAY.NorowborilV.lVTJ.aiaVooUMk ism,
an tbo proiaiaaa, orlctaal krt (If I aloatooB aaif(av)
tarariirvlB-ouoara auniharad (lul) aoo boadradaod
ooo Tbaao Mto fraal aavaaiy Aro foal a 1 airaat.
aaavtla tataiaaatlani artib Paaaarlaanlai a van a a. aad
bara adopth pf ooa baadrod and forty aloo foal aad
lkalaVia,pabU allay taaalt faol la -frith,
aad ald allay Hf raoa loot atdo f row I It' aat, f roatlac
traaatvatbaaaad Poaafyraalaafaaaa. Thlapropaity
paoaolarly adaptod fur U orootloa of tint- lata
piiraio raotaaaeaa, aan annum aomaiiBd too aua.B'
Ifoa af oapllailato and Daildora.
Tarnai itn haJf naah halaDsa (a ul.lallit aad
lahtoaa Boolha, wtib latonal al ala uaraaokpar
aaaaai, aaaarrd by a daodof traalon tbo praoilaaa.
A aapaait af baa aoia noafaraoeiDa aipur
ekaaaVa aoat. 1 aim of aolato bo oomahadalUi la
oao waak altar aala, W. li WKBB.IWiw,
MATTIhOLY A WHfcKLJCR,
BOTtI-4 A noilonaara.
aaort tad RearEaUlO Brokara. .
TRU6TKER' IAI.K Or 1MPR0VPD PROPrRY
PvlrlBOof adaadof Woa daUd on tba Uib di
al Jala. A. II lHTUaa.l dal tuitdid lo Ubat Ni
I M.faUoeiAa.of tbo load tooerda of Waablaatoa
eotMlt, f O aad bj dlraotioa I tb parky aaou-ai
tberaby, wo will aall, at pnblie aootlon, la front of the
piemieae. oa 1UE8 u a , ta 1 uui oay
lot aooibared oaa.ll,) In quare anoibarad tbrao haa
dradaaUlwaalaUuao.taa.laaid pari of lotbaVaia
iraBOpr aiyaiaa iwimuiuvm mann- uuiaao"-
t inn ium int uiiMsw vi iva a'aua hij
Ttrmaof aals Onafoartb eah, of wblob AUrnntl
ba aid al ibo aala, balaaoo la sir, twalte and alcb
Utn tnoDtnt, wttn imaraei at.tue
rate of Iparoaat,
par aaaauirom tbo day ol aalo, aad aaoarad b d
Zt trutl to tba aaliifaoiloa ol tbo trail If
toroiaafOBi teompllad wltb WllblutaB daiBfrom tbo
day of aala tbo Itualota rraarto tbaiUbttit t oil the
propartyaiarooa wa-VaooUoa,! lb rltk and coit
of tTnl pnobaaer AU oontayancina: at lbs ocatcf
WU A PCHWUlk, j "Wit,
a-aiaVaadHAd LATlallCU A ULfcAKT. Aifoto.
.."1 M.6.I",T irt bbjioo-
Ml toata, u4 lutlii
TRUtrat. ialr op vattjarik rkat. p.
IB rlita of 4 4ee4 of trtt,br1a; dale on tht
4 Any of JaaowrywA I 171. end da recorded In .
Af . SB, fall 10, oeri , one of lha land ronla I
lea HiAlHWI HUllf. tl II.. u4 at lha imuI I.
i.anpn auiif inuuiitniiu niunn in run
oouNTYor WAoHindTUf.TiiR ni8Tinrr
OP 4KJLUM81A, LYinCl OPPOKlTR fllK
chain hrtinnic. Al nmiTHK BaNKur tHk
flHKaaPlEA.aIM AMI) (lltfo (UN
Patera Iter a.
irffM.L.WAM, JOOm Aaettoaooio,
now Marai aaiHUHR,
WaiiniN. IIARN-a-Kft. ia.AT 4IJU
Oa TUUUAY HORHINU.Moraaibof
- 4. WMC WalL A 00 , Aattr
flALR OF ROB R WOOD PIAOR, WAf HUT PAR
IOR ANDOtlAMHKR HU1TRH, RIURBOARUA,
MR Al)", ROFAR, CHAIR. TABL, 14A1U
ma.iif?p"r"",-la,!li "laiit'i lun
O WKUNRRDAT MOHH1HO. Mororabar !ir
emauooatif at 10 a'alook.tra will aoll withla oar
a a iarn aag atiraeuTO uaooi iinuara,
I Nw Rnaawood PI aaa, J oolaro i
rooao BMBd I'laaoa, I aetata, iloo a aad Nfn i
Parlor Boltao, la ran bad hair alotbt
rarior Hnlto, bnadoa imnkai
WalialOhaiahar Hnltaa.wlLh diaaaliiaratra
ainaa m, i viaotr iw
Oak Unaaah Bala
4 001010 Halo, ImliaiknWalaotWa'd'ohoa, Boob
, laoiaa, neat.
, Uarrod Cbalra
IV I.ATIT1RK V CI V.UX,
otraanq ttaai Haiaia
Star Offla Uolldlnc
OnANORTlYIAIR OP VALUARf F BUlf t!RO
Pour akia ualp ard hixtu btrkktb
jl Bytlrtoaaf a Otorao of IhoRBpromanoartof
AuAeaoao No I71J, fq dno. II, 1 will, oa BATUH
OAT, iba 1tb day of i"toibwr. im, oa tbo pratal.
aaa. at 4 'aioab. a. aa- oAor for aalo at pablia ooatloB
LnTa 1, S, iaad l(7ln riqijaro 4, ta tbla el tr
ltta aaaaa aad alaht hi lw atitulialJa lata
na ioa. oaan naviaf a
K atroai, boiwaoa laai
aad na bin haak arlLk
Inai af laraat taat aa Haalh
r-aad-a-balf and Mlita ataaata.
baak witb tbal width 101 f tat I laobaa to
A SO foot alley bad areallaalnprorad
faat aa aoota
I latraef,belwaea rearad-a half
uil rmnlii baahr arilh UilaUih
f a4 aad laebaa io a SO-fooA allay, and aro aajaspaatad
Tka nalalaa Ina haa a Imal fort flH bih
1 atraat, hatwaaa tba aaaia two atraata, aad tuna back
TaHkUi n- third nf tha liarakaaa n.iar ta i...a
aad tboraaldao la thrao oqaai Inatallaiaata.ai ro
aooo'lralyala twaltoaatd otcbtoaa moalba from day
of aalo, with laWieaiailfp pot oaaiBai paraaaoai.
aaroo by tbo paroboaor'a aoto aad dead of treat,
the whole la aaak al Iba ana at fa -aiiiaB a
dead alraa oa tbo Aaa) t abfloa lea af pale, fJoarer.
I.M. 1 IBI blk at tJI.Ka Hr.
IVJAH. U WEDDlNUtAactlM-cr.
TROSTRP'S AI,ir. OP LAIfnIN PR I RGB
Bf alraaaaf adaaraaaf Ihafllraalt llaati af Phrlaaa
Oaorra'a ooaaty, Rialoof M trtlaad, atttiaa aa a ooart
ofoqnlt.ptarlBcdatothallatdAyof Mar, ItTl. bad
paaod la b oaoeo la Bald atwrt bolwaaa Barak AT,
Barry.aioaattia of WlUlara I. ttorTt.annplalaaataad
John R Barry aad VI ratal fata wife, defendant, the
aadaraUaad wUiaall.rlnbU eetla),aetbe kkfbaat
bidder. TRORUA T, the iftlb day of XHoetaber,
ljTI Iftalr If Batitfaoaeslfalyaiaytboraaftor l l'i
o'aloofc.Mbltboattrowata po tbo proaaiaaa, t
tbattraato wad.lttaa aad beinf la Prlaeo Uoarff aa
aaayta-wwowaataayaiaauaaiaaiea ot jona B
trrr,aiea,B4balB Ar4 Plaaaaai,"
Thla amurif la af'jialad arllhla laav mtlaa fpnna
Waahlna-le oILr. D. CI. Tba Pr lutlanm llanii
0wai Marapiko raja throab It
II baa a aeeifertablo PwalUiC Hoaa aw ft. Tty
lUlMy laaat d, wtibeil tSa aeorary Oat Balldlan.
tUblMiparriaaoHiiatalBara, Ao, Thero or ala
aoraraJTaBataaninBanarBd aBbtto Uooao on Ui
plraa It la admhaby adaptad fof Haibat Oitdanlac,
aadlhanltaoawoldarabiopattloaiaf Meadow Land
aad Wead Iaad aa tha aliaa.
Tbla potl wta bo of r4 fa 1b
ahaaoro, aad If aol aald la .lata wlllbo i
lot to oall par
bbuo. aa a wool
tha baJaao la
i trot oi taja t uao-uiira oeaa. ana
ia ajwaiba equal Inatalloieote i
aaba aaanran ha lha handa af
dpef area talc
aaraaaaatof parahaaar a, lb whole to bear ta tar
froaa tbo day of aalo, or tbo raUBoalloB tbtrotf by
tba aHittat ilia whalaaf lha - - aiaaa tn ba
paid Ib eoob al tbooMkiBOf tboparobaooro tbo Maai
Upoa Ibo pa rata at oltbe. wbal of Ibo parohaat
tnony,ead aoft baforo. too troawo la aolbotlied to
oonvay a fee aim pi a IIU.
AU ooaroyaiolFf kB4 atanna al aat af Iba par
Obaaor PC NO ALL MARRURT.Traata.
aoto-aoaaoa jambs u. ncuoinu, Aaat,
TRfTrrBALworvALUAmji ard h ard
atoMRLY IHPROVRU RtTnfRKft PROP
rnii. tJUHirnHtir riiTJiBrrni inu u
ITailar and ha alrtaa at a daaraa at fbo Racraaaa
uwn w int WHutvi uuiimniivaiaiq ia aaai
N0.S0JO. Kanltf Pocket He, 11. aabetl iUa no 1
traatee,! will roll, a pohtl aeUo,a tbopraot
otoe, ft IU anil, a Pi
p, m , all tbal rateable pare, af lead lylao: la tbo olta
ot Waablaata. oad Mac etiftaei M aaaiborad
aad pari of lot a moated live. t la tba oal
aiiaaro aaaaoaroa w awarei aaa iwvw
th nfLaaalh aLraaa Alia I at faat Ihaaaa nai
haadrad laaa anal Infaaaai. ( ttai ta. la .1 1 kaaaa
m b Dlty (0) taot to 1 1 otreee, tbea weal Wttb aald
(I at real ta lb place of becUalac, arita Uo wolldlata
aad ImpretanieaU thereoa, oad lb oppartoaaaoaa
Thla at Dtrtr la dlrootlf ODBealU
tartment, aad U baadaAately Improved by a larao
nalory troa faoat bwUdlBc, aww aaBtapiad by W.b.
inoniraoB aaa ut nnun awaianii itt tare-
unoa uwHiif ampiag of mtpvara
alharo aa aflloaa. Bad tba aomnaadlaaa
dwalllac bvoae, No, lilt u atroaa.
loiaiai One tblrd of tbo parobaao anoooy to bo paid
1 id, nuin ia iunaniinai aau
Adaadalvea tad daadol treat ta aaotire defariad
B.UVRfailvt vaw ivijuirni II IB, VI BBXV. WBr
aBoUaalooatOl pnrakaar ....
ir-oooa ' 111 jaaurBiuinHtirtiiN
HanLbaaatafivaar I'ao. at, aad KlavaaUi all aat.
TRUSTS!?"! BAI atOY TALUABLK JUPROVRU
tttai IMm hnl dlna
TwaruM ViirtbarfTit ahii hivthbntii
JTKKKTS WfoT, .
1 vliUeof adaotooM tb Bap-omo Ooart of tka
riJ, Joba JTrooola Rood, oonsplalaaBt, ta. O
Hnnd al al . dalandanfa. an Lha Ifttii dav nf Hovan
'inoi 01 voiBBiDia, paaaaci ia a cnaaoery eanae, ro.
ln"l lahal) bffecfuraaleal pnblla aaettofl, la froal
ol tb pramtaee, oa MONDAY, the tfth day of O.
r.HHat 4o'olookP t .tbaltarr liIW lot
iBd,aeo,bef three ft.) la Baaiaal llavldtoa a
antid la labia af hbu.
rlaotrUbt (IM ) I tbo city of Waabiaitoa. la aald
anaaDoran ooe'nnaorta aaa
uyai vraaoiacioa, ia aaia
;wo-acty fraiae hona. No.
utaaaa HI Haas I a aad hla
iiaillBt, luvitTiu 07 n
a. aireai, ow
woat, and froi
'aaa. aad f mnttna aooth 14 faat ID
Isebaa, wltka daptb of lot lee 11 laehaa. Ioa pnbll
alley, a feat ld oad aaaaaalble I rata K atreot by a
aida allay U faol w Mo I and eoatlnia IMVaqnafa
eet, aiaraer laaa. -rniaaJt wauaaraejia laoiianaa
U t lalaltr of eU aqaaro and t bo Aj I Ina ton hot a I.
leraiiDi ajai uaaiDiiuti
laatAllmanla. at ala aad la all
f torn tha day of tafo, oeoorod by Iho noaa of tba pan
mar, ot all oaab, at tbo option of tbepurobaaar,
poa Ike paymoBt cf tbo who a parabaa iantli
with tkolnUroat aad tbo lal ra(tflouon of tba aala
bv lb ooort (and not before,) I will ouatay tba aald
rati aa'ata aa lb uuiohuar la fteolmiila All oan.
rtyaaottf attbaaotlof tbo perebater. If tbo tana a
araaoto-iaiBllad wlib la At data, tba irualeo ro
dtfaatUaoTparobaaaroa fita dayV ratio.
mm naoi ta rtaui 11 ut itu aaa ooet-vi too
HlUIIAKIt K UKHH(HJJ,Jf a
i OViUiAflkNT BAUCUy U0R4AB, AO.
" rror QniBTxaMtaTva'a Ornca.1
Waa-DnaTOSf, Ll.O.,Oot.U, ItTt.
Will bo oolJatpobilo anatlon al IboUaartemiia-
tafafJot al, orntr Mlnaleaata and N airto,NO
VBMRKH to. 1873. at 19 a. m, too foUowlsg do
laltoraaa. I llaks
J Two bora VVaaoo, I Uoohlna Blot
Plaila AW of Aiabnlanaa Ham aaa.
Nat narABTttairr I
WaaMUMUTOM, NOTINIU Ui ISTi. 1
Tbo Nat y Departotanl will dS tr for aalo at pnbll
aaaUaa.attboValtedblaUoriarr Yard, Naw York,
on tbo Ibtb day ol Oeeeoihor. 1871. at it o'elo-b ra4
ueaaarenint, and tba Ualtoj 8 tat a Bioamablp
Atbaoy," ol 1 IM) looa tnaaairamanU
Tho voaaebj aad Inett latealorlea eaa bo at am In ad
at any Unto attar Iba Huib I cat aat, oa appUoeUoa to
ran at bo rontorod Irani tbo Nary Yard wltbln two
nil iroaw uo oar o aaie.
Tho (lovareBaaat Ibo rlabl La withdraw Ibo
natal Iroaa aala u aay tioi. aad lo rsjoct any bid or
VHa vums IMIIIimiyni
i Jci ii , n A iri AioKit. m it
'oirt or cniiH Cow pkea
AND inrfWATKR UKATlRU
bapplaoet oaa luaUy ooaiBiaJid anoro
law tut oar nocne, wm doojid.
Ity of tbo air, tbo olouioal upon which eh tally dt.
panda tbe ottaUaoa of Ibot tanat dear to oa, obi
wlvoo bad ebUdroa.wbo opead lb areaUr partol
tholr Uvo nrttala doota. 11a, the axtlnalal hoat
whiob anay taafc I bat air bapaM baaoaaaa tub) act of
waramooBl atcaiaoaaee. Tbo followlac at a faw of
tha aaaar boildJan wbatw oar Apnarataa la la aaot
llaward Ualvaraia. I Imkimi Art llallara. Alaannla
y read man a Bank. Pa teat (Jffloo.J.W Iboni
dwwillnc, Manball brown, lbee. J liaraat a,Oaa,
ibo, n . Diinwa a, wtTtnrari aaeaaKM, abbb
ta Maaakoa. f Abbbdd11b.I
laaa, BaltUaor. bead for deMi-loUt olxoalai aud
THR PARrSRATfGRAirn PARLOR BUN AND
I.lUHTfllNO IRPpLlbK HBATKtt- reoaitvd
Ib prBil9a at tbo Maryland HUU Pair, Ibo Pair f
tbe M Mr land InaULaio.aBd Amarloan IgaUUitoralr
of Afew York, Tbay are tho boat lit..- and lire,
plaoo beatero Ut Ibo IfnlUd Btata. or aalo by Ibo
SrlaalpU.lolara to WaaUocto. OoorlaUniB and
laaaadr aaoa Ira
Wra D O.MardoeVtbL J
rat-red lo In tba proceed la at
In tbiaaaaaa.il la, tbla 1
loioaay w ntiiBitr, a ii.
ina. oraaraa oy tu
raunaa un oenorneo. oi
tKluolrnidal tha 101a 1)AV of DkflRU.
UKH, A D I Ml, wnlaaa oaoto to tbo-nlrary bo
abawa oa or boloro aald dt ProvMad aoopy nf thla
ordtr be pubilakad lathallalLT Hatioxai. Rkrca.
iwiiuMivtii loytarooinaaaaaitOBaaae prior to
The Situation in France Unchanged.
The Sl-amer CUT ar nroakl-a Ob1l(ad
Krlara) I QaeaaatowB-A Alotllat r
HRdleoto la Ho at I'rohlbltt4Ao At
tempi I neotat lh Oralpia ! Ik (to.
rPBirat Pcnrt4-KJnc Amr4 fm
proTtaaT-SUikt Olatarbanrvo ait Madrla.
lha bll.allaa At Trmtllcw l'irJi4
1'ABii, Not. St Tha illailoa at Ver
Alllei U BDcfatDfted, Ekch part propotei
IU own tolutloo ot Iho difficulty. No two of
tbetn htTti jet beta Able to adopt & common
Tlio I'rcildent awa.u Uie cllftn of lh Ai
embty, and la tbo mean while tbe crlali con
A RADICAL JOURNAL BOrPRKSZD.
Geo L. AdmertalL GoTernorof FarlA. Lai
cuppretaed the radical Journal, Im Retur
Tb El, lairf luff.
London, NoTcmbr S Bulletin from
tbe royal palace at Madrid, dated Iat debt,
announce, that tbe condltloa of tbo Klnp
wm grcdually lmproTln.
left Madrid oa Friday eTeuloif for Cartba
Reoa, whence the American fleet were lo tall
yesterday for Nice.
The wtrca between ilarcelooa aad Sara
goib bare Rile been cuL
A hind of armed republican haa appeared
lo the vicinity of ArcM de U TroaUra Inda
The IntnrrecUoDerr oreaaliatloa la the
DISTURBANCRS AT MADRID.
London, Nor. 25, lidOa. raMll ad-kca
from Madrid rrDort kllrbt dltturbanc In tho
capital lait Monday oa account ot drawlnci
loriniiitarr coDBcnpuon. ineiiDeaoi tcie
Sraph to Barcelona, Oc-rona, BaTllle and ca
ll were cut.
TBI BUAM Or PBRJIA
liMKraotcdtbetxclualreeonce-Blon to Baron
lteutor, president of tbe Renter TelrKram
Company, for theconilrnctlon of railway,
tramwaja ana water wotk, ana tor wora
In ir, mine la Tenia.
London. NaTcmberSt Iwli. ConierTa-
katf baa been retnrned to rarUamenl from
BIT,RNOrTRRBTIAMBRLlTr Or BROOKLYN
OtJBRNTOWN. Norember 21 The iteam
hip City ol Brooklyn, which tailed from
tbU port oa the 15th Inittnt for New Tork,
loot the fan of her propeller, and had to pat
back under tall, arriving at tbt port leal
night AU on board are well, and will de
perl for New York on a steamer which baa
been nravlded for them. The Cltv of Brook
lyn will return to Liverpool to obtain a new
Trbl turn lha Bidlcata Attrtktaltd.
IUiibb. Nov. 21 A meetlne of radical!
called for to-day having been prohibited,
trouble la expected. Troopwerepo-tcd yes
terday In tbe principal tmiare end at all
trocj iloU la tbe city. The radicals have
aa yet made no oreaolzed attempt to realat
the Government order. Lut night some ar
rest were made oi diaordeny peraoos, out
with tbeae excrlions no disturbance oc-
Tbo ta-ptror Urrrlrrslba Mrwbrnol lha DM,
Berlin, Not. Ut. Tho Emperor gave ao
audience yesterday to ficboelafarth Boateln
aad members of tha Diet.
BXPLO RATIO IN AFRICA,
Geographical societies of Germany rive
their approval to a plan lor ft methodical ex
ploration of Africa. Committees to carry
out tbe purpose are forming.
Krtbt. tb Ganaaa lorrsr.
New York. November jft, Krcbs, tbe
German forger, was sent homo on the steamer
Aiaiueyeeieraay nuaer tne orucr 01 a man
date of extradition.
OA RX PLOSION.
There was aa explosion of gai at tbe
Brooklyn navy yard yesterday, resulting ta
a fire. It wu quickly extinguished, and no
Vt AR STEAMERS TO BB SOLD.
It Is rejxtrted that the war steamers Albany
and Guerrlare are unfit for service, and are
to be sold
Tba Osalpee lost 130 mm from desertion
on ber voyage home from tbe Pacific
TBB Vt UEDEA BOLTS Or CONNOLLY
Connolly U known to have joined bit fam
ily in Spain, but ba spent moat of tbe 11 mo
suite be left here la ramble through Spain,
Portugal and Italy He left Italy November
1 for tha Holy Land, 1- gyp., India, China and
It I stated that a female confidential agent
of Connolly secured County Auditor Wat
son's book that waa deposited In tbe aafe
deposlt vault la tho Park bunk building, and
lo it bleb tbe amount and dale of tbe sums
stolen by tho ring wtru inter id In detail,
lb book waa tarried to Europe oa the 10th
THI L0NSTITLT1UNALITV P TUB LNITED
STATES SDirjINO At-T
wss argued before Judge Ilmedtit yesterday
la ibo tase of two boardlug bouse runners
receutly convicted of boarjlu u foreign
vessel before she reached I cr I lucri of deU
nation without the consent of her master.
Their counsel contendul Congress has no
lurl-dlctlon to makepolke roirnlntlons for
this port, and In the case of a foreign vessel
tuero couia do no j lutuitnuu ociore toe
arrival at ber place oi deaiinailou.
It li reported that Julius Morrell, tbe cus
tom bouso officer, has tccn exonerated from
tbo charge of bribery preferred against blm
by Special Agent Jayoe
VETERANS OP TUB WAR Or 1813
The survlviug veteran of the war of 1812
reieoraie evacuation aay 10-morrow oy noiei
lag a flag at tho old fort, Central park.
Aattkir lt4r Tslta from Iks Salaa.
Boston, Nov. 2! This afternoon another
body was taken from tho rules of tbo fire,
butwa not Identified up to a late hour, A
party ot firemen from Cambridge have been
searching throughout tbo day for the body
of one of their nnmbtr mleslng A military
guard U kept at tbe ruins
TUB RELIEF PTJNP
Contributions for tbe relief of sufferers by
the fire received by the treasurer of tbo fund
up to to-night amount to 1140,000.
Father Burke delivered a lecture at the
Boston theatre, Ibis eienlng, on the future
of the Irlsb race la America, for the benefit
of tbe sufferer by the fire, before aa over
A RreWr Swlaillrw Oat ' 917,00.
New York, Not. 24. The ftmta' special
from Newport, It. I , says Oliver Reed, a
wealthy broker of that city, received for ne
gotiation, six months ago, from a stranger,
1 17,000 In Pacific tucome bonds, Mbtch he
since disposed of through Fink & Hatch, of
New York, wblih now prove counterfeit.
Ibe money therefor, minus the commUslons,
have been paid to the swindler, but will be
made good by Mr Reed, who will aaa every
mean to bring the swindler to Justice.
The United Sulci taller Moccasin and tbe
steamer Bay Queen wore badly damaged by
a collision lo Newport harbor yesterday.
Tb BeaibllcaaTI-itt DscUrtd Uectfo.
M0NT40MBRY, Nov. S3 The Legislature
iu aoBaiuD at we auuoi i'aaauu turougu uOW
House this forenoon a bill In relation to
Mobile bay aud harbor It will go to the
Governor for slrnaiure
Tha supervisors from Ual'a county ap
peared tbf forenoou with corrected returns,
wnicn elected tjmun t,KP ) auditor.
Lieutenant Governor Moren then declared
tbe various person ou tbe Republican ticket
duly and constltntloaallyelectcdfor theterm
prescribed by law.
No business has been done by the other
body, which bold session m the court-room.
Governor Lewi will probubly qualify next
week, and much lecnaB on hi action as to
a snlmlnu of the present trouble.
A toinnUttea pi tha gpna an Jlopie,
HIHHHHM PJHM ttlL '
!- " . - i ... i
WASHINGTON, D. 0.. M0ND
which bold leieloDt at the CApftol. In aclirtU
ancQ with a resolution, waltM upon Oor
?IDt;rlcc' Mwu nd ucntenant QoTRttor
McKcD-try, after the Tote wu proclAlilfJ,
w aavxruuD wd en ! wouia suit incix coi
nlenco to taka their nifM.
Tha result nf tha Infitrvlnw an afatywll
Ibo corpmlttee, In anbsUnce. was that CW
ernor Lewis said he was not premrcdlat
that time to amwer. He said he was in
formed that thera wcm tarn ltdlna tn fiia
city, each claiming to be ft Uglhlature, aTd
that negotiations were pending for a sell
meat He hoped they might snecood, and
he would answer by 10 o'clock on Monday.
Lieutenant (lmmnr fpki.t-a atJlaf
that be could not answer without tonferrloii
with the Goernor, butbotwd tu Imj able to
The rolitlral laddie
New Orleans, Nov. 24 The following la
m new irum a otaie Bcmi-oiuciai nana point
of the situation of affairs herei Under the
oio eiecuon law ail tne retnrns were sent to
the Gevernor before the Federal court twuod
aa Inluoctloa rci training tbe State returning
board, of which Got. Warmotu Is proaldent.
Election returns bad boen canvassed iliow
Ing tha eKection )t tbe entire fusion Slate
tlcfcet by froraeeven to eleven thouiAndmA
Jorlty, wltft fnatoa Congressmtn cloeted or
ceptla tho Third and Filth dUtrlcts, Darrell
find Morey helug elected
Tba 1.j0-Ulatnrn atani In lha llnnae frt
Liberals and SS Repabilcana, and the Senate
21 Liberals and 13 Republicans.
Tbe cuttonnhoiiM return log board are en
joined by the Eighth Dl-trlct Court, and con
aequenlly can not act. Moreover no ofjlclftt
return wbate ver have been delivered to them
by the State lulhorltlo, who are In paaoes
Ion of the balLott. The Governor's return
lug board Is enjoined by the Federal Court.
If anr rotnrnlmr board or lata rnwlar tb
law It Is restrained by the courts from acting,
and It, l claim-d that no returnlog board
exIsU, la coostKiaence of the ilgolng and
promulgating ot tbe new law, which super
cedes the old onn. The Judicial and otbtr
officers rotentlr elected, and kin hata bon
commissioned by the Governor, acting under
the new election law, are recognlzod by tho
Supremo Court of tha State.
Caaata's Aaaatr I . Sax wall, tk (
t'ltsat fur Hli Rtst ta Ceairraa.
SALT Lakb. Nut. 34..Geo. U. Cannon.
DelcEAte-elect. flies an answer to Gen. Max.
welL ibo contestant of hi seat In tbe Foiiy-i
third Congress Ho denies all tbe material
negation oi laxweu. lie aeoiea taxing at
Nauioo. or at anr other nlae. an naih nr
obligation to obey Bftgbam Young or hla
successor la all thing or la anything tern
luri ana Birituai, ana bubo idh no ever
took any oath of disloyalty to the Govern
ment of the United Btktes: that he ever aa-
sertcd tbo revel Attoo. of iwlygamy was para
mount to ell human law, or that ho would
obey It rather than the laws of any country
lie denies that be Is living In violation of
law, or that Brig am Young or any other per
son influenced hla election la any manner,
and assert that all voters rrterciacd their
own judgment without fear or favor.
.Maxweii now uegins to taao testimony.
DerJila la a llsakrvptrj Case.
Milwaukee. Nor. 24 Jnda-e lflller. nf
the United States Court for the eaaura dis
trict of Wisconsin has deedded ft bankrupt
cannot sell his homestead and claim hi storq
a a rcaldecce by tnovlnj Into It, ami orders
that tbe lot and store w tleUrered to tha
DEER DTINO OP THE EPIZOOTIC.
The horse disease 1 abailnir. Kenort
from tho northern and western part of the
Bute say that large onmbeni of deer are;
dtiog apparently from tbe saioo dlsoaao.
Dtalh of aa Aclort
ST Louis, Not. 31 William. J. Wlgclne.
a nonnlar comedian, attached to DeUoU
opera-nouse, aiea yesieraay.
iRAiue rwoaf sMAiAuraAa
Since tbe 11th of May there have been nine
uuuarca aua trrcuty seven acaias irom erxLaJl
pox la this city.
THE OFFICIAL VOTE FOR OOTltROR.
St. Lovibv Nor. at. Tbe olttdai vote for
tiovernor ana ucuienant tioveroor is a mi
lowit Woodson, 150,714, Heodersoo, 131,371,
Johoson. 157.010, Stover, 1J0.440.
St. Louis. No ember St Mr. Jame A
Oates, the aclrc, waa married to TraceyW.
Titus manager of tho Oatea tronpe, this
evcnlnir la tills city, and left to-night for
.i em pa ia.
lo-r Hen KUIfd by a Batlroi Arrldrat.
Banoor, November 21. A special to tho
Whig and Courier from St. John, New
Brunswick, states that August Murray, engi
neer, and John Sbetran, flromao. of tbe
freight tram on the Luropeao and North
nuivnvau ihuiiiiui ncio iiiBtaii.j nmui
Saturday by running Into a gravtl train
They were runulng from Neadham to St.
John at the time, and were about eight
miles from the latter place. Tbe gravel train
tad been loading, and was Jiut backing
down tbe track, when tbe freight train
dashed around tbe curve, ahead of limn,
throwing both engtres from tbe track and
entirely demolishing them Tbe men were
Brital Harder at ficraalo,
SCranton. Pa. Nov 31 John Gan-Itv
waa brutally murdered near tbla city on Sat
urday nlgbt. Hi body was found oa tne
road, near bis bouse, tbls morning Ills bead
bad been crashed with a large stono. 1'atrlok
Gavin has been arretted on suspicion His
cap was found ninr tbe corpse, and bo waa
covered with blood when arrested
A rieti4Iah Art.
San Francisco, Nov. 24. A young man,
name unknown, entered the bouw of oua of
the most respectable families In Vakjo, and,
la the absence ot tbeoldor member, violated
a girl five years of age. He wss subsequent
ly arret tod, aud fears are entertained tbat bo
will bo taken out and lynched
hlBiloaf Iks lals Baak ef Xarlelts.
Cincinnati, Ouio, Nov. 24. The Union
iianKoi Marietta, vaw. nas susDendid oav
ment, being tbe result, It 1 believed here, of
compiicauorjs growing out oi tue suspension
of J T Cutter, announced yesterda)
Drathefa Proatlasat MikBrarUrrr.
I'ROViDENrp. R I., Nov. 34 Ft! word
Harris, ft prominent inanuiacturer ami busi
ness man ot Woonsocket, died tbls afternoon
MrDANlrl's Ihsllrarsto lbs World.
PaiBCtiToww, V I, Nor IM7f.
-u a WAtlaw mt I If lar. Fiml aa I t'ura
Since tbe publication of my chailengo last
week I deem It necessary to make some
further explanations aa to tue conditions of
tbe match AU three races are to be accepted
aua 10 ue pi ay or iuj, ur unit loneit, at tne
option of the partle accepting The three)
races to bo run between tue lain dav or Joir
aod 1st day of September. Ib73, oxer the
Saratoga course, New York, not less than one
week to Intervene between each race As
some have said the terms of tba match do
not prevent mo irom adding any number of
new horse to ini stable. I wilt sat that I
will run the three races with mj stable ot
horse a al present composed, aud name my
bones now, providing tbe parties accepting
tbe match will do the same.
Ibe uncertainty of race bore I such tbat
I am unwilling to glvo tho parties acceptlug
the match the light to pick and purchnre
from Ibe rntlro world new honca, while 1
limit mrKlf to Lhoeo now owned bv me. 1
simply claim the samo prlvltrgcs ss my oppo
nent, uuuuuK't i uu uut cipect to run any
thine outside of mv stablo as at nrerent com-
posed, and may run one bono for the throe
I leave the match opeu until the lit day of
January, 16TJ, and any oao wUhJog to accept
the match to run the three races will plcaio
address me through tbe office of the fur,
Field and iarm, where I will incut blm or
them and roako tbe necessary arrangement
for the racer
Yours, truly, D McDamel
Mr. Bxxcuirt appointed Iho Sunday
after the recent elecllou for the bap
UBin ot wiuurcu. van nome uaa ueea
given from the pulpit, and among the array
of little ones presented was a bright, curly
beaded boy, aud Mr. Beecber proceeded v. lib.
the scrvlcei "This child, Horace Greeley, I
bap." It was too much for the congre
gation, ana tue announcement was greeted
with universal laughter, which drowned the
rest ot the sentence, while, amid the laugh
Up, the only thing heard was the exclama
tion of ft lady. Whose sympathies were
apparently anil JloraUan i What ft iliatne,
ftlHr m pJro-ooklnj fellow, too,"
AY MORNING. NOVEMBER 25. 1872. n -mo
.. 1 , ,.. I, , A' J uuu
I . ... I .
I mrtn nmrw a a n m rnrlrtu I tfr aaa iiiiAiiiuau
1UC(U11I AHUUUrAUTlJUinrii auucii urt in wnanmuiun.
e)l I.JI..n Hld
fadlaaaan k II aid
A report from Fort LaramloXsays that ft
oana oi twenty warriors, fully equipped,
haie left Red Cload's agency near that pott
and started for the Tawnoe reservation to
II. W. Deolsoo, marshal ot the United
States Consular Court, at Kansnwa. Japan,
Is on Revisit to frtonds la Washington after
aa absence of about three years. He reports
a reactionary feeling la Japan, but not so
momentous as lato report nave represented
Fort lea fltoaa-baat Laws.
Tbe Treasury Department Intends lo util
ise th minister and consul abroad In the
collection of all possible Information rela
tive td tho regulations prescribed by foreign
Governments for the safety of steam vetttls
and passengers thereon, with a view to Ira
frove And remedy our own steamboat lospoc
Lou system wherever needed.
New Kaorattva llealdtae.
Am&ff the first bills of the new session
wilt b4 one Introduced Into each house for the
erection, la the northern suburb of the city,
ot ft satiable family and social resldenco for
tbe President ot the United Bute, leaving
tbe present building to the exclusive vses of
aa exeeatlve office.
The Mrxlrwa llordor It a port.
The commissioners to lovssllrate tbe depre
dations carried oa from Mexican soil upon
the clUsens of Texas living along the Rio
Grande made their second call upon tbe Pres
ident on Satnrday, to communtoate tht full
text o tbe report they bad oatllned lo him
la a brief Interview the preceding day. The
readlnc occupied nearly two bourn, and tbe
Interview laatcd some lime lontrf r bv reason
of the President's desire lo folly master the
Itoailaa el affair oo the border-Tbe Mex
ican Minister called at the Executive man
sion while the commissioners were engsged
with the Fresldent.
A (lalloat Tat'a Re ward.
afTbo Treasury Department, ft few days since,
issued a warrant for fWO la favor ot James
Olbb, mate ol the shin Throe Bella, of Glas
gow, as a reward for his efforts la aiding to
rescue tho officers and crew and passengers
from the wreck of tbo sleamsblD San Fran
cisco La 1853. Congress, In Jutr. 1856, made
appropriation lor tne reward at omcera ana
crews of tbe three ships who rescued the pas
senger from the Ban Francisco, but when
the act was passed Glib was In Australia, and
never heard of It until September last, when
bo returned to Scotland
GIqco tbo adjournment of Congress the
President has made 187 appointments, as
follows' For the Interior Department, 58,
mrt tf them Indian agent and public lagdl
officer! for tbe Department ot Justice, To
Uulted Stale marshal and district attorney -for
lb.e Navy Department, 3 boatswain, sail
maker, and carpenters; postmasters, 41, for
the State Department, 21, of which 11 aro
consuls, and moat of the other centennial
comtalaaloncis. Tbe latter appointments,
however, aro not to be confirmed by the
Sent let for tbe Treasury Department, 84, of
which 10 are supervisor of Internal revenue
under tbe new law. Most of tbe other ep
polaUaeola aro for Internal revenue and cus
toms The Ctlsa Crop.
The November report of tho statistician ot
the Department of Agriculture gives to cot
ton prospects substantially tbe same Interpre
tation as the October statement. The
waatfcerhas been fine for picking. Frost
har-K bocn earlier than must In tha mnr
Northern State, but aa earlier maturity of
im paabrnonth has been .ulto favorable for the
aeveRjpment of the m atari nr boll.
While tbe returns of condltloa since Auirust
bare been much below average, they bare
been higher than those of corresponding
mouths of tba previous aad Terruniavorabte
reason,' Tersing in vewcer oa against e,
and la September 01 ftsalnst 80 The No-
ember returns give the Indicated total pro-
uuct in comparison witn mo smau crop oi
1571 and the aierago made Is about 16 per
ccol Increase, with an area la cultivation
larger by U to 13 per cent. Tbe greatest losses
from the prevalence of the armv and boll
worm are found In tlorlda and Alabama. In
Louisiana, Mississippi and Georgia local dam
age ha also been heavy in Arkansas a
matsn si redaction ot mo yield was caused by
drought In Jutr and Annual
Tbo total production, as Indicated by the
returns of the first week la November. 1
made very nearly a, arj.uuu commercial bale.
At that date apparently twenty-five to thirty
icr cent of tbe crop, or nearly ooe million
bale, remained to be Dlcked. and sublect to
the vicissitude of tho weather, which might
ucircata iua uuai aggregate ur Dealing
storms, or allghUy enlarge It by faro'ftble
season for opening and gathering tbo fibre Of
tue iop crop.
WAaaiMaroV, NoriBtber SA, Iflt, I a. J
Tbo barometer ha risen in the Northwest
aud over western Wisconsin and Indiana,
wttb northwesterly wlods and cloudy
weather. It has fallen on all tba lakes, with
prevailing southwesterly winds and threaten
ing weather, extending to the Ohio Valley,
la tho Gulf and south Atlantic Bute south
easterly winds, blich barometers and clear
weather prevail. In New England and Ibe
Middle elates southerly winds and clear
weather, with falling barometers, prevail.
For tho Northwest, the upper Mt'slsslppl
valley, and western lakes, and thence to the
Ohio valley westerly to northerly winds, oc
casional snow, rising barometers, and clear
ing weather. For tbe Gulf end south Atlan
tic Stat southeasterly to southwesterly
winds, falling barometers, partly cloudy
weather, with Increasing cloudiness aod rata
on tbe Gulf. On tbe lower lakes brisk south
westerly to north estcrly winds, threatening
weather, followed by light snow In the eve
ning. In the Middle States and New Eng
land southwesterly winds, cloudy weather,
with falling barometer and rain. Warning
signal ordered tor Dulutb, Milwaukee. Chi
cago,. Grand Haven, Detroit, Toledo, Cleve
land, aad Duflalo.
A Bom nr of Ik Ilatkirkllds.
A Loudon correspondent ot the Now Yotl
World says t
The very uppermost circles of society here
are azltated bv the renort of the Imminence
of an extremely unusual and startling event
A daughter of tho Rolhscbllds is about to be
married to a poor man, and this poor man Is
a Christian! The )oung lady who 1 thus
about to bieak with the traditions of her
family and dUresard the leachlnira of her re.
Lllrioni tbo daughter of Sir Anthony Roths
ohlld, and the man upon whom she Is re
solved to bestow hrr fortune nod her heart Is
tbe Iloo. Mr. Yorke, ft son of tho Earl of
Uardwlcke. I hasten lo nip La the bad the
sympathy with which this news may be re
ceived by members ot the Society for tho
Preparation of tbe Gospel among the Jews
by adding that Miss Rothschilds Is not "in
verted," aad that she Is not going to embrace
Christianity nor to renounce ber own rell-
Eton. She will remain a Jewess, and ber
uhband will continue to bo at least nomi
nally a Christian
The disapproval with which the aged aod
excellent baroact, her father, regards the
match Is said to bo Increased by his fail a re
to discover la his prospective txaujils any
qualities either ot bead ur heart which could
Justify oreveuexcuso what he regards as bis
daughter's lnfatuatloo, but. then it moat be
rememueroa mat ue is not in love witu air
Yorke, aud that his daughter hi, and this
make all the difference ia the world The
Rothschild have long formed ft sort of royal
family of tbelroau ratcrmarrviug only with
their cousins aud It Is said that every poa
tlble means of persuasion have been brought
to boar laialnunoa this voting lad r to In
duce her to abandon her resolve. The re
luctant consent oi ber lamer, or rather the
withholding of his positive prohibition of the
marriage, has at last been obtained, aod the
marriage, It Is said, will soon be celebrated
Tux nioet satisfactory election bet we have
heard of was tbat made by a Bridgeport
lady and gentleman on tbe eve ot election
If Grant rhould be clecttd the joung man
would win tbe lady, and W Greeley was
elected tho lady waa to bate the young man
The result shows tbat tho vouoir man won
the bet. and It Is stated on authority of the
yonnglady herself that sbo Is perfectly will
JnjE he ihonUbao the prize.
Mr. aod Mrs. Senator Cote, of California,
uro tAKeaaparlmeaU for the winter At WU
lsrd's. A rumor Is current tbat ft German will he
fflveo sarly la December la the new reception
rooms at Wonnle-'s.
Tbe eafagemeut Of Ml Effla Nicholson to
Mr. Daogerfleld, a prominent Virginian, is
announced. Thus Washington will lose
another one ot Iu handsomest belles.
Mr. Robert Lincoln, with his wife, arrived
In Washington last Saturday. For the last
year and a hair they have been traveling la
Ia a few days Miss Nellie Grant nronnaea
ft vjilt to Philadelphia;, where tha will bo the
guest ot Mrs. Borle, who accompanied her
In the late European trip.
Tho Horn Journal Is rospooslble or iho
statement that Secretary Fish and his family
will sail for Europe uext April. If tine, ibis
news Involves bis retirement from tha rah.
The maoy frleods aod admirers of Mrs.
Anna II. Dorsey will be happy to learn tbat
sue i i-Bpiaij recovering irom a severe HI
Dees, lier sketches are ot excellent char
acur. Mr. and Mrs. Commissioner Douirlau will
entertain their friend this season at their
new home, corner of Blxleeoth and I street.
Many pleasant anticipation are expressed
from Mrs. Douglas' presence lo society.
Madame M. de Geoffrey, nee Miss Kata
R'ggs, with her busbaod. who Is tha Frenrb
Minuter lo China, are now at Peklo, where
they recently gave ft splendid entertainment
to English and American people there.
Mrs. Rich lngS'Bern ard. alwar an mm.u.
la Washtngtoa, has better prospecU, her
friend will be glad to learn. Iron ore, of
floe qoallty and la great quantities has beeo
discovered oa tbe Rich logs farm lo Upper
Tbe capacious and eligible house at tha
corner of Twentieth and I streets has beeo
Ukenby Mr, and Mrs. Worlhlngton 8m lib
Their two daughters hare returned from
Europe, aod will assist at their receptions
Major Lee's residence on II streeL near
Fifteenth, haa been taken for the win tor by
Colonel aod Madame Freye, representing
rem la Washingtoo Their recepttens
of hut winter were dlsilngalsbtd for
elegance and the richest hospitality.
Tha Chevalier Joaode SouxaLobo. Mtnia.
ter from Portugal, his ukcu a large And
couveolent resldeocs on II, between Seven
teenth and Eighteenth strfTeU. Madamo
Lobo I greatly honored In diplomats and
social circles, aa much for her gentle aod dis
tinguished manner as her great personal
We hare been asked br a ladv "If it la
qulu the correct and proper thlog for a
mate escort at tbe theatre to get up and go
out three or four times, leaving her aloner"
v-jiiBuuj. .o-re is something about tbe
atmosphere of a theatre peculiarly stifling to
the breathing apparatus of a gentleman, and
ao occasional whlI of fresh air is absolutely
wwv.a.ij v ma cAiaicuccj aaa, oeside that,
It gives the lady a chance to flirt a little
without being; watched.
mi YIC35A xxromiox.
Too frequent mention cau hardly be made
of the great exposition of the Industrie at
all nations to ba made at the Austrian capluL
Ula to bo made the Ureal aud most compre
hensive world exhibition ever held, and IU
resulumnit be of tht supreme! benefit to
ail concerned. Wo learn from ft circular
lately Issued from the offlco of the United
Stales commissioners that "the park Jo which
the buildings are being erected has aa area
of orer 000 ftcre.'Tbo mala building, known
a the 'Talace of Industry," 1 to le about
3,000 feetln length, by SI feet la width. Thl
Is crossed by S transept, each 847 feet long
by 50 feet wide. Tbe grand central dome,
embracing an area, more than doable that ot
St. Feter'a at Rome, rests upon pillars 80 feet
high, has a span ot 394 feel, and rises la a
clear, unbroken arch 250 feet from tbe floor
The department devoted t tbe United States,
In the extreme western transept, Is most
favorably situated, being the one nearest tbe
City, aad, therefore directly lathe path of the
vast throng who may visit tbe building upon
foot or by the street-can.
The machinery hall is to be separate
building, 2,000 feet long by 150 feet wide,
landing parallel with tba Industrial Palace,
but about 400 feet distant- Our anap In thla
building Is also at tbe western end. Tbe bail
lor tue reception oi agricultural machinery,
tbeslxeof which ba not vet been communi
cated to this commission, 1 to be erected In
another part of the grounds. A large amount
of spaee la tbe Open air has also been re
served for our use, on which It Is expected
we shall erect such buildings as may heap-
f'ropriat aod ncceuary. The entire bulld
ogs and grounds will Include, aa extent
nearly six times larger than tbat occupied by
t ..kll.lllnn .1 TO..I.. I- UI
hue muiuimuu atiaiuiu AOUI.
Anotuer nart of tha circular uua that am
plications from exhibitors are now reaching
tbla office from all oarU of tha countrr. ami
others who desire space should apply for blank
foriuo aa buuo a poaaiuie. me lasteet date
at which such applications will be received
cannot now Ie stated, but will be published
ucioaiKi. at ib uvjasu aua uoiiCTOU tnatlOn'
gross will make provision for the transDorta
tlon of the exhibition artlcla. nf which dns
notice will be given. In some quarters oppo
sition U manifesting Itself to an appropria
tlon by Congress for the expenses of tbe
American department of the cxhlbltiou, but
there is every reason to believe that the ap
propriation will be made early in December,
and our country will not be disgraced by a
parsimony as contemptible as It would be un-
wiaa ana luexcusauie.
The exhibition wilt not be a mere advertis
ing agency, as these croakers would hat us
believe, but ft grathertogof tho productions
of all the earth, and a friendly contest for
national superiority. Information upon mat
ters connected with the exhibition will be
cheerfully given on personal or wrllUn appli
cation to Thomas B. Van Buren,
United BtatcsCoramlulonerGanerat -n
We can see no just argument which can be
urged against an appropriation by Congrei-,
and a liberal one, too, lo behalf of tbls enter
Tub Leorano Hoax, A very graphlo de
scription was given In a Paris paper, and
went tho rounds here, of the finding of the
remains ot the unfortunate and gallant Capt.
Louis Legrand, who perlibed In the waten
of tha Selno In ft noble attempt to pass the
river during the edege, Tha body of the cap
tain was fished up from the bed of the Heine
riiTciopcu in a airing apparatus, and H was
given Christian burial When the remains
of the unfortunate officer were first discov
ered some doubt waa thrown urwm lha atn
but this was remoieJ by the letter from ft
uurmaa uuicer conarming 11. At last the
uaj iur tuo luucru waa aououOCCU.ana rj)ADV
patriou flocked to Cholay-le-RoL where ft
waa thta related that Admiral J an res bad do
uvcrou . uiuot toucumg mnerai oration over
the tomb of the rail ant fellow whnhnd i
Ished two yean before In endeavoring lo
mink, uaivucf tu i an, it 1 tOO Dbd now
to learn tbat tbe whole story has been
trumped up, and that ucitber tbe direr, the
German officer, nor tha fnnaral nratinr. .
had any existence bat la the imagination of
a l'afrlalan liwinl.l
Aod TpT0i.M-Th DrlOeM cotre
.poDdent of Uie Urerpool Courter undi lo
tii.t )urDl tli. Item followlosi Tber. U 11
prenl Utlor In DrUtld.la ?lioroo. htritb.
. On. lu(. tarlolM, rtpaud to t 300 J.r
MluM. a Tone, or Dria.M hn a1,.
for wk .ko. Uo th. ! ol btr cOecU It
wm iiraMOU. to Un. 80M1 limn, of Drtleld.
Iu boM poMjulon li now ll IlU.tttedto
hv bten In Mb. Tonn.1, ftmlljr 100 je.rti
ltbMt. in.rk, on It, .hall which Indicate
tbUltUaJOmnpl Kb Thm .u.l0itd
wtlh the batjlu of th. tortol.. knni .i... 1.
add, n KldlUon c.l. to Iu .hall ererr CO
..an. and thl. (rtrlnlu I... w ..'. ,
Thj common lea of th. tortoU. 1. reckoned
at 80 jearh tutUier. are man. well-antban-tlcated
Inilance. ot their hailnr Itd a much
louger Umo There waa on. In the Anb-
which was knoifn lo hare llfcd fttorc i 1
uuuw v.uicruurj . taraeo, at Lambeth,
ACTION OP TUB n A II II OP PL'BLIU
UOHK-t HAT UK DAY.
Mrs. K, Llodsaj'a rtqaait,to her lb eon
cral pavtmsot Uktn up la front of No. til
. P'so for th parpoi of IbjIoi waUr iti
rlo to tb bom, was rtiuied.
C If. Uonnlnihsm wss dlrwtsd to bar tb
pirimani on L street, between Man nth and
i-.i.hth streets, takaa up, In order to step a
SIDSWALtS TO Bl RILAIl.
CI, W Uoodall was directed tolmmodlatatr
rslsy tb sldawalkCtakao un br btra la Uvloar
a ; en F atrsot, btwso Four aod e-faall
aua oi a ia auoota.
WAITIBO POA TBE HOajt.
Th president of th Potomae toaaraaeeUoai.
pany waa Informed that tb dirt la tb allay ad.
joining th premises ef th company would be
rtmovod as soon as bonss could b uplojod.
QUAES NO. 170.
F, HO. FstlUglll, having reqoaitsd that
th allay la square No. 1T0. rsesntlr condemns
b graded aod paved, was Informed that a bow
allay bas Uoa condemned, aad w 111 be finished
The contractors oa Elsvooth street. harlDr
been raUrdod la their work by th objection of
proptny noiosrs, wno want tht brick la tb
yerts, Mr. U. W Can olo fbam was directed to
uvtuj ma wninoitri iq taao toe oricK and rt
lay ibt sidewalks at ooe.
My. O. B. JJallty was Informed tbat tbs slrssl
opened by lb Centre Market Company, from
Seventh to Ninth lrt, between B and 0
streets, U not a pubiio ihoroaghfarc,
Ptrmliiloa was (ranted William Molrbcad
to 17 itwsr connections from his boose, No. 1631
Fourteenth street northwest, to tht Fourteenth-
COST 0P RA1S1IO BCILDIfrO.
Tb eblsl tog tnetr, lo a oommuBioaUoa to the
board, laggeats that sob anlrorm rule bt
adopted lorernlog the oost or raisins: balldings,
aDderplDDlnf the samo, and filling np lots, bub
In Washington end acorrttown.
BOS WILL'S CONTRACT.
The chief engineer wu Instructed to cancel
Albert Oleaion's contract for pulling up the
material on 1 enth and Twelfth and Fob r taar.tr.
streat,and bt wasdireeted to Bnlsb tola rnr
! mi GUBiragt waa awaruca to r. Au
CONTRAOT A WIS DID.
Tumpklos It Buck I contract for ooBitmo-
Uon of a tawsr oa F street northeast waa
amended so as to ombraee the ooestraetloa era
1) sewer aeoordlog to speclfieatlons, wltb man
boles, ac, at the prices named.
Joba Q. SUtford was denied permlsitoa to
rsmov isod from the canal at tb Intsriso-
tion or N street southwest, as reqaeattd by him
Thtcblefeoglaeer was directed to eeas tbt
stent to bt Ukta oat or tht walls of tht old
eanaloa D street and piled up lo aomeeoave
Bitot nlao. aod also to bare tht none from tba
canal walls near O street north wait takaa oat
aaddsllveredat some point oonrtDlentto tbt
Slbrew k Lylts were dented ptrmliiloa to b
allowed to occupy one hood red feet or the north
side or tbe oaaal west or Sixteenth etrtet, for
tbtparpostor landing iaad for use ol toatrao
Ioia, as reqaesttd.
THE BAIL 1.0 AD A(tIDIT AT fflLH!lfJT0.
The coroner's Jury which met At Wilming
ton on Saturday to lotestlgato the causes
which produced tbe death ot Henry C Frlta
returned the following verdict
That Henry C. Frlta came to his death by
a collision tbat occurred about 300 yards
south of Ellerslle SUtlon, between the train
that left Philadelphia at 11.30 oa tbe nlgbt ot
the 21st Inst, and tbe train which left West
roiiaueipnia at euout 14 w, on ue mornioi
by or through tbe Incompetency and neglect
Anthonv Rue. conductor of tha irala
leaving raiiaaeipuia al li 30 p. m. on tbe
nlgbt of tbe 21st of No ember, 1873.
A warrant was uboefiULnilvl-aiiLd hv Cor
oner Wlnslow for the arrest of Conductor
1 be Wilmington Cjmmercto. of Saturday
Rhes tho following particutarala regard lo
the condition of the wounded The FriU
family, whose Injuries were ot a more serious
nature than any tbe rest of tbe wounded, are
resting as comfortably as could he expected.
Tho phjslcians, Drs Kane and Bollock, ore
mora hopeful this morning of the recovery of
Charles 1.. Fritz. Ills mother still lies la a
ery critical condlllloa
Mrs FrtU's left arm was not brokeo, but
the right one was aud has been set Ooe leg
was broken at tbe ankle and the other near
tbe knee, but owlug to the compound nature
of the fracture they Late not been set Her
physicians visited her this morning for tbla
purpose, but luey were not only unable to
perform tho work, but did not know when It
could bo done Ono of the wounds, they
think, will hare to be probed
Mn Fritxlscalia aod composed this morn
ing She U perfectly resigned to her (ate. If
the wort comes, and expresses a wish for
death, aa. she now has nothing to lire for
She rested nulto comfortably durlnir ibenlirhL
Mr Charier E, Frits is also composed ible
luuruiuK, aittr a Distil ot quiet root 111a in
juries are onlv In tha abdumen When die-
covered yesterday bo wit blccdtn profusely
from tbo mouth and nostrils, a hemorrhage
having ensued, but It 1 thought that this
was caused by tbe Injuries la the etoraavh
aod proceeded therefrom
Mn Lena i rltx, his wife, with the excep
tion of her bruises. Is doing welL She Is
about tne nouee this morning, and was down
stain at breakfast
Tbe others of tbo wounded are doing very
Quern Victoria and tub Collier, Ac
cording to the Wolverhampton Chronicle,
during the vtilt of tbe Queen to Dunrobln
Castle, the scat of tbe Duke of Sutherland.
a few weeks ago, lha following locldentoo
currcdi The Duke Is having a shaft sunk on
nis estate for toe purpose oi proving some
valuable mines, and there are engaged lo the
work several colliers from Bbrupsblre, ser
vant of tha LUlesball Company The Queen
being told of tbe mining operations expressed
a, deal re to visit ibe spot, whither she was
eaoorted by the Duke. Whilst Her Majesty
waa standing oa the bank Inspecting the
work It commenced to rain, A few yards oil
one of the men, named Cooper, was sawing
some ttabcr for tbe shaft, aod, heedless of
the rain, continued bis work without a coat
Presently be was surprised to feci a light
touch, and on looking up perceived the Duke,
who laid a costly rug orer his shoulders, at
the same lime exclaiming, "Tbe Queen re
quested me to present you with her own rug,
you may keep It and wear It," The proof of
the story, namely, the "rug," U In the pos
session of tbo oor man.
.rrALLtNO 6c eke Last Bandar a calam
ity took place In tbls cliy tbat filled with
horror the stoutuat hcait The Democratic
Hag-staff, near the City Hotel, being discov
ered lo be leaning from Iu base, It was coo
lectured that It was oa the nolntof falllns-.
and the rlty trustee set about having it taken
down. To this end they employed Nlcholo
Blacovlch, of thl city, to uoshlp ibe top
mast He ascended by a rope to a dlsunce
oi niueiy ieet tne icngin oi toe maiamast-
ttuiu inn aviv iui witu at iiiuituuuui VI aau,
tearing awer a corner of the hotel joreb and
shade trees in front. Nlcholo was killed in
stantly Tho disaster look place in tbe pres
ence of a host ot cltlxene ineo, women and
children many ot whom turned away their
face from the awful scene Deceased was
a single man, and bas a father living. The
nag-sian wa rotten at the base and eaten
away by grabs. Tuolumne Cat) Idptnd
In anticipation of tha annroarklntr winter.
and with the view of obviating as far as pos
sible the numerous accldcnU and deaths from
drownlnr which vearlr occur, owlnir to tha
great depth of water at most of the places
at-feaslble to London, a society Is Di course ot
onuMion wnicn win namoer among iia mem
ben most of the leading supporters ol tbe
various aibletlc aod swimming dabs tn that
city, for the urposo of eeubllshtng a "rink '
club. It Is proj oaed to rent ft piece of ground
of about four acir la extent, aad havlag ex
lavaled It to tbe depth of tbout two feet, to
lav oa a supply of water from the mala. As
this 'rink" caa thus ulgUtly be flushed wltb
water, tbe Ice will always he la good condi
tion, aod death from drowi log (owing to Its
shallowness) be rendered Impossible. A
charge of two i ence a dsy will be made, and
after pavlog Incidental expense, tbe balance
uioa uauucq over 10 ina Koval lltrmana
HOTEI OF TBI DAT.
It Is most Lime to repobttsh Bt-uUial
Wairiwotor'a nurse ftre dying off like
St. Lot is coal pickers make flra dollar a
A jot lb it Lira Is worse to bear than one
of actlro grief, says Faber.
Tns servant girls ot LefayeUt, tod., are
organising ft strike.
Prussia t hereafter to use AmerlcAoteper
for her bank notes.
Six white oxen compote the champion
team of Newjort, Ohio, at present.
Tab vouns ladr who tl.rn.rtit aha mbM
make her voice clear by straining It made ft
Tin man who finds everrthlmr rood U bo
more trustworthy than he who finds every
An ILLITERATE MAN avs lha onlr aafa rnbi
to follow In punctuation I to call ft word
what It would be least likely to sound like.
II T A RECSNT LAW In New llamnahlnt a
woman dlrorced from her bnsbind caa again
assume her maiden name.
Tna reUrlnary surgeons of (I recce wres
tled with the epltootlc aa long ago a the
year ill II U
Aiitkalu and California, It Is estimated,
hare together produced gold amounting In
value to fl,600,000,a since 185J.
The prevailing chicken disease Is gene
rally believed to have beeo contracted from
tbe Democratic rooster fine ibe election.
ANelgbt-lo hand doc; team earrte the mall
from Temple ton to Pbllllaon, Me , lha horses
all being oa the sick list,
8t Paul schoolmasters have become so
tyrannical tbat they won't allow boys to
carry bowle-knlvee and revolren any more
Tbi bearer of an Important temperance
Industriously cbewiog coffee ExeKang.
xouno LADiBAwDoare learnioa' Lo akaia
are putting more staffing In their waterfalls
and making other preparations for falling
down oa the Ice. rWw.B.it Prt:
Thr Ivorv teeth of -'the Hr-ar' in nn
longer to be seen la Memphis. Tbe sevaga
bcaau tbat for ft loutz time have bean detour.
lug the tender youth of that city hare bow lo
ecea "green uuaa ana pastures new,"
The Chicago Timet puts tbe solemn co
nundrum: "How can we escape fire'' The
gospel offers you every encouragement, bal
perhaps your ' best hold" Is tu get out ot
Chicago JV. 1 Coininerctdi.
"Accobdino lo a sUteuent made by tha
PatU faculty of physicians, the blood of the
one hundred thousand men killed by tbe
Franco-Prussian war would have yielded
Iron enough for 9,031 gun barrel.
Taa goat teams of Chicago are fttuccese,
and as they eat newspapen It doesn't cost
much to feed them A single copy of tha
Cblcazo Jima. atlsfies an average WUUam
goat tor twenty-four hours. LouittiiU
TnaiB mule, which bare been In a Ne
vada niloe at a depth of eleven hnndrad feat.
loce September, 1871, are to be banted oat
ooa. They are lo excellent condition, aad
apparently thrlra ft well la tbe utter dark
ness of tbt; mine as those In daylight above.
Tna friends of ft famous skater, who died
In New York receutly, would like to know
exactly what the minister who preached tha
funeral sermon meant by bU pathetic sUte
ment that he had "gone where there Is no
A Kansas man wu "setback" the other
day by a couple of squaws entering hU
house, whom be had forgotten he had mar
rled a few years ago on the plains. What
cheers blm op U the fact that ft Kftusae court
has decided that when a white man marries
a aonaw after tha Indian faahloo. tha nma
Is legal aod binding upon tha husband.
A coRRxaroRDSNT of tbe Boston Adorr-
f.sereaytj "Many conerraure underwriter
place the loss by the Boston flra at 75.000,000,
and aa Insurance of 50,000,000, of which
fifteen or twenty millions are borne by British
companies, la which, slnos the Chlcage fire.
maoy juuuricu tompauie aava reineaiea.-
'GcwTLRMRR. where do voa think that
beefsteak cornea from? aald tba landlord,
planting his thumb In h's waistcoat arm
boles. "'From near the horns," was the quiet
reply ot one ot the boarder. It U singular,
but tbat landlord has not put any conun
drums to thoaa boarden alnco.
About midway up Laura street, Jackson
ville, Fhk, may be seen a tree which exhlblU
fall grown oraegee and lemon and growing
Ida by side, both apparently In ft floaxrithlBic
condluon. The lemon has been grafted upon
the orange tree with remarkable taeoese and
attracU general attention.
Tvb physicians la charge of tha Black
wetl's Island Lunatic Asjlum gave taa In
mate of that lastitatlon a bail a few even
ings since, as a means of dissipating their
melancholy. The musicians were patleoU,
as were the dancers. The affair wound np
with a general jig. In which ail participated,
and wherein every thine was danced, from a
plantation breakdown to tbe maxoarka.
It will be remembered that Theodore
Thomas was to bare commenced a season of
hi orchestral concerts on the second nurni
of the Chicago fire. By a curious coincidence
no was also to nare rommencea season in
Boston on the second night of lu fire. If
tbls kind of thing keepe on much longer ln
ruraoce companies will be apt to Increase
their charge la cities which this Incendiary
musician Is advertised to vlslL CWcoja
Tna Dulath tlcraid has obtained the Infor
mation "tbat the joint boundary commission
have located the boundary posU at potnu
seven hundred feet north of the posU located
by Major Joba Long la 1833, and about ooe
thousand four hundred yard south of tba
line located by CspUlo Heap In lbTl. Tba
new line U about two aod a half miles north
of Pembina, and brings the English custom
house inside of oar territory.
It Is claimed that the tmmlgranU who
landed on our shores last year added up
wards of t285,000 000 to the national wealth,
computing their value merely aa unskilled
laborcn. Statistics show, however, that 40
per cent, of the male ImmlgranU have been
trained to various punulu, half of whom
are skilled laborers aod workmen. Tbe value
ot these men to tbe country can hardly be
An Akron, Ohio, cat, relying upon hlsnlne
lives to save hlra, allowed his tall to swell,
bl spine to carve, aod wilh tbe "banner cry
of hell" emanating from bU Jaws, waded
Into a buxx saw that was la rapid motion.
The cat was never seen again, but tbe boss
sawyer, who always stood wltb his mouth
open while at work, remarked to his assist
ant that he could "taste fid d test ring and
auiagemeat la the air that morning."
Tbers U one man la town who U ao mean
he watches where tbe boys hide their gam
before going into scnooi, ana men steals
every ' chaw1' he can lay bis hands ou, and
remodels It toto penny sticks that be sells to
them again He never gets hold ot any gum
owned by the girls, because It Is tied to their
necks by a string, ao they can chew It lu
school, and without swallowing UTUuiviU
Tna Savannah Adrtrtuer savsi ' We hare
received a bunch of baoauss, raised by J. D.
Gould, fourteen miles from Savannah, on tbe
Ogtecnee canal, as large, well formed, and
luiiy npe aa any irom too tveot luaiaa inl
ands Whether It be a peculiar specie
adapted to this climate or noi we are not In
formed, but certainly It Is en Inducement to
any one to raise such fine fruit right In our
BxroRB the great fire of London itrettt
were extremely crooked, and so narrow tbat
the houses, each story of which overhung
tha next, came near euough together for lov
ers to shake hands, If not to kiss, from gar
ret to garret over the way. House were
generally of wood or lathed aod plastered
oa the outside. Tbe fire consamod 18,000
hoasee, aod nearly all the cbarche aod hall
of the seclloo devastated, and the lore was es
timated from 10 to U millions sterling, lu
extent was more than a mile la length, and
one half mile In width.
A Detroit man wanu to sell a patent pis
tot cane or a promising Newfoundland pup,
be doesn't caro which He went home the
other night, and set bl cane, heavily charged,
behind tbe door, and sUrted In lor a Utllo
romp with three bright Utile one and tbe
sportive pup They got along well enough
until pup spied tbe cane, and, going for It,
started on a promtscus run around chain
aod ublo legs wilh It between bis teeth.
Tbe doling father remembered the fatal
cQoctof a blight pressure on a eprlug, aod
wltb rare presence ot mind succeeded la
throwing the children down the cellar suln
and placing himself on the top of the side
board before the thing went off Tbe ball
only broke a hundred-dollar mirror and tbe
pap got a few slight scratches In Jumping
through a plate-glass window. The doctor
ears the children will all recover. No Insur
ance. Tan CouraiTiof or tbi CmsiraiiL
.hd Obio fUlLBOAD W learned at the
ofhee of the Cheaapeake and Ohio Railroad
Company yeaterdaj tbat but Iwenta-nlne
mueeoi iraca. leu...... tw t" """t
Klchmood and nantlOKtoa. Tbe whole die
lance between the two rilece. U foarboodred
and twentr mllee, and from thla end Uireo
hundred mile, of track baa been laid, from
Huntington eutward nlnetyone mllea.
TrackvUjlnf la pronreralnir at thr rat. ot
about half a mile per day, and If the weather
contlnnea tolerably good In a few week, the
road will bo entirely completed.
Good proem, la being made on the Church
II111 tunnel. a
Tbe railroad company aro preparing to
enlarge their car-ahopa In thla city by the
I addition ot new buuainee, wnicn nan
Irted. Vfcrj commenced..- JhrA. JCnjulrrr, iff.