Newspaper of Evening Star, November 26, 1866, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 26, 1866 Page 1
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Anting Stu r, | - i i i ? ? . . 1 r? ? ' ? i V~. XXVIH..11; WASHINGTON. D. C.. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 1866. N=. 4.282. fi - Oc THE EVENING STAR It YUBLI8HED DAILY, (SX01PT fUSBAYj AT THE STAB BUILDINGS ST W. D. WALLAOH. Tho STAB M aarrad by flirmri u> tAatr abaeriben In lAo Oity. ud Dlatrtc at Tss Citn rn mx- Uopioo at tAa coaatar, wttA r witAoat wrappers, Two Omu aaoA. Puoi *oi Minnit:-ni? sottti, Om DaOar mU rsf* Cmtt; Mx mont&a, thru Wtert; im tmt, Am Dollar*. Ho papora art Nit fro? tfca offlM longer tAaa paid fur. Tk? W KEEJLY STAB?pnblURod om ITMajr m gniMg- Omt DtUm ami a Bmif a Tear. tMMM?????????I PERSONAL. TH1 WASHINGTON HOMOEOPATHIC DIS* PENBARY. Bo 314 G Street, tetw-en l3thaodl?th ?tr*tU. ail )*or people will rnvift medio*) MMadtnct Md acdiriBea./ta' 4/ < M'?* at tha afco?* laatttavlea. Opstd ilallr, Bntdtyi Im.T S YBRD1. from ltol p. a. Oh 0 S. VERDI, from 2 to 3 p ra 1*1 la* "I S ST SCOT ION OM THE P1ASO -A lady who 1 ku itudied music VBdir the best master*. ia a Aaiahed performer on the Piano, and who hu a good d<*l of experience a* a teacher. will glee PlANu LI880N8 to alew pa pi I* in or out of the boot* Tl? kttof reference* gi*eti. Far tarda and particalar*, call upoa Meeara. KT/.hhoTT A CO. d Mutlc Btora, or addre** t Oftiae Boa 7 94. ?o6 lm* (^dBriDBSflAL.-Yoaac m> who haee la J jtred tbemeelTe* or certain aacret habit*, wblch unfit tbem for basioee*. pleasure, or th-s dotlearf married life; alao. middle aged and old men. vb?. from the feili<?* of youth. or other (*?I a debl'ityin advance of their roar*, helare placing tbetnaelve* under the treataent of a*) oae. should hrat read "The Hfcrct fiiend ' Married la4iM?lll I earn oiue'bln* of iaportnacby peruaing "The Secret t rlei?r?v^ient to any addr??**. In a sealed envelop* . on rt-<"rTpt of iWcenta. Andre*. Vt. Cli AB A STVABTA CO Boston, Mw? not-ly BKIPAL AND FUNEB\L~~WBSATHS."BOQPETS. CROSSES. ANCHORS, t?T A B*. Ac., preeerved In nktnrri form WAX FLOWEBS, H A IK rlOWKKl and BBMKINO. by Mr*. FR1K8. late ot Boetnn H.u? removed to No. 4JV nth atreet, between <i and II. oc 3 6a* IAP1KB WBO ARB DESIB<>U8 0F A. SKILL* ful anil aerompliat.ed Phvaiclan, ?hou!d con alt Dr FiKNKY MnRTON, 194 Park street, tear Richmond afreet, Baltimore. Md. Dr Mor tcn'n aertices may b?- engact ib Washington or ny othercity . by addreaataaaa above. oewla* J AMIS GUILD. Iftmi'r in S*irand $*rtm J kami f*ra"Wt. Old Furniture B-p?ired. Beup bolstered and Varnished. 11th and B *ts.. <n?ar the r?ral ) Highest price paid fof Second-hand Fnrnitnre _ aa 1 ly* ?.BLar* vrutn.1 C.r.p:aci. LAW OFFICE. BLACK. LAMON A CO., Counsellor* and Attornay* at Law In the Supreme c-->?.rt ?>f tbe Untied 8uim, the Oourt oC Claim*, the Court* of the Dlatnct. the Kxecctive Departpient*. and Committee* of Congrv a. Oil ce, 4i?" l?th atreet, (directly opposite W?|Urt H?tel ) de l?-tf CLOTHING, Ao. ^ o l B I) ADVICE. ^ Tl>at a it that a it! Joat listen a bit From '.he folk* at Smith'* 0\k Hall t dD?? a wcrd of adTic*. So aonnd and ?o nir* Tot the preeent ?eaaon of Fall. Button yonr coat Fr to yonr throat. A ad aec that you re ?armly clad. Or with cold in your head Yos'll be tick la your bid, Wtieh will be xce< dlnzly bad. Ai.d you II atay ia bed With tbe cold la your he?d. And c> apdlled to beaoiu?wbat >ialet. Till you're ba-l enongb Of the Doctor'* atuff. And all -ortiof aick folka diet Better ba?*r?*, Aad sl??>" taUe rare To l e preperly clad for the Kali, In auital-l* cloth^a. ? Juat rich aa tluiee % hicb are aold at Smi th a Oak Hall. SMITH BK'Mi A CO.. MBBOHANT TAILORS. ak-. naatKE* rx OENTh V L RNlalllMti C.OOD4*. CAE HALL, ?t>a Stvairn Strict. Jad rtctiied tbe iar^eat >al fin??t atock of PlhCE < OOD8 e>??r ofl?-rrd m the city of W%-b ii>gt' n. Ha\U| nctire4 the be-*t artiata in tb-* city, me are prewired to m.?ke ap in tbe tine-t atyle.aaiat )e i prices then ahy otner e^tabli'h ment jna 13 tf { 8 K A (XT VOL A a. MtftUHANl TalLOK. owner Jm oflith ?trr?t mil P>-Ln<> ieania *re., < ppoeite Willnnia1 H tel. ha* rec?*t> -d a^il ?nt? iLi *aajitaa ?nt of Clothe. Caeeimer-1*. Vt<t!t(>, ChinchlUm and E?t maa, for yfy ?Tercoate. find a ceneral aaeortm-nt of?^^ <Jtr.t?' Farnlahlat Good* He baa alao a>lded to nia *to> k a aplendid lot of ftr*t rlaa? Cuatom mad^ Clotnli f fro* New York, at lower prltee than can be bad iu tbta city. Re iarites hi* triads and the public to cfT' him a call, as! ritirw hia aluccre thai.kp for th?1r liberal patroBiitre. oc>;-tm J HllHIBOIk, Baccaaaor ta H. S. Leadou A Co.,^ mm C1T12EX S AMD MILITARY .. _ MERCHANT TAILOR, Metropolitan Hotel, lata Browa a. CT 3Peanajl??nla avauue DKNT18TKY~ *iiao momtrni ***}? P*na. avenue, tan doora^gpi^ ' "'r ta DeMutryMfMSSm Tm?*' Eitrmtui WtikoMi r*m. All ??r^">? Pf j!?^HJw*1>jj>_*thart| I won Id adriae them ?*. *** LEWlBU ofBce, and Hare them So,n**rted aa Rubber. Gold and w7j? In erdpr that all peraona ahould Sffbid ^siias.'rts'l"'r* ptfAu p*a-a araaaa, between 19th aad 13U ? S. LEWIS, M. D . Deatlat. Till U~. ~~ 1 w , M LOOM IS. M D.. Patentee of Lee MIS SEAL 'lata TEETH, attaada parroaally at^M^m hla office la thia city. Many para^aa cuMB wear tbr>*e teeth vho caanot wear othwi,^'"* ad no peraoo caa wear other* who canaot wear Peracna eainaa at ay oMoe ?aa be aeooaaadated with any atyTe aad price at Teeth they *M d? Ire, but to thaee who are particular, and wiah the anreat, cleaneet, etroaceat and moat perfect den*25? fcrt ??f. ?racnre. tb?- MIS SEAL TSSTB will be more fully warranted. Booaaa la tbi* elty-Ko o?9 Peaa'a aeeaae. beSa?"*.?1 "Xh *t* Alao. #0T Arch street, Philadelphia. or 1, ]} pOEl ABLE STEAM ENGINE1*, < embiainr the maaiaam of en> l?-ncy, dnrahlllty, ad e< ea<'Diy, with the iciumm--f wngtit and price. They are wid?Iy and farorabl> knoaa, auor* than KOO teiDir ia u?? All w.irrante'] aatiat?ry , or a* aai?>. Deacriptire cirtalara aeat ea Application Addreaa J. C. N0AOLSY A CO., MteeSu ^ Xiawrt uce, Maa*. removal removal. J P DEN NTS, COACHMAK4CK, Beft '?a>? to lalora hia < net im*r* and tbe pohlle S?u?:allj toal he bee REM<i\ El> frcm. I* Ok? atand va *tb atreet. tn No* tf?*3YJKjE&i ae I *'?4 E atreet. between l.ttli aad Uth 3b^*c? treeta. aentb aidecf Peana> Uatilaaveiiaa.and op?<-dt* Ororer * Theatre A* hi* facilitie* ere freater i ban i a hia obi I -rati aa. b?xau do r?-aai rIjJi; all it* 1 r.tnrhea and build new work a* CHEAP, DURABLE d la an UOSD STYLE aa oay < oadunaker in the conttry. He hope*by enjp:o> mg iK>tir bat flret claea nn baxioa . and ualng itotbln* b-.it tbe beat material, together with atrict Mteaiioa to t>aalTieee, to toerit u d raceito a fair abare ot patr< aa#e. aep t t-ota DA Mb EXPRESS COMPANY. OSKTS aid PB-WA AFFVf'E. ?... > BRANCH OFFICE fMUX&ilyaxaa A rjfaUM. orruJUTB, WILLAADS. GREAT ilsTEBS. AOETHBEE. WSSTEHN, AND SOVTREUN EXf REss F?^RW ARDKRS. Merrbanil** Bf#n.y ?wi Valuable-of all kind* ^th dispatch to all ecce?-ibl? *e -lion* of tbe country. (^.LLStTiON OF NOTES. BEAFTS, and BILLS Mad# la BOceMibia part*** he Citlted SUtea O- DUN B. A*>-ut, ah B tf W aebiaetea. D. O. 'I'llB fjRKAT REBKLLION. by Joht, Mia r I tiaU?. Cbara irr eud Charaet>-ri?iic ilea, by K P \*hiaale, if 1.74. Tb* *denr.- of Kriak. fer An?<a Haiitr, |l. Lifr.,o<l Time- of Be?i Ja-'het. by Wni L >1 te The Sanetv ?r) . A D!('i| of tbe V? at. by .>i'Bo|?; lllt-.traled i 1 hla- ug tite Red, A Vj.el. by *<* -.an.I V.? *s rjienta. Race t r We?Ith, by Mr*. J II Riddeil; a i ?-nt*. ?>o 17 FKASCh TAYLOR. I/EBTULRY BREAEFAST BACOS -Bright iv ,Jyurr?'^? Elag Place. Cor. T*rmoul at. aad 1434 ttraet i? LAVING CAR l>? ? Jrn*trecH??Kl, Han^ Mouared Card*, Bart a Lin n Eagle <'*r|?; r. *atn<: Wf /'il. Highland* and other rarietlta A lao. Cv-? Pat'?r*. _ b?4 FEANCE TA .j Wb A. G GASTON. FfiBVCH MILLIKKRT, EO'MA AT 446 EK.BTH HTBEET. t la* rear PeaaayJvaala ituu. AMUSEMENTS. MATIOSAL TIIKATRK. (late Ormr*!,) Peaaaylvaala arena*. near Wlllard*' Hotel. SrAiT??*G * It* 1-LET .. .... Praprletor*. J. K Spaceman *lage Manager. M<'N DA \ EVENING N?e 2. . pemag of the * U*gu:ar Winter Beeun i * MONDAY EYENIN i~ NOVEMBEB Fiiat appearano of o hr jekfeb?on. t who will ierr en ale BUB ACIU. in BicBard | tirinrl*; 8fc'TiiMHi' #* %ot ?Vm?dj of t Tnc RIVALS. I After ?kl<h J. M.?<il?ou Mormn'e Fare* ol | A mOl'LiH FIX. With Jefferaon aa HI GH DB BBAS9i., THAN KHGI\ I NO MAT1NEK o* TUVB8 | I'A> AHEBNOQN.Not JS. A?lint??lon ? tta c ^KANDOUNCKBT I AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, ' <? thanksgiving BIGHT. NOVEMBER '29th. rtM, Ccojuienclog at 7}t o'clock v in., i K<>r the Benelt of ' THKC1ILRCH AND 9 UOOLS ?F TBB IM \ MACCLATE CONCEPTION TICKET3, OHE DOLLAB. * ' f/l> ? Gratid Cbickerin*'a 1'imo hw Ueo BiuBlv icauail l? Jobs K. Eliia. E* j , JC IVin'i atenaa. no t' 3t . WALLS *LW OPERA ] I i i At'VCITIN DA LI '0 ! ( sutesmul dramatization J i ] 11 had a gbbat novel. i ( BirriTU G A C M T , 4 Vi ill be produced u the OHEN1SW P1EGB OF THE SEASON. Under tbe anther'* peracnal euparvlaiaa, by the GREAT UTOt'K COMBINATION, DECBMBEB 1, IS*#. BOSB EYTlNGE. AMI) MR. JOHN MORTIMER ( I Appearing id I 1 THB1B ORIGINAL HOLES i I <? | ..j i CATHARINE r e y t o s I ( A Wl? GRIFFITH GAUNT. Aa played by them at the New York Tbaater, with nntenaded -nccea, fer KIX C0N9R< DTIVR WEEKS na 26 tf metzerott hall. < GBAND OPERATIC CONCERT ' THE RICHINGS CBLEBBAfBD ENGLISH OPEBA TROUPE CAROLINE RICH IN GB. D1BB< TKBiS , Will ppear for poaitlrHy one night only on MOBDAY EVENING, November 16, at tbe aboTr-naanart hall. twl preeent eame of their ? h?ic*?t gem- from th- followluv operas FRA DlAVOLO, SlClLLIAN YES PEE*. i MARTHA, ANNA BOLENA KABBEK OF SEVILLE. LINDA, BBTLBY AND DON PASUI ALI. Mu-ir?| Dii actor W G DIETRICH Ctt><le of <diaia>i'>n *1. B?x *te-t?pen on Thurnday morning. ?t lu oVIock, at Met/'-rott a Music Store, where aeata can be tern red without extra tharK*. ^ u<< 21 fit " |)RGFB. J. W. A B. I'. KUK1S ( DANCING At'ADKMY. * Penney Ivania avanae. bat. 6th *?4 7th ate /fm ? Opp ?ita Metropolitan Hot*!. Orr A< ed"tnf la no* >?. a for the rer ptien of 1 Pcpila. A erivrt < nit I* u .v. toriuiuii ?a Wed* ii(?<la> aftam?on froiu a t<. u a clock, f<?r tb?-e M i?ttto4onx r. ?ular- la??i<a. Circular* ran be ladtlJ.F. XlUa' aud W G. Uet4. rot! A ' Cn.*a Mi -fc Stor<a. ' The Bajl <**>i ba rented for Bolreea. Ac. D-y* M'f Hontr of Tyrmn : j For Ladlee. Mi-w- * *nd Maac -ri. Taeeday and 1 TliaraAay afteraoana. frot? t to 6 o cl'xk Gentleaieii'? Olemea.TnaadAy ?nd Thureday event t *a. frrm to 10 <- clock. Kor further I r> format ion. ?rp'v dnriac the houre of tuition, or addreei a nore to the Acaaamr. Qnarter cowinf-nctnx * ith the flr^t leeaon. ?e 10 |\1 A B I N I ' FASHION ABLE" DANCING v Hi . ACADEMY. AT aa MABINI 8 ASSEMBLY ROO^S, ? F. bete?*en #th and 10?h -trceta, _ Thla aca<*-nty la no* opfti ter the re< ?-p- UflBk 7 tioi' of pcpila. * I?a)? itad konra *f tnilion for vonnv la lie* ntlo-narid uja?t'-r? Tu?eda> t. Ttuirs ley<< and S*t- " T?r4ay a, from ) tot p rn i G' ntlrm. rlatev* trvtu n to 10. Mm* ?Tenil??? N B ? Pri'vaU inatmctlon tflven to solt the converleore of tha aapll t?f? j EDUC ATION AL. I' ST. TIMOTHY^ HALL. HE datlea ? f f> I- institution will be resumed ea 8cat. M, UM For terwa, Ac.. c?* tl. ? ie ii1 cfrnler at th* principal took iter-* of tliia t clty.ar arf#re-?a tba erterlpat. an 31 E. PAltBON?.-Cat.jnellle. Md " STOVKS. Ac. ? ~ PREPARB fQB WLNTBE> ^ " ! fin Al to YD 5. t;a thMreet, JgA ; i WP betnr-en D and E. LJ%Lk V i oc ?an i't rt-p Iri lor all W1n >a of Ntovea, * . Bang**. Ht-a:-ra. j.uii Fnrnace*. r Mjltli celt br?t*d h ANOB9 for aal" r'ooklDff aud Uen'ln* STOVES In ?r??a? T*-iaty. OL1) PTOVKS taken h? part pay f^rnew. N B. Sealer of Walgbta acd Me-??nr*a. BOREBT BOTD. t M Ire* 4 7 9 Mb afreet.bat. DjiM B. ^ ^ I. A. *?frrbVELL * INFALLIBLE A'lt'E a ^ . ClRR. i>*U vhn wl? iiiul ratiil i>< DI CK- tl ETT A RI'CKJI. ApoOitM-arlf*, Nu Peun?> L f *aria ar*fcia, betv . eo 2|?1 ajd id A?*?t* ?i-d * j K tragauu gotTaM?. bol?a?lBi*' 1 .1 *hM B .tj |r SPECIAL NOTICES. , I ? W A ? D'? 1 ' PAPMf OOLtAE AID OOFF8, _ To he bi4 K??r>?h*r* I ? A I 8 A fi A If B 8 1, i* oa ? .l'?1 tn?o?, ! ?n/l f .*u v.V*" 8th na* #th W , k?*nU for H Mbinf to?, i> O. no J5 M I ,?T1T,?B BODn,<|iilNMIf iBu (Otd I rf*i ii* ?ortk^r? ?^>>ori.i?iM<i- I V " ' * PHALOB'S " BI'iHT I Ikft ^ wfc,<h r"' tour I ?n kH I V^2,!5?'rIof " ' other a*?rae?a for thf hand- I T.eTy f,iy a Buu thl* aide el tbe I o to mac Sold everywhere. j JUPNiUm GBCAT BdECMATK lhf remedy ever v/?r? th-nablic. A gentleman ef this !.L> L?*' the ?ee of hlelimb-i. and had ff? [or over ,fx monthe. hu Un com- I A* ads "tV, :t bo<tl* T*" * ? ?*Meted I aol?-eo?w (B^C. FOBD, Ag*nt. MEDIAL INHTITOTB FOB 8PB01AL oasbb. j Be 14 Bond tract. Hew York. ..^rr.,?IlJBf?r!5S!l,#a' wlth "> *?**<>? r/<r,,/U> 1 ? ^*** " **T< ? ?'' send.for tlUm, I *ot rrf>rt'" edTeitt.lue phy in .nllfl??*rt ?'?>* for*, WltboBl rtftrmr, 1 I ? w. *er ,h^'.d ?* trusted. Enclose a stamp il -i'OOtto DB. LAWBBNOB. NO 14 Bond street, New Yerk. neMDAWly rwo BAD OA 818 OF P1LBS OF BED BY DB m, &fKIC**'AHD'8 PlLB BIMICUY. I i?V3V?ii fe8viile' wrltee for I L.2 ?!' 7>? aufferwUh the Pllea, tbat be 1 ? j tronfelod for Htkt years with an | trim? ft?** Pllea. and hla brother wan dlecharged I ttbTk* imi <lle being qnlte para- I lyaed with the Pllee I Both tb> *e (ll'tr^o-ons < ae< e I :??rot Dr 8TBICKLAND 8 f*_* *'j Th? '" "mmmJati n of thean ! sen Umenbeaide the daily testimonial* received i J. ?k.? . J . ' ou,'t tocooTiaeathaM sutler- I In* that tb?- tunst aggravated lirenic cm<" of Piles MwC h*. i '* ? ?trt<,|t,?ad'e Pile Remedy It is L?I? n'i 5rI5J1,,a wry where. Sotd by J W UH*I8TlA*I,5?l Pai avenue and AO',1 9th street. ocMly I A hUPEBlOB KEMEBY. | . ** WB8d?ntl?a?ly recommend these *uf- I I * 91,f'** 1d|,K?ffc.l.a*. ??n?h, DK. 8TB1CBL A Nl) 8 HELL1I LlOL> VOUOH BALSAM. I It (rivea relief alaoott IniitaiitaneoQ*, and la wttb | loabt birt th?j Mt liitloon* Con?h Halaan la one of I tbe be%t preparatlona in tvaa. and ta all that ita I ?K?t .lor U Ml* haT* tr1e< dnrinf week. a?U (onad reli?-f from a mast <1Ua-iSc?n?l1 11 'a prepared by Dr 8tr? klan l, Pf?-* hjaiBora atreat rinrlnnatl, Ohio, and Tor aala by Drpuiata Hold by J W HAlkN A rHRlMTTMt^i S Dru* ?t,jro? *?'* CAA8. FHMHTIHl'g, 117 Pa. aTpnue and S04 Ninth I neatly BVMKL Y, STSABIL T, | 8VCCK88PULL Y, *OijABrt)BB1 KXTBAOT BDOBO j U CVXIIM I tiny oaaa of Kidrst Dusasb. BiaVH&fi*m< I UhatkLi Ukinast Di?ordi*?, WiAK!fBaa and I Pa:? Id tb? Back, Pbmalb Oowuim and I Truvblk> arliiag froaa Bicmu of aht Bihb j owi*. ' AFFLIOTIPI | TBY 8MOL ANDBB'8. TAKE NO OTHER BUCK9. ^'4 by all Apothecarlea Price 81 D B ABBES Jt CO., New York, and BABBK8, WABDAOO , w Orlaana, Boot hern A?rat?. BUBLEIQH A I hOO*B?. WholaaaJa Brnfflrta, Boaton. Maaa , General Aiaata. fat 1^1, POLOATFB ABOMATIO VEQETABLE 80AP j A anperlor Toilet 8oa.f, prepared AroBa reflaad j Vb?etabt b OiLala combination withOltcxeii* I MM,tT^"HT tor th" of Ladiw, and thaNcB?BT. Ita ??rf?na la M^ttlaite, and waahing pxopartlea anrirailed. I For aale by all drngglaa. fe l aolT h-- . ?*C?*T DIHBASKrt' ^ ^ aR IT ^ N m Qi t'j m thti rnuat r^ptain j I ly^wrer dfCf te^,Dre*d* Ibe on,3r reruerI.!Ti .? i I Cure#In two tr> Tour daya, an-l I rj?t cmM>? In twenty four bonra No mineral no frTt^^L'.i^u rfur' Only tea pilla to be taken It o?t want t. [ *?* Vil#nJ u ,ho#e who 10 m.lr VI M?ie P?ck?*oa. 83. fe?. wi.'S: ?;r an Eaea.^f AMI> CiiLlBACY, Sfea Vl? nuSlif ?nd InttracUon for Yonng the y'ltA'!^^'r!r,>Dd AbaM* whloh proatrate ta,*-1 BALLS. I'AUTIKS.^cT P>SIAN BBOTtilBUOOD. jgT I r JL i 'iBank " * TflANKSOITlNO BALL [ oy THt *U A8H1B?T0* UIBOLE, AT ODD YELLOWS HALL. 8*V18TH STBEET, WBL>N EH DAY, i Thankafclring Bve,> Be*, tt. Senator M. rrlBon and othar prominent Fai.l .n. tatkiputed*1' 10 pr' #ut( ? Pieaaant tltaa la The aanatc will be under tbe direction of Pro Mnloney-aiid tl><- tnoxt popular Iri?L jSl ill be a. lirared in hla inimitable atjle. j Ticketa. 8> admitting a K*ntleri.an and ladien no 2?>-3t TuifniTf iuni ball "S" A | TWBNT1BTU UBAND PIC NIC ?>r THB , VODNO I'NITEH CLUB, *111 be (ft ren at THE WAbHlNGTOtf CITY GABDEB,ON I HAN h Mil VINO DA1T, (Thoraday,) Not. JH. J 1 be I'Injure Clnb, which haa rt.a i.rM.t MUli B*n l,d Plc NIC. Will recn'ne a re^eie^r,1Ua.V1 Oiul . nd^lt" UJt", JaT?el/' w f 1 "ctl" bat. K?ll No Inritatlons ?ent. I saaioV'""' '* B*"d kM **'* f?r the oc J toft* * odock , and keep ?p adlaa.*1* A? ttDU, 'du,?**'u* ? ?ant;. man a-id j By order of "Q* ** THE CO X M ITTEE f Oa Tli A N K 8Q1 V I NO E\'E. THE F1KST QKAND BALL % A AMERICAN KAOLK A>800lATION^^ j * Ml ba viT, n at FOBBED HALL. OcorgeU,wn. ' Oh UEDXKSUAV, Not. f^iAokiftriiif E V8. Tb** ocl* LrHtcil u(.iv win I ' tana la ensaged for the-Tea^a '' U,U ? .C0JVl"',lt" ? *?!?? thun-elaea to aaara rJ? "or e>p?,iae to make this one of th? l#Hl I ** <?f the IM Biwfl. 1 f ^J"' * Q,'nl!Mn?n and Ladle*. , Sl'U T 8 o'F ~P Y T H 1 a 8 7 ! Tho-?- wialitng to *p< nd n ple^ant cl at 1 hie eTetiinit. frw fr-m nelwy dUtnrban e-. <jk ill not rail to he pre?at>i at the /IA I i KlHel (.BAND BALL LA f * or LIKABTk LOD4.B. b, h (knighla ol Pjil.la.,, i> l.-e elveu at t^Dr FELLOWS HALL Nav? Yard 0-. ^ BF'N KHDA > EVBWIBf t.., i h<* ron roifip^r^t o?? Minis t*> 01 iko I ' bi- a social t unlet., and tb < m ?u kn,,*,, cherac ( f?l 1) e ?r?l<*i uil! in nre Kii.VfHa I Tl< Kklh ^h K AtOLl.AB. luiauaiu; a l.-'-ntle- ] tan nn<l linlM-e. 0-? *fiTHB -.laj Malhieaoa. Wrn Cra>a. M. \ KNtlly. w 11 Bd' IL, H.U Yon^g, .^t.fior- | J on. II NiHa, J.?- iVgg, J??. Alton. 8 V?lb?>!e, I i I. E?f< n, ^ n?? 11 4t* I t I HE IbLAMT^OClALS ~ ?a i I M ill -lve their ^9 I , TFNTH OR AN I> BALL. iA ATJfLAMD HALL. A J On MoBDatV D>w. 10. )?Vi n >*1 6t* J ' WBW BOOBt-BarcyJ.Thlrty YeeM rfAmy I ~ Life < a tha Border Illustrated. Annual Oy- I i lepedta tor ltd. Uoldain Smith's L?ctu:ee on I , he ftu<i> of Hlaterr. Summer Kaet by Qalt Ham I . SS.bZZJiTzk,?,u' " ?- ; JUI babcb taylob. < TELEGRAMS, fct. Some vwki aiwce, in a case befora the Circuit Court of Aim Arundel county, Md.. J edge Marruder relured to allow the evidence of ? colored woman to be rreciwd, itttitf tmt according to tbe laws or Maryland no negro eo?ld testify in aaj cam where one of tbo parties to tbo stiit waa a white person. lAe also declared that the civil rights Mil was uaeonMlUtiossl On Saturday ho was talo n before United States Commissioner Brooks on the charge of violating the provisions of this aet. Ha declined an examination, and ?w band* to await the action of the United States pud jury it December. It is iatended to make this case a test question as to the constitutionally of tbo civil rights bill, as Judge Giles' decision will be appealed from and the case taken to the Supreme Court. The steamer Liberty, from New Orleans, via Havana, on tbe SOtb, Has brought to Baltimore Captain Harris and the officers and crew of tbe steamsbip Kingfisher, of Messrs. Morde. cat & Co *s Baltimore and Charleston liae, wbirb left there on tbe ti*b iast., but foundered in a severe gale sixty miles southeast of Cape Hatteras. I be officers and crew and passengers, tbe last named three in number, took to tbe ?mall boats, and, after being exposed for some hours to tbe mercy of tbe storm, were finally rescued by the United States steam frigate Susquehanna, which was conveying Lieutenant General Sherman and Minister <Xmpboll and the Secretary of lepatian, Mr. E. C. Plumb, to Mexico. All were rescued except four colored men. Tbe bill U> define tbe qualification of jurors has passed both bouses of the Tennessee Legislature, taking effect from and after it* passageThe bill provide? that in trials, civil or common law, is any courts in Tennessee.it shall be good ground ot challenge for cause as to competency of anv jnror that such person is

not a qualified voter of ihe State. Tbe bill a!?o provides (hat a per-< n convicted or a rape as now defined by the Tennessee st&'nte shall suffer death by banging, but tbejury may commute t&e punishment to imprisonment for not less tfcau ten nor no more than twenty years. A terrible tragedy occurred in Omaha, Kaa&as,ou Thursday night last. The fire and burglar-proof safe in tbe wholesale grocery store ofH. R. King Jc Co. was robbed of ?15,000: a clerk named Higgins recently from Pennsylvania. wasmurdered in h is bed. and the buildin? set on <re to cover the d?e<l. The porter named Bates, wbo slept with Hlgglu* iu the store, was shot through tbe arm. This man, however, is supnosed to be the perpetrator of the robbery and murder, and is under arrest. The clerk, Higgins, was killed with an axe. a tearful gash being cut in bis bead A special dispatch from Chicago ba>> the following: Tbe glad news bas beeu made public of the virtual completion of the Lake tunnel fcr supplying Chicago with water. Tbe workmen are within thirteen inches of tbe lake end of tbe tunnel, and the city inspector at four o'clock this morning bored an |auger-hole through to the other side, clearly showing that what was supposed to be au operation of great delicacy?tbe making the two ends m?et ? has been accomplished with beautiful scientific effectiveness. A special despatch from I^avenwortb to the N. Y. Tribune says that the Morchon City newspa|ter reports that the Cheyenne council had been closed, and that tribe? are concentrating at Big Creek, on the Smoky Hill route, and their chief told the employees of the overland Company tha' nothing bad been said in any ol tbeir treaties about tbe Smoky Hill route, and they should uot be permitted to use it. A special messenger who recently arrived from Ireland, states that the Island will soon be in a state of complete insurrection. Large quantities of Springfield. Enfield, and Speucer rifles are hourly arriving at New ^ ork, which are being constantly -hipped to Ireland Massachusetts beads tbe movement in subscriptions and don .Uou? of arms, and all tbe latter wbich were intended for service in Canada have been turned over to Stephens A sun ha* been commenced before the Supreme Court of New York, by John H. L?ster against General Butler, charging him with false imprisonment?damage laid at #l(M,0C"*, ami with fradulent conversions of property? damages, ? ,?*). Lester received a free pass from Secretary Stanton during the war to bring his family North. General Butler disregarded ihe permit and imprisoned him. The Chippewa Indians, on hunting expedi- i tions. are molesting tbe settlers along the frontier. A partv consisting ot David Ellis, Mrs B"k>T, two yonng ladies, names, unknown, an elderly lady, name also unknown, and a little boy who left Knoxville, Iowa in October, for tbe purpose of crossing the plains, were captured, and all but the ladies were murdered by tbe redskins. A prize-fight was on Saturday arranged between Johu McGlade, of New York, and Sam. Collyer. ot Baltimore, for from one thousand to six thousand dollar*, to take place soon at some point between New York and Baltimore. Ou Sunday, tbe I3tb inst., the Susquehanna arrived at Havana, where General Sherman and Minister Campbell were received with marked attention by tbe authorities. It was understood that they wonld remain in Havana one week. Fifty -even Radical Senators and Representatives of Tennessee publish a call for a State Republican Convention to meet in Nashville on the ?d of February next, to nominate a candidate for Governor to represent the Union men ol Tennessee. The Presbyterian General Assembly will coutinne its eeesion at Memphis this week It has been largely attended, and the greatest harmony has characterized iu deliberationsMany eminent divines are ia attendance. A Paris correspondent in a communicatiou ot a late date states that tbe alliance betweeu Prussia and Russia, ami tbe counter alliance between France and Austria has been c*n?ummated. There is news from Acapalco of the landing of tbe whole armament of the ?chooner Western at lloca de Tronaga beiore the arrival of the Imperial vessel sent to capture her. The friends of Governor Swann assert that lie has determined uot tocou veue the Matyiaud Legislature in extra session. It will meet in regular session on tbe loth of January. A number of Republw an? in Baltimore are making arrangements to visit Washington on Saturday next to join ia tbe welcome toCougl'e-s It is slated that a large number of men have l*eu duped by a concern in New York advertising free passage, homesteads and religious liberty in Branl. At a banquet to General Nelson T.tylar be Mated iu bis speech, tbat he should uot coniert ihe seat of John Morrissey iu Congress. Colonel Kelley is now in charge of Feniaii [tflairs. Mr. Stephens having evidently left tor Ireland. The New York Yacht Club have endor?e.i riie ocean sweepstakes race b?-i ween th?* yachts \ esta. Henrietta and Fleetwmg. A special from Little Rock, says the Arkansas legislature bas elected Hon. John T. Hbillip? United States Senator. Tbe Monit' r se.ys rhit tbe w*r budget and die army is to be increased as preparation for ?ventua'lities likely to occur. Tim Mkthodimt Cx>tknaii\ Krin ?1The ?um contributed to tbe Methodist centenary lund tbi? year already amounts to nearly thre.? millions dollars. The Christian Advocate is .-oulident that tbe aggregate will reach five millions. Mr. Daniel Drew. 01 New York. Heads 'be list of subscribers by the gift of half tmilliou Among the donations from single lurches or individual members we Una th" names of lee Clad a, Esq.. of llopkinton, Ma?s. tchueetts. put down for *\>5.0 .o, and bis -ou. Lieutenant Governor William Clafiiu, lor *nu;0 . Broomlield Street Church, Boston, f>ves UTU.CMi: and Canton. Ohio, *78,4^8: Christ L'burch, Pittsburg, I* down for S*(MMi; Meriien, Connecticut, hus already sent ia md more Is to follow Trinity Churcu. Ciainuati. contributes ?3n.U0t. and North Ad.un?, ilnssachusetie. Sl3.l*Xi. Tbe mention of the??e numbers will show ou what a gigantic ?ca] bis work Is going forward. (/Two sisters named Berry were married last week at Rockland, Maine?tbe one uj a Mr. Blr>ck and tbe otheT to a Mr. Suow Blackberries" and -Snowberries.'* WAi Orrington. Me., during tbe gale af Friday lust, Mr. Nathan 1?. Phillips, sixty even years of age, bad jest cloaed hi* torn loor, when a terrific gust of wiod burst it ipsn. and it struck him with such force that ne died from the effect* of the blow on Monlay. I . ?- jzt~ : i wi Dilirtctfal !knf? ia a Riiulin Ckirrk L'1 > EMltMl. "r Tbe Hndgewater (Kngland) Mercury re w! counts the particular? of a d nn.ffui acene i whtcfe occurred ooe Sunday in October in ,? Nor thmoor-green Church. Mr. Huat oom- J1 ?or?i?f ??rvi(? MOD after eleven o clock, and proceeded for a time in lb* ordi nary way, when it was suddenly interrupted s > by a great com mo ion being observed near the ,ni door. Immediately followed by a loud buret of tn, fanghteranda stamping of feet, tbe evident r, intention being to create ?? ma h not*e as posaible. Tbe cause of thu tumult was the entry 1 into the church of two women and four th? men. attired in what they designated their ?i.i vestments." These consisted for the most i part of several pieces of paper, either pinned or sewn together. In the form of a loafc. vid intended to representa cape, <similar to'nut j worn by Mr. Hnntin his high cetobratious.") ar The paper wa? of vanoas colf?Kand cousi?te?t th. of strip- of paper-hanging*. On the back, in iD, the fay est colors, were piece* of paper ar- of ranged in tbe form of a large cross. Fiecos ol .. i large placards, printed on different colored paper, pages of illustrated periodicals, Ac... fastened together, helped to complete the cos. ?*<, tume. One m&n wore ahigh "cardwiAl s hat," rn made of yellow paper: another had strips of colored paper attached to his cap, in imitation ] o' tbe ribbons of a recruit, and wore in front su an immense placard, '.akotush L.ue ln?u- ,w ranee, while behind was another large i?|;t- he *' *iauS,'r"* Celebrated Hippodrome " a-' The two women are named Ellen Sweet and ofl Ann Bird: and the fonr men were Kobert Tothlll. John How, Edward Kltch, and Far- fit son- Immediately alter the entrance of the^e tai persora there wa? a large acc?*-ion to ?he con- clj gregation of people who had followed th- nj? procession.' There was a complete in'er- nn ruptlon to the service, and Mr. Hunt call, d a Tl constable to M^ai himselt beside ihe poipu. On thi leaving the pulpit Mr. Hunt proceeded to th?- ?e| where h<* ???red himself in hi? popish tu habiliment*. and again came forth, preceded 0< by his server, who bowed low in frout of the N. altar table each time he pa>sed it. The *?ov Ft having lit the candles Mr. Hunt knelt down, l'j When there immediately ensued a loud noise 1 canned by scottting and stamping or feet, and m< coughing, and some langh'er. Incense mi was next burnt, and directly this was com- on menced the uproar became v?'ry great. Some Ft pnt on their hats. The bulk of the mem- In bera ot the congregation, no longer content Dr with stamping their feet, began to hiss and El hoot, and got very excited. Cr es were also ] raised of -Fut it away!" and to Home-' Ft In concluding the service, and before parta- N< king ot the "consecrated elements,' >Ir Hunt fr? lifted the vessel with both hands over h"5 l" head, upon which some hissing to-^k pla-e to Himself and his ser w were the ouly commu- -et meant?. Most of tbe congregation, after le ?v- sb ing ihe church, remained outside, and wared for aome trme before Mr. Hunt appeared, when J he was saluted with cries of ? (*o to Rome ' tb V ? m?Py 9,*"*ps have 'ee ha<t sent to ee " w< , Mr. 11 nut was escorted from the spot bv is three constables. 1 ap Virginia 5?aa. In Rockbridge county, last week, tbe carriage *>y ot Dr. .lames Watson, containing his wife and 1,0 family, was met in the road by another car- Ci riage driven by a negro man, who drove against Hi I)r. W. vehicle, breaking it and endangering *t1 the lives of those in it. Dr. W. followed the 1"i driver. &Dd tiring ai him as he tail, ibt* bull to* took effect, inataatly killing the negro man Uc I>r. W. gave himself up. and was held to bail do in ?!,( On. bn On one day of las: week, several negro m-ti W employed in a tobacco factory in ltanville hn poisoned themselves by drinking of a prepara - mi tion used to flavor tobacco, known as the oil <?i off mirbane. They being iguoraut of Its poisouous lo? quality, got ?o tasting pretty freely ot it, and wl in al"W hours every one was prodtia ed from an its enecte. T wo of the men died. T* At the meeting of the stockholder? of the bu \ irginia CVniraJ K&ilroad, a propo8iut#a to nit subscribe to the stock of the Tredegar Iron col Company elicited a lively debate, and was withdrawn; but on* favoring a chacge in the cAarter, so as to a?ithori/? a purchase if m) necessary, of the Ohio and ttovington roai, was pauM. The negotiations between the .lames Ki ver iV. and Kanawha CanaJ and the French Co.. ao- n ' tear to have a point beywnd which they < *u get no further. ?Jol. Kliis, tbe Fresident of tns ^ C ompany, does not think that the ronsumma- v!, tion wished lor is any nearer than it wa^ su months ago. a" The Fetersburg people have made arrange n menta to have a charity b.tll there soon, ar which each lady is to wear a calico dress. ;c ^.1 be given to some poor woman after the ball Jt' The fields of growing grain i?i th* \ allev re, present an onn.-ually fine appearance. The tTn wheat has come up well. Ml-1 A KKVABKIHUUS* ;>* Ncn-osEn Cnr?r. "A IN Fobtsmouth? A H'We ram a, Ut. T"y..i C)n Tuesday eiening tne inmates of ' the family of Mr. Wm R. Bontwell, residing ,p> on South street, in Fortsmoutk. \ a., partook of snpper. 'he principal dishes of which con- on sisted of hashed beef and sweet potatoes The an' -arne night, Mr. lloatwell. bis wife, Sallie ,D| Boutwell, and an old lady, Mr? Ann Critten- ?* dea, were all attacked with the most violent *,!' purgings and flu of vomiUng, dreadful cramp#, and all the most positive and unmistakable ?? symptoms of cholera. Medical aid was called in, but all three of the sufferers contiuued to gTow rapidly worse, and all died within a few hours of each other, and were all laid ont in V. th sane room. Tli* deceased composed the L entire hotisehoid, death makiog a remorseless ,a aweep of bu*baud. wife, aad the aged ladv 2 who bad her home with them ?ym-fdi i ,v. fe< naim. to cri Tna 1 zyrogaf. Fowir or thi For* ?M Krdan, correspoBdent of the Farts Temps at I Florence, confirms the report that an arrange. sat inert is contemplated by which the various Sti powers are to guarantee to the Fope a small Wi e>rtion of the territory which he still retains tb( W'8 .r"A *r'al mHn-T P"*op!eare convinced. i and the Roman vrevolutionary; committee and ?i the Italias government, among others, ihat the no only practical settlement of the difficulty i- t , leave the Fope the absolnte sovcreigntv oter the Leoline City and a strip of territory, exeluding Civita Vecchia, but Including the port p& ofFalo. According to this plan all that part 1 ot Home on the left bank of tbe Tiber and the of 1 rastevere, as far as the gate ot For to Santo ra' Spirito, would become exclusive Italian. The I I-eoliue City i> walled in. and th^ F. pe could i?k thus feel himselt at Immf.' un po L.KG1FIATIOH ik VansroNT.?The \ ermont I Legislature, at its recent session, changed the ma distribution of the school funds, bv which on?'- "W third, instead ox one-fourth, as heretofore, will an be div ided equally letwecu the comtuou school | districts and the remainder in proportion to :he be average da.lv attendance of scholars A law fa> was passed allowing parties in court to testify a in their own behalf. An act was pa^cd lim- , iling the liability ol the State bank-(now being i_\ closed under the operation of uational law-) , , for the redemption of their currency th# u" period of one year, commencing trom the pub- * lie at ion of due notice, which publicauon must . continue tbrongh the year. The salaries of ^"f | the ju.lgesol theSupremeCourt wereio reased lo* by -WW, n.akiug iheni All effor - to < increase the efficiency of tbe militia were ^0I 1 unavailing J l'i 1si?ia Ktnr.HR ToBora?A writer from Faria speak.- of meeting a Parisian coachmau. k~. to wh*m misfortune baa given acnriouace. lebnty. Sometime since a caucer in his tongue ..j" rendered its hjiipntatioa uece?sary This oper. P ation was performed by the surgeon of the ? Hotel lJieu. who shortly afterward replaced CP the lost tongue by one of gutta penha. Al- Uo though he cannot -peak, he tastes, swallows, art an?l tmok. s his pipe with apparent en loytneu;. Alter ?atiag be t.ik*s out his toagii* "i> one l'* takes out a aet of false teeth? i* t leau it, tint ,r,, betw. en bis repasts he generally linds it more **>1 coiivenieai te carry it in his pocket. Wj Akkajus Utah.?It is announ.-ed 'h.v a ti' \ ery gloomy state ot affairs exists in I iau and rai that the protection which I* promised hr tbe f7, Covstitntion and laws to all cltiien- i- uot practically given In tbatTerritory Thusta e * of affairs.it Is said. c&uBot long (iUietlyc^u' hup; and a prominent ciuaen of that Tern- ir tory predicts tbat Um aovernmeut will at ao distant day feel it due to a large portion of the people there to declare auUioritati rely whether Yo l/?h la a part of tbe Unitrd States, subject to 'f1 Its lews and sovereignty, or wtMMber it & to be He given up to tbe Mormons. >ar STTbere U but oue revolationary pension. Cat er bow litiag, Samuel Dubb, who enlisted On from Mew Hampshire ai.d bow live, m New lioi \ork. Cbhobs tbat "Ooae" should oloee th- air list. tba K/*Adermaa rojiemaker named prestoa. ft rssidinc iaFiBdlay. buag himself la?t Tu?*?- Ian day "because ius oaaghwr (oo^Msit ho>u ord to prevent hut going to the tavern to driak swi t <U . U 4 Entomn wwi. [By the Atlantic cable I <ordoi, Not J.% rbe onJition >f'tie M *n nipirr is ib? i<>MiDf topic the coatmeut Tbe Trieste p*|?r? ?ay tha* siaeolibe l.-npre?* Catit-"'1' ?* it?i ftl The London Sunday ilar-Me ?f rcorti 1 rg ?ays the royal otu m i-?i *1 'b^ Btrair.y laws will ?oon fomrn*' - n as. 1/ord Crawn wib ?i.l Ik pr^ido*: af i conimiMioa. Among :?? > nvmbrri w !l b* rd HeugDton. Sir Kcundeli P*im?r. Sir K. illimore, Dr Tmm. and W. H. i)r?t?y. (I* are vaf a* report- u>?: ibf liox-roin-ii rode to ?ead twenty m.iitia r^gimenta to land. johdom, No\. 24 ? An editorial writer m the awsot tbia motaing beli-*wa tin t m-ror iximillan has actually ahdicat-d. n? iu< *? the Intervention of th? I'mr^d state* verament at tb- aext st-n u a aauer *t irtf. bat hope* tbatcoodre>iiiu will luliov L- repor#d that 40 trm-poria will >ail tioai eet to bring home tbe y r?n?b troop* innektely ait?r tbe arrival of the ?e\t ma ! ?r iu ?*tco. Not i'l-Noon. f-mu agitation Ireland still continue*. Mmi) ai rests of r?ous and wixur" of inci bare bm ide An American named MrOill*ray, to *m suspected ol being aa apn' of the aians. wa* arrested a' Iiablia to-day and prisoned. Many others whom the aa* mues have spotted will be immediately ar i red raaarm. Park, Not. 2.?.?it u> rumored to-day ha > Imperial ('ommir?:.>i?d appointed u, con ler tbe reorganization ot tbe > reu ti army II report in favor of adopting tb- Pruattaa lltary spstem. nrmarv . Lonuoii. Not.?Tbe liiet ha* adopu-d %ji ad s* to tbe Kroperor ol Anuria asking t. s rest. rati, n of the laws of IM-, aad protnisr U>at tbe Uiet -will con-ider The wisbe* tbe Lmpcrur a< expree??d in bi? re -u: rr ript. (By Steannr.1 Ntw VniK. Not. 25-Tbr(?erv,a?n frp? Mtbimpton on me uth instant. La* arted. The vbolera i* dimmi-hing in London. Intelligence receded at Klwi-no* from Horn* lies that It hv he^ti deci led at a ?-,*ret rotitor* 'tat it tbe Pope be oblig-d to ^uit Home will seek an asylum in Malta Tbe acolaaiIleal authorities ol Maltabate recened yai. ictal nct.flration of this decision The Kmneror of France h%s invited Prim e ipol-ou to uure part in ih- labor- or th- mil y organization comnuacf. Tbe Frvucb irotiid squadron ia ordered to be ready for de. rtnre on the*>th Instant. It |? -'at-d :tiey f to brim ba, k tbe French troop* from Kotae le Coiisututionnei denie* tbe statement in s Memorial I'iplomatique that Mr Ode Ho* II bad spoken of tbe withdrawal of tbe Pop* >m Home, and bis authority from tbe Hritash jvernment to oiler hoopitality to btc Holme* j cholera i? rt-ported m Paris. Tbe Lmptrvr, npreg^. and the Prinze linprrlal ba\e left iri? for l)otri? gtie I'be P.tri* Con?titu i ?nnel denie-tb? ?nt made by tbe (in/n-tte de Krani"? tnat ttie ?urrection bad broken out iu Kar.eloua. I L? ly plot bad b?*en discovered at S>a.ragossa iblic order bad oat been di<?cover?d. Liau-r [elligei.ee EtaUa tbat ? ompl> ie tranqntUty evailt in Saragoaaa and tbe provuu^aof ArKou and Catalonia. Ry tb - treaty ot pna^e be ween Austria and nssiri tbe latter bad nudertaken to restore >rtb Scbleswig in aofarastbepopulaUon. by 'e voting, pronounce tbeuiaelvaa in faTor ot cb steps. Our hope* bavee\er been dire u>d thi? object Denmark *eea iu tbe projioaed Element ot tbe qne-Uou proof of ihf iriea?1ip of Prnt^ia. tsTRAOKDt>ARV I 'Eat h ?Innumerable are e ways by whicb men meet their death, but > bave i,eTcr heard of one more singular tb^u related by tbe hnglith papers, from which i' pears that a skiliul burner took the plac* wl e game lie had int. uded to destroy, and watiially shot and killed, not by tbe band, but tbe forefoot of a deer whicb he bad buuted wn. Tbe unfortunate <ponaman. 0.-org?rqubart. waa on aahoot<ng teur m Scotland s wounoed a tine s'ac. and tbe animal watem}>ticg to escai?e by wav of a narrow gler 'qubart was stauoned at the glen to ad him off, but tbe powerful animat. frar.w itb the pain ot mortal w-iunde, rusbad wn en him. and compelled him to defend m?elf by using the butt of his nfl^ as a club bile thus in combat, the deer laxbed oat with > lore leet so suddenly as to strike tbe hair TS of tbe double-barrelled piece, breaking ' tne and causing the other to discharge the id straight throairb the body o! the hunter, 10 said quietly. am >hot,,'fe|| into th?? sis of ni< companion, and died about twiligti ;e dear fell dead almost a' tlie same mom?n . ?. bad first avenged its death, ar.1 ?bat ol my another monarch of the bills. In a moUipleie and extraordinary mann?r oiiort l?a^sts asid Small Mo*?* \ >re t-ensible, it not tasteful, innov-a-ion of biou is tb* wearing ot abort dre^ae* aad ry small hoop*. Concerning the la ter, there i comical state of consterna'iou among wuinkmd. < inly one po*ees?ed of adr ntnes^ d skill can manage to sit down In them in an sra seat, a pew. a car tli*y utterly reiu* ;.? bside. The trouble la that tbe lower h dispor-ionately large for the np per one* Ku ? tbort dress hoops are ?bori and pliable ie dress is of proper leugth for walking, and ien in modest colors is very appropriate fen it purpose. .T ust now these dre*?e? are madgay as possible, so that tbe wearers, in their 1 petticoats, look like vivandiere*. Some. ies the sleeves and skirt are ot bngh* blu?, 11 the waist and overakirt of brown,?an uiirctniiig and conspicuous combination. 4orkihli Farricid* ?A sibcalar case ot rrlcide bas just been brought to light iu tbrnsblpof May tield. Ohio. It appears tha tbe tjd instant, a man named Carpenter. i his eon. a young man of t3. were proceedr te a ponton of their tarm with a team, and tbe ronte tt was n*ce*MM*v for the son u> gbt, to remove a pair of bars. In passing ? horses one of them hit at him. when the urg man commenced > lolently b-atiug the r*e. The fhther remonstrated aad a quarrel rued daring which the ton struck the father oa the head with a stone, fram rh? effect* of lich death entned in a few hoar* The nily. aot deairing the arrest of th* m a rderer. Te. natil a few days, repreaatted tha: the I man came to his death by a fall, hat flnallv iTded. from feelings of personal ln??cnri*y. inform the authorities of the tacts, and the minal ta now in custody. 'rawcts ?The Wilmington (N. C.) Journal rs that the peanut crop of that ?acuon of the ite will be about half as large aa before the ir. The average theu waa aboat eighty msand bushels. Win a county in Georgia there ia a place lere the track of the bear, deer, iioa aad rse are imprinted in aolul rock. I*"Rogei de Beau voir, just dead, in Parts. koned that be bad spent iu chaingne during bis faat career. Wit Is Mid tbat the Pasaamaqnoddy tribIndians, in Maine, is now decrea&ing a: the te of 20 per cent, every year. WButter ia coming down at St. AJbana. \ t . e other things ia other places, and sold (herTuesday for thirty and tUirty-tlve cea.s per and WA crinoline manul.teturer in Saxony h*? ideduru g the last tea year*, ao leas then i.TM.OUi hoop skirt spriuga, or enough to go ttmcl the world tbirtet-u times and a half WA bep on tbe "ligb', fantastic toe may pleasant, but aot when y ou bop on the faaUc toe of your neighbor. WTbe Huffalo I'omm-rcial says the people that city ? are a great d-al more for nigger nstrels than for profound and eloquent letres. W<J?-r Tbomas. who has just returned ma Soutb-ra trip, state* 'hat almost ev-ry rtbern man engaged in cotton planting has t money. WAt tb- rat- ot progress we have m^de forty years past tbe population ot touted States will be o\er one hundred bi>1ns in tbe year l"U). WA Krencb maga/iue of tbe tashioas iiv? n interdicted in Spain, oa tbe ground ib? pictures of the dresses worn in Paris at the esem day are indeoeut. WHall < Journal ol Uealth expre?e?<s tbe mion tbat bnckwbeat cakea contain more urnisbment tor les? money than ant otLer Icle of food. \jr w* regret to announce the death ol t^uow ddy. King of Aqunpim, Weet Africa, b a man and a brother, aad Inncb-d w?l d missionary, when iu season, with gr-v. uiarlty WAt the bearing with regard togas, b-fir Bo-t. ti City Government, It wasstat-d tb it > coald be furuished at l-aa than tii p-i Dt? cubic f? et. 5^"Wil|.am Tynor, Sergeant Sixteenth R-g ir. was stabbed and k lled by a soldier, o? iday nigbt, at Chattanooga, at a low daire iaei In a qnarrel aboat a prostitute prnei yin May. a Mr Kimball, of N-w rk city, fell aver a tamp post wht'b w-n ng on tbe sidewalk and f> v-tured bf l*g sued tbe corporation for damag-s. aad a y awarded him as.hum WKx-Oa\ernor A O Marra'h of K>ath rohna. bas written a l-vtey to l^overaer intavor of tbe adopuoa ct tbe t'jotb alalAmindment by tbe Southern H*a'-a a* leasure of rwliei, and the wiaeat poll -y for maaaes. ^"It is nouced that a large d*crwa?e ?! iat mortality ia Naa I nuirare toHown aa er from tbe local auihoritiee aUMisbiag II milk. 4 t t a J 'If t I' 4