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mun-:mu-u-rumlgl mm I‘l-I:
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agriculture.
“nun-mm ‘
A “YoungFm” "flu-web. Oenuc‘
thrown-follow:
“ Smell profit in trying to neeke butter at
thie eeeeon.” eeid Uncle Joe. ee he peueed
from hie churning and wiped the eweet 00m
hie lbrehoed; “ here it is nine o'clock ; thie
chur- hee heengoingfnuthreehounnd no
eigne of better yet.”
lteutely weeeherduee. Ipitled uncle,
but eeld nothing. l‘nr l knew nothing very
pertinent to the ooeeeion.
But “ Home wee not built in e day."
“We liveend leern ;” end now—two yeere
leter—l elt down. I'evieg finnedenepeete
ble churning while wife wee getting tee. end
hed time to epere tn pie, with “ heby."
Experinee hee taught me eeverel thing
nnee the dey Uncle Joe queetioned the
profit of taking butter in winter (mind,l
do“ eey it ie prolitehle.)
Hold! Inlet etudy brevity. “ Beehort."
ehonld bethemotwof every one who writee
for “ the pep‘e." end pertinleriy for “ our
peper,” lhe Perm. _
I“ whet, lhededey‘ejobetehlrning;
eldlfondontwhetthe'netmhle wee
-theereete wee too cold. Sinoethet, who
I heve anything to do wit dinning, lfry to
heve th'e ereemjuet werm enough. Then the
butter come in from man to twenty mie
ntee; or‘et nut. thirty or forty.
There ere verione methnde of wermln'
ereem. AM we] hmeettheaeeb-pot
in e wern'a room, end etir it oeeeeionelly.
or.ineveeeelofwenn weld-her neer e
lire. turning end etirrlng MM“,- Don't
moltthe creem; if you do, it will never
nuke better. Sometime, finding, filer
churning ewhlle, thet the cream ll too eold,
I eet the churn neer the fire. ioevlng it fin
tilne; or, it in e hurry, end rether lee,
withel, pour hot weter into the churn, keep
in. the deehgoing ell thew-lilo, eothetnoee
of the creem gete eeelded.
What the ereem “11-lathe np.”ee you
Myanmygeoetellyheenreit le too
cold. Yoe my churn, if you like; but
“lhemlerhldlein W‘endthe butter will
refine to eppeer until it in _wermed. Poeel
hly you my wem it hychnrnln'; hutitle
egreeteevln'ot peuaegumqend “elbow
.neee," to wear: it eonte other way.
II the dey‘e dun-in. mentioned ebovq, the
one. “heeled up" hedly. We eet the
chi-he eeh ofhoe weter, finally; bet
hed to get thaeeln Inuh wernnerthen when
ninja-smut Int. ‘l‘ho halts-eel":
fairly-notedeeth‘e'ehm «we opened to
tehe'ont the Minefield weehlood wern, lt‘
' Mmhdydnluermduhr
mom to mum m,mmm in
m; “Amid!" to the book." It
wutoov-liullthvflle. Wow»
thigh-rennin Bath was really
liMo-a‘uhgu tho in:
W. madam no it hal
imwnlovme to “Wu-l h I
m V -..-:§H"
‘flmhpdmhm‘m.fioy
ulfldpodm. Townhofiugom
nil-«pod, well-ted, And cumin-“bk
my on m Wm to rub. tho
mgummmmngmuuu
Mm Mllmmupdm on thla
Mothnbfi‘;
Qn'wdm,“ ‘Wt-mn haunted.
1““ In? but, by [mung 'cu.
m m‘m at mah- dawning.
Gm MprmkmklnWK-ndmw
mmwnmmhm. Int.
Ih3-Ii" guy!“ It. “m W"
mummuumyuug-uuwn.
lb‘wluvihdty folk- hon VIM “that
WJMlthomn-vlflp
le.uumch ram.
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”magnum“ N‘
AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY JOURNAL—DEVOTED Tb TUE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON TERRITORY.
STEILACOOM, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1858.
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n. and “can.
. Which in the oldest hom,|nd how long‘
with unit-bl. m and Attention can the ‘
hone be kept to be of Icrvloe to ma, mi
questions that we ofleu bur; and will. the:
writer of thll my not be prepared to
me:- both qua-flout. In his “deft-kn to
to write 5 llttle ”My of I pretty old
bone owned In the goodly town of Oxford,
N. Y.
Some twenty-five yeere eince, e oertein
lleptiet Minister brought to this town from
Cenede e epen of bleak ludien ponies, no
they were celled, where they were taken
wildnlong limeego, by e men who he
letely vieited the neighborhood where one of
them in now owned. He ie e gentlemen of
the Itricteet verecity, end even that I! long
ee forty-one yeere ego thie truly long-lived
hone wee tehn wild, eolnewhere in Genede,
when he wee e full grown hone, where, with
hie mete, teken It the eeme time, he wee
owned end euhjected to hard lehor ell over
the (heedee. up to the time when they were
brought to thie country end tried I little in
eeverel of the Stetee end Territoriee, end
then treded of by the eforrenid Beptlet
Minister (for even Minletere treded horeee
In thoeo days) to e Beptiet Deeeon, e nei‘h.
hot of mine. who kept them I few yon“,—
eey ten or filleen year—during which time
they were ellowed, br peetime, to do Inoet
oftheherdworhlnthe neighborhood du.
irgthewefiendthentodmw ellhendeup
to meeting, four milee, on the Sehbeth, end
then egelu were good (or ell the erasing
meetings, singing echool. &c., et the eente
time; when they were egein treded all to e
men heck in the woode, who wee just begin
nlea e little during over there, t‘ull ei: or
ellee from the rillege of Oxfwd, up to whia
phogheddeehelplngefleh up the ferns, they
were driven—not only witbhlg m on the
Sehheth, but elmoet every de) in the week,
Florwerd of en extre etrong end heevy
eerriege, thet need to cerry ell hende eel'e
end eon-ed. Fieelly one of theeejnetly cel
ehreted horeee “ hindergln out.” over there,
end-while the writ- ie unehle to give the
predee time when thin event occurred, It in
etillknowntoheveteltee pleee eone time
timed-fingthellm hell of the eatery!
At en, rete, I well renernhc the time, for
eeeoonceitdid oeettrepelrof thllle were
fitted into the old eerrlege. which wee extra
strong end heery, end the hereof this ehon
hietory, which was for e few your: eliowed e
little reunite from work on the fine. end
in: mud up to town tether m. ten
erer,though in truth inoe the ‘going' hugot
tn he moonwely bed even tor lite country,
end the old honedoee begin to look e little
oldieh, he he been ellowed to ‘ In, by' for
e while in order to recruit up egein.
How long, with eujtehle eere end Attention,
will the hcue eu'rvlre end he of ~eettrlm to
meal Theoneehoee lit‘eie written alive
in known to here been telen in e' wild etete
more then forty yeen ego, et the time e full
grown hour—u whet ego it ie no: known,
eenoreem-doftheyeereot'hteeolthoodhee
ever boenbundnnd tredltlon. eleei ieei
latt upon the eehjcet.
~ -!-.--
o-I- v. lulu.
; 01am!» lea-flan In WW
‘tlnn harm; the nu- mdtarof the yoke
udchniui-lmlhwfln: ol 0 It ofhu
nou; adfluuddognehuhmhhgu
log, Ihonflwm Wm bib-M I dad
lou—M,lfhop¢u hethonld he, Ind :-
myfnmer wfllfind it to hb iw m
kuphbau‘o,bwllluh he! will. I
hon. In Ilka dream-anon would be q 603 d
13-. Go I.” Am of Nov York'h‘tho
Cannibal-Ir.
’ ”Wk-“math!“
Hithennnhu been though M only
men-Id!» mnupnlfietodthem
ynnt h hrohn up; hug upon trial, Inn-h
--whut pron: um conch And vnlunhlc.
ltkuyudowuhuyudl which sprig up
on had not throng”, 111-dutnndp‘ovu a
more remunenflng crop.
Tho but that to cut umber In about Ih.
first of February. Nahum-Aha lim
hul-fiuflvmnp. lhnuhenuppouq
cunt this man, which ha been not "any
we. amt-y mo Wit mud.
—h
Wh it". Maths-nu! residues,
mplqmubndnppropri-Uydmnd,
mmhMornammzmammu.
goo-1 ; ‘
Awmmmmm dpdch.‘
“lull.
MI mom‘l.
and MI. W [nth-r do”
Mm‘nmmywmvarylflvn—
”WM-unhllhww.
Kcmbrm-uwwwlnmum.
mwumumunm A
Gun-um ‘
Good-w.q-dwdufl
Manchu-ammu—
lwmmouhwfimhllhpdm.
Ann-II Inch nu choc IM- than I" duping.
Whmwficvoholuvaulfi-
Godnlghu,
Withhmulml
“hwr‘nHM-m:
”tumult-plinth"!
”Baptism-Mum“;
lm.hlma-¢mu—ll
M“!
Oflmmm!
mmmumumum;
mbhmhlwafliun'flh',
Aumvhnho-ulalwnfifihm,
hknwm.udmw-y— ‘
Out-I‘M ' 1
“MW-c!
Wuhan—“mum;
lumnfldh-Mltflm-uhhunmm;
ummm‘mwmum. ‘
Matuflfinfldlt. ‘
Qua-wt
“mun-Al!
nmwumnmh-m:
Munumum-um. .
hunt-".mlhlnnlhlmuh’llufi
Mumbomd‘mnMA-b.
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' "mummy-n.
hmmmm;
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”hi-“ Wain. I ‘
hhdutflm: . \
humming—UM .' ‘
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w
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'lpd 50.? h* m In. lath! up
iWhmmnfl-wm Shun-Ind
qfldl, a“ “o.“.me ”a. 11.
‘mnawugmunuwmnu‘
Ibedidnusmk.
Anucdkmmmmmhoofi In! In
(to tuning, m. Inc can etch. m
up (ohm-uncle. Mm thanmwhno
nhanngslunwhnhhbqu.
TMniglgwhAbuh-luvudhhhd
nflpfiw,bhdummflou,uditm
"(nun cub him—nut nut-nu ud‘
Moos thddnudud-fghrflyu-d‘
hMonthtpou-butnouoflrlmhi
himmddmppodmhhmnluudhchar
holhoeouflhrfiomendlukmntor
nfibneglndnm hudwuklngm,udho
filtmuthllfivmflm‘whh. Surely,
hthmltwulkdm
3mm! “gnu-Maggi!!! Who
wadchfity! .
“Bylbeninu,”mnrmundthcddnu,m‘
Inuplnbed, “ldldid Kmm‘tw‘u
mama SPo-hn‘gblun'nfluhuhl!”
And Air-don hy buck upon 1.1. pm". and in
mumhwmmmwm
IngeLudmmoapowhloo-Mn. lum
"mob-grins“;
Twohy-Mumkmwdudwy
would mud Mink Allan. “For," aid,
Ibo.“urmmychmhln.‘
Andtbooldnuflndl'ymmfl. Thy
ruched thahnmbkcognndwm waleuedin‘
by Ila-dun. They-found ddlukdtdugin u
“Web-hwhicilndghborhdmtln,
MWhhokndpuh-ndwmynlm
nihnWMuhou-thovidm
“Inlnrr,” bumwluiloblghmmd in
MI qu, "I. mmpyyll fish. 13qu
Wymhnmwu Imam
um python-sh: lmwyoufll,
hcbohnkmkdpthdlhuufllm
mk’undtomhhout ”gunfight-dink!
hardwood-thug." -
"Tat Mquhm'w Inch
Mum-Ii Hilly. “flannel
”withdrawn-thumps”. mun
lmd‘umchuplymwhnnflu.
nmmdolt; lndmflhlubmnm
um: mummy knowledge“! Inn
buquionhnna’uingfillvw.”
In- Km In mph-d 61%;!” lb.
kuwMitmanl-dgh'd3hd.
Whoa Mmbmuhudolm
hon, Ink “and II- Oo at door, In!
M hilt-d wean-am H. m
and by. W Input-gull bench I
WWWMM-M‘MWH
when '
“Ne. dam-dummy», mm‘
“VB [a bu Multan-I'll an»
Ilflflc'um filth-"honor!”
would sou-mm mandamus:
thlwfllnflnqullhflnflnhkw
mmwnmhmh,uha.m.
width. 1 Mmmbodthh
MMMndtbmquiuW”
nucuudeAbbhnmumMmand
hwonflhnhhownw.
“No¢K"hllu. “in!“ nyllnd un
mum-WW Ywflhuwfllnotbo
Iblo “mitotic-Humane. nnn‘inJ
will cell on the widow—but if you refine me, I;
won't move e etep, only towerde home."
Merthe took the money with teeri‘ul eyee, end
Ir. Burr been! nmbleeeinueeheturnod ewey.
Widow Wildndgu‘e dwelling wee not moo: end
thither tbeuncle end niece turned their eupl.
They bond the mother, e widened lune fifiy‘
yeere, man; by the bedside of her n‘ok denghtcr‘
She erase ee the vieiton ceme in, end her m‘
nenee plainly ehowed thet ehe wondered why
Absalom Burr celled. But ehe new en engei in
Knte'l mild blue eyes.
Aheeiou end the widow were pleymetuoneo.
end the ice wee eoon broken. (Jr-duel), the
uncle end niece drew forth the ntory of the
women‘e elem-tinge. end then the old men took
out hie pocket-book, end took therefrom Mun
dollere.
“Here," he eeid, en he bended it tothe widow,
“thie my nerve to lighten your burden lane.
i em eble, while you enneedy. Teke it. end
unmherthetyounaey looktolneegeinwhen
need come upon you."
lednnblly the women too]: the money. end
hevlnggued flretuponthe chennednotegenll‘
then uponthedonor, ehe bowed berheed end:
thenlred God for the M And then. while‘
the toenguehed lorth.eheeeughttheold Inn
hythehendendpouredtorthherthenke
When Ab-lunßerr-tdontohieeepper
the: night. thet ehede upon hle lee wee ee eon
II the redhnee d the setting sun. lllekod wee
eeten withekeenrelieh, endheeonldnow, re
turn Kete‘e-lile. Muthetnighttoo, hie
(been were-ore pleunt tin ever.
Mme deeing the nut thy Kete one up
the: theeellee,eed ukedh-nnelewhet thet
derk eeelt wee fir. '
“flow (ltd mflnd it?" hecrieddn W
ehrln. ‘
“'l'hedoorweepertly open." - .
‘ldidhrgettohoklt. Irena-hereon."
“But wbtiig under" ‘
The dd .1: leeily eel-ed to let the he
be! over twenty the-ed delete m eeey
"I“ m- ‘
“Why. under lelt podhlet line)“
It Ie than in thedert, wallet-t"
“Int if the eeeeeeerehnew emu-x...
N texee on it.” '
Keeeweeehenttodveettemetoeeeryle
di‘nent 1w; butlheheld out, team
end at down by the «id nen'e eide.
‘ “New. look he .ele Ala-In. bow led
‘lflld you be fixed a the my!”
“Over-hm doll-reefer. Jnetthidt
of It.” - '
{‘Yesend Ihldulthle: herelethe wheel
eolnpouy Jnet edvertiee'd ran loenof cub-verb
‘thouemddolereetflvepueent. Yee eennele
no the twenty-luthoeeendendlettheuheveib
midli- WMMQIPeo-e
--when!" ‘ ' - ~
" PM in" uh e- ddp-n: Mn:-
“Thel. iooketit. meeanetdy
help the community. end 7* 3‘ it peble
pod, hem weuHet'tyefir-flme bonehe
i‘tyeluhundied end)“; dollere e-yeerlhere
|yu «mm. «m: nanny—wag Ibo
mknflwiflhmwm
unbundbouuhmin thiamcnryquof
mob-um“..- noni- manna:
nun. Think howyou wfllthlubclnndflng
1h- cannulity, Ind It the Mulb- bannin
ingyomflfmabhcomhehdqnda
nun uywmgoodjndgmunny dumb.
And mm‘ml-u.ufinm
the doom; I.6km her nnek‘. n 0.3")...
Inueh “you‘re-1H ted-big" fill-lion
mqh-fi,flllloh.tmififlflim
hkrmwwflmhhflfitwm
you."
m huhnlmchcdnvmmt. M
amwhgmummmpm
thintdnbto-i‘m vamxt
morning hum-a akin—Jul man.
found mop-warble", hwfi-MW
M‘Mfiufimwmhn
Thy. I'm-luck Mud In.“ Us.
thy Math. meyhpldcnlm Mb.
Ind Abdul-Ind Rhonda-nudged angrily.
Homihu'kh-Wopiniond‘hhflow
unddthplj M)” "whim I!
umwmuwhobhmmho-hm
Wflhqfluhdhm-Mnnfl
mummmuumm-
indfioofihulflhomrndmhdmbdp,
howodddnl
Bi: mum.ny,mmmu-m
nice. ninflvodwkhbu melt. 'l‘hqlho In
hubitod the-Inelmkbouohhwhifimm
ilk-limo. ond» (‘3wa “11-‘1“ mouth
mmWofflvingdumdolhnmm
Alh- pI-d my, lime-mo Imam non
‘uMnhuumuthum-bhua
yundolhrnoh.
“Uflolm'ahonflfldoyonm-
MlMlWmvhuyoupnfidd-hl
muumanqr 150:1!“th
udlhweo‘ohndunnymb, link
mummy." A _ ‘ ‘_
“Myu,”nidehoddmn.uhhohh‘
hm. “MRI-hum»; «In-mm
mmnpncunl" Mun-lingual.“
‘thm hawkhllhu Ind went om. I». was
pulled Mum “W, lot-ho mead a
; twinkling in the old man‘s eye. which man! more
then lcn dollm mounted to. ,
It wumrthe mlddleol‘ the :flernoon when
uncle Absalom returned. end under hi: Inn he
carried nsmdlbox, which he putoKm, ny
lnguhodidlo:
“Here, Kate. unti- hr you—'ll: lint present
from your uncle." Then 111 I luv in hit up
end hi: voice trembled. Ami when the bright eyed
girl kissed him he wept outright.
She hurried may to her little mom and opened
the box. The first thing the law was hm:
directed to hemlf, Indln heruncle‘u hind writ
ing. The nut I’M emu] embed-d ebony
nuket, within whlahiul'oundlfine gold “up
and chin,wilhumll mam within
which was found-luminance! MAM-lbw.
mxowahnn-mmtmmnwuyu
lnglnloluhdlmwd the oath! v. 7 any,
the numofdu-ee Ihounml donut-Influent
podtod lnbc name at elghe percent. Menuhin
bear-n byherlnvlnoleorlnpugltwll AI
non unhomlduophinawl‘h thoughh
mash. Whum‘nkflandud n
bllon: .
Jams, 13—.
“Minn-hrs: stub-gong.“
mmwmmmuumm
ennui-an. LCM-laylllnynd-v'no
goodin hunky. lylibpuhmdul II
cam-y. ud- chm m w Inn-1"!
Bum mum-itiW-djoyynfl
byymnutm-dpflem I,
hurt mop-«l. ndlhp mm all."
M-Mimhmflhw
Ira-hope.“ And-wfiyou'b’m
mmmym‘lmu-m
unulightohd-ybnhyn-l-yp
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inch-nu. munch-yum).
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he lh‘ Jyo- loebmjl. 111-to
bmmwhwcfl-Mum
[a without In; kn, “flier“
mumm- him-w 3‘
mummuuauhmu.’ I“
unduhflhnnlp-lewflfl'flfi}
ply-thine, “Gabi-"you'l‘ lyll new
ownnhome'whtn‘ I"?’¢,l¢” ..
damn-mugmwm, Elfin-l3
nMM'lflfinhl-Inlbnw.i
-mu, ”twang-wiping an
mhmumtlpli‘htmw '1“
old mmlnly nomad-I‘hhluiflo't
«mmnnummmgm'm'
clon,lnwuuprylndm ' '
And Abiloann-dhbnle‘eeiynnogtho;
onl oneiwhowq'ehleflbythm Ml
sunlight handicap-y. NIn“! _
mwmwmléw-rfi ,I‘,
open-iv "_ _‘.,l
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inMthmlmdhhl-h“!
dunddmadwh-ahmflfluod,
mug-M anlnm habiofeanhglojha
perk-tn. 0d ha m Ahab-p. d
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known-outlaw a
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lots Dom momentum pfim
blc once; and 1M emmw‘. ‘
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might not In" thud hllh uifl’
firm-almhMflQhrn-du
wflanhlhbqu-um
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hr. Church-muted ado-thou,”
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