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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - September 2, 1888, Portland, Oregon                               b-v" -L..: has coDtribnted to Tjp- rooro than halt age. oufcotfcwdte of the eaoDgt It recalls other ana pa- of a note recent'oatc, aid in the nteraofy bt people -of 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. STJ5TDAY MOlKNIHia, 2, 1888. 711 PRICE TICK CUNTS. Vonnd re- rt soldier da he had tBis'dnyas rttm went, away too soon for the gopdflt tht, work, and bimselJ, flfn WBCOTEBEB OF DESSIS KKABSEY. was a brilliant Bohemian, who? for nooses, and who pro. world-wide rep- Among tbe.m "Balsfon and'the "Cardiff The strange, and varied, dareerpt poor Ituli end- ed; in San, Francisco in 1880.' He was then employed as a reporter on the Oattfarma and one nigh t-wjute waiting at the office of UIB chief of police for a piece of news, he Was suddenly taken ill arid died during ihe night. In one sense Hofl was the discoverer of Uenms Keurnev, the famous sand lot agi- tator and leader of the stint cvloltu of that place and time. Hull one day hoard Kear- ney, who was then A drayman, haranguing an. the lovee on the Chinese question STOBI OF A, FUE TRADER. PfBSE onr JOSS'S 00 toflB.OOeMb. 1 Double the f rice iAR .SALE! f Bennlnetble JTettoa before the War, afid went to toward the latter'part of the war, 4be service, fUOuf-snd filtte were all dtselples'of the art, TJiiicb is generally associated witn innocent sort, of devil hejs, whose greatest fault is; thAl no carries away on ila fux and bands -f, of {he Courier, before Tjts ________ with the- Journoi, anil whom. I ntwr as feeing nbtonly 4 brillfan t pottt, But possessed of n cbeerlncss of l. so to t which __ it, fcly brdupht tue appearance of a dts- Moses and wrote speeches for him, which Kearney.madclunreelf 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 -vast mob followed .him with the cry, "The and of Kearney in the JEasJ this mob burned luelVclBc Mall Com- pany's 3ocks, mobbed Chinese in 1814. A Tirfllhig ana Bomaatio Adveatora at Tribal (Matting oa the Yakima-A For- tunate Eaoape. Those whe havo read Washington Irving's "Astoria" will remember that when news of war belWeen the United Statas and Greut Britain reached Astoria thb persons in charge- of-the Astor Fur Company, sold oat lo thi Northwest Fur Company, to avoid: cap- tare of that place by the British My story begins 'in 18U, almost throe-quarters of a century ago, soon after the Astor Company Was transferred, and its. chief character is one Alexander Ross, whejBlaa leading man inJtho-new company. Mrr'SKoss had charge of la station on the headwaters of the Colura- 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 milos-of where be quit theriver. AN INBIAH OATHEEIXO PtACK. 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 gambltog.scarp-dairding, laughing flying, horses neighing, chained bears, tied wolves, all Wore grunting and growling. To complete the confusion the was dark. I made: the chiof a preaeEfof the Bmlg speech and began to made more was needed. 'v- SA FB AT LAST. It was after midnight and ,'jfhey traversed in that time miles and .mileSvot streets and alleys, before the chief-gofrJsBoss and his hundred horses together, fflion It was al- most impossible to get amrj'oii account of the jseimg crowd of them. Fiimllyt.be chief nnd a chosen fim- formed a body-guard and fnade 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 henven for tbeir wonderful and so providential escape. When they reached tho Columbia and got to a stream putting intp it west, they found the two iudian 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 tbey mounted and roue over the mountains, spending three "days in them without fireor food They we-ft brave women and the escape of all the coirpany was one of the marvels ot Indian A. 0 THE 1JOJP.GS OF WOIKEN POI.K. Wlilt 1C Costs Olrl to to SECRET OF A PRETTY HAND. folder. He looked at it and be I'Now, look here, Mr. Heron-Allen, I am a plain man and I told yon (bat, to spite of this business of yours, yoii are a gentleman, and shrewd at f. was, of 'course, delighted to this, and doubtless, showed itln the expression of my face. trades us, and of big1 bargains. lunp stiU oersncker Coats left wita plcjt helves arms concealed lit the city and overawed and subdued the Jnob afraid, and pushed on with a young man Of tnatsaad lot crowd none came out named Thomas McKav and two Canadians wita anyWpfe to show for itexcepi Kearney He of thei a nfkr_______ Angeles conrily, when he sudc Tbls'is the time of year wbien ambitions giris in different parts of country are the costs of a college education, Fortuqately for them the scab) of expendi- ture in the colleges open to women has not risen high enough to niakertho most eco> nomicaldaiusol uncomfortable among her JttiotftbatWasBerrenuial soto gneak. snow lor and their Indian In all. YaHma nomical oamsei nncomioriawe among her vroSatSuK haTwhioli looked He fWerlttf tauto a stump-speaking tour valley was a famous gathering place for tie classmates. without ex- baSy wtoppffd 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, monrihan that, tho uia A ftfrttloer l.n _ i. K.IUITO nmninn iifKrt wiv How a Young Lady was Saved from an Unhappy Marriage. of a Clever BOM of an Angry Parent and IU Storeta of the Nitw Yonrc, Aug. the time that I placed myself at- the disposal of any- One who hatl leisure and money to study the science of cbeirosophy, I was often greeted with the question: "But do all these women woo confe to yon believe implicitly every- thing you tell To this query'j replied, then as now Yes; and not only the womeu, bnt ihe men, and this WAS the thing that sur- prised me as much as anything connected with my cheirosophic 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 -whereas, the majority of women came simply to be amused Ihe men came always to a spirit of skeptical inquiry, and from niy conversa- 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 cheirosopby, 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 elsewhere-and tnust''hot break her-vows. Now, when lie comes again, tell him that he is betraying a young and trusting heart, and that lie is laying Tip a store'of misery, -of so- cial infamy for himself, that UnlessTio cuts Htc connection', he is irretriev- ably ruined; in a word, pile it on as Kot as yojn can. Be quioU don't onewer me yet; Uien I'll work it with my girl; sheshallcome USE Fair Maids Vbo Enjoy H in tie Xontk of flsptembfli. Keorentloo at tki BviiMsr Bht PadOlM Owfe Ouw, OfUnr a Toaag 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 steameria mid-river sets the broad float moored off bokthouse at the .foot ol a street In the o and here he gave me a description hundred fifties bobbing and cjutsiring in u appearance graceful o iBmbeitojt object can. A young fellow In white flannel duck knickerbockers and white yacbUngctp "You must tell her the same kind of thing, onlj more say that the man on whom she is -wasting her affection is a blackguard s involv that she is by her thoughtless actions involv- ing a household In rnln and dragging a noble name in the  fr6m these figures. Five hundred dolliin'wonld repre- sent the average yearly expenditure of no email proportion Of i'; students in Eastern schools. Six hundlkd dollars is a liberal and jNDre than luxu- rious. The largest same hardly rise above the president of Harvard deemed comfort and pence of. mind at Boston University, of acbools, has no dormitory stttem, and girl students from a distance eSrelse no small togenulty m housing and feeing themselves without overweening board -Jls. -Four dol- lars week, when of them find it possible to life for, oM4tl for thirty- seven weeks in the city., AH for tut- don for- booksf and Inci- dentals, and a year's schooling is provided Sdme oT the conntry; colleges, while giving be'reconnted a substantial education, treat thepocketboolc violating the confidence of those whom with- great leniency. St. tawreoce UniVer- principally concerns, sity, In the northern part ol New York, for instancy, tutors young women as well as men for ?40 a year, and the ton nspeople 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 collecennaided Is a hard? task, but now and then accom- plished by sturdy jsirl. A nelte, not sturdy, bnt fragile loosing, gradu- ated, from Boston University a few years ago by finding a situation as waitress in a res- taurant, wearing tbe white apron daring the raghnours at morning and nlgh.t and-to vacation season the day through. To save of my fife, yon will leave (his room and never inflict your presence upon me again." I opened- ine door. He ex- postulate, and 1 said: "I nSk It as a favor that-yon Wffl go, for a more audacious prop- ositipu 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 woicb Thsve con- nected with this little 'drama took place on the following day My manager, who came to see me to the morning, said. "By-the-by, called on me yesterday and made an. to see. yon.; she name and she Witts very closely veflBdV eo I gave her a card filled up for 'Mils Blank, 'uid it yon. have {he transcript madoot 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 canoetog couple have forgotten It No, they are coming back- again to take it In. The girl's abonlders and arms are drenched and thare is a water drop running off Up of her nose. Does 'cart? ta Is wearing ji blou-e and mkort skirt of dark blue jersey cloth Witt girdle round her Waist and a wWte cord roaqd tbe felt slouch hat on Tier head. tojt rubber-soled shoes to cbamota teat her. minnteaof sunshine and smooth wiO dry her off- and leave notatraoTof Hte river's kiwes behind. Caret .Itwooldnot the troth of fcas been claimed foi1 it, namely, that in the shapes of the -hands and upon their palms not only are the mefftal 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 ttie expert to cheittMC- phy. Ills, therefore, obvious that juatos the relation existing between doctor and pa- tient would inevitably come to grief if any- thing should arise to ahake the confidence of the patient iq and discretion of the doctor, fcnd' wist as the con- fessional would defeat its own object were anything to stgfSsttothe penitent a possi- bility of fracture of the seal placed upon the lips of the confessor, so the cneirosophist be- comes the hermetically closed repository of many a strange' mystery. The 'Book of my experiences, therefore, wilt never be-written, but now and then there have occarred inci- dents in my experiences which, dealing with variety of persons arid recurring to her." So many people consulted me to this mys- terious manner that I had ceased to look upon such occasions as dramatic episodes, and accordtogly, wben-an appointinent card was presented to me in tbe afternoon, the name "Hiss I did npt.give overboard. froni March u> and know) evwy mood of the .Hudson as ihe knows the law of her mother. Onoa againfbepaddleadip on one side, on tfao other. The canoe il tossing Uke a ship In oUdatrnam. Eat the float is not rffitr nbre ist ol City and Suburb- .and unimproved; good speculative 3o well to call i before Build I" Z. SALE. tk n4 If con. cable nUlroad. t por- H: kjtcbeti, b4th room. tfloor: bed- briCK cellar. Oirra tf nod W1U beaoM very reawn- quire of rOKTLAMB OBEOON 63 Tblrd. MARKET. co., and wrote a page ahoathis visit in the we, and aava'ns or the schools of Europe over to see tte wonder, but one fine e nggiog brrAe and the Silver Inno floaMd; to the surface an exploded J6 had hod Its effect, however, for the a- bouzuifal harvest nhile ave4 properly. Tnz awsKOitt. i another evidence of Faxon's disposl- 1 to help people ont of distress, this fact A clrcria La4 stranded, to Buffalo, lae> to all unrrtt- jTBJr iKduondult I POULTRY A GAMK- ftty 4 i C'ALU Unpaid the Faxon becBmeaeqvtalBttil wKb 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 that--he .-had seen his wife wearing her.tovention four years before the patent was taken out. This the court con- strued to be'public use' witliin the meaning of Ithe'Statnte, .which prescribes that a patent upbn-nn article in -publio nse more' than two years is invalid. The defendants -won, the pateut.became.ptiblic property and the bot- tom of-that gold mine was reached. "Of course, a great jnanrpatentsaretaken 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 muob. Perhaps the pillow sham holder is one of the best paying of the.se. 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 npne, 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 and- 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 tbey pleased before (bat time, so they carelessly said good bye and walked off as usual, bnt when the Indians came to look for them, -towards morning, they could not be found. It was evening when they went away; The YakAnias were very angry when the women could not be found but could not prove that Ross knew of their going. UADE DESPERATE- For three days they had no food and no pest. The Indian camp was alive night and day and somebody Was always guarding tlmiu. 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 af- iairs 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. quently 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 occarred to all of us, whether at Kaishapur 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 evi- dently a man of considerable intelligence, reeled that she should be shown np She was, as he had said- very closely veiled; she was-dressed' uncompromis- ingly to black and trembled in' every limb. I ascribed herdtstarbad condition of mind to ordinary nervousness at something which is strange and-unknown, anjf directed my stenographer, as I alwaygidbofc snohocoag- ions, to take her place immdMtteHr at lady's elbow, aa I have found tnaf the pres- ence another woman often goes -far to al- lay, tha nervousness oxhiblted; by some ol my subjects. The preliminaries having been gone through, I remarked to her: who: 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 dondy'are adjusted, and tucked Inside another Is ccuddinr be- fore Oie.breeze. Mary's captain b dot tucked inside.. Tbe eanofe heela as the belly and, nercbed on the deck -with tow olingtog under the opposite side, beieau well out to windward. Now and wain a- heavy -ware bnrUs Ms abouMers to the water. Mary UuKhs ai the breece sttffer. She U oatd ta Jhe xunoe's ireUa. besides on a rubber air'ouUon WHlcb tmry purpose of a We Bre- server. The-Wind and tbe foam crisp her 1 hands In the water as The white-caps are cnrllne over the whole stretch of the river and canoeists ara coming out to force. Here is a party of foot ongypsytog intent.- They hia and what are they storing ii and under the deck? An 8- of eternity, tfo ring _._ _______ continually before 7OH. But tain, among otlier things, I very eUroogly to put be- fore you, TOU are evidently woman of strong will in spite ot your oighly nerrooB organization. Surely, you, ara strong enough to resist tlua personal infiuBnce VMioJU come Into jour life and which ttueftteaa to play havoc with it. Surely, you cftn foresee that the you are pursuing at mo- montis one which rmn, Abso- lute antLirretrievable; betieye-pae, ihe misery which you would escape from is noihUig to oatmeal and steak cost 20 cents. Ttiey 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. -Once a neighbor sur- dom- 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 whlcb. smells hke coffee. There are two men and two young Women, to tennis blazers-alUoOr, and they are across the tint W eat supper 'vMa'ttSt Palisades. They know how -to skirt'the deserted quarries and fishing jrhoeei are drtpptog to piece, the old powder house and the scatt negroes' hntsj keeping On and np to a pep- petdatsprtog under a hemlock See shelvtaR lAach where- the driftwood fire burns bright There the gtrls 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. rcptitlously 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 missary department, and then they dined royally for days. The food cost them each 35 eents .per aay and npt one of them suffered in health by the experiment. Their expenses for clothing were no-greater 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 froai a day's rec- itations 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, unless-ne took biniseif very strenuously in hand, of landing him into lerriHc trouble. I have been accustomed all these years to being interrupted.with expressions of aston- ishment, I have even known ladies to faint when they found that I did not tell them like the common gypsy, "that in conse- quence of their having been born under the inrluence or the planet Mercury, they would marry a durk man, go abroad, and meet .tfii yourself. During the whole of our interview she maintained a dead silence, and to this mo- ment I have not the vaguest conception who she was or of what ber persona] appearance may have been, but if ever I see tqat exqui- site hand again I should know it among ten thousand. Apart from this the incident-was soon obliterated, onlv about a week after- wards I received the following extraordinary letter: are even cleverer than I jgave you credit for being, and such a histrionic shorter than the others, barely thirteen feet long, and light to proportion; Its-cedar are so thin Out yon could reel the lap of every ripple ifyon 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 tnerifer. Her hands we small shaped and brown. There are mnacles in them and the canoe seems to move' almost without effort, commander] by berwill, Bet1 lent as yours ought not to be lost to the silver hair pins have fallen-out 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 sallorbstlirof scarlet felt, called upon yon the othertiay and made you and -white of her bomting-rtjt a certain proposition, any intention of coin- far over the water as she-beauB her canoe Tip with an accident oh tfio water at'the age of 85." But I havo never seen a more genuine, my wishes; now, stream, the most picturesque object on tfiS dull ostoundiuent, a nearer approach to tbat havedoneBO in every particular. Xtbank Hudson to-day, T A..-------- you for your, action in the matter, tnongh the as possioie. Tney lost all nope and felt only wieir aate uaoE some utne. The terrible despair. Soon after the effort to cook discrepancy between the wages earned by J nieu and women in wood engraving is prc' ably somewhat larger ttmn would be fou something was thwarted, one of the chiefs snatched u knife from the hand of one of the Canadians, who exclaimed: "I'll have my knife, life or death He was so out- raged and so Were all (hat tbey were on the point ol inviting death by some sudden act. The chief raised the knlfo 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 says: "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 fiash'..: I let. go .the pistol and drew instead 41 fancy -mounted- knife, beauti. fully inlaid with mother of jpearl-and silver, and al together 'sucha gaudy thing that an would give a '-Corse to 'secure one. TOO- .-iund 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 fin- 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 wo- 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 -Who1 try engraving is friend, Ts a knife made for a'tihlef 1 That d ttttt they _...... _ ___, if he is honest, that the -diBtinctlTe feature of the supposed in- not a chief's knlre. 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 lan- frightful thing, the terror of a strong man, than f did in the case of this anonvmous 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 thutchnnce might throw me, uupro- fessioiialiy across his patb. and that I might meet him on the footing or friend and fhciid, 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 terminutiou of the "set of eve its" which I am relating that 1 recalled him to my mind and settled upon htm aa the person prin- cipally 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 conver- sation as follows "I havpn't come here tor any of your hand manner in which yoa rccplvea it renders the enclosure of my check for the smoaut whteb I specified to -yo-a a eomp'.eto 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 sug- gestion. I yours obediently, If my pompous visitor ever consults his bank book (which I think is more than prob- it may surprise him to Hud that the check hn.s never been cleared; but very often when in rearranging the few papers con- nected with the science which I nave pre- served, 1 come across his letter and its en- closure. I wonder vaguely for a few mo- ments who that handsome young man with the grave pathetic eyes was, and where he is at the present moment. EDWARD. HERON-ALLEN. fes much astonli TWO. as anyone else, and In a state of he rushed down to Faxon's baf me ruin, filed by-Hie faetery regard Elondin you firms wno bay them, dozans Or nnndreds of them ta year, and the women get ntt though tnis does not appear in the patent office reporta. "Women make many oflbeexcitistvB designs (or carpets, prints, oilplotbs and other fabrics, but the designs led Paxdn, "ean't you wait I rtppoSe tat wonld be no Frehclinian, "but jte rone, ze ar- i. ze expense, zat would be five, bunOred dottare. I haf not zo I hsvo socri Mime tatfcs i about a woman taKine ant patent for shaping which may turn out aomothlng good, but also may hot." Mrs. her Witty lectures used to wondsr why some smart did nojt invent a stove would opok-tne _. _. Jit__. _, ttje but It certainty seems as it iQom in tbe bOMebutd; for woman, tnt Turning mine round and round, he looked to his people and exeiaimed: "Look, my friends, at a chief's knife." Ho was de- ligbtoa. All nJmired the toy. Overjoyed, lady the othi be :harangued tue crowd in our favor. They bad suddenly changed from enemies to friends. .Qthers followed with speeches in our favjor. The pipe ol peaca went I gave tue leuding chiefs eaph a email looking glass and a Uttle vermilion. They presented me with two horses qnd twolve beirers, while tbe women brought as a vari- ety of food, I mada speech in torn, and asked bow I ahpuld explain to A Cheerful Old Xfpntotr. Kew VorkBvealng Star. "Our old .colored.- remerked a dy the other day. "was without exception the most cheerful disposition I ever saw. She was poor and rheumatic and almost but- nothing could depresa her. Her cheerfulness was unbroken, no matter What happened or didn't happen, she was always thankful. 'Yes, I'se got a misery in my baek, she Would say, 'bnt thank tho Lord my hands ij all right and 1 wash Iron.-1 "Ha trial was without its alleviation, but I think I never fiaard even froni Jyera more traordinary cause of thanKsglvirig'thansj! eWalnAione la matter with him. "A man culled to see yon con- tinued he, "and had read; a large, dark man with a stupid expression on bis moment. to call handsome. J raised in.tez- rogatiyely, and ho went on: r is no usedenying Iti I hnpw tbat be came here; now. I worfc it tbot he. shall return to you, ana whri-am, here." 1 a till kept silence, feeling tbat if lift to Ulniself, this old gentlemaa would in the Good Ma.ter, 1 got two ttotb. v PITHU Chlqc (as they stroll by the silvery How bcantifnl 
                            

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