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TIIE DAILY NATIONAL REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1872.
LOCAL AFFAIRS. NOTICKA OP NEW ADYRttTISKMnNTS. Nicht fornU&td rooms to let. A otNTitt whit boy u wanted. Two wo are wanted to to North. A ot for rent, and farnltort for sale. rotrr km ar wanted to work on a railroad. A run brick dwelllm on E street, between Ktntb and Tenth, for eel. A anicE noc on M street, between Fourth and Fifth, for te . A tc BOri on Twelfth trett, between 0 and n, for le. A wroiT brkk non on o itreet, be tween Fourth and Fifth northwest, for !. Tatm wlU be divine Bertie la Pt, Mirk! chore h tivmorTOW evenlne. Niw I0OM it W. IL A O. It. MonHonl, tfo. 418 renmjtf anla avenue. Aktuctboaseon Fonrtecnth itreet, between 11 ind L for Mle. AtRicc hOnw on T itreet, between Second and Third, for sai. J. W. IkmttR A nno. hire received n besot I- fnl aortment of bronies. Jardinieres, Ac, Two itmt-cUm oonse for sale, located on Lefavett eon are and vlclnitr. AUMtatockotdreaa coat an) kid stove at Wall. Roblnion A Co.. Waktits a iltoitlon bj k joung man, well re rmnmendfHi. ror. W. C. UrrcnitL ) now prepared to re- reive k few Miplli In phonograph. A socuili will bo held In the parlor of the Metropolitan m. k. chnrch tnu evening. ArWlwsmeM propertjior aaieoa renniji vanla avenue, tietween Twelfth and Thirteenth atreeti. Wk. UtTAtxACo, nnctlnneera, will aell, on Friday, December 13, at 10 otlock, a, tjl, an at tractlTt Una of furniture. Lattvir A CLkAiT, auctioneer, will aelt, on Saturday, December 14, at 10 o'clock, a. m., a toperlor lot of hooiehold fornltore. CIT' IXli-MS. Tin iut n.irt to the rltr to aelect Christmas present of allTer and plated ware la Alexin ftnrt, ltttPennsTlvaala avenue. All fowl war ranted a represented. nruenrn. Holiday rmrakxTk, and appropriate for all seasons, at Mucunii, Xo.4: Seventh street, between Hand JLanv hmclrif choice Paintings, Chromof. Eniravln. Photom OaTapns, nctnra rntm-H. an airiea tnn aptu, Plctnr Frame, all atrlea aiieajo wainot, gilt, velvet. Ac; net ore Cord and Tassels, Hlngs, NalU,aold-plated, Tinned and nvrv leaire rccmre turn, wun iuii nun vi nperhangtngaand Wlmtow Shades. Fntal Fntk'I Fnw!!l The lariret and cheapest assortment of ladles and children Fancy Fun for the holiday, at reduced prices, at DnntiCB"R, far manafacturer, "t4 Seventh street northwest, ventre of the aquare ign of the "Big Bear." Tni new Colonnade Ilotet, rhlladelpaIe,Ta., li In the vicinity of aeveral Preabvterlan churches. Tni itsr tails noian the market afford! la furnished at the Marston llonne, on Fifteenth utreet and New York avenne. Also aeveral hand ftnmely furnished front and back rooms. Tin Latest SnrUTtot. t t Scotch Bottom Halters, tl M Stitched Boota. i no Oood Calf Hoot. rt M Cwitoni Made. f j m Ladies' Button Gaiters. 14 French Kid Button. 91 60 Children'! notion. White Oaltera and suppers. Kiibt r Boots and Shoes, nil alaes, at llatLBamVi, oi Nevcmh street. ffovDiirn. 1. George Combs, w Pennajlvaala avenne, be tweeuMuth and Tenth streets, la selling the norn rrrnrn ram lira mt in low pne ui aw reoia prr pouni. a van win iiun; mi am ur 4 nriiiug me aamr guwui wnitn aiv nauau auiti tor 70 cents. I. O. Cox an. oa Pennsylvania avenue. Ladiei aw niYruMiM. If von wish vonri SatipM'A!?.!;Wai!S".Kl'B scud them to A. Funis, 419 Ninth street, oppo site Patent Office, The Professor will give yon satisfaction without fall. Kid gtovea cleaned nur ana cnesp. Foe Moot Diunor IlOK-MADI SiCSiOk (lo to FkikkTw STAk Mmcir. Northeast corner tl and Thirteenth atreeti north west. T1IC MmiT.lir.NNINtl "UOMKttTW sewing Marhlne Is the t of all. The perfeo tlou of stitch on all kinds of goods, great rang 4f work. ea of operation, nolseleas, (or more nearly so than any other shuttle machine.) self B'tjuitlng tensions, simplicity and durability ef allperta is not equaled in any other machine. M. P. Adams k co. Agents. m iintvniTitvnwtM TomsTOM' Ivory Pearl Tooth Powder la the IWIV UCUIlUIVV 111 TIN. Ik tTT mi irctu cicau and white, and the gums sound and healthy. Price S3 and ao cents. JorvkN'a Inodorous Kid Glove Cleaner is far superior to anyuung Known, rnce u cents. TiiOMraoNl Pomade Uptime Is exanlalte, ,Vrt-iiV'Pi finHm.i. .nnt-ti t. softens beautifies, and strengthens the hair. rftI fantlfleaTnd atreVatheu the hair rnce- ta anil ou crnia. All for sale by Druggtsts. . . gree of taste tnan lirayw, wo ncoti squsre. in Wht EMDrM What n CntAkUt J-What Srderthat the reader of th Beitbucam may cant be cured must be endured," says the pro- , an Idea of the neatness and onlerthat per erb: hut Indigestion eant cured, and there- Ta.lesthe rstabllabment wewin,forlhe1rbenent, fore It is the merest stupidity lo endure It. Dys- ' E hief outline of the general arrangement. !ptirahsrecenainlrarightcoUnuedyBpep.Tnfl non u beautifully situated, facing as It tics to the eud of their dsys if they choose.but as i does one of the prettiest parks In the city, besr It U not suppoaed that any rational being prefer , u,v the Dame of the gallant old hero of Vera Cfi y ileal torment to ease and health, the probe- i t'rua, Oen. Scott, ility la that If ail sufferenfrotn indigestion were Vvnn entering the large hall, and stepping convinced that an absolute. J In fallible remedy for ito the commodious dining-room, tabU dkott, their complaint exmte.1, tbev would with one , moni Wagnlflcant sight greets the eye the accord, resort to It. We moat emphatically de- carpet lelng the latest and most Improved pat larelhatamharemelydoesexut,aodthat Its tern, the colors blending softly with the chaste name Is Hoatetter1 Ntomach Hitters. The record I and artistic frescoing which adonis the walla, of iu success extend over a period of mora than Tne winj0w curtains are manela of loveliness, twenty years, and It Is fearleaaly alleged that p ,,! aWak weU for the taate of aelectlon. The luring the whole of that time It has never faUwI chandeliers are unique, being of the latent style, lo anord permanent relief In any disorder or Ue- the pendant cryiu) reflecting the dstxllng light railiremeDt Of the Stomach that Was not OmtlC nl mHjlul nlnra IhrnmrKont th an tin nwitn malignant, and incurable. The testimonials that ., to eatatillsh this lmmrUnt fact can lwcountel iinuiuuMuiu H.m,ni , IU(.1.1uh , ,,mi It-en aggravale! by a total dlsretrard of all die- tarv rules, and inteiuifled and rendered chronic liy medicinal treatment or drastic purgation, ny mauicinai irraimcu. or uraauo JugaulH have In hundreds of Instanres been cured within taree months by the systematic use of thla rele- li rated stomarhlc ami alterauve. It should t -iutu.'i.', . .. ... .H...,V organs involvea many other aliment, billon. iieas, headache, nenous debility, spasms, P1!!- tstlon of the heart, rush of blood to the head, nanaea, vertigo, and aleeplessneas are among lu , .nnv.nillinli an. I vnniillB an, I tnr all Ih.u Ih i 'nncomltanta and reaiiiu: and for all theae the ' great vegetable tonic is a specific iterts drat iipnu the atomach, and through the stomach upon . wrf -j m the upper C01m.ll. one ot the moat ad the secretory and nervous systems and the low-1 vanced members of that lo.y in favor of lantl- els. Its general effcn Win always genial and t I ......., UU'IV I lieneDcent. MVfkV Aaalgaee Male af Haaia and Kbae af ('. K. Caaamlaa, IMS He walk Htrert. This large and extensive assortment of hoots and shoes most be aald bv the tat of January to satisfy creditors. The assortment la ao com plete it Is useless to describe It, comprising everything in the wy of men's and boys' imots and shoes, from the finest grades to the heaviest. Ijtdiea, misses' and children's shoes of all styles uivl qualities. Including a magnlOcent assort ment of the r ele brat ed Burt, We desire to note jrtlculariy the splendid line of white and fancy goods tor ladles and misses, including white kid and satin button (rout and side lace boot and slippers, and pink blue and gilt button boots and slippers. Also, a large assortment of ladle' .rwpnr if" aui aii. tioe I very large and complete In every partio. iilsr, comprising all kinds and colors. This en tire stock is the heat-select ed assortment of shoes ever offered totherltrzens of Washington, and must lie sold at or below cost by the 1st day of January, 13, to satisfy creditors. jt hamcil cxah, Assignee. hpeHal hale f Fine I.4h1 far Ike Hall. !ava. 1 Messrs. UUmerACIeary.auctloneers, will hold ...... ... ' ... .." ... .. It il in aria, iMiiiniiiaii (imiiii,ic, uiiv ini,i'ini ware, beautiful omameuU. and an Immense lot of toys, together with a general assortment of liuuscnuiu anu aikriien iiiniiiurf. nirav rmui are sold to cover advances, and will be eold with nut regard to cost. The Waekloatoa City HavUcs Dank, corner of Seventh street and Louisiana avenue, Naileaal Navlaae Beak, orner of New York avenue and Fifteenth street, pays iter cent, per annum on deposits for each slender month. Bauking hours, to; ttatar. dsys, to 4 and etoK, I OTIKCOaTl overcoat a ( To Kit the smallest boy tirriviiais nvercoau overcoats Overcoat overroau Overcoats iu IHO iaKcah-aiacii ' man. ' Bova' overcoats .Ifl to f 90 Men's t en-oats ft to fOS A. NAkrf A Co., 31ft Seventh street. VKRY llANIWOUR (UVE-llROWN 'OTIRCOATa, I'ngllsli Driving Costs, new and comfortable; Drown Yelret-trlmmed Coachmen's Costs, two hundred pairs of our Famous f 10 French Doe akin rants, Scotch Overcoala, very dressy. All of the above were a.ldod to our stock In the ready-made departmeut. Our tailoring depart ment on second floor. Foreign goods only at t loae prices. A. Saks A Co Sli Seventh street. r.KNTLatfiiniCLnTiiiNU. New styles constantly ad led, Urtirr departmenl n et-nnd floor. One price to all. okomir c. IIxnnino, No, 410 Seventh street northwest. BTSOTtCikUkwuiKJ It will tie aeen that Mr. Mitchell I now prepared te receive pupils in aborUisnd. Oar New lierayMan.M The second lecture of the "Grand Star Course1 la to bo delivered Tuesday evening, the nth In stent, by the famous humorist, K. J. De Cordova, Mr, D Cordova ha a very pleasing and laugh able way ot telling wholesome truths. Hi style is i-rtrtntf. peculiar and eloquent. He depend en tirvtvM hi own resource for Ideas, and pos aease wonderful aMIItyat turning to laughable aoiiooat aurroundlwr rlrtumsuncea. Nothing U mora healthful than hearty ungh, and au wh, '.""" 7-. !.. ohm fun should attend thla iJrinT Uearvf seal now for sale at Farkrrs, l !vfV4VrBtiiMri. SCIENCE. THE PHILOSOPHIC SOCIETY. lls Iteerpllea f Prefe Trwdnll-Fre- feeser Henry's Fnper Prefrwwr New eemVs Cent mm nlcn 1 1 en Mr W D. Tv lere lemetr. Laat evening about ilxty member ef the Philosophical Society of Washington were pres ent at the amy medical mnseum for the purpose of receiving Professor Tyndall. After k general Introduction and much pleasant conversation, the society was formally called to order and paper were read, tne nrst oy rroi. Uenry, the president of the society, on ainorval raktfOMiMA or Bortro. Fro. Henry's communication had special ret-' erenee to observation and experlmenti made for the pnrposei of the Ilght-honse system, (he U of the Ilght-honse board,) and had for their aim the perfection of a system of fog signals to warn the mariner In midst of fogs. Ills observations had been mostly made on the coast of Maine, wbre tne fog are ao freqnent and so dense. Professor Tyndall followed with a commentary, coinciding with Professor Henry, and giving ad dltlenal details relating to the same subject. ITofessor Newoomb, with the permission of the president of the commission on observations for the forthcoming TANttT or Tntm, made k roromnntcation on the plans that had been perfected tor anch observation, and re marked with pleasure on the unexpected una nimity of the astronomers of the country in their views a to the operation desirable for t- Mr. William B. Tayler, on of the clearest aid profound! thinkers among tu, reed anelsl'O rate memoir on MOLtCrUfl Aim WATtH, and their connection with the phenomenon of light. The meeting waa a moat Interesting one, so cially and intellectually, and wlU he long and pleasantly remembered. CITY KHALI, TALK Yehsn1omennfMl,ef the Arlington, wear a bustle under his market coat (?) The Choral have closed op in front, notwlth Ing lh rumor about them. -M a Vflnding Mlmpertababte" dldnt mean any thing bad. has AIM bu stnffed club. Who la to be promoted to a general service ser grant la uv a. u. j,j nuui Clerks In the signal bnrean hare become to windy as to be always blowing. Clerk are getting generally very abstemious at prmtent; they know what they've got to stand daring the holidays. The door of the main entrance of Winder's hnllding are patterned after aUnnlngmill used In the ark. The gentlemanly clerks at the general delivery window. City Poet umce, dont like to be whistled for. Brown wants to know what church can beat tne jail reconi, i nree men gone 10 neavrn wua la a month. Bell, president of the New York Association and member of the S. F. T. P. O. C. T. A X Y Z, is one or tne nanasomesi men in m ciij. A German friend declined to aee Johnson hnng after witnessing the eaecuttoaof Wood because, as be ssys, he sees me In my sleeps." Mr. II. C. Spencer Is slowlv recovering from a severe Indlspoaltlon, under which she Iut been I boring for the pest ten days. Milnpnianil haa bn rMlore.1 to his rank as an officer of the Htanton flaenU by CoL Amos weoster. cmei ot tne (tovernor's siaa. Major James K-lwsnl Douihty, formerly dep uty register oi me niimci vi umamum, in dhw engaged In elltlng the Wabashaw county SrnH tut. Lake City, Minnesota. For whv were the following ronnndrnma pnt to the clerks in the Second Audltrs office yea- temavi rrr you rvrria ino annyi n rro jou In Snermsn's msrch to the sea ? A sergesnt In the signal corps ha become ao proficient as totiredlci when the moon Is In lu iaat quarter inai we win nare luuniuun, uhhi aoonj Kaar enmntalna that his name Is not spelled right, and he savs be think mall Talk" Intended It for "go" to Savage' for weather ..--.. n .!. ..i.m.i i .....u... A teentn ana tiiieeniu sireeia, mewiaj dirdi, uut waa frightened oil before securing any plunder. The following was the range of the thermome ter yesterday at Hem pier optician store. No. 433 Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Four-and-a-half street; 8 a. m M; 10 a. nu, S3; II m., M; I p. m., ST; 4 p. rtu 83; p. m-, at; s p. m X. The lady counters J n the Treasury ere o ar raneedaa to face thtozres who have chanre of the room. They look to one passing In the halts were allowed to alt beside them. An elongated Treasury clerk took aladrhome on T street, near Fourteenth, very late one eold night last week. The old gentleman remarked to his daughter that she better bring her beau In for the night, unless she thought ufiau would hold togctner till be got home. On Tuesdsy laat the remains of Barney Wood, which had been placed In the vault at ML, Olivet cemetery, were Interred in the northwestern por tion of the grounds, icoona waa prvacat, aaaart ' tne two c htlibrcn. nis wiuow. Bicp-4iaugaicr, uroinrr-ia-iaw aou FINE 1.MPKOVE3U2NT. dray's Ileaae, TM cuiicns oi tne "4 ""' amouf ' ? t.nlD.f r"?n" P?.P.? " ? paiatuieuinces tor me rrcepuonoi peraooaviM ting the capital of the nation, and none are more brilliant, and fitted up with a greater do- awiog along on the same floor the visitor Is iRbered Into a coxy unite of room, the same tate and coin ran being etincen ne ' Itfincr ilnrail hr where. iv.n.iimi an tnr w antapa.1 th beautiful rave pt Ion parlor for the guests, whit h I t m aeneral keeping with the excellent and I rft-,- ,XPnrtensnces with whlrh the house is thoroughly furniaheil. In uhllUon to the ele. beautiful rave pt Ion parlor for the guests, whkih nnve iirarnotMi, me silverware, giawwirr, ami ut(lp )lMn- tre 0j toe moat superior rhsracter. Mr. Gravis one of our moat enterpflalngcitl. na, and the citizens of Washington are In. ,Pbii to him. In a great measure, for many of .l - . . ... ... ... . t ...- ,k. in,-A.u....ni,.f . m...i.i ti'ir.(iih i"VhVritvr to irtX. rt frinirthf i-ttv. It will te worth a visit to Mr. .t ". .Vt.. ..... .t. "".... . . . ." ttrays eiiamianment to sea tne manner in wnicn everything is conducted. In onler to afford thone an opportunity of so doing, the establishment will lie thrown open to-day for Inspection. As Washlotftonlaos, we take pride In saving that nearly 1 not all the work and goods furnished eaiue through our own Ormethe carpets being Zv?l.TLTrTl "LilflftTna- ,m ?k2 h''1.'?"!1 w'ES.f-L'Kiii fi.7Ti- llniisot A. K. Hhephenl and Messrs. Gait A I o, ,.. ... A ......... . L -n. .rk7niTnV ?' i int.M "lmeBKr pleases, ami metals paint thera-Wldelv-known superioress ot St. Ann's Infant a.iVeBunnn a screen In dazzilnff huea aa the A.vlum, In thla clly. d(r,l In. that Institution, D.,nter &hesUclm.- " th after a llnirerlnv lllneta of live weeks, from typhoid pnuemoula, on Tuesday night, at 11:30 o'i lock, in tha tad year ot her age. This good Nlsterof Charltv, In her active, ener getic, and exemplary life, acquired a celebrity In works of merrv which made her name a house hold word among the poor and destitute. Every throb of her noble and generous heart beat re- sponslre to the cry of suffering humanity: ami la her broad charity she comprehended ail de- nominations, all claaaea, all conditions. Her sweet, angello face waa en unmistakable Index of her loving and svmpathlxlng heart, and in her aoft, gentle voice the spirit ol an angel seemed 1 to whisper. Ten year since Ulster Arsenla was assigned to the charae of ML Ann's Infant a lam. At that tlmeadebtof upwanls of $M'"0 embarraweil ih.1 avia(1ni Inatltntlnn U'lrh tha nntlrlnir that excellent Institution. With the nntlrtna energy and dauntless courage of a true Christian heroine she went to work gathering nnderher protecting care fifty-odd helpless little orphans, and In the course of her administration not only swept oh this heavy Indebtedness but enlarged and beautlOed the building and grounds nntil the asylum beram what It now Is, one of the most complete and well-appointed Institutions of the kind In the country. Hhe died, a abe had lived, In the odor of sanctity, and her loss will be de plored not only by the little orphans whose tear she bad wiped away, but also by this entire com munity, without distinction of sect, to whom her shining virtues were so well known, and by whom tbev were ao much advised. The funeral will take place from the asylum to-morrow (Frldav) morning, at t o'clock, and the requiem mass will be celebrated at St. Htephen' rhurvhat v.auoVlnck. tiaeelaler Yacht (lab. last erentna1 about twentv gentlemen met at Miller's saloon, on Seventh street, and organlaed inemsrives imo a noai nun, un'iiui naina ui IhaEiielsior Yacht f 'inn of thla cltv.bv tlia alec tlnnof thefollowlngotncera: President, J, W, Fin. ley; vice president, i. .11. itaxer, treasurer, u M.Tatler? secretary. L. L.Nk-holon. They have purchased the yacht Maria, a loat well known on the I'otomw, and one which ha taken a conspicuous part in the regatta for the past two years. The organisation promiaea to be a live one, and from the interest they now display hotting bid fair to lie a more attractive pleasure In thb section than It has been lo the P , Uraih ef lbe,aal Mnrvlver af Harper's Ferry. OilKime p Anderson died In this city yester day morning, li was the last active j-artiri-im (, with (apt. John Brown, at Harper' Ferry, In Of toiier, lM. Mr. Anderson was a man of ex client iharacter, and waa tu vry way worthy of association in whatever of hlstgriij rciiown that attaoliea Itself to that event, Waablnalen Hrknelaea Terel. The committee of thirty-one of the Washing, ton Srhnetien Vereln met last night at their ail for tne purpose 01 electing a superintendent &r helr park for three year from the 1st of January. Mr, Jacob Horner was unanimously elected to CM that iwsjllon, the election nf last week having been declared Illegal. 1 Ilaaaway, Testerdar afternoon about it-4o o'clock, horn attached ui a wagon raa away from the comer of Peunsrlvaola avenue and Fourteenth street, and bad not proceeded far whan he overturned th wagon aud threw the driver, Mr. S. Hilt, out upon the pavement. The wagon was broken to pieces, '' urn P"( injured. ROBERT BURNS. 8COTLAND'8CREAT POET. III. life and denies 111 Urine and Fault If tare by lleerge MaedeaaM. The large and very Intelligent andlence gsth ered In the First Congregational church laat night tested the utmost rapacity of the edlflce. Oen. Sherman and the Rev, Mr. nankin, pastor of the church, occupied the pulpit with the lec turer, and after the ainging oi "nod nave ue Queen" and The Star spangled Banner," by a foil choir, Oen. Sherman introduced the lecturer and hi subject by a few reminiscences of a visit lA fbvrtlanil anl tha home of Br. Macdonald In tvongarryiof the beautiful loch near Ivonness, and the castle of the ancient Meodnnalila. He spoke of the extended honors which centre n the name of Macdonald of Napoleon's great general of the name, and ot Flora Macdonald, rtinul,ntinninhr rlffhtfnt klntr la historic and whose decendants lire now In North Caro lina. lneoncluslon,referrlngtothlecturerand to Kobert Burns, the (teneral repeated a poem of tne great poet, Beginning "For gold the sailor Hotvhs the main." In Oen. Macdonald, as he rose and advanced to the desk, his many reader saw a scholarly ami itiniivhtful-lnoklnff man. of medium helarlit ami alie, with a face and head snggestlre of the mutual power anil deep feeling which hare characterized his works and rendered them so attractive to the constant readers of the present In a voice of considerable power In modula tion, although not loud, he commenced by saying that he everywhere found people eager to hear fclm talk about Kobert Barns, Burns was a man who did hi work on earth, and no one can do more than the work appointed for him. At the time Burns appeared, some one was wanted. Some one Is always wanted to put things right, Suerlly appearing from an unexpected qnsrter. fe cannot tell where our next deliverer may come from. When literature becomea doty, re spectable, and goes In the smooth grooves of fashion, and copies and copies again, something must he done; and to rive life to that dying literature a man must be (ound not edacated under It Influence. He was nrst made with a heart to grow great. The sli of the heart makes a poet the brain not at alL Th poet partake more ot hitmen essentials than others. The power of n poet come not from any alngl gift. Th commonest ir,a iuihmuiI hv all ar loan J la the noet Ifl wore harmonized nua&tttles. He Is the big brother of au humanity. Became he has more hnmanltf than other n eipresaea all human ity's reeling. IV mUB I puri wuuiu juii in him oat meal for meat, dreaa him In corduroy, harden bis hands with labor and bum hi akin with the hot nn ot harvestt Yon will flnd all noet who know their fellow have gone through hard llmea. It Is no easy thing to be a poet, nod does not spoil 111 children. In Burn's cot tage ws a high-hearted but poor man, who would shrink from and scorn a mean thing. In spiration come to a man with a heart like Burns. To him every creature in the folds, every blast In the trees, every uplifting of sunrise, every nut ateiitn over him Id labor, all olared upon his heart. 'He was open, expoaed tike a living nerve of the universe, to feel all Its changes. Was he to be pitied with his thirty or forty dol lar a yeart Not nature gives to all who will receive. For such a man no pity, but the hluhest envr. With humor to ike depths of laughter, with pathos to the depths of tears, this man be came conscious of a force moving within him urging to utterance, lie perceived, and made otherssee,that poetry lies all about n. He would not slug about the great mountains, but about the little stream rnnnlngpat his door, the girl washing therein, and the daisies that grew on Its nan in. Vnn ma talk nf th a-nlden aee in the besln- nlng of literature, ot the millennium to be, of the isles of the West, and other places where the poetic heart would be, but If yon have not found ih poetry of the life where you are, yon will Ond It nowhere. Io strennonsly the work ot to-day. Bums, thinking what he would do If reduced to beggary, wrote the poem commencing "To tie In hama Tia what a man la. and not what he knows, thst determines his rank, he taught n In the poem that "Amen a man for a1 that," Have weoutgroan the need or tneseiesaonir it Bums help us to learn this, he help to a great end. He taught well the love of native country, and that love of country enables a man to love all who love their countries. A tight national song produces a unity which nothing else can do. Next to a great war Is a great nstlonal song to Join people together. One of Burns songs of conaneat refers to the battle of Bannockbnrn. In which onrKntilsh brothers are well satisnea we got ine nest oi u. Aimougn a HcnL-Kmin tha worda of Scott's. Vha. hae." Ac, are suppoaed to be such a he would hare addressed to hlacountrymin on that occasion. Here the lecturer repeated the poem, after re- marainginat inera ia a "wrr ia me wimia ui true annir altogether dlatlnct from the music. Ills "Tarn OWianter" la full of pathos and the knowledge of humanity, and that abandon of BTUina ana nign nigat unr iiwh.nwni,wurii nnlr a heaven-horn nlowman could venture on. Hera th poem was repeated by Dr. Mac- aonaiu, morn io ino uniKt i wio aitnipm-r. As a specimen of Barns' later song-wrltlnghe repeat ri i ino nanrnrrma on ui "Oti! whistle and III come to yon, my lad,' and the nathetlo son of "Nannie's Awa'." The man born (be proceeded) who does his work half a well a he might Is to be praised. We cannot think, loving Burn a we do, that he might not have dnna his work better not that anv one rlne could better it. The lecturer would not admit any accusation against him on the frronndsof religion, though admitting that cer aln phrases were too rough and daring. He never wrote against religion only pretended religion. The clergy ot bis time were not those to take a wanderer by the hand. When he wrote -iioiv vt line's rrayer-ne waa tun oi juat inuig narlon anlmt hvoocrlsr. There never was a first-rate poet who was not drawn toward religion never one, not even Byron who had not a great sense of something wanting inai oniy uon muin give. have now, the restraint wblch comes from the censure of the respectsble. Ills books were well kept in his uncongenial occanatlon, and though often forced to borrow, he left no debts behind. Thla was not like a drunkard. Would rhartrei ran Id aton here. Goal never nut a great gift In a man's hand without giving him atrength to guanl It. When master spirit come to this earth clothed In Biniing robes, and cannot keep them white, aaa for tbeml ;n.i ir. z i ;i. -.. i... ih.iiii hiii atNiraraiid nomer-minded mn like his rs trier, Ike work he has left behind him would not com pare with the work be might have left. . -.--. .. , ... ....-.. . - . of good ami evil so strong. He did not yield up in no uiaii a niaiur; win ma bUunKuni (iwrri . of good ami evil so strong, lie aw not yield up at last, but kept on trying. One hleaaed mm. mand Is that "Judge not.- Show It tnlllmwbo judges fairly. A man will fal) exrept he aspire. n rriiw iini wwuiu im struggle In his heart, and t , age of thirty-seven, ' - -a- . Prafmaar w" ir I rairaaar ijaiaiaii. Tyndall, at IJncoin hail, win terminate with the sixth this evening. Ihey will be regarded as mraisning an original ana manincent coninrm. tlontotheknowledire of the citizen of Wash ington. They have been attended with a rumo- iauTO intrrrai, anu ina near capnuiinna ny Derimenta of hla theories have left indelible Ira, pressions on the mind of alt fortunate In attend ance. In the language of Another, "Before hi listener paniciesoi water iwi tnerasenesorny asunder with a movement regulated like a dance; Mney form themaelve into llqukl flower, with rrtdpearlaor into maettee of frotengaoie; ln ,.', Bnw,M inhollln, f.,ntalnanei.'. they bound upward In boiling fountains or creep burst Into music and sins', or rraae to sine as the inwiy oowani in supenuoua giacirra. riame "'here should lie a full attendance to-night. He next lecturea In New York, ami sails fur Eng land January la. Wedding TawJar- Tha whlillni, nt fp. Rilaranl Nunnii with Ulia Julia Moore, Uanghter of Capt. W. W. Moore, win take plaoe this morning, at II o'clock, at the residence of the bride, on K atreet, between HUth and Seventh; after which the bridal party will make an extended trip north. The bridesmaid are Mime Hamlin and Baldwin, and the groom. men Messrs. Kobert Wlllett and Mckenney. . Tfce NatUaal Theatre. This evening the last performance of "Central Park" will be given at the National theatre. Fri day evening the Ixnefit of Mr. Wallark will take place. "Itoaedale, or the Itlfle Ball," will be plavedon that occasion, a well a on Satunlay night, Mr. Wallack's last appearance. We shall see on the stage not only some vety Doe acting, hut the correct uniform of the volunteer om cer. both rifle and artillery, and of the Twelfth Lancers, which have been furnished from Wai. lack's. In New York. The Theatre CeeaJtjae. The. grand amy of versatile performer at the Theatre Comlque nightly draw large ind highly pleased audience. None who attand can fail of passing an evening most agreeably devoted to fno and relaxation from business. The Zltella troupe. gymnastiLlncludlng the Varrelle brothers, are, without doubt, the lnst and moat graceful in ine imsinras, Mn rial's Hall. This evening Maestro Barlll give his grand concert at Marlni's halt. The talent engaged for this occasion 1 of a high onler, and the music they will afford a 111 he of the nleasanteat kind. The famous yonng Alfredo Barlll will display hi wonderful power over the piano: and altogether a rich feist U in atore for rootle lovers. The Talking Marklae. Two or three exhibition bare been given In thla city of Prof. Faber's wonderful peaklng machine, and the desire has been expressed tnat It might lie exhibited In a large hall, to afford the public an opportunity to witness 11 penorrance. jn compliance with thla demand the Professor will exhibit the machine at tne national theatre, rrof. J leeph Henry speak ot the Instrument aa fotlOWSt "SmITHsowu iNAvrrCTloa, Deo. s,l7l hireexsmmed I'rof. Faber's ieaklug ui rklue. ud eoqsider it the most successful at tempt ever mad a to luti tat hamun apeech. The Inveutlou Is yet In U Infaney Uid will douhties be Iniunived. In II oresent condition li Is an admirable example of tha rosuit of patient and intelligent ianor in overcoming uimcimie wnicn would siiuearlnsnnerable. I Lhserfullr commend rrof. Taber lo the palrouage of the jiubiiu. Alar Caarae. lflss Ellth Ahell, of Boston, has Iieen engaged tor the Chrlstmaj Star Coarse concert. She will also slog hereto the iwib Instant, at the concert of the flendefasohn Quintette Club. MIm Abet) bas not sung in Hashfugum since her return from hiiro. la mnnl lo f diMUu would h, bonwt, ..i0"" ;''". J0;"?1 ' ."WH ",,.'r.;', Iml ron.ialn to, ce.hwoul.l noiMonJu.t !l,T.'"'i,,i' ,?.,'c'?.1- J "'"l ' to th, mn wlio commlu It. To CU1 Mra . S)"i'iFl,?' fi W"- , , ilranlinl wonlj h nn!lr. Tb, Tic wm not ; fre'uuV.''' ri"a' "' a " w. In uncommon In mi time. II. hl not tb,n. m w, ;' If re,',,"n " "'c"- wer. onirlrt!. GEORGETOWN AFFAIRS. Rocx cngig knd the canal art frosen over. Tni erf inn JoHif OnsoN arrived yesterday from New York with a fall cargo ot general merchandise for District merchants, Hbe will clear to-day tor New York with 40i barrels of Door, CBA ATP CATTCItl OF A TWIIF, TUedy night, about -.M o'clock, a notorious colore thief named John Thomas entered th black wilth shop of Joseph Nicholson A Son. near the Aqueduct bridge, and was discovered by Mr, Nicholson, who gave ue alarm which was heard oy Special Officer Harper, who waa near at the time. Th thief becoming aware thai he was llscovered, started to run, punned by Officer Harper, down the north tow-path and across the canal on the boats. When he reached the stairs at the Consolidation Goal Company's wharf, lead ing to Water street, he attempted to run down, ut tell, the officer at the same time Bring a load from hi pistol at the fugitive. Thomas, after the fall, remained at th foot of the stair, and upon the officer coming op to him It was found that he was Insensible, and that he had a severe cut over th right eye, produced either by the bail from Officer Harper1! pistol or by coming in contact with the steps a he fell. The officer called to his assistance special offl. rer Brantael and Sergeant Robinson, and after the arrival ot these officers a search of the man was made, when tt was discovered that Thomas hail In his possession some tiles, bras s pickets and other articles. The man waa conveyed to the third precinct station on a stretcher, where Drs. Appleby and Porter were summoned and dressed the injury, pronouncing th would not dangerous. Ine entrance to Mr, Nicholson establishment we made through the frontdoor by cutting a bolt. After a search to ascertain the extent of the theft It was found that he had placed In a bag a large qnantlty of die and other articles which he had prepared to take away with him. Previous to his discovery he visited Mr, Nicholson's chicken-house, and had succeeded In wringing th head oil of two hens and was In the act ot killing the third one when she squealed and the noise aroused Mr, Nicholson and they started away and returned to the shop afterward. During the confinement In the station he was very reticent, and did not apeak a word until some dinner was brought to him, and at the sight of bacon and cabbage he began to talk, but was careful not to say anything in relation to the theft. Ue will be forwarded to Judge Haelt UMlar for action. The caotnre nf thla nntnrtnna thief Is a great relief to our cttlxens, and the ao. tlon of Officer Harper I strongly applauded ,for lh wrtTiaiuaMuu vt accuiw uiia momu ai an hazards. . THE COUltTS. Siprrtne Ceart ef the I'altew Htatea De cember Term, 18T8. WiSHlitOTOM, Dee, It, 171 On motion of Mr. Asalatant Attorney General mil, Htephen C. Hubbell, esq., of Jamlston, N. YH was admitted to practice as an attorney and counsellor of this ooart, on motion of Hon. Lyman Trumhnll, William Cary, esq of Salt Lake City, Utah, was ad mitted to practice as an attorney and counsellor of this court, On motion of non. Matt. II. Carpenter, Wm. P. Dewey, esq., of Lancaster, Wis., was admitted to practice a ao attorney and counsellor ot this court. No. US. J. M.IIntchlns, plaintiff In error, va. P. P. Low et sL This cause was submitted on printed arguments hv Mr. fleorge W, Julian, of counsel for the plaintiff In error, and by Mr, K. U Oooid, for the defendant In error, under the toth rule. a wAsnrtnroM cas. No. Mi, The United States, appellants, vi. Samuel H. Smoot; No. 64, Hamuel S. Smoot, appellant, vs. The rnlteI States, and No. 111. The I'nlted Stales, appellants, vs. Jan, Splcer, These ceases were argued hy SI r. Assistant Attorney General Dill, of counsel for the Tnlled States, and by Hon. H. P. Butler, for the claim, ant. In No. 643 and 694, and Mr, James Hughes, for appedee, lu No. UI. No. . Hamuel B. smith appellant, vs. The I'nlted States. This cause waa argued by Mr. Jamea Hughes, of counsel for the appellants, ind submitted on printed arguments hy Mr. Asalatant Attorney General Hill, of coonael for the ap pellee. No. is. Samuel B. Smith, appellant, vs. The I'nlted States. Appeal from the Court of Claims. Mr. Chief JnstlceChase announced the decision of the court, affirming the Judgment of the said Court of Claims Id this cause. No. an. Eugene B. Allen et al., appellants, vs. The I'nlted State. Thla causa waa argued by Mr. Jamea Hughes, of counsel for the appellants, and by Mr. Assistant Attorney General 11111 for the appellees. No. . Benjamin H, Zellner, appellant, vs. The I'nlted SUtes. This cause was submitted oo pnuteil arguments hy Mr. A. O. Itlddle, of conn, sel for the appellant. No. 6a. Benjamin H. Zellner. appellant, vs. The t'nlted states. Appeal from the Court ot Claims. Mr. Chief Justice Chase announced the opinion of the court, reversing the Judgment of the aald Court of Claims, an I remanding the cause, Ac. No. . BenJ. P. Dantey, appellant, vs. Saml Donaiou. Oontlnned. No. 68. Chaa. O. Scott et aL, execntor. plain tiff i In error, vs. John Eaton and m. H. Better, ton. PaaseL No. M. The Town of Grand Chute, plaintiff In error, vs. George W. WInegar. and No. io. The Town of Grand Chute, appellant, vs. George W, WInegar. Passed. To be sub mitted on printed arguments underthe toth rule. Adjourned until to-morrow at 11 o'clock. Crisalaal Caart-Jadge ItfaeAnhar. This ooart was engaged as foitowe yestentayi Wllltam Brown and Andrew llurke. Indicted for stealing a cow belonging to Humphrey Wane, worth tit. from the commons near the am Lam. This is a case In which these parties falsely rep resented themselves as officer of th pound, master, and took a oow away from a lad. The ronrt held that the case waa one of false pre tence and not larceny, and the accuaed were acquitted. W. II. Pitcher, convicted yesterday of aaaanlt and battery, was sentenced to nay a fine of f lw. John Maddov, indicted tor burglary and grand bu. ",im n. .v .nv la-iiiiiukMii tin VII, I,K, .ona i iuii, an qm morei mill, imiictexi tor rape on a little colored girl named Mary Francis Martin. The little girl swore that the rape was committed in a Held north of the city. The mother and Dr. Meade, the physician, testified as to the nature of the Injuries. Th cue was not . ncuaed. AOJonrneo. f'lrealt CJaavt JaaU Chanter , Thla court waa nnn.i fntinwa ate.it n""" ' "!" . ""r""- '" ui ai.na, min iiiirimu. little va UlchmomL Vreilerlakahnra- and PaIa. IJIIII HI raaoraltrvl. inalntlfftalleil and non-aolt, Weymouth vs. Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown Railroad Company. Verdict tor the plaintiff In T.tsT.ks, snhject to the opinion of the court; cert in ed to the general term, Blake re. Wall. Judgment for plaintiff In W, Wharton vs. Falconer. Leave granted the de fendant to file additional picas. Hlliernlaa Bank va Pai(rann A Itnaa Plaintiff's demurrer overraleil. CMMnvnir. The following rases are aaslgqed fortrnlavt Nna. 141, 111, in, Ai, If, IT, VI, H 130, ft, im, 331. M, Nl, , 3M, M, Wl, 144, 4, Wl, 107 and 111. O'lJ'HM uni, H pedal TenMJadga Wylle. This ronrt wa engaged a followa yesterday) latuvs. Iloyte, The argument In this case wss concluded, the court deciding for the plain, tiff. The rase grew nut of a cotton contract. Klniey vs. Murphy, Order dismissing bill. Bond vs. Faquabar. Onler approving of trus tee's bond. Waterhofer v. Waterhnfir, Onler living 14th Inst, for trial of application for alimony, Ac. Adjourned. Tallea Caarta-Jaalae Naell. Abraham Nlmcs, larceny of a lady's skirt, was flneiifio and costs. Timothy Bresneld, larceny of two blankets worth 110, pleaded guilty, and was committed to Jail for sixty days. James G. Croggon waa lined $3 for profanity, DISTRICT NQTSS. ACTION OF TIIK HGAIIO OF FCBMC WOIIKH YKHTCIIDAY. 0 Bmirr south wmt. It, G. Campbell was directed to have the dirt lmmellately removed (rom the gutter on C street southwest, n.srgwrn stukkt socrnwisT; Intpectnr Wallace was direct I to hare the contractor for lm?rovemnt of Kleventtt atreet southeast pnsh the sam to a speedy completion, WORg DkLAlin, The contractor for putting In sewer on nhode Island avenue, between Seventh and Boundary streets, was Informed that the work mnst not be done a 1 at present. IWgaKRNSTHIICT. The chief engineer wa instructed to have a twelve-Inch pipe sewer laid on the north aid of N street, between Vermont avenue and Four teenth street northwest, at once, HEW eWK-, OOWNBCnQM. A sewer connection with that on the north aid of N atreet, between Ninth and Tenth atreeu, Is being Isld In the alley running parallel with N street, WASnrNQTOM AUJtV. Mrs, A. P. Water waa Inform! that th drain put nnder the tilling In Wuhston alley, at lu i unction with Bridge atreet, Georgetown, wa a rmporary one, and nut in to protect tb prop erty In the alley nntil the proper drain la made to It, COMTmCT AMIHDXP, The chief engineer ha been directed to amend the contract with Jamea 0, Naylor, ao a to In clude the furnishing ud placing of th necessary stilt of loxit or lix it yellow or heart white pine, well coated with tar, under the Northeastern market house. Till kVANi COtfCRtTI FATINd COHFAWT. The Kvan Concrete Paving Cjmpany were in forme-1 that great complaint ha arisen at the delay In paving the carriageway of Twenty-am street and the foot walks of Twentieth street, from Pennsylvania avenue to I street; also on same atreet, from K to F street, and on Tw-'utr-flrat atreet, from K to F, and they were request ed to aute the cause of the delay. ST ATI VI NTS OALLIO rOB. The contractor for the conatrujtlon ot the Ninth street and Seventeenth street aewer; the I'o.ttractor for hauling and setting the curb around the ellipse In the centre of Farragut square) the contractor for paving the foot walks on Twentieth street, from I'eiiuajlvinls, aveime to U street, and the fogtwaik oq Twetiy-qrat street, from I to K t the contractor for construc tion of th briok sewer from the msffhole at In tersection of MasaaohusetU avanue and Sixteenth atreet, along X to tha in war In SeTfitiuth street i the contractor oq Twentieth atreet, from r mi tiounuery street ; tue contractor tor won on Twentieth street, betwsenK and M atreU the contractor for th Nineteenth-street work, be tween P atreet clrel and Boundary atreeti and tb contractor for ImprovemenU on -eighteenth street, from K itreet to Connecticut avenue, were severally required to aute In full th r Boqi or Qcujiug ineir w ora. IIOTELB. Arrival Teeierdaj aaarri bodbsl ton Thma Settle, N O Daniel Y Mtman. de Ion M Erwln, de Robart Lnwvy. do Ion TH Kenan, do A O jLlaaa at wife, di rain iwaiuwira, l)f.l lamUton Pet kfna, do jenrj Hnhn. Marrlaad OTv ,t,ew Tot breofct iDrTtMsdo swlerido llvsna.d'i 1 1 J& h. da Kd p Itmea, do 41 J it tulimn. II tl Watmnr. drt il. Hon p Atwood. U laronsla i W Morria, Salt Uka 11 r ArondTdo John Townaetid. Jr. Dal HP Oall wtf a, Mies naml ft ntiunrold, Phlla Andrew Clar Oeon W D Reaoer, do J P K nailer, do k w'n.ii n a. W O Hay, New Jersey E A Cannon, do R Itnhlnann. lift Jaa Haddlnaton, Y Mramddlnrton.d Kami Todd. Indian K ATncher.Connertltit (irredftB IWevnt. larla O B rbrht,OhU) John Craney, HI fmla J G Frenrh, do Datld limwnlnv, do Miu MuariA, an in luicnta, erraoni niiiiara aiurriaon, inwa MiaaiUMnie,i a lUtonle, no WtLLlSD'S BOVSL. Ion S r Phillips. N O O Jewett. TT S Savy uitr'T, fiw !d niiiTiiui uu I II Tiler, do : R Tliihar, North Adams It Thomraon. N Jeraay ' Van llnren, dr .WMsrWer, d A f niiMe.ll, H Carolina (iHValkar, do MlMlUrbefon, do S Rod am I, Japan KByB-do M Oiirekl, do inrieo. i do M MHmith.d.i W m M CaroVbell, d MlMRrrot,d Chaa Mornn, do Y, NintUket, do 5 U Haakbia, do K F. llandlr Isdy.IUInols Mra Meeker.do II Hanadara, ITnvldenr Hiin It D Foafer, Penn It Jamea, do. T March, fl A J Jlnire, do ot J T Hartranft, do T P Tyer, Vermont MAI J 2 Jenklna. Maryland J H Ward. New York HII Mollne, InrtnU Col WW Moor, do WS Klntr. PhliadHphla W It TavlorTVlnrinla Jamml JaalfD II oa ft' (mIOtm u iiawipj-, fiK-ning DarKKenturky irdr Jobnaon,Md IlenB Hiia-er, Virginia )tTVi aterman a ly.Maaa tOKAU It Rlnmbenrer. N Orleans tilla OH Handa, 1-ennerirania WPiwthJneton,Va It M Adama. Kanaaa 1 rm T n Mitia. iuu C A lleudrteiacn. Me i,wfturtoa,NvwTork J II Llnea. di Mral.W Burton. NT It P Parry eerrt, do Dv tllnunvvr. Maryland iMrtDM Moorakfsin,M ninj ii Drown, ri ioti rot DW Smith, Penn I It lltaaauni. do tnnrrnon, i-pna II H Baldwin. K Jeraay SB Brown. Maine m i.i j i t'urk J M ijtnnaril. N jrur rohn Thomson M aaon, M i Tnn MBTioroLrriit. A nic. Philadelphia II K MeOor. Oeorata OUbertHMeem,Vlrr1nU VHiyae,lattoon.Ill A Cram, LitoMald. Ill Ham'l A lllltwrt. Ulwnri Ja It Meara, Kanaaa OK Netherlands Ky )f Hall. Baltlraor Brent, Jr. MrrlE runir. nirriiua too VbUadelihla I. W HerreU. New York H n Vmiiuf. Aa i nm ii nioin-p. a :or. Kenturkr H W Ionnell, New York HaltlAkalill JimMllnarirr iln Amrun, A JHweener. Whaelfna- W PBreraon.do K V t(.k- fill jj liulll.l. iA.i,"l.l.i.i. f F pimiuvw .aniriFi w n niiii4U, I UHBUripaia C V Mnrrlll Wf, li,,ton T P PpMa, Saw York Mlaa O H Smith, do J L pnfe, ClavetaiHt. Ohio O j1 Iwao. PltUbunr. Pa G WDemariwtYork.W aw York I, H Miller, New Tort KWlteyDoidsdo W Fdtuond. llirhl V 11 man a wue. do JPHIIfrr, Phlla.MphU tlen Jaa CraU, MUmurl H Khk, Rtauntnn, Va tera U inm, Balllmore It Mmond k wife, do llenrv Lasenby. Ohio MAnerr. New York AEHewlle. New York THR ASUlfflTOM. talatiif ar. N HMh TnrneF. Mm Ei .. "J'-- JtMeph Iool, N Y CWNawtoa.Maae MraTMarahalU fr I at irsO N Burns, do j II Uiiriea, Kanaaa JW HonUomerr. U B , I Dunham and ladr.N J faaao n Ioyd.Jf V H II Clarke anJladi, do (leolf MeQa, EnaUnd . f W MrtnUomerV. USA i"-?" aiaaa r 11 iwia, at , uivwr it, ji z non n wnAfr, h Colnrate, )r, do Mra Htenhen 1 Mr It Cnteirate, tr, V T Om D Nnrea, Preatnn. Mia naytl ar. jam aa, (luaoetair.) i B IMt, d (UK-nuey, I II O Brown, J.ljOlltiert, If J Liudaler, rnnttter, Phlla lelphU HBlttinirtnn.Iudlana A Wilnoi. do f.S Wiw'i.,nflnois JP Eaton. PennaylvauU II I, ndler.Nnrth CarollnaMam lltuaon. Mart laud M V HUmaoa. MaJaa If ( Robenaton, d tt V HUmaoa. MaJaa If ( Robenaton. d eo Atwood, Ma-a Wjl llurUnk, New Tork It Ever k wife. Zena. ON Dallrtn. An I 'liuarlta Mia W. Ikilin. Mintr, iii Mlaa (1 Kill u,, n (1Tj 4tu 4 urown, aanaaa ainawoon ttorsa. OF nieharda, Maaa p w H-blltte1l. Balttmor Hon I. p Maaon. teim j W M.ly, Viiylnis K I, Wllann fe wM-hlla ll.m T P cKnr. N If ! Mf-upinn, New York UCMnrae.Mawaehitartta iuu ouari 1'iuiaurii'aia IMPaaiAL, ROTRU linn n C Calkin. NY I. M IInthae.t. Cnnn Dr A E Valentina, N Y Wm Mtteh-)U Minnesota ml Itobvrtaoa Xopp, Taan WASHtxoTow norsn. j AlfpA.1 nim V. Ik II.. W. V..L l. B V J1 J' a"f",yzL:i7r3"Jm " E E Moorlr, do mimm auiu jiiou, n a ' hodbt. fanaoauw.t l1 ir P.n'NfJf.Yprk T A Ritchie, rlir ra uaaar. rairiai.1 a KM nra, Marj land Kie. new l ori Jatnaa UHJreUi, Udaw cieroiifdo lleaih af Dr, U'arrea Niaae, afXrw Orleaae. rrom the Haw Orteana RepubUcan, Ttu.1 In the mldat of these political exrliements, and while men's minds ar wound up by the agencies of publle commotion to th highest pitch, come th Intelligence that one of the most distinguished of our New Orleans men has passed away, and Warren Stone is no more. Bora in Vermont, he left the roof tree at an age when the ambition of hUIIfa began lo take ahaite. hi mark a a physician, hla inclining being to ward th surgical branch of the heating art. One of the earliest Incidents In his life waa when he was surgeon at a duet, taxing place Iq those daya when the code of honor was more In vogue , than it Is now, and which shows the delermiua- . tlon of the man. I one of the principals had been mortally wounded, and the seconds, carry I eg the stricken I man to a log-cabin, sat down and began carous Ing, while the surgeon went for assistance to convey hlmjrher attendance could be procured. m .. mi iiuiw m ,i,w miiqm QatuuD maue delilierately took up the dead man and conveyed him into the city from Bayon bridge. He waa a , man whose herculean frame was not, aa la many '"i mat " a uuuuni luinieci, inou. I sand Inchienu tt)t show bU gooilnaa bf heart. always hidden in a gruff demeanor and a rough ..... , .w...v,, hi in. mill u Willi and age, and made hi oomtng tdest, Anecslotea of his Invincible will aud energy, which often amounted to a dogged obatlnacv, siirtng from almost every man In this city who hasonMsed the line which divide maturity from age. Here, where all hi ministrations carried each lu comfort to some sufferer or sufferer's friend, and where all bis triumphs have occurred, we ran best appreciate his loss. For the past year of his life he had heen In falling health. For his friends ami vonno-ee nhvalclam ha hail uu m kind word, and never withheld his counsel or 1 atlnfa.1 hla a.ll.. Ilia -..,.... . .. .il bhu.vu .vi.ivb. in, iivnuuiii iian wii me aractlcat nature ot hi head. He despised pre nslon, abhorred humbug and quackery, no mat ter what shspe It took, A collection of his lectures would prove In teresttng reading a showing this above all other ot his characteristic. Dnriug forty year a prao. ticins nhyaiclan In lhisutr.lt may well ie adr mlaeil that bis name was like a household word In every family, and frienle could not rest In rase of any serious malady until Dr. Stone had heen called In consultation. Th Intelligence, of hla aorlqiia Illness, ot hla calm, and quial approach, to the gate of death, bad dar bvflav drawn naae him (hn miti, nrl of the physicians of the wty, one half of whom had gained from blm their earliest Instruction, and it was the general feeling that the last tew months wer his Anal Journey, and that the world would anon know him no more. Hi rapacity as a surgeon Is known to every man, woman, and child, and finds IU commentary In the voice of the entire people, tiuch a man, so far above the ordinary run of phylclana, tannot drop from the line who ere eternally battling with disease and circumventing death wlUim.t creating a profound feeling, and there will he sincere mourner at his funeral lnila. whloh -m i,i. platfe from thO church of the lmmaouiate Con- ceptlou, corner of Daronn and Oouunon atreet. at o'clock, T-ralie Comb A Kcalaeky Aaeedate. Gen. Leslie Combs made ft speech at the raising of a Clay pole lo Farts, Ky.,durlng the campalgq of 1144. He was ao confident on this ooiasion that he promised to cltinb, that uil pole back ward, from th aunnobion at Ui bottom to tha raccoorj cage on ton, It tne Kentucky aute. man Should be defeated ny the unknown candi date from Tennessee. It was a rash promise, and the memory of hi bearers after exhibited a very annoying tenacity. In hi lurnj exercises after thst th tntbuilaitlc and aanguin general could never Indulge in extravagant promises or roaa-colored predictions without enoouAiartng oashea of coimtry AitiMt pnt him ot? fne de fensive, He rjeyer got dgne explaining that he had failed to climb that pole according to promise only because it bed beea out down and removed before he could get there, Hecenuy It transpired that two section- of that same blue ah pole were still standing a gate-posu In Paris, and In onler to atop the clash of the country editors round about, the General consented to appear on Thanksgiving day and perform the long-dcfeokd feat of climbing. Rare enough, when the appointed day cam he arrived on the car, was welcomed to a sumptuous break, fast, and, fortified by some old Usurbonmade during the campaign of ai, h mad good hi Promise, and made besides a happy speech from lie top of tu gate-post. HU hair was a black, blseyeas bright and his step as brisk whence did this aa when h ma-1 th apeech that led to It In i4. He wa a captain lu the war of ISKL audi still ao youthful lu spirit and appearance as to be regarded with a sort of superstition hy the people of Kentucky. Aa time write no wrinkle oa hi genial faoe they begin to suspect Uiat he came over with Ponoade Leon, and was th only one of the jrty that found the louoUla of youth, 80 Lima mo Mn. Gaiii.tr. Among the last letter of Mr.Ureoley the following to Gen. Leslie Comb, of Lexington, Kentucky, are made public. They show how corrjpotely heart bukeq . .. NiwYoax.ootnira rtlsk FirgNbH: My wife atill linger with ua. but Is very feeble. She may drop off any day, I wish sue were well kid I lay where she does. Tuurs. Ilnaina Omai . in wmri !( i-jmf I uiuju, at NswVQM.WiiLim. t My sky u black. Iwa MrDiAROLDFaiiNo: may never write you again. I thank you for your let- tar of tb 4th, and pray that Ik evening of your wajaiua; ua uiiifii aui auuuj, anu mat you may be blest in your f rtind and your fauiiir. Your, iIoraoi Gaiaxrr, rt e-aaref ImU$ CsnI, Iminft, Ay, f 15 &" sdv.Vlrgtnl j W Parser, k ansa llenry IMwanK Mass FChnilnfwortb.do W A Rtmmnna, do Wlinara W Hrht,Ualtlmor r larior wue, an It Thrnnaa, ao y I J Penulann, do ICC Mlaa Mary Reaav.de Sflaa Helen flmllh, do mIm Innk nrimLiln WW -3D itao w inrieo, a i nonran. ua 0 ( Pirfirate, do Mm llKmtlinn. An nn(! Onrdnn. Tlrvlnla Dr E ft WrTlla.f arr John llrwo'. New 1 MGHobar.Ohto t&wlvwmi V Itkn.liJi.li .Ia THE C1HAHD DEPARTMENTS. ''reo lteaaJaar. Eight tiandYcd thouiand volume of Congres sional uoenmenta nave, necn printed during the present year, 1 Tha Centeaalal Celebration, New Tork propose to take charge of the Cen tennial exhibition If Philadelphia cannot man age It without Government aid. An Imvcadlaar Military Work. Geo. Sherman la understood to be bust on a volume iommarlng and applying hi observa tions on the mtliury aylte rai of Europe during ma late tour. A Taelferaaa Movement, There t talk abonl the Capitol corridor ot a w estern and Southern combination against the re-election of speaker Blaine1, but acceptable candidate are alow In coming to the front. The MCaAw ItM. A handsome carpet, of American manu factor, has been laid dowh In the magnificent public room ot the Exernurs Mansion, knd th TorfcUb abomination removed to the attic floor of the building. Army Tranapwrtnlloa, The Quartermaster Department call for an extra million ami a half dollar for transporta tion purposes next year, partly because of the numerous cbango ot station to take place among the twanty-sve infantry regiment. , Cheek aa Dlebaralaar Oncer. The Secretary of the Treasury ha recom mended to congreu th passage or a bin meung any person, who knowingly receives loada or other Improper deliveries of public money, liable to criminal prosecution. Ah Kaaaty m Flaaaee. Henry ClewiL. the distinguished New York banker and broker, La circulating a pamphlet here designed to exhibit the undeveloped capa bilities ot th national hank In restoring th country to a aonnd financial basis. Well Karate-l Bal Tartly The nouse Committee on Appropriation hv agreed to report an appropriation of f 00,000 aa prite money for Lieut. Cashing and his gallant associate who attacked and destroyed the Con federate ram Albemarle. TbnallteI1acs. Senator Sumner resolution tor removlngJhe memorial ot civ la strife from the standard ot the regular army la Identical In substance with hla resolution of l&o, which tkvn had the ap proval of General Win Held Scon and Robert Anderson. Tammany Jadae la Ksmss, The House Judiciary Committee have ordered the printing of the testimony In the case of I'M- ted HUtes District Judge Mane oeianay,oi Kan aaa, preparatory to moving for hla Impeachment for drunkenness and dlahoneity. Judge Delahay was not appointed under the civil service rules. The llankrapt I-aw In T I ratal a The construction given to the national bank ruptcy act In th United SUtes courts 01 1 in glnlalssurh a to put thousands ot the small homesteads ot the State Into the clutches of the larcra eradltnra. and Ih VlraHnla TtenresenUtlres In Congress are moving to the rescue by amend atory legislation. Iloaa Tweed' Naileaal Hank. TheBaaklng and Currency Committee of the noose hart atarted an Investigation Into the participation of the Tenth National bank, ot New York, lo the currency lock-up of the past year, with the view of terminating Its existence. It Is nuderstood that the Instlt&tlon has done little, I f any, legitlmau business since the disper sion 01 ine lauunany nna;. A Dlpleaeallo Oalalea. The member of the French legation, who Is re ported by some of th Washington correspond enu a declaring that no doubt existed that the German Government was nrenared for anv emergency that might arlso, la understood to believe that the German Government Is alwava prepared and preparing for ualitlra and contingencies. Clerical fanners. Andrew P. White, of New York, a thlnl-ctasa clerk In Auditor French office, has been dis charged from aemce. William F. Robertson and John F. Dnnpfcy have been promoted "nnder the rnlee" from first to second class in the Fifth Auditor's office. Senator Patterson has apnointe I Mr. Folonv 01 ,icw naTiipnnirr, wn, viurs, in 1110 iiiainci ui Columbia Committee of the Senate. Troublesome Naval OrHrrra. Certain officer of the navy, whose opportuni ties were unequal to their rapacities during the late war, are pestering Congress for the rank they would have gained If they had received bet ter cnancea 01 utsunouon, anu tne nouse navai Committee U considering tlia propriety of leav ing the minor naval officers of th country more excinsiveiv than of late to the proper executive iicpanmvni. The fiaalslaaa M addle. Attorney General Williams yesterday sent the following telegram to the Lieut. Governor, and, pending the Impeachment trial of Warmoth, Acting Governor pinchbeck, of Louisiana! "The requisition of the Legislature, trans mitted hv you, la received. Whenever It be comes necessary In the Judgment of the Preai- ucni mv niaia win uu iirvievicu irviu uurocsua TIUIUWC, Canflraaallane by Ike Nrnale. The Senate, in executive aesalon, yesterday conflrmetl the following nom lost ions: Ward Hunt, to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court ot the I'nlted SUtes, vice Samuel Nelson, resigned. Samuel F. Phillips, Solicitor General of the United NUtes. vice P. II. Urlstow, resigned. Wm. K. Dubotse, asaayer United States mint, 1 iiiiBtirinia. Huoervlsior of Internal Ilerenue T". W. Perrv. Win. 11. Hlmmons, Simon T, PowelL Lewis M, Foulke, Daniel W. Manq, John M. Uelrlck, John Mr Donald. Henry A. Newman, collector of Internal reve nue for Nebraska. Frederick C Lonl, assessor ot internal revenue ur jirTiuia. N. B. Judd, collector of custom at Chicago. Hobert Hcnscqel. metier aud refiner assay offloe. Uolse city, Idaho. To be Consols Ijiclns Falrchlt.L at LlvernncV S. W. Itabney, at Fayal; Iirena Brrntano, at iTiairui nicnani Drwniairy, in iw ageui and consul general at Alexandria, Egypt, vice George 11. Butler, suspended. Postmasters H. W. Briars, at Oilroy. Oal.i Mrs. I'horbe A. Collins, CoubdllsvlLlo, ha.; J, c. Albright, Maaon, Mien.: 11. II. ApTln, M nonal Mich.; B. S. Bradley, Midland, MIcL; K. V, ltoyce, Ivtoouawha, Mich.; It. c, Morton, Benton Harbor, Mich.: I- M. Jamison, Itenn, Nev.t J M. Hammer, Eureka, Nev.; Thos. Blanchard. Flora, DL: P, Boll, Greenville, HL; F. M. Wunser! Tama City, Iowa; L. L. Lucas, Am-j tow: w! O.Agnew, Oaceou, Iowa; tlTV. rfitten. Grand lUpids, Wis.; F. A. Httward, Ounro, WU.: G. B. N hltlng, (JranvlliK Ohio; J. p. HcofleltL Ialrea vlile, Ohio. Mra, Uluiicih Porter, Huaaellvllle, Ky.; O. W. ivtntorth. Golden city, t'oloriio John Potter, Coloraito Spring, Coloado; 0 B. Cognwell, North kaitoiL MaaflacbaaetUi John !A, Goodwin, North t)anibrldge, Maaaachnsetts . F. Hrowiv W-he-rv lie N. ILt iTllSS; lake ViUage. N.UrJ. F. Oartand, New Market, S K'1..0' oa.?i Newport N. n.j R. jT. W"11l.l.l,ovJr N'-W. P. Botru, Alfred, Me.; II. Little, Auburn, Me.j A. W. Convene, wiwtl 1 !0,1Li?,l" toD-LJ- "rlswold, GuUford, Conn.; K. LUblton, Stafford Spring, Cwu L. B. Piatt fNaugatuck, coo.! W,1 D. iNwOtWiitin, "y Mra. Agnes Houston, Thomrffivl(T-, Onn.; il ,." Tl rr ,-"uaii, n. rsuuuci ning man, W a He field Mass ; a St, Hmlth, Houth Hal ley, Mass.: s. j1. UwrUoiL Hudson" Mass.; O. S 1 rescqt t, t 0ly(jLe?MasaTll. F. Cutter. FLnr-n-. Mas i t H. Jonei AlWftkVl.Maaa.LR. Jt. Wade brldae. Maaa.1 K. Wrlaht. V u,.. . U Cambridge, Masa.i l kitina. Hiumur Uni, .1 W H'kni. '.,.777" ZiXSrF p,"u I. .. ! J r """K. Whltena vill, M.iP. II. Carpenter. Southbridge, Mass.; r; i in "" : ri r "l,lll"li warren, Masa.i v. M. Vlnceni, Vineyard GroveTMasa.; N. A. Waters: lockbrldge, Mass.; G. A. Wood waiiTran kiln; Ma.; A. S. Hunter, Chlcopeo, Ma-, A. Mclkm II, Benlcla, Cal4 ft, Kamo7vValilnvtlle, CaL: if' V tUr. Oalveston, Texas Mr. Klixatietb Graham, Ohoraw, H. c.; J. A. W hlttemore, Sum ter Court-house, s. Cj o. M. TUeiton, Hunting, ton, N. Y.: L. M. Sherman, Ogtlensbnrg, N. YT: Jno. Crawont, Oneida, N. Y.: A. B. Gorton, Chlt tenango, N. Y.i G, W? Pratt, CorninV N.Y it! Duckworth, Eilenbnrg, lud.j o. 1L Woodworth, ttolumbta, Ind.i J. It. Nolan, Marlon, ladj F. M Bushy Lebanon. Ind.j Mra.K.J. Byland, lloVhea Mri 1iLML'n w" K-Thomas, Grwrj lUy.WU.; S.D. MiKahn; Menqinm,. fria,; W. Oakey ?en?J XM j- lWt lieabiirc Ponrt-koaH XM'rfi Wr. Hhenandoah, !.; Mr. Mary B. nigbyrMlnemvine, Pa.; J. M. Place, Ht, petera K"11, iLV ? Tavlor, llochestar, la,; Mr. Mary Itockafellow, Meehanioaiiqrg. Pa.; J. W. Jones, Fagundas, J Geo. Van Tassel, con nbaut, !, - Transit of Yeaaa. The secretary of the transit commission has written the following letter concerning the ar rangements for the official observations of the transit of Venus In December, 1874: . WiaarsOTOM, December B, tlTl tiRKTLEunt: I ran liest answer your inuulrle bv aome general autsmenu respeutlug the nrolt able plan of nrganiiaunn and nuoratlun ot the expeditions for observing the transit of Veoni of December, Ufa. Jt I expected that thq princi pal rtiilamte will be upon photography. Arrange menu are being made tor equlpiJng eight pro. tographic stations, of whloh four will be In the Northern and four lu the southern hemisphere. The northern station will b In China, Japan and the adjacent island. If any ot tbemoffara favorable station. The southern stations will tu selected in New Zealauj, Chatham, Tasmania and, perhaps. Kerguelen island. Each auilon will baprovicWi with an astronomar a ohielOf party, an asslaunt astronQmur. and two or tor photograph aMUlanUr i TJrt ooinmUuion has not yet taken aay action looking to the eelecllon of isaiBUAti; and 1 van DierforeglvyoBo iaftirmkUanoA thU point or a definite nature, hut I am of the opinion that a policy will be adopted looking to the employ ment of volunteers from th younger graduate of the various pojtoolmlo u aoloutlnu schools of the country, If anmoient number properly QUAllled preaaiiUhemsQlve. Tbequaliacatlon Jrinoipaily requlre in the utronomical auut anU Will be famlllarltV With tha oaaatructlnr.. use. aud manageuieut of the transit Instrument. and expertnee In niaklag and reduclutf oiirva ttonswithit. Tbepbowgraphle assutununuM be well practiced In thedetllUof phntograiihio manlpuUtton, but I conablari'Very rlonbftul wnauiar me m,ort viit pan oi inn wort can be entrusted to aay but prof eaalonal pho tographer. All lh partlei win bava to meet her In the spring of 1ST tor general rehearsal and practice We expect to have go artificial Venus moving over an artificial solar disk at the disuno of two miles, the traasiu of which all win observe to gether with the same Instrument they are to use on the actual transit, Al far aa possible, all tuelnitrumtnu will be mounted, nsed and de mounted In the same way as in the actual transit. The partlei will sail for their destination! lo the summer, so a to hare ample time tor all prelim inary preparations, especially th determination ot longitude and latitude. It will b necessary to engage th chief ot parties before making any arrangemenu for the engagement of aasisunu, and thla will probabix be deferred until Congre ha definitely pro vided for orgaalxlng the expedition. But the tender of service will he ta order at any time, and all anch offer will, If th Qualification of the person are satisfactorily ascertained, be dnly considered at the proper time. I may also state, forth Information of yourselves or otbsrs who may contemplate volunteering, that UU hoped to make provision for sending all the parties out, and returning them to their home by the se lected route, tree of expense, and for furnishing subsistence during the whole period of their em plnymentt bnt that more than Oils cannot be definitely promised, except, perhaps. In special cases, BiaoM Nxwuma, Secretary ot Commission on Transit of Venn. TRHHini.R ML'ltDER. A Man Heart 'Cat la Twe, (From tha Cincinnati Times, Deoember JXJ The slaughter and nacklng-hoose of Joecpk rteber A Co., Mo. &U and S7Q Central ave nue, nearly opposite Clarkton atreet, was, thla morning; about S o'clock, the aceno of ft terri ble, and what appear at present to hare been ft premeditated murder. The deed we com mitted at eo early an hour that few person were stirring about, but when daylight came and the new spread the usually quiet locality In which the building U situated became one of groat excitement, and hundred of peraon repaired to the scene, anxlou to gln the Particulars, aid If possible obtain a view of be corpse. One of our reporters reached the spot at an early hour, aod found the body of the de ceased lying; In the rear part of the second tory.of the building. There were probably twenty or thirty flermene present, but a none of them were proficient In the English language. It proved to bo ft matter of diffi culty to get at the fact. From what could be learned, however. It seems that Valentine Daum, the deceased, and Wllllnm Wolf, the murderer, had for aome week paal been engaged In Fleber ' slaughter-house. They were both butcher by trade, and considered good handa. Yesterday afternoon they went to a aloon In tha nelghborhooxLand after taking several drink quarreled. The difficulty for ft time seemed likely to prove aerlona, but through the Intervention of friend the parties sepa rated, apparently a If nothing had happened. About 4.30 o'clock thla morning Daum and Wolf, la company with another employee of tha company, John, Mauclc by name, went to a saloon across the street and took a drink. On returning, Manrk went to the rear of the building to load hi wagon, while th other went up stairs and back to the room In which both had been In the habit of sleeping. Hero It U supposed the difficulty of yesterday was renewed, and Wolf picking np a large knife, commonly used by butcher for trimming purposes, plunged 11 Into Daum side. The knife, th blade of which must have been fully eight Inches In length, entered the breast about an Inch above and slightly to the left of the nipple, aud penetrated inwardly, cutting the heart almost In two. Daum. It aeema. after receiving the fatal wound, staggered to uio mam milium if, m uiniancu oi pern bin) twentv feet, and there fed dead. Having flnlahed hi deadly work, Wolt It teems, nulotly put on hi coat, and going acros the street to Korxenborn1 saloon, called for a drink of whisky, remarking at the time "I gues Tve given that fellow' annncrti ' If a annari1 Ia ! nrull. ...Ii.4 and without answering the queetlon luked him left the house. Al toon a what had occurred became known officer were dispatched la March of the mnrderer, but up to noon they had not succeeded In finding him. lie U well known, however, and can crcetj escape the clutohee ui ma iiiw. The (icconsed waa about 30 year of age, ol slender build, and alngle. lie waa, ta have been married, however, tn about three week. The mnrderer Is described a being a man of powerful build, and about 90 year of age. lie l a slngte man, and ha relatives and friend living la the vicinity of Camp Wash ington. llafTklaea aa the 11 aan age-Klerk t af The as Pay a VNIt taike Village ar HyJaey, Ne braska. t From the Omaha Tlee.) Last Sunday, while the citizen of Sydney were enjoj Ing the rcpqno afforded them by the Sabbath, ft drove of eight buffaloes came gal loping over the rolling hllU, and entered the town and took a trip around the streets. In lea than tea minute the alarm had become so general that every man. woman and child In the place were armed with shot-gun, rifles, revolvers, dlrk-knlros, and pitchforks, while at the barrack every soldier wa on duty at once, and prepared to meet and vanquish the foeordlolntfio attempt. In fact. It waa a question of buffalo meat or no buffalo meat with them. The enemy wa outflanked, and a detachment of one buffalo bejoame separated from the mala body of the monarch or the plain and wa driven Inside the post. Then the grand hurrah began la dead earnest. The soldier flew around the buffalo ta the Inclo snrc, a did the gladiator of old around the Infuriated) bull la the amphitheatre. Col Dudley, the commandant of the pct, acted as chief director of the thrmnjj'jJort, which lasted some time. The biiftalQW finally cornered aad killed, after rcccltlng shou too numerous to men tion, and after having a bomb-shell thrown down hla throat aod exploded. Mu,ato, too, lent Ita charm to the thrUUnjj aoeon, a a t-ouplo of Italian, whn travel oa the Union Taciflc, were engaged In thumbing their In struments during the hunt In the meantime the seven baffaUtna Us tho town were having a red-hot tlne. On - , them effected an entrance, tutu tha . OI room of Kumsey'a hotel andbro. theSocli ':'rnoa,th? ubto im"h"J rS.lTT7" ,nfnnatloo had In the '".Santlme been conreved to Mr. James Hum- -vj, - ny nuutiwuH war-pain, and he re lumed to tnm the Intruder out, or eu serve ...... M1, ,, iU uii-euu. .jusi aa sir, k. en- te-ml tme door. Mr. ituffain mh .. ... other. It.lee4ed hU gun,hutltwoiUd not " u, biiu tiMi uuuaiQ ewcapeq anu loineq the rcmaiuimr six. whu then tumMt tali ih. town, and. cantered over the bilk andfs? away, after having Bmaaheal aeroral wlndowa. created an intense excitement and placed the A.IayarlUas Away wm, 000 Wank su laasat lvariaB. irmmth Detroit Vh.vu.1 Tliniuaa JewclL of Vl'vandottii. sinr last prlng ha flUed the Qfflce of mayor. He 1 ft man oi temperate Mmta, was looked upon a an exemplary Christian, and had the full con fldonce of hi Mlow-townsmen. Living In the rco Tillage, wa a yoyng lady of eighteen, named Cotton, who 1 poueaed of considera ble popfcrty, and had upward of 4,OK)Iq tnonor n the bank. No one had ever ob-serTe-l that Mis Collen and the mayor had wijiuiu lurmer man a ppeaxiog acnuaint ance, but It 1 now charged that he UHrajcd her. and that tli h hn nn . clc-ie Intimacy for a year pau The mayor baa a wife and six children, which fact pre- entcd any lueploliMi. MUa Colea drew Iter money from the bank tltfi other day and left for Detroit to make ojuo purchase. The next train coming this way brought the mayor, who excused hi ab sence front home on the plea of business. It Was not known fAi a dnir m Iwnthil I twn had planned ftn rlopement, but they are known to have mot here, to hare proceeded Kat aa man and wife, and lo be somewhere In New Kngtnnd together. Partloa were here yesterday to soe If they cootdn't get a due to the runaway. Thoy report that the new ha nearly killed Jewell ' wife, who 1 a fine and a reepected woman. It la also staled that Jewell wa rather forced Into the dope menLa the girl waa lo a condition which would have resulted In ao expo before many weeks. There U a good deal or excitement In Wyandotte over the affair, a all the par tie stand hi gh In society. FUHNISII1NH (iOOl)S. MEW MITEIriBM roB mia vta. w melton aud BEATIB OTEBOOATB, AT L . BAR'S, Crrr Hir,.ih ul E Mmu A BEADTinJL LINE OY DOTS' AND CHILDREN'S HUITS NOW BrlNd OPENED AT INYITINO fBICES: Hlor. clud op H,Urd,y, mi ,mjhiwll. DOHIa FINE CLOTHING AT UEUVCKD rniCXH. wall, noniNsoN a co.. Ml I'IC.NNVYI.YANIA AVKNVB. TS TIIK SUniKMR OOURT OF TIIB D1J EOMUyoockM. i ffi8s&asp WfRiiAaaAdUliSlV jnhrawbti.,ufl.L "" ' DRY GOODS. niMKHI Pl'ltftl! CIIAW1.H! HUTS It CII.KH! VHI.TETHI! pfm.lIEIir.l MEIUNOSI EVEN1NO DRESS CiOODS. TAni.E DAMAMC, NAPKINH. DOYLKN, TOWEIA mi'lT tl.OTHK, WINK CIX1T11H. LAnOE STOCK OF LACE CUBTAC'S. KIW OOOD, IlECEITED DAtLT rnOV Tni nttarNT to tiii close or Tne mns, M ..raliu 1.m1. In .11 Ih. bnt ...UllM. JOHN T, MITCHELL, om loimnavlvniiIn nio. AXl'SIltm LICTUaL U XTATIONAL THEATRE. II Wit AT S. Il Mr.J.O 8AVILl,K..,,,...l-andManaJrM'. taa Tlire Nlahts oftb dUnmibOiMt aeior, aathor and mstasarer. . Mil I.BHTKll VAfXACK, rrriKQtRMo. . THbttnTlAV BtKWlKrt. BtiCZ'JHtn .1 LaatUmeofMr WAtXArit'SIlWhUtirOon; t'BNTHAIi PAUKl TIIE T10V9K W?fh TWO DOOIlft, And last appearsnoe bnt one of MItWAI.LACKf Also, BAT UItnAY.il laat appearance.l KOHKpXLE: n- ik. it i a. n-ti tjvnxmf tint form of ths vnlunfaap ttiliiurm. ivl. W&BS&zB. Ifle and a a sniiierr, aiso pi inea wein id Ij- klr. V, aUack, from fnralshi Mew York. UHAND SATU1IDAT HATINtE AT-1 JACK BOBIKIIOX AND Ilia ugPVET, WOSDEBrWMKEajACniSE. 2ECONU I.KCTCnp. (invVoKTAit COl'nSK. LISC0I.S 1IALU TCEIDAT EVtSlXO, DECEUDER V II V IL, J. DrcnnnorA, Tb, Uiuoorl.1. SaUI,ct-"0tra EW CtldoTMAK." AdmlMlon. lownt.! fl auto IS ..,. il 1NCOLN II A EI. " "Kll EmairrO!;tT-XOMDAT.DECEUBERU. WKIFF A; HAYMIItnM .M1NMTIIELH. AND UHAHH niNH. mort Mapradna. ornnTuiloti tnnlli ,b. wnndtrfal JA nlMtrMrl SIX yt-TO-MT. A nn mlnn KN InlmdacMl. Ui. ArM j. .1.1. InlfnUn. I. (I.. .... .. .11 V . . ;.,iisi isjsssestzi ssyzzi: to coots. aWUU N ATIONAL tiieathk. PraaiU OUAXD MATINEE BATtmOAT. 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