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AiKUslloff, wbo was present there and wrnU to Inaossat I.thsn llithopof Rams e eoupleof letlers e RpiiiUf lha hoDi thtt the vsrlona bsrsslts talent b extlafulsrtsd, end Ibat the blihnp Ot KOBI WOUitt IIWIIiilll num. mm mm " authority tlti-lr! from the tt.rlpturea, to aupprets Ihsia To thsso lerters It.ao.snt sseie ft rsply eoatftloloit th atn.tln.tat of the council held for that purpose ai Hon, and thao Autusllne larormad hit people that the daemons of tha African Uouatl had baan soasurrsd le, sad Amu nine futtt.tr declares tbat the same Is decided, end ho hopes tbe trouble win oo beeieoeed" Dut, or course, evert one can see thtt It was cuitora and cour tail ntleh establish 1 'tola Mud ot etmeapoe deoce bat wee a the dlffmnt ehufshss In i.u rope Afrtba end Asia, and thtl th blndlo4 oOslal authority waa U th doieaof th .....! mil haIIii tha tnata a J Iaa Ot BOO- aarraae of Individual bishops, wbather of Horn, or Antloeh.or ol Catthu. Hut lb Doctor ha rafarrtd u to oo nor otnoll oa aatt that lath craat Uounellof Ubaleadoo, or sti baadretl aad thirty blahopa, A D 41 H tall u that th Top' leata war g la kt.ii tA noaidBt of th annaell. anil thftt whto th latUT of Lca th Great, thto blibo? of Honi, wreo, an ia i'i curu uut, "thu lath orthodox. rro4 lati hie epokeo br the taouth of Lao' And from tM little I.iiat ni th. liniv Vathata. at well arfrora a .ill t.idk.i tiAn iif annrlaav lit tha btlhofl Of Rome ipaaklacot him a their father, and of aaaatiok what fat fta urvri'-v.'rr fcAn.W readtlv infere that they really Intandrd to c kaowfadce, and did thartby ackuowledxe tht h bad aoperlor authorliy over tbaiL"anil thiah thlakaoufbt to b th coaeluilaa ol th whol quetltoa Saw. ihaa, an otTet to tbla f raeaful ebullition of f'ellair, and to Ihs aeatlmeota towrd the blahop of Rome, whlea the coua llaotothailaitlaallj declare, let ue look at a paielac eeeo wblth waa vrltutiia-1 la oa of th eeealoae of that alterably Oa th Stat of Oatober, la their nitaeotrt teiiioo, mey pu llahed twenty-elfht enoni Th Mil of th tweatflfhtflraaarelllandaB0rdrt9thU aal mai in iKiorra iroprir it iuv fii maey to lb tbroo of th cider lluaie, beeaua tbatwaath Imperial eily, ao J we, follow I or la all tfaloft the deelaioa of lh holy fatbere, do alio daiermla aod decree th urn thloge raipeetlDR the prlilleg ea of th mutt hot city of Uoaataotlai pie th new Koine, j If log with raaaita thl tb ei'y hoaoidVrith tb OTrelgnty aad the aeate ai 4 which enjoyed equal prlTllegea with the Mr royl home, ehould aleo b m-caldeJ like ber la teeleataa tltal mailer I Wboo llil tatl eaooa we ear tied lb Roman In tea rcfuttd to be preieit aad eoleaiBljriiroietleJ afalatt It liut th blabop aJfaea the at&oit aad the Imperial ofDeere proaouaead lhdeclloa that It moil aland Leo, tb blahop of Rome, eootUotlr oppoead It, but In tplt of hlsoppotltloo and that of ble aucetitora th eaoon remained and wa axeauted I For all theae factt it Manual of Oouoeile, by Utr E. 11 London, or Cam bridge, laoodoa edition, 1313, uoder the tltlea of th eereral eoaaella Aad to thaaairaoaaaitooi w may perhapa b permitted to add two or three other faeta for the benefit of the Dootor and thota whom b rapreaeata. Tb flrtt la that at tb Uoon ell of Nit tha only pereon Koowa br the ofll elal title or MPope ' waa th hUhop of Alex tadrla He waa sailed th "Top of Alex andria" Th title of "Pope of Rome" had not yet beeome known to htatory (Stanley's Hlittp lit) Tb aeasna fast I tl.tit Thai Urtgory nleniaa,aoa or I)r Whlte'a moil llluatrloua wltoeaeaa the very tnin that had euth a high appreciation of sauntl't the rrry nan that w ar told waa eoodrmaJ blahop of UoatUntlaopl by tbeeouneltot A U Sfl abowlof th relative rank or ihe Cburchea in htadey, aald The head of th Alexaalrtaa Ubarah lath bead of the worlJ " (Stasley ft t2t ) Now, thle la really a pretty wttnrti or tb reveraad Dootor'a enute, after he haj f oa and braced hlffl up so olcetjr If appear to b ao parvarie nod obatloit that when ' they want him to come forward and ejieak up for the primacy of t& Roman 8ce. be torna right about and deelarea that th Church of Alexandria lath hadof alt And thtro i till atbtra it. inera ia aootner uregor) a hnndrad times worsa than this Urecorv. an far a b baar teatlmooy upon th aubjet of caaumtaR tb title of "unttrerMl ttithon fhla Is Oregory th Orsat.oow teckoued by the Romanists tn tho succession of tbelrsore reign Pontiffs, nod assigned to tb year A D too, com IM years subsvquent to th latest of the eouttsils adduced by Dr Whits. This Oregory wrote a letter to John, thto bishop of Constantinople, respecting tb title ol "Cftfrcriel BdAop, which John had ao boldlg at turned That letter wo venture to docVrlna'aa anythafeAn b fjuud and this, too, from tb bishop or Rome nlmielf from "' ".""" vr::::r: " .vr::.:."-v"" csnt, Oelestln aod Lao theQreat, to whom It rV'iZtV2Z''A'V"ZV:htLZ7VJrlmJr 7 a BllCgta nt rftj'vviiii cvuuviia muu jb. ira tat ta.ir aaamnpttoo of tb prl ntir of tbo Roman Be rats from man who waa then at the very time the Incumbent a , a . .h.l. Mr ll.l.pll aa It la a. 114 .-. the oa man In nil Cbrltteodom who was Interested InnClrmiog, if he could have dne so with any truth whatavcr, that tha title of "universal blahop" belongs axeluslVBly to the blahop ol Rom But tnataad of this what doea h aavl 13b Opp , Paris edition, lTuJ, voL..,p Ttl-a.) "By what audacity do you npaittir. n aala nn a na till t)tlk n.a r." sandalunlltbbrthrol" ' Do not content to be decorated by thle loft v ret ridiculous tltl" "Oontldtr, I conjure vou, that by tbla rash presumption thpsacof the holy Church Is troubled" "You will beeome greater if you reject th usurpation of a till at ooce louy ana aotura "it ia nuiniuir wnicn maiatalas eoneord between all the brethren aad th onlty of th holy universal Church ' "And what ar your brethren, the blahosof theuolvrnal Church, but atars of hetvO) t MIn dattrtog to place yountlf abire hem by a lofty lltl, what els do you say th-,n 1 will mount up to heaven! M 1'tster, the first of Ihe apostles, and a member ff tbo holy ualver-al Church, Paul. Andrew. John, what ware they butheadeof Individual cnarehet, netertfie lest thsywer ell membrrs of the Church uodsr on tingle Head ' "And to sum up all luafw worda, tb aalntt before the law, the ealnta under th law.th stints undinrua ail have contributed to form tbaklnglomof the Lord, hav been itbtlahed nimbtn of1 he Church, and not on of them has ever , t lut-ht toeall htmaalf wnferrsal " "Lit ior uollnaaa ackoowladg how far you hav been I carried away by prtd. you who have Bought , tu irrtSM w jauifiu ai.ii wnim norcsiiy holy ma a has ever bad the presumption li iinai." What will you say at lbegrcat Am nf lnifaAaftt Iahh. r.i,.vhA..nlb-.. .. w. jawa.. iovvivviiwii .uv ttll'IID I I ua uvi in inn wonu uvi nuiy iurt ( r ailtfll ) ut waivers PoptV " Hei ress this per dioua suggcBtlou " Dehold, on account of hla oiteatatloutand criminal title tim'i.Niai. Isdlvldtd" "Andyou.yuu would aattebfr Toureau biods na auaur waica oeiong s tn alii ' iiui noiwiintiauuiDg an ina a aFTaflon t tint you, I eaooot plao you, jou nor anyoae wnaisocvcr, aoov tne preceptt of tb gaiivl, the Institutions of the eounella and , i terects of th brethren Now, then, an anything be mor eooetu- civ to show that oven among the blshei s of Uvea at that tlm th idea of on man any- Mil In tha Ubureh ntumln tn k y.fn... sal fee,' was not only repudiated but dc nounecd la th most solemn aod seathlnj terms! Thos having reviewed tho whole K round over which lh reverend ttn-m h.. Seen pleased to travel In ordrr to uphold Ws wltaceaes aad enhstautiaie bis Rotnith claim, we tee tb melancholy failure h Aas tntdsi and in our commlacrai.un for his misfortune , w eommsnd to him lb whousom counssl I of Jerome and Oregory while ruminating uti th merits of Mb favorite tradition s TUB VlfrriH fir iiTnu.aiit.. Rut I now omto thttporiloooftboDur o nay wnicn oi in two preiiomloatet iu ubllm Impudence of theatalnti.r t be child liu u.ir.ii.f v. uibu iiiibk wo anau nnl. ?ff :.SEr.v:v.?:rr' d.lHij.'.'! ir.fltwl arprl. tb.l .uv luaiilcloa that i cltr """SHVH"" ""'"'' " "tnf "oil b. 1 --,1 ...-...-,.. w, uvi wa nuMUH r tb. .atlou. .fflia.tlM. or., .due.i.d mia -- .Z""r" " in iniiu r- n cu, oarbapa II la eb.taalarlatla o( lb. BonlJO Ud lo b. ?arjr much aatoolabad wbao any ' 0,,""''r '""" !" bappaoa to b ' K!?f!?i!lJ.t?i. ,V;l.DOK.,".' " '? ? "" " nrai aaampla lo tba binary ..( tho ciiur. , Tbarabar.b.a.olb.rMMIm . .,.., , balora&ladarl X no. tt-aall aa tnat.ueo or tbla wblab, at tb. aana tlm. Itluitrataa .try , lorelblr tbaabaraol.ro! lh. Koi.lahUliarcb aa iadV. ?,!!""".'" '," ""fP'-trfa rr -- " "' -'w.7 L.iaia uiiora ii, i .'iMh0.'11 "". 'ul' aod tb. right or .; IVA'ii ti.'.oatou."'."'.'."'"!' " r- ' . . ". . . . a", wiiii it i in ibis man swore upon th Uospele oerer agalu to teach thetf-rtb'e motion aud thuns sta blllty H declared his detestation bt this ! naraiT. ann nr mitmf lo perform tne peaanee laid upoa him Tbua we ae what ?!afi? Lu-".4 '.".'J. oa"t wo 0I thr- hundred i i!i 'T n",l'l Church for daring to barlpturee And yet it b..T.r..i . r(,r""tH or tu iioly aati that Ibis man uri u hiuiu u th 0 S b iU il bilSU " -lugfriim ,,- i him t elf. .otko.lt. .1 ! rJ ";:..'. Jul of ..ataar ill !" 'P' l" SSiulaM ' ''"' " aabaaqueai ""i foTo.J. ""'' ' lk laisiere "-.ttti'L'.VKl'J.sr'.Y,; 0.,.n.f an- nr,n,7r.J.:ii . .. , "" "I"1 ' "oo-a "uw "Tr .omr, an. mat ftitt .rota nla itHii'"!"?1""'" Kotoa.li. Ilratfr'alla horn Itoma, calllar It HabVlo?" ;ii;l.?.S'.',.'"'" ll" "Mliidau oWo No thuro laooloaa iord of Irutb la thla J. lb. Ja.r'1 u"i.. . r.pi.M..llo. I bar. tM, ,ln i. .)?,','. aara ol aaa .. hii. l? . . m, l,b"" "' m.r diaauuiaa Iha t.o paaaaxra whlcb ui flo. al Uon? a S..".'".'" '".''" "'" IiMI'iUI I blua prolaada lo alt., but .altbar or than aa. u.iu.l.ti.aa.ln'.Vtk"."1! '"'' ' "" , ' 'o-oil lo tba orlrloal tan of Clamant, nor ISS a ,i ...iV- itl.,?pi"M'-' al.m anj.hara ratllar tb.o to tha wotk. or Liiaa. li'j.XtlYiWiiTZ'.,','K''l' I ,,l"" "r w"rtaUto tb. mouth of thla &?! ai. liTCab at., if. fl."','!!1 wllmaali a intra ar a.y," .hlah Luaablua i'.'.iS'It'ihS luultit of h! SV.X' f" '" "iral teeor la .boot lb. mlddl. of tho aarta or lb. .I.wiltjr ot tha aua, either by lourt i o , tury and after relatlu. It ba r apaaah or wrllloc. llul Ha imttow for,ol h,'. marka to tb. .Vraot thai b. an, fa loo hoU froIB.,.il.a.a;al.i.oniioo.ea kl.,r. II,. I trapi.mj by tbla th.l Ib.alorr .boil Patar laqulalllo. 10 I.llla trial waa ahotl ,d wr l?o, hij apl.tl. " kJbo iod .alllnV l! in eenicne lotiHiuir vf-oguuuiLi niwn jJBbyioo Is a llctlon eoovlctedof heresy aadfaltehodi icqulrod t Aud what ssys Caius tha Roman mlaatt al-Jur bit rror ngalusl th Church of Hom- ' His work , an wholli 'Zt whil wfttJd I ffnm aui eoBdcmned to be imprisoned At th plea.. him wt must gst to Ltebluc aVaTn and ? ur of the Inquisition, end to recll.oocea at that, what 1b ha rel.re.c nted Vb t'sstlfvInVt wsek ror three years tho seven pnltulla , 'I en ah .w iha tt ., mVs "of 7he anna! .. Yt lsama Clad loSaakcloth and uuoa his kueea vnu will .1.. th. vlTt.V-?' Ri -l?'l,.!i.. ' Now. t hippo- If Dr. While had beta Urine I In tiioa daya h would bar beaiiiu as I uueh ahookadaa any of than at thla new doa l trio. 11 would not bar regarded U allien, I immediately placed on th ladm Expurgato rua,aedutatd eao." II would har ex I aimed "Whatt Is lb etldtaa of our isoiea ar th opinio of thowhot world for Ktnii ana UDUtrniiavi worn a war an ao m1 fron ninjr hu.drUaol yeare. tor so many MRCft. n lb tint! at lh Flelentlee I. a reael. aaliaullr now ta b ovarturnad bv thle un atari theory 1 Why thUuttlee allphlloao phy. all eelvno, nllhletory and all religion 1" And th Bubeeqaentprogreea of the world would hat Buatalaod bin in hie vlwa Jutl about as much na u will now do la relatlaa to th fait Bod foolteh claim about St. Peter Tf havloc been at Rome. a ataauaciova cnarTiii But lh Doctor la reminded or a eetUlo pamphlet be had tte&, 'Mo which th nuthor grarely attempt to pro that Ihero never was any aueh person In xtaltne as Napol-oa llonaparte," and he eyt th on propoettlon It about aa teaaonbl as th other. Now, I ha namnhtat ti whlah ha rafata waa wrllte by Arehblahop IThauly In eplrMoreay for th pur pot of xpotifif th principle of uaviu iiamaa pouoiopny aa appua. i mlrasUiof ths Nw Titamot and Whattly'a o tJ act waa to show not that U mapait never xlt tad, but that Uuni't prlnoli l wr ab surd. Tit, Whit eta hardly fall to know lh la, and yet h tells th public that th of dHprovlng tb oxlalenc of Napoleon Ilona pimpaiai wiiwiiiiid wiininiii yvftrvv Ear in i fjcginaiog wiin iiiuaiermTcriniwM go1! from bad to wore. 11 flrtt declaraa iliaonnraa la ha a tlaait AI iDiiriraaniaii9D, ton uiiviiuhi nnp tloo," aad says Itls "nothing hut an amply toundt' aod than expend two tolumss of newjpapsr. 11 a print, u rfal It t If It takac a Romanlsl on whol hour to combat a mcr Protoalant puff, nothing but an empty sound," how long would It tak him to nghl against ft real solid argument I And yt tbera la an advaataea la hla mod of Droeodur. Th parties to tho dlteutsloa at pld s lhy should b. W nil koow that thooply waytoprovaa nee all v la by showing that tberall no proof of the affirmttlva, f his waa th touts I puriuad, Dut th reverend Doo tor baa now com forward and aseumed tb amrmaiive, jeaviog u to rebut bit teaiimoay or to ahowthatb pratant atproorthat la I rr ftslatl moment worthy of 'Jit. And thin is what 1 bow propoa to do. I la order to bring th matter Into aa small n compass as Doialbl. I shall ennfin lh leva t.-.Il .- J .---.'--., .-..-J..-L--i .t. iibi nja iw rriVM bui inifuuia( i una lai uounnu oi nice, ay jj ih uj inaiag mm court, which every jurist would nel I berfeetle lrtltlmala and rlrht. wa aha 1 duck olT at oa atrok almost th astir array of witnesses adduced by th reverend Doelor Je rrvV.vM'..'dtu.11. stand Ulsmeaf of! atom In ths first century) Ignatius, PapUa. Dlooy lus, and Irenasue.of th eceoad ceatnrri Ortt-en.TertulllaB. OroHan. Clement of Ala i: aadrla.)alut,aod Flrmlllan, of th third een-. uryiana mt mtmovrc oi ine uouocuoi niee, la th fourth century These ar positively ell tb wltaeisee the reverend doctor has aui. teied together on this Important, this vital Cnlat, for th flrtt Ihrte hundred years of th hrlatlao sra. Now, I do not Ilk to hurt th .foeior-a itBiiDge, out mult viuJICal lh truth. And what cars Clement of nomt, the very man who, of all others, should know tb truth vi mi nmiit question! in my rerroer die ""I gar th passage from Ulemeat U hhi n on i j- p ( vnat is reuta upon, and la which there Ic notth mast ramota allutloa to Potr being at Rom. Yet what le tha eoori puraued by Dr. Whit la regard to this and purs II lato Clement month, jle erai (.7liaBal naanllaaa Palp an.i i..,i . . ... aallervd martyrdom uoder hie own eyre." aod then glvee lb reference to be paaaag which 1 died from tho original la n fair translation or the text. Oaa reokteaa audacity go farther Ihaathltt Obterve.he doea not ptsee Ihoooolatloa marks here, as In other placee, lis knowe better, nd dere nef n ill Vet bo -uumniii- ua paucT inns tjietneot said what he ascribes to him, whereas Clement cays nothing ot lh kind, and It la n posltlv false- vw .U... yiiKiuva ui mi iruin ior aoy ooo to yrrffad that b says aay sjeb thing I with to hav It understood that upon tola polat I aim to ns th stroos est poiilbl terms of eoatradletloa of th statement. Thcr Is not vettigs or truth lo It. wh"yIgauat WfUlogfromAn. tloeh to th Romaae, ho says i Nol as Peter ?.nd S.'.-0' ! 'oa ! 1" ud this, Ilr White tklnba. ik.i n.t.. .. .1 Homo at lai hocelle us that lllsbopPsar oo, ProtoataarEngllah blahop f th sven. tntb century, thinks It docc p And What aaaa Panlaat Wattaa. a... . .1. ,U.ViUbi? ,r.ott,.l.h? woIk, of PP' himself on the eubjeat. It Is only n quotation which .uuuiua, trno oourisnca Bhout th raid J I of the fourth ntnry, pretends to make from Papias, and purport to b n statsment of th manner In which tha rmn,i .r t..i, compOBCd. Th whol paaaag Is quoted In my former discourse, aod there la not a word or. J"bl ' th whol of It about P'efa And what uri Dloarslust CuitMm ai proposes toquoto a pasaag rrom anlatla or Dlonislu to th Rom an a, tb proper trans latlon, ol which X hava given la my former dis count, and fioaa which it plainly appeare that laiBUHfsi pianiingin churcbt at Con u.n uv uvw wi ir ana 1 aui was 're addrecttog their fnatructlons equally to both cities.' and that after thle was don they both Buffered martyrdom about th aemn tlm. But noplace Is men 1 toned wher they died, and not n word Is aald, from tha beglaalog tJ lh ad or th passage, whlsh mdicatfs thstr bodllr Breeeae at Rome Th statement aaoribed to DiobtsIbs that St peter and St Pnl rached th gotpi fa Corlathand In Rome, and aulTcred mariyrtom In th latter ity," is fata translation of th original teat eminently fitted to deealv ' put fdto bis mouth, aa reported la tb Isciuro 1 ir n mw, iihui ww rrniuru in my lor ierdeourse I hav correctly traoslated aoi nvon i rmith thre . ..;.. .t. risr Irnas. the puruon of all wblth i. thai Th. tiAttJaa I'atar alJ Paul, htr thalr i.ma i. bor at Jerusaleoi and la Atla All nor, had lad I mane totlhrlit. andaomaor ihtiKimv.x. ar. I ter wards returning to Rom formed ther a ShafCn tO WhlBh IBB BnOltlCl tBl Wlltt.n In. atrustraot, nnd thue Proclaims 1 th go. pel. I Uu when the Doctor 'telle u that Irenmuc i aswrt lhat Peter and Paul rreaebc 1 th gos ' I' t,"ui" meaalag by thle that they war I lh I reaos at Rom, h makes out a state, I meat lor his wllnesa whlsh lb wllnras never utttfedi and b also makes the wltnesssay What IS falSS IB fBCt. , Andwhattaya Urlgcnt Dr Whit ascribes to. crlgen what that writer never said auj i what eaanot b found anywhere In his works, ?,m',f .Tn,J ,Ur "brlog praashed la AtU I M"or, "weot at last to aioaie, where he wac crucified" Thl latter content eaonot bo I mao punted his head with the eurioue prob found loth works iof Orlgea, nor even In the I lem until fttlaat Ihey thought they would try citation mad by iueeblue hlmeelff I hav I H and then tbey found out th trick Th glreo in my former dlaooursen fall and correct Rev Vt White la really rtvallag tn tb eo iransUUoaofthpasiSflalt etande quoted flundrnm line the wltof the Eaglith monarch. In Lusblus. Irou Orlgsn ... .. MV.m in i 04 And what aava Tarlulllant ita a..v. u,eli0. ?tbM Rom"V "b Peter and Paul left th gospel sealed with thalr blood ' Hut they alaoleft the gospel la th asm way ' to all th Cburchss of Christendom, so tbat tt proves nothlog whatever as to tbslr locality. Dut not coolant with hsarlng what th wll nrsa does Bay, th Doctor puta Into hla mouth what h dot not any, 11 makes him Bay, if authority Is soon athaadwher Paler suffered In tha tame manner as his divine Lord" Now, Terlulllan aays nothing or thle klol whateter Every ceaolar who has ever read th pasaag of rertulllan, ID rraieripliont. you bit nar naiy, jan na iitni, woeoc ' f "i mit inia moo oi garbling and ' lerverilngthens Unerfcclly prenoaleroutl lertulllan, who wae at Carthage, and nearer i tn If.. kaA . . .a L. -. . . . to Roma than to any of tb other Creat Churches la Europe or Asia, (for that la what It Meant by having "authority" ih author V v 'rM.rawitjf, OI OI CaiirC UOVtrHMIHt, "Marat band,") was arguing against thus who deaieil the orthodox faith, and whan he ma I this appsal, it was not lnallusloa to any exclusive local church, but to tha wbola Church in general.wnerever it exlstsd Oo,' say he, "to the cities In which lh very chalre which the apostles founded ar sllll occuplstl, as they wer In which tha rn . occupied, as they wer In which tb verv letters that they wrot Bra still publicly read ' Hon aatbeotls copies, conveying to ut ae It were, tb very sound of their voice, th very expression oi thsir features Ther ar Wcatr f thes pISCSI If TOU lira ni,l a-k.i you hav th elty of Oortoth to go to If asar Macedonia, you hav th town of rhillnnl. and yonliavalhrssalonlaa If you eaa gu ai (..iim. lit, mi... . . . . Mr eastward ss Asia Mlaor. you bar tha ad tant-jgo of Lpbeaus, and If you Ua near Italy you bar tha city of Rom, wbioc "C havf an authority near at hand Yea. happy i truly happy la that Church loto which the apostles with their lives poured fnrth all their dooUlnes-whsr pit! I.. I hi. T ... ...tr...A at. - j? .:"'.1" Paul waa crowned with n departure llV that whole tUiryaa It Is, what posalbla Ustlmony dec he vender la proof of th asisrtloa that ."""" ,M' iiut.tn.i. u.t ...- '"i -T-i ai jiom-i none wnaterer- And vtb.t ,st, Orprl.nt III, l.ofu... Ii lhl.-J3ul Uorulla. m."i bl.nop w," in. pi.B'i oi ..Di.nui, in. 1 1, Wats. lb. nl.c. I'.t.r.tb. ,.nrclot.l ,b.lr, b,,.", "mu no. wuro n ia .onaiaer.a tntl lh,f. .xnraa. alooa. "plaa.ol Palar,ebalrof PalJi; wSn nol laji.allr. or ..V oa. ebureli oj liaalltr e.alualtur, but w.ri tacbolc.l foiul" , l'""on .mplojad todanot. onlaUl aulborltr ill la all tba cbuiabaa, aod h.TUinoilla .1. tal.raoaa wkiunrtalhi Tbodlli pt.I. ."oa olll. apoatl., tb. t.atlnonv ortbla.lt naaa am.uota to Juat oothtoc at all lo aun. nrl ol tba aaaarlloa tbat rata .aa al llom. And.liataaiatJlaiDantorAlaiandtlal IJr nun. rri'i.a.uia ima .iioaaa aa aa.lor "Ibat Mark l hla toipel ralatad what ba haard '. 'I"W -' J1 5". . a I i-rjiur ( crtl II liomi iod,ioywUIB.dlbVYrbi;..ftK.K Ubl bqou this church ' This Is surely vrv Putoravcr visited Ihose UifliiOt Aod what sars siriillanl Th teversnt U.ictordoes not pause in manufaat'ira auv ,.idiua opul tt-lJtbf Bjudjul binuui -iituviKrixpiivf nni nam it mentioned! be only savs be can show at Roraeth inonu lacutBof th npostleti and eo they could in Alxaudra aiul Constaollnopl and manv thr eltlci. but that wouli Z .11? It only mentions him with a half don others at ao Authority whit I. ihey.th Romaalata, fully aoeopl. aad thereTor If yon deslro to kaow tb Bubataaeeof hie teattraooy.yoa will And a ery piquant pattue or his elledlnmy cornier d It court, ft la part of a letter writ. ten to Uyprlao, Ultnop oi utr. nana, iinvi his opinion ol Me - Hittiop or Rome, and htl aonnr to ili with naltlln thw question, whether Peter was ever at Rom, than th lebrated argument r a pMlMifUlh Uol Terelly of Padua had to do with refuting th eoottltatloa of th solar iyitm. 11 would not admit the revelatloos of the teleaeopo, for hsald,,"astheraronlyasTenmetalc,Bra day in week, and but seven bole to n man'B head, ao there eaa b but sevn planet And her w reaeh th drat council of Nla. Of which coooellth Doctor says lo thoefTest tbat over three hUBdred rencrablo blthopa tbea and there proclaimed th fast that Peter waoatRomel And, after having repreeented this h winds op th psragraph by another spoctmca from lh cheap horav6ok of elattle quotatloaa. 1 eoarealy know lo what term in haruiartia anah atalemeat. but I mutt say tbta la about as tool and eonnJent na ne aarflnn at aa uttee faltltr. without th ah ado w or Tetlg of authority to ataad upon, aalhav rer oneouBtcred. No aueh thing over hanpea'!, nod w ar otltld to ballare, aad naid mti no idea oi auen ininr avei that no Idea of such thin n anil a a bar rain. occurred to any ae and sober man, who bad not a murpatton to uphold. Thus w And lhattb vUnee produced by tho reverend Doctor down to the year A ll M4, to abow tbat Peter waa at Home, dwlndlea away t ab aolutely nothlog, nod that Dr. White, uader th array of a long Hat of nam, which to has tadlaerlmlaately collet ted together, at tempts totmpos upon u n strle of I abrl eated etaUmeati, or, tout hi own words, 'a tissue of sophistry, misrepresentation nod assumption." fliARn At . Rut It maybald w ought to nolle tho great "cioua oi wuneaaaa," soma nuy or morn which hawabean aunmonad Into conrt from along thlln of eenturlec Yeatoherlalaly, w will say something about them. In order to do than Initiaa let ua aunooao n ens. Th AUrt IS BltilBg, ia issue is. wan v. eeriaiav man at aeertalapUsB during hla natural UfOvl limei rtOWlBO loeior oeing on iat amrn tire, lotrodueesn long proeecslotf of d lit In gulf bed and venerable part 00 s, aad cbuvm eacn on 01 mem ia paaa sior b 1 And lunnait tha lamination about and there proceed after tb following faahlom "Well. Mr. Wltneta. vouaaylAU miimi at (11 plactf Aaa, Ye, air. Rut did you see hlntberct Ana. No, air. Ilow then do you know that k was there! Ana Well, Judg beosui inquire A, told m so. Dut how did L-tqutr A, know that-he was there! Aaa. Wh-. iltniili II talJ him ha waa. And haw uurujiiuiiwi.ywli.wra.K wtj. iwu (uauiMRiiii iimvr lira mil urn umt avaiu tuiiai ( iibiiiiii,iiiiu(ri whota nam was Ablmellcb Jshoaophattthal thlsdlstlogalibed aaeeetor had said, that loag betor hlsday there bad been la tb family another nottetor who waa heard to say ibaH nwMVimr nuirni inn mw inrtt ill drcdysars before that th original raeoyoo. raott aneleot aoeotlor you apeak of who know anything about the matter I Ana. Why, ao sir, not exactly, at leaal thrr le nothlag In Istene that w kaow of whlsh glvee any elue to that matter. Aad yet you say Mr. Wit ban that BolwlthBtandittar thla vnu kaow that th man wa 1b that placet Abb. Yes, sir! Well, sir, you can get dowo, th eourt will dismiss tb cat " Aad this Is precisely what th Intelligent aad thlnklag men of our tinea will tail th re vera ad Doctor of hla leod or witnesses,' aod th mer conjectural hear aay"evldeaoof his "moot learoed and ! neat meo," whether Romaalator Protestant. AiniDTitoxrrrroi bbwdso. Dut the Dostor frankly admits that thtro Ic not a particle of proof In tbo New Tritament In favor of Peter being at no met and h a. sets tbla by Insinuating that ther Is eicrtp. tore warrant for tho obaervansaof tho Aral day of th week a th Christian Habbaih, aad h want m l look out about It and ao bow w ar going to get aloag without suah a war rant. Tuts la an old trlsk which ha bean tried too often lo frighten people ll lens much hla ballasts a it Is mlao to find a warraai forth obatrvane of th Christian Sabbath, nad I With him to understand that ha ana knn hla 41d pugilistic gauntlets to himself. I car nothing forthsm Itut I will say thla much about iha Sabbath, aod It la tract alee Chris tians pretsod toobtetv thadty, 1 do Ilk to it It kept with adu regard to external de cency, to say th leaal. And th probability Is that J may b somswhat mora strlslla toy notloea on this subject than th reveread Doctor himself, fr If I had been gofor tod liver n lectur ot tbo description which he did 1 ehould not hav chosen a sabbath vlog I must say I do like at least qutst and repots In our city on th Lord's Day, "ArOOALTfTlO WBAKUBt." Tho Doctor. In hla anxlatv la count Pal la at Rom, figures away lathaadth paragraph to show that Ihero le th highest degree of probability" tbat such waa the faet aad after collecting together again n number of Protest. ant commentator and hiding bLmieU behind them 1 hav obseivod wha h la really a troubU hseme tohav a habit of rcaortlng to th ProteetauU) after, I say, hiding behind them for awhile he vestures to plung right Intoth mid tt of th ApocalypBottaelf lie actually aires for reference, to prove tbat Rome ia Dabyloa, thetltb chanter Well, he may hav all th comfort of It, 1 au sur w bail not attempt to diminish It. A rownnrn. iixoaTBATtOB, In th 0th paragraph, having for th mo meat repudiated tho spurious Tegeods and lying fictions of other days, he think that there 1b a good deal of point tn th lllaatratloa of th Preeldeot'c proclamation, but he renders It very powerful Indeed when fa aayst Mw certainly hav a right to conclude, until th otflVYJj prAUaf.that whan MJmiH AVi that ha was t is thtrwnn n isbum it." Jait the ehlaf teat of oxeeutlv authority was nol Romo but Jerusalem, wher w koow Peter was when bo did It at to td log to th som mandment ot Christ, "to begin at Jetoi Hem " Th 111 jstratlon Is very powerlal l IT DOUIOTCONI. Dut la lb Mth paragraph th Doctor aikt' "How cornea II that so many writers who flourished In the first three eenturlec distinct, lyalllrm that Peter teas at Romal aad how comes It thst th saia fact wa proclaimed at the Council of Nlca In Mi, whcie ther were over too bishops l Aad our answer It ( doria'f renu. Ther Ic no such thing la th book. Charlee I is said once to hav propounded this question to his court. I If you rut a live fish lu a na water, how comec It that tb I overflow th vessel t Maaynk pan tun oi ciear b water will not A BBOAD ABSUMPTtOlT I in&issisiparagrapn in uoctor holJIr a aumss that tha fet of Peter bring at Rom waa neverdoubted nnr den tad fnr tha aniira periou 01 19VU yeara. tnia ia a poamon Utterly uataaable, sine ther war none who ao tea if. fisddurlBgth first 800 ysars.aod although from th tlm of tb pretended discovery of Vster s boaeabvSvlvtsler we show haw thiln.i was finally Introduced and permitted to spread ot ll from tlm to tlm, aad for th last aoo 5wi9 ininunuir mi iwm mnrvaiiDg, Bfia 11 Is esllned to Increase mor rapidly la thofu. ture until ths real truth shall com to b known and a-e anted throughout th world, Iha light of Christian ret Birch la ft t clear- IU U U VIUUHI Hoag trikxiTto loth fifty third paragraph th Doctor, la order to neutralise th effect of th loves. tlgttloo la regard to Peter'e being at Rome. wants to hav It understood that Iha ml. pies of examlaatlon, upon which war nro Ta,Mi. vun, aii.a a-f .mall f , frilOltJkl (0 Isatth thousand Romish claims and usurps' tloas which bare grownup with th abutea of th timet, ar very improper and un whole oirf, and that If things go oa In this way nob Jy a hundred years bene will know whoa they ar or where tbey ar or what tbey stand upon II la oven afraid that com body wUI rfVnylhat I aver officiated as th chaplalB of th eoate But I would not Ilk tohavath revereod Doctor too much die turbad about It. sloe 1 never thought that prayers ar a kind or literature that mankind eLouldeeek to vulgarise, or posterity should sense lo originate Dut I euspect this psr sooal allusion was only a llttla more squirm liig, which the Doctor found bud toba don beforafa eeuld get through with his story, aod I hare only to say bis Ingsnultyta quit equal to bis endursoe Th Doctor's unsophisticated method of stating th point Is truly refreshing II n forms us that when hlcwltnesseasaythatrtr aad Paul founded tb O buret, at Rom aod Dreaahed tha faith In that ellr. tha mnin. or all this, according to Dr Sunderland, la that ha may hava performed this work by proxy" And, leadlog la th asm vein, h elsewhere pute this resplendent interrogato ry "Doea It follow (hat tiaaanaa ma- ,.. been some lime in New York and Phlladeu lima, luereiora n nrivr icsi m wasblflgtoa 1 ' In retoome lo thla. wa tall tha ravaran,! nAa tor what docs follow, namely tbat Jf It be admitted that tha man waa la Nm Vn,ir a PhUadclphla. be cannot claim oa that account to hav been In Washington Ther must la fact b proof positive that a left those cities and proceeded to th latter place, aad of his personal pretence there, And what Is the proof to this effect ad ducedbyDr White f Why.th vague expres sions of some few of tb Fathers about ' Peter and Paul founding tha Church of Rom and C reaching tho fslih In that city,'1 when w now tbat what wa don to found tb Church of Rome, br preaching or otherwise, was don before Paul wrote his eplstla to the Romans, and we learn from that epistle that Its author had not tyet been anywhere near Rom. And the same may be aald of Peter Now, what thes two apostles did was certainly dons without their personal pressneetn Rome, dur ing tha period in question Afterward w but not a whisper of any such thing la regard t peter And If there were no better evldeoc than this of a man's havlog offered prayers In tb American Hroate, I ehould not myself wonder If a hundred years hroc, men should turiiD fMBi-trawna Dut In the rift) fourth paragraph be launches wa.. .UB.B-. a. ,a. n Vllltt WI I1IJUIIU lUUUDfOlif, and boldly charges ua with dolor th fie of Rome thej grossest Injustice Why, h asks. did not th other Sees claim this primacy if iiiij van j inn ii iiiui n ill nur wil 11 luBI the Inuoeont and Injured fie of Rom Alan hadpasscsslon by unlrcrsal content for tb unbroken period or ls(Xi yearsl Now, this Is a Utile surprising! 1 have sometimes won dered what histories the Doctor reads, and where h gets bis In formal to t.1 It look very much as though Ae made U as A vtm eony ldo trust h will not overtax hlspowsrs uf Intellect, however great th strain may b upon the reelingaofhlc heart We have g. cused his Church or nothing which has sot Lseo over and over proved In th forum of tbo wnrlri All that fa toad In tha Romlah eoaiotunion, aod in inof amaiier ssnuments nan snariiioa win en auorn auviaty ana luinltier lo human hapt lucss and virtue, and ui it neioug, n cow m on iu out wuun an wsoity, wretjcl aad chtrlib,al wg isy lr i.tth.nb. p..p.tu.i. riui tk. ..,o.t - BUmpilOU OI Hl KVBiiau a vniiugiit) i ..Vi. ' ii.p..a.M d.ionon, wbitt lauriimea iop"""j. lint II la in na aDirlt of retaliation Ikat w fl sonatralned to oaaupy thlspoeUloa. That w aometlmea bar great provoaaUon It evi dent aoough, for It tcema to b na natural to th Senaaltt to talk In beastfalwey f hie own Uhureh while h look with coatempt human Innga to baav or th humaa blood t circulate 1U valaa. It la easy fur blm to ar and docmatls and play th sipcri llioui part, whllah wrap hlmcalflo hit own Ima gtMl rtai red Importation aad blindly mckoas th rat vanralialproteatantChrltUn bodice with Ska Msrnk aiwl I ha Turk, with th londal and th Jew. This la tk comity of th Romaalat, and It Is a aptef to behold aroLnov noKArAnTi. Dut lh Doctor takesm upia my quota tion from Nbpoleoeu JI thinks my refaraota vatbsr f mlafortua for ProUttant sm.Iaat much aa Napoleon, after havlag beet a rather rough soa of th Chureh, Anally returned to his mother, nod left hr a teadir, part ing word. But w no .mltfortua In tha m attar at alLbaeauaa If abblaaa waaaneak- Ifiar of (Ihrlal and tha ttlumDha af hla rllloa at n period long be for tb Papal Chtrch nad full wall tho difference between tk spiritual religion whlah h detcrtbed aad list mon strous and bloody usurpation whUh Rom has praetlced over tb aoul of men tor ages. itut If In tha hour af hla Anal waaknata ha forgot th horrlbl story of Papal.wnaga aod only saw la tb gathering gloom of tne grave that vision of holy faith which la Bloats th or a meat and th consolation of qui nalura. it waa a trioui not ao mucn io in csnrcn oi Horn as to th grae ot Jssui whlah reached him lath midst of bsN TBB WITMBtSIBQ of tCTOX Dut lh reverend Doctor em-uallllng lo eooclud without Imparting to u Ha fiaal warning. 11 tells ua (hat LuthtL as the avowedenemyof thPop,haa.ntwlhttand Ing his activity, long been dead, and M would hav us to believe that Luther Is a lying prophet. Ay, he la ijlog prophit, even aiierinemanowr vi wi. wan - iB(uaau f apeakath" Th aoul ( Luthsr aal hleeo refrmr lives and act to-day la vtry soun try ot ChrlsUndom froo. th beglndng they were tSTtacBiij iaiiiiHifaf iv ifmi iv th human rac whlfh th corralled asd paganised forms of tko Romish rellgbn ould tldi aad It has been ncknowbdfad br Uomlsh writers themselrc that tit court of Protestantism ha been th ctlrf mlr aal of modern history. If In the face ofsuehst sonscsslon our rdubtj lotor t&Tiuo'vf1 thV In potent presaof, w shall Isav hit to eroon away hie Ufeulo the hol low air. Ills no concern of oua. We take our annaaltotlma and the ludeaeat of that Prnvldenc whlsh first or last itaurstottt uod'l eetvants hav proclaimed, Miiiuagt even ana viaaifai ineirnin wbicb TaittllLtLODIUI la tsklne leave of lh dlseusion our rv ereaj Doctor has borrowsd ths speculation andthaaoBg of Logllah genius. With three he baa woven Ihe texture of his eilugy. It Is very prslty in composition, rod was ao doubt very sonorous la th rounds J period of th Doelor Ioqnne, Dut tie courses or on tuiMua mi ariHieae i m purira past, not lathe llvlegpraaant ot th traal tutor. iv( shall not imitate his ixampl. ranoaaTioif, Not even from lha worka of lh moat Ulna trlousdeadars w coaaUalnad tidraw forth th expression of our eoafldsaei, Uefor ue lie th open volume of human satiety, who chanter bear Ike atorr of tho nations. Amid th( cloud that gather on the firmamsot w on ro still waaing ina- oro wniso one filled tha whol slrsutt of th htavvn wlih Us awful preaeoc la bow thorn oT Ita majcatyr It la blood red and (helloing It goMfast rolling downward, whin tha shad ows thlckeq over II. and th ralllroos of the oatloaa lift up thsir ye tog upon Ite mighty dUappearauae. That ub la th Roman Papacy, lie not decelral. Uod Is not mocked, nor will he raook bumaalty In Its xpeotfttloa. Itls but lh work ofluman pa Hence, but Heaven will make thit natianc an anvil oa which every hammer or ditap- CDinivaat enaii wear out, ana in in new lngdom that 1 to com w shall forever lorgai in pi stent cosiusit. Calobu) LABoatnoHKi'a Uovrmtio. in aesoraanc wiin previous arraotemente, a nnmbarnf delearataa from tha aa vital work. legmen's elubs of th various wads assets- oieum in iuaermen'B unamner, ttrr nail, wmtiugB io aai ior in coureu worn logmaoolthetltv, Oa motion of Ur, Dutsell, EJwwj Atkln- on, commiisiobtr of th llfth vard, waa causa to toe enair, and Aaron Rune II, stare tarr. Oa motion aeommltteacn reditlats was appolntsd, consisting of on delefat from each ward A call belag made. It waa found that tha t Irat, Sixth nad Seventh wards wer not represented. Th following wore ehnseni Second ward. Kd ward Ambuahi Tkini ird. Oeerg lirowof Fourth ward, Wm.II, Seotli Fifth ward, Jamec II, searlcs The ommlt- te retired, ana wbil waiting Tor thalr report Joaeph 1J rooks, attUtaot commissioner of the Second ward, addressed tha maatln In revard to tb Importance of the work legate a co Thacammlttsn en ereitantlala rmnrij.1 tha following aa accrdlted4elfg at sat Sseond Ward Charles If Peters, J. Drooks, ii.ui; iniuij! mu, n, VHHf, IiUWiril AD buah. Waehlegtoa Waller. J as. A Neltoa. Third Ward John w. rman, Rlehard Clark. Qeorg W. Urown, Lawreoe Wirt, a-tub nuiaaii, two a. vrrven, Aiireu 11111. Ponrtb Ward Uaurlcn Murnhr. willlai Rowea, A.M. Oresn, Wa. II, Scott, Patrick KearTt a7 w b.""J oUbc on!' lllcnael Draley, KoVi, II Qalnee,Jamec Rradley, John DalngerfieU Th report waa adopted. Oa motloa of James M, Tallry, a eon rait tee on permanent ornlsallon was appointed as folio wit Messrs Nslsoo. trta man. flraen anil (jennm. Wkll. It,. ..Ilia. ... J. 11, .. eneeehcB wer mad by Messrs Hayes aad Tb commute on permanent organisation (ziiui-ivii tut ior iu jire rxi, aw preaeni OIU eera ba eontlanad t-M. Alklaann. mUm.ii end Abroa RuttsM secretary, with the add fr- itiiu vi w aiHa fu. imiir aa urmjaunuing avo- illllf lliu AllUVVf UUWfll UViaaurvr They further rtoamnrnd that a anaalal meeting b held at some futur day, for th election or permanent offlccre. aod ttis trans action of other business to be bretght be- Tb report was rejected on tl.roiiBl tbat A permanent organisation ehould bt eiTcoted now. A nsw eommltte wa tbea appointed, eon sitting of Tkomas Chase, 11, W, llrovD, Wn Ldlaborouih and Robt Oalaes. Thla mi. jnlltr, alter da consideration reirted th nmmrt oi r.j,Aitiaioa ior prttictni, ... Rrooksfor vice prssldsat, Russell for record lag and Talley for eorrespoodlng ace re tar y aod A, M. Ore for trees arer. Along debet ensued o thtte nominations, but the report wae formally Adopted, aod the convention adjourned. Ommnalest4 ) Tns Foon. -.Under it new ftrrtijremeot which go. Into operation to Uy aider the new director, Dr. Suhoell, corner TMrteeath and X ttrteU.thera need be la our section no caso of aflrlfig Qarelleved. Ultherto (here hhve been too few rUItorl, each visitor bar log thue lad an enlrely too largo a territory to oversee. The.vr.tcr of mu dm inowa one visitor to nave TOO case la one day, and be at ber work tran break- usi to Deaume, ana men not gel through with all wbo required bcr alien i bo. pCr ouaI vUtUiloo being necessary JeorJcr to dltcrlmlohto between real aod drcteoded cases of destitution, tbe territory a beta no divided op at to taaVo lie Ubor bolb easier to tbe visitor and more thonagh and satliTactory la thecalnlmroftha bmnvntant object loteodod, as the foUowlDr ?9w list of B.T. R. W. Lo.rlc, i:05 t .traol, ililta from Tanlh lo Fifteaoth atraata. .nl fMrn tl 10 1 trocti Mra. Cae, Tenth to HRenlb. ud I U Kt Mra. V.llt, M13 Elerenft itr.ct Tantb lo ritltenth ami K to l.t a'ra. 17oo- vi , ivi m etinck, a wovu iO c liuetlll AOU Jj toU Mrs. re ten, 1S30 U street, Tenth to Fifteenth and M toN Mr. J. Dllltioil O street, Tenth to Fifteenth and N toOiUrs. Pntney, corner Thlrteshth and U, Tentb lo Fifteenth and O to Pi Mr. Dallar. Eighth near B, Tenth to Thirteenth and Pto It 'jTwTT Thirteenth to imeenth and P to It. Thus, to the nine idu4rc-rt.m if in R streets, there are 9 visitors. As no visitor Is allowed to ticket In tbe "beat" o anoiber, (to prevent dnDtlcat intmllts belmr rinn. we would be glad If publicity cocl.T be glrea to the above fist amoog tbe colored people la order to acquaint them with the proper visitor to apply to. M those wko can read tellotben. A Viiitob, . FaAV".aAli"1 '.'"-AbotlHo'cloek last night aa alarm ot Are waa turned la from boa St, (Bank of ATaihlogton.) to which the nremen proceeded, but fouod no Ore nor any body who knew why ths box was turnida. USBX4M VsTKBiir U io.t.-Tiile asseels. tlonmet on Wednesday evrnlog aod llsttnsd to the readlag of the report orihe fiaatclal eceretary Uomrad Ruger pressotcd to the union s I cry haadsom gavel. Alexandria aud Tlelaltr From tUe Alexandria OauiU of yestcrJu we dtp tbe fwllow lag news Hems t Tug alabv of Are about 9 o'clock last night Damed work back of a fire i lace la the house ofUsptalnD A Lowe, on Duke street, bow uodsrgolag repslrs. The lire department was vum wu u- iiuubh inti a won, out il nam ar doBC waa verv tllirht Th. ..-. dilllcultyat first In locating tbe flrelncooie. I"" vt mu iriruininy iq BOUbUlDf tbt VlT" V.l"r!" '. .,',k"'VC"'". .' " -iii. vuHini, umwm llTtn LUullO aotlcs that thsr will eofurca tbe laws against treio tne ft on their lands forth purpose of hunllor This is don lo protest the birds which live principally on Inaacts, andeoosa qurotlr are the Nroasrs' beat Mends, I'rr eone who have maj clot obeervaiLobe oa thle eubjeot sty that losscis Injur Unit to vegelstloa Af multiplying to fearful lilt ot Tub Tsbruary termof tb Uireult Oourt for this flounty, Judge Dili prealdlag, adlsurasd this morning, havlag bean In section Ior mor than a month. It Is probable that, as stores' cat erg solxsd. lh oourl will never meet again, AlKeane Edviid R I'lWf mr A... a V Ooz, of this elty. forth pait two year ita dsnt at th Usltlmor (Jul leg of Dental s.i. gery, hid couferre I on them the degree of D.clorof Dental Surgery y tu faculty of that institution, at ths UJogordlj, UaUloor city, last ulght TIID TF.nniTOnill. MOVEMENT It HESTINO AT LTHCOLN H4IX SpeecltCBorrromlneaiCHIiem. 1 .... aaa Kaaallflif tit tha fflSndS ttt territorial gorerament for the District of Co lumbia waihcld UiieveolBt at Lincoln Hell for the purpose or ratUrlog the action or the committee appointed at a previous meeting, a a 't ..la.il .lllianl A !( tuninvi wur fivM-a. -. were present. , , Thmtlng was tailed toorttr by Colonel J A, Msgruder.aodllon.Oso.P.risntrealled upon to preeldei II, Kit bourn was ehoteo sec retarytandRsv.J.W.Urea,Alr.J.C.Lwls, J J UoombsABdS.P.Drowa.vloepreBldents Judg risher then said that a chairman or tha commllta or on hundred aad fifty, ap pointed by a meeting of th eltlscaa, he would submit tb bill agreed apoa for the territorial government of th Dlstrlsl of Columbia Th object of th meeting was to ratify tb action of the eommltte, and prosseded to read in bin airay puousnea tn wt mrui LICi Al htttwtd, byth people of th Dlstrlsl of -. i a.a. . ...I .- tl .aLaahUrl. UOiumoia id intii unia.iba ..a..i..! that w do hsartlly approv th plaa f a tsr .itaitial .fitirnntnl toe tha niatrletof Colum bia embodied la th bill presented forouroa- tldsrsiioni tnaiw regaru suea lorinai r veromealasbest adapted to th peculiar re lati... ki.k aiiatkla tn tha (lanaral Oovi rament, aad w do neat earnestly recommend ita ailnnllnn tallonbrreis. to thBCBd that tha great tight to sif government enjoyed by all othersUweosofibe Republic may b extended totheltltaaof this Dlstrlsl also, and th ooty remitting anomaly In our political eye- UAH. a. Ii. UtJ.llathaa addretaed th mt- l8g in support of tb msasnr. H thought tha l.iil ia Ua aanaral faature deasrvlna th support of th IUiens of th Dlsttlsl. II migat B vppoaeu ui ui uuii'uvhiiii aun that was otr Inan oould be ex pee ted Nobody ed quarrel about tho appllcatloa of prlaolplas ovr which they had oo ooatrol. Tha DUtvlstwasastual)ygorradbr rpro Bsntstlres la whse olectloa w hare no vol TB meaaare.xnereiore, um not nur noteto abrldea th rights or pilvllegesot lis eltlteos.and these who say to the contrary do not eilDr unaersiana in niun or viae hare not tba courage to axpress their oplaloos Soma worklngmB as t octal Ions war ar. rayad against th movement, because It was said tb territorial form of government would abridge tjMrlgkt H de nljdt hat Itjva a goodTllepubllcans, he esluld say thsy war not good cluteae. Ii waa obvious why eertatn parties acoaregd opposition to th bill, but b hoped no on would he deceived by their arguments. The bill proposed to enlarge the rights of th llliBs,and h defied noybody to dlsprov th assertton. It dettgaed to give th people of tb Dlstrlsl thsir full rights, audio what could th friend t of tru sovei. Ifniritrinl. speaksr tbea proeeaded to examine the Oongrcscloaal gorerament, n shown In the Ability, It was time that a right etlmat should evenly yeare path waa amrtoi ianf ba nuiuoan aueh labors, 'l his state awuunes did Bt exist besavseof a decline tBotrpris psrlty. It always has existed, end wae better today than over be far. Th peopl of Ut Dlslrlcthad toeotnpet with all lb ltlieaa of th United Slste before thsynoBldgel a battler. Yat tha Ulatrlatof Oelumblanadd aa much legislation a tons State who legieiauvBaessmoiagss ar in nuwb two umi ihreamoaths. Uut we eaanot get so much as a week, not even a day, darlag com as t lions af llnnareaa is which to UB OUT WSBtB and hav proper meaaures adopted lorourpros- rsrlty This, It was tru, wa nol the fault of b members of Coogrsss. but the fault of th sltlssns w&o nave,in in eoure ei vvcbu, allowed themsclres to drift late thlsstateof things , Mr. RldJle spek of the oppoallioaefth Dliv Ilailoooiinants. but recarded that a ear. fecliy naluraL Between tb lndnrrea of tons on on hand ana tb oddosuiob oi others th Ulslrlst would never b beltr than tt la. He next reviewed lh nrlaelDal fatars of th -bill, and thought thsy commanded themselvea 10 ma approbation ot an pewit, rvrnape ib bill was nol fra from objections, hot to those who criticised its fsatures forth good of th pl lh committee weald say, bring us a bill, with more acoeptabl features. Ur Ulddla tn aonelualon aald that ther was ao doubt about th pasaag of tho bill. Its own merits would carry tt through. To th member of th City Councils who speed their flat a and exneud th eornoratlOB tnonev In making windy harangues against th right of th people oi ia uiau-io id govern taem eelvee h woul 1 a ay. they hod better atlod to th Interests whlah they wet elected to look artar. and It ther would not. then their tat stltuents should remit them to other nelde of labor Oen, O O Howard said b felt toward th taiiiira aa ha did In tha haelanlnr. '11a waated com measure adopted t relieve the wanla of tb people, aad thought with the ex ferlcneeha had h could epoak correctly As ha ait or tha Door and th cahool avitam had beta alluded to he would aay that until the government oi n wiamei waa bib io lain iha aiittinLt atata ot thlnes would sontlnua. No on who has bean among th poor could doubt tb ns tetany ior fatter meaturaa to provide sad take ear of our own resldeats. And th school syitsm, which should b th best lathe country, was bul la Its Isfansy. ua tn wnoie to watit oi in pepi oi an i aaa a i could beurgndfor theadoptlOBoi tbe bin MeW.U.Pfalllo aald that Mr. Rlddl had th territorial msssur was carried out it would, fa hoped, put an end to lh giving away of grant public frsoehlta which exslu- ij imiuuiiu w na iuiii ui in district Haw manv aueh meaturaa atri n.a hif.ta Congrats tt would b bard to tall. There were claims for the canal, rights of wsy for rail road flompanlee, for public reservations, u for private eorporatlona and la tare it. Th speaker said on would thlak from th eoolaets ot th requests made thai euxeor oration waa baakrupt,and lb selfonttU luted administrators were ready to admlalater upon our rights. The remedy wae a change v. h v.h wa wa uaa.a.B ur(IIIIDIi-lia then we might expect something better then W have bad. Among th objestloot urged agalast th present hill was tbat It would be looexpeo. ll.a.lk.lllu.i.l.l k k.,a.. . .l!" '. . aiiiiivatit.iiiiiii in V(llr Ir Itt IBBUlCla Ealliy of Qeorgatowa aad Washington lo at a asnarata mra mm ant. Th. .. was that Ultl pstly governments wareaet la accordance with our nest Interests. ttom DSODJS talon tns Bat a llan as hu. I oration offlccs sod lh corporal loa treaiary. rota fin rooming th corporation nltorner will array his bruad of offleeboldete and offlee-eeekereon I'eaneiWanla aeaana. aai i. their hehaUnams the the terma for which they will letlr from tho corporation pap, hebo Jlved tbe Ux paycra would wUlUsly graat intir riuM, previsau isay snow tBCir (aces no more forever. i'roicssorj n baojfton.tb next speaker. said that Since tha fifteenth amaatlmaat hail been ratified, he felt a greater Interest In th District f Columbia, altbouxh he claimed lo baacltltenof Ohio U observed the ondW tloa of things In our mldet for yssr aod kaow aomtlhlng was wrong sons body waaatfealt. Ua believed la th grand ids of seUigovet a. meat, aad thoagbt black aod whit eitlien should bar th tight togovsra thmslrs. U uadsr stood lh neonle of ths aountrv wan not even reeognUed politically, Thla was all wrong uoagrssi owes ii to itself, le th no, la of tha aouatrv. to tha itaoula at tk ln Irlet, that gisatcr privileges ehouJl be. ae- coruru iu )iiiii 11 had fJiaralocd thaauestloB of territorial rotutromaat la Its enaetitmieael eapeet, asil bt He veil Oeogreie tu lh right to veater tbe authority asked Ue wasted Ike Ulatrlot to b not only tk scat of th Ocaeral-Uorero meat, but the model slty of the eouatry. Th Bioral, social. poUtlsaf atmosphere At the eaullal should be so mush baiter than aay other city, that no oa oould live her with, aui feeling Its loOueaee, Th ri(bta (Jon gross ooulileoofsr aod should 9efr will bet all concerned aod reflect lu tlraesredti upoa all eoaeernad- Mr. Ollntoa Llofd said that oely two elssssa of jicopl had vr bean blessed with the as. elutlve leelslatloa, th savags aod Ike peopl of Ihe Dlstrlsl of Columbia, Wllhth feriaer om ltnprovnst was naolfest, elrlllratloa hadmadasom adranees among the Iadlaesi but here lb WaablDgtoo eanal aad theOeotre matket house waa all we could boaat tof. It was II ue the elUe&a of the Dlstrlsl should be aroused, and urgently request Ike passage of the bill Ue called lev th previous question. Th bUI was tbaa,ratlfledby sa unanimous vol. Oeoeral A, Oraat thought eooe measure Should -. tu inaugurate an aotlv sm patgo throughout Ib elty, particularly every effort had been mad lo mltlsad tht coU ored man ia retard to tha movamaat. Mr Ialojrdaaid tb eommllteahad that sub ect under consldirsttoa, sad would alt a ad irl It At 10 11 lbs mtetlDg Adjouiocd', Vocio TatcTks. DeUctlre B'glsy yester day evening arrested four small boys two white and two colored named Jack Clark, Chei, Stewart, James Hawkins and Xftn, Holmes aged about nine years aaeb, charged with entering the basement of Dr. Sunderland's cburrb, on Foor-apd-a-hslf street, with tho Intention of pllferlog. When arrested, tba vonns villains had fa their possession a dagnereotrpe likeness or a lady, which they bad stolen from a houe on Pennsylvania avenue. Janice Walter "In terrlewcd" tbo accused at Dollealmdin.r. fsrs last night, and bdog satisfied that ho had een them before, when tbey were cbsrged with Ibe larceny of a quantity of lead pipe from eereral untcnanUd Routes, he concluded to pass them to the work house for the period of 80 days each. Where la tbe long-talked of House of Refuge t A IfODHLGnocrar. The extensive gro cery esUbllshmcnt of Elphooso Yooog A Co., cornor or I'ennsylranU avenue and Four-ana a-half streets, is one of the Institu tions of WaihlbEtoa an Institution era bona pubtlio whuro energy, enterprise, Industry and bnslness tact unite to give our cltlsens their sugars, teas, coffees, flour, fruits, but ter and other groceries, at the lowest rates and or tbe beat Quality, With ample facili ties for taking adrauUgeof each tarn In the market and agents always on the look-out for bargains, they arc able to sell their goods at price that command a lanz-e and con stetnUy1 Increasing patronage. iBDDOZUeWT TO BoT A QOOD SatWIBO UiCHiK. Wilcox A QV Sewing Ma chine, tbe most simple and best constructed sewing machine, will hereafter be sold An liberal terms. Inquire at the tgency, Beam's corset and hoop skirt factory, 40s SeTtnth street, bctffe.aO and p nalleaal AhkIsIIom f Scti.ol n- perlntenaetits. The oonventlon assembled at 10 o'clock yesterday, Mr. Wlckenham presiding. ITIUO BOtTDLB HI TUB SOUTH, lfr. Aihlsr. of North CarollnA. from tbe committed on rssplntloni, rsported tbe fol low mgi Whs ran a It la tha ft fit etna Af thla annven. lion that the work of rscoaitructtoa will not db niuhM, ana a nra oasis oi a tru rep aim csa government will not b laid tn th States recsBtlylo rebslllon until aa eOltlent system of publaOlattrottloo b eitabllthed la each. wmnn cnau emorac in wnoi popuiaiion thersoft therefore , Jtrfotrfd, Thai thla National Ooaveatlonof ftehoolSuperlntendcots earnestly reeomtnend Oongreis, now la session, to tak Into Imm dlat consideration tbe edueational condition of the Statec a Tors tald, and to make such provisions si th x.gsneles of tbe times ds Mr. A., supported the reiolntlous wllh'ep proprlate remarks. JUr. JllaSOD- WI OOUka vniui'ua, afuav ui the oondlUfta of tbst BUle previous to tbe wsr-i-ther were no free schools except la ChArleitoa, IU maintained Uu.1 general education wae necessary to permanent re construction Mr While, of Massachusetts, took t&e same view, and believed the people would sustain Congress la appropriations for pub lie adnrally.iv. Oen. O. O. Howard tsld the feelings of both uemocrau ana uepnoucans w-irq ia fkvnr hf frnnArkl MacAUon. Hon. Mr' Arnall, of Tonnessee. sail the action iaken la Ibis convention would meet wit a cnoournccineD in vobxtvJ's, Hon. Mr. IToar. of Mississippi, said there la nothing In Ibe hearts of the people of his Bute bat that the educational advantages of his BUI snonia w extended loine poor people or the bouw. lie neuevea tan tuo InsUtuttoni of edacAtlon were Inseparable to lha success and conUnnance of a republican form or government Hon. if rj Proeser. of Tennessee, said that the subject of edd6atIon was one that be toot rtmi interest in, ana. no was sore wore WAS la Congress a growing feeling In favor of providing means for the education of the children ot the country Tho re-BAl)4 ' ' than paeeaJ. zr ucnrj Barnard, eommUslonsr of edn cailont was Uvlud to speak, and state the Slans and labor, thus far, of the educational epartmeot. lie, gave, at considerable length, the ffret amount of correspondence required to answer questloes, and tbe labor necessary to show tbe varloas systems, the results, and the different merits of the edu cational operations of Tsrloos nations, ai well as the several SUtes of thla Union ant. what Is still necessary to be don In this country to bring Hup to the trne standard, saving thst there yas no legislation tbAt could baiffectlre naless backed up by the people The work mast be mainly done by the people at last. Ue favored the resolu tion wnicn was aaopiea The committee oa tbe memorial to (Ton greet, mhde IU report, which was adopted after some debate. Adjourned to hold Its session next year In Cleveland, fllj lo. Bilh ot Hut, EsfaTX VwUrday after noon at 4 o'clock Messrs. Green A Williams, aneUoueer. sold On the premises lot 11. In square 604, front lit 6b feet on Seventh street cast, brtwemi DhQlC streets north, au lUQDuiE jvai.a, ami iocv- au iq con tains some WHO seuare fett-t and was nur- ehascd by Mr. J. F. Wollard at 4 cents per foot. At ft o'clock tha sima haetlaneera aotd four lots la square 900, numbered 15, 10, SO aaa -ti irouuug; oa. Doaiu it nsrce ana Twelfth street east, near "Philadelphia Kow." ljotlS, hnvlnr a front of 44 feet, with a 8epth of 99 feet, was sold, to J. F. WoUard at 4 cenU Der footi lot 19. learner lot,) 4i feet front and TS feel deep, to tha same, at t( cenU perfootj lot SO, 48 feet frout and TO feet deep, to same, at 8 cenU per foot, and lot 31, haying a froat of 40 icei, witn a acwa ol ii i ieei, was pnrcoassa by Mr. Samuel Cross, al4fl cents per foot. Ihe bidding was very lint, and alter the sale It was remarred that the four last men tioned lots would hare commanded 10 to 13 ccaia per iow mron years ago. Corns DtrxMiitT ExBHCtass MsdicilDs- piRTKBt uowaiBD UBiyggsrtT. The an nnaleoramencementAf the medical denart mentbf Howard Unlrenltv took Dlacalast evening, at 0 o'clock, at tbo medical build Ing of the university, and tbe exercises were exceedingly lotcresllngto the tare number present. Tb programme for tbe exercises was as J0.10WSI unsiai prayer D7 lte ur. itan klnt address br the president of the nnlvor. slty. (Jen. O. 0. Howard i address bv the deAttof lbofAcnUy,Dr3.L.loomist muslcj address, by O. B. ralmcr, M. O., professor of pharmacy t conferring degrees, by tho president or tho university. Gen. Howard J tntiytlegrw-piTito-oi"in'!dKXnewaB not vwuixroa iuia year, out me degree of doctor puariuacj its -coni,errca upon James T, Vformley. XCiiiof TiUi FkiTgacB, Trstcrdsy DotecUn Blglsy arrested Anthony Uowley, on complalut or P. P. Hill, proprietor or the Dyer hotel, charged with obtaining board noder false pretences, and with forging the name of complainant to an unreceipted hnarrl till I tn.w 1Q ' JnaUoa W1uj rilimlu.! it.. !.... f-ia --i i ": r r"rr.?aw "" r""" AMamwiiAKiyaiterwara, sir. J. M. Rlsler complained tbat Howley bad riT .!j mX V"" Ul" Vl eionoraioui the lUtu Of FebrnArV. hrT,rMitntIner IaKIm 5J' h (Howley) was a specUl agent of thl Mr. Walter, on th. l.thr rh.w. nnt...l IIoIey to tire eecurllr la tbe eum cf 300 taaninratcoart. Theaccaeed reprteebt UQlUlf al a rfflilur In avil.M In TI.i.Im aaa eeje he ua rrodoca wUncnti Ttho alii iwukm iwr uia aooor. Doiao or Pouca.-At tu. meetloi ol tk. Hoard of rolle. .aalarAav fh rn?iH.i. boaloeiavaatrauaetedl Bergiaot Uout Meremth and' r.iraue lairreaeaRoaallar,W. II. E. Oaraod, Job; T. Oorrlon, Job. B. Wlleon, U. L. Uord. Joeeph B. WalUeir, Jwlah V. Oram aori Richard T. Tajlor .Ttro placed upon the re Ured Uat on aceoaat br tihralr-.t lanMiii. rrlfale Thobiai Caraaoanrh w.a ap. rym .BiKcHk tii.-. uuao M.reaun. le. Uredi J. T. U Amoa, Joha H. Mnrpbj-; rt. M. cujicu, Mprto if cjuerner, WlllUi W. lianlogloa a"l JoUa J. Bakh were .p rolotl pilralca oa the force. Application, from tbe following named t"'.r . ,wl "iu"r ncruBaa were rrjocieai jQllne Tenth, John C. DeraintUr, Wu. RnHrnen.Jofcnpejiney.W. J. Dohaonand P. Yermealeo. Fuiiyil ar Da. SirndEauriD'e Cncncti. laut erenle; the haU wae thronred mm tbe moat pleaiant people. The rerreahmente were eretjtblax that -could a. deelred. Amoo Ibe delightful lecldenU of tbe eto nlng wae th. entrance, of a dclezatlori from the Calrarr Baptlu cbnrcb, and a etui larger delegation, from the Metropolitan Uclhodlat XcUcopat chnrcfa, with Wra. l)r. Newman, all of whom eeemed well pleaeed with tbclr rlalt, add greallj cheered tho ladlee who are carrjlog on the feitlral. The entertalaaent cIokb thla aiming. Tna Diernior lu Oooi.Mr. Hamlin lotrodneod In tho Senate yeiterda-, a bm la amend aa act entliled ''An act lo delae more cleatlj lh, J arUdtctlon and power, of tbe Sopreme Conn of the Dlatrlet of Colam m1" .".'' '' .' mrDoeee." which la elm liar In lu proTlalona Jo tbe bin with the aamo title Introduced Ink) tbe Hooae br Ur. Wei. Ver, on tho SOlh of December laal. It waa referred to tbe Judiciary Committee. But ro in1 Duarit or thi Toob Pv C. Borle, eaq., yealerdaj engaged tbe largo ball of tba UaaonloTemp!,, corner of Ninth -w imwj ior ine pnrpose or holding a ball on Eaitcr Honda; nlgbL Tha proceeds ----- ""'' -. j -a .. IVVVVU k w m ' ; t0 ,1 h""ni r the poor of I Washington. Sudsi Duru or an Aoid Max. Jere miah Ilutehlnaon, a colored man, wbo for rwly Ore yeare patt bac bean employed lu thd Poat Omc. Danartraanl. .111 n.lanla at hla residence yesterday. He entered the Department when out a boy, baring beon appointed by Tostmaatci1 Oeueral McLaln. BolDllua' axp tUiLoae' UaioaThls as sociation held Us regular weekly meellDg at Union League Jlall last ereulng, the presl. dent. Major W. 8. Morse,ln tbe chair, aud M. litaslmmoos, secretary. Tbe attend ance waa quite urge, bul nothing orgeneral Interest transpired. Diar l'miju Miinao. We learn that alace the week of prayer there bae beon held dally at noon a Union prayer meeting. AU arelnrlted to thle hour of prayer. In the rooms or the Young Men'e Chilitlan Asso ciation. TtmitD On to Miitliiid AcynoK! tub Upon a requisition from Uoreroor Bowie, ol Marylatd, John W. Coltlos and Henry Beacham.lwo notorInuatlit.Ta w turned orer to Sherll Fraser, of Prince ueorge county. TniBeCOud Ward Trne namihlliar,a att..l a meeting un olght. bnl adjourned without tratiuctlug any business; 0.1 n.Lt Ctotamo aud Mancuam Til. LoRiue, sjj Berenth itreel, orposlle Post Offlce. THE COURTS. SOUTH' COVIT-Wwltfl WTtj .-Tl.t. A. was engaged as follows veeurdayi Corcoran & IttffffS VS. Doarlaaa. -Tkl. I. a bill to enforce tha Hen or a deed or tru st and was reported tome time slnee. Mr. sinews appears ior a compiaiaanu, and Mr. Thompson for the defendant. Judge Wyllo delivered his Judgment t he sUted the facts cf the case and the law bearleg thereon, concluding lo substance as I0I1OW t There was A decree oro onVsM la Ihts case) and In order to get rid of that decree ere rotiriie tha defendant cantata and put In a plea and answert the pies; a plea ot Ue s taints orumlUtlocg,thataner t weirs years nothing could be done by Ut courts to en force the security by a sale of lbs property. It Is very trne that the sutute orilmlUtloni does not-allow efforts to enforce payment after twelve years, but then the evidence In this .case shows ibat Henry DongUs paid something on thla debt hud agreed to pay Interest,' That stops his mottlh. He cannot be heard In a court of equity to set tip the ittuv wt iiuutntiunBi u uiuca a V) a plaeev Then, he adds the plea and answer, and thst answer says ''that said debt had been folly paid and satUQed. Well, that Is posltlfeiy Contradicted and become of ao avail to his answer! second, that them was no Intent to make a tlen on this special smb Jeet. This U contradicted by the facq of the plea. Tbe answer is entitled. io far as ll is an answer, to no credit, because It Is not sworn to. The plea Is not available, because It Is conlradtcted bv the testimony and tha clr- cumstsnecs of thecals. This man's promt Ise to psy Interest on the note up to last i a miner nanaapaiau up to iww is an1 acknowledgment of the Dote. This ncknowl' ; edgrocntof Ibe note should .avail for tbe deed or trait, which It tbe security Jot the note, and If an action on tbe note Is not barred, of course the security tt not barred. it oat Dcen cooienaea uii tne mere ac-, knowledgmsnt of fiaymeniH not such aa acknowledgment as wlU Uke the case out of IheaUtuUof llmlut.on.r I think counsel Is tutun tn mnlnutnlng a contrary doe trine. Wbedaman makes a payment on account of a debt he acknowledges tbe debt bi mat nine. Judge W. then commented with some severity on tbe Injustice of ttttemptlog such men in a cat a iik ma ant at oar. The decree made by Judge Wylle Is for a saieoi ma property, witnur Mauntwa as trniteet Mr. Thompson, for the defendant, gayo notice of an appeal. Uosburcer et al. vs. Barrv et at. This Is a bill to reform a deed for the purpose of cauBing tne intern in parties, inn fonrcy ance made a mlsukt la the tiAmct of the partlst. Tbo parties were. Germans,' and did nol understand the language. The deed conveyed the estate to trustee, for hit use during the life of his wife, and Utter'-.his death, then for his benefit also. It It alleged tbat the deed was Intended to be for the wife's benefit. Jnd.re Wylle ordered tha reference of the case to the auditor, to Uke testimony on tba juojeci, nuu report. cyme vs. noes, oraer to Uke testimony vviur juxBmiucr . onnson, Washlecton vs. Washington. This Is a dl force case heretofore reported. Order to take tostlmony. Comrton et al. vs. Cornoton. Order an- pointing It. feudal, guardian to defend In terests of D F. Comptoo, an Infant, fa this BUIU Redstreak vs. Dougherty ctat. Order sub- auiuiingnas .amonson, instcaa ot um wuKucm, kb traBtca- Schneider vs. Beed. Order granting com plainant leave to amend bill as to parties. Hopkins vs.. Delano. This la a case to en force a mechanic Hen. Order dismissing Mil. The case turned upon the agency of the party to the contract tt appearing lo be conceded that no lien attached unless the contract Is made with the owner or Ms agent. " Delacampyt. Dclacamp This Is an ac tion for tho restitution of conjugal tight nod alimony. thetnbsUace of which was reported In tots column some months since. Tbe answer Of the defendant sou forth that he has always contributed to tbe support or Uls wife fully according to his means, aad that he now supports hsr, and It pwrrecUy w!11taM I. A.. !.. .Am A MmmtJt .V&V&-I Is ro reason whaUTer for the institution of iq snu. i-eafe was granted complainant to Uke Ustlmony within thirty days. Adjourned. CmcciT Corai-Jo Carter. TLU Court was engaged ae fellows yesterday t VSBDIOT lOUMt TBI C1TT. Simmons vs. Corrmratlon of Washington t K!?RjffJ!M!!BEnL,,toOTlH& L""i" " Jt w, ana croM nor arm. Till, caaowaa baa on WedDodtr. On jrctenldjr Mr. r.rw, for th, d.rence, eloMi th ornament. Tno Jorr found, for tho I'lalotlllla 13,000. Joep1iNockTa.rbJlpABoloinoiia. Thia 1 ui action for damarcs Id th, .am of Woo for an alleged Inrflnramem of plain. tlfr, tialcal for . rontd hlnr.. naa nn th. lop. of InkaUndl. TU dahno. U, aaalgn- wu vi yui.ot ucior. loor. ana nomaQQ faelnr, of patented article aloe, patent waa renewed In that jear. BtocihrldBo for plain tiff, and Mriieej and Pollock for defendant. The caao occupied th, major portion, of lha daj, abd wae not eoocladed. Jodtmenteh default wen e-nterefHa tha following taae, i Make) j ti. Ecaon i 'on motion of Ur. Burke. EnjUah and OreirorT Te. rcrnenbrlnrt on molioafir a.m.- K. lagg Ta. roleri on motion or Mr. nine. Itoobe et el. ii. Herrti et .1. Fendall. Acker ' TI- WooUlj Judgmont coafasei!. caaaa To-niT. Tbe following eaeea are aaalgaed for to dayi Noa. 4JI, Ml, 7, 877, 7V1S, 115. U), ni, m, 40, in. 85, soidT, in, i?. iss, 331, JBft, 200, fiW, m, 3M. Ml, 13,'m, S5V03, an, iw, wa, mo. . We caae on trial wlf,-howettr. frooablr ocenny the whole day. - ' ' Adjourned. Surnaai Conat or ma Umiio Buna r.rBili, Mjrtk , 1870. Oa motion or lion. N. Daru, Jamee B. McKeao, of New Tork, wai admUtad to -praettea aa Jia all or. ney and counaellor of thla Court. No. im. Andrew B. Jamea, plalntUT In error, tb. The Prealdent oe.t or Ibe UerS of Mobile. Continued to next term. No. lt. John B. TrUble, appellant, ve. Lerl II. Whllney. Thla eaaia waa concluded by Mr. Erarta, of eoniael for the appellant. No. 101. The United Btatee, appellanta, T. Ilenly J. Iloemer. Thla cpao waa argued by.Mr. Attorney General Talbot, of counacl for the appellanlj and by Mr. 8c hom ier for tbe appellee. No. 105. Tbo rlnt National Bank ortoula Tllle, plaintiff In error. Tl. The Common, wealth of Kentvcky. Too argument of thle cause waa commenced ty Mr. Willi, of coun sel for the paarntin In error. Adjourned until to morrow, at 11 o'clock. T.l.kraphl. ataaraiarr Tbi heary now of specie to the Bank or rraora nmujiDu. ine amount on band yesterday waa 11,000,000 frauce greater than al tbe oorreepondlng time laal week. Turn pita or Paris tery generally com plain of tha delay on tha part of tha Oorern meat In clearing up tbe alleged coaaplraey aalnst the cation and the life Of the Km peror, Tna RuiiUn Oorernmeat has withdrawn the demand recant! mad. nrjon 8wtlaM.t.nn ior the enrreoder of nebehajetr, tho Bulslatt riH.I..I i.a jij . .w.. . asylum. A mow btoih preralled for twenty-four boure on Wedneaday In MonUua Territory, and yesterday It waa etlU anowlog hard. Tbe "" --w. J -- " - wa. vaavTa.w aa.aa, a aaw proepecu for Placer mining neil spring are considerably improred bribls. Tai Procurenr Qaneral or Patle on Wedneaday serred notico upon 1'rlnce Pierre Napoleon Bonaparta to appear before tbe High Court to answer tu Ibe matter or Ihe Victor Nolr homicide. At ma quarterly meollnff 'of the Masone held Jn Ijondon on Wodneaday creolog, Earta De Orey aud Rlpoa were chosa Oraud Masters, and tha uraud Lodg, of New Brunswick waaKeogulsed. CaaivrliR.NETLVlrl, of rhlladolphtA, a German, leaped through a thlrd-etorr win. dow Wedneaday night lu his sleep, bul escaped serious Injury. 11, carried the saak with him. T Tna session, of tbe Ucumeolcal Counoil will bo resumed next week. Tbe Pone Is , "iu,'""'Tnio or Americans was held in Pails yesterday to take action la re tard tolhe deathof Hon. Asaon Burllugame. i ,' 'jread to hold a large meetlog neat Wednesday, and theAmerioan UlnUter, Mr. Waihburna, b to rirealde. KrJJorernor A. ll. Bullock, of Massacbuaetu, who Is la I aria, hae consented to dellrer tha oration. The Diplomatic Corps baa been bulled to attend. aa i Fnoa Mueaa.rauK)u)IaKUiiai& Poil Tin w, hare Rlackwood fot Tebruam an admlrabla number iaia i A utrt il i.him .r ih. It. a rl.Kn.i r.n.ia A p ll 1', ib lo ba heJ4 tail e,vsaln( at lEl Balllmor. Annnal Cafor.ac. of 111. H.K. Church Sonlh, Thtl rjonferenee commenced lla Beaalon In Baltlmora on Wedoeidar. Blahop MoTrelrs opened the exercUea bj reading the fourth chapter of Tint Corlothl.nl, .nor which the hrmn commencing, "And are we yet allre,0 wae eang, and prayer wae offered by the blahop. Mr. Martin wae then re-elected aacretary, and iter. w. uwynn uoo etallitl eal eecreury. Th. annnal hKII.II ... tV t.ll.1.I..M. honse at NashvUle, was read and referred, ." pniaenung a very prosperous condition of the honsew Also, a communl cation from the secreUry ol the board of domeato missions. JteT.Wm, Terry called for written reports from mlssloas within tha bounds of the Conference. Iha published rspon or tne noara ofdomesUe missions wtt also received and referred. Tba rulet of order adopted at the lit. con urence were readopted; t . a The flfleentb question of the general min utes was called, vtir "Aro ait the preachers blatacloss lnlbelrllfoanAoflUlal admtils trattoot" Oa making thts cell the Dlshop delivered a very Interesting address as to the passage or ministerial character. Rsr Samuel RegesUr, D. D., presiding etdtf or tha Baltimore district, reported pro gross la hit worky and m plained tbe clrcum- stances under which ht was elecUd to the presidency of tha Maryland Agricultural College, and on his reUrcraectannmbarof addresses were made indorsing pr. It. la tha strongest manner. At the second day's session yesterday the rellrfoas services were coadopted by Rev. F. M. Milts, alter which the roll or the confer en.ee was called. This 'concluded, the ques tion bf "Are all the pfeacfacrt blameless la ineir lire ana omciat amitfistraiionr' was laken up. Rev. J. B. Uartlm of thn Washington dis trict, was tbe first name called. Mr. M. sUted tbat daring tbe Ute war 13 churches in his district laudccq twspi away ny van dal hands, and another had been converted lnU) k fort that during the past four rears there has been but one hoard of stewards for the entire district. This year the district hat eighteen appointments. The Sunday school Interest 1 being attended to with commendable teat, and the chinches which had been destroyed during tha war are being re-established as rapidly as' the limited re sources of tbo district will admit of. Tba preachers hare sacrificed a great deal la accomplishing this ftsultV and are grate fal to say that the hare the hearu and car of the people) that the woods are sometimes converted Into Umplet of worship, and on such occasions the lost of tbt-church la for gotten. Ho concluded his remtfrk,! by isylng that daring tb thirty-five jcart of his connection with toe Washington Circuit be never wit nessod snehatt earnestness on tha part of the ministers In tbat section lo faithfully discharge tbclr duties, as fiaa been exhibited during tha past year, aad ha was gratified to state tbat lbs last reports of the Quarterly Conferences demonstrated the fkrt that a Traction less than out thousand per"3niiiar? been converted at revivals. After tbe character or Ur, Martin bad beep passed the name of W. 8 Batrd. of the Wlaoheiter district, wa4 called aod Ms char acter passed. The name of E. F. Busaey of Rockingham district, was next called. lfr. Bussey represented the district at hot being In as prosperous a condition at It was ono year ago. The next name called waa that of Dabney Ball, of Roanoke district. He sUted that thete had been during the year a steady bat notrtpld growth of Methodism la that dis trict, la tome tactions marked and lu others only perceptible. The spiritual condition of tbe Church Is !mprovlng fatnlljr religion, by many, Is habitually neglected. The Character of 8. fi. Roeacll, of the East Baltimore district, was examined and passed. J. H. Waugh, or tho Lewlsbarg dUtrlct, sUted thst the support extended to the preach ers In that district for the past four years baa shown a marked improvement over that of former years, and he was of the opinion tbat In fatnrotbe district wouldmuehsoaght afUr by preachers fond of countryltfe. One church has been erected 1 tbe district daring tba year aud another Is ta conrsaof erection. Thecharaeterof UnWiwaspassed. The next candidate called was J. C. Die, of'acmth Branch district, whose charac ter, was passed. The conference shortly after adjourned. Dbc&usi or TM PtJBlta tmbt. FIto and a quarter minion i Id currency were drawn from the Treasury on tho last of February to pay pensions falling Jne to-day. As this amount Is chargeable to tha present month, it should be added to the sUted de crease of the public debt, which would show the active decrease to hare been over $11 600,000 during the monlh of Febroary. Uedical. i33 i3xira-' , FRENCH BEMEDY THE JUICES OF HERBS,-' Koota ana Domes. warn CONBITlIPTJOSf, aia its AiiviKiaat a.oaipw.sia a LIVER, STOMACH, JKIDHEYS ASD UBflUHll ottay.i.15, rr rvKnn jlx EjraKma THE BIOOD,; Biliary, Glandular, LSEORfcTIVE STSTEilii Comets snflKf tnut-f The NERVOUS AMD HUS0T7LAS F0S0E3. . BTawYnrVl rilrct.al. 1'e.llailal fcsl4S7J tVaaaatsssay Wsab J ? v 'Oa luwa aisaaa-f IUPSZtZALBOTTLBIl W, BU 1 Wttliee. U lAk HoUhvaUDraf . rlu, aati aat to any uaa, ea te t ' eatptefprke, Cepyrlchtseettrea mAfVGM? 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