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THE DAILY '
The Daily Bulletin.
Special Correspondency, to The Bulletin :
Albany, Oregon, December lOtb, 1883.
Our lut wai written jut after out trrlrtl
at Balem. Our stay at Salem gtre ni op
portunity to interview the city wbicb ii tbe
capitol of the itate and located on tbe Willa
mette rirer, fifty-three mile south of Port
land. Toe town ii tituated on a level
prairie, rolling timber land and aome bruab
land ia seen north and eaat ol tbe river.
The town it well laid out atreeta 100 feet
wide and present a neat appearance. The
busineaa of tbe place is mostly of a local
nature, however, there are three large flour
ing mill with a capacity of 1,010 barrel
of flour pur day and a conaiderable trade is
carried on in supplying other markets with
flour. Several tine school buildings orna
ment tbe town and considerable interest is
paid to education. In company with a
mute Iriend, Mr. Jacob Brower, we attend
ed tbe inute school, where we found 25
mutes in attendance. The exercises of writ
ing compositions sad sign reading were in
teresting. The whole school repeated tbe
Lord's prayer In concert in tbe ailent lan
guage so peculiar to the duaf and dumb.
Rev. M. Knigbt is the principal and Mrs.
Scott, of Ohio, a mute, is bead teacher.
The asylum for tbe insane has jut been
completed, and the inmates, some 400 in
number, removed from Portland to their
new quarters. It is a fine brick building
that cost about $500,000. The State capi
tol building is also a fine structure, and
when finished will coat about half a million
dollars. Tbe court house is a building pre
senting an imposing appearaoce and built
at cost of $110,000. The Open block
cost about $100,000. A half dozen or more
cburohea point their apirca heavenward be
neath which tbe people worship. The
population of tbe place ia about 5,000.
This section ot the west haa been aettled
for over rortj years which accounts for the
absence of certain phasea of society so
noticeable io newly settled sections. Tbe
cut of society is similar to that of the old
settled states. There is not that bustle and
hurry and extravagance in busineaa circles
so common to our own state, Colorado.
Tbe people botb in town and in tbe country
have aettled down to a regular routine of
busineaa, take life amootuly, caltuy and
pleaeantlyeing satisfied with a good liv
ing and pleaaint surroundings. This con
servative mode of life may owe ita origin
in a measure to tbe fact this section of
country is only a few feet above ocean level
and the absence ot that overplus of electric
ity snd areal atmospbe:e that makes
the people of a high slti
tude so reatleas, impetuous and
persevering, even beyond prudence many a
time. Colorado has an altitude four to ten
thousand teet above th's section of Oregon.
A drive of twenty miles west of Salem
across tbs country gave us opportunity to
see considerable of tbe country. This val
ley, toe Williainette, extends in a northern
snd southern direction from tbe Columbia
river to tbe California Mountaina, a distance
of about 175 miles. The Cascade moun
tains border on the east, the coast range
on the west. Tbe valley has a width of
from 20 to 40 miles, tbe northern end of
the valley is principally timber and lies
rolling rough and ragged as you approach
tbe mountains, some of it very rich snd
some of it very poor. Further south the
country changes, and we came to a variety
of gently rolling and level country divided
into prairie and woodland. Such is the
section over which we visited in our ram-
b lings across the country east of Salem.
. .The prairie lands are nwstly level, very
productive and easily cultivated. The tim
ber lands are covered with an undergrowth
of pine, and oak brush, and over much ot
tbe timbered soction a growth of heavy fir
t'mber is found which to remove requires
considerable expense and labor. We find
some fine farms opened in those timbered
sections. The large timber is felled by
boring and burning and the immense trunks
are divided into sections in the same man
ner and then piled and burned. Tbe grub
bing of the undergrowth is done mostly by
bands of Chinamen who go from place to
plaee taking jobs from $5 to $15 per acre
for simply grubbing. We are told that to
get these heavily timbered lands in a good
state of cultivation it will cost from $75 to
$100 per acre to do so. The prairie lands
are the. most productive and have been in
cultivation now from thirty to torty years.
The farms are mostly enclosed and divided
into fields by tbe use of the old fashioned
worm rail fences. We noticed one farm
with unusual high fences, the rails laid up
over eight feet . high. We inquired of a
genial driver why this man built such an
unnecessary high fence. , He told us tbe
ewner of the farm said he done it to keep
out preachers snd womeu. It is needless
to say be is an old batchelor and an iron
band infidel. An evolutionist, possibly,
that originated without a mother and a
genius in human form without a soul. Such
men, we trust, are few and far between.
There has been one drawback to the
prosperity of this country and that was the
large tracts of land 'donated to the first
settlers of this part of Ifre anion. It sooms
Uncle Sam thought it WOlld require a good
bait to got any of his children to come and
Tiesttle up the country, to he agread to let
ttery sottier wno came here torty or more
fears ago to bave a mile square of land and
aa it was unturveyed, they could take it in
any shape they pleased. Tbe old pioneers
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MOKN1NU, DECEMBER 20, 1883.
came flocking in and took up "blankets"
claims, picking out all the choice land.
After the government surveys were made
thoae donation claims stood inviolate. Tbe
lioes ruo like t drunken man's pathway,
and of course disorganises anything like
regularity in roads or lines, and as
many of those old settlers, or their
heirs, bold on to tbe original claime undi
vided. It embraces tbe settlement of tbe
country and tbe advantages of schools.
Where tbe Urge claims have beeu divided
and cut up into smsll farms, good commun
ities are found and the country is prosper
ous and social advantages good. In many
localities, especially io tbe prairie sections,
tbe general surroundings are similsr to
what we find ia tbe old eastern states. Tbe
principal products are wheat, barley, oats,
hops, grass, vegetables of various kind and
fruit. As the season for putting in crops
of small grain lasts from September to 1st
of May, farmers do but little in the way of
hiring, as they can select their own time in
putting in their cnp as the season suits.
Sometime wheat is sown in June and pas
tured and let go until tbe following year
and it makes a good crop'. Both fall and
spring wheat is raised. As regards fiuit it
is au excellent climate for almost all kinds
raised in the temperate unea except peach
es, they do not usually do well here. The
average crop of wbeat ia 20 bushels per acre
though frequently crope of thirty and forty
are raised, other crops in proportion. Tbe
price of wbeat ia from fifty to ninety cents
per bushel. Considerable attention is paid
to the raising of pork, which Is ma le by
feeding small grain, and to tbe raising ot
horses and cattle, especially in tbe last in
dustry profitable in tbe foot bills of tbe
mountains where pasture lands are more
abundant, howsver, the gathering of the
cattle from tbe timber range ia so difficult
that it discourages many from pursuing the
Returning to Salem after a "amble of
aeveral days over a portion of Salem prairie.
Howell prairie, the Waldo bills (which is a
good bid of wheat lanl of a redisb
nature), and through some of the timber
regions east of tbe city, we boarded tbe
train for tbis place, wbicb is one of tbe old
eat towns in the state, situated also on the
Willamette river at or near the head of
steamboat navigation. The town boasts of
a population of about 2,000 souls.
A number of cburcbss and other build
iogs of note are all evidence that Albany is
a town of some importance. A large canal
taken out of the Santiana river 12 miles
southeast of tbe town near Lebana, furnish
es tbe town with an excellent water power,
several flouring mills and other industries
seem to be doing a thriving business. Tbe
Albany prairie lying eaat of the town is of
conaiderable size and one of the finest in
the state. It is some 15 miles in width and
50 or 60 in length and well improved
Lebana, 13 miles eist of Albany, bas a pop
ulation of some seven or eight hundred, it
boasts ot having one of the finest Acade
mies in the atate.
Sodaville, four miles southeast of Salem,
is a place of some note as a watering
piacs, mere oeing a strong soda spring
Having spent nearly a week rambling
over the Albany prairie enjoying the hospi
tality of tbe good whole-souled people of
the ceuntry, we had opportunity to learn
much of this section of the state as well as
much of the state in general. J. S. F.
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Tbe river marked by the gauge at this
port at 0 p. ru. 14 foet 6 inches and falling.
Cbattauooga, Dec. H. River 8 feat 3
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Cincinnati, Dec. 10. River 11 feet 3 in
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Louisville, Dec. Id. River 0 fast 8
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Nashville, Dec. It. River 8 feet 1 in
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Pittsburg, Dec. 19. River 8 feet 7 in
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8t. Louis, Dec. 18. Rivsr 7 feet 8 in
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Capt. Tichenor, recently of the Will S.
Hays, has succeeded in securing a day in
tbe Southern Transpoitation line, so says
tbe St. Louis Republican, and will load the
Carrier at Cincinnati to leave Saturday, 33d
The weather still continues cold with no
prospect of moderating at present. Naviga
tion will likely be suspended entirely from
here to St. Louis before the close of the
present week, as the Anchor line steamers
coming up from below have received or
ders to terminate their tripe here. What
the result will be in the Ohio we cannot
say, but it looks now as though tbe ice
will also take possession of this stream.
The Charles Morgaa left yesterday at
noon tor New Orleans. She was full of
people, but it would take at least 860 tons
more freight to give her a full load.
"Jay Gould all busted up." The tow
boat Jay Gould, while on her way out
from 8t. Louis with two barges io tow,
broke down yesterday about 85 miles
above Cairo, her hog-chains gave away.
The My Choice want to her assistance and
brought her here laat evening. She is bad
ly crocked, and it will cost considerable
money to put her in good shspe again.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati arrived
here with a modsrste trip yesterdsy. She
received and dlscbsrged some freight, and
departed for Memphia at 4 p. m.
The Belle of Sbreveport from Cincinnati
will report here to-night for New Orleans.
The Paris C. Brown left Memphis Tues
day night at 10. She will report here this
morning for Cincinnati.
The Henry A.Tyler left with a light trip
for Memphis last night.
Tbe Ella Kimbrough brought 8,000 sacks
of corn yesterday out of . the Mississippi
which she discharged at the elevator, and
went back again last night after another
The J. H. Hillman was the regular pack
et due out of tbe Cumberland last night,
and is advertised to leave here at 9 a. rn.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis is due
this evening tor Cincinnsti.
The Hudann is to-night due from St.
Louis for Paducah aod Shawneetown.
The Belle Memphis arrived last night
Tbe City of Providence from St. Louie
will pass down for Vicksburg early tbis
Feeding Frosted Corn.
To make tha most of it, after the
frost, it should have boen cut up and
run through a large feed cuttrr, stalks,
can. and all, cutting it into very short
K-nths; and, if one had a silo, putting
it in as fast an possible and preserving
it under pressure. But not having a
silo in which to preserve it, it would
then pay best, after milting short, , to
feed ii its fast as the cattlo could oat it.
At that time the cattle will eat. every
thing clean, and the cars, which aro
not probably injured by the frost, con
tain nearly as much nutriment as when
ripe, and this nut.vmTt is in the ruont
digestible couditiou. W'uen tho kernel
is m the dough state it is easily digest
ed, and we have found, by experiment,
will make as much beef an it ever can.
A good crop will make 600 or morn
pounds, live weight, to tho acre In that
condition. In the ense of front, wh;tt
can not be profitably ued at once.
siiouat be cut up una shocked, to
prevent the drying up of the utalk too
rapidly, and when r'a;ly to feed, run
through the cutter. This reduces it
all into rirto chart', mixing tho Gne ami
coarse parts, so that cnttle willreat it
up clean. If there is too much rough
fodder for the grain, it is a good
plan to mix with this cut feed threo
to bve pouuds of wheat bran or midd
lings for each steer per day; but when
to be obtained at a moderate price,
linked or cotton-seed meal, in small
quantity, say 2 lbs. of the oil nioal for
each steer. This will balance the corn
ration so as to rive it the best eft'.ict.
Andonal Live-Stock Journal, Ckir'tfn.
He Approved of It.
A very pretty stovy 'S told at tho ex
pense of a Boston architect, in whose
book of tho future a different version
from tho following will probably lie
given, although this, is the true one.
He started on a voyage of discovery
and observation through Europe, and,
that his valuable thoughts and com
ments might not be lost to a world
needing enlightenment, he took with
him a few select disciples and u stenog
rapher. The pnrtv traveled from gal
lery to gallery with a profound convic
tion that the true place in art of the
various treasures could not be satisfac
torily defined until this master had de
livered his opinion upon them, even
although the judgment of centuries had
alread passed upon them. In one of
tho most famous galleries of Italy the
band paused beforo an Apollo which
had compelled the admiration of the
whole civilized world. "Strange,"
mused tho architect, loftily, "we ftre
obliged to come here when we want to
see anything good. This certainly
appears to bo a good statue. Ves,
he added, in a tone which indicated
that the statue had waited all these
centuries to be fully and foreverstamp
ed with approval, and that he, now
that the time was fully ripe,' was the
fate-appointed man to speak ' Its sen
tence. "Ivs, it is a good statue."
Then he turned to the scribe, with a
wave of the hand. -Put that down!"
he commanded, and walked on, follow
ed by his admiring and awe-struck dis
ciples. The Apollo remained.
How It Happened.
. He was a bank teller. He had been
sent off on a vacat ion, his books over
hauled, and he had been found $9,000
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as he sat amidst the Board of Direct'
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"And how did you use the moneyP''
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"Why how?'. .
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w j'v Vv" M ha(1 Ci"e 1 tnlnl. s 1 ever saw,
and had been under eircllent physicians with o
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A young lady of the Innitntlon, who has besn
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lOr It With nO heneflt! hilt sha haa kwn .nl v..
taking Swift's Specific, snd has had no return of
It Is such an excellent tonic a-d knnna th hlnnil
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at all tlmsa be found at the Ilome, and will lake
pleaauri) In seeing or corresponding with any who
Is imerested In the remedy.
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