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NEWS AND NOTES.
A SiiuinfaryoF Important "Evout3.
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G lhteau'8 counsel ctM find W law
yer ol proinincnco willing to undcrtako tho
defense ol tlio nssii8ln.
lina called a. National TarUI Couveutlon, to
meet in Chtjijjft enThA l,"i.tf
The Ilritisli Legation at Washington
rcecivqd Hid cordjiilly.aeceptcd n invHa
tioh lo'lcpi'esdnt'at tho Yorktown festivi
tic;3;U Ti ' II i : -J. !.
Tub members of tho Diplomatic
Corps called in n bpdy upon president Ar
thur, on tho13Ai,lindwcre 'formally pre
Bcnted by Secretary J'.laiiio. ..
: '.:'; f . -t j ( .
tjt Inn, feucretary ol tho Land League,
has been arrcatod and Bent to prison with
rurncll. It l-aUltb John UjUon, tho
llipinlinp nf Piivlihmnnt fnt 'Tlnnort.ry.'- wil
fluent. in tlin l'roullni.nv nf (hn l.nml T.p'i.io?
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TiIk riilieh ftnd (Jcrman Visitors to
tho Yorktown celebration, guests of tho Na
tion, had. a public reception Wuehin gton
on (lifc 14th. There was a grand 'parade of
military and civic societies, nnd an illunil
nation at night. . .?..,,"?
Tiik special Bc-ssion bt thb cJUnnoifota
I,et,'ibliittu'c,.xalliiil Joe-ilia pucoso ofet-
IlinK the bond nicsti(i and also to choos a
United States Senutorfcouvfiiod ou the 1Kb
It was generally conceded that Adiat or M'In
doiu wouKlbe elected (wifjiAity'rioui oppo
Taunell, tko. Irish agitator ba been
nnc-ited-oiu warrants jtincd fby tlio Chfct
Bccrwiary, rorsier, cnaigin niru wuu in
citing peoplo to intinUdutc others from pay
ing nut nnd intimidatttig tunniits 1 t:ikinpr'
benefits of tho hind act. Dublin is suuch
excited. '; . ' . i
The Nebraska State Democratic Con
vention nominated Y. 11. JIunp;'er for Sit
preino Court Judge, nnd Alexander Head
and !S. L. I'.ross for llegento of tho Univer'
Mty. The platform declares for free trade,
honeiit money, economical ndminUtratiou,
and against n high-license liquor law.
CONCiUKSSMAN JoUGENSEN, Who lias
been a proniinfnt leader of the etraightout
l.epdblieans in Virginia, has issued ft cir
cular addressed to all Virginia Republicans,
urging them to support JJulinne and his Ro
ailjuster ticket. Mr.' Jorgcnscn. -says that
Slahonc's action in voting for Anthony for
President of the Senate shows Win to be as
good a Republican as anybody; that nnv
man who stands up and votes regularly with
tho Republicans as Muhoue does is 4.'ood
enough for the llepubrlcan and he intends
to mipport hiin.
(Il'ITKAU W!is arraigned in tho Crinv
Inal Court at Washington on the 14th, and
pleaded not guilty. lie looked broken In
health and uncared fopin person. - His dark
elo'.he wore rusty and shabby nnd his whole
person presented a miserably neglected np
p vjlxhh ua Sov i 1 1-4 n wiwc-frwrn t ed
miuk! nllidavit!t nnQ prepared iiy the juls
oner. The trial will begiujon Nov, 7th. The
defense will consist of two points first, the I
Insaniiy of defendant; second, that the
wound was not nrccesfarily mortal, mid was
not the cause of President Garfield's death.
Tub f unseating pt Jrt IJayard as
Spenkerpfo tcm.of tho Senate and theele'e-'
tion of lavid Davis to fill his place was de
cided upon by the Republican Senatorial
Caucus, upon Ilia underfilling that Mr.
Davis would accept the peititm without
liny eouditions, and that he WnnlrMTot'roter
for himself. Mr. Davis is further under
stood to have announced that lm. would not
assist, either by his voto or by not voting, to
displace any Democratic oflicial, and that ho
would vote to give the Democrats tho Secre
tary of the Senate, lie added that lie in
tended to vote in tho future as he had In tho
past, in accordance with his own judgment.
The descendants of llarou Steuben,
seven in number, arrived in. New York
mi tho lllth, to take part,. Jn tho Cen
tennial celebration st Yorktown, U Which
. they were specially invited by uir'Oovern
liient. They are: Col. Ardt Von SUeubcn,
i!)tli Regiment; Richard Yon Steuben,
Overseer of tho Imperial Forest; Frederick
Yon Steuben, Captain fill Imperial Guard;
Kugeiie Yon Steuben, 01 h Infantry; Lieut.
Juno Von Steuben, flilth Infantry; Lieut.
Permit Yon Steuben, 22d Infantry, and
Lieut. Anion Von Steuben, 2!Mh Infantry.
They were ollieially received by a committee
designated for that purpose.
Tiik State elections in Iowa and Ohio
took place on the 11th. Iowa elects Huron
It. Sherman Governor nnd the entire Re
publican ticket by an estimated majority of
from l.'i.OOO to 60,000 over the.Di niocratic
candidates and from 21,(11)0 to HO.O'K) majori
ty over both Democrats and Greenbackcrs.
The Legislature is ns usual overwhelmingly
Republican. In Ohio the contest was close
enough to render the campaign an exciting
one, although a comparatively small vote
was polled and much "scratching" was In
dulged in. Charles Poster is re-elected Gov-
crnor, together with the entire Republican
State ticket, by an .estimated majority of
21.0J0. Itoth house.wlll bft'Jtepubltca-n.
The New York Democratic State,
Convention, in session nt Albany on the
12th, excluded both the Tammany and the
Irving delegations from New York City, but
admitted the county delegates. Nominations
for Stale ollicers were as follows: Comp
troller, Geo. 11. Lapham; Secretary of Slate,
Win. TurccU; Attorney -General, Rnswcll
A. l'arinenler; Treasurer, Robt. A. Max
well; State ' Kit'fcjnef 'jQ'hojnnj Cwor
fbed; Judge of tho Court of Ap
peals, cx;.Uonicy-(5i,neral cbonm;dier
The resolutions' "afopreiI,wJrj!a(Ilrn Ihh
Vi'uiciplcs fct fjt.th l7ppict.ftAc' Ofli-
vculiniis and by tho Nation! Democratic
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omeniion i ou jHwiavai-ia r
ing of Hie lialional dent at the lowest possi
ble rate of interest; stand by gold and silver
as the regal teudcr of the 4msilHttan,-i and
bv Ibi) doclrino lh:u',:iU p.itr iuflium tX
money must be based on thoe melals of
stall. lar.l values of the World; demand the
payment of tht prlncipfd aid interest ot ev-
rv ooi ur ur m u hi.i'u.:
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The actnf tlie'N(?rtrrertl RpimlrVan leaders
in j-.iviii'i the support of that party to repu
diation in Virginia, Mississippi, Minnesota,
and oilier States, is declared n national dis
grace, dangerous as a precedent and de
Mructivc of public credit. The jissassiut
tiou of Fresldcnt Garfield is denounced as a
crime against authority, free institutions,
PEES03AL AXD GENERAL. "
Three masked men eutcfed tho house
of AiranTaTrbankVulVay no township, Du
pago County, 111., tho other night, bound
nd gup ;lio inmates and rubbed the
premises of cash, Government bonds nnd
other securities to tho valuo of several
thousand dollars. , They got off safclv with
tholr-Doory.M i. b;i.u! i; 1.
French troops have entered the city
of Tunis and ooenpiml two fcrts" f-j
UOL. LDWIW PV 10W.A!f, ex-Con-
ercssman, died at Aurora, N. Y.,on tho
Wth. r .:';-. I i I ti:lw ' i'1
Cai'T.. JIcCuea, conpiandicgllifA,
llag-ship f ennessce,1 of 'AuinlrallM'yin:gs'
lleet at Yorktown, fell dead df httrdlseisfei
on tho 14th.
Tub bodies of two unko a ibn wero
found . on tho railroad track Jus west of
From dudkts fount tinon tlielf ucrsoils it Is
Kiippotud they werWwiiit'it(iimedrrank
Clurlf nnd .fnhn T!vn.
Edward Earl vas bangoU 'nif'S.jlw
ville, Hamilton, C(ni!ily,Nj.)y., on, tlJ-HJr.j
lor tho murder, qf bis wile, at Dope. 1 alls,
In February, :four years ago. :- "
Frank Hudson, colored, was handed
at Dawson, Terrell County, Ga., on tho 14th,
for thfl murder of David Lcc, a fanner, his
wife nnd a colored servant, some two months
ago.- - -
IIanlan and lloss will row on Crcvo
Canir Lake, SU Ix)Uls,'NoV. 15, ffnd it is be
lieved 'friekett and IIanlan will also nr
rango for a mceting'on' tho samo courso
about Dec. 1.
The Peruvian , Minister Jia a itole-
f nun (rom Lima anuotincljg H)t Ar.eijiifpa
nnd 1'iicno and tlio Army of the South havo
recognized tho Provisional Government of
Peru. This secures' to tho Government of
Caldcron the support of tho most Important
section of the country and of the only army
whlcU Peru now possesses, and practically
reunites the country.
Jay Gould has bccriv-tefct-tcd by
Garrett In his attempt to geif conVrul of the
Ohio & Mississippi ltaijroad, X'"""
.. The Dcpartuiemv6f4tatt Is'informed
iliat tho expected deficitiP''fiio wheat crop
f France will he &S,000,TkjO bushels, which
must be supplied "mainly from tho United
States, tho crop lif the neighboring coun
tries being far from what was anticipated.
TheVheat crop of Algeria is in a deplorable
.Jack Williams, colored, confined in
the Orangeburg (S. C.) Jail for committing
an outrageous assault upon a young white
girl, won tuku'Jrjni the jail by a mob and
hting to ti free. ""
, " EiCBpr families were rendered home-
hvis.bylircat Kokomo, Colo., on the 14th.
The flames spread to a powder inagazlno,
and flier wero several tcrrifin explosions,
Loh cstiiualod nt 1)400,000; insurance light.
Tiik assembling in special session of the
United 6tutes Senatn, ou tho 10th, was wit
nessed by ft large number of persons, who
tilted the RiillcTins to thotr itoiost capacity.
Tbis de-U formei ly oecni)tisl by senator Uiii n-
sldo wius tiistelully diapod Witli black, while
scverul bompicts ornamented tho desks of
prominent Senators. Senators-elect Aldrlch,
l.npham ninl Miller ocunpled seats upon the
floor on the l.t'pnblican side. The Senate was
called to order by Mr. Harris, after prayer by
CUaplaiu Itiillock, who nlludrt in a feeling
iiiHiiuer totlu.' dmith of l'ii'iiU'nt Uitrtlcldand
hOnntor Ilm ntido. J'lie t'n'idcut's iroclauia
tfou having been read, air. Pendleton moved
the adoption of tho following resolution:
That Thomas K. I'ayard, u Senator from the
State ol Delaware, is heicbv chosen President
;if 'dm. ol the Senate. Mr. fcdiimudsmovcd as
ri sijflistitiite that the Senators-elect lm sworn
iirurovious to clectiii!' a nresidimrollker. Mr.
rciyiicion moved to niy me motion on me table-.
( an led yeas, till; nays, ;il. Mr. Davis,
ol Illinois, otcd ith the Republicans in the
negative. Mr. Mahone did not vote, ami Mr.
l'lutt and Mr. Fair were palled. Mr. Kd
inundsthen proiiosed an amendment provid-
Iiik that Thomas K. llayard shall liecli'c tcd
lucsiillng ollicer for this day only, and ar
Kiieil in Hiipport of the amendment, contend
ing t lint it would comply with both the letter
unit spirit of the law, and would allow the
States ol New York nnd Rhode Island to have
a voice in the nloctlon of a pei iinineut Presi
dent protein. With d rains ticeltect he declared
tliitl U tbo DeinocnitS'secmecl the Presidency
of the ijenate, it would be a "prize won in tint
lottery of ussiiMsination." Mr. Vest criticised
the limguairo used' by Edmunds in intimating
that tho Democrats wore attempting to grasp
tlio prlxc mado possible to them by an as
sassination. Tlio foul Hps of the assassin
who bad' struck drttvh the President hail had
upon them no invocation for Democratic
success, but had the invocation for a faction
of the Republican party. If there was
n responsibility for tho prime,' directly or
indirectly, It rested upon his political oppo
nents anil not with the Democratic parly, lie
charges no one, but it the Insinuation Is that
tho Democrats ol the country had anything
but tears for tho dead President, sorrow lor
bis family nnd execration lor the miserable
assassin, be declared it to bo absolutely lalsc.
A yea and nav vote on Mr, Kdinuuds's amend
ment resulted In its defeat; yeas, tiiiyn, tvt.
Mr. Kdmunds then offered another amend
ment, substituting the name of Mr. Anthony
for that of Mr. Ilavard as President pro Itm. A
votowas Htoncu taken ami .tliM'-iui.ml!mm
defeated vean, ll'J ; nays, III. Mr. Mahout
voted with' the Republicans! Xft 1nvid MuVik
(lid not vote; The original resolution, iift ry-
(tuced by Mr. Pendleton, wrts then adopted by
IW o Hi. Mr. DaMS.'oi IllinPlsVOid notvote;
Mr. Mslionc voted with tiik t.'epubllcnns. Tho
( hair then appointed Messrs. Anthony nnd
l'inidletoii to escort President irotrm. liayard
to tho chair. On taking the rhairilr. llayiud
spoke as follows: jr t s.
Sknatoks: 1 fully npprclnto thoTioiJOr put
upon mo by this e.piAH,tmi1t- your conli
denco. nnd in assuiuiuir tlio ditties of Presi-
dent pro tempore of.tha AlotQ in obedience
to law and in accordance witlr tho rules of
this wHty .uud tne Voto H tho majority, 1
shofdd have (frpntcr misgivings ot lullilling
H(K-entablv the requirements of the post were
t tu luw nnd ii
H Hot lor the assiu-Hiic flint so loiiL' as I shall
continue to.xrrcise Its outlcs 1 shall receive
your co-operation and lriendly aid, which 1
now MKJ'iinstly and contldently invoke nt your
bunds. We are all painfully mindful of the
unusual circumstances under which we met,
Hiiuofl'uu national bcrcrvcmcnt which bus
caused this special session of the Senate.
May it not bo hoped that, touched by a
sense of common sorrow and chastened
by tho grief that penetrates everv
household in one grt family ot States,
our proceedings may be marked by a spirit
of concession and harmony and generous
consideration for linaasl Uiltcrenccs of opin
ion and sotti'iilug ot pm tlsiui asperities, and
with high intent perform our duties inainan
ner responsive to the denuiuils ut the occa
sion and bvt interest otrmrcom un m conntry.
With SuChliopcS and In shell spirit 1 now as
Funic and shall tmdeuvor uj perloriu Uiu ilu
ti ol tlio lnu'h posftHm 10 VliK h yenp frf u
tins hmiIkiu'ii mi
-f i a. i." ,1 .mi ,ttH j thAn Miivarl IbutMrn Rniintnra.
ITvUtha . unlitlcd, but Mr. Pendleton moved,
in oruer l nai lie cr'iiciiii;os 01 inc i,t; n.-n
tors minlii be examined, that tlio Seniilo ad
journ, nnd this motion prevailed. .
Slmlbyvillf;, .Jad. "They. I Weit Ihorribljr r"mww vomumiow us consiitutoa mst your,
crushoxl and mulUiitpd 'Tho nupposWon is fcwu llil"i,tcl by Hie Senate, oh' tho i:itlw-a7 to
j .. voiii'i' w i i rno lie
t Nk.LsOS W. Al.DKlCH, tUB Wf Senator,
frrmiltliode Island, was sworn In without op
position on tho Uth. In the case of the Senators-elect
from New York, n protest was pre
Ncntod from i-ov'i iil members of the New ork
Li'iiishttuiv, alleiring certain reasons why
they should liot b admitted to sent The
petition was laid on the table for future" t'ofl
sider ion and the oiiUi of olflce Rdininlstered.
A eomniittu waljlprm'iii'ed bvthe Jiresidins
ofllcer to wait upon the President unit inform
him that the Senate was ready to receive any
'..iiiinunU'iitkins he nA;IU l pb-ascd to send
t hem. The committee r.Toifl'd the l'rt'sidcnt
tcould Coimnnnieate in wi itini; to the Senate
on the followinit day. Mr. Kdmunds offered a
resolution that the standing committees of
ihe Senate, ns they were constituted at the
close of the lust "session, be continued for
tli present session, tmd ttiitlforlKliiir the Pros
Wont pro torn, to Hit nnV VUcttiicjoswlitcli nmy
exist therein. 1-ald over one diiv under tlio
Xulci..,a'huSenututUuuuiUoui'ucd. ... . .. .
In tho Senate, on the 12th, Mrk Kdmunds
called up his resolution continuing for tho
present osston the staiutins romnritena nS
coiiMdtnfed last nesslon. ' Homo 'opposition
liciiiK niiiUo by Mr. iarliind, ill". Ldnioiids
sulci lie VonW ifot prCss theresnlntloil. Alter
un ciccutivo session tlio Sonnlu-udjournC'd.
Tlie followlnji nominutinns, among otherg,
tvoi-p bouunitttt'd to tlui Senate on the 12th by
tlio President: Win. M. imdley.Indtiuifti Uom
mtjsioner, and Otis I'. Clark, Kliodo Island,
H rut Deputy C'onimisslonijv oX J'(insi()iii;xn.-,
It. VHlker, Indiana; l)eniiy t'oimlssliSne?j
Noiih I!. McKui lanU, Kuikhs, Cotninlssioiicr
j;eneinLot Land Ollloe; Chftrie II. Howard,
Illinois, liullun Inspector; (ieor-je M. DnsUiii
V. !S. Altorni'jvfov tho Southern DLstrk-tof Al
nhama; Hohrfi t'.S. Foster, V. !. Maivhal for tho
J lst t ict ol Indiana; A. U. I'liillips, liecelvor of
l'oblte Moneys for Hiui'lsoni Ark. f lioorito H
Spencer, Indian Agent lor the Grow Creek
Agency, Dakota. v
Mr. Kjft.' bn'A' rc'sotut'lcSitl 01 fTftCT
iiuiiiicans. rue standlnif
eoinmittoes wo thmefore eoiitiuued as con
Htltulad at the lit lessiun, and Hie President
pro tdin, "is authorized to" 1)11 t lie vaeandos
widen may t'Ri.s.- As soon n the result 'Was
finnonnced. Mr. J ogim offered a resolution fui'
tlio election Of Jinvid ilavls, u Sunutoi' 1roii'
J lllnni..Hs I'msldent nro tetu. nf llin Si inilM
Mr. Pendloton naked that tho resolution liM
over, one ' day; under tho rules,- nnd It
was so ordered, but- ubseiuiit1v. Mr.
Pendleton announced that uftcr consultation
wit h biSieuioortte oiHifn VlO had decid
ed to withdraw his objection. A volo was
then taken on Mr. Logan's resolution, result
ing In Its udoption-yeas, 3; navs, 34 Messrs.
llayard and Davis, of Illinois, not voting. Mr.
llayard. when hit name was OalM, Said: '.' I
propose to withhold niy voto." 1 have never
obtained olllco by my.-voto. tind I never shall
retain it by my voto. 1 am find tile
Is taken up to-dnv." "
Mr. Davis, of Illinois, was then eicortetltii
the chair by Messrs. llayard and Anthony. On
taking tho chair Mr. Diivis said: ,
SKN.vtoks : The honor just qonferrod comes,'
as the seat which 1 now occupy In this bodv
did, without any expectation on mv part. If
it carried any obligations I should bo con
strained to decline this iiigh Compliment. I
do not accept it as n trlbulo to uny ncrsonul
merit, but rather as a recognition of tho in
dependent position I haw loUH. 4X'vuptvd iu
the polities of the country. . 1 mil Jiroioui idly
grateful for this murk of colilidencc, unU. it
snail oc my eiiiicavor, ns it will be mvuulv.
to administer the trust with impartiality una
w ith entire lairncss. JSot huviini lieejitnuiied
in parliamentary practice 1 shall beg the iiu
diligence oi mo senate in tins respect, and I
hope (or a generous co-operation ou all sides.
The Semtto will please oomo to order. -I'pon
motion of Mr. Kdmunds, n vote of
thanks was accorded Mr. llayard, the retiring
President pro tern. Ou motion of Mr. Ixigan,
a committee eonsistini; of Messrs. Ilavard anil
I.ol'iui was apixdiited by the Chiiir to wiut ou
the I'reshlont and nnnoiincn toUiim the tui
tion of Mr, Davis as President pro tern. Ad
Adilitlonal nominations seht to Hie Senate
Include tho followlns; Ilnnnlbal ltnurmi:lin
ister to Spain ; Walker ltbiine, Third Assistant
secretary ol Muto; Mark s. jirowcr, ot Michi
gan, C'oiisul-lienenU to llerlln; Do Alva L.
Alexander, Indiiina, FiltJi.ditor of Treasu
ry; Robert K. Crowoll, lijihfsota, Deputy
A.lllr. Tn..iu.n... .U. .tt.'ni..A iv
..!. I. .1 III lllll I-i .n.-iiiill c i:illl . IIIVJIll ,
Thos. M. Uioadwater, Misslssijipi, CollcuUir of
Customs, Vicksburpt; Howard M. Kutcliin,
Collector of Internal Revenue, Third District,
Wisconsin; Henry 8. 1.iusur, Missouri, Consul
at j'ort sianiey. . t
Is the Senate, on the 1 4th, Mr.; Lanjar's
resoluUon'ri'Intlvo Ui tbq InU-oecuulo Cu
nnl, and ono by Mr. Kdinumls, directing tho
Judicial? (Jouiuurt-t to. Jjuiuut) -wlM.Wi4ho
proceedlnirs for tho exlrtidltiou of nireiuo
Itebello had bixm proper and 10 jiccoidiincc
w ith tlie law. wero adopted. Mr. Hhprrua'i
offered a resolution cnUiuir for the report of
the reoont Treasury lnvosngation. sir. Mier
lunn stated bo had been led to offer tho reso.
lutlon bv aparamph In thC Ntw York Com-
mrfi'aifrfrtwerof tio 11th. which intimated
tlie report had been kept socret tinsmith
bis (Sherman's) inlluouce. The writer of tho
paragraph was vei-y inuch mistaken m fup
iiohuil' he had tiled to .prevent the rmbliea-
tion of any report or any information ol aiy
kiiki in regard to me unn-nciious 01 iiiu
Treasury Department. On the eontrftrv, ho
bad alw ays lK-en anxious to promote investi
L'lition und cxnoso nil improper con
duct In that . dupurttnent. The resolution
was laid over for one day under the rules.
The Senate then went into executive twsstnn,
When the doors reopened the piivUegesOt tho
floor were extended totheuntl
ioiuil L'U'.'sts and
the Herecnnt-at-Arins.was directed to make
suitable nifparutionior their reception.' i At
;i : 15 tho distinguished French anil Uermaiv
visitors entered the chamber nml stood in tho
rear of the Senators' desks. Mr. Itavsiil.' on
behalf of the Senate, 'welcomed theiu in i V
appropriate manner, after which a recess whs
taken for tlie interchaiu.'e of courtesies. After
an executive session tho Somite adjourned;-!
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
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Senate proceedings on the 15th wero
devoid of intorest . Noali C. McFrlaud, of
Kansas was coiillnnod Comniissloner of the
General Land Ollice. ' '
Political differences i between SUito
Senator If. II. Rtddlcbergcr and Congress
man George D. Wlso, of Virginia," eultulur.
atf tl in a duel near U'tchmomi on th ill Ii
When tho third shot had been harmlessly
exchanged, the combatants shook hands aifd
maduitp.lt up.' Senator Mahone vfds' ar
rested in Wavhinglou, on inforination to tho
effect that a meeting was about to take place
between him and Gen. Jubal A. Karly, but
was released on his personal bond when ho
assured the magistrate Uiat ho had- received
no challenge from Gcnr Early and that all
their differences had been harmonlcd.
Ex-Senato Conklino is seriously
Sixjj-Fiv persons were killed by ta
waterspout passing oyer, thetjitiicf of
At Ukiah, Cal.. on the 15th, llarvcy:
Marlie, 10 years old, was banged- for the
murder of Richard Mol'herson. At Silvc
City, Idaho, on the same day, Henry Me
Donald was hanged for the murder of Gordrg
Caiileoramsv fcom various parts
the United Kingdom announced a terrific
storm on the, 14th. The steamer .Cyprian
was wrecked on tne n clcn co.sl, ami twen
ty lives were lost. Five persons were killed
by the falling of a roof at Stockton-on-Tees
Twenty fishermen were drowned at Dunbar
and three pilots in tho Tyne. Forty-livi
fishermen were drowned at ltarnmoutli an
L'yormouth, Scotland, and houses were un
roofed and buildings blown down.
Irish advices report terrible riots in
Limerick and Dublin. In llRpprtfhg Ji
meeting at tho former plaoe on the 10th
police and military charged and fired upon
the mob, and several persons were wounde
and twenty arrests were maim. Many
houses were w recked. After the riot a elub
bouse wa attacked, windows smashed nitd
Street lamps extinguished. In Dublin the
mob attacked the Congregational Church on
York Street and smashed the windows. Tho
service was stopped and the congregation
At l'.edford, Trimble County, Ky., on
the 10th, Henry Quissenbcrry, of the Mcth
odist Church, preached to a very lar.;e t0u
gregation, making his closing remarks ontho
death of tho saints. On finishing his di
aaiimii Iia ...ill ..In . UA. ....1 : 1
v .'ii I i. iic f-mji iiiiu n dcbi null nil 1- i.
Two men were killed and twroflicr
fatalfj-injured by falling rock' In a tfuinel
ear New Albany, Iiid., on the l.'iih.
Chiefs of tho War and and Navy De
partment bureaus and Army and Naval vfli
ccis on duty in Washington were formally
presented to the President on the 15:h.
The IVnml-I.enKiio Kxecuflvo ArrcstcsJ
I7n?u1-KenKiio IxlouITIvo iVrrcstiif nt
Dulilln on a AVnrrnnt filRned by Fointer,
Chief Sepretnry of Ireland Intmiso Ex
citement Caused by the ICvent The J.nnd
I.nt;iio Issues un Aildns.
Charles S. Parnell was arrested to-day at
Morrison's Hotel, whore ho was stopping,
previous to starting for tho K ildarc Conven
tion at Naas. Inspe
hotel at 0 o'clock thi
ord to the Land I.(
111 in bed, that ho
be hotel porter roturued Word howuuli
happyto sp Hie Ifspnptfcr as soon m he was
("r' 'r f 5 "9 nv"- 'or iiiaiiuu,
tt'i5tl'iHlierlilaii went up stairs
Ijiri pldiiJ-iiitly, and
d asked. "Do
if -V u 2 7 :.
ou uttuuaiaaLfcu.L.jimi'". "es," repiicu
Million, handing him the wai'unt, still, wot
witU Forster's signature; for tlio Chief Sec--
tetary only returned- 'from Lomlon''by the
morning mail at 8 o'clock. Parnell then
glanced over tho warrant and said, "All
ight." Ho put on his hat nnd walked
down stairs with tho policemen. A cab was
waiting at tho door, and the three men cn-
orcd it. 'Kilniainhum," cried Mallon to
he driver, and they drove off. There wero
four other policemen in citizen's clothes ih
another carriage. On arriving at Kilmain-
ham, Parnell was at onco assjgncd to a,cul),
Thcro was no demonstration, as-noons H
know about tho nrrest beyond tho parties
THE CAV8K OK THE ARIIKST.
parnell. .was. arrested on,.tvo..warj-:uiU J
slgidttAForst, Chief Stwfctaryrff.il i-
and, charging nun wun inciting tne pcopie
to Intimidato others from pnylng their Just
rent, and with intimidating tho tenants tak-
ng the benefit of tho Land,act.
It is believed that'Parncll's speech at
Vrcxford, on Sunday last, furnished tho
Government technical Justification for tlio
AX ADDRESS I1Y TflE LAND LEAGUE.
TheoHoNTlfHr'Jias Ufrn hatred froWthrH1
. . " I ' I n
w Trie condition of things at this lxiur Is nw
ful. (iioat indignation gathers force as tho
uibmcnts fly, nnd there is no telling when it
may break or what its consequences may bo.
Tho Land League Executive is nt this mo
ment sitting, with John Dillon In tho chair.
Tho worst Is .being prepared for. . Ifc to ru-
nored tho, 'Government1 wHl'.tnkAWnHlhiry
possession of tho Land league licndijunrtcrs
nnd proceed to the utmost extremity ol brute
force to repress tho organization. Calm but
deliberate nnd decisive action can bo looked
for from the men at the head. If the meu In
America stand firmly by us thcro need bo no
fears of the ultimate result.
(olKnod) Jos. P. Qiiinn,
Secretary Land League
pine onjuik i'arnkix ARREST.
000 U 'Pl -ft-00
Mr. Gladsfono visited tho Gulldhallto
day and rep cived, in a gold bX tho ad
dress voted by the Corporation of London
recording their higlinterfs rf his great Ijser-
Tlccs WTilsctmiHiy nua
for a marble bust to bo phced in Oulldtjntl
The compliment, it is understood, was. not
dictated by partisan considerations. In an
nouncing tho arrcsUof Panjell, Ire said:
'T have been informed that the first stCD
ctoVMidlftJ, called at thi T
lms been taken toward the vindication olijjvfll work,' find I will ecdnomize
law anu,. criici;, iue nguis, pruperiy niiui mo;
first clcmcnts of civiliitalion, by the arrest of
nutu who. -ttti rely nam aiaiivwWalr1
do not challenge or examine, has made him
self prominent in an attempt to destroy tho
authority of the law. e are not at issuo
with the people of Ireland,
, J firmly believe
that a niajorttl 'of
Earnestly " desiro a fair trial of
Ihe Land aetv . ; Tiiot , , powir ,IU)
-whith '(T are struRglhig "is that which fcn-
loavors to say Jiow far the people shall obey
iclaw. Wo have no fear of the peoplo
bf Ireland, but do fear lest ' many moro
Miould become dcmoraliodoVintiihidatod."
lie also said ho would rejoice at the adop'
lion of nny form of local self-government In
Ireland, urovided It did not iiupair the eu-
pn inuoy of tho Impcriakllov ninenr.if
renewed tlio claims for support, without
uisllnctlou of party, in the great national
Hsta..Hu F-.-t-aiH Ji ' 1 iV)ir
tiladstono was enthusiastically cheered
throughout tho delivery of his speech. Thcro
was nlso somo hissing.
I TUK AHKKICAN SYMI'ATIHZISJIS.
'. NliW YoltK, Oct. 13.
Patrick Ford has issued an address to tho
Lund Leagues of America, ancntthe arrest
of Parnell, in which ho says; "Irishmen
must restrain their impulses. Reason, not
passion! should rule?hc himr'.V'flTcfcr' did
thp Land League have a better opportunity
to manifest it9J90Ty)hi:e;'h!in-.iiot.nev
cr did it become the "duly of the Irish poo
pie to exhibit the virtues of self-posses.
sion-. IKoiplhS I mil (bbodlcnce t 'if 4
?.and Leaguo moro than now. Through
iilighlcnment, and , organisation-1 tho
people wilt assuredly como'lnlb possession
of their inhcrilar.ee. Much has been ac
complished looking to Ibis end. Already
"Hlatlstonc himself has openly confessed that
the Land Leaguo is the only government in
Ireland now wilh any moral force behind IU
llenco he makes war upon it. Ho presents
arms to tho majesty of ideas which arc in
vulnerable and inliBortal. 'No man who bc
iicves in the superiority of mind over bruto
matter can entertain a doubt respecting tho
- sy. ru nm, Oct. 13.
COMMKXTS ON TUK AUKKST.
The Secretary of tho Land Leaguo was in
tcrviewed shortly after Pnrncll's arrest. Ho
excitedly: IhM ftme-ISrffS'.Vare
ready for them."
Dillon said this was tho most trying nnd
."critical moment that had occurred in their
tjistory during the past century. Ho said
thatthe statement that Parnell had Intim-
idatcd tho people was false. JIo (Dillon) 4o
tied aiiyMly to pain
Vnm.m 4 !itfi.r!.niinni;LhMI. iM-tMaal povH infn tKn dorirTn.nl nf thftrdi rhar.
:-"T v ... :. :
was duo to private malice. .It was the duty
of tho nation to deal with tho matter coolly
and with Judgment, nnd to maintain tho
struggle within thf Uv ( j fjk
' roi-ici: ritfccAi Tioxs.
The Detective Superintendent who ar
rested l'smell wu (ujanjipaiikid by six tie
tcctives, nnd the valv eonvcyiji. J'arncll to
prison was escorfed 6y two cirs lilted with
A military XprcUg pilHo is bohUn.Md
iness for Oi tLJB huljlaJntxI. . cmcr-
ciiards XWO'o two-pounilcri
sVtloned in tho tipper castle
Orlow, Kildare, LongfO -auth We.t
furd and WIeklow CouiUios.OO crrtaiu
baronlet in Meatb have been proclaimed uu
dcr the Coercion act.
There nro 1
That to lJ
FIloWv Wavlilk the ripi'r-.ani Bear
golnf, .V v "'AL i
There nnp mists lite! vajjor-of jneiiso. lmn-
That are rolling away uufler sklef Hint inVj
fair; .j (.'
There are brown-faced sun-flowrs' drcainlly
a nSlHikiiig their yeUor hnlr.' 1 ' " 1
lol l-':' f .' I'.'a ;ni.'.ui -. ' . !
fTlicMaioa.otay'uocs that nrotlrod of whig-
p A out iuu nuiuiuif a coui in somu wild ro.su'B
. liemt;i .,.......' 1' f
There are sitddeit thrills 6f tho lato sweet
i BingiiiK i j r. ".'j
I Of birds that nro loth to depart;
hero ft re sunsets watching their own hot
Oil the Alton st of iWvowMut btu lAna nwnrtr r
There' are; wuuljafiOUtt llilittUliLilio lnflnito
t V Ulspoi Uiff as they swayt
There nro changing ferns lu tlio sbndows
Where tho undrlcd dews In tho noontides
Tlwne jtrogoriooitsOUifd fc'ittes where, tujj
! '(i'tiHib?aifs pknv; II
The u I. ui I a. & t. .s,i i limi hoIlAt ttaft;
TliVf-elire W(Aeith)4 tliaHmlnof
Thcro are nights that como with a moonlight
, veiling; , ,.
And Autilmn going awnv. n
1 -Afrt. L. V. imton, 1 ime 'Awake.
J' Attrio agh of Wo-and-twcnty John
Jarland found himself in possession of
the old liomesteatt larm, vnta a wiio
and an infantldt Jle was jlhe young
est of three) iirdthers,' ahd haft re-'
mainod 'r))oa ' tlio ly)mo in care of
the (''pU' folk;1 (whithey lived; but
they had been gathered to their fathers
now, and John yaa left ia .solo .posses
sion, wiUiwmlJhia vrifo Afind-ohiltt' to
provide for. The homestead was in a
pleasapthrivyinj town, intho -State of
fWaine - Uiri Hn )xf ord i County distant
lifly miieaixom i'orujaftijj, , y.
aluhn Oarlana was now solo owner of
a good farm. Itut ah! there was
trouble to be encountered, y -There was
a mortgage on thafami al oria thousand
dollars a mortgage upon, the note of
whicfcl iD,t6f-df t ha!', been' paid for moto
thaA twenty year's and now that note
must be paiui t The man vii beW it
had bc(Wilirfs VMiWtlf tfifAl old
Peter Garlaijd ( John's father) should
die, oalculatfng(that hi would then'stci)
:n una iaKe me property; ior snouiu no
foreclose, and force a sale as he conld
readily and easily do tho farm would
not bring more than enough to satisfy
i,is ciaim. At all events he regarded
Ulie "Old GarJand4?e"s wofaliis
own. n; IJf H:f f J : j 1 1 ? )!'
John had been notified within a
month after the' death of his father that
ho must nay off the -mortgage, or stlri
sat down and thought tho matter over;
aqd talked it over with his wife.
4 Whatcvfjjj JpJT $pdW' she said,
do not give up tlio farm, if you can
help it.' I will htflp you all I can. I
jyijll work,' find I will.ecdnomize. Go to
my Uncle Daniel, in Portland. He is
ono of tho directors of the Canal Bank.
weThaM, Vypf Jjelp ytti, ., At any rate,
I bfl will orivp. vnn (roml ndvlon
So away to Portland Jeh'iv wend, and
found Undo' Daniel Latham in his
store, and to him told his story. Said
di farm -for himself. My father put
ln6 mortgage on, and 1 havo paid tho
interest regularly sinco I took tho
charge That" "money ono thousand
dollars ruufit be paid witliin a week. If
youv-an lerid it to iric,-I will turn tho
mortgage mm- to-yot. -Surdy-the .se
curity igoHLfl S v r-'
f4 lrtuy, jlohn, J. pave no money to
tare : : aud ii 1 had, it would only loavo
you.a(, ibq.eu4 of another decado, where
j'ou mo now.. -You would only have to
renew again1'--:''.! f
4Nol no!" tho young man cried,
wilh earnest, mftrllyrtidtti)n, '-and "with
a look of resolution. ''I will Work, and
Mary will work, 'ahd we will neither of
"VvelL'inow sfip..'. said tho mnr.
chant, aftor a little Vollection i 44 1 think
I vfill:luil) von. I havo faith in you;
Do VoummUo. a tiotaJTiavable. in' one
vca?,: with interest scmf-annuallv-Tthat
can rrm'two Vbars. arid I wllLirtdorse it'.
To hio' ybu, shall gitfd 'a 'mortgage .on
your.'iai'iii,' f.ecurity.,' That. note I
vvilljei.dwcountcd at oarbuuk, and tho
money, i shall, be voursi But--if I do
this,-you "must make tip yonr mind to
pay me one hundred dollars at the end
of everv two months.;' Every sixty dats
you must 'have'.' ft hundred dojlafs latd
by fpr, ine; . and whether, J. receive it :pf
not, at tho time, -it shall b hukLsacFod
us belonging to me. il JCan yu d thisP''
John thought tho matter ovcrj: and
finally repiqidytTit)hcj coujd maojall
mo payments except mo nrst ono
a. 1 3.iu 'is-r1. v -,i,jf. iva
. . ..... :.-.'i,i.,,
rX4 ITictef will be cprfsiderablp . ex!j'iCnso
attending the execution' of the business,
whidi-L must weetiiiramptlyi. After
that I flhouid have no Iroubloonly the
trouble Of work and care."
44 All right," said Latham-, do yon
borrov au6,hr huudfddT dols.-fMy
indoniemoHt Will b goda- enough, and
your larm is worth enottgn to cover it,
Make it eleven' hundred. "'
And so the "business yyas "done, and
conemdada86asoa;'A i.C zr.zj;.
- - L It was on a brightr beautiful morning
in September that Mr! Jonas" llapgood
iitna nttce, anu navmg jumpcu out irom
ins ngnt wagon, ana xutcaua.xua nurse,
he turned toward "tho -house, meeting
John at tho door. Ho was all' smiles
and 'cheerfulness. ; ' He spoke of tho
beautiful weather ; ' of tho forwardnoss I
ol tho crops ; and especially pi the splen
did look of everything around the old
homestead 4,the good old plaoo" he
called it. Tlitis talking-, they made their
way into the comfortable sitting-room,
where Mary, sitting by the. side ot her
cradle, rocked baby with a foot, while
she plied the needle with her fingers.
By and by, when,, ha .found that the
voqng wife would not go. away, Mr.
llapgood pulled,$ufc hie .big pocket-book
and cleared his throat ; then drew forth
the mortgage, with the note attached.
He had begun to open the business, in
us : spfjndj a lift inf JV iju'lt wa
uo vou tiunk vou could nav it ou in
two years fi'rljj-jr fc-jjuS: t;iT
VJ 1. cbuM trv,,V . :, . . ... ..
his oilyyfulsom'o AVfiy, when tho" 'farther
interrupted him with : -:.t . n i.' . -.:
One moment, Mr. llapgood! What
is the amount now duo you?1' '
" Tho amount? Ah" a why tho in-
terest, you know, for six months is
thirty dollars. 15ut as I have1'
44 Wait, sir! Will you answer my
3' ucstion? What is tho exact amount
ue you from tc?"
44 Why tho whole amount is ton
hundred ana thirty dollars."
, .i 44 Exactly.1'
. And then John arose, and went to the
old strctaire in the corner, and came
uack with aw pockct-oooK ono tnat
had been his lather's and' his father's
father's boforo that, and from it he took
Ltcn crisp one-hundred dollar bills, and
il. . ' . 111 I'M. .111.. 1 I
,i ii ceo crisp ueu-uuiuir uuis, oi tuu vimiu
Bank of Portland. ' d : .
4,Thero, Mr. llapgood, is tho money,-
Will you let mo havo tho niortgago and
the old noter' '
The old money-londor looked aghast!
A big,, bright fabrio lay shattered at
nisicct! uneoi the lairest estates in
tlio town bad slipped from his grasp in
the moment whon bo thought full sure
re was all nis own.
44 But, my dear sir! Mr. Garland! I
did not " .
44 You did not what?" (
44 Why, I 1 am not pressed for
moneyl'. If you would like to lot this
"nWtgag9- ;V , . ,
4 44 No, no,-' cried John, 44I want to
pay it off. itere is vonr money; and if
you are ono-half as glad to , receive it as
1 am to pay it, you will be glad in-
Hangood mado a wry face; but ho
saw that the game was up, and ho sin--,
rendered as pieasaniiv as ne could, tar-
rying not a moment after tho business
Had been completed. .
The visit of the money-lender, his
eagerness: to grasp the farm, and his
chagrin upon finding himself foilod,
served to inspire tho young farmer, and
hlawifo also. A bor was made, into
wnich the savings wero to uo put: and
then they both went at tho work. They
nrst sat aown ana consuierod wnat tney
must purcna.se ot ciotmng ior ine com
ing winter; and what of other neces
saries ; and they were surprised when
they found to how small a sum they
were aoio to onng it an down.
When tho harvest had been gathered
in John selected out those things which
he thought it would bo profitable to sell
4 that time; but ho was anxious to
Voftn bla notn.tr.na nd n. fow nt.hnr Itomn
oi oroduce. ior a burner price, ins no-
tatocs were of the best; and ho had a
deep, dry, warm cellar, whore they
Huumikutp. . .
On the first day of November Mary
uanand camo to ner nusoaiid's side as
no was aooui; w arise irom ino oreaic-
iaswaoic, ana saia to mm :
"joiin you nave a payment to make
44 No, Mary. :. Don't fpu remember
I borrowed eleven hundred, and left one
"' ' 1 '
The wifo's countenance fell; but only
for a moment;
44 But, John you COOld pay another
hundred if you had it?"
44 Of course 1 could and ngntgiadiy,
too. It would warm Uncle Daniel's
hcart immensely.'' .
44 Well,)' said Mary, her face aglow,
and her blue eyes sparkling with a glad
light, at the same time laying a small oughly prepared for whatever may fol
bag, mado from the foot of a stocking, low. Here the fourth book of tho series
on the tablo, 44 here is my mite, irom
eggs, and butter, and cheese from yarn
spun, and stockings knit a mito which
J began to gather a year ago, when I
thought of buying a new cloak for last
winter, wnicn, you roniuiuuur, x uiu
not buy, becauso Uncle Daniel gave mo
44 Mercy! you don't mean it P" px-
claimed John, when he had emptied the
stocking, and found more money than
he had begun to think of. 44Why hero
aro " 1 '
44 Just a hundred dollars, John."
That was ono of tho blessed moments
ono qf tlio hours to bo remembered a
bright memory for all tho timo to come,
; That winter iotm wont into tne iorest
and out wood. But he was not contont
to' nut all his best trees into firewood
11UUU3 .llltlt aililipUllCU ill'l lUtuuulib,
and his eves wereopon. 1 In was do-
I ' I I 1. i . 1 . . . ,. 1 1 . 1 Annnnn
tormiueu iuai uo cimiiuo ouuum uauapu
Oncf day, ; at , the villngo. ho. saw a
placard- posted up- in a store, netting
forth that a certain contractor wanted a
ouantity of oak ties t. e., the heavy
timbers on which tho rails of a railroad
are laid- The dimensions and quality
wero given, with directions where to
apply foe further information. John
bethought Mm 'that he had, In his hill-
sine l0Hnlto) By the old and pernicious process of
reo-s-Jost'-heHhings for furnuA. ng teacW mathematics the sctolar was
tllCSO ties. HO B1IW IUU WUU IIU UlUUO
a contract i and Oh I
tract r anu on fcuai w, ye v,re re-
?g to .his homej. he had cngad
tnowmier. . . .
But the best was to como that Is,
tup, jia un& uiosi. wuriu.u uio ui tm3 book, but actually, if it wore stouuy
Wien ho got homo, and had told his bound, keep it for his children! What
wife what ho had done, she straightway encouragement is this for the school
insisted upon, boarding thoso men. At book trade? Whero would be tho wives
first Johaisrould .not listen; but, said and familos of such as derive subsist
Mary; ,. fir.... -t ence. profit and fortune through the
I wtlt;gY mvffelstor jaiia to como
and "help me she Wants to spend Iho
winter hero-rand, I can easily make up
Che beds. Oh!' think what It will save!!'
And they sat down that evening and
, j V . .! 1 1 ...!,. J
'reckoned it up; and resolved, whenp-;
they had finished, hanot - word
should bo spoken' of the mattor outside,
EveilMcl "Daniel jBhduld.' bo kept in
I Hm, a '...(A - 1
. .That was Thursday. And tho follow-
r . -
ln tlnmUn mn-nTrxr John nnd h a
crew, with three yokes of oxen wont
into tho forest four miles away from
home, They had a good camp there,
and a stovn. where thev could cat their
'dinner iu comfort And cook when they
pleased, ino gang v:ta goou one,
and taking the cue' from their employ-
er, the hired men were industrious, do-
corus and happy. And the old oaks cut
up to iar. better advantage than John
had expected... The weather was favora-
ble; s the sledding good; and the depot
where the ties wero to be delivered was
ten miles distant. They worked in the
caraps or in the woods just one hundred
days. . ' -
During the first week oi April John
met his contractor, and settled with
Mm, receiving his check for two thou-
sand four hundred and fifty dollars. Ho
had agreed to pay his men a dollar a'
dayeaeh, and boardthem. There wero
fivo hundred dollars.1 Ho had bought
two yokes of oxen, but those were cash
on hand, and worth one-third more on
this sixth dav of Anril than thev had
been whon he bought." And then ho
and Mary sat down to reckon up the
other expenses. John could bIiow a
hundred dollars for keeping of teams in
tho woods, and
llut what was tho usoP After every
possiblo thine; was taken out, they
would have full fifteen hundred dollars
leit. Uf course tne oiu oaks wore gone,
but what a blessed returjrw.
But there was another thing that en-
tcred into the sum of tho causo of his
. i l . un i i.l .
gi nniuuu.,, nnen no came w settiu
with his contractor ho learned from him
that early in September last past, Mr.
Jonas llapgood had mado a proposition
to htm lor lurnislung hvo thousand tics;
and ho had said that ho expected to
thake them from a pioeo of property
which would shortly come into his pos-
session, and of the valuo of which ho
was sure tho then present owner was
However, it can all be told in a fow
words moro. Before striking into tho
spring's work on the farm, John went
down to Portland and bought np tho
note and tho mortgage on his farm, and
left livo hundred dollars in the bank. .
Uncle Daniel was at first unwilling to
believe. But he remembered the grand
old oaks ; and remembered of having
heard old Peter talk of setting up a
camp out in thoso woBdJ for making
barrel staves ; but he never did it. , Ho
never had tho spur to the effort so ho
never made it.
i But John had the spur Aye and ho
had tho spirit the willand tho pluck!
And ho had his reward. He sat in his
quiet homo a home of his Own a homo
redeemed with his wife and child in
health and happiness sat thoro indo-
pendent tho only farmer in the town
whoso personal check would bo non-
orod at sight in tho city bank! N. Y.
First book in arithmetic Primarily,
for the benefit of school-book publishers.
Secondarily, for tho advancement of
vcrv small nnmla P.nnblna thA aobnlni
to count two and then stops. Must bo
nxphano-pd frvr Rhamshavm-'s soponrl of
il. ;.l . . . 1 fl
snnH wir i.,nia infnnf nnnti
onward in tho hard and rigid paths of
mathomatics by a new and gentle pro-
p.p.ss lnventnd rur fsharnshavnr hiniHelf
i nri, i,im ,ipftiv tr, that, nnlnt. in mut.hn.
matics where ho can count ten, and thcro
icavos nun awhilo to rest until tho third
0f th0 series is produced.
The third of tho series. throuHt flow-
bles the scholar to add np a column of
ones and nrenaros tho wav for the mul
tiplication table. '
Tho fourth honlr. tlirnnnrh l.hn 5m.
or0vcd nrocoss. wafts tho iuvonilo so
scntiv into tho first nrincinlos of sub-
traction that tho infant lnarner dom not
at aU realize that ho br she is dealing
witn the hard, dry and abstruse science
of mathematics. .With dolitrhtful im-
Ugcry and pleasant imagining it shows
hTm that if ono bo taken from one not
ono remains, and the infant feels thor-
'stops and it is necessary to buy the fifth,
- The fifth book of the scries grabs the
infant mind with a firm and vigorous
hand and inducts it into tho grandeur
and glory of the multiplication tablo.
isy tno inventor s process Bucn a Key is
given to this door of tho science of num-
bors that tho youngest -peoplo march
boldly forward and carry tho cntiromul-
tiplication by a amn tic main. No extra
charge for French quotations.
The sixth of tho . scries unlocks tho
mysteries of long and short division.
Division, through tho new process, is
instilled gently into tho child's mind
and robbed of many of its former hor
rors. It Is to tho i)uiiil a pleasurable
operation. "Not much is attempted at
onco. The pupil is first well grounded
in tho mathematical fact, that two will
fro into two but onco Entire chapters
ar-a .lnvofo.1 f n fhn Invinnr nf t.lda fonnda-
I . ....
y0IU when tho pupil is sure ol tins
mathematical fact he is ready to' ad-
vanco into tho number of times two will,
go into four. But if he is not sure ho is
kept in twos into two until it is provod
to 'nm beyond tne snadow oi a perad
venturo. .- ,..;.
Thus ends this portion of the juvenile
mathematical series. Tho next scries,
consisting of eleven ' books, is. devoted
cntjreiy vulgar fractions.
required to buy but one book. The en-
bject thrown at him in
h Th fcadU
boioreseen, was disastrous to thi schoof-
book publisher. A careful and clever
8ch0lar might not only in " time master
king aiui selling of school-books!
N. Y. Graphic.
The following are some of the infinite
number of Oriental proverbs :
It is easy to mount a little dr-akcy.
Tho nightingale was shut np in a
goldoucnge, butsho still cried, 44 My
liome. mV nome.
Two captains in one ship will surely
sink her. " ' ' . ' , .
The fox ends by getting into the fur-
Knife wonnds heal, but not thoso pro-
Tho heart ia a crystal palace; onco
broken, it can never be mended.
With patienco, sour grapes become
swcetmeaU and mulberry loaves turn to
At sight of a glow-worm, tho Unud
cry 44 Fire." .
A fly is nothing, but it spoils the ap-
The apple nnd the pomefjTniitf) oea.
disputed which was fairer, tU-4 the
thistle exclaimed, 44 Jltyibren, lc t:q .0
quarrel!" '' " ,vi