Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874, July 23, 1874, Image 2

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    'apparent lini
í 'to First ümy oí a Woman.
ero io l.'.a
of the lire woven >t alow in follow­
i ; in » usury
without any i>
Wit
i.
ing the same instincts of self-prcser-
\ liiUicss
is a thing which girls
gut* - into tl
At present the
vatio i by removal of
even thing cannot ailord. ,0*»Leacy is a tiling
ance for {lie
pi upon
fromme ¡lar to gai^L, and jhc , de- .which cannot lie lost and found. No"
'lieh
is
at tin i
ander, and
tÂctioiÉÊfnta^Xcjlv this fine» ¿v e » art cm f l ifcie tothegrape its bloom
ri his ano uni s i
¡0,(10!)
y:.-;
„ V
lib j^ y , without love, without ]
tllOTll:-
e, without regard, i-. de- j
To 1ft'. a
OUI). Once T?>t thconoto
eosi
itructiveto
all that make woman ex- j
conl^Fíible mío gold, aa l
eluuso for­
1
I
ire
I
;
(
vhole of this g n at r*. erve will
alting and nimbi ng.
me and
ivailaMe to-TjLo* world as is our an
‘• Tli
is will", thus ■ things are small;
re tjian p ? *r-
tauco of about JU miles. -u r-
lcndin* u ....................-nato wlucü
M'i'b ’T
vT. .T
'H i T i f l i v he nothin;.:, l»ut they are all. ”
j
am
prefers this route to the SLito road, j ji;is mm-fi i do with shaping the laiu rate of interest. <»oven.ments such : iccei on of strongt«, *»»»>» i
,«
.
Nothing?
It
is
the
first
duty
of
a
, to
j keep
i /r! mon-
um., 1 wutli the liad on many occasions; so
•the mountains In in " lower, less pie- ^ourso of ho city papers, whilo the .'•o into’ilio mark' It anfl borrow v.n- tirali y, of rrtm r , helps
woman to boa lady, flood breeding j
If is
this uv,mnco>
instance, 1,10
the bad
have
cipitous, and the ground freer horn j cuailtry presa fora like rououu lep re-, der the best conditions they can : cv everywhere cheap. It.
is literally
literally ! 1 hi l,u'’
" au J
iav<> suiTur-
rocks. The summit pass of the
sent the demands of the borrowing mako, following tho natural laws true llmt U per cent, is now tlie av- , ml with the good, ami probably r trat is good senso. Bad manners in aj
woman is immorality. Awkwardness:
itary road, taking Pivi. Cottier’» class. As to the principle involved 0ftrade. Just tho same natural ”
. ..
. Accise- ecctioM ° f tll° citf wouia not have
ofl’ectu- may bo ineradicable. Bash fulness i
measurement, which is undoubted-1 the Portland press is right,of course,
ptui thccitucn, and the inter- L “
sa;nc comlitioh, 1 ax ing the ! ,K CU ljun,!ei1 oi lts Hh,ms 80 tfl
tins <
country
trade I ally
ully aud tlioroughly
thoroughly in the next fifty is constitutional. Ignorance of cti- j
and lw
wo
s;ay this not for tho Sì ‘C’1 ial fereuec
lv curimi, is 1,500 loot nU.'.e thi* I »tu
e say
results.
In .. thi
untry tradì
re su
fennec of the-government
the government, is invidi-Uaiao
inviai
ivs -ii i esne
i. pcoially
is | ! years
years to
to conio,
come, as
as it it has
has this
this eve
evening lunette is tlio result of circumstan­
,.i.... • «.bile patties who have been • benefit
*. th
it U wc ous ;n’
uc .inniimw
;»« vinbifim»
ially is
linfulb Jenressed
th«uì^li
benefit of
of iho
capitalists.,
th o emulai:
in'its
dealings,in
violation ofthe
oi the ! is nainfulh
> it P
E idern States ano iu the space of three hours. So, on ces* A ll can bo condoned, and do l B E E H I V E
S TO R E
wish him wo11, but tor the «p®
over the Stato risii 1
aws of political iconomy ,and porni- thi
'•
i
>il'it of comincicml <
not
banish
a
man
or
woman
from
the
j
M'*
*
1
j
the
whole,
Chicago
has
not
only
had
inti rest oi t:i’.e farming COIuni...
:ious in its results on public mor­
far ox-
to a .i,.
mother big < ov U h y ration, but a amenities of their kind. But self-
sappi
-I
we
derivo
pur
from wlir :n
tis.
ing
aitytiiing
wiiich
has
boon
OCX li
! great purification as well, aud will in possessed, unshrinking and aggres­
W e take tlio ground thaï: usiary î
tuo rovi sii i
ih vieuecd i
In England where usui y laws are
J. B. Matthews,Proprietor.
sive coarseness of demeanor may bo
reckoned as a State Prison offenso,
and certainly merits the mild form
tan tic «Status, it ir< abundant ou tlùs
oi lc sitaiut called imprisonment ful : T he groatast uullmst variety of (fi-nora
v_'o:«.-t, and a c uva» pieni i * iluction 1
life. It is a : hamo for women to be M< rchamliso is k«*pt in the Beo ITivc Storo
through tili« region, is a route which and arc bad morally became they i-^te of interest lifs* fall on, raid ti:< in ih iato of interi t ha ¡ takenj
( '(»Ioni» ; j
lfi Ilio V- * ;
loss ir, t.d¡mated at ? 1,000.- lectured oil their manners. It is r. ’ of any place In (lit* County. This Stun Iu*«
leaves the Gulo’» Crock Military rowl interfere with tho sacred right s c i
¡s satisfactory to ub class; s. y
1 <*» /
there s an nbundauco ot loanable !
littersiiaiuo that they need it. W o - 1 alwa.VM 1,01 n notCl1 i,,r jts Viiricty aml il
a poiûtlSmiles above EorChUìvove propi i-ty and per- mal lil>erty.
Tho rate of interest is solt-ix dilating,
ts'init/s Flt«U be not only not*«! for the extent
cai>ita l iisul wfct ivitlistanding the fam- ;
men
are the umpires of society. It is
/md turns u plleor» H ill to tho right
Esury laws spring partly fron the for every rise in the mie E nds to ilio, tlio inu.au market ii. a* o over- j E ast S ai iix.vw, Mich., July b <)— A
i»f its variety, but fur the
them to whom all mosten ponts
and croêsci» tlie mounUin at a pass, ancient prejudice that it w as w rong h ,sen tho demand and »ower the stock.
match was trotted at Saginaw I)riv-
should be refern d. To be a lady is
Q u a li!* o f its Goods
which according to Prof. Collier’s to charge interest for the u c ot r;lto, and every fidi, to increase the
in g Park to-dav for a purse of
OdEbOa.
more
than
to
be
a
prince.
Á
lady
is
measurement is only 72.) feet above money loan :1, and partly from the j t,Kland and raise the rate a law so
000
winner, i:1,r>(‘0
2,.r)i;0 to t
AND THE
I to thè second and ^1,000 to thè always in her right inalienably wor-
thid place, and consequently but absurd notion that gove rnments comprehensive yet so simple that the
lloindns countV is U5.000 in d M.
thy of respect. J’o a lady, prince
about 012 foci above the t>ca level. could dctcnninotlievalueofthoirown f00i wh0 runs niav rt ad; vet gov, rn-
borse that beat thè be l timo on rec­
Snow obstructs this pa;s only in *>o- money. But gover imcnt.s, inouyu men(3 unwisely interfere w itii it mid j Tinf it'll count a i s divided into ord. “ (¡oldsmilh Maid” won thè and peasant alike bow. Do not be c m : a i » m i s s o f i t s p h i c r
not liavctbe im­
verc winters. After leaving the s um- they have given up the idea, long : aistmb the relations of trade and in- ! eighty school ihst riot fi with I , lia lìrst money in Birce straiglit l.eais, restrained. Do
I n 11 fur CASH, consequently I have
scholars.
pulses
that
need.
restraint.
Do not
they could ’ jure the natural pr
lnit the road will descend an aliuool since exploded,
.'Viiv e>l tlu
no
l <> Ks to make up oil of good cunluuari.
ìmfkir.g theremarkabl time o f *2 :1'.! j
wish to dance with the prince un­
Dallas mIW C: *ir.f*1-, io the I -oi it with
imi>ercsptiblo grade to tho Neliolein re:?ulato the value of their money— j people.
*J:l(ì’, 2:10. “ Judgo Pui!c:r >: ”
•i g iti who reiai*»td e»ight oíliera of
sought. Feel differently. Be such j
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Volley at Big Prairie, distant from have learned that value is relative
"NVe hope that our J.egislaiurc will mar; uigo ila two ( i a * * i ; i j : :l w< »a i i l have was Ilio onlv conte dant. “ Gold-
that, you confer lit nor. Carry you r-; O X E MA NS’ J/UA/71 /*V AS HOijJJ
, »hat lau1 there
this placo about 30 miles. At this i and not absolute—many <-f them ' abobsh the usury law in this ¡State don e even k ite i „ii.
ilGiu
in the jir
smith Maid” broli e o
r C(.¡ ! 1 t î Î 10.
(B 'g Prairie,) the route will join the .-till hold to the equally false nothin next fall.
■ ■80 “ ,ar tba‘
!°'.,k !
AS
heat, but still won by a length.
ii}) to you for reward— not at yor in :
Military road w hrh makes a curve that tkrv can regulate the Irnttuibl>'
(' al vin I ».
Donald , well :known She won the second heat by two
Su’ d.
here to tho oast. Aud ubo the State vainc the interest—of money.
a ; a new si >:tper writer on this; coast, lengths, and the third by four rebuke. The natural sotiment of
AH will f.uo id ike in prices, which sbafi
man toward woman is reverence. He
Ilìi.S si lecce ded ( P. Crandall as cd-
The loanr.Ma value of monev va-
road unites with tho Military road
lengths.
“
Fullerton's”
time
was.
A. IT.Scott, tho contractor for the itpr uf tito Salci il S/tilr. unni.
loses a large means of race when he fttwavs ho TIIE VERY LOWEST they c:ui
at this point and keeps it to A »it ria. rie* jfod as do other values. It de-
2:20— 2: IS -2:1S
mail route from Purest (¡rove to As-
is obliged to account her a being to j be alTurdod for
Thc three routes named are «boot pends on the law of demand and
.
Tho Oregon city "Woolen Factor'
,
„ .
T) • - ,
_ a ,
. | torin, n> about the worst .sol l man is doing a a ova prosperous busine es,
tho same length to Big Praine- dl» mipplv—on “ theproportion between
’
C uicauo , July Bi. -The Asso- «or’s be trained 'into propriety. A man's
F o r C a s h
!
. V
-i. •
^ i| v
i
a
i » that over lived cast of tho 1 tockv and i i being run up t > it »full capac­
miles. But hero it is prupoeea I*} the sums of money ready to be
rop- ideal is not wounded when a woman
estimate puts the t
mountains. Ho contracted with the ity.
worldly wisdom; but if in
Mr. rarkc.i not to follow the Milita- loaned in any market, and the
N ew G oods are coast an tly arriving ami
erty at >ö,0Ud,0ü(i, but ho adds that fails in
Government to carry the mail on
grace
in
tact, in^scutimcnt, in deli­
:1 *
The
farmem
in
Yamhill
and
Wash
¡
ry and Slate road, but turn down tho amount wanted at that time by good
1 n" in;., to the cheapness of labor and
this route for m ->7 and wa ; compeil- inglQii counties will this year adopt ■
cacy, in kindness -Jie should bo At ir ( rtHJilá, G ood G ood «», t i il'ìAP GGOltó»
Nehalem Valley and follow the river borrowers iu that market.” Now
'alii’ornia plan of sacking their matcrial.it could bo reidaced for ^ »,-
ed to sub-let il at over . am ,¡>>0. rlh is , '
i i I '■ L V* Il Lv ] 1 ^ « lie receives an in-
; .*1 :
1 * y
•through tho scttciuentsi’or a distance what scintilla (if right has govern-
aver tlio proba-
wlu it iu ill.’ iield, thus saving the ; 000,00 > \\ Il:cu
WI
L
L
HULL
.
/
HuniU'-m.
w.
id
hurt.--(/
of 20 miles tc the point wlu.ro tire ment to compel Sohn Smith to pay j
’ ¡"s ” u
’’ ,
.mense of hauling it in bulk from 1 ble vilu
ri - 1
I. -
Tim total amount
’ *
f i
vcral con- t h.c machino f > tlu nani.
Militai-) ' road crosses the river, and twelve per cent, interest on money CÜU 1,' c^0a» iaN ‘ ‘B.11 '
['ir\ t * s w».n: :i*. ; im M \m: \ M ist Vîu . j y wilt ab.Yity Is-, p nil tie* Rtandanl Rrnmls
. i : i -, — , i _ i »; i.
in the burnt d i >tri
! tracts for mail routes en this coast
x4 l
then take that road to Astoria.
when lie might borrow for eight or
Mr. U. Tv. Scott,
of Ironton, esiimatcd salvage. s2s2.‘'>_
udiorous :•■(•«'■-- - was witnessed on * 1 of ( i. 0.1 ; nv. l. l»r
to
* :i strl«q ln(««/ritv of pur-
; and also in difierent parts of tho i Pennsylvania, is building a light-
pose
t<
*
dual
a
i
l
would be (Unit by. I,
The importance of tins new route (on per cent., or John Jones to take
Benssclaerand Saratoga train tho
'70.
insurance conqianios, s:
Union. Ilo makes a busincM oi tak- ; draught steamer at ('anomali, for
iivit
you
t
)
myrito.v,
which 1 now chtisteft
i ,.
will be appreciated by
tho public twelve per cent, when he might get
ther dav. A nev i\ marrie d collide
Many raw lmildi
HO
ihc
iug contracts and sub-letting them, t cany :ng wlic.it and lloai • at dead low
the < .ir ami took a scat. Tire
when it is known that the people o f ; fifteen or twenty? No right wliatcv-
•ed. ( nt<
planned and work has (•••!
water
through
tho
Lock
;
and
Canal*
He sins that on the whole he has 1
Nelialem Valley have no outlet, in e er pi jg nu unwiso interference
i w.••iiting t i1 : iaokc, loft his
lm:
Tho dimer, ioi - will k 1U in leiiglh
Julv 10. (I veenb
n. i
made a good thing thi*year oil the e 1
• •
1 '•vadth of beam a. ‘ H fc*, t, and B » ft 0 MV.
State road has been built only throe, with the laws of trade,
l \vout l’ ito tho sino i'll! (Y-Of)v .
d iv e
S to re ;
contracts, and that he had inh lost :
,i i M
B e e
.'I r.
•¡»t! claims that hi-
nto do:•*'*, an 1 V i» • h«v
de b
miles on the Astoria end aud but 22 j Usury laws arc wrong for two prin-
Tlw.
on any contract but this one from
#at will be the* lighted draug’u
ii r. string'« r itcrcd the car
miles on this end. This cud ef tho cipat rossons: First, they do not
earner
vet
built
in
these
waters
tho Grove to Astoria, on which he
i v
J \. (’Ainpln-l
I« ‘¡iiumhi t.r* M t
State road lacks seven units of being , ullow money lenders,whose business
it V P S (■ ,'( )\Y 1, I k ‘ (|l : icily
» iu a
>
r
I,
E
ok
st
Greve.
till S
will lose sl.BOO a year for the time
nc
. v. i ! Itoli-111 Ulie \ 111 « ; *«•r \\ if-.
built to the Nehalem river and the j ¡g j ust a3 honorable as any other, to
of service— four yours. He said
«Ì , and
It ,{i
A. \l J I A T T I I E W f t
she beg:iu to 1»,
$20,000 that was appropriated for the make the best terms they can with
A c eni m y 1. is ! • 011 organi/. ■ I un-
that he wa* f«* >hd in this wav:
load!
i: iia; lining tinit her iiUSff.nd
ad by the Legislature has been j their capital, while in every other
; i* the laws of Oregon, h nm g it»
road
r. Nov. 1Ì7 1**7^
u*io\*
. . . .
. ,•» ».
l
*
, : got hold oi a mai) of the countrv
rir.u,
•
al
b
¡sin«,
s
¡
oflic
in
(
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u’v.i•
1
¡s,
,
g
i the a*n
- nily
epeu
icnt ana
it is not liken iiuii uie , department of bnsine->s men are ul-.r,
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, ! tlirongn xrliicu the route lie» and saw
* e to sell t . goes
ir tb ■ prrp«>.*c of i Oust nicling a * c m
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toi
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iople will go down into tacn pocu- ( lowed to exchange their services and
.
, .
,
, .
peopl
are filli or while t u< \
vc
Gem i li jo i arrow gang'O railroad from Corval- oon
.,, Î iy ivclin'* d t»11 lii i 1)1cast.
cU for anothcviippropriatioii :or tai» j and products without hindrance. a road marked «ml as
Lane s ( treat ?d¡ht irv oad/’ami ho 1 i to v.iv navig.-.ble water.» ui b* qui aro on tin ir my out. All e Star
i ,, sbaiiill oist red.
route
soon, in
d tac
3
utvsoon.
iu fa
¡act
Uie h«aie
ioa<i| And second, it is a false notion, and ^
(
, ‘
iuu cturc th:
a b «v, i « co aia .1 there with ocean
*
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A'..l 1
ui*).
Hope w ill :
eie m ili buy (
)vl ia mute is tou is 1ìiììC Jit in
: ' . midi ailii g v ( s e i . In ili
would
tL
Hild do the
Nuliaiom couutry, t x- ricvniinons as false,that the loanable
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.
,
,
,
. wagons could pass t, cairyiiv,
.
, ctn • i
i by th <• q : nv it
t! 1 ;util til«* 1:i. it a wo 1
ucf
and. Ú ) « « S T 0 R K ! J l'S T O fE X E D I
ccpt
pt tlie
the 1
low ci I ait, Lm i.its 0<xn.», value of money ran l«o made uni-
. ,
'the J ra
ill* i 1
11*. 1 ' Hi : , 1 f • ) (*\ t « ’11 d 11-:C l*i >;• I
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., fi,
.
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: tho L. ri. mail would l a sort of ea-
propose
•
V « he situa :ion , tilerv ¡ r ck i:i
for r it do
doua not p.ifci ^uro..gu «*.1
fonu; for value is relative—is the re-
,
( *r\.'tili*. tiirongh “ the ca iern \v * t ! i w
I sy-gomg thing, and sujuais d timi
ioní, i. lili used W’ tll l>iushc-s.
tlcincuts at nil; it would cro s the snltant of the desires aud efforts of
an*I
hoiunern
}■.,»*• 1*1 iía ¡.¡ h L u , 1 hit
I he could Hub-lot tu sóme >«Ooi' who I
•
•
t .plaint«*1, liusl *und was
river, if built, above the battlements two persons; or to bo more exact —
a!"* ruing to all paris of the great
'IMI
chopper with a.o^nsa in iiii » coumy \ " mòtti a hr<
Oil
w
«
IV
Alii
an
id
indenenuent
i-i
jlied,
and
wife tried hard to ap-
and take the ALilitavy road aud cross * ‘ -Tr'?: uruATio's of aivtt ' ai . itkcii . vsi : us -
I at a bargain of throe or four hundred o ){•*.< ;• f<>- *.h*- iievatt.
to
i
)
he
presented
uirAiiu/oncerned. 7 7*« >-/1 An.
thp river again some 20 miles below; T\ri i-mm t v Excn'iKc.n bf - tweex tavo i - j ,,
I !\ t î i m v, l ;iititin*r, corner of Oak ftBu
)oar. i o hr. amn/.cmont
Gli
c
.
Church
Commi
—
i Elm Avenues, oppusiL the' Congre
Tin iridiTiT now b. in*: unit :mv<
besides the rouuC at this end woum ai nvu rs; and when government at
». * ! * »V Ot ilC
, ,, 1
The pmniiiHMit ¡>ious women' oj 1 gattonai .lmrdi, Eor. t Gmvi*. Ongon,
he learned that there was not e ven a the AVillann t at Spri n "field wil 1 be 1but 1>y tho adviiuo ()l t ru . iitl.-l
be blockaded with
mow Par six , tc+npta to make monev interest uni-! T'-Vi
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1
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n-
;u2i are described bv Norlia Ber- I
1- of immense value to tlu* po i > i * 10 oi 1with] ieM
, i i » , ins
:.
lu it ho d tnies all
months m each year and u» pi ecipi-, form it transgresses this gfeat law of ,
»
f
. .
as
“ givi n to laiikiuess, slinkiness,
a
Lit 3
i {V-'iïess as it
.
i-
. ;
°
i he red raii've nL iiUiiiiitiLiiiK. iinn
1 I n roper int :m:icy with an­ ali 11 «. m d-down-in-tiie-back ex-
'CS
of
ii
cha
*
1
tous and bad for driving stuck or . the variation of values and interferes
i when Küstern folk > bi l for contracts; will toF.ugcne and th mil: a l.Tli .(¡re
-. lull.''
Tilton.
will be two span . in t io brill-.ro of Ho
teams. The new route would pass ,
natural laws of trade. Grow-1
i* «a-a-rr
for
the
mail
service
on
this
coas.
i
eat.}i
one of
2 5") fe d and two
right bv tl 1C* liOOi iv ui t.iu settius, j ¡nf,ou^ 0f theso two considerations !
i lias ltnpacked ft lftrgo mwt wt-lt-si4ecte»i*stoOi
G at . vi : st < > n . July 17. Maj r .tone
i
they
would
do
well
to
iuvt.stigalu
the
I
¡»¡»1
,roaches
of
100
feet
ca«-h, it is th
«A «T
of
save the establishment of a branch are two other reasons whiclicondomn
ku
1
127
Kiowas,
with ! men. att;
m
c
Q
R
E
Ä
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Y
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V
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m
flint M
.ur. A. S. !
and
postili route in tlie uppe r .settlement, 1 the usury laws. In tho first placo I country through which the route ! Smith tries» patent,
Miller, the oversee;*, thinks it will be j Comauehe» and .\j»aches in Lost
‘ passes.
Dll Y (KIODS, <'LOTIRXG, HATS;
I h A
wouldpMBOver th • *
*•_••' ^
they are rarely obeyed> except per-
j conq-letc 1 iiy l'io first of September, j Valley, Jackson County, killing'
L 'o m 'ii n a tion s.
FA S C Y A IiTICLES, dr.
The Company will then commence a three and wounding three. He lost
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•ignificant alup1 le, insuring an o}vu j o
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j -^j 0 joanej . anq a ]aw
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' bridgo across tho McKcuzio, on ilio four men. The fight lasted three
FO R E ST G RO VE OREGON.
Holladay and-the O. S. N. Compa- ' Albany road.
road the a oar rou.n 1 i\c- pt pemup» .
js 1J0^ ^eiiera]iy obeyed is in-
hours. Tho indians wore routed,
ANI FACTt'KEU AND DEALER IN
ALSO
kavo
mado
A n O ueiion Wui'AT Sun* Ij< 1ST AT lmt pursuit was not deemed pru­ ITE. all li i mis uf
comprotnibc
one winter in 1 x*'!\ u u.
j j urjOUs
publie morals and ought nv
Family Groceries and Prorikivns,
Mr. I ail.« 1
J.iat as soon a. il j to bo repealed for tho public good, and now this company <p)cs Hoi- j S;: a .— N ewswas received in this city dent becauso of want of force.
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trail is opened ru tm » m. a ioiuu tlie j
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sccond placo usury laws laday’s carrying on tho Lower Co- ‘ last night that the barkriilver Cloud,
TVIIOLFSAI.lt AND llETAtL,
C hicago , July 18.— Word has just
SADDLES, BRIDLES, WHIPS & Lash
pooplq of Nehalem will «oon con- ; ftrr a , V:g c,;1 ( ,f dam legislation lumbia. Tho Willamette Tn.nspor- ¡ from Portland, Oregon, for (Jueeus-
been received by Lieutenant Gen­
Gnu t a wag«ni 1 .1 mi 1 1
sani' . wj,jcj| tven does injury to tho class tation Company lias united with the 1 town, with wheat, was abandoned at
; „ Riqiaii iniqironqitly attuialul to.
eral riheridan that Miner, in the Sem­
llARD]YAHn, rJiOrivFTlTde., de.
nlSr?
('oilier who for which it legislates! They aim
He 1 ;as requested l
| I'armer’sDock «and Warehouse Com- 1 sea in latitude"50deg. 28 min. south,
inole country, has been lighting the
1 lias bee 11 over most of 1 .¡e 1 u»utc to ,
borrowers to make easy loans, I pany at -Vsto..ia and propose extend- ■ longitude 8 > deg. •>! min. west. No
Indians for two days.
F o r e s t G ^ r o x jc
-how it to him, and the Professor wjlc.n jn facj. oftentimes thev either i
^1C J,>c^ and enlarging'tho ware- '^‘do or other particular given —S .K
nil
In fact, even thing to be fourni in ft first
G
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vfstox
,
July
18.—
A
Sherman
( 'limnii h‘t July 1 Uh.
will do so.
u lr s Variety Stori».
prevent him from bon owing at all or I house. They also have made pro-
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special says the Indians and a band
rhe citizena^f For. st Grove and
greatly advanced rates of inter-1 P0Si**^ ^°r ^ho building of two b ir-
of rangers collided in Kingsboro co.,
T E L E G R A P H IO !
Galr’s Creek will not consult their est. For if his credit b*o a little ! o c's ^or carrybig grain on tho Lower
S a s h & . D o o r F s s c to ry
yesterday, aud the latter wore victo­
own interests if thev do not materi- weak he is unable to borrow at the j Columbia. J licy proposo to make it ¡
A. L. JOH?iS(^N,Proprietor,
rious.
The
ranger
lost
cue
killed
Ma'infact'u ur ¡.i*.il Di alur iu
ally assist Mr. Parker to open this egal rate and is compelled to pay ' Pecu^ aik\ tiopicalfor the O. ri. vs.
and several wottnded. The Indians ITE X n 1 RE,
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Company and Huliadav who have
My gfHKis vere k levied uqiressly for (liU
! «uce avo „ tho . lender
read. Once r.y.< n#*d to t!
a much higher rate of in -!
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SASH,
CiiiiAuo, July 1 i. The fire limits j whoa
•k< d u\ 111:: s rauen in Lost
i
market
and I shall nlwnys keep up a full
- « 1« 1 *w. »
«1 i combined to suck the blood out of
could command, to a great extont, terest to compensate
DOORS AND 1’.LINDS,
him for th e !,. ,
. assortment making
on the south are at No. i!S State j valhy, were juiv? ned by a band 01
CEDAR,
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| nU farming and trading community,
tho trade of the Ni haicm country. ruik
and odium of violating the la w .1
0
ITR .ni.l HARDWOOD
FASH TONARLE CLOTHING
' street, near Harrison, on
\\ abash , cavalry, but defeated them, and Ma-
Futhormoro imn.igration to Nehalem Furthermore if the law makes the I
1. I'M HER, «VC., «VC.
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avenue,
and
No.
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just
south
of
I u prominent fejitnr«* ill my store. Mj' r « k *(U
I J'»r lone their couinuinii i
would be compelled to go on this rate of interest too low, holder? will ; Great A b u n d a n ce o f Monev*
j
are all «nr, my suUM*H«»a buy and i«>*i?
word last night that they
rlaiiiiig, Tongiie and Grooving,
rout©. Immigrants wouM i < ver take
I'ujhlal, and my
use it themselves who would other-1 The Jluxler d Drpo.Alor, a
and A-V 1 inn
rounded,
Turning.
Scroll
and
K«:
Sawing
tlie Columbia river r ut' 1-y Astoria
wist have loaned it, and so interest- j lately started at San Francisco ives bash avenue is tho only point where distance from tlu* post.
Done to Order in n
to Ncbaloir., with this road oj « th *1
1 uhaneed and tlio borrower is C'th- the following cheering view of tho the firemen arc operating,
I OU men were dispaici
■’iio’ist C l a s s S t y l o .
PH ICES LO W ok lh<‘ LOWEST
Monev given to this enleri)*P' v. onl 1
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or compelled to pay a higher rate,or I financial prosperity of California:
«ceno
of
;action,
siiice
wt
DOOR and WINDOW FRAMES,
bo bread east on tho waters that
not borrow* at all. rio we have j At no time since tlio Franco-Ger-
'LONGER and GRO()\ 1.1) FLOORING,
lias
bee'll
rcc'ivod.
would return, with increase.
ELATN and RESTIC CEILINGS
proved that usury laws aro a disad- 1 man war, and tlio consequent crea- Clark streets, where w »rkmen were
MOELD1NGS,
r hiini/r to the borrower instoad of ^10U ° f !l gold standard in Germany, mixing materials which exploded
r m irra of Tin* T i . mikhani
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W u M iin a to n C o u n iy P a ir
BRACKETS
«' Anihuf hini, and their disadvantage !
suspensi on of specio i>ay- i aml cause 1 the conilaerutioii. On sA!ii'.-~The records of the Interna
RALCSTERS(Tur*ird and Scroll).
mtl^ts in !• ranee has there been uuy-
,
,
j
Levenuo
Liiicau
shows
tuai
the
late
also
I n* ,
t
msfomers and nil in this-
Wo acknowledge the receipt «J is greater in proportion as the law is I n,;nfy i;i.n ,1
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money tn< south the an; leached nearly to temporaneo crusade affected but verv Stair Balusters and Newell Pests, I vJnitv th.* i„Titati.*n Lt.» ••eomeaud see.-.’
Eoiiutiiutly oil lnui.laDiliuatlut.» Or.li i*.
the premium list of ihc* A\ ashingt-1. ( obeyed. It is not nccessarj' to prove , that now prevails. Throughout Jackson, and within a block of the | s!i ffitlv the consumption of liquol*
We like to show a«), il, vlu tlieryou jiarchaso
or nut.
County Agricultural Society to^ be ( that they aro disadvantageous to the j America, Europe, and the East there I Palmer House. The St. James i s ! i:i this country. During March last
71IO.SE W H O
CONTEM PLATE
awarded at the Eight Annual Fair, lender
wlien
tho
crusiide
was
ai
its
height,
dui for that is assumed by thoso ■
rcdiu-ted employment tho la, t house burned on
St
.a. liuil.’ in^ iutliis vicinity
State
lor money m trade, and tlie name I «.
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tho special tax on liquor saics wai
to be held at the Fair Grounds at who o mako those laws
Superior Induccinonts are offered !
re-
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prospect o! a more than average :itrcct‘ lh o ^struelion and
but f'8,000 less tinnì fui* Ilio suine
Hillsboro, beginning on September
I f it is good for tho State to com- j yiehi of tiu *
,
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- important crops. I muovai of goods and furniture arc, iu monili of bSVM, but t ! io cxoiteniei’.t Fur cv< rvthiii'.** nrccRXiiry to the Erection'
Coin]¡'.I. ¡ion ;«n.l fnrnisliiuK of any
28 and continuing for fivo days. pel money lenders to loan at a cer- j As regards Kumm*, the claim is very , all probability, as great as tlie aclu- evidentlv mudo thè di dillers l’ear iti
‘ •uii.ling can I h * leni ¡«t
The list of premiums is extensive tain rate, why not make sellers of striking. In Germany thu guld j 1 loss of buildings and property <le- elfcct, l'or thè production of liquors
this Factory.
Highest Market Price paid foi Butter
duiing
Marci:
was
1
ss
i»y
«80,(»00
gal-
and shows tho enterprise of our cit­ ' other property, a. cattle horece,etc.
j etroyc.1 up to l.aii-past e ij. t , for it
and Eggs
Mv ìaaehiH'TV is
lvins. The rceeipts from bulli ]>ro-
"
-dOp^tuei made-
» , . m,, i ,,* .,< w:v i .*, *,
izens. W e hope that this Fair will be sell at a uniform rato? Tho princi- , . « «
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quale to meet th«* then inibiteti cun ' tilK('8 ,),u *l moueiaie-sized lire now diicers und
ot
Ih
¡lini* siili
Au.l llu* work ilout* will la* «»f
well attended by our farmers, w ho pie is esnctly (ho seme. Ho then dition;of the
,10w promi,,-1 .l-*laya to ret ehiu.;;o people to clear-1 March luiva stcli.lily .„-.vase,., »...
SUPERIOR. STYLE AND
FINISH
should be now raising farm products our Legislators uho M ic r o in ausu- cs to be ample, au-l tho mints luivc 1 ins out their s o u l, :m.l clu.ttoL.aml now nearly roach the ..1.1 limit.
their labere. In France
.
to cotn}>ete for prizes. Such emula­ ry law w ill please take a note of this ceased
am
ibuilt
every sturo «*ilong
( 'a ll and Eviutiuu*
tion is worthy and lias a practical and next full give us a law setting a i iucon' < lt1,ll>ll. !H’te ‘drcidntion, of a y *.,} i
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and
Stato
street,and
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ft
>!’» * purufi.i-. .« cLowhcre.
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i magnitude which literally cheeked "
a\cnu
Ü .* is
timt, t« »i >, a h u n.orous pomn
utility that should not be ignored by uniform price on cattle, hogs, ftheep, i (];e i,rc;,«jnlJ,, ol
q, ,
.-, J.limbi \wl Ibnblìj-J Mute
‘
Sitting
as tar nor:
Monroe, was remov- said to have re ¡narici d timi ho was
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A. I U N M A N .
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I has pa^.ed into i.udi a u
the proudetit or the humble d citi wheat, butter, etc.
11 o:
u«- tat I u . ».
Fuivjf
Grov
()r.
Nov.
7, ls7J
valuable living out of eli arity t«> the midi i ta
\ lit* » . B ! ; ««-.i i ^ e
And if usurv laws arc so good f *r proporiioi: to th:
’ 11 . M
zen,
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to
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liv<
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wh
i
wi
diet
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afetv.au«!
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tsüs
luiciuy giade ami coiapaiatiu *s in-
}u country districts wberemon-