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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 20 February 1889

pi Bvaruaarzis THE LEGISLATURE. Only Two More Days yof the Short Session. THE GOVERNOR VETOES AGAIN. Unt tho House Doesn't Stand By Him This Time. the UAir.RO.VD COJIMISSIONKIIS. Ti.n lllll Will Uecomo 11 Law and tho Hoard Will bo Elected. As tho lust days of the session draw nigh, the number of specta tors unci lobbyists increase. To clay the corrodors and rotuudns are crowded to their utmost capacity. A great deal of lobbying is being done by friends of some of tho members, who are interested in' tho passage of certain measures before the senate is over. And now Oregon is to have a real live board of railroad commissioners, the House this morning having passed tho bill over the governor's veto. The commission is about as In former days powerless. As Sen ator VcatclTsaid, about all there 'is to it Is salary. The time for the introduction of new bills has passed. The laws that are to be made havo already been Introduced. TUESDAY P. M. SESSION. Housc'iYriiendirfents on Sinclair's bil...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 20 February 1889

.- ... , anrnfmjmiwLMaamn ma3tmucgmavaifjMir"" ,r jtm viriitm r CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital ofllie Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and News From tho Country. The School Census. Dnvld Simpson, who is engaged in taking the school census of the Salem district tells us that ho finds many now people and that this year's census will be very much larger than that of last. The 1888 list, returned March first last, gave Salem 1090 children of school age, between the ages of fourand twenty. The total population of the district was 8242. This year Mr. Simpson thinks the total will reach if not exceed 10,000, whilo the school cen sus will show a large increase. These arc pertinent straws, show ing that Slem is receiving a good share of the immigration. Still thero is room for many more here. Did You Sep the Sea, C ? The threo "C" entertainment at the Congregational church last night was a most attractive one. The at tendance was small hut the program was well...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 21 February 1889

Its. ! l'Mi CAPITAL k JOURNAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 18S9. NO. 291. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVK LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. Cornet Commercial nnd Ferry streets, every Sat urday nt 7:30 p.m. J . T. GllEOQ. JA8. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE Company. i Fire and Ma rino. OS. ALB ERT. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General House Moving, Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done at.rcasonable rates. Orders left at Capitai. Journal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BRO S. nave moved their meat market from 300 where they Invite all their customers and friends to call nnd see them. They guar antee nil their meats, etc.. ns represented Ifyou want a nice roast, steak, pork or any thing In first class meat market, call on West Bro's.. 91 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been in tlio butch er business In Salem for a long time nnd they have built up a reputation to bo proud of, as turning ou...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 21 February 1889

mmmm unuumwmm - nrrn EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL THURSDAY, FEB. 21, 1889. I'OIlLtSHEt EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. I1Y TUB Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCORPORATED Olttre, Corner Court and Liberty StrcctE TEltMB OK KUHSORIPTION;. DAILY. One your, by mall.-. J5 W) Hlx months, by iimll 2 H) Three months by mull 1 25 Per week delivered by currier 16 WEEKLY. Ono year. 81 ? Hlx months Ouo year, If paid fur In advance, 1 00 Hlx months, " " " 60 ajr-PostmnfcterN aro authorized to receive- subscriptions. AiyKntercd as second-class matter at the nlom.Orcgon, rostolllce. June 21. 188S. W. II. BYAHS -CIjAKK II. IKVINE Editor Manager. ARTIFICIAL RAINFALL. Nearly every proposition "to make it rain" Is based on the Idea that gunpowder explosions caused it to rain during our war. That great rains fell, soon after great battles, In the vieinrigo where fought, was a fact known to theanclents. Among others who mention this plienome ndn, if our memory is correct, Plutarch, in life of Marlus rema...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 21 February 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. Tnero is Only Ono More Day For Them. BILLS RUSHING TUROUGH. The Second and Third Readings Pass Oh Speedy Wings. TO-MOItllOTV NIGHT THE LAST. The Vcr Diem 1YU1 lo Ended anil The Members Gone. SENATE. WEDNESDAY P. M. SESSION. TouRue, bill to nrovido against spreading of infectious diseases araoug domestic stock; passed Armstrong, bill for relief of Mrs. N. J. McPhcrsou; passed. Condon, bill creating state board of horticulture; passed. Myers, bill protecting contractors, sub-contractors and laborers; passed. Kullerton. bill to create board of agriculture for Southern Oregon; passed. ' Bill by committee on counties fix ing fees of clerks in certain counties; passed. Tongue, bill to increase efficiency iu public schools; passed. Condon, bill fixing fees of bailiff of supreme court; passed. Watts, prohibiting deductions for indebtedness; lost. Dimick, amending charter of Sa lem; passed. Wager, regulating the foreclosure of mortgages; lost. ( THURSDAY A. M. SESSION. Commi...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 21 February 1889

B CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City and From tho Country. News Avery His done. Frank A. Avery, the mini who was shot on the train near Gervals Boveral weeks ago, left last night on the overland train for San Fran cisco, where he will remain with his parents until completely recovered. The ono ball remains iu his back yet, tho surgeons being unable to extract it. There is considerable of .Tekyl Hydo about Avery, after all. In appearance he is a gentleman and so conducted himself hi the presence of the writer. But those who con stantly attended him during his confinement say he Is ono of tho vilest of men, with no ambition above a life of pleasure and excesses. Oregon drown Tobacco. There was somo tobacco raised at Eugene last year of which samples were sent to San Francisco, to test its valueformanufacturing purposes, says tho Register. The report is to the effect that the product show's n healthy growth. There is ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 22 February 1889

if J' ' r IjfifiX CAPITAL . VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., KRI13AY FEBRUARY 22, 1889. NO. 202. JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. Oornej Commercial find Ferry streets, every Sat urday at 7:30 p.m. J . T. GREGG. J AS. W ALTON, Secretary. N. G. INBURANCK Company. FIro and Ma. rlno. OS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS -DO- General House Moving, Raising Repairing. Work promptly doneat.reasouabloratos. Orders lea at Capitai. Journal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf "WKST BRO'S. Have moved their meat market from 800 Commercial street, to 91 Court street, where they Invite all their customers and friends to call and see them, They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nlco roast, steak, pork or any thing In first class meat market, call on West Bro's., 01 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These centlemen have been In the butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have built up a ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 22 February 1889

- - p- EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL FRIDAY, FEB. 22, 1889. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. 1IY T1I&-- Capiial Journal' Publishing Company. iNConronATKD OHlcc, Tomer Court and Llberf r Street ti:hms of suhscwption,. DAILY. Ono year, by mall. ..... . 5 W) HIx iitonth, by irtnll. 2 jjO Tlirco months by mall . 1 2 Per week delivered by cm rier 15 wr.r.Kl.Y. One year . -?' K SK month" . "' Ono year. If paid for In ndvnncc, J 00 Six months, " " " UjH'ostrniistcrs nro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. -ttj-Knlcred us second-clnis mntter nt the nlem.Oiegon.l'ostoIlice. Juno 21. 188S. W. II. ItYAItS -CLAIM! It. IKVINK Editor Mannccr. WHY (JKUMIILK? Ave grumble greatly over the signs that power In our country has left the peoplo and Is now with the few. Hut could anything elso be expect ed? "What is government but busi ness. A community agrees to live under certain regulations ; its object Is the pursuit of happiness under good rules, by which they may car ry on their lawful busines...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 22 February 1889

THE LEGISLATURE. The Last bay of the Fifteenth Biennial Session. THE RAILROAD COMMISSION. Both Legislature and Governor Select a Full Board. NO HOMESTEAD LAW. Tll0 Legislature Jllrts Immigration Stay out of Oregon. This morning when Hunter's natno was called in the bouse, he asked unanimous consent to intro duce a now bill. A smile crept over the face of every member in the House, at any One trying to intro duce a bill'at the last Housoof the session, but he stated the bill was a substitute to a similar .bill that had passed both houses and become a law for the incorporation of the town of Grant, but by an overlook there was no enactment clause in the bill passed. No opposition was made to the bill and It was passed. The joint convention of tho two houses last evening was of consid siderable Interest and excitement The republicans supported their nominees almost to a man, but the democrats were angry, or more defi nitely speaking were mad, and vot ed blank. They declared that it was...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 22 February 1889

CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of (he Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City and From llio Country. News The Dairy Business. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman speaking ot the great Swiss Milk Co. of Illinois, says: "They expect to begin operations in June, and have put out a prospectus giving probable prices and require ments from contractors 80c. per cental forBUmmerinilk.fourmonths; $1.10 for four cool months; $1.40 for four winter mouths farmers to bring milk In cans which they furnish. After such an outlay of capital they will be obliged to pay enough for milk to break down the present creameries and this will revolutionize the existing methods of farming hire. Many of our farmers are now testing the matter weigh ingmilk and food.and figuring cost." It seems to us that, if there is any region on tho globo where the dairy business will pay, it is here. The great obstacles to success arc heat and cold, and yet it is just In the country cursed by e...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 23 February 1889

".-V, CAPITAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1S89. NO. 203. m t .rr-'- liliM g'gri JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. F., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall up stairs. Cornet Commerclnl and Ferry streets, every Sat urday at 7:30p.m. J . T. GREGG. J AS. WALTON, Secretary. N. G. INSURANCE I Company. ! Fire and Ma rino. 03. ALBERT. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General Hoaso Moving, Repairing. Work promptly done unreasonable ratos. Orders left nt Capital Jouhnal ofllce will receive attention. 9-11-tf WKST BRO'S. rave moved their meat market from 300 I Commercial street, to 91 Court street. where they Invito all their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar antee all their meats, etc.. as represented If you want a nice i oast, steak, pork or any thl'iR In first class meat market, call on West Bro's.. W Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen havo been In the butch er business In Salem for a long time and they have built up...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 23 February 1889

EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL SATURDAY, FEB. 23. 1889. PUBLISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I INCOKPOItATEI) J Oaice, Corner !Court and Mbertr Streete terms ok suhscmitiom,. DAILY. Oneyenr, tiy mall 5 00 six months. b.v mall 2 m Tltrea months oy mr.ll 1 2o Per week delivered by carrier 15 WKBICIiY. Ono year --S1 W) Hlx months . 7,5 Ono yenr, lr paid for 111 advance, 1 00 Hix months, " " " 60 B"l'ostmiiHtcrs are authorized to re ceivo Hiibscrlptlons. -STSJCnlcred 111 second-class matter at tlio nlcm, Oregon, Poslolllce, Juno 21, 1888. W. II. IIYAKS -ULAKE It. IUVINK Editor Manager. iu:roiti;Tiir, people, The general appropriation bill just nnsKcd sums tin the cxtravatnuico of the present legislature. Their work Is before you and It costs over seven hundred thousand dollars for the government of your state for two years, or mora than three hundred and llfty thousand per year to con duct the government of a state which lias not over sixty thousand voters...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 23 February 1889

r I THE LEGISLATURE. The Session of Forty Days Has Adjourned Sine Die. BULL RUN MTTLE AGAIN. Governor Pcnnoyer's Veto is Sustained To the Last. THE KXriKING HOURS. The Members Indulgo'ln a Mild Quan tity of Ilumur, SENATE. FRIDAY P. M. SESSION. Haskell. Bill aiding Baker coun ty to construct a road from Hunting ton to Conner creek ; passed. Watkins. To reconsider vote by wbirii Smith's bill for relief of Wasco county was lost ; adopted, aud bill passed. Belknap. Bill to aid Benton county in constructing road from Alsca to Tidewater ; lost. House amendments to Steel's bill for propagating salmon j concurred in. Condon. Bill for support, of state university ; passed. Senate concurrent resolution by Cauthorn approving the action of the secretary of state in establishing state printer's office in capitol build ing; adopted. Committee on public lands to in vestigate sales of public lands xe ported with recommendations. Moore. Bill aiding Tillamook and Washington counties to construct a r...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 23 February 1889

I I rnriTmnr"' " KEAL ESTATE. CAPITAL CITY NEWS. Recital of the Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over the City and News From tho Country. Col. Lee and Cheni&wa. John Lee of Crawfordavillc, Ind., who was appointed upon tho rec ommendation of Senator Voorheea soon after the advent of this admin istration, to bo superintendent of Indian bchools in a section of the far west, has been removed by Bee rotary Vilas. Mr. Lee is tho father-in-law of Maurlco Thompson, tho well known novelist and state geolo gist of Indiana, and his olllelal de capitation will create surprise Sec retary Vilas was requested by Eepre scntatlvo John A. Stone to state tho oharges upon which Mr. Leo was removed, but tho Chicago News says they have not as yet been announc ed. Tho investigation was made by den. Gordon, but his report has not yet been submitted to the public gaze. Maxwell 1'aned by Ills Friends. Yesterday the house clerks assem bled in tho office of tho secretary of stato and ...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 25 February 1889

OT . ' CAPITAL JOURNAL VOL. 1. SAU3M, OR., MONDAY FEBRUARY 25, 1SS9. NO. 204. MISCELLANEOUS. OLIVE LODGE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall nnntnlrn. Hnrno, qommerclal nnd Ferry streets, every Bat- urdayat 7:30 p.m. J. T, GREGG. ' Secretary. JAS. WALTON, N.Q. INSURANCE .Company. ;FJre and Ala- iUU 03. Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS I i i -DO General House Moying, Raising and Rep airiog. Work promptly donoat reasonable ratos. Orders left at Capital Journal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BRO'S. Have moved tliclr meat market from 800 Commercial street, to Vt Court street, where they Invltp all their customers ana friends to call and see them. They guar antee alt their meats, etc.. ns represented Jf you want a njee i oast, steak, pork or any thing in first class meat market, call on West Dro's . 01 Court street, ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These gentlemen have been in the butch er business in oaiem ior a long umo ana they have bUIlt up a reputation to b...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 25 February 1889

,CEieS "-.?-' In 'aLmtitjLuettMttMmatLrmn 7Mi wrjUMitvvgaggjLjjiiinjm tena, EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL MONDAY, FEU. 25, 1889. PUHI.ISHED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. I IMOOIirollATP.D O.llce, Tomer ICourt anil Mlicrr Streets TKUMS 01'' SUIJSCUII'TIOM. DAILY. Onoycnr, by mull-,. W W) six month'), by mall 2 60 Tlireo inontlis by inr.Il 1 25 lor week delivered by carrier 16 wjieki.y. One year SI 50 Six mcmtlii 1 W One year, If imld for In advance, 1 00 Hix months, ' 60 jJB-1'ostmnstcrn aro authorized to re ceive subscriptions. ATW-ntcred as hecond-clnss matter at tho nlcm.OrcKon, Postollloo, Juno 31, 1888. W. II. HYAKS -OLAKK II. IKVIXK Editor Manager. Wn have now forty-two states in tho Union. This probably secures tlie republican party absolute con trol of the government during this generation. Knowincj and deeming it a crime of the first magnitude in a legislator to receive money for his services wc would bo slow to believe any mem ber of our Jcgisla...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 25 February 1889

V iiib 'i" iiiumffli'iBixiaMaiiiFJJuui'cmwmajim; wriaKauamjij.M,ULmm-j wnm Interesting Statistic. It is ascertained by statistics kept during periods of twenty to forty years tbat: nr every 100 persons in business lii Cincinnattl 00 dio poor. Of every 100 persons Jn business in Boston 95 die poor. Of every 100 persons in business in ew York 98 die poor. A Of every 100 persons in business in PlilladclybiaOOdlopoor. gee writings of Nullum Capen, of Massachusetts, and Freedly. Sir. Wrigbt. chief statistician of Massa chusetts, makes the average in that state 99 per cent. A moderate estimate of an average of the failures of the world is 95 per cent, leaving tho chauco for success barely 5 percent. Fifty per cent fail from living bo yontl their means. Twenty percent fail from outside speculation. Ten percent iau irom mmiug uu yond their capital. Ten per cent fail from neglect in book-kcopiuK and too much credit ing. Five per cent tall from natural shrinkage in values. Five per cent die w...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 25 February 1889

cmmBtjriJMiJiuJOjjdiimMiBM mh iw.wit,amuitvwrw CAPITAL CITY HEWS. .Recital ofllic Daily Doings Compiled From Various Sources. Happenings Over llio City and From tho Country. News Who Jlcl'herson Is. The recent scandal in tho Oregon Senate with reference to the collec tion ofMcPhcrson's old cluim hua caused many persons to enquire who that gentleman is. The following from an old paper may give tho de- sired information : "Tho Salem Mercury of May 27th contains a let ter from W. A..McPherson, in which ho lcuounees his connection with the Republican party, and accepts position as assistant editor of tho Mercury. Mr. McPhcrson was the Republican State Printer of Oregon two years ago, and did much ser vice for tho party as an editor. He knows whereof ho spoaks, and could, no doubt,tell some wonderful thinns connected witli tho inside machin ery by whicii that party has been managed for sovoral years past. Wo extend the right hand of fellowship to Mc, and trust that ho will exhib it fruit...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 26 February 1889

EkJt rf-ivyyt spny wt K CAPITAL VOL. 1. SALEM, OR., TUBS 13 AY FEBRUARY 26, 1S89. MO. 205. JOURNAL. MISCELLANEOUS, OLIVLODQE No. 18, I. O. O. P., meets In Odd Fellows' Hall upstairs. Oornci Commercial and Ferry Btrccts, every Sat- urdayat7:30p.m, J.T. UllHUU. Secretary. JAS. WALTON, N.G. INSUItANCK Company. I Fire and Ma rino. OS. ALBERT, Agent, - - Salem, Oregon HOWARD BROTHERS DO General House Moving Raising and Repairing. Work promptly done unreasonable rates. Orders left at Capital Journal office will receive attention. 9-11-tf WEST BRO'S. Have moved their meat market from 300 Commercial street, to 84 Court street, where they Invite all their customers and friends to call and see them. They guar antee all their moats, etc.. as represented If you want a nice 1 oast, steak, pork or any thing In first class moat market, call on West Ilro's., 94 Court street. ONLY SELECT STOCK KILLED. These centlomen have been In thebutch- t business In Salem for a long time and they have built up a...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening capital journal. — 26 February 1889

.miruiii miiuimmjuiuTJ M, Iff EVENING CAPITAL JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1889. -l'CnLlSIIED EVERY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. Capital Journal Publishing Company. INCOKPOItATFU Oillcp, Corner ICouit anil Mbcrf) Streets tkiimh of nuhscwiitioi. DAILY. Ono year, by mull ... .3 Ml Six months, by mull 'i. CO Tlireo months by mull 1 25 Per week delivered by carrier 15 , WIIKKJ.Y. Ono year SI fiO Sl montlix . 75 Out- year, If juld for In advance,.. 1 on Mix months, " " " CO 3-rostmnslers aro authorized to re ceive subscription. 35-Kntcred as second-class matter at tho Alein.OrcKon, I'ostolllcu, Juno 21, 1888. W. II. IIYAItS -OUIIK II. IKV1NB Editor Malinger. fiATTI.K STAKVATION. The East Oregonlan says "cattle arc beginning to starve to death on tho ranges, that tho reservo is over stocked and all tho grass on a thous and acres can ho put in ones hat." This is but the beginning of what might have been expected. Sheep so destroy tho grasses, etc., that nothing springs up where they feed for a tii'...

Publication Title: Evening Capital Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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