Edison is worth $150,000. 1 Mr. Teunyson, poet, is rich. Bonner owns 151 valuable horses. . Cardinal-elect Newman is very feeble. ( Alexander I., of Bulgaria, is 22 years 1 oíd i Mr. Bancror't's health is not I ng. Mark Twain is writing a book in Paris. Minister White leaves for Berlin ;o-day James Russell Lowell is about 60 years of age. Lorillard made $300,000 by the winnings of Parole. Barnum has actually sent to África for a couple of native Zulus. Queen Victoria's Italian jouniey has ïiven her a new lease of life. Dan Rice is really, and not advertisingly, dangerously sick in Texas. A nephew of the poet Keats, and bearing his name, is a civil engineer in Missouri Moody, the revivalist, is in Boston. He got $6,030 for his Baltimore engagement. The Rothchilds. of Vienna, keep Iheir carriage. It is a magnificent Pullman palace coach. Oongressman Burrows will deliver the oration on decoration day at Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry Ward Beacher lectured to a 3,000 people audience at Cincinnati Saturday night. The late Bayard Taylor had travelled in Lapland when the thermometer was 45 degrees below zero. Charlss II. Pulham, for niany yeatw city editor of the New York Times, died Tuesday afternoon. Senor Castlar goes to London this month to receive from Oxford University the degree of Doctor of Laws. Carlyle says each man carries under lus hat a "private theatre," where a great drama is at all times being acted. Miss Hosmer, the American tress, nas been an naDitue ot uome for over twenty years, and it is still her home. Prosessor Woodruff, on Saturday, the day of sailing, abandoned his scientific expedition around the world because of inadequate support. Bulver Lytton trembled in every limb when he saw a cat, why he could not teil. It was not trom fear, for he had no such sensation.