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VOL. XVIINO. 817. WASHINGTON, P. 0., MONDAY MOItNTNG, NOVEMHER 10, 1877. FIFTY CENTS PER MONTIL flfe WHAT THE l'REACIIKRS SAID pltlliV NOTEH Or ThSTEItDAT'S SLll' MOSS, . at Calvary lUpllst Church-Chap. Iain Harrison At Mount Vernon I'lnce riiui ch An Interesting Sermon kt Howard Viil versify. Brvlce-nt Hon aid University. Ytalenlay afternoon ut 5 o'clock every Beat In thu Iccturorooni was occupied Ilov, E. Whit tie ty, by request of llie president, Iter, W, V Put ton, ho w iu nlrtenl because of tcrapcrar) sicklies, preached an eloquent discourse from Ails, ixvl, 2S. The speaker, after remarking tlitt It I the view of many writers that Agrli pi ww lit earnest lit mine the words lit the text Hint he Jilt the forco Of tho argument prcHntcd, and that on tho other hand othtr hold that he uttered them In derision of Paul acirneMnovi.sald that thore persons who aroAtmoftClirlatlaiiBmay be fiind In every con- frcgallon. They have correct view a of ndfgioua ru It and duty from parly e Iticntlon or subse quent nudy. They admit the eslMenoe of God and the authority or hl word. There Is no con trol erty In their Mind alul the grcatiiei, holt ntvs and rlghteousm-M of Jehovah 'I hoy arc fully cnnvlnccdof tho Blnfulneasor men and that It m t cry dinner s duty to repent of liU sins and aban don idem forever There la another characteristic of thU class In that they make some attempts to ilw the nteanaof Irace and prattle moral duties They read tho Ubloandolhcrrollul Mistook! keep the Sabbath outwardly, aUtnlnlng from ordinary work and ot serving the customs that are appropriate to tho dav, they attend public worship with A regularity which rebuke some who profcun to bo In the king riomofUod Open Immoralities they are careful to avoid Pro run tt and uncliaite language neicr pollute their llpa; dishonesty and meanness they novcr practice llie character of tlicso almost Christiana Is In some rispccl Ruod We cannot help but reaped thom Vepeak of them as having good prlnel pk and iron! feelings Jtut though this can bo aald with truth lit their favor, ) ct we cannot sup pose nun person to be In a state of holiness. They are better than abandoned sinners but they are w t In union with their Maker They are near but not In the kingdom of God Tliey are tlnko by the wicket gate," but they hate not pawed through Thesinaker then showed what the prospects of this cl are In one respect their proiiuare more hopeful than thopeorothttr Thty hav o not todo thmugu iho whole procewior mom I cduca tlon The work ofuuleanitng evil In a very I aln fill rorcM. They hav e leu to unlearn than those who have long been addicted ti )uars of vice They aro thcrcfire most likely to ovcrcomo evil mid inter tho kingdom ol (hid The history of churrhcaand roYlvals confirm this hope. vhIlo inanjr v (citrus of vice, who were rockltss ncglecte ra of all religious dullra and ollen opirof (J al tnve Ueti converted HI will known that a very largemajority or converts aro from oilier cIuah-. 1 he accounta of revivals which owe to us from Week to week tell un that marly all those who be come CI rMJun are from the bubbuth-achools and from j lotiafmnlllpa TheiwkTmfd In coneluIon that It was a so tloua nutation that Bonn permn may ninaln nil Uielr lit) near the klngdna of (Jod and llimlly fall to t titer It The welTfirv tho useful im nf uai h one ofusluthe world and nUnoalt, our duty to God nqiilreut itakodccUlic Ktcn whUhMilWeitle tin. quMl'li Of our Mlrltual CltlwiiJ-liip It U iieittiiiiittlitnorsafv toLe cnly ali.iLt Lhrlnlani The CoiiKrrctltloiiHt Church. UuU cdirtco vtsut unitHiully troll filled y eater day moniliiK, and among those lu attendanco wcro man) of national reputation. Ker, br. Hatiktn preached from Itf brews, vli , 18 ''Hholi mado notaflor tho law of aiamal com in&udidenl, but after tho now er of( an cndlisa life ' Thla, said the j eaker, n ft ra to the priesthood or tho Lord Mui thrlit,M dlftlnguUlf?d from tho 1Itlfil prIcsthoHl One ( onlrollcd the votaries ythlnps kreii and temporal; hUxkI tn rtiiatR aul drink, (rrei1ni-a and ordlnam ca, lu cfTering often tiro en thoaamo saerlfltti Iho other control Its otartea ly tlilntr" not ncii oriternatj ftund In ftitcrTerlDsfor aln Ai d then lathe ame dlfer nic tttwttn the i otarlea as the prleMthoodv The dlRcrcmo It! ween the .iralnlnjr which comr from thw taw of n taninl commandment and tho power of an endliSH life: between the Lhaiaitir of oiuMvtm roflti In Intlltutloiti and or II nan ec and thatof one who Ihci aa ctnlronod as lllu mined and Inspired by eternal surrounding, li aliiut Inralculable Sir KoUrUald, Trut not )ourself to any man who tells juile does not bcllnctua (lodor a future nfurdmth" ?y did he fay thlof Wkh It lor tliLfuLoof the doctrlncn7 It oa beiauic liUcbstnatlonof min had led him to Ulletofttu Leunsafi' He hailaecu that men need the In flu cuceof UILn Inn that thej will Iho lit rufter; tlmt tliclrhtreiiftcrwlll IrtjendlekJi and also tho kjltl mate outgrow th of their harm tcr hero There In mutmni.Mer) aolemu and einreIp In tho Blmplo fact ( f lift Ut death bo an eternal ski ik ItUnrerlous thhg to lite eui through thin life. 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Hind tin nx ainan U. lu the hitudlo of earthly life, with lamllj, friends anritora, ioa WriOl PHttlnff U tiiminui nl hi ilui uikiii In litullaiia and laws shaping tho (tcHn; J. lis country, aflittlng the de tfuhsot other (ountrk; how ran ft man kofc united icgord llfg wuutliiK lu dlrnlty and erioune4r Add now to llli the tletnent of etcmltj, tho IhouKhtthotlhtN lireindi lua lift. hkh iuer ends, and that lluvw. cterlostlug jiars ore cum It tlonedupou llfi here and whit ulllcthtiiT Tho cplrltuai II fo of tho mnu t hrM Jcmis mi notel and froundiHl In ekrnitj And tho ilemtnt of eurnlty jthedlMlnrtlve one In Ills kindoni And Hv tauaht tlmt tlnntrpntof lolrltiml llfintinmi- inon mut Im tl e holkhtt of itcrnlty us Iho fountain of uiutnuty in nun mi irnm in i riAiiro li f-priliRS luthoh'IU Take thollfoof aaolliert the ramp life, onuinii n i-Ihu' InliT ltaek of tills U ihollli ofaiial'ott tndtiiiArid, aiethegredt pill i lulus of vvuifiii, uiu mi; iigiiii hi mnii j ii p i ike uwny the- (Muiinon i Itui 1 hcitc dignity lib mint menial duller tit ally, add t til "l etemlt,and then tl at thlt fterilllV lit Dili' HUWli mil nut nm tin r imiua ami this I all weiKid. to coinjili to tin, com t tlon of It. HMerltlkU attempt to destioy thoMml I ut there la no llng rl I of Identity, nn Ulnif rid of tut c.v.i.iu(iuii, tuu nvurunvo ii iu muriniiiy. to change one man's llcntlt) with thatof auotl er uirtii Minuit.il nuirvgei iiuem nil hmioiiji) ofmoral iTOirnmenl IVaih doeiiuit tiLfnornto Itonl chaugts the lace and I hi Kiirritiuillngt nf iiivHBiue iiu1 iiim litre incfjw'tiktr ttoxn wuii wonlKof cutoiiriikLtnent to any who would put thtlrlheti under the in wen f rli.tnal thlin,! bm h lieatouldit( t be a failure Wv, too (ould hh, In some H.un "1 Iuim UuLlud the work hkli thou t txttjueujiiu." Calvary Itnptlst Cltnttli, Rev. A. V. Mason prtatheil ycsterJay from the tet Matthew xxl,ldandl9. '.Mid when tlio thief i r'ctn and Krlbos saw the wonderful th'ii,N tl at ho did and the ilnldrcn t r) lug In tho temiieatnl uyitiK, 'Hohonna to thoajior Jiavld,' thty wire ftredl-ileasel and aatJuutoltlui, Hear fit thou what lluv navr And J.tmi iivtd nut i tlKtti, ia 1)hc )lii ncwrrvud out of llie ni'mtlis ii imiirn nuu uiiiiit iiibii nasi iicrrtcuci prabcr ' Iho Mtraker Oltened with an elaLorAtadiMrrlif tlou ( f tl ti Joiimc) of Chrbtt fnnt Ikihanr, v Iho way tu i u i nnc i j jt ruxAiom iniilUR innijoiir ney thu h- I k took up aiM utu red tin-1 rv of II i annua to Tiusiiti of liaildl' and thl the thief firieHauiunnirebUke uiilti Mm crt irtujolnul lu hi ery.anltl ej ivero alarmed (.Jirlnc little fir tho huajuior a ilcklo luidtllude, thiy were jit ahrcwdinou(,h tore ogiily the powtruf relluion ution the ttiindior ildltixn fie (ear that wai Justlll I I vthe fiutthut wheu.twtiiiy yeHrnnfur. ward 1 mil hUol theltiM lplUt t hurt h at Ji ru Mkm JtinnicoiiMnitiI liu jJlu.1 thmi Ut.t'ur, hiwiiiutj tlioinniKltiift le Jt'wilmio UUcuhI ' IhL'fhJi tlt.ns or ihtchUf prleala art imntltolcd In lln tivhti nrd mm of Hi In era nluto Ami Herod. Ill tho UonitiulvMaiidlundcI li.u.oned Imndn to tidudoourli lie- fro utheiuhlk sh U TIil iiriLar Hull road from ( int fif Ihniovt tm.L. uicd In tho JtoRiaiilut schnolj tovhuw thof ilnel ti jil' IHIH4I ittKiuHtu iitvui tit tuirtr luunu Ol ill tru Ion 'ih sjHjiHtrtouiIu lednu it I arks t ythowltiif that ( hrM miu tt ned tl o i-olu y r r cd icatlng tho children In theeveri trrth hiuiwlth anapiLalli hln church U bund ilmtr elforu to hulldlnif tip tho Fabltttli-fcili hiI cau-MJbj all laudftt lo ni'aut that th)oiui4 within Ut luitiieiiiW itii U taught lu tit liible the war of truth an I rlglituou'uieu IteserilpefujiKludfd with thu btlm of two nientht rs of it e hat bath M-l m t In tl o Sunday -hnulsof taliary lUuilnt ( utirrli the ailttidaiiou yrtfrdar was 'fit. Vdeepicl Jou.4 fuicrost it iLaulfwed In IhoHhooU Assembly Churih. TliNchurcli Haaruoro Uit.ii nnllnirlly will attei ded justerday oiornlng to liearlu inwtnr. Uc. Mr little, Hik dlacourae was bacd upon Iho nordl1,.nd th ugl Ihelxirdglto you the breal pfadtcrltv and the water of an let ion, yet shall nttthy tiKdtrs 1-e remnrcil In a twi cr any more hut th nuiyod ihall fro t i) teat hunt and thine eaiaahall I ear a wtrd .i'ii I thru faying. This It the way walk ye In It He I -jii bv aa lux thalmp(ruut truths wurefrNiuentlyj rvm ntod to theitlnd fvttCHua ofpktimw andttUd tie I opirr hi twiivji mt renM nicurrci ine unr tlilhuf Ialah umi ii&niiiitu t of the do pttrtuhi of OkIi chlldi m, aud desvriUjd many ways In which they had denartcd, that they liad Kcome robolllous brlboil their concIcnro, and en d(aored lo Bet naltlr tho teaehings ofOod uiituim nriira uirm oi inetr course, tnireaiea them to uttirn, and drlied them of the better way, ifthaiA mcatu failed tho only way left waa Mnily to wait until ilicy would of theniaelrean. trn and when they cried out In aotiy.then lie w ould ausw er. Ho does not how ever, rt ik?e them of tho natural rwulis ofa nbtlllous coutae again t his law and cntreati, but Ills mercy comes to men and It ad t hem to tho blessings lie lift In More When flgnln rctnmcdihe tcather'aadmonltlousare hi fled err n thouch tllttaMeful truths are told JholastdauReof tho text cnntalna a beautiful proMonnftlods law, "A voice behind us," sent by a loving (lod to Uiomo who are erring. Thov would rcM oppdMltlou, refuro adlcei hut this volto from Ulilnd, with It plain, tlmrly wnrda words which cannot bu Bitten rl 1 of. -Tlils H tho way, walk e In It," U m const tent, ulrflnle, tamest Hist thp turn mid Ailtnu tt Utintlio trrlng children como bat k thus, and are ready t any to tht lr Idols, ' Wo thco bonre," they aro run ly nf iiiui nun tun jmiv ui rcsi, ana nine me juy nu t-faceof a return, and In ntiirnlnvfltHl rant rn aatcd Ht. Jolin's Church, Corcetown. At tho morning service thocougrcatlon wis farorod with an address from the Rev lluati Rov Pcolt, of the (hurch Journal, who spoko of the worn or trie Church or England among the lower ctaaaes Tho reverend gentleman alluded to tho re Ival of religious life consequent upon the Ox fiirdinoromentol some years ngi, and allowed Its practical remits In Iho establishment ofrefirma torv Institutions of arlons klndu an 1 In ihn Mm ot work that was now being done to bring tho tluHpcl to tho poor and the outcart Mr Hcotlhav- mg Kpeni reverai ycrs in rugiaud, and I tore espe cially In tho city of Imdon, was able to sjeak from his olerrstlon and experience and as a con sequence his remarks wero Interesting In the ex tremo Trot J Remington Falrlamli prcMded at the or can. and rendered soma nf (Jut niioirint nf hit twm uom posit Ions The rector condurtod th afternoon sort Ice, aud poke from the text' M. Johu,xll,k Mt. Vcrnnn Methodist Church Honth. Rev. I)r Harrison, tho new Chaolaln of tho noiicofRepretiUllcs,ocui'ptedlhepulpltoflhU cnurcn yeiteroay morning He spoke of tho travels ofTaul, and gave a line dewrlptlvo and hlttorleal account nfthe countrywblck Paulsawa ho stood On Mara Hill. rhc Ktrnum was written In t ilinplc.srholartr atvle, and delivered lu a nam rat. free manner. Mr iinrriui la a mnu oi aunui nur, wears a mil ueara, slightly sprluklod with grey, and la of rather a 11CB) UUI1U, rirat rreahytrrlan Ctmrch. Owing to tho una void ablo lOwenco of Pr. Sunderland, the pnlolt of tho rIrl Pivtbvlerlaii Churtli was filled by the 1'n.J T Ktllv, a former mcmiitr oi me Huonur school t this churth Many of hi old friend aud com paid ms were liiL-n-iii. iiu nji'i-,i i" w tioepiy luveresufii Mr Kelly pre u ho I mi allejinrj'impiclvo sermon, tBiiiK " " w uie nnuiiu rirru ni iiiu iniru CllSDlerofBt John, and at thn nlrwin wn rrmirrniii latOd nn hi HUQRiWl OH an lrtnni.iit nf link Irmhi Ul IVIIglUU. Catliotlo ntefl. At St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, corner Tenth utid Q ttrctti. there h a Mtor. now Blaler Marina liflillton, who was at.acuod to the a)lum thirty ycers ago and Iu.3 flute bten at rinmetu burg, Md . where ! t celebrauvl her flfikth annl vtrsarj alwut ten year ago Mio has tvn called fill tlV TIP .1 II ltl.ibn VlnH I ltr.1 Unn..... I K llsney, William 'it, Ward, and many other ji in i hi.-ii i iitiEcua Two Iwnullful ataluca have lattl bcenpurohavted for St Augustine a Church one of the Hucrud IkartofJus and another of the Cbed Virgin Mary and hate been pUewlon Hie side altars dedi cated tJ their rcipectlte dnvotlona. Jathcrluchfi rl. lalerrolucIal or the Domini eailS. HllO UU IiPTh last lip-t nn Mm tmtf In M.iw York, lett Ian Thursday, tathet Koone) the sue cewtor of rather Dlnnlmn, is not expected here for m ntvn ut iv I iinj ajib rather Pyo Vealc S J , lately at Trinity Church neorgetnwn. has Utu anMluid as pot-torof hi Inlgoo,Md .and look with him Rrotl.tt Givflnej, a f ,iuiahiI .! k Tui.Ua I l...t. .-,..J..-1 .till ' w ii , hi viiiii ri ri, 4 uiriu nun li . HJ'UUI lllll. The marble altar In the new Ultatl n Academy hancl la nrarly tlnl-hod and will bo dedicated by Annblnhop Gibbons after he hat received tho pal Hum. C HA It tl EH A a A ist tiii: costM is- It ION tUt. Mr. I'M Hip l'ujs III Respects to Commit almier I try tin. WiitiNOTON I c NortmbcrI7, 1177 Ihn S H". Hvm-i, thiiman Vwate ttmntfJre m DtiAtctolUuiM! Sin . I notice In the Fmht Star of tho lrth Intantthat Mr fl.lt nrjaujnhlidtfrnoof him self from the thargM made agaliifct hlrutymjecir and other? fllipantly teftrs to"the author" or tho ihnrn'csagalusl hi in an happening to lie dUchirgid men thinii'thc, who can K-arccfy U regarded a Impanlal JudDC4of thttrona lldil ty und tomi Unty" MJ It over ootHir to Mr Uryau that he Is now ht ldlng an oHUe to which he ha net jet been ton tinned, mid Is hlmrt.lt Fltoplj In athr,alla ion tlilloii, fruiiiuliltlilioUvory likdy tuciHrgcln the nape of n dlcl artd mauT" aud atmrdhur to his own d iLtrlur, he tan starcrlyU- rcgartl don an impartial Judjeof hUown Jklellty an 1 tompe tency '' Asa fH)clnunof Mr Hrftn fidelity aud coin jt unci to till thUt nil t'Ui wihh le aplrthiJ thatiiplutiphlptif onoJiimllmn Jailor, In hi dtv fense, In tontf kuous litis man Tin lor had a lu'l agaiiiNttholJUtrUt amounting to ii7T, which he dtltboruttly raUud rrom that uniuunt to 5J WW, -after the manner if Misri rwwd aud Sweine, t a Idlng ilajs labr, wasous, cartt Ac. w hkh had tiuuxUleuto cxttptou pnptr. Ilothei with roalko aforethouglit, aworo to this bl.l thertl) ad Hug pcijurj to robbciy, Ho was only prtiuttd frou COIIKITIXU T1II4IMUIIT0V8 ttOUT by Iho viglluuio ofouo of thu ' discharged mou" t whom Mr Ifnan alludes Mr. llryati Is fully aware of lhciu fuels He alio known that IhU mat Ur was rekrred Ui tha I nifliiLcr nf tko til-itrlcl who retumwl tlio lncr with the nconi men da lion that t rl mint I brotMtdlnga bo commtiict.'d against Jouuthau 1 aylor 1 lie matter w art then tv firrtdto thu lato Mr Htaiituu, at that Unit DiMrkt Attomej, who returned tho i tpcrs, rvtouiiiiiiidlug that tho luse Iwreftrrcd tollie I iitietl suites Us trk tAlK mi y for hli ulllclal action tint of mtn fur It.) lor or favoritism' tifsomt. kmd imfutihor atllnii hnsbtu taken With all Ihceo facta Ifore lilci Mr Drjau sUttM In his dekiistt (hut ' Jonuthan 'las lor Whig the lovttt hiddtr (Ilia sjHjtlflLiiHoii lulling for Interior naUrlal) fr a certain jlvusut work ulr play tlo li.iukd that he should haoll.aud tli&t ho or any othirmiui btiittgthu lowiD-t bkHir shul 1 always ruLCluacontrart if In his iiowur to gHe It.' 'Ihw may Ik the faiorl Uia,1 but triliutatu and de fend a UMiniiotiuutrucUr, caught fit tho ail of ihtallugtH Dliltkt looks exutdlrcly Uko It My n-uiotalfrom nllke was undoubtedly caio-ed by my Iwite-tefturls t) propel iho JtlMrlct from bud g ' the hel 'eas proy nf tho unsirupuloui i or inoraiila rtrened toby Mr llrjan and thorthy bo t nabltil to ' II. e and laW In thai puruatiu.phurti towhkh hetiRraot.full) alluduv Very ruicitfully, ) irobo lit id acrvnnt, J W IIIUUFJ Tin NuihI CtiiistruoUirsI lp, TheNoifolk Vitjiman thus crillilzos the conduttoftho l'nldiiil In thu oxetutltm of UU chll seniti prturamuie Uitii Mr llaM luodlilsln"tnictlou to the of (.vials hi.lillngolhioundir hint that tltilstrvke wnn tol-jluimtforth reriigiilitd, and that promo tlons were to bo made uenrdlng to Midori ty aud mult, wt had htipposod It tncimt Ut apnly to alt do iMrtmintool ihe llowriinienl and liavo tin ru lore IiKkfd Mr a t haugo In thu lkirtau of tXtusirui Hun and l.talr oflte NhV) lH.inrtuiciil The triilor nflUer finllluil tnhao tlaige of that Ituroau It fftjitaiu l it ward llurtt but he vs urora thulu lftl(,atiiigCoimilteeof the lft IIoum out the m-outf tlintttmmkleea.tt tho inauagemtiitof thoydrtUubdrhlftthtigu wasiiot auih that Ida a ) intiiitut wi'Uld 'rt.iigthit tho proeut admin H ration, and we aro Informed that he does not, at liU age.de Ire tht are and dutlia oUiuh a punl tlon but sm h Is not the taae with the neat oni ter In rank and stulotfly, tapUlu Thomas U ttulib lalvof Hil tlty a courteuu geulli man and onuwhoM) crltokiic) cannot for a liRnient be quebtlnmd us iho lai-t Hoii'e (omnilttio on Naval AiTulrs i mloned him A one of tho miwt cxa t and coiiKtlfulltus of publk otltient wl u linrmM;d ll mi with the Ulkf that he guarded the publlo Interest with tho aanu jealoufcly that a virtuous iit n pit Utted the honor of his family " J ho pjjtutntmoiit of such a man, who ha shown by his futiruw adioii agaluit ul ihlm ihat he will tokrate nonpar thtm, would not only strtngthtn the adiiiiiiklrulUiii but It would glo holli-o tu nil that Mr l(a)emuinluutuhh totalk buttnatt Then uiiliy dt mands thai lhi Kst oillcera and Lhone who bate in tho pact shown ckau hamU ami fi.arltvB(U n .'iall hatidlo the great amount of iiuue whh iiymrly paMS through auih oninr Jy rit,ht urnlorlly tho i-tltti n ofihkrornie Hu rtatiui (Antratlltii and Ittulr Uduet (ap'aln Wtbl and tin iileju-tlie wt uMaknu tlltUie I Is aprxlutmei L I i hu Uquslllled noiic tan que Hon, and that tui uiurctl of Hio 0 uri. nn.nl ro-uulr-wthaKMviettai r men of hb character aud standing nouecau doubt. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. Doizai of thu EMwvrnr. Attn L 1.01$ LAW II nilASCIlLS. Information Onthered at the Capitol, hi the Departinei ts, and About Town by the Re porter oftho Nnllonal Kepubllran, IlepuhllcAti Heuitfirlal Caneua. The IfepuMIrnn He no tors held an adjourned cam us on Haturday lo liear the rt port or the com in I Hoc appointed at tho provlous caucus to wait uron tne nesident Heuator Anthony itrcMdexl Henatir FMmundi made a report of hi Interview wuii mo r resident sjstanuaiiy as it was reported In Tiia lU.ptmLiCAN of Thumlay morning last. In commenting upon the roult. Senator Ed mund Is reported lu hao said that there was no rtamiohtiietefr inicr that the Trea dent In lendeil any chance In hl methods of appointment kt ( fllcc it rcemocHo him that, so ht as anylhlng miiiiumiiiiK nnn vim t VI IIUU IIILTU HM rtRIlT nothing to report upon Mr Hayca had listened to them with clow atuntlon, and was apnarentlv de sirous or meeting their views In tie matterofait polnlmcfns whtmoer they did ntt tlah loo vio lently with hta own. Ho hadshen his reasnna for appointing UemocraU to the Itraslllan mkalon and thomarshahhlp of deorgla. and had assured the committee that while ho bad nerer meditated a w hulocale holco of Iemocrats for oDlee, he would not reconsliia his at tlon believing tt baed on good reasons. Mr. Ediuuuds did not think there waa much to hope for Senator ( hrlatlanry made the principal speech In defeinoorihe I'reMdenta tourw lie attributed to tho President the moat patriotic motives, bol lov ing that ho was actuated solely by a desire to ad- anco tho bc-t Intercut of the country No resolu tion wasi fTered on tho suhkcL nnr waa aiiT-ditfl. u I to action taken, but there aceined to bo a tacit understanding among thie whuarerpponotl to the lnnldeiits policy that they would mtmil matter to ahaiio tht msclvos In tho futuro t cforc suTjcstiug and Insisting upon a po-dUte course ofaetlon. On one imatlon the caucus wnsngretd and that was In relation to the loufsiaua SeuaUirihln. the Democrats harp ha 1 It lu oonu mplation 1 1 offiT a resolution discharging tho Uomm Uco ou 1'rlt llepoa and HcetloiH from tlm furthrr i onulrtcriitlnn r.t Mm JiOiiUlanacawi so as to bring them directly before tided Uiiaiilmouilr In rtxTHt Itiln. ami Ihn rntnniU too will carry out tlio deslrra or tho majority, as exprtSHod In the caucus and Inquire lukt the whole ?,utatlou rclailng to tho df factt character of the eglalatii'o which elected Kodngg And thiy will ahnlnqulroliito tho facuaa betwetn the Packard ail NithoU gi)eniment. In ordi r to determine how forjudge Hoft ird naa auy JjbUfloutloii Pir vtkinti "i' a t,iniill J lilt' 'Oh The RepAul of IteAUiiiptlun, The autl-roaumptlonlnts In the Home of lUirircnlomes met wlthatltwk on fi turds r At )cot they did m t det cl )p Kirength enough to successfully rciNt Mr Kwanu'a toot Ion to go Into Coniai'ttentf tho Whole on tho Purls rxpnltl n bill s hlle the vdIh on that qucttou cannot bu rigaTum tvtn wa-i oi jurrnpa, ikh.jum netcrai pro ii'Miin ri mui ro-iunfm'UIl Vi'llill to gi IUW U0IT1 mU'cfof the Whole, It Is ttevcrtho et true that Mrrs Kwlng U icki er, aud the principal loaders lu tin ilhut fir repeal were cxtoodlngiy anxbus to bring Iho bill up Sptaker Rand ill havlngmadc n rutin j a few days aithat the exec tlon In finer of at i roprlal.on lillsapplk'l ttolht-rn than tho regular hllN from the Appropriations Coiiimiltttc, Ir. hwaun was urgt. I to Intcrtrfmc tho Id I from his comml leo as auainn then peal bill The lloiiw not only dccldod 1 1 tako up Iho h x position bill, hut al-o to allow four h mrsgontialdtUueonlt Onl one hour has been so occupied, and It may licsafcly l redtt ted that the debate will not lo limited lot hu three hours rit ro main 1 rig, but that much moro time will bo occupied under the the minute rule TherefltimpllonMt want to di lay action ou the repeal b'll as long am ptible. Iu ilils they are not aitaated by mtrefnetlouaiuaa. 1 hey claim thst Hioy havotf'hiod slrongth, wh'Io tho repeal tarty ha bull tor respond lngl wcakenod aim a t'io de 1 ato tommence 1 and taeh a Iditlnital dnva dobate. It Is claimed adds to their htrenjrth. Rcsidus tho K i position bill thora la the deficiency apj roprlatlon bill rtcently reported by Mr. Blngle- n-ii, biiii n iiivu mi; iwianui uj ni kliy lime, lO the exclusion of thu reoal bill There- are there rule man j Impodlinenu lu Uo way of the autl resumption libi 1 h( v threaten In i iAcver tj r mi cut n.i. Journmeiit until tho bill H pauo 1 und It Is do iht iui wm-Mie-r inwru ran vc an a ijuurnment till week Jo-dartho Biatea will l called lor Dills and Joint resolution for rufirenco, after which It "IUlio In order lo niwte tninpend tho rule and Iheiohailanon hind to let the seiiKO of the llotivomi rc-tumpltou Ij offe-In a rcanltitiou tJ siioppiidtherukaau Ipii-nlhuh II Of cmr Mr I wing ha no hopo ofgilt'ng a two thlnl otc, but the nill-call will tUVflup how much If any majority thu rcpeJl men ha o jn the Hjuu,aud they will by ab'e to mt accord i ;ly Committer Work. Tho icitrescntutlvi of Ihe nrlou Pacific inllrt ads nude furtlor a"BtiietiU before the But ato JtidUIary (ominlike on Saturday, lu faortf tluproposltldi for iHllkmi'itof iholiidcbtcdiiea to the (iiiummei.t, which they submltie 1 to the tommltkoiartj lait neck Tho nly new fiaturc was tl.i.l Uie ak Tir llto additional jenrs f r until 1W10 In whit It Ui tl sehargv their dues In ct-e the (loviriuoent diFin i ol tit ai 1 1 1 1 tlm l.ilm n ciicysueiofalx inllllon acrtof land , 4-ijt.iv-r i:inii roriif), iiiiu t rapo mo inuenm untteuof the Ho ifo C'nuunitteuo i Pn reign AlTuIrs. u.ipnliitod tniomldtrthe Mcxkau ImUniulti run I y ncii lull huaid aiifiiineut, m huturduy, by Mr 1 lues ou behairtf the' Mtxrfau gincriiinciif.rn I by (Joy I- 1 Stanton ou behalf ii certain claim ant 1 ,io Honale Committee on Putct tahiurd ftirthcr arguments nisaturdiy, with rtkn uco to llie put poiedbllt fornn I don t f the ja-tnt law Mr ltjmond if thlt ii ;o smko in npr.ltlou to ami Mers Ugtttaud ligo. of this e t), In in or ol. the UK a-1, le The rm mud MnViitutlun ot Mr How lit, of Vcw ork fir Mr lotiirou the 1'ittlrli I'uiln ad C-nn tnUlee cxrlteacoiittderablemmmeut lit In ten ted tlrdiM and It Li nwirted that lu tiuc of such a contlnguiic). the cuiiiinlttco will select Its own chairman, which It Is said, will bo lone other than (lov Ihrotkiuorton ANjw Matue Tor !h NhUouhI 1UI1. A marble frtituo of do., Willi ua Klug, tho first OoMrnor of (ho Sta'o of Maine low readied the Cnp'tol ami will be placed In osltlon with the other PlaU rontrlb illons Iu tho national hall of statue, tho old hall of the Houxc or representa tive today rhoMUuoU by flmmous, tho artist whoexocuted tho fclaluo of Roger Williams, con trlbuted aomo time sluco by the blate or Rhodo Inland Uilho tollcctlou The iirtwent statue ha t Ik Itud Iho highest com inundations and la)dto tw tho line t work or thoartlwt tlocruor Wllliain king whose memory bMiinctuaudliitliisniaiiucr, was born at Kaiboruugn Ma-HH,rnow Mai no) Feb ruary7. I7M was a inuulter or tho MasMichuKlU liOgUlaluri Kmiae.ir. ktok a prominent art In thu religious lretdom act, aud was thu originator ol tholiuttermentait Hu advocated ihu hcpuratlnn or Maine fron Ma hrcIiun-IU, whit ft was ctktlid In IM'i, was prwj deiitoruietoiitfiiiluii whkh fiatntd the conMHu tiiu.antl was its lint oovernor In ItUDaud Sil, Hu was t ulted biattscomioliwloncr f r tho adjuat mentor t-paulch claims trom IBJt to l-t andircu oral of militia and collet tor of outturns alltith irfinlKUOlsjl Ho ded at Rath June 17. Uii. IlUsialuolsciiiilrlbuted to the national toilet tlon by tho HlAlo of Maine lhol)rtof the two for whkh room I provldod by the ait setting apirttheold hall for tho rt ccpllmi of two MhIUiI of eminent meil from t Ch btalu of tho Un Ion Vho ArtuylllU. Tho army appropriation bill lnu gone to a lominltteu of conreruiiiu, but the dlwigreelng votes of thotwolloii'vcauroof suth acmnparatlvcl) lin material clmrochr that thu difrireiitoa will toon be MiUlcd flio prhiclnal mattf r of dirTercuce, not only butwoim the two Houses, but butwetu tlie parties In tho Ifousoof Rcprtatutalhc, wo as to the alren;tlior the army, Tho Himso had fixed the number aiiO.OOO. The benate IncroaolH to ii.OOO, and the buuate amend men t was rout-urml In by a majority of Tour IhU renU was brought alfiut by the ld ot eight Hcmociatio otcs All of the lexas du.egatlon, execit Mr Itcagao, matther with Mevn I uttrell of California l llainsof Michigan and Williams of IK laware voted Tor the ii OX), and to say that the other Democrats, andepoila") thoau or iho Committee on Approprl at ions, aro mad about It. scarcely couve)S an Idta or their Ailing They had made tht reduction to Ohooja party meanure, aud on rildaytilght mt Miigtrswtre sent to all the lhmiotraU noticing Hum to be prom it lu thoir aitemlauee otiKHtur lis j, a the army bill would bo brought up early In the day, Thoy did not all otaty Ihe sum uuus, and thu Itei uUlcaas won the victory. The Juy Ciutoni-lloue Coini illusion Thti Itllh and sixth rtnorU of Juy CouimU slou, Iiitutljallng thoaJTairtoriliu Jew York C M ttuii Homo, I now lu tho handj or thu SecroUry of the I reaoury 1 iu-o re mi U aim to to plans for a reduction of cxptntuf ot ihunfili minder itio ) ro Cut oran I tt lou oji I to jroinr legislation that might laj had In providing fr iutureiuanagoiuont of tho cuitoin houao FOllTY-FIFl'H CONGRESS. tpeclal Se anion. SATtaDar, Nov. 17,1877. The San ato wo not In session to day. n ova n or m mKsnsTATii ra Mr ATKIS. from the Committou on Am ronrla tlfU,reportcl back the army appropriation bill witn tno hen ato atncndracnla. He said the amend mem were mainly Immaterial, The principal polntwasas to the forio or thearm),thcHcnat having stricken nut the limitation to 20 OW men and put It at 23 OV) men. Tha committee therefore ncommeii Is mm concurrence In tho amendment 1 bi alio ricommcnd non concur renoe In the Sen iilo amendment whkh strlkts out thu appnmrla tlon or 50O(xfortonvenliig8ratoth liore arm Into rilletl tanuon The binate had re luct-d the aggre gate appropriation to the amount of IKKtWi In uiecourso or mi romarkJ Mr. Atkins expressed the hone that the amendment inrrMtkincf inn army would not be concurred In It was decided to voto ou oaclt amendment scarately Mr.roTTKR said he hoped thera woul 1 1 a dhcu!on of the question In relation to the reduc tion oftho army and tho retention of four regiments ofcavatry ontlio frontiers ofTexas. He wanted to vote for a reduction oftho army, but Lo doubted tho constitutional power of ContreM to locate the rotrlmcnta. Ihe amendment fixing the expense of tho etna mantling general a oftlce at 9Vn was concurred in 1 hat Incrnwingipayniohteni clerk: to $M was non toncurrcd In. Tho knaie amendment authorising cavalry regl mont to bo roeruiWd to one hundred men In each company, and kept as near as practical at that nu in tier, and a ithorlzlng a Bunloieut forco of cavalry tobttemi loyed lulhe defense of the Mexl can and Indian frontiers of Texas, waa conourrivd in iiyjias i in; nay, iz, Theamcndiacnt llxlng the force of the army at r.oiOmon was also concurred In by aioloof 131 yeas to UO nays Ihe tote was partisan, except that Massra CuL- BhKSOf.CllDiiiMis LuTTBtLL, UlLLf. SCllLRICHrK, IllkrxKMowroN, WlllUM (Mich. ) and Willums. lmocratx, Votidin IhcHBlrmatlte Tho amendment authorizing troops tobosta tl tnid on the Texas border was concurred In. 1 ho other questions uiKtn whkh there was dia arecment were rofuranl to a oommituuof confer enre Jim U 8 Mptcaifh, memtier elect from the third Mi-wour! di"trltt. u as sworn In. Mr brhlllF'ifelulroduttdabill for tho flnan- tiaireiieior tho country, and providing for a ro turn to specle pB)iocubi without dUlurblug tho In diintrUl and commercial Intcre-ds of the country Jtcfcrrtd to lUiiklmraiid Currenc, Commlttte. Mr SWANS moutl iJgn li.loCommiltrenf the Mu!etocniiider Ihe larls I- xposlllon bill, and Mr UxcKMiHrabedthe question or consideration I r the uurpoMi of taking up iho rthumptloii re- Onaillvlslon there wero 12t yeas to VJ najaln fai or of the I siiosttloj b'll, and tho eas and uaj a wrrcdLmAiiilnil TImHuuw byaMdo or Ul to 123, decided to cousidci the l,iioi)iUon bill. Debate was limited tof ur hours The lluUM) then went Intft Csimmtltpa nf Uia hole on the bill. (Mr hpjuvof K lu the chair ) Mr S ON bad, read as r art of his remarks Uie ifitnioi un minority vi me goiumuMJu Mr IIAVII.IiiM uIiriLiitimlili! nn Imtiftlf nf tlm mlnorit) a .utk-.Uinte prohibiting t'io iaioentcf nu 11111111:7 (ifiu iur j riuuury tor 1110 )urMic 01 nu i-irmuii, uke in iHTorot nn amcuuineni He thouglit the present comllilou of iho country Iciouncled thu ptrci.B of thu LriAle-t fnonnmr llowmld not ftol JusllileU lu voting a dollar or tlio pcoplu's inenry away fur this purixe Ho rldl culed the Idea of making the apj roprlatlon for this purr we Mr CvTiklNSraldthat there was a universal fi cdng among the maiiurUcturers and agrkultu ral ot hlstlUtrlct that Congrew should make a uucriii auiiiinriBiinn inr in nuriMiB t ilia niupni ed from the view of Mr. Hamilton ir this oouutry la properly represented it will le a large gain to our people Mr. WIIT.IAMH, or Wit, believed In the em tiency and good rwultsof theao Kxpotltlous, and they should therefore bo encouraged and that en oouragcmet.t should come rracilcally from the Oovirnmott, Private enlerprlso could not prop erly cxnihlt the rcauuruea ol the United bUtes, be cause the Kxposltlon did not recognize private In dividuals. 1 ha exhibition wa to bo an exhibition of nations. No belter opportunity could bo presented for Inspection or comiarlwu and for Judgment, than at such an k.xpoit(ou as was proponed at Part?. He referred to the gotxln suits which fol lowed llie Vienna KiTMMltun firti ihr cihll.litnn of our manufacture there all manner of trade was aiiTaneea At tho closo of one hour s debate tho committee rose, and tho House at 1 3 p in, adjourned. tiii: CAvnuh attovMis. Improvement Alnde and Co 11 tr in plated Tho Clrrlont tht Ilfudof I'tumsjUuiiIii Awiiuo New DouIrii for tho t lk unil W h11. Under tho snjicrvl'lou of Jlr. Ililnard I', Clark arvhllfct, Mr V It tbb engineer, an 1 Hu- pirliitoudont Rrown thulmj roomentson thoCao- itol ground und vloln'lj are pr grts?lng ver) calls factorlly Thagroutidsare assuming an apjuflrauto of bt amy, an I from present obsenatlous tho flu Mud work wilt reflect iret credit upun nnj add much to the hUh refutation of theo geiillemtu llioliw us, bilh In l iceaflund weftpirk almoin I it ici wtw u w nu heiuue kt oiue gra an 1 1 nn mi tither kindnf chukuiiualflv. mukiiti the irrnniuN atoiimenvthtly apiHiiranro. w hkh heightens tho beauty of iho surrounding object ji eft rem huh ut 1 1 in)itHuia annuo en Irani t exteud'iu down I lr-t i-trttt lo Marjland avenue a dl-taneeofal utu ft-el U well under wii) ami It Uex celt d that It will bo completed durinir lHceinbtr. The elrile at the be nlor Venn ylvania avenue, cxi 11 ting a ver auiall jortlonof ruaineuUl 1 arv in,r, 1 miHIu 1 Tin. ilejilxn of the ul iu is t-i havu k innoiiii'mg tho wn'l an open iialiihtradu, lnti.r;cr cd with small uiers at rhort Interval, with ma-hi iHWJof Ohio hud tand Mme on either tide 01 thciutranioto tho walk llie-o aro richly carved and cmj annelid with dtsigna nf various twining plants, 'also tie hip vine, txiMtlou llower, straw lHrryhavt Arm do flic stone upon which iho abovo aro c-tnotl, alihouli sort at ircHiit will harden by eiinwure. It l cxttiihittly used fur building in Ollkandtllroughouttetotluty. Iho ol era are lo le mrniountcd bv bronze lanteri a. lu Uiidliig to flootl the whole tmrance with u tea, of li;Mil At it ejiinciunoiinotircie at I'tnusyiva nla avenue' aud Plrst strut Is a iuhmIic pillar, and beyond thU Iho wall Is lower and more solid Ul apptarouiu; plant will be cultluitrd back ot this and trailed ovtr ami upon It Hircctlr 01 )nr.ite the fljtaukul (iarden gate, fronting ou rlrMhircct, A DRIMklVO lOUNTAIV Is lu cuiirsc ol tcuiktructlon In lace of the old Iron plpo through which fprln water UMidtoruu It laof tho richest and moct ohiborato design, and coiuimjmhI principally or a stone nuvrjifiU cnlly caned aud eniMlUI 1 1 with poluthcd red granite niliiinn mid Mtomlinr alltr atone of acrrtHiiMh tint, luinc flout this will be two atrcams, one of 1 ouimae ami 0110 01 ring wuu r 1 nu Da court of the wall 1 comid or f nigh ficcfl pulmao bluehtone (onucttid with rid Kiiilillefnun Milne, audoruaiiuutiU vvllli(tlilvtloiie Dwlng to a latk ofaopropr atimi, tru wall will nut tie exifiide 1 any lurtliur In tin Majjlaud titenuc thloaMin VSIuu it Utfinifched. Iheiu will be a circle 1 n.cltlv similar tolhoonoat liiujlvaiila cfoiue, at the head of Biaijianu itteiiuc TIIK ,ALKB. The oittaide walk, Umlerlng PtmiNilratiia ave nuuclrtle, Uthlrt) feet wide. U Id with artifielal stoiio Interlaid with jresi brick In iiecullar deigns A b ll ha Ihcii Introduced Into Cuiigrona provld Ingfor theexltnxlonor the cirtte, soas lotakelu the cormrsct Hrt street tii.d Peniwjlv aula and Mar) hind avenues 1 1im in w Idou the drives ln twtcn the uioiiumtnland Ikitanlcal (Jardcu Tha present liukluwalk at the 1 cnm)lraula avenu.i uutramo has been widened to thlrtv-uveu ft-et andpavtd Tor a 1 hurt dlstanio with Moaalo nave Hint (In either kidu 1 a Ijw eoulnir walk, nf a deUn In harmony with thu iot.tof tho work Iho inuiiHion isioiArr) mu wuia up 10 tiie parapet, iilatA.rin ami auiint. Tlieru will be threistrlesofslepa up the course oftho walk similar to the out now put down at tho entrance, aluachof thuo flight lueru will lm ait ovr'iiaugiug annway, 01 ornamenui iron work I 1 whkh will bet'latel kOMtmlud iraa!it: giving the apcaraueolrora Iho avcuuu of a series 01 iigiii one buotu tue tuntr TUB CO-IT OK TIIK WOBK. One of the Sunday papers lat tv oek contained an article pmloiuig aga'iibt thu extrav a guiit t t of Iho main wull, and considerable iiiiaiiiiiii rnuinuiiiK mhiuis vj iimo uetu ervaiou Mr. I" W Coht tiulucorofthe workiat thoCanl. bl grouuds, inu-d to a Ru 1 iilicah repoiter the folinvv lug facts lu rtlfttion to Ihecn-f Thecoutratt for the entire work waa less than $1(0 t, including the 1 arv lug and even thing cIm Ouacouiiutof thoexlreme dullness or the times It wascrcetul at aooht hilly one third leaaihault couui uaveu.cn none at any oinur umo. A lllionest Clerk, My Auuclalod lrt-sa Nkw York, Nov, IS A fe'W tltys el nee a voung man named ji on 1 horapson, ciniiloyed bv (Justav Rroalay In Maiden Ivne, was sent to Hrvtkl)nto deliver a sacimo woith vllo When ho gt ihomoni) he ducamped with It, Intending to lumiii m ins iriuiua 111 i.ntinnu 110 wna tup luitd lu lltH-lon, and a detective waa scut fr him, who will return wuh Thompson to morrow. OUR SOUTIIERJf BOKDER. jr.ijfM ritov noTii arnrsn of tiik itio ait tME. KfToit for n Rovidutloii In Tainanllpa A Fotmld iltln Indian Ititld Into Texasfl 1'ivan Still Hold by u Mexlrtm 3Iob-Ieo-hrdo vtltl Inrlte it Itevidutloii, St. Lou. Nov 17 The (itobf-Dnnoerat pedal fi ni HouM.ni Ttxas saja It 1 rumored mat viimitni una invaie-i pit xico nrtv miiffitbue Matamrra In the Interot of (Jcneral Rw ol do audli-rlo and 1 1 Mtr up a revolution In Tamaull I ai v iiiureiii a r.ree-j arc Mnall and luDdtqiiato to crpo with firnerat Cai.alc. commanding at Tain- aullMti blithe exteeti to bejotntd b) thcadhcr ents or U nlo INDIAN IlMIl INTO TFTAa, The latet advices say Ueuttnant DullH has un tloubteHlli destrovedan Indian ramn at Pjracaa ItUtertaln that patties or Mexicans and Indians from Chihuahua and Northern Mexico have rnie 1 Into Texai on the warpath In revenge for mid Hi.iv-i in tii uit-uttnuui 1 mi int. eit-iierai 0111 liM cautlonel the Inhab'tauts or the threatened district tot on their cuard. Oaivitoh. Nov. 17. A special dispatch to the Vim fnnn Han Antonio aays Inf irmation has been received at headquarter rrom tho border Hut several lae parlies of Indians, one of them coin posetl of thirty ftv e bucks, hav e crosse 1 Into Toxas w raid. Oen Ord has notlflctl tho frontier people at Vartoil tvitllt. UrhnfM tha rnlilnm ristiakIu.! to be on their guard This Is tho most formidable Invasion that has been aitempte I yet In Hani were seen twelve miles west of Fredericksburg je-tcrlay. They have sloleno lot of homcsluthe neighborhood Citizen aro In pumuit, and thu military have been notified Thtalisuppo-ed toho ono of the largo parties rt ported on a raid. This fan; uguiiijjui-gtwHrili A MFXICAN MOP CONTROLfl FL PASO. Tho latest from V I'oao County Is that that cntlro region Is under the control of a Mexican mob backed by Mexicans south of tho river, def) Ing the untied fctalos authority and olalming allegiance to tho Mexican Mm Oen Ord dccllni to Interfere lu a matter that courerns tho bull of Texas. MaJ Jonca. commandlns the Tc. fro ltler hat talifin, Isat ElPaso. but has not firce enough to nut down tho revolt. Ho believe j that It (Jen l.ie'obetto Is acqitltteit at hi trial before the United i-wtMtt ciniri at nrownsviiio ne win imuieiiuii' ly in.mi 1 iu inwijjitaie anoiucrrevoiuuon in aicxico KICOBEDU ACLITTPD. Rnowssvrtir.Ts.XAi, Nov 17 Tho IrlilofGcn Poroliodo fur n violation nrtlm CiiIIihI hiMtna non trollty law has resulted In his aiqiilttal. Iieiau'ell was not proven that the armed 1 tt-n to the numter ofJtWorJW who were In camp wiih him, actually Intended to Invade Mcxho, 1) trlng the trial Judge Momll, oftho I'ultei States Court, made sumo re marksfrotn thf lmh whkh the couumiI ftr ihe defence regarded as rttlcctlug on him, and which 1117 prominn repeiicu at mo time hi ju ig i,us -', -vi.v i.u VMIIIiLI i'l fcllV 1 1 f I VI I V, FlllfJ qiientlyaldresseda n do U Jddo Morroll a-klng lilmtodl-tchilni reflecting on him whkh Ju Ige Morrell refiMod to do wlercupni RumcII slapped Ju lo Morrell a face lu tho Mtret t after tho trial 1 ire In Pittsburg. fRv Aaaoelated Prets. riTTSBURO, T , Nov. IS A fire broke out this morning la tho largo llvestor Iron front buitl Ingon Huliavonuo known as Hi litpatch bull 1 Ing The flrodeitartment rwponded quickly to l5 alarm, an 1 wete on the groundKu after ihe blaze was aiaeov cred, but, owing to tho scarcity of water, thoir cTrts were greatly retard-tl and It was some time before any efficient streams were ou tho building The tiro In the meantime had gained until ht ad w ay that the three uj per stories w era en ureiy uirntii out aim inu iwer ionion 01 tne biilkltDg badly damaged by flro and flooded with water. The tinner storv of the build In a- km oornnlcd 1r tho lttpttich composing room, and the tjpo. prcus wui viuMja, pioiivi, iiuui (ijpw piiu on er para nhcnialla or thebuufnou were all ilitrr, o.l 1h third aud fourth floors wero uned as lodfo rooms li) (hid tellovvs, Red Men, and other aoclctios and tho second Moor was partially occupied by Imurance ofllec. Un thettrvct floor were the counting ntoms unit uusinrss uiinw mi iiiu ifturri, kni in tne rear thojobcniceof A. Anderson A Hon. In the rear uusvinciii wwipo pre1 nuu luiaing rooms 01 tne ueWMDaiter. The flreorlu-lnaNvInu tht tnlnl Rnnr aud burutd upward Tho damage on the lower floor wa caused by dropping embers and water 1 ho two upper floors fill and lodged upon tho third floor, but the building I considered a total losa. 1 tie nam en, le 1 ny a nign wina. inreai,neii gene ral destruction for a time but were under control b) Iho o clock. Tho origin of the the Is net known, but probably came rrom a stove In umo oftho lodge room. The loss on tho building, whkh 1 owuel Iiy Mm Heron Pouter, or Philadelphia, is orohablv 0nuO 1 imurance unknown It Is hut known It nv much if tho j rewes and tituer ma eliinerj arodnmanud but It Is Mated that tin lrIo-s 1 fully tovtred by lusuiance 1 l J)i.iit h hies move-! into Iho building nf tho 1 rrahitf Tdrjraph on Ulth avenue Irom which plate the papirwlll bo Iviietl to m rrow m truing a new Un-sH luv ing Mn t-eeurcd Ut djy ami the tlru w'll noi Inter fere with the dull) Isiuuof the paper A IViruShot In (hoitli. flly AwtiHlatwl Prt I Pun MtrxritiA, Nov lrf Utirltg the ser vitcs at tho hurch of the Ascciitlou, 1 mburl Ntreet.iibovc hleventh th's mortihi. Alexun 1tr R a)rif walked up the ai1o drew a pUud and hhot lil wife V. labcth vh 1 1 euple I a p)iv aovtral fettJn advantoof whereSayre had lctit al'liug I he bulk t cutvretl her I ui k in ar Hit. shouldor and (lie uowlit-sat Iho h lap'ial lu n dilnjcimdiiljii. iiynswas prunirtly arrtlel R ih pirtiea wero itjiuoir Hiwiiuniiu mo eniireu out uaveoe'cu mi imtcd lorlwojtar. iliuhu ban I iTwnlrcad) servvdaterm lu prltou fur breaking l.er nnu tiif .oDI win- ima. r.lll tPrtnin, Nov 18 Mrs Fl al clh Sav res. ivhowaskhot ly lurrm-dand to du In the P I-. t nun 11 01 too Acf iiMon, was mhi nv ing at mui nlifht but her death fs lonke I fi r Ijfont inornlntr Attcve unlock this evening a Ltaulhlrate bok her depoaitlou at the hcwpltal She did not wo who shot her but bclievid that hvr hiubaud hnd douo It and that he had always treatt 1 1 cr lutdly Mio then made her vlll Uqneatlilns her pniterty In irut iur ner u-u vn11urt.11, sue ucinj najrot sec otid wife A few momenta afterward shoWaino uncntt sehus In whkh condition the Mill llei, therhv slciaus csnrclmr the oolnlnu tBt alio wllldk d tring tho night Tlie tiuhanditctline tv liake anv atatomeni Two j curs apt w hen fraircwaa win 10 itiwiii inr a long urm 1 ir nreanin j tier arm b) throw lug htr down stairs she aided lu procur ing tils rclene, bill had not alncolivtil with him and has refused him nlmlttante to hi r In 11W He ha never threatened nor inolestod her since ins uupriM'nmeiit, Memorlul Srrvlcea. Dy AavxIatM Pre.! Ntvv Yti3K, Nov. 13 -Tho cci -t lonlal of unveiling I'liotablvt erected to the ni ntor) nf the lato It'shop Janes, of tho M. K. Churth, In fuhu Stnt 1 1 liHrch, took p'nee k dav RMi p Hcott of IV. la warn autttsaor or lllhop Janes prcsltletl und am ing Hmmi procnt were R!ln-a ftlmtiui , of 1 lilladtlplila , ll.in innn, of Si, IouIj , An Ircwa. nf Onahtj Perk, of California llaten, of AtUnla Merrill, of (.lift ago ami Aim" of llaltlmort A I drciseseul "tUtlc of the late bishop were madj by MVtral bishops who woropreetit mm A Natliinnl llv Mtuvv, (By As-MMlattd Prt-as 1 P.ULUirt.l'HlA, Nov. 13. Tho arranf;e mtnU for tho g-and national dog shvw to bo held lu this city commencing November SO and ending November S) have laen comptetel and Iho cxhl bltion promlMiia tibj iho most cxtwislvo an t at tractlveevor hell hi this country The show will be held under iho rule adopted by the National American Kennel ( lub, and ni her oiize lo the ttiuount off lbU w III bo awardtd A largu number f eulreoi have already boon received liltll.F IhLUUtAMS, JackvoNviLLK, Kla . Nov 18. There Is no chaugt extet t fir tho better, among the yLllow fo veraiiiTtrers Ihe few cau on haul are better and no new ones are reporiud. Litre have been no deaths MoiraraL Nov 17 Tho flnvemment steamer Nwwtiell arrived here thU evening l-t load goods for the Paris hxhlbliion. the will bo dcpatched on Puesday uext. riiiLAnriiittA Nov 17 In Mnnauuk, thla af ttruoon, a hro attached to a )k;ht wagitn ran awuy and rmhed Intt a crowd of thlldren mv erilof whoit were kumked clown ami Injured Kate MoDrldo was cut about the head and will die Tro,N Y.Nov 17 James Johnson was arret t edhut night by ImitcdPtAlcs Marshal Ktarko, at Harts' 1 alia, for making bogus silver coins Half a bunhclof tolnsaudall the linpl menu and mute rial of manufacture wore seled Johuson has Coufo&sod, OTfAWA, Nov 17 A rcgulat'im ha beet iub Hihed ngardlng tharoaorvutlou of p no tree on Indian lauds, width pn.vldoj thai no Ine tree t-lmil bo out or dltioicd of unleas (br building fouc I ng or fuel purimsos oxiejH uudtr t license d it) obuiutd frvta the local ludlviv luttorlutea dent. cvnrr. viTvnisa. A Lawyer lemonlrnla thutlt Is roaslhle In U St IflHIIUi light. Now that tho sun burned htie.hilllil has laid down the bat t) rot during the winhr mont us, tno scientist cornea forward with exr. Ian tlnus of aomo of tho astonishing antka cut I y bi c balisdurlng the summer. The' curve pitch' Is probably the ni 1 wonderful irohi'llou amoi g ball players durlu; tho(xvt year and tho povl bllityoftuha thing I a mooted qumtit n Tic foil jw Ing MJlchtiflt demonstration that a bull en 11 be curt cd Is quite1 Interesting NvTPihai Ilom 1 wsmoiToi, I) c Nv 1 j i;; f Mb. EoiTott N n Ion I tied real 1 1 the iMntlt jVyHfanaeiouutnllhereicnleTpcrlnientb) bitbtll pit htis to prove fal-c the theory so 1 mg recede 1 thataprojettllo will procte 1 lu a ftralgut Uj 1 1 x c pi only a It (m Itilln. new 1 hy tlm force of grav It Ihe editor accepting a true the roMilt of tho ex Pertinent calk 1 iiKtn the phllo ophcrsfira solu lion orthl Ktmlng paradox As none or that eminent clu a lar as I am In fir met! baa re (ponded with a atifaeior) explanation. 1 avail mvKlfof a lelrure hour from ll v buolnts that ha called me 1 1 your city to submit tin following M proper ltlon u that anv project' lo Ihat has a rotary motion around an axis which lnterecu Hie lluoof tirojictk.n will thai trails direction Inde endcntl) of gravlt),and that atm plicrlc fric tlon t thculthnule, an I Ihe rotary motion of the projectile Is the Immediate causu or this phenotne lion Ills well oMAMishcit that frletlnu Is greatest at tho point of gruakat ressure.aiolll nted noargit ment to Drove that In the caoofa projectile thu fiolnt ofgnatLut prvaure, ami heme r c-catei-t friction Is at ihe froi.tof the projutlle while ut It rear both pressure and trictlou are lat Suppose now that Hie force that put the projectile In mtllon imparts to 11 a rrv mot inn from left to right around a perpendicular axl the same as Ihat of a t iu spun by (lie thumb ami finger of the right hand It li clear thutai the ball nukes forward. presing egaintlhooppnlngatmophen. Its rapid rotation will Induce frlblkn at tho point of greatest pns sure In front which, as ft continually reacts agiinntho rotar) motion, wilt carrj the ballgrad ually 1 1 the led Rotation In tho oj poslte dlreillou will, of course, carry tho ball to iho right And further, both thce nulls ina bo dtvelopud lu a single flight or a 1 rojcclilo by Imparling to It a complication of rotary motlous Puppomj thst In projecting the ball a rotary mo tlon 1 Imparted to It from left to right around a perpon lloulnr axl,fts llmt aiatve drcrU-cd. and also a modLratO Mroni1irv rriLntlitn nrntni.t nn nln coincident with the lino of projcrtloii auRldent to rtverso thu primary axis turn the bull the other awe up unite his prwnit; tnroiwn me nrt nun lire I toet ami back agdn to its original pott tlon at llieendoftlieaoooud hun1-o Ifecl and soon, the 1 It follows that at one bund re 1 fei t or lhorab mu the ball will tn to the lift of IU lluoof piojcctlon; altwuhuudrvd ftit,tothe right and soon, rrom which it wouMseem at flrat glance, that the 0 lurw or the ball would boa rig zogono but a further rv fltlllon con vim os ihat ihe sAineforcet friction and rotation w hleh impel It from Use urtc h irizonlat ly will protluce tho same chain, -icrtoiidIcularl), ao thai t tertam luts Interim tiate to Hiom above Indicated ll will be alternatuty abovo and below 11 lincof pnJLCtlon trom then p ulilotm thu Oiticluttou U rpieht .1 that tho arlnal (vmr marked by the ball is a spiral aro md Its tine or uiitniun 11 pixmui secui mat wtin skin ona prattkea pit her' might pntluce ihtse rctults very much at will. . Mlo in gunnery. I upjirchtjnd, It iutit In; purely accidental In lhocft-o of tm oth twin tin re I no proper tcudenc) Piwar 1 rmtiion Iu rifled pioecs though such motion Is designedly nh 011. iho re irular tei denev Is lo a rotation around AO Bxts nnlm.lilriit vrlth tli.. Ilnnnf up ,i t'uii . nH so Iiiimt 1 i l LOlnelilinee litre-erted ihu Trillion win dc at periell l'"""" arvunu iiie-u v no elding line an 1 thu projetiHe Wilt T e lu rlet uniimiiuur tTitn ma 011 uieiry, yieming ouiy u tho f ire-e or gravluti in. I think bifliardlsts will readily tin leotand tho above thtorr. l(ir tht nrtni inlia Intnlffxl In ihrilr art are the same. The tab'e funilhe the rInt or IWW, . tmt, ,1.... ..I .1.1. 1.1. .!. . .t rii.Kivk iniiivii, iu iiiip. n nu uiu iuim ui'Jitoii uipnrtoil lo Iho ball enable them to prod ato the j c" 11 in it mt 11 nrc miiiiiiLiiucs an nmonianing I have not written tbiao redcLtlou from anv In tereiit I reel In either or Hie am involve I I tried baso ball once nd gut hurt I don t like It I tried gunnery, or ratk-ran "erring brother" trlml It on me, and I got hurt at that 1 have but litt'o skill iinaiesHamoiuon 111 miiLBnr. t writu tootiiupy a v acaut hour and to amoso thou a h j take 1 lea,vur lo such pattlme. Yours, very truly, C II nPNUOV, Altorncr at Iaw, iivy city, Mich. w OMTVAltr. George H. Hans, Tlie nnuounceineut of tho death of Hon, OoorgeS Rang, of Clilcogo, which occurred on -aiuraay, the 17th Imtant, at three a m, will be received 1 y his extctidtd acquaintance with deep sorrow Oi n ibns has bctti In ill health for neailyacivr and bulf.rlho li domltablc cnerpy which would not bovv uruolho threateiud dan gcr hetnl.'lit with the aid or hi ttowerful vitality have cotiquued the ilSeai-e Rut woik wa-. his rwreatlou, aud he could not reconcile hlmnlf to Inaction HowAalKirn In MI an MedlnaOtuntv Ohio, IVb ruary i llit and at a very ea-!y uje wasaratll tulprintir Ho was for along timu tillmr of Hie Aurora f;nii-t i aMnuui h local Miett publMied at Aurori Kanetiunty III UU fl tt ititramo Into olliclal lllo wa a pi it master t f turoru an apolnt n t or I'reniiknt I lueolu, ihN warm .rroual Irlcudjaid even lu Ihat limited sphere he I re niemberc 1 us hav ing gh t u iiMimti of the v aim b'e cxtcutiv v ability for w hkh lu alter v tars he was II-tluifiiMicd lu 1871 bu wuidLslgnutcd )j President flrant to auctioJtul Ann-trong as Dm Sii rliittuditil of tho hallway MhII Srvke and Into a! -mil live veatH irovuk'dlhu laborif a I lie lime lie r lendeil and iiT'ieted Ihcgkuiilh il nhiinc of (ol Armstronr until ht -aw ltd elpcd lulia net rtorkorrouti. do n Maine, to Pcxm, from the i lives nfthe I'mitr r a I I'rlmt I Immrck waaar Alltnllu lo Iho Ii.iltU Ulig thu reiHiuMhle i r-Utlt a lullwii) Mutiu t ut unl ai wt nt nrat hnidufaiiarin) ofempli ) hlsinlnuatfu in gkt . re irhd ut ihe. it ut whkh the I'aipen r arrived luv cl 3t.ii uc I a a iwtrftil an Id ntgcrnua(. it, 1 1 u hi return fr in hm th g butthciNO who know tan Usllfy that the mall tr I rin tflairt au-el gnat t x kern out. let the fl-4 vleo uiidti tho control of uicrinti ink ut Htnv I ur iiictiim rtiniriuin tu ihn . i. ft timi ii waa extipllonally free from K.JItlcal sub-icr vlcnrv When Mr. Bangs riMrfiic 1 this position he ac cefttd thatof sftnt Vnlted Ptatt Treosunrai t hltarfo, and lea that lait ) car loan ejt the- (latter Ing Misitl in ofgincrnl manager of tlm Amiritaii Kxprta Ctimpany, w th ktadquaiters ut Lint In nail. Iloarrlvcdln Ihlicit) a tew iHys uo upui bus nes fir this c&"uny with thodealgi ufnuk Ing atoniidtrablt! Kijourn lie wa um it It tt katchls nom aTier the Httond di) an I llrljlit dlMhisoot the kldiie) developed ai rapldl) at Pi rum no him as Mated utnte after liiliiio Miflerhtg Ulu nthe j'UlMless hand are fuldi d ovtr the stilled heart It I hot ao mm h a qitctln'i t f h iw liily auolholat Linlnciuea mivu h LinUa.. id I r that ua a tuk.l Lmdoatcl Iv i ari net I- ul party caprke'bnthtw has he betnguiktl n it exercl enf his olliclal uuthnrliy. IU wu p u t ahowatirong linn at he wai luvlnnr li u rti he was fulthful HUllfi was geutta, mil lhie tment Ho mis it In linn, Unit Nalurfmlnlitmin 1 u i Aiil.y loull lin won t aiuu u mi ' Tlii's)iup!ttliU i f ad ih i ItltiuN mu c tuiV extern led pi (hi trttiud 1 luhter who I if. 1,1 it onl) a k.w dns ut lilt i Irti iiiiu th till, pi liigwnul I U limil mid tothowlltw wh i .uiic I lure-Ate hours Om Utet ihOiIui lu life tiiiiu hts Ulueits In um leuleil) tartd f r I his 1 itt OMoc'atesof ihe ial Mirviic VjImii l I'.k-tma-i(rGfnerITuer,suH.rluttiil ntad ai d ilt x Italley and JidimtMin Ulng t'peci My atuiuho Ilia I'liiiilvuiiia lUllwnv I omj auj platvtl a sp-tialtar! theiti mal of the, iihii trt toe d ( -ta.Mil ant)t,stirtlt) ivt dug at 7i 't 1 Vi n looms rtuitul fir tlllrairi I ht v WH to mi panied bv tht will w and Mifr. all a I l.iii i. rt.ni.of tho I'.r.t(Mtiee IKpuriineut a.ni i dc tioii ofcx im and rallwa t tllflaU Willi tm the Hit nt. Last iNitiinliv bvcniiig n vtry nlctmtit set son wuaetiJoudb) aaeoio or nure of nclhbons mm and wutiicTt of latt uml uiltiire. wl o osaom blctlatlhutiaudoiiiertIItn e of Col II iram Tills, known as Uuot''",d," niarl'u Ion town, tohwra tine and iii'tructivc leelurob lion Krod IXmglass, Marshal of the D nlrh t ofu,lui ibl i on tlio HuteJ ami tharuittruf ullllum llioi! tut.' In iho war (fthel)utih Itepublk with hpaln In thotcttiuth u.nturtnmlthc reult nf thai conlll t. This lttluro had Ucn 1 rcvlomh (l lircud Iv Air IJouglati at Ualilniore and In t'ds t'tv, teit. gitatlyadmk-el lot.Ia 1.1 m-h-hbor. i I I' tt and aomo other pilvt'e filei m t'.e tr'v'lc.i of hearing tt ho kindly con ami if l 1 1 ruu 1 It i i the parlor of Col I'itia, width Wi.ro i Itcd Willi re I denttor WaahhiRUli und I i toi lot, it whnsyi.iii ihlxe with Ihetlcvailin ail e lurammor moio! orcJ pe-ople, aud the inro UtWla cut ot human frt-edum hevcral fine boiict wero a Imln bly vafg on tlm occivkiii. by an oxrtletl lartcliu ci-mptweit of Iho Me-M-trsan 1 ilm Ih.teji Tho ox re u-t-n oftho cveuliiKalttitreilu rail rkd ne of the inoit grtll fyh g cult rta'tiiu in mat wt havccnjoyedlnmany a day, and a voto of thank tt thu singers and Oof lltlfc&uull) wisluot cordially tendeivd V 3 f, IVIor, ufli.t Qirunist, Nt, H- Jtihu Nnwfoti idlaud. lluitlu dale. V tei vraru fnvm St sluks that iho t-lcum Ihamts iwtni-y lite la out flon LIveriHtol hu put lu thine having er.tiuukrtil tarrlPo uud-hir. andlcvitoverueiiua seeoi a aud thiul ut to and a vroau. AFFAIRS IX EUKOPE. ICAltS SVCCUMlltTO II J At ItEHIFaHnM. Active Operalloiis In Knron i;-lUsr Times at eraullU AiillcltBod-opfMBe4 Inlt ntlon to Assatnnte Ihnperor William iVmtov, No,. 19. An ofTicUt Itiuutan d- s atch date-1 Vcran Ka' Is. ifuniay. Nov 18 save 1 he Itim1au tarried ruvrs to-dcy by storm Tru Iwttle preceding the capture coramoricod at WiwM1?11 U'1 n,htand terminated at eeM OSMAf rUUt CIH IKtID OPT TWO WKtM lOfUflt. The Vienna errrrnr.ii Unu nrii,. tw.-.. war In 1 lew ot tho oi.-tloni lor Am rUlrfi? 1'Ii.iim nlikh Mchemtl All h citto3 i:MiuiHiico autmg in, lut week la member RLtfllV BFPttWD ik Eijiorr. n nn CopliU rrp jru tlmt tli. Kiutlauaun Krkt.r tucked Flraf.l and tho 1 utkl.li wlt'on at Ik. '"""" of 'li" 0" hmc deCI, aud ero Kpulatd wiin htavv hi s h2N??'ir,;.,,,o.r1-" . ""x ls-A "P0" ' on nero tliat the ICiia-lnn. Iiaro lua lo an auault oft iciu. nuu iicil rc 111.111 Tuuks uitivrx nioM nouui riM. IijlnN. Nor la-A lluulan omclal dlinatek llll. lUlt 1X1 11 fOi.lvn I lh.il . rfDl..l,. ...t . n !.. . I !, i '"P.1"' ;"lr""led ill drlvlm tho lurk. out ul lto.au. r.vi or turnluj iticlr f inlUed post Hum on Mor.ituld.jh Th. TurktaU camu than 1EV. rMtORFLOF AGAIN TVOUfPED. ttQVi i',,K!,oir' during a skirmish on the night of Hit irih iut .necked revere, contu-lons from fratr meuis or shell li ha i aw iv nuuiin nii7. eniiiuslnna on the mght or tho I5ih Ilia wound. however, aro not dungtrou and ha continues to d recttho tiro maintained a-aliut tho lurkl-h po BERVI' INACTIMTY AMUINRCI3I0rr. The Ifawi corre-pmident at htlgradeteliirraplsi as Tu lows (IcucralllowatoTlcsha Informetl th Hertlan (lovernment that ir It wishes lululn In th WBrltMiouliditao linuiellately, as the lurk ar throwligupftronrfutu ithiaeula mounlel wick heav) Kriippguis all along the eastern frontier, and are also conteniratliig troop near ( k-anura ana lAlnova.and may any day dc'crinlueoilla- HI'WVH nAILWAV COMriRTKP. Lottto Nm 1-U,e thidg Artr dM-akhfrow loiiiiitfctausllie Kiwlan Military Itailwar from Ucnder to tJalau ha been compk tc I IiupottuntDebtle (.iitieipateil To-day. fl y Aociatrl rrtw Vrnaaiiui ov 18 AnlioportautdtbaU Iscxjiecled lu Ihe Senate on Monday, An Inter pelkiilon will hoadlrccd to the MlnlsUr as tu hoiv they have lntruLii'd olTldaU to act with n gar 1 to tho eloctoral Inquiry otcU by the Chamber of Deputies. It U thought that after lbs Interpellation Is an swered, all bccllons of the Hlghtwllt support aa order of the day approving the sbttemcut which tha gityernmtiil makwi and ixprelng deire to up hf Id the preny ttlves of each of the r ublio power. ,(jiucrutTvor4iprrsay this proceeding Is do Klgnel toexprvs.'-ho Senata- oon(ldence In lYcrt dt nt MucMahon and enable liu l?rCCut Cabinet (a rnn&rably make way fir atincertly CvtiJCmtir I ut m ro moderate, ministry 1 he organs of tho Leit constdr that Uie proposed Iutercllatlon corneals aanarvand Is datigeroui and uncouKlitutlonal PRKaiPKTr UUMAIIOf riRM. The Fnncait reporu that Presldeut MacMahosL al his reception on HaturU) exprosseda tlrm da tor mi nation to remain falihfiil at his post defend ing social order so long a liu receive the luuport and to-opcrailon or the Senate. THE MINItTKlUAt. CnAfQE. Tho VyaiV-urls abM.lutely ccrUln that tho oftV clal journal or Tuesday next will annoui ce thaao centaiice of Ihe rerlguatlon of the Minister JWhlngricnulte, faovvever.ha 1km n dMldedlsi relation to the oompoMrlon of the new Cabinet. IhuConstltiHfoiiulikh) licslta'etfi accept the IMof mlnlhtcra which lias been pro.KwcJ and would preftr to have some minister taken fiora tho Ixft I nitre I'rwident Mac Mahon does not appear dui otl lo fillow thl atlvleo llio.Viin7rr adli lu this Mate of affairs tha pwipk mmtiiotbe urprled tollnd thd rumor of the Marshal a n'juaMjii agilu current. Putt Nov. i General Grant will dims with Einllcde Ulrardiiion uvcmbeM7, f. r 17 1 r, HupKisea Int ntlou ti ssaaslnato tho Em- pei or. 111? .w lated Irt-.l I.OND0V, Nov. H- diintchfrrm IJerlia t-j Kuiterit Ttlerum ( mui any IhU evening says th it a IVlo ha 1 e i an es'ed on smpl(jloti of In- Itudlii-t toattt upl the riasinai!ouof Emf-eror XMllIamand Piince Il.iun.rtk, and thai a Juliets! luvcttlgcilon ha been In failed to accrUla whether tho whole ntTalr U a I oax or whether tha prlxnur really tnuruliied tho murderous ds afgn TOI It r LIMiKINl I OK tlNiritfKlTM. I,oIni .N.t. j I lie ii f tr sifclil rtOTBl II riin i.iii riii li t. mi.iu rt Infit .fi.a i.n ih J I ad I n lakiu lu the at c t tiring ut the t-mpcror. iiicpi lie nave nitivci intiirniHtlmior the plot W lili h I uttrlhilted to Pollf li litirani(iiilsii (mn an liktideMturte and urv looking oat fr Hit I ihuiitrsMij piwetl con fth rate Ultl 17 ItHITAIX. 1'iltUli Totktnl n Hngeinenl (It) Aaiu isletl Pnt. IiMiov, Nov. I'l The IlrilUlv MV-..ilir uilhoritlcs hive conduit I n ti iiirart whereby hu dinar I, Inmati cml Whlto Htnr rtii-iiiihlb linesv have Hit m lu lairiitt ot uial's to the e iiiuti MdicMroin iKtcmi-tr i Alln-iM n HIT, 11 ItMfl OPII-ACiL lriMMiM j la- lie V.ia'ir''s r.pft.f,t irim 1exa ilrliHiinoumt-f' that the M'ig ol t'j"iul low wrilltli loinn (lor I in n ti itlnj the tvrnitof ptJict pr pond I v Hu Into r l.tit Nov it-He i V citrtx-i-omUut t trHii.lrhij i rip-.ll r Ihe rmu ml n i.f Ih i with U 1 Int a l itiitlipiiil 1 1 ii .ill. iisiu ieli t ul I ii hlmn.ll. . I HI'S IHI.US. A TroiultH nt 1'rlntcr Dead, 1 Ily AartateJ Pr . t IUitimoiik, Xiiv. H John K WHoy, pro em Mtvio prmttr and Member elect to the next ll uooi IMtgatw, 1 od ibis alltrnoc n of dcae fthohcail iigtel 1A lite Yiars ag he was foic mtior t'io Thlladtliha 7 jt, and after wards 1 IJllieranifiltiun tu the Ualilmoie n. lit v iiaatnumberoflbe laxf Islatnro lu ls70 and at tha Uinuuf hlsiltrsth .ai rot rlek.r of alxKik am) job t tinting (tl miu this clh picsldentof Iho Virginia Itiiti ami i oaltomt mj auirtcbirofthu Maryland i iro in-uiunt:i) 1 1 uipuiiy nnu a mrocmr on ma wrt f tlio city of the llaltlmore aud Ohio Kallroad, IjK V TU Ol AN KM I M NT THL0I OGIAtf, 11 vt Tioiin (vmi.Nov, B Re v. Jonathan liwt pd WtKlbrllge ucel seventy Ave, a well known thi Icglau.irelln tliUtlty to da) AN I VJl IK3P fiUMl WiiKHiNu W a Nov 18. Hon John a IlC mau late Ju bioof thebuoretre Court of Ap!!" ol ttm iuh Ta, died at Uarluburg to-day, A l&LMH ATlJHAHiJElP Tvum Nov I -I aul ltumUt formerly Beuatoc and illuisicr of Irani e Isdtad PIKtl YUiH Wdt M3, r T.tn .Nor If lvIkcOtrior Ulilte, wht waa shot by Itaii'lo on I rldsy lait.dltrd about clgU Oektk loiiij,ht H UWR. Huivrri-ii Mt Nov IS. Mrs. Pldney Part- In' ntt. lani v who was struck ou the ltnvl by a burglat htt Jul) aud ha s.iuo bieu In bad bvaltb, tul hcrihicwlyeMenlay robabty faulty, AIiimIhuhI for hi Money, ny .flattl PrtVi, Awi-TiiiiVM, N Y N'hv IS Jacob rurfcer, nfiirnur wa t and mar UiU village kwtay, mur ilored A check lurli'Kiwaaon hli pt-raon vvhf Mtwentu Sttunlay imzht 1 he chock waa f ij, nt i mooev Haiuuel Jltiutoa, color tJ, hu l0eii srrcivl wo suspicion.