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THE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 30. 1872.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. OTI( III OK NI'.W AllTimTIapKHKNTrl. lima A Humor, insurance agent, lSo, cos He vrnth street, Jii. ItltoiinoM ha a beautiful snpptj of rara prtiS which he ha Just received, Tna copartnership between M 8,Yarwoodand T T. Fowler has been dissolved. GUM BBADUOf all SlleS at J V Bottler A Uro.. Niw and beautiful dealtD. and finish In Jar dinieres card unlet, Ao at J. Boteier A Bro. WAiiniiwnOTf Horn, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Third street, riiwT-cUM Accox mod ations at th Continental hotrl. A itbuc winiuwi vicnmi,nnitcr the au spices of the Father Mathe w aorlety, will I he id to-morrow evening. txonnira and rente furnishing at Noah Waller AUo.a. Urixm A Willi , auctioneer, will eell, on rtatnrdar, December Hth, at four o'clock p. ni , a Iwo-atory and basement brick house on the east side of Tenth, between P and Oj streets north went. Two flrat-etaas residence for sale. Laroi rAKLon. handsomely furnished, for rent. Wkatiim tritiri for sale by Joseph L. Bavac e, IDnajlvanla avenue, one door from Tenth street. V ll. MmRKOTT k Co , eote agente for stein way's piano. A srtcut. amocATtoi of Lafayette It. A. Chapter No. ft, will be he) 1 thla evening, A clam lit rnoTWiuniT H forming at Union League halL A mwakd h offered for the return of a Middle pad anil cloth. ln, DrsiT ban removal to 1311 Pennsylvania venue CITY ITIOMfct. TUB KINO OrCHItOMOS Jamm llkUJtw, Bookseller, Ton Seventh street. corner of U northwest. Just received another consignment of Prang new cnmoMo, HsttiueraKccs or am Old Man, after tue celebrated American artist, K. B. Durand. rkuneof the Crat fanilllea of the cltT hire already ordered roplea of tbla beautiful Mr it. will fill onleraat Ituiton prlr. Cata logue free. Picture frame a specialty. Nonet KkKTTcrr iJaaiar Dhawino AH a rulom so luitinctlrely American, wo have gemles(orlhesaleot ticket In ths HkX)M i narhed the gol len darof rnir calendar, deslg miVNii uiKT iini cut ts Ait ik Tut Dated bv the chief msalMratenf our nation and riUllL' LlllKAItY r hlwiTtCKT were re- yet supplied with tickets, 1 will ronunua to nil i ash orders whkh may be received at this oince, until the evening of Iiecemtxr a. TH03. JC. BHAMLETTB, Agent Fub. Ub. Ky. LoLisviLUt, Kr., Not nth, iks. Tni new Collonnade hotel, Philadelphia. Pa la in the vicinity of several Methodist churches, j The Latht Binsatiox. It Hcotih Hot torn (Jailers. It M Aitltrbed ItontX l MOoodCalf ItoutA, II 60 Cuatom Made. 60 Ladle' Button Halters. II French Kid Button, ft 00 children's Button. hue Halters and Hllpper. Itubbe r Uouu and HhovH, all alie, at Hkjlbxinv, 401 Seventh street. OKDxan t. I ((forg tx-tui, wn( l'enn.jlvsola avenue, I. iween.Miilh and Tenth Btmtt Is selling the , nue-t re..ch candle at the w price ,ol entaper pound, a tan win aaiwiy u that he I aelllng the same goods which are bmmIIt sold , i...t.....i. i ii ..,.. VMInnsylvanlaavinue. I me urniiiiien ni men ami nauoo. I tnm kxn iirrrtmn ir nu wi.h nMP ProierIv to Improve these rm-urrlng annht r i apt em Ain urwnrMX1, tr you win yoor uriM . .n,i ,,- itin. whu th hni,i uh rAffiffCA nSSr & Ni5h SreeLonoS utmtunuhVftPmS?wlHmPJnm aaiVfauul wKhunt fail SXU Iwl I ! ! VK..L w"nuUl 'u -MIluw"n K I Fon Moot Dxurioni iioMx-MADx aniAoa oo to niMTi Sor.11,ucon.a"1,..r,,uorth.iVTr.ti.,&';r.ff10lT,l",i1 blessing. We neel to rid ouraelvr of the rinpty conceit that He ha wound up this vwt mxrrL fact woant x kowipw. met hanum of nature and left It to traverse a self. TnraaTOH'ii Ivory Peerl Tooth Powder la the appointed orbit, tnat bak of an I behind the best Dentruice In uw. It keep the Teeth clean mreenot vislhle nature the Inflalle Ood siu la and white, and the gums aoun I and healthy, iinuparatlve Indifference, out of connection with Price U and M cents, , all 1U operations a Ihev brluir to u in constant Mov n Inndinvui kid Glove Cleaner Is far superior to anythlug kuowiu Price 8 cent. , ', , i THOMrmN'a IVtna-te Opllmel exfiiilslie. It Mineti, bcauilileH, and strengthens the liair, I rhesoandborrnt. All for ssle by Unigglnls. l"icg Lwror (.xnt Iirmkiiixo i.ookh at ttouiMAMA htkikbkwi, Nxw tiKKTa 1 1 akiHHimi ira Wrong, No. TouXTgimi aTRXtr.twra Jirll 11niH Chllit Rhlrta mm. Mnla c. ! 1 1 I am Our n white shirts is un-nnawnl In th riir! goodMenuotudendiiru and Drawere, ooccnu, cu cents. pcenta, 11,11.13 and 11J.L we cu a ImMIJif SI I Itilarmhlrt than ana hnna. In Inwn Splendid English Sock, aa cent per pair. Knit 111, But, oa owcaaions like the present, we are Jackets, a large variety and at very low price, accustomed to widen the sweep of outlook be- The finest variety of Ties, Bows and Scarfs ever Jond tne circumference of our Individual uvea, seen in this city, taking in the condition of society, atate. nation. Depot for tlenta'Ktd Gloves, In all the opera and even the world, gathering from all sources eolors and shades for street wear. Gloves, and grounds for devout and grateful ackuowi lrftve,(Uove, f any Imaginable kind, and at t edgetuent of Almighty Ood, and we need upon low figures. Louieandcouvinceyouraelvc. All thia head again refresh our mimU with nrtutl- (Ht OMAN A KTktKBXRO, Corner Seventh and U streets. ufjitlxjixh'u utrncOA-nc, from SH to llfl. W ing coats, or UkDRsrir, from I to to $10. one price only OKO L HXNNiNfl, o. 410 Seventh street northwest. L.U. KIW TK. Of CD. H.H...L Urn ! ! J? .!n1 low '"'' 'ir ""C.'.;?! .h!," ,1"1 )uutbs, at KKR8KT, BlATXR, CniNCnllXA, Vclton, W httney, Petersham, and sealskin over coats. IIomak A cox, sot seventh street. UxKTLKMXw.you can get atyle, fit and durability In your boot and shoe at the famous establiah- MO Seventh .Wet, corner ot L - n aa T. H fllHTBELL, - t, n ii u . ,. 7o c.'t,o r... .i.k a . ... : .. , : ." " Monday evening, December L "CniKcnm-t OracTii," Hkxman a lino, 600 Seventh street, three doors above . Far-there Hale. Utluirr 1 1 leary, auctIoneera,iii M IL In front oi their room a, a large assortment of houaehold iiirnnure, on new American iuttnn-bol aewlng inarblne, and a Ian. lot of ladlea' io-1 tnl? Uolblnc, fur aitmaneacque., 4c. LlDtXK In want of Hurt a fine shoes should . all on r ri.t)artrell, IKM) Hcvenlh street, corner of I, wnere mey wui sou tne largest ami uiosi com- pleteaMorttucutlntbeclty. New goods rectlvni iany - - bplradld ladnrrMrnt. 1 lie patroua of the liable Broa. are legion, for ..ia .t.1.1. .... ---....(- ..T-ii.., with the choicest stock of ready-uia.le clothing andgood-formercliant tailoring. Their winter Ilro comer Hevruth """," """ "" i'"b ' ruth and Ustreeu. tleutlemen icre every variety and style of of fine quality aud fashionable wiu also una mere furnishing goods lu style. "KlBfXT OTgHCOAW," At EieXHAM A koh boo Seventh atreet, May liuiiding The Uaablaateo tllr fiavlnaa Ilaali, corner ot Seventh atreet ami Iulslana avcuue, i aya a per rent inbrreat on all deiHislts. Dcihw- Itacantemadeajiddrawnatwili. i C IIILDPEh m 1.0 TS , mil 1 Onili W gRCOATB. At- uk van A Hao, ' U Seventh Utt, May Uuildlug, Nalleaal fratlaga Da ah, it net of New York avrnne aud nfiernihktreet, pita e per cent ptr annum ou oepneit furearh ajruoar moniD. iMnaiuif noure, s ioi, tnr- iti'i, v io aa'i e to n. LniLDHEMUCKCOArS from3to13, LtKUtM A IlHO, ivfl ncvcnth street, 'I1RAVKH (HatxCUATM, Double and Wngle Ilrcutid. At fttfKUAN A lino , boa Hcvenlh street, May Uuiiding, Free Pr The thurth Twelfth anl N fr the special Home, of it lucarnallon, . .riicr of streets: ha Taet aside two oewa Mio ol the M Iiruf n Loum h -v wa .ho v a , lAJUIaM; Alpalle'e eod I ark, and lu au len a Ijr. or nm ne on. naj weal lo i Ilia bland ol Dcloa lo ae, hla l.tb.r, Jnplter,. be , rb,?nV.XYTJiriSH..i!r,rM.' than ever in aUHOI new, warm, ami lasniOliahle S?m3 HiliS, n. S,ff nVbUd" Sue I under-rannenta, beautiful and soft, a rlibirarat, i had learned where bo got tbeui, he coiumauocd pollo to tell everybody ibal I Ik-cker k Co, No Ml Pennsylvania atcnue, are luthiera etvl iiier- hant tailors, with whom iatrunaffe villi tlv i ha greatcat aatlafactlou, Uatrr, with IU ulgtt WUUU auaacouinpauyiugouuagr- tJooi. Is again upon ua, amllt bhuoves thoHe who wiah , fai mtiptivaM-iire when the Am I ... i. ........ I., a a .n.nih.i. ... nuHiin r.. aiKmatbl touiianlea. The oouflugratitnia of ' i mcago ana joion may repeat uiLiuacives hi WaalUQgtvu upon a euallcr auale, aud the dls astcraatiovr that tnsurauce couiiNAiue are only aafe when thev scatter their riaks over a Wld extent of territory, A number of companies il pun hate Iblniated iipipr A iiiahntt. -bu.ii ' iiotng tiuainoaa uihmi tuia their InteraaU to aleira. H ion .ndlrom iraetlonaein KiKS M," KJilSf '" ','," S "?."! ".In?" f" " SlaSS'lS'M Jrt M iartS" Tba Ku?S and' lja wblcb cannot lall to plcaie. Hiiwlal . """." fV V"T! "Vif M '" V ,L "" "bi I wuilBJi: to i ihi houL anrterauPM?. at rinl will lie fuun.I lu another .fk.hp.w.lailiali lnalirn . neekjug perfect aecurtty against loaa by Are rn " .- .....- alnst luaa tv ore ran rusu u."wiii u t,i.ui m -. uuu-wuia-h9 UJybuUtUnir, Nc. iu nrtaiuLraey " f ' There will be uo aiHjvmwi,m. pjftutg-.;. ttW( tt tuuuon will reach aud procure it at la air omce, m tne jpjDoartaigBiTtca. THANKSGIVING DAY HOW IT WAS CELEBRATED, HrlbjUtia Kervlerw YUlilea ttwttrtieaThe NevrabwyV lllaver Henri aad laeU dewte Abewt Tiwa If the people of the District of Columbia had no other reason 'to return thanki, the beautlf ul weather which prevailed on Thursday ahould hare canted them to be moil devoutly thankful. It la aellom. Indeed, that at thlaaeaaon of the rear such a beautiful daj la vouchsafed, and when It falla upon a holiday Ilk Thanksgiving, all feel truly grateful. In accordance with the cuatom and prior an nouQtforuent, religious service wen acid la moat of the Evangelic! charcbe, an t were atten led by large congregations, a report of Uninterest ing exercise being riven below. But the greater portion of the community spent the day in other way. Ai a rule the placet of business were closed, an I at an cany hour toe principal streets were thronged with peopia in holiday attire, mnrlng In a nerer-ending pro cession along the Arrnu. all goo. I humored and pleased, until the afternoon, when, u If by magic, the crowd! thorough fire were allent and deserted, and the wata of humanity which had made up tho throng ware aafely seated around the family table enjoying the rd thing which a Thank-giving reunion makes Inevitable, Tlut orer, the streets were again sought the theatres patronized, both afternoon and eve ning, and erery noeaible point from which en joymont could no nad was runted. The Knight or pytbias, rm Men and colored military had as raui.h m they could attend tq In caring for their visiting brethren, Ui whom they paid particular attention. The best possible order was otervd by the mawea, and as a gratifying result the police re turn! of yesterday show a comparatively amall number of caiflu, anl all of them for minor offences only. IlrliUe Rltim C'nrfgatUttel Charra. The national discourse at this church by the pWWTi IKT.O, II. IIUBT, WM (IRQ UI (rTBl nVBUIJ ndiwwer. W e give only a few passages. Jlis leaf was frotulhe 4th verve of the ttwih psalm, Ttia nnt. In ottcdlencf lo the iieautlfal usage of our father, and In DcroctiUtlnn and transmission of ";, upin wmiw pirii n wnuea mo ias.np- non. carvcu into ic uicni-nw lone; -k it mnm f inmmtjui, .. ino Maaii wnirn maraa ine incoming of gathered harvrnU, oue from whence the backward dance reveals at once the results of the year a pnMperlUrii, we are called upon to rrir; to nop mo imjwnrrwni tramc, wj nan the uoliiv ruxh of toitliur millions and review the traversed path, toilsome it may have been to minj, iui khu urauiaw iu piimr, ye u an, tail- mercies and Went, and from this mount of ! lrauutu le recognize the ground of thankfuloeaa upon wnun a kinuiy-onienng I'rovnience naa I i-ltird you, ami to the bountiful (liver of every rtMitl and nerlert irtft. make irraternl and fervid I a knnwledgment. It was a grand conception of our father, an 1 a grand spectacle It Is which we nltueiM tu-dy I A whole nation halted In lu J onwanl inn.titoetemltj-t lu front of the great Fount and Source of evcrv blesulnjr, and making I uevoui rvwignuion oi iiim. neauuiui is tna I uMge which iiringn a nation to coiirta of (hl, I from their "hills imrple with vlntare and vallevs gul len with corn," ur fnui the mIhist, bustling niarUot Itusliievs and trade, to bow before Ood "' a public aanowlrjlgrmiit of III exutence. in ,ilu ! ,Tf'.1 P" ' the r gratltudean P ? - '"' r:"" '.i1 n.S? "0fcT " V "S" . -V..1 -.n T . . - zl ""J u,"c Ame,rlSa n,,on 7 "'T.1. U,,V "c! '? h tuit na vcar li make tmbllc anl aratefu rrcoo-. nitumof iheOUt Heaven, who prralde over treat 'V.nn.ty I. religious fcilvaU;" with Utw r-'""nB ' weuwriea, we nre.1 to call UP rUln " l'rtntlpia whi. h lie at the luuiis o( allright acknowi.rmcntof Uoii, and,aaacon- senueuL. rratlio'te to 1 11m. 1 aueail In the first ultve to recognize the Intimate connection whkh exslsta between the vrcawrana ma woru. ue net to Ulsj IspoRMena tit into our mimta of the shallow fallacy that ?11,,"Rltt1nB fn "'"Mae and the shadow of '"ft l8 blesalngs or the a Iverslties of existenc-. II A second consideration, whkh of iicteMlty lie- at the baM of a grateful habit of mind, 1 a Mrm t rlew of life a true nature and miiwloii Hi ppReed Inmir team hi In a iiimhi th onlerinira f our lot au 1 the inovemetu of itoi ld in , uixm v 'uuiiinri ma 1, inii pii nt t'imiuil .ai- pine I the great end of rxlsteuic, while (tod move turuogh the events of our earthly history towanls an end totally different, and he'nee wl.fi , IMP tllllltvklA mitt MliLirflnn ,.t wha km aha 1 .rranil niinuiu nf Ulna n ul.u. ! irround fur thankfulneMi. and nut nnfrenueiiii- give vuke to our fecliur ot llMpiHilutmcnt, lu re.ncBeamiinurwuiings on autouut of the, hanlilBaA nf tha a-at. Ples which underlie the divine deallnir with men. as we flud them grouped undi i mor? Sn?5S classirHaiiou-, tor we are met atluthrtTh with the cnip4tbelaui whk h excludes a divine mnectkn wUh evenu whk h "em on IheS aur! face adverse and detrimental, to the nerai """""". ? "5 "JEJH? "?"? I that rellrlim la tonlav the oue arand. Dnerleaa uu. -'... ... z.-. . r. '.j: .. . .i.u-.) - . ii .!.- .ilt... -. . 7 l wi OI aUV WUI HI, IIU. ft IUIVICintl IBIt IS DOl J"""', "' "K.-'K!"' HJS .V.Ti 'S! 1 hT;. .DO l.t ol IU VituTuiuu tm t'trtatlVn! MUMii....-....!........ ! tun in cue lie cuvviiiia hiim.n .iaiiia.ii.in u.tin. uk'.. Innumc, clevauni la.lrtbm.aMwllloaaiUT.liiioniir'uimu.ttiii.ulm'u "i".OT. ."""!!' Lu Itaclf. Perfect ejinnneat aili nuirliiin la lu be effected in a day. Conflict and antago nism we expect; turbulences which whiten the waiera anu tosa inrm iuio raging main, out it la i nJ arlll lie the turbulence of change, which lead Ui higher purity, and a grander, nobier Issue. To tbla.cnjMr.:M..tu'u,n.Veainlor lb, loi," , inn-.iaaa.n .n.iih..,i,. it.n7l . ... .. a ' f - " ihaon. behind u. ha not been ' aaiiUnglnfuruUhingiUcontributoo. Ututas Cartstlan men M thankful a we lift uo the evi corwuan men ie tnauxiuia we urt nn the e-e 3'" ?!?' .-Hi! WfV " mi, a.iii i ; 1 11 cut u t.i wu iiib. iur luca a tune There la a litrtit alaout to irleani. There la a fount airaut to stream, 1 here 1 a flower aiatut to blow, Tirre Is a fire aoout to glow, The nilduight darknca-i, breaking o'er the lanL Men of thought, men of action lake your atanl. AM the dawultig tongue and en. Aid It hone of honest men. Aid It iwi-er, aid It tyic, An.l our e.rnt.t mini uot'ilackrn Int.. .Hr, ' Men .1 lUoujll and men ol aulon. I. .' I tb'o wa. Ain it ir mt) nour n ripe, Mr. l'aal'a Chareh. lira. . 1 he pastor, Itev. J, (1, Duller, read selections I iniuiueuu n, pnaim ira. ant chapter, lie dlacouraeil upon tub noartL AsArowxa im oi national Lira. Among the evldmrc that the gospel In its truth and equity and mercy la leavening the nrtot thepcop.. the i fountain of all au- tliurilv luour landbe notlied. T.!.,?,?TL.i1i;iP0mrn'?.l. th" """f1)1' bt TSJ.?JILV.SWLHi" liidivliliiata anil faniilipa ..i .k".V.i... , . , J?J " ""J ".,'XnJ 'm ui .Sf,? JjSSaXtaft !uL7fia court with J2T?i h.nkaV euwr 111a court wun praiae and thanksgiving. ' t la our natinnal thanicainvine t uournauonaiinanxsgiving. . S. TUBLKiriNuovTuNirin ' We represent all the people of tha earth under one sag. (Jod in Ills providence ha re moved human bondage from among us, whlcb ! man could ne, rr have removed. The gospel now ' liianlrea the natiun a heart with Ha f..ri..arann. -ii:.vL."""-:.:" "" --7 ' and forirl veness. so that ever man haa lum except bo who will uut have It, lteneath the great luaas are we putting the cominuu chool. etiucamig and ntting lor seir jrovernmeut all the children. in sen defence, the speaker said, a compulsory education must come aooner or later. ThW tm. mis, too. Is tearhlng ua to regard man a man, regardless ef me or nation, and muM inevitably make u a himogenous people the free school, the free press, the oen Dibie and the free pulpit 3 11M Vk, iLi.ar.fiiBi.pH our broad bununitica art the fruit of the Gospel How munificently we provided tbnnish the tannery aud ChrUtlan Commission. How when merry for the unfortunate and suffering of erery rlnss. How the people earnestly ludone the In dian polky of tha President. 4 TuaTrriorocacnarriAviTr, It Is nut a narrow sectarianism. The wen who defend that must go to the rear, the men who are inure rarelul to keen un tha dlvldlnv fences f "hanta gatnrr aheep In lha fiL We ,,lfB wirt-0itothemlnuilof theletier iVV1 ?" ""!b tau ' inl,ru l hrlallanliy, lliln the (matlataa l.i arhlrh rail I finl nraa.l Tk.p. are vet battle to be foitirhl baf ore all the eaurchea would welcome to their embrace all who exhibit , ,, ,,., . tl, .,. , q. u, , v. tld h,oSS'uuF 'maau T aSd acSotuTour iT""M''?""""' B lour own nravera. autilectltiffnurnnlnlona ami ta"'bT.,m,T """ "" "'" WlU M '""' """ a fine niuntarvwaa remteravi hv ih , ha.ir Noerr i rem imn ilii.. i.i,. .-.-..-.,. Mrirepelitaa l, K, ( h arch. l the llrlrniw.niati til I , i linn h Id i 11 II llttauv, pastor prc hed a aermofl from Psalms, U Chan.. 13 t eta. ' Mlrauwl II Oil nirinn whnu tiod la the Lord, and tb people wtwu. He bath """l uu iuiianuiut.c ' ins eeruiuu "eaatuacuBMiuuiii tne rriauouaoi cnrisuanuy tommlernrlvlllxallon. Illustrations of lu InOlla I IKS In OUr earl V hllturv. ami In the rnrmallnn aif fho toustitutloo, aud .iresintingit as the under-J ii In it t.ajla of all nutlnual tirunin rliv t ha i.aip.' ful i oil v toward tin Indlau and tlie arbltratlonf i i iirun bum jt-fuii, wi'it auuu tl to a cxntM- tiouMof the general thriatlan sentiment wbiih nwi inuorseu intni ann a giAQoe wa tskau at Jhh . -ll'1 'ull,rM, t - hristiaii wntlinenta lun miurn win n tr un. lunnit wnt-Q sn itti niiiy actuate all j ii ihi f 11 uig i tir ha-a. terUti i WUI '1' i'' I H Ultf. tueu im fiuuKiieo ,., - ,., ........i , ,.. ,, ,.. .:- elevate the masnen. 4 Reverence for Ood will ixt the basis nf a claim for huoorlxom man. With thee estahlisheil aa national pecnllartttea, we shall 1e worthy of our destiny. In the evening a aortal reception for the pastor and hi family was held In the parlor of the cuarch, and wa gene rallv attended by the members of the congre gation. A Chrl.ilaa I'aUa. In act-olaca with the annual cnstom.th ehurcbeaof Houth Washington, comprising the Preihytenan. Methwlist and Baptist ttenomloa tlona,hehl a aukm service In the charch of the Sixth Presbyterian congregation, on mxth street, Kev Mason Noble pastor. The itrvkr com menretlat llotlork by singing. In which the whole congregation lotuedwith thonnlteil choirs nt the aeveral rharehea. Praver waa offered bv Rev. Mason Noble, fotlowed by the reading of select passage of Scripture by Tte. Win. Bltten- nr, iPeMTrum iirrn rirjwiin uaarcn. iDen followed a moat Interesting dtaconrse by Kev, Mr. flieajior, ot me nna itapust cnarcn, Uktngfnrhl text the pamage from the tooth Psalio. MRnter Into Ills rates with thank srlvm-. IIU IBbU III VUUI ,Y TV 1ft II pftJHj VW tWUKIiai VVH Him and bless Ilia name," Prayer waa then offered hr Kev. s. Shannon, of Itylaad chaneL after which an appeal wa made by He v. Mr, Noble in behalf of the Children' liwnui, located on the comer of F and Thirteenth atreeta north west, to wbloha hiiersi response waa made. After muslo by lh chotr, the meeting Uoaed with ucneaicuon oy itev, jtr, saannon. Itylani rtiapel. At Kvland Chanel (M. KMl I oVIork n. m love feast was helil, in which the pastor, Ktv, Mr. Mullen, and member of Iktrsoch chanel participated by luvlution. Kxhorutlons were maile by the pastor and tUsa-leadera. during which many penitents weut forwanl to the altar. A very Interesting revival has been In pros-reft In thl rhnrrh sine the ministration of Mr, Shannon began. During the conference fear over eighty person have bean added to be church, and many are coming In almost uaiij. karrh ef Ika lacarw-UWa. At the Church of the Incarnation a sermon was nrrarhett hv Iter. Dr. Ifnbard. a sallied bv Iter. Mr. Uravea, TexU tth John, Md vrreet "Then Jesns said nnto them, verily, verily I say unto you Moses gave yon not that h4 from heavra; but my ramer pvctn jou tn vroo aea i inm Heaven." Chancel and altar were adorned with bandiorat flowers, and the font waa filled with beauUful flowers and heads of ripe grain, typical oi in ouvaaiuD Vartk fVahlHiai nimrek. At the Fourth Presbyterian ckorrh, on Ninth street west. Iter. J. C. Smith, pastor, there waa qoite a targe attendance at ins 11 ovtdck er vi m. Dr Smltti tonK for hi teit tha ITth versa of Ihelst chapter of James "Krery good gift and every perfect gift Is from above, and cmetn down from th Father of lights, with whom Is no vansuienran, naiiovr anauow tu iarnina- lie anoka at aame lanirthof th blasslnrs beslowed upon all by Divine Providence, and the duties of man towaru nt water. Matrwrelltan Prttjterlaa Charrh. Rar. I)r. Chester, of tlia MetronoIItAn Prebv tenanthurvh, octrner of Fourth and D streets northeast, delivered a special sermon, taking for hla subject "The duty and importance of the Christian cltitensof this country exercising their ritThttnih electlra frannhli. Tlia diacniir was very ale, and wa listened to attentively by a large number of persona. (trace CtiarTli. At Grace church EdIscoda) the ordlnarv aer- vice were hell i the rector, ltcv. Dr. Hoi mead, C reaching au Inatractlve sermon from the text Fnter Into Ills gate with thanksgiving, and Into Ills court with praise ; be thankful unto Him and bleM Ills name. An Interesting feature In the service waa the Introduction of a new thanksgiving anthem 117 tne excellent cnotr at tached to thl church. Foar-and-A-IIair Hi real Prewar terlaa I hare). At th Four-ind-a-Half street PreshvicrUn church service were held at II o'clock The sermon, on the "Nations," was preached by th pastor. Itev. Brron tjunderiaml, from 1st Chroni cles, 14-31 The atlendAhce was quite large, and the minion interest lit g. Tho choir introduced some new ani appropriate antnemi ror tne tvca lon. and at the noucliulon of the exercise a handsome collection wa taken up for the itenefit of the tt omen's ChrUtlan AsoclaUou, The JatvUh Hyaafegae, At the Jewish srntroruc. on Klrhth streeL aiHive H, U Mem, reader, service were he.1 1 at V o'clock p. ru., when the reader snots in flerman, from 0 give thanks to the Lor 1, for he Is goixl. for his mercy endnreth forever He explained to hi people why they should give thanks, and In what manner It ahould be done. During the aer- Ticca ine muMC was rrnicrci ny a cnoircom powl of children! voice. laaac.ltesi'a Chriailea Aa-Mtclatlen. fiorlal service were "held at t so a. m. la the E snore or me xonngenscnniun Assicistion utldlug, led by Kev. tl. A. Hall, during which some twentv uersoua took part In relatimr ncr sonal experience. These servlcca were resuined at a oick p. m.; tne pn4Henioi me association, Mr V. 11. Smith, leadln&r In the exarrlaM. The attendance waa full at both morning and evening Mil icca. Other t berrhre. t the Chun h of the A ennl.m the ltlorlit Hev HlHhon 1'lnc knev Breached In the imtrnlnir in a lie in n kin I untu the. Lord. ' i nu KCV. n. rt, M IUKH1, plSlor OI t OllniirV M L. church, nnached aacmion at 11 oVIiak from the text. "He foun I Him In a desert laut " "hpiphany church wm creCdH In lh" irlornlug "AA"-"?.?'?''.. . .F. -.. . ..,-. .. ... .- ...4 ip listen ton aptxiai annon by the p-tor, lev. u. .l. t ..... I !.. ' , w r watktns who deuvrml an aide and In- aim. ii..iia, .. rH.ni i.ti,ia - t good thing to alva thank unto the LonL" ilia, tcii 11 "it la a At th Nmm-atreet Baptist church (colored) ,k. n- u- t-ki -!... t ' theiieVMr wehrtnV of hhL SShL aVr I u "phrd; and at toe appointed timo the ligbu at the win orpl-asureol cttherparty, but must I.;..n , aiHn'riai! in?hl J-Wr. -recnca Mt" were Ignited. continue until dlsaoived by death, or by a oourt intcr!aerTb Tne "" whkh wcuplea the entire fourth floor having luriadlctlun in aucn cases. In England atrt2iVJSnrWh S!Sb?H" ' tM m" huildlng, I pear-shaped, the stem the auhject of marriage and divorce belonged ifEUa mmm (ooloreit.) Kev. Mr. portion Ma9 oa th9' -'( aide, and occupied exclusively to tho ecclesiastical courts and Aitfcai.Mi. a tr n rhnr, h th n..in, j it f wUh pisiform or stage. The floor U reiaed, i their authority extended only to granting dl A JoSson tiVpaM frm the tRS iim o'1 tho south front run agallery, arrand , roree a awaia .f lkr . Aa the eccleslaatlcal rl nn5-ft. Klod 5 ai? aid liu tender ln T"1- The t elllug l fiat, ' The wait ' court. Onaliy granted divorce for various causes, nfJii7;nV?pMhiiw.W. """I ,mtcnder and celling are han.bwmelyfreiiote,t, and the en- Parliament passe.1 an act amending the law re- itev w w Cr.m.n .(, nt Aai.np ii orS church! uUred a mSSurai fiS.i-a2t , u roi-L an.t hla rnerrVeniinrt?h lo- Uff& lnbSrton"treet tM MSEui a union ' in ipT.tirii , iil?.i h. ih.1; nJLTin ..?nI.. "hlniton, W cat , Oeorgetown (M. K- church, ?JP:i"'' V,wl!750niaciiy At Nt Jnhna MI?liHita If V i h.ip. h.. an ...--.--- ... - ,., utNmMu,ar P"P """" " P".W. Kalilil. .f Pjl.lu ..-.. ....... .. .. . m-'. ..rr ' ." .." ..! rr". . 1" l.i-.rti.i lloMeii tnoifc No. 1. Knlihu ol rimlaa ' Balllnu.aa .l.uo.lre.1 al OIIJ .tnn,,unr rtiuiuanil o h't. w.ti'PdreiSy iS'Sfl .nl.n.'l Ji nu wtr, ail ureueu in in. aplenilld Tb, knlahu i new nnlfunn of th. nnl.r thn m.rah.l with full S.":.?I..SlW;SS?A,,?,',A5!Sl s :r.-sri"sa,."i'"?,.s.;tr,v z?z:s t.rar-h It 4Vinp1U n lUlliniAra ! I ,, a. , VijKi, itwdTaiil Uaita, OriSTftnli bit v "Ti VTATL". ,t"T'..T? .TT. rV' . .."J hJutndmrChueelr JUif- land, accnunanied tha exouraiioniata: Tha unu i?i-!iTSihuS the SEKKoSaUS!! VJl hundreil and twentv.flre with the" Uirtnel..n7. oranea Dracxer. atmiur to thoa on the mala ami taot,VC!ictid'-M,t "l" ""ra number of Jet and Teertc anuded it linlrtJVf ul IbjhtlBLf the room one hun.lre.land slityJ Ta,i '"PA't MBI",,n KUIgOl OI jytniaaif,-. x.r.p. hatia . .(.. in 7 Teerle aaaembled at knlahu of Pvthiaa halL N lu ih and n atreeta. m iwiwi .rt lr.nUW-.,nirtllIUnior.,llnlrtu.l i Lsiaiuuiiiia. ui in run caiiia. lilt 11 ,h,Km,' ".." f.r5T.A folbmrn?. "?"""..?''""!,,''"nf.'l M ittrVa.. nnunC ' I '"""' !'""".."' te order, under coniman I , ji'rmm memoeraoi toeci of P. 1 . Thoinaa K. fenhai oi r. t, Tiioina, t inhaiu. I ueco umnuovauuDirOutaiana avenue to Four. rx. r: .''-" -" . -kf --- ; ::.-". -v ".". ". -"; .;j . :.;.v and-a.half street, thenne l I'ntina-l-Knia avanu i woraeu aurairaiMy, ana tne coram 1 1 tee, u wtU , " ' "" ' """ "f"", mi-iunij, ""Vi:,:?".0?. ' Vl?SlIfnif "nu? aa the other ntemen. unr-uM themaelve. banded over lo the man whom It moat resembled. Une wuturmoi anfl 1 moveil in tha fo iowln. I nlFBli' Pleasttrwlth IheoL Ia ancient tlmea divorcca were unknown to the inintVutM i&i 'miiSL I-C I Vpoxwelf Occupying the stage, and a beauUful ornament clrU law, and separations were only had by con T'."J. "Vv.r ',.Hi7rn,.".1.'r'.I'.V,.rwc,1 ' aa vniui mmi nwfui ariia-i. u the iiii. sent of tne respective families, with the annro- nmaniaot uisirHiui cnuun a. ui inrea ctinu r.. ;v . ... r ;- ".-.- . --- .-- icr. rca.i selections tub Knlunta marehAl ovtr the route nrevlnua. Iurmaiiy turnnl over to the tmanl on next Hatur llur. ..and .. SJiXi'SUSSi IZISH an national Lira. I Ul'' in. mtK.. I VlcePrealtieutuf the United 8taU,aod tho aa- AFTXM DINKKB the Una wa reformed and moved down Seventh street to the steamboat lrharf, where all em barked on the W awuet for Alexandria, arriving in that city at l o clock. Here they were received by a deputation of Oriental and Mechanic lodges, and after marching through the principal street murnen vOtngjionnmentaiuityontnefTOtra n w " maT organlxatlona which marched 1hura.Uy, tho KnlghU Prtanutad dacbiedly the best appearance. 1 heir naw .hnrv-inir.krm an.i en. m.P. hi ... ,h. uew anowy nuiionn ami nne marcuing was tne h , . , h ,n,m. Kn.i ti.-r.t. . .,,. the route were Oiled with spectator. The parade In Alexandria awoke the Inhabitant of that sleepy ttty, and will doubtlea infuse new life Into the two lodge there. AH AW.IDEXT AKO KEHCTK While the Knights were disembarking at Alex andria, Knliiht J, P, H, Ingle, of the visiting loilge, lu Jumplnz from the boat mlaeed hi foothold on the wharf and fell backward into tha river Kntght lien, ibroop. of Mount Vernon Lodge, of thl city. Immediately Jumped overboad, swam tQbUelflttix. endauoMCdedlure'piuu.s hJn freui a watery grave. It wa discovered that In falling Into the water Inula hal struck against the guard of the tioat, lumping adangrruus and lengthy cmi in the back Cart of the heal, which bled profusely aud ha 1 to e aewed un by a physician whose service were procured. Knlghl Throoo waa shortly after eiaed with a congestive cbUl. an I on the return of the Knight to this city both were removed to . th hotel and kindly cared for, Tfco Ked Men. At 10 oMock on Thursday morning Manhattan Trllie of Keil Men. of llaltimore, retched thl city ou a rial! to thetr i-rethren, and were rcceivei at the depot by Tuscamra, Seneca, hi. Taminany ant other tribes After a march through me ny, tne procession, waa iiiarHiaaed at l iiscarorai wigwam (Udd Kellowa ball, Navy Yard) and the aftcnioou wa spent in slglll-aefng. Am.mg the vlJlora wrrS the follSa lug ortlceni I..f.k..i;,...i ii.i .. a . n .- ,1 aaf of thetlnattNuiniiller Ilerl Mem linn. (1. W. IJmlsay. C. 1). It-elan, Win Burgeaa, W, Loula ocmrj, m tt. ttoraucn, anu rv , ran uiies. at Old Vellnwa'hmll. aftar which thev retami horn, entertalnliig moet pleasant recoUottlena of uimi viaii. The colored military compaBlea paraded the atreeta In goodly number, and in tho afternoon marched over the aatem brancb, and engaged In target shooting The pioneer tor pa visited Alexandria, where they attended a ball glvou by the lion sera oi that ufy. The Mewaboya Planer, Una of th event of tha day waa the much, talked of newsboys dinner, given under the ausplcea ot Die nuoffclen Christian Associa tion, al Lincoln hall. The hour set for the enter tainment waa 4 o'clock, but long before that time the yo'ing onca began to rather In the vicinity of the hall and kill the lotheiu weary time whloh lniervenea were full; whit an c aneewirtttha n roe ram me tha lianil struck nn a inanh hMieillnuuT apreudiyto ati?m u cV.r veterani maixhe to victor? Aa-l cT talnlr no vlctery was t-verinor complete, for RVfta'aJT nnrart Uh thir "wo?! was uotidimbutaworuMotof .JL to WO UOtmUgUBfcW01UI IOI OI cra tl mark whit bad beau a aplendf I feaat. A nuin? kr .fla.ly mimbera of the N w Y nt avenue 'rebi.,rfaj chureh valata.1 the gent!, mui , thi aaaocittlloiilniulntstertngto the want ot the itoys, an I a goodly cousregailun aat in tiid umiu iHly of t be hail during the time cwrupted la din lof, wtll-pleawd ipectatora of nt seat and I relish with the boys enjoyed their Thanksgiving ' dinner. After dessert the party was dlsmhsea1 and participate In tha evening exercises, an Invl utlon which wan goner-ally a-veptd. At seven o1 lot k, tha hall bring well filled with adult, a well a Javrnilea, tha entertainment wa iwgun and the programme, a publlaheil In Thure ilTa Kirrat icam, carried out. The ad Ires bv jar, joan u, iiaraness was nnort, aui exteeujagij pointetl and appropriate, th atereopticon views good, an I the music by Donon'a baaJ happy and Inspiring. Taken all In alL those of tha hoYa who availed themselves of the kind work of the association passed a pleasant and long to-be-remembered (lay, and departed for their home with thankful heart to the members and all who had aided incm in tneir laoor ot love. At Arllatiaa, Thtcltlsensol Arliniton. a,. Iwing lesimna of spending Thanksgiving evening la a manner appropriate to the day. concluded to give a con cert the proceed of which were to be donated to the Sunday school to mm base books for the library, Profraaor H. E. Measer, with kta son and daughter, kltPlty volunteered their services for the occasion., an I performed their part ex cellently; the staging of several comlo piece caused ranch merriment, particularly thoae Here entitled "Wax Work," "Axe to Grind," fcPetr Orer." and "tncje Ned," with variation. The andleme were well pleased WHh th enter tainment, and expressed th desire that the con cert soon oe repeal! Lrctarvbr D. AagaxlA Hiraker. Tht Henrr Wilson's literary AM Association had tbelr first lecture In the course gln by I), AUgiiaia Birater, "n inc maunus uciween cat tal and labor on Thunnlar evenlne. In St. Paul chapel, Houth Washington. Tha audience wa tarve. and the Interest well sustained throuahnnt. Mr, Btraker Is a law graduate, and coasl ltrel a very aWe writer, trenchant, vigorona and oftoti brilliant. The subject matterwumnatiy hlstort- rat, ahd yrt Be dean axuiruny wun the issue close at hand. He thought a fairer distribution ot property, or, at least, the comfort of life, waa the great want of to-day. III argumente and Illustrations were very ciear, anti were appiauota irwwuji CITV 8MAI.L, TAt.K. It was awful cold last night, I Coal merchant were happy yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. II. C Spencer gave a grand re- cepiion iaf nignc, "Oar Phli"aoea ondutr Vondar momlnr. The bond will be filed to-day. Two holidays In on week. Pplendl I thing for the printer and scribes The new of Mr. Greeley's death created quite a sensation In town last evening. "Divorce" drew well last night despite tha eokl weather. It even drew folks from the Nary lard. Alreadv the keynote for a grand ball on thi 4lh of March has beeu struck. Hope It wont besa cold a last night. The deer which graced Lafayette stinare ha been removed to winter qaartora la lien. Bab- cock's stable. ur. scarie repllol that It was, a he only aold "Meet Me, Dearest, with a Kiss," Is tho title of the u of them on the same principle that a the latest song. W under If abe had been meet- carpenter sells hi work but not hi tools. Ingwlth aclubf I Mr, Bayley, from the committee on buildings. The aoclety man of the Kiitblicak was In a laskedfurtherllinebeforereportingonthematLtn SSSSSl19 U 0n"lok,,r 'wrffiriKeWSStM rm.nnMM.Mmt4i, opened his famous hoatelne to th press, still niaiiil)n ilM taa nrwnt VitnnUMi wVves much to the gratification of the walkW. I lllS. reported M Dlbliotheck der ttelertenachulaile Johanna- on the communlcatlun of Mr, J. C. Johnson, of ami nnd ich Blbllothekar." Ho a correspondent I Howard I niversity, In regard to exteudtug the Informed (Jovcrnor Cook yestenlay, nre alarm telegraph to those buildings that they Teople who hail homes stayed In last night, or ' allowed to connect with tha city wires, and le at least they should have dune bo alwaya ex- given a Ihix, provided they pay the expenses, and cepuug newspaper men. Home unknown th leves entered the nnoncunied house of Mrs. Lewi Johnson, corner of Eleventh and Q atreou, anl stole therefrom a lot of gas pipe. The display made by the Knights of Pythias Thursday wa very fine, and served to how of what splendid material the Order in thl District 1 romjtoaed. Tha follow! nv Is the ranra at the tharmnma. ter yestenlay at Hempler optician store. No. 4A3 Pennsylvania avenue, corner Four-and-a-half street) S a, m tv, 10 a. m- Ifl, I p. m- U; 4 p, ta- t, I p. m., , a p. tn., la. . ih.K.... - t, i 1- f.M. One of the horses of Mr J (. Magulre span. which was very IU of the prevailing Ulaoase ami Kaat ircuTcrj, naa bhui jravrnia uj gjKVi, oonan, at the request of the owner, several part of the horse were taken by eotiio army sur- geona for examination. Pt'Mt.IC N( IIOOIjs. The New Jrfire nalldlaa; The Slain Aa dlrace Hall aad ha Arraageascat. The suh-lxMinl of school trustees of tha Fourth district, who have been charged with the erec tion ot the splendid new building at the corner of lrgmla avenue and Sixth street were made rffiR-fs."" ??"'!,wJ,".vu,.u..;";s., ii.v.i iB.mia nv,v uni'ii -., aim bub mu uuiiip In. ra In H..II.... ,n 1 r..r,..all (np.ia.1 naa lng waslnreaillneBs to le formally turned over to the proer authorities. Horn tiui ago a full d-nctlptton of thl beaotl fuledillLO was putilishe-l In the KktTBUCAK, but at that time tho committee ha I nut decided how tne mam nan snoui 1 i iignioi ani neatcd, a .,,, .,,,., ,, thn ,,nln,.,.lt ,.r ih- nPII. nt . T.shc.:nVr;iLuto.VryuVu uu iT 1 1 k . . V ii. 1 l(. . ' , r. A toiHriurm the work, . iwtn'gniinemeuiireiiitneciirnmi in r;?riV.U.?Hr- a: committee were 1 of the halL an I acconllnglv they assehiiitcd ttiere At attout ft 30 liJJ,"Vfciri'r- p.-.,i mauiCj, rs.1 r'.-;T:.vr , " "'::."r ."":' ".;...); . . " :j : v.: .... 7 -..v.. v. -""..: " ' the an hllnt, anl scleral olher wrll known sen tlemeii The firm v.asrepreenUd by Mr IIum. i tire woodwork of the room, Inc lading window friu,M w,tl to front ' "" 1?! " frames, are of North taruUna, pine, oiled nJ Plish-"1, the iKMtst of the committee Iwlng ". "" Puon of the fresco, there is no aint In the room. ?"-.V" " "." TJ T imiJZZJ lZ''v" .VrTniWi ,.-;l7p. i- arraniretl In aaemUrin le. The heat Is supplied by six bronied ateam tmlU atora, placed at proper polnu around tha ruma, I and the light la furnished by ue latest style fix-1 turea. ' In tha centre or tha mmd. ttenitant (mm thaahl statute. Si1 .? ? "X ."".'! '." .fT- .' P".' '" . l auiwal.il cbMi. I '."l'i'T SS'SSf ajSL'SSTaf-SK: "" laceM, taih lirn,r hclor Olll wi J a I rp..,.. i,i..ii..n ...i. v. in?. t.t.. . tJ"l inuimnou cannie. in. innfr arr, In mIUtelT dhow tn. rrteclor. u rnr.i of "'..:!!"."r! """!.. -- "-,. wu.fir w. , ... ,nt. ..u.m.i. Wing beaUUrUL I "1imj orer tb, aUf. H almllu ItUr. onl ainaller. rvwnnrwnt a- 11 la nt favtviarKt ffiirttJilAii ifft1 "I"1- Around th fetof the gallery and la the paneU of the all are fifteen gilt three- u ia nunng tne room one numireti ann sury- " BB several naiia, tne ante-rooms, uirrary, .. . .. ....... . . :. : . KrS.'.K"H.BJ. .2HK.;' ;,;.! r-; is i.xim.xsz-r !!"" ""' ' P'1- "' t-'".nrcrt. p.rn loV '"M?R:,T?r. . ,,,.,. ,. . .... , , ..."r.. :'.""" '.':t'.":'"''""i"". " erases wlU consist of addreaana by Prof. Northrun, Dr. Tymlall, of Lngland, and Maury, the reading of an original poem compoaed by Mr, Kenand. of thlacltv. and the Mlmrine bv the scholar of a hymn, and an ode compoaed for the occasion. Short addresses Incident lo the occa sion will also bo made by Uor. Cooke, Thomaa E. IJoyd. and the President of the Hoard of School Trustees. Patent Sewer Cleaner An aonaratua has been invented bv Mr. W. II Chaae, supenateodent of aewera, Au, lor the , cleajilnir of nlite aawera. Thn anrurraiua ninal.ra cleaning of pipe Mwers. The apparatus conalsta of a aeries of two-Inch ga pipes cut In section Of three feet Id length, with screw and coupling connection on each end, which are Inserted Into tue ctogseu urain pipe at me iuaunoiea ami ex tended down through the ubatructlou. lo the foremost oue 1 attache! a acrew auger four Inches In diameter, thl section of the pipe being mounted on a amall pair of Iron track. The whole la run down to the obtrnctlou, and the auger act to boring through the clay or sand by mean of turning the pipe by the operator stand ing in the manhole, wheaaa opening la mad through the hardest portions of toe aaod, a hoae la attached to tb pipe and water toned down. relieving th pipe of all obstructions. Thl pipe, bymeauabf the wheels, can be extended almoat ludefiniuiy. and the force of the water brought to bear at the exact spot where needed. Mr. Lhaae has mated but aparatu several tlmea, and baa always been auocssaful In a sac Uon on Twelfth street, between L and M atreeta north went, recently, where the pipe waa com pletely filled up with clay a distance of some three or four hundred fuet, ten cartdoada of clay were removed. This method, together with lhachaagea recommended by Mr. Chase In the lonstruoUon of manholes, it lalwiieved will en able the workmen to keep all the sewtr pipe vimui, uw maun iiu iiirir nice Plrrw. Plrrw, I On Tbauksirli Inir tiluht. almul I 30 m Km k. an 1- a --.v. I Itnll, tha hAatlnar an.l II 4.11ns aai..Ht I IlintaUll the IIIWAf Ortlpr nf 111 IH1 t. Illll the alarm waa struck fioui box b, by uniocrMxtiree img itKJr work. The only way he thought to vey, caused by fire I lng dicovere in a frame remedy any noirlrct waa to report them to the building, used for a primary Khool. altuatedou (lovarnor for uiamlsaal, a they were not Bo tha northweal turner of th Uallach school-, polutora of the board, but those of the Governor, building ground. It waa entirely dlatroyed, lit- Verdi, after further Ulauaaaion withdrew and tb origin of the Ire la believed to have nts proposition. been the work of an incendiary Loss $turt. Vt, BUM offered a resolution, which waa adopt- ua 1 bursdsy afternoon, about 4 ui lock, a Bra I ed, ordering aa laveaugatlon into the neglected broke out In the residence uf l.aiit- Wiiiiama. nf . ruiniliUain el the luivlua In tha Thirteenth acav Treasury, altnated at the coinor of Johnson aud 1 Lincoln itreeta, I montown, U. C, an I It wa I entirety conMiued. The captain was absent at i the time, and Mrs. William, who waa Id bed 1 under the Influence of morphine, ta with sick dimculty resoue-j. about ll.ooo, covered by an Insurance of f In I me iuaa win amount to ni" fuvuitaD runi abpwiiiuo, vi nan Aran- wtw, nm TBVTxnoAT, i Yestelay evenuit. almut a o cluck, nre was i illMwereil lu to naif of the dwtlling of lr Miller, on Neworkav.nue, iwtweeu puuiirerith and fifteenth street An aiumpt was made to turn ln an alarm from lux Tfl, but failing to ob u"'u ireiu m uciciiitb nur, auu uai it not ,w" deleted at ouco tna rasnlt would. "Wo"'- At o' lock " rni wa turned u fro... box ifl, o nnd pre- ". cauawiuy a t giw imriiM jerry i King, owned' by Johnson A Ilro;.nd iymiat the 'wlorJntllWMb uifdl-oovered on lire 1 1., ri-nnnmant FMia.ii.UI nrni.ii.ilv l...r ,11,1 ,.t ' Wnjn "S n J ffllln,SAfTilCt,-!itS!iimi!..!f,i! 1-x""2ttJ,u,'J- VfUhoutthui w inm 1) image hi "" HcktM Ono flUoaa in great variaty, for ladles, inio and children, at T S. (IabtkbixIl, tmrjortnttlktrtct, jrornifol L DOOMED. O'BRIEN SENTENCED YESTERDAY. The i:aeelUa tat Take Placa en the 8Tlk rFrbraarr N at. Charles (TDrlcn, contlcte4 of Ike muMtr of Cunningham at Often spring In August last, was brought to the court-house yeitenlay to hear the sentence of the taw. He seemed glsver than has been usual with him, bat showed no sign of weakness. "You have been ladlcted by Ut grand Jury, to which Indictment yon have plead not guilty. Ton have been tried and found guilty. It Is now my duty to pea sentence. Ilaveyoa anything to aay why th sentence anouM not be pronounced, f " O Brlen, who hal risen when the Judge began to speak, aahl that he knew that nothing he could aay would change the sentence, but that he wish ra HiMjuimi nw no mance; tnai mere nii lieen no trouble Itetween the families, or that he did not know what ho had done until he wa ar rested. Judge MacArthur thea sal I It was hlsdutj to annonnca the term of tha existence of the ac ml on earth, and gave seatauce aa follows i "Th sentence of the law Is that yon be taken ' from this court-room to the common Jail of the Ditrinof ohimb)a, whanrayon were brought, , and there kept In Dim confinement till Trmrs ilay, the ilth day of February, la tha year WTs, between the hours of 10 a. m, and p, m., an 1 thence removal to the place of execution, and there b hanged by the neck uatlt you are dead. And may Ood enable yon to prepare for that solemn moment and have mercy upon your aouL" The case will come up for hearing In the Gen eral Term iurtag the month of January, riKft coxMimioMmN. Mediae ef the Beard Lat Mlkt-New Ueergeiewn Kitglae lie waa -The Habjrct rAJarme Thank la tha ReitriM VeO reiary. The Boant of Fire Commissioners held their regular weekly meeting, at their room In Colum bian building, lasteTtnlng; 8, 8. Baker, president, la the chair. Th Chair, from the special committee ap pointed for the purpose, reported thai tha ao count of th treasurer nail ben examined and foaM to be correct. notice mat at the next meeting if lh abolition of the oouMuitte on aapplie. Chief Engineer Cronln atated that tha horses "Tom and Jerry, "of No. 4 engine, were In a very critical condition. Mr. II. TL Searls atated that he h vl received two proposal on the l-tsns drawn ly him for the (leorgetown engine-house, and other would have lM, but ok! not beraus they understood th work wa not to I continued. Mr. usiey wisnmi w know ir it waathe in tention of the architect to retain the plana in bis imssesalou. in accrciarj so to iniorni ueui. Agreoti to. Mr. Barker, from the asm committee, recom mended that the fire alarm Intxe on engine house remain on the outside of the buildings In stead of being removed inside. thief Engineer cronin made a minority report favorlmrthe change. The majotltv rei-ort was adopted. ThecnwofAV. W. Hrtnlle (not Charlie) charged1 sun wing aiMrni irom tna engine-nouia wnnout leave, was taken UP. He wa oroven nulltv and t fined 110 by the ttoard, and the president dlrectetl i tocautlon nlrathalahouldheappeAragaln before I Ue toard for any violation of the rule be would I be sulJectel to immediate dismissal. I On motlonof Mr. Barker, It waa agreoJ that the I hoard meet on the 1st and M Prtdavstn each 1 SnnUi rnuaysw eacn Mr. smith Introduced a resolution, which wa adopted, changing the nnnttter of copies of the annual report to be printed from live hundred to one hundred and fifty cuplea, twenty-five of which shall be neatly bound. Mr Smith moved that the chief engineer suIh mlt, aa a separate estimate, the amount of ex pense caused in the department by the recent horso epidemic Agreed to. Mr tunllh moved that the superintea lent pui Uah in the dally pcrs Instructions to cltuena concemlug the turning In of alarm. A looted. Mr. Bayley moved that the superintendent of police be requested to instruct hi forte not to i ... 1.. b.a w oiji 1 arnila IU nurSfB OI I ""."" ".' . ""' T" V th fire department are still sick. Adopted. Mr. Smith moved that a vote of thank bo ex tended to tha retiring secretary, Mr, IL D. Ban ley, tor htJ uniform uourtoay to tha board and the pcrffi t am lltlou of bit bonk, and that the committee on rules lm directed to prepare aultable resolution cxpriSAlte of the acilsu of the iKMnl, Aditptcl. Tho board then a ljuurned. DIvOHClJS. .- ti aay iint ni crn tl rattled Ih thi til-. DUirlrt. Marrisgrsdoly aoiexaalzed cannot la redouncfNt lating w uivorce, and created a court cailw the urt M9 ,u,,, Wtrtmnlal UnJaa." ftvlnr Jnrladlctton i over all matter then per. ialnlng to and vested In the various en icslastu cal court. In this country, formerly the power la grant divorcee belonged to the Leglalaturea of , mrVnt lL 'kSJt hreZ".."r;tT 'S rrant divorcee Is conferred unun courts of eaullv. mBidi;nTmh.Vrm or oo na poasesatng equity powers. la thl 111 trtc,Congreaa, bv a aiatute passed on the lath of 'Una, laoo, conferred like power on theLquily vuia a, ft,, uuvivvaivi www ne luti ta m ,."2 . 1M Uw nornuar rectal ciajittan; In l IlAT..; SiiKSSTV. i,tS I. ;m XS. two. la IM! lwnilj.Hr,; Id iB i. nlj. lu 1M1 iw.nt. In i.;utltlnri.! in lsn f.irtv.n... -r;r s i ."... :r. .' - rT.. .-": -. w.nirjiii m .....ninji,; m .an .ui la nrftlj-for.loUL two bunnredand. m. tsu, . ur.. no?. at .mcid. ... "P"" ' caaea. upon hearing, have been dlsmlaaeiL nor doe it -inriraca the rase now peudiog and not . ' Whifl i?undS5I,to nreoare an elaborate '. hi inienaM to prepare an elaborate i th-leupon in -aubJectaUt finding It Impaas ImMaslbla ooiam cenam uaia, n of och an article, nne It l.. thl brief oi llPhrewh Itliirf mtn in neccAsary to the prepare we mast therefore con. " imiua. aotwiui wm- iitin-wunHjwiw-umi!u iirvuiu uiach bat loo of their stone gods. As aoclety progreaaed lg clvlutlon she weut step by step uuill a thor ough nora reform wa had and entire aucceaa attained, ao that the "corrupt stream of aoclety were purified by spring of healthful water," i ii ana.. 110AU1I OF 1111AI.TII. New Alierary Appelated Meana ie bo TaTakcn la Bccara Altentlen of lb icavew era The Hiuallpex Caaea A meeting of the Jtoardcf Health waa held last night at their rooms. No. 1WSK street, Mr. O. C. tox In tho tbalr and Dr. V. W. IUUs, secre ury. Mr. Varbury, the treasurer, reported several tills, which were ordered to be paid. Mr Langston, from the comroiiteo on ordi nances, rsportou the following ordinance, to de clare barrels, lioxes, baakcu and other vessel nuisance Injurtons to health t v,inhfth DUfric' Cl.i, That barrels, . Tl' . .. .r .1 ...' .. -7I.Z.. .n If u raaia aaa rascra ay i uoara baxea. baaketa. or other veuela cunlalnlnir ovster shell or clam ahelU, tho same being lu a foul aud fllihy condition, and being placed or kept upon any footwalk, alley, atreet, or other public place, are hereby declared to be tralsaneea Injuri ous to health, and any person or persona keen ing, creating or niatnUlmng such nuisance shall, upon conviction, be pnnhhed by a fine of not lea than two dollar nor mow than five dollars fur ach aud every such offence. Adopted. Th health office recommended the dismissal ifCharlea Wilson, acavenger ut the Thirteenth .avenger district, la outwequanoe uf hi neglect efduty. Agreed to. , A communication waa recelred from William Bowen, Mating that he hal visited aeveral oltl ten in reference to fining up their lot, and that they refused to fill them, aud said the board could aU In tb matter aa they pleased. The health offlner recommended the appoint fncniuf Mr. IL Mitch Miuperintondentotsiavea gers. Dr. Diiaa auted that Manhail Brown, a icaven gr. waa occupying that uotl'lon without any ail uiloual cost to th board. Mr. Langston thought there were too rrfany at tha bead 1 the Scavenger, whkih tauaotl au In terference with tho work. t lr liiua laid as the matter now atood It was Hie bear, aatna lacnmueniia one or ine soaren- vara, and Itelnir at ware wit I mitre ol the manner In whkh Ihev are nerfonn- era, ana ucwg biwbjb wiin mcra, in cai-auia to eoger dUtriot, and report th Also the following, which jowfn-g,Totth bealt1 tue ream i to tna uue.ru. i wa anopteo: nMoev be dtreotad to prepare a map of the late smallpox districts, glv Jug the number an I atreet uf each cane, market) in reti aquarei ami wiicn more tuaii uhi i occara lnpne locality thay hll b designated by DIUO apoia, ami ttiuju uva.ua vuuurn uiaca j( aibo tne iuiiuTtoaj bueire mmmxnh . lbai U nraaideat ba teouaated t ate wtth Mr. Lhi Harry, aapehntendeoi Baltimore and Potomac railroad, ai request that b direct the employee of the railroad attebdiug the drawbridge north rbaunel of the potmuau river to oeii tha draw tor the steamer anl fllV WUIJIUWIW auiuiiH. BUM y noon the usual signal utter day. itrnlng and before t p. m. each day wnen reqiureM, a(wihu. Also, a Veaolntlou retoaimen Un tb Bnoolat- in. it of Mr. A, K. Browue a attorney for th, board. Bo ordered, a Taeaoaraiuautai,wovioci,-r.ijjavw, lafauflclrte. Yeatttdtf aenlnff M . oriH?( JCW.tom mulauoinaieinfant waa fouuTlna Lrfi aWalltf on II atreet, between Mlntli aud Tefith. Thtr re .mains ware uken to the Sixth preclucl station by officer Colluu, and tho Coroner notified, who, after viewing the body, deemed Hie holding of an UuaA4uancaaary, Change and Improvement at the fmltk. aenlaaw Borne' chaftgea are In progres In th Smithso nian Institution building, which, whan corn-! pleted, allow a new and rauen better arrange ment of tha national museum than has been possible before- Tne room fa the eastern end of thehnlfcltngUtabw receiving Bne walnut rases, made Insect-proof and dust and airtight. An ap- Cropnatlon is also available for rasing the large all extending the whole length of the main , imiidimr, ant above th hall, now contalalag moat ot the object in th museum. W hen the new rasing I finished all the museum pertamlng to vinnoiogy wiiio piacen in in great nan on the second floor. The ethnological collection now fills the whole nf the small room on the first 1 floor, entered from the east end or the main hall, . half the cases in the galleries, and nearly or quite half the talilea. Tha unntr hall Will contain on of the finest. If not the very finest, ethnological collection In the world. In the portion devoted to the American aborigine It will be without a rival, and a complete and valuable aa nnlrpie. The room tint mentioned, vi kick la now being caaed, and the one I t ween It and the main lower halt, will be otmpledby the inineraloglf-el and geological collection. The lower ball will be left for tho loologlral museum. The xoologtcal col- lection I greatly crowded, aad la rapidly grow. Ina Thera la atan a larva onllerUon nf fiMialla m is greatly crowuen, aau israpwi grow There I also a large collection of toast). hnt It Is not let flarldail whether thevahall be appropriately illsthbuteil among the other col lections, or whether there shall be a department specialty devoted to paleontology, Maaenle It en a lea. About forty of the friend of onr worthy towns man, Fmanuel Francis, by his invltsuon, par took of a handsome entertainment at Tenneeon1 last night, given by hlro In honor of hlsadmlaslon to the Masonic C)rleis third degree. The lan qnet waa act In Tennesson's best style, and con sisted ot all good things known to good caterer at this season, Th time waa paaaed In hearty eating, toast, stories, epeeche ami songs, till Hot-lock, when tha party retired well-pleased with evervthlna- and evervhodr. Brother W. II. Lambert related the fact that In the very room In which the supper waa held (the second-story comer room In tne old house now owned and kept hr'Tnrle Sam") (leorr W ashlnrton had once sit and participated In a Maaonlo supper, refer- mil mi in iikvuui vi ik tiv nail irvi in au uiu paper. itf-raaaW QaMrtU. The Award af 4JeM SffNtela. The Interesting exerctsea announcel for this evening at Lincoln hall, under the ample of th Horletv for tha Prevention of Crnettv to Anlmaia, will Insure a erowited house. Uevernor I Promised to be ureaent. Music bv the Marine Hand, resiling by IL, uay Preuss: adtlrea by Hon. V. V, Oox.nnd the award of gold medals for th prtie essays will fdrnlsll both profit ami pleasure to all who attend. Let the friend of iav goou wore weicom tn society vj a crowuca OUUBV. The Now Kale.nd Dlaaer. I The New England dinner, given by the ladles I, nm Aaomui7 cnurvn, rwrurr ui ruinanu i streets, was a very happy affair. Sumptuous I table were spread In tne lower hall of the I church, and for two hour thy were kept filled ! bv a com nan v who richlv enlorU the well-cooked 1 food. Where all were o deserving In a well- cuminacu riiun ior aaoua ovueni, an wsu aa a I solid entertainment, we ran hardly mention namea. vet Mesdame lurtlett, Tharer. Ilodre. 1 Cady, Hlchwood and Morrill were ao eonaplcu lou in their efforts to please, and succeeded ao admirably, that they cannot be omitted. Mew England men aad women who attended thl din ner wui long rememocru. j tlrent PrnnTvnatA Jla-aAc. 1 At the office ef the Pennsylvania HaJIroad, corner of Thirteenth street and Pennsylvania I avenue, tickets for all point West, well aa 1 South, can be purchased. Baggage checked at . the office for all the principal poiuta In the country. I Accident. Yestenlay evening, Mr. Frank Kapenburger. KHIT tUIITI, XIMI ITIIlin ilU. tt II BUTT I aoutheasL met with a terrible accident at the depot of th Battimore and Ohio IUilroad Com pany. 11 appears tnat ne aitempiei to get on ooeof the care of the B SO train while It waa In motion, and In doing so fell with hla left arm serosa the track, and the wheel passing over If, severed tho bund above the wrist. He waa at once taken In charge by Sergeant Johnson, anl conveved Id the "H-tenfh nreclnct station, where he wa attended by Dr, L. fc grader, after whlnh he was removed to Providence boapital by Offl cera uiiuuia mu Aicuiauo. The NatWnal Tbentrr. This afternoon and evening afford the only two remaining opportnnltle to ace the sterling play of Divorce" at the National. The occasions will bo Improved, for none have aeen thla play but to praise It, Monday night the new drama of "Article will Ips preseutcl. The plot of the play In brief lathis: Tweutv years ago a young an I wealthy French tuan of Rouen, whom the dramatist namea Dn lHtilel, loved a tieauty ot that city MBdernolsell Cora, While equally attached to him, tho ladr Oil oilO uoxaMou snruied to favor lite advances of another suitor. Hollering himself to have lcei grievously wronged br the llr, In a (It of It alousy Uutiamel aougnt to take her life. In thl- ho failed, but unfortunately succeeded In so dis figuring her face that her great beauty was de troyed for life, tor this crime hews trle-l at Itoticn, fonn 1 guilty, ami sentenced tn the galtrys for five years this sentence being mainly owing to the tin IktlvrncM of the woman he had In jured, as exposed in her teitimouy before the court. Hut during the term of hi Imprl-onment, Cora ts uvrrcouie Dyrcniorse, and all her love for lu haraelreturne. Llutiamel's imprisonment expired, he 1 onlered In aooordance with Article 4T of the penal oodet Iiy Article 4T, of the penal oo-le. It la declared that all person condemned to imprisonment at hard labor for any period of years, shall, after their term of Imprisonment expires, remain for life auhject to tha aurvelllance of the police. Thiamin 1xti, hrwircr. he disobey, destroy a the order ! atmg him and goes to Pan, aocom Enled by hlnuoihor. where he resile nnder aisnmed name of tl-rard. Hero he falls In re with Maroellede Klvea, the daughter of a nobleman, and ahe with him. After truggiing vainly with bis passion he marries her, hoping to keep bis terrible secret to hlmaelf forever. But fate would have It otherwise he la discovered by Mile Cora, who present herself before hint at the salon of her friend the Daronessde Mlrac, which he hae visited, the companion ot hla father-in-law, the Count de Klves. At thl Interview Cora proclaim her undying love for Duhamel. whk h he reJecU with scorn, announcing the fact that he ia married. Driven to desperation, tb terrible mania legln tn develop, which ulti mately takes tNMethn of her. Palling to secure any return Ur her love hut derialon and Insult, she thre'n. to pro lalm that Duhamel I a con vlrt, an I to c tire his rearrest and Imprison ment. Aa the price of ber alienee, ahe com mands nna to v.lt her at tha Baton nightly, and there r main furs v: a I hours; and hi It c im pelled to obey. IIU repeated abenoe awaken th Jeatoua sus picions of his r mng wife, who follows him to the salon an I cntr a Duhamel and Cora are tn pas sionate dlsi utntnn f tr Cora's madness. Impelled by his frequent presence, and the fearful alterca tions between them, ha at last grown ungov ernable. Hhe denounce Duhamel to hi wife, and a fearful aence ensue, which terminates in tho flight of Dnhamf-1 and the culmination of the wreU ned Cora's madness. Ilefora complete de tirlufli overtake her, however, she write a letter to the prefect of police. The vicissitudes of thl fateful document, aud the situation which grow out of the terror of Duhamel and hla wife, who know that auch a mlaiiva 1 dispatched, are In the highest dogree dramatic, an 1 bring to a fitting close one of the moat remarkable acnaatlona ever placed upon tha aUge. The aera ooinpany, which has. played "Di vorce'1 aosuoceasfuiiy, will remain at the National another week. Prefraaor Cbarlrt, Whltaey. Thla gentleman had a very appreciative and select audience to hear him ou Wednesday even log last In tbi lougregatlonal church, and though he docs not pontes the fire or the power that marked hla rendition fifteen and twenty year ago, still, aa a whole, hla performance waa a aucceaa, and many portions of hi recitation were even grand, acenrate, and effective. Ill personation., ot Henry Clay and John Ran dolph aad hu rendition of to "Light Brigade" were well and Hie lively pwnooneed, and gave general aatlafactlou. Too mm h time n aa consumed In hla Lear, and ln ValstaJf be waa not happy, Profeasor Whitney ha one superior advanUge over nuouc rcaucra m tuia, ne repeat irom mem mean power. Vn the whole, the performance stii auct esa, and aa he I to read again on Tue iliy evening next, our cltlaena can Judge for themselves as to the mertU of the entertainment. In the meantime, we would Bay that th tare. icU't criuoism l unfair and uncandld, to aay th least l'rof Tynttall la Tawa Prof. Tyudail will arrive In the city to-day from DalUmore, where he dell vera J hla closing lecture to a crowded audience last night, Hla apparatus and assiatanu will U on hand at Lincoln hail r eady for the wort of preparation on Monday. The sal of course tickets cioaed yesterday with a very satisfactory result, aud the axle of seat for auy aingia night, on or more, begin thl morning, by the diagram, at Dalian ly an'. Ad mlaalon to the alogle lectures la one dollar, and there la no extra charge for reserve I seat. Thla enable any one to make their selection with entire freedom, and to asearo single seat ahead to aidt their oonrwtfeo.ua. Koin ember, th) first lecture occurs uext Tueadiy night. Theatre Conloae Tho aud ten coM snap of last evening did no appear to have any dlomraglR effect on the audience at thn (Theatre Camtque aa the audito rium waa crowd! as uuaL While th pro f return waa well rendered throughout, still the rtsh sketch entitled "Barney Courtship," In which MlM Martha Wren and James Colllna re present the character, waa aoexceadlnalv well giveu aa to cauae much merriment and to pa fre- aaennj appiaaavl, Tllvro wiu ue tne usual atunlay matinee thla afternoon, and to-night aeveral of tboaa who have established themselves as favurtW during their Jrtf engagement will rusko their fire well appwrauu. DeuMiara aus4 Dalle ef the Hear. liar, rather Keana will .active at odd Fellows' ball to-morrow evening oa MTha Dangers and Dutiea of the Hour," betng a repetition of tha lecture recently deliver! ny mm in Brooklyn, I teforea very large aadlenci The proceed of the In ture are to be expended lu clothlug aud educating poor In) ys nnder th care of tb Youug Catholic's Piierat tbotetyv It ts to tjo hoped theru w wi tuu Aieuau tv-iuurruiw i. . . ;ir,-repel. fan H-ln, Tha perfonnauce at IM estaMlhment,coritln uei to receive i titt ehow f the publio'patron age, and the protframbit ptealnted never falla to taterwitn doterrtd apprectatlon. Manager Uen aa UJnil onveraant with the desires of the arauaement-aeeklng ettlaeus and la constantly adjJLag new attraction to th many that can now bt found at hla ball. Kxt weak some nsw aura are underlined to appear, and doubtteia a huge biu wlU b precaatid to Uvsarata ,VHQ C9HTt-aicmjMura, ononocTowN affairs.; snirnrNT or Fimm-?leared, steamer E. C. Knight, for New Yorx, with w barrel ot flour. TmMiNitrtihi PAT wu generally observed In thl civ by too rhuruhea. Tna schooner speedwell cleared yesterday for PL Thomas, W. I, wlia M ton af coal. Tne FbakX!N end Southern and AUaotlo Tel egraph Compsules have established a branch of nee at the I nlon Hotel. Tna Alexandria CamuIh conseinence of the break in the Alexandria cans I, boat are being lowed from (leorgetown to Alexan Irla, Salkm on Vhange yesterday wern I, Too bushels nf -mil rtxl wtinL at tl 10uilJuiL.i A aw hushels of pr1medo,att. do,atl.ftMl.M. , bi i.omjiii, IftVU UIIIU'UIVI VII VIVC Tne rvi.i. Taina. Thn rerelnta and shlnmenta of coal by Ike different companlea dorinjr the past week were atoutthe same aa those of the week previous, ma Umaim MAaxrr. Arrived! Canal boats Seneca, with tao barrels of flour, two bushel of corn, and 41m bushel of wheat, to W. II. Dougal: K, IL. Hartley, vim i,ivg iwntn 01 wibw, ini woaea, wita ,avu Baaneui niiirauiiurj m Urn. nrwAWAf Testerday afternoon a hone at tached to a cart, standing on High street, be ranta frlahtened and started down llltrh street lo Cherry street, where. In turning the comer, the cart waa upset aad badly broken. Th horse waa not mjuraii Tna cOKTaACToa for laying the wood pavement n Kirat street rom Dieted the same as far as Po tomac street Thursday, in onler to accommodate Ihoae attending the wedding of Mr. J. 8. Welch's daughter. Tha workmen were rewarded for their exertion ny a coiauoo given ny air, w eicn, Tna roTOMAO Boat ctra have received 'Mr new emooth-bnttotn alx-nared gig, and Thurs day put It in tha water for the nnd time. The boat was made by Lark ins of Washington. It Is tiny-two feet ln length by twenty-two Inch In width, made of cedar, with sliding seata. TbiOattui MAttxtr. At Drover's Itet, yes terday Til bead of cattle were offered. 8om of the r att la were very fine, Loula Mean sold U to Ben). Hunt for 4H nd T cents. Many of onr leading butcher paid av cents, and mora ani mals were aougtit at that price, but they were not In tha market. The demand forfim-cIsM heerra Is Increasing; 4 cattle sold to butchers; 4A sold for stork purposes, and M were left oven HI were sent to Baltimore, b of which were stock tttie; 4U aheep were up, and wa sold to bu t h ra for &, cent, 183 wre left oven to cow and Otivea were offered and sol 1 from ta to IM, hq condemnairjoa. Tna nntracrioiv of tha Cheaaneake and Ohio canal by President Oorman and the directors bu been couclnded. The canal wa generally found In a fair condition, but some improvrmenu were ordered to be made upon the permanent works of the earn after the close of navigation. The boats. In oonaequenoe of the eplxootlo among the horses have fallen off from about forty a day to twelve or fifteen. The rilsewal now among the horse of the ratnei. and It la probable that the coftl trade of both the canal and rail road will hereafter be seriously affected. Should tht present good weather continue the resump tion of general travel upon the canal may soon be exnected. The number of boeU week before last over the Hue waa 194, last week a de creaseof 10, Thenumtierof tonsofcoalshlpped from Cumberland during the week ending No vember It wa 14,119 lo; during week ending No vember ta, ia,toT a decrease of a,oii ton. The receipt of the canal for the week en.il November ta. Kit. were Cumberland X4.U0 (leorgetown. V.Tt; Hancock, f 14 M, Wll llama port, lH4.li toul, ll,AitU It Is now thought tbla month the rrcetpu uf the canal will tan oa over iiiynw, TIIK COUHTS. Ureal! Cean Chief Jastlre Canter. Thla court waa entffd aa follows vestenlsrt Harmon vs Johnson A McC-onnrll. Thh case began on Wednesday, waa further beard, and then aojourned until w euncatiay next. OrlsmloaJj Ceart-slade .tlaelrlkur. In thla court yesterdav, sentence of hanging waa itaaei-u nnua c ji, j unon, ivr uie mnnirr oi oainuei vuDuiu(Dain. a iv,urt wui in iduu i in another column. A number of reccgnliamca were forfeited. Adjourned. Pel Ice Ceart Jadge flotll. Thl court waa engaged aa follows yesterdiyi Patrick Itairan.rhanred with aaaaultand halterr on Prank Kvana. Thl aaaualt waa alleged to have been made In Hates' magistrate onice, ti and costs; Mark Lauren x', bsmuU and battery on Pa trick Mahoney, In a drinking house, Julgmeol suspended! Oeorge Kllleen, using prdane and indecent language In the Centre Market on " mi isy lugmj pieanen gouty, n, u. tl wavwaslhe luminlslnant. and teat ine. 1 thai this man a hlieaani him, cnmtdalnlog that he had loitaomeof hla meat by theft, and salt) that all negroes would steal. W Itnea repltel that white men would eleal sometimes, but that did not makesll of theut Ihietes. Accused then aald that the market company hail caur-ed the old market house tube burned down. Witness de nied this. Other words passed, and socned made use of profane and ludeccnt words auI at the same time the accused truck witnea. Kll leen was fined 110. Wllklna Thomas, vagrancy, was sent to the workhouse; John Mai k. charged with violation of the hack law, $ft Chaile Hun ter and Jnahua Coleman forfeited collateral for violation oi can law, as racn. I KITE I JI. "" Arrival lewieriUy tna MrraorouiA J A Coleman. Keiitiiriy If H haariliark, Uli'o M Hiiicisir mry laud Lbaa K lini-niti. Hallo Oeo V ber1, Vtiviula Jl Tlirry Uerasnd, d i M ro O Auatin, do Tfc IWuberer. Itutn 0 B WVent. gnaland . ft X Thomas, IrvmU Mr n H Wyriun on.Vt A H f htm aa, do H D lUDdoT)h, baltloiiireW 1 Aahby ' do John I) Lalhoun, tMara-ial. flrsHuaii fc wle, Va II HlcSjee, New Orleana Jit t)u) AM a wife, do Wm ltHiilman, lrmla(l alrchild. New York i" i-iiuiiiuKuani. ft i vn trace), til ump,iiaiio A A lio) ner, ii W Y 5 at 1 Vwi. t- n.iiiiai.iaii.Ti, uv Mrs Krulth, I iT.cbln.nr t! U J u W M UajrUr.fbila.1eli.ulaV A lb r JHliuw.lr.Naw turk MIm V ia mi . iaa,4.,fiirK n niiiuvriauil Mr lUwler, .do J II llubuumu. Irtaa ira.ui irecu ana wue,n .n luaMaui vur. i ma 1 Plerarm aud wife, doJohn (J Dabney, iiylnla HrallOfiw, New York A Malkw, lUCa-W,.uU iiiicrnrrui, iirmutt mil Me M(m T Lliaudlrr. Md (teo O ill ill tirlater, ilaltlinora m iee ami wir, . OW Ie-llilla1afi4 ,'urk Hon M U Kerr, Indlaua .t.,.- .jLi. . a Aiui'ii l iiHiiiia J II Lewis, LrucubuiY ii rrrj, vaiiimora TfiLee, do WATIOKAI P O Backlv. Oh JlIlll.Msrrlsnl IrO A QiibnTr, Vliylnia r c! John-tm, Pbila AlrsUA (JiUiifx. Vi-aTlulaiteolIHiiUatua, Uniaba "IrLLA JiniUr. yi-vlulBiteolIHiiUatua, chnalii J-TJaSl wtnAowa Mrs II l) lUlaina, dj Col (1 WWllsotiMaridandMlaa Wllllama, do pr II Clay t ard, Md Hon M It i areiiUr, 11 Hwaaa, pelawara city f, -"" aiarriaDO Mra r Lron.Itaa.Hir4 HHarrlMm, Maryland II TalUreiTo, inrlula j H V, irjrr.NorUj CaruilneM i-e K TaltaTsi Mra 1 k H Udar, dd MlMrUllliha inn iiiiuirn farro, d. hard, d p iia aim yaruiaAijr, uu ip v inner, mar) h MIm Uora lluras. do Y K W eat. L'hicaapi HA Peer-on and wife, N YMrs L C Dlilou. M 'H kid Jauu uni ,niin, aitrn Till lurnnv. hi aw Vnrl Mr t O Corone,r, d JLWaldrotsNewYork W Ittchard Coulee, Md Mra W A Add Wn do M Jamlaou, HlaaUwli.pi Mr Noltiiurham, d J W Ullama, Mlaalaaim.i Hon A tlUliert, r tori a jvernan, Mary l an 1 KOW tiail. War) lain IiMtKa? !. iieusuunr, M in laud J H itntNirtaoii. Vlnriu '.mK-, Mnulaua A P Pre ton. Vinrlula llUUtewart, inpuia a uuxt. new lura t, VTrirmla aaaiTT nocka. Ad wT O H nuirakd,U UNA Iiurkler. New Yor T O Utimtha. Ohio Mlaa UritlitLa. Utifo A t Kan.U, Qtdo Joliu J Bef-Ior, I iwi Ohio John J Kafairtr. I ii n n. IUUIU J (1 I1m .New Turk tl Una-mar au f Ufa. ft I Wnclitta wh Henry, VlrviiiH .n ar tarf lfan W It lL.nl.ft J V,fc A (1 Newareu OIlHawpl.urif wf,Ud Wtu I Pra k wf, Va tints airaojiirii. iimui jnrani rani, I inpoia IVrrr ami wlra. N V ' Wm N lirauv illUimou nPKuiihardt,ltHN tlmnraJ Hoott,uilo Tiionia Villami. Mvilcu ihn Wllr.li.li. N V i M Mimttnmier) Jk f. Ta Thomaa lluilerwoml, lud wm V iioiina.1, i-a It an a j A II Terry. U HA 0tVrUrbt,ltnMkl)n ;AlWyd.lhlladIib M H Ilorapjr, llalUmur pr Hbl (1 0 Hchaffer A wife, W Hon h CoTo A trnrd.in, Tetaa JUi KA 1 Allri Wlanit Ind t li V errla. Lon I-)si hi V ll-nila. IHN li urnnoirr, new iora f a WWW Wood, U H N Hoi ATJtiekler.NewYork L 11m AVlederabebn,Pa nil II I aiflPtHll laarf tn.1 " vjLMiirrr .!.---- ;...".-::! L7--. - . .;:-.T'!.--',. "-?.-. Nilt. Pa k wife. N Y J W 1 luley h wlf a, Pa ilou lilt UuUi J Vafflugtoukfain, Mas sr, icuu BT JAMLMKVBOr-UH ) JuhnKavaire. Tetaa J WPrencb.Wls !nVpetitit,d JUniier, Va JmUll.ann.dt J W Ait.Uujr.111 ianiea Mnuroe do M II Hinwlati.l, a tueee Joiiee, do ( apt Oiilwr. d t Ua W 11 Tay1r k tr, Val ill ll) an.vbraaka Jllpelonf.PIJIIa JAHtlue.va llpelonf.Pblla J A r D liriinrh kUr J li BtfeUetlebef.Va.. L I nuuvi a a, !lUue,Naw lork mwu, uo JU LU llijKknitn, 1 J H liMirlT. New Jprra ll Kuttsue, aj Klrby h ladr, Va F Klrby k ladr, ' V MiHluUlet, New kurk mivrfou baliliuure IJH.arVwVa PBrown.riortda Mn.lV.ker.do J Martin. rtUIa Jl lua jJr.iiii.do i J Ctr-nran, Pa Mi ra niniu ItU jhw-ey n W Uortwin. Ya V Feunona. va P llflun-tt. do Iva Jn.iP.1an. ,1 1 arnea P Trier, ia t.w Cr"u lI WhartouA wife, Ta ttf k haivajvsaiv. tfnntanali 11 1'.pnwtil If A Devereaui, rt J H Hmltb. Ol it uirowuiDr aid mo WH Tailor JTfauui),Uo ABUNOTOM R Tiowrey, prooktyn Mr Mrs klaiKU-ll, N Or uuiniuor, naw ra it it iw jbn Ileensn. New York AMl'i (i HlU.liertii, ( hiesmi Itt'atwr. Jaisn MIm M lliiwe. jluflalo I' liauuuaT, new iuri inm n iiijui, new roj I Oplenn k daua-b r 111 lUn U V IP Burn S wife, Va Cbiea-a WtLLABD' HOTBL. lerbni.New York Ci underbill, Uo llanla bkm, Plilla MVRH!A V."'"VJ' u . lewYo a.d.1 Tall a arro. ajiibarst c, lKlenrwe Lutman d 1 i u m iuer, ui Bill vaie'iaiisierro,oj . j a itiyi flwia: .Utlft,1", r, New York OennreIMarlia,PhlU i bnX heverl 1, III Oeonre Daln, HILnuk RUParrntt-N-wYorii MiMlsilor, A f JTawnett, UalMrouri Arili'irNarwtnd.E iUnt hnmanlhal. Pnlla JtTray.lUrtforl w ia i.:il ...T.T 7' 1 ii H Usrlaa )r, llaare L V bUuard. do Cat Kali) N it lleuiou, d i nviN iioubl, EUaoruvi It W Payne, a MIm Hallla Uuarbw, 1 1 f o T CanVe, Ilaiti-nor H 1) ar , GtuWMCutnbiiwt Va Willi 11. vAtanrrnw norrt non nnrr Wllsoti, UmA buu k dauibtii tatilaribtirra ivcloou N 0 ft II Htcela, UHN It 0 M muramlth Awf.Ir lay, bai Unu ire UI)u(rhir. N Y M uiinnfr, new iora nirart nuui.ntw Inra ll 0 Ellla, New Yurk h 11 Mourvet wr N York WliirhMterNsichefMlssH H Monrne k Ml-a N Y w William-. Knviauj WiYeeroau k wf N Y It W llaubury, Kiurlaud POU tVetunaa k vf.N Y P O lfetnllsr, Idaho H II WaUln-Iord fc f N V lian If laala Nn VftTk II M Wataain. Si mrt UnaTalii iiua, Alltauy Untu, Albany Walker wf k ch , . luraauL noTkL, rn-si, mi eetslly to maiMtla parte Ciias Dickimm, VMfDnr.f.Nii VurhA TTa n1Ueirtra WHIT ttNOTOM tLl h INtiOH JobQWallmaiiaJa " Wfilurllett k wife N Y . A a Urtarer, Mr WUIU..,--nd MrrUt,fdibo Thoniae Ili lldlh re linuaUUcatlou. HU voioelat WE Artiiiir k ar 1. Hiirt. dj L0riuin7Virmla Melree at the Waalitngton Daelacae Oallege Tne atooeni of tha Washington Business Col leaerav their flrmt nlrewet th aeaann at the college brtlldlng last night, and It waa one of the hum viijiiTaniti .Ter ftjrji in m i" city, mi entire charge of the affair M onder the man- Bffement Of lmf. Hhel.liln. ami ha waa at.l aa. isteil in hi do tie by the following ladle and TiiMi'inrni nevrmion i.imunmi-Mr. aionneon, Ml-alieltp-rgr, Mr Hmsllwood, k'jM Kaufman, Mr, WUiert, MIm Ida WlNcrt.Mr, rerley. Mis (arrie umlth. Mr Palmnnl. Mias ?!-. MlM wejenwrg, air, Jiiortgett, Mla Hurley, Mlaa Mc culloch, Lf. W lid, MIm Iloffa, Mr. Ily v, MlM Perkins, ilr. Sweet and Mr, Harrington. Execu tive Committee Mr. Ilowgate, MIM Mton Mr. W llllams, Mis Cooper, Mr. Kuan, Mtas Hear, Mr. V,r' "I'.nloopcr, Mr, Preeman, Mr. Cleave. M r. W att and Mr. Cooper. Anoticabie feature of the entertainrnnt waa the omission of round dances, an Innovation on the propriety of which there waa noma division of sentiment among thoae present. The aotree closed at a Reasonable hour, and Ut guesU de parted well pteaacd with the evening entertain ment, IflNtlUKMMONAU Heaalere, Itepreaentattvee, aa4 PeVgnte InTaww. mm their Ueeldcacea. .Jfjenatera and rteteeeriUtlvea will notify ne of thelrairivalandrwldenneln Waahinfftoa) i. iur ii liiii- r ImVndtpVTvl, riill Vw enion weuoenE., M T.DLarayetle lanwati, M . laiaa. Ca-Iar1s hoii rntirn Reuben E..N Y irayettesq,! bii-H-ii. a n .1 tlia, i rellnrhni-en. Frederic laml ton, toraan a, T tamilton, W HUam T St nriew. njtr. ill I at. M. W. iBe,aiai atreet. "U niitiam i4 an . wnrmifr--, Ian, Jamea, Inwa, Ita ft -tree ttorthweef. Ii w ia n, lunn, iirwi, laja ii areet uonowi owe, timothy O . Wla., Koa I atreet taortli bjrVm, niiTer P .Jod , El bttt hoia. wonaweea. eUeei, d.rlat 4k It lee. UenjHmln r , Ark- viurl a. Sherman, Jntinphjo, IJn K-lreM nortbweak Htnrkum, JiihnP.N J isnr H atiwot northwr- HimnertCbarleltfaM,.FAV VkavJkII eiS W, Tfiurmsn, Allen (I,, tHilo, PUlNtw YVk twnna tlptoii.ihomaaW.NH.MlMiiinriiwet ii .i " i, " .7 ipw wiaaaianoriawTwa, W lleon, Henry, Afv , TA aehlnirton houae. , Win lorn, nllUm.M1nn. t lAiayett , aid iiari,,Ti,i. arry.ir. W MlM.J.sMiia(Hnta n4a, Jnie-, NT . 111 F atreet lntler, nj P , ;, e-rner 1Mb and I street. Isrke. Freeman, N, Y , Won-dey V 'rweLChae iClfl.aWlatnet, IsrflHd, Jarnea A . Ohjo, lijf 1 atreet 5Sfi.lteJPttt "'r? (eJley. Wm. (i.tlfoli Jiee Cetr.Mlrhaetr lad. MetropolHae. we, 1. P. Kan-ee. Waabthron lf iy.MSTil1' .tr?"- if 1 ?W Wtr-mL 'treptH P- -1JL S"M-l " "J "li VMB.L sir.jiviiCSB. li A .Cil.UII tr iTMreet Hrrher. J w.leu.W M.iuwa. Wmuma.VUUaai.lndenrinrMand A St. S.. MLKI1TH " .rKLMTKa. fThaffee, J Jl, CWoradii Wormier. 0 iliananM . P clWle T ColarnWa. t Q street. CJsirrlt, W. If .Montana, 1114 It trtr-V, MrOorrolca. It. U, Anarma.lou 14th street. DRY GOODS. QLOAKHI Ft'llSII ciuwuii Murrajit CILKflt TELTBTMII QANII.MEnUI MKIIINOHt EVENING DnESS GOODS. TAIILK DAJIAKU, NAPKINK. DUYLEM, TOMELMr PHIIIX tIITH, W INK CMITIIH. LAItOF, STOCK OF I.ACE CUIITAINS. HEW OOOD1 RECEIVED DAILY FKOVI THE rUESENT TO Till CLOSE OT TUB BAABOX Maarnln 11.1, In .11 llae br.1 qn.lltlfv. JOHN T. MITCHELL, 1)31 I'oinip.vlvnuln nvo. AMLSEMEMS. LtCTftO. it. I KtiTiiui: DV Rev. J. J. Keane, AT inm rri.i.or.'ittt.i. To.tinrr.v r.r.l.at -I H rlivk. Hulijwl "Th. D.iwn .n4 DuIlM of IL. Hour -aluift. Il ,u, H cpU; MlmtlUn a OcaUaouu an. LmIt, I . ttau, Th, prooMj. of tb. Lwtur, ar, to ha fl.votl tti rltttttirf .u. lur.utnr ..r lio.h .imlwr th. ,u lw iT tn, Vuuti. u.uwito a ftnu.4 Buutoty bo.Kl r INCULN'lIALL. Tin: h ilii nfNR.iTM roit TUE UOtKSK Of Prolcssor Tyndall's LFCTI'IIES DM LIGHT WILL 10SITIM.IY CLOSr OX ITEIDAT, 10 vLilUliU S9. Course Tickets, BIX LCCTUItES, with Reserved Beats, $k 1 ti sale ef aeata for any ot the aei-arate Lecture Will open H 11 UltlUY UOHNINU. iiovember au, Adnilaelon 1 No eilra clianr for raeerved aeata. To be bad at Italian I j iiae. aorta COt'HTV Toil THK pTiRraNTION OK Q HHIIKLTY TU ANIMALM.-HIUUO AWAKU OP tH)Ll MEbALH.lbe HP. C A, anuoaaoe the followtn- i-mMTamma of eaerciaea ou tL ooca sloaof til awariliiutof the MtkVUOlDMFnALfl . tr lha beet Faeays. at LINCOLN UALL. od HAT ltDAY KtLNfNO, the Ah tuatautTlIU Karel -iTaj' '!l! ruiuBtiirr uarkab) the treaiiitf t4crl iiKjl (lay Irsuas; lleaJUia of an At icbvlra ueport; Ad frees by OeO. O. 'iUUonbvMr. II.ClayPreuM, AdJ Ue4teUua by Mr. wcrsci oi air A "'(TO! tl cloi. aud award of a The Marine fai eeeutiMie 11 f urn (all tb mnaio. Kiereiaea eoauneiiea pre- claely at f JU o clock. Adialaalon free. novff- NKW NAlIONALIIliCATHB. Mr J UUVILU.....LaaeeaiidMeaa-tr. MONDAY, NOVEMUEIl St, 1171 A LHO. A aUAND EXTIlA MlTtSEE. Tn I' USD AY, TUANSQIYINC1 ArXKBNOON. Tim riPTU AVENt'P THE A THE COMDINA- a I ON. IuoludlnaT MU. OLOKOE O, UONIYACX, Ultia GEO HO IK LANQLET, Mmvffiw DiYoncr, M .DIYOttCP, .11 llllt Ij, ISraotly MounUd aud Trlucl. llEULUDER THE OltAND UALA MAlINEt, TlU.XISaiVISCl AITEIUIOUX. Aa4 BITCSniY. at I h U. Ia r.rr.tlon. wAttTICLE 17 " no.m WAHIIINIITOI Til BATHE COMIQl'E, (U.v.othMnt,wuthlvnn.lTu.U.reun. 1I011E KEW K0-ELTir. EICITIKO ATTIUli Pint ai'pearanoa of the Taienled Character aud Proteeii YneahetB. JAMES OOLLINM ANI tlUtntV WREN , JAMLH COLLIN8 AND M 411111 XTILKV Ths beauUful iremlr denaeiua aaaiiluta aud irreateet uma iiEMVp"tifflJB.'to'"r '"""' ..IUiLKI.i;VlTII, , ., . MlMH libtLNrJ BMITU, mi muirvmm auu wiiiarm Orettpetblllevrr offered. alBft lvahlriav uay afternoon aud avenliiH. Norrmber tl, 171, bene fit i Mlie tkaidurtor and ltriver of the W. and it ll. It. K IjMliea'nUtiu, aver Trtly and Prlday l aroilr iiiUueB, Wedneedaan I Mauirday. notsitf JLtOIM.Ii .lfcDONAI.I), I.I. 1. WILL LKCTCRI ON HI C LIPE AND QL.NlUB OV nOUUtT UPnNH ATTN a CONQItkXlATIONAL CUURC1I, MONDAY, December 1 at t o'clock, r m. , ftluala Tlfkela, au ohiU; Reaurved Beat, H oeuU- for ale ai lit Hant) nw'a, HeveLln streut liuieeoaiAdttt pONOHtOATIONALCHUUcil. NOVEMnril .W. TlfANKHfllVINO I VEMNO, Abb TUtHDAY. iltOtSMltEH B, Its,, Two i SflAK --1 ..l.-ZZn.l. TT.a .i.mih. .vr. iiiv airi a. fit, amiiiin auu uiiairi. uili ura aui iKAitrMii iu, irN HENllV, WtUrSll'U, U.AV, IlAJUJoLlll, 1'AllllCK ami filimra. Pit t)P. IIAKI.I H 11ITNP.V. the ontj livliu lmtutor nf America s revered atee men lu mul trlugiirut iuirsonslor nf ftiake I t-rian aaanmrllonst tlieoorrevt arirutbful rm iter of .Ui sal lime i. i Ue popular iellneatnr of Ubil oal literature, tb huniurone liaaea of Western iralory, Juat murped fruta a iAerepul tour HiroiifiiKiiaiBiid llead ludoraemeuta of tbe Loa don TanudLtjilira lkkeua ('( I fntmt Vtmrl i (rl , 1 ll IM ldinlaeiueidiMy htir ai Ibe.iib llt.it 4 Mullaatbeconile linked, to asytlio Until, I have reuelved from bis adlou more bulukt Imiireh a.utan u, auu tm rni aim uuuia in uuiuiu uaturi IMweease aeveral .! .ivsr an i iHiiiiiuua, ihlUlU I lllll.l l.H vuu, uia laiiiruave niiniu ana r te persoaded to erabrst.e tb t leamldiuaki tb tinea 1 ai CijBvt aarrhk and Kimble. bUtrloni Ti4tea.iii, Hr ice tlie fvauf parrhk and Kimble, totutom j aa. ay Biornlnir, atPbll k Hi4omnns ltearvrd svata, ni-ettK, rreerved eeU ft but ft UlafclJ, $IS3iad ulswon tickiu, M taata. uulelPi dcNeely, Thofm-oa W , II . W.llard'i " trey, rrsiiB.iA, nu rairet. IJIWa-B. W m. k Ind . TS1 la b rireet. trr, Jach-nu, Inwa. all 44 etreet aimer, I ratik W Iowa. Ill 4 atreet. 'atLlr.ismeeA.i BuSFBtreeL ulaua. I,tike P . Vt . No. 4 North A ri1c2.."i',:r :"t".? v,".!". totuprt", W BU81k.bUMUEliritU. ... . HtntlHSUMMERTIEUi ThceetetrateitarinDkata, lvwiirren aud Acrobats. 11JK. IXmcaLLK liKUfllkJlH, triLLIEUAlrtI),the bori4wa rnaii, tb wonder- lulfc-ptertionlaiaa I Mau klookey, , NwanrbrauUfulUilrtdicrtjWaiiiLarraDd .. i n uarniqK run 'itiii lunai a nil naiiTiiao Powifrid pany in om. urama, jaroe, mirifwqoe ami lento nume. Plr-i time t f lb beanttful looal erfe-4-ornlo iierronnaneea. Artarnia q and 'wbIiiv Wifciae. -- luaii irom ina armimenia or the iinuneonnera or tue . JU demotion of tlieMete. llispioieua for shaies, prla Va r, u" 1' . " nf senilis U d idsdly In. rrii' irloulf Hawoidd vion tbe slaare sieud wlibuuia C