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..JANUARY 19, U72.
TUSTTt bit rpLincs. -
The Nw York Herald is out with a
obg leader upon "anti-Grant RepuMl
nm" And la tbe masterly way la
Which the subject U handled, w ar led
to bellev that there are mh wIm
Biyteretand the tormlty of political I
trickery, whether they dealr to abolish
corraptioa or not. - " rJ
" "A bery of malcontent and
beads' la the camp of tha party
tower la no new thine Under the
'a hava had them, tuolw or leaa, nndsr
--.s,lno.t rerr adinlutotratton bom
WMhlngtoo down. Under General
Jackson there waa a remarkably abun-
IMJlt riV) VV ... J m wuot.
- method of deeliug with sorehead waa
er eflW4lT and aatUlactory. Calhoun
-- and hia Southern naalcontenU, however,
' wera at last too much for Van Bureu.
-- They killed him otr and they ruined poor
Pierce and Buchanan. 'Honest Old
AU IJnooln" had a whole Cabinet of
i'realdentlal rival and hostile intrlg
uera; but be was a shrewd diplomat with
hostile conspirators, and ha an Quietly
shelved them all that eren tha Chief
. Justice to this day haa not discovered
how It waa done. General Grant, In hla
turn. In hla honest eudearora to satisfy
the country In the administration of the
a rat Irs or nis great otnea, omm raiacai up a
consilerable number of dlaaprwlnted,
disaffected and plottluit, bortlle poli
ticians. Conspicuous anion, the leeler
and trumpeters of these anti-Orant Re-
publicans are rtenators runnier, renion
Trumbull and Carl Hebura.-iJovemoi
Grata Brown, of Missouri, and Mr.
Greeley, our Uter Franklin.' "
This aalrroonfeaalon of the rapacity
of corrupt office eeofcera la given without
neatly failing to see that tbera la that in
party politics which engenders "sore
... . haa is." a sort of rottenness, ao to speak,
which aSeotaaU politlelaaa who mil to
secure public bounties, continues t
jL: "Mt Fentoa aspired to and xpeeted1
. tb control of tbe spoils sud pluiuier oi
tha New York Custom House, and, fall
ing In this expectation, and outraged
beyond endurance la seeing his col
leacue. tike amiable Conkilna. with Tom
Murphy, master of tha situation, what
eise waa left to tha aorely anointed Ken-
toa bat revenge aral net Qran Conkling,
thanTa email matter T Ha vaaunoU
thatlarananaaiaa tbe Maw York
Rapubliean party Mr. Fen ton, without
tha spoils of tha Custom House, can do
..nothing? And Is thiaaiot exactly the
caee with air. Greeley, aa sir. rrutou'
- riahthower f - Of course, thro. t a net
-aWUy eiear to Mr. Fentoa 'that the aat
vatlna of the eoantry requires tha defeat
of General Grant: and. of course. Mr.
GUy iaeonvlnced that anlsaa w re
duce General Grant to-one' term, tha
eourttry-wUL-be ruined, and every man
la Maw York willhave to go-out Went
and buy a (arm.'
Verily our law-makers have created a
. enof thieves, and we'll venture t affirm
' -tot tha Ken York Herald is in eome
way eompenaated by the m for writing
an thla expose of 4he outt; elss why
should that Journal thus apeak of "the
; aw laft 'wyJMldlH 'liarry'Tff'ao
' nothing," giving forth no word of censure
against sxlsting customs? Verily our
political house-keeping la a pretty mess!
If woman wera not coming to tha rescue
wa should soon see the National roof-tfee
fljj through. IU, lniuM-enAlottcnnaaa.1
.But though all the dcbrU aocamulatad
.during many eaoeeasiva decades of Na
tional bachelordom offends ber aense of
r, aba la coming to bring
order out of confusion, and, by tha help
of bar brother man, begin at tha bad-
. rook, of first . prindples
llah our government upon tbe
mopolltan Idea of Liberty, Justice and-
-Fratamityr rather than th-poltid
plunder of Custom Houses, -and the
dispensation of. public patronage from
tha band of a man's rights Executive.
OUI 1EPLT TO FAPIX 10. 1
We art sorry to see our Bible-ad ber
ing brother entangling himself la such
a fog. First ha told us last week that
. Woman ftaffrage waa right; than he
aald It waa wrtmg for married women
because they wara not free ; and now lie
na that all natloua who hava ao-
: corded to woman any right hava based
their religious belief upon tha Bible,
- and because audi nations enjoin wifely
ooedienca, "that tha wife la rightly sub
ordinate to the husband ;" ami tuataa
cauaa "among tha Inferior animals the
' male la soperior in stature, strength and
beauty tothe female," and beoauss the
male, among them, Is tha "protector
and tha female subordinate,', be fears
that women Wtn.ly their freedom, ''en-
danger tha marriage relation."- 1 oar
brother propoaas loretura to first aytn
el plea and be governed by brutal preca
ha most Ignore tha marriage reta
Uoa utterly, making aiioaf In every In
atanca the rule' for Ho V. We beg him
to consliler that wbiuen i aa rufftaa-lsla
- ara not dealing with animals, but with
aantlcnt, Intellectual belags, who ought
to be . mperior to tb brute creation.
JWbH wa ara willing to admit that man
la superior In rtatur to woman, wa ar
not willing to concede that she la hia
. Inferior la InUllertaeJ strength and
. beauty.. (.We think our brother .forgot
himself, or rather his argnavsut, wtofra
ba triad to claaa waanen with aniasals
on tb score of beauty.)
-. W deny thai marriag la or ought to
' ba a covenant of obedience upon tha
part af tbe wife. This obedience la
ratio of tha barbaron time In which It
waa chronicled, and baa so far gone into
disrepute among tha church that
of them have dropped tha word "obey"
from their marriage service. ' W per
sonally, refused to prom la ta obey, and
; Wr sustained In lha refusal by good
Methodist minister nearly twenty years
ago; and, though w havepbeyd la
tamUtouamnd Instoncea, It has been bo-
mw It waa expedient ta do ao, and not
. from a foaling of "aubordlnatlon."
y That tb BlbU, aonatruad la tha light
a actaaMa, asonie to aunfllct with many
Zl"iklV?tW wj-t'r- tawiitil
rca.Trtoa.IiuU; but waannnotaeawhy laaniest. tbouahlful audUncaa. and wa
if follows that lu
lrecpta ahoald ba
hut (ram tha light of ectenoe simply
they, have beeu long estab
lished ; neither can wa as why tlta la-
Juuctloa of ''obedience'' should ha rtllf-
ioualy adbai4 to la tha eaauftagauT
reason, while a thnnaa ml other reltr4 01
barbarian aad igaoranoe, which wara
taught and toloraUd In Bible days, ar
now known to ba abaurd aad ara aonaa-
quently considered obsolete by Chris
tiana.? Ther la Just aa strong B
gurnent for poly aaroy a obedleiM, and
tea times "stronger arguments for klug
dowa than republic. The people ara
out-rowing these . things. ..... But
brother must ramainltar that the lUWe
has al way been interpreted by inca.
Although women Id Bible days did
many wonderful things, humanity had
not then adranced far enough above
tha "brute creation to acknowledge tha
Justloe of equal rights ; but now, ia the
aga of reason, they ara searching the
rJcripturee for themselves, and they find
that Christ "cama to Weak every yoke
and let tha oppriamd go res."
AiiTizia jrai oitice.
Tha New York Timet, a Republieaa
Journal, which Justly distinguished It
self during tha late Tammany war,
which la In high far or with the present
Administration, and which la therefore
a party tool of tha moat flexible eharae
ler, unwittingly exposes political wire
pulling In tha following morsel of deleo?
Ish mission and retamed to Waslitag -
ton. whera ha an in anoited to Mr. Lin
coln, this tlate for a Major Oeneral'a
commission In tlte army. This Mr.
Lincoln declined, because or tbe hiiin-
ber of men then In service who had earned
promoUon in tbe field. He then gave Mr.
Lincoln to understand, lu tua most em-
phatie auannerr tost ir na wera not
give at least a Brigadier tteneral's
oommlaslou, with a Major Geaeral'a
eommand, Utea fee would at onee
"withdraw hu two nundrod thousand
Oermana and oppose the Administra
Ho, Mr. Bcburi became a 'Brigadier
General, with a Major General's com
mand," because be frightened tha Pree
Ident by threats of "withdrawing the
1 German ".w l"t Bfl th
forced i the Republloana to snfianchlaejiy-remlnded of amutktr oocaaluu a hen
tha negroes by threatening to oust them
from office, thus com pel ling them to in
crease their constituency.
Tha Timet eontinues:
t tha tfosrofTOi warTTiiST
ins; at once mustered out, as other olti-
eera of far superior ability and mora or
Sclent service wera, be aaain anada nse
of his alleged Influence with tha German
element to continue in commission for a
eonsiderabie time after there was any
use for him.--- - - t - -
There, gentlemen I " yon hava the
vbole thlog In a nut-sheU.An Ad
mlalatratlon one In power Is tha ver
iest slava toelrcuniatanoearlt la com
pelled to cringe and bow to any politi
cal aspirant who possesses Influence
over voters, while worthy and honors-
adWAnd yet you cheat yourselves Into
tha belief that this la a free country, un
der tha government of tha people I - -
' Now that r Carl Schurx danounoes
corruption in office, of which,
tha . showing . of . tha Timet, he
pack of ins ara ready to torn and rend
him, aa if the highest earthly necessity
of humanity consists la keeping the Ins
I and tha outs oof. ,
We will never have pure and wise
legislation until we have Just such civil
aervloa reform as that against which
ths U ars fightings And we shall not.
ba able to aecura this reform until thi
wonjeu are enfranchised ; hence the op.
positioh of the Republican parjjr or
fratller th bffloe-houling portion of it -
to tli "coming woman," who Uatmqs'i
Oa Friday and Haturday cveuings of
last week w bad the pleasure, of visit
ing till embryo city and addraaing its
clticeo upon tha Issue of tha day. W
found tha lower part of the town as w
expected, pretty well buried In tha mud;
but sidewalks on tha narrow guag prin
ciple cross aad recroa at eooveuicut in
tervals, while boards and bridge spaa
tha ruU and cliasms, making locomo
tion possible. Tbs alght of Kalam ia
really a vary flae oua. Tha reader who
act thla saaartlnn, wha haa only seen
K.aiama from tha boat-landinc. may
laugh at our oinlon, but If ba win take
atML-tliroughrh town, past .the
btwJIhg-bouses, saJoona, stores, postof.
flea tt4 OetiDrt gueTBeaJquartcrav
ana then us hi eyev he will see that
wa ara correct In aar declaration. It la
possible to fill ap the tower portion of
-J the town flat to a desired, levrl from Lhe
waste soil that Will accumulate frosa
terracing tb hill aides, thus snaking
this crude alto rmposingly hamtsottM.
For a year-old town, with no mining
excitement to promote it growth, it
eertalnry ha blade casnmendable proR
reaa, and while there are many dleastla
fled persons there, they ara mostly those
of liaaitad swaana, who settled in Kahuna
In tha vala nana af rapidly accumulat
ing princely fortaoe from tha rise In
their very limited amount of real estate.
Tbera wara twa flaw-looking Passenger
ear on tb track, to which tha little
construction engine- as- hitched, and
they promenaded back and forthXhrough
tha town oa Hatardayt but reallv ws
could not tell whether thla display was
ror our ncnent or for the ratertalametit
of our friend tioyd Brook. ; - -
ara.- M . . . ...
sue ssnoouie cnuren, wbsvu was
generously placed st our disposal by Its
aocom mods ting pastor, la quaintly new
tied la the billa, commanding a mod
view of tha OoJambia river, and la close
proxomlty to a roaring cataract, which
at tha Urn of our visit. was cvtrgoiged
by heavy ralal that sent it aplaahing:
daahing, clashing down n dorp abyss
that lost Itself amid th dark boss.
arneat, thoughtful s4(dioca, and
gathered ap B good harvewt of aubsrribers
to tha New Nobthwbst, whom wa shall
delight to remember. , v
Wa visited tha office and uada
the acuaiutanoe af Mr. and Mrs. Money,
who proved Very aprigbtry and agsaeaoia
perauua. . They hava aa axtenalva Joh
ffica, la coanectioa with their, paper,
and seam qulta busy with work for the
LETT?! nOM OLTatril;
Ome m ha- W.- T., Jan. U, 1872.
Olympia as a tcrtnluua la quiet and
ounteuted, glad to aocore tha prisa ao
many were contending for, and fa yaat
now readjusting her prices for house lots
and terminal lauds. Three tlmea, and
la one Instance Ave times, haa property
Locreasod la value over Wet week's ap
praisement for lota uear the steamboat
Rev. J. C Kimball baa couaeutca to
give a lecture soon before tbe County
Association. Wa anticipate a treat la
this address. .Mr. Kimball haa lew
equals lu public- speakers available to
us, nod ba a ill draw a large audience.
Rev. C A. Huntington lectured on
Saturday evening In Tacouia Hall
airainst Woman Buffraga. - In tha out
set Its disclaimed any inteution to ridl
eule the advoeatea of thia new doctrine.
Haid titers wera many good men and
women among them, but aha cause waa
all bad. And be drew a aad picture of
the coming time when woman, dragged
from her presenthlgu and holy estate;
to which aha Is consigned by law and
1 religloIwondertf he wasn't thinking
of the large army af prosHtuUs F.ix
shall mingle la the filth and corruption
of public Ufa.
FTIs ILcu read a part OMffof Mrs. Hot
tera first attack upon tha Forest Grove
W. B. Boclet y. and ' your comments
thereon, and thought be was. making
out. a splendid case against you, when
his calculations wera suddenly upset by
a gentleman, who requested him to read
tha portions which he bad purposely
omitted. . Ha waa compelled to comply,
but did It with a bad grace, and the au
dience trlumphautly eutaina . your
criticisms and dlscomfltted tbe Rever-
tomebodg waa caught In the act of aup
preaalng and misquoting Bcripture In a
certain Convention In Olympic Hall,
and, though ha did not exhibit as much
aion. "the -wind waa taken from hla
sails" aad hla effort foil stillborn.
- Balk, sociables, masquerades, dancing
parties, lectures and meetings of all
kinds hava kept us on the Jump all win
ter. "'-r Never eo-llvely: a araaon before.
Buslneaa begins to feel tha fresh boon of
life which the railroad has; Infused.
And where three month ago were gloom
and doubt la now a feeling of security
and hope. . . -- l
No time for mora now. Will write
karraa In XusrruwssTt - --; ; "
As I informed you In my lata com-
hr jmunlcatlon, when soma years ago I
suauieu tut suqiev Ol sunrage X UCUMU
lul-lu. 1 A 11 . 1 ...... . . . -
uiivci au uie iigui upon vn
subject elicited by lata dlstjutolone baa
failed to change my opinion on that
suhjoct- ' -:- '-
Without-claiming for Bibla Divine
origin or suprrhuuian wisdom, It must
ba acknowledged that It 1 the basis of
tbe religion aud Jurlxprudence of sll the
nallmu ' 'd llio urfl. I. I.L.L ..
ave aliFrTiflita wuaieveraccontml to
Uiem. . lYrhaja two-thlnU of the leopl
sJt - U Lulled State Liliev tha Bible a
rrevelation from God, aud though It ha
received some rude shock from . th
truth of Astronomy and the natural
sciences; It is still th unquestioned haa
of our religion, and tha supreme and una.
erring moral rule and guid In all the
circumstances, relation and conditions
of human life. That which accords with
It teaching ia right that which is la
violation of them wrong or ain. It re-
quirss aoiabiitUng anor thaa the enal
tie of a criminal coda to maintain good
government In a fUate, and wise, law
makers have always 'appealed to tha re
ligious sense of the People to aid thaus I a
securing these object. A people 4bat
believe lath Bible will, as a matter oflfa.
conseience, Uve In obedience to law
which accord with It moral teach Inn.
but no penalty, however severe, can Ions-
Dtwiiieuc to laws lu violation of
them. Our '""""""lit la ao tolerant
on tha subject of Rellgton a to be hot
Improperly called a "free thluker.yet
IU lsws and lustltutious are stronaly
and wholly based upon the religion and
morality taught by the Bbtv and aa the
naTBarw.l Basasnaa tmntlMT In 111 aasf
aaawsBBB) ea -esswwassaaa sssw -'at'wswswTawgmr'ajr waw
Is fonmled apon this basis, no member of
tlta l'nln can long sanction tyr law any
practice contrary to Ita moral leaching.
Ctah llliwt rates thi fact. Tha Ooveru-
ment loe not luterfore with th faith of
the Mormons, but It punUhe polygamy
a crime against the national con
If the Bible Is to b ontiuaed br tha
ugnt or sricnoe, and Its. meaning modi
fled where It seem to conflict with th
known law, of nature,-iu PrecenU
wu:iii man suaiagrebrtrmgihrkd
and rwtablislied when found to be In
atrict acrordanca with them.
That tha wife ia rightfully ubordi-
haled to her husband Is proven t
1st. By tha cjvil and religion Insti
tution of all nations, and In all age,
which hava placed the ycuag, until the
ag of discretion under tha tutelage ol
their parents, and th wits In nearly an
equal degree under the control af ber
husband. '". ;
3d. .. By the fast, that a la aaajtrso4
among all Inferior animals tha malc'ia
Mperior la atatura, strength and beauty
to tha female" and Immature af both
sexea, and enforce tha power W Gad af
uiuralbB. bartowed upon blm to rabjeet
them to hia w UL -
them to hia UL
d. iucept in those aoiaial whoa
natural Inst 1 nets and opportunities have
been destroyed by sabjugatloa to man,
tha relation af husband and wife exists.
th male tha protaotor or stronger, the
ft: male aahordinated to hint aa the
weaker ar protected. f
J am -willing tea weanea as waU as
free mea should vote, hat I am not will
ing to disrupt or avsa weaken a tie be-
weaa tha sexes founded la nature, made
keJy ay reiiclon, the Use of theduies
tlo aaectlona, and older than all laws
and constitutions of government, only
to Inareaaa tha number of free voters I
Voting at last la notbluf lu Itself It
is only a means to gain aa and. May
not tha end which you bullae wish to
accomplish by .Woman Suffrage be
gained by means safer to yourselves, and
less dangerous to" society,' than a course
that will bring la Issue tha marriage re
lation" Hava you eoualdered the terri
bleconsequeucea that ' tuy result to
yourselves by abolishing that relation ?
"What will yoa do with It 7" :
' Olthma, W. T., Jan. 12, 1872.
garrua Waw Kosravsovi
On Saturday eveulng last about thirty
persons aasemMed in uooa fempiarr
HaU to hear tJ "7M7 -A. Hantlngton
lecture aaalnat tiwM.nage. Tbe
loctura was written, and tha reading oc
cupied ana hour and a quarter.
Bro. H. storied out by saying that If
ba believed It were better for their own
Interests,-ba .would favor- tha women
voting, hut ha didn't ao believe. He
wentfor Bible argumenta, "wives, ub-
mlt yourselves," etc, and said ba was
willing to take the Bible, lead whera it
may bOtwe soon, learned ihathe would
take tha Bible only with ais am Inter
pretation oT Its meanior. aa most all
He dwelt at length on tha horror oft
the ballot leading woman "Into the
filthy pool of politics," and asked with
seeming agony of aoul If wa men "were
Minx to let tha women lower their
dignity by mingling In the corruption
of political action and meeting," and
then praceeded to give Garfielde a well
merited eastlgatlon for his twMtlrsljfahricato two huwltwd-illfauaJai
rUrIon, afUrwhich he pronounced a
eulogy on woman that made her a per
fect anrel. and gave n description of
saan which was calculated to cast a
rravs doubt upon tbe Intelligence of
God for having created ,o Hie a crea
tuianJagalB asked" W woman should
lower her dignity and stain her virtue
by asaociatioa (at the electiorT polls)
with these filthy, degraded men. '
Now, I ooecf, 1 deny, first, that
ara tha penect, angeis nro,
Huntington painted them .and I deny.
second, that man ara tha low, mean,
contemptible being he called n That
woman ara mora refined, vlrtaoua, purs
aad spiritual thaa men few or none will
deny: but that there I such an awful,
such an Impassible gulf between men
.ai;if naa anaj' wsi sm.ii
m ighty gulf bstwsen as, and If allowing
woman to exercise her natural right of
a voice la tha Government would tend
to lessen tha difference and bring the
little nearer toaatber. I aav
. - --
i hfii'iwa aistaao af ' n- --
taraa tha better for man, even though It
sbeuld. H-riag her ana ar two rounds
down frot't the fop of the Udder of
fwia parity) ftorchanoa It might raSe
us poof degraded atea a round or two on
th same sadder, thereby enabling as to
sea abov tha thickest of th filth of the
sum si leer "Mvner Is all sut:h
p.- ...tHmani. iIi.iumI.-j.
believe it f but they ara so driven I
to tha waH fur arguments that they
grasp at shadow tor a pretext.
Th lecturer aald If hi wife wera per
mitted to Vote, It would simply mak
him a Ttr,' unmistakably imply
Ing that ba should eoutpf l bar to vote
Air ticket ferry fisr. . II said : "When
I led ber to tha altar, wa became
marriage forming a onenea of WITT,' of
Judgment, of action, and lam that one.1'
wv4 coast relish fAtif from k ChristUn I
minister T H also aald t "If lova U
ll. . a a -a ... . I
wanung, marnaga 1 in worst xlnd I
f nelL yet th man aw rule hi ownJ
oa - - - so
. . . - ;i... 1
twiteratad the stale at or y of "wom-t
aa being out of ber iheT, nealectlnc I
a . a a a a . I
I ahoul4tbIakUiLjmmanta would
drop that worn-out sswirto-a and try tola
tirveur an Browses to twt tlwir oo-l
luon. Bot th burden af th harangue 1
can ba almmarad down to a .very few
wamL . II - . ft. A ik. Cl..avi . . I
" , WW lll ,a nauiagl SnOVO- I
and as thernn aivitwnlln.1. .nalhUaia Hw. urf
geuuomaa'a atand-poiai way a!, aa.al0 cry ior spilled milk", we put on
Christian, should wish to perpetuate a
j -J-LJ, ..
" T ' m . . K .
parity tas ha describe woman) and such I
j bestial impurity (a ha describes menl I
1 . . ... . 1.. ..
wnicn reiauon na say givas tha Hie
creature man mjw i sic control over the
virtuous, . refined woman, pbyalcaily,
mentally, morally, financially in abort,
In everything. O, conalsteucy.I thou
Bro. IL quoted tb WeodhuU and gar
ber aa the bead, front and "guiding
star of the new party," la which asr
tion h displayed on af twa things:
either ha I ignorant of tha truth or does
not wish to toll If I feav th Intelli
gent reader ta J udg which position Bro.
roof old man I H la now standing
on the Sam ground that has heea held
by thi oppossr of needed reform la all
age of tha world. There ba never been
a roforwaavtary aaoveaaeat inaugurated
to any age or la gay cllm do.1 tbe clergy
twn. Ik. M I a ... l ...i
aftwiww- "I J-" ""lavta, I- - vl f.aw ,j
tha last to yield: yet la all reform tbera
hav he noUo axwptiaua amoag eler
gf asm. In aaaiy-faatanf) whara txna
rsllglofi, genuine Christianity got th
ascendency aver creeds, dogma and
phariaarlsai, tb aiiaistar baa roa Ilka
tower of strength and arrayed himself
on. tha aide af jastioe and humanity.
ilivk mlulslAra mm tt ornametit to Lhe
Charcb and an honor to the great Godf
tha lad verse. Tbera are many of
such now numbered in our great army
af suffrage reform. v-v -MrE-
, i . ii... ji as 'i
It Is wonian'a nrovlnca to keep tlie
nm ana) care foe- -tha hs)Sjsateoait,'Wwaia'
lbs husiand and father goes fort 1 1 Jo ob
tain the food and raiiueuU This is a law
of nature, ami nothing can change It.
OrryoaMiM, Jan. av - i
- - 1 wmL i A HluialaaUr Hal
woman, the wile ot an mvauu auu
mother of tweutv-six children, picked
cranberries euouKii last fail to pay otr a
mortgage on the farm. trgotai , on.
The Wett-Side calls Attorney-General
Williams "Oregon's favorite eon." Tliat
must be a new Idea to Williams, who
baa always regarded himself as Oregon'
addy. Such hi fame. V
Eard Timet and Watt Causes Tleta.
We ara fast beeowlnr a nation af
schemer to live without genuine work
Our boys are not learning trades, our
farmers' sons are crowding Into cities,
look Ina for clerkships and postoflloes;
hardly one Aaiericaa girl la each huodV
md will do housework for wajraa. how
ever urgent the need; so we sre sending
to Europe for workmen and buying of
her artisaua millions worth or products
that ws ouabt to make lor ourselves.
Thousb our crop of raacala la heavy, we
do not arrow our own hemp: though we
are overrun with lada who rieaerve flag
ellation, wa import our wiiiowa. uur
women tunicas deceived) shine in Kuro
nean fabrics: our men dress In forelfro
clothes; the toys which amuse our liule
children bava aeneraiiy reacneu us over
the sea. Wo are-lifce tlte farniet wiw
hires his neighbor's sons to cut bis wood
feed his stock aud ruu hia errand white
hia own boy lounge at the grogshop,
uiaylug billarda, and then wonaera why
In bdIUi of his best etlort
ii lo debt, till
the Khertfl cleans htm out, and he starts
West to brain siralu.
W must turn over a new leaf. Our
Imys and girls must be taught to love
labor by qualifying themselves to do It
efficiently. We muat turn out fewer
nrofesslooals and mora skilled artisans.
as well aa food-growers. Wa must grow
1 value per annum, that we now inipnry
and so reduce tha foreign debt that we
hava ao long aud ao suceeesully.au
nieuted v ear bv year. We must quail
our clever boys to erect and run facto-
.1 . . . k. .1 T I . . 1 1 1 annla
macbJna shops, etc; to open anu wora
! pilnesLimprove and fashion ijuplemeut.
and double uie presvnt pruuuv uiurir
futher'a farm. '8o sliall w tem the
Mdeof debt that sets steadily rains our
shorea. ami rear to be visited and an
noyed by bard time. .....:--:--
Gkisii?mi Wheat Without Miix-
rroxa. At a recent meeting In Lulin-
burr, of tha British Association or HcH
eneer a paper waa read by Mr. Thomas
Carr, upon a new mm "r gnmuns;
wheat by percussion wiuie it is unsup
ported and projected through tbe air.
When the wheat Passes throue-h tha
machine it is struck by a series of bars
ypoalta direction. - inese
Twiittng mar no rnfarious
neating U caused, aiidaonaequenily the
flour is of a much superior quality to
that obtained by the usual way of grind
ing and also at a. much leas cosL An
L'.Vll...u M t . ,. .
, " 2 f one oi tnese uimie-j
toliraUwa flour mills in full operation, and
Uie advaaUge in 1U favor over -the
nilii-aloiia it auuarseJia are tw Intel I mil
la Mr. Carr a pas?r. It rarely need re-
painnr in comparison wttn other mlll-
I tonast require fewer men, and thus
I "J,.An , U " frou lo
"B, vwiNica, ivaw siascv, auu
uirea less drivliia power, and lu adill-
m Wkll this produces a superior Dual
ity of flour. .
n-w . ....
aanilbllaalfam. t I 1 .
nifur..-, 1.1 r.auinD. a iaov in a
- - iiwiii . iMieiiuiPi NITI,
. i "iiere ss tn averr other hotel in Kaavrrewarded bv the munlciia.! amin-.
. " uhins, a too oar-aeepinir,
llw regltenjfajrivils and assiffntng
room to giicsta, receiving payment of J
0111-, etc. rs in tue teiefrraptt otTice,
ami ia all tha stores and shops young
anu wsu-urcaseu iauiea form a large part
of th attendani-e. I wa greatly struck
with it, and believe It would b well for
nn, aMnb Irt . - ... f ti
fuj-iiiahiiig employment to n Urge and
most . dependent claaa of- our -People,
Wherever there Is lisrht ami nimbleJ"
work to be done, we nniversally found
ladles employed. : In tha exteiialra
draper esublialmient of Leo, in Liver-
I j,',,, ' , m lwa.v tb
long liWof cou7u7r; Wr7at7nded h
scores of beautiful. voun rirls. tastefull v
djessod, sod who were waiting apou the I
aTCsanVawwlas jf laa. iliaai staul mhI..im. .... ,.t. I
" ' .
"WosTAa'S -JlKIBTu.'' Our kellor I
baJf aatoaJaludii tbs other day Lv pro -
f'" Uii. question, VCaa I
llgaVnl ina nifsaBmni-sn T Vtrbllt anmriantf I
rt MAVto- .M,t.w'rA.t..i..
lit UeJ)esi,le hersel?, and fearing n-caill
!'.'r l"".I n.ucas
r 1 1 . . a . . .
i uuiairu tuat sue naa better .call . on
'aoma other man," and by the manner
and by the manner
in which sbe reclvi thi w.mu m.V.
m . 1 I . I . . . t l. . . . . ' I
l lavilliru aw luiua II lueajaeu Ilef.
sue then lipid nn a nloa litila. lni,i
li - "z i t "i : -"i i
iraiwwTn w,,a w uaun t declined
M""" nn, nhMl' ' are glad women
ara to hav their rirhta. Wi aitvia. ail
tbe "lord." who are Invited. toatUndtha
ladlea ball, and ace for UB7Tiw!t:
nicely women manage affair when they
havaannlwl I J .. . . r
Aw Onioi.xAi. View or thi Cuea
tiom. An Jvuglish traveler describe a
Mytery'' caliod th "CrwaUon," which
h saw perforated at Bamber.
prieau had the wings of gee tied ou
tlteir. ehouhiera to personate angels.
Adam appeared on the scene In a bla
curled wis; and a brocade morning gown.
Among tha animal that passed before
him to receive their nama au .u
shod hrc, pies with ring in their
itoaea, and a niastilT with a brass collar
A eow'e rib bona had toon provided for
lbf JormaMorr-of Eva, but tha maatilT
W rr",n ' h carrleil it
.T . r" tnea wr Whistle him
back, but not suew.llnw tu.- Zt "'"1.
kim I.," TT "' V viiaam
htm, gave him a kk klag and recovered
tha bone, which law .Jl ... . I
tran-door l,w ll.. .I.I.. 'JTl "
Adam, wlience there coon emerel
MBky priest. In a lnna vnlw. I
- air -IIimIh.. rr" :.t.i 1
on Kobert In tlcsgo. but Purpose tolVFHil&iZZZZ
huiXlt.-" ;.TV ft. ,kh' I
"TTW a00" laianas to toav tut
cago soon, V ' -. ; ( . , .
TrililMr ihmwnm. A
u. dMilliB.aaHklst. w
U h v elap ' has m
! a ay ot MtMM
I hvWIng lolmu newi
sjr SjSMuf IMS,
TlMMtH all IS mj s asrk,
Ta mis umy ain MMumws-,
As4 wmtlf SIHS a Isr ;
fair tntr as sa SViMWlsa,
. Ims mom ss UaMri
Uul iuu fur jf Uu4rs4.
,M4 BUI to
rmll ml i
. W' fwl lusirius ut s'sitssss.
Vt'h.-u aiara ar nishlly alilhlns,
. fcmuuras Mil rrsiiilns.
sun mui sue juy i
Big gun ar apt to be great boras. r
Many "a good tnatch" baa proved
Tlte hlk-h-abey-man W tha nation
the dairymen, ..
Not conducive to publls safety po
The vesMt-ls most in demand at Wash
Pattl receive tdU,U00 for four mouth'
slug ing at ht. ivtersburg.
An extraordinary locality tb local
ity where tha JJead ttea.
Mauy of tbe richest plautsra of Jama
ica II v on eooea grouuoa.
Motto for a French exile: Absinthe
makes the heart grow fonder.
Miss Kmily Blackmau Is writlua a his
tory of the buaquenaaua Valley.
Motto lor tha Sheriff Render- unto
sctzer the thing that ars seller's.
Ths most peaceable way to have
knock-down is to get up an auutiou;
the queervst. -
Why was lhe dealir T7'hiLlWgcr
pre feral le to mm or tuaries it ie
cause a hot tteak I better thaa a cold
oof. --, . ; f .
It must ba a haiiv thouirht toa Jer
sey lover that his blood aud that of his
swectlieart mingle In tlie same mos-
The difference betweeuLalf a glass of
water and a broken engagement: one is
not filial full aiKt the other Is not rul-
Olive liocran. the well-known lecturer.
was married to Wirt Kike,-, the welt-
know a writer. Dec- la lUibert CoUyer
of Chicago tied tb wve knot, ---r-r
setts women are librarians. That la on
res soli" Why lh tllirartra arc so popuiar
ami so well Mtroniaed by the young
"MraTTarttiigton telle of a "minister
who had "served the litrd for thirty
years, first aa a cirrus rider, then aa a
locust preacher, aud last r as - an ex
haunter." . i
A latly who made a sech ta favor of J
woman's riirhis, at 1 1 slits ill truaeia. 1
seiitenced on the followins; mornlna by
a police Judge to two days' lmpriaonrncnt
on oread anu water.
i NuaianawiHH laswaswaMH ,
lady from XaeyJlTor if. fiXSi.
A JJoutana editor, describing a yoaag
morulnir:' full of tricka aa a dm a.i
happy aa a w holeAocjLoiLstiow-Mrda."
Clara Ioran. who Is anniuwiaJ ni,
tua editorial atafl of tlaa iuti k...
t . 1:..... ... , . . .
g"w ,, wiy taer lectures OJL "fcna
received .wllh great favor lu Wsshlnr-I
iinn, anu iioniea." Bvliu-h
Mlas-Iiatle Bovnton lrr Jrt haa
written a story entitled Out af k
ripoerc." it was published for tha
.. oa . . i. .
iion.isys, ana as the title i mi lea tea re
lates to points of special latorast Juat
Zuailauie Ilcgiua Dal t in, a fitmoua
sursreoil nf Aiialrla -kavbitf i
I - . . ----, i twu
i imis nuiwireu anu nrtv am.-nf..i r-.
t .1.. l .!. ,!. 1 , " . . . . 1 I
mua III lin vilJOWrauill lllMIa. 1
wmi a tetter of tuauas and
a puma of
; anartv. while a vmitiw l.lw
Playing with I peculiar brilliancy of
touch, a bystander baalielor exelaimed:
K' uia world for those Angers."
"IVrbaps you might get tha whols band
mrnsamg,-; sain I lie young lady's, ob?
Vn,K "! ,aneu rerfiifr mamma; th
r - -
"I look upon the great fire, sir as a
I PunlalinMiit at l.wfln.1 .kln. I
people for their wickedness." A
-weii.'aaW tb other, "did you bain
I "Vaa. air." ... ki r -., .
really more than I wa able to tha sLf"
9. . - . . aMl tilW I
-T.r"' """ " intended for a
niiriiuiimnni aasait . m ij .1 1
"'""ti asaxMSj aw hsu nan wnaaawaSj
Ivle. bv what rlahl .11.1 I..r L.. 1
JieIp ta mltlrsu tha wslihisMi w. I
had Inflicted? What business had you J
gam 1 nriiHaara. avlth Ilia saaa 1
. " 1 . . . iu .
1 M a sswai, wabss.
to' 7a. p bubl. aarss
haryM Awt WacTlwatal. ''''
INltalllal fca-.ti ,, a.,. . at aa . .
la pnbl Sirebnlr hfldBora.
Btor-J-lnw atofry. mm pr mnmm.
lim .n H a ma. Iau ta- r r-i hid
ajr sv Whaata,,- tmh
1-srd-ia bass, lIHt, per a; Is eons, Ulsr
fir par K
Malt J Wr.M t.l a ' .
Urarpoxl. !. o. TT. rl7'"9
nm-mmr p ife.
rwTl.llrnn.UffB M mrt Ina i ULUn ..-.I
,rr?,"..! "ft - pbH.7 "'j
Oh Irkana tl toi awr duseuT
TurHlpa-jr par h. r
rarnit r par Bk
mSVZt, W?i S.'H.'TJi!'.?'
t - r bn, - - .i -.
Uuassd Oil-t( m, M par rsltoa.
Tbs l lowing seranaa are duly aatborlsad I
art ss Asmta tor m Msw HowraWssv
Mrs. M. A rsslss , rwrllaad
H. a hlft...........Trllns Asrat
Mra. M. -- Tywvwllaa Am
H. H. Al-b WaaSlaluu tnmmty
It. 1. , . ' -'- '-t
A, N, i -' in i - - , .Lr
11, W. I.WU.
W. r. Owea
. V. A M;.mrm ..T
s,J. l""ri luaaaw
H. IVnilaBd ....
Mi - h - JII. Appb-raaa.
it. . ri
Mrs. A. K. fjnrwla.
I a a-. .I...
ec ra IvKw'Zkwxbja.l'.
O r-rtto. sMrtof to art s AsTts
Ws want Assau
IhlVHUbaaa " as
Wsbaloa Tsrrltor, t, -
sera tie a.
raw of A
, .. .j m L. '.. i ..if V. t liu
. TO TMt rnjBLICl
Fcsr sboat wstf ysor I fcsat toes, a esse
iSm srHh a ! ahlea ervfcs, hnth
! ilitr asat Ml, saal 1 lurt all the H1. on Utst
sklawTsa eotalds IsrsalsslsJ Isvs-
akweeiloa Saul taaoor Ilk Ihsl at a esaeee
aad tW the east two rears I
y bsslMsss. Tbe pala sras se arsss
twees' weav vlieaOHej
av sad !tl. ausbls lo sWf fur a wrS si s
liwe.ssd Ihsd alnMial fives vt sll hup o
.in bMns rurt-s. I raakls lu Bakvr suusl.
ftrrsiM . ssr haker fltr. On the Srat of last
Kmatrr I iesi . xinaiiaaaii r -bUb,
tu MaJi auWaSU, WHS a VkFW cat SSh-
lltins l s sursirsi .wtenMoat as mi
hf of blniesrrlurrvB kavuic mi aum-r-ls
anll'vmwU. oa sue arrlsl st tits Islras
Uuai H.iK-l, rVarUaaMt, wm i 1 ma4 oT UkS
grrwl skill ss4 auim of Iw. AUara. So, lie-.
levlnx insi as enaia so bii uuw in nm maw
M-t nimusj awkl. wa Mwats lr I
o erfns luHsn Kraiu-I.aii, ami I s4al ayair
anlar tola sara. aud as rlmU a lanrs se as
air jaw suaa. ami slau ihs maJisiwul I
lMaatltsrBw. Is Styiil ktour
altor subuittlins Hiraall at Dr. Abaara's
vhh-l WHmiHffMtv, inai n waa ,i
smbII 041 saa tnuBmi lias s avw smuss sm
. flM lh lalM taf two MMHIIbS. at law
ttmm taf two aainibi,
iia.il aaial taa aliiaf air Bae bas i
haal. Is ehaJis Baa bra su ftrm aiui iw
saarkable thai on narualiill wllh liiy
awr euaailtam suuld sraxwly ballvvs tbal aura.
u enuld havs taM-n aoriiiplulMl or su- ,
aa skill. I hsve raliwl aiwa snaada la
Kb. auS aavail at vr (rmtanil to Mas aBIU
uflw. AtxwB lir llfn. I wtMtlil slau alala lUal
III baurtus laat aiaW waa lfl". saw y
H. Auura'a Biaul tt-fcaa bora r4orr),as
Ua4 aa 1 sua basr lh U.laf asr a wasca. I -
aas BOW at.lMIlf ai ms jtauftrmui ai-ua.,
waltla Bjrtlia rlvrbopn up loth laillnk
roBTLASO, Jsa. M, 1CX
stev. M. sIUeBa. '
MTULAcsoii, W. T., law, S3, WCU :
-1nrts fMj tts datjoJajrlestlaioBy Ur;
ywur skill la tus traatiusst taf my esas. Yoa
raaaSar' aaa laf mywrW mtftrr nasv teaal
mvmi Inr wamfaraa. 1 Sad besa bars ui Start as
Unt Imu yira.auj wty 111 rmr waa altucart I
telly aWaf, aud was iMUafal aud Brrouipaatoil "
wllh a SI swashls ai iibbIIimi J bA by yaw
akilllul Bauasw,awl all a. I a saal anaari is
bluaa bar bvoa raauuvsw, aud Bow niy aar
l,( s, vwry gnud. It. IATTKKIHN.
issHwr Carsl free ttev.'
Ia. Aauas lieawKlri I abas Cesss tt B duty
tfewslojron to ssskstb IUiwloc stslaassat
af fasts to ssswsa to tor f Wbaa adlea
a turn Juu Wst TtuVeniter t kfsfa aaa aver tb
atsMef mjr hsbi yt as as to satafl bar ars
lbs sriM; bad ben la Ibal eoaulltoa tor av
niava yvsra, and had bern pnmouiMnl by oas
to sss alils, aad tbai & waa hrrwtd Mi skill af
Bay pbtrab-laa lod It any runal: but, Ibsnks to
yoar aklllfal sad aaanaaful BMalsnf prwrlbw. M
ass as lap,Mi'd Owl tu-tlay arbKaaaa 4 was
pbie Wises iaa.ura.iins iiniatttsrwiapiT--a
litis ibat I hal a4 been al.l to dVr-(or lor
abaaui arVBla TflMirw.
May -you kaag Uv to .
ba a btaaalns t BliAr-rllif
humanity. I lbs
avayer ef yuut ".
W,baadraiBsa, oavlnf beta lha reels
toats af las ssyrkos af kfrs. at. C Wane la
toasblag lbs atlas to af Maato an lhe Ttoss
fcsTto, tabs pbasaMFW to ftofcaf Or hsarU SHII -asowtol
tbat-w bar apUyd bey la ear .
atrueHua," aad Uat It baa urn amav. an
aay a....id we asr war kaowa; sad tha 1
tboasb ths trat al aiay bsa utassraator thaa
esse others, we tollers It to be la Ihs ssts
fato Saarb rhsapor, b-Ud tmlmt iiinIMm-
- ia UH ar us, . Wa i
pi-waar ja rmMusoeadlus
m ail rao may bs a.li.
il n Inf s
iiiHM diwliw b, kaw hwmw abaml It
Harm laimilai aai ia -i u . . . . i
lavlialb,, !, call at imr boaai'i aud laUarvlaw
" WIXARO HOLM AW. -
. w. eor. Hrvsntb and l'u4l- u,a.7
- - - - -llWIl W. HILI.Uak
ft Itomiid Kl Portland.
..i-j . ti XAT. M. Ubl4.
, . . .- rl'toUaa.
sUar 1'jaTbASu.JssvX IrTL
r.M?-Jr- ; "iTav-RrapaebMl Madaai y
llavlae hwanl af yuar KMm af teaebtos tba
rtaiWMTicta, aswwn aa the UoMiil Aiuerlraai '
ronaaim or lit luwl dimHu - - - -
Marhalk Ban,,, atn.,1 and Uib) altor lbs shert
Altowsjwtoetpraas My apnmlwlloa nf ynar
lastrwMtoa. sad wnb ray Isms
wlaba fiK- yyur ssjuwaa allow sua to aubanHb -toysair,
Mm sad La44f lu Kaat rurtlanU MsshI.
hi. rAsuurr.i-nrf.iaT SI a. la,
william tAviotoi, -r"r-
Ueatl Kstatc Dealer.
. ra nr la a sk, a
Tl IAL KKTATR 1 t VHHH-rrr-ivn r
iL?lT'.'"ihr. !rr.."--u -'. -
Alan. twrwnVRB rtwoaATad Vnn... . I'..
WM LAans, isaHl is all isuts aflk
I ataaa, turlaala. . .
RUL KMTaTB BBS MB llMHlHV M.
aar t1irrealinBl,lla. In TBla ftrv aaj laiuiaa.
ut lbs wtatm ami TaaarraHnaa, wlib sraat
sare, aad aa tbs stoat AbVASIAuaora Tssas
Bora as ASS aroaca Iaasa. Iaiii Kau.
TISTBP Sd 4'LAIB r aLIt iw-allTIOMS -I
raaam.1 ikluma. uavd a uaaaa.i. viatfta.
I CISL aad An user tttsissas TaVASsai.'rsjb
Aoss rs nf this nil 11 a la all lha rmm sad
T a la tb Htstb will nrHvdrrlnllaaaaf
r" ass Paorwavi aad torsaxd tbs saws to tbs .
sbunrs sddress. a
Ua a fiaal Aaars
fwrpantar and ItuiMaea. laaIIUa. and la
bant all wavaranalr krla nf an klud. win iaa
II u thsir advautssa to fall aaul laava 11. m.. awd. -
Orjaa. J. U. WITHKHKLIa. '
P.M. I bars slaa anan Ouud lam. and It At
7ato. vT .- ai . J. a. W.
-? : ' - :
aX)BVRX.A McCABK, 4,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS
VAniuKOTox trtnt.tr, vr-Htiin, ' ,
rr '-awiiann. nna
Wowk daaa at RXAMliIf ARUI ItATKa. al
AjrrniaiA. arsirTiaj, cATAnni
tor Fx, .raalaid lla.fMrMr nf lb Yr
ss rUaaa, Uv. ars saw, a aafiAy twstod b llr.
AbM-n.carnar Tbtol and Huaan airaaia, .
( HI0KJ llHKAHKN,pnrall7 awrb
ss bava raalatad tbs ordinary meat tA ti
A nor a Irrala WUb " '-
'HlklUir.lwfMiaiH.ll.a, j -
Trws ktonVrato and asTSrabls to tbs )r
nmaaMM af lb pmwnt, an that alt wbn ara
smitoad aaa nr. aura bia tfwaliara If '! -
wrn r-n m ll i s-w days
i'f?t mj.ti'."rr.'r' "'. " ruuw SSMubvldiaa.
tawevTW rietlanl. I waa murb aurnrlaad
BSMt asaaMllarlv araUBad. mi ia. - - -