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"THE PEOPLE'S PAPER."
8AI1EM. OREGON, EDNESBAY, iSrOVESIBER.lGi 1892.
TO-ATS MWB TO-DAY."
What we mean by discounters
E. T. BARNES,
SROAT & GIUS,
Wholesale and Retail Ica!er in Fresli, Salt and
Smoked Meats of all Kinds,
Largest display in the city at my market. Best ser
vices and prompt delivery to all parts of the city.
OS Court and 110 State Streets.
MAKTIK & HARKINS,
BLAOKSMITHING AND HORSESHOEING.
The beat work in every department. Hacks, Buggies and Harrows made
to order. State Street.
Cocks, Cockerels, Hens, Pullets,
America's best. Best winter layers, birds not n-klu. Exhibition birds,
good breeders, but no culls. Have never been beaten in Laugxbans yet,
having taken over fifty first prizes. E. J. LADD,
Member A. L. C. 253 First St., Portland.
General - Contractors,
Street Work, Sewering, Excavating, Concrete and Mason Work,
Tiling, &c. All work promptly done. '-
Wanted At Once.
Bemnauts of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
and all kinds of merchandise, either new or second hand, to sell either ut
private sale or publlo auction. Also, Household furniture of every de
scription, at the
RED FRONT BAZAAR.
62 State Street.
Sash and Door Factory
Front Street, Salem, Oregon,
The best class of work in our line at prices to competes
with the lowest. Only the best material used
Tinners, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters;
SHEET METAL WORKERS.
Agents for the celebrated economic force and lift Pump.
100 Chemeketa Street.
The place to
Mill ieed or
load of Dirt or Gravel. Call on Ryan & Co., back of
Willamette hotel. Prompt and careful work is our motto.
RYAN & CO.
R, F. DRAKE, Prcprlstor. T. G. PERKINS, Grl Sopirintudwit
SALEM IRON WORKS,
SALEM, -------- OREQON.
Manufactures HTEAM BNOINBS. Mill OutflU, Water Wheel Governors, Fruit
ylugOulQUfnunlou tannines, Creatine, etc I'tmn machinery mde and repaired.
General mreoU anil uisuufcoturwi of tbe oalebrated Walitetroia IVUst MJadllsg
arm ln&enlnery mde
Salem Truck Bray
etn IrQ works. Dmvs riuI truofe. my Ih
hi isomer t Wt hh.1 Jonnrtfil
F. T. HART,
347 COMMKRCfAL STRKBT.
KRnniQ A. I Ffifi PRKORiraoHB
OnUUI0 QL LLUUf ? "aaE4
Counters are again covered, and packed with a new supply of those
- GREAT DISCOUNTERS.
is goods that discount all competitor's prices. Consult
pricing our stock.
Onyx and Brass.
Ever Brought to Salem.
- , - 120
Trios or pens. Four stratus of
A. B. SMITH
T S. BURROUGHS
cret a Saddle horse. Livery
Dray or Truck, "Wood, Hay,
good well rotted Manure.
waya ready for orders.
ami twivr wooa,
coal and luraoer. Of'
fmind tfaRHHthout tije duv jt
333 Com'l St., Cottle Block.
130 STATE STBEET.
Creamery and Dairy Sup
plies, feteel Ranges, Parlor
Heaters in all Styles a Spe
CLOTHES WRINGERS dW WASHERS
JBSTThe best on earth.
call. Give us a
ELLIS & WHITLEY,
South of WlUmtt Hotel,
SAbBfet ... OREQON
Capital City Restaurant
Jas. Batchelor, Prop'r.
Warm Meah at All Hours ol the Day
None bnt white labor employed In thin
A good mbstantlal tneal o x.ked In Ant
class stylo "
Twonty-flve oenta per meal
KB D VRO N T
Ortnrt tret, between Opera .Houueand
House Cleaner, Gardner and General Jobber
CARPET LAYING AND CLEANING, WHITE
WASHING AND WINDOW CLEANING
Leave orders at Thomas A Johnson's 388
M. T. RINEMAN
Staple a&d Faicy Groceries,
Crockery, Glassware, Lamps. Woeden
and Willow ware. All kinds of mill feed.
Also veeelableaaad frulU In their season.
"Highest Price paid for country produce."
Wenollot ashaxe of your patronage.
1831 THK "SSS"'"" 1893
THE BH6T OF THE
Fatm Creya sums PraMMM
Kctrticml wr mI Trvli-Growif
LiiTS-fctSMsk sus4 DoJnlsur,
While It Rlo IneiaUMiail mlsor ain
menu of tttiral laterect. sueh as the poul'
try yard, enum.ikgy, be-kplBg, gieea.
ho and mtjr, eterlBMy replies,
ftirin queUou uad smwhh, Mttmlde
roaolng, coBiMttle eeotioiay, and a, una.
wary of tbe news ol tbe week, lis Bwr
k4 reporu are "unusually ourapWie, and
Kiiwh kttentiiMi w iwMi k the pwhpumU of
ttHiera,iu thrown ( Uatti upon one of
tbe (m iMporunt or all nnst lions
vv ban to buy and whea to sell, it Is lit
rally UiiMtnttrd.HiU by ntwt eaJK
ieei.estaluiHferNHUne hmHw Wtaa
evrr brf.n. itte MtaHsUMi Mtee ts
Hjm yu year, w we Mes a srnssal re-
aoetiwfi is our
CLUB JtATJM FOR I6M.
Six Sybtcrlrtiewt, " " W
TmhelubmktitM, H tt
rreaUKwlhtbwM far MW.pur
hic:la4vHMMirHr.wvM jm rib-
ww " rmwif, mna r wmmmwf. m (a renin
laaos. to Jmtumir let, m. wtlswittt exsp
LUTMtR TUCKER 4 MN
your interests by "seeing and
WILLIAMS & ENGLAND
CAPITAL STOCK, all Subscribed, $200,000
Transact a general banking buslnesM
In all IU brunches.
GEO. WILLIAMS 1'reslclont
Wm. EN GLAND Vloe Proslden
ilUOHMONAUV , Cashier.
DIRECTORS: Geo. WIUlKms.Wm. Kn.
hwd.Dr. J. A. Richardson, J. w, llodsou,
J. A linker. '
Bank In new Exchange 'block, on Com
mercial street. R13-U
MONEY TO LOAN.
Spoclal Inclucemcnts for the next SO days
on Kood farm loans.
FEAR & HAMILTON,
.Room M, Bnsh liauk block. 5 1Mb
Authorized Capital 1600,000.
CAPITAL NATIONAL. BANK
W.A.CUSICK,riMj. ;W. V. MA11TIN,
Btt, County and City WarranU bought
at 1'ar. dw
H. M. BRANSON & CO,,
303 Commercial Street.
Bates, $2.60 to $5.00 per Day
The best hotel between Portland and Ban
Francisco, first-class In all iu appoint
ments. Its tables are served with Ui
UrownSln the Willamette Valley.
A. I. WAGNER, Prop.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 . M,
7s30 P, M,
72 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker, to Chusgo,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
PULLMAN ., TOURIST SLEEPERS
fftEE RECLINIMi CHAIR
caw; pmm GARS.
Wtift MbMM ftttA sssstAMsiiil IttelfisHsiUsVfttLttA esU
4HA f-tfg&j&ugJ ji. Ius sw
or v MjumMMfMr.AMtfU.f.A.
rUOFRSSIONAJi AND nUSINBPS ADS
TILMON TOlll), attorney Rt law. Salem.
Oregon, umco up-atiilra In Pattern's
LF. CONN, Attorney at Ihw, room 7,
, Murphy II10CK.
HJ. 11MHJUR. Attorney at Ihw, Salem,
. Orc-joa. Otfluo ovcrLAdd A Hash's
T J.H11AW, Kt. W. lltjST. HirAW A
O . UUaT, attorney Hi law. OMceover
Capital National bank, (Men), Oregon.
Q T. KICKAKD30N, Attornoy at law,
p. office up stairs In front rooms at new
liush bloctt, corner Comiueiv.lal und Court
streets, Salem, Oregon.
JOHN A. CAHflON, Attorney at law.
Kooms .1 and 4, Irta iJush'a bank
building, Balem , Orejt n, 8 1 lyr
B. K. BONHAM. VS. U. HOI.M IW.
BOMtAM tt Holmes, Attorneys at low.
and Court, on Com'l bt.
ME. POOUK, Stenographer and Type
. WrltleU Over Laddifcllusn'a twuk,
J n. BIIAD3UAW, l'UYSIOIAN AND
J, Buivcon, saleni, OrcEon. O.tlca In
ush-Urcymau block, upaUUrn Residence
corner tstateaud H. K corutr Hluter street.
nit. W. S. MOrT, pliyelclnn and sur-
ju rwu. jhv.tj in niuiiiiftu ntuun. cm.
ODKm hoars 10 to 12n. m
T. G.BMIT11. lXnllHt.M suite stroet.
Salcin. Or. UnlnUwd don till opera
of o.-ervttps.crltitloii. Pulnltwsoiwm.
VV , ucatious and superintendence tor
all clashes of building!'. (Mice 2X) Coin.
tiierclal St., up eUilrw,
CA. RUBSHT, ArchltPfit, room 421, Mar
. quani building, fortund, Oregon.
DW. TO'f9ENl), Civil Engineer rtnd
, Hurvoyor. Oltlce with Orrjon Land
Ia) , Balem, Urcgon.
PJ.1jA11.mbNA co Stamiftcture of all
. klndscfvblclca. Itepalrtng aipeeln)
y. Shop 45Ktn.tPRt.renT.,
Meets In Ihctr hall In SUUo Insurance
building, evory Wfdnesdny evening,
K. A. Jlol'AbDaN, M. W.
J. A MKrWOOD, ltcooidsr
TM PROVED ORDER Or RKD
fM PROVED ORDER Ol?
ilnlds 1 Karulaktin TrlbeND.8, felein.
council every Thursday cve.tlii!:,at7:S0.
Wigwam In state Insuratirn ball,
FRMfK !. WATKJUM hlvf of ItWorrtu
Go to the Best,
The plane', tor young ladles and gcntlo
men to Hccin e athorough education Is tho
Longaud Mill tho leading Institution of
the North V.'esu Belter than evcrl
New couro of Instruction In Orntnrv.
mi uiJtis. iNorma'.uusiness, Academy.
Colleo1. und Uiw courses treatlv enlarircd
furunicaiitcreaeeuana lmpTovod. For
rCutnloxuool Colleqjflof Law write Dean B
i. KicnaroHMU. .sq .itaiem, ur.
Kor Catalufuo of Oollece of Medical and
Pharmacy wrlto Dean UTchmoudKelly.M.
Kor gencial Catalogue wrtto Rev. Geo.
NVhltalier, D. D., Preiddent, Balom, Or.
FRIENDS POLYTECHNIC INSTITDTE
Will bo opened to students Bept. 18, 1892.
Oflera 1ih muM practical coitmeHOf study
en uuy kciioqi in inn amie.viz: Aincnauioal
lOuglneerliig, Civil Euginiicrlng. Electrical
Kiiglueetlng, Acudemio and Orumrnar
school courses BtudenU practlco dally in
wood shop, machlue shop, and laboro-
, Tuition nnd Hoard per Year, 160.
Special inducements to a few young men
who wish to work for their board und tui
tion during vacation. Korprospectnsand
further Information, address
tDWIN MORRISON, SI 8 ,
Presdont.tf iiltmi, Or.
Opens Monday, Bcplemuer Mb, at Klu
dcrgar(cn llnl), opjotlte opera house'.
Children received at three years of ajro
nnd over. A connecting cIbks wlli bo es.
tAbllfchod or advnuo-d Kindergarten pu
pils and these biKlniilng primary worlc.
Only tbe best modern Kluderevru-it moth
ods employed. Prang's s stem ol drawluu
and color work Introduced,
ITlOR ale. The bolUr l an Jt-bowo up
l1 right tuiiulHr. and tho engine a ti-h'irite
lutrizout'il. lio'.b are In good condition,
and ontt $700 when new.
Apply to A. H. KORSTNKIK CCioppo.
site Pirt Mallonal liauk.
Eealdcnce 382 Church 8t.
Decorator, lOtlHomlner and Pa
lave order at A. H, Kiiren 4 Hon1 Fur-'
nltare store w HrwitA Olle, Oroeers.
IcHCOf ui((poIUrle, olirtment In eewmles1,
also a box Mid pllija ivttir eure lot-ei-torn!,
internal, blind or Meedtnjr, Kabtac,
ebHMl. reeoot or hfrwtlOwr Film, auil
Hituty other AWtum and Annie weak
n ; UtsaJwarsa gttttt buAt k) Ute
VMMMl. tMMltb Itie flmt dhMuvetjr ot m
n i ertlee I ewc reweWrlng an oywaUou Wltb
the kMe aiWK4Kry hereawer. Tbbi
wwm ay mrttr ottm xsowa w
ww boy, I for Me Mwt by wail. Wl
am tbW tsrrtbto HIm
iwsniismis g tv wltb i
tint mutiu-ru oik trufoX a
ansiHe. IlarvsM mhm
mm whast a
lib I boat, to
0BM. aose astesrta, Ptttit
GptsjjeBls fcr isjtiii,
iWtHM MMVU ejgw
THE CAPITAL JgDUUL
PRBUSHKD DAILY. BXCKPTSUNDAY,
Capital iournafPublithtng Cempany.
Office, Commercial Btreet, In P.O. Building
Kntered at the postofflce at Salem, Or., aa
THE RED FLAG,
Portland Telegram: Investlga.
(Ion shows that 09 per coutofthe
nnarcliiata In CblCflgo njtd Wew
York are forclRtierB. They have
como over here fllled with thefr un
holy ideas and, takiufj advantage or
crowded condltionB In these great
cities, have waved tbe red flajr con
tinually In tho eyes of law-abiding
Hero then Is one of the strongest
urgumeuts for the Unhuttton of Im
migration. These demoralizers of
good government have gone so far
In their native lands that they were
driven therefrom, and taking advan
tage of our liberal laws, have come
here to spread the spirit of discord
nnd doctrine of destruction.. Most
tif theso lire-eaters are reoulted from
thelguorant. classes, led by "a few
men and women who are fairly "well
educated, but nearly crazy, Tney
are tbe worst enemies that honest
labor has, and tbe masses of this
country have no more injurious In
fluence among them than these ad
vocates of evil.
Just as a vigorous, healthy phy
sique can cast off the germs of dis
ease without permanent harm, so
can the United Stutes crush out
these anarchlHtfl, who have no sys
tem und no law. But as no physique
can endure the constant atmosphere
of a plaguo aud coutsglon, so this
country cannot allow this elites of
men and women to seek our shores
iu increasing numbers. An imml
gratiou law must bo passed to check
this flood of undesirable people. The
Democratic party can do It best, as
It Is the friend of American labor,
Tho demonstrations of anarchists
in Chicago, New York aud else
where show that the spirit of an
archism is very much allvo, and
while It appears to bo confined to a
claKfl It Is of suffleieut importance to
attract tho attention of the country.
The methods of reform whloh It fa
vors are so radical and revolutionary
that only a few men devoted to Its
dctrluccau do more harm than
ten thousand law-abiding cltlaena.
Our constitution cau be Interpreted
as very broad In its recognition of
freedom of speech and action, but
there is a ratloual limit which must
uotl)o overstepped, ii is high time
that tho Hue be drawn aud tho law
be honestly respected.
Therois a citizens ticket in the
air for the coming Balem city elec
tion. Truo Balemltes Atb to wear the
chrysanthemum ns a bou ton lure this
Tho People's party will not cut so
great a figure as though, the vote
hud been closer.
Balem banks presentj a flno front.
As a rule they also have a good deal
"Greater discipline needed" Is the
cxplanatiou one party organ offers
of Republican defeat. That was the
trouble, as it seems to many, I
was all discipline and machinery.
Mrs. Ivcrson denies bor reputed
engagement to Senator Hill of New
York. She wisely does not deny
that she would not consider such a
contingency as a calamity,
Auent tho Balem postofllce;
drover Cleveland permitted General
Odell to hold the olllce until bn
term expired. Will he not do tbe
same wltb the present Incumbent,
who is hardly lees of a politician
than his Republican predecessor?
There Is, nothing smaiTabout ilea
Harrison politically. He proposes
to place no obstacle In the way of
the Democratic administration mak
ing a clean sweep of theottio If it
Is so desired. There is no doubt of
the deelre. That to a born attribute
or Dttinoeratlq polltJemas (hat grows
wltb luoreaslMg age.
Idaho World's Bir Xxfaifeit.
World's Fair Cowwtosiooar Vell
has returned from North Idaho,
where he has ue on Ihmihwh wi
nRtwl wltb work he has In hand,
Ah Important feature of tile mUwIon
wm to get from tlt arohltwt at
gfwkaM tbe dtalU of tbe Idalw
tMjIIdlBg at Mh Mr. Tke (WtalU
oHibraw sobw aistMiun Aturcw.
Kati roew. in the ImlWlH wUl t)
Mutolied in dlrVut kind of wood.
Ou will be Uw "e4i tihh, an
iimibufiunxm,'i wkr th
"tawMk mum,' u4. mm, 0m
ufUMroMi wtUU sUd ubh g
buotbM' fcd. ItwitlN9ibyM
kd, It Willb fttrulblMd Willi K
ttompUtm, vr wktosi will W Ura,
M MsiMMslb. tJisi. SmtUIb Isktt
wwwj s WtW ajsi1V i
Highest of all in Leavening
1 jmsm- IaVW
All the furnishing will be typial of
the huater's home. It will, be the
gentlemen's reception' room. The
main corridor of the building will
bo floored with Hat lava rock,, while
(he stdea will be lined with minerals,
making a magnificent display of tbe
mining resorcea of the state. Ob
the second floor wlll.be a transverse
hallf opening on either end on a
wide veranda. This will be kuowu
as the "mica halt,1' aud-will be fin
ished entirely In mloa from Latah
county, the mining company hav
lug uudertaken to furnish all the
material. This tactile finest mica In
tne worm anu will make a oeautlful
showing. The mica used wlll.repi'e
sent a value of $3000. Bmall A Col
by, of Old Mission,, have taken a
contract to lurnisu an tua timber
and logs for the building, Including
a flag pole 295, feet tall. The mater
ial ts ali ready for shipment by Dec
ember 1. Commissioner Wells vis
ited Poet Falls, Crour'd'Alene city,
Wardner, Valliioe,Hriti Murray. In
the three latttr towns, ho assisted in
tho organization of wide-awake
womenfc clubs. Tho club at Murray
will secure an exhibit of gold nug
gets, while the clubs at Wallace and
Wardner will have a e liver statue
modeled from Ccour d'Aleno silver.
Deafaess Can't be Cured. ,
by local application, as they cannot,
roach tbe diseased portion of tbe
ear. ' There Is only one way'toeure
deafness,, aud that la by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused
by an Inflamed condition of tbe
mucous llulugof the Eustachian
Tube. When this tube gets Inflam
ed you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, aud when' It is
entirely closed, deafness Is the re
sult, aud unless the lnflamatiou can
bo taken out aud the lube, restored
to Its uormalcondltlon, bearing will,
bo destroyed forever; nine cases out
of ten are caused by catarrh, which
is nothing but an InAataed condi
tion of tbe mucous siirfaoetu
We will give one i hundred dollars
lor any case or uearness (oaueeu uy
catarrh) that we 'oaunot cure by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend
for circular, free, F. J, Cheney &
Co., Toledo, O, Bold by druggists,
Following are tho letters remain
ing In the Balem postotllce uncalled
for Nov. ,10, 1882. Persons cnlllng
for same please say "advertised."
Auderson.Anna Allen Jns
Bower Jacob ,
Gana'L C . ,
Henry Mrs B
LaUoutity Mrs A
liarsen Lars P
MoMlllenJ -, v
Mooney W ' '
Baldwin II L
Coll C W
Frltzgerald T C
Lewis Mrs L
McDonald J A
Noorc H J
Moores Chas R
Norman J G '
Bubderlatid Rev Smith Mm A
Hcott & Uantley Bprlugham Batn'l
Thompson J" W
WltseuMrH J D
Williams Mrs M
Ed of Press,
Thomas A O
Wood J L
Wilson J II
A. N. GILBERT, P. M.
It Should Be in Every House.
J. B. Wilson. 871 Clay St., Sharps
burg. Pa., says be will not be with
out Dr, King's New Discovery for
Coiisuniptslou, Coughs and Coltk,
tbatltuured his wife who was threat
ened with Pneumonia after an at-
tak of La Grippe, when various ot ti
ter remeays ana several pnysietans
bad done her no gool, Rcttert Bar
tjeri of Cooksport, Pa claims Dr.
King's New DUoovery has done
him more good than auy thing he
ever ueetl for Lung Trouble. Noth
ing llk(j It. Try It. Free Trial
Bottles at Danlal J, Fry's drug
NtM-e, 906 Com'l St. Large botthw
50a aud S100,
, ITHTMIIMT,., '
That is Why I
ChatHlwIaln's Cough Betfiedy
gives the best SHtkfaetloa of aey
ougti hmmIMh) I haiwlkt, and as a
seller, buds all other irparatktts in
this pwtrket. I reeewimeHd It Ur
ewltJ ttte tmt nMdMee I ever
baHdteti fer" , eahto awdesenfi.
A. W. jftbMdtie, Mlllerttvllto, IW.
Fer sale by JBaekett 4 Van ttiy fw.
BMIealwaiid's tmmm are as na4-
BMTM llMUH. IMkllll i.lU& B. W.Tg,
Bagssslii. phulsra l bust UitcMiwuiet,
DiftMMki la It
Um ium M uuW Uum
ky trtfr Ltttw Livw
t Ut m awttl ksrsMaTi
m iwvu HmX y we to th
i'tm astt 11mm wtw am
anna ill rtatrf ia
power. Latest U. S Gl I
PLUCKINU THE ObTHICME
0ther(ri the Aannirf Omp ml
at t'ue Coronada Fara.
The inVitatioa of "Biddy,
coma bid," and handfulsof
com scattered oyer the brotrai
ar. uie uoronaaooewicn larm i
the eloveai full grown birds
feathery traM' before E. P. 1
and his colored aatdstant A-t
of cm-ions people banked th
railing along the west reaorrw eajf 1
It was tlieiwoond plucking!
Keasou, but of a generally I
of birds ft-om the American
coinpany a iafent frm at 1
aa interval of eignt mont
yatet-a wtw in nw Bnutu
a limp flonr wwk danjfhjd trim-.
roar lf 'pocket- It jred.mred
tune tOwmuteract thewwpic
.would flate up;in -a fringe of j
neolffi. until the rettmurinar
itlie sodlliihg Voice oif tan
caused them to "dropin
tho tumptntioain'tlie sand.
Suddenly thore .Was." wM 1
pnde, and theu neck -of th0
ismiale tlmtiWaters bad lient '
va9 hooded In .the sackl, an of
for' broathinir lidmittinaf
"mches of Iter bill. Behveen the i
this'tratigely nbduercreature '
,'Kuided into' an open end. PtalL Ai
paveutly the oameh; ynth its fot
" .. - w.t-i - .."' J
anu ait oye asioep, teeis. iw neij.
tiesa yviiba. blinded., There wa ;
rosistalico, aUiepo.werfully ;
toecduld not get a buck hit at
pluckor. The twbiatunt stood I
as guard, vfhile , Watoni
Bmpptxi ana; answered que
Thoy learned ;tha in' eaeh
over the. proteotow oi' dohs f
there., grow' to "maturity in
months r twentv-six. Ion.
.... ?i . . r; .. ' . - . . '.
plumes. ' in tue black male i
pure- white, .but the feiwd,?
slight sbadlngsf of ecru or gmy i
a,weep or. wiort l eatnen
splepdkVfan. of white ia
tiiw. ajodeaoh wingxurnisbeei
five of thte. The tnfi foattef
toned into a deeD old ivorv. muami
Ave of these arelbf 'ootnmerolBl t
ScisHora were' ueed oulv todio
long white plumes, as this ntaat
uone a motita or more- before
tunty to prevent tbe, ends
wmppettiOUt. - Tne-qniite tat
pulled when ripe. Neai'ly 300 j
era were secured from Biddy,
wm navoa market vaitoeof at
dollars dfter.being curled and
Tlie female averages seventy e
In a year, and nowadays theie
all ihcubated at, Fallbrook. wl
alfalfa pastures await ,.tbe.
onee.- lireon feed at Corona
the, eleven coste on a daily ai
sixty corns. jNone. of these
over three years of ageand alii
native sons and, daughters.
youngest inale a splendid
co&tea.fouow is bat sixteen
old, and thta'seeoiMl. plucking fcL1
experience wa certoinly ant
He 'fousht. kiokedand t
turougb tiie prooess, but Mr. -W
secured trora hitu the. Quest
of the pick.. A second ferns
denuded, and the remainder
left unmolested for a third plti
isan jjiege wun. '
Dr, Edward Everett1 Hale i
luttei's of trayet In the Boston (
tnonwealth gives some
notes On the country of Soutoey i
Wordsworth, He writes:
Tlie ride from Windermere-
uraomore, and then to Ke
lug Ambleside lint and later
Thiriinere valley,, Uncertainly qbmN
uie exceptionauy oeauunu
travel in the world. . Tnei
as it is fair to all such nia4
are clce at hand; very stscm!
ged aud rooky, not wooded.
clouted in patobes of bright
whksh I' suppose are Ptem i
To sum up uaott for all the I
wo, or three days, and tnshasrf
resmers iww many oia nvoriws
f ouimI, here m list : - Our little i
robiu, or1' oranestiill ; oar
geranium, our wild pink
laria nodosa); that prstly
thyme, (BeryhiUum), whim
trod uoed. with us; Enplirssan
tuiUs, which we have at Qrnjstl
uau. vye, nave seen Hk
white and purple, the
Scotch heather, a gtorUssi
routn which we do Mi
walki, pntssntillsii. butsetwnsv i
and knvrkwead as with nav
. Tortosios in tronttMl 1
much fresh water for
have often dimiovesil
which the human
scnoras- Whenew ft
It soon ooverud if '
WHMHW WimRJf BJl m i
bnt the tortoise