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ASHLAND OREGON FRIDAY, JUNE 11. ISSO.
VOL IV—NO 12.
Iwvued every Friday,
J, M. McCall.
W. A. Wilsh’.ro
W. II. Atkinson
McCall, Atkinson & Co.,
LEEDS At MERRITT.
OFFICE— e»u Malo Street, (in gee-»nd story of McCaU
a Banm't new building )
9t all descriptions done on (bort notice. I xs < a I Blank*,
Oireular*. Businoas Cards, Billheads, Letterheads, Pos
ton, ate., gotten up in good style at living prices.
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Regular advertisements inserted upon liberal terms.
DR. J. H. CHITWOOD,
NEW FIRM !
NEW PRICES! ! !
We are now receiving our New Spring
Stock, and everyday will witness
additions to the largest
Ever brought io this market. We de-
sire to say to every reader of
this paper, that if
At t’.ie Ashland Bru; Store.
JAMES R. NEiL,
A TTORNEY-AT-L A W ,
1 W. HAM AKAR,
P U B LIC ,
Linkville, Lake Co., Oregon.
OFFICE—In T.wt Office building. Special attention
lven to conveyancing.
M. L. M’CALL,
PURVEYOR <fc CIVIL ENGINEER,
prepare J to do any work in hia line ou short notico.
DR. W. B. ROYAL,
Has permanently located in Ashland.
Will give his undivided attention to the practice of
medicine. Ils* hai fifteen years’ experience in
Oroffon. Office at liis residence, ou Main street,
opooMte the M. E. Church.
Sold at the Lowest Market Prices, will
do it, wo propose to «io the larg r.
est business this season, ever
done in Ashland; and
wo can positively
make it to the
of every one to
cull upon us and test
tho truth of our assertions.
We will spare no pains to fully
maintain the reputation of the House,
As the acknowledged
For Staple and Fancy Goods, Groceries,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Dress
Goods, Crockeiy, Glass
ami Tin Ware, Shawls,
And, in fact, everything required fur the
trade of Southern and South
DR. E. J. QOYD,
A full assert nient of
IRON AND STEEL
For Blacksmiths’ anil (lvner.il use.
Office and residence, south aMe of Maia street.
A Full Line of
DR. J, M» TAYLOR,
SUR G EON,
Main street, Ashland, Oregon,
OFFICE—In second story of Masonic Hall. Office
hours, from 8 to 12 A M., and from l:dO to 5 P. M.
‘Ashland Woolen Goods!
Flannels, Blankets,Cassinieres, Doeskins*,
Clothing, always on hand and
for sale at lowest prices.
The highest market prices* paid for
Wagon Manufactory, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Bacon, lard.
MeCALL, ATKIVSON <V CO,
W. W. Kentnor, Prop’r,
A shland , April 10,13S0.
Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Wheel
Barrows, Plow-Stocks, etc., made
and repaired at sh'rt notice.
BEST EASTERN STOCK ALWAYS
All orders left at my new shop, north
of the bridge, will receive prompt and
W. W. KENTNOR.
E. K. ANDERSON.
W. n. ATKINSON,
ARE NOW MAKING FROM
E. K. Anderson.
W. H. Atkinnon.
ASHLAND MILLS !
The Very Best
Wo will continue to purchase wheat
The Highest Market Price,
And will deliver
Flour9 Feed, Etc.9
! Anywhere in town,
a T mill ritic-E«.
Wnjntr, Anderson A <’••
Livery, Sale & Feed
J OUR patrons !
OLD AND NEW,
Are invited to send in their orders and
are assured that they
I have constantly on hand the very best
BUGG IF* A5D CARRIAGES,
SHall Receive Prompt Attention !
At Prices that Defy Competition.
And can furnish my’customers with a
tip-top turnout at any time.
On reasonable terms, and given the best
attention. Horses bought and sold
and satisfaction guaranteed in
all my transactions.
H. F. PH1LUM.
ASHLAND WOOLEN MILLS.
W. H. Atkinson,
Fussing Children to Death.
comes a moan, and wo think of the
pound cake. “No, there ain’t no water.
Manner can't get you no water. Water
is all gone. Tell that gentleman where
you arc going, Maud.”
“Water,” moans the baby, and turns
her flaming cheek toward her mother,
stretching out her hand to her, “water.”
“Water is all gone; perhaps there’ll be
a boy round with water bime by, :avs
tho mother. Tell the gentleman where
you went with parper, Maud. Tell the
gentleman where you are going, Maud.”
My journey is ended. Poor baby
goes further, night though it be, and the
last words I hear as I leave the car are
—“Can’t you tell the gentleman where
you are going, Maud ?”—Boston Ad
Sad Sequel of a Joke.
An Astonished Sexton.
Workmen are now engaged in taking
Opposite is a young woman with a
Who would think of unearthing a
A gentleman while attending church
machinery out of the steamer Mo thread of romance in a scrap-bag? And
little child. An angelic child. This is
bongo, which is lying alongside of yet a few days ago a busy housewife, one evening found that his feet were icy
no common creature, and it would be
Eroad way wharf. The en gines have putting together one of those treasured cold, so that he had to raise them off
diflicult to exaggerate her beauty. She
already been removed, and they are now mosaics yclept a “quilt,” overturned a the floor. Calling the attention of the
is a3 delicate and dainty as a fairy. At
at work breaking up and removing the shred of silk whereby hung a tale of no sexton to the fact, the latter said, with
first one only saw the lovely picture of
boilers, cylinders, flues, etc. Thecabins, ordinary interest It was a scrap of some perplexity:
rpsy cheeks, deep blue eyes, made quite
“Yes, we have a good many com
decks, and in fact all the wood work, satin, of the finest quality, onco white,
angelic by dark lashes—the enchanting,
of cold feet from others; but I
will be removed, and the hull is oll'cred brt now yellow and time-stained. Here
laughing mouth, absolutely illuminated
don’t understand the reason why we
for sa’e. The hull, which is ot iron, is is its history:
by the sweet baby teeth, and the finish-
said to be perfectly sound, and-could be
ini' touch of a loose yellow curl showing
About twenty years ago St. Paul’s can’t keep the church w’arm—wo surely
utilized as a sailing vessel, or, with suf Church in Louisvillo rejoiced in the have fire enough.”
below tho ’vliite cap. Very soon, how-
So saying he pointed to the register
ficient expenditure, could be made to possession of a pastor who was the idol
ever, any woman notices that the child
the floor directly J>ehind the gentle
is not onh becomingly, but very expen
of his congregation. During his minis
in the adjoining pew. Looking
The Mohongo, like most sea going ves trations he lost his wife, and conse
sively dressed, and when it becomes
the latter could see that there
sels that have seen their best days, has quently became an interesting widower.
manifest that the mother is probably
had quite an eventful history. She was Among his most devoted admirers, was a hot fire in the furnace beneath,
the wife of a mechanic, it occura to one
built by the Navy Department, at New though personally unknown to him, was and yet no heat came up. When a
to wonder what would be the emotions
York, in 1804, and belonged to the class | a maiden lady of uncertain age, many handkerchief was laid over the register
of an European mother of this class on
known as “double enders,” which proved peculiarities and independent circum it scarcely stirred. Tho visitor asked
seeing a child of hers arrayed in all this
Those who have wandered across the very serviceable during the war in nav stances. The fact of her intense ad the sexton:
ace, embroidery and the softest and
“Have you anv means of ventilation?”
continent and doubled the capo with igating the rivers of the Southern miration for a man to whom she had
snowiest of woolen wraps.
States. These vessels were of light never spoken became known to many,
At once all eyes were drawn to this Washington Irving in his fascinating
“Are there no windows open ?”
draft, and from the peculiarity of their and a party of young people laid plans
sweetest of sweet things a beautiful ta’e of “ Astoria,” will remember the
were able to go backward for what proved to be a heartless hoax.:
child. The first person to notice her is details of the tragedy (hat terminated
How, then, can you expect the air
or ahead with equal facility, being built A letter was addressed to the lady pur
a pleasan t-looking min, who sits with
in here if it can’t get out some
the career of the Tonquin, the supply sharp at both ends and provided with a porting to come from the reverend gen
his wife in the scat next to the baby.
Ij Astor, in rudder at bow and stern—similar, in tleman, containing professions of ad where 1”
Something about them makes one feej ship sent out by John Jacob
There was no response—the man was
“ling scheme in th? fact, to the steam ferry boat of to day. miration and esteem, asking for a cor nonplussed. “Did you ever try to
that this is a childless pair. Tho baby, a his grand fur trading
this moment, is half-sitting, half-lying, great northwest in 1811. From :i com Soon after the cluse of the war most of respondence, and requesting profound blow into a bottle ’ continued the i.
these vessels v.ere sold, and many of secrecy. The victim fell into the trap
on her mother’s lap, kicking up one lit pilation of facts concerning tho Ir'story
became attached to the merchant at onco, and the correspondence thus be qu:rer.
tle redshod foot against the next s. a'.
of those tines in the North Pacific man c. The Georgia, lust on her voy- gun, continued until the pastor accepted
She is almost the only unconscious cn a
*■ from Panama to this port in Octo
“Do you think if you did, that you
a call to a church in Savanah, when it
ture in that car as she lies then* per C-a semi-m nthly jourm l publi-li. d
force any more air into a bottle
fectly’ happy and at ease. Friendly man al New i'acoma, we clip the following ber, 1878, ami the South Carolina and culminated in a proposal of marriage. by blowing than was in it liefore ?”
stretches out his hands towards her. concerning this iii fate d vessel am’, h- r Wilmington, now in the service of the This, of course, was readily accepted,
He couldn’t say. Never had thought
Pacific Mail Company, were double cml and the final letter, announcing his ap
Up springs tho mother, and with a ner ill fated crew :
ers like the Mohongo, but were altered proaching departure and still enjoining
vous hand, seizes the little foot, puts
“Well,” continued tho gentleman,
On the first of June the Tonquin to screw steamers, and the two former secrecy, from unavoidable circumstances,
baby in a convenient attitude, saying,
c lengthened by W. P. Clyde when also declared hi« piabable return at any “you would soon find, if you tried, that
“Why, Maud ! your foot docs not look
it was impossible, and neither can you
In 1870, steamship moment to claim his bride.
the partners, accompanying as super bought by him.
very* pretty up there.”
cargo. By the middle of the month business was quite lively on the Pacific
Never rdid a happy hearted girl set force air into this church through a reg
“What is your name' asks the
she had reached Clyoquot Sound, on ihe Coast, and steamers were in demand. about the task of preparation with more ister if you don’t open a window or
The United States Government was oc delight than this trusting deceived some other orifice.”
The baby, bless her heart! has now west coast of Vancouver’s «island, and
“But,” the sexton demurred, “opening
casionally selling vessels as they bad woman. The greater pait of her com-
worked herself down again into her was anchored opposite the Indian town
window would let in the cold air,
been doing since the close of the war. j etcncy was expended in the purchase
pretty attitude, and again kicks up the of Newitty. 1’hey were alwut to com
The Mohongo was tln-n lying at Mare of bridal luxuiie-i, a complete and elabo wouldn’t it ?”
little red foot, making no answer to the mence trade with Indians’of Wieanish’s
“You just try it,” was the response.
Island. She was in fair condition, ami rate outfit, from the heavy satin and
stranger. Aga;n the mother seizes the tribe for sea otter skins. At a precon
some of the windows of the lee
in those days a United States vessel did costly lace of the wedding garment
foot, glancing anxiously around at us certed signal the Indians, who had been
of the church and see what
not have to be in very poor condition to down through every item of elegant and
all and repeating, “Why, Maud ! tell unwisely permitted to crowd the deck
bo condemned ami afterwards sold. dainty apparel. In the meantime, the will happen.”
the gentleman what your name is; tell of ihe Tonquin, commenced the attack.
It was done, and instantly the hand
1’hc manner in which she passed into minister, soon after entering upon his
the gentleman what your name is, Capt. Thorne and Mr. McKay were al
lying on the register rose half
private hands forms the foundation for ehargc in Savanah, died in that city of
Maud, ?»Iaud ! tell the gentleman what most immediately killed. All upon
deck met a like fate. When Cap- a very interesting story, which runs yellow fever, ami the authois of the way to the ceiling with the force of the
your name ie.”
The sexton stood
about as follows : William B. ( 'arr, cruel jest, satisfied with its success, ascending current.
Baby is gazing happily now at a bird tain Thorne had first observed that
and ono or two others in this city, dropped tim matter.
in a cage hanging mar, and visible the actions an J
thought if she could be bought cheap could shake tir; confidence of the expec
through a rent in the paper cover; but
“A Tramp Abroad.”
she might be utilized.
He accord tant bride : her friends tried to jeason
the mother cannot leave her at peace, ored to make sail and lmd ordered some
her out of her infatuation ; members of
and begins a vigorous pushing back of of the crew up into tho rigging. F ive
Beyond a doubt the new book from
Washington and interview the Sec- the church visited her and endeavored
the yellow hair under the cap. We all
pen of Mark Twain is his master
rotary of the Navy
tbe to prove how impossible it was her
can feel how i*; pulls. This done, she scending was badly wounded. The re
Mr. Catr’s agent
took hopes could be fuliillod. She triumph piece. It is lively in tone, and instruc
stiffens up the angel in her lap into an maining fout continued concealed. At’-
he antly showed her letters, and refused to tive from beginning to end. This ex
attitude of a wax doll, and begins the ter the fight was over, the Indians wont
had got across the Sierras, he found in credit her lover’s death or anything tract from his experiences in the Swiss
exhibition ag'-.in. “Can’t you tell the ashore. Returning to rob the.ship the
five survivors successfully repelled them a fellow-passenger, an agent for Ben other than the belief that lie might ar mountains, after being out in a soaking
gentleman how old you are ? ’
with fire arms.
In the night at the Holla lay, who at the time owned a rive at any moment to claifti her. As rain, is so pleasantly told that we make
“Most two,” the biby answered
urgent solicitation of Lewis, the wound coast line of steamships running on the time passed she lost her friends, and an extract:
“Wc stripped and went to bed, and
•coast between San Francisco and (Ire-
“Oh, no ; not most two,” tho mother ed sailor, the four left the ship in one of gon, who was on his way to Washing her property dwindled to a mere pit sent our clothes down to be baked. All
says solemnly ; “two years old, Maud ; her boats. Next morning, the Indians, ton on the same errand, vis: to buy the tance. She was thrown among strang the horde of soaked tourists did the
ers, but wherever she went she carried
And then—Maud, in great numbers, again boarded the
say two years old.
Molion*ro. With a degree of shrewd- her trosscau, taking it occa ionally from same. That chaos of clothing got mixed
say this, and Maud, say that, is repeated
ness which would have done credit to the trunks to air it, and packing it np in the kitchen, and there was conse
over and over, the little victim being ously collected, the gallant Lewis
quences. I did not get the same draw
his principal, Mr. Carr’s agent kept his again with jealous care.
shown otr and put through her paces, fired the powder magazine and blew up
business to himself, and set about how
At last her mental and physical in ers 1 sent down when our things came
without a moment’s peace or rest, for the ship, creating sad havoc among the
to circumvent his rival. The latter had firmities became more pronounced. She up at 6:15; I got a pair on a new plan.
so long that it malics one’s cars and hordes of savages who "were stripping
and robbing the Tonquin. Thus was a weakness or two, which his fellow kept her room and admitted no one but They were merely a pair of long, white
traveler was not slow to discover, and her landlady. On her death bed she re ruflled-cuffed sleeves, hitched together at
It is a relief when the friendL m..n the murder of Captain Thorne and the
crew of that *ill-fated ship promptly before they had reached New York, he quested this attendant to inform her the top with a narrow l»and, and they
stretches out his arms to the bal
avenged. The four sailors who had en understood him thoroughly. Twenty- lover of her death, a.id to robe her for did not quite come down to my knees.
a gentle wav, and she raises her i-
deavored to escape were overtaken and four hours spent amid the alluring in burial in the bridal death. When it They were pretty enough, but they
eyes to his, and seeing yearning to
fluences of the metropolis had so de was taken from the trunks it was found made me feel like two people, and dis
there which a love of children often put put to death with atrocious torture.
moralized the Holladay man that Carr’s that these trappings were too ghastly connected at that. The man must have
into a man’s eyes, and which even a very One Indian interpreter was the solo sur-
agent found no trouble in getting on to for the corpse of a white haired woman, been an idiot who got himself up that
young baby knows how to read, straight vivor of that cruel massacre. He was
Washington without him, and before ;Mid they gralaaily found their way, way to rough it in the Swiss mountains.
way holds out her arms to him, and lie retained in close captivity for more
The shirt they brought me was shorter
tho latter had reached the capital, he piece by piece, into other h inds. — Let
lifts her over the back of the scat with than two years, when he escaped through
the drawers, and hadn't any sleeves
had closed a bargain with the Secretary ter to Savar.ah News.
that expression, wholly pleased and half the coast tribes. This account oi the
at least, it hadn’t anything more
of the Navy, It was understood that
surprised, becomes one who has received Tonquin is derived from this interpreter
what Mr. Darwin would cal-
Carr paid in the neighborhood of $20,-.
The Birth of a King.
the highest of compliments—the con on his return to Astoria. There had 000 for the Mohongo. He immediately
“rudimentary” sleeves. These had edg
fidence and preference of a little child. been a misunderstanding between Capt.
around them, but the bosom was ri-
put her into the hands of the Risdon
King Alfonso made his first appear
How have many of us ever deserved Thorne and the Indian chief the day
plaim The knit silk underl
Iron Works for repairs and alterations. ance in public at 3:45 A. M. on the
that the kingdom of heaven should be previous. Capt. Wm. Smith, an old and
experienced trader on the North Pacific The engines were overhauled, new 28th of November, 1858, on a gold shirt they brought me was on a new
given right into our arms !
coast, then mate of the Albatross, of boilers put in, her sides built up and an platter and without any trappings of plan, and was really a sensible thing; it
For a few moments our dear baby was Boston, attributed the real 'provocation upper deck added, deck cabins put on, purple and fine linen. Such, at least, ojiened behind, and had pockets in it to
allowed to rest in this quiet man’s arms, of this tragic affair to the conduct of and her interior entirely re arranged for was ths testimony furnished to the Czar put the shoulder blades in; they did not
to play with his watch, te hunt through
seem to fit mine. They gave my bob-
Capt, Ayres, of Boston. A short time service as a passenger steamer. About by Prince Michael Galitzyn, the Russian
his pockets, to be let alone to do what previous, he had been trading at Clyo #70,000 were expended in making these Ambassador at the Court of Queen tail coat to somebody else, and sent me
ever she pleased. It was not long, how quot Sound and had induced some ten alterations. She was sold to William Isabella, llis Excellency wrote as fol an ulster suitable for a giraffe. I had to
ever, before the mother began struggling
tie my collar on, because there waa no
of the tribe to accompany him to the H. Webb in January, 1872. It was lows : “On tho 28th of November,
jn an ominous way with her traveling
islands near the bay of San Francisco, understood that Carr and partners made 1858, 1 was awakened suddenly in the button behind on the foolish little shirt
basket, and then, while baby was en to hunt seals. He had given the most between #35,000 and #40,000 by the morning at 3 o’clock by a rqyal halber
When I went to dinner a long strang
recognized his ulster as soon as he
tirely quiet and happy, watching the •positive assurance for their safe and transaction. In March of that year she dier, who brought me an invitation to
reflection of the lamp on the bright early return. Ho sailed southward hav cleared from this port for Honolulu betake myself without delay to the saw the tail of it following me in, but
nobody claimed my shirt and drawers,
watch, a large piece of what looked like
ing failed to fulfill his promise. In ac with the Australian mails. Two days royal palace, in order to be present at
though I described them as well as I was
pound cake was passed over to her by
cordance with Indian custom, his in out of this port she cracked her the delivery of Her Majesty the Queen.
able. I gave them to the chambermaid
human perfidy was revenged- by an steam chest, and returned on the 3d Within half an hour I entered Her
It was hard to see her put her little equivalent sacrifice from white men who of April in distress. After being Majesty's private cabinet, where I found that night when I went to bed, and she
white teeth into it, and to judge Jrom fell into the hands of the outraged tribe. repaired she again put to sea, and numerous grandees ami ministers al probably found th»* owner, for my things
this what the ordinary diet was likely to
A few minutes later were on a chair beside wv door in the
was kept in the Honolulu line until ready assembled.
be; hard to glance from the beautiful
the following Spring, when she was the doors of the cabinet were thrown morning.”
peach-like cheek of the child to the sal
sold to the Pacific Mail Steamship open, and the King consort, Don
Tho Zuyder Zee.
low one of the young mother which, to
Company, and after making one trip to Francisque d’Assisi, entered the room,
There is one being in this world that Panama under command of Captain bearing upon a golden salver the new
gether with the fragile, broken Ameri
The Zuyder Zee, Ixn'ng the result of
afford comfort in the heaviest sor Connolly, she was placed in the line be born infant, Don Alfonso, stark naked.
can teeth, told the storv of chronic dvs-
an innundation, is l^illy only about 10
pepsi a and general debility. Is this row and soften the most rigorous trials tween San Francisco and San Diego. Thus all present were enabled to assure feet deep, save where the channels h«.v^
what our blooming baby is coming to ? of our life. We call this being mother. In 1875 the Pacific Mail Company re themselves that an heir to the throne been deepen»-d, so that when pumping
God gave her to us to sweeten with her linquished their Southern coast route had really come into the world.”—Paris
She throws the cake on the floor,
shall have been completed the land will
kisses of love the bitter cup that is often and sold the steamers engaged in that Figaro.
thank heaven, but eats the rest care-
be quite Dutch and perfectly level. The
pressed to our lips. He sent her to our
lessly and without appetite (there is no cradle with the wings of affection to trade, including the Mohongo, to Good-
most curious feature of this will be per
Burial of the Dead.
member of the S. P. C. present to pre hide from our view the dark future into all, Nelson <fc Perkins. The Mohongo
haps that there are certain islands now,
ran in the Coast line up to some time
vent this cruelty to children, and then
which wc are to be hurried to contend last Summer, when she was hauled off
Nearly all the nations anti tribes of such as Marken, Urk and 8hockland,
standing for a moment on the man’s
with death. He appointed her to fold and laid up in Oakland creek. A few men bury tlieir dead lying and extended the inhabitantRof which will not have
knees she glances up, and through the
our hands in the first prayer, and made weeks ago an examination of her ma- from cast to west, Some, however, much to do with the main land era, and
narrow window in the roof of the car
her smile the dawn of infinitudo of our ciiinery showed that it was in a hopeless bury them sitting, and some lay their after 400 years of history are somewhat
she catches sight of the moon.
hopes. To us she is the incamatiou of
dead north and south. The Bongos, a proud of their insular position; but the
she shouts with an enchant-' goodness, virtue and mercy, and in the state of decay. It was accordingly de people in Central Africa, bury men day is coming, slow and sure, like the
ingJaugh. “Moon up high 1” Then up hour of temptation we may hear her cided to take it out and offer the hull with the face to the north and women sword of Damocles, when their boats
go her darling hands and she calls, tender voice pleading to our soul. for sale. If the Pacific Coast Steam with the face to the south. If one of will be superfluities, and they will find
ship Company does not find a purchaser
“Moonie ! moonie ' Come moonie
Whenever we feel a generous emotion, for the hull, it is their intention to break the Wanyamweri, in Africa, happens to their dikes unnecessary, and their night
“Why, she never did that before,’’said the desire to dry a human tear, to help it up and dispose of it as old iron.— die abroad he is buried facing his native watchers can turn in comfortably, in
her mother. “Maud, sit down and tell the unfortunate, to break our bread with
village. The custom of laying the body stead of pacing long hours in stormy
S. F. Call.
the gentleman where you went with the hungry and to perform any noble
------ < m»«■ •
east and west is due originally to solar nights, waiting to give the signal that
parper.” “Where did you go with par- act for our fellow-beings, we are often
symbolism and the head is turned to the the dike has burst and their island
per, Maud ? Maud, where did you go unconsciously impelled by the subtle machine which will make 30,000 paper east or the west according as the dead deluged.—Good Words.
paqier?” The dear cheeks are growing power of the mother’s influence, for it boxes a day.
are thought of in connection with the • Facetious tram-car rider: “What! Is
to red now’. “Water,” she says as she is she who fashions our character and
Two pounds two ounces was the sunrise, the reputed home of deity; or this old Noah’s Ark fall?” Second face
dragged down from th® companionship stamps upon it impressions that remain (weight of a perfectly-formed child born with the sunset, the reputed region of
tious ditto: “No. Just room for tl
of the skies. “Water, water.” It be- for ever.
in Auburn, Me., a few days ago.
donkey. Step in!”
82 50 PER ANNUM