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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 12 July 1873

en mtew&mvmr 1 1 ihml Puff riruJIW.iK1?lllilMMIMMWWWW i ;i . i "- "i flfcT - wr-!tfir ' 3MSmk imi'iimiumiMiiwfHUJ'iJKiaM ASTORIM? JL dX JL TRT-WEEK T-5 - i-m.4i j - m l. ASTORIA, (mo, JULY 12, 1873; 1.6. THE ASTORIAN. rUBLISHKD EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Artoria, Oregon. I. C. IIU2IAXD Proprietor Subscription Kates: Ono Copy one year.. So 00 One Copy six months y y" One Copy throe niontlis............"....;.;- 1 w B Single Number, Ten Cents. && Advertising Kates: One Insertion persqiiaro, 10 lines or lcss...$2 50 Each additional Insertion, pors.juaro 2 0U Yearly adv'te per month, per square 1 oO Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astohivv in San Francisco. m Anv friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Wood. The schooner Adelaide discharged a cargo of wood at Flavels' -w...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 12 July 1873

c&n THE ASTORllN, ASTORIA, OREGON . C. IRELAXD Editor. SATURDAY, : July 12, 1S73 BLACK SAXD, Much has been said concerning the exhaustless wealth of Clatsop county and the adjacent country but not all that could be by any means. The black auriferous sands which is found in exhaustless quan tities at the mouth of the Columbia river have been almost totally over looked. Now that these sands are at tracting the attention of scientific men, as they have never done before, it is a good time to bring them be fore the notice of the public. A wri ter in the Overland Monthly almost totally ignores the rich deposits of this valuable article in our immediate neighborhood. He says: "these gold bearing sands are known to exist along our Northern coast for a dis tance of over two hundred miles, reaching from the 41st to the 44th degree of latitude. Trinidad Bay on the southern limit and theUmpqua river on the Northern limit, have proved to be within the belt contain ing these beach sands, in ...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 12 July 1873

31 fttZt THE ASTORIAN. SATURDAY July 12, 1873 COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. liejoort on the Harbor and Shipping of the port of Astoria Facts Im- poi'tant to the JPublie. At a meeting df the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce, held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at the Farmer's Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the mntter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in width affords over six milca of secure anchorage for the largest classed vessels, in from six to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that effected any damage to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands of commerce re quire, about five consecutive miles of dock age may be cneapiy consuuciea irom ine river bank to the edge of the channe...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 12 July 1873

m THE ASTOEIAN. SA.TUBDAY July 12,1873 THE ItATZST HEWS. Gold in New York to-day, 1151. Portland Legal Tender rates, 85 buying; 86 selling. Stanly expects to reach, the Yellow stone August 1st. A violent type of cholera has ap peared in Berlin. An attempt was made to fire the exposition building at Yienna on the 8th. An inquiry into the causes of the loss of the city of "Washington is to be made. A system of fraudulent importa tions has been detected at Springfield, .Massachusetts. The Carlists of Spain have captur ed San Questra in Kavarre, and shot IV tax collector. Major M, P. Berry was installed as Deputy Grand Chancellor of the It. Of Pw for Oregon. A procession of Colored Sunday School children were attacked by Ismail boys on the 7th in Baltimore. The Pacific Mail Company's- move ments again attract notice.. Th&.60 days grace is up. en: the-May.transac- Several fatal' casseof cholera among flita'poor clasgBiis..rQpoi:ted in Little Sqck,, thr.eec- cases- in Memphis and 83Hi...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 15 July 1873

en 'PWWHJ.i'JH l"rPMgrgg'ranF'yW'HgWgBBBqii ,. -J! A . F&SA A aE'B- AST0EIA,M, JULY 15, 1873. 1.7. VoL 1 , . j j . u ,-- i.aT,l J Viri' ' Xxlx VY JliJuIlJUx -uXUXtxillii.. .. - ' THE ASTO-RIAN. PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. B. C.IREIiAXD .' Proprietor Subscription Kates: y , . One Copy onoyc.ar. & 00 One Copy six months 00 One Copv three month 1 ST Single dumber, Ten Cents. && Advertising Kates: ' I One Insertion per square, 10 lines or les3...S2 oO Eaeh additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'te per month, per square 1 oO Aleuts : L. P. Fisiifr, 20 and 2L Xow Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent foi the Astokiyv in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Pleasure Craft. A line pleasure yacht is "being constructed at Cape Disappointment, and mil be launch ed in...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 15 July 1873

z au" ''''MWBagtswasaeJiMKJr'ia ' wmmv m THE ASJOgjAlL ASTORIA, OREGO 2. C. IREA3T .jL.fcflitor. Tuesday ............r.-rjfertr, IS73 VISIT TO CiATSOP PfcAIXS. Saturday afternoon we made a hurried trip though from Astoria, to ihe end of the route "of Summer pleasure seekers on Clatsop Plains. The preparation that have been made for the accommodation of visi tors cannot be excelled. At Skipa lion we found Hr. Pease and Mr. "Wirt both, well provided with teams and .conveyances, besides the regular home-Uke attractions at their res pective houses of entertainment Mr Pease is offering his place to gether with the stock, for sale or to rent, but Mr. Wirt appears to be iixed for a life time, and in a wayto prolong the life of any who may wish to tarry with him. The road through to Dc&ter's (Sea side House), is in fine -condition, and a lively pair of hdrse3 took us from ..Skipanon to the Seaside, a distance of fifteen miles, in short order. Bark er's teams leave the landing on the arr...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 15 July 1873

(31 T-ijm,A' 1 ww m" hi"' atmtwrm IMri t B-fr. jrc -, ve"n.'1-r"?' m mmmt ' j -t - I..LJ1 LJIIl- THE ASTORIAE. .TUESDAY JTJEY15, 1873 i a am COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. Report on the Harbor and Sliipping of the port of Astoria Facte Im 'portant.to the Public At a meeting of the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce, held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoi ia, for use at the FiirrneVs Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the matter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a mile in width affordb over bix miles of fcceure anchorage for the largest classed vessels, in irom. six to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have ,yet visited the harbor that effected any damage to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands 'of commerce re quire, About five cons...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 15 July 1873

MJ T H"EA"S T 0 E rAX TUESDAY July Id, 1873 THE liATEST-NEWS. Gold5nrKeV York to-day, llof. Portland Legal Tender rates, 852 buyingj S6 .selling. Col. Tom Scott has gone to Europe on Railroad, business. ,. ' Bellows has resigned the Yice Presidency of the Pacific Mail Steam ship company. y An attempt to kidnap a witness (Lord Gordon), at Port Garry and take him to America, probably to testify in some Jtailrdad case, caused great excitement on the' Minnesota border a few dajs ago. The detec tives sent after him and prominent citizehs of Minneapolis implicated in the affair were rudely handled by Her Majasty's subjects in official station -up tHere. ' ' - r-." A BoYrslDEA of Heads, Heads are of different shapes and sizes. They are full of notions. Lare heads do not always hold the most. Soihe persons can tell, just what a man is by the shape of his head. High heads are the best kind. 'Very know ing people are called long headed. A fellow that won't stop for any thing or-Any body is.ca...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 17 July 1873

Ul -A vTinvs X EI-WE .f1 . ji js Yfll. 1. ASTORIA, OBIGOI, JULY 17, 1813. Ho. . . M : . : r ' " EI Y ASTOflM. f THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. CIREIiAKD '. Proprietor Subscription Rates: Ono Copy one year- $3 00 Ono Copy six months 3 00 Ono Copy three months 1 50 eser Single Number, Ten Cents, "ffa Advertising Rates : Ono Insertion porsquare, 10 lines or less...$2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per square 1 50 Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 Now Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for tho Astoria.v in San Francisco. Any friend who fools an interest in tho pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. CITY INTELLIGENCE. Unity. Our correspondent at Unity ommitted to enclose his letter. The en velope came all right. Cahoxdolet Table. Arrigoni has added a splendid Caronddlet tahle to the furnishing of the Occid...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 17 July 1873

tzj Wi-".ie -mmt: THE ASTOEI ASTOltf A, OREGON:;. I. C. IRELAXJ 4 f.!3fBItor.' THURSDAY.... July 17, 1S33 THE 'TKXX'SlTIOX IX POLITICS. Prom our independent view of the political horizon, recent events pre sent" Home "strange 'anomalies. The recent changes wrought! in our politi cal fabric and social polity by the late dil war, "necessarily modified the fundamental principles of existing political parties. But when we find many of the originators of such plat forms of radical changes apparently in opposition thereto, and its life long opponents acquiescing heartily there in, or openly advocating the same, it exhibits an anomaly and a transition to an observant and thoughtful mind, at home and abroad, of the fickleness of human nature. "Who would have predicted ten years ago the' abolition of slavery, or the enfranchisement of the enslaved,and a hearty acquiescence therein? or a few years later that the father of the Greenback currency should utter an opinion from the highest judicia...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 17 July 1873

31 wmmas&mi&tii "Wtfcr THE ASTORIAN. THURSDAY July 17, 1873 '420MM38RCIAL STATISTICS. " Report on the Harbor and Shipping Of the port of Astoria Facts Im portant to tlve Public. At a meeting of the Astoria Cham ter of Commerce, held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre parestatistics of the harbor and ship ping.of the port of Astoria, for use at 'the Farmer's Convention. Fol&owing is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the matter of harbor, and shipping intelli .gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying -from a quarter of a mile to a mile in width -affords over tix miles of secure anchorage for the largest clawed vesbelb, in from six to twelve fathomt, of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that sfibcted any damage to shipping riding at anchor in the bay, or lying it the wharf. Should the demands of commerce re quire, about five -consecutive miles of dock ace may be cheaply constiueted from the rive...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 17 July 1873

w r ....? t .-' wsjB-j,i0im,jatjm-wi , nr.ay-gjpwwftanniimMi .- wnaa.. rwr r, nc . , i 4i v- -. hSriTCfcXVA.JS . 'i THE ASTORIAN. SMALL-POX CURE. MISCELLANEOUS. : ' LEGA NOTIGES. H '. THURSDAY ;... July 17, 1873 THE ITEST NEtVS. - Gold in New York to-day; 115. Portland Legal Tender rates, S5J buying; 86 selling Crop prospects in Europe are fa vorable. Several deaths from cholera hav,e occured at Paducah, Kentucky. ' V A fife at Grand Bapids Michigan, destroyed $300,000 worth of property on the 13th. The Northern Pacific Railroad terminus has been located' on Puget Sound at Commencement Bay Tacoma. The Japanese government have sent orders for the return of students sent to the United States for instruc tion. The Pacific Mail Steamship Com pany is said to be in a tight place. To obtain money for immediate vants several steamers are to be sold. Dr. J. A. Chapman, Chairman of the Democratic State Central 'Com mitte has come out in a card pledg ing to support the Kepublicart party hereaf...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 July 1873

en mmrti v''l eassammmtmammm H .IA. K&CQTRA HHT .-.III '. frMtfcJiiiI sni tj.'i j , i ' noiikfOi$i i A r pijpn i i Yfll. 1. ASTORIA, ORE JULY 19, 1873. 1. 9:. WEEKLY i ( iBr-i i i i i i m I U I AS.LUJiMJ: I I m THE ASTORIAN. PUBLISHED EVERT TUESDAY.THURSDAX AND SATURDAY, - Monitor BuildingAstoria, Orogonr D. C IBELAXB ..Propridtor Subscription Hates: One Copy one year.- - So 00 OneCopy six months - 3 00 One-Copy three months.....-..............."- 1 50 3" Single Number, Ten Cents, & Advertising Kates : One Insertion per square, 10 lines or less...S2 50 Each additional Insertion, per square. 2 00 Yearly adv'ts per month, per square .. 1 50 . I " Agents: l L. P. FiSher, 20 and 2i Now Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for the Astoria.h in San Fxancisco. Any fricrid who fools an iritorost in the pros perity of this region, is authorized to act as Agent for this paper, in procuring subscribers. city intelligence. Steamer for Skipaon. It will "be seen by referring...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 July 1873

CZJ THE AST.ORIA.S. I. AST0RIA)REG02sT: C. IIUEXAXI,. Edigr SATURDAY(,...E..tJM.roL9.l5c3 too much faith in the intelligence of thilTjSeople "to entertainjthe .thought for one moment. But Oregon must - t acftup'to a ration al'standpbint. I&the fc. . ' -,,!U -ytS. h" t i pvac isaanerettio 01 senamg ix wneelrbarrow'to market, AyiieiuiEQ THE TEKMlXrS I.OCATED. The vexed question has finally been t WlnA The annuo tlirtt. lflVS the ffold- 5fettIV- .zA & 7 "i &BammA en egg has at last appeared, full fledg ed, and' ready for business: Tacoma, situated on Commencement Bay, at the mouth of the Puyallup river, the dis patches inform us, has been selected as the site for the great city of the north-west, where is to be concentra ted the wealth of the Orient and the Occident. Our views as to the magnificent results to flow from the construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad are in close sympathy with the most ur. horse team can as well be sent, I Puget Sound wins, and Oregon lose...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 July 1873

C33 'B THE ASTORIAN. SATURDAY... i.x3tr 19, 1873 t i .' COMMERCIAL STATISTICS i Report mtfic Harbor xind Shipping qf the' port of Aslot;iafiacts Im portant to' Vic Public At a meeting, of the Astoria Cham ber of Commerce,' libld in May last7 a committee was appointed to pre pare fctatisticsof the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at tic "Farmer's Convention. Following IB the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred I the matter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to offer the follewing: The water front of-Astoria, varying from a quarter of am'iletoamiiein width affords over sax miles of secure unehorage for the largebt clashed vessels, in from six to twelve fathoms of;Wiiter. No storms have jet vi&ited the harbor that effected any Iamage to shipping "riding at anchor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. - Should the demands of commerce re-; qiiire, ahout five consecutive mil es of dock ae may be,cheaply constructed from the river, bank to...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly astorian. — 19 July 1873

C4J na BK3I THE ASTORIAN. SATURDAY., ,.,.,, Jtnj ip, -KJ3 SUXAX OlXGS AXOJTG HORSES (From the New York Spirit of the Times, Our parson is one of the kind "who gives tn.e people the worth of the jjioney, so he gets up pretty extensive sermons for suchliot days. Last Sun day I sat until he got to llthly, and anclby that time, I got as dry as a contribution box; so I stepped out to get a drink at the pump. The meet ing is oh the corner, and the horses -were hitched along on both sides, a lpt of thern together. As I went out I saw something was on foot among the nags; most of them had their ears back and were showing their teeth, and stamping in anything but a re figioaa mood. When I got my fluid dowx I stopped to investigate the dis turbance among the horses, and as I knew horse Latin,, sat down on the steps to take notes- All were outside the rails and hitching-posts in a pav ed gutter, each beating a tattoo wTith & quartet of iron hoofs, which I t&ought would be more profitab...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 July 1873

II r"ur--Jl-l''iL'.-'i'''''P'.'w"!luiiii'.iMiiiiJL'i u u wi .WC Willi I M i III I' "III1 'fMijiiiwji iLv'ijiiijjaLLwiwwi u-i u i m i I ItagBgggHW'J''". .' 4. '1 lAMi i l pmi.iwwPW wpwaiwm. " i iji.v v" -"-"-" - w..i......m .. .. ,---, . -- -- - . 1H!A 1ST T TTTTlTlTTr 5 11 u u 14 i-r 1 YrillilllJU f; 'it fT VoL I . A'STOKIA, ORE TUESDAY I0EMC-, JULY 22, 1873. -' "fir. I r BVj j"' A v r I J V It nf M. Al - - m. AN K A V t - PUDLTSHIH) EVEKY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AXD SATURDAY, Monitor Building, Astoria, Oregon. I. C IREIjAXI Proprietor Snbscriptiosi Kates: Ono Copy one year. $j jJj Ono Copy sk months . 00 inonfe7."".V Ono Uopy three montns j. VST Single Number, Ten Cents. Advertising Kates : One Insertion por square, 10 linos or lcss...S2 .10 Each additional Insertion, persiuaro 2 0D Yearly udv'ts per month, per squaro 1 .10 Agents : L. P. Fisher, 20 and 21 New Merchants Ex change, is authorized to act as Agent for tho A.stoki vn in San Francisco. Any friend who feels an interest in tho p...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 July 1873

C2U ' PW THE ASTORIAff. ASTORIA, OREGON: 3. C. IBEIiAXD Eclltr. TUESDAY Ji:ly 90 1873 HXA1TH AND POTEBTY. There are in England, it is said no 'less 't Han one hundred and fifty regis tered kennels of foxhounds, "with staff stud and equipments as complete as those of an army corps. Many of them are supported by subscription; others1 as the Duke of Beaufort's, are maintained at private expense. So enormous is the cost of supporting and hunting these packs,, that not -a few Masters of houndfi expend from 1,000 to 2,000 per annum over and have kept such things back. aoove tneir ciud receipts, an ior me honor of the position. The club num bers from one to three hundred mem bers. Each member keeps at least one horse and hack, many of ihem half a dozen. As good hunters cost from 400 to 600, some idea may he had of the extravagant cost of the amusement of English fox hunting. There are in England millions of peo ple who are constantly hovering on the verge of starvation white, chris tian pe...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 July 1873

C31 tfa THE ASTOHIAff. TUESDAY . July22,1873 COMMERCIAL STATISTICS. Heport on the Harbor and Shipping of Vie port of Astoria Facts Im portant to the Public At a meeting of the Astoria Cham lxr of Commerce, held in May last, a committee was appointed to pre pare statistics of the harbor and ship ping of the port of Astoria, for use at the Parmer's Convention. Following is the report in full. Your committee to whom was referred the matter of harbor, and shipping intelli gence, beg leave to otter the follewing: The water front of Astoria, varying from a quarter of a mile to a milean width affords, over six miles of secure anchorage for the largest classed vessels, in from tix to twelve fathoms of water. No storms have yet visited the harbor that effected an damage to shipping riding at anohor in the bay, or lying at the wharf. Should the demands of conimtfrce xe quire, about five consecutive miles ef dock age may be cheaply constructed from the river bank to the edge of the channel, pi...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Astorian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-weekly Astorian. — 22 July 1873

L4J (SbM ma&&Smmsm iw"fai."ini'w Jiw,ii', ; n;niw TfcHEAST'0R' 'mAwWiK ma 5ffi&dxFciffiE: 'Esagsrsmass TUESDAY..... July 22, 1S73 ' "Plain- F&TC3&s.--Plaiiraess of fea--tures is not at all incompatible with beauty: 3?ijres a Sre? diffPnce between a person's being plain and being uglyx '-& person may be very plain,, and.yt attractive and inters esting in countenance and. mariner, and surely, no one can call such a person ugly.. There are no rules to )e depended' oil Iqt the settlement ofrbeauty, andlstill less can ugliness be defined otherwise than, by itself. If we were, asksd to -say what con stitutes an ugry woman,, we could not reply .. Early OUt j Sayu is confessedly better for milk-giyihg animals than ripe hay. For new milch-cows and owas with lambs it is very deM sirable to cut a few tons of clovqr just before it gets intQ full blbssom. It will not jdeld as much, par acre -as if allowed to stand until the blossoms begin to-turnr Krewn,, and' the hay may...

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