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DISPATCH. 98 189o THREE CENTS VVM COPT. DR. HOGE'S PASTORATE Commemoration of the Forty-Fifth Anniversary of It. A LIFE-WORK CROWNED (TWur?tt,l?te>rv A>1.lre??|.? by (.nvernnr Mcfclntf. r and l>r?. IIml 1 and 4 hity, Hl.l.op? WlhMM, Itinilolph. and Olli, re, I ' ' ' -?..will (,f lbs ! u,...n tin- victor i>f many cam? ! rjoaferred npoa D. . 1 or forty-five i ! - before ' his tall nu?) lit] - hu ' mils of . -?? like . ke t'lt? ed the fur lirrs ? ncoin ' : .i per a i. ?nfid . ' herless . id for ' ' . ? Il g< !.'-P.11-, s man .,f - , . faith ?d j ' if r every a m liiin-li ? ? nil the ' .it he ? ? ? . ? palian?, ? - re t.. , ' i (I 11 I Til III i ami w (ml ?i ? if the I 'HIT. : : : ? Rain fell in ? ? ? ! : ' ' I'le i.r ? 7 o'clock, .' fill' ?! I 111.1.1 pencil than I. ? . every iin in the ?i ? ? k ili. ? : .!, Illi'l ? |. ? ? ; Rabbi 1 ?i ? . ? .,f the : 1 .III IV ' ' I ' lla'l. i |, Ran lolph, M. ? Uishttp Wilson, .. I' ! unton; Dr. I Rev. I,. I right of tin ?leaker's '? I rnor P. I \ !? r. ' ' ? u, ..id Colonel ('. ??? npi. 'I . M. Oil. n, Mr. ;? ll ??. Jr.. Mr. " ;; ? I ?rever, anil M isbiirt*, ' i ? II. pr. -i . < ? f Dr. 1 ' ': "luis. ? i " aid ' ; id w of '?' te fl lell'l Ipltll : . .i une? i .Ali ?. l'hilii? McKmney. ? cllpit'l ... .; i, i ' l I'nivi i '.ity o? Mil V.l. ' " . tj tnv were ut needed A pi? asniit I'd I ?nil nf - filled vvitli chairs ? i large sudi ; rfnlly iinpres . ? ? ? ; lingaudien? ??. -:ikiintC "' non? - , 'houi i..\. rent at .??!, the time and ? . . ?- them . choir, l?''l i.r . i. BIOS, i,pell".I _ll ill.US Mltlli.Il), .'? ls.._II?,'AVltll . time. .. ri Henry, one ..f the of ? ' ? church, "ii behalt ??f the I . efully and .. nted the Rev. M. C. . . |. |. | rard< ounty, Va. who rlj in rv head in ' ???., 1 His petit ?I 11 e ?as sin pie, earnest, ii i wh '? he i leade I a th.. proceedings ol the .. foi the favors i ?? ? ? I pastoi ' h? had i"-'''i ' adowi : ailtT'l?-?! hrn ol doing ol bis minia 1 BOBS. ?it he ppv'tatniu?' avis g ni r.is. \ ,. ation," ai I tbe an in ? paper was t.. be reu'l i -. R? r. ? pastor "i tbe Fourth cbarch ? of l'r. ll'V' cation ? . ? ??? ai l< ' ued tr'.iii the meet? ? urge . t a miniaterial dntv, IU-1 Mr. Tarnball, pastorol tin? oi?l MiaaioD, tooa In* plaee. hearty exoi ? rterian Btlalsters "f mi? ir ap n ol Dr. 11 "_??'* ?tors, and cam? ? :m nt, the eii't-U'-ut work he TiiEoovr. ? ? r M- K.iiiiev. looklai bandaosaa ? | I.luck t-uit, iitivv Step]. ? to ih" fr?.ut und siiel i..i,tlein?-ii. Hi"* ?S a MM? ,,ii.n*l ?-vent vvim-h liust ceiled ,,f |.t pie l.'l't tlier tO fortv-fifth anniversary ' in. pastorate of our bel??ved brother. l'r. Mose? D. Mogo. ,, , f am gratified al this vast assouibly. It ?la are ii"t uiipc.tcttil. : not ok beyond tbe coalna? i ? , I ? rewards ?for food deeds don? vbil? w? ..i. !.. ri - 11"' p?'"p!'_ ?U'A? ii.aud the people Bftt? . ? it? it. Iti. iluto ku U?_u a good aud true mat. ; ?Maas loved an.i asr/red his eoaatry l liniv. m p..!,,-.. ati'l in w..r, and ti-pe *******io honor bin and to love bin t. H?; h'i?l...?'UB faithful Ben ut .1 living (?od, and < btistian paopls witl ? ? t<? churches, are heretosbowl i' i. and high admiration f..r him Ihe lY'-livt.-iiiu, Chnr.-h rreryw 1 r<.t!t t>,.? rt- r: ' r?an churches one of itsrn..st i'-l members to unite with a terrier? this evening, ?ml ?we come i?r. ii .?ii n? one of the most pr ii?m men in tbe 1 ? ? _h ,r, 1, it giyeem? gresi pleasure to ? hnn to this ?m,h I'll. ham., ru/ m | roBA 1>r ?*?' ?- ? ? a by birtbaad ? ?tature, being more thai ' ' obatyy weighing isntind?. II: . hi?exi sion km.lit. mu? hi? for -hue! ?ndicatn tal power. He is th. post the riftn?Aveuue Cresbvterian enure ;;'"*'. '?"'? ?? foremost an : in Amen II" ha . ? amount ? : - ' and hm a area? ? lorehonse ?,f anecdote? ' despise? tu et i hupp?, r n "I fore? i, . ? ? . M, k, ' ' ' ' ?t. saying the re ?'?., tin? delightlul meeting ii rvn I \ ? lations in n I State . Kot only these people in Ii land, and Wales. Speaking ol hen,. immer, he said he ' ?r. Hog*'? i tinned b? man* pi oplt? trl ?I 'Pr. Hogej preach ?1 - re. H ? i . : one i H( re I ?? ?i.... ol s ting in London, wl Dr. Mi.ee was a ?peak? r, and ol the won and a I m ?ration ol a gentleman who sa? ind who a k'-,i : ?? i* that young i II? .'?? an An ? rent! '-" [ Laughter. 1 Hall replied " \ ? ." r, hen upon be he un expression a ?. the pulp:: "f the to wl gentleman I ?va? ant H ? would g? t tl. it gentleman's v? i ... _,__,] n) . 1 ne compl tin? I I tl "1-1 h self m era i k, and here be i : very graphically the amount of w< Mich a ii wtorattj as Dr. lioge's I i I .... r?. Hei : people think who had never thought , this i?.f,,re of th" mental and phvsi ? ?I tivi mill ftirty ?ears m the mil i tl"- ?'p'-.i endurance and ?at t man must h ive who i ml ?? Ration with ? ti ' llioll. I': ? I people nli- | rig an I en? n fee ? ' upon catecliisi i? little el ild upon the prayer? she J I been taugl M omforj : ami ghtddi d? <1 to fin : ? couji : with her parents' names m the I,: for? tod' favor. " *"ii/.'-'l Dr. Hoge us ? r of the bit pel ol :h" glorious (tod," and he rou? ? If t... 1,'iint ni hi i.'I.i- i.-i eh? , :-.-? to til?? who h!,.- Dr. H ? d ur< th? <? pel pi an I i: nadulti rat? I. In ' . mi, Dr. Hull said : " I forty-five year?, of faithful "it:, this Gospel iu this city Dr. Hogc, I can s ?vi a i, ime, Ian m t be n une i In? love, i-ra? iule, g . nclutliug ? tunal city, tin- I -? it? . bill also i itside their lean, ? I i? ? ? i 'pa pleasure to me to this i Qvictioi BISHOP v. OaON. 'II ? UOovei nor J. Hoge Tyl 1 - of An ingements had ? ntr? ?lucing It i? A. W. Wil 'a.. D. II., ,.! th? , .1 Church. South. Mr. I yl i few words. I .- "iily ne "? -arv to call t I : une. ! ? Hishopis .'ii? of the brain lern pulpit. In his sermons si rti "Ut m a leisun Iv pa low. Hese? "I ? tl.-, ? ' ? die. I , ? ? is ; but golll -' al.liu' m hi? plu inands ?tl ' \ lus lil^'llllc You fit ti -A it Lie! humor; that I of inform i? i >u is v? ry broad, ai ] thai I ? ru? it o m in tl I a- : ni 'lit he '" for nil tl ; chin the con? ues of the Sonthei ; M. tl: ? " I leu C .- touch ot Irish blood in n " l ' in'? help I? 1 n<liiiirins tl"- Pi 1 am a M own and ?ill th" wi thro? ol Metbodis ? i Di Hog? ' ? ?? aid aat most emphal rallv, ' ' than an , ? ru Presbyterian ChUTt'l ei t ice is n r . \a'iipie ol long-rontinui ii pin intv, w 111, ? ? i lia? nol ilei ; ? the yeiii have * a-? ??? 1 bv. This ??a? il ???. The llicbmond chu? bail ' ?-..,. irociutio ?. man. S| ? Dr. Hoec's pop? he i. id become - . has look? I ii'*" every . . . ? sympathii l.'ll'i. tl lie ?? pi ? ' l1' ? 111 We. p 111! |, juif? - AA ?th tl' '-?' V? i??> PI' I . ne 1 tl,:? great populan? ! it tor years wil to his ' MM d, Av h' rever lin hl ' K 1! Wits lis a l'p he I, i rmod lus duty, an ?lili, nu:: '" hi? faith. Th the Hishop admired in every man, even ? bold i" In- own ? reed. D II had also retained his individual coi victions through nil hi? long servie? ?m I what is im iv. U.'ii-, be ha? mad? n . b\ this ? ur? ?, 11" had nav? : : roui le ?i Ins chu? h. Thi? s mai wl, .h ci ired the Hishop Such a ma should not bo shut down in one place al hi?, life, suggested Bishop Wilson, addin with a ?mile " i on know I am a Metbodis? niel believe in itinerating." Bishop Wilson spoke about fifteen mil , id no sneaker had better attentioi than he, and no worda s??,keii seemed t hate a more pleasing effect than did lus. I'll. I I'KI'.V. Mr, M. M. Oilliam, in s speech , of Hon. J. I ?I. Cui i - (formerly Ministe t?,Spain), introduced thai gentleman as a? oral,.!-, statesman, philanthropie?, am Christian W? rk< r. Ihe Doctoi was m fine ?rim tor talkinp and threw in? igood deal o humor. Atother times he grew eloquen? and his gi nees were greet?-? with muffled iipplit,i-e. 11- referrc. I particularly to Dr. Ii :??'- 1 il ? ,.until's. Many foreiga aodicm e ? :. ! with his lectures, n which have bes n illustr?t? d hi? voriedp ?a i, e ol?? rvution, broad sympath? love ? i nature and art, graphic portraitur? oi place- an ! ' ? : and men, and hu geutlv.sulnluing or over-mastering elo oiieti... Dr. H ?gerepr? ?ented the Cbri? f the South m tbe tl'irk and peni i . when amid hunger and destitu tionof material 1 L'Tir? le with the Bread of Lit? and make their civil institution? and tier B()U8i ,-. ii ! act conform to the intiillil'1? ?..?, hin - ' ' the Divin?. One. 11?- vieitei England and ? rough! back many thonaan? cine? of the S-npturcs for distnbutloi among oui soldiers. [nconclnsion, Dr. Carry said of Lit H H,, h., ? i ictionot knowing tn ad thevel lid of post.'ntv upon BIB Hi? , ,,rs. Her.- is the disinterested, un , idiced estimate, not of the partial, el let-Donate household exclusively bot o tbo?e "f othi r communions who loo? doi through tbe colored medium ol tatitaati acquaintance of church feUowabiP, bu! through the clear white hirht ol calm ob Bervatioit and ol unbiassed judgment. our friend, while aUnring otuere t, brighter worlds, ha? himself been ????JI sermon of the truths" be hastaugbL MB has not been ?oleh buownmem. L-relup nor contracted dose within nor. mw ?treets. but a lerever humanity bai itunmoned be has b? b ?? - ?t bau-?. wiiti"u'. rasasati To ?Atrf? Un? tut. t ? saaaw 'ho n?troi*od. MBSOV SSBIMfr? Bb-tsop A. M. Randolph, of the KpJseo. p?l Church, ws? gi .??????lullv ^reseated by ' 'olot..:?'- ??? Hark? Itl". He U-gsii, hi??ir - 'narks with a personal rrderence t.. Rev. I r ?ui.fr. who wit* Dr. HoifVs ?rede :!.:^;,;\?,h..wo,kh.r l.w,n,^l??M-!-: ? ?ible theButhop ?aid, to spaak ;>[ Mlibs .,,i;-rr.!ationslL'.i have ex:?te. 1.? vv.-ei. live v? ars that Luve passed. ll?.allu?le.l to ??mauv culls that ha I eli..,iiexle Bdedths Doctor to other eiti.-s, iind e?|?eciallv t.,a B the'ar South w?Hit.wb^oa^unt ?rs^-iu:'?,,^ ?tc?? ?"v;.i'bi. wpTopie u?i to'.1,-?1;.: Christian tinitv tnwi?h for. and he thr? all tins h*ti i.n larajely hroagbt ai?.?! Dr. Boge'a work. A? an illustration that the pulpit i I iag i?s powi r the Hishop, in conclu referred to tbe forty nve v?ars in ?? |)r. Bogs ha? Dteaened from oae l" aii'l in? rrospelnafl the bsbm ?-harms after tbi? long tuno the psopls ??till to hear him. m v. mi. BSSBi Bar. Pevtoa B. Boga, D. D? latrod Rev. Dr. B. P. Kerr h? the represent of tbe s, uthern Pr? ??? U ? ta Chun b. ipeak? r ?1, - lared that l'r. Hog? loved i.v all the 100.000 sottl? In theft ??ru Presl vter.aii (':. in h. Be has ri i of pulpil e_ ? and ?nils ministry in the sentiment of tbe pa He ha? ?mide it ?aster for th? preach? do their work !??" BUS? Ii" ii'?? m?'!" ' a Christian minister bonorob this great Commonwealth and I ?r \.,ii'l ii. Be baa doae Bis u" "'I ? by Ins preaching, by hi? soi vatiam, by th* life be has h which baa been for half s aw in th" pill,lie ,.Ve ? 1 ami I baked even I trping worl?L t of the I're-i-.t. i has been glad to haveDr. Bog? cnpv the Mod? rotor'? ? hair in bn? such ? success! ?n a? Palmer, PI mer, I ?al ney. Hi Dart, i l?r. ' Ken ' i ?eed hi* si* ?el follows "Tl : for? real 1 irst, tor all ? - and members "f the Sontl ferian Church to praj I loved friend may long lie spared to ? .??... may shun- on ?I sad far into th"fiit and when we raaka this prayerletall i? opl? of every denomination Dr. Robo*? Addrs?? When Dr. Kerr bad ? Deluded all i ? irned toward I?.. h re, who qui ? on "ii" corner of .n l walked to the table arrac forth? his band? hind him and earefulli audience for ?evi ral second . I [olio ' It is difficult to find wordsln whicl express the commingl 'l i i ei bj t!n- annivei Firs? of all, I trust my i _ gratitude to Ood for sparing ( . the hour; gratitude tor permit! long in tl"' ministr, the <l..-i el; gratitude for the unbi w . \. ? .I between pi "pi" and myself and f??r ti? ll ha? " made their relation? . ach "Pier h ? delightful. The l l?-asi and the benefits wbi? b result from Bin b? ? ir?l have lie? n so banpily portrayed in ol tl ?' ' ". ? : wl a frei h and inspiriting imprest i -nit \ of ti,.- p aim whose open word? always tall like music on tbe ea toning heart. " Behold, how u ?? p . i.t it i- for brethren dwell together in unit)." Next, I desire mosi affectionately to ciprocat ' ? urances of r? i ' fid? ??' fi ? (pressed in the re*olutioni the i'resi t terian Pastors' Associ?t i ill tLe more welcome to me beca drafted b?i tii" brother in charge a colony from own, and rciH tu tin- nudience ' theOld-Market Hull, who is n ? ing that enterprise with signal s i l?i Hoge then paid a warm andafl tribute ? rnoi McKinn in,.I ; roceed? ?! as follow?; And what response can I : cordial and l"?iii?: word? spoken by i revered and honored brethren vv have come from their near or dist homes t,, honor this occasion with th preaence and to lay m? und? r obli| ?an never n pay I'.v then generous approval 1 I (IATIOK8 TOA! ItWK -OBI It might be supposed that ?uchaddresi ?is we bs re heard to night, r?;, eommenda? turagerai i.t. woi fill my heart only with emotion? exult i i) mis, bul vi le. does not know tl ? midsl of seen? ? fullest ol eladni often intermingles with i i ? ? ? jo.?i .a lie ? -, i ,.-? a s lemn re?r? ng through ?? ng ? thai "' ?le sixty-thi members composing the church s, which I commenced my ministry but t? ?a ith n ? 1"-'n. hi when i remeinl ?m I have presche 1 su. numbered with the i narterl, w? aid f? rm ? 1 arc. r c? 11( i hi? vas! assembly ; wheu 1 recall mind th" facl that ii >va mi office to ?lir the religion* thought, to shape the Chi i an principles, and to develop thoi life of thai in !>t multi? '?'!". tbe brance of the imperf ct manner in whicl . viction tluit I might have ? ? helpful to those who aro now beyond t! reach of earthlv influence bad I preach more faithfully, more tenderlv, mo lovingly, admonishes me that if this is: houi for j- a hour for penitem and !? , N. ' Bo, too, while listening to the kind won which have |,ecu spoken with regard i my life and labors, I have been ? ej were 'Ii senptivo rather ??! v.i. I ? i.-ht i" have l..iti-l might have b? ? ? i nu?! nom- can better und? rstan 1 nial a preciate my meaning than th? orothren ??. hi n I - ij tuai I am n hn ? bled than elated by their nnm? : ?I .1 ? mendation, and that the best use I i a bob make ol tbi it approval is t.> deri? i from it a Btimnlui hen ifter tof more affectionate i. I? litt in tbe footstej nt my Lord and to serve the people i whom I minister with new diligence an devotion. In this I Bra enc??ui iged by tbe ? ti"ii that with whatevei nti ' study and honest work lean prosecute m coming labor I ?ball I?. sustained in tb future in 1 ha?-, been in the past by tbe < i operation of the earnest men uint nobl women "f iuy charge. 'in.: n v No pastor was ever blessed with ? mot loyal church, and so taras its en? - have lu t n successful t lie re-nit I mainly due to tbe ready sympathy an persistent activity of it? members, and avail myself of this great opportunity ? l earing t h '.-?pul ? 11.- - testimony to the lovin fidelity ana consecrated devotion of m. pcple a fidelity, n devotion that ha never faltered or wavered, bat ha? beei ii^ nndeviatingly t;v..| and true as th ?winters ol the splendid constellation th ii ut wnth fingers of radiant light an? idily to tbe pole. But no church, however organized an "cd, if Isolated from its Kiste churches, or if antagonistic to them, ea accomplish auj widespread ami pcrmanec good in the community. ? .Vll.l. ol' All. IU.S"AU\ATlo\s. And lu-re, too, l tirnl another ?lernen nial explanation of whatev? r "i lervice mj i bur !i h t- r. ndercd to i be mat? r iuteUectual, and the spiritual welfare o tic | . II ' as had the good will of all denomina j tions most notably und Bnmi I , ? irds. And this leads me to ssklncon? - the real meaning and true i an.>f this ?pi? mini throng in tbe k? i I : inv ,?!' Music to-night .' It is not to make one man the object o t?-iii| :ar\ attention; it ?sict t" I. ?not particular .; arch it is to illustrate tbi i - a ty "f Christian i i arity. tbi bappinea b come? from Chi stian eoncoi l. If there is anything more oharacteristii than another of ?he times we live in it k the fact that while there via-- never mon denominational zeal and activity tl i? i ? associated with it liiere i? a determinatioi I to bring to the front the real unity whicl binds all the brancb - ol tb? Christiai liiis.il ?? together in one bormonionsandnap ; .I. There ta an uprising and advancing tidal wave ..f Qoapel charity which i trust will continus t,< riso am flow until it sweeps away all tbe bigotry, the intol?rance, sad tbe exclns-veneei which have so long deformed Bad da graded ?3bristendocn. IUC1IMOM?. In no city in oar huid is there a mon" : kindly feeling among thediffereot denomi? nation? thitn in Richmond It ha?lun early manifestation among tas pastors who labored together ta nartBoay until they went up ti renew their tatereoarss lath? world ol lova. TTuiir spirit bss dsaeended to our tlav, and so prevail? BBBOBg BI turt were a minister ol any denomina?!on t.? proclaim arrogaat and iatoleraat dainu in behalf of hisow-Cbarcbtbereisapablie M iiiiiii.-nt in thi? coniinuintv that Would put him tlowii and ?hut hnn up. Th.- pastan moot beloved sad boDorad in Kici,nu,ml have nlway? been those who , have enltivated and msnifarttd it??ts? large. ly the graos of charity. The mostraally prosperotu rhnrnhnehsTi bssa tboaewboa? I motto has been, " lat brotbssiy love oo_* tiuu?." A lliiriBVAI. AUDI' We have a delightful illustration of AS unity of fit hue whieh perrsdss mir churches before ovejas ut this saosnset, in th.- lympathr and interest inHiiife.tetl in tbi ssercises of tin? vary hour. 1'his i* i neither a Methodist, Baptist. Episcopal, I nor Presbyteriau audience. What is it V It U a fraternal catheriug of Christian brctkreu, m.t to honor, encourage, and love rarh other?met to be remind??! i th?> truths commonto all tbe churehei lie- most important ami pr??:inu* "f ?*" truths; ni"t that we mav 1U ?ta-O??? oar hop", afresh as as t"?ether loos so same dear Cross ?blning sbtrre a? n iiumeasurahle !_'h-rv. an?l that with ?SSj hriii?ls and hearts ?re atay togirtbarprea to th? land we U)VS andar? lo"??in~ BSBrured that it ?B not a e,,hl a??8Ci?u' article in tbe creed, bwt th--warm ''J1'' ?ion of a Bweel ami thrilling ?-pene lina us with oui *?*_? heart to exclaim. Mla_u_rB ? 1DE' m nat ob ? Wl To yon, my denr and honored bist-1 ? to ths pll ?".'?? .nul profit oftbii ration aervice.'] beg leave to te*?d<* united th ml i of thi -? I mean of tbe church I r bailed with joy.- you v,l! cui a us grief. arho love Lord i." V"! pul f t the ! i it time. - n..iv bo part "n earth, bat they will n: aga n m tl," world of ree<>gnition an lc? in thi glory ev - Christian friendships : earth an? I cemented by the bloo lof Chi w ill let per? li ! v the stroke ? I wiU have a resurrection bevond tin" ur and will ?print; op and flo irish, : ml ?> lort ti m tbe parad i ec?f ? L i. tir. fr:, n !.- "i a l dei ??.?? shown sai tin? ion from thi I i -I, whose p and wbose evident sympathy 11 I . ?? added so ??? h-n.pi' ? 1 Le I all ?'?''r grateful, and I your hi ta? M "i . Wer?- tne house I I ?rgs s? ? -lit. rtain the : Bpeak to-night I would gladlj there. But there w.li be nom enough in i S?.nd l'r-'l . rouwillf a warm welcome and a banquet preps la the ladies, to which all at dully invil . .- ti ?? distinguished ? to do honor to? n are B Dr. J a I?.:). of New > Mr. S. H. Il.twes; Bishop Alpheua Wih , f the Methodist l.pi copal < Md., ill? guest of Mrs. Tbo? Branch: Dr. Henry C. Alexander, ol I I i ? ieraii A'.. W, Henrj : Col??nel Itichard Lath of New York, (rue I ? Mr. \. i' ?I in Mr. O. M. AtwatiT, guest ol Mr. Jo (ok,-; Rev. P. II. Hoge and wife,of V? ?.. N. ?'., guesl ? of Mr. Jhoii Holllll". : not, Mr. W. W. Henry, Mr. M. M. G Uli '. U. B?rksdalewi I ushers were Mi r?. E. D. Tsyl Oscar Bwin ford, .lanes I,. And? n* i Pa efi i,8l i Mnnce, 11. rge 8 i, James Btor v.. i Pitzgera i. W. J. blonnt, and Jan E. Oi Mr. J. L. M :' th" proceedings b? th? f,.r rii" i ' eir de? ? ? publ sh them in it.iinp'il"t-t"."ii! furtbei ' _____ RECEPTION AT THE CHURCH. Handrads Pay Their Beatpeeta ta the 1 loved Hi? lue. after thi ? Academv l?r. I! ige and hi? family n . distancodi ? red, the oi '? i; iwd n h Cla? p. i--ai. 1 f? rth tbe no? i brilliant prelude, and the musical pi . " ? ?. Sing l i.t" th" I ? v?. '.nil ?a- beautifully rondere 1 I - ' Mrs. Han I , Mi Bu? h. and Mr. prank ' unnini ham, I ruesta were ? .. lecture.room, wh? re an elal them previous to the recepti? n, which ?tas known would occupy consid?rai i m? l chun a , ; delightfully ent? r aine 1 b* I? r id" direction ? ii .li.er church choir 1. . t.- . .:-. 1 n !?>-' ?r S. Bo? g Autre it.. -" s|| - i ? t :, ' A!r. ni Alis. iUni-y l.rti . Atrs. Kt. Mr. ! iitnk Canning 8, S' ; '? -n. Wl a . i . ? 1. T? a.: - ? o, "If i r i!".i"." Ac, ? Vr. Tti"'.'c B Quartette, '?Spirit of H ne "?, ' l'y the ch< I'l -??,:?> trTl-Ml I 8. Soprano solo, ?? *. I,".Ada ' :. Tenor ?ol . all bligai , Mr. Rempli 8, vir i'-k"o ".Born Mr. A a 1 . .'. 'i. Has-? ,..;,, Air. I. AltsS.Tul il. Tel Mi i inet W, Cunningham. ii ouartette, " When Gati. Bat* p.v choir ' f First Presbyterian church. . :.?, lc (.'??'. r .vfl .Mr. (shepherd Webb. Theimi from tl church were invitesl int?, the lecture-roo . ceivetl I". Dr. th geni sum, uni led l>v hi? CPU"!' ' inr? friends, and tl Committee -. '.'? H ited Ii Mrs. ? ?overu? r l'.ri :. Mi Aim e? . Mr*. . I. \V. Pemberton. Mr It, ('. M ri'ii, Mrs. .i . . Ml ?. ' i. h .:. -, Mrs, Charl? s \\ \ er Cam? a, Mrs. N. I Mrs. I'aih nn" Kilby, Mi . W. !'..<' i Mi i. Wils u M i- ? Cary. Mr?. 1 . D. liara ?1 de, Miss A. I. Dam. 1. Sirs. Jackson Gu on, Mrs. John B, i Mi . Mary Maxwell, Mr William Pucker Carrin'gto'n, Mrs. I Gilliam, Mi I (tilliam, MissAnna I i i , a,and! Glasgow. IHK I BCTUBB-BOOM A FB-11I fit Tr ur. Th" dec tbe lecture-rooi were beau? iful, tasteful, and elegant. '1 b color? were crin window, ?h ided by crunson curtain? ? i- a it. twoi i of bronz ? centred by r placque. The centre of the eat Bide, where tbe reception tookpla ?i background of crimson, witn i ?' i? 1 on the e":,-- p. [ow mad? tram? ? n Lrror set in ? t 'i" .lates of thi . f the beloved pastor .. ?!'? and 18* U '..-! Dpposite this point waaanol ror, embowered in blooming pi i fern? and tas! il, r,-.! tapestry. The north end of the room had for ir ignificent portra I il . draned in crimson ..: I gol 1 - ?occasion. ? i of the c ?ngregation t ? ? ? oi inter st. ' It was tbat >r. Samuel D ivii ... wh I -n* oi Pi inceton Coll? kindly loaned by Mr Drewry, II" is the ? ?f Dr. Samuel Drewry, and hi ?ill in the Mr. tAilliaui H decoratloi ful as t" deserve ?].ial m Gift? and I an? ol rare beauty an ! comb imenl ? tabl? > a:, 1 ,.i,,l tin spacious lecture-room was redolent wi< fragrance. A: tin- foot of Dr. !' ?.it W? the ban Isome ?pi cimen ol a and white azalia, bulen with bloom, n ' tag upon a baa? of yellow. Ob : i ttb the arch was s iloral mound, ? end of which was filled by white bys cintha and pansiea, the otner bv pu l'le hyacinths and "How abutil?n, ana i? tbe centre the number to, wrought in? ? exquisitely tinted pink Da-p. Pre < ??i.t ? of whit? ? . vi-asa present from Mr. Cathu, a s of th?. oongregatbm, wta ami mounds ol roses and ?algao nette, lilies and hyacinths, bowk ol rose! and i.arc.--u- ?A.-,. Bverywbara, ?tul ?il . ? ?-? Bts from friends and pariahioners. Ihe i-euiral painr of the arch ?v , wreatbed complsUly in smdox. and ?M whlefa re?t,.,i UIJ?U the lab mass ??f v-i!.,va roses and jonquils, with violet-sBadcd ta-niUs among them. M? douions of pink and yellow roses rested against tas gae-abadee. whilst the i ustu-al purple ami _,,i,l in vi0),.tj, tt_d j.u (luils was predonunant everywhere. The ladi.ts in ebarga <sf tb??se Brttati decoiations were Mr>. (;. \\t Wstt and Mrs. .Ajmitrcal ? all, and they deserve great credit for their taab and ?kill in designing. as well as lll?lu?try in executing the pi . i The south end w?w Hrran>.,.(i ,,? ? general supper ?fbich in -pit,, of tbe irr at number served t? .>, deiigbtftd comfi'rt.i l,lf. and abundan! oomprlsina bouUlou. IS, salait, crviuttttes. ices. cake-*, fruit?, coffeo. and cftocolate. The officer? in oLirco of the bupp?* were: Mrs. Dr. Withers. Mr*. \V. J. Hl.tt and Mrs. Lewis Durwell. W_0 wer" for Bate in the selection ol a lnr^e und i cient committee, wbo worked with pi sure rtiA' l ?.ucee??, Kinli l.'idv on this ??>, ?ore a knot ol yellow ribbon feadgee. ,aaaa ssa ns ??rrsTs. ? lally srrsnged for tbs ? tartatament ol Dr. B?ge sad hi? g"" was very taaternl and beautiful In rulo: menta, ,Tb? centre was an arran?eoM of j' n< oili and violate a ?re beat lent in eomplin Hoge bv tbe florist ? stthe plae? each lieh- w i> a booquet of lu?iotrope a honnuil? tied with profuse bowsol pun I ? . acl "il ,ll" ? vell'cv WM painted s bunch of viols . - yeQoa il i ??i '? ?tal ' et ors, mokini vi n hon l?ome and unique ornamentatii ati'i the ? .,- w i- -. try complete, Th"-.- in? ted to ?eats al tins table vs. Rev, Dr John 11 ill, Governor ?ml M iIcKinuey, Bishop Alfred M. R? ?1'lpli, Bishop ?lpheua Wilson, Dr. a Mi-. .). I. M. Carry, Dr. and Mrs. H. K' rr, Rev. J. ( dvtn Btesrart, Dr. II. .-i Latbus, Mr. ?' r. Rev. and Mrs. P. II and ! ? ., Mi . |;. - II. hdeliers, p? 1?1 Mil!, . . ?and fl wen masei . lilable s|Mit. Turki , -tits and pr?t ??' , adorned : ? tue und pink. DTeeid ?'V T by " ? la lieo, all ma j - brilliant and attracti? I'tij t" remembered tli" frit ? ?tor, who n 1 rnuaih half i eeniurv labored in tl community, and every denomination ai s cl lus represented in the ? 1 " coffea-t i Mrs. Allan Do rinn held rway, was served by M M ' Mai . i' irrupt., ??? Call, N. i Kate Marris. 'I 'ie next, elm:" mil"?! I v Mr?. Per . bad Mi ? nie Armstead, Man CI,: i' "' Grigg, Evelyn l'aine, and Mi "?i. Mr-, A. Enimons'i table w ?, Julia Mort ? ? n II. Nellie A kin?, Blai .1 ? . Clarke, I.:!: 1 "U. ?nul Misse? Staplei and V\ ? ] ? ?????' mi ? and 1? lies ( Dr. H? g< tthe -';!.... ? ? his h-ai- \t i- th" ?ld-Market Mis?lon,d ?i one "f n to him nii'l presented hi id be? ? ied w i-, build a Memorial chap? 1 m tl h i?" ha- I ibore ' poor, ittid li p tificatiou as well lightfalto ? ?? of liis lady parishioner? present? their nit" tionate ntei ? i-v pr " , asv.c! i r-, | ?lid "liv'i i, knives an -is and cup ? bet things u e, and the 1 il their be I ire them with tear? ??! j_r:tf ful affection to him who 'mis liaptized, ma rted, and buried childrei paren . '. ?UCC6 ? U HIS. as BNTOU i i ? of the ent? i ! credit upon tbe em r. in charge, and ? 1 in willii and , ' I who i. !? i as ash? rs wei ng and polit? ? ? i- d? light ii.'h m : . contril utcd to ? ?ms unfair i ? and ti"t n 11 with plea mi the pall ' ' : rt," i It w, re with u whii ?- never in this community ie nor liberal outpouring ol ? ? frit nd ? : n my, whom all unii i-i wishii moreol i- alt- an i. SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. Candidate? f?>r Municipal Honor? Hear at several Meetings. 01 1 Dominion Democratic Club bel its regular weekly n.ting lust nigh ". Wilk, l; W'hn, l. ?ring. Sani i . : . i I -'?I, ?u. Abe i repp-, ?.tin .- ? ('. Cbildrej. Mr. M. Ha .' .! ill" pi opl ? would I urdo! Aid men. i'hur day ni ird Acti? i held their reg? lar meeting last night and the claims ? ? municipal bonoi ted. ? ? night, and all "f t!. giv? nattenti? Th? y were M .. inston, candidate? for K Smith and I ' rComraonw? dth's '?? ? : i. Con : able Munrord ? for ? . Hick? Jarvis, and Powell, for Citj Bi1 geant._ UNVEILING APPROPRIATION. The finance (,moult leo ?l.tke? No Kernm no-iiil.it inn It? the ( iiuncil. ? ? : of the Con? . in Id in tl ' y Cout o'clock yeatenlav afternooii i'.vi rv membi r? is pn i be chaii 1...HI. Mr. Hargri'i", pr. ??..v. rnor McKinney, as repres ' of th" Executive Commit?.'f ' i ? '!? ? -is. ,1. \ ? I, i?,! n Murphy, W. P. smith, am A. ?v. Arch? ' t ?? ?n from I. were present t.. urge be sppropriation o i, or so much tbereol a? might be ne be used in defraying tbe ? \ penses of the unveiling of th ? Lei ? nMavnext. Each of the above gen II :i?. "i-cli in favor of the up propriai ? alter some debate de ? , recommendation t" th? i u!c:l, b ? ly d? cidel : CONSOLIDATION BILL. il itlnlrpt n in Acciirilitine with tin v\ i.in- ? >( i he ( oat mit tee. Th" Bouse Commit! ??? on Roads, Bon ?t i n F. Ryan chairman, b( Id a iterdav t" con [I authorizing the Richmon? Btlroad to ? j line. i ? . ? : ' |?r- ? mmitte? deeming it : i ' ceso im pi rta: ? thi? 1 ite in tb? - it their suggestion withdrawn. The S : sti can'alt!"" w In b Ul? . the evening there did not consider tbs matter at nil. The Hilton-Jnlin-nu M irri?_r. V. iterdej afU rn on al I o'i loci Mr. W G.Hilton and Mia? Louise H. Johnson ? ?I Mr ? , ; U on west Main , . era were Bar. Dp*, ... r. KerrandH. M. Jackson. Mr. ' West Point, b t -l as best man I ? bride ?ras riven by bes brotber.ta-law, Mr. Jam? Mf l'.?-tll. Mr. Bilton :- s clerk In the i ? ? - al W? -f P< ,: t. 1 ? bride formerly r, ?ided .n New Kent, but 1st? ly 1 with bet slater In Richmond. She is u of tbe Ute Colonel Sherwin McCraa Mr.and Mrs. Hilton left on the fast ma.I ? - -than try . ______ Virginia stnte Insurant?" 4'nfripanv. This old ??"iiiputiv bus recently seenred an amandment to its charter from tb? _*> gistatmre aUowing aa iaereaB? in Itadirec ii; i a? a r.. tut meeting tbs following gentlemen were chosen members of the board) S. H. Bawas, Frit/. Sitt.-rding, l'r. John Mahonv, Johu Pope, ?. M. r "iinitirean. and L. D. ClSBSBSW. Jr. i h.-r with the BSW presi'leiit, N. V. Randolph, James Alfred Joues. H. W. Bowe, Hon. <;.., rge L C-sistiaa, B. T. 1?. Myers, and JohnS. Ellett, make a strong team._ tV.tun.lesI While Oonuiux Matt th- first information rotireruitig i theae-eiJcntal shooting ol Mr. Claude Bub Lett ??u m Mr. P. A. sublctt. of tins eity, at Washington and Lee ruiversitv,another telegram ha? bSBB IBOS?TSd statin?* that he i whs doing well, but was serioii.slv wouu'led jnst above tho lip bisas, th?? ?hurgo taking ; a downward ami out ward fours.'. Mr. P I A. Subl.lt ami wife left on the train night h.fore last at 10 o'clock for the bedsids -f ' their son. Tbe new? of tbe accident found Mr?. Bableti at tue bier of her mother, Mr?. Martha Wiafreo. EAGER TO B?PEAL IT. MANY SENATORS ANXIOUS TO ANNUL THE NEW MEAT-INSPECTION ACT. There Are Others. 11..-ever, TVhn Think the torn a ?.ootl One and Wont t.t Retain It. A few minutes after 1 o'clock yesterdar Mr. BI tbs Senate hi? bill to rep? ,1 the Bssat Inaprntlnti a.-t approved ? ib days ago. The 1II] wa* upon its passage, having been i rd?*red to Ita ?nu-rossiuent ou '?'? S a- Mi.? Clerk reail it Mr. Johnson moved to i>iss it by. Mr. Stniit,s opposed this snd argod in in, Raying it ' its la ? . indulge 'f 'ions, especially "cs'H'h important Buojecta. Mr. R| ; '. -?? ne insisted ..n the motion to ? ly i ? Mr. Harrison, who - -cu at the time and who - 1 m tbs nuitu-r. A t'ATlI.r-:.' Mr. \. ;er s... ke aeon*? 'he repeal of H iim< d that be was r rpre he farmers. ' he wanted to keep up th" price of ., 1 ihn meat-inspection law was tbs i that ' i, Richmond, and the !.? tur v.. ' ' .. formen. " Voll .ti" a t-itt ? ' - r." Mr. Acker replied. " I raise ?grow grain, and farm gene Mr. Harrison appeared in his seat nml il the lull I-.- p led by. Mr. M il.- wanted iv ite on the lull direct, not on any coll i! lie WB? T'-i lv '" I t" l: rutt i tuent? ion. If" was in favor >i the r? : , Mr. Harrison asked that the bill bei ? ? in- special order forto ?? them? oi unwboli ? ? ?.. the city? Be didnotdesii ' a fki: ? ?> or mi' '.n"!' i-Fon.r. Mr. Peter? did n >t wan* to build n Chi? nese? ? ? ? au h and eui "'I ?-.- II" de? sired to keep in accord with thenationul Would the inspector's nose ? e to sensitive th it he could detect b id men! in every case7 In nil probability the inspec. able t., t"ll beef from in tit t ? ? ti or lamb from shoat. Hewa ore"mat;?.' of the whole i.,il", those of well as thorn rural districts, and wanted to legislate for the :: good. II". like Mr. :l ?bill. ! All the farmers of t!:.> State did not cattle, " ' that it would benefit tain the law. Tbe ill waa I ' i 1.f ftr wie ta Virginia. 11" wanted the bill pa ? Til" rtBBXBS' l-l Mr. Dran I I by in ? 111 p- wa i undue haste in re -, tie. people knew how rate. ! be proep? t ol rep- tl . id it th nr. ? n the He b el h< ?? western m ?. 1 could be r-?. bed of running out tho Virginia b _ Till 1KB. Mr. s- ? ied that the object lo pass by was to k'il tbe bill. Theconrts ! ?, and thej .? into .'-lie. on Saturday. Il" c tnsidered the inspection act one of the most iniqni? tons measure? that was ever und? rtaken to lie irrsten I on u Democrat io State. The bill wo a prt teel ion mea m". It discrini kiUedoverlOO mil? ? from Richmond or any other place where i all over the State up the ' ry, " Ke| ," Did i k t" tr protection i ,tv. "But ?u want protection for ymir i Mr. Acker. the Jew for the wor.l. Mr. Stubbs, "and if the gentleman were more hke tho o> it? r in one respect -know ben to open his mouth ho would more influent.n tbe Boor. ?? i. ? r, the men m the work i," Mr. ? ' ' W ! Mr. A "Whoke?'psnp the workshi ps?" thun dero i ' ? " il i? '-"U ?i publia schooliuRockingbam? Ii you have, sir, and sp.-nd the remain? der "f your tl Mr. Stulth- ?a iim"l that the Inw wfts op i lecidedly a ire. ? ta it. Mr. Mill? 'i:' " ' ? Mr. Htubl -; was trying I question. II?- was cattle ; itrowert fai If the ? re ie! recoguizi il I em meat, which was no? as good as \ir gini? ! ? ie placo of Vii much, Huwasop. .' the law. Mr. Wickham mov? 'it" go tatoexecntive Mr. Harrison called f"r the aves and uto ex? I'utivit tir. OSOSB. n after the door? were reopened the , up again and by un mimons consent wasp?.1 by and made the sp?? cial onler for to-day at I o'cl ?? '?? 1bi? was done because Mr. Beaton, who de speak on thi ' was too unwell to | partici] I lt.. .1 a ? n ?t Speaks Plainly. While Justi ?? Cn ti hfleld - Court . morn? ' tag Mr. i - nith. the New fork in? spector upon whose complaint Mr. Al. baugb, i ' the Richmond branch ..f Dun's Mi ? lutilfl Agi i on Wedno lay, walkeaup and asked the Court by whti? authority tbe charge had ied the night before. The man?, rol the interrogation ?track irt nn being rather curt, and the .lu-tic. ? nstio ? lap':,- i re? plie I. " I will show vu my sal s.r. " sud ru .. at (?? . k? ' 'i: "'???' out ih" 1-tter Inspector [ Smith bod written to Commonwealth'? At. tswood Wednesday evening stating tl 'i h" had been wired not to arr-'-t All lugb yet, an, 1 asking that the maide. " I'his is voiir letter t" the Common? wealth'? Attorney,'' c intinued theJ.. read it in I ?I to do, i. - mi l the letter was all i Mr. Smith disclaimed I "ii "f being d Cratchfield assured him that be would not .I t ' .1" bo .-ven if be i .? d, >? I i:t would uot like to think the latter case. Knnoiieii Beneelee?. ? ? tes before n ? ' d< cl ras. Urda* : ? be city ambulant ? - tic- -ranaperent Ice Works, oor? kdams and Canal " , to attend a white "iterative who bad bean thrown igainst a pole, atrikinghUhead with1 eut force to knock bim senseless and produ? no. th? I.ram. Th,- almsb tared the try attention. '1 he man soon recov- ; er-<l and a me. At the tu. ? ? cidaat up beta ' raised i <>? torn* purposs and the r pe ? i t., it slipped sod th.- pole fell. I be rope caught the mau and pulled him ugaiu.-t it. _ K.:tl Katat? Transfer?. In the City i'haiic-rv Court yesterday a deed of bargsta and sale was ran m l??l from Richard C, Bravtow and Alexander W. Peana and their wive? to iltsroy s. Dai tou, flg 14last ??n south side Br<s-d streot near Poorteenth. ?3.r>o?. t "int? roc?n: or BExatco. J. R. Wyllys un?l wife to J. P. BadsMoh. \ 100 acres o:i south side Three Ci,"pi.el road, * 1,00?. hcstisos corrBT or MABcTtrsTTn. Williiiui II. Oox und wife to Amanda L. Cole, 47 f.et otiSt-veuteeutb street betwe.-u ! Hull and Decatur, #600. Koattoe Work Only. Monthly meetings of tho Council Com? mittees mi Water, St. John's Burying Ground, and Second Market were hell la.-t night. A number of bUls were ordered to be paid and other routine matters wen? dii,|?o?cd o?. _ ? i. u a., i with i ...\ tito. i. m il..?. In the Pol o-? Court yesterday morning Mr?. Ida S:.-ii.mii/. was ehiArg?'d with ? - : ?au! tint: and atriking O. ?O. ?orvell, ?ou of [ B. Ii. Nor veil, i_t?., witn a cowhide, and the }?ov. wh?? appeared to be u'.tout twrlve years old, wi< charged with aaeaalting, striking, eursin ?, and altisiru* Mm. - witz aii'l .lames Bteinmitz. Mrs. H?einmitz was reported too ill t" bs at eoarl torsare. ' ral days, and tbs ?a*?, was eootina duntil the 8th of Barak This trouble grewa?l of a ?iusrr?l be Mr. Stetnmitx'i children sud Mr. NorveU'a ?on. The excitement ?.? an nerved th? la iv, w!',.s,, health is not very ? i. tb il she ws* very ill ?luring AV day night, and ut one time her condition h us t.. cause crave apprcheusioi f Bbs was attended l?y Ors. Hiefcaax ami ?? atlv improved y ?atar day. S was Beard la tbs i ? lleiii.ti rritic 4'aneti?. There wfll baaaoofsraneeof tli? Demo. crstio members of both branch?e of the i . .re t .-Ilie'llt itl UM hill of the |, ., r to Judge Brown, of the Fifteenth indicia) circuit, resigned, will bs i" ? i ?' d, . ?/> atljourumcut mined._ ?Trele o?" Inilttstrv I aiterlalnmrnl. There wtil b?> "el!".' . chsraei ?r I rat ioas ? itiom and long" I theCircle of Industry of C ni naryMetho. arch at the Young Men's Christian ition Hull t"-Tiu.'lit at S o'clock. A pleasant programme baa i?.-?*n amagad. I^eltir?? on l."O.I??n-( ?ttlerhtirv. The next of the -cries of pabilo l.'etlir.-s a' Richi ?? will be lc I aTofseaof Pollsrd. I!- w'l describe t'"r his > ia English Bistory the places of Interest in I ? daring a rv ? will bo next '1 : ?. I ?i, Waroer to Leetara. T?vni?rhl Mr. Charles Dadlev Warner w.ll a.li'.r. ss on? ol the literary elabsof the ci y. and to-morrow night mil debver nu address at th? Richmond College on " H,- Re] ktions of Fiction to I Pel-.nul? a-.d Uriel?. Bev. R. B. Pitt baptized twenty-on sons ut Venable-Street Lfaptist church '' ' ? Samuel W.Williams, -?f Bland. t urtt r Bei - unton, wers i:, tiie ci? v yesterda]. Mr. ?in i Mr*. D. i. <" (kett, of Bridge- I ire m Foi i II"! ? '..r -' ourn at ? ltd Point. " m H Ir., has returned from Pittsburgh, Pa., whither he w? al a? t d< !?? i Ige of tl..? ? !. the Gol In the City Circut Court yssterd i tl 'i.ee was fui the cs.? H. I?, i alkey r?. . be City ol H un . ' ?i--, i ?" Faun th ' ...- of the Supreme Court. | y?--? r.l.iv ttwar.hd u wr.t ol error to a in? i 'in "i Cumber? Eliz ii'.'th Lj ? '. I Mr. W. Simpkin, who was in th" car tint I ovei in Weduesdiit ti I AA t -i. ,t . me Invllv : . ' Colon I -l. R. Miller. Hi- ehiel templar :: inia, will a Sidney I night n' s o'clock a? Belviderei Hall. I lc -? ?r'l C ilonel Miller ?peak know that be will entertain the lomplar? in i handsome -til-. Hon. 11. H. Dob nin :, ?1 I? gate fr"tn ? terday al t with tii" com? ? ! .1. if. ,1 Bigger and hi? Mr, i lowningenb : at lunch "ti W , dnesday, Mr. EL T. Lan b. ag? ut of tbe Richmond ? . ? I forwarding igen? of the Rich ? 1 I1 inville ?y?l ? Point . P. H. Adam i. p ugn? d. It could ti nia? who w . 1 March i it. Th - T. O. Wilson who vi.i ?ought Ly igton, t i 'I hero, a ? the police know nothing of Ins ci ? s, cretary "f ? nation of th" recur.1 that no requ has been isaued for any such person I be ' 1 ! ? "Il Uli ?indent. Al i ? i :,." i oi i Obi tfca (...n-rnnr. /' ? ' ' r ? - In explanation ol rtiele which a p. paper u few da cernu the? Revenue an i o? b? erii'ir in rega?? toa hiU requiring?? r- tl n l p r-"ii il property booas to be kept for white* and blacks, I wish to ? fact? II ?? ng seen in i ne ol tl.lily papers rredl : I both I ' I gislatura and 1 the liai r I and tl :? ,? it, called on G ivernor McKin lull a? to what would lx> I ire i ? put th" bill m pr... ' A\e did ii"t !? nu? rnor t. > -. ? i ? the bill, or si,v a word on til I h" re. quires laboro? I ?? t tbe bill; ?..'il it has been ac? impllabed. Very i MivKonr?, i ,i?e. Chance <>i rrain Sonrio? on the ( !ie?.u lie.ikt? ami opio Railway aad Jaaa?e? Itlrar Division am Hilador, Hank id. The g m a. M. train will ? ?> discon I between Richmond and Charlottes. The B:1S A. M. ?rain for Norfolk will ? - l A. M. Th?> 7 i?? a. M. trm:i from Richmosd an I All-":' ? dl I di?continued am! M. train irum Clieeapeake und Obi'? ?I? pot i"'ri ? service, J he i ? 20 A. M. train for Cincinnati will il 11 A. M. I !'. M. train for N.irf.'lk. will at ?:. P. M. ?n tr tin now running ?. ..ii.- will leave at S P. M. and run t" BotbwelL i ' un for Cincinnati i\?ll 110:45 T. .M. On tbe Jamea-River Division the n "rn u .il c mtinu -t" le? -. i- ? i . u f. M. train for Scottsville will I?-.;.- at i 30 l'. M. and run t" Lyncbl carrying ileeping-car, v. in h wul Lyncbburg (except Sunday) at 6.1ft A. M. ?.. V i. 1 I " lu 1'. At tra Tl will lie.liselit;: ! .Rival "1 tr.t BS I - l vertis? mem. _ Spoelol Bale of Law it????k? Tn-iiar. l . le law library of tbe lata Boa. ' ? ? in w li i"- s.iii at my ana. thisdav, 'i^'at 4 o'clock 1'. M. i . fnrnisbed. ?, (won \v. Maxo, Auction r, Direct Tripe to Old fatal UemammeJ. ? ?i, tbs ~, .. ? . (?id i Fare to Old Point or Norfolk, $1.00; : ? i i-s. tl. The ; is full "f fashionable i now,.? __ i '. pi i??; ? ne Tbs Dispatch C? mpany' uro prepared Med faciliti I it? nil kind? ol .loi? Printtag as promptly, ami obeaply as it i m be mm anj where in ? ?piers respect tolly - and m ' ? ??? latead. Good work ?lone ?it ai ' i '...u pay for oooa? l rk. Will cheerfully fnrniab ??ti . whan desired, H i yonrwork to th.? Dispatch Company ami thereby -a-..- BOBW?_ Inn American Ilt-anty lies?**, Lili.s of th? VaUey, Violet?, and other Cut-Plow? s, Blooming Plants, ?re, at :.,!-. ill e.i.i Broad stras! i- i pbone ri. doll I'rlntliic. Whenyou wish to have job printing ?lone i tbe Distpatcb ('?.inponv for c?ti mates un 1 vou wtil hrnl out that you can save money. All fctads of priming prompt? ly exet.-utt -d. _ Blot, i finish from the system when A. B. C. Alterative is u-ed. The " ritwhrr - In tit? White Hotn is only ?me of eijhty.ihre* ttunttand Fischer Piaaos now in use. UylundA I^ee, Old ' Main street, gsassal agents, have ?old about (.'?e SteaSSBS? The pnce is low and the term? an? reasonable. Honk- and Jott-Prttitlng. Book?, Pamphlets, Fold-rs, Circulars, Letter-Bead?. bote.Hea.ls, BtlLHeada, Check?, Drafts, .Notts? Bonds, Cards, Tickets, labels, Tags, Envelope*. Invita lions, Hau.l-Bill?, llotlgers. Posters, De.,!, , Certificates, Contract?, Agreement , .nut Blank Ft.ruu of every dmanrdionoxoentod promptly and at low riAtv* at tho i/tsu*i.vA ; Printing-House. MANCHESTER HEWS. MEETING LAST NIGHT OF THE CHAM? BER OF COMMERCE. Commlit??? Appointed??Ota for an Asia* Konndry?The Trn,,|ier?* Fair?Per? 4 t.itisl? anil ItrleT?. A meeting of the Chamber ?,f Commer?a 0l Mai" h.st.r wa* held laut night in tha Council-Chamber Ball. President W.ltiam L ?". ?sptoa.upictl the chair ?ml Ben. P. Owen, Jr., the secretary, WSB M h?* peat. lin. Pr?s:.l.-nt snnouncesl tin.? following : committees : ? . -iiint reiftll's j?**?J??ha n i ram is arman), a. I. <t?i!iagher, J. I'. niBlllsg.SJIil EL C- Br >a?l : . Trade i labmd an?l ?huwanl I John Kn-a (chairman-, \\ D, 1 '??.? r, K. B.W. Peat tie, and W.C. Rice. JaBtea-Biver Improvement anil Federal Relation? A.C utklssoa .'??hitinnan?. J?. aeph Wslkar, lauree, o P?tol, and John K. Taylor. Information a-.I statistic? ? David U Pnlltom (chairman . EL v. Owes. A. W. Fuhr, .Jam?'? P. RobtnsoB, John V?. linnl?. iniA. Business and Maanfbetoris? s.S. Patch frhmrman), i. J. Daffron, .1. T. J?w.?tt, ??-? rg? A. Cart? r. Municipal ImprovaiBt I rga K. i. J. liiatit. u. Ion OL . ?'. a\. Smith. Proposition? and Grievance? J. OL Bolt feboirn - P. Walk??, W S. Good??, 1. It. Coral? v. Finance J. W, BroDaagh. Jr. 'chair man), J. C. Bnelliogs, A. J. Nradlev, and \V. B. M.ly. hiTr KM t lUVBWI. Each committee ?rill l..i??> live members? Its! will be ivmpletf'l it.rt? after b) the l'r. s;,), nt. .I., . ph Walker offered a re?.,. unending that tb? Citi Coan? '..,t in peri ? tuitj t" th? firm ... t ' manu! tetares] >>f ear-axles near the Richmond "n?l "f the Free bridge, two and i na-haU aero? ef land belonging t ? thecit.v Al u 1.. B -.??? t r their i ttabltshmenL M-ii"r Wal tiriu ttiitliori/"d bun to? the applicatl m, I h?? matter ? ?- rel? rred t ? ?h? Commit. Busin? ? and Manufactories? who a II report to the City Couneil t. night. It i? undendood t b it tl"- memtoersof the Ctty Council, <T a mu?. irit) of them ?? baveexpt ? i iwiliingn? ? todoaatetba land ssked ior. SKW MFMI The following aea BMBsbsts wero el?. ted; J. H Pstti ?on, cashier ??f th.? Merchant? Baal J If. Bronangh.Jr th? Richmond Paper Com. paiiv, the Richmond Standard ?oik.. Com? pany i both Ma I ' st< t - h Her, Dr L B. Spent, r. Hall Jr. Nichols, 1. A. Dai _ 0 ras ne" i bb*s Fin?. ? Chest-rrtel.l Tro,,p's Fair l??t : ' ? a :' i ? WB? l i ? ?Otad ti"' tr.ii.p by Jutliie A\ ?Hi nn I. Clop ton m a neat ?i.h. B. A. Ha ". I ?ii ,.f th,? ?i up? received tbe flag, and ta hhi apeech I 1" th.? brilliant record of Chester. i in war and peace. Judge Ingiass on behalf of tue lud?.? .f January presente?! th.? troop with a bugle. an.! it was gracefully r?-.-.-t \ ??? I by Mr. Dai I L. Pnlliam. Tbe flag ?rsa given by Mr?. I ! il. irrun ? u nt of tha hall is vary artia I : it ". I he !"? ?' bs are twelvo in numb? i. !? pr ?entii ? the ?< torn Uva in th" year . tievyol putty girl? aie? matrons preside ?ver? ai !.. The fair i low ? tonight. l-i i. ?ti ? ABO M? i - ? tlitiiiriie.l meeting of tha Council will be b? Id t.. iic-ht at J SO ?' 'lock. Air Joseph? urrj and Mi ? ?'ipiue St.-w ? ? marrietl at the Central Methodist church Wedm ? I? Baa, l M. Peterson. Mr?. Wilson Wtafree, who died In Bleb? til' 11.1 \.t. I'd IV, , ? the i its? ? f ml ?. 1 uni Va?len, of M inel ? ???? r. Gus. Raine?, a very youthful negro, wna i - a i ? Lu ixty daysby for si ig* loan l'. i lu . I l in court on riotu oooa? .(ol) I'rllltJIu. Rendyour(rrderBf< r j.,!'printing to tho Dispatch (Company and ?? nr work will ba promptly, neatly, cheaply, sndsss-S* r'-v" ____. I ? i : itated .-r n? rvoui rondltloa A? B. ? l ' - I ' ?A.ll. I I '.' It. dots PlIlKIll?-. D i itch ? ' a inanj tl*J-*ltt j?nr> printing m g.I ?trie snqal low price*. S? - i in ?' ur orders and ih??v will ba ptly and satisfsctoril) ? WByshoald y?"i t?tir " IIhomodim?" in proferoao? t., m? iBeaaaaSI ?nd on? , ? - i.r tic? ?mim rOOSOB til*' T"i i .) ac?r. r Hi 1 ,,t llis ir I,.?ll.? t i" I* til? vry I, -t. w pi?e**nt to late, an i re lleve? Ui" wiir.t kind uf a lie?d?.-b? itiimediati'lr. All ilruKirtsU hars It, bit pasters In a box, H ???ut* Mr ?ale* ?,f NniAMii??? are iu-reaslnr. t ' think it ?tan Is w-il ?itii ntr .?u-ttoinora a? a tenioaud biogd-puntler. i. A'. ItAH'i?, llrur?1*t| go, UM st??t ? arj ?tre?t? ??Sita hrlnr? itspi'liie??. BsaltB <'ao b? so? ' curad by taBlox MmawaS liver llxgulalor. Oillck stiip (or lleitilaidie. Warranted t., cur? anv bea-la In-11 ?lltseri tola? ut??. Hafo I" ?,*? at any tlm*. Endorsod by many |.iijr?l-i?uj a? th? oaly ?jure 1 it ?? Simmon? Uve? legalaBBf istti* tonel malaria? as p tur ,w? oil tho bllaand yrsveuw liso, cunta* laliut.'. A?k tour l?rii|?_1?t fer Dr. Patius l'iiu;ti Syrup if you wl?h Uta BgB sam kaesm, CouKlis an 1 cjI I? kept off by taking Stmiaoas Llv?r BogSdaSsr t" ? ?Kuiato tb? ?y?t?u_ lor I)y?|trp?ia, sfomorh, and Kl lnoy tru'iblo? us* Chas? City I.IUila WAP r, a? It ??a? nu lupertor in curtnc tli.s? StSSSSBi D?llv?red In all paru cf tl.e ?Hlf for ?c. o Ballon._ AVhy ?uffer wltb dr?p?p?l?. BBBBBBBeBBj or aop di?ea?*?if t.'in i!v?r when you <?a ho cured tf Mbbsbsbs Uvss iieiesisu.r ? g , BMreary es utuar mm.-rti poison to D?, Davina Liver Pills. I used Stmniou? Livor lUguJa-or for lodljoa tl a ?ni.'i ?iii.'iiO'llaier-Uof.- O. O. Srtax?, ox ?layer, _?.?jo, ?i?. AVliilc lie. r*?e..,ttal featur? of PBATT? AST ?A?. CML 1* aiMtolula ?afuty, it should ?Iv? be? r?m*r? il it u of do !??* BaaBB on account of Its i:.a niuaiiti- ..tialille*. gMBg a* it ?u? Uta cc-arml, ?loaditsat, and moat mellow llgbt pos??? ble. ? ? ??????-?--?-a AKlitlN s|I.K?i liilitt. nom W. MAYo.t P. M., cauioxu? sate cf law u*?ks J. II V.Alc.Nn.SI'. tOM A. M., fur-liar?, oar* O.'t?, ?love?, g -. WILLIAM Jr.shlN? A SOX, l.:_ P. _., ho? aaBSa,e?aas a sai ??mooa . ; s ?... , u PI a ??>.. MM A. M., houaehoM sad kllc'j?n furnllur?. ?" ' " ' i .a IN' OXFORD MIXTUBE-THH BBT1 that plea?? th? m?o of .palet tasto?. Italia* liaod, silk ilooTo.i'.ilnga Thi? \a on? Hyle of the fc.n i?"T)?. i I ?,-?i Weight Overcoats tt j Am?rt?-o for |l_ \A. SAKS & CO. (test)_ B*lx)K ANdT?b WORK NEATLI tvvneu a i tub ?ibfATcMrauiT? , IMi-UOL-d?.