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VI J J&P AX' C Tl;y VOL. XVI1--NO. 28. WASHINGTON, D. O., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1(5, 1877. FIFTY CENTS j?M MONTH, BELFOHD, OF COLORADO. tits viiima facie itiaitr to tih. SEAT IN CONOltbSS, Letter of Senator Edmniid, of Vermont, Upon the Merita, and Law of the Case. Tho following letter of Senator Edmunds irlll be rt4 with deep Interest at Ihtj time Vhitico htatbi 8rn atk CiiAunicnA WAHtiNaTOM. IX U, April 20, 1877. J ZTon. Jamt B Peford, Chttrat City, Q4 : DxiiBiRt Your or the 11th Instant, Inclosing tow printed statement touching the question of ine election or racrawr oi uongres lor cxuoraao to the Forty fifth Congress, wa received. I hue carefully considered the subject and give you, a requested, my view thereon. By the second section of the first article of the Conn HUH I on of the United Plate It 1i provided thai ine House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every lecond year by tho peo ple of tho several Ftates.' And by the game section it ic further provided that "when va fancies happen in tho representation from any State the Executive authority thereof shall Issuo writ or election to nil melt tacancr." By the fourth lection, rtroo nrtlcle.lt ti provided that "the times, places and manner of holding elc Hon for Fenator and Representative thai) bo pre scribed In each Plato by tho Legislature llicrec t, but Congress ma at any time by law rank or alter Buch regulations, except as to the places of choos lug Senators " These, I think, ar all THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION bearing npon the question Bcctlona twenty five and twenty six of the Revised Statutes provide first, for the Tucsdsy after tho first Monday In Nnvem 1r ax the general day for electing member of Congress and second, that a vacancy may be filled In the representation of anv Male at the time that may bo prescribed bv tho State Itself The act of Match S 1" authorising the admission of Colo rado, passed subsequently to the Revised Statute made special provision for the complrtc Inaugura tion of the state and for Its entire representation In Congress 1'nder the provlslnniof the third fourth and fifth sortionaof thalaet Itwa Impossible that it CMiMltutlun could be adopted before July 18"C and by the mmc provisions Incluillng those, of rcctlon alx no Iegllaturo could I elected to make laws until after the constitution had been Adopted Or nTCM never having un lTtikcn to regit 1 at o tho place or manner of clctlng Representatives It scorn ob lous taking the act In question nlto gether that It wait tho Intention to have the con ttltutlonal ron vent Ion to rcprcFcut tho Plate In that respect and owing to the uncertainty of the time within which It would I convenient or possible for the new Plate tn make leglslillte provisions for the place and manner of tho November election, un ler the gcncrnl law, to leave It also to the con stitutional contention to fix the time for a will as the p ace ami mannerof the election I Itrally construed the sixth section In a i rnvislou for this purpose until the next frnm shall Im taken I lit accord Ine tn tho 1m licflelnl ot lects nn 1 snlrlt nf the. statute It might pethapslw limited to such time as tho Iir1atiire of the Plate ahoul 1 have made proper provision for holding Not ember election) THE MOMr NTTHERTATK PFCMF IPMITTrD on the proclamation of the Pre! lent It Ixtamo entitled to elect a Rcprcscntatite for the vacancy created hy theter) act of n Imlvlnn In the then exbtlng (ontrreft and that rkht waa already within the a- It it of Hiotwcittv sixth section of the ItevlMil Statute)" and the flxth rectlnn of the art ofadmlMiIoti woul 1 hardl) h v tjct.ii neceMary In the nld'f the exertlw of that function by the Ftale nut then wai atsotnlo pmhlfl f(ir tho full nnllnnry and regular clt ctlon for tho conHltu tlonaltermof two year Itapx.or tome there fore that there Ii i cry lltllo room to question that theactnlmltllng tho etnto proUtU In uplrlt, as well aslitcraltv that the eonmltnt tonal cmntntlon may fix the time for tho regular and onlinary electl-niof member of Oongrcv And eertalnl) In tho aid of the cxcrclco of an Inherent ronetitu tlonal right to representation a conntntctlon een beyond the literal meaulncof tho ftatutc nileht wellheexerelfel at leat until the Iglhlnlure of ii fimc fimiuki nm mmie i ne iiecenry pro Tllon for hohlins elect'omt on the renernl rtar nr icrlbodfir i-uch purpea Ihu artof atlmjvilon men ncingiiroaicnougnioaunoriro ineeleciKn tn tha Inrtv lIDh llinirwu tn hn linlil tti n .).. tho aeeond question (a whether the coimltutlonai omentlcnof Colorado cxrrclnctl the authorltv Ihua conferred upon It, and did fix tho day named In Ortrtwr For the election of a member of Congreua or the full term. IT MADL THF rOLIX)WI"?a rEOVISIOB, Tlie aeventh section of theaovenlh article pro- Tide (hut 'tho ccncrftl olrrtlnn stiAll Ik. hoi I mi the first TutAtayor Octolwr In tho cam of our Ird JMfi 1877 and 1878, and annually thereafter onauthda) aa may leprett.rlbed b law" The nlxU-cnth itctton of the ached do declarea that ' the vote caxt for lteproientatl . ea In Congrefa atthe tint election held undtr tho constitution shall be canvaoarrt and the result Uterinined in the manner provided by tho laws of the Territory for thecanva5aof totca for lVIcgato In Congress" Andaoetlon fortv fmir of tun numrttntlriii nm vldta that 'one Kopreaentatlve In I)io(Vtiigreittof me uiiueii fMaien nau lotiecuwi irom thoMato at urseaiiue urn ciettmn under tnw (inintltutloii and thereafhir at inch thuea and phcci and In uch manner u idav tm ttrm I In 1 hv laur " AltliOii.h tiv a literal construction of the pro Vlatona of art lion 16 and U before quoted. It might poneiu mm ine prnvifuni waa exnauni'I ty too election to All the ncancy cxUtlng at the moment of the admit on of the State jet 1 think u litem w c doYltlencctotho evldtnt Intent of the comtltu tlonal cmncntlon to act thebtateeonipletelj on lis feet and entirely In relation wiih the t nlmi, the language mil ft be coiiitmi ted to authorize an dec lion for the Forty fifth Cnngros being tho regular and ordinary term asuillaamcrcl) to till a a eancy Ordlnarilr whero a atatuus (a to t ton flncdtoarartlcularaetof clrcumetancca tit a cancy or the like. Fpeclal wordu are Introduced to ahow the llraltel and particular application tie. Jlgucd by tho act There are no such word of imitation here Tho 'OVE REPRESENTATIVE IV THE CONORF," mentioned In section 41 Is not the one Individual merely who mav bo elected but It la the official representative of the Ftato to which under tho Constitute n of the t nlted btatea and the alxth tec tlon of the act of admlftton hc Is t" be contlnu oualy tntltlod tintlt the next general ccimn and Indeed until her poiulatltn hall entitle htr t) more than one. And when In this connection wo find by section 7 of article 7 that, pursuant to the clear authority of Congroa the V tate, by (la coratl tu I tonal con vol i tlon fixe I the first Tuesday In Oc tober, 187(1 1877 and 1878 as the special days on W hlch onlr general elections w hlch nccewarily in elude tho full term of a Congress, could bo In Id, It seems to follow that ltua the plain duty of the Mate to elect for tho Fort) rifth (.ongrcu on the flrat Tuesday of Octobcr,187G UthcruUe It woul 1 throw the election for that office over for a full year at d entering a largo proportion of the time when tho forty fifth Uuigrcft might tela session, and she without a representative IN DUCII A tTATE OF THINCIft, tYtini venal canons of construction and Inierpre latlou would lead us to aulte every doubt in favor of the v alidlty f an election held on tho first Tncs day ofOctoUr, 1870 I am of the opinion there fore that a filr and just construction o( all the provisions of tho Constitution and law sand ordl nances of the convention bcarliigupou thosuljett the election for member of the FVrty iirth Cungrcu held on tho flntt ruesday InOctoUr, 187(1, waa v altd and regular m far as thu questions now undtr con Slderation afft.it It It rcktilu of toune from this that tho attempt to hold an election on tho 7th of November, 1870, was entirely nugatory, and I may addlhatltanptaniperfiCtl) ) lain to me thateuu had the election nfOetttberljcsn entirely without aiuiiorlty and nmrntory, theproeec ling in Noum ber would have still bten abiolultly void for the mannerof (Itctlon width, being uiidMurtcd by t oiiKrvM, is ft by the Conltutluii ixplltitly vv Ith the states, IS KB8EKTIAI. TO THE ET1STFNCE of alLtral one and no nrov UIon lialnr lmn muli bj thuionvtiitiou or Iglnlniuru of thu siHte of t.4 torn w lorinu iiui iiiiK oi a i oiinrevHonai eiec tlon ollnr than on tho day and in the mania r provided, and at tho lint election hell uudir its lonMitutfoii tho at tlon of such eltlrt iim na itt tenijtol tMnieln November waivrholl) without any tolor of law I note wlmt jou a respectin" com pensn tlon for making the ex tun I nut ion 1 havo on tho mil Jut but I inuit docllno ret tit lug any retoniiiho whatettr, for I huveuiahtlt a Knipulous duij Hot to be coiiukI or mche any ahnntnco re libeling maturs pending In either II me nf Um gnsa and I have examined this qutxtlon ami wrtten tho fort g ilng tui jour inquiry, not as re latlugto yourlntLixsttln rtpcroiitil suisoat all butnat lulling a public qutMloii, luttrt.tlng to tin. i c 1 e of our rftnto, whU h I v ould lmv th no Jim niilar wa II 1 1 unveiilently imild at the re qu of any repe table Utizum of the tate er resi.tiruiy, Ucn r 1imiui A rni Itlo ltiillroiiil DerUlou, (Ity Asjociitetl l'reH. BtirnANCirtS, Xt 15 Inn Milt brought by the United Hatca torecotir from the Central aclllo tlallroad Company five I tr cent of tho nit earnlnifiof tho road from July 1 iwW, In renat J tent of tfte Ooverument subt.1 ly and Intercut, udgo Howjerof tho Unite 1 Mulct. t iniilt Court rendored a decUlon for the dcftiulant holding that the obligation 1 1 pay did not taki tllicl until Oclo lrl. W74 when thv roadwu riualty acicpud by uv vivvcruiui-ut. tjv avstmax AncitiTncm AsnttA TIONS. An Ionotnleal Trojeet to Remove tho Capt tol to the Yellowstone Valley for 1 leven IT it ml red Alllllona Only Ten Per Cent. Commission WAntetl. About a week ngo there arrived on tho shores of tbo United Ptatcm gentleman who re Jolceilu the euphonious patronymic of Hampcl no camo directly from ienna, hi bosom swelling with a delsre to let tho benighted deulsens of this vat country profit by the experience of one who naa dwelt among and studied the architectural and other beauties of Austria's Imperial iffy, tils purposo It lofty, for he propwc a removal of the National topitol. Kow. It Is true, we have had a Rtmvii who wanted to do thl Identical tb'ng hut ho Is a mere pigmy, In point of enterprise, when comjaredwlth our Vicuna friend. Heavls vu modest enough to merely propose to r-hift tho Cap itol to St. Louis, butllampel wanta to found A flPAMKINU KV CITY located In tho grand region about the Yellowstone , Asto tho roftnf the enterrrle too Hamuli Is not mean at all Reavts wanted for his project merely apaltry sum of about Si'iOonnooo or limnuotw anil even men coma not jurunn me exnci ugures Not so llmthcr Hampcl He has figured It down to a nicety Ills new Cuiltal nf tho home of tho free and tho land of the brave," which h to cover a site of 1W2.V) WO square jardi In extent which Is to be divided Into six 'sines" according to the relative value or tho real em to, WML COST EXACTLi $l,t"2 000,000 Ham pel proposes to furnish the general plan for tho arrangement of the 'New Washington," wilt provide In detail the minutest matters connected with the muultlpal government of tho city; says that his nroteet la lntrndnl to (nrlu niw rnmmor clal activity by the founding of tho rent capital of nonn America ami propncaics mat inisnewcuy will be detlned to 1 ccome ' the Mecca of the en tire chill red world " And for all his brain labor and phraltal cxertloim In attending to tho minor detail' IH, Usmpel aaks but the trifl nffm per etnt of the amount necesxary for the enlcrjrlsel Tho tiling I cheap at half the price 1 It Is understood tout uumyvi COMMUNICATFD lt TIAV by letter to Pccretary Hchurr and has alnre his ar in hi m.-fiunmnii iiini gciuicmnn Willi ino minor details of the same A mntlrmttn of the Intenaclr rtracttCAl bndrn clcntf the dintlngulshtHl Secretary of the Interior will doubtless not hesitate to recommend to Vm xreaa ti enter upon tlie pnjeet protmheu tv Hanv pel, and it Is to iK hope 1 that our Nutltmal liCgls W tare will not fall tn seize tho clorhus oniMirtn Jlecca fir tlie entire cltlllzid m:u ioik iiav Tlie OlteHah to ho Unnoted to Manhattan It rieellon there Provided for. Thorn accms now to be. no union to doubt that tho Kgyjtlan olnllsk, the securing of which fnrNiW ork has reccntl) excited wide tnteret, even while many person i regardel tho Ian l vMonnry or at tcrt uncertain, will w ithln a reason able time be set up in New Aorkcly It is bo llctcd that no didWtiliy will arUo respecting Its prompt ireentatIou by (ho Khedive and It Is an nounccd vvitii antfi irity that the money for lt Iranapo'tatlon and erect! mtturo has been secured Wlerdat a llwll stated that n eltutcn nf New rk ha 1 proml"cd tho necessary mm for this pur pose that the K lgllsh contractor Mr ltxm now eigvgcl li removing Cleopatra s Needle tofng Inud woull 1 ring tho second monolith to this eonntn that Henry (1 Hebblns foimerly presi dent of the Department of Parks wouht represent the anonvirious ticnefactor of the city Mr Ftelt blns teatcrday fully can firmed tnce state- incuta He said that no uncertainty longer ex luted rcspcctlnc the rxnene of the nmmal and erection of the otnlUk the nefdlul money was positively guaranteed by a gentleman, who, for riaaoua unknown t him decline for the pre ent to allow his name to be made i nblic, Mr Stcbblns without bilng alrtolntcly cetta'n nf the fact, fullv Iwticvnl thai tlipro could he no ntwtnrl to the execution of the pn je t on the tjier side nf inewnicr lie unocrtooi ini in Knetlivenni definitely made the gift, and that Mr Dixon would contract to transport It to th'a country It was a subject for general and hearty congratulation that so noble a monument w a secured f rtho mc'mn nth It was something In vrh'ch an et f r- n creasing iniercbiwouia no nn 'inesaiMiaciienoimepubiie at securing the trcaMiro would grow by what It fed on There need I no te 1 om del iy in bringing it to this country. He snj posed that as soon as CIe patrasNeellenrrlved in tho Thames tin peculiar vecel built to convey It i afily thither wuu d return for tho Khedive s present to this city. The thing now of greatest Importance was ti decide w hero to erect tho obelisk A decision on thin nolnt should not In haftllv mada Humph sent fat that there should be an opt n space about It inrge onougn io anoni an unonMrucica tiew it r-hiuldbicn derated irrouud In order that from a distance It mluht bo looked uotn nntlooViil down upon Tho surrounding structim h should o iieithir so lofty as to dwarf tho (.lel1i-k nor an Inrlgnfrlcant as not to runport tti Ftatellness It should lo in a populous and attlractlv e part of tho city, so that one could enjoy It In passing by with out bell jr compelled to make a pilgrimage to obtain a view of it. Mr PtOi Ins first th tight of the cent roof Madlnon souarniLS the Ixst snot frlia elec tion huh no sun toiisifiera iiiiu in aimosi every wayadcstrablflpntnt Hut he knew of a totter. Ho ha l in mind a site combining all oMi'b1o require ment aahe believed and he Ihnugbt that after a little reflection, tho putllc mind would arrive at the same conclusion He did not w Kb to name the i lace he had In view, as he preferred that the citizen IntcreJitel In the matter should rcath an tiMUmiiueni decision whicn lie did not doui t would bo the samo as his owu He fully ex icted to co a cordial agreement upon the very Fpot w hleh he ba I himself ai lerted Mr Kiel hhm said iliat tho gentleman who lad contrlbuUd money for the rt mot al and ereittou of the nionol th was an eminently reasonable man who would desire to sec mo wisn oiino inicuigeni ponion oi mo com munlty, aa to a site rarrlcd out. and fill no per tonal ambition to dictate a selection LAIIOU TRQV11LL8. Cigar-Makers on r General titrlke. By Associated Press.) Nrw York. Oct. H The strike of the cigar makers 1 spreading, and to day eight buu dred hands cmplojcd by Kerbs &. Ppetss de manded an increasoor wage, and one being re fused they struck in a body There are now over four thousand persons on the strike Tho shops on a strike ami the number of hands art. Ktrba A. peli" mr, Uchtemtclu it. Bros 700- MendtlBros, irnr Jncoby,m Bondy i Co tn), New mash A to, W Foster and 1I11k.ii, IjO- Kihwnrtzhoir m, Holz mauivmrgir jar iiumruiincr A jocj u, mi uco BtuU 150 and several othir smaller houes A nuctliirof dileuates from tach shon was held to day to take at tlon In the matter A committee will noappoinivti io v itu an tne snoiisun at uorx, ami dnin ind an tin reuse of II in r thousand Hiram and if the bosses refuse a strike in such shops will prob a iy ua unn-rcu TIIFCOAL MINrRft STRIKE. Smvvrov, I'a , Oil 15 Three adlitlonal col IIwIph at till notnt reiuniiil work this mnmlm' tho Koarlng Brook Com any at Dunn more tne Jtrinvn Breaker, at Uretn Ridge and (he lark l mil ( umpaii) The non I iilou miners will met t at Hyde lark to-day and deildotowork which will brtak up tho strike Iho Delaware an 1 Hud son immt tomau)s men at Ihtir luithmire mines Hear Wllkesbarre, havo tottd for work, and will commence very soon a will also thu r air iJivvti collier) at Hcrantou and tho Iron Coiniuny s atBrUg shaft No disturbance whatever have ociurred ncintly lit tins region OTIItR JIINHIS (JOINU TO WORK Bcranton. Va Oct 15 Tho Delaware IjicVa wainiaan 1 wertern company s miners at Tavlor vlllelt div tote I for wrrk and akel tho com I any forcinpl ijmint Iho Iron ( omp my s mint ra at Brings' shaft aKo took similar action to day The Drlgga urciktr will btart to-morrow and the miners at lavlonlllo as st on as they can bo ma lo reudv Kverv Iinlltntlon in favorable fir an tm nitdmto resiimj tltu throughout the I ai kawauna region J lie utmost quiet and order prev alls ANTI LVCOR TlfMJNT BCiiV. StnMO,l't O-t 15 Ihe miners' executive coin m i tee luis iviitti a call lor a ce ueral mass meet iu to morrow At Hide Park, fho intention Is to pnvdittho resumption of work in the D.lawari, i ni kiiwriiiiH hiiu ttsie'nt i uni nnr n iniiits hid UhUh alle and Wc-t 1 Ittstmi mints will nsuimi In tin morning If to-uu rrow s meeting la turrfc ) tytho nubilcnunt against work tho men at tho several tolllerle t f this region will brink. Ixim In in tno oi g inpiuiou ami goto work unu pcnai nil) of thumauiMtLHuf tho MIiler Uul )ii I nltw llm liieiiKtt to work sot n tlnre will bo no )U) tturhu MiveuiiKr, Hniin iiity roui i uuv tmiiu wuuoui gieat privation and surie ring flcmglt State I'nlr. rilv A woe sled rres I Atlanta, (U.Oct lr 'lho (ItorgU tato fair oitcued to day with it s Undid display in alt the di partmentf 1 ho horse and cattle di nnments iirolhebestevtrexhlbltttl In "eyrgia Tho races commence to morrow t-cvcral horsca havo Iteun rut rod trmn l.i cxrtria Ti iinprfsrc. kLIllilckv and train 1 ho military will drill fur prlr.es on YUdnc- Uv aud several companlea hate entered, .ueouri imtuu frowen urn urrii"H un kkij RELIGIOUS MATTERS. ; snvr.it AT; CUV IIC II C0VXC1L8 jvoir JJV BE1110X, Fplscopal fleneral Convention lit Iloston Tlio German Ititherana at Philadelphia Missionary Meeting at the Hub. By Associated rress. rto'TTOV, Oct. IB ThU waa the eleventh day session of the Episcopal Church Convention. Tho commlttco on elections reported the substitu tion of Dr Joseph A. Brail h In place of Dr W m II. Harrison, of New Jersey, the latter having been ex eusod from further attendance Leave of absence was granted to other delegates, some of Ihem from the W et, who want to return home The commit' tee on the Hook of Common rtaycr, towhom was referred the consideration of shortening tho form of services, reported that that question belonged properly to the committee on canons, and was so referred The resolution of Mr Dlx, of New York presented Saturday that further consideration of the quea- ii hi 1 1 hnoncniug me lorms oi service in tnc nook of t onimon prayer, be referred to the committee on tho Pmvr tuwilr. rirrw nut an fiftiiV,l iKcftntalnn as to whether the committee should consider the matter alone or that It consider the subject with a Joint committee on thepartofthchouseof Hishops Ihe resolution w at passed the committee to act lot nil V with a commlttco on the ttart of tho hou of UMiopn This action of tho convention Tirtu- auy tusirurwine rommuieeio taac action in me matter, w hcreaa by tho previous reference of the subject to them they were only Instructed to consiurr me expeuiency oi taaing action The commltUo on prayer book also reported that It waa Inexpedient to make anv alteration in tho prajer for the President orthe United Mates, Accompanying the report waa the following reso lution, which was placed on tho calendar Nor shall anv nart he omlilrd pxcont as hrrr. under provi led i That on all Pundavs, on Christ mas day, As h ednesday. Good Krtday and Ascen sion day, At morning and evening service shall te ld tho full morning and evening pravcr alo. in un- inuriiiiiR iiinu ue saiii tne ninny ask i ap point 0 I and communion or autl communion ser vice, either consecutively with tho morning prayer or In separato services In any order on all other days a minister may, at his discretion assist at the morning and evening services as follows Exhorta tion aliform of lalUr, but one psalm, one of the I pointed lesions, all the eantlctes connected with tho lewns, but one prav er f r tho President of the t nlted states and for all civil authority, prayer for' all conditions of men and general thanksgiving n ednfklny and 1 rlda) ewiiitigs ho shall add the liinnV t rho mavsavltln lieu of the rest of tho si r- vli es, at a second evening sen ice nn any day abot e dist rliwd.t mission maj lie made In cv tiling prayer or tho litany ma) be snt I In lieu of the whole or a sermon or akcture inst to preached without liclnir of nectslty rccedcil by morning or evening prajir, provided that there be tirst said tin collet t or, the collect from the Hook of (4tmmon Prayer, intnnini nr, mimiou sorbite missionary meetinga mid tho like Other forms of service taken from the llook of ( ommou 1 raver maj be used subject to the npi rorel of tl e bMiop of the dloeefc or ju rlstlktltm In whli h the service Is held A rcolu tlon that canon 13. title i of Itubrlc, becmbod'ed In niatriiminlal service, was rcftrcd to the commit tie on l'raverltook The rtnortof the eommlttrn on romtltutlnriAl amendments that no revision of kitlonary is imi-wnij vaiue u)) lor urt.iiPioii At noun Drs HareandCtootlwln, of Pinnsylranla Ilecrs. of California and Kulton, of Msconsln favored IhonroDoscil amendmei t whercliv rovltlon mlirht he made, but recommended that It should be un ugni AiKJiii in n Euaruen anti cuuitoua way Dr Hammuud, of Conntctlcut asked If tho pro posed rev I ton coul t not 1 attained cftr. t by the amendracut proposed He said he could could not vnto for the amuidmenlt totho cfmatltutlou, ami would not vote fur Hint for the revision tflha lei. tlonar. He thought that quixtlon should only bo i'liiiiiriL'it io itrrsoiis ui ruoeiit;w ana vi gaui in tight Into tho Serii turcs. Air Mmteomorv favored tho amend men's, and claimed that It was the only way the revision pro posed could Ie aci oinpllthcd Dr Beardsley,of(-onnccilcut.sa!d that the house of bUlioi wero not alwavs the test Judges of what should comprise lections ry. He was opposed to amendment, hut not toravlslonof theloetloiiAi-v Ho did not believe that the contention should havo power to make tho proposed change until the matter had boon tint laid before tho dioceses for their approval. Mr Jencd1ct,of Oeorgta, Dr Burr of Southern Ohio and Dr. YUisoii, of South Carolina, fol lowed. Afternoon Session. At the afternoon session of the Episcopal General contention to-day the subjert of discus sion was a proposed amendment for the revision of the lectlonary. After an animated discussion the amendment was adopted Resolutions rclatlv e to the subject were presented as follows That a com mitteo 1e appointed to consist of seven bishops seven clerg) men and seven lav men to consider the revision of ltctlonary and prepare a revised table of lessons and report to the rcxt central torn in lion By Dr Ik Koran, of Wisconsin that the lee- nonary ui too enurcn m i igianti oe ustti oy ine Church In this country until the meeting of the next general con vein ion itotn resolutions were urniKHCM iu tut' inivniiui . mm inn vuiuu uf 111 orderoftbeday f r discussion i ne coinmiuee on canon" presenien rt report op p'w.lng Any amendment tosictlon 1, canon 12, title 2, w h teh vv as ad ptcd A1o one concurring with the hnua of I Ishons to remit en tenets of degradation pronounced by 1 (shops on clcrm men localise of moral eharaikr i jaceaon etuenuar Also a report stating that no explanation of the words agreeably to rubric 'Insntion J CMiinuli title , relntlng to persons suspended from the rights of Holy Communion was neecwary on tl c pirt i fthocommltuc Placed on calendar At n report rcitiuve to ui ih-iiiioii in m me IreeChurih dcemlne It liipxnetitent totnkeauv action The petition asked That consecration be refused any t iiurch organized vv Ith the pew s) sum, mm ino committee, iioiwiinnianninir iu anion, ex pressed Its opinion as favoring lhetolMnmiito( private u ue w cnurcn propeny. itaceti on cal endar The commlttco on amendments to the court Itu tlon tn whom was referred many memorials and papers rtlativo to the proposed chaugo of tho name of the church reported That no change be made In the name of this church uetd in the con stitutlon" The committee expressed themselves to tho e fleet that grave doubts vv ire entertained by some as t Iho results of any change of name upon Ihe legal right of the properly of the church The committee const lered the present title of the en u re n -rroiestani rniscopai inurcn in the i ni tedf-tHttsof Anicrka assufllclent, Iho commit tee state 1 that onlr for Ihe defe renco due tost v oral dlocees Interested no rtitort on the subject w naiev cr wouiei nav a uve-u prvsenicu Aiijuurueu tiik r.vAyai:Licih lvtiifh iav. run vDELnilA.Oct. 15 The eleventh an nual contention of the general cnuncil of the Evangelical Lutheran Church In Amerlta resumed Hi sessions this morning, Rev Dr, C P Kniuth presiding Tlie report nf the committee to which waa referred tho appeal of the New York minis terlum and the delegate of the Mithlgan tivnod against tho practice In reanrd to tho (laksbury rule, re ferring more partliiilarly to incmlurs of tho l'eiiiiH)Ivaiilamlnls(orium was prercutci) by Itcv Dr Brown of Tennessee The report says that, no dccMnns and acts touihing this matter having been made by the ruInUtirluni of Pinnnvlvaiiitt nor any iflldal ac lb ii In tho way of fraternal inquiry or prntctts having been brought before It by the mlnlaterlum of N'ew ork, the general count II 1) lis eoiitltu Hon hai no Jurisdiction in Ihlscofe, that itlsnd tbablu that an anj eal from the tUcltlon of a hyniKl should not be made until after cc rronoud enccwlth such Hynod sa tho Hyniil aggriivtil with a view to the a IJiistinent of suld grievance, and that If such appeal Is found tube then liciea sary the gi ueral i on mil preliminary to any a tlon It may lake shall consult r it the right of ll-efm t orr-ynodsapitcttcd from to make their own otlli htl statement ai lo ilia fiu is In the case that even If tin so unlet tduit prelliiilnarle had Ikm.ii couf uined to )et tictcrthdiu lauding tlie dlstUHsioii of iheprlitiliks Invtlted In the tesll moil) of Ihe general council on the tuhiect of put ill Binlaltiir UlliMvshlp as uniinimousfv ordrel I) thlslttsly st IU last com ci tlon wt deem anv at tlon regarding the application of these rrlncl p e hi particular casus as prematuro and lnal V tsablt Hev K N"i rillus prcsentelthe minority report whithsajH that while it Is the duty of the general coimill t iguard Ihe uril) of the faith an I lit, tit adiiiliihtridion of Hut Kturamuitx amlwhllo Ills in ttitordume wllh Itati nfissloual irluilplca laid tl tvtu In th ttikslur) rule to disap rove nn 1 m udn(o ull uul nbll pnul'ii tievirtheless tho toimell cannot pas Iu Ju Iiiunl m u nn par tfctilur case that mav lie bmught before it uu less inch ta-etiUK-t Ideally dillnetl in the appeal an 1 clrarl) rt me within the torn) an f the tonne la coiititiitlon ami tint at the n te ii from tho intn loterliiin tifNeu ork U not so de Ino 1 thoctuiitil cannot jiutu In Jud.mcut uim it in in pnsiut shaio The rtjvirtof Hie minority was tlnu taken up for tllieussioii and thu coiiuell was nddi(M.dtn the suljeet by Itet.Dr Kraulli ulid others Ad Juurmd Afleinoon Session Pun Tirrt'iu, Ott n Utlie afternoon session of the Litheran couvcntl'ui tho reputof the lomtntttco on thu appeal of iho Now )trk mitt hleriuiu wasriturntil Tho reiairtcf the minority luiumi m sulM tute wo thus amended and lad q ltd )ias.l nays 2:1 ' That while It U tao duty of Ihe general council to guard the purity of the faith and right administration ef the sacraments an I while It ll in accordance with Its conroMslonal principles laid down In tho (lalesburg declaration to disapprove and repudiate all practices endangering the parity of the lutheranf hurth doctrine and 1'fe, never theless tho council cannot pas Judgmmt upon any f articular rase that may be brought before It un era such easo laspeelflcauy defined In thcappeal and clearly cornea w Ithln the company of the council a vuu-j motion, unit Hint m ma rtpprai irom inc iiini Isterlum of Nw nrk la not an rfeflnM (tin eonnell cannot define it Judgment upon It in Its present shape. xphcopaz no A it n of missions. Bobtov, Oct. IS The Episcopal Hoard of Missions continued Its aesatom to-day Bishop Bedell, of Ohio, presided The cotutniltee ap pointed to confer with tho American Church Mis stonary Society, for the purpose of amalgamating both societies reported resolutions agreeing to the union, which were adopted Bishop Doane pre scuteu a report on domestic and foreign missions, and also a resolution relating to the organization of tho board This resolution makes aome radical eiisoges in the organization or the board, and waa discussed till adjournment. TitE Tvnr, Naahvllte Itlood Horse Association. Nashville, Oct. I V-First day's fall meet ing of the Nashvtlte Blood Horse Association : lint Pace Young America stake, for two-year olds dash, three quarters of a mile, seven starters on easllv by the favorite, I-ereler Blue J yea sec ond, and Mcflenrv third Time 1 17 Second Itace link hotel stakes for maidens three yearn old, mile heats rive starters Kim heat nun vy tve'iincsftv , nira riiasccouu Alice Mnri ny third ami Annie i!. ami HarrvPevlon tint r1aei Time, 1 M The second heat Was won by Harry ley ton Alice Murphy second, Miss Ula third, and others unplaced lime 148 The third heat and race waa won cosily by Pey ton Time, IM Third event dash of a mile and an eighth four starters, was won by Dun H Bell Islapd tecond euunia iruriiftiu iiuru i irac, im' k POIVT RRPFZE PARK RACEf. PlIII Itirlrilll Det IS. Tho Atll mMllnaai Pntnt Brceio Park opened tolav Tho track was in good condition and tho attendance large. rirsirarc inrco miuuic ciass summary I'aro let 1 1 1 1 Ovster Boy, I fl 3, ft Cnrtland Boy, tt, 2.2 1 Uly Mount ill,tll; Illncea Metllum, 4, A ft 4 lulled, ft ft 5 8, J I Hill, 7, 7 distanced 1 riuee Charlca, ft, distanced Time, 2 J8, i sj, 2 39, 217. Sceon 1 race ?3f)rliu Piimmarv. inrnttiir 1 1 I 1, 1, Htckok I 112,3, Magglo M , ft, 1, i, t 2 Moscow, ft.fi fi -I distanced LTwie Keller, 1 4 4, dlstnnced Billy Barefot t, 4,0, 6, distanced lime, 2.11 2 tl 2 n,J) W'f Tho th'rd raco was a running race half mile he at ft r (.eiitlcm m a cup bummary Ceiltcii, Jr , 1, 1, Kidboiic,2,2. Tlmi-,rsp.' KACINO AT BFAOOfc TARK. nosTox, Oct 1 Tho unfinished 2:2ft race nf Saturday was won b) Joe Keplcy lime, 2 2tt, fho2 34 rnco of to-day wai won ly Ncilson Bosttlme 1M1W. In the -H J clan there were only three starters C-omcc wen the llrstnnd third hiuH Honest I birr) thefiurth and J ihnll thesccoul Darkiietsirt tentedtho flulsli of tho race, Time, 2 21W i-3, 2-27, 2 2H'4 7 CITY yOTES. The sidewalks of Thirteenth street north are In a fearful condition Ihey should be re I aired Iwfirecoll weather set in During t'ifl rttli at the dpi tol tester dav oiienf thud i-vdlnglnto the ccutlcmans gaiter) wasbroke u letely down Dr. Kanktu.ofthoCongrcpattonal church, lentes to-night fur Detroit, Mich , to attend tho contention of Cuiigrcgatlonalbta to be held this wcekln that city The Miner school bulldinon Seventeenth street near P northwest, will be dedicated next Thursday, the exerrlsca commencing at 2 n clot k Uev Win H Channlng will deliver the dedicatory Mr. Georee It Thorn Don. of the firm of ThompHrnACn.thewcll known hardware tlealera. is iviiik iipiiKe-roiisi) in pi grqenii ucouity ai ni resileiiet. No 47 Maryland avonu south went, w 1th no hopcf of recovery, Yealertlaya boy stood on the balcony lend ing fnm the Congresaloual I Ibrary, and overlook Ins the west ciilrunce to the f.anftnl trvln trt ipo how many helmet he could count reached Ju) In a half hour, and coueludtd he would stop Meisrs Davis and Murphy, contractor for building the North Capltol-strect sewer deny the statiment that the laborers employed by them have struck on account of not getting paid tho amount due them aud prevented other laborers from going tn with tho work ThoPrc&bttcn of this cltr. at iti recent meeting recclvcdtre fillowlrg report H embraces ininisieis, ami naa uu ler in caro J en lire net ! 1 ccntlaitJi and U candidate for thn mtnUtrv ItalsohasuiKler Its tare 1 .KM communicant and 47j Sunday school scholars The flue row of four stortr brlek dweUlnm which has been in rourse of erection for tho la.t Iwnjcars on the south side of U street tietweeii Thirteenth and rtmrtccuth will lw ready for ocm piitlon before ( hrlstmas It ad U very much to the good l eantneu of that section nf the city Two excursion mrtiin will arrive here from Itlehmond a tmli) uic nilcr the am pice of the Methodist ( hunli and the others Hit n up bt men h intft and cIi'mih Tho latter has been sunrranged that Ihe imrtles can i xtend their trip tn Baltimore I hiladelphla and New York If In elined to do to Mm Sneuecr, principal of the Speccrhn PuslneM Collese grante 1 a holidaj to her pupils ivaiiTimy an i m,iii iiit-in uu vi uiu e npuui uireei ng each to wr'teup a comjioiltloii on what the) saw Now fan enlerprWug publisher should take HietrouMo to collect and publlsli these compisl tlon ho might mako a fortune. meeting of tho pastors of the tllflerent churthes uf the city waa held In tho parlors of the ouug Men ( hrtsttan Association last evening fir tlie rurtw.0 of extending an Invitation to tho Itev Dr Muller lo tWt Washington and hold a series of revival meetings, but action was post poned until next Mond iy ct cuing A touthfnl penlm wont to the doorkeeper of oi eof lhuillcrlu.)eterday and tried to puss in lie ace-imc ti mo nour neper v,ni i am u rcj riicuUllv e of tho prtws " The tl mrkeper look tti st htm, and then said e!l jou cant pros In hero Another wont up and sail Ihavt n pass " The door lee per said, ' rasa on, then," and he passed V dUtnrhinte win raised at the regular nishtl) colore I bill at Lyceum hall all 10 ntlotk this morning aul when the poll o arrived they found Nell't Johnson an 1 Ann'o Davis two duky UllcN lighting and screaming wtthavtgir th it wouiti put Mirug huh warrior io ino imtMi 11 cy were arro-te iundsent thereat of the uh,ht ut tho tlftli p-eclutt station, The sidewalks at mant of the street cor rent in tho suburbs are giiatly In need of rtpaln The bricks havo been washed away or stolen. leaving a niatutoi n nw yarns mat in ftormy w lAther cannot iHieros-cd w ithout wading throuun inud Thtadcstrovi in agnat measuro the utility of the port Ii u of tie fiotwats w hit hare pcrfitt These defet in should I o ret aired before the winter comes on V ill tho superiutendeiit of streets make a nolo? Tlio pracllco U beitnulng qulto frequent of smoking cm the rear stti soflhe one Imscbtrcet t ars. Tin so w ho In lulke It ilalm to Ijo gentlemen Many ladles ami those milkmen who do not smoko consider the i rait lee an ungeiitlemanly annojance V colored outli wa reproved by tlie driver of a I o trteeiith -trett car fir this olfeiiso thetthirda) when his carwas filled with lilies an I gentlemen An i Instuul t f retclvinglt kuftll) aul dishtlng he responded with vulvar impu dent e YihUrdo morning ft boy about fourteen cnrs old waa cmuht In the ait of throw hu a in little Ht one t f the Metror lltan stret t tars for funim JCii-i ( nj Hoi street nearKixlh He waa ar rc-li I de aliitd and lectured but upon tho i rnnl eofgoi I behavior in the future was re Icii-cd Suth fun Is ilangeroui Had the rock strut k lhe (.Ihm win I vv li stead if tho side t f Iho cur it nit, lit bate dmo serl un Injury Tin police will h te to make vxamplts of somo of these mfschlciotii lads It U slncerilt to bo hoped that some means may left und t annul ll etontraet i ow in fne between tie IMxlrlit of udiiinb a and He mon Iv tlrliieof v hit h this luminary H sup paed t liirnl h Illumination fir our streits un I ateniieH dining cert iln portlorsof enth mouth InoMnuth ai uiiiiH lllu tiln iliug ui piralus N at all Hmissu'Jut t io In -si lu'lueuus in ir wlilih she lias no ti ntrol she wIhimkIi n loutlnt ncv ariits (h fitnid toll missing aul aihuim l iiitelopetl in dirLiie-s toinpurel with which the Mi w tl pisl t v tlau gl s m 1 light it'df r-h mid not a tliv 1 1 llu si?o of Hie National ( ai Mai and Itt cltinns It) imitectt 1 1 y uu ant of sutlleli ut llliimi iiHtlon at niK'it lutiiift iliiulN bmglars, roAdlca and other evils t m nunit mil to mention Accident ut n IUHUtth YistcrtU) altetunon, jtiitt hvforo tho game be tu een the logics an 1 I'atrlots, whllo unu of tho I U) tr wo butt ig the latl he km eki I a liner, which si rut It a tol in 1 1) named Hauuul J ihn son In the fiiL an t inllktt.it a i ii.lv wound Dr I Dinlels ati-nded him, after which lie was nut to his home THE NATIONAL CAPITOL. doings of rnn i:xtA-vrtrn am zraiiLATirn mi tscitrs Information flatliered at the Capitol, tn the Department and About Town by the He porters of the National Republican. coaitF.s iiNTtunmr. Aa usual, on tho first day of the session, there w a a great rush of visitors to ihe Capitol yesterday, and our business people who hat e been complaining of hard times, were led to exclaim, where did all these people come from? The House, ofcourFC, was the attractive point, the Senate be ing a continuous body, and offering no probability of excitement Tho Republican caucus met In the House Hall at 0 10 a m.and remained In rtlon till after 11 o'clock To avoid eavesdropping guards w ere placed at tho stairways leading to the gal kites, and. as the tide of humanity rolled on, the heads of the column were halted at the foot of the stairs at either end of the building Stopped In Its progrc the crowd began to pack and build up on Its rear until the lobbv In front of the steps was filled, and graduall) all the cat and west halls were packed, and then It turned back, filling the lobby to tho centre door and down the hall leading totheoldHall when the caucus adjourned and tho barriers were removed the tide iwctt up the stairs and Into the galleries Ailing them to overflowing tn an almost lucrcd Hy short time Ilefare ll n cloek there wn not an Inch nf stand Insr room In thccallerlc and the It btiles no stairs and dou n w t re packed making It dlfilcult to mot e around A largo number of persons who alwavs succeed In getting on Hie floor, rules or no rules, were there till (hey fairly elbowed the members. Tiir rrocFFDiNos In the House wcro not unusually Interesting or cxclt'ng At one time H appeared os If a little brcrro might spring up over Hie question of the iwj'rt-ne -iTinut i' immu tiim nii'i iin it iii.-yi in vi fir the day. It may come in to-day If Mr Pan dall acts In good faith aud recognizes Mr Hale vvhi hnd the floor hut save wat for tho motion" of Mr Morrison and others fr a comniitttc to wait on the Ircsldent Ac aud finally the draw ing of tho reat, which consumed the timo till the hour of adjournment. 1 rom Hie alacrity w 1th whlth the majority si rang to their ft-el atthe mention nf the wt rd ' f -olorado ' It is evident ll at the admission of Mr Patterson hn been decided on tn advnnce Thh will not, however prevent the caao from 1 cing discussed and the facU brought to the attention of the country S!rnt MrMiurui were requeued to stan 1 aside when HiTilhwa tcluga Imlnlstend that their eise mlgh lo acted on separately ThcvweroMo-srs Cain and Bnlnry of Ho uh t an Una Iiarrolt of IuVslma dlctttd to by Mr Cx and Mr Pachcen of ( nlirnrn'A -jo"tetl to 1 y Mr -prhiijrer on tho Di mocrntlcside nntM ssrs Hum ami 1 nliertson of fioulslua ib Jectetl to hy Mr lr)e of Milne The ouetonof their admission vlll cmn up to day, and there waa an Indicitton that the IVmocrata will endeavor to put off the (nlornli cao which was ihe first called until after the others are decldt 1 This vv ill M oppose I by Mr Halo and others on the Kc publican side TnTF Pit A VINO OF RFVTi was to tho galleries as w ell as meml era a very tedi ous affair, occupying over an hour and a h uf not luclu I'tu Hie recc" taken to get ready n occa slnnalla mhorconcr-fttulut on wasdniwn forth a an n'd ineniljcr rttteil d wu qu'ilh In 1 1 f rmcrsti-t or tor k that of some tlicr who tvastn therear walling to hear h's uainocallctl In order that he inignt pounce non n unou u In lite Hcmtfl int linn of Interest occurred be yoml the admission of Mr Matthews ofOhlo rm strnn? of t Isvturi and Cameron of Pennsylvania The body remained In session but almut twenty minutes ami adjourned to twelve oclock to-day which time has been fixed as tho regular dally hour of meeting "then tho rath of c Wee was administered in the Home there were sevi ltv-one Iknwcrata who eou'd not take the Iron clad oath, and the modified lormvva u(i Ton meftn?enf the President will nrobahlrbe sent in at an early rour to day as committees from Ixith II ucs havo lcn appointed to imtlf) the j-.tCGiiuvc inat tongressiareauy io receive anv com mu nit ation ho may Ijo plcafd to make It Is probable, too that the message will be followed by nominations covering most or alt of the apnolnt merti mnilnslnco last adlnurnmcnt and nwhably a number or new out Thus far there has ecu nothing Indicative of the probable length of the session The Case of Congressman I) r rail In tho Third Louisiana district Mr. Dirrall received a majtrlt) tf ncarl) two thousand t otes, as counted at ihe polls b) the commissioners of e'ection was rctiirnel eterb'lbv the Republican renri Ing Isard on the fiih of D.eemUr and on thcOth receltid from (Jot Kellogg hU ccrtlllial of ebct'on When what was culled the Nitholslg Iilaturomtt in Jmuary 1S77 they passed a new election law ami created a new returning Imai-d conftlngnf ihe (lovc-nrr L'eu'ei ant (Jovernor, Ppeakertf lie If hk and tvvoPeimloii tl nlfil b) lhflf nate This new Imanieanv anted theriturm or sueh returns n they ha 1 an I annniinccd tn the olhelalj lUrnal Mr Dirrall a decthn On this io tiruOov Mehrls l-aiietl to him blsci rtlfii ute of election t hh h was lllcd with th"flerk Mr Bar rullantme w jstlactdon the nil It the Clerk who rt fused 1 1 chanee his roll when tol'clted t- do so It It understood that during lost week L'tutenant llivcrnnr W IU v as to tirap'iM from here t iue accrtiflratean 1 sen t Itoi In fstt r of Mr Afklin the c nit stai t Mr Will being now actlinOnv ernor dirlnjthe atcnco frit i the taleoffiov Nichols ThU si etile I certtflcutc wns slum 1 and forwirdel nn 1 rl liy last and is exerted to I e hero In time It r th sci in to morrow It cannot beliuet nn onvlejil orotlier returns asunder the laws of L iu !Hna the Gov i rnor i-ues hts com inUnInn t ret rtliles.to nf diction bnst d on the re turns t f the r turning board and w I en that Is done thcpWaoA'Ccasolsntiled lice of con test w a screed nu Mr Darrall andall thccvl lei cr on Ihemiritsof the'easo waswken and is now Iu tho hands or tlie (Jerk or Hie uotisc ami anv at teini t to referto a committee or dtnrhc Mr Par rail of bis schI pending tho lnvcslliratlon of tlie caro on its merits worn 1 1 o in ieiersmiu lee 1'i-csitlt nt heeler'n lews. Vice President licclcr ha,s Ii id a lone; con feieuce wli'i the Prist !- it rckarlhg tie iiolit'cal s'tuatlon In speaking on this subject )cterdiv the Ice I'rol lent remarked that nntw!thtan ling the action of tl o Hi ublicans in Ohio ho stilt Alt that tho course of the 1 nsl lnt Iu recanl t the -nthem Stales was most Judicious, that I e did nrt rcgarl the Presidents tourse as a jx licy hi tas Airlntlj lo f vital Important e to the future pet e ami riwrnj ui iiiuwin'ia rtiuniry 11 tit lit- le it mire assured offio t islim of the PresMents coiirso than ever bt ft re During the past summer he had oi pm unities to rjctrtain the views or the JtcpuhlU Atis not only cf New otk but in all ritrtt of the tountry and that tho feeling w as sueh hat had this eouro not been pursue 1 it would nite cost ine licpuimcauriartv in luvnnus oi tints lie felt con!! lent that the President would la thir uchlv vln Heated in time tn nrevent anv rcrl ousdlsavter to the ! ei ubllctn pirty Ho further said that this was a lime when the parlv coul l ar fold to d i A Utile drifting f ir tho sake of nrlnt Inle lut Ijefiro the next 1 nddent'al comi ilirn the Pres'dcnt would be si fullv tlnd i ate 1 In hlscturse that the party woul) work togdhcr lu harmony tretisthenetlby the more 111k ril element of the Democratic part who arc as much opposed to tl e uiua views wi.niu uitir own rims an tne iiiscoii tentetl I.cpiibl.eaus lu his parly were with the ac tlon of tho President United State Supremo Court Judgment V gainst One of Two Joint Cnntrwttm h Itiir tti Ret overj gainst the Other, No 211 Soaslonits Tobtiton ct al Trror tithe Circuit Court for tho D strict of Massichu sett 1 lila was the auiuuiucmcnt of thooj In ton In a biinkruilcy tasodeelded laic last term wllh leave to lilu ihe opinion theieafttr The tointde cidid Is that iveu wlt'iout sutifacllt n a jiuUnient n.alnst onoof two Joint enntrutti ra Is a bar lo nu aellon ni,aliut lie tthtr wllhln the rule of the courts the can v of action King f haute 1 ii 1 1 matter of rteord whiih bus the ifct to merge the Inferior r mo ly In tho higher But the rule is otherwise where the ron tract or nbllgntl ntsjilut and several tithe extei l that Iho iromloteor ol ligee mav elti t t -uu tho pioinlont or c b Ignrs I Intlv nrsivtmllt lut evcnliithnt inn the rule is subject to Hie llmltai! m tlirl If the ilnlunn oh miiis n J ilnt lul.moiitho tunn i afterwards sue the m t niatilj t r thi'itnsnu th it Hie loiitiait oi bon I h int rginl In tlie Ju I Jim it nor can b main tain a Joint u tlnu niter Ik hasrttnvered u Wtuent nilu-t oiict thu i irllt in sqmiato a lit u its tl c I rite'nf Ju liuuut is a wrlvcrofliisri lit t ipursuo tijiuit uiu ly t.iliriuc I Mr Juxlee Cdlfor 1 do Ueredlheo.ini m lleputy Hoorkeeper. Majoi S K )!iovhu, who wan tcterdav apvilntel di mty dHirketper of tho llmsewas, tin l4 tit I kit CiireiH a di nit) Birg.anl al arms lie wait biu In Carlisle, Pa elucitleiliu tin l Matt md 1 ii anie lu vmiiu man 1 mod a. JMlu c i hid J mmilt't lln wn- dm Ine ll o wur e u of thu editors an 1 sn al eorrespoiuleiits ol ll e IClIH nore Ij A i jr lie w caPetl tie ItaUhnoro U , ilr He has. boon it- din alt t'umbus (ml fir iho k ten )itrs tugti-c I In I mm il ism an I ha com Ilctely I Untitled III instil1 Willi the Deinn ratio partycifthat btate Hit a) p iliilincut -cemed to (io ui ni: ii pausing i iuii IU liic ivti lull van im-ium-ir, as well a to his own tarty The 'swilals all united In coiutra'ulat us toi r 'oik on lle hsjpy m lection he had matte it ma) interest some oi our readers to Lfiow that Major Donovau babatcbelor The Texas Trouble The following telegram waa receltcd at tho ar Office on funday and submitted to the Presi dent at Cabinet meeting )esterday ( hkjigo, October 13, 1677. flfm 7btcnfn' Wainrjfon uen. i -ope senus iuo muowipgi Rucker teleirraihs from Pan Fllzaro en the PUi Arrived here with a detachment lost ev enlnr 1 he mob disbursed to-day hferythlng Is quiet Have had two meetings with members of the mob They n uiiuw inautT ui imp in rnnrjin On the Illh ho teletriat bed from El Paso "Re turned to-day rreri-thin la nutct at flan Kllzaro .li " .,i .: .. '.. vr " .. ".:. ima monnnf tvuaineraijie cxcuemeni is cause u ocre oy tne killing or Card Is hy Howard ) csterday Do not anticipate any serious trouble ' P. II rHERinax, Lteutenant Oeneral Apaebes Coming; Tn. The following telegram has been receltcd at the tt ar Department CiiK-Ano Oct 11. f7nt TlnnMrwf VvhnfJfon The following has Jnl been received from Gen Vow 'Three rlilsfs And IrtT Anaehes nave stir rend'rel AtWInrate and their arms and horses will lie taken frrm liiem Olhi i-s nse evneeferl and probably the whole band of W arm Pprlng Apaches will soon do likewise I have or lered them sent dismounted and disarmed, to their agency at Canada Alinoaa for the present Iwllleommnnl rate In a few days mv opinion as to the best final disposition to be madonf them" i ii enrnmsN neui ucnermi. liroblle and Ohio II nil road Affairs. No 87!) Zelgler et a1. Hays e t al. Ap peal from the Circuit Court for the Southern dis trict of Alabima This s one of three suit begun asralnst the Mr bile and Ohio Railroad Company havlnra common purtmr that of hating the mnrtgnitejl pronertrof the compsnt sold and the proceeds nptl ted tolhepatment of ihe claimant" ifwnnns r-incc ineir insuiuiinn inev nave an Iwen tin nred tn one and are now plead t igether nn amotion to dismiss the arp"M andvaeaie them perrv'ra on the rn in I that no seeuritv fircorts was given when the nnpeal was ttken The cases Involve large amounts r M and V N Bangs for the motion, and Andrews and (lnidln oppose 1 Remarkable. Meclrln Instrument, 5fr Harris Rogers;, electrician of the House, his Invc itc I a remark! !e lntru nent fir register ng neat at a distance which works so well dial stx of them hive r en or lered t tee i laced In the Ticiresnitinvts' Hall It Is calle 1 a ' ihernm-tele meter ' and Us i urtwe Is to ensl te Hi chief enl titer In his oPlie til now at or re the precise de wee nf temperature nf everv part f tho hall an 1 cnmm'ttee-rnnms Tills IsrlVttel hr mentis r fan electrical current ttalnp thmtuli tht nn unt ters toapnlnlnoneier at anv desired dl-tanee a d 'II ttrtel as ncradon re pilres, to resistance co Is In scrlcl In the wells A Nnval Appropriation Item, In tho Vat v Department a catlmatea, to he s it mlttc I with 'ho Prcddeut s messngc. Is ah Item of nilVW for the Amount due -t Hsnian llro of Tendon TheKcrretarv of Hie Navv in hlslelter exi lalns thla ra (he umoui t accented and paid on 1 tils of exehinee nf navy pat m .sters on account nf expenditure fortiavv par A similar Item vt1 be Ineludeil In the estimate for next vear Tie "tTctarv has now under constdt rallon n plan which will In future a vol any such advances Niiperintendent of the Folding Room. Colonel Tolk yesterdav afternoon appointed Mr Rtatn flalet luperlntcndcnt of the folding room In place of A V, Hctcher, of Phlladclthla Mr flaleslapieaonnfthclateMr flales proprietor nunc wirioiiw inieuin'neir mr a number oi years It Is said that Mr Fletcher Is to receive an ap polntnent equally as good as his last one Tlie Rergeant-at. rtns. Colonel John G. Thompson, Sergeant at- Arms of the House, has authorised the statement that ho does not proposo to make any changes In his office He has a cashier teller and messenger. no onnseniienuv is not inucn ooinerea ut ine emeu sccarn Consuls Recognized, The rresitacnt Itu recognized the following1 named consular officer of Ppaln vli Juan de Almlnana onsul at Savannah Luis de Zca Ber- mu les consul at Chariest -in and Alberto tiolcce- enca, vice conaui ai navannsn Tltmv PUappeared. The Light-House Bond has Issued notice of Hie d I fa pi tea ranee nf the automatic signal buoy innoredofr Caio llattens, M C The buoy w HI be replaced a soon as posdule nn lncn Men's View nn National Policy, I1 Afo"!nlel Ireii I Pint ADFLniii, Oct 1. The ctecuHte council of theDoardol Trade met Hits cvenlne A et inmuulriitlou was receltcd frim Ihe Hoard of Trade of C'nciniistl rtHiiiMtlng co-operation In an eftortto liuliiic Congress to rcj eal tho bankrupt laws It wAsrc'tmd Tho renort f the deh gates to (he National Ittnr I rf Trndc was read ThefilloAlig offered bj Mr John Price Weth en 11 was nW fe 1 lentJml That lii the opinion of Hie executive council the I ay Imposed Iv the national bnnklnir act upon the capital deposit and e'rrulatlon of inenaiii rai tiiiiKs isrnerous ami tonus to time capital Into ether channels and should bo reduced an I that A memorial bo presented to Congress to Hint ciTeet Mr fititinoll r'VcvvYnrk addressed the board rcgirdiiglho adjustnitut of trrori lu warLlioimc bondttl accounts with tl o Oovernment Petitions 1 1 that c fleet hoi ttcen slgnc-l In New ork hy lead Ing bcnkirsand nu reliant, and he desired the suned no In thlsclti The reqintst was referred to the special crramll tcenn DrtlT simplification Aljouinel Gov. Haitrnnft and the Pittsburg: firnnd Jnr). Py Assoelatetl Press.1 PnifADriPHM, Oct 17 The Frrntng Telt' ffr )l f Pittsl urg sieclal ns Thl afternoon at 2 otlock argument wan heard lefe.ro Judge hlrk lutrltk tiflhofrlmiiial Court on the application oftheitrant Jur for attachments firit Hart ranft den I-atta and tfci Ilrlnton who dt elined to rc-ioud lilhosubMiiua issind refiulrlngtheui totef-tlf) in reft nine to th latt riots In this cltr Attorney fieueral licur i pcareit for Ihe respon dents and t 'nine I that the) Til tin knowledge txcei t tl at ol tallied in their ohltlal cspacltv and that such coinmumi atloiis vierc trivllcccd He timint dm I lint be WAS law ofticert f the (ntnmnn wealth ami was thu tifllci r to deUdu whether a certain i rlMiierwH a i roper w'ti cu to 1-e exsm inelbv the grand Jurv He Iheref re announced Hint as snt ii ne moih i sniinnw ine apiinatlon f r altachmt uts The c rand lurv was renretenteil by istnnt DMrli t Aturnet Hunter uhorontro terledlho ins cxpretjl b the ttornev (en I era! The court withheld Its dre'Kkm for the present. Religion ltt el uses. IHy orU ed Press I lUlTIMOltF, (ht l"rillrtj six JOUIip hlles from Itiltlmore, I hllu I li 1 la New "Vork Kochi'ler Newark, Now OiUans, c h'cago ni d n niiml er of i ther i lac r rt ct Iv ed ll e habit nf the (iritr of S(hoollsfcrsnf tre fiamo at st Tann church corner AIo,ultt and rjigcr stre ts H 1 nu rnlng The IntertMlng rercniuny t f Ihtir rt citlnn was vvitiesodb) n lart 1 1 njie.ntfmi hit tud in; a luij,e number f H fi lend- and n )i lives of tho povtulu tn t i. win k In tl c main Inj Mass whs ctl brute d in ihe t Iimn 1 tf ilic ton vei t wHch ndj Ins M lanieH ( n A'- iiiltt met during vvh'ch tho iiovhescU t n id mctnt-cr of the coiuinunllj rectlvtd communion ... - J! lii urn ii II I n for Turkt j, by Ass i ti t il I rfits. Xrtr Hwrv, (eiNN . (ht l'n.U evening the s'eamerJthit Mid Mitjii fi u f re 1 1 1 I Ihisrrt hivln,t ii ic fura It lo'm ntun th n fo the Tnrltish iMumnni II siniur J i Wnlkir lUsiittlt ei.iiai n f il liilrH (n i nli m riti is i i l t it I ' w th -I t n. ( f mu n unltlmi the cari Icing v t ic I at ncnrlv Heavv (.ennui II tn't 1 ullnre il S CllI'lP IS Ivi)OS (kt 1" spuitl dispatch fn u Itcrllu tnlhtf i ls I Ik- t lal i - e I !) falluiu if Uli I aftl hi 1 nk i -1. ll In w I irohal v am nut t iver 1 hkiikm uiu L Iln National Hank is utivt i ting son i f ll I niw involved a io jrcvent an extension ol Hk calamity FOREIONNEWS. A QVI1.T AXD Olipr.HI.X 1.1.KTIOX DAY I.V MAXCE. m.appnlntmtnt of llolii HacUon, Id fur!. Th. Pratrra, of th. Kur.pr.il W.r-rTti. Slluallon Around rirru-Co.l of Imlln'. rnmlno A O.I. In th. Onlf-Trontilr la H.U Dotntnro. IHE MEXCrt OECTIOJf. PABi,,Oct 18 The rlrcttOTi, b.vo bn trniull The followlnj hire Uen nermful JulwOrerjr, MoJirtle RrpnUlc.n.ei Prortacntof Uie Chamber or Deputle. Tlce Thleri decreed, Albert Oreyr, Modrr.ie Rn.utllrn Leon ftim! hett. llcpiilllnn, M Knnntt Diirerdler now lb nrliwn for llticllni I'mldeut MaeMthon klodrnte HrpubllAn. I'm! de Cuvti.e Ooverhmrnt rTi dll.tj reelected Inl UUnc, Rullcia Rrtiibll. e.nr M IUinher. noiiionrttn Ooremmenl riuidj. d.te, re circled AlclnM addloon. Modercle Krpublle&n Huron ILnlrmtnn Uon.partlit, Oof rrnment c.ndldtte, (We.tlnr Prince Nuloon the nte member Rarobett. wai clorted b 13 11)2 vote against hfs opponent 1 6U T rin SmiptAii IK& I resent Minister of the Interior, the Gotemment ". candidate for RIberae. lues been re rteeted The Duke DeCarc Mlnffrerortnrelrn AfTalrs. lias been reutned irom Puget Thcncrcs In placo ol M Ixifreve .,Jw.?,1Ur"lcJ'n,3 elghtv rour licpuhllcana and P (Vjnserv stives hate been elected oulof 4OT arronolsement In eleven case second balloting will be neces ssry Tl e result In ten or the Is exi.et ted to he favorable to the Coinerratltes It Is considered probable that tho new ( hsmber will consist of about no Republicans and J10 (Jonscrvatlvc both aidct maAProiNTrn The evening papers point out that both the Oppo sition and the (Jov eminent arc dlsappoinltd tho f irmer hat Ing hord (o return sj Iieputlea, w hlle the latter reckon et I on gaining ion at at Me-aqtr tU tjrVs state that the Oovernment ha gained 40 seat and may ot tain If) more and nig get that the fjot eminent success I sutllclenl to afford an opportunitj of terminating the crisis by mutual concession Perfect tranquillity continues to i retail. THF FIF! D ArTFR THF BATTLE. UiMKif, tht irt Tho Nwlnrr Puri rorrc 'rontlent savs ihn lt.iiiniuirt(.ia Ki.im m k... I gained from ) to M seats hut some of their leaders, -mu iv-ine- imuc if iioucny, vi ( lienrt ail ami Rsroul Duval have tcnntVatnl The tlcclinn are ennui Ii rtKi ii(nturi ie.n in ...!. -... .. talrulated to had to a nue-wal of stife Iho IYanmfr the I hike I Itrotrltc s organ Iaimshat iiftt r Oamtt tu a Is iast that ) Hei ublii an would lie returni 1 the ixdutlloii or thu J.cpul.llcen ma jority Is tlrtunll) a Oovt rnment victory which diet iirayc the ( miservatlvta o crntiuucln Iho I rit ii nugiiraiiu rn ine Hint iMav file lief rut IcVrli a 1 1 !.! tl. u.l...ii. . the Itepul Mean nu jirllv a rd.ukct the fnsolcnce i u fln ' p,,,,,,iri'nctit lo President Mac- "".' i.iiri- iii ins iirevni coune Tie Tcntf while ivlni.ttlng some reduction of the htriihlhan mshrlli conslttrs ihe ilnMini of I-rail! O In futnrrif ll.n Hi rut.II. n. w.n .r.).. i and declares that It will neither bo iiosaible nor tanrmliikll la iv. n.l.t I. Hie Cnsrj(,nBfldviscs tlie Immediate retire mint of thy Ministers The Ttmn dl-pHlch iIa'chI I"arls ml lnlsht give Ihe latest rtturiia showing that UM epublitnnaaiid l'Jl CotlierVntlVea limn limn tnclr.il ,t.l tlt ti.A second bal ot will ho reo,u'rcd in twelve cases THE HOXAPAItTISTS. 'ARTS. Ot lli. t ninl n Ihn hmmlnmil lin. lartists elected Is K iberi Mite hell, an 1 amongthoso defeated are M Dc Maupas and Prince IAren- Tiir VEWA AT THF. CCRMATf CAPITAL. The Jhtitu .VMS dispatch fr'M Berlin sas tho PfirlSOf the ltemibllcnn vtetnrV In IrinmliM. (find there wtth satisfaction, 7nd even relief by all except ultramontane and anclallsls, s a THE TTAir. T s i tTly AsuocUted Press 1 Lovuov, Oct 10 Chovket TasLa tele- graihedonRunday that ho had arrived at I uko- vltiafrom Plevna, and would continue hi march to Orchanle on Monday. , OPERATION AT THE UOPTTI OF THE niVlDE. Vatva, Oct. 13 The captain cf a steamer which has arrived here reports that the Russian floating batteries at the mouth of the Danube hare been bombarding 8ultnn for three days. rALE HUMOR. LoNr-v Oct. 15 -The alhged Hungarian Inva j Ion of Koumanla Is pofitltelj declared to be a hoax OHM AN PASHA' ARMY DtWTITtTTF KoumanlLiis assert that deserters from Plevna rejuirt Ottman Pusha arm) to lo destitute of clothing and ammunition and icantil) provliioft ed Moil an 1 omeera are tirJ of nghtlnz aud sutftt Ing and aro dLsposcd tisurrendtr nt'ftSIAN ADANCM IK ABMEMV. Adviie both from Itiisslan and Turkith source ludlcato that the lltiaalana have oecunfed the atil Hilts, farbaiunaod Klzil lcix whlehwee iibandniicd by Multhtar Posh and are mat eV vt ring for an advantageous ihwIHoii from which to mikca new attack on the Turkish line which are un nn iveu ii uiuu nuttiii nn ijh irigri ABOUT 1LKWA. The tyar ha a special from the UussKn head ouariers at Horny 'tuden w hiih says the Imt-ertal tiiiard have all gone tu Plevna and the zarOwleji will not command them to avoid clashing vvllrl the I rliice of Kn mania A I tenter tclejram rr un Constantinople dated at 10 to this morning suv tflrgraphlc oomraafifca tlon with PletUAliiube-tii re established rillPnTIONH FOR WINTFR, The correspondent of the rfs at GUstora g've a fav orable act ount of Russian r reparations fn ihk wintir campaign stores of corn and fifrage havebt-en laiain atthederiot along the road t.Tt the mud Is frightful O i the road two mile aoutn ofthe l?Iinnltrabrldire It tale c!nt horaenarld twenty men pushing t-ehlnd to get a light wagCn through Tl e ratlw my from r ratwtle lo Mmnlita is progressing rapldlv The Timtif swrial froi 1 tho Raplu states that the IVirte has received lutclllgeiice that the ftiiMlal have attacked Hullno and destroyed part of the tow n, but w ere beaten off tjii: It I HT i.siur.H. Ilevolutlon In Sun Domingo Ilurrleaue at Curacoi. Immense Ilamnge by Ihe Ha, Ily Aasoeliilett Pres 1 IIvan, Ott n Adtlcea from ITajtl to October 1 are at hand. An attempt At rt volution was made at et Marks, on scptcmtrcr S3 I ut tho mot cmc nt w as Immediately su, tressed CofTee was In plentiful suppl), an I uuoted at from twelve to thirteen dol- larspcr quintal A hurricane vlsltfd CnrsenH nnA nololilvlnrr Wan Is on September JA and t auscd great damage Ihewlndtlew from all quarUrs The sea washed nwa ihe lower part of tho town of ttllhctmsult. tirly crcr hoiiselu whit Is known as the lVt rlmaj quarter wo dustro)cd and ihe fortifies l Ion wero In ruins Many families wtre de-tltnie The damagu to proinriy waa estimated at over turn. A Duicli man-of war aud the Dot h schormer Juliet and Sarah were wrecked several lives wero 1ot All the salt ponds In Hie neighboring Is'andsor lionalrc were ruined THF HTORM IN THL ItlLF NiwOku.am Ott li ( a lain Puzsatl of the schoo ler Jennie ttood from Hun tan re)orts a heiiV) (.nit thtrCn-i ttinber J latlng lutniv nur In ur dreat I'anisge wubdoiiv to ilauiailoni all sluiio-the toat rf the ilav 11 in 1 Mine irrra iiM wi n sets lot own down and several ccart I Mil A, Coat nf the Cutiiluc V Threatened TTa. Itj Vainc' met I lnsH.1 IiNiMN,()it ll sjiteial tlipatth from ( iKutta Hthe Tinti sa)s it iststltnat d tin t H o fimltiu wIP eost iho In Pan diiirmeit llfttrn in I Ion pounds ( xilutlvc nf the 1 ssi f revenue ami ihirli direct i flee U ll Is fearfl (hat witrls lm iiiiiiiut between tl m llrlllsh and tho meenf AT V.I aulstiiiiind tho Khauof Ko'al In toi M'ju iuo f tin h tat lun ifallrlitrh f rec at (,utt n In I il Kchi-tiMi ivhlilithu Khan aul nucr tin true to nn iu Ihe permuiiei t nttupitliu f H at louutrv, Ihoukh tlie fnrti! ut Qiutla is . utv I t iv iwedly umaii t-iort to l hi I ritlsh resi.h m sM nt, tt the Micro dul ires it maiuiiu nui Hit i Is a intfsur) meuKurceif Iniierl4l i lit y fhuAnu-er f MkhunlMan is itgcillaitiu with heat and Ikh nhee t h'efs f r ihe imfhle euloi or ihe Hr tlsh f r whli h he olftrs his help d wurns the MiATi thctthtlr continue I resviiii means cusn ninl absorption Hcimlor Moitoii ut llouie, tit) Asa. Ut it Prwss.1 Induniioiih, (Kt l"Seuator iroton wa rcmived frim lUchniout to his home In IhU , elty to night without any unfavorable result.