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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - September 2, 1888, Portland, Oregon b-v has to rooro than halt age of the It recalls other ana of a note aid in the bt people generation Among these are lino of Henry Faxon and familiarly called is bat If yen want gee oar v BARGAINS toys Sammer Suits j l OREGON 2 1888 711 PRICE TICK CUNTS re- rt soldier da he had went away too soon for the tht work and OF DESSIS was a brilliant Bohemian who? for nooses and who pro world-wide Among Cardiff The strange and varied poor ed in San Francisco in 1880 He was then employed as a reporter on the and one nigh waiting at the office of UIB chief of police for a piece of news he Was suddenly taken ill arid died during night In one sense was the discoverer of the famous sand lot tator and leader of the stint of that place and time Hull one day hoard ney who was then A drayman haranguing an the lovee on the Chinese question OF A FUE TRADER onr 00 1 Double the f rice iAR f before the War went to toward the of the war service were all the art is generally associated witn innocent sort of devil hejs whose greatest fault is thAl no carries away on ila fux and bands of Courier before with anil whom I as feeing 4 t But possessed of n of l so to t which it tue appearance of a Moses and wrote speeches for him which acquainted with and from the end of his dray ho went to dry goods boxes f farther up town and eventually to the sand tote whore a mob followed him with the cry The and of Kearney in the this mob burned Mall Com- mobbed Chinese in 1814 A ana at Tribal Matting oa the For- Those whe havo read Washington Irving's Astoria will remember that when news of war the United Statas and Britain reached Astoria thb persons in Astor Fur Company sold oat lo thi Northwest Fur Company to cap- tare of that place by the British My story begins in almost of a century ago soon after the Astor Company Was transferred and its chief character is one Alexander Ross leading man company had charge of la station on the headwaters of the what is now called iach there he had to three hundred miles almost due east then north to where the river is obstructed then several hundred miles further north by land He carried down to Astoria all the rich furs he bad bought of the Indians or that bis men had caught and was returning early in the fal with boats loaded with all manner of supplies Mr Ross found be WAS short ot pack horses and determined to go Into Yakima valley which lay west one hundred where be quit AN Friendly Indians sent messengers to over- take and worn him that the Yakimas had bad hearts and were hostile but be was not going to every possible direction The con- stant cry was Deliver ttp the horses I There was laughing flying horses neighing chained bears tied wolves all Wore grunting and growling To complete the confusion the was dark I the chiof a the speech and began to made more was needed SA FB AT LAST It was after midnight and traversed in that time miles and streets and alleys before the and his hundred horses together It was most impossible to get account of the crowd of them chief nnd a chosen formed a and a rush of mile after mile on the sage plain before they left the bowling crowd behind Actually freed from them all they long breaths and returned fervent for wonderful and so providential escape When they reached tho Columbia and got to a stream putting intp it west they found the two Baiting there for them with a canoe to ferry them across They had reached there over an hour before their husbands came out of the great Yakima tho dusk of evening they found horses browsing at tho foot of tlie mountains Selecting two that were gentle mounted and roue over the mountains spending three days in them without food They brave women and the escape of all the was one of the marvels ot Indian A 0 THE OF WOIKEN 1C Costs to to SECRET OF A PRETTY HAND folder He looked at it and be look here Mr I am a plain man and I told yon bat to spite of this business of yours are a gentleman and shrewd at f was of course delighted to this and doubtless showed the expression of my face trades us and of bargains Coats left wita helves arms concealed lit the city and overawed and subdued the afraid and pushed on with a young man Of lot crowd none came out named Thomas McKav and two Canadians wita to show for Kearney He of thei a Angeles when he sudc the time of year ambitions giris in different parts of country are the costs of a college education for them the scab of ture in the colleges open to women has not risen high enough to most uncomfortable among her soto snow lor and their Indian In all among her looked He a tour valley was a famous gathering place for tie classmates without ex- baSy by Indian tribes who liVed far aid near A cention the standards of draft to the girl's fa Bante Ana Jxiis sweet bulbous root called comas grows college are simple and that tho uia A i How a Young Lady was Saved from an Unhappy Marriage of a Clever BOM of an Angry Parent and IU of the Aug the time that I placed myself at- the disposal of One who hatl leisure and money to study the science of I was often greeted with the But do all these women woo confe to yon believe implicitly thing you tell To this replied then as now Yes and not only the bnt men and this WAS the thing that prised me as much as anything connected with my experiences My roost serious adherents have always been men and it Is true that more women than men used to interview me on tbe subject but the majority of women came simply to be amused men came always to a spirit of skeptical inquiry and from niy tions with my masculine clients I used as a rule to learn certainly as much as I taught As I made a point ol never talking in but ol always saying what I knew to be the interpretations of the forma of hands presented to me my clients used to believe naturally what their inner consciousness would not allow them to doubt though many ladies declared that I did not go half far enough on the subjects of marriage and similar futurities which ore tho stock to trade of tbe dollar gypsy During the eight years that have elapsed since I took up actively and practically the science of I need hardly say that many strange and Weird incidents have occurred as the immediate outcome of my some mischief together for she is pledged break Now when lie comes again tell him that he is betraying a young and trusting heart and that lie is laying Tip a misery cial infamy for himself that cuts Htc connection he is ably ruined in a word pile it on as Kot as can Be don't me yet Uien I'll work it with my girl USE Fair Maids Enjoy H in tie of Keorentloo at tki Bht a Jtu DOM it Nsw YORK Aug la Saturday after- noon The flodd tide is running taSm an hour The BUD is bright but there U brisk little wind which keeps the Hudson water dancing The swell from a mid-river sets the broad float moored off at the foot ol a street In the o and here he gave me a description hundred fifties bobbing and in u appearance graceful o object can A young fellow In white flannel duck knickerbockers and white You must tell her the same kind of thing more say that the man on whom she is her affection is a blackguard s involv that she is by her thoughtless actions ing a household In and dragging a noble name in the Pile it on as hot as yon also and here is is sliding into the water the prettiest c that floats a Email decked canoe Her pot Hitherto I had maintained silence now I rose and said to my I see that you feel very deeply on this subject more deeply are willing to It is tins combined with your age and good intentions which pre- vents my having thrown yon Ibis bouse The proposition that yon hove made to me Is infamous jn every respect You luce of the paddles lies across bur Wees leans to feathers as her bow goes tinder again and she floats alongside She thwarts or rowlocks bnt cushions are flung into her bottom and on the float lie two long noddles Now then says the young fellow girl steps lightly in teet are on tbe steering yoke tfic front hatch and and my professional integrity I beg that on cushion behind ner p belore I forget myself manner I dies rise and laU hallo the spray should probably seriously regret to the end AITO of innumerable could speak many tongues excellent far ahead of r of them in his day aud to him owed much of in more tractable ceased his abuse of county officials in tbe places ha afterward visited and finally settled ddwn as B professional with a comfortable fortune and ought to build a fine monument to the memory of Chester Hull bis He aan and often made which were full In newspaper work be a humor that has never been and in the broad exaggerative style was not widely appreciated to his Indeed he was of that withal Bnt he signed nothing jome notes of hand which though yet were never much what he has written gave t lame outside personal AmonK closest friends Pat Artenus They have and in Somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty ago Hull little try the village of Cardiff On- N Y and one day an tbe and desired to advertise for sale a small piece of land the land suggested to a purchaser for the he would give the editor a tain percentage ot what If solA tor Shortly afterword Him made a to where he bad a Was a cutter and of a This brother had than in his marble yard a huge statue which be had cut to and with some pride he exhibited the work in literary kinsman The beheld bright He made bb to brothw Tbe great image was boxed ana to Cardiff and secretly interred of land to Sew American S waa B newspaper in Troy and in a tUtt and to in French made some mains or a specimen of a i remarks about American glints r offered him to the enter The owners of tbe maxS however walah at money ne time by speaking owners to and ft ww In the when camas is ripe used to gather there from all directions and went home when the harvest was over with all their horses loaded with sacks of dried camas Toe Indians had a number of such gathering places and while the women dag the camas the men gambled and raced horses and made things lively generally They had met at as for back as their legends could tell was a very famous Mr Boss says he reached Inst towards was astonished to find there a great Indian town out In streets and alloys containing 8000 warriors besides women and A camp to the true Mameluke style presented grand and imposing sight in the wilderness tog more than six miles in every direction Councils hunting racing singing ming yelling ana a thousand other things which I cannot mention were going on The din of men Of women and ing of children trampling of horses and howling of dogs cannot be described We advanced through groups of men and bonds of horses until ve reached the center the chiefs tents admonishing us to pay our re- specta was cool The chiefs Were- hostile and sullen are the kill our relations and cause us to AMONO ady When I began to be professionally fied with the science I laid down for myself two laws as immutable as those of the and Persians Tbe first was never to re- ten minutes alter I had seen it thing about any hand that was to me The second was never to betray to any ner the confidence of such persons as should submit their hands to me professionally or otherwise becomes more and more apparent as one's knowledge of the science advances for at a and tbe savages giving a few yells drove our animals out of sight Without I commenced a trade every 1 bought sight with jeers and yells I but continued the trade while an article remained to barter Two days and food or sleep They -s food and deprived us of tho Boss discovered a plot among tho Indians Out the two noret far the Cheapest es ou tlie T f K be- her to Philadelphia for the debts and it lay there for her the press to such many years where tbe writer frequently that she became saw the stenc j that she laugi to Prance and totea broken fortune about Mroe ber heart was In her PR KK 4 SONS Agents MOVEMENT K It 2 W w aab balance on tiran K Price J 11500 of Oregon In u 9 Creek 8 miles W- r N E f U 8 38 aa ump MM Estate T OK LONO y property r who aa e oa to fl side WEK i twenty-eight years ago to order to labors to lake a pleasant re- place he a Courier tbe ft water deep in not been sound ad d's exchequer from at hta caravansary g always alive to the interests of his a slid anxious to help this one at a scheme to bring Worn obtained tbe ft of the landlord went back to young build a great Hn snake fifty open its monstrous and perform many ie s was anchored in the lake and a manner Wires that from the basement of the dart and from the depths to the surface was 10 good working order n went down to Buffalo and story to the Courier about the rer The result was coon filled with Quests also tho bam the sheds and ary shelter which could be erected came from all directions and camped ores of the lake and repaid by glimpses df the mighty i Horace Went to the place boat had his Oarsmen row Bim of the serpent and he gotten within 40 or SO feet the place the terrible thing Sup with a wild dash and Horace yelled mortal fright lor they did with a great deal Mr then went taw it in as stenc Eventually it was taken from that place to a Missouri town on- tbe Wa- bash one freight de- pot in which the lay was consumed by Bre and the Cardiff Giant was crumbled by the heat and an end as long be- fore had poor Chester Hull and all lib great Witt N Faxon was tbe author of Snow and I it and can W V How One Them tUe on Her I want you to tell me something about I said the other day to W ol New York who knows all about patents There are was the prompt re- sponse I began to think that my chapter on Inventors be oa abort famous one Ireland when Baird his mean that there are absolutely none for of coarse that Is not the cose but as far ao f know no important invention no in Which has industry and altered the conditions of production has been a woman There is story with one of tbo best paying things ever got up by a woman It was a corset arrd she made money out of it for awhile until Imitators began to sp Canadians were to be token from either killed or made slaves all the tribes hod slaves generally taken captive to war Surrounded as they Were on all sides escape easy bat tbe very fact Df their being so many about them aided the plan to escape He told the women to get the mountains Hint bounded the valley on the north to follow tho is sometimes easier than to earn and I have that ran toward the Columbia and there wait mind one group ot four girls two from for them to come taut after a certain time to Boston University and two at tbe Harvard annex who engaged two adjoining rooms in a quiet house in Boston ana boarded selves on an average of IS 70 per week Their rooms cost f5 or 91 25 each They took breakfast at a email restaurant where stad plucky young woman who a working her way through a four years course on short commons of pocket money elevated into something very like a heroine At Vassar College the sum on which a girl can pay her WHs aside from scholarship aid is about Of this amooM Is for tuition and for board and washing A Jn sees such a and can buy har books and stationery and ply herself with the small dear to school girls for the Car fare if sbe home and the urger items of dress are not Deluded essary expenses at Smith and Bryn Mawr do not vary great these figures Five hundred sent the average yearly expenditure of no email proportion Of i students in Eastern schools Six dollars is a liberal and than rious The largest same hardly rise above the president of Harvard deemed comfort and pence of mind at Boston University of has no dormitory and girl students from a distance no small m housing and feeing themselves without overweening board lars week when of them find it possible to life for for seven weeks in the city AH for don for- and dentals and a year's schooling is provided oT the colleges while giving a substantial education treat violating the confidence of those whom great leniency St principally concerns sity In the northern part ol New York for instancy tutors young women as well as men for a year and the ton take them to their hearts and their beet guest chambers for 50 a week Education there still costs substantially what it used to at the older schools in the pioneer days To work one's way through Is a task but now and then by sturdy A not sturdy bnt fragile loosing ated from Boston University a few years ago by finding a situation as waitress in a wearing tbe white apron daring the at morning and vacation season the day through To save of my fife yon will leave his room and never inflict your presence upon me again I ine door He ex- postulate and 1 I nSk It as a favor go for a more audacious has never been made to The memory of ibis visitor like that of so many others was driven in turn from my mind and the next event con- with this little drama took place on the following day My manager who came to see me to the morning said called on me yesterday and made an to see yon she name and she Witts very closely eo I gave her a card filled up for Mils Blank uid it yon have transcript your description slapped fairly to the girl's as tbe dives Into curling wave There is a small black Boat It is a detective camera for river photography The couple have forgotten It No they are coming again to take it In The girl's and arms are drenched and thare is a water drop running off Up of her nose Does ta Is wearing ji and skirt of dark blue jersey cloth Witt girdle round her Waist and a cord tbe felt slouch hat on Tier head rubber-soled shoes to teat her sunshine and smooth wiO dry her and leave Hte river's behind Caret the troth of been claimed it namely that in the shapes of the and upon their palms not only are the capacities and intellectual faculties clearly denoted but even the events of life past present and future are written as if with a pen to indelible characters and may be read like an open book by expert to phy Ills therefore obvious that the relation existing between doctor and tient would inevitably come to grief if thing should arise to the confidence of the patient iq and discretion of the doctor wist as the con- would defeat its own object were anything to penitent a of fracture of the seal placed upon the lips of the confessor so the be- comes the hermetically closed repository of many a strange mystery The Book of my experiences therefore wilt never but now and then there have dents in my experiences which dealing with variety of persons arid recurring to her So many people consulted me to this manner that I had ceased to look upon such occasions as dramatic episodes and card was presented to me in tbe afternoon the name Hiss I did overboard froni March and know mood of the Hudson as knows the law of her mother on one side on other The canoe il tossing Uke a ship In Eat the float is not ist ol City and and unimproved good speculative well to call i before Build I Z SALE tk n4 If con cable t room briCK cellar tf nod very quire of 63 MARKET co and wrote a page visit in the we and or the schools of Europe over to see tte wonder but one fine e and the Silver Inno to the surface an exploded had hod Its effect however for the a- harvest properly Tnz i another evidence of Faxon's 1 to help people ont of distress this fact A stranded to Buffalo to all I POULTRY A 4 i Unpaid the Faxon spring np and she was compelled to bring an infringement suit when the de- fendants broke her patent by putting ber own husband on the stand and compelling him to testify -had seen his wife wearing four years before the patent was taken out This the court con- strued to use the meaning of which prescribes that a patent article in nse more than two years is invalid The defendants the property and the tom gold mine was reached Of course a great out by women for household contrivances of one sort and another as their inventive genius naturally runs in that direction bnt I do not know of any-thing in that line that bas amounted to Perhaps the pillow sham holder is one of the best paying of There is one trouble about inventions which Is calculated to vex and harrow the souls of women and men too They usually when they think they have an idea look for similar machines and finding take it coon by themselves One of the two had a eabe nursing and that made escape more difficult An Indian woman is brought up to understand out door matters is often as competent as a men They could talk English together and not be understood but when they saw their women co they hardly expected to ever see them again They had strolled about where pleased before bat time so they carelessly said good bye and walked off as usual bnt when the Indians came to look for them morning they could not be found It was evening when they went away The were very angry when the women could not be found but could not prove that Ross knew of their going UADE For three days they had no food and no pest The Indian camp was alive night and day and somebody Was always guarding On the fourth day they tried to COOK some meat but the savages stuck their spears to the kettle and bore off the contents This continued so long that Boss and his men became exasperated The torment was constant and fearful they became famished for food and drink and weary Deyond all ex- pression from loss of sleep This state of drove the men at last so desperate that they determined to sell their lives as dearly as possible They lost all hope and felt only Besides having abandoned permanently the practice of the science as a profession I feel myself to a certain extent emancipated and can therefore recount one at least of many strange experiences that will ever re- main salient upop the tablets of my memory has happened to me a gentleman called to have a diagram and a description made of his hands refusing to give his name and address and evidently laboring under some considerable mental excitement His hand told tho old old story which is the same wbich has to all of us whether at or Babylon whether in wind-swept Han Francisco or sultry semi- tropical New Orleans whether ta Yucatan or Southern Italy whether at the Cape of Good Hope or in Labrador and as he was dently a man of considerable intelligence reeled that she should be shown np She was as he had very closely veiled she ingly to black and trembled in every limb I ascribed condition of mind to ordinary nervousness at something which is strange directed my stenographer as I ions to take her place at lady's elbow aa I have found the ence another woman often goes -far to lay tha nervousness by some ol my subjects The preliminaries having been gone through I remarked to has Removed her wedding ring before coming into this room witti a view to testing the accuracy of tbe science Tbe precaution is unnecessary though I do not wonder that with such a marriage as you have marked to your hand you should be glad sometimes to arid adjusted and tucked Inside another Is be- fore Mary's captain b dot tucked inside Tbe eanofe as the belly and on the deck tow under the opposite side well out to windward Now and wain a- heavy -ware bnrUs Ms to the water Mary ai the breece She U ta Jhe besides on a rubber purpose of a We server and tbe foam crisp her 1 hands In the water as The are over the whole stretch of the river and canoeists ara coming out to force Here is a party of foot They hia and what are they storing ii and under the An of eternity tfo ring continually before But tain among things I very to put be- fore you TOU are evidently woman of strong will in spite ot your organization Surely you ara strong enough to resist personal come Into jour life and which to play havoc with it Surely you foresee that the you are pursuing at montis one which rmn lute misery which you would escape from is to oatmeal and steak cost 20 cents ate an apple and a slice of bread for lunch and at they pooled resources spreading napkins on the top of a trunk and feasting on bread and milk or bread and o taste meats a neighbor And there goes e tin pail some sliding cups One girl has her arms toll rotating cars of green com ud the other hands oat a parcel smells hke coffee There are two men and two young Women to tennis and they are across the tint W eat supper Palisades They know how deserted quarries and fishing are to piece the old powder house and the scatt negroes keeping On and np to a under a hemlock See lAach where- the driftwood fire burns bright There the will boll coffee and the men will toast the life an influence ID some respects very good in others very an Immediately consequent journey had brought with it a heart worry of the most serious description inserted six glasses of jelly ia how the influence of that woman ran through the bureau drawer which served as a com- his whole life up to the present moment and department and then they dined royally for days The food cost them each 35 per aay and npt one of them suffered in health by the experiment Their expenses for clothing were in proportion One member of the quartette possessed a single gown a well-worn black cashmere Being invited to a professor's reception one evening she remained away a day's While she sat in cloak and petticoat cleaning and pressing and freshening with ribbons her only apparel At night she en- joyed herself quite us thoroughly as the rest of the company It is a matter requiring explanation why women succeed no better than they do as en- gravers It is not a business into which they have gone recently On the contrary their beginning date back some time The was on the verge took very strenuously in hand of landing him into trouble I have been accustomed all these years to being expressions of ishment I have even known ladies to faint when they found that I did not tell them like the common gypsy that in of their having been born under the or the planet Mercury they would marry a durk man go abroad and meet yourself During the whole of our interview she maintained a dead silence and to this ment I have not the vaguest conception who she was or of what ber appearance may have been but if ever I see site hand again I should know it among ten thousand Apart from this the soon obliterated about a week after- wards I received the following extraordinary are even cleverer than I you credit for being and such a histrionic shorter than the others barely thirteen feet long and light to proportion are so thin Out yon could reel the lap of every ripple were nested to Ha bottom It Is decked fore and aft but it would weigh hardly twenty-five pounds It has only occupant and that one a girl of 18 Her white Garibaldi shirt is turned away from throat that is bronzed by many summer days on Her hands we small shaped and brown There are in them and the canoe seems to move almost without effort by berwill lent as yours ought not to be lost to the silver hair pins have and tho wind stage I confess that 1 did not detect is shaking a mass oj brown curls over net neath the bombast of your manner when I back Her scarlet felt called upon yon the and made you and of her a certain proposition any intention of far over the water as her canoe Tip with an accident oh water age of 85 But I havo never seen a more genuine my wishes now stream the most picturesque object on dull a nearer approach to tbat in every particular Hudson to-day T you for your action in the matter the as Tney lost all nope and felt only wieir aate some utne The terrible despair Soon after the effort to cook discrepancy between the wages earned by J and women in wood engraving is prc ably somewhat larger would be fou something was thwarted one of the chiefs snatched u knife from the hand of one of the Canadians who I'll have my knife life or death He was so out- raged and so Were all hat were on the point ol inviting death by some sudden act The chief raised the to strike and Koss put his hand on his pistol Every one of the white men was bent on vengeance and felt death to be near It was one of those fateful moments when the least action directs the crisis Boss We were desperate an instant more would have seen thQ robber chief dead and our lives the for- feit for the act when v AS CiME To me like a I let go the pistol and drew instead 41 fancy knife beauti fully inlaid with mother of silver and al together sucha gaudy thing that an would give a to secure one in analogous trades ana what is not always tbe case it seems in a majority of instances to be justified One can count on her gers the women who can claim anything that deserves to be called success as era I do not know personally of more than one who can cut a face in a style that would be thoroughly acceptable to a workman There are said to be three or four who rank well as compared with good men The work of women in engraving shows tbe fault from which the work of men etchers is comparatively free There are numbers of women who etch a plate In They drift often into fashion plate engraving which blocks the further advance of an artist The main difficulty no doubt with granted that the way is clear This the women try engraving is friend Ts a knife made for 1 That d ttttt they if he is honest that the feature of the supposed in- not a chief's Give it back to tho man I will give you this and then yon are a cniel indeed Tbe scene would make a picture earn it as mechanical work wnile no success is possible to on engraver who is not more than 8 little of an artist capable of translating a picture into another art frightful thing the terror of a strong man than f did in the case of this consultant of mine He whilst niy stenographer made the transcript of what I had told him and during the interval we conversed on various subjects I found him to be well read a scholar and a gentleman in every sense of the term a keen observer of human nature and gifted with a very pretty artistic taste and though to this day I have not the slightest idea who be was 1 have often wished might throw me across his patb and that I might meet him on the footing or friend and rather than that of doctor and patient Our interview at an end be left me and some ten or a dozen people of every age and size sex and color having consulted me that day niy visitor of tbe morning was crowded out of my mind as tbe bubble at tie base a weir is crowded out and destroyed by those which follow it It was only at the of the set of eve its which I am relating that 1 recalled him to my mind and settled upon aa the person concerned Tho following morning a portly not to say pompous individual whose appearance denoted a certain plethoric respectability waa shown up into my reception room I arose and bowed and he opened sation as follows I come here tor any of your hand manner in which yoa it renders the enclosure of my check for the I specified to a quittance from any obligation on my part In forwarding you this sum as agreed T have only to say that in making up your mind to adopt tbe course which T suggested you might have spared me the insulting assumption of a high moral tone with which you received my gestion I yours obediently If my pompous visitor ever consults his bank book which I think is more than it may surprise him to Hud that the check never been cleared but very often when in rearranging the few papers con- with the science which I nave pre- served 1 come across his letter and its en- closure I wonder vaguely for a few ments who that handsome young man with the grave pathetic eyes was and where he is at the present moment EDWARD fes much TWO as anyone else and In a state of he rushed down to Faxon's baf me ruin filed regard you firms wno bay them Or of them ta year and the women get ntt though tnis does not appear in the patent office reporta Women make many designs or carpets prints and other fabrics but the designs led you wait I tat wonld be no but jte rone ze ar- i ze expense zat would be five dottare I haf not zo I socri Mime i about a woman taKine ant patent for shaping which may turn out good but also may hot Mrs her Witty lectures used to why some smart did invent a stove would but It certainty seems as it in tbe for woman tnt Turning mine round and round he looked to his people and Look my friends at a chief's knife Ho was de- All the toy Overjoyed lady the be tue crowd in our favor They bad suddenly changed from enemies to friends followed with speeches in our The pipe ol went I gave tue leuding chiefs eaph a email looking glass and a Uttle vermilion They presented me with two horses qnd while tbe women brought as a ety of food I mada speech in torn and asked bow I explain to A Cheerful Old Kew Star Our old a dy the other day was without exception the most cheerful disposition I ever saw She was poor and rheumatic and almost nothing could her Her cheerfulness was unbroken no matter What happened or didn't happen she was always thankful Yes got a misery in my baek she Would say bnt thank tho Lord my hands ij all right and 1 wash Ha trial was without its alleviation but I think I never even froni more cause of la matter with him A man culled to see yon con- he and had read a large dark man with a stupid expression on bis moment to call handsome J raised and ho went r is no Iti I tbat be came here now I it he shall return to you ana here 1 a till kept silence feeling tbat if lift to this old would in the Good 1 got two v as they stroll by the silvery How moon am like a big slice ob Child looking at ugly made man mamma 7 God my dear Did God make him Yea dear A marked pause and I God he got him seem to again this season the speculators are bearing the lators the 1 what ore the trees Texas He was traveling What town The son is behind the and thn saucy is it The canoes move one by one down come heir sails The long flash in and out of the water and as eaoU tandem draws alongside float the sailor girl steps ashore and pulls an armful of goldenrod and cardinal flowers from the cockpit She steps ashore ahead of ber Lid mind you for it is canoeing that to should remain seated to hold tie rolling little boat steady for her debarkation The canoeing girls are coming to bat another Get oE canoeists who are not sailor are just ready Ret under nay The water is at under moon It w ill be as level Now is the bour when all manner of pretty nothings and their speak with freedom on This dainty water nymph docs not Jump The skipper ol the stands at the bow hero is a hand at the stern to hold oil steady until she has settled her Cautiously in the then the other With one hand on the float she sinks OH the Cushion timorously it aht feared to find herself In toe water She won't use a paddle aha doesn't know how and she ia not bent The faced forward This one's cushion and down escort very happy and so ia be the S- v-p UP and down under the stars ew York fi not In WUb canoeing at your very doora There great many women yet initiated in of toe lint bnt are more where mot gi his private
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