The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, February 04, 1871, Image 2

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    A Trip to Ashland.
Paris Has Fallen I
Local Interests.
State News.
Bev. D. E. Burns.
Douglas County.
z We notice from one of our cotemporariee
“The Oregonian publishes with evident de*
At the Cavitation of one of our good citi­ A dispatch reached us on the 27th inSt.
light
the
following
strictures
of
the
D
emo
the
sad intelligence of the death of the Rev.
zens On Saturday last, we took a seat with that Paris has capitulated after a short but
cratic T imes on the joint resolution introduced
cir-
From the Plaindealer : The report
D. E. Burns, an eminent Divine of the Bap­
him behind a pair of champing steeds and desperate seige. The heavv ordinance the •by Mr. Smith in the House, looking to a di
E. D. FOUMAY,
Business Agent»
pox
culated
last
week
about
a
case
of
»mall
tist Church of Memphis, Tenn., the brother
wheeled away toward onr destination for this Germans brought to bear upon the city was version of the remainder of the lands donated
of Mrs. W. G. T’Vualt, of this place. We
little village at the upper end of our valley, too destructive. The desperate sorties of the to this State for internal improvements to the at Oakland turned out to be a humbug.
the
On
last
Tuesday
night,
a
little
before
8
common
school
fund,
in
compliance
with
sympathise with his estimable sister under
simply on an excursion of seeing what we French were ineffectual to break the strong
intent of our State Constitution :
o’clock, our town was startled by the burning her sad bereavement, and append our cotem­
had never seen. We parsed many beautiful cordon the Germans had drawn by overwhelm
‘The intention seems to be to prevent the of the brewery of Mehl & Rhast on Deer porary’s well laid tribute to his memory/
The West Point Negro Cadet Again. f irms, whose broad acres were being black­ ing force around the doomed city. Tl»e dis use of any portion of the proceeds of this Creek. The cooper shop on the south of the “Ho rests—our pastor, our brother, eur
ened by the ploughman’s recent furrows , aster is a terrible one for the French people, grant f >r any other purpose except the im
friend and more than friend— in the midst of
in many places the young grain was but the struggle around the walls of Paris has nrovement of the Williamette valley. The malt kiln, and which contained 1,200 bushels his days, in the fullness of his strength^ cut
The negro race, by the ukaso of the late and
1
Legislature appropriated $200,000 of the fund of barley, burnt with great rapidity, and soon
peeping up in feeble contrast, and in a few not been without the grand effect of reflecting to construct locks and canals around the falls
down by the sickle of death. From a rapidly
Power that was, were clothed with all the I
g a carpet honor upon the wonted courage and gal’antry of the Willamette, but defeated the Jackson communicated with the saloon at the extreme growing fame from a great field ripening into
spots
of
early
seeding
it
was
wearin
dignities of the American citizen ; aud they !
south end. B >th buildings ware soon con­ a golden harvest; from a church that loved
tery naturally came in fur their share in the of
' lively green. The ride was marked with i»f the French soldiery. The ill fated people Wagner Road bill and the Sandy Wagon
Rond bill, both of which contemplated ap sumed, as well as the contents of their large him to a member, and almost to idolatry ;
privileges io ail the high places of the nation. ' alternate shower and sunshine, giving hope led, or rather forced into the war by a strange propriations from the same fund. Having cellar. The total loss will be somewhat over from a city that was proud of his talents and
, wh>> combination of circumstances, has held out
his eloquence ; from the admiring congrega­
And 60 a coal black, kinkey head, flat nose, to the b.is>m of the anxious farmer
got for the Webfoot nation all that can be
tions that crowded his church and hung in
remarkably against the victorious, powerful got from this land, the unselfish people of the $3,000, and no insurance.
seemed
busy
on
every
hand
in
honestly
turn
­
ebony-shanked negro lad—ycleped Smith—
On
Wednesday
last
as
the
southern
stage
raptures on his words, and alas ! alas I from a
ing the glebe, and lending new life to the and well disciplined foe. With her raw lev­ Willamette, through their Representative,
found his way, as the successful applicant, to
helpless, utterly dependent family, a wife who
was
coming
down
the
north
side
of
Robert
’
s
lowing herds that were eagerly cropping th-* ies and inferior appliances for war they for propose to divert the balance to the school
the National Military Academy. The sons ol
hill, a bridge broke, letting one of the horses is an invalid ; from children at the age io
tender grass on the warm sides of the lower a time, by extreme courage, baffled the terri fund.’
life above any other that need a father’s coun­
the “poor white trash” were thrust aside,
Now we are not prepared to speak of Mr.
hills. Passing this beautiful and fertile re. ble odds of King William ; they fought with Smith's intentions further than without direct through. The driver, Mr. Clarke, succeeded sel and direction, be is taken away—and so
•nd aspiring young Cuffiee met the welcome
gion, which seems more like a view of pano­ the desperation of dispair, and considering proof to the contrary we are bound to believe in pulling the horse from under the bridge suddenly, so unexpectedly ! What shall we
plaudit of come here man and brother’ take
ramic art than a reality, we reached our des the cause for which they fought, they truly that they are honorable, and that he considers without serious injury, and it was chiefly •<ay ? God bless that disconsolute wife ; God
your seat among the favored pupils of the
bless those fatherless children, and lead up to
filiation at dark, and was kindly welcomed deserve a better fate. And m »inrehy »gain himself bound, as a citizen of Oregon, to do owing to his presence of mind that a serious honored manhood and useful Christian Ufa
government. Your military education must:
what he legitimately can to carry out the in- accident did not occur.
iat the Ashland Hotel, kept by Mr. E. triumphs over republican government. How ,
those boys.
| tent of the State Constitution. In absence ol
not be neglected, fur the colored troops fought
A gentleman, whose name we forget, pro
The loss of such a minister as Bro. Burn»
Emery.
ever
weak
the
cause
in
iv
have
been
heretofore
my
proof
we
will
refuse
to
believe
that
he
•
nobly. We are going to mould you Into a-
poses
to
establish
an
iron
foundry,
at
the
is
a calamity to the entire denomination, a»
ASHLAND
1
was
actuated
by
local
prejudices
and
interests.
in France, the desperate determination of her I
M est Pointer—then you will become a cap­
it
is
to his church and to this city. We know
Is, naturally, one of the in st favored inland people in this strugg'e has evinced a sincerity ’ | Bur, even conceding that he was. we hold that Cole's Valley Steam Mills. A good move, that G*nl hath done this, but whv he ha»
tain over your bands of the poor buckra's
locations we have met on this coast. S.tuatc I that at least challenges the respect of all re i ’ it does not become the T imes , which is un­ indeed. Southern Oregon will, most assuredly, done it we dare not question. We know *
derstood to be Mr. Fay’s organ, to complain ;
sons, or an epauletted fop to sit over and
at the head of Ashland creek valley, on a publican governments. Whether this crown­ for has not that gentleman established ,the support one foundry, while it will open a that
preserve the ballot box, or do honors in brass
“God moves in a mysterious way,
gently elevated bench from the low lands, ing catastrophe will end the war we have not precedent in this State of placing fealty to market for old iron.
and blue before some bayonet chief of the
His wonders to perforin,
In
the
northern
portion
of
this
county,
Io
al
interests
above
the
behests
of
party
ties?
resting as it were in the lap of the lower hills the means of stating ; but it would seem that
He
plants his footsteps on the sea,
I
White House.
of the Siskiyou range,—just whore the creek any further resistance against the all conquer I If Mr. Fay wai justified in looking so intently where especial attention is devoted to sheep
And rides upon the storm.”
after the interests of Sou'hern Oregon, is not
Littlb Cuffee wa9 scrubbed, washed off,
He rests,--rests before he waif wearied with
leaps down from the last mountain gorges.— | ing Prussians would be worse than vain.; Mr. Smith equally justified in looking after husbandry—we are informed that sheep are
and the wonted stalactites under the broad
precipitating its chrvstal waters in calm Vol But should this event conclude the war, what I the interests of the “Webfoot nation ?” But doing remarkably well, considering the late the toil of manhood,—rests before he bad felt
eaves of hie smeller carefully removed, his
the burden of age,—rests from labors that
uines along a gentle channel at the lower relations the two governments will be ir to I 1 let us have done with these local prejudices. dry fall. The wool clip will be equal, if not were a delight and a peculiar joy to him.—
person fumigated and perfumed with the “oil
We
are
all
citizens
of
Oregon,
and
there
is
no
superior to that of former years.
limits of the town. The scenery of the con­ each other is in the future. Bismarck and
Memphis Baptist.
of a thousand roses,” Butler put a spoon into
|true and thorough Democrat in this State,
On Saturday last Gen. Joseph Lane with
tiguous hills shoot up into sharp peaks, stud I Favre are »-aid to have negotiation* under no matter what his locality, but that would
the dear boy’s satchel, to eat soup out of the
A lmanacs for S ale !—Our friend Cowan,
ded with *he majestic »uga< pine and sym­ {consideration; but the diplomacy is all on cheerfull v aid every other section of the State, the aid of Mr. Jas. Cox’s dogs, succeeded in
same platter with the other favored urchins
Druggist
of the City Drug Store, presented
metrical fur overshadowing the sceue below, the side of the former, and poor republican when it cin be done legally and legitimately treeing two large Cougars which were infring
of the nation ; and then the favorite yonker
while the Oregon ash and the evergreen ma ¡France lie* helpless at the loot of a conquer­ and the fanning of these heal questions and ing upon his cattle range. The General shot us with a McCormack Almanac for 1871, and
was patted on ‘.he head by his solicitous, ne­
prejudices will be productive <>f nothing but them both. The aim of the old sddier seems says he has them for sale.
drone completes the rare adornments to the ing monarch , and it is more than likely that evil. Let it be stopped —Herald.
gro-loving notables, and told to go in with
to be as true as it was known to be twenty
her young republic was baptized in blood,
the best of them. With all this extra perfu- ^°^cr marg’n9-
We have stated once before, and now re­ years ago.
BORN
Nature has done much fur this favored but to die. And the form of government
migation and tight lacing in “blue,” the
I.inn Count}.
spot, and the earnest pioneer, in the absence that will rise from her smoking fields of car peat, that the T ime 9 is not Mr. Fay’s organ,
IIANLY—Near Jacksonville, Feb’y 1st, 1871, to
imposed on buckra b»ys of the Institution
or
any
other
man
’
s
organ.
Mr.
Fay
docs
not
of the proper outlets, is struggling to do hisj nage, will not be likely to advance the cause
the wife of M. Ilunly, a ion.
smelt a nigger—not only every time he swel
[From the Albany Journal.)
share. Several enterprises seem to be under of human liberty in Europe. And, under own one dollar in the concern, and is in no
tered, but between times—the poor boys could
It seems there was to have been a wedding
favorable headway. A Woolen Factory has .the deplorable circumstances, we fear the wise interested in it, except so far as to wish
leu), Co-Pai)
not help it. Cuffee's eDraged dignity deter
at Albany on the 24th insr., ns a corre<pon
{it
abundant
success
and
aid
its
prosperity
been recently established here, runty this, only thing humanity will receive with j >y, is
dent informs us, but it proved to be another
mined to help it, and so he mercilessly used
magnificent water power, and was in opera that the in >loch of war is satiated with the so much as lies in his power. Our columns
illustration of the ancient proverb that “thej
a cocoanut dipper on the pate of a fellow-
are
open
to
Mr.
Fay
a«
they
are
to
any
other
, tiou until a short time ago, and for some cause victims in common, and that the holocaust of
compaoion in arm«, to such a flagrant extent
course of true love never run* smooth.”
lit suspended ; but we learned that it will re {death is satisfied with the common si lughfer ; Dem »crat who desires to be heard by the
that a court-inartial was called, to uphold,
There was a charming y mng widow who
In
Mr.
Fay
’
s
cou.ro
‘ suine operations again soon. The building at which a united wail goes up alike from Democracy of Jackson,
the discipline for which this Institution is so
charmed a railroad man, and a mutual affec­
N THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
and findings are of the most approved style, both nations. Truly, when the wicked hear versy with the Herald, or with any other pa
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson, Jan-
highly noted. His tinselled judges varied:
per, or with anv person, all legitimate mat­ tion sprang up, which was the cause of {
and it turned off an excellent article of wool rule, the people must expect to mourn. Na­
juary, 1871. (Sitting in Probate.)
their consciences from a due visitation of
ter appearing over his signature will be cheer­ trouble to the mind of a gallant butcher who! In the matter of the Estate of Joshua II.
en goods. A splendid flouring mill, saw poleon's wicked, ambiti' us designs led him
such criminations, and simply admonish that
fully published, lie will be responsible for loved, it seems, but was not loved again,'
mill, marblo works, and turning mill, nil against King William ; within the short space
Sterne, Deceased.
when the spoiled child saw fit to slash around
it—tmt the T imes . We r< peat again that we until he contrived to prejudice her tn’nd by
moved by the Sime water power, gives ac­ of thirty days his designs were br< ught to
which he I „ To Ch?rles Stirne?
wii S,er.ne; Mlaria ^,rne*
its playthings, to try aod successfully dodge
are not the organ of any ring, man, or clique. false yarns about his rival, ’ upon
r
George bter<e, Sarah Stvrne, and Arthur Sterne,
tivity to the place. The village also contains naught by the victorious Gir.nan King, and
them. This Judicial indulgence did by no
made application and won from the widow a, heirs of the property and Estate of Joshua 11.
a good hotel and livery stable, two store«, a the people of France lay prostrate at his feet deam-navigauon company, or railroad com
means improve young C’uffee’s wayward dis
fair prom se to marry him. the gallant butcher ! .Sterne, deceased, and all others interested therein t
model blacksmith shop, quite a number of ar.d plead only for a free existence. That panv, ftanJter or banking company, but the
iYou,and each of you, are hereby notified that
position. As he now stands charged by the
instead. This is the wedding which was to Silas J. Day, Administrator “De Bonis Non” of
tasty private residences, and a neat Academy. existence has been throttled by the conquer­ organ of the Democracy of Jacks m. If the
said Estate, has filed his petition praying for an
Faculty for willfully and deliberately repre­
There is now, however, a fine, commodious ing Teutons—ti e imperial prtd licti ms of Herald can possible comprehend what it i« to have taken placo yesterday, and yet it seems; order of said Court t® sell the following described
senting things different from what they were,
Academy in course of construction, and will whose leuler cmild n >t be expected to guarnn be n perfectly free and untrammeled j >urnal, that after all, the fair one, finding out the
, I real property belonging to said Estate, situated in
the town of Jacksonville, Jackson count}', Oregon,
so another farcical proceeding is to be insti--
{
falsehood
of
her
“
tother
lover,
sent
again
then
it
can
understand
the
position
of
the
soon be ready for use ; which manifests a tee the humbled people of Frame anything
to-wit : A hou.-e and lot, situated on Third Street,
tuted aga'mst the lying young moke, to at­
high spirit the citizens of the place have for like a liberal form of government. And we T imes . We will add here in justice t<» Mr for the gallant railroader, made it up with near the corner of Elm Street, said lot fronting
tempt to hector him into the pale of morality.
(50) feet on Third Street, and running back
the cause of education. There is a quite a fear the republicanism for which her people Fay. that he was elected to lo >k after our him, married him and went off in the morn­ fifty
the
same
width one hundred feet (100), and known
The skunk might humor his loud scent into
flourishing s’hiol here under the tutorage of has so nobly struggled in this unequal con local interests. And in “looking so intently ing train with him on the 23d. leaving her as the Joshua H. Sterne’s house and lot ; therefore,
ambrosial odor», and the leopard change bis
after the interests of Southern Oregon,’’ he other lover to manage the wedding of the 24ill, notice is hereby given to the heirs al-law of said
i Mr. II. C. Fleming, ns-isted by Miss Maggie test, is doomed as a thing of the pa-t.
Estate, that the prayer of said petition will be
spots, sooner than to work a radical refor­
simply d d his duty—precisely what he was all by himself.
Hutchinson, whose efficient m ide of instruc
heard and determined at the Clerk’s office of said
mation in this tricky stretch of Cuffee’s
sent to Salem to do, and which, if he did not
It is thought in Albany that Ed. Palmer, county on Tuesday, the 7tb day of March, A. D.,
Letter From Josephine.
tion and excellent tact in d.scipline recom­
imagination. Oh! yes, lie can sport tho
do,
would
have
been
in
him
a
gross
derilietion
aged
28, a former resident, lias been lately 1871, at 10 o’clock, a. in., at which time and place
mend them alike to the good will of patron
the said heirs-at law above named, and all others
brass and blue for his loving worshippers,
The
people
of
Jackson
are
glad
to
I i . lin is V alley . Jan, 18ih, 1871.
<>f duty,
drowned in Colifornia.
unknown, if any there be, are hereby notified to
[ j and pupil.
but outside this could there not be found
know from Mr. Fay’s most malignant enemy,
E dit in T imes :—
Mrs. A. J. Duniway, of Albany, is said tc appear and show cause, if any exist, why an order
I Mr. Rutan, the blind music Professor, is
sale should not be made, as in the aforesaid
some honest yeoman’s son, cf Caacassian
1 have received the first and second num that he did !<» *k “intently after the interests be the Oregon editress of the Pioneer, a paper of
dispensing the favors of the science of liarino
petition prayed for.
” At this late day the jd‘voted to the subject of Womans’ Rights,
descent, wh^iiid been taught that cocoanuts
By order of lion. T. II. B. Shiplev, Judge.
nious sounds to the young people of the to« n tiers of your paper, a id am exceedingly well of Southern Oregon.
SILAS J. DAY. Clerk.
have
done
with
these
were made to drink out of; that there was
{ably edited and published in San Farncisco.
The Professor ha« d acrvedly won a high pleased with iliem. Although the salutatory ! Herald says “let us
Jacksonville. Jan. 31st, 1871.
feb4-w4.
“Let it be stopped.” After Mrs. Duniway i« an able writer, and will,
a distinction between truth and downright
reputation in his art, an 1 what the sad dis has the ring of all old a< qu lintance, it will local prejudices.”
I
___
lying, that would be a much better invest
pen sat ion of Providence has taken away from not lesson the increaxinjfvinierest felt for your doing more than ar.y paper in the State to no doubt, do justice to the Oregon branch olj
meat for our hard-fisted tnx-payes of the
, him in sight, has kindly m ide it up to him paper in our County ; while the names of the engender local strife and personal feuds; that subject.
nation, and more honor to the ‘ boys io blue,’’
has been favor- I
in the ear. lie will give a grand mus'eal publisher and business agent warrant a per- after n most vindictive and relentless persecu­ Since Christmas, ' weather
.
N THE COUNTY COURT OF TIIE STATE
11 the thing was advertised, there might be concert soon, which will doubtless be a rare manancy th it the Detn »cratic Press of -lack tion of Senators Burch, Trevitt, Fay, and able for funning operations, and much land
of Oregon, for Jackson County (Sitting in Pro­
some poor white man’s son to come forward
Hendershott,
and
Speaker
Hayden
and
others,
in
Linn
county,
and
a
great
nrea
of
ground
,
bate),
January 30th, 1871.
Son
county
has
long
felt
the
want
of.
I
hav
e
I entertainment.
and take the truant young “ward's place,:
i
because
they
simply
Sought
to
do
what
they
ha«
been
prepared
for
spring
s
ewing.
the
pleasure
of
sending
you
the
names
of
*
In
the
matter of the Estate of Stephen
After being most kindly cared fur by mine
and let him drop down to the “shovel and de ¡host, we bid this pleasant little village adieu, ****** *» as subscr’.b-rs. and urn con­ regarded as for the best interests of their lo­ The wife ol Hon. John T. Crooks was
Halleck, Deceased.
hoe,” where can rest from this flagrant vio­ i that happily honors its historic name, feeling fident ol being able to add more to your list cal constituencies ; after doing all the harm stricken down with palsy a few days ago, and
Win. M. Mathes, Administrator of the above es­
tate having filed in said Court hia final account,
remains
in.a
precarious
condition.
lation of nature’s decrees.
to
these
gentlemen
it
possib'y
could
do,
it
now
soon.
the force of sentiment of the homespun coup
and praying for an order fixing the time for hear­
WANTED !
A son of Mr. W. Bowers, living in Benton ing
By the way, tell us by wli.-.t “Ho us Po u«" desires all farther controversy stopped.
the fame ; therefore, notice is hereby given
let:
county,
about
2
miles
from
Albany,
last
week
A White Boy, to take a nigger's place at
that
said final account will bo heard and deter­
the
Plaindealer
is
made
the
litigant
organ
fur
These
men
are
entitled
to
a
vindication
and
In leaving p'easant places and people,
in said Court, on Tuesday, the 4th day of
West Point Military Academy! Don’t speak1
One will keep looking back at the steeple.”
our county, without detracting in the least they shall have it even the Herald, to the fell into a Sta'e of hopeless insanity, and was mined.
April A. D., 1871, at which time all persons having
bit one at a time, and that in a low whisper;
A few hours ride, retracing the beautiful; from the merits of that excellent Demo-r.itic contrary notwithstanding. The Herald has taken to the Asylum.
objections to said final account and Settlement,
Wheat commands 81 a bushel in Albany. must then and there make the same.
for the captious judges may relent from expanse of valley to our right, along the paper. I must say it is “ja-s ng s’r.iiige” had its full say. The “say” of these gentle
By order of T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of said
The Eugene Journal »ays a company is Court.
meeting out justice to this unprincipled, lying tread of the western range, brought us to that our public printing must b- be e o ilside men will come hereafter; and if it results
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
colored cadet. But if they could just imag i our home, that not less picturesquely nestles of our judical District. To say nothing about disastrously in the party, the Herald alone beid^ organized in Lane county with a view
Jan. 31st, 1871.
Feb.4-w4.
'
in
another
inviting
lap
of
our
motherly
hills,
of
constructing
a
wagon
road
across
the
Cas
­
ine he was white, up he would go, and there
th» inconvenience of having to send all is to blame ; for its vindictive war was car
would be caused a vacancy for another nig j that patiently awaits the puff of the iron- advertising matter miles, (passing through ried on again-t these men in spite of the cade Mountains from Eugene city, by way of
ger or white man’s sun, at the nation’s horse to give it that activity its surrounding Jacksonville), to Roseburg, it would seem to earnest protests nf the leading Democrats of the McKinzie river. A preliminary survey Notice of Final Settlement.
military school; or at least the Caucasian ’ country so justly merits.
an “unsophisticated cub,” 1 ke myself, that the State, simply to gratify the personal is now being made.
N TIIE COUNTY COURT OF TIIE STATE
C. II. Fox, a well known resident of
rival would have a chanee with the favorite
our District should be eulitled to our own annimosity of its editor and proprietors The
of Oregon, for the County of Jackion, (sitting
One of Nature's Freaks.
Eugene city, comminitted suicide on Wednes
in Probate) January 30th, 1871.
African for these high dignities. And from
cry “Let us have peace” comes too late.
printing.
day
evening
last
at
the
St.
Charles
Hotel,
the exueme estimation in which the latter
In the matter of the Estate of Aaron Cham­
We are looking with no little interest to
B. F. Dowell, Esq., of this place, gives
Letter
From
Big
Butte
Creek-
by
taking
laudanum.
On
the
evening
pre
­
ber», Deceased.
caste is held, it would be suggstive for the in a letter from Washington to the Sentinel, the promised letter of Mr. Fay, both, from the
vious
he
attempted
to
take
his
life
with
a
former to use the curling iron, and claim, at
R. F. Maury, Administrator of the above es­
of the 28tb, a lively portraiture of a female, fact that we still hold a sort of claim upon
E ditor T imes :— Your article of last week, shot gun, but flailed. Early next morning tate, having filed in said Court hit final acoonnt,
least, one-fourth Ethiopian blood in his veins,
monstrosity, at present on exhibition in that I him as a former Josephine county man, and dvocating a new mail route, suits us , but he procured and took two ounces of laudanum and also praying for an order fixing the time for
which would insure him the influence of the
city. He gives her name as Millie Cbrissie. from the hope that the actions of our Repre we want the route to extend to Big Butte. and went quietly to bed and slept his last bearing the tame; therefore notice it hereby given
that «aid final account will be heard and deter­
appointing power. For it is no use talking— She is about eighteen years old, of p ile Afri sentative while in the Legislature may be
settlement, sleep. He was a kind-hearted and generous mined, in said Court, on Tuesday the*7th day of
We
have
quite
an
exteusive
The thousunds who died in blue.
can descent, has two heads, t wo pair of arms, ventilated a little. The evidence of his and are thirty miles from a post office, We man. and leaves many friends to regret his March, 1871, at which time all persons having
sad fate.
Died not f»r me, died not for you.
objections to said final account and settlement,
two pair of shoulders branching from one financial prosperity creates a grave suspicion sometimes wait two months, or over, for an
must then and there make the same.
Multnomah
County.
To say they did, is all stuff—
> body, and four well formed legs to support in the minds of his neighbors, especially after opportunity of getting reading matter. Every
By order of T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of »aid
They died, died alone for dear Cuff.
so much talk in the Sentinal about “chicken­ person in the settlement would take from one
Court.
it
;
she
has
four
eyes,
two
mouths,
two
heart«,
Portland.
White men, when is this negro farce to
to tour newspapers, if they could get them
SILAS J. DAY, Clerk.
pie,” salt,” and etc.
and
two
sets
of
digestive
organs.
Professor
Feb4-w<
From the Herald'. The lots are nearly all Jan. 31st, 1871.
regularly; as it now is, a newspaper be
end—this scandalizing, degrading your own
As you have doubtless heard of the manner comes old ere we get it. We are heart and surveyed in Kalama, and will in a short time
Bliss, he says, gave her a minute exam:nation,
race ? Where is the man so deaf to the de­
in which a “Henthen Chinee,” living in a hand with you for a new mail route, and l*e placed in the market for sale.
crees of Providence, as to lend his influence to which he was subsequently an eye witness,
and
they
both
corroborate
that
in nearly all neighboring town, was sent to see his josh a hope you will not let the matter rest until it
The river is rapidly fulling. Heavily laden Notice of Final Settlement.
toward elevating the naturally low born ue
her component physiology, she is the most
ships cannot enter or depart without unload*
gro over the head of bis own kind—your own astonishingly formed human being that ever few days ago, I will not bore you with a shall have been establiseed.
N THE COUNTY, COURT OF THE STATE
in r part of their cargo.
B
ig B utte .
race, whom God has evidently stamped as
repetition. It seems that our Waldo friends
of Oregon, for the County of Jackson. (Sit­
lived.
Mr.
Dowell
succeeded
in
obtaining
a
Wo
learn
that
the
Northern
Pacific
Railroad
We would say to our correspondent that we
the superior of human creation ? Away with
ting in Probate,) January 30th, 1871.
have adopted—I hud almost said a Commend, have no objections to extending the route to Company have contracted with Mr. William
few
photographs
of
this
double
headed
woman,
this attempted violation of his decrees. It
was your enterprise that opened and devel­ and one is now on exhibition at the Sentinel able—way of saving our County the co9t of Big Butte. The Postal agent has been writ­ J. Warren, of this city, to drive' 3.000 piles In the matter of the Eestate ot Josiah
ten to, and will probably visit this county tn at Kalama, preparatory to their wharf build-
Newland. Deceased.
oped this country; it was your own priva­ office , and as she is of the loved African prosecuting the Heathen.
species,
and
has
two
faces,
the
party
of
ing.
look
at
the
ground
himself,
and
will
no
doubt
tion and blood that made it a great and free
Charles Griffith, Administrator of the above es­
This is truly the “winter of our discontent.”
A large number of persons are leaving tate,
having filed in said Court his final account,
nation ; and now is it right, is it just to youi/ “great moral ideas” have doubtless ere this The old year has gone out, and the new came arrange a route for the convenience of all.
Vancouver, and are preparing to erect their and also praying for an order fixing the time for
[E d . T imes .]
selves, that you should divide your heritage patened her as an emblem of their prinnples.
lutnre homes among the Kalamaites.
hearing the same ; therefore, notice is hereby given
with the low born negro for its emoluments She sails for Europe to visit the most impor without bringing our usual freshet, while the
The
Monticello
boat
took
up
eightv-six
that said final account will be heard and deter­
T
he
L
itigant
L
aw
.
—
Our
neighbor,
the
tant
cities
of
the
old
World,
but
expects
to
cold,
raw
weather
has
dried
up
what
little
and honors ? No ; the seeond sober thought
mined in said Court on Tuesday, 7th day of March,
of the American people will surely return return in time to give the fall impress of her water our creeks would otherwise afford; Sentinel, waxes exceeding wroth over the head of cattle thia morning destined for that A. D., 1871, at which time all persons having ob­
loca
’
ity.
typical
phiz
in
the
next
Radical
campaign.
consequently miners are doing little or noth “Litigant Law.” We hope our neighbor
and dispel the damning principles of the
to said final aeoount and settlement, must
From the Oregonian : We had hoped jections
ing—in fact, mining i« about played out, and
Black Republican party with such a sheen of
then
and
there make the same.
H urrah for the R ailroad .—From our our people are turning their attention to does not censure us much for being the re that we had heard the last of small pox in
By order ol T. H. B. Shipley, Judge of said
light, as to drive them into that dark Pit—
*
cipient of a small crumb. If he does, we this city ; but it seems that matters have Court.
neighbor, Yreka Union, we clip the following stock raising, farming, &c.
from whence they came !
been
managed
just
exactly
right
to
keep
the
'
SILAS
J.
DAY,
Clerk.
will
If
I
obtain
any
more
subscribers,
you
shall
make
the
same
plea
the
unfortunate
THe spirit of light is surely moving upon symptom of the iron horse making a snort in
Jan. 31«t, 1871.
feb4-w4.
disease
going.
A
daughter
of
Mr.
John
hear
from
me
again.
girl
did,
who
contributed
to
the
population
the thoughts of the great mass of the white our mountains soon. And so they are really
Yours,
of the globe without the sanction of wedlock. Bowman, living near the corner of Second
men of our country, and breaking in floods
» «
looking
round
for
a stable stand for this
She said she did not think she ought to be and Harrison streets, now has it in one of its
of light upon their minds that have hereto
punished much, as it was such a very small worst forms, and her physician has fears
fore been obsenred by false issue. Encour- welcome steed of progress. Let her rip ! The
W
illiam
D
avidson
.
—
We
call
attention
to
babv. For a like reason we deprecate the that she cannot recover.
aging evidenoee uf this welcome iaot is coming pabulum of our rich valley wont let him rest
ll taxes remaining unpaid after
Dredging in the Columbia for the body of
long
over
on
that
side
:
the notice in our columns of this well known &nliiieFs wrath, because out of the two
up from every nook and corner of our broad
the 20ih inst., will be collected with eoats;
G.
W.
Ford,
was
continued
till
Nooday
night
land. The great Democratic party is risiug
It is now rumored that the gentlemen who and long established real estate agency in the counties compos’ng this Judicial District, we
therefore, pay up and save expense.
without
success.
in its might and marshalling its hosts to the re were here a week or so ago, ostensibly to city of Portland. As a real estnte dealer have the litigant printing for one on'y ; while
HENRY KLIPPEL, Sheriff
The
construction
of
the
N.
P.
R.
R.
Co.
’
s
lief of our white man’s government as it was. obtain lands on which to locate a German Mr. Davidson, from his experience and effi. the printing for Josphine is done out of the
wharf
at
Kalama
will
require
150.000
feet
of
and Tax Collector of Jackson
And white men fall into its ranks and fight colony were here in realitv to select a location ciency, has no superior in Oregon, and those District by the orders of the Governor. Mr.
piles,
and
upwards
of
1,000,000
feet
of
lum
­
County Oregon.
Sentinel.
our
baby
is
a
very
small
baby
in
­
these would'be dead issues to your latest for a railroad depot. The German colony looking to business in bis line will do well to
Feb. kt, 1871.
FebA tf
ber.
deed. Don’t bo too hard on us.
scheme was adopted merely for a blind.
call on him.
breath.
SATURDAY MORNING, FEB’Y 4, 1871
mimi mia turn.
Citation to Heirs
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Notice of Final Settlement.
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Notice to Tax-Payers
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