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Strictly in udvimoo.
Two Dollars jxr year; W iollar for
nix months ; Fifty Ceiii for three
month. iSinIo copirs Fiv't Cunt.
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COWING S. COWING,
AlTilKNIlVJ AT LAW.
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iiimm AND CUtlNSIXORS AT LAW.
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U. E. HAYES,
, .Y AT LAW AND WARY PUBLIC,
c ; .'on, City.
1 iti .l.tlta iirar Cniirl Miniao
F O. Mt.COWN,
Attorney nt Law.
'r j'ni City, Oii pm.
! . .si I Husinoss n Spocinlty,
I A Mr!iK. A. H. IMIKHHKH.
MoDniDE A, DRESSER.
Attorneys nt Law.
ImIih' in Jun:iir lllm k, Ori'iiuii City, Or.
A ). Kll VR. HIHNKV HUM II.
FRYE & SMITH,
(lil CriKlnoora and Surveyors
1 1 1 1 ni'ii.lv oin"itu Cuiirt llnimn.
i Hl (i(iN CITY. 0 KM (IN.
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U. E. FERRIN. M. D.,
(tin City, Oregon.
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J. W. POWELL, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
n ut Chin mail & (Va Diiiu Sloru
rill )N CITY, ' OKKUON.
i IS, SMITH & DARLING
' uIX CREEK AND EAST PORLAND,
Ench nlto'Tmta Wfiok.
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I'll rout iimiln u Specialty by
BANK OF OREGON CITY
Paid up Capital 850.0CK).
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iiikh CHAM. H.CAl'KIKUi.
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AIR DYEING )J1NGL'ING.
.Sharp Hiuorfltt (.Moan Towcln
Lnilicn mill i-ht.lr'ttM Imiroutling
Ilot uf mill Imdm nt any timi.
25ct3. BATHS 25cts.
Griggs & Gaiter.
Opposite the post Office.
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liri.Hr, or Iiriiia, )uu rail tlmliry
'v rallinn in u.r.
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FOR FIRST CLASS LUMBER
Geo. S McCord's Mill
nil Mt. PlfltXallt 2 mill' KO'lth of
On gon City.
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baallilanit.il l.lu.ra. lainra au.l (Maart
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lil 'l Alaa lainlaW Wllaaukr rhlraf n ana
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I'rtictienl irrhilirl$ J JluilJtri.
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lalla. au.l BwlSrall..na ! all tlnila ol builj
lull. Krlal allnilli (Urn lu mralrm ru
laiaa ktllmalaa lurtilahnl no a...li-allna
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II. V. MAY, J. J. CIMikK
3IAY & COOKE
Denli'm In (Jroci'i lcN k Produce,
Oregon City, Oregon.
.1. M. UA(X)N A- SON.
Htxiks and Stationery
POST OFFICE DUILDINC,
In prcjinri'il to attend promptly te
work entruHiod to him.
ratroniige ri'H'nctfully Bolieited.
M. H. Flanagan,
irKKPH (IN II AND 1'IIK IIKHT BKI.KCTION
l ul M liica, l.liilnr, Ala. Iliiar, Ac, to W
Iuiiiki in tna mala, in ui(ii-r.aliiaiii lllnit
(llvii uio a call.
M. II. FLANAGAN,
Livery, F.wd and Sulo Stable
I.OCATKI) llKTWKKN TDK UIUIHIK AND
Dmiblo and Sinulu Itiird, and sad
(Uo liorniH always on hand at the
lowi'Ht pnecH. A corrall connected
with the harn or 1oon Rtoek.
Information roirunllntf hiiv kind ol
itoolc protiiptly HtuuiiluiJ to by pciBon or
Horsos Dought and Sold.
Turn' art an (rat 1 1 a Ihliif. Hum Raw Year" li.aau'
Tlit ";a ra.iiliitiim i.mI," I la
Va Imib alirralu I nua lliaa han uulirnawt,
HIdiJiIiI lar a III) u a bark "Ira.lla '
W HO M HOI I II MK TO UUKt.OKt
Tho AdU.riuu, in itn New Year'ii
piliton, contained thin ertinont
Tim in I i tor uf thia aptr in dully
in re'ui)l of lottn of imjuiry from
nearly all mrU of th Un
ion, in rtfi'r'iu:e to the probability
of Dnnnrial mmccM in Oregon. It
i a lm.l iniiiti r on wbiiih to
ttivo gio.l individual advice. In
gminrai it d-jjfiulit au much tijiou
the mm hiinm lf, whether ha mic
rrtU. - Hima hum can- t along
anywhere; othxra would tind ditli
enlly, call the ntate Orron or I'enn
ylvunia, or To inn or Illinois-.
There in more in a man than
there in in hia aurroundinn. A
man that ii looking for a "oft job,"
would do well to utay where he ia
now. IN' would be dtapointod in
thin country. i'uile work junl aa
turd bi ro aa tlu v do in the Miaaim
ijpi valley, or in the eantfrn etatoa;
the only dilfi reni-M in that they
have more to uliow for their work
here. Hut thuro are no tiny pltcea
hi rw. What it ini-dixl moat by a
man coming lu re, i a di t-riuin-
tiou to tnkr) hold, and go to work at
the nmt huiu iit work that offers. It
may not be the work that tho man
i brut litlad for, but it btata noth
ing, until Boiiirtliiiig better turn
up. The young man who cointf
here, eijHvting to pick up a nice,
cany job will lie dinnpoiiitcd, and
in general, the muu who coinca
here, exMvtiiig to continue to work
for wage, will not get ahead rery
fitut, The groat charm of the life
here in the opportunity for gcttinj
ahead amounting to xunrthing,
that thin country aiTorda. In the
more thick Ir Bottled I 'arts of the
country, a man niiuit have a great
leal of ability or a large capita'., or
a 8 h1 deal of influence, to get
ahead with anything like ajieed.
Here he haa to only put in practice
the homely virtues of honesty, in-
duntry and aobriety; attend to
whatever he ha to do, and no mat
ter how poor he may bo at the
atari, if he trie he can after a few
yeara eteady exertion, find that he
it independent, or in a fair way to
In thi regard, two yeara here
are worth ten back in "the statue."
lie a man can aoon get into nome
tliing for himself. Ho can eoe
opening! that do not exint in the
community that ho left, and it is
for him to tay whether ho ehall
avail himself of tho chance, or let
some quicker and more enterpris
ing individual tep in. In this con-
sinl this country grat auerior-
ity, the ojuality that exirtt, and the
opportunity alTordcd every man
that wants to, to amount to some
MILLS IN ItlSSll.
A great impetus has la-en given
to Russian industries within the
last ten or fifteen years. Thus, in
1S75 all tho cotton mills of that
country contained alsnit 2,(XX),tXK)
spindles, while there is now, accord
ing to the latest rejH.rts ll.VXW.OtX)
spindles, divided between sixty
seven mills. Tho nundier of cotton-
weaving establishments in Rus
sia is sail to be 433, giving em
ployment to more than 80,000
hands, tht total annual produc
tion being 'estimated at 5tl,(XHl,(KX)
roubles. There are also sixty
eight mills for spinning woolen
yarn, employing nearly 5(XX) hands
and producing goods every year
valued at between five and six mil
lion roubles. The carpet manu
facture employs some 800 hands
with a product valued at half a
million roubles or more; while 1D0
works, averaging 100 operatives
each, are engaged in producing
light woolen tissues. Ti e flax in
dustry is also prosjierous, and there
are twenty-four spinning-mills, in
which 21,(XX) hands are employed
and which have nearly 200,000
spindles. Silk manufactures have
been greatly developed and im
proved of Into years. Tho pro
vince of Moscow counts about 150
silk factories with nearly 11,000
hands. There are about 600 dye
ing establishments, employing some
30,000 hands. .
Salt can bo obtained inltwtuity
five of tho states and territories.
From this it is to be readily een
that it , would not take lWgto
wreck the trust even if it should v
TE1 A ('It EM KMUM.
The Kern County C'aliforniun
ayruwi.T vi.i ii,h .
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ptibliahea an account 01 a uimly of i
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nino rwrsoin father, mother I
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seven chiMi-on who Jitive Jtve l ;
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nioiiui moi v nnu uut ut iiioiht i'r
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working a farm of one and a half I
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started in with six cow, a mure in'
foaland twelve fowls. They had .
besidss money enough to put up a
small house, a corral and shed and
to fenco the p!ae.
milk, cream and butter, vegetables,
eggs and spring chickens, and by
hard work and close economy they
manaired to pay their grocery 1 ills, i
o f. isl nine inoi'ths and to incr sse j bind gra i
their poultry stock, o t-" 'd. ib'-.-friL' 'i
Xeat yaaf. tinaf will hava a t,,A .,' Ctnn-r ...
saline calves ami an iucrea-wd qiun-1
tity of early vegetabk-s for sale, Wlna,l L
sides eggs and chickens. ''la
beat tho Jerseymati who wrote
"Ten Acres Knoiigh."
There is a lesson in the story of j
this man which new-coiuors would '
do well to lay to heart. The trou- j
ble with almost all thoso who do- j
vote themselves to farming is that
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tney purcuase too mucn lanu. i ncjr i
would have N'ttr success and few-
t-r disappointment if they bought j
a smaller holding and turned it to 1
U'tter tveeouut. An acre is a large
piece of ground, if every foot is to jas a day of field trial of straw bind
lie made to yield up to it full c.i- jers. under this offer, but at that
pacity. The most thorough farm- j time not a single machine was
in tho world i now to be seen in i ready for field work, and only one
two and four-acre farms in North j
(lermany. Men crow rich on su !.
holdings, but they do a-i Ixvauae !
they art familiar with a-uentiln: j
fanning, aro masters of the science
of manuring and cultivating, and
allow not a single s iu tre foot of
land to bo wasted. Many of our
farmers grow poor on 1"0 acre j
farms btvause they are ignorant of j
their business: amL anv war. thev !
hav more land than they can haii-!
dla .- -- - - - -- -- ,..a
The ideal farm in California to-
day should not exceed ton aers h
extent Half of this should Im
planted in vines and fruit trees,
with small berries between the rows;
tho rest should bo divided Is-tween
a farm yard and a vegetable gar
den. If these two are properly
handled they will support the fam
ily until the vines and fruit trees
come into bearing. Hut an infinite j This binder seems perfect in all il
number of considerations should j parts, more simple and easy toop
wuide the farmer in laving out his ! crate than the twine binder. The
place. He must make sure that
his land has water enough; he can
not thrive if he only averages a
crop every two years, nor can he
i cot to do w ell if his land is sub
ject to inundations, which create
swamps and breed malaria. A gen
tle slope with southern or western
ex posure is probably tho best in
this meridian. In choosing his
young trees ho must remember that
the dearest at the nursery are gen
erally tho cheapest iu the orchard.
Hut in this matter of vines and
fruit trees each variety has its con
genial soil. The planter must find
out by consultation with his neigh
bors what fruit and grapes do best
in his locality; those and those only
ho should plant.
Tho kitchen garden should bo
devoted, first to such vegetables as
potatoes, corn, cabbage, turnips,
etc., which will supply tho family
with food during tho winter, and
next with choice vegetables, such
as cauliflower, okra, fine beans, egg
plant, asparagus, etc. which if
raised early and of high quality
will command a good price in the
markets. Tho strawberries, rasp
berries and blackberries raised in
the orchard would likewise real
iio Botne money.
Our HaVersfield farmer seems to
us to have had too many cows for
his farm: three would lie enough,
as they would have to lie stall fed;
but he strangely neglected to buy
any pigs. A few well-bred hogs
will bring in money. And ho had
much better have divided his jkvuI-try-yard
between turkeys and
chickens. There aro 'two common
articles of food which are dearer in
this State than anywhere else in
tho Union; one is poultry and the
other pork. And tho anomaly is
tho stranger as thcro is no part of
the United States where pigs and
tpoultry cnt bo raised more cheap
ly than here. California is the nat
ural homo of tho turkey, yet all
through tho season, when people
in tho central valleys get their tur
keys for 10 bents a pound, we have
to pay 25 cents on tho average
this wintcrlcss region actually buys
its turkeys from Iowa, where they
IWvo four feet of snow.
But after all is said and done,
and the fanner is located on ex
act !y tin! riglit spot, which he has
! pluntwl and ntwk'd in the riht
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ujx.n tin I c intelligent work. .Na-
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tnr d.xH much for man: but he
; exacts that.
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the reward cf
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her bounty, he mut contribute of
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of h,is own labor that which is most
earnest aid most pi'ti-ut.
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Last Janjiiiry Kf Illinois State
i range, mi,. I t'mieto by the in.
oMiiiatu gtv.-1 i,i
T I. .
1 ,! lw twino trust. i
and sek if -
fi red i) i jrl
therefrom, of- j
succesnful and j
attachmetil to j
'raw the same to '
rly of tti.- Mate
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h hand, htiS issued '
ri-isirt.'r", ilutthcy bad "re
,t.,.jl )l,'::i,'t-J,M fmu ron i
I wishin -.t j .cnUn t for this nri 1
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from ( y. -- eu(.- and territory in
thi Wtl ..' n1jl from Canada and :
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Auiu-,.i)( fchd for threj days;lne general desire
looked over and minutely examined ;
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mo moii. is. urawings ana speeiiica-
tious then submitted by forty in-
ventors, many of the mode! show-
ing much thought and inventive
'eenius. Julv H had been intended
workin mat -bine of full size.
sever, n letters and annlications
continued to arrive dailf on thia)
important invention, the August
meeting was a lj jumed without ac-
'tion and a final meeting was held
.Octobor 2'J and .'10. when the coin-
niittee (biud- d that the full sized
model alwive iiieutiotnd filled the
bill,, under the olTer, and acco.d- j
in -lv tendered the -V.'-VM The !
inventor, bowercr. dciiiisvl f;d.jithat (5od 'm ,ift hil ni "vM
- me tk -i -KA i
hi -BtrwwMndtwis ..'viee aw. th
;M ale tJrangii for this amount of
money, Tciviiig had much larger of-
fers for his machine and its patents.
We have seen the machine bind
grain, ai d il docs the work much
finer and lx-ttcr than can !e done
ailli straw bands by hand. It ha
an extra attachment fur short
straw or grain that can bo set in
motion bv the f"t of the driver.
knotter is not as delicate in con
struction, yet diies not take up more
room and is not as heavy as the
twine binders, We consider this a
matter of great importance to all
grain raising farmers, for they will
not hereafter be subject to tho
trusts and combine of the twine
men, having plenty of material
right at hand on the farm. The
patentee is arranging to hriw out
his machine in February, lS'.K), and
will enter the grain fields of the
Southern states, thence following
the harvest north. Oakaloosa Her
ald. St:it( 5i-hs.
Ail attempted jail break at Tort
land was frustrated last week.
Astoria now styles herself the
"New York of the Paeifie coast."
Public improvement in Portland
the last year aggregated over 1 5.
(XjO.iKK). Milton rcmrU eight cases of scar
lot fever. The public school have
Salem claims to have doubled her
manufacturing capacity in the last
Astoria reports 1012 deeds re
corded during the year, aggregating
in value if 1,50s, 551.
F. M. Warien, a brother-in-law
of K. M. Atkinson, had his resi
dence in Portland destroyed by fire
Hoats bound for Columbia riu'
mints January 1st, found that river
tilled with snow and ice. Tho Will
aitictto was all clear.
The Oregouian claims tho man
ufacturing output of lYrtland for
1SS0 to bo 20.lXX),000, an in
crcaso of 50 per cent.
Salem claims buildings erected
during tho year ISS'.l to the value
of 555,t;;S0. This includes $7t ex
pended by tho state.
Tho Telegram says that the elec
tric car line in Portland had no
trouble in pushing its way through
tho snow, while other car lines were
"I can't understand all this fuss about
usiiiK electricity for executions," re-
iiiieked Judne Lynch, of Kansas, relloct-
ively, "Out iu our section w e have us'hI
the telegraph )le for vears.''
THE UKHI IT OF NX.il.LNAI.V.S.
The following shows how eay
it is to accumulate a fortune, tro-
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rati; of (5 per cent:
IMll.Y SA VINOS.
Twenty cents. , . .
. . . $ m
Forty cents . .
Fifty cents. . .
Sixty cents. . .
Seventy cents .
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In .. .I..Ilu
VKlea proper U m Uro taken. I he; ,r--nt.l the Wexlesu farmers s hor
table shows what would be the re- j y hankrnpt miili-r (lie Trotii'tive
suit at the end of fifty years byl"li,J'' U wasalleae.1 tl.t mortKa
saving a certain amount each .ayiT.f'?a ln ,1I;'";ll'f ' f -r-
, , !K.it"! t'.I).OH,()1; niiil that the farm
and putting it at interest at the i ,A oili. m;, Rr, ,ht.r a,.ri.
every j-t,,,) waeI'"M.''ii','4nd uw ,: .
'"gh in twenty or thirty ,,t$l.4.mt.tK. n'.ile . . t it
which if saved and carefully in-'M ' ban w t ir-i- n.o.i.y inv. M--1 m t.i r
v,'fted would make a family inde-
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t't "d''nt; but the principle of small
avings nas i-ecn lost, sight 01 in
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become , 'ivt
They ( aa Nver lorret.
rrl . r f a 1 .
I he laU; Mr. (rady in his recent
sjicechin IJoston, dealing with the!
negro question, sjx-aking of one
phase of it said:
I catch another vision. The cri-
jsis of batik a soldier struck, stag
1 goring, fallen. I sec a slave, ecaf-1
mng inrougn me stilOKe, wimling ;
I his black arms around the fallen!"'
f,r,n - roltIcM of the hurtling death
In-inline his trustv fiiH. tn ea'.-h I
the words thit tremble on the-
stricken lips, so wrestling meantime :
with agony t.iat he would lay down ,
his life in his master's stead. I sec S
rl'm l'-v tne Wl'ary M-side, minis-1
,lnn? Wltn uncomi-Iainsng patience, j
praying with all his humble heart ;
untU,death corner! in niejxv. AaiLia;..v w u-1
Itonor to still the soldiers anonytgwuy.
and the (soldier's life. I see "lhadl-nji
him by the Opa grave, mute, un-
eov.-rinl aiifT.-rint, ., .V l...f
covered, suffering the death of,
him who in life fouhtgrJuat histir
freedom. I SeO llilu, wheri ? "tiif t-rii ie ... .
mound is Leaped audtlu great I "r. Amen-
drntii of' iiftr'u clos?l, tnrn r,"L '
awav and with downcast eves and , . , ' f
uncertain step start out into new ; at,r,tlli" '. ,
and strange fields, faltering, strug-1 am th. r.
gling, but movin on, until his'of the prt;-
shambliiii! figure is lost in the liirht p
of this better and brighter day.
And from the grave comes a voice,
saying: " Follow tiiiu! Put your
arms about him in his need even as
he put his about me. He his friend
a he was mine." And out into
this new world strange to me as to
him. dazzling, bewildering With I
follow! And may Cod forget my
jieople when they forget these!
Whatever the future mav hold
forthein; whether they plod aloi'g
in the servitude from which they
have never been lifted since the Cy
renian was laid hold upon by the
Roman soldiers and made to bear
the cross of the fainting Christ:
whether thev find homes avraiu in
Africa, and thus hasten the proph
ecy ot the iisalmist. wno said. And
suddenly shall Ethiopia hold out
her hands unto God;" whether, for- j "g sensible n ..i u
ever dislocated and seoarate. thev tl'c subj.s-t of mad i
remain a weak people, taset by
str Niger, and exist as the Turk, w ho
lives in the jealousy rather than in
the conscience of Europe; or w lteth-
r in this miraculous republic they
break through the caste of twenty
centuries and, belying universal
hiebirv, reach the full stature of
citizenship and in peace maintain
it AO shall give them u'.termo't
justice-and abiding friendship. And,
whatever ve do, into whatever
S'.'i ::ii;ig cdrangowent wo may bo
driven, nothing shall disturb thv
love '.vj bvar this republic oruuti-i
. . . 1
gate o'.ir const cr'.it:o:i r.i is service, j
Wivi a jl ib t'na l i.
A UU'.e tUtu .a.mo'.hnee iiliVc
hs.k at "i."
Ds presence 111 ikes n y. tmg man mar
riel; i. ) t'.'retiee niaUoi '.he young nan
. -m making niggardly appropriations for
TI'.O Wed Sh ire has improve.! stea 'ilj roads when the money is judiciously ex
siiico t'e.e Hat copy i f the weekly .van j pen.led. The fanner cannot tram-port
issued, and it is now the hiindsoinest Ids produce to market without the aid of
illustrated wvekly in the United Strt.v. good roads, nor can the business uii'.n
Its piet-irei ef w.ijitoni sciMies are of expect cotinncrcial prosperity with an
sH'. ial inteie I, its ge.icial eo.ilenls are i impassable condition of the highways,
interesting and valuahln. Kvet v hoiwe If the country would iiosper we 111u.1t
oil the I'tKii'lc e ast sh mi l reoive the
Weit SU u-e rcniilarly. 1,. Svwi ki., I'ub
Usher, Purtl.i.i.l.Ort'jj.iii. ij-t.O.) a year.
On the .Dthof :pteuiher, M
Kn-deri.-k l.n Uault !x.- -,' ti l:eu, Ind,,
of ill' ip.je, her i','d being iifty v. a years,
two luondis mi l e: -h! d.iv.'.Jl i ( Sa',
unlay her htw'i,i:i 1 u V wln-a w.u
ascet'laiueJ that ins ate '. at denti
exactly the s uae as his wii'c'a, Uity -. evi 11 j i
I years, two month and eight day.
I'aU I'rer Traili Sfatistlra.
from l?i Phr,aJ,'i'hi Amrriftri. ,
iHirinx the luMt n lil leal rammitrn ly-
I inir jf Lit i -l i.'a avi-r.i firriil.iti',1 wltii'li rm..
n ' r
epial)y tiuri"ii"it. l,n. i- that time there
Lave l en oii'.i-i.il invet::i(ionaa tithe
total nf reiiti-re.1 n.ortimitea, and in Illi
nois it U foiinil tnaiiioiiiit to llit.T.'a.OiiH,
ol which fully erst.--lift b U the lutlance of
pur-tiiuM' inoney .-i-n ! iy niort)iiiKe.
.""o in other ?-'tt it I shown tliat the
total of tbew mortjrttrfe, ho fur from,
eatiiiir nil the vnhie 4 th
le. A nil V
fraction of that value
Ktward Atkin-toii li.is rhoan, tl
Urn a heavy reiluetion of ititett-
tlut iiii.ti.-id of ll I-r eerit. the I t
now lv hut ii:.'.- overOia-7. 'i
f the mo-lev uf ll" -;, c t. h.,if,,i
for investment in iiior"ii,it-i and t.tl
: .... . . ... . ., 1
T,i n-iiln this i,l,l,..l I, viii.'iit t,4i
Tlioma I ;. Sliearnwn, in aa addreaa i
1 ' "
ninas Ii. f-liearniari, in sn addivaa ih-A- ' " '
red in rortland, 'ri,'i,n, a-mrte!!'' H
t it e-.iild he iletnon.-t rated hy studs- 1,' f
1 which are undi-pnted that some CyJT'
tiuuin - .l t!ioiim l ople aiviimiilute
.1. .:.l. - . t ll .1 .. ... T.i. i : .t. :
IIII.TT-Itlil.! Ol HO 11,'.' Vtt'U.Mi Wtill li l
. . .. . : ,, . , .. .
saved ftrmtlii !v In this roimfrv. nnl tlr.it
in thirty year the hundred thousand
niiht Is-emne j ! .,f thr.-e-fifihs
Auw-riean nation. Kven ts!v
knows that there am tto su. li statistien
in existence, and that Mr. Jim Ki-lt's
former attrnev is cs.-kim; tin his rase
, autinetiy as "in his old aj.pUoti
Jml, - es r.amard and I nrtoxa on U-half
-'w i iir. a.i man.vniieiit.
One sf the m.xt dilapidate-1 U tranis
Klt ""a"1- rar- l--.de a han.l.iiH iy
irvssr-i man, says i.ie .-.rsan-aw iruv-
..j .,; ,;.
'f hat the re
A. raciiiz. In
U-w of trade is
n'"'J' " t
. a t i
''" " a f
'.,1 Sutter a de
M . .!i-a;,! inj.sl.
. of trade. I li i
u , t i; u'.i' iii T"-
i, V ai UVl'. 1
"t ' .J I.I
j .a. Su
rs .a,,-,. I w as
1 . .... 1 . !
I . ,! Coll
I, UIIU 1
'. '"$ ' 1 r' I 'rvl to SiS'Ut
' i -J nitt ,,f K.iris-, hut,
I .in-e and. n'ally.dis-
taiiiv npo j.'s ti .tniiitt in tiies,- iay
I thiioi rttai Vbi eileili'e of tinin:,reh-
iw is dniwiiiit t.i a cloas". Ni,h , lik at
Brar.il. Did anyhvaiy ex-s-ct a n-olution
iherv? Did ii"t we ail suppo-.' that the
asriil inonan h wmild Is- suffered to n i;.'n
to the end of his d.iys? Ittit I tell y.11.
sir, that repuliliraui-rii is picreini; tin
iiKast n-ni'ttc coriu rs .1 the earth. Sp-ak-
of trad- "
"Tare, please," said the e iiid.u i.r,
"Ah 1 with a l'k of surprise), did 1
not hand you a nickel a h moments
"You did not."
"Are you sure.'"
"(iive me a nickel or I'll put you off."
"Well iV't'ttitU' up and addressing the
well dressed man), I must leave you
here. 1 hopo s)uielime trf cotitiuue our
Value uf I. i.d I!i a N.
The St. Helen- M'i
makes -,k follow-
1 e,.ntTi i"U w ill
(i - ',i-'ni"it
N'otliiii)! indicates pio-. ' v a'i I en
terprise more than well Kii'.i n.i.-.e,
roads. They are a necessary adju::.-; ' '
civilisation. Only savages and harlmrm..- i
nations have no roads or puhlie hili
ways. ChskI nnuls are a mutual advan
tage to city and coun!ry. and are a na
tional lienetit. All business originates
in natural product, which must tind its
way over a common highway Isfore it
can reach a market and attain its full
value, llesi'lcs, good roads suvo the
farmer hundreds of dollar in the wear
and tear of vehicles, liailroad and
steamboats depend, in a great measure,
on good roads for the most of the pro
ducts of a country are carried, in a wagon
or truck over a public highway liefore
thi- can be t ran "ported to market. The
better roads a country has the faster will
it grow in population, and the faster will
property be enhanced iu value. Every
cent sj-ent hy individuals and county
governments iu the building and repair
ing of roads is returned with more than
compound interest. U costs less to keep
a good road in repair than a poor one,
and county iiuthoVities gain nothing in
pay more ntteiitioii to our roads, 11 ml
eontiihute more liberally to tho estab
lishment of substantial highways, (iood
roads throughout the country would in
crease the value of property one hundred
per cent., while it would bring 1111 im
mense population to the country and
add thousands of dollars to the taxable
prop-rty iu the country. Hvcry
I . r-ie.a a tut high? ' diJ'T ii.ili',11 tm
oastn of Us Ina
Is There Room r
j leniy ; rfialK lino iimw a
nallv aen a t ic hluckhoiirtl B'ttf ) V
tht; prnporflotiatu atnniiiit of autil l a
in this northwest country. WW ',"1' '
ili-veutnnl ana hnlf fl ! .. tl f- .
ownil . '".i'iic 'A ':'l,f,.. .
aoiirei, ot Hie cwm.lij A.iT y; ,
l-t,sil lB- "'" - "
Cn ion. for l.t-alUJ anl enlfiviiiunt.
Now is the tiirtu to nettle this e i if,
with a clans nf citizens tlutt w ilt l
her thfi (irandext state in thw l'iiij , '
he is not settled at this time, wl T.- ?f
eye iirij tnrncil to her as a new -I 1
tiie plan of Senator Hrnre to colon t
n..,,r..d ,.f lli m,.m1i t,,.Ni i.mtr 1.1 . C 1.
.'out. K want t ii- itihhI neonla
1'irtiiern aim eastern states nere, t .
Industry ami cHphul to develop the
iverxiliel resources of the country
Jhe (p.U Ti.fi Jiwle Cnliforni',
i. a,-r niioa
im 4.aan,' T j
...... I . -T E -. I
f fin i.ia Tihuw ibt p e'J
copper has omde llichija U O
1 orsMa have made. Kentucky f . j a
.rld over; ship huildinx hna ' -.,w
i and -rranite quarries hav in !
:.' ttinirathire. Ohio may ran ft-sf
i New York in potatoes an 1 ft ,
rattle and Pennsylvania Sr Iron '
t.iit where is the atato, ,1 ini v
, that ha all these vcWn.:Xt - . 1
like Oregon? r '
vet rival California U 1 J
g-ild iirinf-'.Colirado inher silver uuuy : '
Dakota in her wheat fields, Mii-hk i 1 1
her copper, and Pennsylvania In la r
eiiil and iron, Xew Hampshire h. h i'
irrauite and Maine in her ship biui-iin-.
Where is there a U-tter ennntry for l-a
r-ii-in-f, fruit (rrowinir and fisUinj-lh. -(.Inuori?
Not only does she rlvn' a.
other s'iutes in their chief productii ns
hut she Possesses advantaire which
many of them do not. Wa will, l
short time, surj-ass all other count ncj ta
hop raisiiu;, dairying, fanning and bli '
agricultural pursuits. '
We pusst-s a greater proportionnk n- f
tent of navigable waters, have tho 6t.et '
harbors and the most fertile soil cCT any -
stute in the Union. And above aU t'l r -
advantaiies la our salubrioas, heilv !..!
i liuiate. Ci.ssI health ia the one -ri-t . ' '
. ..' ...T .-.1. ... -1 1 1.. .
n-nuiuion; wiiuoui ii. iu ci: ' - '
........... n.in.rVt ttt..ra .K.trA 11,1 '
aiMum. .w I,-""- 'v ...v.w ..
a-.'iie, no nlaaues. no lonir. Cold wtntlr. f
no hot sutiiiuers. but a cool inviitr'
hn-eue from tl- briny dt-p from ,- '
irf the ywir to the 1 tfmtr, , io b- vV
your friends to ronieCiii.' , ran tia?
nothiiu-to n-rri-t. 'tiiaj darurar
d Kansws hot witil-,'",,?aska'a tail
" -nw. A lit !-;' M'''J1
'ri'a asuar, IVk'-.ta"' "Mf-U or Mm
1 sti. rwf,
? Ir! e 1
' 'v tl.a S.
. tuan tl.
. '-s. Le 1
! is -iU I
a truarantee that I -
' 1, : I re.,ir - u
! -r a ye:u, our
, endowts) by
! i fintinua in the
r .1 lly increasing
tn-autiful state, f r
providence, if t
poth of prosperi'i t i
brousjht about I t the
isiimlalion and "' a f the miUioiis
. . . x
of capital flow ii in t.! yj' present time.
tVlluh.id" Is a CpjriThted Ward.
The Celluloid Company of thi citv, in
their suit airainst a eonrern in "W2miiir
t.Hi, ivl., I. infriuas-ii n of fn0 Srk
in nsin tha won! ceUutui tjaii a eool-j- ''
sitioh made fv tbaji4Jvi; uci-e'd'l hi ;
eta!,hsliing thattlieVur-aaa their own
inveiuioii, ami that ita iutxirporation in
Webster's Dictionary, Worcester's Di'--tionary
and ChaiiiU-r's Encfloa.xleiKa
is an infrintieinent of copyrijilit. The
case was tried before Judjie BraJley ;n
the United State Circuit Court in ibid
city, Rowland Cox appearing f r tin
Iilaintiffs. He won on every contt; turn,
and now the publishers of the 'wort
mentioned are asking and receivitu '''
nial le-al ix-rmission to put the wor I
"ivlluloid" in their lists of words tcj,j
larly in use by English ss-aklng nstioas.
IX A NUTSHELL.
ttin Courier. ;
The, gissl die youiijj applies moil em
phatically to chickens.
A st. vi ; -p., out at the elbows oitea
.'SUM'S A 'le.il I t 'tllu.
Is the ' isean i-n'H.ound" an im f 1
nii'tit on the old "l a -.lni."'' - ..
Tho drum fish b - v. 4
supposed from its nam. . b ' iyj
(Banjo is the name of a Nes ivii "
and he makes no bone ot lettiu, e
A brush ba'tween two artists me ".4
end iu a drow, but it certainly 1 -ji .
When the fast young man gets hi 1 ' I.
into the station house, ho is then I ''
hard and fast.
The reason w hy Eve ate the appl ' ,-.
probably bocuuse sho wanted ti
There is no courtship In the Ank .ic
region at present. The sun shines
all the time.
A popular man is usually what .
called, but a popular subscription il '
ally "very unpopular.
It may be that love makes the wil (
round, but an overdose of whisky w
it more successfully.
Noah was just like all other si
The moment lie got ashore after hb
age ho went and got drunk.
It seems rather 'sTKonal to the e
major when the hand behind him . h
up, "Where Did You (let That Ha i'
The man who is most aatlslieij 'u,'
himself generally gives tho least .1 i
fuel ion to those by w hom he I ret
A young woman reaches the '
stage of her experience when ah, h
Jims-jennies Htage-stnick, unless, iiideed !i
be a-1a t ' Li tt j r,' i.i.,ii,
niuki n" iiiilcno,,.
in er, she isn't.
i . a
I la Up a
t ' pounds,