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OREGON, MAY 1, 1874.
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food which [ should be removed Bnd t^e soil culti-
inches deep that the
$4J5O per day was for
! va|ed to a depth ¿bf at least eight
Published every l^ridiiy by
Thd following from tho WMing the land contaius, ai 4
From the Mercury of recent
bORRlQS <3S HRXiSREE Farmer of /Vpril 1, will undoubtedly .j applied in the for ii*
P.f l manure ls
of ir<u exists
large date we take the following:
opine that no one will complain at
washed down by th<
so that ifiis not desirable
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1 bo of interest to a largo number of and
often out of he* rpi.cn ut the ~ i ; . turn
the L iiVz
I. ui 1 over
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. '
pearly Dolph’s speech hcici on
roots. In thi4 way 11 ■
This is an important question, and afid the crops will b 3. ^ht, while tho
“Meantime the cash drawn in
depth, and the subsjpil loosened with a Monday night tallies with Scott’s
Hue Copy, One Year,
creased every year,” says the same
75 one which eyirfy farmer ought care- L-¿id is growing poefek every time it i plow made for tha t purpose. Ordi
t)ne Copy, Six Months,
¿ Our CwW, Three MnnilitF’“’ fir
authority. So it does with 110
. ~r¡ r be laid aside, the subject viewed in all 6vst when plowed -»ha; low' and ma- nary soils, which contain no obstruc
tions/and which Are usually good, fore leaving Portland, to liclp
”ed on the sfurfaci N RoCky land is should be plowed t<ii or twelve inches
convicts cow against 64 under
its aspects, and a decision rendered in nii
very difficult to wor r ilid often pays ! deep, but if the scjil is not of that Dolph here, on the subject matter
RATES OF ADVERTISING :
t\it grain. Some- depth it should be fiiade so by gnidual of the Penitentiary Report. The • Woods’ administration. Did not
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1W I 2W I 3W 1 3M i 6M. j 11 K. accordance with the facts developed Hotter for gm^s thaij ft
irk the investigation. Because the tjmes fruit trejes do r< (ffliaykably
well ! deepening, not inotp than one ipch* of
Messrs. Scott and Dolph’s friends
1 in» h, I «a 1 -
i former generation of farmers plowed on very stonV ldndL ,]|
fresh subsoil to be thrown up At any
vote to transfer all the material
¿Inches. L.» !_2 .»O | J 00 | S oO , 1- | 18 011
the case fruit] growing often proves one time.
3ln.-l.es, i J-.o |1 50
" I 9 jj* I 22 no deep or shallow, is no reason why we very profitable. . Butjiiere are times
and necessary labor of thfe Peni
which is which,
linches,, ! 3 M) | 4 00 I 5 '*) | 11 | 20 | 30 Oo of tho present generation should do wT hen this kinà of lane heeds plowing, !
tentiary to the Capitol building?
as the result of ci
j Cut. I , V>0| . Ö .1O I 6 00 ~ | ; is | 22_', 32 00
same, uulu# it appears that they and
nd the que'stipñ
of tjhf depth to which ! and no little pn
and who’s the other fellow? $cott
If they did what right has the
1 Col. I | atio| 7 Oil | boo ; 20 ¡2s | 3s 00 were fully, successful in their work. the plow shall ruu nu|st fhjjn be con Thus far the «pr
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sidered. Deep plowing would often I have, wficn, applied, given perfect
present Superintendent to
They may have been wiser thfip we
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be beneficial, jut it ,t wj>i(jl
ilso be al
of it to prevent a deficiency? If
are now, but with all the aids which most impossible.
\V litf t se<
Bn-tindKS notice’ in the Local Columns, 2.’»
we have, and, all the advantages best method
thod yet dei i<t|l
(or the culti
he is not permitted to sell Ror^give
Another Re-^i ilue Raid.
Cents per line, eagh insertion.'
For leg.il mid transient advertisements >2.- which we possess, but of which they
credit for labor done, will it not
50 per square or 12 linos, for the tirst^inser
blasting or digging, 01 rocks which
Secretary ’ Riphardson. disap
tion, and Sl.hO per square tor oach subsequent
all be deficiency? '
I are even with, pr a( jqye the surflice,
clearer views, and form our opinions ' then run the plow c i^it inches deep, pointed in his .efforts to procure an Penitentiary report of 1870 , puts
A lwliwivnl» to I* Paid for up
1 ai>d get out all tjiu l sfoiiqs which are increase of rover e by the revival down the expenditures of the pris
S outhwestern C attle T rade .
on nviking Proof bg </»»• PiM'ndo-r.
Personal Adi'i. SO Ct*, a Line.-«a done.
—We have very favorable reports
wo but of dead taxes, i now seeking to on at $59,000, only a difference of
will claim, that cither our fathers or I depth. It is slow ji nd hard work,
SubcriptionS Sent Kist, $2 00 a Year.
■ six thousand dollars.’ We prqsumc as to the Xexas and Kansas cat
1 ’ valuable im-
it is a perruaijieiit ‘ Jrw*'
ourselves, have ever reached the high wroveuient to th io| 1^11(1. On land call up the ghos& of those taxes,
and make them Stalk in mischief- the Superintendent knew how tle trade for the coming season.
est degree of success^lin the cultiva- which has a me r
E HAVE FOR SALE ONE OF THE
The past winter, fortunately, was
Celchratul PARKER BROS. Breech tion of crops, which it is possible to overlaying a cjlijjy * any other hard dea ing power apiong living men. much he expended dr he woul 1 nor
an dpj qrttt
! •tunityjfor tho
Loading Shot Guns, nt a bargain.
attain. Neither will it lx? claimed subsoil there i0
The Supfome Coprt of the United have printed it. But thcn,<Scott a very mild one in all that section
owner 1 to show cpiififtlcr
that we should rest-sat isfie'l with any which will prove a| sojirce
of eo little States having lately decided that and Dolph^-Uie latter has tin say and the drovers have come through
thing less. WCftqonr success, or our profit,• or. he c; anl dir plhy an igi orance
as he spoke it at Salem on it, as a rule», with their live stock
the Government ¡nay bring an ac in this
Sure ( hdavy
hdávy and yearly
of it, plowing will have a great which will iu$u
safe and in good condition. If the
W. M. RAMSEY,
’ anc deep tion for the recovery of unassessed Monday night—only saw ¡what
deal to do. Therefore, the subject l°s3>
plowipg wero firsit **
’ 1 promi- and qnasscssable|taxcs, a circular tlic appropriation asked for. Nci- Eastern markets recover their
.A tor noy at Law, ought to be talked about, written fteiitly
to the aftci|ti iofi
, of Ai icrican
about, and, most of all, thought iarmers«a git it ¡inkuyirnen . wl o were has been issued Jo Collectors of tiler could sec that in the sanhc re elasticity and induce the drovers
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about., until we gain as clear an un . Easily led away} by $ ?w and novel Internal Revenie, directing them port the Superintendent paid out to come forward by paying" fair
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Ott'-c i i the Court House.
derstanding of it as possible. It will |lieoriestested these ifiethods -of cul- to-exert themselves to tjiscover all for supplies'$7,000 as proceeds of prices, a heavy trade this ééming '
, fivatioil to thtir.l’^ig feme regret and
be time to plow pretty soon, and we I
to be h pass cases where taxe^ ought to have brick, Ac., which added just that season may be relied upop, and
want to know how to go to work to port
j»ort to splendidi
sjticcdflk but, in
amount to the expenses of the in this will enable the stock men
get it doneto-tjie best advantage. L ¡t inexperienced; lhinds,*pt bccime a been assessed) uijder present con
Nor can thev sec th this to realize something for tlæ heavy
¡means of ’ailure. structions of thf laws, but cannot 1 stitution.
Law, us then consider, first, the object of cause and also a!
mo we read a now béxi?sesscd«i) account of tho time that the Superintendent Ought losses they had to sustain last year,
And at the pri-siiot time
tentai Hotel. , plowing. If we got a clear idea of gre it deal abjouft dop[
L p plowing, as,
during the panic. Some 4Q000 •
I the reason tor plowing, it may throw ' though that
method by r which statute of limitai ¡ons. 3?his means to have paid this $7,000 into the
plainly head are , now on the Arkansas
some light on the bost methods of do farmers were toflisur^ their 31 lucoess. a renewal of th(j ¡oppressions prac- State Treasury. They can p
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ing this work. Different farmers have We are told that a miir
river, ’ xtrnliirtrv
waiting for it.«
the grass Jo
see it in Mr,. Wat kinds’report, but rîvni
: farm which hejOultivAtcs only; 1 tQ the
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different ideas on this subject. Ask a * peptli of five ini’hibs, would have
P. C. SULLIVAN
an- fresh activity amji uig spies, inform- fail to see it under Woods’ ! good come up to enable them to cpme
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man who luis lived “on the hills,” or
of eqiipt ttre^. and value by
forward. At the same time, it
ers and blackinlM ¡lers, and another government.
. 2k t to in icy- at Law, in tlw “backwoods” all Ins life and ! other
simply doubling fils depth ofi cultiva
It is very Material whose ex was ■ought to be added that the -best
Siever taken, and perhaps never even tion. Now whih) tfiere is in these raid on the ur|l happy tax-payer,
statements a gfeat
of truth, the--
they • who seems, undej- * our extraordina- gored, and if one Superintendent authorities agree that tbif» vear
ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS seen an agricultural paper, what he
e ' Struhgly quallified.
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<.f .Yamhill, 1’ulk and other counties plows for, and ho will ¿ay to get the ought to be
revenue systilnj to be always in can pay $7,000 for supplied, an will be about the last in Texal for
In Oregon. .
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Others, who have more fanner who has b|>en fn the Habit of
towards erecting a safe prison ting well thinned out and tbo ex-
JAS. McCAlN, T
h »¡v;Li>e|(\s deep'were
deep were to
tb by the supers crviceable zeal of
light, think it is a good idea to plow plowing
**V.V*. spiliib to run ten honest, or flic pecuniary want* of building, for which lie had author port i^.largely in excess of;the
so that the crops can get a better iiiches instead 1 of fi jiveJit is almost cerr
dishonest, memjl The acquittal of ity under the act for the crqction production. The class will also
start than they could among the sods. ts*in that his er< opfc wckild bo extrome-
fords special en
cn- of permanent public buildings. / be confined to better stock, nwetly
5o|j2r tJie mellow aifd Mr. Sanborn affords
But they do not consider it of any ly light. To lcdi
ILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE r great consequence to «have-
¡with^ve inches of
Scott says: ? ‘‘Money has steadily beeves, instead of the young find
«have it done | productive
! fiard ipid cold subsoil, would ruin of operations. When a case is dis
well. If they can get most of the more than one ybhr’s ‘<aop. The soil covered where a plausible claim been drawn from the Treasqi ry to poor stock usually thrown upon! the
E C. BRADSHAW,
grass turned under they are well sat-. ought to be dbe
J^ 11 put ‘ itsliould
bq for back taxcsj^can
taxes;tcan be made out, meet tho deficiencies of the X’ cih - market. The business is slowly,
Law,' isfied . ■ Now ask an intelligent, widp* dohti grai"
the taxpayer Will
ill be sent for or tentiary .during the Grover
rovoFarlinin- but surely settling into the/hands
awake, reading and thinking farmer Obtain* a ‘ deeper’ culture the plow called on, not fied that he is con-
istration in larger sums thbn i were of a few heavy operators, who can
should not boi run more than one inch1
what his object is in plowing, and he deeper than ifl f^fmeinjjlears. The sub sidered: delini |ficnt, and, required
during Woods’.” afford to hold on for good pieces
will tell you that it is to pulveiize the soil thus thi oWn up .will be acted up to make rctur us according to in- ever drawn
Office in the Court Honeè.
’s s sapient’ wisdom
for ycu I and a favorable market. Kansas
soil, and thus furnish food for the on by the sun an<l aii| a<id rains.and structions, as well as to write e* There
ing plants. This is one. of the frosts, thus becoming fitted to bo pro across the fact of the return an That
an average/ of eigh- handles about the same quantity
LAFAYETTE BUSINESS DI EEC TORY. grow
main reasons for plowing the land. plowed at least t vice4 before any fur- agreement to’J wove the statute?of ty-eigh t
prisoners^, during r a of cattle it did last year, and/rthe
We can plant on sod or stubble land, ther deepening is attui
à pled. In t this
his limitations. If he refuse to do two years r scasoh of building, stock men there look for, better
ERGUSON it BIRD, comer of Jefferson
•- safe this, he will lie tbieatencd with a
■n«l Main ; dealers in prmluce audgen but the soil would be so hard and matter of deep duiur
?xtra guards,; etc.,
akef haste slowly.” lawsuit for the ¿mount claimed as
coarso and cold, and the weeds and and best to “ nake
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The results of>u| modicité course may
should drafir more monev thfin 6-1,
ELTY A SIMPSON, north side Main grass would take such determined
The difference between having
not be brilliant, >ut ^jy will be sat-
street dealers in drugs, confection
tho soil is
1 isfactbry. Evek
Evet r iri
a tooth properly drawn by a pro
eries and family supplies.
would be hardly worth gathering. By deepened, if therv worl ■ is done thor- dent that, according to law, he prison, is astonishing! But as Dolph
fessional surgeon, and having it
AS. McCAlN, attorney ; office on south
adds perma- owes nothing; he may have paid
plowing wc loosen and pulverize the s oughly and caflfullyl
side Mam«Jrtreet._______________ ;
farmer can figure It, SO knocked out miscellaneously by a
■ ncntly and cbnsuleriiidy
’r'- to the pro- all that was demanded by thfe of
M. RAMSEY. County Judge and
we, as wc Ifavc farmed some \vi 1 fall on’ the pavement, is onl/ a
ductivo valw bfjtho H ikl
,iid. . Here is a
• attorney at law,—office in the trate and warm it, the roots of the grca^ opportunity for improvement ficials
r ÿ; law as construed tn% The
being, if six- slight distinction—one is deqtal
Cou rt II ouse.
plants can readily pass through it and i and development. If1 every farmer at the time of ,<paymen it; but he
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z a -a w
uncer ty-fbur prisoners cost for two i veat 8 and the other accidental.
TFOHN BIRD, Vest $de Jefferson street, obtain their nourishment, and culti whose soil is suitably would deepen will beJikely tp feel (he
dealer in stpves and tinware.
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vation can be easily and readily car his culture gradnallyt. qutil it reac shed tainty Í of legaki proceedings, to $69,000 51 and eighty eight I prik-
qPy C. BltAi^HAW, attorney at law..
ten or twelve inches,jl iie L_
A modest young husband sent
ried on during the season. The bet i uur country would be ^m;nens0ly in- dread the unplcuiaut publicity, the oners for the same time «cost ^7S|,-
f which are loss of credit or custom, perhaps
ter the plowing is done the mot^ creased. If thfe pili ■ts
677 76, who paid dearest for th e the following message over the
ST. JOSEPH BUSINESS D1KKCTQRY..
readily tltese results will bo secured. obliged to get noarly ■ $11 their nour-
whistle? • Simp’e divisionjprovés wires’to frends in a distaiU -«pity
ELTY & SIMl’SGN, cor. 4th and Elm ;
tlte other day: ‘‘See ifnth chapter
dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens rapidly the rootlets penetrate the deep are thyifty and I vigorous it is even stoppage of business; so he that under Woods’ administration
reasouabló to supposi >| their produc- will mpst probably do w’hat is de it amounts to $927 06 per pr soner, of Isaiah, sixth verse.” Thedosty
ware and patent medieines
nich ^greater if manded and pay what is required
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OTEL, JiH. Olds, proprietor: cor ment.
under the others $905 42, or a dif- old Bible was hauled down in*an
«11 for food in
of 4th and Depot street». New house
all fining and pulverizing the soil, it ! twice that depili, c | mellow land, whether due or not. Where the ferencc per head of $21 64, or on instant, and the above chapter find
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verse were hunted out anc| found
may be considered a settled fact that More
been'tried and tffove^ f fully success ders it probable that the party who eighty-eight for two years, ! >1,9(4
DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY
< good plowing is at the ‘ beginning of,
ion stra ted that is approached will seek to com 32 in favor of Grover's administra to explain all. The verse reads,
ful. It has
4^1 c. CALL, MANUFACTURER OF and absolutely necessary to, the suc soils can be deèpend l and thus iin-
promise the matter in order to get tion! These figures are take fl i “For unto us a child is. burn--upto
baddies and Harness. All work war
ranted. Orders left with J. W. Cullen will cessful cultivation of cr ops.
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There aro casés m rhich it is‘not rid of it, and will, in many cases, from Reports and are the aqioun ts us a.son is given.”
receive prompt Attention.
Keeping the above in mind, let us
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desirable to i„ throw J fp the subsoil. be allowed to do so on condition i
drawn from the Treasury.
HRIS. TAYlWR, dealer In general mer-j now consider the depth 'to which the These occur wh$re c& v forms a solid of saying nothing about it.
■ ■ There are shrewd boys in Bar.
jchandise, Odd Fellows’ building. , The
plow should run. To thisquestionno
HHH substratum a, and oc ssionally where
Mr. Watkinds charges qp the ! lington, Vt. On thenight of a re
This, of course, is not the word
cheap cash store.
given, for it | tho soil is ilhpr^gifal
gitate 1 with certain
absolute answer can
labor of the prisoners at ' $2 :o cent charter election they got out
B. POWELL. Saw Mill. Dressed
-y with the charac- Parties of irqn id these section» in g.of the smooth instructibns is
• lumber of allkinds, doors and win
Bulletin. a drum and fife, and,went noisily
* • gredt benefits w^ll rqàqltYrom the use sued to‘Collectors, but this is their $4 50 per day, says the
be _ „ __— ylMr, t whifeh merely loòs-
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4WO- practical Effect.
Since the Su It can easily be demonstrated th It
to the house of one of tlic success
depth, . wlìilo
not thrown up the dirt. In preme Churt holds that taxes nev
OWARD A STEWART, blacksmiths, cultivatedr to almost ftYiV
Wagons, hacks and buggies ironed. other» will admit of only »hallow | this jvay Jh^lumpteg jttid baking
er assessed and now upassessable- they earned ju?t as much carrying ful candidates. He thought they
Gunsmithing and general job work done.
is thrown upon may be sued for despite the stat the hod, etc., on the new’ build in .r tfcrc the-voters who had supported
plowing. If thore are largo
] _ rocks 1 ^ioh result if ■«»; y
EADBETTER A RILEY: picture* of all eight or ten inches below the surface
MJ | To siim up thl' mat :er our opinion ute of imitations, & is highly im I as free men who received "$2 50 him, and flung wide.his hospitable
descriptions always on hand and frames MB
it .will not usually pay to dig them would »fee as ¿»How tí Leachy soils portant; tQ prevent another out and $3 per day, and was a Ivgili-
of all descriptions made to order.
1- doors. Before he» cculd get thev
out in O^der that the soil may be should be plowed ver y shallow, and burst of oppression, accompanied I
mate charge against the cost of t ie boys out they had ,catcu most» of
ARKER & CO., Ferry .street; dry stirred to • greater depth. For sandy, j «» sorfooe nlgure« ifter plowing,
goods, groceries and general merchan
fcr.t diz I
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t“U9 keeping' thi)
Three dollars u as f the supper that had Icen set for
dise. Dayton flouring mills,
and all leachy soils, shallow as possible fcom waskfiq g through the should»«! once fix a limit of time
best , livery sUble Ferry street; bufc- culture is undoubtedly tho best. The soil and away ff oin jije i roots of the after which suits for recovery of charged for carpenters and blavk- the real voters, who found the ta-<
• gies »nd horses to let at all times, at
smiths, and was cheaper than fice ble barren when they came.
soil is so loose and porous that if t^c plants, Fr0m; land ’^*T hich is stony, back taxes shall be barred
I plpw is run more thi >i
lfow Deep Símil IVe Plow
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