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SA TU R D A Y ,
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F E B R U A R Y
[From th»* L'U' lm Kch
W e stated a few weeks ago that
B ivt II arto.
Mr. Ilodgin did not violate the law
At one of the watering-trough».
The Supreme Court of California ,
I Tht first snow of the season.
when he delivered the aekage of
in the mountain», we stopped
>eent!y decided m
in a case
oa.se before it,
A COLLECTION OK FABLES AFTER THE Down through tllO Crisp, cutting
at a little clean cabin, and, ftt the
that it is not violative o f good mor A ort/in'ests to the individual to
manner oy aesop .
;\ir of a December day came the
clatter of the mail-hag oil the 1'iosc
al», nor in any sense criminal for a " ^0UI Bw-y were> or appeared to be
big, white flakes, lazily drifting
d.'ino of the low porch, there
publisher to receive a reward for
the iiooi> SAMARITAN.
hither and von in cor, coquettish <
J ., , ...ft ,n()St remark-I
advocating the interests of any man Qur position is denied by the .Vein
A certain young man went from
although no wind was stir- appeared at t; k f ‘
• r P -4 A 4 U A U R D ii» fiR w
n u »uva
ii s’ among
* ttu. Mue-oray ' abl° aPPnratlon a woman, short
or corpoiation ; that the talent of
to u Jer
and f fell
’ stature, and of wiry figure that |
an editor is a commodity like the
Guide for Jannary, 1882: “Àny him, aiul left him for doacl. A <jo<xI o!ou«Is luuketl uovvn in a km»» ^ spoke of long endurance. She had i
merchandise r.f the merchant, the
nuuiber o f sample copie» of a publi-j Samaritan seeing tliis, ciappoli spurs stolid. unveasoning wav at thè
a pleasant, sun-burnt face crowned
skill and knowledge of an attorney,
eation of thè second class of lnail ! to bis ass and gallope.I away lcst he ¡bleak, baro carth and thè tall, with a shock of hair, living in a!
! ) -.Pv1
which it is not wrong to sell to the
, should be sent to the house of de host-liko tree«, whose dead branch- tangled freedom peculiarly hs o\v n.
fts a witn„t.-s wlli!o the rob-
purchaser who is willing to pay matter may bo sent to one address.
i t -
es an<l b!ar k trunks wore sharply lh*r dress, oj t;oh <1 < a .» o i . .o , k d
& L . I
■just below her knees, and left in
M oral — T he re ce iv e r is worse outlined against the Western sky,
a tè lü v e r ,,' pair of high 1
Upon first view this may seem
whose utmost rim was given a rosy
f rom ( iu, sam0 |ut as Her I
plausible. It is not commonly re vertiser or to carry out a contract than the thief.
tinge bv a rav of sunshine that ¡husband's. Th's w man was Mrs.
garded as immoral for an attorney
Under this law i the kind hearted she elephant . shot nn from below the ljorizon as j McNulty, and, ns the stage drivet
to exhaust the resources o f his number of copies.’
A kind-hearted she eleehnnt— if to kiss the earth good night.— afterward told us, was. in her wav, j
learning and genius in behalf of a
individual any number of sample j while walking through the jungle Altogether, it was a pretty suck
n" , untains for her
client who lias outraged the law,
D i l u t e d ’ ,^7V s \ evening.
'.courage. The origin of her earliest j
and to receive a fee therefor. It copies put up in a package and ad- i "
r è Ù i
R°’i,;ging languidly on the vel- |niul to notoriet v dates l ack some |
appeal's to ns, however, that a very tressed to the individual, and tin fVf-, „p /'n° aV A -rid-■ v'V hich she
postmaster at the delivery oflici crushed t> death within a few vet-covered fau!: < •/ that had been .three years. In fmnt of her house,,
important distinction is lost sight
must deliver them.
I inches of the *r.est containing its n’aced by a servant in the parlor on the stage road, is on of the
of, between the cases mentioned.—
«--■■inr-* imi ii ■ «.nw
callow brood. “ Poorlitt!«* tiling- . wi ndow, I '1 rtha Bandoline 1 m M in m >st dangerous points of the inoim-
, . ,
] tain highway, where the road turns
A newspaper occupies a very pe
Quite a feeling is manifested by
- ! ^aul tlio ^onerous marmr-*li,
, , „
¡her shapely hand a dainty volume ! slmriol v rountl a curve and crosses a
culiar relation to the public. It re
the friends of Vaquina Harbor and:
J " - 'y r,',.'.
r oe,n9> nn;l ^rom
liner n.anow and unst-adv bridge Just
ceives patronage anil support from . ,,
, faction shall atone for tlio fatal
the general public upon an implied the Oregon Pac.ue I.ai road because Unseqnences o f my neglect.” So aloud to hersclf- saving the words ! above her house, late one afternoon,
Congressman Georges lull only ask» saving, sha sat down upon the or- slowly and with inSnite tenderness,1 some break had occurred in t ie
M A M FA C TL'U E U OB
contract to advocate the true inter
for 5tC0,0;>0, instead o f a S200.000! plian hiids.
that 'beautiful little chanson bv h“ ™ ’'3 ,"f the ho,8,‘S attiu,1,eJ t0
ests of its patrons and to ’ furnish
' I the regtnar sta
appropriation for Yaquina Bay,:
M oral .— The al>ovo teaches us
tmuel J. Tilden ;
ing down tl
correct information in relation recommended by the State Legisla-: I ";nai
wiumm a mother;
TTi ; a mo quickly, ki.js mo nico;
¡passengers. As the driver
, ! a'so, that it is not everr person who
thereto. The public is the client,
Kis.i me once, sweet, ki^ ; me twice;
bere is not ranch doubt , bou](1
jfrotn his box to repair the damage, j
,.ntnistl,(1 witl, the care
and to that client it owes a faith- \'
i the horses became frightened and i
Kiss mo boldly—is my non^
there is a very powerful in- 0f an orphan asylum,
fill performance of the duty it un
started at break-neck pace down
ITokl f' • t:yv;Hy i t find embroco,
fluence in this State antagonistic to!
To advocate measure*
T.ip to Hn a,'.,! an ! foco to f we;
V N i ) M A T I ' l i E R , S T l ! KERH ] £ .
the mountain. The courageous lit- ; A L S O , « E N T H i i F l l i S l F P L A N
! the improvement of that harbor.— ,
Smo Viin:/ eyobi as blue as s’uto,
THE PRUDENT TIGER.
¡tie woman, listening at her cabin I
antagonistic to the public interests lf „
, . ,
Speaking love that never dies.
g , i í n í T i í ; - , l » i ‘ d * m S h o r t A^ubléd ht *¿¿d
, , .
Mr. George pletlged himself f i l a
I l l ’ iiWH
A prudent tiger having observed
is a breach of contract and of trust
pattern b-, •
J°n»dab,,«l t í » T ‘
bor for an adequate appropriation. ‘ a procession bearing the remains of
“Yes,” said Bertha, as she threw U: . c,,:,
s’,,.],*, the dan- Water Wheel Cover.
it is at the same time an illegal and
»reM «S*Wt«d up 1
Perhaps he has done all in his pow a sainted Brahmin to the tomb, the book on the floor and hitched gor which lav before the helple.s
an immoral act.
in»: “ # M P ud‘
er. It is too early to censure him
up a blue silk garter that had
I f it should bo said that an edi
, ’ his wife, who said : "M y dear, we slipped down to her dainty ankle fore the running horses, by super
until the result is more e accurately | are a]lnost, out of meat, and though
nd flmh o f fowls an t
tor may conscientiously believe that
human strength, brought them
ie that banhor f»r ti,
the deceased, from the austerities of other foot when she started hastily trembling, to a halt.
the measures he thus supports for
his pious life, was in poor condi at the morrv tinkle of the dinner woman, bruised and Wound ■ 1 from
pay are really beneficial to the pub
Í ii¿ I íiu ¿ A i O i 'i
OriTEAU is sentenced to be hung tion, I make no doubt that among
being dragged by tho running
New Brick Si^y m,
lic, his client, we reply that there on the 30th day of Juno next. Tht his surviving fi iends we may en bell. “Yes, 1 love Arthur Ainsleigh
with a pure, passionless affection horses, was carried fainting to her
all kinds oi ijb«« M* «I
would then be no necessity foi bis sentence will lie executed unless the counter others more succulent.’’— that time can never change or de- bed and lay there for weeks, suffer
“ , Miserable
her creaso. And I am to marry him— ing from her more than womanly
employer and pay-master to expend
!5ed, and ii.*£wora“
the money for the purpose of hav cient to justify granting a new lord, ’cannot you see that if wo per- j vll0 so k tely lcft thft boarding heroism. A purse was made up
nut the deceased to be canonized.!
vith ¡ J wealth of pleasant among the grateful passengers
ing such measures supported. It trial. This is not at all probable.
Frames acj i »
pilgrimages will be instituted to Ins veeollpctions and sprt10C g „ m, r am whose lives she had saved, and her
would be tho duty o f the newspa Gniteau is, in our opinion, crazy, toinb. and the producer and eon- vpt 1(nfc R
name has grown to ho a synonym
per, in that event, to use its influ and conscientiously believes lie is suniei; will be brought together m hpnrt(1(, tw o-n ice-ban gs-for-fom - through the mountain for bravery.*
chines and i
ence without other reward than
, dollars girl, and life looks fair and
Oils, a «Bili/“ '®'
that received from its patrons. To Nevertheless his hanging will be a of political economy, hatuer let I pleasant, to me. I h a v e a k in d .in -
ODR'i AXÏ) ¿WNÜtíi.
us, then, offer n chromo for
! dulgont father who has kicked more !
receive other fee would he taking | rnotieI exan)pie for c, anks like him- new pilgrim.
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This prudent advice
Tho azi est man is on a western
additional remuneration for the per self.
comma:»"! ; 1 beuU 1st them ni
tieing followed, the tig r enjoyed a
my account than yon can shake a
formanco of a duty that it would
free breakfast-tabic to the end of stick at, and a dear, loving mother, pae.er. lie spells photograph, “ ito-
fi il order* ¡a | f
there we* «wwh u
There have been onlv :
be criminal not to perform. In (hat
Northern P acific M onopoly.
whose heart will be desolate indeed ; ,a I
io Tribee, and «ear,
M oral .— Beware of breaking the when her onlv darling leaves her— 'three worse than he. One lived i
case, it would he a swindle on the
... t not «h a t the* wot
A FEW REMARKS FROM TLK riNCTN- egg that hatches the go».on goose.
on(J wporn ,;]ie pns watched over out in Kansas, and dated his letters n¿ri5
Vii i s
party giving the reward.
\ .e » ™ ^ | u n t o t h e w a r t . o f
NATI GAZETTE, ABOUT THIS GREAT
I with such tender care T mm the Joys j “ Uworth,” another sjiclied Veiravs-
There is another very material
dehook the duet f
THE WOI.K a n d t h e LAMB.
. o f d im p le d babyjh ood ipdi;,s1 ,. has ,.,0 I . j g - p y an<] tj10 o tja ,r VToto
distinction between an editor and
br.-.ncr tbiS**"* °^*
A w olf one day, drinking from a'seen me grow info a wotnan in ^
, , . ,.
.hey that yearned i (
The cry of “anti-monopoly”
any other class of advocates.—
running stream, observed a lanih . stftture of body and mind, blit who
Give us i t wild beaets »tay
When an Attorni y undertakes the I promises to be the controling polii also drinking from the same stream, »ti’ l has for her 1 ho confiding, trust-1 In his recent message to the leg-
arnaclo, and epread
This Dryer is the latest improve»•• nt in Fruit Dryers, basing been
duty of representing the interests I ical sentiment in the formation o f , at some distance from him
dul love of I ue heip ess inlain *° |¡stature o f Iowa, -;avs an exchange,
patented in Aug i ;t, l' ol. 11 has the lar ; ;t capacity < f any Fruit Dryer '■ s finJ us 1 . eat and were (Serr
of a client tho relation between j parties in the State of Oregon and ; “ 1 have yet to learn,” said
Gov. Gear alluded to tno laci that, gold at the price, mid is the most easily and ec oaomically ojv rated of any you goods and ckey that went fro:
them is oDen and notorious. There in Washington Territory and the! wolf, addressing the kiub with dig- ¡refuge in time of trouble an..l her
urneyed into the hi
while in almost every case of mur on the market. The fruit trays arc raised by an elevator, operated by a
| other future States possessed byLni« ^ “ ¿ « » ’.V- “ 'vhat
you | bosom a place where all the sorrows
LIIB míame ie Asseti.
is no attempt Rt concealment
¡have to muddy the stream fr o m ,"f a childish existence
lever at the bottom, and can bo put in or taken out without loss of the
yhen they had eon
Those interested know just what I .fche Nortl,eln Pacific Railroad and ; w)liel) , am ('.linking
I sobbed out to one who is ever ready ous to admit of the doubt o f guilt heated air, and without exposing the fruit to c. cu d drift. It has also a
in out to meet then
weight to attach to the attorney’s
insanity is pleaded, it is hardly ever feature not possessed by any other dryer, to-wit: It has reflectors at the
‘ ' dab’« neck and wep
arguments. These are confessedly derfully successful 1 statesmanship | plied the lamb, with bland p olite-1 with soothing word and tender kis; beard of in connection with any bottom'tliat throw tho fresh air on to tho furnace, thus heating tho air be
ire with Jonad-i'
ness, “for if you will take the the little heart to which the work
from an ex parte stand point. On that provides a government bounty
fore it goes to the fruit. This is a very important, feature. These dryers
wept, wept alao; a
tho other hand, tho paper, which is j ”° P 'oni,de ^ K’ settlement in new I critically
you will observe that it perplexity. And now, when I am the law require that insanity l;e will lie built only on orders, and order should bo sent in early, in order to
the paid organ of any person 01-J (c n n doi
there around about
iicli at once i is an oppres- ■ q0,vs f,.;mi*y0U to me, and that any ;a stately I canty, with checks of da- --peeially pleaded and 1 tri
tried by ex insure their being filled.
n to the settlers and a hinder- disturbance of sediment here would mask and breath of balm, I would j
ancl that the inquh
The dryer can bo m “n r.t Mr. Paul Ililtebrand’s on Lopkinmute, or nt
then Adam bad n i
persons always conceals the fact o f lslon
inquin' be into
(old ". vatiojx au(j ipak* unt-j
m to the development o f the lie, so far as you are concerned, e n -! willingly give mv life, iov nil, to ,
..augblin s, l j miles north of Buena Vista. AVe guarantee rat
Its arguments a rice
if the dc-
"L e t the oyater 1
|save her a moments pain or dis-
. . . . . . .
isfaetion to any , no v.l o will purdee c a dryer. Orders can bo sent to the
are never based upon the fact that country. But this is what is said
Possibly you are right,” returned i ties» ”
; fondant at the time of the act and,
128 Front Sire«, bn« the men »errant s
the particular measures supported
the wolf ; "but if I am not mistaken
At. this moment Mrs. Bandoline, if necessary, at the time of the in-
ded them even
boasting, blit am willing fur all to sec and cxnmiue for them: elves.
1 v it are for interests of its cra- ification in Oregon papers of the you aie the person who, two years a tall, matronly woman, in every quiry, the burden o f proof being
ron T iu i nd they emote it i
ill down awdymldc
ployer on the contrary, it ever I Net them Pacific under its present ago, used some influence against, me (line of whose ki’nj free shone out ur,on the defendant
at the university.”
rthe light o f mother-love, entered!
a c u:'i*TRosc
avows that what it would have|mnnn'*t!Ulellt'
“Impossible,” replied the lamb ; ; the room
“ Mrs. Smith,” said a lady at a
I IN C ’ O I J I » O I î . V i ' LT I ) I I V
IH G -l.
.hen Jonadab ami
done, will enure to the benefit of the
This company has fallen under
, , „ ., .
the control of ft different spirit freni Two yeau. ago I was not born.
bertha, my darling, she said in fair, won’t you please buy this ho
knew that the oy
people. In this, it practices a fraud.
l I, webl,”
•••..12 '* n
11.1., 11 t’
I I “ <1 Ah,
com- soft, low U nes, “ would it be too
• i*®** .ahnii
What paper would publish to the
I posedly, “I mil wrong again; but it much trouble for you to go to tlv j ,lL'*'r„k> PK ~ ,lu
k‘“ -r i 011
1 hat it WW
;ng. It is how under th must convince every intelligent jier-1 matinee this afternoon, instead of
l Aitmiiiatioo onentenat and they kq*w th
world the fact, for instance, that I i undertai
nntei 1rm uch eaw ryeo..;i
it receives money from Mr. Villani
Rising from tlio fovtcidl, Bertha I Smith. “I ’m a married man.
mu is making the most, j sat ion that 1 am r.ltom x:r insane
to .support his schemes? Such an
•• i'll’, tú» hen Adam te d pn
‘ and consequently not
onsible I kissed ber mother fondlv. “Mv
fr fp> 7S3
•—s r r- ; s - in rra
Lf U •
■ ruv.i'm;« ; before
avowal would at or.ee effectually jof its ‘•normous poWei-s to squeeze for my actions.”
own, sweet mamma,” she f.aid/’vou \
nia,? . 'vko 'stepped out of bed
kill its influence, if it did not lose |the iuhttl,iUntfi' 15-v
c f it
With tifi; ; remark be at once dis- know I would do anything far vour !n.*}^ P1’ *’
u c J if M
i 0 [
did they wot Wb
oil-cloth, says the
j .vast lnn 1 P '* nts tor wa,n !llu' an'1 : patched tho iamb and was tiiumph- tk'ar sake”— and with a proud smile j 'j;1'“ ' ’th. f'f.vs the . occurenc
its public patronage. That very
** * * * T ” ’
fact that the efficacy of its argu-1 b,'anches, it can prevent the build ^ anflv acquit
A M Ü V &8 f
manner £ • ..Von.bIer«» ^
kitchen to heat her erm iping-irons. !lnbr h'îreeze ice-cream by merely
mi nts dep-nds upon its supposed j
of any ««mweting
< i i-i» a 'i a m
’ and CUWOÍ om
! how ciTonons
devotion to the people, and the con
rat Halstead, in Chicago Tribune . 1 ro» » d the I roc nor.
directly the opposite o f that which ¡ '" P « sion in regard to the distri-
0 1 0 .8 4 1 .0 0
cealment of its
T ? " T I ¡■ n tion ofall., v i ..^ and the forma-1 L v , M
“ Shuilge, said a Dutchman wh.o
that such employment is fraud» ! " ,ls ' “ ^nded by the rand lwunty. ;on of Kivil!. ,hU^
\\ bat asking me for money?
. , .
That was to enable tbe b r i’dimr r,f.
replied r Michigan avenue merchant:
u 11 ,laso “ * a I n c o m e f o r 1 - 0 ,
3 4 0 .0 4 1 . 0 0
gV I cbetrfan» r
Ie % consciencelewi and a vio,at»m
. ¡. .
rs an old woman requested him for I'T "’ C '' ku‘*’ ‘I' vvas ar:"-1.‘I n!''l °n a
ment of the
o f good faith. And such conceal-1t c 1 a" and ' N b.anc..cs to pro- THE shark and the patriarch , i werev‘s sale- to < ive her a nicl i Clia:'S° of ; i-n<1cr> Shudge, vheu a L o s s e s , }b ,,l s i n c e o r g a n i z a ! i o n }
1 ,6 3 5 , 2 0 2 .8 4 Htr< ne, whom I
porienced Teacher and»™-
incut is just as necessary for tile i ,not'e »ettk'iuent; the poiicy of the
During the deluge, as a shark was
“ If you p,lease, sir. ’
n," ko »P dot !lu vil1
R e in s u r a n c e R e s e r v e
1 7 4 .9 8 9 . 0 0
ends in view as would be the con- Plvs,' nt management i«_*o wait till; conducting a thank-giving service • “It was only y, „terday I gave ! :■coun»!ivl Lndt a dief undt a shide-
, boko, undt efery day d evay dot he LOSSC ’3 P b ' i
" f i •.««./*•»
has made sufficient bus for nn abundant harvest, a prudent y ou a dime.”
cenlment by an attorney that he has settlement
behaves himself was (1er vav dot ¡
I know it.”
, „ 1 .,., . r
, •, incss to pay for the building of the patriarch lonkr out and addressed
j. E, cooro*
taken a fee fiom both sides, and in ....
. him thus: My friend, I am struck
"And I’ll bet you went right to a adverdizc' lie was a scoundrel limi a
fact the two cases are exactly par- • 1 !
■*••••>.» * " ‘1’ iU'' with vour open countenance; prav beer saloon with it.”
T liia le a d in g
ELI1-- p o p Tilace c o u a p a n y o f f e r s s u p e r i o r
'T t»'ls diuay, and the pen- com,. |nt,> the ark and make one of
’Oh, no, sir.'
Tliis doctrine o f tho highest! P'° o f (Jrc«fon «»«p la in that the ¡us. The probabilities are a falling
a in s t
court o f California subverts the old road takes ono-half the price o f a - barometer and heavy rains through-
bushel o f wheat fur carrying it to 0,k
ri;'-ii"n of the lower universe
time re la ton« of confidence between
r a ie -j
p rom p t and
during the next forty dava.”
the press and the people. It can 1 l!< 1 '*•
t‘"- l" V l U 1 " . '
MThnt is just tho sort of hair-pin I have a trusty boy whom I can
It is hard to tell which is thel l i b o r a l i n t h e a d j u s t xudx
' v filici p a y m e n t o f l o s s e s .
not l»e denied that many papers °
r r-mon po^iy.
[ am," replied the shark, who had send out with n bottle.”
inore ridiculous, the youn^* fool or
have “sold out,'-hut the act has a l- 1 "W hat do you think o f my article ‘ J.1*
rows of wisdom tectn :
“ Did you buy bread or whiskey the old fo o l; but the old fool has
with that .,nt’
ttj>i never be a
ways been deemed disreputable.— , on the political question ?" inquired
Ino,': ?’ ,
. , | die
About six weeks subsequently
" Well, sir. I flipped coppers wid j young fool, whereas the volino fooT P
deposited in Oregon for the further security of
The California court over-turns all | Fendy«on.
“ Everyluxly 1 have ¡ th é ^ ji!WWWW^WIPl(WI^W^%ms
t r ia r c ì. ë ^ m m t e r è d lim > on
de old man to see which'it
which it should I | m m a y M m o d ^ 't e an old
■ - fool.'
o Holders.,n Oregon,
„ r * Washington
this, and gives the sanction of its heard speak o f it,” replied Fogg the summit o f Mount Ararat in . be, and tbe penny fell into n crack j
SuiERvisons OF Q moon B ranch —O.
opinion to what l as always been j “ praises it very highly.” Do thev?’ very i-tiniton-d circumstances.
of the floor, and we compromised
Tie VO is but one thing needed to ’ 'vCrakcn. of 'fiC rak,;, A Cu ' " l ’ V l *‘ iJ° 'V,S’ of 4 ,len &
..v - r soup at
¿ a relimad
* L‘ ^
of Masse,man & Go.;
railroad ; Bankers, Ladd A t iiltoL
justly considered dishonorable.
said Fenderson, eagerly. “ Whom
M oral . \ o ' can t pretty much on gin and a riot which scot him to make
No man may justly adopt o p in -’ have you heard sneak o f it ?” “No- ',“ " a' s ‘ 1 1 '■ !
' ' ••
1 the workhouse f’>r sixty days. I ’ve ; restaurant perfect, and that is the
no one to flip with now, and the oysters,
j., ’*îj* ‘
Manager Oregon Branch
D. E . D 1
tons not bis own, and, forgain, pub- body but yourself, said Fogg, care-
Mr. Bret 1 lane, who hr-' found a mot'» y shall go for the silk stock-
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S p s c iG l A ~ * n t .
licly advocate them. The opinions lessly.
Fendernon says he has congenial ill'.strati.r in Mr. F. y. ings I've needed this» many weeks.1’
Six years figo John Stapleton
ri. J. FERGUSON, A g e n t , D a l la s .
o f a man, whether right or wrong, I learned one thing— namidy, when Church, must be congratulated on
A skeptical hearer onco said to a j came h m ‘ fro,n n0ftr Forest Grove, j
arc a part of his manhood, and tifi he gets a compliment again, he shall his Dew hook; but, considering how
Oregon, and settled on a place near !
forego them for monev is mental i
satisfied to take it as it is given. b'«'at is the ( xrtli of Lonist ls aity
reconcile the teach town And ,■
; „i , .
I i 1,reflt eh M ic t i mftXn rnniey.
l U - h j l 8 1 Tl.'« Willi always Mke admn
? . ,
Hcrc&ftcr he shall not ask for tiar- ^un’
ou- ht not to supplv tic .
, u n town. And now
is al»out to]
. . 1 ' e
chance/ <"r 1,7,,lv ci ISSU
logical acumen, the
‘ ¡cravings o f the public in such hora- lnfl’s of the Bible with the latest leave us, having paid SO,000 for a
• b . i . m » m. r.ry thaï are mfortd. i
au ¡.y, tv! Go th
who do not
r.owxr of eloquence and vigor of
«p a th icai doses.
- conclusion*.of science ?
240 acre farm near Independence
t rimrtin in poverty. W# want J
h- y * an4 f u i» to work for i
intellect aro given to man for the
Mary say* you ca n t come to see
I havn t seen this mornings pa-
«»caliti s. Any one ran «io
from the first start. Tne business \
evoluti, n e f truth, and to impress ' her any more,” said a boy to his
Mrs Duniwav thinks we arc “ too M R " ™ ively replied tho. iuiiiisler.
' ’ p 1" ' His son will tako charge
nary wise«. Extensive
the truth upon others. T o *ay that sister’s admirer. “ Win not?" “ Be- . .
, , .,
' Vv bat arc tbe latest cone.usmns o f 1 f the tarin here. Mr. Btapleton
Lo one «v ho engafej fail to
«oti can devote your wnole
these n.sy be sold ns commodities cause vou co m e te see her every 1
,°,"* * "^ '
A 0,1 we are happy modern science ?”
¡has b e n a good citizen, and tliis
* ’iV^k.nn r >’''' ,nr t'T'Are mnmwtu. Full
« all that 1« nailed Mnt tree.
is to del ase tbe value and d ig n ity evening now, and how could v,,'u 1 to add we are also just a little too : 'Tis easier to bui! 1 ’ two
chimneys county will not be l etter off because at to r n e y ash U > l Xu;. i , or \ t i ■ w
‘ co n e nnv more ?”
‘ big to be caned.
-tln n to keep one in
‘ of h b leaving .—Got den dale Gazette
T a le n t a s a C o m m o d ity .
Another I’hieugo T alc.
A ffloiiutain II. roi.ic,
S A L I
THRESHERS, PUMPS, ETC., EI|
a fa [I l*/rf p" p!|
it Independence, Polk County, Ogn.