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NEWBERG, YAMHILL CO., OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2(5, 1889.
CONGRESSIONAL NEWS MISCELLANEOUS ITEM S PACIFIC COAST NOTES, THE AGRICULTURALIST
T H E T E R R IT O R IE S R E A D Y TO E N T E R
TH E G A L A X Y O F S T A T E S .
TH E C R U S H E D A N D K IL L E D IN TH E
P E N N S Y L V A N IA S T O R M .
N E W D IS C O V E R IE S IN T H E N O R T H -
W E S T E R N M INING D IS T R IC T .
SOM E
T h e C o n d itio n s o n W h ic h M o n ta n a W ill
E nter — P e n sio n L e g is la tio n —O re­
A
A L o s A n g e le s D e te ctiv e S h o o ts H im self.
P r o s p e c t o r s F in d a W a te r y G r a v e
C h ea p L an d s N ot A lw a y s the M ost P r o f­
it a b le -T h e V a lu e o f H ay L ies In
F eed in g It t o Y o u r O w n C a t­
tle - W e ll-K e p t Farm s.
E S S E N T IA L E L E M E N T S
S U C C E S S F U L FARM IN G.
L a w —T he In a u g u r a l.
Y o u t h fu l B a n k R o b b e r Cornea t o
G r ie f a t K a n s a s C ity —N ew M e x ­
ic a n C a b le L in e — A J u d g e
A r re s te d —O th e r N ew s.
In th e C o lo r a d o R iv e r —N e ­
v a d a ’s M iner’s H om e.
NO. 8.
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To a pint of warm boiled honi’ ny
The Santa Monica hotel was burned
Heavy snow storms are reported
The nomination of Walter L. Bragg
.
add
a
pint
of
milk
or
water
and
a
pint
last
week.
a.
to succeed himself as interstate com ­ from Dakota.
of flour. B at two or three eggs and
Charles
Dudley
Warner
will
winter
missioner, has been favorably reported
Ex-Congressman Singleton, of Mis
stir into the batter with a little salt.
in Pomona.
in the Senate.
sissippi, is dead.
Fry as any other griddle c ike.
Anaheim, Cal., contemplates start
The Atlanta It ft New Y ork Saturday
The Cincinnati shoemakers con
The farmer who thinks that to make
ing a bet t factory.
morning for Hayti.
It is thought template striking.
money he must go where land is
that the vessel’s presence is necessary
Stockton, Cal., has organized a na­
General Rosecrans will soon be
cheaper, should consider well if he
to preserve peace.
tural gas company.
placed on the retired list.
would not make more money by mak
Secretary Whitney says the State
Lydia Thompson is ill at Los An­ ing the land he has deeper and richer.
An offer of $30,000 has been refused
department has done all it can in the for the trotter Ambassador.
geles with pneumonia.
The elements o f; .!- fundamental
Samoan matter. It now rests with
Additional murders of Arizona principles of farming-are : Soil, heal,
Massacliusettes
Republicans
have
Congress, which alone lias power lo
shepherds
are
reported.
renominated Senator Hoar.
moisture, muscle and brain power.
declare war.
W. D. Saals, of Red Bluff', Cal., has The commingling of these five ele­
Senator Mandeson, of Nebraska, has
The pension department has grant­
failed. Liabilities, $21,090.
ments produce the key to successful
ed pensions to Henry F. Phillips, of been relected to the Senate.
farming.
Washouts
oil
the
Southern
Pacific
The
Colorado
river
will
be
invest!
Seattle, and John B. Wencrny, alias
are
reported
west
of
Y
uma.
Pumpkins for cotvs have best effect
gated
by
government
officials.
J. Smith, of Lewiston, Idaho, a sur
The late small-pox scare at Mereed when fed before very cold weather, for
viver of the Mexican war.
The *• white caps” are creating ter
there is less absorption of animal heat
Cal., cost the county $3000.
Vice Fresidcnt-elect Morton was in ror in many places in the East.
to warm the mass— forty or fifty
Sam
Jones,
the
revivalist,
is
hold­
Washington last week, looking about
Governor Fifer, of Illinois, opposes
pounds— that a cow will take into her
ing meeting at Los Angeles.
the city for a desirable residence, but organized detective companies.
stomach.
failed to find a suitable one. He does
Santa
Rosa
orchardists
have
planted
An effort is to be made to annex
A neat and well-kept farm indi­
not desire to build or buy a heme at Lower California to the United States. 100,000 trees the present season.
cates that the owner is thrifty. The
I^ O T f. I S 8 0 - 8 0
the capital.
Cattle and sheep, caught in the manure heap is the most important
Boys in the employ of the Chesa
The Dakota delegation now in pe.<ke oyster pirates are tieated as snow in New Mexico, are starving.
thing now. If the heap is sheltered
Washington feel confident that a hill slaves.
Parties in Nephi, Idaho, propose so as to prevent loss, and so managed
will now be passed for the admission
A Sioux City, Iowa, lawyer has been shipping rabbit carcasses by the car­ that everything that can be added to
of South Dakota into the Union ; also
load
it can be decomposed, it will effect a
lC*i< h 1>1 ím 1 m m 1 in 1 S 8 Í 5 .
the passage of an enabling act for the ordered by the ‘‘ white caps” to leave
saving and prevent filth in the barn­
the
place.
The
saloon
license
of
$150
has
been
early admission of North Dakota.
yard.
An earthquake was felt in New repealed by the supervisors of Marin
The President has approved the act
New York last week in the Adiron county.
W e do not produoe potatoes enough
to provide arms, ammunition, etc., for
dack section.
Wild hogs are plentiful in the tules for home consumption if the fact that
the militia, of Oregon ; the act to pro­
The crew that abandoned the ship along the Humboldt, near Battle such products are imported are taken
“ Live low and sparingly till my debts be paid; but let the learning of
vide stores for the militia of Montana,
into consideration. If foreigners can
and the act amending the postal laws Christina at sea have arrived at Mountain.
the children be liberal; spare no cost, for by such parsimony all is lost that is
Watsonville, Cal., is making efforts ship their products 3000 miles to
in regard to the special delivery of Charleston, S. C.
saved.”— William Penn to his wife.
Axworthy, the defaulting city treas to secure the location oi a flax mill at reach us, we can, with our improved
letters.
machinery on our cheaper lands, pro­
General Swaim will be placed on urer of Cleveland, Ohio, will take up that place.
It is said that Fort Canby, at the duce more than may be required in
the reared list, notwithstanding the his residence in Toronto.
this country.
Diplomatic circles in Europe cen mouth of the Columbia, will again be
fact that many members of the retir­
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
ing board are said t j be of the opinion sure the United States for the con- garrisoned.
Sheep manure contains from 90 to
tnat liis present disabiliiies are not tin ued fighting in Samoa.
95
per
cent
of
the
plant
food
con­
The Indians of Saline Valley, Cali­
serious eneugh to incapacitate him
The libel suits instituted by the fornia, are raising fine tig, apple, pear tained in the rations consumed by the
E . H. W o o d w a r d , President,
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from further active serviee.
sheep. It is, therefore, a very ricii
Chicago police against the Times of and peach trees.
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Representative Hermann’s bill pro­ that city have been dismissed.
A bill has been introduced in the fertilizer, as experience has shown. It
viding for an increase of pension for
J. J. Patterson, ex-United States Nevada legislature to provide a home is especially rich in nitrogen in an
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available form, and for that reason is
Colonel James Waters, of D niglas Senator from South Carolina, lias for indigent miners.
excellent for use as a starter in the
county, Or., a veteran of the war of been sued for breach of promise.
G eo rge W. M it c h e l l , Secretary and Treasurer,
Newberg
A Portugese sheepman was acci­
hill for corn and potatoes.
1812 and of the Oregon Indian wafts,
The belief is growing that the rela dentally killed by his brother in Fres­
B. C . M ile s .
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who is now ninety-four years old and tions between the United States and no county, last week.
All smutty corn or husks should be
blind, was reported favorably to the Germany are becoming strained.
Charles Gordon, who was to have burnt. It is better to take precaution
House last week.
The police of Knoxville, Tenn., re­ been hanged last week at Fort Ben­ for next year than to attempt lo pre­
Among the bills recently intro­ cently raided a private car and ar­ ton, Montana, was respited.
vent smut by some remedy. It would
FACULTY.
duced in the House are the following : rested the occupants for gambling
have b ’en best to destroy the affected
Aiticles of incorporation have been
Granting light-of-way for a railroad
stalks when growing, but even now
It is again rumored that Charles tiled by The Dalles Portage company, no traces of smut should be allowed to
across the Fort Pima Indian reserva­
E d w in M o r r is o n , B. S.,
Principal
Francis
Adams will soon retire from with a capital stock of $500/XX).
tion in Arizona; granting the Big
exist. Heed should never he selected
the
presidency
of
the
Union
Pacific.
Mrs.
Sarah
Sniver,
of
Glendale,
W
.
from a field containing smutty years
Horn Southern railroad right-of-way
M a r y E . M il e s , A . B.,
T., was burned to death recently by of corn.
Jennie Stuart, the daughter of
across a part of the Crow Indian res­
Assistants
the
explosion
of
a
coal
oil
lamp.
New York stock broker, ran away
ervation in Montana.
A nn a E. B e l l ,
When
grain
and
hay
crops
are
sold
A car-load of lobsters has been
Governor Swineford, of Alaska, es­ with her father’s coachman last week
Jane Suffert, who has been keeping shipped to Puget Sound. Scow hay off the land they carry away the fer­
timates the annual resources of the
tility of the farm, but when such
territory at about $9,000,000; min­ a baby farm in a room sixteen feet has been chosen for lobster raising.
CALENDAR.
crops are fed to stock not only is i
erals, $2,000,000; all other resources, square at St. Louis, has been arrested.
E. H. Dunn escaped from the Napa
portion of the crop left over as ma
$3,000,000.
He urges the develop­
The fishing steamer Novelty, which asylum last week and was found nure, but a higher price is received
ment of the territory’s mines, espec­ left Boston recently, is said to be shortly afterward hanging to a tree.
9th month, 11, 1888
Fall Term begins
for such crops in the shape of beef,
ially (hat of coal, which he claims ex­ loaded with arms and men for Hayti.
Detective A. B. Lawson at Los An­ pork, mutton or milk, which enables
ists there in large quantities.
11th month, 30, 1888
Fall Term closes
Henry Kruse, who shot Ward Mc­ geles shot himself while taking a re­ the farmer to restore any loss of fer­
The Senate sub-committee
on Manus, a prominent St. Louis capi­ volver from his desk recently. He will tility by tiie increased receipts conse­
12th
month, 3, 1888
Winter
Term
begins
finance has occupied much time in talist, last week, killed himself Satur­ recover.
quent, upon the keeping of stock.
hearing opposing claims of the wool day.
3d month, 1, 1889
Winter Term closes
The Portland water-works want to
The improper keeping of cream,
growers and wool manufacturers on
Chief Byrd has been recognized by issue $1,500,000 mere bonds to enable and allowing it to become sour while
3d month, 4, 188»
Spring Term begins
changes in the tariff on wool. The Secretary Vilas as Governor of the it to supply 20,000,000 gallons of wa­
waiting for more, and the failure to
impression prevails that the commit­ Chickasaw nation in Indian Terri­ ter a day.
5th month, 9 1889
Spring Term closes
keep the milk and cream in some
tee will ask for a reduction on the tory.
Miss Nellie Reclie, living near Col­ place of even temperature, is the
common grades of wool from eleven
The fastest time ever made across ton, California, was terribly stabbed cause of nearly all poor butter. The
to ten cents.
the Atlantic was that of the Umbria last week by an unknown man, who quality of tiie cream should be uni­
Announcement and Prospectus.
Governor Beaver, of Pennsylvania, last week—6 days, 2 hours and 45 made his escape.
form, and no mixing of different ages
chief marshal of the inauguration pro­ minutes.
Friends’ Pacific Academy is located at Newberg, Yamhill county, Ore­
J. R. Moody, ot Colusa county, who can be done safely. No amount of
cession, has issued an order calling on
gon, on the Portland and Willamette Valley railroad, twenty-two mile* from
The postal authorities will soon in­ tried to kill his wife a short time ago, working the butter can compensate
all organizations desiring to partici­
has been sentenced to four years in for the injury done before churning,
Portland, and one mile from Rogers’ Landing on Willamette river.
pate to notify him at headquarters vestigate the free delivery system of the penitentiary.
and every portion of the work should
It was opened for pupils September 28th, 1885, and had enrolled during
before February 20th. Civic orders California, Oregon and Washington
It is reported that Senator Hearst, be done speedily and not be made de­
of less than fifty in number will not Territory.
the first week nineteen pupils. The second school year began September
pendent
on
something
that
is
to
fol­
be permitted in line, or with improper
At. Rihway, New Jersey, incendiary of California, has purchased the now low
13th, 1886, with an enrollment of twenty-six, and the present school year
costume or equipment.
fires are started so that the boys can famous Harqua Hala mines, in Ari­
opened September 12th, J887, witli an enrollment of fifty-one, aDd the wintei
zona,
for
$250,000.
If the milk is loo cold for the but­
The board of Indian commissioners, turn with the engine and have a good
term, December 3d, with an enrollment of 110.
There is good reason to believe that ter to come, or the temperature is too
at their recent annual
meeting, caroutal afterward.
At the time of the opening of the school only the Academy building was
high (as sometimes happens in sum­
adopted resolutions deprecating the
Powderly claims that the men who the Klamath Indian reservation in
erected, and only the lower story of it was completed.
During the summer
practice of changing Indian officials are trying to start an opposition order northern California, will soon be mer), it may be brought to the de­
sired temperature by the addition of
of 1886 the boarding hall and three cottages for pupils hoarding themselves
lor partisan reasons and urging the to the Knights of Labor offered to sell open to settlement.
cold or warm water, as the require­
extension of the civil service system out to him for $100.
were constructed, and during the summor of 1887 the hall for gymnasium
A pension has been granted to J. ments may be, until the proper tem­
to the Indian service; also opposing
and boys’ dormitories was commenced and the Academy building was com ­
Miss H. O. Woodard, of Charlotte- H. Eaton, of Portland, a Mexican sur­ perature is obtained. The use of a
the removal of the tribes from their
ville, Va., ran away last week and was vivor, and an increase to Garrison thermometer wilt greatly assist in the
pleted.
The trustees hope to be able to add other buildings as they are
reservations where they are settled
married. The young lady is a cousin Datson, of Grant’s Pass, Cal.
work of chinning. Home prefer to
and are making progress toward civ­
needed. For Catalogue or information address
of General Harrison.
Stephen T. Morse, a prominent fruit raise the temperature by placing the
ilization.
E D W IN MORRISON, Principal.
churn
in
a
tub
of
warm
water.
Any
grower
of
Sacramento
county,
Cal.,
Herr Most, of New York, the arch
The President has returned to the
while loading hay from a scaffolding mode that will raise I lie tenqie.ature
Or E. H. W O O D W A R D , President o f Board.
anarchist,
has
applied
for
police
pro­
Senate without his approval the bill
will answer.
Rectangular churns,
tection. He claims that his life is in last v eek, fell and broke his neck.
to pay $3800 to William I). Wheaton
which dash the blitter from side to
danger from his former associates.
The man em ¡iloyed by the San Ber­ side, are now largely in use, the but­
and Charles H. Chamberlain, for
many years prior to 1879 register and
The New York World has made ar­ nardino county grand jury to expert termilk being drawn off as soon as
— A wealthy old farmer, who had
—The richest Japanese outside of
—Philadelphia aunt (severely)—‘ ‘As seven good-for-nothing sons, says he
receiver of the land office at San Fran­ rangements for an. exploring expedi­ the county treasurer’s books lias the butter assumes the granular the royal family is said to bo R.
cisco. These two officers were re­ tion to Africa to discover the where­ since gone to jail for petty larceny.
stage. After the hiiilerniilk is off, if Kondo of the Mining University of I glanced into the parlor lust evening Is satisfied that there Is no money In
quired by an order, issued July, 1877, abouts of Stanley and Emin Pasha.
A warrant was recently issued for preferred, a strong solution made by Japan. He is the operator of sixteen I saw you with a young man's arm raising beats. — Texas Siftings.
to turn thereafter into the treas­
—Judge—“ Prisoner at the bar, have
The towns of Cimarron and Ingalls, the arrest of John Hall, a prominent dissolving salt in water, may be gold, silver, and copper minos, and is around you.” Chicago nieco (culm)
ury certain fee* to which they were in Kansas, are engagnd in a county aichitect of Los Angeles, on a charge jsjured into t'le churn and the butter
j —‘ ‘ Yes, aunty, I was waiting for you you any thln£to say why sentence of
about to visit the Lake Superior min­
entitled by law.
washed by again revolving the churn, ing districts in order to get a knowl­ to pass the door to see us. Young death should not be passed upon you?”
seat war. So far two men have been of perjury in a timber culture claim.
"h is carries off the buttermilk and
men are very slippery nowadays, and Prisoner—“ I ain a member of the
A movement is on foot to secure a killed and great excitement prevails.
edge of the mining machinery used
San Diego has received an order partially salts the butter.
one can’ t have too many witnesses.” — Society for the Abolition of Capital
pension for Postmaster L*uis Purdy,
there.
from
Colima,
Mexico,
for
twelve
miles
Col. Frank Posey has been nomi­
Philadelphia Record.
of Yorktown, Westchester county,
Punishment.”
Altlituigh
no
definite
rule
can
be
of
rails,
twenty-four
cars
and
other
—David Crack, of Marlboro, Md.,
nated for the unexpired term in Con­
—Mrs. Duquesne—•* I suppose you
New York, who is ninety-three vears
laid
down
to
be
followed
in
covtring
—Bunco Canvasser— “ I can’ t be
necessary
equipments
for
a
horse-car
said to bo one hundred and seven
gress occasional by the resignation of
old, and who enjoys the distinction ol
seeds, it is safe to say the larger the years old, was recently married to sing or play?” Miss Newcomer—*‘ Oh, mistaken! Arn’t you a son of the
Congressman Hovey, now Governor line.
being the oldest postmaster in the
no, I’ m not at all musical.” Mrs.
seed the dteperthe covering should
of Indiana.
Engineers are now at work on the tie. The old rule of covering seeds to Susanna Oaks, a buxom widow of sev­ Duquesne—“ You recite, probably?” Widners, of Riehmond?” His Prey —
country, having voted for President­
“ No; I'm a son of a Cannon, of Sait
enty-five years. The groom was an
In the camp of a gang of thieves in proposed peninsular railroad leading
elect Harrison and his grandfather
a depth equal to four 'imes the diam­ old slave of Major II. Bruce, then was Miss Newcomer— “ Gh, no, indeed!” Lake City, and you don't want to fool
Indian
Territory
was
found,
recently,
out
of
San
Diego.
The
line
will
be
before him.
Purdy was appointed
Mrs. Duquesne— “ Well, then, I sup- 'round th’ muzzle, young fellow.” —
eter of the seed, will not answer in all
postmaster of Shrub Oak by W. H. a diary detailing a murder in Chi* in completed to Yuma, Ariz., in a v<ry cases. The writer’s experience would bought by John B. Brooks. Crack { pose you paint plaques?” Miss New­ Time.
says
ho
took
part
in
the
war
of
1812,
1863,
which
the
owner
of
the
diary
short time.
Hanison in 1841, and has dise barged
ead him to advocate a greater depth ar, which time ho was a robust young comer—“ Me paint! I could not paint
—Mrs. Brown—‘ ‘ Tell me, Nellie,
committed with an axe and secured
the duties of bis office ever since.
a fenco.” Mrs. Duquesne (eagerly) — was your husband much embarrassed
While several prospectors were en of sowing as a general rule. A depth man.
31000.
qu-tl to six times the diameter of the
route to the new gold fields in Ari
*• Oh, you dear girl, how lovely! You
The omnibus bill, which has passed
Mrs.
—W. P. Taulbee, of Kentucky, rep­ must promise to come to every one of when he proposed to you?”
The Mexican Telegraph company zona their boat wis capsized in the seed would lie more suitable for the
the House, iu so far as it relates to
Younghusband—“ Not nearly so much
resents
the
largest
Congressional
dis­
has arranged for the laying of a new Cororado river, below The Needles, majority of seeds. Potato seed cut in
my
receptions.
You
will
be
such
a
Montana, authorizes the people lo
as ho was after the bills for our wed­
cable across the gulf to Galveston, the and all were drowned.
the u*utl way will give pieces varying trict in the country. It is composed sensation.” —Pittsburgh Rulletin.
choe ae delegates, to form a conven­
ding reception came in.” —Boston
present one being fonnd inadequate to
of twenty-one counties, and extends
n
thickness
from
half
an
inch
to
an
tion, in each district. The whole nuin- transact the Mexican and Central
— “ Gh, Mrs. Watts, you ought to Transcript.
Louis Wanderer, a boy, was found
from
the
famous
Blue
Grass
region
to
ncli in thickness. According to our
I>er of delegates to be seventy-fonr, American business now handled.
Join our literary society.”
“ Should
not guilty of stealing Mrs. Scmidlin’s
— Major McTavish — “ Mr. Fitch, I
ule, this seed would call for a cover­ Cumberland Gap, a distance of over I?” “ Yes, Indeed.
and are to meet on July 4, 1889. They
We study and
.
hickens
at
San
Jose,
and
his
guar­
Judge Lyman Follett, who left
ing of four and one half inches— a two hundred miles. It is a backwoods learn so much. Last meeting wo took !
y °u lo Jtnow the Rajah of C.wa-
are authorized to form a State gov­
dian
has
brought
a
suit
for
$5000
district,
without
railroad
or
telegraph
Grand
Rapids,
Mich,
two
years
ago
pth
which
hut
been
practically
pohr,
one
of
our most eminent dis­
ernment and constitution, provided,
up Carlyle’ s quarrels with his wife.
against Mrs. Schmidlin.
demonstrated to be mist advantageous communication, and is canvassed on
ciples of Brahma.” Mr. Fitch (of
that at the time of election of dele­ and went to Honduras, leaving a
“ It must have been interesting.”
The legislature of Montana has on well-drained soils. The same rule horseback by the candidate for Con­
Illinois)—“ Proud to meet you, sir!
gates the constitution adopted by the large amount of trust funds unac
“ Very. Next meeting we shall Inves­
It's th' best breed that e*?r laid an
eoiislitutional convention held at Hel­ counted L>r. was arrested in Helena, adopted a resolution, almost unani­ may 1« applied to m<*t other seeds gressional honors.
tigate
the
private
life
of
Goethe
and
egg.” —Judge.
ena in 1888 shall be submitted to the Montana, and will be takan back to mously, protesting against the admis­ with equally satisfactory results, but
—Jones—'• Hello, Smith. Congrat­ his love affairs.” “ How instructive.”
sion of Utah Territory as a State on at the same time it is not held up as
—Cashier (stopping Mr. Dumley)—
people for ratification. Lind sections Michigan.
“
Yes,
and
wo
have
found
out
every
an infallible guide un<b r all circum­ ulations! I hear that you are engaged.
Forty saloon-keepers, who are to be the grounds of polygamy.
16 and 36 will be granted to the S’ate
thing about Poe’ s dissipation and dis­ “ By the way, Duraley, I see that your
But,
between
friends,
old
fellow,
I
stances
and
conditions.
Drainage,
for the support of common schools, tried for contempt in violating tem­
bank account is overdrawn to the
Owen Brown, a son of old John amount of moisture, depth of soil, don't see bow you plucked up courage reputable conduct, and propose soon to tune of a hundred and fifty dollars.”
and 90,000 acres of land are granted porary injunctions issued under a pro­
thoroughly
Investigate
the
moral
ac­
to
do
it.”
Smith—
”
Well,
you
see,
we
Brown
of
Kansas,
died
recently
near
and many other conditions must be
for the support of agricultural col­ hibition law at Canton, 111., have
tions of Voltaire.” “ Indeed!” "Oh, Dumley—“ All right old man; If you
leges. Five per cent of the proceeds agreed to abandon their places and ’ aaadena, Cal. He was seventy-four considered by the intelligent cultiva­ got to talking politics, trusts, rings,
send a hoy down to my office with a
„ in deciding this question for him- etc., and drifted right on to the matter there’s nothing like a literary society
of sales of public lands is also granted leave the state on condition that the years old, and is said to be the last „ tor
statement of the whole business. I’ ll
V
>
increa«;
one’s
cultur
e.
You
ought
urvivor
of
the
Harper’s
Ferry
affair.
I
»elf,
before
we
knew
Ik”
cases be dismiaeed.
lot common school purposes.
give you a check for the amount”
to loin. “ — i ih*e.
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