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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - October 20, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts The Boston weekly Globe tuesday october 20. England of Phillips Brooks As Bishop. A. Painful suicide of a voting lady students biblical poverty in wheel bursts in Amos Keag Mill news in Brief. Lell of Franklin mrs. J. Ogdon of Macon a. Hon. E. G. Eastman of Exeter. Col. J. 0. Eastman of Hampstead Secretary Frank p. Car tvs of East Concord treasurer. J. Fernald of Concord executive Sun in it tee Edison c. Eastman mrs. B. A. Niger miss Sarah c. Frye. Mrs. Edson Easton. Sophia Fernald col. J. E. Reeker miss ads Aspinwall Cyrus r. Robinson. And mrs. Marv e. Robinson of Concord and William e. Badger of Lowell mass. The festivities dosed with a levee this evening. Typhoid ravages. With services As solemn and inspiring As have Ever been witnessed in this City the popular and eloquent Rector of Trinity Church than whom no person is better known throughput the length and breadth of the land was on wednesday last transformed from minister to to shop. Trinity Church the stately and magnificent the scene of his Groat triumphs As a pastor was the scene of his Elevation to the highest office in the gift of his co religionists. A More befitting Temple for the ceremony coaids hardly have been devised by architect or built with Money. The Only regret was that its capacity was not ten times greater. So general was the desire of or. Brooks countless admirers to witness his impressive Elevation. The 1032 invitations that were issued could have been increased to 20 times that number Aud none of them Lawe gone a begging. The procession of delegates diocesan officials visiting and diocesan clergymen was an impressive one. Then Bishop elect Brooks with his attending presbyters Roy. A a Din Cotton Brooks Rector of can Springfield and Rev. Arthur Brooks Rector a. V a a i Boston s death rate increased by Tho dread disease. The death rate last week shows quite a Large increase Over the corresponding week of last year and one of the causes of this is that there were to More deaths from heart disease than last year. The total number of deaths reported to Tho Board of health for the week is 21.4, against 177 the correspond be week last impressive it is with i i i John Cotton Brooks Rector of Christchurch Springfield and Rev. Arthur Brooks Rector or the Church of Tho incarnation. New York his Brothers came next followed closely by Tho officials of the general Church in by Tho officials it Trie general cd urn including Rev. William Tallock i. In of Stamford Conn., Secretary of the House of Bishops Rev. .1. Livingston Reese d. D., of Albany n. Y., and Rev. L. Hutchins Secretary of the House of clerical and Lay de duties. Not came the following officiating Bishops in their red and White Oxford hoods Bishop Williams of Connecticut the presiding Bishop Bishop Whipple of Minnesota Bishop Clark of Rhode Island Bishop Howe of Central Pennsylvania. Bishop Niles of new Hampshire Bishop Littlejohn of Long Island Bishop Potter of new York preacher of the Day Bishop Talbot of Wyoming Bishop Doane of Albany. This order was reversed when the procession reached the West end of the Church and in the March up the Central aisle to the Chancel was an illustration of the saying that a the last shall be right Rev. Henry c. Potter of new York f reached the Sermon after the usual morn no and Unte communion service. The Bishops text was from acts xiii., 2-4, and ii. Tim., in a 6 Ai they ministered to the lord and fasted the holy ghost said a separate me Barnabas arid Saul for the work whereunto i have called and when they had fasted Ana prayed and Laid their hands on them they sent them away. To they being sent Forth by the holy ghost departed. Hult up the gift of god which is in Uiese by the patting on of my hands. After the Sermon came the consecration following the order for the consecration of Bishops As set fort i in the Book of common prayer. Presiding Bishop Williams of Connecticut assisted by Bishops Whipple Talbot Potter and Clark conducted the ceremonies. Atter the consecration the Celebration of the holy communion took place and the Long service closed by singing As the recessional hymn Quot for All the saints who from their labors victim of kleptomania. Exposure of Petty theft followed by Young lady a suicide. Taunton mass., oct. 14.�?dr. S. Pres Brey has just returned from Northampton Iii quest of his daughter. Going to Northampton he first sought the president and was told that his daughter Laura had acknowledged herself guilty of theft that for some time the girls at Tho school had been missing Small amounts of Money and detectives were put on the track. On monday she was detected in the act of taking a Small sum from the pocketbook of a classmate and word was conveyed to the president. 8he was summoned before him and at first denied having taken anything but when the proofs were forthcoming she broke Down and acknowledged Tho theft. She said she did not know Why she did it because she had plenty of Money of her own. And Lier father never tinted her in anything. I Lien she was requested to meet the president that afternoon at 5 of clock and by i hat time it was supposed her father would be on hand. When lie came it was agreed that it would lie better for him to meet her at his hotel rate Ger than where her schoolmates were manic went there to await her coming. Having waited until 8 of clock and no signs of her he went to the president and found she had not been near him the latter supposing that she was with her father All the time. Then a search was begun and it was found that she had not left the place by rail. Team or in any Way known to the officers but had disappeared As quietly and effectively As though swallowed in the ground. After a thorough search had been made one of the girls of the school found in Laura a room a note addressed to her father. The contents of the note were in substance that she would not live to Bear her disgrace but would end her life at once. She intimated that she would drown herself in Tho River in Paradise a favorite spot where the girls were in the habit of sitting by a deep sheltered Pool and where but a Short distance below there is a Strong current. The body of miss Laura e. Presbrey the student at Smith College Northampton was found in the River on thursday and taken to Taunton for burial on the following Day. Destitute Given bibles. An illiterate Village found in Vermont a Caledonia pious. Waterbury. It. Oct. 13.�?Rev. L. Elliot Secretary and agent of the Vermont Bible society makes the following report of the work of his department during the last fiscal year of 11,279 , 933 or about one in twelve were found without bibles in the Home. Three Hundred and forty four families were found who could neither read nor write j 40 of the families in a single county town and that one of the wealthiest in the state. Only 40% per cent of the population of those towns attended any protestant Church and Only 23% per cent. Were connected with any sunday school. In those towns 23% per roman catholics. Two thousand one Hundred Ana eighty bibles and testaments were sold in the canvass and 185 destitute families were presented with bibles by the society. Caledonia was found to be the Banner county in the state. Sixty three per cent. Of the population attend Church and 37 per cent attend sunday school. Pioneers descendants. Annual meeting of the Eastman family association of the United states. Concord. N h., oct. 14.�?the annual meeting of the blast Man family association of tile United states was held at Merrimack Hall East Concord today. There was a Large attendance Many being present from abroad. Considerable discussion occurred on the proposition to erect a memorial to capt. Ebenezer Eastman the Pioneer settler of i a Nanook now Concord and further action was deferred to the next meeting pending efforts to increase the permanent fund. Hon. Edwin g. Eastman of Exeter delivered the oration. Brief remarks were also made by or. J. Kastman of Hampstead. George Eastman o Henniker and Hon. S. Eastman. Or. A p. Gage Edson c. Eastman. Chandler 1. Stan t. A. Easton. Rev. E. J. Aiken. Rev. L. Roper 8. L. French and John e. True of Concord. Messes. Edson c. Eastman and John e. Frye were constituted a committee to inaugurate measures loosing towards a completion of the history of the Eastman family. After completing the routine business the following officers were elected for the ensuing be. President. John e. Frye of East Concord Active vice presidents Maria i. Eastman of Media. Penn., mrs. Julia a. Hosmer of Pena Cook. And Edson c. Eastman. Hon. Be. Badger. Chandler Eastman mrs. Ruth e. Stamens. Harriett 8. Eastman f. A. Eastman and Josiah Fernald of Concord honorary vice presidents Gen. Francis a. Walker Hon Ambrose Eastman and Hon. Edmund t. Eastman of Boston. Kimball Eastman of Cumberland Mills. Col. B. F. Eastman of Portland. Me. Timothy c. Eastman of new York City. Hon. Charles Eastman of san Francisco hem. 4. W. Sulloway and Hon. Warren f. Dan year showing an increase of 57 deaths and making the death rate for the week 24,2. Of this number 92 were males and 122 were females 210 were White and 4 coloured 130 were born in the United states and 84 in foreign countries 83 were of american parentage and 161 of foreign parentage. The number of cases Ami deaths from infectious diseases reported this week is As follows diphtheria. 14 eases and 5 deaths scar Latina 6 cases typhoid fever 60cases and 8 deaths. The deaths from consumption were 18 pneumonia 7 heart disease. 24 bronchitis 12, and Maras us to. There were 13 deaths from violent causes including 6 Railroad accidents. The number of children who died under one year was 61, the number under 5 years 73. The number of persons who died Over go years of age was 45, the oldest being 06 years. Tho deaths in Public institutions were 35. Fifty cases of typhoid fever were reported during the week in Tho following districts East Boston o cases City proper 22 South Boston 6 Roxbury 12 West Roxbury 3 Dorchester. I Brighton. 2. Only five cases of scar Latina were reported As against 21 the week before. This was the first week since nov. 9,1889, that no cases of measles w Ere reported. Rutland county court. Heavy fines and imprisonment meted out to liquor dealers. Rutland it. Oct. 17.�?Tho Rutland county court closed its fall term today after a seven weeks session. The court docket was finished with the exception of two cases an almost unknown instance of Clearing the Calendar. Special attention has been Given to the Appeal cases of the violators of the prohibitory liquor Law. Which resulted in gathering fines amounting to the Large sum of $5262. And sending six in Sellers to the House of correction for longer or Shorter terms of labor. Home 20 liquor dealers escaped probable Fine and punishment by eloping to new York and other near by states. The divorce Case of Rev. Timothy l. Drury against his wife Cecilia Drury now of Boston was taken up. But As Rev. Or. Drury could produce no witnesses but himself the court summarily dismissed the petition. The divorce Case of Thomas rankins formerly of St. Johnsbury against his wife. Alma m. Rankins was the most sensational trial of Tho term. She tiled a Cross Bill and Tjie petitioners wore heard together. Both Sines charged infidelity drunkenness Ana intolerable severity with a great Deal of contradictory testimony. Tho names of co respondents both male and female living and dead were quite free in used in open court. Judge Thompson directed a Hill of divorce to Alma m. Rankins with Liberty to resume her Maiden name. Suicide of a broker. Irving a. Evans Boston Stock broker shoots himself. Suncook n. H., oct. 14. A Irving a. Evans. Son of Hon. Alonzo Evans of Boston committed suicide this morning by shooting himself at the summer residence of Brice s. Evans in Allenstown. The news came like a Thunderbolt at the office of the firm in the Fiske building state St., Boston. William s. Bliss the Junior partner was almost prostrated at the news and was Able to receive Only a few of his most intimate friends. The doors of the banking rooms were closed to the Public soon after the word of or. Evans death was received and no one was admitted except through the private Entrance. Hie suicide was wholly unexpected by or. Evans most intimate friends. A the firm is solvent a said a trusted employee to a Globe reporter. A emr. Evans speculations have been private ones and not connected in any Way with the dealings of the firm. A the Banks have a Good 20 per cent margin on All Loans to us. And our embarrassment should be Only temporary. It is believed by some that in his speculations or. Evans found himself Short of the Market Aud saw no Way to meet his obligations. There was a Brief flurry on the Stock Exchange when the telegraphic announcement of or. Evans suicide came Over Tho wires but this was allayed when president Morse on behalf of or. Evans partners stated that the firm was perfectly solvent and had but few contracts on this Market All of which would be filled according to agreement. It seemed to be the general impression that if there was any financial trouble Back of the suicide it was on the part of or. Evans and not of the firm. The funeral took place from or. Evans late residence 180 Commonwealth a. Boston on sunday afternoon. The president and committee of Boston Stock Exchange Aud Many members and a Large number of friends attended. Frightful disaster. Fly wheel burst in Amos Keag Mill three killed and Many Hurt. Manchester n.h.,oct. 16.�?manchester was startled at 9.30 this Forenoon by the report of a terrible Accident at the Amos Keag Mills. The Fly a feel in the engine room of no. 7 Mill had burst with terrible results. Eleven girls were employed in the drawing Robin Over the steam pumping room adjoining the engine House. When the crash came they were carried to the basement in the debris. Some of them wore caught in the heavy timbers and Iron beams. Their pitiful screams for help could be heard among the noise and Rush of escaping steam. Seven were taken out of the rums and carried to Tho waste room. Just West of no. 6 Mill. Three of the seven were perfectly helpless and their injuries Are terrible having great cuts on their Heads and faces while legs arms and ribs were broken. Four of Tii Ose taken to the waste room were soon Able to talk and give directions As to where they lived. The ambulances were soon on the scene and taking away tile injured. Others were taken away in Hacks to their Homes. The body of Engineer Samuel Bunker was found on the wheel dead. The remains were taken out and carried to the engine room in no. 3 Mill. His assistant. Thomas Dalton came out of the wreckage with Only slight injuries. was considerably scalded. Emile Delane a boy employed at no. 5 Mill and living at 62 Mcgregor St., was taken from the debris in a terrible condition. At the time of the Accident he was sitting on a Box in room no. 7 of the Mill in the top Story near the mule spinner on which he is employed. A piece of the Fly which came through the window knocked the timbers and filling boxes to pieces. A mass of drop and Timber struck the boy. And knocked him fully to feet into the room. Before the work of rescuing the injured ones from the wreck could begin the steam had to be shut off As no. 7 Mill was so filled with escaping steam that the employees were taken out through the opposite Side of the Mill by Means of ladders. Those injured Are Leb Erlou Mort huf overseer Gilbert Young second band Mary Richardson left thigh broken Lena French not accounted for mrs. Ada l. Cram left Arni Aud right leg broken died at 12.30 Mamie Kane. Large Scalp wound miss Borden not serious Emile Duaine. Badly bruised Thomas Dalton face scalded and head bruised Louis and Mulvina Myrtle slightly injured. Friday afternoon the coroners jury appointed to inquire into the Accident at the Amos Keag Mills Manchester began its hearing. Encouraging reports Are received from the injured and it is thought there will be no More deaths. Manchester n. H., in Gay attire. Manchester n. A. Witnessed the grandest demonstration in its history wednesday and the City was thronged with visitors. The Trade procession in the afternoon was the largest Ever seen in the state being nearly five Miles Long representing All trades of the City. The City was profusely decorated and 75,000 people witnessed the Parade which was reviewed by gov. Tuttle and staff. The prizes awarded by the judge. Hon. Charles Amsden of Pena Cook Hon. Barberow Milford and Hon. J. Tories of Nashua follow for Hest exhibit in procession 8100 in Gold to Halls amp Robie dry goods $50 in Gold for the second nest exhibit head amp Dowst company $20 for Best decorated premises Morris Block $10 for second Best decorated premises William Marcotte amp co. $2-5 for Hest mechanical Trade at work . Whalen la famous express Man Dea. Haverhill mass. Oct. 16.�?charles p. Rollins aged84, was found dead in bed at his residence in West Newbury this morning. was for Many years engaged in the express business having established the went Newbury Groveland and Baston express in 1846. Which he continued to run until a few years ago. leaves a widow son and daughter. 612,000 fire in Lowell. Lowell mass., oct. 16.�?a building occupied by Frank p. Cheney As a Box making shop on Payne St., was burned this morning at 1.30. The building and engine were owned by mrs. Valentine Wilson. Tier loss is $10,000 partly insured Cheney s loss $2000 insured. Rev. Firmin Coppin dead. Rev. Firmin Coppin s. M., the Rector of the Church of our lady of victories on Isabella St. Boston died thursday after a Long illness. The deceased was 54 years of ago and a native of Lorraine. has ministered to the French people of this City for More than two years during which tune to won their love and respect. Before coming to Boston he was stationed in Louisiana. Stricken with apoplexy. Rutland vt., oot. 16.�?Hon. Joel b. Harris a prominent business Man of this town who was formerly a manufacturer of Railroad car wheels at Springfield mass., was stricken with apoplexy yesterday. His condition is precarious. is 70 years old. _ $50,000 pledged for missions. Pittsfield mass., oct. 16.�?Tho session of the american Board today was largely devoted to considering the Brilliant Opportunity for missionary work in Japan or. Gordon of Japan said the Chi of push should be made there. Incidentally he said that an Ordinary newspaper report of a Sermon was like a plate of hash Cain pared with a live of. Joseph Cook presented a Resolution asking the Chicago exposition to close its doors sundays. The committee on the $100,000 extra said it was Able to guarantee $50,000 from pledges already made. Smash up at Norwood Central. Walpole mass., oct. 16.�?an Accident occurred at the Norwood Central Yard of the new York amp new England Railroad at 12 of clock this morning. Two freight trams colliding smashed an engine and caboose and killed James Connor of Hartford Conn., a machinist who was in the cab of Tho engine. Notes. Two works ago a son of or. Mills of Colebrook n. a aged 7 years sucked a beechnut into his Windpipe. Physicians thought he would cough it up but he did not. And died wednesday. A barn belonging to John c. Jefferds Worcester mass., was destroyed by fire thursday evening. Thirteen horses were burned to death. Loss $5000 insurance. $1500. Thomas Mchugh of Holyoke who was found guilty of assaulting one of the workmen who took his place at the Deane steam pump works after the last strike there Vias fined $50 thursday. Mrs. Julia Bensen an inmate of tile Bridgewater Conin Hospital reached the age of too years Friday. Her descendants visited the Hospital and cheered the Cente Marian with gilts and congratulations. There were 47 deaths in the City of Portland me., for the four weeks ending saturday oct. To. Rate per 1000, 15.27. The Brick House of Henry a. Littlefield in East Limington. Meas burned with contents Early thursday morning the main Brick building of the Hampden paint and chemical company on armory St., Springfield mass., was burned Friday evening. The loss will be about $60,000, and the insurance on the Plant Winch included two other smaller buildings is $74, too. The position of this building has been for years the one Factor that has prevented the doing away with the armory St. Grade crossing a problem that has vexed the City for years and been the cause of countless hearings. This fire has probably solved the problem. At a meeting of the Lawrence mass., Board of Trade Friday evening. Charles t. Main As chairman of the committee on the Merrimac River navigation reported that it had been decided to petition the not Congress to appropriate a suitable sum to carry on the work. The churches comprising Tho Plymouth and Bay conference held their fall meeting wednesday with the first unitarian Church of Middleton mass. Rev. Howard n. Brown of Brookline read an essay on a the use of liturgical forms in Public worship a treating the subject in an exhaustive manner. Others who took part in the discussions were judge Kelley Rev. W. L. Chaffin Rev. J. Jaynes of West Newton Rev. Grindall Reynolds Secretary of a. U. A., and G. Spaulding Secretary of the sunday school society. No storm for a Vear has visited Chatham with such Force As that of tuesday night. Pollock rip lightship parted from her mooring and up to 9 of clock last evening had not been heard from. Wreckers picked up an abandoned Sloop yacht off there wednesday. Named Gracie Belle. Parties in new Bedford mass., have been approached by new York people representing an English Syndicate which is desirous of securing a controlling interest in the Wam Autta Mills corporation. The information that the stockholders Are so thoroughly scattered through new England that their scheme is impracticable caused them much disappointment. Cyrus a. Stone of Lynn Masa in the supreme court has sought from judge Holmes a writ of mandamus against the Board of registrars of voters in Lynn commanding them to Register him As a voter. says that he has not paid a poll tax since 1889. But he contends that the statute requiring the payment of a poll tax As a prerequisite for voting is unconstitutional As also that prescribing an educational qualification. The court issued an order of notice returnable tuesday. Alvan g. Aud George b. Clark the noted Telescope makers of Cambridge. Mass., Are to dissolve partnership. The reason for this act is that George b. Clark the senior partner is physically unable to continue the business and wishes to be relieved of $16for Best comical display. Victor Belli 5 for Best pair matched aretes , a. Fireman s Parade occurred on thursday with a grand illumination in Tho evening. A the old guard or. George Evans who died at Malden j wednesday was prominent in anti slavery i times. To was born in Wakefield. Mass., 74 years ago. To was a Strong anti slavery Man and among his friends in this movement were Wendell Lloyd Garrison and others liven prominent in that work. At the time lion. Frederick Douglass was a fugitive Iii Massachusetts or. Evans shielded Hun in his Home. Or. Douglass was at that time on his Way to Canada Aud it was at or. Evans House that to Glrst acquired his literary know us go. Or. Evans also was warmly interested in the Temperance movement and was one of the firmest supporters of or. John Gough. After Earnest work in those two Liberal movements or. Evans removed to Wakefield. Lie was a Soldier to the Union army serving for Throe years. Or. Evans was one of the first to adopt and use the Daguerreotype process at Worcester upon which he made valuable improvements and in Bis later he had patented adjustable photographic chairs and other processes relating to that Art. Universalist meet at Eastham. Eastham mass., oct. 16. The second Days meeting of the Barnstable universalist association was held Here yesterday with the president. Rev. In. Burnell in the chair. At 8 a. In. A conference and Praise meeting was held. Following it apers on the work of the Young people by is. W. Smith of Provincetown and mrs. W. L. Nickerson of Chatham were read. At 2 p. In. Rev. A. Bradley of Brewster read a paper on a your country this paper provoked a Good Deal of discussion the speakers waxed warm but the Best of feeling was manifested throughout. In the evening a Sermon was delivered by Rev. Edward Morris of Chatham. Levi m. Bates mourned in Vermont. Rutland. It. Oct. 15.�?intelligence has just been received Hereof the death of Levi m. Bates of Newyl Ork by drowning while taking a Row Between Rickerts Island and Bow cry Bay. was a brother of a. Babes of Rutland and was Well known in All sections of Vermont. was buried at Bristol. Vt., by the Side of his wife wednesday. Wed bled and fled. Bitil Noton. It. Oct. Durand of this City made the acquaintance of Almon Shepard a drummer who claimed to Hail from Cortland n. Saturday evening and she was so taken with him that the marriage ceremony was performed Tho following tuesday. On wednesday Almon Lio rowed $5 from his Mother in Law and left the City. Al responsibility. Till firm is 89 years old. And or. Clark began in the business when he was 20 years of age. Edwin Short ticket agent of Tho old Colony Railroad at Tiverton who disappeared sept. 17 under suspicious circumstances has been arrested and is now in charge of the Newport. A i police. To says he left Tiverton because of financial difficulties went to Boston and then West tuesday he was informed that if Tho discrepancy in his accounts was made Good he would not be prosecuted he then Tele graphed the Young lady to whom he was engaged that he was on his Way Home and for her to meet him in Providence. wus in her company on the Twat bound for Tiverton when arrested. Cant. Pratt of Tho Canadian fishery Protection Steamer dream has surrendered the four East port fishing boats which with two others were seized off Cochran ledge last july. Hie others were delivered up two months a to. The claim of Tho Canadian authorities has been that the boats were fishing in Canadian the Fisher men asserted that they were beyond the limits. The release of the boats is due to the Earnest work of United 8tates Consul Neill and is of Tho nature of a Compromise Between the Canadian authorities and Tho fishermen besides a practical confession of inability to prove that Tho seizures were made within British Waters. My this Compromise the right of knifed states fishermen to the Banks off Cochran ledge is virtually allowed. K. A. Wright a Fitchburg Railroad freight conductor on train 55, commonly known As Quot daddy a a Ell 60 feet from his train Friday while Nassiri Over Deerfield River near Conway function Massand was instantly killed. The 78th annual cession of the Vermont state medical society closed Friday at Burlington. Die following named officers were elected president. Charles s. Cavally Rutland vice president a. Bailey West Randolph Secretary inc. Hawley Burlington treasurer d. G. Kemp Montpelier. A county organization was Complete thursday known As the Rutland county citizens Alliance. It is composed of to local branches. The Farmers league which had been organized in four towns have Given up their Charters and Wero merged with tile Alliance. Some time ago English parties bought the Hartford silk company a property at Tafft Ville and now within a few Days they will Start up the machinery of a manufactory which is new to this country employing something like 800 hands. It will manufacture Nottingham lace curtains similar to those which they have been making for years. The company has been organized Aud called the Frank Wilkinson manufacturing company with a capital of $750,090, All of which is owned by the gentlemen w to have conducted tile same business in England. The Wilkinsons have an immense business in England where they employ something like 2500 persons in their Mills at b Aston near Nottingham. Chilwell near Nottingham and Borrowash near Derby. Their american Trade has grown to Sulci Large proportions that within one Day recently they made a shipment to this country of Over 50 tons of this Light material. I hey done to in any Way Lessen their English Plant at the present time but add this american development in order to meet the new conditions of the Mckinley Tariff. The heaviest sentence of till october term of the Essex county Superior court at Lawrence mass., was imposed thursday. John Mcgovern of Andover boing sentenced to state prison for seven years for breaking entering and larceny from two houses in Andover. The Haverhill Board of aldermen has voted that the committee on manufactures and trades be authorized to negotiate with tile United states government for tile Sale of the City land at Washington aq., and execute a deed for Tho same in behalf of the City. In the Superior court at Lowell. Mass., tuesday Eliza Forbes obtained a verdict for $3240 against the old Lowell National Bank for personal injuries sustained by plaintiff while walking on the sidewalk Iii front of defendant s premises by reason of the fall of a temporary Structure erected in front of the premises. The Register on Greylock Mountain went into use july 7, and on oct. I there were 960 names on its pages. Some visitors neglect to Register so it is quite Safe to presume that More than 1o00 people have visited the Summit since the Register was opened. The addresses show that the visitors this season have represented nearly All parts of the United states. Rev. John Vav. Lane of South Newmarket a ll., a native of Stratham has offered to present the congregational society of East Stratham a Bell weighing 1000 pounds and Tho trustees have voted to accept the same. William Heany Engineer of one of the trains that collided at Hawley Ville. Conn sept. 24. Surrendered to sheriff Clarkson at Bridgeport monday. Three lives were lost by tie Accident and upon the finding of Tho Coroner warrants for manslaughter wore issued against Oleany and conductor j. G. Conrad. gave bail in $2000. Tho democratic town committee of Tho town of Middletown. Conn., have petitioned for a recount of the ballots cast at the town election on get. 5. R. Cascara Bilbrick a Farmer of of years of East Troy me., while driving Homo. Was killed by a West bound train tuesday afternoon. The horse was also killed. Tho new England Branch of the woman a foreign missionary society of tile methodist episcopal Church opened a three Days session in the first methodist Church of Meriden. Conn., tuesday. In the referee Case of Tho Otis Falls pulp company against the Poland paper company before chief Justice Peters of Portland me., and judges Libby and Virden tile plaintiff was awarded $23,575. In a decision rendered by the Rhode Island supreme court tuesday it was held that a plaintiff cannot recover in an action where her own misconduct is a ground for prosecution. Tile Case was that of miss Ary coition of East Greenwich against Edward Cassidy. John Shea of Chicopee Falls died at the City Hospital tuesday night As a result of a Bullet wound in the leg inflicted by marshal slate. Slate was arrested alter tile shooting but was released on bail. was again taken into custody tonight on a More serious charge. Stephen b. Sharrott a Thomaston. Me., shipbuilder died monday of apoplexy. left a widow. The Steamer Connecticut of the Stonington line running Between new York and Providence broke Lier Piston Rod Oft City Island Early monday evening. Tho Steamer Lay to until tuesday morning when the passengers numbering 300, were transferred to the Massachusetts and taken Back to new York. The Plymouth and Bay conference of unitarian churches held its fall convention in Unity Church Middleboro wednesday. Sex Stato senator e. T. Turner of Waterbury Conn., was stricken with wednesday morning and hts physicians say he cannot live. Mrs. Elizabeth Warner widow of the late Wyllys Warner of new Haven Conn., who was treasurer of Yale from 1833 to 1852, died Iii West Haven tuesday night at the age of 77. William Mayo a car cleaner of the Hartford amp Wethersfield horse Railroad company slipped from a car and fell under it. Tile wheels passing Over his Chest lie died in a very Short time. The 78th annual session of the Vermont state medical society closed at Burlington vt., Friday. At the salad Choc fair Friday the 2.40 race was won by Dan y., and the 2,20 class by miss Ledo. E. . Bishop an actor whose Home was new Haven Conn., died Friday at the Hospital at Louisville. Ivy., of typhoid fever. William littaur of new York who was injured last july at Narragansett pier crossing by being struck by a locomotive attached to a passenger train has brought suit to recover $10,000 damages from the Narragansett pier Railroad company. A Hundred school teachers from All Over Connecticut were in new Haven. Friday attending the 46th annual convention of tile state teachers association. Joseph Coron. Aged 13 years was accidentally shot at Webster. Mass., thursday by Joseph Champagne. While Hunting for squirrels. His injuries Are very serious. Game Warden ii. F. Bunker of Waterville has made a tour of the Somerset county. Me., game regions and finds there has been an illegal Slaughter of Gaino on in extensive scale. Tho body of Frederick callup a Weaver was found in the Mill Trench at Crompton r. I., saturday. belonged Iii Tennessee. There was successfully launched at Calais me., saturday Hie three masted Schooner Vila Hermano 310 tons 133 feet Long 31 a feet wide 10% feet depth of hold. The Rockville House the principal hotel in Rockville Conn., was sold saturday by proprietor b. Ryan to Burnham amp Ray proprietors of the Niantic hotel Niantic Conn. The barn of James g. Wright and its contents consisting of a horse cow and farming implements was burned at Northampton. Mass., saturday night. Loss $2000 insured. Bailey. Sons amp co., whose extensive oilcloth works were burned a week ago in Baileyville me., have received flattering offers from the West to build in various localities there but according to present plans will not accept. Henry Geoghan 23 years old a labourer of Waterbury Conn., attempted to Cross the new England track at Brooklyn before an approaching locomotive. Saturday evening and was ground to atoms. In memo rom. The death of Phoebe wife of Brewster Nichols at Wilmington. Mass., wednesday oct. 14. Calls for More than the customary record. All her thought and work were full of goodness and none met her hut to Leo its pure and Sweet influence. In life she made every one near her Lippy in death she left rare illustration of the character which designates the pure in heart As those who shall see god. It is by such lives that the Christ life Renews its Power. A foreign pork troubles the French Cabinet. Poles Anil Parnell a Irish politics still excited London ministerial charges Many matters of minor note. Paws oct. 17. Tho customs committee of the Senate met in session yesterday m. Ribot minister of foreign affairs and m. Roche minister of the colonies defended the government s proposition for raising Tho prohibition on american pork and to substitute therefor a duty of 20 trans. Several members spoke at length to opposition to the measure m. Ferry a proposal to postpone the discussion on the subject until saturday was reject ii by a vote of s to 5. M ferry thereupon declared that he would resign the presidency of Tho committee at once. Efforts were to made to induce him to reconsider his determination and he finally consented to withdraw his resignation. Poland to Parnell. Delegate from Warsaw puts a Wreath on the patriots grave. Dublin get. 17.�?delegate Zien Minaki arrived hero today from Warsaw bringing with him a handsome Wreath to to placed upon the grave of Parnell. Zieminski says it was intended that he should be present As representative of the nationalists of Poland at the funeral of the Irish Leader but the russian government did not allow the Date of the funeral to be published in the polish newspapers. The Wreath is composed of Laurel leaves entwined with the polish colors Aud with Broad silk bands bearing inscriptions expressive of sympathy with the deceased and the cause for which to fought. The poles who sent this testimonial of their regard and appreciation of Tho w Ork of Parnell were obliged to smuggle it across the Frontier As the russian authorities would undoubtedly have confiscated the offering oven if no harsher measures were adopted. Still at fever heat. Notes from Tho factions representing Homo Rule. The Irish National league fund held by messes. Munroe fac co. Of Paris promises to be tile cause of still further annoyance and litigation. It is rumoured that the fund is about being placed by the authorities in charge of the Caisse Des con ignation. Still further complication Lias Arisen owing to Tho claims of Tho heirs of the late John Gillis bigger m. A. As the gentleman had not resigned his trusteeship before his death. Therefore his Legal representatives stand with regard to the fund precisely Iii the same relation As do those of or. Parnell. A significant incident showing the position the Irish priests have taken in regard to political affairs has occurred at Athlone. Or. Lanan. Roman Catholic administrator of the Parish has addressed the ratepayers of the town reminding them of the election of three town commissioners Aud adding significantly a John Pauty Bernard Mackin and Joseph Sweeney have been nominated by the Parish clergy. I Trust that you will Mark your ballot papers for these this action n the part of the clergy is distasteful to Parnell item and anti Par Kellites alike and possibly May furnish a common Oasis for flirt Lier action. At present Tho prophecies of a Union Between the two factions so generally made immediately after or. Parnell a death As a Likely consequence of that event do not Promise speedy realization. Indeed at no time since the unfortunate secession consummated in committee room no. 16 of the House of commons in december last has the ill feeling Between the two parties been to so High a pitch As at present. The prospectus of a new 1�?~arneilito newspaper to be published in Dublin has appeared. It declares that the followers of or. Parnell Aro fully determined to press the cause of theft late Leader in furtherance of the programme agreed upon by the Dublin convention in july last. United Ireland the Parnellie Organ. Prints the following hysterical effusion under the caption a no a Quot no no we cannot make friends with you we cannot join hands Over this grave with people who killed hint we cannot even were it Good for Ireland smile today in Tho faces of the men who turned their backs upon him when he stood at Bay with a Hundred thousand saxons Hunting his life. Our chief lies in cold Clay this Day. They who killed him come to us with honeyed words and ask us to tear from the newly made grave the Green Banner that was Laid upon it with Loving reverence Aud place there instead the red lag of our conqueror. Quot what Dost thou chief they come to us in the name of England come with honeyed words and generous promises. What Dost thou say no a thousand times no that is our reply. We cannot must not will not. No not if England should Bend Lier Knees to us and lick the dust in the presence of our assembled the National press Organ of the Mccar Thyi Tesi commenting upon the manifesto of Tho Parnellie party remarks Quot the Par Kellites As is Well known Are now Mere puppets of tile secret societies a the London daily Telegraph save that something of a panic has been caused in nationalist circles there by a report that under French Laws mrs. Charles Stewart Parnell Ana John Parnell tile heirs of the dead Leader can come into the control of �10,000 each of the Paris fund of $40,000 which was lodged in Paris in the joint names of or. Mccarthy and or. Parnell. There is no doubt that mrs. Parnell will at once place her share in the hands of those who stood by her late husband which will quickly place them in a financial position to enable them to show a Good Deal of fight. It is rumoured that Pierce Mahoney member of parliament for North meath will to selected As Tim Leader of the Parnoll ites in the House of commons. British politics. Balfour to to next Leader of the Union forces. London get. 17.�?the times this morning says that while no definite offers have been made it is in Tho highest degree probable that or. Balfour will wait to receive ids orders. Or. Balfour might reasonably prefer to remain in his present position but his sense of Public duty insures his accepts Ance. Tho Standard takes it for granted that or. Balfour will be the new Leader and says that besides or. Jackson the present Secretary of the Treasury or. Gorst member for Chatham and or. Ritchie member for Tower hamlets Are mentioned for Tho Irish Secretary ship. The London Standard says he possesses every qualification indispensable to the exercise of a Wise and vigorous popular leaders lip. The times says the Choice of or. Balfour is a Good Omen for the electoral Campaign that lies before the people next year. England like King Harry Chi a loves a in his speech at Cambridge wednesday or. Goschen Chancellor of the exchequer said that if tile House of lords rejected Home Rule glads toucans did not intend to dissolve parliament but rather to try to tinker and fiddle with the Constitution. The people ought to have an Opportunity of declaring themselves on the subject of Home Rufe As a straight Issue. Terrific gales. Great Britain swept by hurricanes loss of life and property. London oct. 15.�?a terrific s torm o wind. Rain Thunder and lightning visited the Metropolis at noon today doing considerable damage. Reports received from the Channel ports agree in saying that fearful weather is prevailing in the Channel. All along the coast the Beach is strewn with wreckage and at Dover especially a Large Quantity has been washed ashore. The weather in the Irish sea is the most severe experienced in Many years. From Holyhead comes a Telegram saying that the body of a steamship fireman has been washed ashore at that place and that it is believed the drowned Man belonged to a Steamer which had foundered during the Gale. A Cardiff Coal Laden Steamer Sank yesterday near Holyhead and the entire Crew perished. The Gale played havoc with animals in a menagerie at in Cester. A Bison four serpents la monkeys and in rare Birds have succumbed to its fury. Not having been properly protected. An old lion named Wallace is now dying. Twice during 48 hours the fierce storm abated in fury Only to be renewed with increased Force. Friday mornings despatches announce that the Gale is blowing with even greater severity than before in the Irish sea. A dutch Man of War has been in collision off Portland Bill with the British bark mysterious Star. 387 tons. Both vessels were greatly damaged. The Czar Means peace. Rock. Get. 13.m. Do tiers Tho russian minister of foreign affairs arrived at Milan yesterday evening. Marquis i Udint. The italian Premier and minister of foreign affairs together with stg. Chimin the minister of agriculture have also arrived at Milan. The italian statesmen Are highly pleased with the attitude tile Czar has assumed in this matter As they consider it certain to strengthen tile general peace policy of the nations United under the agreement known As Tim Drc bund. Italy courting the american hog. Rome. Get. 17.-it is Semi officially announced that Tim italian government has decided to raise the prohibition placed upon the importation into Italy of american salted meats and that an official decree to this effect will shortly be published. Notes. An extensive gang of robbers has been broker in in Rome. Seventy five arrests were made. Goldsmiths Money changers and a number of reputable employers Are implicated. Twenty five robberies Wero committed by the gang the plunder aggregating in value $125,000, m. Frisson sex president of the French chamber of deputies intends introducing a Bill granting and est to political offenders including the exiled princes Ami m. To Chufort. The Madrid papers quote from a recent circular of the governor general of Cuba that after the lapse of the commercial treaties in february next Tho a most favored nation clause will cease to operate. Tho United states alone will thus reap the advantage of the concessions granted by the special treaty with Spain. Great masses of russian peasants Are flocking into the towns from the country districts perishing from the want of food. At least 66,000 have passed through Tainie alone seeking food. Many Are Fulling by the Roadside and dying Iii their tracks. The wanderers have no fuel and Hie cold is intense. Incendiary so and pillaging Aro spreading. The destitute jews. Exp Ltd from Kief Astrachan Moscow and Odessa Aro swelling tile ranks of the famished thousands the local authorities everywhere Are Naral sized for want of funds. The organization of Relief committees for the distribution of Corn to the sufferers has been suspended. A tenement Honse caught tire Early Fri Day morning in the Dock District of London known Asmi la Wall. An old woman of 7<>. A Young woman and three children were suffocated. The managers of the Groat Atlantic liners report a decrease in the number of first class passengers carried by Thorn. This they attribute to Tho increasing popularity of Tho French and German steamers a tile number of wealthy americans visiting Europe this Vear increased rather than i Miahel. On the contrary they now Are carrying More intermediate or second class passengers than Ever these including the bettor Grade of emigrants. The Trade of Brandford Tho principal seat of the worsted yarn and stuff manufacturers in England we Ith tin United states this year Lias been re bleed by $10,,. This decrease is attributed entirely to the Mckinley Tariff. Tho wishes of Prince George the second son of Tho Prince of Wales who holds the rank of lieutenant in the Royal Navy. Have been acceded to. To will see Active service on the australian station which is under the command of rear Admiral lord Charles Scott c. By a whose Airship is the Orlando 12 guns instead of being assigned at once to the Royal yacht the Osborne us ins grandmother the Queen desired. A dynamite bomb was found on another Railroad Bridge at Reichenberg in Bohemia in the near Vicinity of the one recently placed which jeopardized tile emperor of Austria s life. These dastardly acts have created indignation and alarm and the authorities have instituted a searching investigation. The government of new South Wales opposed a motion to Hie effect that the government Bill regulating the mining Laws should be returned to the committee which Hail considered it. In order that Tho eight hour labor clause which it contained might he eliminated. In spite of the stand taken by the government the motion was carried by a vote of 4 to 41. Immediately after the announcement of the result of the vote the House adjourned. The times correspondent at St. Petersburg recording tile events Iii Pamir As related by a Samarkand newspaper says that England must to prepared for the russian acquisition of some of the Kashgar Frontier districts. The labor department of the British Board of Trade report that the demand for skilled labor is steadily decreasing in several leading industries. Indeed the returns Are More unfavourable than for any year since 1888. Tjimis is especially True of the Iron and steel and Kindred trades that have sustained heavy losses. The Marquis of i Orne is sharply attacked by the French press Tor the ideas set Forth by him in a German review in which he advocates the annexation of the Argentine Republic by Germany they declare that Tho scheme is absurd and the reasons Given for carrying it out ridiculous. The Paris Voltaire publishes an interview with the chilian minister in regard to Tho claims for indemnity Mado by merchants of various nationalities As a result of losses sustained during Tho recent civil War in Chili. Tho minister denied Tho report that his government is unable to offer a satisfactory sett lenient of the indemnity claims which lie said would not amount to tile a fantastic figures mentioned in this connection. Tho chilian minister adds that the new government of Chili would be definitely constituted monday next. An official despatch from Brazil denies that there is any truth in the alarming reports circulated regarding the condition of tile country Ann asserts that on tile contrary perfect order prevails everywhere Ami that the economical situation was never better. A surplus amounting to $15,000,-000, it is expected will he shown in the budget of 1892. Richard Hall Secretary of Tho sealers association of Victoria b. C., has received information from the minister of Marine that the Dominion government will reimburse the Scalers in actual losses caused by the closing of Behring sea. Japanese advices report that Tho French War Shin Trio Inphany Nowon the rocks at Vladivostok is receiving serious damage. The convicts from Tho station there escaped and came ii. Collision wit ii the sailors of whom they killed several. Lord Alfred Tennyson has written a letter to a member of Hie Russo jewish committee. In which he says a Elf what is reported of Tho russian persecutions is True i can Only say that Russia has disgraced her Church and her nationality. I once met Hie Czar and he seemed to me to be a kind Good natured Man. I can scarcely believe that he is fully aware of the barbarities perpetrated with his apparent the times says that London wha fingers have in contemplation an attempt to abolish All casual Dock labor by the Extension of the system begun by the Dock companies. This embraces the offering of permanent employment at the rate of 24s. A week the week to consist of six Days of eight hours each. Arrangements Are made also for sick pay and a pension after 16 years continuous service of from six to 12 shillings a week. It is expected that Tho dockers Union will vigorously oppose the scheme. Or. Mark Quinton who recently died in London was Well known As a dramatic author of More than Ordinary ability. With the assistance of Harry Hamilton he wrote a Harvest and hand fast a and was also the author of other successful pieces. In a recent interview one of the most prominent cardinals known to be an intimate Friend of the Pope and one of his advisers. Said that the Vatican is convinced that the late disorders at Rome precipitated by French pilgrims were really instigated by the italian government. A travelling Plant. The strange sight which was witnessed by a Railroad passenger. St. Nicholas i was sitting in a passenger car looking out Over a stretch of Prairie land Iii the great Arkansas Valley. The Day was Windy a indeed a ship Captain who sat next me said it was a half a Gale a though judging from the Way the wind shrieked past us i should not have thought of using a fraction in describing it. Suddenly a number of elegantly shared slightly built animals appeared in the distance and rushed toward the moving train. The wind the antelopes for such they proved to be and the train engaged in a race in which the antelopes for a Short time held their own. But what most astonished me was that the antelopes were pursued by great Gray balls Somo of which were from four to five feet in diameter. Not one of our party could imagine what these were never having heard of anything of the kind. We watched the curious sight until the locomotive and the wind left the antelopes and the pursuing balls far behind us. To increase our interest however Many More such hails could be seen on the Windward Side of the track piled up against the wire fences and in ravines and gullies along our Onward route. I afterwards Learned that what our party saw were known to the plainsman As a Tumble and to botanists As the cd Coloma play phylum. It belongs to a Genus of plants that grow into a mass of twigs Aud Small branches attached to their Rocs each by a Small Stem which in the fall becomes dry and Brittle and As the autumn winds sweep Over the Prairie these stems break off and the Tumble weeds go bounding away scattering their seeds As they go. Antelopes and Jack Rachita grouse and Prairie dogs Are nut to flight cattle Are stampeded and Tho Road bed clogged by these flying masses of Brushwood. The Irish triumvirate have Dillon of Brien or Sexton Genius to Wear Tho Mantle of Parnell As Irish Leader. The great Irish Leader is already rusting in his grave his lips mate forever to utter commands his mind silent forever from conceiving and giving plans and advice. The impetuous and sincere tribute of re a Pigeon Binod Oriental Ruby to the most the i costly Gem in the world. A have Carat Ruby of this kind is Worth to time five Carat first water brazilian As much As a ii up in rat an Diamond which is the most precious species of diamonds in the world. One of the diatoms of the English Conn prevails nowhere ids. It is the solemn Enn Uncer it at the beginning of each course of tin name it get the amok who Lins prepared the dishes served lids announcement is made in audible tone. Forth Benefit of her snoot which the Irish nation paid him i majesty by one of the clerks in waiting of on his death cannot resuscitate Tho vigor Tho kit hens. Tile origin of this custom it cannot dates l ack to the reign of George in a ledge of Stone has been discovered at Hecto or., which us yet no one has been Able to identify. The Rock is of Sand Humm Fornias Iii having a Greasy touch and to susceptible of a High polish it can be i sawed or shaved with a knife hut when sex of his matchless intellect As it cannot bring to life again the Sago vision which preconceived the Means or Hie Energy which fought through the Way towards the Triumph of Irish National Independence during Tho last period of execrable dissensions the opponents of the great Leader have repeatedly impeached the splendid abilities of their victorious chief whose series of successes they attribute to his Quot fortuitous selection of Able assistants if not adaptive the great general is Laid Low on the Battle Field at. A time when Hie ramparts have been broken Down the forces Are still pressing the enemy is still unbroken and though perceptibly retreating it stands yet in such formidable array that Ilia least Point Vantage is Likely to be a signal for them to convert their defensive into offensive actions. Amongst the former and latest followers of or. Parnell there Aro several names conspicuous enough before the Public who Are Likely to suggest themselves As the probable and qualified successors of Tho matchless Leader. It is out of the question that or. Mccarthy should remain even As nominal Leader of the party. save himself that the duties i which the position would devolve upon him Are beyond his capacities of executing. And while nobody doubts for a moment that lie would be Best qualified to cause the least friction Between the English and Irish political parties his own electors could not deem him for a moment equipped in every respect for a serious and strenuous opposition possibly struggle which the coming events Are Likely to excite. Or. William of Isrin. Who has been repeatedly mentioned in connection with the succession of the leadership. Is 35 years old tall slender and w Eakly built. His face is Long. His forehead High and the shape of his Beard together with his spectacles give his features the expression of a thoughtful and absorbed intellectual worker. To is married to a wealthy jew Ess has served As a writer on the stuff of the Freeman a journal then As editor of in Tod Ireland was unseated Al. The last general election by . Kus sell from South Tyrone and represents in parliament division of Tho county Cork. Amongst Hie members of the Irish party there is hardly another Man who has been so conspicuously fee the front of the Buttle and who ii As fought More fiercely for the National Canso than did or. Of Brien for the last few years. His Energy seems untiring his perseverance inexhaustible in Lias endured repeatedly the hardships of prison life its indignities and insults and when Many a combatant would fall exhausted and remain prostrate he remained firm and erect. His patriotism is of the most enthusiastic temper. recognizes no opposition when his country is concerned and would As soon encounter windmills or grapple with malevolent giants. has never been wanting we Here danger was threatening and though such enthusiastic dispositions often attain Hie dignity of martyrdom without reaping any profit for the cause they were fighting for. Or. O Briens services proved themselves most advantageously beneficial to Hie Irish people. His name and that of Hillon Are identified with the famous a plan of Campaign a a which was organized Iii 86, and which excited Tho greatest sensation amongst government circles As it proved to he too most Gigantic scheme for combating the Rural conditions of the time. Or. Of Briens oratory is characteristic of his individuality. His speeches Are fervent and animated with sentiment. To expatriates on Sublime principles in nervous passionate accents. His diction is generally marked with Tho Force of spontaneity. His sentences Are not entangled nor Are they succinct. Hois forcible in parliamentary debate but is not impressive on the platform of ins attacks Are forcible Thov arc so from the Energy of his style rather than Tho precision of his aim. Though when he indulges in personalities his characterizations am effective. His attitudes arc sometimes striking and he frequently contrives to assume a picturesque position who does not recollect for instance the Winter of�?T86, Tho time he stood up in Tho House of commons and extended his hand of Friendship to England As a sign of Trace bet cup the two nations Ile has served six months of imprisonment under or. Gladstone a regime whom he extolled As the deliverer of Ireland. Yet he is unrelenting in his enmities when the struggle is confined to personalities. A few years ago. For instance or. Of Brien was instrumental n exposing the private vices of Quot the castles of several High Oft rials who at his instigation were arrested tried found guilty imprisoned and disgraced. Causing Hie most painful scandal in social Aud political circles of Dublin. Before the late dissensions or. Of Brien was esteemed Tho most devoted of or. Parnell a adherents As Well As his most Able Ami indefatigable of lieutenants. Or. Dillon who stand Vest. If not equal in rank with or. Of Brien is a Man strikingly different in appearance to his colleague As he is contrasting indisposition. To is 38 years old tall slender and delicately built the features Are Well Cut and his dark Large eyes have a serious Calm sex prussian which seem to cast a tilt Pale Hue o thought Over his forehead. Lias been a longtime in parliament. And is thoroughly versed in tie methods of parliamentary procedure. Ile Lins been conspicuous before the Irish and English Public Ami Lias managed to win the respect even of his battered political opponents. is always certain of the ear of the House a and never indulges in those violent Man ners for which some of ins colleague have gained a widespread reputation. As an orator to is deliberate serious and unhesitating in his utterance. But it is More the sincerity of his Enores Sion than Hie eloquence of his diction which impress hts audiences. His manner in delivering Tim most vehement philippic is As quiet As if he were undertaking Tho melancholy duty of expounding some ethical homily. is Earnest in his determination Resolute in his actions heedless of consequences and a ostentatious almost self effacing in Atti Ude. is neither diplomatic nor conciliatory but is never unnecessarily offensive. There is hardly another member in the Irish party who enjoys in England such an unsullied reputation of sincerity of purpose. Tii Ough the allegations in the Parnell commission charged him wit i complicity with Battle murder and sudden death. But during his whole parliamentary Carcer or. Dillon Lias never displayed the Genius for initiation the most indispensable qualification for the responsibilities of a parliamentary Leader. Or. Sexton next in the line ranks really the first amongst Irish parliamentarians. His abilities As an orator have gained him the position As third amongst the Talent of the House of commons not excluding the splendid Genius of or. Gladstone himself. But neither his personality nor his disposition could raise him to the Pedestal of Leader whom the English parties would recognize As a responsible representative of the Irish nation. Or. Arthur of Conor who has been mentioned lately As a probable Choice if elected would certainly find himself in a position whore greatness was thrown upon him. is a Young Man of solid appearance and possessed of solid information on government expenditure. To has been frequently entrusted with a a motions in the House but Lias never displayed any other remarkable ability bes Ond a careful discharge of his parliamentary duties. is not a very effective speaker though his speeches Are neither heavy or argumentative. While a clerk in the War office i am told he made himself very useful to the Irish party by entrusting or. Parnell with information which was not supposed to pass the threshold of government office. It is to to feared that Hie dead leaders place could not he tilled with a mind As versatile As or. Parnell a who held such absolute Sway Over his followers and whose personality alone presented such a titanic Force. A number of Able sincere Ami devoted members of the Iris ii party acting in strict Harmony might succeed in ext raising a salutary vigilance Over the welfare of the Irish people. And his carefulness of Choice his prudence of policy pursued will yet redound additional splendor to the glory of Parnell a name who not Only succeeded himself in achieving a Sublime Victory but communicated to his followers the Means and secrets of Triumph. Roman i. Zubov. Big Money Tor agents. A $50 appointment on so Days time guarantee $150 profit in four weeks or no pay. Free Sample Tor stamp. Address a. B. Shoo amp go., Racine Avis. Posed to the action of fire becomes hard. A Philadelphia Man who poses a solitary $6 1� la and wanted to blow it in badly hit upon a novel plan the other Day by which to spend and sae it both the Bill v As Given to him by a Friend and be was determined not to part with it. A lengthy debate with himself he evolved the Brilliant scheme of pawning the note. paid a visit to his Uncle raised $4.62 on the Bill and spent it according to his taste. When further funds came in he redeemed the original. _ the astronomer Royal for Scotland state that when the Moon is half full its Brill Iancy is not nearly Otic half a great As when it is quite full. attributes the Bright Ness of the full Moon to the Bright Streak which Are then seen Over Tho lunar surface starting from the craters to suppose there to be convex or Coin ave. And Mariely invisible under Cross fights and brilliantly illuminate i when the Sun shines full upon them a French geologist has made a careful calculation of the amount of solid matter carried from the surface of the land into t he oceans of the Earth and has reached Tho conclusion that at the rate it is going it will take Only 4.500,000 years for All the land to slide off into the water. The annual Coffee crop of the world amounts to 11.000,000,000 pounds. The British parliament allows to each of the daughters of the Queen an income of $30,oof it year. The younger sons of the Queen receive $125. 810 a year. A careful investigator has ascertained after a Long series of interesting experiments that the Mosquito taste for human blood is an acquired one the Metal Vanadium is quoted at $11,265 a Pound. A Peculiar Bird was capture i a few Days ago near Cheyenne. A o. It hits the head beak and talons of an Eagle but it plumage is shaded Green and Bino that of a Parrot. A harlot Teshle. Va., Man was a few Days ago sent to jail for stealing to cents Worth of Corn fodder. It required two men to arrest turn. And Cost Hie state $10 for the proceedings. A. It is claimed that Hie Eiffel Tower in pans attracts so much electricity As to cause great cloudiness id an increased amount of rain in that Vicinity. _. Or. Cooke of ignition finds that 4500 species of mushrooms and toadstools Are now known to science. I too of them being found in the British Isles. Only 134 can solely he regarded As edible while 30 Are decidedly poisonous. In Africa w Hen an army of ants moves for food the still Forest becomes alive with Tho tramping of the elephant the flight of the Antelope or of Tho Gazelle of the Leopard of snakes All the living world in the same direction where Hie other animals Are fleeing away. I velocity As High As 2887 feet per second has been attained by a projectile from a rapid fire gun. Fahrenheit divided his thermometer into 212 degrees Between Zero and boiling Point and the w a he hit on the 212-degree Mark was this ten thousand volumes of Mercury it the fahrenheit Zero make 10,212 volumes at. The boiling Point. Queen Victoria now rules a population of 367,. a Granter number of people than Ever acknowledged the sovereignty of and one other person in either ancient or modern Hines. The history of Iceland As a nation extends Back More than Loon years yet toe record show but two thefts in ail that time. Prof. Kohl Bratier. Who has been making some curious experiments with lightning finds that the amount of electricity in an Ordinary Flash so Small that it would requite 37 flashes to keep a common incandescent Lump burning one hour. There Are six tunnels in the world which have a length exceeding 21,000 feet St. Got hard Mont it is. Hosae. Severn Nochi tongs and Antis. St. Got hard the longest is 48.840 feet Sutis the shortest is 21.120 feet. At the time of birth the octopus the renowned Devil fish is not larger Titan a common tie. Lake Manasar Ovara. One of Tho sacred lakes of tint it. Is said to it a a the most elevated Sheet of water in Tho world. It is Between i to too and 20,000 feet above the level of tile sea. The first known Trade journal published Iii the world was a booksellers monthly which was called mercurius i bran us Aud which made its appearance in 1648. Blood tra Ltd from the heart through Tho arteries ordinarily at tile rate of about 12 inches per second its Speed through the capillaries is at the rate of three one hundredths of an Inch per second. In computing a Many a ago chinamen always reckon two years Back Iron the Day when he celebrated his first birthday or. Iii other words As though he were a year old Ai the time of his birth. Squashes weighing from 250 to 300 pounds Are common in Southern California. A Nugget of Gold weighing 202 ounces and valued at about $.3500 was found in the Ruby mine at Forest City the other nay. In the towns Aud cities of Chili ail the shopping of any consequence is done in the evening. In Santiago the stores Are open till Midnight and during Hie hot afternoon when everybody takes a siesta they Are locked up. In Kansas Hie other Day a Justice of the peace being unable to decide a Case. Allowed the lawyers to Settle checkers. Persian carpets Are made with intricate designs so that the evil Eye May be bewildered. This is the Way a Macon a minister e Rayed recently for some of his flock a to Ord we Prav that the excursion train going East on the Hannibal amp St. Joseph Railroad this morning May not run off the track and kill any Church members that May Fie on Board. Church members on sunday excursions Are not u condition to die in the <5,000.000 letters that reached the dead letter office last year there was Money amounting to $28,642, Aud checks Aud notes of the value of $1,471,871. A agrarian lawsuit in the caucasus in which Hie plaintiff is the Prince of min Grelia has so Many people concerned with ii. The witnesses amounting to 2000, that the court is sitting Iii Hie open air. The House of a moslem is always divided into two separate parts. Hie harem Elk and these Lamek. If the husband gives a dinner lie can invite Only gentlemen Aud the guests can never intrude into the harem Elk. If the wife gives a reception no gentlemen Are admitted to disturb the Harmony. In a1 mosques theatres horse cars ferries etc., special places Are provided for women. The Arctic Ocean is yellow. Probably the largest newspaper Ever published in this country was the illuminated quadruple Constellation. New York july 4, 1859. It was a 28.000 edition and sold at 50 cents a copy. The size of this Sheet was 70x100 inches or almost 49 Square feet 8 pages 13 columns to the Page or a a Etal of 104 columns each 48 inches in length. A dealer in artificial limbs says that an Arm will last a lifetime if properly cared for. But that after five or six years a leg gives Way to the weigh and Strain and has to be renewed. A heavy Canaon for which Hie government pays $48,000, is Good Tor 227 rounds while a 45-ton gun which costs $50,240, is Good for Only 150 charges. A St. Louis physician recalls the Case of a Young Man who had been dumb for five years but who while out Hunting one Day begun in the excitement of the Chase to yell at the top of his lungs. Afterwards he was Able to Peak with perfect articulation. The time consumed in sending a Cable message to London Aud getting an answer is Only four minutes. When it is 6 p. In. At at too Island. Alaska it is 9.36 a. In Tho next Day on Tho Eastern coast of Maine. Thus the Sun never sets on american soil. Green Lake. Cob 10.252 above the sea level is the highest Lake in the world. 1 he most powerful steam Hammer in the world has just been completed at the Bethlehem Iron company a works. It strikes a 125-ton blow and is to be used in forging ingots into Armor plate. The ingots of Metal weigh from too to 150 tons each. And they will to forged into desired sizes with great ease by the pounding of this enormous Hammer. In India a hotel keeper has had printed on his Bill of fare a in this hotel the wine leave the traveller nothing to Hope a million telegrams a week pass through the English a Post office. Two centuries ago the traveller in Japan had such been allowed would have seen in Public places the following declaration la Cirinese characters Quot As Long As the Sun shall warm the Earth. Let no Christian be so bold As to come to Japan and let All know that the King of Spain himself or the Christian s god or the great god of All. It he violate this command shall yay for it with his

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