the KentucKy L.egislature met at Frankfort on tho 80th uit. Oovernor Buckner in his message showed the dofalcation of Treasurer Tate to bo $174,094. At tlio Democratie caucus J. C. S. States Senator. ■Vii.i.iam Wabbbn Boyington, the father of Chicago architecture, celebratoil laia golden wedding anniversary on the SOfn uit. Pbof. Melvtlle G. Br.AiNE, brother of Secretary Blaine, died on the 30th uit. at Salem, Ore., aged sixty-three years. Miss Doi.i.ie Bbown, aged seventy-one years, died on the .'50th uit. whilo kneeling in prayer at her bedside at Middletown, N. Y. Rev. WlLtlAM W. Pattox, D. D., president of the lloward University at Washington, died suddenly on the 31st uit. whilo visitinj his son-in-law at Plainfield, N. J. Ho was sixty-eight years of ago. Mi:s. Maky Smu ii, a giantess, died in New York on the 31st uit., aged fortycight years. She weighod seven hundred pounds. Ciiaki.ks Kixo, the patriarch of Middleton, Mass., celebrated his one hundred and ninth birthdayon the lst. The Marylaud Legislature convened at Annapolis on the lst. The Montana Kepublican House and Senate met in joint session on the lst and formally elected W. F. Sanders ono of the United Statos Senators. Mus. Polt.y FBEHCH celebrated her ono hundredth birtliday at Kast Templeton, Mass., on the 31st uit. Tue Legislature of Massachusetts convened at Boston on the lst. The Virginia Legislature convened at Richmond on the lst, and Governor P. W. MoKinney was inauguratod. Horatio Allen, who invented tha Allen paper wheel. and wlio ran tho first locomotive ever propelled over a track in this country, died on tho 2d at his homo n;r South Orange, N. J., aged eighty-cight years. The Montana Legislatura on the 2d olected Thomas C. Power as colleague of Colonel Sanders in tho United States Senate. Hox. Gboroe H. Bokeb, ex-United States Minister to Turkey and Russia, died at his homo in Philadelphia on tho 2d. JOSBFH Süv::v died on the 2d at Huntington, Ind., agod ninty-nine years.