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About The enterprise. (Oregon City, Or.) 188?-1891 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1890)
The dim lnul only loft soft tttirmtli mm tin
apricot on lior whtte akin. IKir limlw,
ttion&h atroim mountain pony's, wr
tandor ami weil slmped. lit hnlr curled In
thluy, crumpled inim', and tumbled nlsm&
hor shoulders, llor pretty, round, plump
little broost n white na the lllios In tti
grass w 11 hout, and In Mil blooming time of
lur Utile lit I'obee, in box tray, Isnuitl
ful w pencil bloom Is beautiful, and hii- In
mxvnt, coiiinjrwus, happy .ve bod drvnuni
In thorn uti'loiiionth tholr liitightor sliwtms
that went further than the given wood of
taction, fiut'ier oven than the white clouds
fcho could not uiova wnoitji thorn Mly w
poets, and rIi'Is love txj do; alio hiiit to Ih net Ive
aml.lsl thorn, else drought and ruin, and
worm ami snail, and hlisii and frost would
have made havoc of tholr flit hope.
Tuo lovelici.t love U that hioh dreams bl;;h
hove nil stout:, utisoiled by all bunions; but
perhaps tlia strongest lov I that which,
hllt it , lores, drnpi tt foi't through inico,
and burns lt brow lu hrat, for the tiling ln,
lored. So Helve dnunod In her parvlcu; hut nil
the time for sake of It honl and dug, and hin t
her hands, and tlivd h.r limb, Mini bowed
her nhouldor under the groat nutiil ut
from the wvlL
This wondrous morning, with the bright
bunion of her tlxtoon year upon her, alia
dressed herself quickly and fed hr fowls ami,
bappy a a bird, weul to alt on hor hill
wooden stool In th doorway.
There had boon frwh rain In the nlhti tha
garden wa radiant, tba ainoll of the not
earti WMtwMter Man all perfumes lli.-it uro
bnnuxl In pA'aivsv
Ilia dripping rowbuda noddivl a;nliiat lnvr
hair as aha wtMit out; tha atarlinj; alU to
htvr, "IMvo, lloboo Mi Jmir, b'ii Jour "
ThoorolI tha wortla It know. Itfcildtho
kuuo words a tliousaud tlmoa a Wivt lUit
to HoK It Rvml that th tarllii;j iu. t
(Wtsiiul; know that alio was 10 yours old thul
Ivnakli,,; hor brvcvd Into tho milk, aha t In
thodawu and thought, wisliout knowing Hint
tha thought It, "lU'W gvnl it U to liv whou
Hio Is yoitn,;!"
OM (wi'lo sir thj e:ma thins ofton, but
i.ty !,U whon thoy MJ It, llrbvi) stnlloiL
MtiM ICrpb oMn.J httr tov In tha lu ll
eottn ; and nodd,i ornr tha wall
Mint a tin thina to b 101 A morrj
Miu'tha, thooiirpontcir'wlfo,caiuoout from
hw f.:u brwvn in hand.
"Tlio holy aninta keop you, Dolw, hy,
you aiotuio a woman nowl"
Tho liultf childivn of Varnhart, tha ch.tr
cil but nor, almworo as oor as any iiioii-'
in tha old ohun-lxw, rushisl out of thru ht!l
homo iij the Inno, bitiit;inj; with thoiu a ralio
stuok full of su.;:ir atid K and liixl imiuhI
aillia bltio riblx'n, that tholr niothor hud
inriilo that vorr work, all In hor honor
"Only A Cn'Uv! uoh a grand riilo;"
Ih.-y sh m: l, ,l,i;i'lns down tin) liitnv "Juh'S
pl.-kivl I!:-.' v'"' ami Joiinno wahoil tho at
nuvK a.-1 1 t'ln i.-lino to'k Iho rlbb'ii otf h t
om ii (v.nimimi.'ii i-ji-all br you-nll l'r
you. but .ni w.ll l t us wiw un.l it It t.'i"
lld fi -an lui i-o l'.is!t, nhnvvus t;:i ,!. !. i
KoiiMl slo it Ijtok.'ll, tli'bbliil thn'll ;ll I!::'
1,-r.i.s on lU'i-oniloli.n mid iioI.UhI lirr w!u!r
li:iKin Iio.lI, and s:iii11 at Ih'Usx
"I Ini v nothing to five you, ll'.tle on- rt
ro t my blo!n-;, if you car for that."
Hi'lK-e rnn out, breaking from IharhlKlron.
and knolt down In tlw wot cram, and bout
hor iixtty sunny boad to tha lnlloti otu j
Trina, tho millor's wife, tl rlih.t wounui
of thoui all, oaljij to tho child from tho st i ;
of the mill:
"A ni MTy yonr, an I thobUwingof ll.wven, '
floboa! Come ii, and hora Is my tlrst dih ol
chorrioa for you; not tn.tol on myself , thoy
will make you a fit with Varnhwt's mka,
tJioujjh slio sliould hnvo known lioitvr, so .or
assho Is. fhiinty tvj;lnsat bonus and th.w
children's stomaohs ara empty."
liebuo rn up and then down ngiin k'
Mly, with hor l.-ipful of big black eheirus
Tamlwur, tho old white dog, who had u-!
to drai her atmt In his milk cart, Unplug
on her in sympathy and congratulation.
"What a i:i;xir no will have.'" tlieiTiol to
tha cl;aroil bunior'a children, who were
turning aunitHTsaiilta in th il.vk 1,'nviw,
where the swam stared and hiwL
When one Li sijtwn, cherriia and a v.U
have a t'.avor of I'armluosiill, rspccially h .n
. they art tasted twice, or thru-a at w.ot, lu all i
. the, year.
An old man called to her as the went by
hi door. All those little cabins lie clow to
V 1 (rotbar, sritb only their apple troee, or their tall
beans, or their hedge of thorn between them ,
you may rdle by and never notice them U
you do not look for theto under the leaves
closely, as you would for thrushes' mats.
lie, too, was rery old; life long neighbor
and gossip of Antulno's; be had been a day
laborer In these same fluids all his years, and
had ncvor traveled further than where th
rod" mill sails turned among tha cola and tho
"Come In, my protty ono, fur a second,"
he whispered with an air of mystery that
made UoU-o's henrtiulcken with cipsvtnncy.
"Come In, 1 have something fur you. They
wero my d a I daughter s you have heard
mo talk of bor Id.'vtto, whodiel forty years
or wrong", they sny; for ma, I think it was
yester lav. i'ura Krel she is a hard wo
man h'-;:r l mo talking of my rirl. t ho
burst out lan.'hlng, 'lnri snke, foul, why,
your girl wouid bo sixty now an slio Imd
" LvimL' V.'vU, so it nny bo; you se', the new
mill was put up tho week she died, mid jou
call tho now mill old; but, my pirl, sho I
young to mo. Always young. Como hero,
l!elxo wr'rit after him, a lit tlo awe.1, Into
tho dusky Interior, that duelled of stored ap
ples and of dried herbs that hung from the
ronf. Lu re was a walnut wood press, such
as tlio piasuitsof I ranco and tho low coun
tries keep their home spun linen in nnd their
own kco that rerves for tha nuptials anil
baptisms of half a score of PoneraUons.
Tho old man unlocked It with a trembling
hand, and thero enmo from It an odor of deiid
lavender and of withered roso kaves.
On tho shjlvcs thoro woro a girl's tot of
clothes, nnd n girl s sabots and a girl a com
munion veil and wreath.
"They are all hers," ho whirred; "nil
bora. And sometimes In tha evening timo 1
soo her coming nlonj tho lano for them do
you not knn; I Thero ia nothing chnng"l.
nothing changod; the ktoss, and tho trees,
and tho huts, nnd tho pond arn all here why
should sho only bo gono away T'
"Antoino is gono."
"Yes. liut ho was old; my girl Is young."
IIo stood a moment, with the prena door
Ofien, a ptirplexed troublo In his dim oyos; the
divine faith of lore and tho mulo liko stupid
ity of Ignoranco malo him cling this one
thought without power of Judgment in It
"They any sho would be sixty," ho said,
with a little dreary smilo. "Hut that Is ab
surd, you luiow. Why, she had chocks like
yours, and sho would run no lapwing could
fly faster over corn. Those aro her things,
you sen, yes all of them. That is tho sprig of
weotbrisr Aid woro In hor belt tho day before
tho wagon knocked hor down and killed her.
I have never touched tha things. Tut look
hero, Ueboo, you aro a good child and true,
and liko her ju:,t a littlo. I moan to give you
her silver clasfis, They wero her grout-grent-great-grandmotlier's
before hor. God knows
bow oi l they aro not. And a girl should
have Bomo littlo wealth of that sort and for
Tlio old man stayed behind, closing tho
press door upon tho lavender scented dollies,
and sitting in tlio dull shadow of tho hut to
think of his daughter, dead forty summers
Belieo went out with tho bravo broad silver
elai about her waist, and tho tears wot on
ber checks for a grief not hor own.
To be killed just when one was young and
was loved like that, and all tha world was In
Its Way day flowerl The silver felt cold to
hor touch as cold as though ft were tho dead
girl's bands that bold her.
Tho garland that the children strung of
daisies and bung about bar bod never chilled
But littlo Jeanno, tho youngest of the char
coal burner'! little tribe, running to meet
tor, screamed with glee, and danced In tho
"Oh, Boboel how you gllttorl Did the
Virgin send you that off her own altar! ot
me see let mo touch I Is it mado of tho stars
or of the sun 1"
And Bebeo danced with tho child, and tho
silver gleamed and sparkled, and all tlio
people carno running out to sco, and the milk
carta wore half an hour later for town, and
the hens cackled loud unfed, and the men
even stopjxid on their way to tho fields and
paused, with their scythes oa tholr shoulders,
to Btaro at the splendid gift.
"There Is not such another set of clasps In
Brabant; old work you could muko a fortune
of In tho curiosity shops In the MontagnOj"
sui t Trlii ICn lo, goluil upthtO w m
"Hut, nil th noo, you know, Delve, things
o;T a ilt-n.l luMv hriitji inlsrhnno. anuwtlmea,"
tint HeUvjd.mivd with the child, and did
Whose felo diiy had evar bagim tike this
one of hers!
t:heo:ia 1, t(U-Hvt id heart and should not
hava on ml fx mo h vanities; but when on Is
only hi, and has only a little rough woolan
frock, a id siu hi Ih innrkat plaoeor the
Io-hi i-tHiia, niih other kI'Is around, how
thouM one U HltO),ilhii' Indlirorant to (
broad, ainlkwuil, baaiiliful shU'ld of silvan
that snk!il with imoh step one bH'kt
A quarter of an hour idl thus was all.
however, that Hivli or Iwr frlnuda could
sj are at tsoVUvk onasunmier uiorulug, whao
the oily was waitliut fur H Kgs, It holisy.
Its (lew via lis cronni and It butUr, and
TamUuir wan nhaklng his hnthar harness lu
Imi aiuwv to ln'olf with his nillk raas;
Ho ! vbo, all holiday though It was, and
heroin th.n,:h slia fell lnrwlf, ran Indoors,
put up lii i e.ilow and cIhi i Iiss put bar two
ivitjtei ful out of the garden, Uvkod bar hut,
and went on hor ipilek and happy little faai
along tha giny wths toward tli olty,
, Tha sorting, ami t) lug up of th Howeii n)i
alwnvs left until sh was silting under th
awning In front of th HnxHlhuls; th asm
awning, tawny as an autumn nr and
want her blown na an old anil, which had
i ve.l to shelter Antoln Mansfnun bunt and
mln throiii.h nil the is ot bis life.
"tlo to ib Madoliilna; you will niak mon
ey there, with your pretty bin yaa, IMiae,"
vs'pla had i.at.i to her of late but Helm had
hlmken hei head.
Wh. ro (!u h id tut In her hiibyhoxl at At
tomeV i,vt, she would sit so lon aa sli sold
lleweis III llliels-er, utldariMMtll til
shadow ef tha llolhla towars that saw tf
I lei I'icli, fnitn .1 yrtun old, liad fcswn
U I-.1 tii sit l.U hlnv. She knaw all Die
jH. tha !,! ciihhlcr.who sat next her, and
vii.iteivl ti.l day long Ilk a uuigpla; the
IrtMi', who had orniu up many a muuiinr
nli.ht to ib Ink a Kin with Antolnei th
fh.sip John, who chentisl evarylxxly !,
but who had always given bar toy or
trinket at every Tela Iheii all th summers
ha hnl known; tha littlo old woman, sour a
a cents who sold rutarle and picture of
Hints, and IHtle wniou I'hrlsts iion a li-ay;
Iha big dogn who pulhsl the carts In, and lay
(wntiiig all day under the rush bottoniad
chairs on n hu h tha agg wlvaa and the fruit
j -!Un"s s it, and knlttsl and cliaffomil; nay,
; even tha gorgtsms hullr and th frowning
j g .'iii'.ai ni.s who mahalisl th folks Into or
i d.-r as tla-y went up for municipal ragUtrlaa,
orf. rtown ml .l.nneniior, Hh knaw tham
all, l a I km w:i them all tar since sh had
tlr-.t tr. ::.! lu I. ken lit I la dog at Antoln.'s
j So IV! o staved th.ira.
! It K p-r);.i s tho liuv t bountiful wpuir la
all tMi ilu'i u Kunipts with It block tllnliar
j an I giMnl cnr lnr's, nnd blntonoil windows,
I and iiiiii.-.tie st'iitchaoiis, and fitutastio pin
j n i' I s. i'!' it l'.eUs did not know, but sh
l.ned It, and -ha Kit rcliitely bi front of tin
I PivslhnK a, -llmg her llowars, smiling, cha
tiiv;, h.'lpii'g tha old woman, counting bar
! h:;l eating her bit of tiroad at notav
day h'.a anv other market girl, but at time
! t: lancing up to the stately toners and th
l liw kkv, with a U'k on her fac that mail
! tle'ol.l tin!,-'r and cobbler whimper togathari
" W hat Uv' htie a tharatti dead pispl or
111 Cil' S?"
! The truth was tlint even Mobae hervlf did
U 't know vary surely what sh saw some
thing that wm still nearer to bar than vn
this kiivl'v crowd that loved hor. That was
all she could have nul l ha I anvbody askrd
I'ut ii.-iie did.
i .No one w anted to heir a hat tho dead said;
; and for the nr. ; Is, tho tinker and tho cobbler
were of oj ini. :i (hut one hail only tuo much
i ef thinii is-iilj -tu red bout everywharo, and
thiuli'g on (ill tha casaineiits In reverene be
It sk,. ii. of cotirA
; nniTcn ia
j "I re::; .t.ls ts It wo your nam day,
rlul I. lb re iir half a doen eggs," mid one
. of f t I. n n ; s, and t!ia httla crssa woman
i .th tl o -Mai's (ray addal a waxen tit
A.m.-a, v! red ml and yellow to th Try
h.c, no d.-ol c, and tha old Cheap John bad
saved I. r a eii-a for th stariuigj and th
.linker li a l n ciniiu chaoso for bar In via
Kr.f, an.) the sw,stmont seller brought bar a
beautiful glided horn of sugar plums, and th
cobbler had mado her actually a lr of shoal
rH shin's, U-nutlful slinas to go to dism In
and twn wnn.lr In to all th neighborhood.
And tliev ' icuge,! round hor and ailorad tb
silver ai.l buckles; and whan Uuba got
fairly to Ii r stall and traitla txgan, sh
thought onm mora that nobody s fot day
had over dawned like hera,
Wh-n tho chimes began to ring all over
tlio city she could hanlly Nillav that tli
cnrill ii was n t saying Its "Iau Doo" with
mm :ie.'!:d meaning In It Mia of bar.
Tho eh 'Tiling went by as usual; th nolaa
of the thr-r s alwut bar liko a driving of
angry wii;.! but no more hurting her than
the nn,-i U on tho roof of St. Oudul are burl
by the norm when It breaks.
Th day w !! a buy ono, and brought In
gol pn ;;t IVIieahail no len than fifty sous
lu t. r liu'.li'-r m h when it waa over a
sum i. f im - iliu 'e In tho groan lane by Ui
A f w of 1, -r iri'ia roKn wero still unsold,
that w.i.s nil, w hen tha Ave Maria began ring-
In;: over the boin L id tlio icoplodniirsed to
tut ir h irnr-f or their plcai.uring.
It vvi :i a warm gmy evuulng; tho street
were full, tlicro wero blossoms In all the lial-
coni.-i, and gny colors hi all the dross, Th
old tu.iier put l.n t.-U together and whis
pered to her:
"I; . bo", a it la y.air feast day, come and
stroll In Kt. Hubert's guilery, and 1 will buy
you a little f ilt heart, or a sugar apple stick,
or a rihiion, and so can see the puppet show
liut tho cLiMren wore waiting at bom)
sho would not Rjond tho evening lu the city,
she only thought sho would just kneel a mo
ment in the cathedra) and any a tittle prayer
or two for a minute the aalnU wor so good
In riving her so many frimuls.
l'eo le lookivl after her as sh went through
the te. i tint, picture like street, where sun
light Ml niul between the peaked high roofs,
and litnirt n era hero ami there lit In the brio-a-brnc
fIioji and tho fruit stall.
Iler littlo muiiiln rnp blew back like the
win;-sof a wh!u butterfly. Iler sunny hnlr
caught th;i Icit sun ray, Ilor foot were fair
hi tho lu oa u wooden shoos. Undor tho short
sroolan airlrui tho praoe of her pretty limb
movwl fi e, !)- llor broad silver clai shon
liko a chieid, en I she was utterly unconscious
that any one looked; sho was simply and
gravely Intent on reaching St. Oudule to say
her ono p.'uyer and not keep to children
Homo ci;n loanhig Idly ovor a balcony In
tho street that la muned after Mary of Bur
gundy saw bur going thui He loft tb bal
eony end wttut ujwu bis stairs and followed
Tha sun dazzle on tho diver bad first caught
his eight; nnd thea he had looked downward
at tho proti y feet,
Tlicao ere tho chnnaa womoo call fate,
liebco i. ali her sulutatlon to the high
altar, nnd k'jj'.o cm Into the chcpol of tho
Balnt fcarc.iiwtit; It was that raw that she
Hho snld her prrvur and Uiankod the saint
for all tiialr r.ii-tsnud goodno, ber clospod
hand nr:al:i.;t her eilver shield, ber basket on
tho pavement by her, oboveUond theiunset
rays sTree.iiilu-j purple nnd crimson and
golden through the painted window thatar
tiie ivoiidor of tlia world,
When her prayer was done she itlll kneeled
thoro; her hoad thrown back to watch the
light, hor hands clasped still, and on ber op
turned face the look tlint made the paopl say,
" W hat docs che rj( the angel or the da&dl"
Blip forgot overythlng, Hh forgot th
cherrli'i- ut homo, end the children evou. Bh
was lootlti.'; ui'wcid ct tho stories of the
palmed pc:u'j; s;.o v.rs lluu-jbij to the we
ago nf tha dying fiimwy s i was fommg
''-!;., iniiiilnmlily th teiulet
i ..: (': f.-ierrd pl.u' and the awful
.'. , '! if :'i ' e.orl'l lii wliich she with harsi
.' v"i . ; n.: .!l nloti'i, like a Utile blue eon
l ' i '- r .:! v I ii win at (hat goo for grist
m il :.i- I'M . , th;:t makes men drunk,
ror i no k.ti al'iiio, l.hoiigh she had so many
frier.ds. 0'iit.e nlotn' nomeliinoH; for (Jod had
been cruel to her. and had mado hor a lark
V,'l, - ;i tlio sum faded and tho bountiful ca
im ii!. In t nil ijmv and niennlng, llolioorose
with n flai l led look had nho boon dreaming!
wukU night would tho children bo sorry
linil yf sn;)p'-re.nH to beiU
"iluve yon n rou'lnid left to soil to mo?" a
inn n's voire mid not far oif; It wa low and
sweet, n liecaino the Hocramont chapel.
IJub lixiked up; sho did not quite kno
what sh saw, ohly ilurk aye smiling (nt
lly the Instinct of hnhlt si is sought In Iter
baakat and found thnsi mow rowwi sh bald
tliaui out to him.
"I don't sail Mowers ham, but 1 will rIvi
tharn to ymi," sli said, m hr pretty, giav
"1 oftvu want flowers. anld Ms itrangar.
ahtOi'k th bud "W hor do you wll
your In th niarkatl"
"In th0mnd plao."
"Will you tall m your uame, v'lty outJ
"I am lletia,"
Thaiw srer ieople aoiuliy tnto th eliuivu.
Th balls wvitl Ismiulug aNivelipait for Vi
para Thar was a almlh nf ehnlis and a stlt
of foot Hoys In whit want to and fro,
lighting th candles. Oia.il clouds of shadow
drifted up Into tha hHf and bid th angola
Hh nulihsl liar little head to him.
"Hood night) I cannot stay, I havo a cnki
at hmu to night, and th chlldrau are sit
ing." "Ahl that la luisii Unit, no doubt, IndissL
Will you buy sum more cakas for th chll
dran from mat"
It slid a gold plao In liar bamL Hh
looked at It in annuo. In th traan lane by
lAekan uo on vr saw gol.L Thou h gavs
tt hliu back.
"1 will not Ink money In church, nor any
whare, atoapt what th flower are worlk
II followed bar and bald back th heavy
oak door for bar and wut out hi to th alt
It was dark already, but In tb square thsrs
wa still th Cool, bright, rUurua colored
llabaa'l woislen shoo went pattering down
th sloping and uneven stoua. liar tltlls
gray flgur ran quickly through th deep
slia.l cat from tha tower and walla Hoi
drmiiis had drifted away, bh wa thinking
of thaohlhtran and (hveaJkn.
"You or In such a hurry boeaus of tin
caiol" said bar new ciutom.ir, a h followsd
llaUw looked back al him with mill In
bar blu eye.
"Yes; tiiay will h walling, you know, and
there are cherries, too,
"It la grand day with you thanf"
"It Is my Ma day I am 14"
fib waa proud of this, bh told It to tht
rary dogs lu th street
"Ahl you fuel old, t dare sayl"
"Ob, quit old I They eauuot coll m
child any mora,"
"Of course not; It would t ridiculous.
Are those prawn ts In your basketr
"Ys, vary on of thauu" Bh paliwsl t
monwnl to lift th dead vlu Itatres and show
him th beautiful shining red shoe. "Look I
-old UrUiiiulr gav nw than. I sliall waar
thain at iusm ueit Huu.Uy. usvar bad t
pair ot shoos hi my Ufa."
"But bow will you wear shoe without
It wa a suake cast hi to bar Eduu.
the had never thought Of it
" I'm hap 1 can save money and buy somo,"
sh aiwwarnl, after a and littlo pause. "Hut
tlint I could not do till next year, Thay
Would cost serural franca, I iippo,
"Units a good fairy giro Uuuu to youT
IWba smiled; talrliw war real things to
bar rvlatlous Ittdovd. Bh did not Uua-liM
that b sk In Jmt
"Boiuatlma I pray vary much ami thlnrs
con ms" alt anld, softly. "Wban tlM Ulotrs
d IHJtwi was cut Im k too soon on summar,
and never bUemunad, and w all thougbl II
was daa.t, I prayad all day long for It, and
nrr thought of anything iai and by au
tumn It was all In naw leaf, and now It Sow
srs or fliwr than ever.
"But you watered I whilst you prayed, I
Tb arraui cwped hr.
Bhwa wuuddi lng to harsalf htlir It
would b rain and wicked to pray for a pair
of stocking! tlw thought h would go and
ask fat bur Francis.
By this Urn they war In th Ru Royal,
atvl half way down It Tb lamp were
lightad. A riUiicnt w marching up with
bond playing, Tlw w uulowa war open and
peopla war laughing oud singing lu loai of
tlwtu. Thellht caught th whit and glided
fronts of th bouse. Tb pleasure aklrg
crowds Llfiul alokg la th warmth uf th
Baboo, riJ.!sily rxisiyl from har thought
by tb loud challenge of tlw military mwao,
looknl round vu Uw (Uanur, oud UwUuud
"clir I do Bst kr.-w you why should roo
com with nwl I H not do It, pwase. You
luaa m talk, ana that moo nw lata."
And sh pushed hor tskt further on bar
arm. and nodded to bun, and raa off-
6ouy hire tlirouga. Urn aiuuog tb
irms ot tiw peo)U.
"To-aiurrow, iittl oo h answrd br
with a caraki) siuila. and Ut bar go luipur
ud Above, from In open cnmwut uf a
cafe, aotn young nwo and uaw plntd
wouwn Uuiiod ouu and threw twwtawat at
him. a In carnival tuua,
"X new tuodtl that pretty pauontr thy
11 laughed In answer, and want up tht
tap to Join tuem: b dropped th moss
row a ho want, and trod un thain, and did
Bb ran bom a fait a her ft wou'J
Th children war all gsthsrsd aboot bar
gat In tli dinky, dewy vning; thay met
bar with shout of welcom and reproach In
termingled; they bad been watvhlng for her
slnre first the sun had grown low oud red,
and now the moon was risen.
But they forgave ber whan they saw tlw
splendor of liar pnwanta, and she showonsl
out among thetu fere MvlclUor's horn of
Thay daubed Into the hut, they dragged
th oiw little table out among tli flowers;
th cbarria and rak war spread on It, and
tb miller' wlfo bail giveu a big jug of milk,
and Father Francis himself hail sunt sum
Th early nmt wore full of scant in Ib
Jew; the great gillyflower hreallusl out
fragrance lu the dusk; tho gout came and
nibbled tho weetbriar unrobiikcd; tho chil
dren refloated the Flemish bread grace, with
clasped bauds and reverent eyes: "Oh, dear
littlo Jesus, como and sup with us, and bring
your boautifid Alother too; we will not for
get you are Uod." Then, that said, they ate,
and drank, and laughed, and picked cherries
from each other's mouths like little black
birds; the big white dog gnawed a crust at
their feet; old Krobe, who had llddls, and
could play It, came out and trilled them rudo
and ready Flemish tune, such na Tonlcr or
lliori might have Jumped to before an nle
bouse at the Kormesao; Beboe and th chil
dren Joined hands, and danced round to
gether In th broad whlto moonlight, on th
gram and by th water side; tlw Idlers enmo
and sat alxjut, the women netting or spin
ning, and the men smoking a pip before bed
timo; the rough, hearty Flemish bubbled llkoa
brook in gossip, or rung llkoa horn over a Jest ;
Bo bee and the children, tired of their play,
grew quiet, and chanted together the "Ave
Maria Htella Virginia;" a nlghtlngnle among
th willow sang to the sleeping (wans.
All wa happy, quiet, hoinuiyi lovely also
In it simple way.
They wont early to tholr tieds, as people
must do who rise at dawn.
Beboe loaned out a moment from her own
little casement ere she too went to rust.
Through an open lattice there souudod th
murmur of some littlo child's prayer; th
wind sighed among the willows; the night'
hignlos sang on in the dark nil was still
Hard work awaited hor on tho morrow, nnd
on all the other days nf the year.
Sh was only a littlo peasant she must
weep, and spin, and dig, and delve, to got
daily her bit of black bread but that night
she was a happy as a little princess In a fairy
tale; happy In hor playmates, In hor flowers,
In ber six toon years, lu ber rod shoes, In ber
silver buckles, becauso she was half a woman;
bappy in the dowy leaves, In th singing
birds, in the bush of the night, In the sense of
rest, In the fragrance of flowers, in the drift
ing change ot moon and clouds; bappy be
cause sho wa half a woman, because she wa
half a poot, because she wa wholly a poet
"Oh, doar swans, how good It Is to b 101
how good It Is to live at all I do you not
tell the willows sof" snld Hobo to th gleam
of sllvor under the dork leave by th water'
side, which allowed hor whore hor friends
were sleeping, with their snowy whig closed
over tholr stately beads, and tho veiled gold
and ruby of tholr eye.
Tho swans did not awoke to answer.
Only the nightingale answered from the
willows, with Dowlumonn's song.
But Iloboo hod never hoard of Dosdemona,
and the willows had no slgb for hor.
"Good nlghtl" she ald, softly, to all the
green dowy slooplng world, and then she lay
down and slept hersolf. The nightingale
tano' on. and the willow trembled.
(To bo continued.)
T lie (il l-lit Willi or ( lllilil.
Tim l(v, Win, l Hiiiigun. nf Kiilgitn,
Nnitll I'hlnit. writes aa Inflow In tlio
Mlsaliiimrv lioriil l ;
H any uno iloubu Urn oxIbIoimd ol
I'lilnii's Kitnit Willi, lot linn eoiiin with
me to Kalgan, ami sou for liiniM'K Hi
blmilloal wall Imlll lv tho Hint Kinpaior
Chin. In 200 11, (.',
Taks a ataiit)(r ilorcm tho Tni'lllo to
Tianlscn tlioli a unlive IhuiI. lip Ihn )'c
llu river lliroo iluja. limn prtck sadilln or
iiiiiIii lltlnr llvo iliivs iiiuie, tlinmgh
iiioiiiilnili" nml iiIiiIi'ih lu Hainan. Ile
loie yoil feiii li liiu rllv ynti hc Hilitik
linn along Urn lilllliipa Just Imvoiul tint
town, hihI by tlm limn vuu enler om
uninKiiinil vuu son tlm wnlla alioli'lilng
awiiy over llio iiiiiiiiilnlna ua larnsiliu
ova can rcni'li, lmtl imat mul ot,
wllli liiwois (in alt llu proiniiieHl a leva
llniiM, Aa wo nay II a vUll (nr chwor In
Hpaciluii, you liml It a wliiiliiiw orrlilgo
ol roilillhli-bruwn pnridiyry mck luokon
not ml, into Irregular' lilucka, Thim
aro sn well lltlod lo nu ll other llititllu
oulor suiliiea la tolerably ainoolli, mid
IniH Munewlmt the iipMHi'iiiiu'o ul ciay
It Is alumt ton root bioitd nf in banc
and lllloeii loot high, tlio allies sloping
to a aluirp rldgo like n Nloon lioiine ioo.
Yon may follow lliia wall raalwnnl to
the sea, nml westward to Kaiiaiili, tlio
nnitliwimloi n provlnco; and so lining
you will buvo linvoisi'i! tlm 'intlio north
ern (iMiilior id t'lilna, lllleen Imiuliril
miles, 'I'liougli vuu Hud M'vernl Inn
dnn I inilcsiil udiiUsuti-ilnod imid wall,
vet ellier liiinilrcils'of miles are of giaul
brick niul higher limn at Knlgiiii, lly
the 1 1 mo vuu Imve tracoil It length von
will Ih willing to coiii'tvln not only llml
China has it grant wall, but also that
the nilar w ho could run pier so runt a
country, dilvo out tlio invading Tiutnm,
and build it furtllicullon llftoon liiiudraii
miles long to keep lliciu out, was
worthy to lo railed tlio Drat emperor,
and to glvo III iisiiio (I'bliia) tu the
II any ono inuglisiit tho fully of spend
ing so much labor on Niieti a uncles do
(enso, lot Ii hit romemlK-r Hint il Was
dafi'iiso only against huraidmi k rhlois,
armed with uolliiug bill Imwaaiidariows.
A few gtiartla on tlm watclitower could,
with their signal lira on tlio mountain
tups, easily runs tlio villagora, lar uiul
near, to tho ilelensa ol llieir boines,
Ami Ibis wall accouiplii-liiol its purpose
tor over a thousand yours, whan Ilia
great (iliangbia Khan with In briivu
slongol fiilliiwoi briiko tboll way
This sccliiiii nf Ilia grant wall beeoiuis
for ball a mile Ibe city wall of Kalgan.
A beautiful tamplo la built mi this wall
locolobiuto (ihaii jliia KIuiu'h vlcturious
Tli in two tlioiiH.uid year old wall is
lillle known to tlio world at large, be
cause tlicro ia another w all nun Ii o li
enor visited and ilcscriU-il l,y visi'ors
from tlio wantoru woild. It Unoar IVk-
Ing and a fur nuira inipusiiig sliuctur.
This laonlv un inner arm of (Im great
wall, but live hundred miles long, and
not so old bv seven buinlie'l years. Il
is built of cut guiiiil" and gihi l brick,
and is thirty (mh wide at (lis Imso, twan
tv llva loot wide at Iba tup, and thirty
fee! high It la a lino sight as il winds
over tho highest mountain lops
I'll ii ii it graphs.
Mir could not Ixiil, nor ron-l, nor fry,
Nor make a mess of Jmrk and (ripe;
Tha only lima she e'er iiinde pi
as n hen she want l i sriling ty'.
"Tliaso aro cut rules," said tint mr
goon as bo wiit in bis bill.
It ia not always iiroiier t addiass the
young uiiili behind Ilia soda lounl.iiii aa
"iliK-tor, evon though bo la a lltsiciaii
Whan a man niann-s bo intomls to v
No. una in tint family, but oltcu the o
riotl dro g of and be is no one,
llouk Agent ''I won!, I bka tu show
you Ilia latest cvi lupeilin." tlhl Timer
"No ait; I could never learn to rule one
at my tunc uf hie.
"Keep awav from mo, Vou will set
mo on lire!" called out a d:ilo to a reil-
"No daiisor of that." promptly !
plied slid ol the auburn ba ka, "you are
too groan to burn. X i. Joiirniil,
Junior Partner ' Our traveler ought
to b punished. Un told ono ut our nis
(omar.s in Croydon (bat I am an Ignorant
fool. " N-tiuir ran tier I ahull s ak
to him without luil, an I insist Unit no
moro olllce aoerot be divulged.
('(nan Knumerator I to a cilUen
wilh a luxiirielil growth of whiskers!
" What is vour aax?" Citi.i'li "You'd
lake mo for man, wonliln'l you? Cen
sus F.utiuiorutor "Answer tho question,
You may bo tlio bearded woman of the
"This butter," said tho dealer, "cur
ried oir the prir.e ut tlio alula lair "
"Yes," replied the ciiHtuiner as he lusted
it, "CnloHstho prir.e w us a ship's nncliur
and a chain cable, I should think the
butler coiihl have curried it ull eiisily,
American Milliuiiuiro fin l'uris,
proudly) My dniiglitor ia being waited
iiHm bv a duke.
Old Traveller -Well, dukes nniko ex
cellent waiters, Tlieia aro several ol
thoui in our restaurant, too.
IhH'tur Vour service aro required at
Mr. I'ooriiian' late lesideneo IIo died
l'rilrliiker I low nuicli did lie leave?
'Not over IllHK)."
"What will your hill lie?"
"Well, I'll Inuy him fur ha real,"
An Open Letter from Henry JI. Slimier.
(lly Iho I'limuicreiiil Ciible to the Herald.)
biSiiuN, May, 111, 1K!K1, Tint follow
ing notice waa mailed Inst night tu
Mesara. ChnrloH Hciibner'a Sons, ami 1
havo been shown llinoriginiilHlgned copy
Notick to tiik Amuiiican t'riii.ic: ,
I beg (lisliuclly to Hlnto tlint Hie only
liulilisliors in Anieiieii who have any an
lliurily to pulilisli Biiytlnng whnlevei uf
mini) are M"nsrn Scrilinor'a Suns nml
MoHHra. IIin(x'r UrutlieiH. My new and
shortly furthconiing work "In Ihnkeat
Africa," ia excliiHlvely in Iho lunula ot
Messra. ('buries ricribner'M Sons, unit I
ciuinot tuo emphatically condemn (he
conduct of a II im railing Itaelf tho Ilia
toral I'libliHliing Ciiiiipnny, who. in tho
niuiiR of truth unit lustier., put forth an
advortiseinont heuded, Look out I lo
not bo deceived !' which ia nunlo up of
Ihn moHt tiarefneed (iiIhcIiuoiIh.
The work which they iinnoiineo as
"IlerooB of tho Dark (.'ontinent," I re-
puiliulo entirely, They any it contains
all my foillicoiniiig work nml u incut ileal
mori'i I emphatically deny this ulale
inent. I 1 1 live Nimply lo say unco for nil Hint
tlieso people enn by no possibility pub
lish iinylliing of ii i i ins but what limy
(linhonoHtly uppropriittorl from my pro
viiiim woiUh; nnd lining nil American
citizen nnd tliorefnrn liuhling my cony-
right there, 1 rIiiiII In duo timo take
proper tnoaHiirc to protect inyHoli
iigalnl hiii'Ii uiipi'int'ipled roblntry.
1 inn awtire that Hovnrnl other publiHh-
era nre announeing Hiiurioim worka pur
iioiting to be initio. I thoreforo think it
lilglitinio that nil my good fricinU in
America should bo put on their guard
and bear in mind that my authorized
work will bo called "In I hn kunt Africa,"
in two volumes, and will lie published
July by MoBHrn. Chill ies Heriliner'aSons.
IIICNKY 1V1. BTANbKY,
H. J. Shank, Loeiil Agnnt.
If you Want tlrat cIiihh job printing,
send your order to tho KNi'icm-mms
Nullco Is hereby given Hint the under
signed has been duly itpiuiliitcd iiilnilnis
torortho eslatoof 1. 1), Jlarvey, deceased,
All persiins having cliilins iigiiinst sallies
tale are imlllU'd topreneiit the same tome
at jMilwuukin, Oregon, within six niniiths
Irom tho llrMt publication of Ibis notice,
JollNHON it IllI KMAN, All 1 III 1 liHt I'll! (IT.
Attorneys fur Hiiiil Kslnte. . U-IW6
Piltt'd Jui'ie lHth, 1HI").
0. C. T. Go's
Mia - Latona.
Oregon City A iWtlniul.
l.r.AVK I'lillll ANI, LkAVk OlIKOOM ClTV.
7, .'10 A, M, 7:.'HI A M .
HUM A. M. li .Hi) A . M.
IlillKI M. 1MKII' M.
Ha'lO I', M, 2:41) I', M .
0;lll) I M, IUIII I', M,
Hleniner Alton) no Way Landings.
Mourner l.iilona Way l.iiiiilliigs.
H (Ml A, M,
1 1 :( A M .
4:lKl I'. M.
0;:ii) A. M,
iM) I. M.
EAST and SOUTH
Southern PaciHc, Uoulo
Cspress Tiiilns leave I'urtliiud Dully.
sou".)! "I fiii(h'r"
a on r. w I l,v I'uiiUii.l Ar ' a ". iT.
ii ar a l.s lirrsont iigr ,v s it a, a.
1 ( a I Ar s )rin'i.i'ii ,v sue pa.
Atiiira Irsllis slop inily dm (ellntilitf su
liens ttertli ut Hiisaliiirs: I'ioiuihI, Or
son I' 11 y , W iMsllMirti, NsTem. Allnty, 'Innsanl
HtiiMpls. Ilslsey, lUrrishlirif, Jtil,elh,a ( lly, r
vlu slid kuift'ii
lliisl lll ilil MAIL (bully)
s is, M I t.v I', ,rll. ml Ar
'.' "I r. M
)i'l I l.v (irswoil lly l
mr a Ar Hosei.ur l.v
.ll.llANV I lK'AI. U'slly. sseetil Hnildsf )
lTisir.n l.v I'nrilsii.l Ar oa.ii
IKi r N I I.V HrrK"lll liy l.v I 7 M . a
ir. . f Ar Allemy I . MSi
Pullman Dufftt Sleepers.
TOURIST SLLLPING CAPS.
Tor nir,,niiioilsttiin nf Herolnl Clsst Pssutiars
nlUt-lir'l o t.lpres Irsllis.
W asi aula Division,
IIKnUf.N I'liilTI.ASil Aftb I OiD'AU.IH,
Mill Trnln. Psllr K. ee. S.m.lsv I
F .1IU m i I v r.,riiii,l Ar " j i M ir
Hieanl Ar ('ervsllls It J M m
At Aiosiii sn! i xMsllii euuitvei Willi trains
ol uri'iou I'seina Ksllmait
Km.rats Trsln fially tKri SnnJsy)
4 (er a I l.v li,rilnl Ar isjut u
l.'irl I Ar MrMluiivllla l.v llUi a
THROUCH TICKETS "
TO ALL 1'OISTS
EAST AND SOUTH,
for llekats anil full Information retarding
rstts nisi,., rle , rail on ( "iii,sliy senl at
orageM ( lly
II KID III) II. K. I" lux, Fit I,
Msiistir. Asa ( u. 1. 1 uU I'saa. Aisnt
Northern Pacific R. R.
Great Overland Route. '
TWO FAST TU A INS HAII.V!
Shortest Line to Chicago
Ami sit points tan, vis
at. f Al l. AND MINMtAI'OI.IX.
The Northrrn I'arlllr It. It.
la Ilia only Una riiiiiiliif
hecund-t lasa Sleepers (dee of charge)
J.uxiiriiuis Pay t (inches,
I'lilman 1'iilnca sleeping Cars,
I'liliii e liming Cai (uieala Too).
From I'lirtlund in the Fast.
See Unit yuur tickets rend via tlio
Northern I'm itlc 1! U und
avoid change ol cars.
1 brunch Pullman t'nlars Hlrri lns Cara. sir
Saul ilnv fiiaclies, fliiesl aiace illiiln; cats lis
l -. -ii I'uriuiiil, I acinus anil Hi-sllln illrcri
. Is. II llll.'I O.
..Jen'l I'm... Agetil. 141 l'lrt
Nf., I'oriliiniE. 4r.
"li'"'l, corner Klrsl srnl U Hirw-is.
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
Oregon Pacific Railroad.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT GO'S STEAMERS.
SHOUT UNI TO C'A UFO It MA.
Fit F.K HIT AND K. KF.S TIIK LOW KST
Menu cr Nulling llutes.
Frmii Ys'iilni-tinirr Karsllnn. April ;
Willmn 'lis Villoy, M ly 4; Fr,illnn, Msy,
VMIIuiiii'lio V,ilny, Msy It; Kur ill hi, Muy,
Slciimcr tt'lllnm.'tic Vullcy, Ap'll : fnrsl-
I'ni, muy ,: niiiiuiu-iis vmicy, msvi ruriillini
Mny l(, Wlllniuvliu Vullry, Mny JO.
Tlirc iiiinniiy rnscrvs (lis rlulil tu clinnirv
siillln ,'sii'M wIIIiiiik unties.
I'rnliisciiiii'CI wtthihsO.AC. It. Slul Itlv
Hunts utCnrviillls ami Albany,
TlipOii'Kuri racllle steumlKiiits on tlie
Williunelto river division will leave
I'oitliinil, soiit liiinnil. iMiiinliiv. WeilneN-
diiV, hi d Krnliiy attl A M. Arrive at
CorvHllis Tnesibiy, Tlinrsduy and Kiittn-
ii:iv hi v. ni, i,euvo t orvaiiiM.
nurlli-biiiiiid, Monilny, WeiliieHdiiy nnd
I'liiiayul o A. fti. Airivout roilliuiil
TiicMiluy, TliiiiHilny nnd futtiidiiv nt ,S :!)
1'. M. un Muniliiy, WeilnoHiliiy und Fri
UiV, t lot 1 1 nnrlli nml Hoiilli'biiiinil buits
lie over ninbt nt Siilein, leuvlnir here ul
Kri'litlit suit Ticket Olllci). Sitlmnn stnwt whsrl
C. II. IIAHWKbUJj , (liMifml V A P. Ant
IM Miuiliti'iiicry Ht., Hun Fr'iiHilson,
C C IKIHI U, nil ( (I. K. it P. A 0. P. I(
1(. L NEWTON,
STRAIGHT & NEWTON
Goods sold at Portland
mamcsT price taid for coun
HAY AND FEED A SPECIALTY.
G. A. HARDING.
One of tlio niccBt Jiluceil ill (.'ltu k
niniiri bottom, licing- M uorea. Tho
flni'Ht of IntiJ for a jwnch orchard.
1100 young jicttclt trtri'i jiiKl Imj
giuiiing tu licur; giKxl (iivolling
hoiiHO on high prod ml nml all of
tlio nocinnury out-buililingo, ft?,
45 TO 50 ACRES
One (f Iho lincht raring in
('luckuiuitx cdiuily. For wile chrii
for n slmit, timo,
P. ('. HUMI'IIIIKV
F. 0. Mil'tuvN nt Oregon City.
A. IT ID
I now have tt Full Line of
Hardware ami Stove. Solo Agent
fur SiiKrior Stovert and UancH,
Tlie Oliver Chilled I'lowg nt f I an in.
We have (Mniu'ctod with tho houne
a First Clans l'luinlier and Tinner
and work in this: lino will liens
rroinptly done and as Cheap as any
R. D. Wilson.
Opposite Post Office.
Fabers Colder? Fcnjalo Pills..
'or Prmslo Irrrii'r
lilcs: noi liliiolikelhi'in
uu tbs market. AVivr
by tvuinliiriit Isillm
Is. rellcvs S'lpiirs'SH-d
SURE! SAFE1 CERTAIN!
tlnll't i lllllnlVsl.
Ksvs Time, Health,
nu wouc ;Ukc UUulU'
R'nt b s" siMrvss,
si-i'iitr- by in ji 1 1 on lo
THE APHKO ilEDiCINE COfllPftNY,
Wesleru llmui li, l'u V, VOIt IXAMi, VW
For le hy Cliurniiin A Co.
DrniZKMtH. Orenon t'ily, Or.
Ti nliiH fur tlie l'.nstleuvo Portliind, 7 :00
A Al. nml l):tsl P. M.
TIPICTC tiKiil Irnm ,rlncl(Hl points
IIviIXCIO lii the I nlli'il Nlaica, Csnsila
Elegant flew Dking Palace Cars.
Pinimin Paliice Me(iers.
VUEH COLONIST SI.KEPINO' CAR
run Tlironli on l'.xiress''rniiiH
it St. LOUIS
WITHOUT CII ANON,
Clnso enniioctliiiis st I'nrtliiiiil lor Hun Krsu
ClS'JO Slid I'llRl't Bllllllll polnlN
r"or farther particulars Iniiulro ot suy "ten
of tho ConitHUiy r
T. V l.V. V..
. . I. s T. A
Pu liiu it.Or civil
. M. ntXI.tiT- runic.
Ucn'l .linn ii iter.
..'IS 1 1". B
ttfffl - :- "HpiSSR - Tyfflfc. sfc
JAS. LEFFEL WATER WHEEL
Guaranteeing More Power,
Water than any other
Wheel, and the only Tur
bine that will
under High Heads,
under Heads from
E. S. WAKKEN,
VERY LOW PRICES,
Kllher CAHII or on llio
(T5T Ytm cannot Ad IicKit than to call and ftxamiiio
I ( ) V K & ( ( ).
This old ami reliable film alasya keep in slock full linn ol
Heavy. N hill ;ul liici
Hi Tiiw, etc.
Pliiimiiin, Giis Filling & Jobbing
Attended to Promptly. Es
s "in CLOCKS,
All repairing done
(etir Kill IITKIJ.)
Mrs. C. H. L
i !' : '.,'? 1 -, .-.'-' ii(ssl.''
T: '- , -..-.V.L' ?-''X A.JSK ... I'.;-,'' tiv.
C. I' WINKKET 8. RCIilPTl'BI
WINESET & SGIR.ir'TUIIU.
Undortakors and Blacksmiths, Oregon City, Oreeon.
Good Iloiircen. Trimmod Collins and CnskcU always in Stock
The New Remedy. - - Absolutely Pure.
Y GREAT SUCCESS.
Thousands Already Cured-
.jVs.slf, .'. ,i.
Within only ten months
Into tlie wry im'si isitiiiies, wcsiiso n imm Tin n. s uispsse ioo pw
rrinl In rs'sisl lis wniulrrlul attarks. It ousts uutblng lu luvcilisate. rxsd
Mir lMHk contnluiiiR lull iniiiriuaiiiin.
it uttn'M Miruoiii: un.i.t... i n..
ssM .MorrUoas Ml., lrlluud. Or
Kii'lnsive Afouis (nr.t'Urksmss County, TII08 CHAKMAS & S(lN,
Oregon lliy, Oregon.
NE HOME SEWING MACHINE WMM.
''""" - JU UNIUN SlJUWE,N.r.- , BSLLSS.
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8t 1.01.'.;. mo. tT . f ij'Asrsssciccoc u. .
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Ihls truly remsrkshls mnllriiif hss found In sir
In Hut lest Africa.
IIKNKY M. STANLEY'S latest nd
k'n'iiU'Rt work will lie issued from the
proRH about the 1st of August. B.J.
.Miarn, of Salem, lias secured the Bfjency
of C lackamas county niul will at once
enter upon tlio ciinvass.
This is the full ami only authentic ac
count of Mauley's Hilveiituies and dis
coveries tlurinit li:s lust three years in
Africa. Don't fail to obtain a copy
The Celebrated French Cure,
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