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Death in the Tosemite Valley.
We take tbe following Interesting letter
Irom the Sacramento Union of late date. Mr.
Xiamon was here a few months since, visit
ins his relative, the families of onr fellow
citizens J. H. and I. R, Moore:). The letter
is written by a talented lady at present visit
ing the Yosemite Valley:
Yosemite, May 24, 1874.
A riOKEER'S DEATH.
J. O. Lamon died at his residence in Yost
mice Valley on Saturday, May 22.1, aged 58.
He was a native of Virginia, and came to
California In 1849, where be has indomitably
battled for progress a man of in
dustry iutegrlty and strength of purpose.
He and Hutcbins were the original pro-em p
tore of land iu the valley since made fa
mous as the II utchlngs and Ltnion claims.
He was oue of tbe most interesting histori
cal characters of the pl-co. lie settled haro
sixteen years ago, and has even wintered
here ten timeR; and once (winter ol 1802-'t)3)
all alone, not speaking to a hutunn being fur
months. As the season wax clonics what
was his astonishment on suddenly behold
ing two men approach his lonely cabin.
Their mission wassnn told.
An Indian ontslde had been found in pos
session of a gold watch. It was at once be
lieved that Mr. Lamon had been murdered
by the savages and his watch stolen. So
from Mariposa these two men had been dis
patched with orders to, If possible, enter tbe
vaney ana ascertain me raoxi.
The beauty of hiH wonderful home is
world-famous. Glacial Rock rles 3,300 feet
as a southern boundary, tbe North Dome,
nearly 4,000 feet, as tbe northern, the sun
rising over f he South Dome of 0,000 feet to
bine upon it, while the Merced river, that
has dropped nearly 3,000 feet from the outer
world, winds about bis picturesque grounds.
TUB SUMMER CABIN
Is of rough logs, dirt floor and no windows,
and contains a granite fire pinna, a ootj-table,
cupboard, bearskins, etc. Here be would
hospitably entertain his guests, repeat the
Indian legends and narrate bis ibrllllng ex
periences of pioneering through the mow
fields of the Sierras, encounters with glz
zlies and tbe dismal winter, with no voice
more frlendlv than the thundering of the
falling precipice, the tumbling of ice-bowlders,
the plunging and war of the mighty
waters, the crash of timber and the coming
of tbe storm through the gateway of the yal-
One ol the finest orchards and berry-patches
In te world Is very near this ctMn, planted
and carefully kept by himself. Whether all
abloom and glowing like a great boquet as
you look dowu from the peaks, or drooping
with tbe most lusvlous -iruit ns ynu walk
through Its paths, it will over spunk of the
onterprli'e,ta'ti and patience of Its proprietor.
His winter hom, over tbe magnificent river,
where tbe sunlight gilds it for a few hours of
tbe day,leavlng the other in shade and fcloom,
Is charmingly situated in a lovely grove,
where the wild rose perfumes tbe air and tho
falling waters come in lulllngt-adences to the
ear. Beyond this, up the cnon, is Mirror
Lnke. His heart was full of lovo for bis fel
low rmen and love tor bis rouiauilc bonis.
When his spirit, that hnfl lived so near its
God, passed away, we to whom ho had long
been endeared Htid: "Bary him in Hie valley
of bis choice, that bis energy has helped to
open to the world." We went to him; ho
know ns and talked pleasantly ns ho lay dy
ing. Itrave and hopeful in all the trials of
life, bravely aud trustingly ho awaited tho
IT WAS A riTTISa DAY,
And tlmeuud pUco for bis bun.il Ilm c.b
bath. The alley like a great cathedral, tbe
azure heayons its roof, the rockH, green turf,
silvery streams and piuo cones its floor of
mosaics; the oolosal trees its pillars, the
mighty falls the ct-asele, organ tnnnci, tbj
hvmus through the pines tho choral voices.
We went up tho river banks mid culled a
basnet full ot sweet, wbIM fizlias and nudu
a wreath and a crn-s to place, on tbecoflin It
was an Imposing soeue a prowssloii of over
hundred people, gathered from all lands,
winding up to the new-made grave under
tue oan iy tue miming wall. The sun drop
;ped near tbe cliffs, and cast a long shadow
down tbe Glacial Ruck and over his old
borne, like a spirit of sadness, as we moved
from tbe door. Cloud's Rest and Mount
fotarr King with their crowns of snow, and
Xbe Soutli Dome with benignant, prlnsily
lace, and the gray r,M Sentinel, looked down
s if with some purpose of svmpath vand sor
row at tbe loss of a frleud who had so long
and so lovingly held communion with them.
BESTINO BY THE OH EAT FALL.
Two clenrvmen read the beautiful service
as be wss laid to rest. The great fall nesr hy
swayed in deep nbsdow. as if putting on
mourning, and Intonated with grand and
Shelley may have climbed up the side of
tbe Alps and written himself an atheist; but
to ua, on tbe Yoarmlte walls, was written the
auioprapn or toe Most liign; aud surely any
eoul before dead to tbe m?letv of His crMt.
sea and love, was at this impressive hour
loown iroin me rrrters or darkness and forced,
to exclaim, "My Lord and my God !''
SORVETIKO THE RIVER OBSTRUCTIONS
Tbt Bulletin says Oen. Micbler, of the En
gineer Corps, started upon a tour on tbe Up
per Willamette yctfcday morning, Hlsi
il.it will tv expended tlirctigh prubdhly the
grater portion of the week. Ill oUerviy
fjons win be of much Interest as tbpvwlll
embracorecommendiliprs toward the,an -
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. nbitawKn ar,i: yriMBD
A Four-Page Supplement with the Farmer this Week.
Deeds to State Lands.
We learn from Col. T. H. Cann, Agent of
State Land Commissioners, that the follow
ing deeds have been Issued by the Board:
John Mesick n e quar sec 36, 1 2 s, r 1 w,
ICO acres; Washington county.
Thom-is Judkin n half and s e quar eec 30,
1 18 s, r 4 w, 480 acres; Lane county.
J R Harvey n w quar sec 36, 1 2 s, r 1 w, 40
acres; Polk county.
S Frobman n w quar soo 30, 1 2 s, r I w, 10
acres; Washington county.
J A naines, 301 80 ncres; Curry county.
II H Luso 0.75 acres in Ccos county tldo
lands; Coos county.
ThomasgCoats fcO acres s half s o quar sec
30, t 28 8, r 7 w; Douglas county.
Stephen Stukel and A H Miller 2S0 acres;
Peter J Wiser, lot 2, sec 11, 1 3 s, r 4 w, 25
acres; Yamhill county.
J C LaskeyflO acres University land, s e
quar of n e quar stc 1, t 10 b, r 4 w; Linn
Agnatz Frohman w half s w quar sec 30,
t 2 s, r 1 w, 80 acres; Washington county.
Daniel Bringle e half n e quar soo 10, t 13
s. r J w, 80 acres; Linn county.
J C Landingbam s w quar of s w qnar sec
2, 1 4 s, r 5 w, 40 acres; Yamhill county.
A J Richardson, lots 2, 3 and 4, sec 0, 1 13 s,
r2w, 82.04 aoies; Linn county.
Daniel Bringle,-e half s e quar, see 16, t 13
s, r3 w, 80 acres; Linn county.
Geo W Covey 80 acres, sec 16, 1 2 s, r 13 e;
E W Sprague 51.100 acres, tide lands in
Coos county, seo 20, 1 25 s, r 13 w.
Daniel Bringle w half n o quar, seo 16, 1 13
s, r 3 w, 80 acres; Linn county.
B B Jones, 18 26 acres tide lands on Isth
mus Slough; Coos county.
A Wolf e half s w quar, ofs e quar, sec 16,
1 9 s, r 4 w, 20 acres; Polk county.
Eeturn of Meacham's Indians.
Those who were interested in tbe Modoo
war and their numbers were many will be
interested in tbe following account of the re
turn of some rare specimens of tbat tribe,
who wero eakon East by Indian Agent Mea
cham. Wo quote rrom tho Yreka Journal of
Our readers w 111 remember Meaobam's vis
it hero Bouie months ago, to procure repre
sentatives ot different Indian tribes in this
vicinity and Oret-on, from which be seh cted
Htirney and wife, ct tbe Rogue Rl vers; Dave
Hill and Tecuuiseh, of tbe Klamulbs; and
Toby Riddle, of tho Modocs. with hor white
husband, Frank Riddle. On his way East
bo failed to secure a representative of tho Pi
utes iu Nevada, hut obtained two of tho Mo.
does at Indian Territory, us well as ottu-r In
aus. Oliver Applegalo returned to this coawt
wiui uarney ami wlte and Tecum-eh, the
former arriving here Sunday, and the two
latter the day previous.
Iu New York they lost Dave Hill, nuppos
ed to bo kldnapwd, in ihe liope of ob.aiuliig
a reward. He had evidently gone out alone,
and disappeared U)ry mysteriously, wirriout
any clue to bis abrupt departure. Every
nook ami corner of the city was dilUeutly
staiched by the police, and dispatohos beiit
everywhere to discover nta whereabouts, but
without success no to this date. It is also
supposed tbat hie k!dtmpp?re have taken him
(o liurope, for exhibition there, and that lie
was prooobly tr.kon on board tho s'-eaUisuip
Fohlllrr, lately v recked, on tbeScilly Islands
A Iul 'iptfpMoB of UVtl vas fofcgiaphvd lo
uuiupe, so lust tnern inn Im no trouble In
idetitltying him. Dtve Hill was Ilm l.n.-ui
chiel ol the Khimatlis, now quart red on the
umiuaiu reservation near 1-orl Klamath, a
well informed Indian and good orator, aud
his peoplowill no doubt be mnch excited
over his kidnapping. Tecuuisoh, tho medi
cine man, who arrived with Harney, Is also
considered a head man iu tho tribe. Donald
McKay, tbo chief ol tho Warm Spring Indi
ans, who exhibited such bravery and eklll in
lighting the Modoc, at the lava beds, is In
the nonr-boiiHeat Ronton. Riddle aDd wife
are in New Yoik, witb Meaclwin, where they
intend to remain. Harney aud Tocuini-eh
remained in town a couple ofdajs, the loroi
erviHitiog some of the In.Jlaus lout here
and having a talk with them. Haruey goes
back to Siletz rewrvsllon. .Scar-face Charley
at d Snack-naxly Jim a'-corapaiiied the expe
dition to tbe East, and have also returned to
the reservation In the Indian Terrllory.where
Capt. Jack's band is quartered.
Human Scikxck. The lecture delivered
last Sunday by Prof. Kennedy, on Natural
i neology, was very interesting, being a
strong argument in favor of tbe immortality
of tbe soul and tbe existence of a beneilclent
duty. At the close of the lecture be examin
ed tbe heads of Mr. C. A. Heed and Mr.
Snortdidge, giving their characteristics with
great accuracy. His fcuccess showed his
prrflclency in human sclance. He speaks
again this evening at 7 o'clock,
Mr. J. A. Hutlman lately found a twelve
thn Pa n It v 1 1 1. . A t i .
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SALEM, OREGON, JUNE 11,
Dalles, June 5, 1875.
Mr. Editor: Since I wrote you last tbe
Baptist congregation have built them
selves a fine church and I understand
will dedicate it on the 27th in&t., at
which time the Biptist association assem
bles in this city. The Eptsuopals are busily
engaged in building an edifice for a worship
Ing place, which, when done will make five
places lor publlo worship in The Dalles,
whose populatiou is only nbont 1,000 sonls,
who can say that its good citizens are not in
terested in "Holy things as becomes an en
Our stc ck raisers are very active In look
ing after their herds and dispose of their
most choice beeves at prices arying from 3
to S!4 cents per pound net. I learn there
has been weighed and sold from Hood's
stable and stock yards 40(1 head during the
month, how many from other yardtt I could
not ascertain, but presume as many more.
The mutton market is very quiet, the de
mand for sheep lor mutton is governed, by
the supply needed on tho Sound ports and
Victoria, consequently our surplus mutton
market ia regulated by the foreign markets.
I understand tbat the wool producers are
determlded to compell speculators to pay
them living prices for their wools this sea
son, or they will hold It in store how this
will work is a question or time. The clip
this side of the mountains will be muoh in
creased this season, net only in quantity but
quality. As a goneral thing all kinds of
stock are in splendid condition, which seems
to encourage the stoekmen.
III latitude 45 41", longitude 122, for the
month of May, 1875; the month just past has
been one of unsually cold and blustery, tbe
mean temperature being only 59 91, while
that of April was 68 57', the maximum 70
while April was 89, the minimum 31, tho
20th and 27th showing sharp frosts in some
localities, and near town, south, garden veg
etables was bitten quite close to the ground.
I am told that in the Ochoco country 100 and
125 miles south or this locality, the cold was
so bevere, on tbe date above, that all kinds of
vegetation was nearly killed. The cereal
crops was badly injured.
Thero was 10 cloudy, 4 rainy, 8 fair and 0
clear days. The winds, excepting 2 days
have been from the west, thodo were Irotu
the east aud soutli-exbt.
We have lud .81 of rainfall In the month,
distributed tut lollows: On tbe 4th ruin lull
In light showers all tho afternoon measuring
.00 inches; 5;b w ax showery all day, uiii king 9
inch&s; on the ilth and 7th a light i-pi inkle
fell, iiifiUlUciont to incisure In Ihe guage.
At night on the 7th tho raliilall was .14 and
sprinkled several times during tho follow
ing day. On ilm U,b tho rainfall was at noon
measuring ,15 ami at nl(;htagaiu inarking.ll.
On the 14th It rained nearly all day in u line
splnkle irieaanrlbg.18; sgBin on tbo 17th we
bad aery light shower, measuring ,02, again
on the 20th tbbre vvasafiillmiasurliig .05. The
days and nliihts were quite cool from this
date until tho 29 h when ohanue wa-. intii.
J;t iq i mile hhouer, im-asurliig 01 ot an
iijcu, since u'.yn vtvlor at?iui(Hii' sum
Articles .f incorporation of tbo
Oregon Quartz Mill and Mining Company
were bled to-day. Incorporator: L. P. W,
Qulmby, J. R Roperts, Jno. B. Pllkinglon
and II. H. Northrup. Object lo carry on
mining, locating, purchasing, holdlug.woik
lug an.t vending quarrz and gravel mines,
mills and mill sties and ore mines. Capital
stock, $,'00,000, in ten dollar shares. Princi
pal place ot business Portland.
Early Rose Potatoes Mr. Joseph Hoyt
has ouo of tbo beot gardens to be found any
where and has great success in raising early
vegetables. We are under obligations to blm
for our first mess of spring potatoes, as he
brings ns a 11 oo mess or the Early Rose vari
ety, of beautiful size.
Fwsoskr Arrived. Jay Tattle, Sheriff
of Coos county, on yesterday delivered at
tbe Penitentiary, Prince Albert Johnson,
who waa convicted of larceny. He was sen
tenced to 1 year's bard labor.
Mr. Albert Wilson baa received word that
bis father, W. R. Wilson, of Tillamook, had
cut his foot severely while chopping wood,
be will be laid up about two months with It.
Marbied. On Tuesday, June 8th, at the
uorutnerclal Ho'el, HalHin, by Rev. J. H.
IJjbcook, John W. Trullingerand Emma L.
Johuson, all ofSttyton, Marlon county.
Married. June 6ih, 1875, at tho rtsldenco
of the brlde'a father, by Ilov. W. U. Talnier,
Mr. Mtlzor A. Benson aud Miss Hmi't I.
Crumley, all of Marl hi county, Ongoii!
June Term J. C. Peebles, Judge.
Monday, June 7.
In the matter of tho guardianship of G. II.
P. Channels, a minor. Final settlement with
said minor presented. Account examined
and allowed and the guardian and bis sure
ties discharged from iurtber liability In tbe
In tho matter of tbe estate of Elb.n Whit
noy, deceased, leave granted to piovo will.
Will produced, proven In court and admit
ted to probate. Robert aud Jarnos Whitney
appointed executors, aud F. X. Mathleu, Q.
A. Cob en, Jr,, aud Peter Poller appointed ap
pr.ilsor.s, In the matter of tbo.estnte of John Albright,
deceased. Flual account of Jonnlng Smith,
administrator, examined, accepted aud al
lowed with final settlement with estate.
Ordered that tbe property of said estate, now
in tbo bands of said administrator, be turned
over to the heir, and upon his tiling receipt
therefor, Bald administrator and bis bonds
men be discharged.
In tbo matter of tbe estate of Conrad Wer
ner, deceased. Augusta Werner, adminis
tratrix of said estate, filed final account and
asked tbat the same be allowed. Final hear
ing of tbo application Bet for July 10th at 10
o'clock a. M.
In the matter or tho estate of Elizabeth L.
Myers, deceased. O. Dickinson, executor,
filed Inventory and appraisement of said
estate and first semi-annual account there
with. In the matter of thegusrdlanshipof Klnora
Cox, a minor. S. L. Campbell, guardian of
said minor, filed final account, which was al
lowed and the guardian discharged.
Tuesday, June 8.
In the matter of tbe guardianship of Emma
Potter, a minor: Mary Potter, guardian, filed
final account, which was examined and al
lowed on final settlement, and the guardiau
and her sureties discharged from further lia
bility in the premises.
W. R. Davids, administrator of tho estate
of Thomas Davids, deceased, filed report of
sale of personal property belonging to said
istnte. Report exatnlnodaud approved by tho
Administrator of Ihe estate or Peter Roeser
tiled liret somi-annual account, which was
examined and placed on ills.
Wednesday, Juno Dth.
In tbo matter of an application for a bridge
across Pudding River, on road from Eagaus
mill to nervals at a point as Shirts' mill (lato
Engle1-): Onlered, that Joseph Knple be up.
pointed a commissioner to superintend tbo
letting of contract, building and receiving
of said brhlgo aud that he report a plan end
probable cost, and submit the hamo fur ap
proval of the com tat tbo July term before
letting said contract.
Petition tor change In ronl from Esgan'.
mill to Wood burn: Ordered, that J. W,
Tlioinbiiry, L. li.Poujade, A. C. ICoene bo
appointed viewers aud 8. D. Suowdon sur
veyor, to meet BtBelpui, Friday, Juno 25,
1871, at 0 o'clock A. M.
I'elltio'iOl'S. W. R. JonBH and olhorsfor
.u-nv in luiiu Jiuu i-m nervine io aiaiubiiy
...I... t it..- O. O. Itillioad to ilm rlvnr?
i(.iy, jiuiu me, ----- -.- ......
Ordered, tint W. .II. nil.'.00! A- Kcn and
Wm. t'lino bo appointed viewers' autl JoJ!
Newsomo surveyor, to meet at S.W.R. ',no'' i
on Friday, Juno , 1875, at 0 o'clock A. M.
Report of viowtra on change on oouuty
road leading from Sublimity to Salem near
Rluburd Caieys read flrbt time iuopen Court.
Report of vlowers aproluted lo locato a
county rod noar Turner's Statlou. Report
read a first time In open court. No oljoi
License granted Preston Hamilton to sell
spirltmis liquors In less quantities than ono
quart In tbe town of Marlon.
Attkmit atMuk'iuk. In the Sanl'rancls
oo Chronicle of tbe 4lh Inst., we find along
account of an unsuoceasfu 1 attempt to com
mit auidide, made by a Mrs. Cheney. She
first awallowed a dose of Jaudnum, and after
ward (hot herself with a pistol. Both times
she filled to destroy herself. Tbe lady la the
wile of one Prof, W, II, Chtoey, who former
ly resided In Portland, and lectured Irequent
ly on tbe subject of spiritualism and astrol
ogy. Domestic Infelicity Is the alleged cause
of tbe tulcidsl attempt.
ItK-CojijiisatoMKi). Tbo Governor yes tor-
day ro-comtnlsblon-d Mr. J. 11. Albof, of
Saleui, Oregon, Notary Public.
Tho Salem Turn Yt'rlen Society will attend
thg oui!u,j Fcurth of July celebration at
Volnino Y1L Number
Mr. Henry Miller unmmunicntos to the"
Orcgoniun an article giving valuable eipa
ence about prunm, from which wo take tho
In 1S57 1 Importrd fiom Ellwanger-et Bar
ry, Rochester, N. Y,, four ariwtles of
prunes, nauiod In tbo Invoice (cow bofore
me) as German prunos, Prune il'Agen,
Downton Iinpcratrlco and Fellenberg. In
185S I imported in addition to the aboe
salons of nil ether prunos on li. & li.'a cata
logue, consisting of D.nniuls Dull, Man
ning's Long Blue, and Tckworth Impsratrico.
Of nil thoso sovon varlotios I grafted on Mr.
William Meoit's plum trees fur tasting, I not
having any largo troys thon, and tbo rout ol
the scions I grafted in my nursery. Tbo
grafts In tbo orohiird soon bore, and the
Prune il'Agen promised the best by its onrly
aud abuudunt crops. Tbo Fellenberg came
two years later in bearing, tho Down Im
peratrice and Dominie Dull proved unprom
ising. Manning's Long Blue mado a good ap
pearance, but we lost sight of it.
Tho Ickwoath Imporatrice is a good prune,
vory swoet, good bearer, Into, and on that ac
count worth a Timber trial. When tbe Fol- ,
lonberg canio In with a full crop and was put
in market, it supnrseded at once the Pruue
d'Agen and tbe old German prune, onr Ger
man custo uers being good judges. We(J;H.
LRmbeatand I having come iuto possession
of the old Meek & Eddy orchard) then graft
od largoly of the Fellenberg, and I think ro
grafted some Prune d'Agen. The Fellenberg
is a strong grower, good bearer, not breaking
tuli.anda first rate prune for drying In every
respect. Planted out on dry soil Itimihoatliy
tree. Wet ground is not suited for it at all
Tho Prune d'Agen Is still worthy of cultiva
tion. It bear heavily and dries well. Man
ning's Long Blue I would also reoommeud
for an extended trial.
Anew vailoty, "the Petit Prune d'Agen,"
is much talked of In California. It was last
year introduced hero, aud It remains to be
seen whether tbe two d'Agonsare not tho
Synonyms Fellouborir. Italian Prune. Im.
This Is tho trim story of prunes as far hh
my exporieueu goos. I believe all our stock
about hero canio Iroin tbo above Importation,
as wobavodlsposudor all scions we could
cut every year.
Board of School Lands CommuKionars.
This Hoard wa3 in minion last week, all
mem bars present.
M. M. Ellis was appolntod local ngont fi.r
Poll: county Iu pUua of It. M. May, do
uiimod. Iu tho mattor of II. H. r.uso vs. Goo.
Cinieion, In relation U tide lauds iu Empire
Oily, fronting valuable property owned by
miiertui, mo case on ptirt ol Luso was pre
sented by P. L. Willis, op. part of Cameron
by W. W. Thayer mid T. I). Winchester, of
Coos county, attur witnesses wore hwiiiu, by
ngreomeiit of atlrinini tho cane was pnst
po.ied uuiilJulyluth.to admit witnnssistcsti
niutiy Iroin Coos. 'ihs nutter is important
as tlu iuteicstHsro uliiHblo and it will set a
precedent lor Ittturo action.
H. II. Lute vs. A. M.Foley, involving tltlo
to tldo lauds troullng donation claim of
Foley, P. L. Willis for Luso and T. 1), Wiu
i!belcr for Foley, 'ihe jiolut Iu this easo is
Hut Foley sent his application unsigned, with,
money to pay for laud and nocessnry cortlll
otles. Luse cluluin that falluro to blgn In
valid ites his nni Ucallon, Foley Is an old
man btt yean old. Tho evidence wis takon
and tho mmi is bld under advlsouiont, aud.
'.'11 probaLly be decided in u tow days.
Tho Pioneer Reunion.
We visited tbe Fair Grounds, to-day, and
found great Improvement mado and In pro
gtods. Mr. Lewis Savage has obargi or mat
ters, mid id rapidly getting tho placo in good
sbsps lor tbo Pioneer Reunion.
The floor on tho main hall has boon lined
with now drossod lumber, and makes a good
solid floor for dancing as well as a solid Im
provement ,to tbo Pavilion. A dressing
room for ladles has been partitioned off from
the back wing, aud tho front wing la to be
used for general recaption. The room above
Is to be used for the IU union Love Feast.
Tbe grounds near where tie sheep pena
were, and near the gatea,have been cleared of
unMgbtly booths, and tbe speaker's stand ia
located in the center of the grote, where
plenty of seats arj to be placed f jr Ihe audi
CoitniXT. T. A. Bryan, Linn oounty, Mis
souri, writing for a specimen copy of tho
FAltMiiit, says: "Having had tho good for
junotobtnacopy of tbo WiLUMinTfi Faii
Mitn, I believe, from its high ion, and tbo
tiroAt vuibty of ubjtjit.s trwtod, thv. thrao
.vbouro thinking ofomlgMtln to tbo Far
Wtrt can find no surer wy of gaining rolla-
bio InformV.lai than by comultlu,; Its col
flHiB&J' lvr Sr'r w".
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