Several inches of snow fell at Atlanta. Ga., last night.
Earl Harrowby, an old and prominent member of the House of Lords, is dead.
The stage from Columbia to Cambellvilla, Ky., was robbed yesterday morning.
Prof. Henry Draper, well known in scientific circles, died in New York last evening.
Miss Alta Pease of the Kellogg Opera Company has won her suit against Maj. J. B. Pond.
A powder magazine exploded at Guayaquil, Ecuador, yesterday, causing the death of ten persons.
The fire commissioners of New York have been censured for neglect of duty in regard to the Park Theatre.
A Paris dispatch says that President Grevy has gone on a shooting trip. His recovery is thus apparently complete.
A London dispatch says that the Queen, at Windsor today, will decorate the officers and soldiers who distinguished themselves in the war in Egypt.
THE WEATHER.WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 21, 1. A. M. For New England, fair weather, northerly winds, stationary or lower temperature, generally higher pressure.