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Independent In rolltlcn nd Religion.- ,uttA
lie to n Tfte Tntteji, ami Ttwroogbly
tladical lit Upi-oslne nnd ExpoUng Hie 'ffronzs
o! the Ma-w.
Cnirespriiidi iits writing over aoHimed signa
tures lyutt piafce knon. their pnut to the
Editor, or M Mtmtitm -win bo given to their
by icrs. bcstk wmiran-L.
Entered. aeeordrap to the Art ofCongmn.lt.
the ye-.tr JeT2, l.jr Mn.Swie"VViliierelIlH th Of
fice of the Librarian ol ConfrreMatAVRnhlnston
Tho next 'morning Harry, left homo
i :t l.pr !- mct
'TuSkl . a Pilfer MI 4v A. j-Mst '":
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It Hemic if, Finns Jtiuses, Kjihe Vkovut.
rOTtTIVTO). OREGON, FRTDAY, .TTJX.Y lt, I.r.
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happiness of his daughlor.'apd wife.
Two Jays after Harry's departure
Grace returned home, notwithstanding
Grandma did her utmost to persuade
her io May. But tho affectionate and
thoughtful daughter feared that too
jnauy cares would devolve upon her in
valid mother, and nothing could induce
her to prolong her visit, though, the
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for 3Iartfonljonea4. .more. .Sonoro, nf ,,, ,,..
would bring a good price at the South." "Did he ever say anything about
"For slrame! Harry Hewitt!" said her?" asked flie Colnney.'since your re
turn to college."'
"Nol a word,' though we have been
Blanche nutl Grace accompanied him
far ss'thccarspvherc'he bade tliem fare
well. Tlirii, turning to his sister, .he
whispered: "What shall I say to Clar
ence?" "Tell him I am well, and pray for his
happiness," replied sonopa-s ter lip
piiveml himI tenrglistened liriierei'c.
Harry, who kfi85nothiugioC4or
man's proposition, imgginetXithis an
wwer quite wtisfactorj'i and, equeezlng
her hand, said, "That's rightSis,' and
waing Iits liandkercliief,'" wafe' "soon
whirling along at railroad speed.
"What is the matter, I wonder?" ex
claimed. Binoche, looking from the win
dow of the. carriage and seeing a crowd
of people "together, as they neared the
avenutf loading home.
Honora ordered Samp to stop the
horsesmnd inquire. They wore told that j
the,grouinuyB covered with blood, and
that there was reason to believe that a
murder had been committed, as the re;
mains of a woman's shawl had been
found upon the Imshesand a pocket,
handkerchief markMlUUIi' Hie
officers were trying lo obtain some clue
to the mystery. No satisfactory con
clusion in referenced tl(efra'Siwas ar
rived at, however. Tbegirljijfelt very
much appalled at the startling intelligence-
of-n-murder in tho moral and
quiet neighborhood of Spring Brook.
Sampj -whose ebony features assumed
a very melancholy cast, was about driv
ing on; When Blatiche, seeing Norman,
Gracie. But little did Grandpa and
Grandma Marsh think, as they gazed
upon her innocent face, so full of smiles
and apparent health, that they should
see her no more alive. But 6o It was
Blanche. "But I suppose you may as
well become, hardened, as you will un
doubtedly become the happy master of
Miss Summers' slaves."
"There is no knowing what mayihap
peu," said.Harry, roguishly.:
"But, Sis, what Is: the-matter ?' he
asked, turning to his Msten who wrts,
pale as marble, with the slip of paper
"Nothing more than T feel rather
nervous," replied Soiiora. "This papqr
appears to bear the same import as the
one T received over a year ago, 'on tljo
night that murder waa committed. If
ordained, mid tliey looked on-her'for the. ,yowI!l. listen I will read it
" 'Once morelsajYbcwarc of the trai
tor who lurks in your'path. His lovo is
like tho charm of the scrpenti It wins
last time in life
Blanche and Sonora were together
constantly. To Blanche alone did So
nom confide the secrets of her heart.
But how was that confidence returned?
By'basest betrayal. But, pure-minded
girl! Sonom mistrusted not, for why
should she think that one whom she
loved as she did Blanche, and to whom
she had never done tho slightest injury,
thould wish to harm her? No, it could
not be! And in her ignorance she was
The lime had at length arrival for the
Hewitts to bid farewell to Bridgeport
and their many friends there till the
heat of another year should call them
from their city home to inhale its beau
Sonoraliad obtained GraudmaMnrsh'd
pcrnngsitnrfor lllmicho to spend the
winter holidays with her, and, with the
assurance-that they should meet again
in six months, the two friends separated
one to return to a happy school girl's
life, and the other to contrive and plot
schemes which in the end were to provo
detriments lo her own happiness. In
other words, "she was digging a pit for
herself to fall into."
to crush. Bewaro! I say. Beiievo me,
I am A Fjhbsd.'
"What do vou think of that, mother?
It is the same handwriting and nearly j
the same words. That it rcrers to ror- (
man there is no doubt," said Sonora, in '
a melancholy tone.
"And that it is some of Carrie Ver
non's work there is no doubt, cither,"
remarked Mrs. Hewitt. 1 told you so
when you received the other, you recol
lect, and this only confirms it more, for
she is in the city to-day on- her way
home from Niagara. Sho; is jealou-,
and is trying to break up Ihe'nllHir, fpre-
j bumc, in hopes to got him hen-elf. But
she need not give iicrscii any unneces
sary trouble, for ho dislikes her very
much, and then she is old enough to be
"There is as muuli difteronecin their
ages as there is in his and Sis's," rc-
nlirwl irnrrv. italilnvoiislv. . i'.
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the same friends as ever. My sister's
name has never Ttassed the lips of
either," replied he. . ,
"Well, lo turii the' subject, when do
ypl Intend startiiigj'forthc South?"
asked the Colonel. ' ,
"One; week from to-day T believe tho
girls sayl"1 answered ' Harry. "Wc
shall riot be gone over a mouth."
'"Well, f 'liope you may enjoy your
self, my boy," said the Colonel. "But
be sure and jelurn in tiine for the holi
days, for we cpulil not do without you."
"You 'may be suro of my presence,
providmgY am "alive; for, J have a de
sire to see" my tuturpbrStjier-ln-law and
know if he Is the same "aristocratic1
and 'splendid' fellow as formerly. How
long hak ho been, absent from the city?"
"About two inonths," replied Mrs.
Hewitt. "He is taking a tour up in
the "White Mountains .' and vicinity.
He will return in Nov&rfber. Sonora
has not t-een him since she left school,
'dear child! "What a splendid mutch it
will be!" "
"rmph!" muttered the Colonel.
"Very 'splendid!' Ther6 is" many a
slip betwixt llic cup and'tlie lip,' and
my ilcalro 1s that this inay be one,
though I have'gfven 'niy'concut to the
union." Jl" "'
t "Wiry. Col. Hewiltyhow iibsurd you
do talk! I should tiiinl: you would bo
delighted (o think our child was going
to do so wbll -In the world; ' Mrs. Nor
man Melntosh!' ThhnVhliw stylish!
T guess Carrie Vernon, and others lie
sides, will bd'jealoiis enough."
"Mm. Norman MeTntbsh O," fudge J
t would rather have it Mrs. Clarence
i V" V J' , Jhit w reader may ask, "Where is
"Ualt a minute, fconora, here comes Xorwnn? Does he not know they arc
SoiHra9s cleek itytal for u moniont,
hut she made no reply.then, slwking.,,. lch,oula dctain Wn
hands witli hhn, ,.H,u.ml6v;l.ch vny lawlliI but how. vory ur t it w
"I was inteiKHrg'1tf-CRlI upon your
mother with some books which I prom
ised her; but as I have tlia, pleasure of
seeing you, I will entrust them-to your
care, if you will be Hinu cTwugli to de
liver them; and, as I have some import-
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aniousin.eMjaueiHi window x"r family, which inv
wmcn win netain me a lew uaya, rauoh to the annoy
musi uui 3-ou'aii goou-oye tin i-ti.,,.wii,-,.miii.i
As ho said, he had business in New
cannot say. He returned, however, as
fcoon as the excitement about the mys
terious murder was over, and was on
baud to accompany tho Hewitts to tho
cars and bid Sonora farewell.
Mrs. Hewitt invited him lo come with
Blanche to spend the holidays with her
itation ho accepted,
nnce of Sonora. She
, , , 1 . ii . T i 1 1'icriont,exeIaimeltheCbIoncl,stami)
this. but went on talkintr tohopdaugli-j . . ' .
ter and Blanche.
"I cannot banish the idea of some
thing dreadful connected -with Nor-
i ing his foot.
"And I, too," responded Harry, as he
left the room.
with an unwelcome child; and the com-1 T7hy Women Are "Weak.
ing baby will be healthy and happy, as j ,, . , , .
it should be-a care, to bo surej hut a ?o .sounder what an intricate
perpetual delight. And the law will ?vs '-"'J ""ilLV" lL,-Ji!,,own ysio-
Is this merelv a splendid dream? But
it is becoming the- universal dream
among women, and a universal dream
is unerring prophecy. The coming
of the home. But to
keep tho home she will not always be
r.,il,l i elm.il mw a rnli-tn!. In
l.oir., 1.01- fnnn nwr a. cook-stovo. drv un ueaui
cmtive energies of the constitution ; the
murderous thinness and scantiness of
her underdress; the effect or he absence
of tlanni'ls, and the custom of baring
1110 uecic nuu arms, upon tua sensitive
tissues of the lungs and heart; theoheck
to all even circulation of tho blood and
y condition of the skin intlicted
her enorgies ovor flat-irons, and waste
bor time iii embroidering worsted dozs
and hemming endless nifties. She will
do all needful work, and have time left
to study law and medicine, lo keep
books and tnko photographs, to edit pa
pers, lecture, preach or hold office, to
whichever only she is called. The
wants of the people are prophecies or
future customs. The air-castles of to
day become the real mansions or to
morrow. The woman of tho past has
been a servant in her husband's or
brother's house. The coming woman
will bo tho Queen of Home. She will
not be ruled by her work, but will rule
ny tne imperiectanii compressed coher
ing of her fept and hands; tholuihtaltliy
heat of the head, consequent on the
manner in which custom requirt-s her
to collect her Iialr into a wad of padding
at the baso of the brain 5- tho clasp of a
rack ofi&tccl,aud whalebone about all
thovital organs of. the- hotly; the
straight-jacket snap with whieli tho
seam pf her dress m ecfc about her shou I
ders, arms and-chest; the results inevit
able upon making, the hips the pivot
ujKin which her heavy clothing is hung,
and the fulcrum upon which all the mo
tion of her body must swing when walk
ing if, indeed, we apply that term to
MRS. .1. J. Iir.MW.IT. Editor . and ..,froprk lor
OFl-H'K-Cor. Third mid f'ai!iliistou Sl
. l.tV . ft
One year . t
nvnr.TISi:Mr5NTS Insarteil on ItMMHWkI
lloll It Dorrii. I
Wliatevor you haveTosay, my fAtt
'Wlu'tlier wuty, or crave, or bjV -t exf
l ondenso tin mucli as ever you em.i.
And wltellwr you write of rtwal aOHItab
Jul iak a word of lrlenill v alvJo--Boil
For it vou en BnliiitAri,! .
When rninSrTtaS Arnold 7T ' : 1
"i'r Y? i pred imiqlt ,yod nee,
Ttml the j.rdtookVi,l,3yrrtiroukR
So wlioii yfehBvfrafitory to tilipJ
And would liken llltternqwn. ,1
To maip ifuMe ir of ynr -trMn'ray frlbW,
When wrilliuc an article fortheHlif, ill
Wbt'tUer pn or vcre,JuH.try .
To utttT yonr1hwisln In TliArftrest ivords.
And let tliein becrinunddry,
Vnd When II IS nnUUed. and vSii
li isdonnccvnclly bruwn, 4
.Tur lo.k if rkv-i- iiimin ami tliAn
For erlhorr do nnt tike in'fflai '
An orifalijJuzilv lunz. a,
And a.senera rvndrr doon not carii. .
.So -wHier your v.-ilt in t)i snmllfsLsruirf,
And evt-'ry Hnioyou wriiQ, my frtoitl;,. .v
l!oil it UoHg. .
Iier work. Hhe will not be measured by lc infantile toddle with whieli woin. n
ner ability to "cook something good'
though lier tables Avill bo plentifully
supplied with healthful food. She will
not be worn out wilii overwork, though
her work shall all be done more perfect
ly than now.
i.110 uesirwfor' marriage will not abate;
TrnKisjrLoVEits. The art of frmiiiff
- "' f,'-ll'vtlll tlUIVllg WUl A IU AC)
I when lovers wish to coinmnnicateif hoir
arc driven to irCt about tho world; above i""111?"1 ,." wmmguiey have a mode
all, the unreasonable and cruel cu-dom w'.m n'1'1 wlVci " "laPf'
which compels her to drop heavvHkirta iffi, ? .1- ,tl,ori fJ,lft,s'I SiU
about Iier lower limbs and feet, thus en- sllk,?' Mu,rs "'I'1 00 ors-f, w ,IcIT The-'
.in.i.r;i.,i.i,f.. ., n ,.,:!..,. i.inuiko a packet, each article havinc an
illegorical -en-je. Tho puakej-j
1,-.. 1. o,. i,t .. .... .t 1 aiiegorieai -en-o. iuo naoKewis
and her scif-rcliance: forever: when ."(c51'.emPIo-' 1 Weof
. ..... 2.. . "L a 1. .a i. t ...i.;... 1 1. . 1 LuuiitiuiiiuHiuii
ttio love or cliiltlreu will not grow less ;i --" mo y.wuy 10 -inuii mo et.m- .;.. !irMl,, ....-.frfMft,,,,,
im-,i.tii nn huinnp ttn n dn.. liuoii oeeunalious ot a wnniiin ilnnrivoi .... " J v-
,u iw iunsbi ui. iuiv 1 . . 1 . - Solent.. I h-
iilt 01 inn onen air. 01 pvemi-.-' ni . . .
have a Oictionarv,
.1. 1 ( ' 1 1
change of -cene of aeoualhtanee with "u iney Jviiow oy memory, qi,yuu-
tIft"rldVof the eS to Blve by.inns or
melirn, ed' hntue," "!7u
iiimn tho I'otlv- of lijinriimvis ii-witi ,"..-m....j , .- jsr. ...j
i.:...i.i. ...i m.V i.,..ii..'.' tears;" a niece ore
hina ncuto bUHeriiig- which tho live
. women Iiinraiv imliii'. in tlinm-
tears;" a niece of cloth. "Iam tffetKvitli
r your imiKjrtuiiities' a piece Wr flbek
2li, franiorcanvaas '.'We shall bdotogother
j! ,,1 to-morrow;'' a pieouaf silk, 4uUjhavo
The Ccming Eotuewifc.
man," said Sonora, who seemed quite (
"Why, yoii talk likosomesilly child, . T,JB Gir, of le vi,Tiod ,1(toJ IM)t Ml)irQ
said her mother, giving her an angry , tp i, merely the keeper of the house.
look. "Do you suppose I would want ifcue wouiu maKu ner a nome, it is true,
you to marry him if I thought ho was an.i a pieaant.one ; 1 ud .tins is not tne
J . .... i ii ' Alpha nftd Omega of her ambition. Be-
not a suitable person? But,onthocou-,d'0 t)ls shu mlU, bp nilo,,ell(lent-
trary, I liave heard, on good autnonty, would have a profision, or trade, and
I, on good authority, would have a -profession, or ti
that ho is a gentleman bv birtli and ed-1 would cam her own living and carry her
ucallon. He savs, himself, ho was." , uoyei-wruen. musi
.....-' , .... I chauc meir heroines:
rainor wim in 111s younger imys, out,. Tlln,r.n nf ,,, linef u ,. 1..,
that only makes him more steady and 1 future will not comprehend. Sho longed
domestic, now tli.it he has seen the folly , for a master, and accepted subjection ns
nflt. Hp rnvno .1 snlendiil nltieo in Tjm- ( pr lot. Marriage was her occupation.
not nlonso Hnrrv. who. . . I lo lie sure, she niu'-t not ".-oek her oecil-
and UiPiihurrIeilIy shaking hands with ,fwK ,vni,i i, ,n,n 1 r v """" um. Uwtlon;" It mn-st seel; her. Therefore,
each, he was turning to depart, without
even Inquiring the cause of so many
people"beln'-,assembled togotlier, when'
"It is supposed that a murder was
committed here last night."
As Norman wished Pouora good-bye
.the placed upon her finger a magnificent
ring, the peculiar workmanship upon
which called forth praises from all who
saw it. It was a thickly twisted rope
I of green enamel wound round a heart,
! Here! "What time. ... mM!nrod to be Lrokel, and two
' , . ! brilliant diamonds shone upon the other
rapidly "terrogatowhile half look ke twju loar.4,
ished and hcoumlSnance .,now bcautiful, But how strangoa
"Who savs so?"
CJ .now bcautiful! But how strange
7.V , .design!" thought Sonora, as she hade
"TlieyJam cnWoringtlo solve the ,limbadieu tmbthey .should meet on the
mys ery- and find out the nnmlerer," roturn ofa , .Murrj. Christmas."
continued Sonora. J
"WelLir Uiey find him. hhpuldbej' "
brougllt to'jestlce, ccrtaliily,f" sid"Nor-1 "Ve will now pass over an interval of
man; "but I think it will be rather a , one year, and meet the Hewitts in" their
difficult matter. However, as I am in New York hoine, to which they have
a great hurry, I must bid you .once. just returned after one month's absence,
more farewell, without being able to as- j bringing Blanche witli them,
sistin finding the mur" and without) It is n plousautevoning.in September,
finishing the odrftes words, vaved an I and they are scaled in one of the mag
adieu as he hurried down the stredt. Mtiilcent parlors, overlooking Gram-
"How, strangely ho acts," thougiif mercy. Harry, Blanche and Sonora
Honors, as her eyes followed him down arc talking over their intended journey
the street "Qne would, think he had , to Louisiana in a few weeks. Mrs.
committed some crime, himself, by thc4Hewitt is trying lo call the attention of j
way heiBrftjiks." "''"" Hhe Colonel to such a "love of a dress"
Just- tliriABlarlb-hoywIio had been jon. the opposite side of the way, but he
conversing with Grace, said: j scorns intently engaged looking at a
".Sonora, I have not vet told you poor old woman upon their own walk,
to whom Ilissey is talking.
"Oh! I never saw such a man! You
are always symjiathizing with some
forlorn creature. I do wish you could
witch frightened us so that I beggedishow as much-feeling for your wife!"
him to go. Sho -screamed at him, and she exclaimed petulantly.
a.; "Why, Alice, my dear, what is Ihc
but the mother will no Ioiik
to ner children, and the wife will no
longer lose Jier individuality in becom
ing her husband's helper. Ask the Cifrl
of tho Poroid what are her most sacred
desires, and she will give you the same
old sory: T.jve, marriage, children.
Sho will givoyou more than this: Am
bition, sclf-dovolnpnimit, self-supjiort.
Greeley ou Woman Suffrage.
Alru Tjiirui uoitl t AvnArmnni.1 I ...1 .....I I.... .......
great dillieulty in gaining admittance, tjiavc made her! God never made Mich Li ?J?l Tl
Again ana again were we told mat Air. I women as are cradl ng the next genera-1 "i. ," . ":. ' .wrt iT '
G?celcy could not be seen. Finally Mrs. , ticn in this land to-dav. Side by side 2,!?,XAS" 0 n,y l,iseatue Ciry
Duniway resorted to a Utile ruse, rjho , with "fomalo illitemcv" femalo feeble- remeui "
A Stoky ok a Rose. A rqsq with
so pretty a little story as this, ami so
full of romance as this, ought W bo
beautiful, and so is the Cherokee Rose.
Here is the story of it: ".An. .Indian
chief of the Seminole tribe was", taken
prisoner by his enemies, tho Cherofiees,
and doomed to torture, but fell "bo se
riously ill that it. became- necessary to
wait for his restoration to health Wore
committing him to the fire. And As lie
lay prostrated bv disease in the; cabin
i of tho Cherokee warrior, the daughter
porter of the Chidago Tone, has aiulabesto -upon
Mrs. Fernaudo Jones, an in. lmsiw of iIimhI and fimliWhir. 11,1s'o1i 'f 1o fJouer. mucli.
uent Woman Sullragist, and ob- ,!. "siu.ll -. v. mi, 1.1,1 n.t.,Mr.:rpA. 8ra OI "" solila "n.MiK, a.
it... c.ii,. e t; " . . . " . morsel ot suirur. ana a nieco 01 wood 01
iuu .ui.. ............... .... iure away 111 a siiuwi to uie, anil iny, .,i .;..,! -,i--rT,,,..
lie recently made to drawuutMr. with sorrowful tnflor-.irM.ot ' "ivi.oi, a,,oeT. rangeil in a certain ordor.Tprm
on the subject ofAVoman Kur-rw,an as God mado her?" a rV11!01-. ...
,,r ... .i 1. 1 . .. -uy neari, j. am 111 iovo wun"you
1 i imiiLii ziH Dim iiiiMiu iiir:
I the pain which my love oceasionsmo
Iiirormvd tho gentleman in tlio ante- uvss js ninuinir a nice anions: us. Nc-
rooni that sho hail come ail the way I g!ccted brains and tortured bodies nro
from Oregon, and had tome private f working their ow'n Wav upon our actual
business with the Sage. This opened., alKi possible mothers. "Thoughtful phv
tho door. It appeared that he had liecn .-leiaiis arc perplexed and alarmed. We
informed by some one tlmt an effort are aTiemitifui, usefuran"d elevated or-
wouui ir' mauo to inierview;, nun, iinu 1 ( Cr or animals j tliavorltl has done the
hence he had taken every precaution lo ' right tiling by us ;1t has stalled and fed
bar the Wav. When we enteral, the iw If hntr nntfoll nnrl nmiewl na- irlm
and seen it. And then she has been ac- ,hhe sat down with folded hands for her
quainted witli him two vcars, which is , lonl to come. If ho came, it was well;
a pretty good recommendation.' ' -oe JtJ&
"To say nothing of his gold!" 1-1 0f society. But the woman ot the past
served Harry to Blanche. . is dying out, antl tho coming woman
"Well, I hope ho is all that is right , hast new hopes and new aspirations.
I ' I ' I . 1 aawtBAls-b - . lAaa mva as 1 I c . 1 ilia a a
and honorable, though I cannot help , ,,,, Kll ..,., snmpMlln .,,,
thinking I have an unknown friend , 1 somebody. She will marry, it may
somewhere, who takes. interest enough ,be, but she will givo no pledge of olie-
' . . . I c!i. ...tn .. 1 1...V ..l.X ...til ....1
In me not to let mo stoop to wen a ras-, "' - ; u oc ... ....
cal, for such She insinuates him to lie, ' .. . . . her heart, that
observetl Sonora, leaving the room. the fates may tiikc nway her name.
The Colonel coming in, tliov informed . Marriage, with her, will be an incident
him of the circumstance. in her life-a gmntl experience, a sol-
... ,,1 iim.. 1..., I emn relation, trul v; but it will not be
"Strange!" said he. "The samo hap-, U(e purj)0se JnltjrVxistouee. That pur
poned over ono year ago. I am inclined . 10se will bo to individualize hersolf. to
to think, as vou say Sonora does, that , develop herself, to make the most of
,,.,lM,mrnfrinnilBnmpiv inrp T , neieu mm mis not lor II1C SUKU Ol
OUU IIVaa illnw -
(philosopher turned lwir.wivy round, mo-.. complain? EHtubethSivmlBhhit.
the , tinned us to somu elmirs, purl thou re- . . . .
turned to Ins M orU. He opened a mini- c ; o p,
ber of letters, read them, answered one 1 bcene ln treet 0ar-
or two, anillong alter our patience Had The Washington Alar says: The pas-)or the latter, a young, tlnrk-fftceil .maid,
been exhausted h.. turne-lsiitlduniv upon L.,11Mrs on 01m of Bicker's street rars 1 ,Ll T.i .. i.olii l i;.l..T.;l.iV.l
nil inquired what he could .1.. fhr'M-i.e,! some yesterday morning at alvountr chieftain': and. wishing toHavo
ills lire, urged him to escape. "But ho
us, anil inquired wnai lie coum .10 inr Jaiigiteti some yesterday morning at
us. - lien we had Introduced ourbelve,i y,e0 hctween the conductor and a well
Mrs. I)unlwa.y came right to the point 1 dressed young man from Georgetown,
by saying: (vs the ear was passing clown tho nve-
Mrs. Duniway I am cditiinf a paper , m,e, the young man nt the same time
ln Oregon; 1 am opposed toumnt, and'tHiidiu
I admire Norman s ko. S1...I1 nr ili nsnimfinm of tlio
IS someiuiui; very iirvy
cannot say tliat
about him, which I cannot fathom.
Ho seems very gentlemanly, howqver,
and may provo one of tho best of men."
"Had Sonora never seen Mr. Tier
coming woman, and they are not idle
and fictitious they are prophetic. Sho
will realize them. Pome of our learned
Doctors of Divinity have urged that
women must give up the idea of marry
inc. or oe eonteiu to navo no asmmuon
about our ride the other morning.
After we left your house wc went as far
as 0M Katy'jaitd Npnnan was going!
tbjinie hlfoHJn9ioH bvlt? the old!
fixed her eyes unon him with such
. Ifreadful Ioofei-rnd?Whri.glnf ?h
LA aW V uw- - j "6 'WlVtir IU a l4a a Vi laVJ aaCri
rvinf nlisnrvpd Alrs.HcwItt toBIaiiclie. outside ot tne nursery and Kitcnen
-1.- -.ronl.l not think so lightly of Nor- ! very glowing doctrine for girlhood
man. But lie nan sucu nu inuocei 1, , Maltlius had u theory that, as the
meok way with him thatSonora thought nopulation multiplied in a geometrical
him an nii"el just dropped down from rai 10, while the capacity or the enrtn
above. When sho has lived as long as 1 produbc oan l iiiade to increase only
.iuuii.. nuHi. r-in an arithmetionl ratio, therefore there
I have she will look at. things madir- mUbt a time w,e1 ome of us
ferent liglit." .must die ofl", citlier by war, by pesti-
"By the by, that reminds me," i-nid lenec, or by famine, lo make room for
Blanche, "that I met CJIarenco - Pier-! V,'0 ro4"- ,Ienpe' 1,0 "rBu"1' warfa'uI
oiauc ... , , , 1 disease nro necessary to nave ns ft-oni
pout at Newport this summor, where he le WOK0 falo ()f atarvaljou ut faets
was trying to reexuit.-his health. He go to show that ns we Increase in iium
w lnnkitiir vnrv nalo and siuklv. toor ! ber, and become more civilized, we
r..n...t ismn.in.n mtitlft him . promi-e 1 hw.moro limn ever to eat; Despite of
" . TVIf.lt !
hence would like to get your opinion on I caSy; witli one foot ou a trunk, he was
the subject of Woman Suffrage, to lay approached bv tho conductor and his
before the people of Oregon. We want , mro tlutuandetl. Ho quietly passed out
to kiiow wnai wo are 10 oaiwci trout nve cents.
you. - ' Conductor T demand twenty-five
.Mr. ureeiey uregon is a very uncer-1 pouts for that trunk.
tain State. There Is two much whiskey Young Man (hesitating) Twenty
in that locality. There are niany more fiv. emits? Well. 1 think I" will not nav
saloons than school houses. . t
Mrs. D. There are not so many sa-, f Then I shall nut tho trunk ofl.
loons in proportion to the population as ls;r.
mere are in iew -oris, wnere you V.M. You had better notorvonmav
ought to hnvc considerable influence, j he sorry for it.
111 my opinion, tins is tne niosicou- ConductorpulLsstrap.stopsear.ctumps
forsaken place 1 ever saw. I think you ' trunk on the avenue, starts car, and af
ought to have done more for your own i ter going sonio two squares, approaches
city. 1 the young man, who still was as calm
Mr. G Humph. Yes. jus a summer morning, and in an angry
Mrs. D. Here is a copy of tlio New mood says:
York Tribune of lS5T.,"iu which you ad-1 "Xow I have put your trunl; off, what
vocate not only Woman Suffrage, but) aro you going to do about it?"
contend that women should be eligible j y, jr. (.coolly) Well, I don'ti propose
to office. I understand that you have to do anything about it; it's no concern
not changed your opinion on tho sun- of mine: it wasn't my. trunk. .
ject. C. (fiercely) Then why didn't you
Jtr. u. tnais wrong. vnnr, r ciiu
say was that I had not changed my
opinion within tho past-four years. I
had two daughters, anil I would prefer
that they should remain women.
Mrs. I). What do thev think about
One or them
would not do so unless she- wouldafleo
with him. She consented. Yet, hoforo
tliov hml cniir fjir. tmiwlloT hv snfF ro.
1. -----o-- 1- .--j. - --
uit iPiitiiorui, utuuig ji grot at leaving nome, sue asKed permis
sion of her lover to return for tlio-'pur-jvose
or bearing away some momento of
it. So, retracing her footstep3LT&hc
broke a sprig of white rose , which
climbed antl twined up the poles ''ofher
father's tent, and preserving-itlditring
her flight through the wirdeniess,
planted it by the door of her new; home
in the land of the Semilioles. . And from
tlmt day this beautiful flower- ha$boen
known betwecu the keys'of Flornia, and
throughout tho Southern Statpsj. b the
name or the Cherokee Rose." - ,
Grm.'s Pit- Ton x LoN'mA Ytjuxo
M.vx. I know nothing in the ovorld
tenderer than the pity that a. (kind
hearted young girl has tor a young man
that Teels lonely. It is true tliHt tjieso
dear creatures are all -compassion- for
every form of human woo, and;anxious
to alleviate all human misfortunes.
Tliey will go to Sunday schools' through
Krnrnia tlifir hmtliprs sirn nfmitl'nf. tn
C. (fiercely) Then why didn't you tench the metunnleasant and untra'ctn-
tellmoso? blc classes of little Children theiingo of
Y. H. Becaiuo you did not ask me; jrethuselah and the dimensions-o Og
and I told you you'd bo sorry for it. the kiug of Bahaus heclteaiL"TChoy
C. (furiously Then go Inside the stnnd behind a table at tt fair allnday
car! I until they are read v to drop, dref-sel in
Y. M. Oh, no! you're a good enough ( tjw-lr prettiest clotlna and tliuin sArcet
eoiniani.ou for me out here. est smiles, and lay hands upqn,y.ou-dike
,U tun moment a jwrtiy uermau g-, mav t.jv Potinhars perfectiv cor-
whatyoudo not want; at prices '-which
. . . i.t . . . . - . . i .
tuiu not Know ou werii tain-t lie wouin fiicnu uh wm
"Sir. ti. T don't know.
is a Roman Catholic, ami I don't think ' enioiTfrrjnnilFcirrSi:
sho cares much about it cither one way 1 You fellow.- whensis mine.drunk
oranothor. The other would niliier go Y.M.-My1 friend,! tlilnli that is your L-ou caitnotatrord; all thiaAS Cheerfully
io me mentiv muu n ..mm... , imuh uu mu u.cuuu'iauii;. i
meeting. , WL, German Who pub him ofl? I hafe
Mrs. D. I think, cither of ihom might rile 'moiiTsh fo iwy him, I will sec about
do better than thev are, and I think you i Klot. ' "
are responsible. What do you think ol j xIic car was stopped, and shortly af-
wumell Uolillllg ouieu . i lerivnrus me couuuuior; was seen 10 come
time, oven Uiouuu Jxjvo mav
shoulders, sheadded, 'T shall never for-iing to me particularly. 1 am so used to this winter. I told liimSonoro. was t' slieathc the sword and Science discover
A1U CLVI II V v . -- - "i 1 1 . . . ...... -
i tn rut lire woman win not give up mar-
uor-iiou-letKecping, nor ner ciiii
:t hovhe lopked atmc, frivolities of the wi
iltecl BonSra. '"Tliough pay ns much atten
do jvnf nWr a:
I do iQtj "Qji-Q, jiuhqr.tiil she mado
me feel very unpieneant!"
"Yes, we were "to become rivals!" ex
claimed Blanche, bursting into a laugh,
as she tifrneO'ffi lift-cousin.
"Which is not impossible, consider
ing tlftft tlfe'liaiTdsohie'and TiflrMr.
Mcintosh is the suitor," replied Gracie, fgars.
l l.!BJi.-Ill..lL,- - Inline
The blood rushed to Sonora's face as
she m'etMe gic- oT'Bl5nche fixed in
tently upon her; and in after years,
when she was a happy wire, and that
rricntl had gone to "that bourne from
whencerU0- traveler returns," did that
Joqk cros her vision, for it wa5onc
Svhicli spoke plainer than words. She
thfJughtlM' Utile about it then, how
ever, but its meaning apieared more
distinctly as sho became better initiated
"hearing you admire the fashions and!
orld tlmt I did not
attention, nerhm.c ia V
i - - & -1 -1 -.
! t-ln(,1.t 1...-A .In... T.... ,1.-. -
s..uu.u v- uune. jjui mui iKor wom
an seems to be in distress. I will go
be married in the apriug.
and sec her," and suiting the action to
the words, left the room and descended
to the basement.
"Well, thank fortune! my ideas
on a- higher scale than to race after beg-
I can treat them well -In their
place, but I have no particular taste for
the like," coming towards the trio in
"Well, Harry, have you decided when
you will start for the South?" she
asked, as she seated herself.
"Oil, yes, that is all arranged, mother
First we fchall visit Washington and
give the girls a chance to see tho White
House and its occupants, and from
there wc shall go"
surprised at first, but said that he was ! l"? ""
irimi io near iuui auu ,no ..v. ....
o - -
liftimtr lT..nirii..i4 lolioeomerco
Divine Chanel, at D Georgia, in 'np hef trade or profession.
,veit ami jjvi political economy to the contrary
tororthe 1 isotwiihstandiug.; neither will sho give
in the course oUyear or., I like him H . X t ' ,
very much. You know grandma and the care or children. -How are thev to
Ins mother were old friend. ,JIc was 'keep the liousc ami rear tne children,
antiverv nttontivi to mo. . l,lrt.nnt, lrnnr 1 au 110 o lllUPU UH
1 ulll 1 1 InL'A nu iimI Ii . WAiiAMiTa w. .
- nit u. i.viiviu o ' - a I : i .1 r,iniii
i iniihii. iiiiiiii rit-'iiLi i,v it
Mr. G. I think tliey ought tcystay at sweating up with the trunks on his back
home and attend lo tneir nousenoKi ja ,wrt 0r the perrormance he did not
dime-', ilio wouicu hi me uiiiiiii.. enjov iiatt it wen ivt inu uie passengers.
hnvc bei-omo very much demoralized. '
Mrs. D.-Do you mean It to bo under-, Tnu Kvmi5 sum.-Bayant Taylor
Mood that all are demoniizeu. u-estho following huicuaae inclesurib-
Mr. G.-No, ""'""'J' "uMi ing.thespleudorsof Arctic scenery:
lieve Hint none of llicni are as good as Xothlng can e?KCeed the niagni Icenee
they would Imj ir liioy mm never see.. , of,.tliat ortherh regTon XSthing in
Washington. , . . n j :.t Italy,.Si)aiii, Greece or Egypt can at all
3Irs.D.-inaoan ;"', be compare with tliem. That these
I ilo.not know ' and do so much bolide? We must make
jected suitor myself ." hlding-the irt-.il
meaning of her words and making them
appear a jest.
l'ierpont is certainly a '
in the human heart and the deceitful-1 Rissey. poking her head in at the open
ness of Ihc world. dooraudhandiugSonorqnElipor paper.
The; girls, arriving at Capt. Marsh's! "Forme? Where did it come. from,
and dlngv building, as factories gener
ally are, but .pleasant anil healthful
awl hen wo must send our washing,
ironing, knitting, sewing, and even
perfect gentlemau," replied Mrs. Hew- j nlo,t f this work shall not be done by
in. -ins ti meal j.uy mm no nas notvj macJiiuery. "
more of this world's goods, poor fellow!" How un'ht-nllhy.wnaro-ryellow, green,
"Oh, well, when ! cjomiarry- Idntend ? J Vo Tile
to niarry a poor person, for 1 have plen-1 fnot 0mt we have not learned the it,,,.
ty, and I would rather have love than iart or cooking. Our food is jumbled up
money " i m cverl" wrong way. But then science
"But why not obtain, both?" Harry ! ?;
"Dar is a letter fur you, -Missy," said , asucu quizziugiy, tor uu suurage, to overiooK each limnfh or
pect tnat Blanche had a preference lor worn, ami mioii as;wn Know to he versed
r-i.,,nn JH l'lu lrtieular brancli over which it
door, Separated Graco and Blanche to'
make a fpw callsjn, the neiglibprhood, !
and Sonora to retuni home, to dpsonie'
shoppiug,i$vitli her .mother, .preparatory
to rcturnihg'to 2sow York thc'follpwing
week. - . lert tlie room, dvinsr Harrv a look from
The time fntervening was spent in! her roguish eyes,
amusements pf various kinds, the Col. ' "We ought to take that chop along
doing all in hi power to promote the with in," said Harry, laughing. "She
"I don't know, I declar. I picked it
up on dCiStoop, but'spected. it was for
you, 'coz de-Missus don't want lub let
ters," and grinning from ear to ear she
ll.ircilLC. . . ' Is lilneetl. Ml l..nrt. Ilr!.l,miu
,tf St tu .lffllnnlli tn ifiml." Said! . "t "...P ."V "t" .""ist
xrebimu i. -.-a v. ... ...... 1 j l(, t. jiiKii :i
anil leafli' before nnnlvixrr
n.it.t . f ..!.... 1.. .. '.. t... ... 4 1 . "
,..iu3i. iui i fstviin.iiiu iii-me tiuiiic oi lllu ttiture.
I.AUiiaKiuiuiry.noiinisuaii see that all
she.' "But where -is, Sbnora.' : i
1 rs...l 1. II ..- .1
go aitu i.uu ..t . .. ; well, -aud that all.arckcpL
. As soon, as.tho.door. closed upon her xjufi'ofti.e btillJ.7 Sve ha-e dis-"
Col. Hewitt' tunied.to-hlsjwifeisaying, j posej 0f its washing, sewing and iron-
rri.ot'Mri i ilwn.dnnnridiunontJt." I ing. 'Wlflcii'are no -Btuuir items. Ami nil
"So I am beginning to think,-- tbafesho. tho iokly; children,, too, for tho coming
x i A.,ut- TtntJwomau will have, no.cruss aud sick chil-
likes Clarence ! have no doubtv BuM(,ren takt.'cn?c-of. ' Tlie future mother
whether he likes her 1 3 the question, will have too deep a sense of her obllga
observed Harry. lions to posterity to cure the world
..ri'f!.nini.rt-tniirsolfon record now
vorlii!? Woman Suffrage s.iiec'tbero:is,n
stwug probability that it vJIiroe suc
cesbful at no distant day.
Jr- (J. J nqvo no aiiHNunu.ui .iu.e
lo place mysen
it mav bosucees:
only, for a short
UUiK. . ..... ,11 !.V-
rr-j I) -I tillUK ii iviiienuure as mtijj
as' nialc' sufl rage, for that is about as
corrupt as it can be. -
Mr G I think when everybody else
is'in' ravor of this matter J may be
i tn. iiiink well of it too. but then
it will be of no advantage, to you.
wish vou a pleasant gwi w
annearauces. arc not peculiar to Lanland.
but are common to the whole Aretie re
gion, was proved by the sketches or Sir j
rl.r. n . 1 I .. ...I. 7..1. 1,A '
dUllLI 4..J 4... .4. 4V..I1, ..11.14 4.U 41.4
as if it were not martrydom to, them as
well as to you. Such is. Ifi'cir Jo?o for
all good objects, such their 'eagcrnels to
sympathize' with all their' follqwcTeat
ures! But there is nothing tlioypity as
they . pity a lonely young raau.-O. llr
ivrcxleaii ivonieu of tho wealthier
which emit a bright phosphorescent,
light. In order to catch these-bOgthe
Indians fasten.a live coar to a stickr-niid
move it to and fro in the darkw;5riie
cucujo thinks tills a rival, in his apger
darts towards It, and finds, the of
his liberty in the hands of tho 'trapper.
The Indians linn reau.v. wV iul uu. ...
.... rnri! va'vnni- pseeii. .In the summer time the scenery
Z ftdXit it wil be o of Swedish Lapland presenls no rcmark
,,. it mm iol Pn ,Mc feature, Aud would be considered
rt time. It cannot en- ( but in winter the white-bennled
" KoiW .rfnot - ask'tryou that -v.iu
received the impression tiiatUor- . . ....
ace wa-s not favohiblyjncjjned to yonr
Magician of tho North takes these cbm
mon objects aud Iransmits them into
, ... , . i . ,i
marvels, -vu coior v.tuisites, auu uic.
tliing becomes spotless white. The for
ests covered witli snow" do not show a
.slntTlo-HooUof-L'reeii :-eacl tree stands
. there as .white as ivorv. hard as marble
: and brittle as glass. I have looked over
twenty miles ot landscape wmcn rescm-
ona carveci in ino purest aia-
the larger cities, whore UieyreJought
at two reals twenty-five ccupor
Tliey are kept in oleganflittlc- cages,
fed ou slices of sugar, cane, .andlbaMiocl
twice a day. In the evening., thpy,are
put into little sacks, shaped like nfees,
anil attached to the ladies' dressfer,,Tho
light these bugs emit surpassed ;in'Jbril
liancytlie rellection of the pnrestudia-
1 - 'T1. . 1 41. .1.-1. . ' '
mouus. iitit u;ttt uuui muy.recetve is
M;i ii... -irin-
ueeeasiii j , .is uuuui ib mey wouin
mt. ureeicy gives, ins ppiuiofl.as
.1. I , . . e ? -t . nn,'.iiT4j
1IIU UlTSlr lllUli; UI lillSllli: WU1I I .1L141.11B.
as follows: "Plant two rows 'of Tiobbi-
nette, hcm'Stitched, and inseTtednwith
douuic-seodett rumes of. hroctiue 'tape,
i witli a Quilled gusset at each cud..' Then
ho snow Iodgiugon tlie twigs
brant-lies, and freezing, thus bridge .
Mrs. Jones.-hnWd, wo M-nbtra ly i d tire-eTmfflloirest " things into tlie -' ,,njf a,!aclrc1 JQ ftH.fr n-
...... 4.,itf,ai.t-V oninii -lil- . . . . . t.r.Hi flr.nl.l.i.iiOlQ.1 i.Tau .ui liifira mit
convinceu uwt "I'l-: '.,.i.ii inosi laniastic anu suggestive lorms. . " . -i'V.i.jiHi
frage. but we are aisti iu.ij ..l.'""" '" There are restoon. candelbra. cbthie n.,uS irayerseiyacrpss mo ".V-:, -
iiinuacles, laOe curtains,, flowers?; palm
leaves aud colos.-wl spires in a bewilder
iug confusion, whieli dazzle, the eye.-
rrom his manner 'that siiould he be
elected he will turn cvdry Woman now
ocmipyingau oflicial position ouCoMier
place. j 1 '
': ..ev. if aT.i ft1 fathbr to His 'son
hear that vou and yourwifc quarrel anil
ri-mmrlr- every day het. me warn .you
II "W in.
against sucu a ini.u " "
ever lold you thai, lather, was totally
n.ui.triinr .n v wife and I liaT?it' tspoken
to one another for n month
.. SWEirr PicKiJir (Pkac'hes). Boil t
pickle made of one nlntarid n. hhlfnf ol
der vinegar, three noundS ami a lmir of.
sugarwith niac'6, elovtis anU'cinhamon;.
H "oiiitig not over six pounds
fruit plums require fivd pounds of su
gar to six of fruit.
.1. i!.i ...5.1. ....:.. nnnliOllO
mu Hiuiiu mien-wim wm r--- ,i
fluted ticking, and with loper caro anil
no chinch bugs; lib crop wIlbC J en
did one.-.'Reacl my-afesaroiarmln
-voun- woman, and go Y. est9liy all
: Western woman has JS.
ent rqr a uew,svyio V' r:w vm make
a combina Ion cuslV.j'Ioflk to
1 various noted firm