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The generosity mid magnanimity of
Contagion From Smalt Fox.
Tlio following on the contagion of
Svrunn.vr Mons-r.vti, Fob. 10, 1800. our Democratic friends i becoming small pox, is deduced from tlio obser-
'qMrrTr"p Iw"'" JJ" immense. A short timo since, they nation o! one or our physicians, ami
Iho Courageor Woman. n ,oud- dl(niam,ing jMiifttillf may bo regarded as authoritative. In
0, woman I was there over such a 'ami denouncing the debt contracted 'in I the tirst place :
'pamMox? ' Oeni lo, yet stein and reso-1 putting down the rebellion, at n stupen-1 Persons who have been exposed to
eluten mailed and belted warrio -in 'dous fraud. The scene change. u smnll-pox, cannot convoy the disease
t1ic'"'iiour 'of peril timid, yet brav claim has been presented in Congress , wy llieir person or clothing, except by
est in the face of danger. During our by a women named Murphy, who avow actual contact. The exact length of
"epidemic, when strong men shrank in that sho was a loyal woman, and that time that clothing will hold the iulce-
"'cilinay ; when the dearest ties ot kin-. her house was destroyed by the shot thin is not well ascertained. If they
lred wore severed by the fear ol con- and shell of the enemy, while being j arc well aired it soon vanNhcs, but
'"'taginn, the delicate iiiul gentle mem- ued as a fortification by the Federal , when packed away in a close room,
bore of the Catholic Sisterhood brave- troops, and the Democratic press ot the , trunk or cloet, it has been known to
oly stopped lonvard to assuage the , whole country including that ol Oregon be nursed for mouths. From tho per-
horrors of the pestilence. For weeks are crying, "pay it pay it 1" Why this ton it may bo removed by one good
they'jiavo not coated their miniura- uddeu change in Dcmorratiu policy? bath but clothes cannot be sifely ills-
, timi's. Day alter day, ngaitMt the warn- i Why this xlraordiuury generosity? inlocted in one day, except by expos-
'ings of physician', regardless ot their i The solution is plain. It is either be" , ore to a strong gun of chlorine, (this
own health like pallid watchers in the cauo they expect to derive great beiii- ga miy lie procured by exposing n
Tcstibule ot Death thesu sell s aeritU- tic from the Irnilsot their magnanimity vessel coiitaiuiug salt and oil of vitri-
ittg women have wrestled with the or expect to bury the Uopublionn party ol in a close room a gentle heat will
k'ingofterrors. In chamber burdened under the ovorwhelniiiiug load ol debt, will promote it evolution.)
that they call upon a Republican Con i A patient having small-pox or vario
gros to incur. Tho claim of this wo- loid may convoy the. dieusu by con
man is to be the entering wedge tor ' tact or by (he breath. The air is in-
serins at which the bravostnlu might , thousands of similar claims. If it i footed for many feet about him. Tho
falter; they have cooled the burning I allowed by Congress, claims will nt inlcctioii is ptusihlo at any time
thirst ol the sick; in the lat hour nl- 'once bo prociited for the value of slaves throughout the disease, from the lirt
fered the soothing consolation of rel' set free in the loyal States ot Kentucky, moment ot '.he fever until the lust mo-
Maryland and Delaware, by the email incut of the dropping off of the scale.
cipatiou proclamation, anil just a much ; My Mime it i supposed to Micrcao in
founded in justice. The Inline of the degree up to tho time of thecrii, then
women, Murphy, wa nnl, as an act of to diminish until the scale drop oil.
war, to stop rebel bullet. The slaves Death does not arrest contagion. It i
ot rebels and loyalists, alike, were ink-, even thought that putriiacliou pro-
on trom them to prevent the rebel motes it.
ranks trom being filled jainlgovcrninci t The degree of severity of snnll pox
only spring twin the stroiigenandpttr- ira .lit, with a much propriety, bccalled doe. not depend upon its intensity in
est faith H ran only be founded in I '" '" I"1)' 'or 'he slave of a loyal owner the source ol contagion ; but rather up.
with sickening odors, rooking with
loathsome corruption, amid sufl'ei-
nig, and delirium, and malne, and
gion to the dying, and performei the
!at sad nllice for the dead. And tor
no reward ave that which i beyond
"the thn shold olcternitv! Was there
ever lfcroiui more sublime? Amid
shrieking shell and gleaming steel, was
there i' or courage greater? IlUmoie
"than heroic it is supernal ! It can
tilt1 lleepest and iniKt niMwervliig Jmpf as to pay lor n house destroyed in a on the date or condition ol tho person
, it con only he born of the iinpiratinii ' ''attic. It is scarcely supposablu that leeching it. For instance, mij pn A.
' that took the ting Iroui tho crown 0f ' r'viTimieiit nill do any such thing, ! ha continent small-pox; II. Im vario-
thorn ; ninllltc billonn- Irom the Iiy-1 u,,t " this ,e'11 clil' allowed, it will , loid ; C. a good vaccination of sveral
Isop tliiit was given to Mini who taught ' '"' ,l precedent lor all others. This is year standing; D. ha a recent raici-
u charity. ScotTa we may doubt
'c we" nitty, we inut View with admira
tion, the power and truth of a religion
"'that bestows on the weakest and gen
tlest of humanity ; n courage so unfal
tering, a fiiilh ho splendid ami so ever
'lasting. Let predjttdiee bo sileul'unw;
nnd a thoc gentle sisters of niorov
have done to us mid ours, let us so do
oxnctlv what the Democracy wish,
They tried the people on the question
ol repudiation. Tho people wore hull
est and replied by their vote in Novem
ber that, Inrge as the debt was, they
nation which i good, ami E has no
vaccination. Now nolo the rcult ol
contagion: C. will take only a vario
loid, no matter whether he be exposed
to A. or I). D. will ouiliiro exputtie
w uhl pay it houetl.'. The wi'y hope to cither patient with impunity, uhih
t ion, ot Democracy is : that the dubt . li. will have small-pox pcrhup in a
will become to stupendous that lopadi ; malignant form, oven though he be el
ation umt cnue, ami the shame and , pcd only to II. There is only this
financial ruin ot the country bo laid to ditfereuco, h: that tho continent will
the Republican party. Democrats jspiea.l the inlcctioii farther than the
need not be troubled, however, the j varioloid will,
claim ot Sue Murphy or any other per- Them may be a third source of this
.r ' '7kc Eptdcmic Abating.
' We have not In nrl of a new cae of
"small-pox in tin county since hist Sat i s 1 1 will not be nidod by their clamor, j disoetheides the touch and the bicath
unhiv. The youngest :hild ot .Mr. I for while their bitter hostility againt i or exhalation Irom the body, and that
Alex. Martin was the lat, and wo tin- ayiug tho jut debts of the nation, is is epidemic influence. This i uiucii
ri.t.Ki . .... s. :. ..ii .t - ! ... i.... i. .1...: i.i -...-.. .. ! i!. ...i i .i .. ,, .
vj u m uuv ui .in ii.iiiit. ro iii-pii, uit-ii niiiui-ii gi-iicni-iny i very iisjmicu, um wny mil ,' II, as l sup-
lually but one eae now under I unseemly, and too palpably hypocriti. t poed, tho seeds of this disease oonit
cal. lhe Kopublican party will ad-, Mt vegetable sporalet, or mioro.copic
minister the government lor the next ninmlciil.n. , whv niav not minute in
i'W years; and a then- uil bo but wi.,i.i . a .. i ..i "i ..
few Democrats mixed up in its admini.-' V.'Sll'lu d'" ,N "' U!,'m ,Mf c",,,'cU',, '"
glad lo y it is out of
treatment in Jauksou eoiiutv, that wi
, are aware 1 lb it of the vnuiigcsti-on
of.Mr. Did Steam on Wagnercreek
T -It i n coiitliicut case, and recover.
j.i.nImot liopele-. On Saturday night
a,cliil)l died on Kanaka Flat, and n
j Monday its father, George Wall, fol
,: lowed thus swelling tho aggregate
; deaths to twenty. Tho situation i
L again hopeful, and it no iuw casei.
tsliow, tliemtches in town, business will
probably be resumed next week. We
hope tho. people throughout tho whole
State will.take warning by our terrible
. jcniirgiug and attend to vaccination
; without, delay. Hud it Hot been done
jjcre, theic would have been EOarculy
".enough" Iclt to burv the dead.
'' The UnivnUt uhnervc that by 1870
ithere. will bent least 6322 S03 in the
..(treasury on which the peoplu will be
frpiiying ten per cent interest : and that
without nny fault of theiri.
.. We differ. .Ilisentirly their fault, and
i if they read the lesson aright; they
. will, in luturCtfS'-tid decent and cuihlc
; liiu'ii, apd not "ruffian?" (o called) to
- .represent them in the legislature.
' Tl o Democnitio pipers nro making
a groat f us' out Ula i's opinion of
Grant.' They seem to have forgotten
the pVrhociatie opiriori ot Illair, prot'y
( gcnentlly otprised after tho Novem
ber "ground swell."
i TJie, Albany Democrat requests the
veditorof the Counmrciul to keep hi
cxJhaud off the Uiblc, Wo wcio not
u aware that a.Democratio editor over
jgotnear enough to the sacred JJook to
lio f-IVHA liw ii!itnn na IfmiLinB II..
r n V j"...., ..
ni-denies the charge and has the benefit
Sil,'e 011,,t ,m,il 'G.Mieardfrum.
Mr. Max Midler returned from San
Francisco this week. Wo beliuvo he
((jhaH effected an nrrangomont with tkV
urtdilurs of .Muller and Hrentano. '
' """Tiii: Ki.L'UTton. Tho town election
"' yesterday, resulted in tho choice ot U.
'B.'Havdenfor lU-cordur, and O.Jacobs
will never char n wiuk bad oil, only,
will. If the wick chars more than an
eighth of an inch in depth the oil is
' bad and of course dangerous. Tins
i. .. . ..... i
f-""m ', .. , T. . laci is a sure ami rename test, aim in-
, To the Unlonht. In an explanation u,,(, , ..,.,, tll0 wick- ,ie il
should be emptied at once, and a bet
ter article substituted. It people would
observe thi rule, coal oil explosions
would be unheard of.
tration, it will probably be Kitiafactorv l,,u Jir, ouu waiieu oy me liree.u to
to the people, it not to'tlio Democratic distant part, jut as cholera has been
party. j known to do overleaping long spacm
Eorronso.VT.tK W,.vr..-TI,ero !'l "-r muelml, and alighting
pears to be a general activity among ' '",. " '"T , 7'ml
the Willamette editors. Dow. ot th?- !"'T T lrllm' W",,,, h one
., i i ii- , IKIIIll ot coutliglOII .11 d Willi d Well ev
Commercial ha been sloshing about , . . , , . . . ". l.
, .... . ., ., . I plain riome isilated caies which t i
in variou localities in the valley. Iiv i , - ,,, , " '
i i . .i , - i i , - I claimed "were never exposed." . One
laud ol the Juiterprite has been "skiv. ' , . , . ' ' '"'
. ... . , "'iug is certain about opiduinies t hat
I ig" among the towns of the upp r :.,.,. , ., ,
II - in tll.it C.ISeS ul lliu mum !. r.... .
V illainotte. One of tho boy of the 7.
... , , , , , ,, ,. aiore iiialignant than m sporadic cm-.
btut Journal has been "a xproadiu" , , , r, ., ' ,, .
, : u .tin i i i ' " opiileiuics, coiilliieiit anil -imix is
himself anion" tho here of a neighbor- ., '. ... . . ,
ing town ami Carter of tho G.nttU mlW. Ct'ml"ly '8',-w''"' -''
been on a v,sit. Albany. The latter J"1m 'w C0,,lJ'"-',lt " ov
i ctid to have actually had oine monj i ' ,
oy with him-his being a teetotaller Pilot 1,'ock furnishes tho lollowiu":
probably accounts for this important , Under date ol February 2d, a cor.es.
Cict. If our brothers of tho quill aie poudeiit at Klamath Agency write.:
in search of sunny skies let them step "All well here and getting along line
this way. If they want to sec the ly. Luteveuingit rained" shower and
prettiest women in Oregon we have blew Irom the o th ; and t,e snow is
them; and if they only want a good 'almost gone is off the road between
lime, we'll "disinfect" rith them and , here and Kowasio told n..l-vV Vr
itthov happen to "catch it" they will precaution will be observed iu regard
be furuii-hed a bunk in tho pest limito to sniall-noi. X.. I...II .., ...i,.
t the pubho exH.o so come along. ( ted to isit the Fort or Agency. Copt,
Coal On. Explosions. A paragraph UcUu,K"r will render nil aid necessary
has gone the rounds ot the pre--, ah-1 t0 'dbrco stringent regidatiuus.'
juring people ;q keep their lamp wicks Oregon City Dick (Indian) who wa
carefully trimmed, ami thus prevent contiued lasitall, on iupiciou ol being
coal oil explosions. The fault is not renegade crimiimHruin Willamette,
in the wick, but in tho oil. Good oil I wa " ,r,,m u,u "i'r,, ,,ou,,i al
It. lvlama(h on Jan. 24th, no charges
having been touud against him ulli
cieut to warrant his longer incarceration
John Gotbred returning I rum Lost
River on the 2d iust., sa,ys the horses
From Our Klamath Correspondent.
Klamath Oon , Fr.n. 1st, 1800.
Many and various are the reports
that are continually reaching u, in re
regard to the spread ot the small-pox
in Jacksonville mid Yruka, many are
exaggerated, and not a fuw no doubt
untrue-, and still the latest reliable ac
counts (Su.vii.nkl, 1 Oth Jan,) aru tor
rible enough and well calculated to
cat a gloom over the whole country.
The Indians on the Reservation are
very much alarmed, and for ouu time
there is no trouble in keeping llieiu at
The roldest weather experienced out
here thi winter, was on Jan. J 1Kb the
thermometer Muuding at five below gi
ro at Fort Klani ith, cold weather only
lasted a low day, it is now quite pleas
ant weathoi, rained a very little hist
evening the ice is breaking up on the
Lake, and skating is played out for
tho proeiit at least.
For the last two weeks everybody
and their Irienil have been turning
their energies towards tUiUny. The
mania for sleds have broken out anion j
the Indian, and it is an everyday oc
curence to see some white-eyed .spotted
cayusc running ami bucking with the
skeleton ot a sled hanging in him hr
ra hide string-. The boys have con
stiiictod what they called a "jumper,"
and from peixoial experience I mil ot
the opinion that the thing wa well
named. The trial tripuaaccomplih
oil utter tho following stylo, nod wa
what I call i-lcighiug under dillcultie:
The thing being made lat to a spirit
ed horse having an invitation look
n cat along with the conductor ('
the way a man id ovperieuci-. being
trom a cold country) who was ju( go
ing to show u Wchloot'crri how folks
enjoyed themselves in Canada. Off
dashed the liciy steed, and all Weill
'jut splendid" until wo como to a
i-liort curve iu the roi I, whun instead
ot staying with the "jumper," we wore
U-ll standing something le than twen
ty loot to one side, our he.vs and
shoulder under snow, and righted up
just in time to co our horse uiul hied
dhiippcar over u low ridge. The horse
wa caught three miles Irom where we
tttnyea, ami ctrangc to say jumper
wa sound in all iu parts. Next duv
the indomitable Tucker tried it again;
but byliimelf alone. The result wa
a general but up of olei,aiii! the print
of a man, lull length iu tliesmnv isplaiuly
vimIiIc at thii writing u end luiupci
ritliug here (,'upt, .McGregor has or
dered one, ami big sport is anticipated
Snow six inches deep here and twelve
to fourteen ut Ft. Klamath.
Wooden Hail Road.
It seems that the people ol, Washoe
intend building a railroad .from Iieuo
to Virginia Cil, using tiierolor wood
en rail, and thut with ninuxliuiiin
grade of 132 feet. "Tho rails will be
of Oregon spruce tho cars will bo
drawn over the road by horses or by
light locomotives, the latter with
wheel covered with thick iiidia rub
ber tires." About ft year ago tho Sei
ent(ttc American had an article on tho
subject ol Wooden railroad, stilting
that maple hud been lined and touml
to lut several years. In this case I
think the uiiipleiull was laid upon a
sub-rail to give more solidity between
tic much tho sumo tin u Hal bar ol
iron funnel ly used.
The Virginia City people will find
that spruce i not "the most compact
specii-s of timber to be loiiud on the
I'ael llu" Coast," us they seem lo set
forth. It might answer torn "sub-rail"
whereon more "compact limber," as a
rail could he laid. Hut even then it i
not considered us good us yellow fir,"
being much more liable to decay. The
limit of spruce on! certainly durable,!
compact and lough, il they ure meant ;
but they are scaiccly fitted lor mils.
Spruce poles ure tough-so far as bend
ing m iy go for Hag poles ifce ; but
wood, to be to.igh mid compact in the
!cuc meant tor a rail on a railroad,
miMt not bo liable to ttruvin, as both
spruce and lir will do, and probably
ii-li Hut theic are plenty ot kinds ot
compact timber no the Oregon Co.il
(and ml mil), that uoiibl be equal mid
iu sume cn-es stipoiiur to tho maple
wood mil of the Kot.
There i it is ubuuiliiice or oak or. the
ooai near the shipping points, that il
cut iu tho proper seaon i very- hard
g'ay and springy, ne handles Irom
it being prclerred lo the imported iu
many caes. Maple uU-i uboiiud
vine maple, curled maple Ac, while
plenty ol ah can he had far hello
than priiee. Myrtle, however, would
be much the bet (or the pun ne. Cut
at the proper time, it has ulmot the
consistency of (iX'Wiinil, imo.I bv on
.'" I, "on iiausfuiiimi casiir iioitriv
en into it when lironerlv heusoned
Ciiliforniuii call it "laurel," iu veneer
ing furniture, mi I for ornamental pm
poi- It i abundant iu all thestream
ol the Coast iff Oregon, in Kogito Uiv
r ami Coiiuille, iitlaiiiing n tieiululi ol
thiny mid forty ,.,t lo the rst limbs,
inn iri-cpi-niiy niiirjug I
.Most e.Veellent I
streams, on- cuv
-c purpose o( u., n;'
01.. totaeor. of Cat, ert
llm orM. death, Dlttrtot ail,, 7 . l
Juiliclsl tl..,.ct. jZlT2lVx
Hie mwiiiig. Uud.urt tootiun f jf. .T.
court I. the ,rtt. Utt))titZX.
r.1 us aid euntmllU. 0. J.oU,4.D. ,0
II. Wulwn and J. It. Nell. 7'
U,Hanh , ,Blu lb or the court tb, .(,,..
uo,m. Mr. Jscot Pr.ulrf th. MlwK. nZ
hit uutoii Ik bull or lbtomllte.,4llu3
. -hurt mIiIkm 0 ll)e court .d Usr. uwu.U,.
U.M . I iblt V.r.u .d Ur.1.BBirC
f -y i..iiuw.d. rtumnK uirB.f ;;,,;.
Im.- U...I public WflM orilw dtCu(fU
turni7 of Uitntn. r "
Whirrs. luce lhe Im ...Ion nf im, nn..
hie C'uun, Uul. Wm. 0 I "Viml , n,.B,,f'
.....,,U.r..ribe!r .ml . SCt JjJ
h r C.tcull Iu. lull.,, ,c,ul , " W f
WmwieT "" 'W-'SSf.
;.Wrn. 1 but In Ibi-dtallicf Col. T'V.i.
11.1. H-r W U ul.lr.1 a,d i.u, f luiili
l-rii.Ml iik-mlwrs. Ihl cmnmunli, . WUlV T
a....i.t in ..r II. lire.K , A iS.
'in mlkm-iile. -r-i
.Kiv.l 'i, Tlmt we ilecptt st mMihlu il
iirnr kiI to- ; uli, , tllL,.u r nZt'Z
"iu departed rriend. lb, w.mW. ol th . tUf,
.....lllr will ,.r ,L cu,ilmiut. ".
ni"iiriiltix fjr thin iU,,. ' unp n
Itnliot. 3.J, Tlut ll.e mliiiite of hrm m.
ieiliiu..nuilne.iijr or Ih,, i:.,lu.rb,
linad iip.li! thx Urcnril tit this Court, awl that
ij y ! Ihf sthwU-iruiiimiileil l.r lit ti.
seliiM to lb lumlly ut l!,r ilrt.vir!.
J It .N.-.II. E.U tWT.IX,
r u- c- a r.r.l'HIM.Chilwa.
0 n. km.sa. 8c.
W Vl.l.-tlu , Mli Imt., Mr. (iiurf Wll,
mI nloiiitU ymr.
-I'CAItN'S On IVajtner errk. yrttrrila;
i -in 1 eb 12th, (I'lirye tiii-in, ua u
-iuru, m;iu nnuiii mjrars.
Clotuino Recoveked. We men.
tioneil a case lait week where a foolish
ins.ii had prvwned all his clothing or
drink. On Monday, the man's wile,
accompanied by Peputy SherifT Owen,
visited some Chinese camps and rccov.
erfll nil tlio nrmurlv A ...) ....,!.
.IlnrKu-iiivt-F ViMinJThu A.i. Una ' $30 had been sold for tl fiO and a
" MilUW ,nalaotrinZ a splendid ar I f JJiZSZ SS.KJS
The following b Iroui the Marjr,iU
Appeal. Wonder who the ippl!coiit
can ho? If he will show himself wo
will give htm a notice iu our peculiar
Out- of our moichauts received tlio
following loiter, willed heai-silai.-Juel,.
soiiuillo (Oregon), .lauu.irv 18ih:"liii.r
Sir: I wriieyou to uccrtuiuil one could
got constant I'liiplov incut ut teaming
irom .viarysxiiie to other points wnli a
two or four hor-e team. 2d. Could
one make any thing by being ecouoiui
calwitlisuchte.ini?' .Id. Aie there
any deiiiauil for school teachers iu your
county (that is out ol your line 011111
iiiicii h"wecr), pmv filing one could
C'linc with u good lecommeiidatiou,
Kuiining u team 11ml teaching i the
iiviication iu which I wi-li to oiigige,
providing one could acrumuhile ilu-.io-by.
1 have a wile and chibt; um -it
years old, anil can have a recoiuiucii'l
lion trom the best men ot.lucksoiivilb-,
it desiied. It, however, you know ot
any other employment in which I could
engage with Slleii 11 icfouiilleiidatiou,
such art clerking, keeping books, selliu
gooiU 011 coiiimi-son, lc, by which
means I might procmo or accumil.itc
tlu-roby, you cooler a great l.ivor by
iiitoriiiiiig 1110. i'erhaps I am ukiug
too much. I don't know any one iu
your country, hence um somewhat at a
loss." AVo woibktjot lecomiiieuil the
writoipcouio RPas a teacher hi
grammar won't do; hut wo havu 110
doubt teaming would ''accumulate."
anil cattle are looking fine.
Six gentlemen, among whom weie
Messru. Johnston, Miller (Uncle Ike),
Furlowraml IIollou, left here about the
4th i4a'for G00& Like ami ailjauciii
regions, it is certainly rath r early to
have a pleasure trip through that high
country, and rather nu uupropitious
Wine to choose locations.
".Illaud, February Oth 1800,
Mr. Muller, who has just returned
from San Francisco, says it is dlflicult
to hear of a single case ot small-pox,
( but from that stand point it is nearly
New DisiM'htTAN'T. Our Irienil
Shcphanl ol Ahhiud, is informed by
tw.11 uudicul Irieinls iu Yiekn, Dr's.
Lamb it Skinner, of a new ami power
ful disii Icctniit. Il is u mixture ot
gum usufajlilu and cscneo ot uiepfil
a .ii..;..iii.i m'i.. ..a!.... 1 ..,.i.i ii.
men have' tried it one ot them won
ii-sparkiog th'e other night with sooty
oil out 11.11 r, it 111 1 111a gin a very nviii
red headed young lady, left the pno'
ises. He judgeii that "what sho c11'1
stand must m.iku nuiall-pox e.ive n
Ax Afpmctkh Family. Iu tV Cas
tro family ut lliiwkiusvllle. neiVrekii
there have been six deaths fom siuii1
pox within two weeks, 0i niore "
likely to die nm) two vvfl prol"1)'
recover. Thoro have len no cases
growl ii o mvrtl
doubly . iu,blc,j
her I'm- many pur
mil for railroad!
the hot hind, tor
-xh:iutii'.ilo iu fcl
"Vow" is per!,?
woods lor "wood
lough nod cnmp.uHJ
rather small, uuilu
plenty nf timber,
bate thought ot
it. Hut why ali
awake to tho imp
transit mads 11s
Wooden rail ro
not coat scarcely I
loss Ibau iu W.-isI
coming when sii
must toice tlieiusi
day talk ol cumin
that nearly every
railio.ul al his on
to a mud iiuil
her is handy, soil
than no ordiiiry
11 railroad vvfcli w
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'illlptltil ilb lbriiilirm'iiluf Hie Puuslina
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the ci iiulrv;
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was raised and odi
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last wiuicrj;' Woj
uconiuleil ltli 1 tli
in I'mi.'sH. He
I,, f lllllll IIIIM .
,,ty olithe cuiiutr
Vlie now has the
will gel to icturuji
24iiu otata Jour
ido ol buckwheat flour.
(plucky, drunken husbands would find 1 wl n Jacksonyillee and other son, the telegraph agent at yiHo "V
uivii suppiy in iifjunr soon rut on. 1 remote psces,r). 1 rorm ui
for oorsnnnl nrotf
outstdo ol that family, po jir. i u'"i' (iellt.0 0j ln0 Wes
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