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Newport Journal (Newspaper) - June 12, 1869, Newport, Rhode Island NEWPOET The Newport Journal IS ruill.lSHKI) KVKHi hATUHDAV BV DAVIS A- riTillAN, AI n cu niton STK SHUTOUT, IL I a In .iilvnuec. Inserted al 31.00 acquire rlM suiltoclrf. for cit'li fulMCtiueijl ln.-er- HOJI. Kpcilil inHilc ivitli joirly advcr- IffL'fM Aiid Hliy cjiaev. Ten Iked or NongMircll nuke u rouat bo for 111 ad- vaui'e.- iho Jerusalem llie Golden, 1 languish for one gleam Of all Iby glory In distance unit iu dream My thoughts like palm.s in c.vilo, Climb up to look nod pray For a glmpsc ol that dear country That lies so IHiriway. Jerusalem the (joldcn, When sunset's In the wcsl, It seems Ibe gale of glory, Tlioii city of Hie blesl I Thou city of the blcsl I And midnight's siarry torches, Through iiilcrmedintc gloom, And waving wiln iheir welcome To thy eternal lioiue. Jerusalem Hie golden I Whcic lonily they King, O'er pain aud sorrow oldeu Forever triumphing I. Ijowly may be.tliy portal, And dark may bo (he door The Mansion is immortnl I God's palace for his poor. Jerusalem ILe Golden I Tlicru nil our tilnU that Our llowcis hut half unlolden, Our p'enrls ihnt turned to And all the pjael life music, Kow licanl no longer here, Shall come ugoiu to greet us, As wo are drawing near. Jeimalcm ihc golden, I toil on day by day ileail-sorc cacL night with longing, I stretch my hand and pray Tbat, midst thy leaves cHimling, Jly soul shall Imd he: uest, Whei-e the wicked cease from lioub- ling. Tbo weary arc nl rest. 0 mosi fiuililcss milre', franed fib'oi studying pattern Of Miss Oay and glance J cars welled up from dura bnl she ivas loo prouel lo win ion me very fired, I nn, sure sonicm all, but we shall ba aileneleel lo form.' Cara looked ber iliants to the spent er-n girl very plulnly of, sweet winsomecoiinlenauee, who lier chair nearer, asked her sonic lih'ia lion. OTUlln llw Inslilu Clara felt more si cos. I, W1KI, rally vivacious and Intelliirenl Irll'lula 1.1.. .1 ;f, Olid, lie! II Lull] fnnn made r, who invileel one she bad worn all llie mate said '.Miss Clinton, 1 beg friends willi ibe kind her lo become her room-male Tlio'fclmol twin soon commenced, and here was lit Do time for Clara lo think of her homely gai-inema. Jjllt mine round and she look anollicr calico oxaeily like Ihe week, her room. .vollr I'areion, bul something else elo teller to-day The young Indies usually dress a good deal here, especially the first Baubatli of appear- mg, amll amafiaiilyou will not tir.il it plea.'ant to be EO iilainly atliied.' 1'oor Clara bluslicd, but she was a brave heatleel gnl, sml the good sense to know that deception coulel nvail her noth- ing. Ko she Fiiiii, frankly Thelmlh is, I have but Ilircc dresses in Ihc world ami these are exactly nlike.' Miss ilearant look at her a moment if she thought she must be quiyzin-- bin per ccivingtho blushes and confusion of her room-male, burst mil I 'H'ny Ulnra Il is so comical! 'You must excuse me, dear, if I uo lan-h a lillle How does u happen you dress so plainly Well, my faiheris very odd in some- CAI.IOO Altbougb il may be a very pleasant thing lo see one's own name in prim, it is not al lownble lo print names, especially when writing out n true slory. For Una reason we will have recourse lo fictions ndclrcsses, and introduce our young lady acquaintance as Miss Clara Clinton, and her lather as Judge Clinlou ofClinlonvillc. Iliat is Ihe. called tliu Judge "lue odelest man that ever lived." Jfoddily eonsisis of having away of his own, Judge Clinton was a very odd man. lie would insist upon living iu n liiile brown old fashioned bouse, without carpels upon the floors and what was more vexations, be would not allow a sofa, or lo'inge, or rocking cliair inside Ilic four brown walls. As be had an idea (bat llie whole country was going to rack ind ruin, because the 1 men wort broadcloth and tho women wore be declared lie would wear homespuu long as be lived, and bis women folks Bhould be restricted to calico. As we have nothing lo do wilh Mrs. Judge ClhUnn, wo will not allude lo Ihe beany vexation willi which she carried nut the whimsical old Judge's domestic rela- tions. As she could do nothing wiser Ilian lo gulp down her chagrin, she did gulp it down, and, womanlike, prclendert lo be- lieve wilh her husband, lhai ihey could re- form Ihc world by making themselves con- spicuously mean and iincomfoitable. Jiulge Clinton' was slill in iudigo-colored homespun, and Mrs. Judges Clinton in nine- penny calico, when Hiss Ciara Clinlon, hav- ing reached the. age of eighteen, nnd having a will of her own (which her mother was careful lo tell everybody tho child inherited from her announced her desire and determination to go lo n boarding school, Tbe Judge himself bnd been n poor toy. self-educated Ibrough bis own exertions! Ilo was a proof ofbis humble birll, and the difficulties he had overcome 05 Brundeiy. Uc had read Virgil by Ihe aid of a pine knot, and Greek by Ihc aid of a penny candle, nnd solved the problems of Euclid by moon light. He respected bul ODO desire In Ilic world, and that was a thirst for So when Miss Clara proiesled that the must and could and would go lo a boarding school, Juelfje: Clinlon cheerfully acquiesced and ex. prtsscd himself ready lo "casb over." .No sooner was Ibis interesting subjccl broached, however, than, to Miss CIsra's surprise, her father selected the most expen- sive, thorough And aristocnuic iusttlulion in the country, paid the yearly expanses in ad- vance, and senl her at once lo complelc her education, with Ircenly-five cemr for spend- ing money, and Ilircc Calico gowus for her wardrobe I It wf-s bad enough, Miss Clara said, sob- bing all the while us if her beautiful eyes had really been liquid founimns, lo bo obliged to dress in calico bul have. Ihrcc calico gowns all alike, from the eclf-famc piece, so that her companions would think she had but one, ihul was "ihc hardest to bear of all." Hul Ihe old Judge was incorrigible, lit saved shillings and sixpence by having Ihem all alike and be was satisfied if his daughter was nol. ItiVnS a bright, cie.ir May morning, when Hiss Clara bade adieu to Ihe ugly brown hon.cslcad, and her mother who wiped her tears on her calico apron, anel the sheep Ibal bore Iho fleeces from which her futher's homespun was made. She loved everything about the dun dwelling now that she looked back upon it from ihc tilings, nnd His his will that we shnll all dress in prints.' Miss I'leusanl wcnl tei llie closet, nt Ihia dear Clam. Do, Hunk but 1 shall love you Justus well calico, but many of the girls won't, and yo are so sensitive ynn will lie wounded can well do without ibis dress the who term, and no one will know bul il is yours Chiiu besilaleil. She had always desire a silk dress. She Imd been thinking all 11 morning of the ridicule ol ber sciioolmato bhoutd she nccept this offered kindness Or would il be heller lo wear her ow clothes and appear a? she really was bhc did not hesitate long but pullin her arms around Miss I'leus.-ml's neck her with ircmhling lips, then said, in ;i eiuic Irrni way 'Thank you, tiiank you a thousand limes II does not seem best. My lather won! not approve il, nor do I. if yon love in that is enough.1 itMiss Pleasant palled Ciarn'scheck cciitlv murmuring .-'You arc nghl, Clara and you are hand comer in your eabco then inc richest e Ilicm all in Iheir silks mid h'nciy. Nothing more was said. The two sir went down In Ihe nssembly room wlieu 'th bell rang, and found the people standing in groups, wailing Hie appearance of the ni-siti uni teacher lo lead them to church. 'Look, will you I1 whispered. Mi-s Gay 1 the Miss licit lo ber, 'if lhat f irl isn't to'church in Umt old calico.' Miss Plcasanl frowned, but Clara smiled She bad cenquered her pride that uiorniiiL on ber bad resolved not lo b7 made unhappy by what sbo could not help, 'I he asa-slant entered Hit! snme room will a rustle, and n trail befitting bnr station She lookc.1 Iho young ladies over willi t sweeping glance, and peremptorily orderee Miss Clara Clinton lo ber inom. Miss Pleasant whispered a word in thai lo c'll'e-c-l, anel she wonid ndtuTl lioUiing Him iKirmony. Miss (Jlimun'B enlico gown wns vetoed al once-. "It would do vciy well, pcibnps, lor Mr. ennei's puny, but it was not profi- er for nn e.ximinn'.ion." Bo ,lndge Cltol.'ii receivc.1 a veiy polite note: Irom lhat for midablc laely, leqiiesling him In frigid nnd unmistakable; leims to "allow his daughter white mull." I1' Ihe principal had designed lo make Judge Clinton ibe hr-ppiesl eif men, which she didn lo teueler n forever out of Miss tibia's fiowcr lo wenr while mull, she could not moie clli-cl unity liavo accomplish- Pel licr purpose than in writing him the note JiidgcCliii....., Of cjJinlonville, declared Uall.cwss not to be dictated to by any J.c; and precisely because) it would oblige her to have Clara dressed in white, il would nUobligc him to have ber elo His mllier impolieo reply was: "He ;o Kliool to stiiely books, A MMI.U.I: many years the rnerc.iulilc com- munity were nmioyrd by an immense nmounl of spurious paper mosl doMiejus- y put in circutatiein. Checks weie prc fcnlcd nt the principal banks signed by U firms nfproralneiit linuses, anil money Hie aggregate Mnnuntmg to iitaily lift sent bis not dress, it she wanted bis" iiaugliteTTo wear white, she was nt libcily to provide lhat garment for her. For bis parl, lio did not know n-lmt right Icacbers had to decide what color orgoods Ibeir pupile should wenr If she wn? no! willing his daughter should appear in print slic was at liberty to fay Eo be would lemovc her nt once from the' school." Tliu principal, as may be supposed, was is indignant as n principal could well be -iut what would Ibe Vennets saj-, :md wcnl Ihy persons whom Ihey would inlluence, If Miss Claia was banished for wearing adrc'S icy bael condescended to honor. Clam was the best writer, the cst singer, the best dialogue maker of Ilic vbolc school. She was necessary lo Ilic Jiilhancy of Ihc anniversary. The principal decided lo adopt the juice's uggcstion, nnd piovieltii ibe oultii at ler wn expense, iiul nn wiener was elc- upon, limn the judsrc liy rJ_ TOSS, pnilcsiirig Hint bis" daughter thousand dollars oblnlued upon Ihem. peculiar circnnisinnces of the case difc'osi tl-c fuel that Ibe forger resided in Ihe citj and for months we tvtre on ilic qni tire I doled Ihe ciiinliiiil. Every new fnce, cry stranger, occupation and puren wcie no! thoroughly understood, were sol) Jcclcd to a most rigid scrutiny. Still w were at faun. Jt is not dinicult lo find on the perfou who is nol guilty of mi offense Ihe is to discover who 15. Am tlms our srarch went on. Jiaflled in look nuol on licr. n side from tti lady's car. Miss Clara was recallcel, am: TCIJ tlic procession fell inlo line. It vexations that all Ilio gentlemen tbcslyoun" Indies passed seemed lo look only nt In" calico It was so very ode! lo see a young lady going lo church in prim. From llie dress llicy looked inlo Ibo face such a prelly face as it loo -so brighl, all thinking of Ihc oddity of (he atlire, mid wondering who llie young lady conlel be. It was not -Inn.- before Clara became known ns the young lady in calico. Old Mr. Ihe wealthiest and most influ- enlial gcullcmnn of the town, having bad his alicnlion directed to ber peculiar dress made the discovery tliat her falher had been a dear and iulimalo friend in collcee. He was sclf-madu himself, and be and Juiln, Clinlon bad walked band lo glove in llinrny ways of povcrlj. Mr. Venuel, at the first opportunity "cm a carriage lo bring Miss Clara lo dine wilb his fkinlly, and lold her many of which Judge Ciinlon was the hero, and'was evidently very proud of bis prelly drumhler Afterward he, from time to lime cent bouqucls fr.m bis rare nuil such abundance of frail, besides takin" her lo ride will- family, that Ihc most csclusivc yo'iug laelies of Ihc Inslilutc were almost ,n n state of envy. Finally, as if to dnvc llie young ladies to distraction, llie enncls gave n party, lo wlilcli Ihe influential ami weallliiesl families of Ibe country wercalonoinvilcd. Kven Ihc I'rin. cipal of the instilutewns ovcrlookcel. To Ibis rcccfilion Miss Clma was borne in her calico dress by liveried servanls. Ole Jlr. was so firoud of her pluck, and so eleligbte.1 lhat she did nol npncar in tulle and silks, lhat he dcvoUel himself to her mueb of Ihc evening, introducing her to liis friends wilh ninny Ihtllcrine of admiration. Hiie was finally laken to flipper by Mr. Vcnncl, who evidently thought more of her cheerful, scn-iblc con- venation, 11 an of all Ibcfalins, laces, pearls and Linmonels in the drawing-room. As in.glit be cjpcclcd, M.S., clinic from Ibal evening was quite a belle. No one could slight young lady to whom the Yen- ncls bsd been to attentive. Uesiele Iherc something quite novel inhaving'abcaa- CMCh Bnl soon'the novelty of Wlir> .J IliUI R''en laiber, nnd wore calico because she was not poor, Tbe young ol u'tar lehitc at oil, he j-oimnj: m person lo see that she didn't vio- late bis command. The icsult of it the Judge carried Ins IKJIIII, nnd Clara was (lie odel bird in Ire whole fleck of while pigeons. Among ail Ilic queens of" the Kwiss anil mull, Ibe rustic belle was the olserved ol observers. She was really Ibe handsomer merriest, nuel most fpaililiog creature iu the provoking to Ihc principal, them sat Judge Clinton in his suit c! home-spun, by thes-eiuof old Mr. Yen. r.et.upontheplnifonn, availing himself of every impniiuniiy to tell the whole slory conncelcel with tlie calico garments, and urning Ihe confused Icscher to ridicule. Al bust it came lo Ilic distribution of prizes and Ibat for exemplary conelucl and correct iccitalions was nwatde'd lo Miss Clara Clin- ton. ruoui. And what was rad If Judge Clinlon did nnt mnko a speech on that occasion, irw.is because Mr. Vcn- :el diil. As llie: address was fully reported at Iho lime ofila delivery, we will not rc- lioit il here, but simply "refer lo Hint pait of t winch relnlca to our heroine 'lam said Mr. Venuel, Ibat ibis iro.o has fnlicn in tho daughter of my rieiid, Judge Clinton of Clinlonvillc. She: a worthy daughter ofa worthy siie. Hbe nay well lie proirel to have received Ibis token ofber leacbcr's approbation, for she ns -.von ii under ficculiar.aud dying circum luntes. Young ladies, do not forget lh-c lioucli you aio beaulif.il when adorned me mure nllnictive, nitre iiilellecutal' uoreEelf-rcliaiil, while you remain satisfied vilb what 1'rovidenco lias placed at your disposal.' reward, which was nmplcour prhle was in [crested in delecling Iho person who betoro our such open One day I saw a laely paying for n bill 0 goods with n check, llelbre she unit time, to k-ave Ilic store I obtained a look at ihe, paper, and was satisfied it was not genuine Still I was nol certain. The lady was Jeep. Iy veiled, anel I wns subjccleel to ihe nlier- na'.ivc of following her. This I did ami traced her home. It wns n beautiful litile collage, wilh i large yard and garden. Taste and culture Imd fashiond ihc graveled walks and twined the dense ami beautiful loliagc iuto parter- ras, ns curious as novel and pretty. Vices crept oircr (be poilico and tailed aloii" the net work of the gallery. Tbe whilef and Ilic icel hollyhock bloomed al the ?nie, rnel Ilic mnrgin of the walks was bcdiied with violets, anel svvcel seemed verbena. The perfume of orange blossoms mingled wilh Ihc odor of the rose, anel the senses ivere delighted willi iho evident beauty that ncr- vadcrl llie place. I hastened baek lo [be place where Ihe check was passad, nnd it hncl already been ascertained that it wns forged. We bnd now obtained a 'if carefully pur- sued, we were satisfied would lead to the de- tection of the criminal. We wdited until it was then TllE J10ST lt OX HEC- mbus of the ber condition overcame her grief, and she forgot all pclly vexations in the new scenes and elranfce. people arouad her. Vcrj weary and Iravcl-soilcd she alighted at Ihc end of her journey, nnd wns shown into the reception room wlieTC were sealed several slylish young ladies, evidently new- ly arrived pupils like licrvelf. Tl.cre was Miss June, with her cxquisiie- Iv fitting giey travelling drcss, who look-sl her over wilh a quizzical Icok in her d.irk eyes ar.d .Miss Clara felt sure that the pe- culiar Smile that IiagereJ upon lliosc sarcm- lie lips nwcel ils f.visicncc to Ibe fad lhai slio wore "calico! Blushing to her very temples poor Clara looked away only lo encounter Iho gozo of }iiS3 Oay, who, reclining upon Ihc sofa in e her, because they bnd nothing lo bo jealous of; the old ladies patroisizcel her as an ex- ample for Iheir daughters Iho young men her lor her prelly ways, independ- ence of character and ready wil nnd Ilic old men pul Iheir thumbs inlo Ilic arms of their vests, and gravely announced that 'she wasqmte an original and exemplary yniine ady, ami they wished Ibcro were more like ber. Indeed, the only woneier was that .ludge Clinton's calico elrc.sses elid nol prove bis da.ijhtcr's ruin. The long school session wns to close will, a public examination, upon which occasion all thu oung ladies were required lo wear wmte, willi Mtlo tashw, and n rosclloiipon' the left sliouldcr. The in-iocipal bail an oy0 1 22d insl.. says Yesterday wu heard of and read parl of he most singular will on record. The naker of the will is represented lo be a lircwcl successful business ion, wuo ccumuhitcd quite n iargc fortune. He cx- ibils no oilier signs of insanity Iban may c dcrivexi from llic extreme ecccnlricily of is will, although it is prob.iblt tlie courls in due course, be called to determine 10 whcibcr Ihe Icslnlor was of omul and disposing mind. The will disinherits al! Ihc nnltiral heirs f Ihe maker of it, and clevises the entire Hopcrly in trust for Ibe establishment of n Infirmary for Cats. A most elaborate rcbileclural plan for the necessary build- igs is attached lo nnd midopiui of ihc It provides areas for that sweet amo- iry convcise so dear lo the feline hcarl nl rat holes of the most ravishing nature o be kepi well slocked. The most inge- loiis conltirancrs arc provided for sccnr. ig lo Ihe rat a chance of escape, so lhat ic cals may not loso Hie pleasures of Ihe lase by finding their prey come loo easily igh walls arc lo be built with geotlc slo. ng roofs for the moorilinlit promcnndc nd inner nociiirnal amusements of the cats Incmislrcs nre dir.-clcd lo select the lorlhis novel infirmarv in Ihe ipuloiis part of some Amcr.can cily and ic devisees arc lo be by n corn- clem feme of nurses from Ihc ravages of en nnd tte.gs. No persons of Iho male x is ever lo be admitted within Iho wall? nd no female who lias children or is >m- r tlnrly years old. There me hundreds minute directions which we have no time note. One would suppose lhat in Ibo fcireroirr ovisions the Icslator bus exhausted all the cccnuiciliesofonem.in, however unlriuc snntmc; lint Hie Insl provision of ill fcems more coiirgcously bizarre limn nny lhal go before, Saya Ihe devisor- "I have all my life been laugM to believe lhai evcryllnng in and abr.ul man WM intcnelwl lo be usifid, thai ii man's duty as lo protect all the lesser cs, cvcnns prolccti and wslehes over liim. For Ihcsc iwn crjmbinol reasons that my Iwdy, even after death cnnlinuctobeinidtt iiicfnl; and secondly lhat it may lie made insliumcnlal, is IHis-ilile, in fuinishingafuhstiuilc for the protteiion of the bodies of my dear friend? ihecals-I do l.ercby devise and bcquenth ibe intestines of my body lo bo made into fuMlc-slrinKs, the proceeds to bo devotee! lo Ibo purchase of an nccoreteon, which Mini! bo pi yed in the nndilornm of Hie Cat In Jirmary by one ol the regular to be selected Iliat purpose Ihc playing lo be kepi forever aud cvcr.wilhout ccraillon elay or night, in order lhat the may have the privilege of always hcsr- mg and enjoying ibai inahumcnl, wbicli is in approach lo their nniurnl voice.1 determined Iliat I should visit her alone I eliil FO and found the laely sealed in n plcsaut litile out on aminiatnrchwn. 'I'lio room was e.xqmslely furnished, anel breathed an air of cvii'.ent refinement. It was filled up as a plasant lounging ptnee, bnll library, half music room. Beautiful jialniiugs hung ftom Iho walls, aod in recess was an elegant piano. .Near it wa a siaiulo ol (joddesa .Mnemosyne, an opposite lo it siond a marble crealiein lliu dance-loving Terpsichore, anil fr the centre of the richly carved writing dcs rose a beautiful rolhyinma, wilb licr fing. piesslug Ilic witli song. Cases filled willi t-ooks'.and vases of Ara bnsque gold, tilled niili flowers, wcr scattered tlinuigu the room. The lady re clincd in an cliair, and received tli annoilncrmentof my ii.lmu wilh cvidcr emliarrassment. Still slic received me great aud inquired 'to what cir emus laiices she was lo alliibutc my bii'; ness.' 'I do not know, madam, what Mint ja t you, as yet hut may I inquire if you husband is in I 'I am a widow, sir. 1800. I be Kin savs "HeMofore, ,dl difflrc-nl Asiatics which have cniigraud lo alifoiiiKi, le.ieetby Ibe foM fields ai-rt tr. yh puces of hibe.r, u, Irn come, expect in a few instance's as vNior, urielngces. Tbe law of the Kmpire in ie ganl lo going abroad has been more sirin k'nil, and Iliu penplo ihcmstlvc-s r.iv, posiiinn, inoieiliorou-li- y msuli.1- limn Chinese, who liavecnnc here in sneli nuinlrtrs lo work and Irade- for years together, tb.it ihey now cu'i- iieaily onc-ciglub of our population" there me indications lalleily whicli 40. liui as sr-nictliing 'acme Mail bteamcrs began to rim be- tween feau 1-raneisco anil Yokohama nnnv of lhai peculiar people bavc visited our city, a id a few have remained here to study and Ihc relations between California 1 I ----------p" "'-l-M VillUUIIilll and Japan have been friendly and mulual- y profitable. Our resources mil institutions have been i upon, and Ihe climatc, soil samintil and evenis ol ihc civil wi niu .tciciminedsonieol' the de-feated i short lMStfor "Ilcrr Hchncss, a Prussian, who has ro- nleel m Japan for a number of vc'rs b-s ately arrived here, aecompanicd'hy Ilircc apanesc lamilies, who iircsiiiil In lie ij.e of forty families on ihe w-'i- o'Ins port, nnd of a ncccfs-on erf Jgilty Ifatljl.lf? c, 'ilmnl our hundred llerrVlLl was Itaebed to ibe service mid fortunes of ihe ortbcrn Uairuion in ibeir he Mikado, and Ihc defeat of his friends as induced many ot Ibem lo look lo C-ili- Jriiia as a refuge. They nre all freemen, nlclligcnt and anel mean lo i pinciical industries on a systematic plan hey a--c mostly silk cultivaiors and mann- aclurers, iliciigh some arc lea hey are informed of Iho adaptability of ur son and climate lo their tavoiilo pro- ucl and bring wilb Ibcm, according lo fifey Iliousami white mulberry three ycnrs old a large number of amboo plains; fiye hundred vegetable a.x trees, four leet biirli and Ilircc vcars el nnd six million-, of the nuts or the lea plan'. They propose, unde'r tlie rectum ol Jlerr Sclinc-11, to buy a bi-e act ot government hul in the footbi "'i-ty. ,1 LXhibiKd llioir niii-lls from lo Ibu morccnlirciy ami vc-iy anas when n.e Kiown' tnsicd oj it ibcy would see :1 The Cl-ev- eniie was libe'r.il be would give so niiit-h a robe (holding up ihc bolile; and mark- i'g wilh the llnnnb sunielbins like half a-i whisky.) "Ilm seeing thai the 'Ji'yon baven'i :iny mo-i- y.youmuHk.vethc iviiii g.cal ounccmeuls of Iho number of line robes vliifli they possessed. This second smoke quickly and ibe Cheyenne ex- limed Ihe firu-water.'maikii-. us before by Ibe location of the thumb on 'Mile. A general exclamation uwed-ibe position oftlic llminb wtslo lie Kiowa s eyes so very much hialier the bottle. Unt Chcvcnnc hnl no comiori' iie A shrewd ffisne, yet it is evident ihnt the iraet-r loat the bane! cor.uineil the fan" amount as bcli.rc. Ji is tl for it heller lor them ir i It i.. morally t Led uM who was Hie loser I certain ILat r llm'. was A Inch they and lea c you hive a busiuc.-s ayeut.' 'No, sir I live alone on a small an: 'Indeed I muily The lady who bail a spark In her eye, lias kindled a match without irnulilc. 'Tliiftf nnifti enliven as Iho gentle- man said on receiving a rcniiiiaucc, is true sir bul yen will pardon if I inquire the purport of these questions 1 I irjoined, Ihcre isnodoub some misiakcnbout it, but thn draft voi gnveycslcrday to Messrs. II. Co is i lone, was indignant, and Ilic f.icc was white n leiror rallic-r thai passion. isnsl mwlam here is thu pnper.nnd I look from my pocket the check anel showed il lo her. Whsl is Ihe purport of all Iliis J1 'To inquire from whence von oblainee il.' 'That I cannot tell yon sir.' "I trusl, madam, you will reconsije: your last rcmaik, for ollierwise It will bi my duly to mien you as the criminal.' 'And you will do Ibis I' 'It would bc.niy duty.' Her eyes lost on the inslanl their eager lonk nnd stie lurneel asielc bcrbead. I could perceive from the workings ol her counle- nanco Hint she was thinking dly. first of terror then' of de- icrmiiiAlinn, nnd then of eclrealy, chased themselves over her face with Ih'j rapieliiy tof Ibought. It was a grand in intellect of no com- mon order. 1 could nol believe she wns guilty. I die] she turned lo me wti'l, tho wonts: 'Take me to jail. I alone am guiliy 1' 'Bnl, mail am, relied you nro condemn- ing know it--.lend me say to you am guilty.' It may seem strange lo you, onl even despite her I could not believe Ibis stiargely beniilifnl laely wns m earnesl. There was lo my mind n gre.it wrong some- where tlie lady was sacrificing herself lo save some one else. Slill 1 had no allcrna- tivc but to lake her into custody. I placed her, however, in the charge of an ofticcr, nnd stilt left her in her own house. While I was gone lo the city, bnl a few she conlrivcd lo send a note It reached the person il was meant for-an hour sftrr- wnrds Ibe Inely was dead. She had per- ishcel by her own hand, from shame anel broken hear I. Years afterward we ascctlaiccd lli.it Ihc real cnlprit ,VM her son I She bid con- fessed sin thM she never commiltcd, lo give him an opportunity of escape, THK SotTiir.nx COMMERCIAL COSVEXTIOX. the mollocs disptnycel on Ihc walls of llie old Hall of lieprcscnt.Mivcs at New Orleans during tho recent Commer- cial Convention were the following South e.xlends lothc Northwest a cordial welcome." West and the Sovilb join bands." "Immigration brings money and labor. Encourage it." "God helps those who help IhemfclvcA." "Kxecute promplly. Dcliberaieslowly." "Dountooihersasyoii would hwe era do u nlo you.1' "Cheap transportation is a conlrollinr; power." "Tho Mississippi Valley only seeks ber i Ihey regmelns best adapted lo silk 'a culture." '-The experiment of Japanese indus- trial colony is one of gieat interest and promise, nnd we have Inilo donbtof ilsul- timalo success in the item of silk, whatever may he Ilic faie oftbe tea The col ony is entiiled lo kindly encouragement. us success ivill quicken the development of tlicsiaie, diversify ,1s products, ami in- crease Us attractions to we shell yet sec colonies ot' Kuropean silk anel grape-rowers Inking up mountain lands and establishing' ihritcy e ft.'ll up of bcgangc. nnd ii is only justice In ihc tot when ihey lu-ld "P .he Ironies for c-rhibiiicn cacb iiour no Indian could dtleci .my vaiLuion of the mi) t.f Ihe whisky and thu p.imt indicated by thcposiiiouo'f the riiEuDoni! If. DATIS, in zinc. auging liumb. E1V rsESK Vr.nsio.vor THE I'An.tnr.E o int: Clioy Awah, a young Chinaman is a scholar at the >'ivc 1'nints Hoiiicol'Indiiflry. Me reaeis Ihc tesla- "A i.....i, be Iwo sons. Son speak I'c lo nlber; falber got money some be a'her he take it all right, fjsst now give ou hall. He give him half; hc ..o Ion" OKOSS NeounEj-cK ,H- CI-STCM I Or- sland ibinecn feel hiijli wiihoiil wns landedyeslenlay from llie sieamer nniloi'thc twenty injectors of revenue on ibe dock, wilh Disliict Ollicer Kirkiltllicir bead, not one man dsrw) meddle -.vitb her trunk, or go down to rre wl.nt was in it. She is a foot and a b'-.lf liigber than old Hannibal, the hille'Sl ele- phant ever seen this counirv, and she eat; n bale of hay a day. Old explain Fil- lers stood on the mil as she came slowly and cautiously down the e'cel; ur.el gave Ihe lullowinij "opmioir" after liuiitby- ,'I HO like Eiich If'tbatVrc makes nil her mind lo -o "o if she no go, ?I.C no SSic lanelcd in triumph, marching do-.-rn ti e sasjr-plank with ccieliraled Jicrsafcjiasiagi) with n'eoncert ol and f cct n'dot iihc numes to juiu the stated th-it be bad fimuj out.--, one of wbieb he sold for us lougli slate. To convince the ollicers boat, be produced files of Nova iictitia papers containin g necounis of tbd ns o td nndiiig of the diamond, minute dc.-ciiijiioDS ol the fimc, desciiplions of ibe Under, and olje-r evidence toa indhjniiablc to bo ni-es- noncd. lie also slewed Iclu-rs prom- ment .Nen- juwilHi, who had exnm- rnc.1 tte ]iiiw, of iviiicl, from Ihes house on. ,11, He is In Iowa to inveslnieus with or some ibere-. lie Kopecs to ibe ana i! to some crowne...! iitail if p.usiblc. si; Ol.L- and ;ire Eriv.t (olleclioiu eif eild sl-iinjis 10 reminS ii missici-.arv in order lo be lo China by way uf Aiiilrjlia. Tho C'li ncsc :uc ford of piptring- iheir rooms with luese slumps, :-o missioiiKrivs sell Ihem to roiiei'in jomii; cbiMrcn, yills who arc iiu baplia-d. In China" Ibu rivtr lo to and the floor, exmjily bencaili where Jlr.' Krsli'k noiiey. Wliat fnrnios1ayl.cn: hnimrv f 1 ntvilk' Ii ;nK :l vnnt and sec my falher. I the llcor, throw tlie I very bnei. lio know.- U-ad. l-fmi e- 'I1' lo "1C I'mllnVas knoi-krd or see; I bad. No be son me slmmcd. Tin- I-oois were hull, -oolie-.' He go bark; long way, father lonl lnm llis fw, and the h-ss ofliis iian- ec iiiin. He Iiin, on the neel; Tlic t'11'" fiired. t'eet wen- ti-r- on .-ay, 'I very bad. I just now r.o be ribl.v laecraled, poilions of Ibe of I coolie.' Hi.s falher lalkey to into Ihem. His snr- .oy, and say, 'Got handsome coat; give lie licr" to remove a mg give be shoes bring fat cow, kill of hone from one foot two or rim give him total.' Tlicy very glad I tllreo A wimlow near Ic nil same dead: just now come back unl sash and 1----- and the fillicr windows in ibe room wen: more or less broken his brother, who was I within a lew feel of him, was also knocked I down, but no; injured. t.-Avn idonc lic.llly six llion- which it i.- would liny a' u Chinese, girl. oilier day one of nicreliaiu in Ihercad- in desnin- tVe e r.H-.c in bun looted up, v.-ben II- 1- nbi.- llm i and I iirf-oeiddl t.> wouli rn! tin n-- nvn-g ll.err. n.ere iiriiil ojiencd the eiiiei- fuss am! as he elid sei a w.is a 'ho msi, ill th live he iosl be gel bark. Xnnibcr on ce.me. He bear music, lie tell servant What for they make music He say] Your brother come hack your father very tart he no sick lie kill fat cow.' JCT one- son, be very Father lie ome out; he fay, 'No be- Num- icr one son, be say, 'I slay all lime by nli-.cr never bun angry. Jly father ever kill our fat cow for me. My brother e very bael, be use money ton much be ave fat cow nr.el music V Failier say, You no uiidirstnnil: lie just dcail; be now- ime to life lie lost, lie nowcome back.' 'hey mnkc music. own-Ibis slid clunanels. "The river lo the sea, p.nd the ten lo the river." knows ncillicr friend nor kin- ATOIS fashion wriler in Iho oslini'osl says: H my fortune during Ihc May anni. crsanes to sil, on one occasion, near a rowd of woman dclegalc.i from al! pnrls of ic country, and Ilio feature that most struck e in their persona! appearance wss Ihc ex- ceding weakness of their bonncls. They ere strong in decided in the style 'Iheir short dresses and the absence of any reriiiirius tiimminp, bnt Ihcre was .1 look feebleness and inde-finileness aboul Ibeir als and lionnels, thai was p.nr.ful. There as no elislinclion, no character to them be bals were low-crowned and narrow' uh alternated lilllo In-own Sleanurs liang- the side. Tbe onnrls arc flat and (hrcc-coincrcd, gener- iy pilcbed back upon Ibo bca-l, nnd dcsti- le of tare, of the Denoilon ncckhce, and 1 the accessories which assist to make up r IlicwatHofsiycii, the modem bound. Milliners nre r.ot abroid, that la certain- nnd Ibey are very much needed. Tlenty of women imagine thai bcennsc bonnets are small, Ihcrcferc nnybody tan make one bul it is n great mislakc. The number of slei- piel, insignificant nnd characterless bonnets worn lestify to il, and if there is anything a woman cannot afford to wear, U is a peer unbc-coraing little Iwr.net. DEOCTII IN- fearful drouth prevails in the interior of Australia, Tbe line of rand from to Hay is said hy n late traveler lo be "comparable to nothing hut Iho Valley of it.c Shadow of iJcath. H is literally whh the skeletons or the decaying carcw-jes eif wretched animals (bat l-.avc perished from slarvationor Ihivsi. Horses, callla and fbccp, nnd even Ihe wild denizens eif Ihe plains- emus o.nel lurkcys-arc is nuVI I" Jirltons rtmlnita that almmlanl occupation to Iho crows. landed of ths and Ilic ii-il Iris scat and rcael- dis- ly. Tclc- IMI'ORTAXCKOK 1. TIlCSC wilt think most, who elo most brain work re- quire most sleep. -J. Time saved fr.im nec- essary siccp is infallibly destructive lo mind body and csbile. 0. Give youif elf, your children yonr all lhai are i undcryou, Ibe fullest amonnl of sleep will take, by compelling- them lo go io bed al some regular early hour, and lo ir llie morning the iiK.iucnl Ihey awake am within a fortnight na'.L-ic, almost regularity of Ihc morning sun, will" uplor.se I he: bonds of sleep the moment enough re- pose- bnd been secured for the wjnts of Ihc system. Tbi.-i is'ihe only sstc sulllcient ru'e. And at lo the qnctlion licnr much sicop one requires, each must be a rule for himself; great nature will never fail to write it out to Ihe observer under the re-'ii- lalions fust Dr. Few persons, in the larger cilies ofXcw hngland, are. aw.irc of the increasing num. bcrs of French Canadians who lloek for employment to ber wcll-manat-ed and villages. In this Sialc Ibis new menl of popaiation has grc.illy inereascd Ihc past spring. In a'l the ficlory villa-jirs of Ihc Sl.ite lliey may be foutnl in more or le.vs numbers and in some llicy ontminber any other cass of As a people they ore generally industrious, frugal and law-abiding, and Iheir Ibrifiinc.-s tends in no little degree lo nid in building up the bu.Miiess resmire-ei of the State, 'llu-y cr.illy find employment in the e-ntlon "and woolen mills and become very skillful opcr- ilivcs. In this element lias become vciy hige, ihctolnl number beinc eslimated at ivvo ihousand. A LAROK H.vn.oF Icam Ibr.t ipwards ol four thousand barrels o( mcn- uidcn fish were scineel in oi-.r harbor, op- visits. Ilio wharves on Tuesday lasl. The ish were taken by fmir companie.s Ihrec from orlsmoulb, and one from the mouth of Connecticut river. Xcarly ibn whole :Atch wj.1 sold lo tlic oil on i'rudenct and rorlsn'outh. Tlic balance was sold lo nnr-keicl fishermen, fur bait, whose vessels were (lien lying at Iho niejiilli of our harbor. Tliia Is tho hvrgcit haul of tlsh made in oiirhad-nr for n long lern, of years. Tho lisli sold for firty emits per .mrcl, yleleliug a tiitnnVoino firolit lo Ibe coi n pa nies, Phif. ir. T.r.ji x llirtihl. never v.due- of chur.-hc.- thin swonly per ceni., or Hie inirndrclii'n of into tlie Cellini ry. Ihrring Ihese foiir ye-ars ftiiMls made a g.iin of while nl he pn-scnlI lisie we have is.iW otlk-crs anil teaclicrs, and FIMCIIOXAI. are so many cmmlvrt'eirs of our fractional eurrene.y, that n change is proposed in the siylo of ll.e- nnd a de-spateb sais- I lie work of .-IK down the fractional currency government nnlo was commenced ycsicrihy. Twelve tons arc lo be tunned in two minaocs :it onee. Tlic of ibe i to have be of these en about Htmers iif.on ihc of .n, Hie Canaan child imudercr. fiomo nl the of Hudson arc of Ibe opinion it was Ihe hand Ilial mmdmd Angle Slewr.rl iiii.1 conpcqi-cmly kr.ew thai Joseph Ilrown was innocent of tlic einiie. Just one year Sunday, lirown was bunged. German nnd bis liiielc appearcil in Port Jervis. Ibe oilier day mi llieir brielsl lour. Leaving bis Iran at Ibe hotel got drunk and attemptc-l u> bug a Ixdy wbom he met on Ihn f.ln.tt, fnr whreli be wns arreilcd, and liis wile failing to get him onl of jail, Ilic uiiiht wilb bin, in confinemcnl. II, .1. ii.iinc-, .1 noivrions Ibief, was leiunel banging lo n tree on Thursday moru- inf near Ibe: Vlhy Dcixil, Memphis, Tcnn. liis brJy was riddied will, I From .ipe-TS nn bis pwfein it is supposed lie was NewMk, X. J. Xearly all the ladies of llie Society of Filends in Kuropo have discardo.1 llie nccu- ll.-ir elvers of the seel. A woman in New Ymk rcfcnlcel a po- liecmnn in slrcet wilh a cliee.k of (300 aue! then dinnpcarcd.
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