The Itoston Trail ,eript well savs of the phrise: White-handed soil of tod." oeo'trrin ; in 11. -lines' late tribute to Lowell, thai it "is a pr,itive addition addi-tion to our vernacular's stock of happy phrases au enrichment of literature as well as a vivid touch immortalizing a portrait." f! vxkki Eu.-.r.sr . Kkij.v, of New V.e-!.-, who is worth oo.lKHi.'JOO, earned h- av-aL'-e.io lh is country by driving a i .. i . sr i i i i-r ear in his native place, County i yiv.ne." Ireland. , Tiik late Herman Melville was the grandson of a patriotic llostou merchant, mer-chant, who, dignied as one of the ''Indians," ''In-dians," helped sink the tea in the harbor at the lira'.:- oi the famous Boston tea party. Col. L. J.. Df.xxtxo, of New York, enjoys the honor of being the child of parents wa dded by the poet, William C. i'.ryajit, when the latter was a jn-.tice'tjf the peace in a Long Island village. .