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versitv. Persopni nnd tlurnnr. , 0ne hundred anil fifty members of Theodore Tiltwi ha completed a the lirotherhood of Kailroad Conduct new volume of poems. ors attended the. morning service at Daily bulletins of current events, , Plymouth Clmrch, and Mr. Beccher with lits of books pertinent to the sul- made special reference to them in some Jects are hunr up in the Hartford l'ub- ' remarks previous to the ermon. lie Library. 1 his is uone to encourage five laities will take the Greek m the reading of instructive matter. j stniction provided in Cambridge by Hiss Maud Hanks, daughter of Gen. "arvani proiessors. sue are to taKe ISank, has made her debut at Brook- tatin, one Sanscrit, five English, mx line, Mass., as an actress in an amateur German, 81 French, three philosophy, company. She intends to go on the five political economy, two history, two professional stage. Tiie General was I nniMC, five mathematics, two physics, ancc an actor. 3n,l three botanv. Four have taken the -Foremost among the promoters of I uryears, and 18 the special courses. n: t .. . f..i . .. i Ihelate Beniamin Sewall of IJos- inlm,r.iiBM-.'M, ',." ton left the following bequests by will uun ii..hi.ih v.nn.i7a iii. jh.wocviu i -ii- AT-iMoSnlm Mr- inni;.r.i;n; ,.1 i "inn.. jirraKinary oocieiy, cio.wv; Dr. Schmitz, with a Mr! Arding for American Board of Commissione re of eerctarv. They pmbablv feel the need ' fjP1 J0'000? Sa'Ior? ?,"" of reform, nnd'it is- suggested they begin I "ar' w,000; Homo far Awd Men with their own-names! " -000; A..sociation for telief of Aged ,, , , . . . , and Indigent i cniales of Boston, 2,000; -Mr. Longfellow is known as a cam- Kostoa chudren's Aid Society for Boys tal raconteur, and now and then tells ' ,o nm . n........ r-..;!,. am e:J. ..-..l. mnn on. t p. ..-. m. Iniiinlf A 1 T ' I . .till Llkitl ..-( . i!lJ. I'll IttitLKtt. Jl gentleman once remarked about the radcne of Kit-kin, belic ing it to be apocryphal, which prompted Mr. Long fellow" to say that Mr. ltu-kin, when in Iroduecd to'him, drawled out: "Mr. Long fellow vou know I hate Americans," which had the effect of making him immediately feel at home. Mr. Longfellow of course receh es vis itors from all parts of the globe, wher ever Ills poetry lias lountl reaucrs, anil that is wherever our language is spoken. Among them the young Englishman who came to see him some years ago was not the least amusing guest. Having heard, on reaching Cambridge, that Mr. Long fellow resided there, he told the poet of his surprise at this information, for, said he, "I thought you were dead long ago in fact, that you died before 'Wash ington." Science ami In.l11.-tr7. Canning crabs, a new industry at Oxford, Md., gives employment to 170 persons, who put up from 12,000 to 15, 000 crabs daily.or over 500,000 a month. The Western Railway company of France recently exhibited a double headed steel rail which had been in ue 18 consecutive years, and over which 25C.000 trains had passed. The entraiL. of sheep aro now used in California for machine belting, in place of hemp, which is said to be much less durable. A three-fourth-inch rope made from it will bear a strain of seven toiis. Experiments recently made on the Lake Shore Kailroad prove that petro leum can be successfully used as fuel for locomotives with a great sa ing of money, besides doing away with smoke and cinders. A cheap and simple piece of ma chinerv has just been invented and is in operation at Westchester, S. C, which .spins seed cotton into thread. It is claimed that tills invention w ill add 100 per cent, to the piOlit of the planter, as it saves him the expense of ginning, bal ing, bagging, and ties. The Georgia gold mines yield Sl 000,000 a year. The Magruilcr mine, just in the" edge of Lincoln County, is worked day and night, and yields 100 pennyweights of gold per hour, or 8S00 a day, and the Georgia papers think that their State will eventually rival Col orado's mineral richness. Another large mill, to manafactnre -several varieties of cotton cloth, is pro jected iii Augusta, Ga., and large sub scriptions to the stock of the company have already been made. Augusta promises to become the Lowell of the South, and its newspapers are enthusi astic over its rapid development as a manufacturing city. During the last two years the dis covery of 10 new metals has been an nounced. The names given them aro: TCorwegium, scandium, nralium, davy um, mosandrium, phillippium. Ytter bium, deciuium. neptunium, and Iavce- siuni. Some of these have been duly t recognized as elements, while the claims of mo-t of them to rank as such have been disputed and have yet to be estab School and Clmrch. The .Biennial Conference of the Evangelical -Alliance of the United States was held in St. Louis on 'the last four davs of October. -. -.i.'. " The Georgia State Comraijyorec has appointed 1 1 colored pupils to Fea for Girls, 62,000; Bangor Theological Seminary, $5,000. Rev. Charles Brooks, father of the State normal schools in America, was asked by a teacher this question: "What shall I teach my pupils?" He answered, "Teach them thoroughly these five things: 1. To live religiously. 2. To think comprehensively. 3. To reckon mathematically. 4. To converse fluently; and, 5. To write grammatical ly, if you successfully teach them these live things, you will nobly have done your duty to your pupils, to their par ents, to your country, and to yourself." Foreign Note. A niece of Count Andrassy will ac company the young Queen o'f Spain to that country. A Hungarian scholar has bronght out a study of the World's Poet Shakes peare. The Prince Xapoleon ("Plon Plon"), whose wife separated from him seven years ago on account of his un mannerly conduct towards her, has re pented his follies, and the two have re cently reunited. The Pope and the King of Italy had a hand in the recon ciliation. T lie wife is a daughter of the late King Victor Emanuel, and a sister of the present King. King Alfonso has just paid a deli cate anil sensible tribute to his betrothed by sending her all the way from Madrid to Vienna a distinguished Professor to give hcrlessons in the Spanish language. The Professor's name is Palacios, and he once had the honor of taking the 1 liuwn 1 rjiiuuss ui ucriuaut uiruiiii a course in Spanish conversation and liter ature. As one of the signs of the times, it may be noticed that among the English 1 Methodists John Wesley's abridged I liturgy is being replaced here and there ' by the Prayer-Book. The conference has taken up the subject, and has direct-' ed the nrenaration of a short book of services, which shall contain the Psalms, the Apostles's Creed, the Te Deum, the Ten Commandments, and portions of Scripture. They already have a litany. Gemma Kunibcrta, an actress, 8 years old, has produced a sensation in Italy. She performs children's roles with wonderful skill, and is frequently engaged to play at court to amuse the young Crown Prince. As there was no piece with prominent children's roles, the Italian poets, Zarri, Ferrari, Marsi ko, and ' Hindi, have written several plays specially designed for the phe nomenal child-actress. undchirt, to say nothing about tiie saving in washing Be-ides, you alw.iv know where, it is. DaiUury Rocs- Language of the Xose: Lightly striking it with the ritfit forefinser I Jove you. Blowing it Keep away from me, or I'll holler. Turning it" up I can't ncip it; it grewmatway. ring ing it with thumb and finger My heart is uroken, and l 'be got a code id by eu. " Oh. he'd lose anv thin"-." old Mr. Meredith of West Hill grow led, when the boy came hack from an errand and said he'd lost the package entrusted to him, " he'd lose any thing. One day last week I sent him to take a pickle barrel to a customer, and before he got the barrel to the house, I hope to die if he didn't lose the bung-hole, clear out of it, and I had to send for a cooper to put in a new one." Burlington lliitcUye. Meeting a newsboy whose face tm scarred with scratches'and looked like a map of some great railroad center, a Bcrji-ilcr reporter asked the youngster what the matter was. " Feller spoke disrespectful of my sister: said he'd bet she was cross-eyed, and I sailed in." " Is your sister cross-eyed?" asked tho reporter. " Hain't got no sister," was the reply. " It was the principle of tho thing what I got licked for". Dcs Moines Bcruter. How brilliant th( uood. in Octoberl IJko tli no-ol a mam 11c. ereober; JAVn tho red tit the juvenile mitten. On the rant of n ralico Llttrn; LlUo thu vurLuit lilies of u like dream. Or the tints of a harlemil n tee-cream ; Like chanpef nl, e'cr-efiansinji iiiom1c. With nothing stale, Unit or prosaic. Hut everywhere cleaminjr hi . pleiitlnr. Like the sky in the west nt days end, or The po-ters whose charm . ne cr Irk Us", That tell of the forthcoming circus ; IJke the nose of a man never sober. How brilliant tho wood In Octoberl Boston Tanscript An African YftWMf. I Weddings in Urna, Central Africa, last three or four days. Comnunder f Cameron attended one of (hem. AH the people in the vilhure were there, hours.' Some men. blowing, pipes, and beating drums stood in the centre of a great circle of people, who danced around them, groaning and howling, and mak ing a great noise. This was kept up day and nizht. Suddenly, at the end i I the third day, the bride came out cl 3 nut, iircsseu in ait the lincry the ullage could muster. She wore a'small apron made of a pieco of linen uhich had been given to the Chief.and was adorned with, feathers, beads, and shells. She was carried on the shoulders of a very stout woman, and supported by a woman on each sido. Being brought Into tho midst of the dancing people, she jumped tip and down on the shoulders of the w omau. A number of beads and shells were giv en to her, which she scattered about in discriminately, and the people scrambled for them, as they were considered to possess some virtue as charms. The jumping up and down of thu bride was earned on so energetically that the skin was completely worn off the shoulders of tho woman who carried her. Then the husband, a great big fellow, came in, picked up his bride, pnt her under his arm, and walked off with her. Said old Mr Wiseowl: "There U a passage of Scriptur, brutherin', that's impressed me much very much. I've thought on't, and thought 011't, and I'm allnz thinkin' on't. I disrcmemlier jes wharit is, and ez furthet matter, jest what it is, but you can't tell how mucii uv a sollls it is to me on my journey through this vale o' tears." Odds nml.End. An old salt Epsom. Easily got wind of A fan. Miss Braddon'a 35 novels have been written within 25 years. No.use trying to rouse any enthusi asm in a carpenter; he always keeps his spirit level., x , "That's the. first hop.of the sea son," remarked a dancing master as his voiimr hopeful sat down on a tack. iThcn the 'ltmsic started and the bawl "began .J Oil City Derrick. Snys the .Xcw'Tork' Mail : , ' Keep tiie young men' at home," ,Ohi fudge! give the girls a chance:. Keep the old men at home, brother; that's more to the purpose. Boston Xrah!criit: Porous plasters wore marked down to 15 cents hj a Danburv druggist yes terday. 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