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Salem, Saturday, April 25, 1874.
ll'MNKSS MATTKK8 OF THK CB15QK.
MOOL-uitABING AND PACKING.
Tho advertisement of tho business of
(lio wool-grading and packing liouso
lately established at Portland, of which
Mr. S. A. Seymour Ih ninnngcr, will bo
found In our cohmiiiH, mid our readers
engaged in tho wool-growing business
will rocognl.o it u.s ono of tho most
necessary enterprises for their success,
and to make the excellence of Oregon
wools known to manufacturers. .Step
by .step we are becoming emancipated
from the mercantile and commercial
supremacy which California has ho long
exercised over us. Hereafter, our
products will go to the world's markets
direct from the Columbia river, and
bear tho stamp of Oregon lust'nd of
the brand of California, n matter we
may well bo proud of and take sotno
pains to consummate.
..Mr. Seymour Informs us that the
company or which he Is agent (wo
Him that it is composed of responsible
The Patrons of Husbandry have ft'
very cillclcnt agent at Portland in the
pen-on of A. J. Dufur, whose energy
and business tact are all required to All
the duties of the position. The busi
ness lias so increased that he has leasod
one of the .stores In the new block erect
ed on tho levee by II. "Vy. C'orbctt and
others, i.Vix80 feet, with an excellent
cellar underneath and an Immense
wnrehouso Immediately in tho rear
abovo tho wharf, whoro 'merehnndlso
can be loaded nud unloaded, or, if nec
essary, stored at tho low price of 25 cts.
per ton per mouth. This storo is rent
ed for tho purpose of a depot for
purchase of supplies and sale of pro
duce for the farmers who nro members
of the Order. A general merchandising
business is not intended, but orders for
machinery and .staple goods will be
filled from them, and home products
will be thero received and stored until
sold or .shipped.
Mr. Dufur will soon go Kast on busi
ness connected with the Interests of tho
Order and be absent for awhllo, during
which (lino Mr. Matlock of Clackamas
will act in his place, and Mr. Dufur'.s
.son, from tho Dalles, act us book-keeper
and accountant. They will both be re-
I I I I lJWl i r ikulli.i.wil liiintimr ;. .T 11... ..
business men) have made all needed J,J " ,V r T "U8""s" U4 1 ,u "-
' I 11. All I infill ia ttnti twifiti iiw fiMt
7 - us iivii I'biiuiuiiiiK tun
arduous hilor.s, nnd he seems to have
arrangements at Portland, and have
now on tho way from Now York an
experienced wool-grader, who has had
a long service in the business, connect
d with one of the most extensive
wool-grading houses in (hat city, and
lully recommended by that house
Wools will be carefully sorted nud gra
ded, the refuse and unmarketable
"tags" will bo kept separates and
wools selling In the rough for twenty
three cents per pound will be worth
twenty-seven to thirty cent., while the
callings can bo disposed of to the wool
en mills hero at homo for their full
value, and tho percentage of refuse
is small nt most. The company will
furnish sacking and do this work for a
very reasonable price, and those desir
ing to contract can correspond with (he
manager and so learn all particulars.
He Informs us (hat it alw,iys pays tho
farmer to wash his wool, as It grades
and sells Itelter when In fair condition.
Another year the Company expect to
have arrungeuiunts for washing wool,
and we are satisfied, from the arrange
ments made and the prices talked of,
that wool-producers will not only bo
greatly accommodated, but have no
cause for complaint.
THK TKMPEIUSCK flUKWIK.
THK PBKBIDRNTIAL VETO.
President Grant has returned to (he
Congress of the United States tho Act
recently passed, commonly known as
tho Senate Finance Dill, the purpose of
which was to increase the volumo of
"National currency to satisfy the de
mands of tho West and South. As a
general thing tho Eastern States have
opposed tho increaso or inflation of cur
rency, and the West and South have
favored it. Hanking capital and facili
ties lmvo been, to a great extent, accu
mulated and monopolized by the East
ern States and tho natural feeling there
is to letuiu tho ilnanclol supremacy
they lmvo ncqulrcd. Tho West and
South wants moro banking capital and
more currency, out wiillo those sec
tions advocato tho "inflation" the East
protests that tho result of Inflation will
bo to encourago speculation nnd to pro
duco, as a consequence, want of confi
dence and panic and ruin in commer
cial circles. Tho President and his Cab
inet seem to lmvo carefully considered
tho matter and to have decided with
tho capitalists of tho East that inflation
Is a dungerous alternative. Certain it
Is that thero aro times In each year
when tho business of tho country re
quires nil themonotnry resources It pos
sesses to move tho immense crops nnd
place them In tho world's markets,
while thero nro other seasons when
monoy Is a drug nnd accumulates in
Eastern banks beyond the requirements
for its use.
Wo lmvo been Inclined to think that
money, like all other things should bo
regulated by tho demand, and wo still
Incline to believe that there should be
Fan nnd Draft Hones.
Noting the nvcrngo form nnd work
borne, ono cannot forbear ventilating
some views thereon, in the desire tlmt
some good may come of It.
Tho average horse throughout the
country is tliu production of tho nverngo
farmer. Under this head it is notable
tlintn large proportion of tho marcs em
ployed by farmers for breeding aro utter
ly .insulted to that mirnoc. in how
many Instances It occurs that an animal, i
Mn. EDiToni Pursuant to notice, the citi
zens of Union Hill and vicinity, met at th
school house for the purpose of effecting
Temperance organlmtlon. House was called
to order by O. W. Hunt, exorcises opened by
singing that good old hymn, "Come thou
Fountof every Blessing," followed by prayer.
Geo. Ashby was then chosen temporary
chairman, Jc W. Capps, Secretary, O. W.
Hunt was called upon to dollver a torn per
used up nnd plnyed out either by over- anco lecture, In the courso of which bead-
won;, injury, or ueene, Doing goon lor
nothing else, Is used for breeding! What
sots nt defiance the laws of eternal fitness'.'
The horseman, anxious for business nt
the local hostelry, Inveigles the tanner
verted to many Interesting Incidents oftl
crusade against Kum, now In sweeping
has any man a light to expect who thus . . , Remarks were aU
made by Wiloy Denny, Jno. Grunstreet, Geo.
Ashbv. and others! each gontleman gave
by the very plausible yet mistaken, the- unnilstaknblo ovldeuco that ho was Imbibing
ory, that crossing the thoroughbred trot- iho temperance spirit. Tho "Tomporanco
tor on an Inferior maro will lusuro nil Army" was then sung, after which u pledge
his good nunllties nvul esneclallv to was curled round through tho audience by
offset tho imperfections or the dam in her Miss Usorgliitm Hunt, and slgnetl by im
I().ii ' 1.11IU" IUK VOl suuai mia. ii.uiimu uwii, -.
While We have great respect for (ho
woman's war on whisky, of which we
bear so much, nud which at the pres
eut time arouses so much attention In
Portland, wo cannot refuse to consider
the subject of liquor-selling from a
legal as well iw a moral stand. point.
perfected his system of business ndrul
rably. All purchases uro mado with
bills In duplicate, tho orlglnnls being
filed in Ids ofllcenud the duplicate sent
to the person making tho order. All
transactions can thus bo verified in his
olllce. As the business of tho nircnev
Increases the agent will need thensslst- KOIo wny to expand tho currency, or to
ancoofollleient assistants. J meet the demands of commerce, when
-... I the season Is at hnuil that puts our pro-
TO CUKKKShl.VIIE.NT.S. duets In market. Financial questions
. J present dlillciiltles not ci.llv conipre-
.Jounials like the D.wi.y Ki:coj:i or, bended by thn-c not versed In monetary
the weekly AVii,i,A.ir;m: Faumkii, nitidis, and wo do not pans a hasty Juilg
representing (he producing and labor-1 incut as to the propriety of the I'resI
lug classes of the Kinplre State of thui dent's veto. He seems to have acted
NortbwesI, are in receipt dally or a (with the greatest deliberation, nnd to
large number of communications. have counseled with his ndvl-ers on tho
Kueli one Is carefully read over, nud if matter, anil we need not question the
It pro-cuts any now Ideas that will con- slureilty and honesty of his motives,
vey information or instruction tooim01" ""ae he ut undergo groat eritl
nmiiy readers, we are glad to publish It. lehuu and loss of pergonal popularity at
Thero Is not u farmer In tho Willani-' "-' "csl !outn for vetoing an act
etto valley but that is capable from his ' ,lmt ,,1W ,"'t,,, W) anxiously mid ardently
own experience to advance thoughts I urgwl "1,rt" -Kres by those sections,
that will bo new nud of benefit to oth- "
ers llko themselves engaged hi the Vll WJIK COl'XTl.
growing of emps or the raising or stock. ! Mii. Kimtoii: Ah 1 have been nmangst
hllu we deem It a duty, and consider the jn-oplo of " Old Polk " for a lew days
It u pleasure, to make our Mer (he past, I thought a tow lines might he or
medium through which tho farmers Interest to your readers. To snv the least.
Experle.co proves, if our fanners will u . v, w, -. , ft-V "T
omy uko tne sol -ovuiem aets, as they , y iiaeUel Asfiby, Borona Denny Jewle
are to bo seen all mound us. that tbn !..!".; r Ti. it..... .L..i n...,. "m v
most oblcctlonnblo defects In the confor
niatlon of the average maro lmvo been
incrensed by this crossing with tho so
called thoroughbred trotter usually
"stnudlng" nbout tho country. The
most notablo defects In a very largo pro
portion of these anlmnls nro want of size,
bad proportion of tho limbs, want of
depth of chest, weakness In stltlo Joints,
flatness of the sides, spavin tnnrks and
feebleness of the vital orgnns. With
plenty of spurt and dash, they nro defi
cient In strength, bottom and endur
ance, lumbers of these worthless nul-
V. Hunt. A. W. Denny. II.
Drips, Geo. O. Ashby, J. J.
Philips, W. Capps, G. Ashby, Jeptha Hunt,
Jno. Foredyce, Wallaco Capps, Walter.
Tho following resolutooni vnro thon of
fered by W. Capps, und unanimously adopt
ltecognlitlng tho hand of God In the cru
sade now In progress against that dreaded
monster Intemperance, tliereforo, lie It
Jlcwkal, That our hearts are In accord and
lively sympathy with the movement, mod
those noble christian women who have tb
moral courage to attack the foe, In bis own
or mechanics can Interchange thoughts i there has tieen one-third more grain sown
wo would say to our correspondents than ever before; tho winter being favor
that tho best writer Is onu who can able for breaking sod, many improved
convey Iho clearest thoughts In the the opportunity. The fanners of Polk
shoi test space. Leave out useless words, 'are fast coining to the conclusion that it
that neither beautify nor struugthuu 'lc not pay to have moie laud than can
tho meaning. The corrcxpondent, be- ',u M"ed either for fanning or grazing
foro he (ukos his pen, should Ilrt get a I'Ui'l'ws. I called on Mr. David M.
..i i. .1 ... . if?ttflitl. Hftiiirl.t nll..u ....nil. ..r iv. ti....
Ulvon.hnt lu.emponu.ee Is the muiivo '' .'.-"':: .V'.'.r '", TlV . I . Z T 2
uauine. inieo iinuerMooii, nis next ei- -..... -...v..
fort should be to say what ho has to.sav lUal ' l",v,' M'1'" '" ''hoUlntc. Mr. Otitli
in Iho fewest word.s possible. Write (o I1'1' ,,,,s ilw " " hiewl of
make u itolnt. and. when von have N"l,B,lu "i wn.cu ucserve vpe-
North that his .senium had only one
fault that of being too .short he re
plied that he would have made it
slnirter If he had had more time. Lot
of crime and great social misery, and
that from a mor.il point of view lite
trallle In spirituous liquors Is a great
evil, still wo nro met point-blank by
iho law, which IsMipreme in itself and
knows only what tho statute commands
und has no alternative, which Uw II
I'oiisosund regulates tho saloif spirit
uous liquors and Tor a consideration In
money entails all the ell of lutein
peraiueon tho laud, or at loa-t specu
lates o;i the evil nud prollts by It (o
some eteut. What can tho praying
women do, then, when theo liquor
dealers are IIi'iiimm1 mnl m-.o, ,..(.,.! I..
., , . , . :. .-... .v.. ... !
men- initio ov uic law
Miuli". and of (he Stat
llquor-elllng had not llilssiccllloMiiic.'M,im,,","K,)r " l,1,l,,lc benufactor.
lion of law, tho moral seullment or ..av.,..,. '."... ..-.
redely might ..Heel it mmiu-wIiu!, hut CMTK UThJW: TOXNtdK.
so bug it has all this hxal .sanction the. When u mntland this week we met
liquor trallle can defy moral m-uIIhiciiI, a Mr. Mullock, who visits Oregon on
nud cm wear out (he patience of the tho lurt of 11. A 1. Jobnm. r i.m..
. ... . (.. .. . ! ... I -- .--.T --. ..I...
ini,Miig wumeii oi I'l.iei us iv.uilly as
It has in dm ast withstood the walls of shipment of '.',.'.1X1,000 bu.shols of whwit
ino wiiuiws nun orpnaiisoi its victims,
made It. slop. It minima .nnh.li,,cwinwiM' "c has nought line l.Iooaoc.
to write n short article well than to ;'T wul cru-cjl his bn-ed until he now
present the same thoughts in double "7"' r ,f tl,l nncat klicop that the
the space. When Queen Murv (old Mr
bear (his fact In i farm U well
fetatecau produce, among which nietho
Spanish, French, nud Ainerlcnn fcrlnos,
thorotighhrcil, nnd NewOxfordbhlresaud
Cotswolds thoroughbred. He has uu
OxfoiiUhliv ewe that has wool HJ Inehcs
In Iciisth, and will shear 15 lln. His
nmls ale raised auuuallv. and are to bo i chosou strongholds.
seen all around us. Too light for tho And belt lurthor:
farm work or tho road, they nro market- , VJwotrft, 'that every good citizen and
cd with results which show tbov nro not lovorof tho tomporanco cause should frown
iS wstet sf,ch b'Sys9 as ! anrahoir hu,bRqa' m ,9n,fr?m m,8"7
?nes On the contrary, many very -jd Alld lo' ., ftrthtl. ,
aiiim.iis ar? rp lticvul by tho, farmers, Su-JuJ, 'i'hst Ue deprocato the late JIj-
rroni a cro53 with the iliJl'OUglibrcd trot- graceful action of the Portland Police In
tcr. Put such Is nil exception, nud one, arresting and taking to tho common prison
tnn. ttiL'1i iirnviui Hin vnt.i mi.ilIIo .. 1... ftnmn nf Min Urut u'ninnn III lllilt f'lLv. tllA
credited to tho possession of a thor-' arrest, as appears irom tho published facta
ouglily good mare. I am dealing with ! ,n tuo caso bu'"K biwa U1)0U uo JasUflable
this subject as a farmer, from tho gen- .,"?,m2!";i, .1.,i , , .,!, r,n,nt
oral ntllltv iinlnt of vlmV nmi In vimi i It was thon proposed to unlto liock Point
ir , ,,J , ,,it i ' . i. nd Union Hill districts Into ono organlzi-
2ri.J n01!.1.1 i rl ,n nctu.n,1 vn,M0 tlon, and hold the meeting alternately at
of horse llesh to the farmer; not In a ca-1 Cacu place.
villng spirit, or with any Intention to do-1 a permanent organization was then effnet
preclato the value in tlie senicjs render- r d by electing tho following otllcem: For
ed to nil by the breeder of thoroughbred t Union Hill, President, Mrs. Christina Capps;
trotting stock. t Vlco Presidont, Goo. Ashbv , ror Itoek Point,
A farmer friend who keeps four marcs, ' 1'rosldent, Mrs. G. V. Hunt j Vie Preal
With which ho works his farm, nndid.ont Ooo. Downing; Secretary, William
which nre above the average run of Capps ; Assistant Secretary. G. W. Hum.
farm niares-malnlv because their own- th0 Proceeding?, luc ud ng ltesolutloM,
I II S L i i ' IVi f,y .. i l" :tl a J" O. Mlvncale tor publlcatlou.
gcr,ls"inerclfu to his beast" says: "For . William Cai-i-s. Secretary.
iiine years, iiiiui tins tasc ono, I nave let '
my boys, mostly as an Indneeinent to1 . .... 1 77. .. .
stay at home, have their head In breed-1 1,,OM kaxb.-iah iiatneny, eldest soa
lug our marcs to trotters clnlmini? tn lm ' f Mr. J. N. Mntheny of this city, returned
thbroughbreil In soinu Instances paying yesterday from the Spokane country, where
us ingii us ?,., never less thauL'i, and ho has pasi
n.1ftw1 fh groattnwf nnrflnn et iKa 1aW
once SjHK), in the expectation of getting ! year with Mossors. James Glover and C. F.
i. .'i. .. .Bia-j I Ini? ami trAfln liimlnAM. FIa Mttwifia f u.m
Glover aud Yeaton, and tuelr famlllea well
and in prosperous circumstances. Also
William Smith and George Anderson who
light for farm work, nud although the
one exception brought SKOO, yet In the
main the business resulted in loss. On
the other hand, had wo bred our good , are farming It about forty miles from Spo
mrm marcs toelthcru Norman or f! vi H.i, ...... T. .... .. . vT
dale stallion, we should have pnufueed , , ' . 7 . . K , 'Da M
fifteen span of real good farm work burs-' rcady "vo ,n nomo twenly-llvo acre or
cs, which would readily sell at from $iK) n,ora ot Bran this season. These gentlemen
to $son the indr; or to a thorough race, have a couple 'of as fine farms as can.
sure to produce good roadsters, with n be found anywhere, and have them both
'fair chance' Targeting something rast. partially Improved. HesUrtodfbr home a
JMtartftH oiJsBs,i.5iV!i,,fl!!S rkr Jts,,,nday' tho i2th ,nst-anTth:
Is tho experience or ono cntlielv conipu- ""entlon was when ho left to start up the
tent to Judge, and whine opinion Is ofi srtw-u'1" 'Mt Monday ror tho season's run.
value. Hit name would bo given, aud The past winter, on Hpokano river, waa
Is well known to many readers or this harder than tho precious ore, though not
tmi.nt lull- ni lm lu ii ittM.l.it. !.... .. .. " ""'
' ': . :.....".: ,"":,"'ni "V" '""- "i i vory severo. Tho deenost snow which tiwur
all ambltloiiM to rush into nrlnt. In nt.
our (ruder is not for tho farmer: he Is
an expensive luxury to bo produced by
the wealthy hinder, who, liulltlcrent to
profit, caivs only (o liululgo bis (u(es,
gratify pride, by making a nr.ui; among
had at any tlmo was ten Inches, and that
laid on tho ground but a short time. Som
stock died there, howover. On Snake rlrer,
ono hundrod miles this side of Spokane fall,
tho winter was vory mild Indeed, and stock
wiutvmiweuwjtnoutbelPjjrea. at al), On
o hundred head of
Matheny Las, on Snalttf
.-sooner or liner the courts tuii-t come
to the recuo of (he saloons, and pro
hibit tho praycr.s and psiluis which
Intel foio with (ho pm-ociKlou of u
trade which pays more liberally than
tiny other for the law's .-.uicthni of Its
The tendency or the entitle will be
to iuihi-io a moral .sontlment ou the
teniperancu question which will do
uiaud legMallon to ollVct reform. If
thomor.il ,-eiitlniont can lie cultivated
n.i.ivu.iimii-111". near uus iiu-r in i r.,r, u .....n sH.,,1,.,1 .....l ,i,.,.t...i r..
.i. ...... .i...i i....... i,.i . . " - "
""" i"'' ieuei oeiore mil n noil s i.. ;-r,i -!, II,. I..,. -I.,..
they send them to be printed, lu thi.s' taken urcat Interest In intniiln. - n....
ws of the liilleil)rilst "Kt n, "Hvlduul who can say bive.N of ehlekens, kiidi as limr Cochins,
te of Oregon '.' If ,,u' ,H'',t things lu the shortest .space, Is Light llr.uuahs, Silver Dorkings, ?
and the neighbors "w the point," nnd
the old stock of chickens will soon lm
litilo. Mr. (iutluie deserves civdlt for
Ms enterprise lu Introducing good stock
Into Poll;. He always drives good hors
es, aud niio in ic jiltum. I rorot to
don, with prowls to contract for the' "l ," .,' V.: ',"!". 7 VT M'
ii 1... I .1 i "1 "" "i hu iniuvi I I'll' NW,
X'O bushels ol whwit u ...m i... .,
to KnmiM.im m.i-ls. ,.t ...,.t ,,..., .,""."'". l"'l"lL1' "l '" fining
be so d mi uccount or the shippers by ' Tll0 0otlll Tem ,nrH B1 lMmlMpIonil llf
suld tlrlu, and hey to advance eighty ,,,c nlH Cross will hold wveral picnics
percent, ot value or cargo and charge ,,cxt mouth In Polk. Politics are "all
i -v nt'i- I'i'iii iiiuinur fiii tt'iiiitv itiifii iw ii . ....
I .! --"""-'" -...... ii- me n.go " at present, especially by tlue
miu out oi sues. o aro Iiiformwl who have nothing to do but dUeus the
that two large ships will be liniiiiHlNti'- chanees of the ditlervut tickets In the
ly furnished, under charter from San' field. The K.itMi:it Is well liked lu this
Francisco, to carry away wheat now in !cctlou, and a good agent could increaso
the country, and abundant tonnage- your subscription list materially,
will bo forthcoming next fall to re-. Tji.vvi:u:k.
move the next coming crop. Mr. Mul-1 1all",i' A"rll . HTI,
ItK'U uxpre.ssos tho opinion
fast nieiiof rnshlon, while, as a m.iltercf ' -,t i,. i ,
buslncs-, It Is not tutted ( the runner, of bat ' f' rly tn
us i.!ii..M4.riii irniiiiii. Ami i...i, 1.....1 ' i came winch Mr. Mniiir
re.tilres the inanlpulatlou or a profes-l rivor ho ot but ono old cow, during the
senalj not a healthy, moral calling ror entlrO winter. Tho season was woll advanced
ll .1.,.,.,.tra.t'".LTor ' " l,?y- ,,'".,ers there when bee came awav.tho !S
waiil to ndniit dli" el le'S -V "owers inl
They know It U m, but, like buying n a"'1 ,Uo P,0l,e:U for lho Summer were ex
lottery ticket, every ono expects and'co"n,u Ho '"'ends to remsln in Salem tbla
hopes lie will draw the prize, und thu ! Summer, aud will start tosohool la a short
very next mnl the old mare drop, will lie ' time.
a Kansas Smuggler, or at least a Nettie! . w. . -
Morris. . u TuuSr.vTi: CAciror..-Workon the new
OVV, IIS the average rannnr. mul Ij II... SttttO Ilouso nraarana u-nll .l.i ..i
iiiutii r.ll,ii.. Im fti, .I.i.i. "V. '"". ".'"" I .... ... ' " u" l"es06
" - - ...ailing mil1
uie (.inuiuy in inrg:
'i-mii to "". v-riuiiiers aro ousv nulling In ih.
C.WOlllilit UOt be btfst. l.Uts anil Hmlw.r-,,,,,! .1.. ",.. "...
most proil able, most economical to turn ..... . -" wuhmu ciick or
over.! new leaf, as ,llv fB Ita I "J Dn" k' ! ,,me wlth the CV of
the last year, and will do in tlu tut ire- . ort- Hie wall of the northern wine .
10 iuve.1 the i..rni mares to either a true n,1"S level with therestof thebulldlnr
Norman. 1 ercherim or Clvdesdalo stal- "d the lower story will eoon be walled In
! "," ' ,, !,lll',eP1V,,y W,1 ,,on ot 'vylron lintel, are now bihvS
... " ..'.!. ' lW n'" secure overtheo,H.nl..K, in tho lowr JJ-
"' -v - ii i i in nil iiviiii nmi 1 1 . f
Is theie any doubt that for these purno
cs the Indispensable i-i.rniir... ..., ,.'..
tlie proportions vigor, strengtlt aud gen
oral qualities or the heavy horse to breed
man irom the lij;ht and
that work on that part of the building doe
not show much at present. Whan u . ii.t
around on whattbe Uullttm calls "the chain
gang" wo fouud many mechanics at work
"uu .. uuiuoereu among our old clttxes
that a ralr.
so as hi control the community; ira price might De anticipated Tor our coin-; The CommrrWt Jlemhl of the 17th
revolution can be effected in the minds, ' surplus " "ws from foreign Inst s.,ys; "'niero is at present in tlu
of the people which shall demand sueh ' wheat-growing countries h not very ' harbor of S.n Kranee u steady ton
lofurin in legislation j (hen something favoniblo. Ono fenturo or this busl- 'nagenceuinulatln-, and It Is more than
may be aciomp'.lshed, but usn general ' ill bo the loading of all vestN , lb.iblo (hat most of the A 1 .ships now
nilev.e must isnnedo that unless the at tho mouth of tho Columbia river, ns' tiiewaiul to arrive, within the next sixty
mass oi" thecoiitinuliltycauboiiiadeto.die proitosil Is to furnish larsro .shlo., lAy wl" w, ,luJ appoawuec ot-the
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o.u. lo secn.vil tixmi au I runeUeo to
lavorim iilea ll rwillumlon is an Im-
pos.lbljlty. Public soiitlmcnt Is ) ma(
t M-of cdiiitloii. mid t,lijs c"-uutv- mav
nud not to have them iisveml tho river.
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till 1 llllllf'l ' , .,.,.. " " w,x VHUOH
A clever writer In Pull's t ir.. ,....,. , i nd.e ra,aw Inf"-ed from their commt
quote from memory,, "The male. anVirl00 , . P"!1-ud " stylo that they didn't
dld man who visits the work on the Stat
House must confess tliat no news,
ould be vented on the worktneB.
right to decent irmim... ... "
i'illlamsspokoatI.arvwi. .' L.
t . . .. '"! mo Ulflir
good half-bred ..?.'." " his west side "udlenee that
il ... '." " " "v 'nucountenutt
of what i iwmi it lirolll:t?;::t
somet nies It may occur, nu.l 'veubo
lies rable, to sehvt an animal of l,.i
which Is an exaggeration n to sUe. and who ha
vella"utii v ',,7rU!i"ri "f MS
weitasutllltv. lithe rainier Is ambi- i ,
tlous, and owns a reallv ,m, uff ' lly. he
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cer-thowugh- "'""ad1 tho say so, the State Capital walha
He-work the be covered with a hoard ?JZ
s.u-voas nu oduej.tor, and th
lime, jtjiIiu'o Hi ctlats,
Iter. 8. C. Adams of tl.H city will, iellvtr J.lwrjwol with dlsp-.teh n C'J H. but 1 about.. Dr. P. purehised 1 V v
a :Muraou Anc:nl r.ml MoJcni HUtory," , thtro U now Muy litilo .ulT w bo .uur- noy a Tr or y t L ,'
iH-M rwwday wvnteBl Mnscnts Hall in .Uclo.l.tlocUsof biBaOstaa Well nigh 0S eu'.:iv.:ion and In crop an d tl fJl
lyrtMna' I liatutd. IUtnKUi.Bioa the place.
imii-, uivi-u ufr to a n.c
urvsi, uean gsune, do or
niaru ii.ooer.ueiv, not
i i io cone,
Paiki Sou..-The suty acres of land ibur tlV , , "' llu" ,l,e-v W0l,la ok. Apart
;7:,v- .;.: ,..".MLewv sw ? r. rw l::' l. :.r.,B pnttimew.
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... .. . ,.. ., ,r Jrifjrlti hm vMV4 tlikUl, UllL 11 n
Mr. Plckey for fa " WWIc weU iWmed of
P. pun-hased If of J. N.Math- UQ l,rosrt,Hor,ho work.
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