The Democratic times. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1871-1907, April 22, 1871, Image 2

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    Jackson County Agricultural Society. I
—
Graut lor Emperor iu 1812
I I
The Defunct “Heathen Chinee.
expression of grim determination imprinted
in his classic countenance. While the com-
positors, “who had dropped their sticks in
amazement,” were considering whether they
should not put his head in ft bucket of
water to relieve him, he seized n pen nnd
got the following through him. We don't
vouch for the originality of the production,
tion, for we have a faint recollection of seeing
it before :
T he R ailroad . —The Alta California, io
an article oo the “Industrial Condition of the
State,” mentions the fact of 400 Chinamen
having arrived at Gilroy to work on the
Southern Pacific Railroad, which Chinamen
have been heretofore working on the Califor­
nia and Oregon Railroad. The Alta snys,
according to a map in the new Oakland pam­
phlet, the California and Oregon Railroad
will follow up the valley of Pit River, turn­
ing northward near Shasta, and passing one
hundred miles eastward of Yreka. We hard­
ly believe this is true, as the route haa been
surveyed northward of Shasta, and continues
up the Sacramento river to this vicinity, and
no regular survey has been made up the Pit
River to the Oregon line. No doubt the
company might prefer to go that route, if
they could get a new franchise, and were not
afraid of the California Pacific taking up the
old franchise they would forfeit.— Yreka Jour­
nal.
As a good deal of speculation has bee» in
The Ku-KIux Investigating Committee
Last Saturday this society was duly organ­ iI
dulged
with iegard to the recent murder uf
ized by the adaption of u C> Mst**tutiuD at.d By» summoned before them a certain Rev. J. B.
Smith, a New Jersey man, teaching a colored une uf our most respected celestial feliow
E. D. FOUDRAY,......... ..Business Ageut. Lans, ana the election of officers. The « b
school in Raleigh, North Carolina, f.»r the ci.izens, we take great pleasure in laying be
jcd of tl»’i3 Society is, us the Preamble to the
foie our renders verbatim, ct liteiatim, et
Constitution states, for "the purpose of nia'n- edu*atioii of teavheis, think'ng that from Lis
position, bis evidence would be damaging to spclatim. et punctuatim, Hie lucid and elabur
taining Fuir Grourds in Jack*, n County, and
his own race; but tlieir anticipations Lave; j ute report of the inquest held upon the de unci
other kinds of stocks.” Wv hope to set-gen
The History of Senate Joint Resolution end interest manifested in the success of thi been sudiy disappointed, ns lie gave a plain . j bv tiie learned Coroner ol «Jack-on county, Dr.
"The nox was lit by lux of Luna,
stmighi-forwaid, candid s a’ement of facts ns Ganung. The Coroner’s minute and scientif
No. 11, Designating the Company which
society by our citixens ; and d< nl>t not but
And ’twas a nox most opportuinv
should receive the Graut to Construct
iliev red y existed ; declaring that from bis tc rep .rt completely clears up the mystery
that with proper efforts, next Fall we can
To catch a possum or a coona.
the O. B. P. R. R.
surrounding
the
occurrence,
and
w
ec<
uinienii
own knowledge no such an organ Zation as
hold a Comity Fair at which may be exhib
the Ku-KIux existed in the ¡Slate; that the it to his • fficia! brethren throughout the Stan- For nox lay scattered o'er this inundus—
ited not only stock, but agricultural, minerai
A shallow nox ct non profundus.
We puLFshed the resolution in full some
.'Oir.igt s c miniitivd were independent of any as u model report. If we might be permit
and other produe.s. This county can clml
On sic a nox, with cants unns,
weeks since. Below we give the history of
political organization ; that the only political ted to observe, however, there is one omission
Two
boys went out to hunt for coonas.
tenge competition with any portion of Oregon
the resolution in both Houses as a commen­
organization lie knew uf was the Union the Coroner made ; vve are not eutiielv satis­ The corpus <»f this bonus canis
tary on Mr. Sinter’s bill. The vote in the in die production of the ceieuls, nnd in such Leactie. In the course uf his testimony bc- fied how that “Chinee” 1. st his teeth. We (lout
Was fall as long as octo spun is ;
Senate on the passage of the Resolution stood fruits as apples, pears, &e., and we excel iOte the Committee, he stated the declarations know exactly whether he was born without
But brevior legs had canis never
Northern Oregon in grapes, peaches, plums. of Goy. Ho.den made in a conversation to
thus :
teeth, Lal l.»st his teeth from old age, or Ita
Qnatn had hie dog—bonus, clever—
Jtc., and equal the most favored portions ol him und others, which gives u high coloring'
Some
used t > sav, in stultum jocatn,
swa
1
ivved
them
in
consequence
of
the
blow
in
­
Yeas— Messrs. Baldwin, Brown of Baker ;
California in these fruits. It is n well known
Quod
a
field was too small locum
to the loyalty of North Carolina's quondam flict'd. With this exception, the report does
Brown of Marion ; Crawford, Hendershott.
fact that the h ifSes taken from this county to Governor, which is thus detailed :
For
sea
dog to make a turnus
great honor to its author. Indeed, it must
Ilol.'Claw, Lieuallen, Moores, Mosher, Pow I
our Stale Fair by Messis. W. C ruz Myei
E xamination .—On Thursday John Blattner
Circutn
self
from stem to sternus.”
Then he said to me, or rather to us all, be a pleasure to get one’s self killed if posthu­
ell, Stout, Trevitt, Watts and William—14. i
atid Judge Tolman, anl others, have borne
P. S. Our devil is convalescent ; have not was taken before Judge Shipley for examina­
"Now. if the Government does not send these mous honors of this kind are the result:
Nays— Messrs. Cochran, Hoult and Thomp­
. fl' the blue ribb >n invariably. In fact, il troops, I shall arm the Coi ned people. I can
heard
from the other party yer.
tion as to bis sanity. Drs. Davis and Belk
Bunkum Jacksuti County Oregon April
son—3. Not voting, Mr. President—1.
I we omit Pathfinder and Jack Miner, there control by my word 80,000 men. I can go to llih 1871
made the medical examination, but failed to^
Absent—Messrs. Burch, Cornelius, on
I mmense L and S ale .—The Shasta Courier
no
horses
tn
the
State
can
compete
with
the convention that is to meet here next week,
Official Report to Commissioners of Coro learns through private sources, which it con­ agree in their conclusions ; so the Court is
leave ; Pershbaker ( >u leave) and Patter are
i the horses Ja-kson county can put into the (a Republican convent.on), and control t! cm tiers Inquest held nt the above place in
hun<r and don't koow whether the mania,
son—4.
siders reliable that the California and Oregon !
field.
J»y a word.” I r< marked at the same time, aforesaid Co., on the body of a Chinaman railroad company have sold tlieir land grant ¡crazy or not.
Ou the 27 Sept, the resolution went to thé
Under the auspices of a well organized ■•That is dangerous power—very «l.ingcrous found un the road
to the Oregon and European land company,
House, when Mr. Whiteaker moved to lay it
P. J. Evan’s wood house fell with a trr-*-
Agricultural Society all manner ot farm pro [lower to be in the hands «f oi.e mm.” He I
I
AIT
I
’
-Y.
l
’
t.is
giant
includes
twenty
alternate
sections
on the table ; L >ckhart, of Coos unJ Curry,
mendous crash Thursday nfternoon, nnd cre ­
: ducts, as well as the • vicld of the mines, und then sa d to me, in the presence of these gen
Twenty Four hours after it vvt.s found— I per mile. In case pre-emption or mineral ated considerable excitement for a time. Lit­
moved to amend by making the resolution
; the stock raised in this valley, can be exhib ilt-men, ‘‘What is to binder the Ku Klux !
nativity Qhina a. Twenty (28) Eight Years, claims weie located on any
„ of the odd I sec-' tle children were in the habit of playing
the special order for 2 p . m . On the £9.h
i.ed to the very be.-t advantage. A diploma I from taking you, Dr. Smith? Are you not Status horn'tiis c Tporalis—Strong musculur
i lions at the time tlu graut was. made, the about the house, nnd it was feared some off
the resolution was called up by Lockhart, awarded by .-uch an A-s ciation to hones ori
afraid
?
”
“
Not
at
all,
said
1.
Said
he,
and
fleshy
more
than
n
»rm<»ly
supplied
with
j compiuy were accorded
...................
the right to make up I them might Le found in the mass. Happily,
when Whiteaker moved to substitute II. J. I eattU wiH enhance their value in distam!..
There
is
nothing
to
hinder
them
from
tak
t
it
or
is
1
would
have
said
oidtnarily
n,l(l the loss by floating Lack on unclaimed odd however, none of the little ones were about
R No 15 introduced by himself, “Instructing markets, an i in vaim.us wavs subserve tin-!■
our Senators, and requesting our lieptesenta- prosperity of the eoumy. We hope tosec ihe| mg y u or any other Radical.” Weil, then s > infrt q ten’. R gor mortis, Strong and sections of government land. It is under when the crash came.
tires to use their influence to secure a grant farmers of Jackson county take Lo d ol this he went on io siv that for his own part, in re-istant. A tolencu which caused his death „mod that ex’Cotninissioner Jos. Wilson, is
P reparing .—We notice this week tint
(the chief manager of the Oregon and Euro-
of land to aid in the construction of a rail­ institut.o.i in good «artiest, and on the 1st o. | his opinion, General Grant would hold the 1E> ¡lent
seuti > cadaveris
i pean hind company, w hich is composed ol ! Cronemiller is turning out of his shop, newly
road leading from McMinnville, the terminus May come in goodly numbeis ami j >in tin ; G vernment of (he L nited States no matter
Head. Scalp inverted by circular occipito i Etstcrn and European capitalists. The Land ironed “prarie schooners” for the Crescent.
of the branch of the Portland and A*toriu Association. A permanent organizatiun can, what the elec’ion was in 1872 ; that he de
Railroad, up the Willamette river to Eugene then take ) lice, and th* preliminary sieps be -ired him to be Emperor, und his s.m to sue Sub templar incission, which revealed a large Company « btuined the lands at government City road. If the present wearlier holds,
Sanguiniotts Extravisntion, of integuments rate«, and it is reported they have agreed to 'tho mail will s >nn !>e opened.
City ; thence continuing in a southeasterly taken towurls getting nt« a fair tn the F..li. 1 reed him as Emperor.
Í
Bv ti.e Chairman :
covering
os occipito Temporalis. The right I« an the Railroad Company a largo sum of
direction on the "Middle Fork HouteJ'tn n
O
MARRIED
Question
—
That
is,
that
be,
Governor
IIol
i.s
Temporalis
was in a state of cortuscd money at a low rate of interent. According’
T
he
Vancouver
ile<jisler
cmue
h
bark
nt
junction with the Central Pacific Railnal at
communicated fractures. Superior, and in­ j to this, it is a sure thing about tho railroad {
some proper point in the basin of the Hum the Herald and raisctli l cm * v.-r's h. ir thu-lv:
• 'leu, w islied it ?
.SOLOMON—BARUCH—la .San Francisco, April
Answer—That he, Governor Holden, wish ferior Maxil'te, were minus o f lech, and c uning along the original frandiise through! 20th, 1871, Mr. Louis Nolomon, of this place,
Saturday evening's mai. brought to us th.
boldt in the State of Nevada.’’ Apperson,
sockets—Canine foS-OJ— levator unguliuis— Shasta Valley to the Oregon line.— 1 'reka: to Miss A. Baruch, of Nan Francisco.
of Clackamas, raised a point of order, that a Vancouver R egister , c »ntaining a tour cot i ed it.
ttuin p >e»n by M.,j ir E.u.cii G'-u.us Adam.-,
By Mr. Batard :
fossa). Mv'tiformis, an 1 depressor ala? n .»si Journal.
II. J. R. could not be substituted for a S. J. R., and tiie Chicago hremntj Mail vmtamiiig a
i
Question
—
Were
the
80,000
men
of
the
which the Chair decided well taken. White­ lengthy poem t>y Ge -rge l iam-is Train, will
were iu a state of pulverulent distruclion.
The trial of Mis. Fair iu San Francisco for
No exit discovered of bail or pick —
aker then moved to lav the whole subject on ten in the Chicago Jail. Now b oh of torsi- , league ?
the
murder of A. P. Crittenden Inst Novcm
A' 8wer—I understood him lo mean tin
The above i.s a true exhibit by L. Ganungi
the table, upon which the yeas and nays were coming simuitanC msly is "to» much lor il.e
her, is drawing to a close. Crmpbell made
brain.” Enoch G. and George Francis
Coroner. Jack. co.
demanded by Whalley, of Multnomah, and should have a little pity oil their ielluW-ni.m. colored Voters of ¡lie Sl..te.
die opening speech for the pr i-cuti :i on
Q lesiion — Do you undeistand that the col-
An Inqnistiot) on a Case of Ilomic'de at |
Lockhart, with the following result :
especially in the Spring id’ the year, wtieti
| ureJ Vote of the S,a e is generally b >uml Bunkum County of Jaeks .u State of Oreg hi I Saturday Irsr. it fills one whole t age of the
Yeas—Alexander, Amis, Clark, Comegys, everyone ieels debilttati <1. mid m.ikc arran. «•
i
S. F. Bullelin, and part of another, and is
loo«:tlier l»v this I uiun Leuuue ?
A pr 11 th 1ST 1
To Be Given By The
Calloway, Carlisle, Dorris, Da Sbcile, Elkins, meats to alternate; «athsrwise tiie puli cor,
one of the finest specimens of forensic e'o
sanitary oiScers w.il be compelled shortly to' Answer—I «io.
(
Witnesses
s
vorn
Fulton, fcrant, Helm, Hunter, McCiain, Me interfere.— Herald.
tpience and logic ever printed. Cook, Mrs.
Question—In your connection with t'.« ‘
Coy, Munkers, Olnev, Ostrander, Porter, Sav­
We know your “braia” is weak. Every- colored men, as members of y< ur instituii< u:
( all Chinamen.
Fair's leading c unsel, is sick, and unable to
age, Thompson and Whiteaker—22.
bony knows it. A man that I.as received
attend
st the C nirt r iom. Judge Quint, a»-
1
WITNESS
and as ineinb uS nf the bo:!d i g as-ociat i<>n. '
—AT THE—
Nays— Messrs. Apperson, Burnett, Cald­ such a drubbing from p l.ti al fi ivids must did any one of them evt r complain to y ou <>i i Ma Y ung Says lie toun i
•« iviate c"iin*cl for the defence, will replv to
feel ‘‘guslingly.’'
Another k.ck
I
well, Drain, Davenport, Dunbar, Earhart, operate as an a posteriori argument to
Camnb'di.
ampb,,li. The' defence is the fashionable
die wrongs dote to lheir race by the Ku Apr 10, Four o'clock 1’. M.
Hutchinson, Harrison, Llului in, Hare, Hus­ v.itt up. “Debiiiuitr.t''—ta^e somei
S .id day
umbiig—‘‘t'lib« ornil insanity”—-where die
Kiux ?
sey, Lockhart, Loughlin, Mills, O Regan, your ohl diet wutrddo v<u good, sat
!
i
murderer of murderess may be perfectly
Toe
name
of
Deceased
given
in
bis
own
Answer—No, sir; I have not heard of any
ptj'lding tor a block¡¡ .ul a lulD train <»
Paquet, Quimby, Rader, Starkweather,
language Clin Oing—Alias Wing Shotig i iiC'd a lmunent pri ¡r nod a moment SU Esc
-*» perhaps, a lilile “anguiDlitni sv. it!.I
wrong in the c. imiy of V» .«ke.
Wells, Whalley, and Mr. Speaker—23. So you feel more ¡>lea<atit, and imt s«» cit
—ON THE—
inis witness ot their own packing open* that he was ol 128) Twenty E.gltl 1 cars «4 5 'pt mt to tlie commission of a crime, a:.d a»
i
Whiteaker's motion was list.
f You are b mud to t ike water, it you
u). a state "I tacts, ilm-:rating *.i>e ¿»inbitiuus age dial lie cime from Dilina lie is a p.iitntr eraZ.’ as u bed bug while in the ad of its
Evening of May 12th, 1811.
in a mining Cl.ime near which deceased w i.» ' c'tnmi-sion. The dodge has been quite sue
The resolution then went over to Sept. 3J, vere, Mr. Pe no w here. i he
motives
of
melt
*ho
would
do
it
they
would
take eare of you. — ¡mt some
when Hare, of Washington, offered thi fol­ remove y m < n a shovel v. ¡tit
d .re. On, the dear old flag’ ll-.w much 1 nind and also that Le is a rciitive of De- L-cssful ia a number of Arne can catise.i celc-
SECOND ANNIVERSARY BALL OF
ceas d 1st Cousin
lowing amendment : “Add at the en I of the — Yaiicouver Ttegistir.
i/»re.?, as the S:c«' i*s. Cole, and McFurhuiC k Oregonian-Pociihontns
numbuggery is committed in tlty tume !
Tril.c*No. 1. Improved
wiil
l>e
stie-
resolution, ‘and that our Senators and Rep­
|
cases,
and
the
pi
ol»
ibi
!i:
at
e
¡Order
Red
Men,
vvi'l
l>e
riven
at Ilurnc's Ila!!.
’We learn they take one of the Herald t io
•Jevksunvi;!e. Oregon, on the evening of Friday,
2
WITNESS
1'iir.
If
th
s
•essftil
in
the
case
of
Mrs.
resentatives be also instructed to procure an home on a dray eviry night ab u; twelve Surveyor’s Deport of Ditch Survey.
'lay !2:!i, 1871. The public arc cordially invited
Yonng Depuseth Hdf af.er two 4 dge fails, the maudlin Hiti) itiiy for her sex to attend.
amendment of the Act passed April, 1870, o’clock ; they don’t Lave I » use a shove. f««r
giving lands to aid in the construction uf a him yet.
• Beginning at a point-on the bead u;’ K-rr'i» o'clock they Three Slrrted t<>_< t ter from will proliably enable her to ts> •ape what she
COMMITTEE or ARRANGEMENTS :
railroad from Portland to Astoria aud Mc­
guich, about 50 feet above the present work" Union Town Sone friends (to iiumbei ¡ if S’ i iclilv deserves—“a l.ttle judica'ii* hang-
Agricultural Society.
T
i
!«•••)
went
with
(De«e>s-d.)
bun
Walked
Minnville, so as to extend said grant from
J.
R.
Wade,
Henry l’ape,
E. B. Wat.‘on,
,el ciaitls, or 90 icet Leiuw the lJiowi.
slow
no
Mid
noquirrel
—
Deceased
tell
b
.ck
P.
D.
Parlons,
J.
H.
Hyzcr.
the Yamhill river, at or near McMinnville,
¡ditch, and ruunitig around the punt uf the
P
eriodicals
R
eceive
».
—
lhe
Phrcno'.otji
adjournel
tneeiing
of
the
J
.cks
m
an
At
to a punt at or near liugeue City, so as to
¡iilK and across Griffin's creek to the puim ■until out of sight
cal Journal tor April lays oil our tabic. 1
C
funtv
Agricultural
Society,
h>
l.l
at
the
reception committee :
Won Young
intersect the Oregon and California Rail­
| between Colman's aud Wagner cree.i—10
is fiiie l witli ch nee leading matter as usual.
Court
Ilou-e
Saturday,
April
laili,
1871,
the
Jacob Isb,
1). Cronemiller.
S. I’lymale,
31 W itness S worn
road.” Whiteaker withdrew Lis amendment
mile», 11 chains, with agtaie ol 5 led t<
E lited and published by Samuel 11. Wells.
meeting
was
called
to
older
Ly
J.is.
I>,
Fay.
W.
A.
Owen.
Wo
Yong
bays
tiny
saw
no
In
lians
they
and the auieuument uf H..re was adopted.
mi e—ru'sed 50 ieet, 8 inches; 23A
389 Broadway, N. Y. Terms, $3 00 p. r
President, and E. D. l’.md ay was uj > j » ii.ted i'tie
Dorris uf Lane moved to strike out “any
lui ■ » ’es, to a p >int above the mouth ol the Asti had no inisiiu lerstanding or quarrel know e- annum.
fi . o^n managers :
Sec’v, Pro. Tern. Tite-cmumittees tip.» tinted j
and ulT’ in the niuth line, aufl insert “the.”
land ducit, the grade ul our ducii being iiothing about caU-e of his (deceased) death
at the previous meeting on the perniali« nt
The
Xcic
Yak
Ob
ercer,
Year
Book
and
F.
D.
Foudrny,
W. H. McDaniels, A. P. Owen,
(WorJs <»f similar import but not the same
and add to the resolution ths words “ulso be
Almanac
tor
1871,
c.m
ams
Cr.il,
Cominer-
orgauizali rt reported permanent « flic. I 8 of 98 het above that ol the Ashlund.
J.
W.
Manning,
J. Cimborski.
instructed to use their influence in procuring
Ttie A»ld.utd creeK ditch has a gtnde oi as that «>f interpreter)
eml, E t. l.-sia-tical, E«iucational, Agricultural
the society as follows :
4 W itness ca ’ led A S worn
donation--, grants and subsidies to the Oregon
23A .eet to the m.le, and will cross the 1.tu­
TICKETS, -
- f3 OC.
Pie.-i
lents.
Preside it, James D. Fay ; V.ce
S at d the same in Substance lie owned and Miscellaneous statistics. Price SI 00.
Bruuch Pacific Railroad Company, or any
|<4 «.ur d.tcii about opposite or back oi Ash
A writ 22. 1871.
Sidney E. Morse, Jr., & Co., 37 Park Row,
I John E. R >ss ; James C. Tulin tn; S< ere­
apr22-td.
other compauy or companies, to build a rail­
laml ; 32 miles to the head of Ashland ditch, an mlj utiing claim and that they were al New York.
i
tary, il.
II. K. II
Hanna
anna ; Ticusuter,
Tic.isuier, Henry
road from at or near the north bend of the
wine.» 1.» 8i fret above our ditch grade; 41 peace at that place V'Z. Bunkum At. ('. No
Pape. Trustees and Finance Committee—J
We aekuowlego the receipt of tho Annual
thing eliciiM'l even a (suspicion of the Person
Humboldt, through the shortest and most
N. T,
T. Miller, James A. C.«rdw<l , John S. miles to a point hack uf or opposite Pa«. who commi’ted the murder
Report
of the Portland Library Association
feasible route, to the head uf the Willamette
Duiiii's, and 205 feet above the bed of Bea
Herrin, John O. Brien, J. P. Walker, C. C.
«Testimony so Erelivent that Jury acted from tor 1871 It comes pretty late, but is accept­
U, S. L and O ffice , R osfbvrg , )
creek, at the bridge at Dutiti's , 50 miles to Circuiustuuecl and ubservutional data ...
Valley.”
O gn ., April 3d, 1870. J
McClendon, M. II. Coleman. Jacob Ish, Hen­
able
nevertheless.
The question being upon the a loption of ry Brown, W. C. Myer, Conrad Mit'«;!«, J. Bear creek nt the Hill place—this point being
C
COMPLAINT
HAVING
BEEN ENTERED
V irdict .
this
Office
by
David
Keenan
and J. W.
250
feet
higher
than
our
starting
point,
giving
T he W katiier is tnagnifieeut. Roads are
this amendment, the yeas and nays were de­ ! B. Wrisley.
We the Jmy find that the Deceased Came
I Mi Itr. against JamciJJn.wn for abandoning his-
5 feet to the mile grade; 58 miles to Emi­ to his death by a Viol, nt blow on his niuutli getting in splendid order ; and everything I Homestead Entry, /No. 8l374ated May 27, 1868,
manded by Hare, and Helm of Linn, with
The C'mniittee on C institution ami By
upon the Lot No./fi, Section 18, Township 38 8^
the following ■ e-ult : Yeas, Messrs. Dorris, Liws reported, and report adopted. On mo grant creek near Colwell's.
wliTcbv his front teeth «nd the unteror Su generally is lovely in this part of the moral i Kange 1 \V. in Jaqaaon County, Ogn., with a view
'1 he line of the ditch extending toward.» perior and inferior Sockets i t the Jaws weie heritage. The hillsides aie el >tlied in green;
Olney, Porter and Whittaker, 4; nays, ■ ti m a committee of three, consisting < f J. N. T.
to the cancellation of said entry : the said partiea
•Jackson
creek*would inter.»ect the lower pari broken That the Said deceased was 28 the peach trees in blossom and the leaves are are hereby sammonrd to appear at thia Office on
Messrs. Alexander, Amis, Appersen, Bur I Miller, S. Plymale and James P. McDaniel*,
the 20th day of Muy, 1S71, at I o’clock P. M., to
of Farmer's Flat. The size necessary L
nett, Caldwell, Clark, Cemegvs Calloway, weie appointed to have the Rules and Kegtt
Yearn old f'^n china Found on his body beginning to untold on the trees and shrub respond and furnish testimony concerning said al­
carry the amount of water that could bo Itaii
Carlisle, Dunn. Devenport, Dunb>r, Da lations governing this S >eietv priot«d.
eight (8. 87) 109) Dollars eighty seven and uery. Tho frogs lift up their melodious leged aban Jouuient.
U w. R. W illin , Register.
Sbeile, Elkins, Fulton. Grant, Helm. Hussey.
tn iy I e estimated at nb >ut six feet wide m
a half cents in Gold” Dust and silver coin und voices, and the graceful bovines p'ayfullv
On m »tion. the meeting adj >urned to tin
L inger H erman , Receiver.
Lockhart, Loughlm, McClain. McC<>v. Mun
switch tlieir tails and gambol bawling on the
il.e ti>p, three feet at the bottom, and three
April 22d, 1871.
Apr22-w4
we find no clue io the person or persons who hillside«. AH animate nnd inanimate un
kers, Mills. Ostraf der, O Regan, Paqnet, ; first day of May.
ieet
deep.
It
is more than probable tliui
Quimby, Rader. Starkweather, Savage,
coinmiiteil the duel nor the instiument us«d ture proclaim the advent of Spring.
E. D. F. udrat . Se.i’y. Pro Tern.
sufficient water for all practical purposes may
Thompson, Wells, Whalley. Waldon mid »
I to effect his dcnili
I
.
So Dorris’ amendment
Judge Thayer, of the Second District, re­
Mr. Speaker, 42.
W
e W ould L ike to I nquire .—By what <>e obitnned for four or five months in tin
«Friends Volunteer to B. corps and defrey Ex­
i
was lust.
cently
adjourned the Benton County Circuit
r
from
the
various
large
feeders
along
tin
penses
of
interment.
authority the State Printer publishes the tie
Mr. Alexander offered an immaterial
he undersigned have establish -
iue uf this diicii, without having recourse t>
1 hereby certify that the above is correct Court to enable the farmers and jurors in nt
amendment which was lost, 18 yeas to 28 ceptanee of the Trustees of Corvallis Colleg«
ed a Real Estate Agency in cuunectiun with
tendance
to
put
in
their
crops.
This
was
among
the
l«ws
of
this
Slate,
passed
at
th«
either
Emigrant
or
Keen
’
s
creek,
bui
tliesi
m the best of my knowh dge nnd belief
tlieir Law Office, ami are prepared to bur and sell
nays; whereupon the question came up on
lone
at
the
joint
request
of
the
members
of
count<es. Records,
L. Gunung M. D.
the resolution as amended by Hare. Tiie session of 1870? Is this ncceptiiic« uf do .ailing, the streams last mentioned muy b<
the Bar, officers of the Court, and witnesses real estate in this ami adjoining
title prepared with dis-,
vote stood 44 yeas, naja 1 (Mr. Dorris.) Trustees of a College a law ? We wutihl iik< aided, which wi.l iu.'Ure a good supply l«»i
•Private opinion not in evidence cause of—Sus­ and jurors. The farmers in Web foot are searched and abstracts
patch and accuracy. Parties at a distance can,
We Lave given the lull lii.-tory of this reso­ to inquire also why the amend incuts to Cluip *ix ur seven months. The waters of Kueii’r picion ot Wa Young
not so fortunate ns our Jackson county far­ communicate with us bv nddressin-
ter
15
of
the
C.vil
C«>d
‘
,
poltlii'iF
l
<>n
pag
lution in or<)er to show that every proposition
1 also ginte that we could not evoke from mers are.
FAY A REA,
•irek may be made to reach that ol Emigrant
made by the friends of the Pengra Co., Dor 45 of the Session Laws <>f 1873, »» «liipli<,»ite«l
witne>a
especially
Wo
Y>
ung
who
was
a
part
­
Jacksonville, Oregon.
April 22, 1871.
res and Whiteaker, were voted down prompt­ ns section 12 of the iiniendineiits of the C« m I creek by a d ch, which will not exceed eight ner of Dccea-ed in a mining claim and is re­ We learn from Mr. Applegate that the O.
apj22-tf.
on p«ge3fl? Is this d >ne tlmt the Sr»»<
ly, showing clearly, that the Legislature did Printer may increase his fea*t "f fat tiling», mles iu length. There is no doubt but Him
&
C.
R.
R.
will
ba
pushed
through
energeti
sponsible to Jackson county for the nbove ex-
nut intend to ask Congress to give this com
<>r is it the resul: of gr >«3 negligence? D eF lie ditch, ns set forth alarve, is practicable. nenees incured to sdd county nnd that he is '•nllv from Albany. The mad is already
pany the subsidy, yet, this is just what Mr.
the State have to pay the Printer f«»r the-« I'i>e soil nl'itig the line, as a general thing, u>
Corbett and Mr. Slater’s bil's b »th conteni; duplicates ami this uuneeessirv publishing? i yeliovv clay, <>r l< am—nmaily the former— the guilty party. Evidenced by his obstinate C'mp’eted a*« far an Calnpooia creek, Linn
'•oimty, nnd the bridge over that stream is in
plate. We are at a h>ss to imagine tie
If so. is not this a species ol very petty v t L Very In tie rock, an I is highly favurabl« md nervous inaner and intimidation stand process of erection. The road will be com
reason which induced Mr. Slater to adopt
r Imi ding h go"«l, aulistuntml ditelt. Tak» ini; aloof Iri.in subject and his reluctance to
iiilo gasman takes this meiiiod
fileted ns far ns Oakland at any rate before
the course he has. We should not complain swindling? We pause for a reply.
ng in n cm-iderutinn the luv.Table groumi
ol informing his friends, and the publie gen­
the rainy season sets in.
■»
if he bad inserted a provision in his bill
erally, tLat he has opened a Meat Market on Cali­
The Mountain Democrat say« it large moot iruVeiBcG bv this ditch, 1he litth* fluming, re- answer q teslion propounded it. C. I arns.it-
compelling the company receiving the grant,-
fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel*
quire«!, and its accessibility ar all poiiit*. it tig!' cd t mt Chinam not Indians were the
The readers of the Herald will not thnnk where may be found at all times the best of—
to complete the road to thia valley before ing wa< held at Lu Grande on the 5th, to ox s liebeve«! the total cst per mile will not ex p met raters of th- foul murder The Deceas-
the Plaindealer for constituting itself a detec
receiving the full benefit of the grant, so as press sympathy with the people of «»the
ed $700. Tlie’wh«»le cost will not Vary t o
to udTord this people some guarantee that the localities in their efforts t*> obtain L''gi»lativ«- Toni $42.000. All uf which is respectfully »<1 lef an interest in a placer mining claim ive and catching the Herald stealing edito­
BEEF,
which I suppose would repay the county the rials. The stolen article was infinitely better
road xyould not be built over the Cascade aid in the const t n-rimi uf a railroad from ■m bn. i t ted.
(Fresh A Corned)
the navi
jpountqios; but as the bill stands, it permits same point on the N. P. R R-
ibive expence which could be collected wiih than any genuine nrticle seen in its columns,
J.
S.
HOWARD.
them to do as they please ; n»>4 he has spen gable waters of the C dttmbin. llmi. J .mo>
W. J. PLY MALE.
little trouble and advise an order to that ef­ and the Plaindealer should have let the or­
fit to do juet the contrary of what he was Hendershott was elected Cmii'iitan ami E S
fect—Submitted to cort most humbly by gan goon stealing for the benefit of its un­
requested to do. It is highly probable that McComas Se reta y. A series of resolutions
fortunate readers.
W
hat ' s U p ?—Tue Herald, Fay’s personal
L. Ganung coroner for co.
if Mr. Spater.neeks the suffrages of the people were adapted, emboilring the sentiments ol organ, has nut bad a word to say ab mt Irm
of Southern Oregon again, they will require the meeting. The Herold does ti'-t appear fur several d «ys. Why, what’s tlm matter? •P. S. Tho sum Total the of county oxpence—
To be A rrested . —Complaint has been
to have killed HendershotI in Un on county.
great deal of explanation nt hie hands.
ithe
Cinamen
agree
to
pay
to
cuuuty
15th
in
st
L
made
before Justice Wade against Lui
lias the Herald sp .ken the truth for once mi'! G.nung.”
Sluing,
charging him with the murder of the
A wkward S urgery .—While Dr. Dav s <0 eathed its ponderous “claymore of persona
“W ay « that a ^ e park and tricks that are
T
here now I Everybody understands pre Chinaman found dead on Applegate last
warfare.
”
or
has
it
surrendered
hat
terrib.e
V aî M.” __ We infer from what the Plaindealer was dissecting the dead Chinamen's head yes weapon ?
cis‘ly what killed that “Chinee,” nnd who week.
say« that since the Herald Im« put up its terdiv, Dr. Gaming graspeil the defunei’s
■lid it. Our devil, niter a careful peru-al of
formidable “claymore” t<> ru«t it has taken queue, and liteiftlly jerked the top of his
T he b dy of Judge Fori, who committed
C hange . —Mr. Horne has concluded
hand
off.
spilling
the
brain
on
the
gronnd.
the report, commenced prancing around the
to stealing editorials from the N. Y. lunes.
suicide
bv
drowning
i
i
the
Columh
a
river,
waive
his Mnv-Dav Ball, nnd eive way to the
SAUSAGES, Ac., Ac.
Well. Heinz and stealing are very closely a'- We have heard tha express <>n “j*rk ti e top last December, has bevD recovered aud inter­ office with It s eye balls in “a tiDe ftinzy Red Men. The Sons of St. Tammany will
of
his
head
off,
”
but
Merer
saw
it
pruclic
t.Jy
,
ilied, and the Herald is fully up Xo lue m >rk
rolling;” brow« knitted; teeth set; and an have a war dance on the 12th pxax.
red at V’aucuuver.
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
illustrated till yesterday.
Ju tho fornitr ao^uiDplUhwçpte
SATURDAY MORBINO, APRIL 22, 1871.
litui, Co-Poi).
IMP'D ORDER OF RED MEN
NOTICE
Jut
T
of
NEW MEAT MARKET !
T
A-
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