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?HE POET OF THE SIERRAS.
MRS. JOAQUIN MILLEU TELLS THE
^ROMANTIC STORY OE HIS LUE.
Til? Long-Pr om i ?ed Lecture Upon the
Mrs. Joaquin Miller bas at length delivered
her long-promised lecture on the "Poet of the
Blerraa," and the Ban Francisco papers are al]
loll of interesting extracts Irom ll. The his?
tor; of the poet's early career ls fully as
strange and even as romantic as could have
been anticipated, and the fair lecturer will no
doubt make her undertaking pay. Mrs. Miller
commenced her lecture by saying that she did
not come before her audience as a wronged
or deserted wife; she did not come to com?
plain. Bhe then touches upon his early boy?
hood, of his childish admiration for a Mexican
bandit nanmed Joaquin Murietta, which
caused him to call himself Joaquin, and tells
ot her own girlhood days, of Cape Blanco, the
gloomy place where she lived, and the cir?
cumstance which led to her first meeting
HhR FIBST ACQUAINTANCE WITH HILLER.
"Living, then, In his doleful place, and Iso?
lated from the companionship ot young wo*
men-there was not another young girl within
thirty miles oi Cape Bianco-I became gush?
ingly sensational. To brighten the romance
of me ideal world which I bad formed, I
chanced to And a copy of Lord Byron's poetry
In one of the miner's cabins, and through the
wintry weather I poured over the book. I
read all the beautiful and naughty things ever
written by the great bard. About this time I
wrote the fatal lines which drew Joaquin Mil?
ler to my Bide. A schooner was wrecked off
Cape Arago, and I deemed that a flt subject
for my pathetic verse. Oregon editors were
not tsen the critical literary men that they are
now, and the lines were printed. Joaquin, or
OinclnnatUB Miller was then running an ex?
press at Salmon Elver, In opposition to Wells,
Fargo A Co. Looking over the oolumnB of |
the village paper, his dreamy, poetic eye set?
tled upon these Unes. He sat down and wrote
me a letter. His handwriting was not aa good j
then as lt la now, and I nave never been able
to wholly decipher lt. I answered lt to the
best of my ability, not being able to make out
exactly what lt was."
DETERMINED TO BE A SECOND BYROM
For four Ano days after Miller arrived, the
pair lived 4n an atmosphere of poetry, and
then they were married. Minnie Myrtle's peo?
ple were opposed to her match, but that mat?
tered little. Me took bis wile where they
lived tor six months, and then went to San
Francisco, returning to C?pe Bianco when his
money was exhausted. The whole dream ol
Miller's life, according to his wife's story, bas
been to resemble Byron. For this reason he
had early sought a Mary Chawortb.and selected
a fine-looking, buxom Willamette girl for that
place, but, of course, never married her.
After his return with his wile to Cape Blanca
he left her thereund pushed out for the mines
of Eastern Oregon. In accordance with his
determination to be a second Byron, he In?
tended this separation to be permanent and
eo told ber, for, said he, "A man never gets
to be famous nntil he leaves blB wile or does
something atrocious te bring himself Into no?
tice." He met with little success, however. In
w Oregon, and so io the spring he returned to
Eogene - City, where he commenced the prac?
tice of law,-devoting, however, a large part of I
his time to literary labors. The picture of his
JOAQUIN MILLER IS HIS WORKSHOP.
"Now, ladies and'gentlemen, with your per- j
mission, I will introduce you into the poetic |
workshop. We go up an outside stairway,
enter a hall, and from thence a small, dingy
room, whloh ls ostensibly the office of tue
county Judge of Grant County, but really the
poetic workshop of the 'Poet of the Sierras.
And here we behold the artist at work. There
ls a lfmg table covered with black oil-cloth
and furnished with drawers. Scattered over
this table are books, papers, stationery and
y manuscripts. At this table sits the artist por?
ing over a-large open book. His pen rests 1B
a spacious Inkstand, ready for use. A page of
foolscap I? spread before him, on whloh ls
written, with irregular dashes between them,
the words 'ever, clever, over, clover, are, de?
sire,' and so on. We glance at the book
spread before him. What ls this book ? It 1B
a copy, of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.
The poet ls searching lor euphonious words.
We look at the books on the table. Here ls a
rhyming dictionary, late numbers of British
and American reviews,- Harper's, Leslie's,
Brick Pomeroy's Democrat, Ac Upon the
shelves are the British poets, In bound vol?
umes, arranged in rows; then the American
poets and authors, victor Hugo's works, the
Waverly Novels, some Latin authors, ancient
and modern history and biography. There
are Ballin, Rousseau, Voltaire, Bulwer and
Soon after this Joaquin published his book
of poems, ''Joaquin et al," was elated by its
success,.and prepared to go to London, but,
to his wife's disappointment, ordered her
back to ber mother's at Cape Bianco.
When Mr. Miller went to London Mrs. Mil?
ler returned to her old home, to find the set?
tlement broken down and ruined. She was
there, as he said In a parting letter, ''left
high and dry, as lt were, with no money and
a Tittle baby In your arms."
She became very Ul, and continued sick
after going to Portlaad for change of scene.
While she was sick Joaquin obtained a di?
vorce from her. The lecturer said, Ironically :
* "This divorce-waa obtained in Lane County. I
waa not present, and knew little about the
management of lt. lt was a part of tbe pro
gramme. -He bad already prepared 'Myrrh,"
and Ure divorce was essential to give force to
the poem. Besides he wanted his entire
freedom. I did everything as was desired.
He then wrote to me: 'You had better marry
some good fellow now and settle down.' The
?good tallow' has not yet made bis appear?
ance.'' . - .
THE FAME OP JOAQUIN.
The circumstances under which the fame ol
Joaquin Miller drifted to her were such that
she did not feel that ecstacy that she might
otherwise have felt She was without money
or experience, partially 111, with the cares of
a young babe npqn her. In this condition, in
December, 1870, she found herself living In a
miserable garret over a Chinese wash-house,
on Front street, Portland. * Her brother's
wages Just kept the wolf from the door. She
had attempted to earn a pittance by her
needle, but not being a professional dress?
maker did not command large enough wages
to assist her much. One dav as she sat in her
garden thinking of Hood's "Song of the
"Seam and gusset and band.
And band and gusset and seam,
.TRI over the buttons I fell asleep
And saw them in a dream"
a scrap of paper that had come wrapped
around a package was lying on the floor, and
the name of Joaquin Miller caught her eye.
Picking lt up she read, "Joaquin Miller, the
new California poet, was pre-ent at a dinner
in London," Ac. This was the first she had
beard of him lor months.
NOT ABLE TO ASSIST JOAQUIN
In conclusion, the leotureBS disclaimed all
Intention to Injure the fame of Mr. Miller, and
denied ?Sat she bad assisted him In manufac?
turing his poems.
DEATH OE REPRESENTATIVE FROST.
[From the Colieton t^zette.]
"Many an eye may wait the dimming or onr
For a grand and glorious soul has cast
off I ta material habiliments, deserted Its tone
ment of ?lay and gone toa larger field or activity
T?e death of Flo rian ?Beary Frost was a painful sur?
prisei and shock to all who were acquainted with
him, ?nd those who wiu lament lt are not limited
to the Cl ty -of-Charleston, where he was born and
reared; nor to the County or williamsburg, which
he represented in the last Legislature. For bis
genial and enterta nlng manners endeared bim
to h carnot mends all over the state. His death ls
no doubt cajieed by hard and incessant work In
the present campaign, therefore, among the
martyrs to the canse of freedom In this state
none . deserves a more honored - memory
than -Florian - H.' Frost. lu -his death
South Carolina? has lost a eon that she might
Justly be proud ,of. and society an ornament of
rare worth. Though not having more than com?
pleted his twenty-lift rh year, bis talent and abili?
ty received rented, recognition. He waa elected
reading-clerk rf tbe House of Representatives at
tn? special session or 1868.' whicb position be
filled crertltaoiy, lp-comuqctlon wita tbe o ia ce or
acl^r commissioner fdr WTi?lamab?'-g County.
At the-' expiration of ms term or office he was
elected to the Uonse-eff-Representattves, where
n's ?esoluta:-spirit and. readiness of reply made
l?ojivlctor iq many of. the debates Into whloh he
w?t. ffiifS rlslag.tP the height of oar great,
canst. With courage,- conviction and faith to up
hold him, he soon: became one or the most la
anaajujaj members on the floor of the House.
.Evsrj one predicted for him a brilliant
future, and we cad? Hardly realize that
that fiery, electrical, Indomitable young spirit,
born to flash brightest in the galaxy or onr rlMog
men, has been quenched. We remember how at
Um State Nommai int? Convention, Ute absolute
honesty and utter justness of his mind firmly
established his reputation as a forcible speaker
sod debater, the Impression of bis speech (so
powerful and accurate in facts and argument,
and inspirational In eloquence,) wss most mag?
netic and wonderful. But a few daj s before his
deatn ttie Republicans or his county renominated
him. That be was desirous to retain his place ls
bat Bato ral, for he had watched the navigation of
the ship or State so far as to have come to have
the hard helm at which he bad steed.
"Mar the earth rest lightly o'er him." *
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WILSON GLOVER, .A.GKE1VT,
Office of Messrs, L. D. Mowry & Son,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
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Ms. WILSON GLOVER, Agent for the above safe and popular Company, ls prepared to ?ak? BJeka
In any pa?t of the State on the most satisfactory terms, as will appear by examining the several
Tables and Rates offered oy the Company, and of which the special features are:
L Policies opt Forfeltable.
2. No Restrictions as to Residence or Travelling.
3. Dividends declared and paid annually after second year.
A Policies paid within sixty days arter death, i
6. One-third premium loaned when desired. J~ ."? .
3v W. PARKER, ?:
GENERAL AGENT FOR NQRTH AND, B^UTH^C^AB^LTJJ
PORTABLE, STATION ART AND AGRICULTU?
RAL ENGINES, two to arty aoree-po wer
Circular Saw Milla, Grist Mills
Loo g and Boort Cotton Gina,
Oom and Leather Belting
Sperm, Lard, Tannera, Linage*^ Paraptoine,
White Oak Oils, TaRow,'-Ac., *?.... -
Engine and HUI Suppl ea In gr ear, vane t y. . .
CAMERON, E AR KLEY & CO., .
CORNER KEEIINQ AND CUMBERLAND STS
augaa-anos . .
B: WHITE5' '
No. 88 H AS 13 Jj STREE!
IS NOW BECElYlNG A NEW SUPPLY 0
. . ' ALL KINDS OF -
And ls selling; at MB osaailv Inw prices whian ti av
gained lor him snrn ? rerjr liberal patrtinage, BO
liOliy ?od Country, i ry bim, you will go ?gail
He ls sele Aven tor thc 1 1.
"WAKEFIELD" EABTH CLOSET,
The only one which dares claim tv give satis
faction. '-'"? . -_
Go io "WHITE'S" for your FTJENITDRE la ghi
word all o v? r the State. oe t &-s to tolmo
.- 9wt?^$ato-''Qbi* flag
WILL S^-LIr^BFeEB THEIR
s a. res, . xe?, sr.-BIH3;-.38I Fendue Bange,
at ha:f-p -at e o'clock A. M., THIS OAT,
t 600 ?N BA?UKD HAMS
scoo poonda I)ry Salted Bellies J c. L > '_ .
3600 p'iondu B*conbaoalderi . .-, . -,
lotuWBntter. *:... 1 ix i*?i?z&H
23 bau* b irrela Noe. \ and % Mackerel . ,
8 tierces Canvassed lian?f . - . - '
4 barrels Sans .g??. fl
? 26 barrels FLOTJH1*^ '^^'f*S^S
20 barrels Bed Pippin and Greening Apples
Terms cssb-^- oct?
By LAUREY, ALEXANDER & CO.
BELLIES, STRIPS, HG SHOULDERS
: THIS DAT. me 22d lDBtsb v?i t ve sold tarroni
i ot our Storn. at bair na-i 8 titi ' . ' H r H
10 boxes SMOKED BELLIES
j 6 boxes S. 0 sud D.s. .enies ' "
j 10 boxes 8. O N? Y. strips -
: io b nelss. 0. Pig Huns,,
Wbsrrels !?. o.Pi?>boulders - -
800 Large Western Sboniders. -!?
; Condltlocs cash. . . . ,, ?. .oct 28
Br PAUL B. LALANE-& CO?
WILL BB SOLD THIS' DAY, BEFOBE
onr Store. No. 176last Bay. atlo o'clock,,
i 26 half bbl?. No. 1. 2 and 8 MACKEREL
I 40 kui No i, 3 sod s Mackerel
20 titi Extra Salmon : .
8 kbds. Choice Jowls. aafflasraq
Condlilona cash._.. . . ..... ? ?-fe^^y -
STEFFENS, WERNER & DUCKER...,
WILL: SELL, THIS DAY, BEFORE
their Mores, Ven d ne Range, at s o'clock,
60 tabs Yeliow'Qoflhen BUTTER - ?.-.-.>
20 bbls. N.T. 8 rips. i ?
20 bbl.". Smell Hams ...
io-box*-n-8:tollies'* . . . .
2* bhia. Potatoes . --'?0 ;
10 dos. Broom*, Ai._,. ' 0Ct23
Bj HEfYttY COBLA Sc CO.
SO. H X M S. .
. THIS DAT, at hair-past 9 o'clock, WS WUI
-g0|1 ? * :'-1.: --IS ) t'A .
20 tierces S. O. HAMS, jost xe?elved. j^ra
Conditions ca^h. ' ,". '.Offs* "
BY JOM e. wL*?&?'j?ti;;v,a
BLANKETS ON,; ACCOUNT OF IT&;
DER WRITERS and ail concerned, Dry
Oo da, Ladles' Trimmed Hats, airtl KC nd rles. THIS'
: DAT, 23d lu ?.. . a' hair- cast 10 e'clocfc mo-will
a- ll ai oar store, on acconntof underwrnersjU'd.
all concerned, &<> palra White BED BuAKKETSt M
in zen men's and women'* Heavy MerinoGInrrt,i
?pi?ces Double snd Twist Ossstmer<-s.M pi. ces
Prlnted can on Flannel, 13 pieces Grey Kencuci f
Jeans, with a general as-ortment or cvkwtt?
Dry uoods sud Sundries, received per. leta arri?
vals. Also, 6 cases latest st?le Laites' Trimmed
Hats and Trimming Ribbon?.- Conditions osan, a
Pegg_. _? ;; rrg .,
ONE HUNDRED CHflGB SINGING
CANARIES W4I seU THIS D\X, At_10
o'cmok. at nia. Sa esroom, Ko. 46 Wei)t.wortftr
street, hi lots td tnit.pnrch^ser?. "* - -totr*1
, FT o'clock, at No. ?^^Wejiworth J?re?y
onocs?e. 37 inch, Bleached SH faTiNG, 2frpleoB? >
canton Flannel together with the na >iftl. s**ort
meot of tCssslmereSf satinen ts, a Wr-ens, Jesns
Ked and White Flannel, Ready-Made ci;,tmag):
Cotlery, Ac,; ;,; .... j -, ?regggj??j
Bj W. Y. LEITCH ? R. & BRUSg,'
' Auctioneers, y "-i
TT71LL BE SOLD TESS DAY,1 TO?ff
TV 22d lu s tan*, at the Postofflce, -a* ll:,
o' tock, . ? . ,, ,,.,. 4 ,"
Those Two Fine LOT* on the nortn'stu's "or
OhMlotie sire*;, one door wes; or Wai h ia #100.
street,' on the line of Hts Enterprise Raiurosd, ?
measuilasr each 46 feet frout by Ul feet In de '.th.
Terms coan. Purchaser to pay us for ropera;
and stamps * ?. g /j.-, ., toggjt,
Bj W.T. LEIT H & K-'SJ BRUNS, ?a
AactloBcers. iii: "Wi Utv/
TX7TLL BE 6?Lfr THIS^ DAY.^TB-B?
Y? 22d lestant, attne'Pcetoffloe, st U o'clock,
'that p easautly sitoat d t woAtdry DWI LL* NO,
wita tlazra and kitchen--cont t>loer six square
rooms, Himstedt on ? thomson h wde ot Spring
.-treet, third door west of Ashley sad ko own by
theonmbfcrSt. Lot measures 4C feet bj nein
drain, more or less. - : .7. : lo i Ji-?? uo
Termn-one-third cash; balance In one and two .
years. Parchaeer io pay ns for papers ?ndu
stamps. _ . . ?.e02a>."J
Bj W. Y. LEITCH A B, 8. BBUf?|S.a
Aiicilonteri. f* ,:- "
WILL BE SOLD THIS DAY) THIS ?XD1"
Jnstant, at ll o'cl ocr, at tlib .'ostotnoH,
by the No.' 23. Lot meaau.ea 24 feet Lout, by^t.c
feet in depth..... -, D .... - ," ?-.t?j-a.?,
Ttrms cash. Purchaser to pay us for^peirs1
and stamps._ 2SS?5?
W. Y. LEITCH & R. K'BBTJNS^ -;
Auctioceere. r.:'A3f??\ X
BESI BABLE STORE, No. 285 KING
8tMt, oy order Execator or ILO Estate
uiJOHN BUSSELL. ,. ^, , LM??.,:...... -.
WUi be sold THIS DAY. the 22d in* taut, at
the Posmfflce. ?tit?W ot, r?f ?-?Jjosant^p_?3
bat Three story BRICK sTpRB, No^2? Wpjr
stree . westside., ormer.y.lciown as ROSSbi-L's
Bookstore Lot meas?r?i1 ?f ftet front by I4T*.
feet lo depth,! more or Iresi nvil ~ ?s:::a.L'j
Term-.-o. e-i turd oa-h; balanc* one, two and.
threv years, secured by bond andmurtgage, wttla1
Inter st at tn e rate Ol ten p?-r ?nt. per sonnnie
Property tobe Insured, and p hoy of insurance
to oe axslgn?d. Fbrohaaerto pay ns for papers.
octta - . Lq.tuft ..vcl
By W. Y. LEITCH iSr Bi'8. B?UH?T"'1
SMALL RESIDENCE, VERNONSTBtBT,
NEAR WASHINOI??.^^ tH?9lBU
Wi 1 he sold THIS. DAY" tas 02d ins taut, ? -at
the old Postoffloe, at ll o'clop?,. -^.^ i
That Defclrabl?'Two anda Hair Story Wood?*'
RESIDENCE, and Ou t ooiid iu ga on tb* oort I?, side
of Vsroon street, kaowu,#s >o. 28. onad OE-west
of washington. Lot measures 89 feet front Oy
lioTeetiu uepth, nioreori?ss;:; lal ic .i bOaitaxa
That Two ' ?Story Whoden "B?^*blW*|yi?olnTi^
the above on the east, and inownas-No. as: Vern;
.noa- street. Said. Bonding cou4*DJ*?fow"Ssa .
Rooms Lot measnrts sa recs iront by Hu re? tn
depth, more or less. .feaigQ
Terms-O .e-Dalf cash; balance in one and two
iyears, with interest. Purchaser to W^nt.
f?fan,..'. - i? ? .??? -y-- - =.?' ' -aetn
STEAMER W ATES LILY. " .r , . ,
- WUT be sold TH? DAY,-the ?a t^twjvat;
I Seuthem Wharf, where she now lies, at li.o'doc*.
^The Powerful and Light ^^l^i^^r
?WATER LILT," lately P'^gMj^JWi^sii^
Passel ger Boat bv?wjeea Cnt?estOB -?d ttte,
lsutnds. Dimensions: Length ov*er?I Vf toet,
breadth2?feet,draft8feet4ioches? ?. -". '
She has two (2) Low-Freisure EngdnM^pn-:
nected alright angles; diameter of cylinders 30
Inches; 3H feet stroke; ts admirably adapted tor
I owing purposes. L ;.::-raj .-.?iy.csL c>.3..t
? months, wuh'spproted personal t ecunty.
OClK .'' '??'?'?'.l^^ ' "K" f..jJ::.".r."d ;\r;...:.i~.
jsjpsWm AfMttoBser. ..*
QMALL IGENTHBL, BE^ENM ??,
O NON street, sonth aids, west ofJ^?^S??>
Lot 86 oy 140 feet.' tour rooms, dreeslag-roo?,'
pantry.. Water op the premises, Ao. Ai *MpO?0^
P WW be sold THIS .DAY the 224 lnstsayspS
o'clock, st the Poatofflce. '. - 1.
Terms ossh. .IVA L asaiil os?W? i?
=?= .. - II.I ?!..... J ?.M.1JMT)
gittftion 0ale8'-intaw ?5CB?V &
R, M. ?ARSHALL & BROrn - -
IK f ILL BELL. ON WEDNESDAY . AT
TT half-past 10 Coi oe k, at No( 8* Broad
^^o?'SWiafc-'''* ' . tr r,j<*"?
?cuas at tDb^UsaLe.
THE GRE4T NATION?L -^ABK^"tN
^YaSemito Teds*, woe? -flats**? oaf
reuced lo H) will be .hagianjicai MgftW*^
in tte wor ld, if lt had.-a Une me^clnAi-sprlTrg,
ttketlie^&an Seiuer lt woiild?e^pM8<r.xY?
somni?r wiihoat being prov^dM WiO^^; ,. =
which is 1'ioatleal la lt? components and irs rr
fecfci'wlth the ?amou8'Prus*lat?Spa. It tak????
an iniitautto ?vu?? fromt-thts. prepvation-taa
most d-Hghttui and - admtrahle ??#Jtf*S?!W
dranahts. Aa a cure tor b U?nsoei?s, rh?nm*?Bm.
tndigestWa, CODkapaUon. neivousne^^A^Md
as s renovator ot the system, ic stands atone,
sold by &U druggists. -. ?<a^