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Oregon Branch Associated Veterans of Jackson Coonty-Its Agricultural and
the Mexican War.
SATURDAY MORNING. APRILS. 1871.
E« D- WHJBRAÏ,............ Itu»lne»a Agent
General Grant and Civil Service Re
General Grant, the President of the Unted
Staton, is as culpable »«• his hither, the Post
master at Coviugioii. The latter, holding u
most imporiiitit office, let it not be forgotten.
Muder his son, is pennilled to retain it, al
though he is charged, officially charges!, bv
another officer of the G -v. mm« nr, with teii
deriug biui a direct bribe in nionev to induce
him to perlurm an important official act. No
inveatigation is ordered. On »lie cuntrury.
the President simply sends I«» hia accused
subord naie a copy of the charges made
against him and then Stops. He emmiders it
• matter of no importance. It is u ider th s
Adm.HNiration established that bribes mai
be given or offered with impunity ; that it
the President knows it be iLiuka it all right.
Such is tl>e degradation io which the country
is reduced under the Grant dynasty. C rrup-
tion holds high unrunal. Nothing lik< it
baa been seen since tl>e time of the R man
Ku pi re, when everyth ng connected with the
Government was di«i< s d of tu the highest
bidder. — Cincinnati Enquirer.
On the 27«h Mure!», the survivors, of the
Mexican wnr m»*t in Purilml aisl orgmi’z-d
• h under tm* nb >vo n itno, f to« mixihrv
to tit orga nz ition es-ubliidied in San Fran
cisc<> recen ly. The following tin med gentle
men partie paled :
Cnpt. E. Hamilton. 1st Reg. 0'iio Vol«.;
Major Tilton. Reg. Voltigeurs; J. II Lnp
pen*, pvt. Steven-on’s Reg. ; George Farter,
d i. ; Win. Groom«. 10th U. S. Inly. ; J. II
E.’un, frigate Eotomac •, Daniel O" Regan.
l«t Lt. 1st Ma-s. V d*.; A. -I. Tucker, Co
II. 1-t Ark. Cav.; J h i D. Yu e-, S even
m . i ’ i * Reg. ; Tons. MeMtinu«, 15th U. S
Infv.; J Um Kearney, 9tii U. S. Infy.; Win.
V. P.«8t, 3 I U. S. Art. ; Dane W. Smith. 2
Lt. of Vais. ; Robert Beers. 21 III. Vols. ;
Victor Trevitt, 210 iio Vols. and 21 Mt.
R fleuien ; W. B Clark. Q M. Dept. ; A. J
Olivet, Sul. with Gen. Scott’s army ; T. P
F iriev, Stevenson’s Re.».
frigate Savannah ; T. H. Tilghmaii, 21 M .
Rifbs; W. W. Shade, 21 M uS. V .Is. ;
Jahn F. Miller, Dmipiian’s Ii’g. Mu V >la
The o; en Valley ol R-gne river is forty
mifi-s long I y alsmt it n in il re w.de. (Tti »
. ......... .
it w i.l lie uk.«erv«M, does not includ I
the long line of valley ex’PDtiiug from Roel
the boundary between J.icks-m mu
•J »ephinv ) Fiom the loot lulls of Lttil-
Butte to Jacks 'll» iile the w idth is not f.ii
from twenty nii!e«; but from this centra
point it gnnvs grndmi.lv narrower each way
s • Hint ih- average is ninieriully cut ilowi
mid w II not eXeCed the figures above named
1'lie be-t mid most imp r ant par» of what i-
rail.-d Rogue Hirer Valley is not Rogue Rivei
Valley nt nil; mul no sane mmi, cnnversmi'
with tl.e fiv-ia in the cm-e, could be induced
for a moment to believe it to be such ; the
me- t si-teni-v of »u -li II supposition ¡g too
•J iriog mid iis tol ucy t<»<» plmn null palpable.
And, 'liiitigh it sliou'd be proved, la*yond u
geradventure, that tins river was the feedei
of tfie gre; t hike which, nt one time, rfccu
pied its site, it does not oeeissnrily follow
that Im med or even assisted in fouling the
Passion and Prejudice.
One great eanse of the immense failure of
!.e radieals I«» the net «»f p'verhing is, that
P art «, March 31;— All is cqnsternation.
they lail utterly to oom prebend the trut ol>
distinguish bel T1»« watcliAvonj of the Çi/mmune is ‘’Denti.
•ect < f Xpa^ofmeeW»«UI»«-*eÌu<lÌ-eHh
guv*riiintn‘, nnd to <
limati» in »I.A •
tAx» ....»nú mti > ri-<»«» 11 li
Death to the priests!” Decrees
f mankind. So far as government operates
lirectly upon the person, it would, if wisely
lir«cied in its proper channel, devote its at nuiiciatioiis ol the suspected nre made hourly ;
eiition to the pas-iohs df im-ti. mid *trt»e miiHV parties liuve been arncsted. ThS guil
mly to cofiLrol mid Imld them ih such ckCck otihe will soon beerec ed. Impale-of ni.itiv
ilnii tliev nt-.v not prove destructive to the houses have been m irked as good fur the guil-
- — • " -1“ ’
jeneriil peace m d safety. To subdue «nd Imi ner
Among the passengers last night came Mr.
and'Mrs. M. H. Money, of Iowa founders of
understand. Ims been taken up and will be
'rausplanted nt Kalama.*
It is reported a Democratic paper will soon
bn started at Corvallis. The ’ype. press nnd
■naterials i« on the way from San Francisco.
Miners at Auburn have commenced work.
Another rich quartz mine has been dis-
•overed on Bnrnt river.
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Thy Government has c^mppeted'lts arrange
Limr Mondiv'n'hlnndv fight occurred be
smolher live passion«—not t> arouse and pro
meijtB fur uitiviag iiguiust Rutin.
'Bi-oopr tween two meiV in Linn county, all about a
voke them —is an ¡»nportuul duty ol govern
uent, which riidienlisni does n«»t appear Io will iHoVeJ'SMmitfniitMusly • with Gerniao» 'vpmon.
The report «if the drowning of A. Hnckel-
e-unprehend. At least, it lias never alt« m it- dong the line by Mmitmarie mid Bern.
Learning this, the Commune have resolved t> man, of Linn county, he 6ays, was tutally
ed to Carry it into practice. On the contrary,
its eft >rts have been in Hie opposite direction. march on Versailles to-night with 3J.000 unfounded.
National Guards, via M.mebroug»*, where io-
Radicalism has acted as if it conceived its lantry "I the line is stationed. Oveicoiiiin^
On the 33th clt, Mrs. Dinwiddle’s house,
nissioii i»i the adininistrnti.in of goverameut ■ >r |iaieriiizing these, they will yiroceed to «even mile? smith of Allmnv. was burned, the
t • be to make war upon and subjugate or ob Versailles mi.! dispose of the Assembly.
family Imrely escaping «¡:h <heir lives.
L ondon . April 1.—Communication t.etween
literate tne inate prejudices of comniunities
The Bed Rock Democrat suve that James
Paris and Versailles is interrupted. No let
«ud mankind ill general. It 111»«, ll.eielure, ters or p'tpefs reccivid yesterday.
Lnngmeyer, of Mormon Bas n, has been
euactel statu.es, organized courts, created
A inlet mg iff ’nWfCmuits, demanding an
mi-sing for about a week, and fears of foul
new tribunal«, and niarshiiled armies tor the explanation of ihe demands ol the Uotnmui.e,
h.isin vr lecepiiiele into which its waters were
play are entertained.
«ole purjaise of waiving iiguinst inborn prej was held. They expl tin that Rainmit flea
A permAiient organ zitlou wa» h<d. Geo. li«chiiri*ed ; but, on the eoii;rarv, the lay ol
wiilt all the staff and all materials of the
A Scio boy, pays the Democrat, bought »
E. K. S. Canby bjmg elected Presid« nt ; (tie valley, iis altitude, logeilitr with the nd ud ces, ns if they were to be erauicated or Commune. Tney will organize speedily.
ticket to take bm ladv love t" Van
subjugated by force * By its sen-eless
A rumor says the attacking troops hive
Vice Pres., Ge». E. H.imilton ; Secy., V.e veise direction of the riter, nio»t conelu-ively ieven
Webfoot Gretna Green. When
retiCned Nouiliy and St. Ctotld. All the wrs-
Trevitt; Ti en«., Jas. 11. Iuippeus. A com prmc ll'iit it d d not, and cm d rot in any' land fruitless warlu.e agniust prtjudice (trull
tri’n gate-of Paris are closed, Seve.nl off she got to S.iletn she backed out.
resuli»), rad causui has
— in every
- - -•
mittee was appointed to draft m d report n c mceivuble Wny or by any coticeivuble route' Hess in goon
of the Sth b iltalion are arrested. Com
And so the corruption is charged officially
A correspondent from Mornion Bar, writ
Constitution ami By Liws. and the meeting r tiiemis. f..i hi the great Valley which lies li possible iiiniiiier aroused and stimulated the plete ¡sola.ion uf Parts is iuomeLtarily ex-
and no investigation is ordeied. It is ail in
ing to the Bed Rack Democrat of the 20lb
ke sou Ii of it. It is not, therefore, properly very passions which it is the proper province
then adjourned to Apiil 1-t.
the family. A sub-ervient Senate mkts no
of government to subdue or bold iu check.
|’|ie journals, Le Français, Lecteur and u'<. says that they have I.ad a tlnee ¿uy's
We ure informed that the following named llotUe Hirer \ nllev. Mary’s river—better
notice of it and holds no one respona.ble for
sn'VBtorin—the heavies of the season.
[Thus, nt every step of its progress radicalism \ Librie. lune cea.-ed to appear.
citizens of Jack-on county nre tuirviv >r« ol tiiow i; ns Be.ir ere« k—flows the entire length
it. Steal ud , it is a long lane that Ims u<>
has traveled further mid further from Hie path
The Oregon City Enterpriae «ays that the
the Mexican war: Cd It. F. M-Urv, Ki. •f the valley, is-uiug lr- nt the S.skir Ous mid I ;
etin t<> surrender Fort Valerian. He refused.
property in Claekama« county, which
A Times' special says Thiers pay« five hun
Regt.; J. L. Louden, 21 III.; S. J. Day. lisclmrgmg into Rogue river. 'I his sirenm
dred tnillioiis to German« on Friday evening. Co«t about $320,000, ba» been imses-ed at
corporal and orderly sergeant Co. E, 2 I Rec ■bride« the valley a« near centrally ns could
A New Paper.
I I’hii rs will then be ulluwed tu rece.ve rein ¡$2 2OOr A nice arrangement for the other
U. S. Infy.; Thomas Wrigh», C >. G.. C >1 have been done by the ino-t v m.ieteiit sur
i foicerticuls. #... f
' property h 1 Iei6 !
lowly c .bin of the denizens of the “pittey
We have receiver! a Prospectus of the Dem
The Democrat says that on the night of the
line, froth ’VvrsiM'iis’, while'rOcminoîtering
ocratic Era, a weekly journal lobe j ubi.-lnd Co. G, (li.; II. S. Diinlijt, Co. II, do. ; which ure t’je-ar’s,” mid ui t> ibis river that
h ult. the »tore of Mr. Lewis Solomon, of
in Erst Portland, under the auspices ««f Ur James Burne«, C ». C. d ».
Valley, m.d Rogue river, »o far as this little
■ Lancaster, Lane couuty, was totally de
ban E. Hicks and S. W. R.ve ley. Toe first
The negr ■ ring at Wa-hiugtwii to >k g ><-d
raids upon the liailot b X und upon continu ht zed with the Guards.
number trill issue ab> uithe21s. ittsi. 1tdefines. care to s n I oat their delectab e emnmi-siou
Fugitives from Par s are increasing. A stroyed by fire, goods a«id building »baring
tho same fate. An insurance of $3.500 was
later d «patch contrudics this news.
its position in politics clraily and tau lbby in ers in the winter, when theiropic.il feveis! I'ha »nine limy be .«aid of Dry creek, Ante
marshalled agiin t prejudices t- r Hie purpo-e
P aris . M uch 31.—A letter from Lullicr on the goods, but none on the building.
the interest of thetr/to/e Democratic party. It ha I subsided, ami n >w they rep >rt all 1 •veiy ;
of uecomplis'iing an imposs.bi lily—their eempiain- of the treatment received from the
On Monday, the 13th instant. Mr. David
say»: “We shall ».ot attempt to ii>c >rp>>r.ite iu na ure and uiigelic in man, to hurry tin i which could be strictly called a v.lli-y of
forcible eradication. In spite uf al! tliuSc R-d Uiunin ttee. Villagren and Bi-sen are
Gilchrist, of this county, discovered another
local issues in our party creed, nor proscribe j •!• up. To show that they saw only th<
still in pris m.
V.Jley might claim tli'.s honor the upper part torces pr jd licrs are as strong and deep
v.Juible Qa .rtz mine <»n Buri.t rivet, a Imlf
Derxocrats because of their difference w.tli bright side, we will give some stat stics fr<>n.
ro.iH’l «sever, while the pi>s«inns, which ii side of Paris are stopped. Toe Cotiimum-
mile below the Argentum L-dge. The vein
us in matters of neighborhood policy.” Tuts a valued source, ai d refer the skeptical l«>
I > t leJ n.aui-t
iiselt must l i.l.” Ai be»t, we would have been the effort of well directed will leave 11 >tel de Vide fur Lux«niibourg. 1« St-v<-ii atid a hull feet wide; and S-ilinon
truly covers a Wai»t decidedly lelc in the a history of the taiaud,
M' tubers ol the Coin nune administraiivi
mar write Rogue river's c.uim to this v.illey government to control mid hold ill check,
Bros, have ci u-hed rOttie of the cropping- by
rauks of oar party, m.d especially in the im
d n et the nrrondi-smetits.
“Ii seems that after the conquest of N o
nave been ten laid more tierce und dangerous.
n legular mill p-oce-s. and ityieids at the
mediate locality ot its publication. Fur »e Scotia by the Engliah in tl>e Inst century, a
For, jnstead of slmi.tg to ke< p tliriii u..dei R iclief ,rt has recoieie.1, and is c tiling t>
rates ol 3200 gold, and $50 in silver, to the
look to our commercial nietropoks for a true large number of the French inhalatiinis cm.- ukeii hi me strict sense of the term, in cun I
subjection, the w hole power of govri ii.uem Paris.
ion. It ba- been named ’’lit l«-na.”
ind.x of democratic sentiment, and a j rnriial grated to San Dunntigo. Turn-thirds ol them
na« bren exerted kh as to inte.i-ily mid
exerci.-ing its influence for the common good died there iu n Very slim t lime, from tl.e
An Indignant Press.
Work on the Placer mines of Burnt river
Strungtueii them, if, indeed, that has Dot
of the party will be greatly appreciated just tropical li ver«, and the auivivms weie glad
is prngresMog rapid’y, »nd lliefe is little
been the purpose.
at this lime. And we wish the paper every to igjape t> Louisiana. In 1770 the Freml* ami iiniinpor'ant. It does uot repiesent a
' > The Rad cal ptip trs from every pottion of iloubt that much gold will b- taken out the
PrejudvC is II >t neces-arily dangerun«;
success, and we heartily recommend that Government induced s >tqe 2,5VU Gerniuu» to
■ he coiiutry denounce tfie r«-m »V;U <>f ISumum birtlicont'iig season.
pis-ion ih . Pr.-judve is not muenalite to
Bv exininmion it w ill be found that the
all Democrats combine and make it a success ; emigrate there. In two years a>l bu. 230 Iim
I’roin the Cominiltee on Foreign Ile.uti >ns.'
H omicide --Mauv of our real er* will re-
fo.-ce of any des-rip Ho i, but pa «si on can to-
The Cinciiniti Commercial says i: was doth member a a >incwh:it notori us cl.a ai t> r
for the importance of its mi.-sion to the De died. After the revolt of tl»e smiesuud tin
co.itroHed by fore.b e nieuii». Government,
mocracy of this State cannot be too highly- butchery of the planters, tl.e French Repub mm three divi-iomr. AU that part of t.ie>
“to tn .ke en-ier the eou-utnnlimi ot a bargain named R >e 1’enter, who perauibuiated these
under r.i lieal in .iiagenient, has e-snyrd the
Terms of subscription : Oue lie sent a large f ■tree to re au jugate the is valley lying east of Rigue river mid north o
negotiated by one of ¡he Pre.-¡dent's military region*. Sometime since, getting ¡«.to a grout
imnossib'.e mid neglecteif the piss»' le—hence
copy one year, $3 00 ; c-n* copy six m mths, laud. The negroes wre beaten at ev.«ry B-ar creek, m iy be included in d vision 1st. j
Secretaries, who is be ieved to have se fi«b many niffici hie«, and creating di-lurii<n<-e»
I the otter failure to achieve any of the object»
I I'hi« division presents a peculiarity of soil
$2 00; one copy three months, SI 00.
intere« S. in connection with a pared of spec wherever l e went. We ham fr-mi the Salem
point, but the yellow fe«cr conquered the I not foil id anywhere else in the v.illey. Here for which g ivernnients are instituted.
n'ator«. to ad an.-e.'’ It says’’ilte 1 • st hm in papers that he lia< nt Inst ’’fottnd his mm.’’
French veteran«, »ui after losing »ixty thuu
No pm iio.i ot the pe. pie ol tfie United
But io making charges we should be most
fi'.d the noted “b g stickey,
stickey,” a tough,
■ I lie by it w .li De «to render the ii'.mi'iation uf and has -’passed in his checks.” It seem»
»and men the French were fmced to with I we find
Stateshave been actuated l»v passionate hatred
careful that they be well-l«>uud«N*, and that
or at least his re elemi >n, i ..po-s ble,” that he got into a difficulty with n num
they are the promptings of unselfish motives dr;-W. In the occupation of Sall D--niing<> by
of the negr.i««, but the imnite prejudices o!
mixed. The n .ture uf this soil i< such »« t<>
1 I'ne Chicago Tribune says th it “it is a mis name I John Delian, uud in tm ufirtiy was
rather than tliot-e ol tn dice < r envy. Even Spam in 1564, Ld.000 S; a.iish troops lost
idherc with incurrigibto ..lutina.-v to evert t ie great majority have caused them natil t ike in whatever way it is regarded.” The
against our enemies we gain nothing by I ■ their lives by sickue-s.
In one case 355
bad y eut. E-cipmg he made Ins wav over
thing br -light wiihiii its rendí, nnd wont toi rally to obj.-ct to iidmittii'g the negro race to Bo-ton Transcript say 3 G.unt “has dam .gt d
making false and in Lcious charge«, and how
young fellows were scut to garrison Siinaiiu,
a m le distance when he was found apparently
much leas do we gam when such cnurges nre
go w< r.fi a c—c-eent. Ahn »st every fo.>t ot a toning of p'-rtoct s >cial equality. It i» n.S San Domingo scheme irreii ievably.’
hi six weeks ul'ierwar is but fit* ecu of
in n dying condition. Dillon was arrested
made against thuSs of our uwu household.—
.he upland of this division, in time.i past — ig iinst tho-e pr.jn lives which t: e entire L’ne Hanford Post sttvs “the de ¡berate sense
and b'-tt id over, for trial. The general im-
and n t very rc.n > e either—Was a barrm pO.ve«s of r«rdicil governm-nt have b en foul of the Republican party will d sapprive it.’
pre-sion is that Pen.er was to blame.—
We are happy to C.nl that the Herald has •els which called there iu the summer mmitl.s
d--ert incapable of pro hieing tfie lig .tesi sidy, y at. wickedly hurled, and the resub I’iie Pii.l;ide!phin Bulletin says “the uhuosi
last ascertaine«! that bone-ty is the best pol I ist nearly nil their officers and half the r
«eg *a ioi.. Its rechitn ition is of C'lnpira ni« been t > stimul-ite un i encourage in a l universal sen iinent of the Republican pres-
icy, and that false accus »lions founded in crews’ T his is the biy winch G ant Im-
J .hiisou Perry, n y» ung man on the North
iv-ly leceut date, ami may be ntirilaito. part« of the c u trv those passions wh’c i it through.mt the country is-tliat a grave mi-
malice and nine >r do not win. albeit it La-*. hired for $150.000 a year that our war v.-ssels
Yamhill, took an over dose ol laudanum,
. > t ly to the wa«h of '.lie lull-« that bound n a the province "I govern nenl to discoarag.-
In the same article it boasts of having van
in ty have a coaling sta ion, and th s i* »In O i I e ea-r. T his supp-st><m aiipr.iaelies md hold in subjugation. In its bootless ef t.,ke li t- been innle. ' The Sprliicfidd Re i'rmu which he died tin Fridav nielli I«»».
quished it enem es and of “sheathing its island which be wants to buy for a-i liidrfiuit«* ertainty. mid mnv b • »aiisfuctorilv pr >ve.i forts to eradicate th it which is at the worst niiblican arraigns the Adm it s ration fir ;.c s
claymore.” The assailants of the Herald sum. Considering everything, it iss mietli ng i¡:>l — bv il e mip il i-oll <>f tfie valley soil will, out a passive evil (if it is even tha ), ta lieal ol omission nnd commissi hi , speak« of Grant’.-
ili it ol the liihs. S c m l—by the fa-t that u
’-blundering, hitor-mist policy,” mid si^vs.
fail to perceive vliere the vanquishing c >m< s of a puv that »he departure of the Coinmia
lar'-'c an-ii lyinj a'oiig •< i^ue river mi l re ic’ • ism has creice I a thousand evils which are
in, and as to the claymore, a dagger of l.tli sion fi>r that deli i t ible land was not p >>t iog toward« the lull« is yer totally desert, the p isitively and dangerously threatening. And I ’t • these he proposes to ndd a qu iriei in DAVIS—HAHN—At ih* residence o‘ Col. Gran
ger's, Maicti 16th, 1871, in the village of Ev .ns
would be a much more i»p| r..pria>e simile tor p med until July.”
wa-li not linvmg yet readied it. Third— liiis because radicalism ue it is uuder»t ud I which he is wholly wrong.” We might add
.Mills, Jefferson cuuniy. N. --
Y., - by the
I'o these opinions, but it is unnecessary
William Douglas, Mr. Thomas Davis, of Apple-
tue unu-tial susceptibility <>l the soil to the
ths weapons ills Herald uses. The latter was
gute, Oregon, to Miss B. M. Hahn, of Taeresa,
A N ational I nsult .— I’lie negro snubbing i.-tio-i uf water. The whu!e region fiotii today in Amu« ¡can politics cr.n neither Coin Everything works beautifully for the Dein>>c
the weapon with which court fouls were arm
infl ated upon Fred D mglas by the officers m. Reeee c. eek la ill«* Si'kiymi« i« more or les- prebend the Hue object.« of government, nor ricy. The year opens bright fir their luic-i
ed in the middle ages.
u steamer on the Potomac, who refused to •ut up with drains or ditches ; mid in S"ni»- the difference between prejud.ee, which is u • Css. Nothing but the grossest blunder« on
place« tlte«e washes urn ho uumor.ms >,n.t itself Harmless, and passim, which is abs >■
Senator Fay at the solicitation of friends allow the colored g »vernment pet a s*nt at
the part of the leader« c .n dufeit their Presi
l»t>p that »to.-k hunters, unacquainted will,
has withdrawn his letter in reply to Rills. the table with the S in D nningo c oninis-i n lie i u-a- S. experience great diffi u tv, nnd
dentin! noniim-e in 1872 —S. F. Examiner.
SHUTZ—In Jacksonville. April 3rd, 1871, Io tbs
This we believe to be eminently proper. ers, was resented by the Commissi mers l.y .nd uti-reqiiently delay, in finding n pmetica
wife of Veit fhutz, u tun.
T he L'ST F ound . — l’ne men mentioned in
Notwithstanding the disinclination which leaving the bout ; and we learn that the .•ros-iiijf. N-'W if iliese diicl.e« were milv out last us having been lost in the Coast The Oregon and California Railroad
MtcaaiuiiNl, or «•onfined to any pirticulai
Ralls professes, the case will be bound to matter is to be taken up and mad-* a matter I c >liry in the g ven du»
c<*, they might m mountains h-.ve finally been found, and it
Separate corps of civil engineers with sur
undergo an investigation before the Grand of C mgressionnl investigation. Get down regarded ns proving iinthiug ; hut uti tin gratifies U3 to nnnoiii.ee tl at they are alive.
upon your marrow b >nes. white men ot emitrary, nliimS evety little h How. inclina-
Jury. A further newspaper war can accom
They were reduced to mere ske.etona, being veyors will proceed from the one-hundred Tl'CKER—Iu JackaoDvilla. April 7th, 1871, of
dropsy of the brain. F letcher Born, infant avn
nile po-t in Linn county to survey on two
plish no possible good. Assertion« upon ttie
the gieater portion «.f the time without fi.e,
of Luther and Alary Tueker ; aged 1 year.
one side, supported by ex parte affidavits, amt is to be avenged. A trial that will d >ul»t«-s
subsisting upon snails, frogs and herb«. Al lis.inct lines toward« the base of the Uala
tnten fe.-t deep mid s x <>r eight mile« Ion«.
denials upon the other, even supported by
This whole »i le bul, from optiosiie Poce iix ter many tria's they succeeded in getting fir pooia inoiintains. One corps will proceed bv
other ex parte nffi Invite, neither prove nor pride of the “man and brother.” T ie po «• to its terininnltoil on the desert, is one sue. by rubbing and striking rocks togeilicr. and way of Harrisburg nnd Eugene Cdy to the
eisprove anything. The Courts are the toiling white man pays the expenses ; win .?'-siou of slid s. and »tone of them, even nere they remain»d until f und. We are ¡II’ old Burrage line, and the other by the way of
inw. S i well In-fined n« to be diatiiietly uli-
Spring!] -Id ; and upon whieherer route th«*
proper tribunals to investigate such nffiirs. cares, when a “b g liing” is at slake.
.erv .ble nt n dis'Hiiee of five or six mi e». •lebted to our friend Wm. Cathcart for tia
most practicable line f >r the road shall be
And if Mr. Ralls ¡8 fearful that a jury, in a
R iver I mps > veme \ t .— Lieut. Ilenr, of the ^Iioil 'I the Butte Cn-ek D teb, now tnlkfd of. billowing oariiculars of the search and re
Aotfnty where he has lived for fifteen years,
•v» r I»« b ¿I it will )irobnb'y ems« this »pur covery. He says : “0 i the 1 Illi inst. Juli:i f mnd the work will be pushed on. By the
C'lr-t Survey Service, writes from S in Frau
the Si-kivmi) east of th« rocky butte.
first of May thn surveys will be '•ompleted
will fail to do him justice, be Cm take it cis<T t> D. C. McCInllen, of ths place,
Perdue ami John Beaslv a»cended the niouu.
• lienee nl ng 'lie »null» »i le hi it s onlicnsterly
the line cimmeuced upon. Meantime
change of venue.
in"orming him of the passage by Cmigree-* lireciion, crossing the valle? somewhere in tains of the Coast Runge in search for game,
R C T. PAYNE. LIVING Q MILES
mteuding to return by niglitfnll. B-coining the fourteen miles which now remain of th«»
C ardio .—The Herald says : “The inftoxi of the 322 533 ap-iropriatimi for improving «he v.ei iity of A-li ami. There i« tin enter-
ea»t of Phienix' i.fiers the servwT« of a thor
r s •. irJess of n like nnture. that wnild m> bewildered they took the wrong direction and
ougli-br«d Devon»hire Bull to the publie. at
bls and unbending hostility of that paper “to
• cedi v lev -¡o a? the resource« • f the country without food or shelter mid in ruin mid »now Albany will be finished and put in complete Reason. The animal is a deep red five-years-old^
the ring formed at Sa'em to defeat our candi
is th“ bti'ldmg of thi* ditd» if found tn lie
i nnning order. It is the purpose of the Com weighing 1,624 pounds.
they wandered until they finally struck a
C. T. PAYNE.
date for-United States Senator,” is the emi-e
pnny to push through the construction of
s ream down which they made their way,
of the opposition which it has encountered f am
.iiri>o«es limn either of the others, the Inc >raveling as fa«t as their condi ion would per
nearly every Democratic paper in the S ate. | that Ae twoye >rs m >re have passed. R ise
s du«, mmil'y. to the great difficulty ex mit. On the 14 h in-t., n«-ighbors to number« season, and an Mr. Holladay will be here all
We believe Mr. W. S. Ladd whs the Herald'» burg will have d lily atemn c minunicatim tiericn<-ed in working it—it will “stick ;”
the time tn hurry on the work with his nc
Senatorial candidate, and it aopear# ibe ring whli the MH>t fir seran nionili« in the year y.*t wheat, outs anti barley, when the sea-o- of thirty cemmenced to search for them and
energy, it is safe enough to pred’c
i« fivornb'e for working tbi« peeii'iir soi •O'itiniieil till Sunday thn 19th inst. On
succeeded in defeating that gentlenmn. Tl«e Farmer» plant grain ! —Plaindealer.
he undersigned hereby notifies
vie'il well, the avenige of wlicat being about Uondav the 20.h, Win. McG--e, Ge-i. Sacre, that the mad will be finished that far by the
the citizens of Jacksonville nnd vicinity hat
chagrin and disappointment of that defeat is
We lenrn from reliub a private mnrec« thn
eventeen bus ela tier a ¡re ; o its ami barley HiO«. B ain. A II. Churc i I, R. A. Wood- time mentioned.— Bulletin.
he will give n May Dny Party at hir Hotel <>n the
undoubtedly the cmi-e of the Herald"» earnest,
first ef May. Good tnugic, a good «upper, and
the cilizena of Del Norta. Oil., have memnri thirty n t acre. When any ntteiuioii it* pni
'■iiff, Gen. Wo«lruff. Wm. Catheart Jr., and
efforts to divide and distract the Democratic
W e cull attention to the well written nrti every thing el<e which will tend te ndd to the com
al z-tl Cmgre r for a b eakwa’er nt Creacan «» iinlenitig. vegetab'e« mrelv f»i . and this
part uf ih« val
if any d ir-rerc.1, is sn Robert Kincaid. atnr'e<l into the m >un ains cl *s from the Guard and Mercury on our out fort uud enjoyment of the gue»ta, will be provided.
party by personal feuds. Having failed to
Ci'V. Tl»e Chamlier ol U m:mHrca nt Sn neriur iii this res .ee, t" tlie lihiek lour, ly* it
vitli'iut lilanket« nnd in the rain, with pro -ide to-day. The Herald is becoming more TICKETS,........................................ ........ «3 OO.
rule, it is determined to ruin. But a more
F.ncisco endor-e« the mem .rial t . imprc«> «•Ltli o’ B ur creek. Fruit Ims never iih ye
on their buck«, determined to find and more obnoxious to the Democracy everv
fearful disappointment is in store fur the
• lie importance of the meamiro. Tiiia, if ef !>e«‘ti fnirlv te-ted ; moi ttomgli there «re «
d iv, audits organs are obliged to denounce
f-<-ted, will he of im*:il«*ii*nlila benefit t ■ ■g >odlv member of young ami promising or-
.-Imr.ls here m.d ilieie. but little fruit. Com
its insufferable arrogance.
S umner recently delivered a terrific philip Northern C ilil’ornia «nd S mihera O -agon. m> r>nrmi«elv. is urowr. in »his division. Th« ii S ¡tiir.lav 23'h, at 8 o'clock A. M., they
»» wil? render ocean tr limit sife an I e sv—
pic against lbs Admin'strutio»». llis>p-ech
S heriff J ackson , of Trinity cmntv. Cal.,
giving a re-u'ar C ‘inn miniiiou with the waole dtHtr'c i« well watered, pr «dure* ex onnd them yet alive. They were reduced to
-g g lengthy one, and we cannot afford s> a c ports up mid down the l’i:i* fi<: Coast.
cellent g nss. mid offers every f u-i itv for m*
been sen eneed tn pay a fine of $20 00.
nere ske e «»ns, having thrown nway their
essrs , pape a savage and mr .
«n«v nwiitmilatton or growth of ati«’k with
evea to." a synopsis. It w*s ostensibly a de
Convicted under the J. S. Law again-t
Henry Pane bare placed thsir aoeounts in
run«. When found they were within twelve
The New York Tribune «ays llnik the firs'
fence of hi« course on the Smi D jungo qnes
our bands for ooHeeuon. Unless prompt attention
thia fact nl me luriiislies the key to the pr..« miles of the -ettlemen'S, on the O.um River,
is given by debtors to the payment or th'ese ac
tmn, to*»* re*«iiy <•»» • vigorous attack on steamer of anew line lietween Bremen and parity and independence of the many sterling
to which they weie taken and will be cared appealed.
counts, coms will be added.
the policy of tbo Administration. Ilia array
citiz-’iit of >hi« seciinn.
FAY A REA.
'or until they nre sufficiently recovered to en
he Herald talks about “putting up the
Jacksonville. April 5th, 1871.
of facts is overwhelming and his nrgumenta
man Lloyd Sieanisliln Company. In tlmline discover« d in the f«a»t billa north of Betir .»Ide them to return to their homes.” We claymorejof personal warfare.” Would not
unanswerable. We regard ibis attack of
there are three v « xr -|«. fifed up with special creek, Imt on account of the superior attrac cannot speak in too high praise of the eom-
Sumner’» of by far the most damaging us- reference to first <-|.is< poS'engen«. of wlmm thin ««if gold, it was otilv 8iiffi<’ien«ly develon pmiv who. amidst troubles mid inconvenien- i I the«'‘dagger of lath” with which Kings for
sault which Grant's Admmistration Ims*ver j th -v will be able to iic'-o nm da*e 100 ; rhey ed to prove the fact that it tr»a veritable & ml : .-<•», proseimied »heir search tor their lust nterly armed the Court Fool be a more appro
priate simile ?
S. DUNLAP. OF TUTS PLACE, JIAS A
receive«!, and the Eastern press,-Ridi«?i! as will nls> have room for 100 second da«« nnd and being tested by some of th« ’»mill's «»I friends.— Plaindealer.
400 «»eeratte pn«senger«. They will sail from ,,...
"“‘-hearing trees, cunsisHnr ofCli«
well as Democrat!«,—regard u ns near y n
nui. Black Walnut. Butternut and 11 ckory, t r
M at -D ay P arty .—Mr. L. IL»rne, of the
A nother R adical O f H cer I mpeached .—
B-« nie'ii on the 7th of evorv llllttlllt,
ties in the Sentinel, at tlm time of im diaoov-
en<*' Thv*8 tre*“re of
death blow to Gram * Lo, es oí re oumii.a-
j nuthampton on the IO'h. whence they ex erv. gave it ns “»ntbrttvite oval °f a go»d One Gillespie, State Auditor of Nebraska, (J. 8. Hotel, advertises, to-day, a party to be IplVih “
I peci to arrive at Aspinwall oo tbo 25 th.
given at bis Hall, May 1st Tickets, S3.
has been i a pt ached.
JaekronvUle. April 7th, 1871.
Notice to Cattle Raisers.
Fruit Trees For Sale.