WILLAMETTE FARMER. SIIHKI ITOSPLTTS. On every sldo wo hear the Jubilant stock AM) ri;.vu.'(.. county, wherever it may be unlawful the confusion incident to all racing. lor domestic nuiinai- 10 run m hub- ,un me ground 01 saiety, too, to tno In the last number wo published a ,v virtue of thl or any special law, thou-ands vi-lting, it is believed the SWFSiS&S -J'-: isrJi1lMr notes or the sheep men, and prop.ir- good letter from Mr. iMvlilson on oil petition of one hundred or more iclmn'owm vo tisfafUo,,. "' " Marling nowo.K-. We hear of quite 'road. .Mnco then wo have had our !;cViV1 "crl eloc"lon fii "ueli AXOTIfKIl LETTER rilOM SIR. attention called to another pjint iy evoral farmer;, vi. StTCSS? Salem, Saturday, May 11, , a. number of preparing to young men who are go into the bu-lne-s. her pMnt by conntv, that at -ueh election, the vot Fencing the crs or Mich county may vote for 01 JOHNS. Wo have received another letter ,Tho .sheep ralrs have pa-od stock, instead of fencing the grain against do iieMic in S," J11' - -" -""i -'"" Ajiii' c Arci.t, n.in . w roic .... . . ui .1 ., n .. !.. i.. uioicoj, 10 ijo iiiluiiuiicii 111 01n.11 no tiublishli Lr for 11 number of reasons Bif'rtherAUHiini'oiti.kd-t.- ,. .nd'tlii-lr business for many year-, and do with the other .action of fencing (Ict,,) , i0,)aMto ballot boxes shall ' L! 1,1, f j.tf.riubicripiloniandtdTcrtiK . now greatly need and deserve n re- the railroad- hi -tock pa-turc-; but be ti-ed at .aid elections. Such votes -H1- -'"niis is u no criuoi 10 mo - yival oftheir business pro,pocK It ' relates -olely to the rights and inter- .-hall be received nnd canvassed by Kvioiiiii, and ought to know the po Wlll the Canal and Lock be a Mi Imllc 1 ' appears to us that if there is no faith-, est- pen.ling between the owner, of ) I'l'f," fej 'f gg! "',! . H V .A VSmimVZ " ,'. m" This , a nuesflolTln which every ! "' tinkering with the turlir, wool will stock running at large.und theown- SXm"VaTam- ""j'0 '? ?i ",!"f"0t Va"Tr imm vi 1! at 1 el Hd i 1 2 'nr remunerative prices for .several I er.s of grain on their own land-, jm-ity of the votes ca-t'on Mich que-:-, Wm ,ho, rs " us into s dee ,1 v . crested W ,H o ! ''" " "'"'. '"' ' " nlr-.ifly I When a man bu v- a tract of lai.it of tlon I, for domestic animals or any a political dl-cu-lou, or to liiMmiate wiUlngo icSt'nl. el'SesWf Jo" 1 1" the -.u? lm,.n may we,, fw., ! tllu B0Veniinclltl lUw hoought :$ S? h!! ' Z"nTZ' he ruption in the last Legislature in ' 'icournged. to be protected in thu exclusive w- riwh dome-tic animal-, or 'Iio, ,.. " '" .. HM III Will lilll HVIU 11' llVlli- .' VII' I . 1-llll.LlIL'V 111 1111IL 1.11111 11 ilLIlllll"! lll 1 1 1 i;i L'l I J i I VJ f'rHItifr mi 11 Tut. Will rnrnrnim " " "I - " , Oil! I! ... the con-tructlMii of a canal mvl locks I "l"1: KKuwu at the Kails, yet we must in-ist now that that contract be carried nullum itly. The paltry charge of-wiu-dle on tho ta.-iayeis of jjT-OoO in awarding thN contract Inks into liiblgnlllcant twaddle when compared with tho great bciiellls to be derived from the eoinploti') i of tho work". We hope ihe I neighbors cattle. Wo believe that whole farming world will not go ', tbi, wa-s the common law in J'tiir- crayyand rejieat the old folly of go-land, and think it ought to be the Much wind anil Ink has been wa-tel clmnlMinil banker-, sweep thoii-aniN over the propoiition that the I. T. I'o. made to tho State, and it wa. claimed that that company intended to con-truct the works nf "Mono, Iron and wood," while the .-ucce-sful company would rniittrucl it, ttrcurtl- tinj (it rwitravt, of 'Stiuie, iron and law here, especially In the grain growing legion-. Take the Willam ette valley for In-tance. The own ers of prulrlo farm- a- a genera! thing arc grain grower-. They have not tho tiinlx-r to fence their farmland mu-t haul rail-often many from u sifo hu-liics which they uu- mile-, and at great cot, to protect ilei-fttand, Into the gulf Mroam of ex- thi'Ir crops against tho -tock of one periment,anil many of them bring man located in the brush. General- ing into .sheep as a Miecialty, to lie followed in u few yearn by tho UMial roMilt a M"icep poll on every panel of fence. Theso jieriodical excite ments among farmer.-, like M'ock and leal i -tato ."peculation-, suuong mer- lectlon, on iiko petition ami nonce, them, on an matters where tho in- le voter-of Mich counties electing lcrCits of the people are nt stnke. ) allow domestic animali to run at .,,,.,. Ar .',..' nH ,, ,, ' irge, may vote to rescind Mich form- "' rr- .'ohns nor any other i i mi til laiKi.. . . . . . Hi:v. .'). At anv Miccecdlng general i po-o to navo ojiiiuont, and to express election, on llko petition and notice, them, on all matters where tho in- tni to nvrrn iilinVl unij , wx,,v vi." -- . er vote, and to come under the pro-' person enn say we Jmvo over eouu- visions of this law, where no Michi-eled any man to vote contrary to vote is taken. his political .sentiments. Wo have advised the people to see that honest and Incorruptible men wero sent to tho Legislature men who could not IIO.VESTV is. lliailOXKSTV. La-t week two horses were killed near Kugcne by tho car-. Tho hor.-e- wero valued at $200, and the ciT-h was paid for them by the agent of upnta&hcriir.ssale upon their own Iv, or at least very often, wo flndi1'10 railroad company at that place. ... . - ' . . 'Plt( .tU till ilAIIA til All1 lrtt Mill promle-. We hope every farmer , that at lea-t a dozen farmers have to will stii-i; to the hu-lne.-s ho under-1 fence ngalnt the taiiil-, and let "woolgathering" ms -tock of one man, r cement." We acknowledge that I" ' ,l,i"l-i"UMl- " wi "iry (hero Is a great .liHerencoaMtoduru- "" "f tlio n-l, it is lousldereil billty between wood and Iron, Htone, ' ,'v,,, pre-ent. prices of dairy andccinent, M much, in fact, that 'prodnctsare more remunerative than while thoone will decay and become !UYwl llt M'vonty cents per pound. l he most prolltul'lc sneep iiu-Ing mu-t be on cheap land- and where This was all dono in oijo day the killing, valuation nnd payment. fin.f . r .. l.-i. n i . t .. 11. i, u n.nlr,i,, ,. nnflnv f..r f..i,i.tiifr ' "'S IS Wlllll WO Hill COmillClltiamO enough to buy two or three farm-, Promptness. anil an annual expen-e to keej. those ' , A fan,'t,r Hvlnj,' near ainr Ion Sta- r..ii..i.win. .m..M.ri. ni,m,a.,i.,.,. .r,w.,i tlon had u culf killed by tho cars x..!...-..!.,...'..,.. ........ ., .i ..--.a ii'de-s in a few year-, tho others would stand fur age a dlffcrenco that might ei.-ily iiillurmc tho I.e glhlaturo in awarding It to the ..; rtl bidder. Hut are wo enlnir to lmvn lhe locks con-trticted mcorillng to con- l,rNt-''1 to o the present excitement tract V Are tho builders going to grain abounds. Wool can probably be produced as cheaply In many parts of Oregon as In any part of the I ulted State-, and yet wo will not be Mir- furin every year. Xow we don't think this is right. The prairie farm er who has no timber, and no -tock at conic month- ago. The railroad em ployees them-elves valued the calf at $20. A claim was sent to the otl.ee large probably, has to j,,,,,,. at Portland for the amount, and after and haul rails at great oxpon-o, to some delay the farmer received word ii-e ttont , iron wn miu'iit .' Wo un derstand that they are not ! Wo learn that they have already con tracted font large amount of lumber to be u-eil in tho construction of these work, by which between i7o.XH)uiitl jioil.ooo will I in tuml by the company J This Is according to our Information, and if It be true, tho "stone, lion and cement " dodgoj falls to the ground, and -o far as the )H'ople are concerned, the canal and carry ihe production beyond tho llv- ing point, for the owner of the (locks at Ica-t. Willi an experience which ought not to have faded from the memory of a majority of the farmers through out the country, and which will al ways be remembered with anything but pleasing lecollectlons by many, the s,ioep excitement ought not at this time to mislead farmers to their damage and ruin. Where circum stances and conditions are favorable .111.1 .1.1111 l.lll-.ll JjH.Hl V.j.UH-V, HI , roneoagalustthostoekorthonmnwho! 1,wt t,lc "'lany would pay him lives In the timber, and who has pK,,, 10 for tho calf. Tho farmer slgnitled y of timber on Ills own laud, cheap. '""g"cssioaccepiuiaiamoum, mil ea-y of acce-, with which he ' ,mt t hist accounts tho $10 had not night fence hi- .-tod:. i 1,oc" PaItl 'rM wlint we call It is not only the great expen-e of. fencing and keeping up the-e fence-, I that is to be complained of, but then j it is not right for one man to pu-ttiro his stock on another man's laud. In a country like the Willamette val ley, where the whole country Is tak en up and owned by -omobotly, no man can turn his -tock loo-o without pasturing tliem ton greaterorle ex teuton tlielandsofauotlier. Itl-le-s swlndlln Six months from this time, horses killed at Kugeno will not bo paid for ' any sooner than ealveH are now paid for at Marion. Ill-honest railroad managers do more to discourage mil , roads by bring them into bail repute In tho communities through which i they pa--, than all other agencies i combined. The people should insM ' that the railroad bo fenced. The be bought and to vote for none who were not pledged to .stand fast for the rights of tho people as against tills monoiioly. This is the extent of our political meddling1, anil wo have tho con-olatlon of knowlnc- that through tho efforts of tho Rvi:- mkh the head of more than one of the political prostitutes who havo disgraced our legislative halls and .State has rolled from tho block Into the dust. Tho counsel which we have given Interferes with no party, and violates tho political feelings of no hone-t voter, and would ultimate ly build ui) political parties to a higher moral stand-point. This Is the third tinio that n party In the interest or Mr. Holladay has endeavored to draw the Fakjiiui squarely into a politkul light, and, as on tho two preceding occasions, we shall refuse to fstcp Into tho pit prepared for our reception. Wo havo never abused or vilified Mr. Holladay. In tho discussion of this nucstion, wo have been as tem perate In our expressions concerning Mr. Holladay ns possible, anil cer tainly much more so than havo been his tools toward us. Xclthor lmvn oxpeno to fence the pa-ture I'. "I't' ..... iihiiii.ii. tin., inn. ii mm I... .... v.i'i:ii-u in ii-iiiv niv I'ii-iuiL limn ... r .... .1 i tm .. locks might as well bo constructed f ; 'cop huskindry, more at en ion -1)) fMCJJ U(, , klh ,,,, f fence tl e road If the mud and fir bru-h. There will , " will mi(!oul,.e(lly bo paid to t tlian nrt, ,olMnu?lo,, on ,ImilIllt , tlltf woul furnish the material, but a few years dlllcrence In dura- i m" r"r,M"T ,ywir " ll0. 1US. NN ! loo -tock at large. The Kinds of , "" . "'7 billty between such works and those that are being constructed. have renew I .... 1..I ...1 1 ..... v ..-.. ..hk iui.iui.ni- u.iM-eii, ii.i.i now ,.... ... Hll, lwl,, 1r ,,, ,,.,.,. the Migge-tlon, that every ,,.., ,,, 111)llK. .,, fllll,.1-,ti.'. .'. ' II V ... ' w iiv i nr Cifi.i.v.. .il..K .....vllL.l.l.. I....... .. ... "" " " ,,,v " Inthonamoorthetircat l-temal, ".' ""?" ' ' ' ' t'1' " restrain them on their own can wo not havo -omo honesty In .' .' ., u"""'"Jf """ " '""" pasture-, and not to the grain tleld- t u ml hoolety informs thU State V Are the people m many !'"""" mv'ii" ' which would disturb no one V Itap- cordance with tho In hewers of wood and drawer-of wa- , ' " "'"" i1"- '"g pears to us, and to many farmers we , the Hoard of Manager: l. Iil.toil.! li.im in. if.,Iii I. . ii.,.1, ... I'l'A.lll lu,l lilllll. r Ill-Ill I.IIKU l,...i (..lb... 1 .i.lll. (!... tl.l. I.I I... IIMI'V IlllWitlnir. Dili ..., I'...... ...... ........ 11 lll'llt lift 1111111.1 11'.. .-I.... ..f ......(.l 1 .. --1...1 ... ..... than ' , "I'l'1'-1) " "v giaii ; we criticized his charges for passon- company j ger travel, because wo havo always (considered them reasonable when 1 COtlll.arcd With rates Hinrcnrl Imfi..-.. Inuirou'iiicnts on the Pair OroumN. ' the railroad was built. Mr. Ilollndav A member of the Kxeeutive Com-! "" everybody else knows that the mltteo of the Oregon State Agrlcul- pa-senger travel on his road depends us that in ac-.(m " to charged If high, but struction- of,owwl,rnvcl; iriow, the number i at their Jan- wl" ',0 large. Common sen-o rogu- ii.iiiiiitWi.i.1 i. ...... lates tlin iinfi-enm-ii. f.irlcr imi n.ninn .,,..., ,. ....i . .. iu.1. ... . v iiiiiiv.i ii mi, turn mi-, iiuuiti ou , ' .......b, ...x. iviiiiuiiivv iuii.'i "o-- ......, .. i..iiiiii.v thi) low bloated laaion! that hover r , . ', "'.,,, , . i',,,,l,,u; ; a natural and Just regulation at this commenced improvements on the I controls the regulation ortho freight over them, vultuie like, and swoop "". ", ,, ' I" V ' " - i-i '.' ; time. When the country was uew,1,lllr '-rounds, preparatory to the down ii-h-ii their prey when they .... 1 , , ..?' ...t ,! mw,t,,,a"iUinl butllttleof the land claimed and annual Fair of lf-72. The mile track i-co a fin tune at a -.Ingle gra-p V Are I ' .;,,.,,.,,, " . T ' I hlko" "' nml thnltfr not -.o valuable, "as been changed so as to run east the neon e cieated lor noli k'lier nitr- jki-o than to labor from one year' end to another for enough to pay taxes to enrich thee vlituous rob- Iits'. t'.iu a low .-anctlinoiilou scouuiireis engrait them-eive- uiyfi tarltr on produce, becau-o tho sliln- ment of produco is a ticcwilt with the filmier, wlillo (im,..,ii,,,. i., .,. . I.... .1.1.. I. ... . . ....I H.V I.. l.. .... i. !, linn iniiirvt llijl l Mllllltou', . ... h. .. tw .13 .w lunviisi -i " .....v...ni i.i 1IU1 , .mi chicken-, anil tho ins ances are(U W)ll, ,wvp ,)001l a ,,,.,,,,, (o and we-t, which removes It, at the r, ir to, only to a very limited ex- 1 ". , , ;, lence uio mock ironi all tlie public "care-i poiui, some innio hundred i "-'" sheep will not pay for tho care and ,,;,s(uniKt,. And so It would be now yrils from the pavilion. Tho land i The column, of tho Fami:u are leyd no win remurc. ,n intern Oregon, and other part- purcha-ed of Mr. Itolly has beenl,e to the discussion of all i-.ue.s- " of tho State; but the ipic-tlon 1-, enclo-ed, by moving the north lino of itl"s of Interest to tlio people. All wo a-k Is that articles bo u-i-IHaii free from slang and abuse, and that correspondents have a greater rogard 'riu: JlitlMlri ir Tuesday, In reply , would It not be a mea-uro of prntec- reuco and adding new fencing on our Legislature, buy vote- enough to our roiUe-t that Mr. Holladay j tlon to the grain growing regions, if each end, which Increases the ground to give them-elves a coutractv th unequivocally reiract tlieiiamaglug the iiiametto valley? wiiiiin the encIoMiro mmiio thirtvnr the State, and then fulllll that con- islander put forth In that sheet of the. The States In tho Kast are now forty acre-. This ground, as weil as for the truth than for carrying a par tract to Just the extent they wl-h, j week previous, contains tho follow-' taking action on this uue-tlon, and ' within the now mile track, is now1 ll'H,lir Pol,,t- ir Mr. Johns wishes ami no furt her V : Ing paragraph : vu, t.au attention to It now so that hl,1KP"t '"order for -ceding to tlm-l to argue in favorof the establishment Weaie In fuMir of the st..teowu-; " ""t as to taking back auih!ng of rarniersmavdl-cu-s it before tho-lt- othy In (he fall. The coiuinlttce feel of !l monopoly in the Willamette Ing the canal anil lock-. If tho con-! m"'vou inV"f Mwltl&ViM the next legl-lature, and In- fonllileiit tlint tho Society can pro-' valley, and a perpetuation of that tractors have well and faithfully per-' ,. mo not on It. Ifyou aro-aiul you' i struct their ropro-ontatlvoaccordlng- mK' from their own lands sulllcient , monopoly, the columns or the paper formed their work, they -huuld be I mviii to bc-plth In.' We will, if that , ly. And In order to give tho fullest ay for nil tho u-es of the Fair, be-1 "re open to him, provided ho will reimbursed for all their -mkiu1U I V" ".V.'.'.-YV". "I,!"V.,,,.,.!.'.i,.,0h,!.a.l'.K . Inforinatlou on the -ublect. nn.l -.. -hle miite a -urplus for -ale either conform to tho above reoulroniont-. . . . . .. - .. ' . IH I' I If II I 1 1 11' it I 111 Il'lIii'L V Il.'ll 1'VIT Wf ---? . . .... '. . .. " lure-, nut 11 they shall Tall -hurt one ,Xl. jiiil.-u., t., vour connncuila- '"re the attention and view- of all Jot or tittle of tho condition of "the ; tlon." farniei- intere-ted, we hereto up- liind," the Mate .should take charge ' We do nut object to coinnicnda- pond the "Stock Law" recentlv or tho Improvements, and pay the tlon, and the littlltttii need not Iron- pa-ed by the legl-lature of the Mate contractors only what the work Is, hie It-elf In letr.ictlng in that re- ofllllnol'.. iiwin 10 me Mine, u mull with -peei. .cmior no we union lo (j,.,.rm.. i u'iviiI now. In - f .... -7 ...v.. ..... I havo to Ik rebuilt, and tho rebuild- j one Intended to Injure our bu-luo: nig men win cause ion times as i microti mr no oiner purim-e He It enacted by the live years they will . ceii-ure, but we fo object to a linl people of the State of llliiiol-, Tepre- semen in mo iieiier.il As-emblv That It .-hull be unlawful for theown 01 any domestic Dororo or after that time, ns the con-'Ami we wish him to understand dition of the market shall warrant, 1 thi-, that we are re.ionslblo only for thereby receiving a hand-omo rev-lw,,at ire say not for what other pa enue from the land which has here- Prs or other parties may -ay. tofore been only a tax upon the So- - -t'loty. , Hni" Willi...,, -n-ii . i Many rea-on- might be given for, in hop culture in the southwestern ' ,"i'l"ow;of,,otrai fnj Its old portion or this county, informs us -w.,,,v,,,, w iit UI'I'IVML'Jl III IIII TIIMT flwt much lo-s to -hipping and other In-, Ami for the se0OIU, ,,,, ,a , lhlll, wo tf 1, Viiule "iT iv.t e "" romlorc,(l U 'l".lo . was never better than at prS-en t.- terests as if coii-tructed luvording to demand of Mr. Holladay that here- -,cop, goat or hog, to -utl'er the -ame u kopl' ortIor) M) that committee- Tho vleld from his crop thlsseim-N contract now. tract thoa--ertions to which we have to run at largo in any county in thi- 'onld tran-act their buiie.--, and will not full short of moon ,w.i,n!i m .1 ,i ,. . olloctol. It will be much easier for ;. n.;r iTio llr-t ,1av of .Vtober, ha- added confusion in overv branch lions nl-el l,v Mr vS T1 Aumvmi.-llon. Ocoigc 11. W- i,lni to i.mln u reiiiietl.m .n.l ..-. s'lghteen hundred and -evemy-two, of tho Pair -ive the h.i -c . I ' , , ,J T, . elN lat Jcar lluiiih, Aiiomev Ocucral of lb.- I'ul- . " V, V ., runution and u- to 0V(.tJlt W imill .)rovIlllS,f JV....! .!. 5.'. '! i-, X .' . .0l M't'ed. , compared with the finest California tul Studs, has luu'liul Oregon, coin ing nvcrlttiiil fmm Sun rninclscn. He In now in the Southern pail of the State, ilctiiliteu by hutni. niatlcis. Ills fili'ilil- at the ililUieut phuvs in the Wllliiuielle valley are pteiuirlng to jslvo him a rtvepilou due lo ihe ilMlnmil-lml stii.ii lu kiiii!is republish it, than for him to defend and ii- to pro-cento a law-ult. The dlleinnu Is presented, and Mr. Hol laday can take hold of whichever horn ho thinks best. One he must take. Hi: mi the new advertisement. ... v, ...., in.. .,, l,,1. , . .,. ,-.......,. ;sw.i Any owner or owners vio- y" '"i", .., wiuoeiarie- hops In the San 1-Yanci-co market. I.IIIIIL on the i lino liliir.i ........ ..in ivii iiuii.us, mr e.icn aim ,, , , ""' v unuv-niuro i.irmers would engaeo OVerv OtlCllsO. to t in raminiin clmi.l COMIhlltll. as thev lmvn lionn In ivlL I.. u. i... !..- . . . b tfundortl.tmen-)ii ,,.,..... ....i ' T " "' r "" .' ""' ,,u Miie-s lie is in, as -Jin, ! MM... ....!... 1 i , , .'ill l.lll OI11UV 111 I IIIU ill- ; -nuuu iim 01 mis aei. -.'lnii. " ! " iiuiiu-i oniire :iiiiih.i ' iinn.,.i..i...i... .... i.. .... .. . .. conviction before anv l.ii.. , r of ,l..-t. fl.,.i ,i,n i " ... V "."'V . "v" .'v """ ""' spirits, iH-iu-e hnvliur liirlsiHetf. i". mv , . .... .": " : ..""" ""-? " "'L''r products command .sixty not less than three dollar, nor " .' J , w V1" "Uls 0 "l1 nt wnts per ikiiiimI. Mr. Wells says ho ii.. in ..,.,. i. ,ii... r. i. ... uiu iiiimiui exiiiiiitinn i.- ...i .., ...i.i.. . Ki. :!. The enuuty clerk dlversitled farming will nliwiv i, . ir.iciion-orijieliilr.undlsturl- It'll by -ucce ful.