Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886, August 23, 1883, Image 7

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    row passengers had “seen the ele
I teenth street, opposite Willard’s
J. II. PAYNE.
phant,” and armed with tickets for
THE BAD BOY jury that will bring tears to their
j Hotel, and but a few rods from Penn-
Victoria, Portland or San Francisco, , . „
eyes and they will clear the murderer,
I
sylvania
avenue.
I
passed
many
B«t»”» I
, ot »!>• Norlbwe»t®rn Arcbl- retnrnea by the same steamer that
Unci® Eera’ll Visit—The Boy Instructed kueer, ain’t it? And say, how is it
■l” S""*.H»rr‘»b“r« “nd I»«“1“«” -
?
Ple«u*ant
hours
with
him
in
this
room,
brought them. They were thorough
Ilia Fattier Nut to Flay Jokes on at we send missionaries to Burmah,
■pjl»«“-
cliU Government.
I .whe™ 1 was not only entertained by by
ly disgusted. Others more timid .»uni.. .. w',ui,iL mP°*
‘ convert them from heathenism,
I his delightful conversation, but fre His I ncle.
Is J ■ >«el »• “
al the same vessel that takes the
never gave up their state-rooms; while
quentlv by an examination of his rare
others still would gladly have clung Late in the afternoon of June 9th, treasures of literature and art. the
^vionaries there carries from Bos-
T' June 3, 1883.
' m J I I The course C hilka
of the average ocean to the boat until she had borne them the dust of John Howard Payne, the chief of which were a volume of let­ “ I hear yout Uncle Ezra is here on toL. cargo of tin gods to Bell to the
a risit,” said the grocery man to the he^en* Why wouldn’t it l>e better
oct of the country forever, but, alas,
I nner on th® “inland passage” to they were “dead broke,” and must I author of “Home, Sweet Home,” was ters addressed to him by the noted bai boy. “I suppose you have been to BM the missionaries to Boston?
men
and
women
whose
acquaintances
I? \a is abont as crooked as tbe stay awhile longer at all hazards.
laid away in its final resting-place in he had formed many years before, a havtig a high old time. There is 1 tbfc til© inoic a boy learns the
gets mixed.”
fastidious could wish For in-
•ftyi; •»»
OTHER MINES.
a vault in Oak Hill Cemetery. Above large album enriched by original nothng that does a boy more good
“
"1,
how’s your theatre? Have
’“‘in*; 1 e we called at Victoria for ship’s
sketches
from
Allston,
Leslie.
Hayden,
home of our gold hunters pushed the vault stands an appropriate mon
than ti have a nice visit with a good 8ny °khe great actors supported
Fn
and for discharge of freight, on for the Chilcat country, landiug in ument, surmounted by an excellent West and other famous painters of uncle, »nd hear him tell about old you
later* Haid the grocery man, to
tnc detained thus for twelve hours. Pyramid Harbor and packing across marble bust of the poet. The spot their times, together with many au­ times wben he and the boy’s father change l, subject.
tograph letters, including several
portage to the interior. In about
“No, w are a]j
on vacations.
reu\e steamed up the gulf of the
from Charles Lamb. In the volume were boy» together.”
thirty miles they reach the Yukon where the monument has been placed________________
Booth amBaj-rpff, and ]ots of the
Who Iwrgi« directly on our Way f°r n'Di" tributaries. Some good prospects | is the most beautiful in the cemetery. I were also letters from Washington
“Well 1 don’t know about it,’’ said stars, are one fo Europe, and the
r
to Nanaimo, where we coaled have been found in the interior, I am It is in the midst of a magnificent' Ifving. Thomas Moore, Talma, the the boy, at he took a stick of macaroni rest work )wn
]ess high-toned
[Jer difficulties from th« great told, but nothing seems to last. Mines] grove of oak tn«. It is an interest I
John Philip Kem- and begaL to blow paper wads places. So«, of the theatre girls
,
.
,,
L
,
|
ble,
Edmund
Lean,
Geo.
Crolly,
suddenly
“
pinch
out
”
or
wash
out.
le
through it at a woodsawyer who was are waiter» aj Summor resorts,
Langton mines. Across the little
"»111 J
Some good claims which for two ing fa«t that forty years ago, when he • \ya]ter Scott, Lord Byron, Percy
Kepartnre Bay, little more than a years were known to pay |60 per day was living here, this grove of oaks ' Bysshe and Mary Shelley Curran, filing a saw cutside the door. “When and lots ar yjgiting. relatives on
a boy who hie been tough has got farms. I tel.yQn ¡j makes a differ­
Ltol shot from the chute of the to the man are now entirely aban­ and the high bluff overlooking the i Daniel O’Connell and many others his
pins all s»t to reform, I don’t ence whether relatives are visit
* fall J S’,1, Wellington mine, we observed doned.
There are also said to be deep valley of Rock Creek was the whose names have pawed from my think it does him any good to have a ing you or yi are visiting them.
t M>I J Firoun of deserted
. ,
T.
.. ¡memory. Jadging from the teuor of real nice uncle come to the house Actors and acug8e8
and weather some good prospects on Admiralty r.,.’ -x
awfully
a onte resort of Payne. It was his i these letters, Mr Pay ne was
Lten cabins on the point of tho Island, but on the whole I am con­ delight
visiting, Anywtv, that’s my expe when an old ginger comes to the
to take his intimate friends to I
Lautiful li‘tla New Ccstl° inland, vinced that the mining outlook in this spot, and, lying beneath these
rience. I have backslid
___ the
__ worst town where the. are playing and
’ IN UIOH ESTEEM
thence was quarried the fine build- this part of our great Northwest Ter­ splendid trees, he used to break forth ! By the IIELI
distinguished writers. Mr. way, and it’s geing to take me a wants to see them.phey are ashamed
| , stone for the San Francisco ritory is not such as to encourage any into enthusiastic praise of the pic. Payne sought but little society at this month, after Uncle Ezra goes away, of his homespun ethos and cowhide
fcranchMint. Putting off from this great rush. Indeed, 1 am inclined to turesque and attractive scenery snr time, but on the contrary, seemed to to climb up to the jrace that I ____
have boots, and they walto meet him out
i tho*
Lme point of land is the wreck of a utter a kindly word of warning to rounding him. This was many years shrink from observation, and confined fallen from. It is darn discouraging, in an alley some\ere, or in the
r,r beaching back into the bluff and young men of small means against before the oak grove became Oak Hill | bis visits to a few chosen friends. He said the boy as he lcoked up to the basement of the thea,., 8O the other
losing itself in the cloud of smoke coining to Alaska for any business Cemetery.
was much in the society of Win. W. ceiling in an innocent sort of way, actors will not laugh t their rough
Lhich dav and night lingers in eddies just yet. For men of ample means
The pageantry of the funeral cor Corcoran, who saw and admired him and hid the macaroni under his coat, relatives, but when thh„aKon is over,
[ver tbe same spot There, we are and energy there are no doubt some tege and ceremonies of the occasion as an actor many years before, and when the wood sawyer,who had been an actor who can remei,er a relative
‘<«14,
t,]d was the famous New Castle coal fortunes up here, but under the most were a tribute to the genius of John whose name is now so honorably and hit in the neck, dropped his saw and out on a farm is tickle<l0 death, and
“■Wirt I
bine, the oldest of the Pacific collar favorable circumstances such can Howard Payne, in keeping with the pleasantly associated with his own, got up mad.
the granger is all right tough there,
hue my.
ayaui’
L which was abandoned several only be acquired by the hardest in­ place which he holds m the homes and he was in the habit of passing a
“Mhat’s the trouble? Your uncle and the actor does not tinb of ¡.he
tears ago liecause of the unquench­ dustry. However, it must not be and hearts of the American people. portion of several evenings in each has the reputation where he lives of rough, nutmeg grater han,. an,i the
iroaii the
able fin which had li ien kindledwith- supposed that Alaska is poor in re­ With the solemn strains of the funeral week at the house of Mr. l<iggs, the being one of the pillars of society. blistered nose, as long as t, granger
%
k its walls and filled all its caverns sources. Far from it. She is un­ , dirgee, the measured tramp of martial business partner of Mr. Corcoran, But yon can’t tell about, these fellows relative will put up fried >orfc aDlj
/ iiiM I
md corridors with death, and thus questionably rich in fish and furs.
columns, and a distinguished follow­ where he was always a welcome guest when they get away from home. Does things and “support” the at,)r ^jy
Uncle Ezra is pretty roug, anj it
shutting down one of the finest coal
»doujl
ing of notable men, representing all Mr. Corcoran often met him on these he drink?”
Quines on the coast. But I am imi-. HOW ALCOHOL AFFECTS THE HEART. honorable walks of life, the funeral occasions, and now relates with evident
“No. he don’t drink, but as near as makes me tired sometimes wtn j am
Itating the digressions of our steamer. ] Dr. N. B. Richardson, of London, ' procession passed through the streets pleasure many interesting incidents I can figure it he and pa were about down town with him to have jm gO
rough troiu Nanaimo we returned over the I the noted physician, says he was re­ of the national capital to the silent of his life at this period. One day the worst pills in the box when they into a store where there are girrierka
tame course by which we came from I cently able to convey a considerable resting place of the dead. All the last Autumn, as Mr. Corcoran was were young. I don't want you to re­ and ask what things are for hat I
[Victoria, to Port Townsend. This] amount of conviction to an intelli­ pomp and circumstance of human slowly riding by the Ebbitt House, peat it, but when pa and ma were know he don’t want, and maf the
voider,
doubling on our course cost us nearly gent scholar by a simple experiment. grandeur contributed to this final his eai was suddenly greeted by the married they eloped. Yes, sir, astu girls (blush,- but he is a good-hcrted
;o cub
two hundred miles extra travel, and a ! The scholar was singing the praises honor . paid by
. the living to the dead. music of "Howe, Sweet Home,’’ which ally ran away, and defied their par­ old man, and he and me are goi^ to
kery annoying delay. Packed with of the “ruddy bumper,” and saying I The Government was represented by the Marine baud was playing in honor ents, and they had to hide about a make a mint of money during \ca.
. Mfr
peight, we left Port Townsend at he could not get through the day j its chief executive end his council of of Lieut. Melville of the ill-fated week for fear ma’s father would fill tion. He lives near a Summer rqjrt
Lidnight, and in the forenoon of the without it, when Dr. Richardson said I constitutional advisers, by the United Arctic steamer Jeannette, who had pa so full of cold lead that he would hotel, and has a stream that is fulof
<eanif
we are going to caib
Cit day we were off Nanaimo again, to him:
1 States judiciary, by members of both just reached Washington. As Mr. sink if he fell in the water. Pa has minnows, and
and sell them to the duc,8
Cn our journey up coast, and hence
“Will you be good enough to feel Houses of Congress, by numerousre- Corcoran listened to the plaintive been kicked over the fence, and minnows
bait He says some of th
Uh*',
forth we had no more delays to speak my pulse as I stand here?”
j presentatives of the army and navy air which never fails to touch respon­ chased down alleys dozens of times, for fish will
pay ten cents apiece fa
of, and no particular incident or
Count
it ___
care- ] and by members of the .diplomatic sive chords in the breasts of all who by my grandfather when he was fooli
He did so. I said: “C
__ 1
so if we sell a million min
event worth mentioning.
corps. The array of prominent Gov­ hear it, his heart was moved by tender sparking ma, and ma was a terror , minnows,
fully; what does it say ?”
we make a fortune. I am com
ernment officials, of representatives memories of the poet whose words too, ’cause her mother couldn’t do i nows,
GRAND. BCT MONOTONOUS SCENERY.
“Your pulse says seventy-four.”
ing
bark
in Septemlier and will buy
anything
with
her,
though
she
is
have
made
it
immortal,
and
his
ac
­
of
foreign
powers,
the
presence
of
a fau
I then eat down in a chair and
For the tourist will see all through
i
out
yot-r
grocery.
Say, let me have
awfully
precise
now,
and
wants
quaintance
with
whom
covered
a
suffer
this wonderland a thousand things asked him to count it again. He did the militia and throngs of citizens period of nearly fifty years, and he everybody to be good. Why, ma’s i a pounc of raisins, and I’ll pay you
¡MtiS
gave
the
demonstration
a
character
so,
and
said:
“
Your
pulse
has
gone
which
he
can
describe
neither
by
a fault
that marked it the tribute of the that moment resolved that the project mother used to warm her ears, and j when I sill my uncle’s minnows.”
There is down to seventy.”
. «eve- ■mouth, nor pen, nor brush.
I he had formed years before concern­ shake the daylights out of he •, but it
I then laid down on the lounge, and entire nation.
■at first, a thrili of pleasure, mingled
ing the removal of Mr. Payne’s re­ didn’t do no good. She was mashed
ra c(
PHYSICIANS PUZZLED.
said:
“
Will
you
take
it
again?
”
THE
PROCESSION
■with awe, as one enters this almost
on pa, and there was no cure for her
i thi»
mains
to this
f°Jmed -ft the
of art’ i be carried
into country
effeci' should at once except to have pa prescribed for her
inland, island foS‘: "what M'^tr^rdinarv^hiS’-' i
;en. ■limitless sweep of
A singnhr instance of a peculiar
iknws ■studded seas.
The charm of the first
as a husband, anti they ran away. nervous alliction was related to a
I then s lid: “When you lie down at I whe" the mllltarj. an<1 C1vitians be-
----------- —
Im is ■consciousness that you
are being,
THE TRUE LABORER.
Uncle Ezra told me all about it Ma Louisville Courier-Journal reporter
gan to gather some ’ time ?' ? before
the
night, that is the wav nature gives ! ®i
“'T'
it of a ■without a jar or jolt, borne over these
' . The| It may be asked, who is the true haint got no patience with girls now a few days ajo. The patient. Miss
your heart rest. You know nothing I ^Pointed hour, four o clock,
vattii.' ■narrow seas, almost fathomless in
days that have minds of their own Ella----- , is a young lady residing
I remains, enclosed in a handsome
lariai, ■their unbroken depths,
winding in about it, but that’beating organ is casket, were placed in a hearse which I laborer? And to answer this question about fellows, and sho thinks their on
Magnolia avenue near Second
i-Ly land out among tiny islands, covered resting to that extent;
and if you was especially built for the occasion. would require much thought. Not a parents ought to have all the say.
street For sone titre she has been
few
men
call
themselves
true
laborers,
reckon
it
up,
it
is
a
great
deal
of
rest,
■
with
forests
and
veined
with
various
skh,
Well, maybe she thinks she knows all
It was a square finished vehicle, with I
with asligh. attack of rheu­
irresistible. because in lying down the heart is plate glass walls, surmounted by six [ when, in reality, they are nothing but about it But When people get in afflicted
niser- ■ minerals, is well-nigh
1 fair ■ The average tourist has no disposi- doing ten strokes less a
minute. urns and drawn by four white horses. I shirks, plodding along the path of love it is the same now as it was when matic pains, and his been generally
delicate health Recently she
lealtb I
■ tionto resist the spell. He surren- Multiply that by 60 and it is 600; The procession moved in the follow-I life. A man may work enough to pa and ma were trying to keep out in
grew sudden ly w«rse, and was pros­
But as the multiply it by eight hours, and with­ ing column of march via Pennsylvania earn a living, or perhaps he may of the reach of my grandfather’s trated with an atack of mental cho­
3tom- ■ders unconditionally.
a fortune; but working for shot-gun. But pa and Uncle Ezra
in a fraction it is 5,000 strokes differ­ avsnue to the cemetery ^ Regular , amass
neys, ■ scene broadens into empires and con
Rucb
Jf. cannot be caUed true fabor
rea, which present some remarkable
k cast ■ tinents, and sweeps on and on for ent; and as tbe heart is throwing six
and ma are good friends, and they features. The ptient retains full
troops,
under
command
of
Maj.-Gen.
It is true that some do exert their talk
ounces
of
bk-id
at
every
stroke,
it
■
hundreds
of
miles
in
unbroken
and
over old times and have a big consciousness of fl that transpires ;
ister.
R. B. Ayers; city military organiza
CtUrt I ■ unvarying grandeur,
the prisoner makes a difference of 30,000 ounces tionB; High-school Cadets, com- muscles and brains, but do it gener­ laugh. I guess Uncle Ezra was too recognizes the facs of the members
COSi- I ■ chafes under the burden of his bond- of lifting during the night
When I maeded by Capt. A. A Smith; bat­ ally because they must, while at the much for pa in joking when they were
of her family and er physician and
♦
I
I age. There is a surfeit of wonder, lie down at night without any alco­ talion of the Second Artillery; of­ same time they desire nothing so boys, ’cause pa told me that all rules her friends, and yt the words she
much
as
to
escape
from
the
field
of
hol,
that
is
the
rest
my
heart
gets.
I the mind reacts, and the traveler
against joking were Bunpended utters are almost eiirely beyond her
ficiating clergy; pall-bearere; hearse
I would hail with real pleasure the But when you take your wine or bearing the remains of John Howard labor, and fold their arms and bless while Uncle Ezra was here, and for control. For instate, in attempting
themselves
in
their
idleness.
These
I sight of something common. Indeed, grog you do not allow that rest, for Payne. About fifty carriages follow­
me to play anything on him I could. to say anything, le may express
I when the morning broke upon us in tho influence of alcohol is to increase ed, containing the relatives of John Bame people do not care how much I told pa I was trying to lead a dif­ what is directly oppiite to her mean
I the little mining village of Harris- the number of strokes, and instead of Howard Payne, the orator of the day, others suffer; all they wish is that ferent life, but he said what I wanted ing. One expression» continually in
I burg, there was many an old miner getting this rest you put on some­ the poet of the day, the President of their own wants be satisfied. They to do was to make Uncle Ezra think her head, and is reeated over and
I who almost wept as he recognized, in thing like 15,000 extra strokes, and the United States, members of the cultivate selfishness, which is the di­ of old times, and the only way was to over again, the patiet lieing unable
I the shadow of the mountains of the result is you rise up very seedy cabinet, members of the diplomatic rect and indirect cause of many keep him on the ragged edge. I to avoid saying it, Atimes she gives
I eternal snow, the rude cabin of the and unfit for the next day's work till corps, tho Chief-Justice and Associate crimes.
if there was anything I could utterance to a low whining nciBO,
a true laborer, one should thought
I gold hunter, and a simultaneous ex- you have taken a little more of the Justices Supreme Court of the United To lie
do to make it pleasant for my uncle, often imitating the brking of a dog;
a a higher lllm
lu
have
aim
in
work
than
“
ruddy
bumper,
”
which
you
say
is
I clamation of pleasant surprise broke
States, the Chief-JuBtice and Associ | mereiy
satisfaction of his own it was my duty to do it, so I fixed the but more frequently jves utterance
I forth from our uninitiated passengers. the soul of man below. His wife ac­ ate Justices of the Supreme Court of w.tnts jj 0 should do all in his 1 bed slats on the spare bed so they to a shrill scream, not >ud, but start
i
wants.
He
should do all in his
knowledged tbat this was perfectly the District of Columbia, and many .
HARRISBURG AND ITS MINES.
r to j, other8 tbrougb tbe would fall down at 2 a . m . the first ling All day yesterdayshe was sing
true. He began to reckon up those
At Harrisburg many of’ our pas- figures, and found what it meant lift­ other distinguished persons.
troubles of this life, and should never night, and then I retired At two lag, and, when attemping to speak,
All along the whole course the can(je othprs to fiafler in orJer tbat o’clock I heard the awfullest noise in her words would followthe tune, or
I sengers found their destination, at ing up an ounce so many thousand
m BUCCee<l jn the satisfaction of the spare room, and a howling and assume a ryme, which vould be re­
I least for the present. Their tents times? and the result was, he became people gathered to witness the splen-,
desjres q’be ¿ruo laborer is not screaming, and I went down and met peated over and over. She seems
I were soon spread upon the rainy a total abstainer, with every benefit did and imposing funeral pageant. |
I beach, and long before night scores to his health, and, as he admits, to his The sidewalks were thronged and envjous of flaunting rob™ of im- Uncle Ezra in the hall, and he asked also to have lost control <f the pitch
If.
I of them were off to the gold fields. happiness. I would like those* who windows fflled wffh eager spectators, beciuty and idleness. He is not me what was the matter in there, and of her voice, and one pan of a sen­
The relatives of 1 ayne in the j a8bams,j of the dusty labor-field and I asked him if he didn’t sleep in the tence may be made in a wiisper, the
I Strolling, or rather stumbling and take stimulants to give them rest,
>»
I climbing through the dripping, mos­ just to take the opposite side of the procession were Rev. Mr. Lequerand If tbe ¿¡ngy work shop. He is not spare room, and be said no, that pa other in almost a scream.
A convulsive flinging about of the
sy, muddy town, we found the whole question into consideration and see wife of Bedford Station, Ni Ythe asbame<( of honestlabor,whichisal- and ma was in there and he slept in
a
latter being a niece of layne; Mr. O. way8 benebcjai to man, even in the their room. Then we went in the hands and arms is another symptom,
of it mapped off in mining claims, how the two positions fit together.
N. Payne of Brooklyn, who was ac -( bi Jbe8t rallks of life. Wb,,re Can spare room, and you’d a dide to see and in this she manifests surprising
while through the centre a sluice was
A
companied by Gabnal Harrison, an
bnj a
healthful and honest pa. Ma had jumped out when the strength. The action, like her words.
running full ot muddy water. Some
HE DIDN’T LIKE IT.
intimate friend of Payne, and author occu fion than in the corn and slats first fell, and was putting her Booms to be entirely involuntary,
of the miners gave uh good reports
k
- r- —
—
• ■ how many are hair up in curl papers when we got hardly ever being under her control.
One of our acquaintances from the of a book of reminiscences; another grainfield?
from their diggings, but there was
Yet,
what at first seemed to us a puzzling Del Valle settlement does not come intimate friend, Mr Joseph De Sha there that shun such lalxir as the in, but pa was all tangled up in the She frequently slaps the faces a’ her
reticence and half-lieartedness about to Austin very often, but not long Pickett of Frankfort, Kv., was also deer shuns the viper! They say it is springe and things. His head had attendants, and has manifested a dis
down firBt, and the mattiess and position to bite her near relatives,
sven the best reports, by which the since he attended a theatrical per­ present.
degrading, because one canDot wear gone
L
quilts rolled over on him, and he was though not in a violent wanner.
formance
for
the
second
time
in
his
THE
MONUMENT.
hurrying
stranger
would
be
easily
good
clothes,
and
cannot
associate
in
d
almost smothered, and we had to take When spoken to, it is evident-hat she
u
deceived. But if you could get into life. He was very indignant next
Before the procession reached Oak the highest circles of society. In fact, the bedstead down to get him out, understands clearly all that is said;
day,
and
we
asked
him
what
was
the
the
confidence
of
one
of
these
same
I.
| Hill, the holders of tickets had be- they are ashamed of the hard hands,
men. you would readily have solved “ “I’D never go to another theatre as I ^n’to^rrive and take their positions seared with services more honorable the way you have to unharness a but it is only with the utmist effort
when he runs away and falls that she can make even a slort intel
k
the whole puzzle, and you would be
those of war; ashamed of their horse
as I live’’
: on tbe platform> which had been than
down, before yon can get him up. l*a ligible answer.
prepared better to estimate the 1 no-
soiled
and
weather-stained
garments,
••\Vhy, what's occurred to prejudice built around the monument, a shaft
mad, but Uncle Ezra laughed at
The case is a very siigular one,
miner's confidence in his mines. I you against the theatre?”
which Mother Nature has em­ was
of white marble, surmounted by a upon
him, and told him that he was only and it seems to be the elimination of
found the absence of civil govern­
broidered,
mid
sun
and
rain,
mid
fire
•‘Well, I liked the first act first bust one-half larger than life s.ze, and steam, her own heraldic honors. foundered, and all he wanted wrb a a series of low nervous troubles. It
ment a serious barrier to all the
mash and some horse liniment is allied to chorea, onty in this in­
but when it was nearly through ] supported on a base of soln gray
mining and industrial interests of rate,
who is ashamed of all these to­ bran
1 read on the plav bill that the next granite six feet square. The height He
and he would come out all right. stance the loss of coitrol is chiefly
Alaska. Men, as a rule, are a little act
kens
and
titles
is
not
an
honest
man,
take ¿lace in New York, of the monument is fourteen feet and I for he despises honesty, which is one Uncle Ezra went out in the hall manifested in the vodd organs. Her
afraid to say ¿hey have a good mine and would
I
just
up and left. Do the its general design is Roman of a . of the virtues of true labor. The to get a pail of water to throw sleep is fitful and seldom exceeds
or a good business of any kind, lest fools think I got
going to New York , pure classical type. The inscriptions
on pa, ’cause he said pa was twenty minutes in itiration, while the
some adventurer in the absence of to hear them am
laborer is honest and manly afire,
spout when I need all: and designs on the shaft are simply ■ true
when pa asked me why in ailment of her th-oat precludes the
human law, and regardless of all the money I can
with
his
fellow-beings;
he
opens
his
rake and scrape for . On the front is the following lirief bn | purse to the needy; he pities those blazes I didn't fix the other lied slats, taking of anythin/ but liquid food.
higher human law, should dispute other things? They
played pretty I sufficient inscription: John Howard who need pity; he is kind and chari and I told him I didn't know as they I The case is und»r the treatment of
their right by superior force, cunning ranch that ^ame game on
¿e down at | Payne, author J‘Home Sweet Home
i were going to change beds, and then | Dr. Robert H. Pirter, the well-known
or downright meaness, and thus in­
1 a « it-« v-«Uv.u
T huil Born June 9, 1792; died April 10, table to all; he seeks not after vanity;
said don’t let it occur again. Pa nervous sjiecialst, who pronounces it
directly rob prospectors of all they SSdv'paid my admission when I 1852.” On the back is the inscription j he lalxirs not for himself alone, but pa
everything to me. He is the one of the tnoit remarkable he has
have found or can hope to find. I found out by the playbill that th« which was on the tombstone that for the benefit of mankind; nor does lays
most
changeable
I ever saw. He over met in the course of a long
was shown what I am convinced is a last act came off ten years afterward, ■ marked his grave in Tunis. It is as he labor because he must, but be­ told me to do man
everything
practice.
cause he wishes to enjoy an energetic Ezra wanted me to do, and Uncle
valuable quartz mine, one of the lar­
then,
when I kicked they refused to follows:
gest in the world, I was assured, and
and
healthful
life.
—
[Pittsburgh
when I helped Uncle Ezra to play a
nav me mv money back, and fired I “Sure, when thy gentle spirit fled
which would long ago have been fully pay
j Traveler.
.<,.77. J
To renlms above the azure dome,
Let not y>ur thought of yesterday
1 joke on pa, he was mad. Say, I don’t
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With arms outstretched, God’s angel said,
developed but for this uncertainty. I me out. —[blltings.
bind yor.r tnonght of to dav. Life is
think
this
world
is|
run
right,
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7
_
,|
'Welcome
to
Heaven
’
s
home,
sweet
home.
’
”
As it is the proprietors are simply
The modern postage stamp was do you? I haven’t got much time to always a development, and the con-
holding it and waiting tho dawn of ; A Texas paper tells this cheerful ■
REMINISCENCES.
used
in England about the year 1842
to you to day. 'cause Uncle Ezra | sistency of life is the bravest, trust
the light of civil government. But | tale of the experimental school of i Charles H. Brainard of this city. I or 1843. In 1845 E. A. Mitchell, then talk
and
me
are going fishing, but don’t it I voice yon can utter to day without
i
medicine:
“
A
woman
came
to
a
[
>n spite of all their rights and their
who was an intimate fiiend of Payne, i Postmaster of New Haven, taking strike you that it is queer that parents 1 going back to measure yourself, to
prominent
physician
and
asked
for
a
vigilance, large sums have been taken
contributes to-day to the Star many I advantage of the English idea, made 1
bov» for what they did them [ see if you measure monotonous,
from the “placers” that cover the I remedy for her husband’s rhetima ! interesting reminiscences of the poet. | use of a postage stamp of his own, | trounce
selves.
Now, I have got a friend 1 square trimmed uprightness to the
tism.
The
doctor
gave
her
a
pre
lock above, while hundreds of thou­
which he continued to use nntil 1847, whose father is a lawyer. That law eye of some looker on. A tree does
Among
other
things
Mr.
Brainard
scription
and
said:
’
Get
that
pre
sands of dollars, I was assured by |
says during his last sojourn in W ash when the Government of the United
would warm his boy if be should not grow backwasd to measure its
the Superintendent of the mine, have pared at the drug store, and rub it ington, which covered a period of States issued the first American i 1 yer
tell a lie, or associate with anybody ' growth of to day with the growth of
i
well
over
your
husband
’
s
back.
If
it
■
been wasted through careless and
postage
stamp.
more than a year, Mr. Payne received
that was bad, and vet the lawyer will i yesterday. It simply presses on to-
slovenly mining by those who have does any* good, come and let me | much attention and kindness from ]
__ _ of j ward the stars, and its outcome is
defend a _ man __
he knows _ is guilty
no right to a foot of it. Miners are know, I've got a touch of rheuma I his old friends and from many others
“I haf only von brice for ray goods,” j stealing, and get him clear and take symmetrical, and proves that it was
tism
myself.'
”
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•
>
a • I
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now scraping up the “tailings” on
whose knowledge of his early history | 1 said one of the “clodink” merchants the money he got from the thief, who i consistent with^ itself thriitlghont.
the beach hundreds of feet below the
I
to
a
customer,
the
other
day,
and
stole
it,
to
buy
the
same
boy
a
new
And
such
must
be
the
growth
of
our
The stables of Jesse Holbert, near , and eventful life made him an object ■
claim, and washing out in rockers
to wear to church, and he will thought, of onr character, if it would
of more than ordinary interest. He then in an aside to his head clerk he coat
Goshen.
N.
Y
,
were
burned
and
V • 1 a man
_ __ who
1 committed
... «AA 1 mnr
_ I a take
_L_ — upon
—
¡A it AV.A
good wages. By the time we were
the rviawi
giant vmiivhi
might rtf
of ♦no
the
lodged in a small but comfortable . added, with a wink, “and dot vas te defend
ready to leave Harrrisburg at mid- forty-four valuable cows and two and we!l-furT.i«L‘ d .•oom in Four- [ , brace he is willing to gif.”
der,
and
make
an
argument
to
the
oak.
|
Williamsport
Gnt
night. many of our gold-hunting fel horses perished.
■TRIP
ALASKA.