Maurice J. Power's statute, "The Still Hunt," was unveiled in Central Park, New York, yesterday.
The commission of Mr. Furay as internal revenue collector at Columbus, Ohio, has been withdrawn by President Arthur.
Senator Beck of Kentucky says that President Arthur is the only man that the Republicans can elect to the Presidency in 1884.
The observations of the scientific expedition to the South Pacific to view the total eclipse of the sun, were of a satisfactory character.
Beloit, Wis., was struck by a tornado about 6 o'clock last evening, killing one man and wounding several others, and destroying a large amount of property.
The annual meeting of the Massachusetts Medical Society opened yesterday. The councilors refused to admit women as members on the same conditions as men.
Gen. Crook, according to the official account of his expedition in search of the hostile Apaches, captured 389 prisoners, besides securing a large amount of stolen property.
Judge Wylie charged the jury in the star-route case yesterday, and at 3.45 o'clock they retired to deliberate on their verdict. At 10 o'clock last night no agreement had been reached.
The Rev. Edward Y. Hincks of Portland, Maine, and the Rev. John. P. Taylor of New London, Conn., were inducted into the chairs of the two new professorships of the Andover Theological School last evening.
Base-ball games yesterday. - At Boston, Bostons, 20; Detroits, 9. At Providence, Providence, 8; Chicagos, 1. At Philadelphia, Philadelphias, 4; Clevelands, 3. At New York, New Yorks, 17; Buffalos, 8.