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OREGON, MARCH 14, 1873.
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Cost Of TransportaUom.
The drama in England during the
in has associ-
Mr. William Thompson
Wife murders, and
I last few years has been at its low
atod with himself in the publication
den occur frequently ot
Nearly all of the Washington cor
. Kelly, a
respondents have been agreed upon est ebb.
A C. Q. Barnes, of
printer an ready and pointed writer.-
one point. That is that the Hon.
Hepry W. Sargent, a young man,
been sued for $10,000 da:
Oakes Ames has the largest hands of
Success to the new
Charles Seymour, of Wisconsin. any member of the present Congress. was arrested in Lowell last w<
elly beating a boy iu ’’is ci
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Syl. C. Simgson demands of Tom We compile a few items of special It is not recollected that any one for shouting and making strange
of them has ever taken it upon him antics, and w believed to be insane
E ndearing .—Tho Albai
McFaddleton Paddlethn a rotrftclion interest to the interior States.
self to say that Mr. Ames had the
crttó refers to tho steamer Anr ««OK of certian language vised by hilu in
The total production of the cleanest hands of any member, it is through religious excitement.
as “ Gentle Annie.” f
the expiring “Alliance,” in default country, or domestic commerce, possible that if a discussion should
Chicago courts have again»
promises to denounce hjiq as a liar annually transported by water or arise on that point there might be a cided that drunkenness affords
The Pittsburgh Giz.Wic lias entered
rail, is given in round uumbers at clianoe for difference of opinion. But
and a coward and to n rt to other
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upon ita 30th volume.
25,000,000 tons. The average ^hen we read in an Administration excuse for the person who jqo
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means of redress. P
newspaper, the Washington Star, in
cost is estimated at three cents a report of an ejectment suit brought mits a crime. Lt don,t pay
UTom ought tp
are of,the opinion
that city to get drunk before do
The Peigan Indians have been
♦ t per ton, by rail, per mile; one cent
make the ammde d
by canal—tolls in eluded; at three Underwood of Virginia, such evidence ing a mean
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as the following, it does jnot appear
The Gawtte admits a|i highhanded mills by river; one-fourth’ofa cent' so strange that Mr. Ames should
‘ Are you not afraid that whiskey
1., re been indulged in by lake, and one and a quarter require such large hands :
theft and fraud
will get into your head? ” asked
It was testified to by Francis a stranger of a man whom he saw
by Republican officials at Washing
test against the
of Boston that he and other drinking at a bar.
ton, but congratulates itself that
federal Republic ’’u Spiunj1
toper, *• this liquor is to weak ta
Grant lias not been eaught ‘ in any of By mil would be per mile.... «.I $750.000
sage of the confiscation law, attach
Chinese, in large i
are be it. But the trouble! is, lli-s. Grant Trie same by canal per mile..
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. 75 .(MT ed his property to prevent the Gov
are tarf caught with $25,000 of the pro The same by lake per mile....
ing shipped to Cost
A London tailor advertises“ gar
81,250 ••they afterward sold these judgments
manifested as personal property.
ceeds of the memorable black Friday.
v/This undoubtedly approximates to Alley, Ames, and others, because ments ent not only to fit, and ■ilk
The Portland pafU 3 complain that
as he says:
the best style, but regulating any
A fearful riot took, place in New correctness and is reliable as a
that may exisl, and
the sneak thieves are at work in that Orleans last week l>etween the Kel data for calculation. What must
wood, and by Alley and Ames, then
place again! W1
strikingly impress the reader is members of Congress from Massa enhancing the correct contour of
I logg and the regular State Govern the great difference in cost be chusetts, that the confiscation sales the proportionate.
built a ment authorities. The military was tween ocean, lake, river and canal were valid and binding, and that our
R. C. Kinney & Sc ¡lillHTft
iljjj ij 11 lb :
called into requisition. This is thp
At a recent country teaclierst
attachments were of no value ; that
new warehouse at Junction and will
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in Iowa, one-third of
build one at Tangent as well as oth
r due in great part to the size of the by the court, and we thought under
ers at other points in the wheat grow
vessels used in each species of nav the circumstances that it was nec the teachers were unable to spell
r i Our good nature^ neighbor of the
igation. An. ordinary ocean ship essary for us to save ourselves by ac correctly the name of the. capital
Rfporter at McMinnville has already
of the state, and over one^ialf
Weoftenhwir^Wbie^oman side of experienced an unforeseen »difficulty will carry 2,000 tons, a lake vfessel cepting their offer to buy our .judg
ments, which was a small amount «ould not spell half the words
800, arid a canal boat 200.
comparison to the valuo of the given.
orce and “aL
the firm suing for
Once loaded and the extra ex property.
heard of a side ” business. It happened in this pense of transit, bears but small I tioned said if they failed on the con
imony,” bnt WWeii!
Laziness grows on people; it
asking 4ur alimony along wise : Snyder clipped from an east proportion to the increase of cargo. fiscation title they would fall back
horrid male a
ern paper and put' in type a long ar The two or three thousand ton on the attachment title, and they begins in cobwebs and ends in
with “ hizzeu ? ”
I n 1'1 llllf I r II- I
j .i .¡.j i' i'X" her last I H ticle entitled “the street Arabs of ship requires few,or no more men were willing to pay us something for iron chains. The more business
Neji New York,” and lol and nehold when to manage than those of smaller our judgment and liens. In Mr. a man has to do the more he
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able to accomplish, for he learns
extract from a let- Ids “ patent ” sheet conuj to hand it size, and the same is equally true
Aforthueat oopies an e:
ments to plaster over the property. to economize his -time.
ter to her from this » place to show that already Contained |he self-same iden of lake craft, while on canals the
Dane testifies further that when the
one of her Woman Suffrage converts tical article! Herl|dw.as trouble. It addition of a few extra tons adds sale took placo John B. Alley Oakes
» The body of a young lady
would not do to duplicate so long an but little if anything to tho cost. Ames, Samuel Hooper were present;
is a 2„L
fool. Are they all that way ?
beeu placed in the receiving vault
article qj^d without So doing there Manifestly the size of the vessel and that the partial interested in
confiscation sales were the same per of the Indianapqlis cemetery for
ho Democrat is agitating tho farm was not matter enough for the inside has much to do with the question sons who were interested in all the
daily inspection, as*the doctors are
era’ problem with vigori.- jThe Con set up. It was finally resolved to of expense, while diminution of purchases at the attachement sales ; by no means certain of her death.
vention of farmers at} Albany Resolved, distribute the article; and all hands distance to market is an equally that those parties were ‘Judge Under
The indicat ions of a tranqo are the
to build warehouses in that city and fell to and set enough to partially ! important element, whatever the wood* or his wife E. J. Underwood, freshness of the countenance and
his son ; John Underwood United
supply its place; tha rptaaincLer- wus form of carriage.
at Astoria, and to
States Marshal, and William A. Dun the pliability of the join &
Transhipments are always ex can Deputy Marshal; Jdhn B. Al
made up by slugging put advertise
ments. Though ¿uch .a ’ thing may pensive. Whenever, means are ley, Oakes Ames, and Samnel Hoop
A London Aiderman recently
James D. Fay has got into another not again Occur for mdnths, yet it is provided so that a ship can come er ;* that the property, worth $75,000 decreed that foot passengers hart
brought about $7,000 at tht attach
4 ' thn e. A fellow up from the sea without breaking
scrape in Jacksonville, He and the I liable to occur at any
ment sale; and that ‘previous to rights which teamsters were bound
i the outside bulk, and return in the same way, the sale under the confiscation Judge to re«|>ect. and punished one of the
Ishes had a conflict With pistols and ought to know '*i&t|isidn
ii t type for the the annual reduction on freight Underwood told us that his was the latter who
knives. Again a boqk in his side before putting matter in
had knocked a
Ish was inside of hjs paper.
man pver by fast driving, isn’t
pocket saved Fay’s
confiscated in foe simple, and that Mr- it about time to import a few
seriously shot. i
that end. This will explain why Whiting, solicitor of the War De London magistrates ?
Temperance Habit» and Sncceu -
a short cut from Georgian Bay to partment, had complimented him on
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“ None but far
Lake Ontario, diminishing the
is the motto of a
A man who, besides handling the
A writer in Psttsburg descrities
A large proportion of railroad lake foute seven hundred and fifty
ization in Iowa.
affairs of the Union Pacific Rail one of the City Fathers as “ a
I accidents are causbdj by the fact
miles, is so important to western road, hold such an interest in the
4 That is right,
that some employee set to tend, agriculture. To break down mo transfer of real estate at Washington noble old burgher, proudly loving
lature farmers, n__,._ __
a switch or a brak 3, J , or to run a nopoly we must ship direct botli and at the same time fulfill his duties his native State/’ Judge of his
ers to the exclusion of preachers, doc-
to his constituents iu Massachusetts horror when ce was made to say
locomotive or tra n,‘ was under
tors, lawyers and sharpers, [and such the influence of liduor. Hence ways, and in large craft. By this and keep things all right with Judge by the compositor,—“A nobby eltF**
a body will prevail like a stone wall railway managers will not employ means only can we reach the min Underwood, ought to have large burglar, < prowling around jn a
hands and a broad memory. Does naked state!*’
imum of cost. ;
•1 laday ’, s • : .blandishments
blandishments men who are ace
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not appear a little singular that the
Winter railroad freights, unre
if they know it.
Hooper should turn
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lieved by lake competition, cost up in so Samuel
Run your eye over the list of Oakes
with Mr squandered by drink as it is the
But it is not simply railway over seventy per cent of the price
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wa » r
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time lost, and above all, the brain
Ames’ list of lfribe takers and you managers, but nearly all business
find only professional sharps and men, who recognia^
recognize the truth sells for $1 00 a bushel here. In
hankful S pirit .—There men must always be clear-heade
chronic office hunters. For stern, that an employee, who uses intox
1869, when wheat sold in New once was an old woman who, in physiologists tell ns the habitu;
unbending integrity in positions of icating liquors Is not. to be relied
York at i $1/37 it was worth only answer to a visiting almoner’s drinker of brandy, whiskey, gi
trust commend us to farmers. As a upon. Every body nknows that
from 40 to 50 cents in the West. inquires i s to how she did, said : wine, or ale, must gradually di
rule such legislators are not approach liquor goes direct tq the brain,
Corn to-day is selling in Liver r O, Sir, the Lord is very good to his intellect. How often have we
able by lobj ists and corruptionists. and more or less diaturbs the
pool at 95 cents, Chicago 30, and me—I have lost my husband, and heard shrewd business men remark
healthy action of. this regulation
in Iowa 15, The freight to any my eldest son, and my youngest that this or that merchant must
A United States
r’s j salary of human action. ¡ No matter market comes out of the farms.
daughter, and I am half blind, and sooner or later fail, simply because
is $6,000 dollars a year. There are what a young man’a natural or Every diminution adds to the
1 can’t sleep or move about for the hey know that the person referred
many Republican Sei
in Con- acquired capacity may be; no profits of the producer, or should rheumatics; but I’ve got two teeth
to nad fallen into drinking habits?
gress who have pa
in bribes over matter what his inddltry may be; do so.
left in my head, and praise and
There are young men all bnt
$100,000 for their elections.! If these no matter how faithful he may be;
bless His holy name 1 they’re entering upon the active duties of
Senators did not intend to sell
them no matter how hi£h ¿nd noble his ’ The San Francisco Chronicle «ays: opposite each other.
life. They are anxious to be suc
purpose—if he falls into the hab Taking one year with another, the
selves if ^¡elected, how could
cessful, to obtain good situations,
,------- __imeii8ei outlay? One it of using any kind of intoxicat grain shippers in Ban Francisco
The other Sunday, the follow to be prosperous in ’ business, to
Jones of San Francisco lately bought ing liquors, eVery body knows can lay down wheal in Liverpool for ing was posted up in the. lobby of amass property. Then let them
his election of the Nevada legislature that he is. “putting an enemy $5 a ton less than it can be clone by a Presbyterian church. “Notice— avoid the intoxicating cup, and
at a cost of $250,000. What may be into his mouth to steal away his the grain shippers in Chicago; The person who stole ‘ Songs of »make it a foundation principle to
expected of this fellow? Why, sim-
sim brains,” and that the chances are and if to-day a shipper at each of ¡hi e Sanctuary
’ from the seat No. never partake of alcoholic liquors
ply, that he is in • the market and
12, should Improve the oppoi
"*>r- in any form, and the battle is half
and finally go to ruin. A go to Liverpool, the one would
that monopoly Cormorants have only
unity of singing them here, I, as
i won.— Boston Investigator
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Bustoses aotfoM ta the Local Criifr’n», 25
cesta per lfae, each insertion.
for legal and transient advertisements 32.-
60 per eqnare of 12 lìnea, for the first inser
tion, and 31.00 per square for each subsequent
Loyal Adolfi »ementa to be Paid for up-
Arrives from the north daily at 12 m.
Newberg, weekly. Arrives at ti p. ui., on
Saturday. Departs at7 a. ni., on Friday.
Dayton 6 times a week. Arrives at 3 p. in.
Yamhill County Directory.
M. M. Ramsey
Clerk......................... ...............R. H. L^unson
....................... R. P. i>ird
J. M. Kelty
‘ ’ ( Hulery
........ I. Davis
II. H. liewit
School Sep t
( j QF oræ « » • • «i
J. W. Cowls
Í T. K. Harrison
i A. R. BLrbauk
OUQON OFFICIAL DIBECT0S7.
.............L. F. Grover
Secretary of State............... S. F. Chadwick
Treasurer of State... ............ L Eleiscbner
State Printer................. ........ Eugene Semple
.....S, C. Simpson
J E. 8. McGomas
U. S. Senator»• ~”... .i.James K. Kelley
.........J. H. Mitchell
Congressman .............. Jos. G. Wilaon
U. 8. Dist rict Judge..',............ M. P. Deady
U. 8. Marshal....................... Tho'a G. Young
Clerk U. 8. Court............................... R. Wilcox
Surveyor General......... ............. W. H. Odel
Sep t intt. Affairs.
4- a .T. B Odeneal
U. B. Aesesso!^............Tbos. Frazer
U. 8. Collector.
W. K. Willis. Register..
y ia.»™»«« Beceiver------
Owen Wade, Register........
Henry Warren, Receiver,
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D.' Ckapun, Receiver... • • • •
. La Grande
tp. P. Prfan, Chief Justice ... Jacksonville
t J, Th^rer...
W. Upton..................................... Portland
u L. McArthur.......................... Baker City
Pint District: Jackson and Josephine.
2d District: Benton. Coos, Carry, Douglas
Polk, Tillamook and Yamhill. 4th District:
Columbia, Multnomah, and
’ -L TmnfB or cmctfrr courts .
Frst District—In the county of Josephine,
on <h« fourth Monday in October; Jackson
second Monday in February, Jane and No
and aeconed Monday
Coos, fourth Monday in May,«and second
Monday in September: Gurry, first Monday
in J<W; Lane, third Monday in April, and
a first Monday in November ; Benton, spe-
Monday in April, and third Monday in
Third District—Linn, fourth Monday in
March, and second Monday in October;
Marion, second Monday in March June and
November: Polk, second Monday in May.
and fourth Monday in November; Yamhill,
second Monday in April, and fourth
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on day in
Fonrth District—Clackamas, fourth Mon-
“ i and September; Multomah,
February, June and Oc
tober * ; Columbia,
Colamoia, second Monday
Ctateop, second Monday in Aafoii, »ad
ftmrS Tuesday fa January; Washington,
ouriii Monday fa May, and first Monday in
t—Wasco, third Monday in
second. Monday in N?’r«“1“MP »
Monday fa June, and third Mon
September r BakeF, third Monday fa
id first Monday in October; Union,
MdfitfaMays. and third Monday in
Umatilla, last Monday in April,
and fcurth Monday in October. '
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jdteh of egotism,
vanity, ambition and scoundrclism,
Bayard of New Jersey, one of Blan
ton Duncan’s |uds in tke late straight-
out movement, has formally declared
his adhesion to the Republican party
because, as he claims, that party is
true to its friends. He /ftirther de
clares that he has always been with
the ^Republicans in heart. Pretty
specimen then to lead a straight-out
campaign k.’¿And yet he was just as
sincere as any of^ihe leaders in that
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bat the exceptions on-
prove the rule. Hence, how
ever lightly an bmplqyer may
talk of total abstinence,* t will al
ways be found that he prefers to
put young men who nev$r touch
the intoxicating cup into places of
responsibility. The young m$p
of temperate habits not only saves
the large amount squandered by;
the intemperate youth, but, more
important still, lajs in his owg
character the foundation of bug -
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How often do we I hear of bus
iness men failing on account of
having fallen into drinking harb-
pay not less than $7 a ton in
freight money more than the other.
These are interesting facts for
the consideration of grain growers
at the Weet. In some of the so-
called Western Corn growing
States it costs six bushels of Corn
to convey one bushel to New
York. Such is not the case
either in California or Oregon.
In point of fact, grain( Wheat) Can
be raised cheaper
cheai— J iif® the valleys
upon the Pacific
Slope « . than in
any other part of the
M«VM ; , and
there is no State where farmers
can raise as ldrge crops and at so
little labor and
expense as On
hey will have no occasion to sing
A good many years ago, a Ken-
nckian went to Cincinnati and.
Irove a dart, at low wages, until
le had saved up $700. With this
io bought a large load of coal,
which sank at the landing the
light it was delivered, and he had
to sell it for $400. The party
who boughtit failed before pay
ing for it, but finally compromised
hy giving two and a half acres of
and for the debt. The land is now
n the business part of Cincinnati,
nd is wqrth over $1,500,000.
T he D ifference .—Beu. Hot
laday’s Railroad. Company re
fuses to pay the tax assessed
against themin this county, on the
ground that the Board bad no
right to levy |he tax. The lock
Company were assessed at what
they regarded too. high a figure,
and by the Sheriff, since the work
was completed. The Lock compa
ny has paid in full their taxes.
The Railroad Co. expects Judge
Upton to help it out, and has gone
to the courts. Which is the more