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WOJIAX SUPPitAOE I"
OFFICE OF TUB iJ-UrrKK
I.NC.-KATEWW.AT AMI1V., ,'
ilEAK iuwbws or nis . - -
tiful country tnei? can t founu
no spot more charming than the sejuestered foot- j
hills i under whojs lee the town of Pallas nJca. .
Thi. town itself is situated uponK level plain ; i
Hf 2ie rolling Iandscani adjacentijflcked b$tyl. jy town in the State.
lowy, tree-dotted hilIs,7rosentavn"of Aranianyf -Are had not been long at the hotel before ire
loveliness that, in thrf budding Sp'ingtime espd-
ciauy, bailies the artof pen-pictuf-ng, and would;!
gladden the eve of a' painter. The town has im
proved rapidly sine our last visit, nearly three
years ago. The ron horse now cantors daily
through the labyrinthine ma7,eof a crooked rail
way track, andthe old statje-coaeji no longer
awakes the sleeping villagers with its weekly
visits as aforetime. Enterprise gmiles at you
from every quarter, and prdSperityjhj making Us
mark upon all things, whether animator or other
Our old friends, Mr. and Mi. ParseiUh of aiii&r also maoV the same statement at the lecture In
sewing maohine fame, jfarmerly of -TtuMCnd, areUie evening. JJut we were surprised to find in the
here, engaged in the .hotel lwsin!fjj& making .jmaiingihab part, of tlie reuorLiwtruc, for tho
money, if we can judge by the nwllJtff custom tiiey tWsOhuQR.Hft tlellveretl th& package of iw,pera to
have. Then, too, a great nwry supported Women5 ; the hu&atil of one of our lady subscribers, instead
in Dallas kedp boarders, thoby increasing thor cdwnlut1ng them himself, as lie was bound by
husbands' income, and wotrlbuting much to tbeMvKo $lu;. aim the said husband, upon whom the
comfort of the supporting sex. Jf vifie f. postmaster had attempted to pass either a
WeTiad. only time to note these pvldonces A jokfe or an insult, hud ret'urnud tlie package aa
ppws.Barity on Friday, after .which a good aleop4) above stated. We Uien called inon the postmas-
far rW&shed us- that we made preparations fr a
course of lectures, -vich began on Saturdayven
ing before- a crowded house, a.nd continirid titl
Tuesday night, net omitting Sunday, wAon tlie
la rgaefc audience ci the four gave heed Ut 'Woman
and the Bible." The woman movement was the
theme of conversation In all circles' during the
week. It was received with greaV-avor among
the thinking abuses, thougn it Was of eoutse
lamllv nhni&A toVv the jii nit imioraiit and disi-
j VVJV - v .4 jt
patod voto, But to ollsei the objections oi"i
tbiW- 5 the able support of , the best, wisefr
Cnu most prominent men in die csmmuni.ty, and I"
1Mb aid of all tne better craas of women. . '
The Polk County Woman .Suffrage Association
vras organised on Tuesday, tiie M i nst., in tljp
Court Hdase, and was made auxiliary to the Ord?
gon State Woman Suffrage Association. Follow
ing is tlw list of officers : President, Mr. Jf. if.
BUM; Vfee-rrosldcnt, Miss Fanny Grerj Go
sponaing Secretary, Mr. J. L. CoHins: Itecorcl
Sec rotary Miss Jennie Brown : Treasurer. "Mr. It.
w T II V ' 'ni
Iii he even'- JU .-..inusiaiitfeittfTilcatio'1-i
away oeeause t
' u. 540k"' Mutton Dodw.n, C, A.
INeJiie Coiiihs, fr. A. Brown, Miss Hettio
!f,veil, Mr. R. M. Sit, Miss N. Riley, Mr. Chanu Jho
aSitllrvan. ExecuttofrWminlttet' Mr. R. N.,Buf-
Mr. George Hoop, 3ii."Jeni-y lgan, Jflss
Majf Ellis. Mrs. Beatrice Grant.
After at: addrt of srtilwur by tle umlersigned,
abort, sharp arfd hit resrfifg- mjeches were made
by Mr3. Colling Daly end .P?s. Considerable
auotqpe:t wum! JittOJao t$tMMe of Hon. J. J).
Lee, State semUor-frm FotV, who had spoken
lid v ieti tn na 5enti against the iiVagg
ameiui.flnt. riving a M reason therefor that it
is 0Kan'8 right to b srpportcd and protecttxUn
tiKjionio; that aiau 8onW be the husband and
;tir and woman ie wife awl mother thdH'n
f. . m of course bjrig that the ballot In woman's
a -..' woild, in hif Plnio' change Uieec relations
v sbifttntc meray uPri nmn. Jiut Mr. Leo
etoo-i tii gnnd hravclr. and made a good
nttard TIl!,ei hi vrB perfectly wHliuf
tosiuw. , an opinion win-never jiit,yMiijniis wei
ncovdh iiuwnabid. He auenaeo iw
uiriH!tjty heed to the
rjnir himaulf j ""bVised.In
4p .jjjlittlojjt t,,at Iiko Hjf
ijwhb toixs onoa opposed to
c.;:rraKe, h wilUbn-array his Iiifluence,
'.y no rof'isiiniOnsiuerRlile, upon tne
-' stht Prwiideni of the new SufTrage As
, Sif tho 'County Clerk of Polk, and an
rai pojw&f ?nan. M1. Co MI as, the Cocre-
TMfc,f8t(riJaial!'pronneiit lawyer of
Ol41 - 4 a Benubl'JaMiin poMUon. Judge J, J-
Mr. DdSMksWK aturti-r fwrtrvftii n1 n raiil IKftter.
from whlclt nj1 n !l I c.TO-ifw: ch.tnim,Athnu 1 " advancing js intercut,!.
)f Waht of isrl. " -'""o "i."--.-r-- - "ri qauu i. .auowgu iiie posi- ''Hi, wum v.v-yn i wju prurnsnr UCIiido.-
iiit fr CiMming! yadr wero , master anu rhpieton to make a unon tondeuce, andPiofc I- nday'a train ltu-ximA
wjll be sen. the Womruiufrrug Aaoo ioix of
glk cow ty is iinirfe 0 J, norto
tir.imyviWi ai pq but; WiQgtsgMwJ) ofn
prinuns SUat .fcs lu wjen - ni graudr thyfi wet tty-
Ol: vQrk yasiot balc9yer in Dallas, bufcoud
ptira- was up,
vaSup. Wo had, prflpaisod toaturn to
iltVs.pnAlqesdayj.apd u yere up aj
d)flerry 8Ltlun, where were
KjUiiu solitude for six mortdl hours.
gglfld train. The waitiijg.,;as oyer
at hififfand' Htliree o'clock we were afcefur place
f deHuatl'f.d comfortably eussconced in the
li - lC House, a iu-w hotel 4ha would do honor to
UfertNcalled uion by twp gentlemen, one of whem
pforfted us that t
the- Story was goftreSthe rounds.
that we had forwarded a roll of papers for new
subscribe! to a certain prominent .Oady of he
place for di trlbutiou.juyl that her llusband, in
dignant ut wiwt he deemeffnJusult, had resented
the imptideny by return! ngtfi,a to tho New
Northwest fllce by express, markc. O. D.,
value 0()." We laughed at the report, mh! as
sured the gentfeiuen that it must be wholly witti.
out fouudativn, as we had sent no such instruc
tions to the home otllce nor anywhere else. Wo
ter, who said the' papers dyne to the otllec ad-
Irest-ed to the lady in question, and Uiat he had
delivered them to her lulsband because lis had no
authority to do oUiorjvIse ; whereuion M-e ad
dressed to the homy 0111(56, in his presence, the fol-
lowlipg, oa a postal cam: "How came you to
dress the package f impers to Mrs. ? Tli
? The !
IKniaster says yon did lL It of course madf Mr. J
angry, Explain nflUaJio if von nmiJ.. It. ami i
if ijpt, jfmi H oaUrUPfetniaator niaile
t, Jiml H oaUfl'UiJlPOfetmaat.ir mallei till f
HWilng tymlX. caiPis In our oHJo-
,3 - . t . " r
loriuir. and half flrmiw:.. .1. . ....
tefs storj, m, reinunju to thtf gto ol ol
lVpplt'UMiaere (Jit -nnbam!,- jj.ffeirneTI
Uie-iiicktB"ls1,Jnu'o.vw v . .V. ne"v'J"dhim
fthe clerk nJf3' 'Uxi" V;t the jmpers
had come '.W-'u' we had solicited
her sulwo"3 ' V'. Kw ol' "west, after,
(a- uW us. di- 1m1 abhi t
tea it 1 K niW then, was the boad am
ofrcntUTiW Te' leave our i .iSfeault Wrtlera to
an l"aginarjftpjo,YQciU40tJ HeJjaa Vy
that if his wife (iiliilB'r-she is i
ivlird mid iniiu'
o""-rt.iV"ruiausmirortlie.p lirc wuiiuai me movemmit and readv
"?Rr'r'a dlm'iiVr Oih Is not 'o.Vlt""TJjt" at tlie satl
peuuu uV w".. tI fcodooan't deir' totT' l
1 1 .1 . .Init-ttlirttit. mart t .
o. Wo assured him ' uW not inwi
,w it was ssible that thgten, hnd boerC
crusted io "o wu .i "wgKITviou; but. if t
fault w.ere yith our otju, W1 ,,ue t$
her, and if tho error W(v, nn,iif, i,c gould
judgoas ,tp wh:t otit- to UH. ,,m r,,,
l.i.f T.' it . 'Jifc, '
u, due to uh. 'JfaYM qiies-
ing been returned
But it was pot fom H HKlditw AiiUe peiiei.
We insisted thapffur wraprs wen- inwriablyf I
iiiHiuiui. jjujiw.mii jii. ue upu-Aieu U Uii' v-Hvsaiu j
. . . ..
Poppltoti, who corrobonueilojur stit-i 1 1. Then
the Poppletou mai'e It hts bho. 'xoluntufr
the followiug "advd-A, ,. v
ftlrs. IMwalBMs Ln., -i "Jid.idviaa.lfei
'mLo krtiptf ill ttbou' iHP(P! TLuWa bttoffllwo physicians Aniity" hiwl failed t under'
W o' rH7i iroou ;
1,1 ..l...H.I.HnB'fS. . . -
in n to subsqrljjo
" "Equal rig
qrife veivuroit.to exnhuii, . -r1
,4ipss J,T ihij pr0oriiueuM)yaiiiwvir..uouhertteniork-lailn
Jiuol the prOwiTor.lilIeM)yaftiivit.l;
f u v-tSc o "HjJLi'"' '(Tc P
uvauwHHfnuu, u."ui(jv your
jagpo.it, , wi., v w jmcaagi-
myaiimtkoJ audkeef aljput this miMerffij-TfaoU
that's the way c nnmuntu look at U
Ftill hoping th. fUow had a modicum of . ni-
mon honeatj', ltxJ$ of his exhibits i f iyr- f
unj, t wAjpi.Mioi.iinH nc were roerojy nuotaig ot ilactor w cuhvu, wuo, py losing plfjbf
the origin ofa mjjfrke, and mjklng. fglppnorip4. i(!rijtjWoon$ MfePSyaccvwl.:,, motnK
nity to amend ft; that , we g-Mm hhu erW1 n,lt "Ateud
man, who had tWded povtycty4raV,f &$tienAZWtmm not3W'
tarn Aviilnitiid.thn .a. ... . i
nf Uie Ur.to fap liTeto,
known wouldn't ituycolBrr Cfk, , alMenJfar.brtPfii-Srt thAMs i? the '$Ue;
P j AT Wu ojuBniy?aniow jjer- forbufor V WW:" Pn,i1P not yet
;hen PJnpleton repeM f
time: W ' .. .. .
i'.Take my sul-je, and keejw
ter ! for it loo hftd aev &vvt
e.iir .iKf.i.f !f f it. tti .1 for VO
iVMr.Poppleton, I didn't vM yon for adulpe,",
wswiid, mildly. f ' . J
thereupon this gallant women, 1
who thinks our rex,oug!ldf bonteut to lot
masculinity to do our.rtfclh Vpf out of
' Vc obeyed with Xlent iUfp JfM
thoumnds of friends, wii wiU r.w. iu han,
est indignation, to jje?rfn ttyrUJ
wtil" not try to insult us, and i iucy ,iannot
sqeceed in Hie attempt. , 4
Tnis aflaU should eost I'tniaafex Hoigln his
plsce; Lut.if itwilich hii ,u-' atiesof. post
master, his term,will!nt htf be wholly devoid
infif ttx hlmsnlf. AnS -n " dmmuuj? o'f
v . ' ,
land get money U rm a 'or will bo.gaa U)
borrow fitnds'lu ave hiii from bankruptcy,- from
the clerk whose wife teciies scuooi lortucTOgney
to pay for her New Nhtiiwest. Tlie sa)d?,clr.k
Is a gentleman by inUinct, whiuli we are sirry .we
cannot say for his oinployer. That he Ithe clerk)
got angry UI did a foolish thing wo cau excuse,"
boejiuse of the cinpanj' he was in. He will not
bo guilty of such a ridiculous assumption of
Ionian's rights" a second time, for ho has the
gou; sense to be ashamed oi, ms act. liut enough
othis. We are sorry wfchave beon compelled 16
tle so much fcpuce to & small a tempest, but the
nJftitcr'wH forced un us; and then, we had iw,
fdea of taking thatopplotoa'a "advice."
For further Blhations in regard to this "tem
pest in a c-a-poi," w refer our readers to the
junior proprietors of the New Nokthwkst, who
are airply able to set it right, so fur as tbey.a'e
6n Thursday afternoon, tlie frlonde of cciuul
ad-Jrights, to the number of thirty or more, aasombled.K
at the Belt Housa.Dariota.aa ner nrexdow UDoint'
t the Belt IIouajmiira,a8 per previoiw mijixiIii;
it, and orgaiiizodho Woman ge CluUi
IndentMidanL-i witlr Hip f.U..wmg onicenr: l'rcs
dViit. Dr. J. M'rai-.- oe-President,
1. Whitenker: secretary, Mi?s M
A)len;v"'tr)0,"lin 'Secretary, Mr. Fli Young;
Tfurur M1-J- IUilHtCSTJiu several commit-
rtC8 were next aptMiift
air, as folWws;
On Resolutions Mr,
ny, Mr. K. A
Tharp.Mr. S. W. Smith
On PntHaHmme Mr.
IV, Magers, Miss Anna Vaughn, Mrs. L. Vlpey
Mr. J. S. Sweet, Mra. S. E. Gray, Mrs. Samh
young, Lr ; UIt;r. Executive Committee-
. ,,x x, r V, r --JlarjiHh, MrsiE..:
us, i;auas aim every wnere else, Uu. very baslcjl
vlero we arrjv.
IT hi hoitr's ride. 5111 f I Worn
eaiuvij uououer tiJhecniaiO
husua ur, uouchcr, aeniursLwho es-
rted u to Jeir pleasant home nd "m,.,i
rfftrements r a lecture, at tha aflflffiil.i innsn tit
he evening vhich was largely oiton'ded aiitl well
received. lunnou ine acquaintance ofel
Dr. Gouol-;r, junior, uunjig his attendanco nt tTSSToitbr'
nKlicabf aool i'. fyj.hmi, and, though he ha
(et'graiatcHV be is ?llluj, I medicn'l bo&kai
flja&aii extenslMi lMwl pra.g,y.u,as his fathers as-
Rllrfil..'iiool i'i Kilaiii. nn. I fi. i... , C'Jrl
4aan.. This i .formation Is nWrfniu. ... .
the 'euefit of tliOTamhui coitntv miblic, wlnVfTjurn -a s
.. i J..J ..V.. ... '-i. jf
nay -.jaieiy ram ajra
'i.feVli:uf(l it"iM5tJ,lt t the-atra
TdennttSpU this clfcv. wh
misIcdAirSlglIUinforniai . Readers of
, i tb Jnmj't5S.in
iinber an ajtlcle published
that Jburnnl.iort time siucttlo theell-t that
- t' .. .1 li . .. . . r 1
st- u a e oi uislftcatjon ol thu iw.
There being but
T(fs tloi," its ha jwpecRid of course
- M&P$H,v?reL 'l ft-"" Tet thejtutlills that they
Jrwctuott LcondnMs: m. tno ea?.- at all. n i,.w li.nii
. pLhaa uejp for n .y
sr wi- sprawl storv y
m l" stJf.v ttliituitSjjonQTll
Im gr. ar
h-.ui yeUyiaih In lt proposltioify, "itive the
fcoon.' Tht doctor saysa pertpaO'tie Ocr-Mst
rev tlj-V tooth and disloeatcl hr jaw, and
tl.e HunYtaen't' for atUuul her-: but 'ie was unt
atVlreatland on. jirpfcto'iiat buaj.Kss, nitfn-
m aln wnolicitetateri.bntfof as wo ha
leu tlieoifronta ncniKof.iAnTTtr
'CitJipjas, and are giveu Ifniple jiwtice to
wormy and cottctenti(ni-, mejra
Ourstay in Amity jrwyshojr!,, but we wore UoA
1 ' ' X .1 tL.iL .1
4iume 10 remain away over tne Bauou llvf
hpre we are. at our own hearthstone, buivvun
gaged in planning for the next oampaigafe, W M
Vordandvrarch as, 1881. - '
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LETTER FHOM WASHINGTON CSi'W&i.
if J bk
fnw i ua ooiuiiHFAimiK- o the -aw v'fliirinv'fwr.
Wash rxoTON, March JBSQ.
Thw nev, administration is fatrjy st&xtMujj&l
its oareer, having been nnhered in wiGjf iim
Ptratic7 on th uaiagm and good feeJIifg tan'oay
tn Tjitratlon for years. The
oj.juoiis have beertRlready'lreJy exroSoii;J
. it . . i 1 - - ..K
kas txinkhng and Canton vn, but this, jpe nearly
aTIcan ascertain, l mostly sensRtfeiN
(ut analyaia of thefabi-iet 1Vok
pnutfranc of any of (iic elrucn(tl
bemqre or lesaanta:rrnistic f ri lib
fromAfdlsInterested standpoint, iltaU
lAwjlHcely bala-nced the uiflVreot;
all iflio factions must be ?atisti 1 of
Wdeal fairly witlrthcm. whi'e hoUlftrf lit I
& position to play them otragaintibj6ttt.e"irt
I provide for his own renpralimtioh-lii JSB4ivT'ib
Cabinet fa tlius tlie work of an experienced :ti
Fjunite politician, and fe.jgpllreqe
ytry. .xiow these various filemo
gethor, is another question. fyJlI
oone. so much over, these aBJiph
iuocH finui iuu&k uu muueaie
alppe stands outpromlnenUy fr
the HUmlnistraUQn, , and, th"
the -tar ofji'iretkeaJJ-,'fvl
.-, pre vryTbutsfet tfciTPrasii'prf j
ri. ara caJJaili upon to enuirilo
questions. The situation beturtCD
iartment and the natona
wit action f the latter; najid?niaSvf
the 'finding bill in Oongfe' W
.-t .... 3
uiac naa-ooupieit the jjerious atu
l-auinet.. Tha bulldozing; tactics of thy bank in
snrrenderlig legal tondew and withdrawllfe ihtir
cinaulution wpckel, well QBougli wAile Cnu:
ivastn Mie way. but. juw that the u-M.tt.i tak
all back, tiieroiome(ubt whetfterit j jost
lle thing to letter, do so. "
Senate chamlH-r since Ms. Ut ajxi amonfel Bfc.
mo ot th- ablest and nw&fc eatjnlimCtVof
: J j i
ivat OJ'WB taken the
ae bW t
. Chief among
Scr.qriu or Tuvitnan.
'' a id foe acre 'tliftj
U4 oqunftry ha pro
li."r he.rf We is a
I iKlHtOr-a !tua k o Ueinoorafcj -Trd-...,
1 w tnjQJho other c onuK wneu nesni
t-.'Slfelit -Ui ' a scPf " that, reall;
f- iat iFinid. W
i ti V cUllllii
of Mr llKnnm'A p&lWmm.
hat he lit always bmi. i
Itter in ?helr behalf J lift-
a of egis':itfonfe.pecUIJvhof
i tvi iiwn- ui innuuvpniment ti-..
.nl.'i.... r it
ition lavebe'dP of friestiiuuole vait .
ietit and wof Jiy hie successor in tv
rfr-paps wlfL regret wifth- Senator "
I h tli4tJ.?r3
1.... - t--.lK
w4fo?e, KnSfeHfijvj.. like The, Hitoae of .
other grfiianen'auliis ambition jcr toe P'rgui
dency. H 4 ie iiOwWpld pS ajii'd nin likely t
rt'turulc any 'ery actrye ppgHn nHbHSi)&. Sen-
lyi nnui v la mwnuri' W1H1 W1U Ug Jlllalr Ttiarev
good deii of affection felt 'fflVQife nMurkikL
diamfirfd. Honest men love an hofciijjpMj'fc
i e an hoafcriijiiifniifc '
aoxi lmra hglrter, who stands up sitifttl;nu"
iiuuii im ncyer rtuixa loariinceorreaauery,
. if.. .T. i . . . i K-
I'-njon Is such a mwl, and the strong men. on iHs
Jigfibhcnn side like him. T.ikeThurman.lie hafi
uftfays neoit on the honest side of Iwfcln tin,,
rj " ..i . . . o "
MriJonaiu Is also missed bv both parties. luit h
utig enough to come hack some day, tsrkaoe,
'ullace Is aiLOtht'i- of the luadm-s w'luw lny will
scrlrTlls one to his parts. Kernan, too,
mrtflfe a bad break In the ranksTand hfela Kbh
prdbauly been seen for tho lastlme in public po
sition. The Republican loss flics been among tho
minor lights, whose places have been filled mos;
1... . f s.. .1, i . .. Jj,
uutiur iimu,-auu in iiusiiasii turn oi the wlie
the advalitages have largely falleh oil that aide of
the chamber. - Dear Pi5i:
Buchanau,!tlie bogus medicar diploma dealer,
Philadelphia, pn made a confession Am
other things, he tolls of twenty-five colls?
which Vend .bogus :.henskitis,'
and say tAeru
m. a oare-
are 20,000 of theafraudstej&Qi
are 20,000 of theafrapdgdncA&Aerica antl 4QjaD
si - -wmm
wMb Ie rJ,terAibllcaThutii