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ZZZaVGVSV 14, 1679.
T A noVlrba. ySlwnt may be.
allireed-?woe me. bow wtde-
0Vd7!wT.r5orkl berwlll! ,
Ru U.l I nw: 'hough years and change dl-
I know I lore you still.
Wbat can one do to ease the wearing woe
Of hopeless, hopeless tove T
IK fiant Into life's wild tmraoil go?
Or pine like woondcd dove?
II mater not the wound I eating mill.
Though long toe jean gu by;
The h art's true love yoa cannot ever Kill,
'X Iiouku voiceless it may lie.
1 k now you never loved me, though my heart
k as vours had yoars nee wtfie;
And 1 hate had lo learn the weary pari
To bear and make no alga.
What lire had been bad wc not parted no,
Xor sweet love fared so ill,
1 dare not think; bat, spite o) all, I know-
I know 1 tov yoa still I -
' Br MKH. KATIK.
One upon an evening dreary,
111 nnnil,N,l uJ ami WMflfT.
O'er the luwket with the mending from the
wa.sli the day before:
As 1 thought of countless stitches
Ta ftu. .) . I in 11,1 a iMWMikftl.
Koae my heart rebellious In me, a It oil had
At the late that dM condemn me, when my
dally tak was o'er.
To that basket evermore.
John, with soareoaidgn or motion.
Hat and read the Inter-Ocean,
With no thought of the com motion
Which within me rankled sore,
"lie," thought I, "when day Is ended.
Has no stockings to be mended.
Has no liable to be tended.
He ran Kit and read and snore:
He ran sit aud read and rest him.
Must I work thou evermore V
And mv heart rebellions answered,
Nevermore; no. nevermore."
For, though lam but a woman;
Kvery nerve within la hnftwu
Aelilng, throbbing, when overworked
Mind and body sick and tore.
"I will strike. When Say Is ended.
Though the Blockings are not mended.
Though my course eant be defended.
Sate oelilnu me Closer, ooor
aoes that basket with the mending, and I'll
haunted be no more.
Ib the darllarbt shall be crowded all the work
When the evening lamps are lighted, I will
i ii m i win fit i . l
reai me papers too."
Here Pegasns stumbled, bat the strike has
been a sntiesii. Try it, sisters.
"Speak GenUyjp the Erring."
As May Britton was walking along
oue day with a basket of provisions for
poor oiu iiir. jirowmy, sue ruei a ruuu,
miMitn.iooKinr uov. Jiia oiotues were
soiled and ragged, and he was whistling
a negro melody, as he walked lazily
"How are you, Britton ?" he said, as
he came toward May.
"Timmy Wllks, you shouldn't call
rae Britton; you mightat least say Miss
Britton, if you can't say May : but I've
bomeming to say to you,- sue coiiiiu-
ued, as she changed the basket to her
"You have. Some of vour nice ser-
mnns T atinnnsa T ,lr.nl ten nt. ,nrm nf
It l Tt V?1SLi.V b"""
11 wc " -" , w uuiufeu uuuu-i
nay, i. jjuv. wun nave you Boi
there 7" he coutlnueu, as he tried to
"Run along. I saw all I want to. A
bottle of rum, I s'pose should think
remove tue uaptin mat covereu jiay a better world, and Is dissatisfied because Meadowviiie, Miiton. ran w
Imaket. i. i . . i. ,i.ii. i. t UraaMlla. Weston, I'eltysvllle,
. . r . " , . , . T . ,. I lie uaou fc KUfc iv. vijuviici miuna ,,w lo I ,,vllla Mldwav. WHIOWS.
"Let that alone, Timmy, or I shall go not justly entitled to any, aud Is satis- lrev"le' MW '
I'AL rw ouu iuii ujjr luuiuci ui J uu. i fiprj Wltll tntS.
you might give us a drink; but youLes
neeun'isiep ihick in mat son 01 a way.
I'm noi going to teucu your uasKei,
but what are you goiug to do about it?"
and Timmy begau to whistle.
May stood a moment, thinking how
very badly 'ltmmy behaved; and be
"But I thought you had something to
say to me."
"That is what I was going to say
that you are a naughty boy, aud don't
obey your mother, aud that you make
her very unhappy."
"So she makes mo unhappy. You
whips me to death.
uoes sue ever wnip you, rimmy v-
"1 guess ypu'ti tnitiK so. t,ue gives
me some oj tue uaruesi wnippings you
ever beard of, but I've got a piece of
imfiu ,u4.t & i.kii vu A'J uniia all
thn time, so It don't hurt as tt used to :
but It feels rather hot such a morning
as this." and Timmy began to work
.. .... .. . . .
his suouHiers dbok anu tortti.
"I feel sad about you, Timmy,1
replied, snaking her head, "lou used
to be sueh a good little boy. I wish you
were as good now ; you would be so
mueh happier. I don't like to hear
people say you are growing up to be a
wicked man, aud perhaps will be sent
"Tis kind o' bad, to be sure," Tim
replied, drawing down his face with
mock solemnity ; " but it dou't trouble
me much, for I bad just as Itef be in
jail as live with marm."
"But Just think after you have been
there nobody will ever care for you
"Nobody cares for me now, so I
bbouldii't be any worse oil."
"Yes, Timmy, I care for you."
"No, you dou't ; you only preach to
me, so that the minister will praise you
for trying to do something big."
"Mr. lanford never praises roe, be
cause be knows nothing about what I
say to you. Now, Timmy, I'll tell you
what I'll do. I've got two dollars father
gave me to buy new books, aud I'll go
without them and give It all to you, If
you will promise not to disobey your
mother for a month."
"You get out with your money ! I
wouldn't be so small as to be hired to
be good. I think you are a real good
girl, May, and I should like to accom
modate you; but it will take more
money than you or your father has got
to make me mind her. I haven't any
particular objection to being good as I
ugly-'i 1 DeVer W,U oboy tbat
" Stop, Titutuy : Did you ever think
how your mother in heaveu would feel
If she should look dowu upon you when
you are so naughty and imminent ?
May had touched the ricut ei,..r.i t,i.
time, and Timmy replied, lu a tremu
lous voice, after a moment's sile.ice :
"There, don't say anvthlmr aimm
her ; I don't want to bear It, She used
to be good to me, and used to love me,
and she is the only one iu this whole
world that ever did love me." Aud
Timmy drew his jacket sleeve across his
eyes. "I know 1 am a great big baby
to cry ; but I can't help it ; I never can
when I think of her; and she died when
I got big enough to love her. But I
must go now ; good-bye, May."
"Stop a minute; don't go yet. Is
there anything I can do for you to be
come a better boy ?"
"Yes. there is one thing that you can
do," he replied, as he brushed away the
great drops that stood on ms cuecKs,
tnougn i oouiu lase oasKet, ooute I ceruintr future
an, H i liau a miuu to." ments, Colorado furnl
"What a very naughty boy you are, illustration, which oc
Timmy." a curt in La Veta, wl
"1 know it, and it's a nreedliil nlly: r n n.ina
needn't call her mother-she Isn't my chinaman quit washee all time, and no r
mnflina saViA'a iiillu fnlllor'u gcflililissa I .. " a a I
""'J o t,.,.uc,. , lve arjy more, wiiereuoes ne go y"
don't want any of your blarney about .0n yes ! me sabe now. If lie belly
ouevini- liar, 'cause l nuver will, if sue i i i i... rri.i.n..
"that I have thought of a Rood many
times,' bull never like to speak about
"What is it? Do tell me," eagerly
"Well, I don't know whether it U
to tell you or not. I don't suppose
it will do any good ; but you won't say
auyiuiuK , auyoouy about It, only
your father V"
"Xoa needn't be afraid to trust me.
I'll promise to keen vour secret.1
"wen, iiay, asK your lamer to nire
me to hoe on bis ulace. I think if I
could cot awav from home. I should
perbaps nave some courage to try to uo
a little belter."
"I'll ask him to-night, aud I tliluU lie
will do It,"
"'Hint's rroo.1. Mav : but don't tell
anvbodv I cried, will you '. I'm too big
to tie sucu a twiuy." .
HVnli'n not a ImIiV tO CrV. II IS
(fooil siR". It Iwh that you tiiiuu
Htmut your Moiiicr m iienvou. i
knnu- it iHti't ativtliiiiK l me. It 111 my,
if you grow up a wicked mail ; it won't
hurt m-t a bit. but I CHtl't bear to think
of it for jour sake. I want you to be
good and bappy, anil maue people nappy
around you; then some time you'll go
to heaven and see your mother again."
"There. May, gooti-oye; i must go
now." he replied, with a quivering lip,
and he ran away without waiting l
hoar another word.
A few weeks afler. Titnniy wni in
stalled as errand boy on Mr. BrlUoii'a
farm, lie lived at the Itirin-limm, unci,
:il I linn ph Mr. Brltton's head man
sometimes worked him beyond Ills
strength, yet he proved fuithlul ami in
Twelve years later, when llmolUJ
Wilks became a preacher of the Gospel,
be said to May :
"It's the Influence yoo nau over iut
Iin my bovhood tliat has made me what
I am. Xo one in those days spoke
Ifclnillv orcentlv to me but you. itau
i, ,hf, Z.nr vrnr,U of eiHMurace-
"vv- J - " .,
, I BhMi i hHVAPntlAt 1RUOVUWUIU
road. You have saved one soul Irom
ruin, and if, at the end or my raiutsiry.
tlint. T have done as much, I
I shall feel that I have not preached in
Two Ways ok Lookino atThixos.
i, -- - , ,,w, nna
Two boys went out lo huut grapes, una
I was happy because they found grapes.
Lp, oilier was uuhanpy because the
grapes bad seeds In them
uu.w. ... - I
worse yesterday." I
When it rain", one man say, "tnis
ill . II A iintlm1 I'll la will I
Will uiaha ill uu, nuviuci .
Inv tliR tUKt "
ivrn nMiuiren were louKiiiir iiiiuuiiii i
colored glasses. One said, "The world
g blue. " liie Other Sftlll, "me wonu 18
Two boys were eating their dinner,
rn a!d. "I would rather have some-
thine better than this." The other said,
i.This i iMtter than nothinir."
x servant thluks a man's house is
principally kitchen; a guest that it is
on man counts evervthin? that he
has a caln. Another counts everything
efe that he conceives a loss.
Onn man snoils a food renast bv
ii.ii,i., nr 'h.ti.r a nntl,
. 1...' . i . I
eujoys U ICmL UJT l.UIUtU3llU(i IV
wlib none t all.
une man is LiiaiiKiui ior uia DieasinirH. i
Another is morose for his misfortunes.
0ne man thinks he Is entitled to a
One man makes up Ills accounts from
Ills wants. Another man from bis as-
Oktiiodox- Chinaman. Om
rewanls aud punish-
shes the following
nurroil nvsntlv in
curred recently in
ere the testimony
nlitoMtml in ni. Ilia
Urnniul that he Mid not nndrtnni! nr
recard the oblication of an oath. To
test hlm ,je wa9 interrogated thus :
-John, do you know anything about
"No ; me no belly well acquaint with
"Have you no Joss in China?"
"Oh, yes ! gottee beapee Joss."
"Where do you go when you die ?"
"Me co to San Flancisco." .
"No, you don't understand me. When
5..i i, nn iiinnBAiininn i M ,r,
uau uiu, o fcv. "!'!; a
snmA T p 1 1 rvi n man."
sarae Mellcan man.'
The Court was satlsfled with this or-
thodox statement, and admitted his tes
timony. Harper's Magazine.
If we wish to know the political and
moral condition or a fatale, we must ask
I i . t !.,. ,.. t. mi. t '- -
what rank women hold In it, Tiieir in-
lluence embraces lie wnole Hie. A
wife, a mother two magical words-
comprlsluc the sweetest sources of man'r
felicity. Theirs is the reign of heautv.
nf In!',?, of rpAsnn. Alwnva a rnltrti ! A
man takes counsel with b 3 wife: he
nhpira Ilia mother; lift nbeva har lnnt
after she has ceased to live, ami the
I ilea a tvmmi lie Has reciveil frnirl
. . ... . ' .
become principles stronger even than
, , , . 1 -
All lovers of flowers should remember
that one blossom allowed to mature or
nn tn nooil tniiiron f Iia nlnnt mnrn tlinn a
dozen new buds. Cut your flowers, nil
ot tuem, neioro tney Degin to laue.
Adorn your rooms with tbem; put them
on your tables; send bouquets to your
friend who have uo Howers, or ex-
change favors with those who have.
All roses, niter luey have ceased to
bloom, should "be cut back, that the
strength of the root may go to forming
new roots lor next year.
Miss Lucy J. Ryder, of Weybrldce.
has beeu elected to the Chairof Natural
Science In McKendree College, Illinois.
AEXTf ro tiii: xmr N'oitTiitvr.sT,
The following persons are duly authorized to
act as Agents for the N rsw North waar :
D. D. Gray
Mrs. J. A. jonns
Mrs. bottle 1 learn.-
Mrs. I. lt Proebstel
Kugene City I
L L. Williams.
Mrs. Laura DeForceOordon.
M. P. Owen
W. W. Beach.
D. P. Porter
. -.i ew r.lll
San Joe. Cat
Mrs. C. M. Foltx
Mrs. M. A. Warner
Miss Mary Hi shop
t u . ' i r.
pokan Falls. W. T
Mrs. II. A. Iiougbary..
I .. i. noDisoo..
sirs, n, v. ituuson Willamette Slough
Mrs. JI. Kelty Lafayette
Mrs. J. Da Vote Johnson Orswon Cltv
Mrs. IKinnell ; The Dalles
Mrs. R. A. Vawters "
Mrs. K. B. Inshop. ""
Mrs. J. W. Jackson '
C. A. Reed
Mrs. M.F. Cook '
Mrs J. 1L Poster
I. T. Scott, Esq
Mrs. A. K-Oorvrln
outer parues aesirimr lo act a, Aganu will
please forward their names. We want Agents
at every postoffiee throughout Oregon and
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
Auburn. Aurusla. I laker City, Clarkavllle,
Kinross IlaMh.Kldonulo.Oem.HuralioWt Ba
sin. Jordan Valley, Itye Valley. Malheur,
intone, Connor Creek, North 1-owder, Honre,
A I mm Valler. Cnr-vallls. Collins. King's
Valley, Liberty, Llllle Klk, Newport, Newton,
Onentta, Philomath, .Starr's I'otnt, Summit,
loieuo, luquina, Monroe, Tidewater.
I leaver. null frMb. fVinliv. rlakama.
ureeK.uiau Tidings, Highland, Motalla, Mil-waukfe.-eedy.Xurton.Oraiain
Sandy, sprlngwater, Zion, New Bra, Harlow,
"". union jiuis, inone's Kerry, rieasani
vine, wngu IIMni, NMRKII, VIOIa.
Atorta,Cllnoti, Jewell, Knappa, Nehaiem.
HkllialKm. Seaside llnoae. Waatnurf. lalhmii.
Mney, summer House. Fori Clatsop, Mtsha-
inw I'lty, Coquille. Isn-a, Umpire I'ity,
rhanleil lnlrie,Kairvlew, IlemiuOKMIl, Urn
ryvllle, larahltelit'. North lleual. tut. Kan
dolph, Sllkiii. Sltkum, Utter City. Roadon.
tiravei runt, lowa Mougn, rreeunm, Mrtle
roint, Norway, rumner, iwaersourg.
Columbia City. ClaUteanle. Marshland. Its
nler, lttverslde, HU Helens, SauvleM Isutud,
scapHMM, eiear t;reeE. tuinu, ertiouia.
Chelroe, Kllensbarg, I'ort O for-l.
PaHias Valley. tvel:.ii.. role's Valley,
Ih-aiu, Klklnn, lixleatille . ir lu-r, Kellom's,
UmkhiiuilMxa, Jlyrile ui'H M.,in canyon-
ville, Uaklarul', IViss Creek. ItuseMirg", nu
bnrg.Ten Mile.Umraua Cilv,WilborIYonealla
Uk t'reek, 1 lay's Creek, Klk Crack, Elk Head
Fair Oaks, Itouuu l'raine, KUlimuri-ipnn.
ville, John Day City, I'mlrie City, I"arkervllle,
iritcharUM, Sumter, Camp Harney, Oranlte,
Monument, ML Vernon, l'enola.
Annleaate. Ashland. Ilrownsliorongh. Ceil'
tral I'otnt, Kagle IV4nt, (Imiil's laas. Hot
Springs, JacKsonvniw, LAKeport, I'Uumih,
ltock I'otnt, Sam's Valley. Tuble Itoek, Wll-
low HpnngH, iwrnm.ing iHiue, HiianwiTeeK
Foots creeg, uaruaueii, noueer. ooaviue.
flrf.r llin.1 lilalsPnwl- U'alla. lluuyu
Lucky itoeea, jiuriHiy.
Antler. Itonanza. Dairy. Chewancan. Ilrews'
Valley, (Joom) Ijike, Lake View, Laogell Val
ley, Llnkvllle, Mergaueu, New line Creek,
silver Lake. Sonurue lUver. Summer Lake.
Tule Lake.Whttebill.WhiilleVi Perry, Ya:nax,
Dig Prairie, CoUage (Inn, C res well.
Camp Creek, Cartwrigbt's, llexter, Kugene
City. Franklin, JuncMon. Long Tom, Mo-
hawic, i'ieaani mil, uiiaw. spencer iiwk,
Bridge, Latham, Walterville.
IMDVIIltlAIVUIK, I4l7lwn, ,
s it a, rw i.... -is r..
i AiMtMy'i ih), a inura. urow h.iv;-, n -
ItonlBVllfe, IMamoml Hill, For Valy. Unwt
.--r"' . ..l .m u.t.i .
Peoria, Pine. Knio, shedd's. soda Springs so-
iuaviiie,aweewioiue,uas,viii, laoaeut, r cp
Anmra. Aumivllle. Iiultevllle. Urooks. hair-
field, Oervals, Hubbanl, Jeimrson, Marion,
ton, St. Paul. Turner, woodhurn. Alder, llow
ell Prairie, Mehahem, Sublimity.
l oniami, miwuiu-. ,, c i n, j ,
St. Johns, Willamette SlougB, Albina, Kooster
Grand Ilonde.Indeindenee,Unen, Lnckta.
mute, iwisyiiie, iionmouin, i erryoaw. i-
Garibaldi Kllcl.es, Netarts, Nestockton, Til
Butler Creek. Heppoer, U-noe, Marshall.
I a. T.i.n.lPlip TjtflMwUt.NnrthlViWtlltr.
sumnierville. Union. Wallowa, Indian, Klk
Flat, Prairie crees, sparta.
nfinn nriilte Creak. Hood Klver. Mitch
ell. ML llood.Prlnevtlle, Koekvllle, Sbellroek,
Spanish Hollow, The Dalles. Warm Springs
I . . t. tinitHHl.l.rt Oa . 1 1 lata aa, tm as as lr I aIisi
ltock. hake Oven, Crown Km. Camp Ir,lk,
lMetuiw, Ihifur, Howard, Klngsley, Alex,
"2 valley, Tyak Valley, Upper OcIkko,
cacte lcl. Wapinitia.
Beaverton, Cedar Mill, Cornelius. IXIley, For-
Creek,' Oasion, j'oppa, Heedvllle, West
ally, Bellevue, Carleton, Dayion. Lalay
', MeMlnnvllle, North Yamhill. Sheridan,
oe. West Chenalem, Wheatum!, Newbers-
Neah Bay, New Dungesess, I'ort Angeles,
Battle Ground, Brush Prairie, Fonrtli Plain,
us,i, ltiutr. Iloaear. stoaeMtoa. union
I Ittdge, Vancouver. ashogal, Fern Prairie,
La Center, Hayas, Yateolia.
, , i n m..h.H 1 inlni iSh. HiMinlim
uestai 1 1 1 c. .uvimii3 "i -. , i
Monteslno, Oat lie, Salsop.tibaron, SummlU
Alpowla, Barksvllle, Daylofi. Pomeroy.Tnk
anon, Annelta, central rvrry, .uarmao.
i, - v. UHunkp, t'al.nu T ..uir IViir.
n,. Mtieelk. ml Oftflln. Oak Point. Pekln,
I Silver Lake, Ooweeman, uiequa.
Conpertlle, Co vela ml, Dogally, Utaaiady
I'ort iHseovery, ton uoaaiw, nu
Mack Hlver, Dwamlsfi, Halt Oto. StJV
cu,i,iu uumaimr. miumk. wbub mver.
i- . j . ..
nut niakelv. Port Gamble. Port Madison
.. . . . , .J, l-ul IWb III
tti.b- irnusa. Ooluinbns. Goldsndale. Kllcki
I TM I Willie aallllVti, UMftn) , 1 upia, ivnii
I r v.""w i t
. . . . . . . : iii.i..,.. u.iA riiL.i.. ,
" " lewis.
Aimon . Bolstort, chehalK Claonato, Cow
iu. Olen Bden, Little Falls, Meadow Brook
chucS. silver Crk loek, NaseUo.
Areada, Llgbtvllle, Oakland, Skokomlsh.
Riverside. South lieml, uw, wwwwirai
Ixmllng, llay uemer, ih a,ciii
vii.i Pmntrlin. View. New Taeoma.
Puyallup. fl JE wViZZ
Pan Juan. Lopar, Orcas, Kiwi Sound, Friday
nsntarvllla. Lowell. Mokllleo. Snohomish
Tulallp, Park Place, stain wood.
Cascades, Collins' Landing.
CniliT-raek. rVmr iAkes. Fort Col ville. Hani;.
rffiu.. il? ' ' '
Coal Dank, Denver, Miami Pmtrle,Olympta,
Tanalquolt, Tenlno, Turn water, Yelm, Inde
Catblamet, Eagle Clin", Skamokaway, Water
ford. WALLA WALLA,
. , T. I l Ul.tl.IuiFU, U'all. lollS
i-aiaiia nirr, , ., ,
p.t,r DmriL fiixtiiu. I-t Conner. Lehmhl.
I.nmml. Ijrmlen, Nootsaehk, IVHnt William,
Samlsb, Seahome, Selahmoo, Ship Harbor,
Ship Island, 8kaglt,Truder,Tiatoui,Fldalgo.
.i.-inaV. rntfax. Rwartsvtlle.Owensbtirg.
rakmse, Steploe, Union FlatmtM, Clinton,
i I,eltcfivlll-e, i-anawaoa, rmv wrrs, 1 1,
I Anatone, LliMsoln, Pataha City, Unlontown
iionnm Tllenshnrr?. Fort Slmene. Kittitas.
Ronnowoek, Nanum, I'leasant Orove. Selah,
Money Order Offices.
OREGON CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
rpO TAKK RFPKCT SUNDAY, SBPT. IS. I
X 157a, nt , .
Dal'y (Humlay ejceepted) as follawg:
PORTLAND AND ItOSBBUIia
as rut. lows:
PortmiKl JS A.jf. I Itbunr r.M
rUMeusre tew a. k. I PortlaiM ia r. n .
M,n.jCY UXl'Itfess IH.'IC'
ally (exetpt Sbudajs),
i.kavk a :aiva
rUad.. 1 i; N. I Albany. Sd r. ;
bany .las a. jr. IVnUutt laaiaA. :
Ikttly (uxetiil Kumlay)
. I Junction e. a
. r fKtln.l..
The Oregon ami Calimrnln Itallroa,) I'crry
mike com nee Ion wtib all It iiilirTnln.
I IwoaniMbiw mad, at Itnaebun iil.
the Stairt s o Uic Oaliuiruui and Oregon Htaay
seTiekeU for sale to all tlieprinelnBl pot ills
Cor.P snd front Sl.,at Ferry Lsndlns.Furtlsnil.
OB" Storage will be Charged on Freight re
luulnltH; In Waiebonaes over 31 hour.
bit Freight will not be received for shipment
aiier o ii-ciocK r. ji.
J. BKANDT. Jr.,
K P. KOOKItS. (len. bupU
Qen. Freight anil Paseeiiger Agent.
Is a new Invention j
for the rapid pro-1
Uuctlon of fac-lm- I
lie eo Dies nt anr
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