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aw VOL. XXIII. BOLIVAR, TENNESSEE, FRIDAY, OCT. 28, 1887 NO. 10. 4KY IS i 4 HEWS IN BKIEF. 'Ccuipikd. fruni Various Searcc. PKRSO.VAI. AMI rOLITICAI Tub funeral of ex-Chief Justice T. C. Planning, Into Minister to Mexico, took jlaoe at .Now Orleans on the 18th, from Christ Church, Bishop Gallagher officiat ing. The remain v?r consigned to a tomb in Met airiu tVnu-t. i-v. Prince Amki.t Vi.toii, son of the Frince of Vf ales, laid tho memorial stone nt the infirmary f t Northampton on the 3Htht The streets were crowded with spectators, many of whom greeted the Ipeakers with groan . The Official a izf-ite of Borlia strifes that Dr. MacKenzie. has again visited the Crown Prince Frederick William at Davono Hnd rejxj. is tho patient continues to improve. It has been fotinrl necessary to compel tho Crown Prince to refrain from talking as much possible. Tbk Crown Prince's birthday was ob served by tho people .f Berlin on tho 15th. A new nirl sensational charge is pub lished against General Houlanger, alleg ing a war con ) ii-iicy betwoen him and the late Russian editor, Katkoff. The argument, bof . the New York Court of .A ) '.il-i in t h Nharpe case has been posti o.i-d uulil the 27tii instant. It isanuounced that Jacob .harpe's lawyers will carry his case up to tho Supreme Court of the End. id Stales if tho Court of -Vfpeals decides against him. Amoxii thu passengers for Liverpool on th. 10th, on the. steamship Germanic,, was Dr. Grant B y, the celebrated physician nnd archaeologist of Cairo, Egypt. Mr. William John- Evelyn- (Conserva tive), member of th) British House of Commons, v ill resign on account of hig inability to agree with tlie government on the Irish qu-v ion. It is stated that Hartley Campbell, the dramatist, is ivovering his insanity, and will soon be released from the Mid llotown (N. Y.) ns I it tn. THK C..tr of Kossia has b;eu hattilv summoned to St. lVier.sbur. Ho will leave Copenhagen in a tow da vs. M. Kt'Kf, the Japanese Minister, who is nbout to ret urn home, ga ve a jdimieivon the niht ii' the ltt.ii at the Arlington Hotel, Washington, at which Secretin ies Bayard, liiiri hild and Lamar and several justices of tho S'iprruitf Court v 'ere pres ent. Sk.n-atoh Mt.-j'iinusoN-, t,f New Jersey, lias published his reply to Henry Lvtlo's attack on him. lb denies all the nllega lions made, and reft rs to his previous ex tended reply to siinilur charges as cover ing tho case. Hon-. Y. A. Stowk, 1 em ..-i-atic canili lare for district jud,;e i:i ( luiaha, )., -was Htricken with paraU si at a late hour ontheni-ht of tlui b-!li, in Lincoln, and his recovery is doubtful. He had not re gained e'bscitiuMiess on the l'h. Kkv. 1t;ii:!i Keh.nkii, jii4or of the Church of i:r Lady, of .A'o.uit Carniel, IVew York, who was injured in the ruins of tho M-liooi lumso he was buildinp; on Kat )ne Hundred and Fifteenth street on th. 17th. died at St. Francis Hospital on tlio mornim; (,f the l'uh. Thk Loud m Timrn of the -Jt th says: "It ' a fact beyond (pie.ition that Idr. Clad stone's O! atorical perform.iucH beat the record of all the statesm-ui who ever at tempted to govern a -ou'itry by their ifts of speech. AVe si.ie.d amazed at the fecundity of ;m!Iua a id physio.il en duraiice li laved by a man complotinj hia seventy-eijhth year." On the s-nh tho president ia! party were received mid cnterta iued at Mnntjtimery, Ala., and in the evening i-tartod for Wash inKon. On the '2 th the funeral of Lu-teiu HiTeii di, Kocritary of the Tnrki.-h Le-ation, too!l dace nt AVnvhin-tou. On the LVth Mrs. James A. Cartield and her daughter. Miss Mo! lie. who were pas enf;rs on the sfeamcr Arizona from New York, arrived at L verpoo'. A nsrATfit of the Loth from Australia nnnounced the death of Y. V.. Sheriden, the well-known actor. Ilx. Hon. Ai.i XANonn J. R Pkrksfohd Hoi'K, ii member of the Lritisii l'arlia ment, died on ti e 2 . h. JIant of the Kn;:lish papers continue to deplore Chnnibc; Iain's appointment as a British fisheries dispute commissioner. Effohts are beinti made by Coventor tiray of Indiana and others to induce the United States Attorney to prosecute in tb Federal courts th . band of niht ma rauders in Southwestern Indiana known is "The White ( 'a -." On the 20th the Executive T.oard of Cood Templars, in session ;t bo, ton. elected W. 'Y. Turn bull, of (llnsrow, Scotland, to be Right Worthy tirand Templar in place of Hon. J. r. Finch. Hr. ( : onh vn tekha, of Ontario, was i he -n to liil the o!lico va cated by Mr. TurubuU. A (VHiirsi'eMiKNr of the London FportM-ri at Svdnev, X. S. W., tele raphs that llan'.au, til l t'nnadiau oars man, is hutforin from a carbuncle on one of his wrists, rendering it impossible for him to. tow for several days. His race with lieaoh will consequently bo post poned unld the last of November or the firpt jmrt of Pecember, providod the Aus tralian sculler is wiiliiu. Ixmn ItANPoi.ru I'm ncimx delivered nnotbr of his characteristic speeches on the Irish question at Seaham, England, i-atho 21st. Tammany Ham. and the County Democ racy of New York City hare harmonized mid nominated a joint city ticket. Hoi-kins, the missing clerk of the United StatiM Court at Austin, Tex., charged with forgery, has been located at Farras, Mxico. The story that the Czar of Russia con templates visiting berlin is pronounced a lioax in that city, but apparently reliable reports come from Loudon to the contrary. It is rumored that the Prohibitionists nd Labor party will fuse nnd nominate tJeneial Clinton lb Fiske, of New Jersey, for President and Terrence V. Powderly, of Pennsylvania, for Vice-President. ACCOKPInu to advices received from Merv, Avoub Kahn has assumed the direc tion of the insurgents in Afghanistan. It is also reported that Kviokokis, the noted chieftain, has joined tho insurgents. L'ciiu Ditky, the Lowell (Mass.) short f top and third bascma:i, has signed with the Chicagos for 1NV, receiving $,"00 in advance. Thk Princesses Louis? and Maude of Wales, whose illness at Copenhagen caused considerable anxiety in Enclish court circles, are progressing favorably, and their complete recovery, without any of tho unfortunate afflictions that ot'teu result from their diseav... is iiNsurcd. Coi.CMBi's Delano, president of the National Wool-liroweis' Aoc;ation, has r)lid a meeting at Washington for the first Monday in December, when a com sitteo will be announced to confer with a similar committee representing the wool manufacturers of th. East relative to the adjustment of differences on the tariffs. Mis Jo.sie Holmes, the private secre tary of E. I Harper in the Fidelity Na tional Pank, of Cincinnati, was arrested on the 2lst by United States officer j on a roj-t h-bound railway tra:.u at Hamilton, O. fcjhe wu taken to Cincinnati at iaid nigbt and put in jail. There wan a belief that United States oScers would make numerous Fidelity arrests before room ing. G r v t r a l Mavaokr RrTrmso o the Southern Paciilc radrond has UJegrarhed Division Suporicten lnt L.nibjrg of El f'asc, bx, that the ra Iroad company wJlj.av EiprnH.1 Mess'ugr nj:th, who killed the two train rolbors, $KW fur ec! tAbr, which is dcubia tti.e stand u,' odeT d' the onpanT. Thte ftisa"C Srti;fi a petal --fa Wast el or ?y,:v;-j ia rr- rl .., . Detect ives Sheldon and Hurd arrest ed John Casey, one of the prisoners who made a sensational escape from the Wor cester (Mass.) jail last May, as he was going on board a Havana steamer in New York on the night of the 20th. The men who escaped with Ca.sey are Dave Jewell and Jas. Kenny, burglars; Harry Gray and J. F. Walsh, pickpockets, and Geo. Barton, bigamist. C1UJIES AND CASUALTIES. The fast train w est on tho Pennsylvania road, an the lfth, nt Steel's crossing, near Honks' station. Pa., struck a carriage containing Mrs. Jacob Hteltzfns and Mrs. Barbara iSteltzfus. middle-aged ladies. Both were instautlv killed, as was also the horse. Fire on the night of the ISth, at Syra cuse, N. Y., destroyed Barney & Lamb ley's large dry goods store and Everson& Co.'s hardware store. The total loss i between ;GO,000 and $4o0.0o0: insurance, alout $2"0,0(i0. A natural gas explosion in Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 10th, caused serious loss of life and property. The Russian schoonor Johannes was towed into the port of Copenhagen, Den mark, on the 18th. A carpenter had mur dered the captain and live of the crew, and thrown their bodies overboard. On the night of the lth the most disas trous conflagration that ever visited Mari nette, Wis., took place. Two entire blocks in the heart of the city, containing twenty-five stores, besides a large num ber of dwell ings, were burned. The total loss is $.200,000. O.N the lf'th Milton Roberts and Thomas Crane were instantly killed by the ex plosion of the boiler of a steam thresher near Pastor, York County, Neb. Thk steamer Upupa collided vith and stink the German bark Plantour off Beachy Head, England, on the 19th. Eleven per sons were drowned and the captain of the bark has slnco died. Only two of the craw of the bark survived. On the 19th Thomas H. Davis, assistant freight agent of the New York Central railroad in New York, who absconded, leaving a deficiency of $l.",(ifiO in his ac counts, was caught in Canada and taken back. Ha pleaded guilty, and was held for trial. On the 10th a telepram was received at Washington from Prof. Wiley, of the Agricultural Department, now in Louisiana, stating that the cyclone on that day entirely wrecked the machinery erected for tho purpose of trying the ex periment of making sugar by the diffusive process. Thk fast express on tho Chesapeake & Ohio railroad, six coaches, going west, met with an accident on the 20th, twelve miles lelow Charleston, AV. Va., in which twenty-six passengers were more or loss injured. Nori ! were killed outright. Melbot'rnk advices say the steamer Cheviot has been wrecked at Port Phillip. Tho Cheviot was a co'onial passenger of iron ami belonged to Melbourne. Many of the passengers and crew were drowned. The survivors have reach-d Melbourne. On the night of the 10th petroleum, which had been used for fuel, caught fire in the Fulton Iron Works at San Fran cisco, anil destroyed the machine-shops with much machinery and castings for six steam schooners, which have been completed. Loss, $200,000. The California Car Works, adjoining, were also burned. Their loss will be between $40,000 and $,'0,000. Mi-CrLLouoii, accused of the horrible murder on th high seas, was released on $Ti,000 bail at Galveston, Tex., on the 2Ut. Andrew Flf.mi.no, a negro, was hanged at Tallulah, La., on tho 21st, for the mur der of Pemp Ben von. On tho scaffold he said he was willing to die. BT falling otf a scaffold nt the barbed wire mills at Allentown, Pa., on the 21st, Samuel Melius was instantly killed and Titus Sterner fatally injured. Frank CitEDEFonn, also known as Crawford, whoso name has been con nected with tho latest clew in the Rahway (N. J.) murder mystery as the tramp Weaver, and with whom the dead girl was said to have been married, was arrested in Philadelphia on tho night of the 21st. The boiler of n portable saw-mill at West Brownsville, Pa., exploded on the 21st, with terrific force. Two brothers, John and Win. Eelley, were instantly killed, and n man nanvd McCann is miss ing. The mill is a total wreck. Dyxamitk which was being dried at a fire, exploded at Leitcher, N. S., on the 21st, killing a man named McKenzie and badly injuring a man named MeCormick. The men were laborers on the Cape Breton railway. MfscjniA toes. A MtKTiNU of the privy couucil of Dub lin was held on the ISth for the purpose of considering measures for the suppression of the National League. The Marqnis of Londonderry, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, presided. PruCES have been advanced 1 by tho North westera Plow Association. TnK French steamship Britannia, which arrived at New York on tho l"th inst., from Marseilles and Naples, and bail been held by the health otlicer at upper quar antine for observation, was, on the ISth, sent down to lower quarantine, four cases of cholera having been found aboard of her. At a meeting of Socialists bell nt Bertie on tho 1Mb, resolutions were adopt ed protesting against the execution of the condemned Anarchists of Chicago, and declaring that if their sentence was carried into effect it would bo judicial murder. International litigation is threatened because of German infringement of patent rights of American citizens. Toe American Street Railway Associa tion met in convention at Philadelphia on the 10th. Thk twenty -first annual convention of American architects began its sessions at Chicago on the 19th. The most destructive fire known for many years is raging along the northern ridie of the Blue mountains in Pennsyl vania. Much valuable timber has been destroyed nnd the loss will be very heavy. A gang of men are at work, but all efforts at staying tho progress of the fire seem to be unavailing. The Detroits continue to lay out the St. Louis Browns with persistent regularity, and at present writing (20th) they lack but one game of loing assured of the world's championship. Thk National convention of the employ ing printers of the United States met on the ISth in Chicago. Alout ninety dele gates, representing the principal Eastern and Western cities, were in attendance. The Agricultural convention in session at Washington has effected a permanent organization. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engin eers assembled in Natioral convention at Chicago on the 19th. The eleventh annual meeting of the American IIumr.no Association legan at Rochester, N. Y., on the lf?th. Sevkrk snow-storms have occurred throughout Italy, greatly injuring crops and animals. The storms were accom panied by hurricanes in ome parts. A number of houses have been unroofed at Tisa and .everal person drowned in Lake Como. Tne Universalist general convention was in tession at New York on the 19th. Ir is said at th State Department at Washington that the nature of the ap proaching fishery conference is geueraily misunderstood. Th? conference carries with i no authority or pTvwr. It can merely result ia the negotiation of a treaty snHect to ej'proval by the Seve. At the rcon.d day's session of the, Ijra t?!vnt Epiicopta cngr-wi at ieusv.:;, Ky., tb h.pher djcafion of worrr r. ai otBer topies wfer difc.uved. The police have warned the Irish news agents against exposing papers or placards containing any references to meetings of suppressed branches of the National League. A telegram was received at, the Marine Hospital Bureau in Washington on the 19th, from Deputy Collector Spencer at Tampa, Fla,, saying that the outlook was better, and that although there were ru mors of new cases they bad not been confirmed. One death occurred on the 19th. No game was played in the world's base ball championship series on the 20th, rain at Washington causing its postponement. A call for a mass meeting in Now York on the night of the 21th to protest against the execution of the Chicago Anarchists has been widely distributed. The call emanates from the Central Labor Union and District Assembly No. 49. K. of L, Roscoe Conkling and Rev. Dr. Talma, go have been invited to address the meeting. The prospects of Italy in her Abyj-ain-ian campaign are reported to be much more encouraging. Tampa (Fla.) advices of tho 20th re ported fourteen cases of yellow fever, in cluding two colored, and three deaths. O.v the 20th the excelsior Refining Com pany, of Cleveland, O., made an assign ment to J. H. Smith. Liabilities, $123,000. Nominal assets about $100,000. Actual assets $15,000 to 20,000. Russia is contemplating reduction of import duties on goods from several coun tries, but not on any from Germany. The correspondence which passed be tween the Government and its ofiicers in Alaska concerning seizures of British ves sels is now mads public In an inspired article the Pcsthcr L'o'jd expresses the readiness of Austria to enter into an alliance with England. O.v the 20th the board of managers of the New York Produce Exchange suspended about 125 members for non-payment of their annual dues, and a still larger num ber for failing to pay the gratuity fund assessments. The Chinese Government has applied to the Gorman army authorities for ofiicers to instruct and organize tlrs Chinese army, and the Emperor has consented to allow the ofiicers to go there. Many have volunteered for the work, though the salary is small. PaHERS were l ead at tin! ui.:i icu' t urul convention in Washington on tin i'tili oa "The Work and tho Needs of Experiment Stations," and "Experiments and Investi- fations Demanded by the Farmers of own." O.N the 20th an application as mad a be fore Judge O'Brien of the Court of Queen's Bench at Dublin, for a writ of certiorari to quash the verdict of wilful murdor rendered by the coroner's jury against the policemen who did the shooting at Mitchellstown. The application, being unopposed by the Attorney-General, was granted. The St. Louis Browns arc champions of the world no longer, the Detroits having taken the winning game at Baltimore on the 21st, after sustaining a most decided defeat at Washington on the forenoon of the same day. The Illinois Board of Live Stock Com missioners killed sixteen head of diseased horses near Wapeilia, on the 21st. The report that Mexico had closed her ports to United States commerce on ao count of thu cholera scare is denied. Chicaoo had such an Anarchist scare on the 21st that a large part of the police were concentrated at the jail. In the Anarchist ca.sos at Washington, on the 21st, application was made to tho United States Supreme Court for a writ of error. The court ordered printed copied of the records in the cases to be submitted at once. The police of Killarney have forbidden news venders to place or expose placards of United Ireland or other newspapers con taining reports of meetings of proclaimed branches of the National League. Counterfeit postal cards have been dis covered at Pittsburgh, Pa., so skillfully executed that their detection is very diffi cult. It is thought they emanate from New York. Serious trouble was anticipated on the 2"d at London, the unemployed working men and their sympathizers haying deter mined to parade in force and hold a mass meeting. All troops in the city were or dered to hold themselves in readiness lor duty. The special commission appointed to appraise the property south of the Capitol at Washington, owned by General B, F. Butler, with a view to its purchase by tho Government, has made a report to the Secretary of the Treasury stating tho value of the property to bo $277,000, or $2,000 more than the figure at which it was offered to the Government by Gener al Butler a year ago. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. A Mrs. Martin, of Atlanta, Ga., has sold her 10-year-old ion to Joseph Burns, of Chicago for $200. Burns was a discarded suitor of Mrs. Martin a dozen years ago, and now rich and childless ihe purchases th. boy and will adopt him. The Republicans of New York have in dorsed the Irving nail nomination of De Lancey Nicoll, present assistant dis trict attorney, as an independent Demo cratic candidate for district attorney. Twextt-thrke new cases of fever and two deaths were reported at Tampa, Fla., on the 24th. The weather at Tampa is warmer and more unfavorable, and the fever is spreading in the better part of the city and its suburbs. AT Billings, Mont., on the 24th, the tem perature was 15 degrees below zero. A cask of accidental poisoning occurred at Gray's Station, Ark., on the 22d. Mrs. Carrie Brown, who keeps a boardinghouse at that place, furnished her boarders with potatoes and oysters for supper which were fried in lard taken from the bottom of a tin can, and it is supposed this caused the poisoning. A wealthy Pennsylvania syndicate has been quietly purchasing magnetic iron ore lands in Walker county, Georgia, and it has just leaked oat that they have already secured 20,000 acres and have options on several thousand more. Thk postofflce and two stores at Palarm, Ark., were robbed on the 22d. It is not known how much the thieves secured, cor there any clew to them. George Sweat, a desperate character, was killed at Newcomb, Tenn,, on the 22 1, by a boy named Tom Rich. Sweat made some ugly remarks about Rich's sister. Rich heard of it, and seeing Sweat on the street pulled down on him with & double barrel shotgun, both loads taking effect. At Birmingham, Ala., on the 22d, John Shed was sentenced to twenty-five year in the penitentiary for the marder of n little white boy. Shed shot at a man and hit the boy. A wealthy lumberman of East Sagi naw, Mich., oilers to give to each of the families of the police officers murdered at Chicago forty acres of land, and lumber enough to build a house thereon. A visitor to Atlanta says there were six children killed on the fair grounds, but the papers did not mention it. One chil i died in its mother's arms. Men hal to stand for hours in a restaurant waiting for something to eat. One old man stood for four hours in the rain trying to get out of the exposition gate, and w&s triads sick. Robert GarCtt, of the Baltimor. an i Ohio railroad, has gone to Mexico. Ju: eor. UKg he said to a friend "Don't let Jar Got Id c-sprrre 2irylsasl be! ere l SOUTHERN GLEANINGS. Hannah Barber, of- Alamance, 8. C, aged 106, is compeled to go to the poor house. Information is wanted of the where abouts of Arch Lester, of Henderson Coun ty, Ky., about twenty -two years old, five feet seven inches tall, and weighs 150 pounds. Two of the heaviest bales of cotton ever baled on a plantation press were received at Yicksburg from Nittayuma, Miss., a few days ago, one weighing 925 and th other 8SS pounds. In a sparsely settled section of Ballaro County, Ky., Mrs. Stephens, a widow, was murdered and her house robbsd of $1,000 a few days since. The aged vftitnan strug gled hard for life, but the heartless brutes showed her no quarter. A great number of cattle are dying from n unknown disease on Broad river, South Carolina. They are taken with a quiver ing in every muscle, and no remedy that has been given does them any good. All the cattle that have died are those re cently moved from the uplands to the bot toms. There is a mule in the community affected in the same way, but it seems to get no relief. Annie Wright, Lula Wilson and Bettie Black are under arrest at Nashville, Tenn., for the murder of J. L. Howard, late cf Obion County. They placed his body under a railroad trestle to convey the Ides that he had fallen and been accidental! killed. J. C. Durick, a contractor, who was building a large bridge at DeKTiven, Ky., was engaged a few days ago in hoisting a heavy rock when the rope to the derrick broke and Durick was thrown nearly sixty feet in the air, and fell with fearful force to the ground, breaking his shoulder and collar-bone, and injuring him so severely that he died in a few hours. Much excitement has been occasioned in Mobile, Ala., by the persistent hazing and social ostracism of children of He brew parentage at the Barton Academy., the principal public school of the city. Three of the offending pupils have been held to answer by the mayor. Henry Borcher, until recently a resident of St. Louis, and an employe of the Brush Light and Power Company of New Or leans, was killed in the latter city a few days ago by an electric current while en gaged in repairing the line. The game laws of Virginia have been so thoroughly respected during recent years that game of all kinds is now found in the mountainous districts. It seems that the colored Masons in Louisiana, who were described as a band of murderers, have been maligned. Two of their alleged victims are known to be al ive. Dan Diamond shot and instantly Wm. Crane, about five miles the mouth of the St. Francis in Arkansas a few days ago. killed above river Dia- mond and Crane quarreled about the pos session of a fishing not, which was the property of Diamond. The steamer Regulator, 850 tons, run ning between New York and Wilmington, N. C, was burned at her wharf in the lat ter place a few days ago. Her cargo of cotton, naval stores and lumber, valued at $50,000, was entirely destroyed. The ves sel also is a total loss. Both vessel and cargo were insured. Ben Bray, colored, who shot and killed Joe Frizze, colored, in Nashville, Tenn., several months ago, was convicted in the Criminai Court and sentenced to twenty years imprisonment. After committing the crime Bray fled to East St. Louis, 111., where he was captured and tal-en back. Samuel W. Ramsey, from Indiana, v as arrested at Owensboro, Ky., a few days ago, for abdructing Viola Tola, the daugh ter of Hermau Tola, of Cannellton, Ind. The girls is thirteen years old, and hei parents are highly respectable. When Ramsey was arrested she seemed over joyed to get back to her father, and de clared that Ramsey had used more of force than persuasion to get her away. Ho was fined twenty dollars for vagrancy and jailed in default, to await a requisi tion. A severe storm visited New Orleans a few nights ago, with a rainfall of two inchos, and the wind reached a velocity of forty-eight miles per hour. Trees, fences and buildings woro blown down.' Re ports from plantations along Morgan's railroad, from Morgan City to New Or leans, show that almost all the sugar-cane was blown flat. The rear portion of the city was inundated to a considerable ex tent. Extensive arrangements are being made in Nashville, Tenn., for tho reception and entertainment of four hundred delegates to the annual session of the National Women's Christian Temperance Union, which begins November 16, and continues six days. All the railrcids in the South ern Traffic Association have granted a rate of one and one-third fare for the round trip. Many of the most noted women in the country will be in attend ance, and questions of great importance will be discussed. Mrs. Stone, wife of Levy Stone, a prom inent farmer of Pickens County, 8. C, lost her life recently by a singular ac cident. A needle with which she had been sewing was carelessly sticking in the front part of her dress when she went out into the yard to feed her pigs. Whilst leaning over the pen the needle came in contract witJi :i)(-oard and was suddenly driven into Mrs. Stone's breast just above the heart, producing a wound from the effects of which she died in two hours. Tampa's (Fla.) mayor sends out a call for assistance. The laboring class, white and black, are in great need. There is no business at all in the stricken city, and the quarantine prevents any work being done in that city. Aid is earnestly solicited. Dr. Wylly, president of the Florida Health Protective Association, indorses the call, and says that great distress prevails there already. The body of "Kid" De Jarnatt, one of the party of three who were drowned at Memphis recently during the display cf fire-works at the presidential reception, was discovered on a sand bar, two miles below the city, half buried in mud. Only a part of his underwear was found upon his body, and it is thought he was robbed, as he wore a fine gold watch and ring and had some money when last seen. Mrs. Cleveland captured Dixie. Dick Gardner and John Henry were convicted of horse-stealing in the Circuit Court at Fort Smith, Ark., a few days since, the jury giving Gardner seven and Henry five years " the Penitentiary. Henry is a noted thifand is wanted in Texas, the Indian Territory and other places for horse -stealing. ! A terrible tragedy occurred at Winches- I ter, Tenn., a few nights ago. Two stu dents in the Normal School at that place got into a fight, which resulted in the kill ing of one, Aldrich. his murderer being Hawkins. The latter stabbed his oppo nent to death. There is great excitement over the affair. j The steamer Silver Cloud was destroyed j , by fire near Birmingham, Ky, I Curran, charged with the murder of ! Officer Arnold, at Alexandria, Va., wan j acquitted. A disgraceful seen, occurred in tho oourt-room. i Pat Tuoker was intantlv killed and Mike Brennan fatally injured, while work ing on the new post-office building at Louisville, Ky., a few dais ago. They ' were crushed by the fall of a derrick. The report that Dr. J. 11. flail, of envilie, ITa., ba ottered to giveaway loG.000 acras of iand ia Goria for th. ben- , c2t ef idirent Irish Immirrrants, is not f lly creditsd. Coltroei A. &. Brrtt, of K con, say that no one person owns raeb large lxdv of land m th. State. WORLD BEATERS. The St. Louis Browns No Longer Bear the Title. The Winning Game Taken by tlie Detroits at Baltimore, After Receiving a Se vere Beating at Washington in the Morning. Washington, Oct. 22. The Detroits and St. Louis Browns played the tenth game for the world's championship here to-day, and, although the game was called at an inconvenient hour, about three thousand people were at Capitol Hill park when Umpire Kelly, at exactly 10:80, called p!ay." The Browns first entered the field for practice, and they received a tre mendous ovation. They went into pre liminary work with a dash and confidence that made their many friends here look to see them "do up" the League sluggers. They were not disappointed, either. The Bt. Louis men outplayed them every where and won as they pleased. THE EX-WORLD CHAMPIONS. THE SCORE: DETROIT. A.B. It. B.H. S.B. ! o. a. R, Richardson, 1. tic. 4 Ganzel, lb & c 4 Rowe, s. s 4 Thompson, r. f.... ...... 4 White, 8b. 4 Duulap, 2 Twitchell, 1. f 2 Bennett, c & lb 4 Hanlon, o. f 4 Getzein, p 4 1 3 0 1 4 J 0 2 0 4 10 1118 10 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 3 19 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 9 2 0 1 i i a o o 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 9 2 24 14 8 R. B.H. S.B. P.O. A. B. 13 0 13 1 0 8 0 2 5 2 1 2 3 0 3 0 11 8 3 0 11 0 0 ! 1 2 0 0 S 0 ! 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 12 0 0! 0 1 0 8 3 0 1 1 1 0 5 2 11 i It 19 1 27 16 8 Totals St. Lor is. Latham, 3b. . . Gleason, s. s. O'Neil, 1. f.... Comiskey, lb. Caruthers. p., Foutz, r. f Welch, c. f ... Robinson, '213. Boyle, o , Totals Innings Detroit St. Louis .36 .5 5 5 5 .....5 5 4 4 ....43 8 9 0 14 1 11 THE WINNIXQ GAME. Bai timore, Oct. 22. The game at Oriole park yesterday afternoon between the De troit Club and the Browns, of St. Louis, was a miserable exhibition of ball play ing. The disparity between the two clubs was painfully apparent. The result was a victory in a double sense for the De troits first in winning this particular game, and secondly because it decided the contest for the championship of the world, the Detroits having won eight of th. fifteen games which it was proposed to play. the present world champions. j THE SCOR. ! St. Louis. a. R. B. IL B.B. P. O. A. B. 0 110 2 0 10 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 11 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 12 14 6 0 " 0 0 6 1 1 3 4 3 21 IS 7 B.B, H. S B. P. O. A. E. 8 4 2 2 5 1 1 0 0 7 8 0 4 2 0 1 6 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 2 0 2 2 3 1 1 0 0 12 2 9 I 1 0 A 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 6 1 13 13 7 27 20 7 28456789 100100003 0 0 3 4 4 1 0 13 ' Latham, 3b 5 Gleason, s. s 8 O'Neil, 1. f ...4 Comiskey, lb 4 Caruthers, r. t 4 Foutz, p 4 Welch, c f 8 ; Robinson, 2b 4 ; Bosle, c 4 Totals 85 Dkthoit. a. b. j Richardson. 2b 5 Gunzell, lb and C....5 Rowe, s. s 5 Thompson, r. f 5 White, Ht 5 Twitchell. L t 4 Bennett, c. and lb. .5 Hanlon, c. t.... 5 Baldwin, p.. 5 Totals ... 44 fr.ninsrs 1 St. Loula .... 1 I Bnroit 1 Uidn't Get Their Money. New Castle, Pa., Oct. 22. Mrs. Jarnoux Romestot, of this city, is a niece of the famous Stephen Girard, founder of Gircrd College, at Philadelphia. Her father, Jean Girard, was Stephen's youngest brother. She told yesterday of a snit to be entered against the college to recover part of its funds for about a dozen of the descendants of the founder, most of whom live in France, Her story is tbr Girard left property worth $li,w0 to Natives, few of whom received any of it, and it is now worth $750,000. She assert"? that her father did not receive his portion, and that with other parts of the bequait was taken by the college. AdTtnm in Freight. New York, Oct. 22. The Trunk Un. executive committee yesterday unani mously adopted a resolution ordering an advance of export freight rates from twenty and twenty-five cents to forty and eighty-nine cents. The increase has also been adopted by the Central Traffio Asso ciation. It restores export freights to the Dighit price reached for months patt, and puts a xtop to nerious demoralisa tion in rts by which eh;pat ta tisx.es bsp mad. from Cbicao to Liverpool at tw.nt-r and tw$t-.fiv seats, tho same as to 2ew York. jT";p ad raace wiU amcrnat to on mfiTui ot ioilars aniiiiaily to the romf nnie . TALM AGE'S SERMON. 'Forbidden Honey" the Theme ol an Interesting Discourse. The Various Alluring Pitfalls vThlch May be Included in tlie Category, and th. the Moral Until They Lead to Safetv Only in ObetHence. For the subject of a recent sermon at the j Brooklyn Tabernacle, Rev. T. DeWitt j Talmage took "Forbidden Honey," th. I text being: I 1 clid but t.iite a little honey with the end of the rod that was in my hand, ana, lo, I must j die L Samuel xiv., 43 I Dr. Talmage said: The houey bed Is most ingenious architect, a Christopher I Wren among insects, a geometer drawing ! hexagons and pentagons, a freebooter rotioing tne tieids ot pollen ana aroma. wondrous creature of God whose biography, written by Huber fcnd Swam- merdain, is an enchantment for any lover of nature. Virgil celebrated the bee in his fable of Arista?ns, and Moses, and Samuel, and David, and Solomon, and Jeremiah, and Ezekiel, and St. John used the delicacies of bee manufacture as Bible symbol. A miracle of formation is the bee; five eves, two tongues, the outer having a sheath of protection hairs on all sides of its tiny body to brush up the particles of flowers, its flight so straight that all the world knows of the be. line The honey-comb is a palace snob, as no one but God could plan, and the honey bee construct ; its cells sometimes dormitory, nnd sometimes a store house, and sometimes a cemetery. These winged toilers first make eight strips of w ax, and by their antenntn, which ar. to them hammer, and chisel, and square, and plumb-line, fashion them for use. Two and two, these workers shape the wall. If an accident happen they put up but tresses or extra beams to remedy the dam' age. When aliout the year 1770 an insect, before unknown, in the night time attack ed the lee-hives ali over Europe, and the men who owned them were in vain trying to plan some thing to keep out the in vader that was the, terror of the uee-hives of the continent, it was found that every where the bees had arranged for their own protection, and built before their honeycombs an especial wall of wax with port-hole through which the bees might go to and fro, but not large enough to ad mit the winged combatant, called the sphinx ntropos. Do vou know that tho swarming of the bees is divinely directed? The mother bee Btarts for a new home, and because of this the other bees of the hive get into some excitement, which raises the heat of the hive some four degrees, Fand they must die unless they leave their heated apart ments, and they follow the mother bee ami alight on the branch of a tree, and cling to each other and hold on until a committee of two or three have explored tho region and found the hollow of a tree or rock not far off from a stream of water, and they here set up a new colony and ply their aromatic industries, and give themselves to the manufacture of the sac charine edible. But who can tell the chemistrv of that mixture of sweetness, part of it the very life of the bee and part of it the life of the fields? Plentv of this luscious product was hanging in the woods of Breth-aven dur ing the time of Savil and Jonathan. Their army was in pursuit of an enemy that by Cor s command must be exterminated. The soldiery were positively forbidden to stop to eat any thing until the work was done. If thev disobeyed they were ao cursed. Coming through the woods they found a place where tho bees had been busy a great honey manufactory. Honey gathered in the hollow of trees until it had overflowed upon the ground in great profusion of sweetness. All the army obeyed orders and. touched it not, save Jonathan, and he, not knowing the mili tary order about abstinence, dipped the end of a stick he had in his hand into the candied liquid, .and as, yel low, and brown, and tempting, it glowed on the end of the stick, he put it to his fuouth and ate the honey. Judgment fell upon him, and but for special intervention lie would have been slain. In my text Jonathan announces his awful mistake: I did lint 1 itste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in my hand, and, lo, I must tlie. Alas, w hat multitudes of people fn all ages have been damaged by forbidden houey by which 1 mean temptation de licious and attractive, but damaging and destructive. Literature, fascinating but deathful, comes in this category. Where one good, honest, healthful book is read now there are one hundred made up of rhetorical trash consumed with avidity. AVhen the boy on the cars comes through with a pile of publications, look over the titles and notice that nine out of ten of the books are depleting and injurious. All the way from New York to Chicago or New Or leans, notice that objectionable books dominate. Taste for pure literature is poisoned Iry this scum of the publishing house. Every book in which sin triumphs over virtue, or in which a glamour is thrown over dissipation, respect for the marriage institution and less abhorrence for the paramour, is a depres sion of vour own mora! character. The! book binding may ba attractive, and the plot dramatic and startling, and the style of writing sweet as the honey that Jona than dipped up with bis rod, but your best interests forbid it, your moral safety forbids it, your God forbids it, and one taste of it may lead to snch bad results that you mny have to nay at the close of the experiment, or at the close of a mis improved lifetime: 1 lini but tusie a litileboiiey with the rod that w as iu my hand, and, lo, I must die. Corrupt literature is doing more to-day for t he disruption of domestic life than any other cause. Elopements, marital in trigues, !y correspondence, fictitious names given at post-ofiice windows, clan destine meetings in parks, and at ferry gates, and in hotel parlors, and conjugal perjuries are among the damnable results. When a woman, young or old, gets her head thoroughly stuff-d with th. modern novel she is in appalling perib But some oue will say: "The heroes are so adroitly knavish, and the jjersons so bewitching ly untrue, and the turn of the story ko exquisite, and all the charac ters so enrapturing, I can not quit them." My brother, my sister, ytn can find styles of literature just as charm ing that will elevate and purify, and en noble, and Christianize w hile they please. The devil does not own all the honey. There is a wealth of komI books coming forth from our publihhing houses that leave no xcu.-e for the choic. of that wiiich i debauching to body, mind and soul. Go to .some intelligent men or women, and ak for a list of books that will be btrencltieniug to your mental and moral condition. Lile is so short and your time for improvement so abbreviated, that you an not afford to fill up w ith busks, and -imiers, and debri. In the interstices of busines that young man is leading that which will prepare him to le a nierchaut prince, and that young woman is LlLtig her mind with an Intelli gence that will yet cithsr make her tt. chi-'f attraction of a go! man's borne, or jtivt. her an judepeudence of character i that ul ijUtt 5 ter to build htr own j ixHi.e mid ii. bin: ii:u i! in a. baf-piiie-n ! tiu'. iiq'jiit1 no aufctufeiiltttit-n from! j cl viT ic-i,bi sex. liiat yfcui.g man f yonng nosnc can, by th. , rig'.J iirerar merit t f the I j Ihere in every iu prusl rig'tt iirerary tt.4 astrai improv.- ipare tu tamatN here or t iisv, i i-e head and hul- pruspwt ity, ud iliuinti.r, ud influence above the loungers who read nothing or read that which bedwarfs. See all the forests of good American literature dripping with honey. Why pick up th. honey-combs that have in them the fiery bees which will sting you with an eternal poison while you taste it? One book may for you or me decide every thing for thi world or the next. It was a turning point with me when in Wynkoop's book store. Syracuse, one day I picked up a book called "The Beauties of Kuskin." It was only a book of extracts, but it was all pur. honey, and I was not satisfied until had purchased all his works, at that time expensive beyond an easy capacity to own them, and what a heaven I went through in reading his "Seven Lamps of Architecture," and his "Stones of Venice," it is impossible for me to describe except by saying that it gave me a rap ture for good books, and an everlasting disgust for decrepit or immoral books that will last me while my immortal soul lasts. All around the Church and the world to day there are busy hives of intel ligence occupied by authors and author esses from whose pens drip a distillation which is the very nectar of Heaven, and why will you thrust your rod of inquisi tiveness into the deathful saccharine of perdition? Stimulating liquids also come into the category of temptations delicious, but deathful. You say: "lean not bear the taste of intoxicating liquor, and how any man can like it is to me an amazement." Well then, it is no credit to you that you do not take it. Do not brag about your total abstinence, because it is not from any principle that you reject alchoholism but for the same reason that yon rejec certain styles of food you simply don like the taste of them. But multitudes of people have a natural fondness for all kinds of intoxicant. They like it so much that it makes them smack their lips to look at it. 1 hey ure dyspeptic, and they take it to aid digestion, or they are an noyed by insomnia, and they take it to produce sleep, or they are troubled, and they take it to make them oblivious, or they feel good nnd the must cele brate their hilarity. They begin with mint julep sucked through two strawslon tho Long Branch piazza and end in the ditch, taking from a jug a liquid, half kerosene and half whisky. They not only like it, but it is an nil-consuming passion of body, mind and soul, and after awhile have it they will, though one wine-glass of it should cost the temporal and eternal destruction of themselves, and all their families, and the whole human race. They would say: "I am sorry it is going to cost me, and my family, and all the world's population so very much, but here it goes to my lips, and now let it roll over my ps.rched tongue and down my heated throat, the sweetest, the most inspiring, the most rapturous thing that ever thrilled mortal or immortal." To care the habit before it comes to its last stages, various plans were tried in olden times. This plan was recommended in the books. H hen a man wanted to re form he put shots or bullets into the cup or glass of strong drink one additional shot or bullet each day, that displaced so much liquor. Bullet after bullet added day by day, of course the liquor became less and less until the bul lets would entirely fill up the glass and there was no room for the liquid, and by that timeit wai said the inebriate would be cured. hether any one ever was cured in that way, I know not, but by long experiment it is found that the only way is to stop short off, and when a man does that he needs God to help him. And there have been more cases than you can count when God has so helped the man that he quit forever, and I could count score of them hero to-day, some of them pillars in the house of God. One would suppose that a man would take warning from some of the ominous names given to tho intoxicants, and stand off from the devastating influence. You have noticed, for instance, that some of the restaurants are called "The Shades," typical of the fact that it puts man's rep utation in the shade, and his morals in the shade, and his prosperity iu the shade, and his wife and children in the shade, and his immortal destiny in the shade. Now, I find on some of the liquor signs in all our cities the words "Old Crow," mightily suggestive of a carcass and tho filthy raven that swoops upon it. "Old Crow!" Men and women without num bers slain of rum, but unburiod, and this evil is pecking at their glazed eyes, and pecking at their bloated cheeks, and peck ing at their destroyed manhood and wom anhood, thrusting beak and claw into the mortal remains of what was once glo riously alive, but now morally dead. "Old Crow!" But, alas, how many take no warning. They make mo 'think of Caesar on his way to assassination, fearing noth ing though his statue in thi;hall crashed into fragments at his feet, and a scroll containing the na men of the conspirators was thrust into his hands, yet walking right on to meet tho dagger that was to take his life. The infatuation of strong drink is so mighty in many a man that though his fortunes are crash ing, and his health is crashing, and bis domestic interests are crashing, and we hand him a long scroll containing the names of xerlls that await him, he goes straight on to physical, and mental, and moral assassination. In proportion as any style of alcoholism is pleasant to your taste, and stimulating to your nerves, and for a time delightful to all your physical and mental condition, is the peril awful I Remember Jonathnn and the forbidden honey in the woods of Bethaven. Furthermore, tho gamester's indulgence must be put in the list of temptations de licious but destructive. I have crossed the ocean eight times, and always one of the best rooms has, from morning till lata at night, been given up to gambling prac tices. I beard of many men who went on board with money enouxh for a Eu ropean excursion who landed with out money enough to get their bag gage up to the hotel or railroad station. To many there is a complete fascination in games of hazard, or the risking of money on possibilities. It seems as natural for them to bet as to eut. Indeed, th. hunger for food is often overpowered with th. hunger for wagers, a in the case of Lord Sandwich, a persistent gambler, who, not being willing to leave the dice table long enough for the taking of food, invented a preparation of food that he could take without stopping the game, namely, a slice of beef b-cween t wo slices of bread. which was named nf tr Lord Sandwich. It is absurd for thosf) of us who have never felt the fascination of the wager to speak slightingly of the temptation. It has slain j multitude of intellectual and moral giants, men and women, wtronger than yon or I. Down under its power went glorious Oliver Goldsmith, and Gibbon, tb. his torian, and Charles Fox, the btatesman, and in olden timti famous Senators of the United States, ho ued to b as regularly t the gambling house all nlht as they were in the balls of li!iatijii by day. Ob, tbe tragedies of the faro tab!.! I know person who Ixan with a nliht stake in a ladies' pnrlor, and ended with the suicide's pistol at Monte Carlo. Th.y played with the square piece of bou. wtth whit, mark on them, not knowing that Satan wit play iu for their boae at the same time, aud wm m to ewep all the takes off on hi tudtt of thu tulle. The last New York Legislature sanctioned the iuiUty evil list in u by pausing a law for its delkiie at IL i t 'im k, and ii.ny youii in iu ( Uit aU Ih.Li wag.s ml Conny lilted this tuJo.K, and this fall &r LcitowIls from th. nicn.y tUia of ttti; e;pioy ws or arrang ing by mean cf fs.ii entry to adjust their demoralized Unam-ex. Every man who voted for Um Ive pol bill has on . his hands and forehead the blood of thes. souls. But in this connection some young con verts say to me: "Is it right to play cards? Is there any harm in a game of whist or euchre?" Well, I know good men who play whist and euchr. and other styles of games without any wag ers. I had a friend who played cards with his wife and children, aud then at the close said: "Come, now, let us have prayers." I will not Judge other men's consciences, but I will tell you that cards re in my mind so associated with th. temporal and eternal damnation of splendid young men, that I should no sooner say to my family, "Come, let us have a game of cards," than I would gc into a menagerie and say: "Come, let us have a game of rattle snakes," or into a cemetery, and, sitting down by a marble slab, say to the grave diggers: "Come, let us have a game of skulls." Conscientious young ladies ar. silently saying to me while I speak: "Do you think card-playing will do us any harm?" Perhaps not; but how will you feel if in th. great day of eternity, when we are asked to give an account of our influence, some man shall say to you: "I was introduced to games of chance in the year 1S87, in Brooklyn, at your house, and I went on from that sport to some thing more exciting, and went on down until I lost my business, and lost my morals and lost my soul, and these chains that you see on my wrists and feet are tha chains of a gamester's doom, and I am on my way to a gambler's hell." Honey al the start eternal catastrophe at the Cast. Stock gambling comes lore He ia catalogue. It must be very exhilarating to go into Wall street, New Yf k, or Stats street, Boston, or Third street, Philadel phia, and depositing a small sum of money, run the risk of taking out a fort une. Many men are doing an honest and safe business in tbe stock market, and you are an ignoramus if you do not kr.ow that it is just as legitimate to deal !b stooks as to deal in coffee, or sugar, or flour. But nearly all the outsiders who go there on a little financial excursion lose all. The old spiders eat up the unsuspecting flies. I had a friend who put his Laud on his hip pocket and said to me in substance: 'I have there the value of $L0,000. His home Is to-day penniless. What was th. matter? Wall street. Of the vast majority who are victim ized you hear not one word. One great stock firm goes down and whole columns of newspapers discuss their fraud, or their disaster, and we anf presented with their features and their biography. But where one such famous firm sinks, five hundred unknown men sink with them. The great steamer goes down and all the little boats are swallowed iu the same engulf ment. Gambling Is gambling, whet her in stocks or breadstuff's, or dice, or race-track bet- ting. Exhilaration at the start, and a raving brain, and a shattered nervous system, and a sacrified property, and a destroyed soul at the last. Young man, buy no lottery tickets, purchase no prize packages, bet on no base ball games or yacht racing, have no faith in luck, an swer no mysterious circulsir proposing great income for small intestim-.i.C, snoo away the buzzards that hover around our hotels trying to entrap strangers. Go out and make an honest living. Have God on your side and be a candidate for heaven. Remember all the paths of sin are banked with flowers at the start, and there are plenty of helpful hands to fetch the gay charger to your door and bold tho stirrup while you mount. But further on ths horse plunges to the bit in a slough inex tricable. The best honey is not like that which Jonathan took on the end of th rod and brought to his lip, but that which God puts on the banqueting table of mercy, at which w. are all invited to sit. I was reading of a boy among the moun tains of Switzerland ascending a danger ous place with bis father and tbe guides. The boy stepped on tho edge of tho cbil and said: "There is a flower I moan Ut get." "Come away from there," said th father, "you will fall off." 'No," said he, "I must get that beautiful flower," and the guides rushed toward him to pull him back, when they heard him say, I almost have it," and he foil two thousand feet. Birds of prey were seen a few days after circling through the air and lower ing gradually to the placo where the corpse lay. Why seek flowers off tbe edge of a prec ipice when you may walk knee deep amid tbe full blooms of the very paradise of God? When a man may sit nt a king's banquet, why will ho go down the stops and contend for the gristle and bones ot hound's kennel? "Sweeter than honey and the honeycomb," says David, "is the truth of God." "With honey out of the rock wont d I have satisfied thee," says God to the recreant. Here is honey gathered from the blossoms of trees of life, and with a rod made out of the wood of the cross I dip it up for all your souls The poet Hesiod telis of an ambrosia and a nectar the drinking of which would make men live forever, and one sip of this honey from tho Eternal llock will give you an immortal lifo with God. Come off of the imalarial levels of a sinful life. Come and live on the uplands of grace where the vineyards sun thomsolves. Oh, taste and iee that the Lord U gracious. Be happy now and happy forever. For those who take a different course the honey will turn to gall. For many things I have admired Percy Shelley, the great English poet, but I de plore the fact that it was a great sweet ness to him to dishonor bod. llio poem Queen Mab" has in it tho maligning of th. Deity. The infidel poet was impious enough to ask for Rowland Hill's Surrey Chapel that h. might denounce the Chris tian religion. He was In great gle against God and the truth. But he visited Italy, and one day on the Mediterranean ith two friendx In a bunt, which was went, v-four feet long, he wa coming toward shore when an hour's squall struck the water. A gentleman standing on shore through a il ash saw many boats tossed in this squall, but all outrode the terror except one, that in which Sholloy, the nfldel poet, and his two friends were sailing. That never came ashore, but the bodies of two .f the occupant were w iiM lied upon the bench, one of them the poet. A funeral pyre was built on the ea shore by some classic friends, and the wo bodies were cm sinned. Poor Shelley! Iln would have nil God while he lived. and he probably had no God when he di-3d. The Lord io.oweth the war of thu rif-bteou, but the way ot h ungodly bball permli. Allthebcftt things and treanitirs cf thin world ar. not to be produced by each gen. .ration for 1tef ; bnt w are ali intended not to carve our work lu tnow, ti:l will melt, but nuch and til r m to ): couUouiw ly rolling a grrat, white jjsthdring snow-bsil higher and liljrhar, laiyr and larger. atoug Uio Alyti of humaa power. Thus the science of nations is to be accumulated from father to iou, each leuru lDif a llttie more and a little mon ; each re ceiving all that was kiio n, end adding It. own gain. Th' history nd poeuy of na tions are to bo aoc'tmu'.fittve, each genera ticn treanurluy the history Mint :njs of Its Ko-Ur. adding Its own bltoiy nd tt k All SOLH. Aud tile Urt Ot ttKllv-ti. ! to be aucULoaikti ve, Ju'. science end l.ii.torr jr.; tU weis of Uu.g uicu nut Scj . a loj, but build: i !teif uFwH tte worn ol th past, si! gucrwfiig U-atuer teito o. m ghty ttuxiple; the on-h .a.'i ftnd th sn.ooth all finding thir phice, t.id Using, by dxy. In richer and higher pUiuiuJe to liven. Jimkm.