Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, July 09, 1874, Image 1

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cut owner into 10. <50, 80, 1 GO, 320 ette Valley, and the State of Oregon concerned, there is, it seems, little
acre ¡arms. and well cultivated, this >» general, are coming up rapidly to or no doubt that Cannon was as fair-
valley will contain
and
sustain a the highest standard of these older lv and fully chosen as the purest
The soil of this valley is a sandy
loam and decayed vegetable mold
with a clay bottom. 1; is watered by
population of 1,0u0,000 in a better States and countries
It is no idle
manner than it does now .30,000 peo- boast or ill-advised statement to
pie. t,l'he class of bit* )15g< lit in t o - make that, in live years, this valley
a considerable r umber of large
pri fin»', ami practical
prominent features of the
distinct name-
and s* pi rated from o n e ’mother bv
belt> of timber, ranges of hills, fixers
and « recks.
« »»i.* \ • .»r.
JULY
Ilii-> is only a sample case of many
on a large scale that could he given
in variou • parts of the valley.
smaller ones, having
TERMS OF St INSCRIPTION:
THURSDAY
V II! <. II SM VI.I..
State as do her r.agnifieent '. '.cun-
tains and forests, lakes and rivers.
The g u at leading "all* ys are not
only numerous, hilt
they e mtain
within themselves r vast number of
Editor ami Proprietor.
OREGON.
manageable are cut up by the
tinct an l
33.
COUNTY,
bushel, an 1 was sown in December
at
. . . .
W A S H IN G T O N
CREAT V A LLEJS G F OREGON.
The val.evs <>f Ore »on form as uis-
Forest Drove,
GROVE,
Tar
W i n . ami i n: V alkky is Une
largest in the Slate.
Il is «»n«' hun-
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t
in
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died ami si\tv-tive mi les h >ng. north
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a:i»l
■muth, with an av« *ra 2«• breath of
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0 1 12 «M» 11 50 of t > rtv miles, « i't .an l " « ■St.
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it is
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hi 0 00 ! d 1 b 1 1 » ; un 2 > (Hi a;»]»ropri;itely <x11 if‘d the “ Gard n
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w ith
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th«’F’.untie coast ; at id.!f«»r it
is
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. r t Dvl > « * •lit ■* F r Un<* f«»r th«»
in «ill y «•<•nut tv 1Ol*
1 m l 1 * lit S ; tun far 0 ia*h not !-u» j a-M’d
nt 11 ,i'*«
heal ! 1 1 v «•limate, tie■ll. prod Uet tve si »il
atlv* rtisfin#
* kl ¡fill«! 11 .»!-
abut!niant
ami ~»< <*r-f: 1 ¡ 1 i 1 :.
ii»-'» tor the lit ^»t
,'h
1 :t i 1 ->! •»*» ]
■»■1 u.ir** f«»r «M
In F.iighiml.S ri »{ km »1 an 1 1 l v hill .1.
lit ii; lm rticn
and ; 1 large porti « HI oilI'^1U'( »1 0 *, 11 Í « 11\t * >
it-dll fur 7I1 »
1 1
tlie 1:ib.»r of the >l\ in »nt!» 1 ot Ml! 11-
h» t?,, r
HUT to provide for the MX 1
I!1 »Ilths ot
" Hit*rr. The v all* * V s *»f the famous
RR< »C E S S IO N \ L ( A R D S
«■»•Ionics of Australia arc subject t<
«levasting Hoo«ls or «astiti: il rougii ts.
\> I L M » \ B O W L B V . M. I»
The gr«at vali v> «*f thè Nil«* bave
RAIES OF ADVERTISIN'«;
liv-
ers, a great number of necks,and an
innumerabl«» numher of 'prings of
pun ^t water. Good water ;an
be obtained in
almost anv part of
the valley,
tace, ami
lit ecu teet from till* cur-
in n o place
pres- blooded animals,
farmers
but
the Wiliam -
that mid the State will bo equal
to
any
1Ue cumin" and settling in the valley State in the Union or country in Eu-
from California, the Western
and : ope for choice and tine blooded
Eastern States, and
from
England, st«>ek.
In that time there will be a*
Scotland, and Ge»many, are just the many sheep in the Willamette Yal-
nun m opnecti* n with the same ley as there are in the whole of the
are
these’ etas.** of farm« vs in tin Slat«' for manv Stat«' at the present time.
spring-, more abundant than in the 'ears and who have similar features
The upper \\ ilian.etie, or “ The
foothills, and upon the highest hills ot « haraeter— to accomplish these re- Forks of the W illa m e tte ,
and
oh(l feet above the level of the sea.
called
by
way
of
eminence
“
The
suits.
The v■alley ¡S !^lll?ltci< 1. not only
TiicWill.tmcttcVallcv i ; the gra rd garden o f the W illam ette V a lley,”
by the ( 'oast and Ca scat le raïu.M’S of
.lì,
an*l is rapidlv be- contains three leading valleys,i mnin
111«»illi!;illis, h u* i,. i: 3 ¡lit« fS’.’et« il with cumin ; ne great gran an of the Fa- !ls Tall Creek, Camp Creek and AI»>-
Spi elidi« l for« sts ;un 1 1 >«*11S ot t h( • 1». it «•ific «•«»astdln irby securing Fortlaml hawk valleys, and are abundantly
1 ; 1
till iber, that ^Iflt
i!d ail the i ti ti i i o r as the chief commercial city ami ct n- watered by the McKenzie, ^labile
\ a 1I* \ >. In a«l’ li ! i» J t« » the ah »uud- ire ««I tr.nh* * t the same. Ten years Turk and Coast T oik rivers, that
ant rain s of \\i lit. r 1
i liât. 11« »Ut isll the hence the W ill Mcctt* Valley will be have their rise in the Cascade range
1. th<- sano11 rai n ' «• Oise itiitiic diate the pride of all tnie Americans, ami of mountains, and empty into the
am 1 t*. «1 ! 1 “ !(•!( * «Ice■om j •«».'.t ! i«>ii olf ¡.11
th.* vast a; not iti! . . » ♦
i * V ■ » ¡¡l’o le tuat ter
t ha ! • h S t«i M ¡e h and relie ¡v
the
soi , SO that the 1m ! th; tt lias been
ero i ’i’.-i w i ..Ii "lit at t «at s, and bar-
ley t r< »m1 till» « li t«) tkil t y years C( »11-
t ; li itoti -Iy is a,s 11 1 »0.1: f.»-lllay ¡is it v\ as
the admiration of thc civ ¡11/ w* »11« p Willamette River neai Spr ngfiehl.
These valleys are partly settled
It is now tin* “ garden valley of ( »ve­
ga r«le li ami cu ltiv a t’d for thirty, forty ami
.goti; tlu-ii it will l*e tilt!
valley of the world.
The
cai ly ” sixty miles respoeti vely. Thev eon-
latter”
rains of (p r il in this State, are mor
tain 200,000 acres o f as rich produc-
tive pniiiic land ns ever the sun
valuable than all the g«»l«l mines
shone upon.
rains of November, ami die
ii
. ...-. pi­
They would make 1.200 good
California, lil.iho, ami Neva l i . Tin
farms,
diversified with hill ..ml dale,
rli«’ bottom an
e lv« r lami
>f latter
will
be
exliauste«
the ' alley
\ i« hi
a most fabulous
tune.
The
climate, wood and water, and every way cai-
■
1
>.*•• bu
K-Mlels
IMivsi, ¡.in and M;rg«*«>n,
tlu ir ex.reiues of over-tlovv alni des crops. S» v« nty and eighty
an 1 HIM mo o f Ore •on r.n- ciliated to make happy homes. At
comtiion vid» 1 for iler tli«' soil «»t the \\ iilauictt« I'l \- present these rich lands are not oe
1' I * valli.: ^ riu 1 «»I wheat are a
Vl»!’ f 'l l t<K!»» I , • - • - ( Ill.tiON. tn.ying «Lx» l ,'hts.
pruiries of New England
ai J thè bottom lami, and these land* aie haiist ble and the j»rodueti«ui
eon- oupied by more than 300 settlers and
I f,
their families. Tim average yield « f
Mi.hlle ali 1 W «‘sti l li S a es. re lock- abundant in the valley. The value
taiitlv increasing.
Mills
J
i.
« «1 up six moiitli «»ut I»f thè twelve of beai « r lands have lu en <»nlv late­
irnii is in làuti wlu at is from twenty-live to thirty
'Vitli s« \« re fiosts and hard wiubus, ly dis«-..;« led; thev ai«’ from tificeli
>11 III v Jr. I.uper, sav> that moiiev bushels b> «be acre, but they arc
W . tl. S O I . O lt , .11. I».,
t»» thirty feet «leen.
•imi are siibj**«*i t<> d *vas:apug il ».»d
tin- ri« a.
call
mad« m this vallev « » : i " hcat just as capable of yii hling sixty bush-
Physicitn and S.irj^on.
With
nml t»»ui.i loes. Til«* givat 'alleva of soil « »ii th*’ globe; ami are
at lifly cents per bushel; and Air. «■Is with propel* cultivation.
FORE AT CRGVE. - - - - CRIGCÎÎ M
i.
such
cull
i\at
i«»ii.
th
.sc
valleys
could
iss pi bave
tlieir «!«•>(ru»*tivi »<»«> st i « ijig’ 1» r " iicaf «.»at s, or i»ai 1«-'
Sa' agí of Marion county, ano her
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h«- Saci annuito, S v i Joa quin ami
Salita ( iaiv. aii’ sut j ’et *•: friMpi ut
* 11 « »«* : h t s m »l ìloo.ls of great se veri-
f” .
ile* \\ ill.imetì«» \ .»ll«*v i -, fft
D *»m ali ii«’-e « 1 r.i" baeks. ! h<■ « ami
breath «»* tilt- Pacific «. *ean k«-e;»s tli»
thi
vai.»y mil
"]>
H. Y . T ik
i\m ‘c fhompiJ'
■ v /: y s
A i I.
- all l seasOPs of diaui'ghts. The
! irge vali«*.' s «>. i alitornia, siedi a*
a
inter,
.li­ l i l í * )
and
KIN îîZY. M D.
l*EKl
( )
lJ.il l\
j 1 (»tt !Cts
't t loin '
and * s im »\ v .
1 he « ii»;> ai,
rouit4 ahno->: with i; he 1 «
(*♦ 1 taint\ ol: ill«* til les. T l
h s joyful rays from
1
M V.
ber.giving soleil m »nth
It A L L
T I l)U
STOTT.
\ r.V S - \ T
L A VV
No. f, !» knm'.- Ri sk,
P d RTLAND. CRLUON
FRANK L* STOTT.
A l t o r
ii
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H ' I l s Hi » j: ft. a
« lili”«’ in il' " « ' it H-.us
THOMAS H* TONGUE.
\ ti o r n «*> - a t - L a w ,
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AVa-ddii-’t’>i! C««nntv, Oregon.
stivirr.-K
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> l i a t t i i r K A. k i l l i n ,
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AT
a m i
i
o i y s E i.oii
LAW .
D*ku ¡»'s R.iil liii/. Fir-t Sir«*« t,
1’« • RTÍ.AND, DRE(iD.N.
1 h« \ a ep«cu liar!y a«lapte«l fi-r veg- c \ l«‘ii si ve fanner, says lie can raise
«■»abies and gra-ses; tiu'V pi«»«luc*’ " l c at t»> pay at fifty emits per bush­
I ¡ o:ii !M)() t•» J .’Jbo bushels »>f «»nioii-. el. The wheat of this valley sold hist
t»> thea*,rc. ’ ::at s« 11 from Si to Sl.od season for un ave rage of
5*1.1*> |»«*r
¡»«■i bus’i ’l, a:i 1 from Tonto pnnbusli- bushel; that gave thc farmers a clear
« 1 s i »i j «ata« '« s t« i í hg ,-] (•;•«’, t ha t s« ! 1 profit of sixty-live ceuhs per bushel;
¡r. m •> 1 < n!> to s' 1 j », i biisIc.’J. I í.u- ami, taking tile av« rage production
otiiv hay
gn»"s
fei t lotig. an i among good lai im is at t inr.y ¡aisliuls
yi< i»!s four t< lis to the a« te; llo v e r i<> the a i v , if gave tile;a a profit of
gt'if.'s f«’urtcet h ’t'g.a i.d euts four sF.bñO per tu re, ;«u*l t‘ *r ;i hiindred
»“ ’.s tu the ye «r.
I hele it a tracf tier« s Si.P.iO. As .a . . oí t lie 1 ur-
»1 t! 1 1 > latid i¡* ar Sak la, < ígni v iiiih*> in« is in the \\ lllauict;«’ \ all *v
tiiiit «pianti! v <>t **a .salci 1 ». i j 1* * \ , I *e-
suits pnidimiug for I ujiiic e.'iisuu [-
tion, ami coubl support a popula-
iti,DUO, equal to the tenth of
'*
the population of the State. Ther*’
are hen also, toothills and moun­
tain ranges a«lmtrably adapted tor
slu ep and cat t ie.
is
T H E MODERN C A IN
BVPP.OF. E. EVANS EDWARDS.
I saw a man
De
al
to his brother. Drop by drop
monogamist or the most inveterate
The
poison
was distilled for cursec’ gold;
old bachelor on the
rolls either ol
And in the wine-cup’s ruddy glow sat death,
1 lovso or Senate.
The question
Invisible to that poor trembling «lav?.
then arises whether it is in place foi
He raised the cup, he drank the poison
his colleagues to go beyond his pub-
down,
lie career, and sit in judgm ent upon Rushed forth into the streets—home had b®
non*—
his family affairs,
There are numerous people v.ho Stn- f' «
C
« « 1 miserably ^
,
.
l i i - i
rhev buried him—ah! little recks it vv wliore
will avow themselves shocked ilict
.
. ,.
His bloated form was given to the worms.
any question should be made about
< >ne<* li<■ lmd friends;
the matter at all, or that Congress
A happy home was his, and love was his
should hesitate a moment on the His Mary loved him,and around him placed
propriety of expelling an .avowed 11 is smiling children. Oh! a dream of joy
polygamist. But these, in order to Were those unclouded years; and, more
than all.
comprehend the situation fully.must
If»- hail an interest in tin* world alxivc.
remember that there is a principal
1 he l»ig “ Did 1 tilile*' lay upon the stand
involved in Cana ou* s cine which if And lie was wont t< read its sacred page.
enforced on all »•;• visions as strictly Ami then to pray: “ Our Father bless the
- poor,
as it i.-, prop »c<l to enforce it ot.
Dud
r x the tempted fiom the tempter's
Cannon, would be apt to cause a
ait;
startling number of vacancies in both
S v«- ys from sin. and 1« t us ever be
1 legislative bodies. I f Congress go L’ i it/d in love; and may we ever meet,
behind the mere mutter o f election, When life’s last scenes are o’er, around thy
ami undertake Lo sav with reference
throne.”
Thu
;
«»laved lie—thus lived he. Years
to tli
vate from Utah that cer-
i*.
passed,
tain breaches of law <>r inora litv com- !
. . .
,.
, ,
Ami »» « r the sunshine <>f that liuppv homo
niitte«! by
pi ivate life
m ium
mm in
in private
m e i|)ri,V
prior v t«j
to j vclonJ CtaStie froul thc 1>it. ,ht fat¡;, u>lt
his ji]>p* araiice at Washington us the g, n from the cloud. The tow« ring tree
accredited re]>reiontetive of the Tor- Was shivered by the lightuin s vengeful
stroke,
ritory,shall «listpialify him for a seat,
An»l laid its coronal of glory low.
it will be simply justified, if indeed
A ’ iapp* home was ruined; want and woe .
n< t bound by fairness, to establish
l’tayi’d with his children, and the j >ys of
an imposition into the personal be-
youth
havior of all other tiicml» ’'? when 1/ ft tlie ir sweet faces, to r«-turn no more.
th« ir j»rivate reputation is ealled :n- His Mary’s face grew pale and paler stilt.
Her * yt s were dimmed with weeping, and
to <pie-.tion. And, suppose
this
her soul
rule is faithfully observed, "h a t pro-
We nt'»ut through those bine portals. Mary
portion of the Senators and R«*pre
died—
sOlitatives ct.n expect to come out of Ami y«-t h** w**pt not. At the deniou’s call
the or«l«*al wholly unscathed?
* H»* drowned liia sorrow in the maddening
bowl.
' *
Take the case o f John H ip td e
ti
,
And when t ht y buriel her Í oin sight, h»»
Aliti b -li,or John Alitele*.1 Hippie, a>!
at d i lì « r«*m juiiris lu* bas « 1 1 fiel en t ly j j i runk* n s u;»or, bv t h«* now mad » grave !
called himself. Senator Alilchel or II.s fri» ml was gone—he never had anoth-
Senator Hippie, whichever the read-
ev­
cr may please, is known to ha\eb«ei And the world shrank from him, all o v c
one;
at ole* tinte a sdhool teiu-lier in Fut
Audio still plied the l-owl with deadly
1« r borougìi, in ibi- State, ami wltih
<1rug,
sojouruiii" t bere t « » bave foruted an An»l bail»* him drink forget bis God, and
die! lie dud!
ini t igne with a village m .i<'<*u which
lile e ouate oí the “ Tol'ks is <lc- t* sulted in mairimony. Sul»s«»«pioiit «'.tin! ('sin! 'vli**ro is (by brother now?
li_i.it.il.
d h re is only on«* j»hysi- !.' he «lesi rte«l ber. \v< nt out to ( t- Lives he still? If dead, jtili "here is he?
n tins'
«1 ....
val
cian " i Spring!!« 1«1 f o r a li
va
« gon. ehangcil his game, marri«*«! »\heie? in hia'eu? Go read the sacred
! »!. ;. th.it a cotii; any «»I gcnílemen five burnir«*«! acres of "d c ’.it. n
page:
l**ys. l i e l- not iiion than half « te­ again, an i uà*, retilin«*»l t«> tic* Seti
■ h« !«■ lia '«’ l»o igat an 1 ar«’ ab.uit t»< tic in a net profit of si).TA« «>n
“ N«> drun lard ever shall inln'rit there.”
Ira n. T o e «liaiuing \vi 11 bu «*x »:.*n- u hí'.it cr« »p alone,
"»»m ler i »1 • »\ ed, ami ol»t;iins troin his p.ufes- at«’ last year. A eursorv re ' i**w o f
»ho sent him to th«* pit? Mho dragged Lia:
li this sum a very im ager support, tu eoli- this succession o f < xpcridieo .t ; W s
s.ve, lar tu • y l l u J l b .
hat mam o i the
down?
S«‘«pl
enee of the p,iire, 1»racing ami that lie violated law and morality in Who bouu«l him hand and foot? who smiled
atcl [ »i o t i le. . he : r> a!«
ui ' all cy ¡1 ,re 1,*ml»ns and iu»i
haln
<
*’
.
s
iy
atmosphere of tln • disi net.
-< *i 1 i- t liirl ' le*«*L det p, a
¡in even great«, r degree than C m u o n : 1
Rn 41,1,1
ot tieuticy.
1 ! ie pc< tj'le
Whil«* .' ».t tic hellish work went on? Who
\\ 1 •' t addo tinnì lis« ly to the val
1er .,1. oitgh ('alinoli has four wives,
cilla!i>»n of «•«»m¡'«•l« lil | a
VaR e v «•¡¡j,i >y «*.vt ¡,u r niiai v fa­
grasped
«■
tlie li ;hI« ¡ p »r : i- n » «»f
f« >r t la Vel an 1 ll eight.
vici* Ì
ih «’ tie olÍ tlie lando ami1 vv.-iite r power of uiieivas Aiiî« hell only s«’«*ured two. iiis gold, his health, liis hf«*, his hope, his
i, ■* »»t u le at t’ » t lu
course was judged bv the
1 a iu1C alii. »rnia Railway runs tin* * 1' 1 »]’ lv S ¡«11« 1 il leir \ * 1 ley s io the ('añilen
alt?
mature tim cr i :»s that
.1,1 an aoui ant liatv* >t.
Thiis \aili y i - ¡ * r« — * 11 » i j i « h i lv an a;
parts 1 .‘2 0 L u 'ic ls «»i on
t icnlt uml » »ne.
ò ¡cat i - tue : l’c ’ t
siapi production:but it eximís «’«pial nuis, !»« u b« h «l-«»t poiaio s.
lv "«11 in raising'; «-verything c«»u- t « 111 S ot tillin' hy hay. or three t.
n«*« t«*.l with a "'«*Vl-appoint«’d farm, eh >' « r to
l hr soil produces the best wheat an 1 tions are
the larg**st «¡uantity ♦ » » the acre of dllctiolis
any
vall«*y m the United SiaD s parts o|
T lc ie are a “ Umber of so-called fnr-
m« i s w lu » scratch the s. -il, ¡II p ’ ac«* of
pioiluce annually, for exporttifion
, ,
. ,
sii..
•jbO.OÜÜ bushels of wheat, and liait
So fur as the question of election
the acic*. *1 lese ea
ba- <1 on neai ly «’«pial l ’i o
on
i i . g i s in other
the
1 his kind ot
land is biniti
u .|
iti: •. ;th( entire
• ’ ]* thè cast siile, the ();. g»»n Central
K iiluay ruus up tle* wesi si.le, and
thè teli stcanc rs ol tic* W .llaiuette
1
.
tuat tic* ()*«.*,_.»n and
California
Railway touches ut Springfield a n i
in n . up tli«* Coast F o rk ; and the
California ami ( '«udrai Railuav wdl
t ram poi tati »n ( ‘ ohi j any, all owucd
by Ben Ib'lhulav. an n in n ili" all the f«»nn a junction with the t h« g.»a .oui
!
lloUl t.u-
time « n the Willamette I!; ;\ ci­ tila! California line a few miles iY..m
r 11 till oligli t he lea it of
gu iit City, at Junction Ci!y, s<* that
'alh
ami b e t " ' on the
two lines or rail- tai n.« I s and inanufaet I.. « . s of tin
i m K ■
i«I have ttie a ¡van i
way.
»f
an i «loes n»»* <*x«'C” 1 2 ».(»i H acres, so
plowing :it, au 1 raise “ V( »1 u nt« ■<■ r
\\ lc n the v\* it< r \ i.-it« «1 this vallev,
“ 1 »« averton in August lie witness, la verv liit*• i*-
crops, in pla»M’ .«.»f sown ig we ll-sele«’t- far .‘m known. Near
«•< 1 seiil, that !»•)) 11 1 1 it- straw■. i 11 place S ation,' on thc line of tin? Or«*groii « sting sight :u \amliill county. One
lr.un ot the leading larmcrs ha i just lin-
of makine mnnu: e of it . Su¡«•li nun Central Railway, seven miles
or: lam is a tract <»f
never rai -e an a; < Tauro CTOp al 10 ve
•av« t-«iaiii islied threshing lus wluat, and wus
twenty buslu ls t« > the nere. The av- l a n d , " L id i is as rid i and productive ,¡liU day ploughing, harrowing, »>»' i
‘ 1
~
O 7
*-• 1M
• ■
1 11 sowing wheat f«»i m xt year n li.ar-
«•rag«: vn 11 on fai 11 : 1 s fairly e ultivated as tic* tract of tin same* soil •S
’K‘
of near Salem.
io t hit t v Im- h'Js t«»t he arri4.
’.« -t.
J he thre.iher had folhivvcil
T h ere is no fa«’t mona «-]. ¡illy es­
I he total Mel 1 ..f wheat ill t il’ s the reaper, the plougher lmd o'«*i'i;t-
tablishf’il than th at the av« 1 ige V.eld vail«*' is about 3.l)i!(),(:( ()
im ic i.-
i tin* thn-siu r, ami the s«»\v«*r was
of wheat in this \alley «•in 1»e raised " Inch, f i a i. nv i ra * o f
!•> per billowing on the In < Is ol 1 i i « • plough-
to sixtp bu hel.s to the a« !«• bv tlnu*
ati (inn
1S
Of till *
«T. Sueii a scene is one of the big il­
«•ugh ?ub ivation. The «litlcn-ner* l.e- ncn.i en bu-lu 1,1 ,r»r(l.0< 0 arc « xi.oi t- l’s* indications of a superior climate,
tween t"«uity, thirty ami sixty lm
( «1 t«» San 1'ianci ,co. New Y«»rk,L«»u- rich soil, and successful i m i . airy
noth tli«*
.-b in and Wc-tern
lines
ol r.ulvva\s i 1 ih«’ \\ 11 hiiiietI«* \ all«*v,
in inhlitioii to tiie navigation «»f tin*
W iilamet ¡e R;v< r to and from Fort-
laud. -f i' n/ifIs II < sir rn II .»/•/«/.
( I "iirhul I u .cl irc h’. )
CANNON.
Tb >\v to dispose
of
Cannon
is
about «> u* <»f the knottiest and most
perplexing «pie ¡t i. um that have ]>re-
s iitc.l t It « * ii i s. * 1 v« *s t » ( .mgr« s, for
Al«»rnc»ns atuong whom
he
lived.
Win. saw hisM-iry fade uud «be? Who saw
His
hsgg.ir.l <* lildren wandering in the
moral «'iiough, however «»lic.usi\c it i
Streets?
in our eyes,while Alitele
n»\\ evi l'
Speak, coward, if thou hast a tongue!
juilg« «1, can litui not tic shadow ol Tell why, w.t’u hellish art, you slew a man.
« xetise.
\Y1 h iv is my brother? Am I uiyjbrmfier’«
k«*«’p< r?”
It is m»l particularly edifying to i Mi ’ man, n «1« ■eper mark is on thy bro»
take the
‘,f ( ’aiu* AccuneJ was the mimo
!<■ a-lu-s
a’-lies of affairs like these ! Ti“ n
Of hita wlm slew a righteous man, whose
uinl* r noti«’« ; but if ( ’«»ngiess resort
S«Mll
to tli«’
t».- »cess
in ( Cannon
u raking
i.ii.m_ p
».<
in
annoti • s *• Was ripe from heaven; thrice aeenrseil he
( ;ise, it will certainly aj.pcar invidi- Whose art malignant sinks asoul to hell!
«»us to avoid it in the others; ami. ¡
OREGON.
besides v'h.it has been huntioiied, it
" o u ! 1 doubtless limi, without anv
Air. John AYilliamsou, of CJieha-
very <‘xtra«»rdihary research, a ,rrcat
lem valley, has sown five hundereu
.teal of similar material affecting oth­
acres ot wheat and oats, and it looks
er members just as.strongly sugjjes-
splendid.
ti\«’ «»t the propriety of impilisi'ion
When the two warehouses now in
ami «’Xpulsion. But we have no idea
course of construction are'completed,
that ( ongrcss will **xpel Cannon on Albany " i l l have a storage capacity
'h«* score i »f polygamy. I f the .»t over a million bushels of grain.
Hull e ( <»mu 11 11e«* oil IxleHions, iu»w
A gootl many of the Tfarmer? of
eotisidciing the sulijiet, limi him «In­
Yamhill nr«* availing thents«*lv«*s of
i ' chosen, his title to the seal will the spare time between this and har-
probably be confirmed; and the vir­ » est to take a pleasure trip to the
tuous indignation <>f our National coast.
many years. C’antum is the regu-
lailv < i«< ti ll delega!e fr«»m L .ah,
♦■Is to tin* a«‘ie is siiuplv l!ie diti’. 11 :
«h»n, L i ' e«’j•(»..1. and Cork; fu ll' 1 ,- that the history o f agriculture can and :i mormon of al»s«iluf«*lv unnàs-
1.« t "<•«*11 t id ;lin«g the soil amil 1 »!«»"•- 2*> o ,(M¡O lai h< !s ¡ir*’ ground
into supply. This i.-> a literal fulfillment takable stripe, so far as the poly­
ing if S iffi hi■idly deep ; be. vv. •eu l.iis- llolll
a to iho*a*
niar- of tin* old p id j’htcy, “ i will give yon gamic practice gc/s
Cannon has
NOTARY PJ3LIC AND COLLECTOR.
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volutiti
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S.imlv.ieh Is filin in «lut! season, and the land no fewer than four wives. They <h> Legislature will discover vent in
It is estimated that Linn county
F.GU. PAPER'S I*RA»V\.
At K- noi • see l, 1111 l li.-iivi ri ; the m il w 11 land - , Chin: Ja
ALxico, i,ml shall yield her im-rense, and ¡lu­ not form part of liis traveling e.dab- spe;.*i’h«*s against p o l v a m v in the . will this year pioiluce over a million
¿
1 »ivi* *1 ^« In* ills Ittk« «I
M ill ;. f t « -11 « I |»H pared an «1 using
the »I'll* »1« ■** si South Anici • * : t, ;i
l as
British i r . « s o i the fiel
shall vichi their lisliment.
NYJieLn r out «
J •!' t . . a ll I ll-d in 's . . u tru st' d t.» bi->
tie■1er abstract when the b i'is ’for* the het- : :l' “ 1 il h:,Jf b,,shtis of whcat*
11 I u 1 V s« » « !¡between slothful ibd«»I« iiee and Columbia and Fuget Sound, « n the their fruit, and vour thivshiii" shall «•nee to th
ter government of Utah are brought
Chelialem valiev can boast of hav-
Gentiles, < r
in«litJVr«*iiee, am7 lmtu-Miy, energy
Fu< die coast, ami the residue is used K.aeh untotln* uniage; in d ille vint- e ’«»noinie dr« ad of the c o s t
up, rather than in a! tact ing polyga- , i»»g as fine grain as any other loeali-
11
,
„
,,
i tv in Oregon.
J o l i n
C o o p o r ,
¡tiul all tlie in« aus that God and iu
for se. d ami dome ti«- purposes.
, r
. Tlie
. # farmers
, in ,, that
.
ag<! shall reach unto the sowing- at Washington hotels ami boai.ling inv in tfie concrete, as exemplified •
.
.
,
vallev hate p t m from a fourth to a
ture have so amply provhhal. d h< >e
The \\ illrmett« \ alh _. «s not the time; .and ye shall eat your bread to
and oats than in
houses, he has . llowed the lour Airs, mul. r the very «lome o f the Capitol, j tllin,* inore
I. S n s’ T .1 .Y h . I E W E L E E
stnteiiH’iFs ar«* continued by farmers Lugc-i m i|lt. \v,,i «I, but it has a eli the full, and dwell
1
hi*
disgrace
of
Cannon
s
four
wives
^
aliv
former
year,
and
they say it is
in v >ui latul Cannons to remain in Utah, while
in
the
valh
y.
who
only
raise
thirt;.
mate
sin
passed
le
mili«*; it has tlie safely.” There are ¡i number of he attends to the interests of hiscon- " i l l be borne, rather than set a-go- a'l on account of the Grangers. T h ey
ITS THE PATRON \GF. OF THE
u ,» wimii.t>>l. Olii«’«* ««»i bushels to the aere thems«
a,,:| ru‘,“ 'st so*l* *l*o most
productive such farinsj and farmers in iis va - stituents at the national capital. But ing t be wheels of a form o f inquiry are confident o f a good price being
o. l Pm«’ Str«. ts.
utK) 1 v
4l ,
,,
„
.
__\ paid this season.
--‘ I by a eonshlerable number more who land*», and the m*»sl « i r e and certain h v. ami th«' numi)« i s are growing as
oceular demenstration is not ii<*e«x;- Ihat would sadly mangle several » 1
reach forty to sixty bushels to tin* <*rops of any vallev ot the tact o ftl
The Catholics will build a new
rapidly as could reasonably be ex- s.arv to cst;il»lish the fact of their ex- S tiutors and Representatives more
ifiMi o i e h e h o i r s .
acre. A ll sm-li agn-e in saying that globe. The twentieth part of it. is
pected.
distinguished than Cannon.— F<7.*- c-liurch at McMiuuville this summer.
i-tenee. '1’iu-tw«»rthy report e >u-
Architects have already calculated
it
sentii * l”s. 0 :,t S A.
Mail the diflf« ren«*e lietvve« n twenty and n«»t cult iv :it<- 1. :iml vvl.at is cultivated Let it be distinctly
nciiy
i
»onto
in
mind
veyed it t.o the ears of Congress, and
E,spa:,h.
i 1 •s‘-s . • ) ►.
«mie«
i p m the bill o f
lumlier. This
111 ! IN #r , , 4l l";-t » t . 11 « v
" " ,l sixty busiiels of who tf. to thè aere is <*an l»e increased in produetiveiiess ;i
that this vall«*v
t»rod'tees
as
choice
the
mueh»‘!rtrri<*d
Deh’
-ate
has
t
a
«-
i
\
t
building
will
be
27
fe£t
wide and 50
I if N « » f. j ■»itili« fi«ii»i t lu*- rnif-
* „
L
I n Tin; A\ noi.Ksvi. 1 . DvroiiTKB L ine . . . . ,
...
.
.
simply a question o f rullirulinn.
: hundr« d per cent. The vili« v e«jji- fruits
it ,
lo«*s th«! finest wheat,ami made no attempt tc deny <>r e«piiv«»- --T h e re is gentlemau living on the , 1 long,^ vv t. i an extension LU feet
N. E. t h ’(lili 1
A fa»mi r residing in Linn county, tains
S,( <<),(;(.<* acr<
,
^
.. .
,
,
long at the rear for a parsonage.
P >t M .st« i . !
:iiul not that the prospe«*ts of inereus«»«! pro- «’¡it«, as t «i
? 11 .IV
o the number ot chaiuc.cr Northwestern Railroad, nearC.duui- Ai.t.0laing to the plan the in e r io r o f
n«*ar Aibativ, took the premium f«»r more than .•( (),(.( 0 acres are nini« r dii« l i o i i .... 1 Ri.rl. ,.ni»;>,iU,1i,
c 4i
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,
! < i in.-non ami ni„n cultivation an jus ()f the womanly oruaments with bus,(»<*orgia,vvv:o lms thirteen «laugh- the church will be deeidedlv neat and
" ’heat at the State Fair nf Salem, in cultivation.
J lie mean temperatili'«* as cheerin«' and honeful in tli«»
,
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,
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..
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r
u cu i^ n ea ia n a
* FOREST GROVE LODGE. K 0. ISC.
1
»
i. « in i„ nnu nopeiui in me on« vv neh his home cu rie is mloined. ters. l i t huyk* elotlnng for them bv commodious.
...»
l h <- Tin: sanij 1<* « xliibited was from , i
i (leg. Ill spring, Jb u«*g. iti sum- as in the other
I . o . o . T ..
When »lie ]» iiral'tv of Cannon’s tlie »vholesal«*. Thus, when last in
The M oor sawmill on Panther
‘pi *
a live a«T<- fichi; the.seed was oiigi- ! nier. 53 d«‘g. in autumn, and 33 deg.
Let it he reme mix; m l with en piai conjugal relations became
perfectly
Columbus
he
bought
37<>
yards
o
f
creek,
Yamhill county, owned
hy
b i s a t i t s in i.r, e v e r y s \ t - "•'Ey taken from thc common white in wint«*r.
f.,» ■
»ml.iv «Msuiti!». hi i; o'l’liM-k.
All
di-tim tncss ami piominencc that the well understood,it was the
misfor- calico, 100 of lawn.13 corsets,2fipairs AI«*ssrs. S evenson & A\ right, was
«• .*¡1* ‘ Vs <»f ih» "r.l.T in g >*..1 st imbn*.« nr. fall wli«.„t . c m e f d l v selected a n d in i - 1 When
all
the
available
agi
ieultu-
,
lloeks
and
herds,
au«l
the
horses
and
tune
o
f
Congress
to
assume
a
virtu- ‘ o f shoes, tend other r "«Hills
poods 1 in
pnlpor- b . « ™
Monday. •. T T h e , f . i r . e o V,
r i g ® -
T-frl f'ly TfTTÌtf 11.
11 propor-
* « « . ! last
.
....
,
.
mated
from
some
slabs
which
they
by year, and sown upon
iti I l»uvl tiiAN illamette\ all«*\ is under j hogs of this i 'l ) /
will bear a favor- | ,»Us imlignation, and «mlor immedi- tion. F.Rike n.
; f,lthe,s who ,iave i were burning, when a heavy breeze
llU h U Ii
•
w i
, ..
»«.I«. «•«.»,» « ^ » » ¡ . 1 , 11 , ,
,,f | ;llc ¡n, , „ i,7 . W e
« « « ►
only ^..o UnUfin.er. 1.0 |,ai,Uash for I B|.rHli« up, anil M o n it cuuld he
NO. ;to.
l o d g i :
vhdlfort!
r
'
* U
l( ,,llsl ' ° u ilr,ll< ^ s ,l L 1,1 1 1
e - sum«’ kind of stock iu any State 1 cause fumi a period soon after the in- all his mirelmses. Though
an old extinguishe«!
copimunieftted
tho
S í \ M.
“
“
a,
,,
s
waH
"<
W
‘U
sh.,
/
p
U
c
of,
it
will
produce
100,000,-f
in
the
Uni«,
11
.
!
q
tiry
was
start«*
;
down
to
the
cm
-
man,
he
has
never
bought
a
bushel
to.
the
mill.
A
ll
their
efforts
v 1 >i;i>T’ ;RO\ F. OREGON. Meet J els and 55 »«»un« i inxku.i
•»it aver- 000 bushels o f wheat, annually; and
A-# - S ‘,!‘ ‘ l> 1 '
tin Full M .on in ,
<• ... .
,,
n i
.
, T1‘ ore ar(! in sorao
tho States, i rent date, Congress has bent wo-1 o f corn or pound o f meat, but raises b\ * ave ,l ,wero «aavailiugf. E very;
j ,
%l \
" " ' "v-ti’ h. Rr.tliren iu enoil 1 ilr*' °
ism Is an«l H poumls .t o , i when the large number o f 040-acrc j Camula and Great liritUm, a large | fully p„,zk*d as to what shall be them himself, l i e has never atror* | b e A i r ^ ^ r i o ’ th e" Moo“ 6w '
“ * 1 1-2 ar«* iii - it. .1 1 .. aMi.n.i
the acreut weighed C.3 pounds to the, j “ donation” farms that arc
ire now uu-j number o f choice breeds and pure- f done when tlie findings are reported. ; an ouAb, ami does n o to w e a dollar. 1 L obs ubout $1000.
*
B U S IN E S S
C A R D S , .V L O D G E S .
S. Hughes,
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