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I how he can explain away his omission to so
guard tl-e rights of the people of Southern
Oregon, as to compel the company designated
io bis bill to build the road into this valley,
mb a condition precedent to recovering the
full benefit of their Ian I -uLsnly. It is n
matter of supreme indifference to the people
of Southern Oregon, as to what particular
company receives the grant. All the peopk
wart is the road They care not who bpil'ls
it, or what profit the contractors derive from
it. The Legislature, appreciating the im
portance of this road to the people of South
el n Oregon, derign.ited a local company ns
tbe corporation which would be nio-i likelv
to luild the r >ad to this valley. But oi'f
A ‘Blawsted Drummer.”
Notes By The Way.
An Oregon Oliver Twist.
By way of rusticating, we took a horse The Portland Herald, like Oliver Twist,
We hope that our citizens will not allow
back ride up the valleyPassing through always has its little dish out, and is “con this important enterprise to fail, sow that its
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 29. 1S71.
Phoenix, its former dilapidated appearance ■ inually asking for more.” The Common practicability has been definitely ascertained.
E- D. FOUDRAY,........ „..Business Agent
>resented some cheering signs of rising Lorn Council of Portland do not seem to have n I he principle objection to the Applegat»
»Im ashes ; as we noticed a commodiou- great deal of respect for our cotemporary, if Ditch project was predicated on tho ground^
u Iding going up and a br ek store repair *e judge by the fol.owing extracts from their that a sufficient quantity of water could not
Citizens of this village to understand that In ng and fitting up. We learned that th»- proceedings ;
be obtained from Little Applegate, and henec
THE “LITIGANT ORGAN” AGAIN.
lUiloing is to be u*ed for a flouring mdl tin
was a superior sort uf a somebody, and ilia
a general unwillingness to ergtigerin the en
Mr. Slater's Railroad Bill
“T. Patterson & Co., publishers of the Ore~ terprise was manifested by the people. But
ier the auspices of Mr. Wymer, who owns
ind lias in operation in the place, one of the gon Herald, submitted a communication no in the case of tl e ditch under consideration
Last week we published th«» bill introduced
heal flouring esiablishment* in the valley ; tifying the Auditor and Clerk, and the Com no such objection can be urged. An ample
by Hon. J. II. Slater on the 13th March, “to
a hose energy and enterprise goes f ir toward- mon Council that the Daily Oregon Herald amount ol water can be obtained by means of
aid in the construction of the Oregon Branch
pipe fi“n- ,,nJ put* on mure airs ihau ne coum <e?ping the.bus ness oi lhe place up. In a whs the litigant organ for Multnomah county, this ditch, to keep the miners of the rich
Pacific Railroad.” A careful examination
if he were the firm itself. Ou toe toad In new store, a stock of goods will be opened and that lhe printing of citv legal notices in placers of Sterlingville, Kerr’s Gulch, Rich
of thia bill will show that it is utterly desti
desired one of tne drivers to drive slowly, -onn by our worthy townsman, Mr. T. G. .that paper would be necessary to comply with Gulch and Jackson creek constantly employ
tuts of any guard for the interests of the Congressman, di regarding the action of the
ed for from five to seven months after the
••b’awsted wools male him deinniiiui iteaines, who promises to accommodate the
people of this section. The company to Legislature, has introduced a bill désignât- us the
Pending a motion to indefinitely postpone natural flow of water in these creeks and
>ublic with good bargains, on the principle
whom this grant is made is the old Pengrn ing un >ther corporation as the re. ipient i f
if “quick sales and small pr< fits.” lhumas consideration of the matter, considerable dis gulches ligj ceased. It requires no very ex
company, which has waged an implacable the grant, and at the same time has failed rep y can be imagined. At one of lhe Sta
well known hnbittj...of fair und square deal cussion wms had.
traordinary penetration to perceive the im
war on our railroad rights for five years, and to iniroduce any provisions in his b ll where tions this fastidious Ttiomp.'-m enquired fo
Mr. Hui spoke rather favorably to comply mense impetus to business of all kinds which
whose every interest is antagonistic to outs. by the const!uction of the road t > this valley a napkin, as lie was “not in the—u'V—habit,
ing with the terms of the communication.
this employment of the miners would give..
This company owns immense bodies uf land can be assuted. We regret most deeply this ye know, of dining—aw—without a Dapkill.'
Mr. Hallock said that this matter had ones We believe the boulder channel of Sterling
lying east of the Cascades ami north of this failure on Mr. Slater’s account, but we re Whereupon the obliging landioia went out.
Sulphur Springs on the roadside, about two been disputed of by the Council, and that it creek cannot be eqnal'ed on tho coast fur the
county, derived from the grants male by grec t still more oil actouut of the people ul and alter a brief consultatiu.i wi'h his wife,
Hides below Ash ..and. Here we found a bath wws a piece of impudence on the part of Pat vaitie of its gold deposit, and the work whiclr
Congress to the Oregon Central Military Road Southern Oregon, whose interests, notwith -lie put down the baby, and piocuied for th.
terson & Co. to send it here again. He then would be done on this creek alone would pay
traveler a three cornered article of infantine bouse and tub, improvised by the kind owner
Company, which road starts from Eugene standing tbe acli >a of the State Legislature,
produced a copy of the proclamation and read, a large interest on the ditch investment. But
sometimes denominated a napkin. or the use uf those visiting, or rather stop
City and terminates, or ought to terminate, are jeopenlizeil, if not utterly Io t, by tin- wear,
showing that the Daily Oregon Herald wa*
if we take into consideration the placers oi
Repre- Theo—well it's no use. Homer described the ping, on the wayside, ns no resort has yet
(for we believe it baa never been completd) action of one of the Senators and the 1*
not the litigant otgiu for Multnomah county,
Kerr’s and Rich Gulch, and Ilolman’s Gulch^
tin.« wrath of
of Achilles, hut twenty iloiuers
at Silver City. The greater number of the •entitive in Congress. We hope that this
and that the law uid not require any legal
Jackson ereek, all of which are exceed
old 0. C. M. R. Co. are stock holders in bill will be so
advertisements to be printed iii»that paper.
of “ this -usied cockney. He cu-sed the country from
ingly rich, and only «wait a supply of waler*
the Pengra Company, and the only object the company designated as the reciuient ; <.f
Wherever it refers to the name of the lingam
yield immensely, the advantages of this■
Pengra Company can have in obtaining this grant, to build the road to this vul
organ, Weekly Oregon Herald is mentioned,
ditch enterprise can readily be seen. If this-
grant is to mase the lauds of the O. C. M. being entitled to the lull benifLs of the sub Pacific, by Stales, Counties, Townships, S»e
and he would ask, How cun we insert our ad ditch is brought in, it will open up an extent
R. Co., now laying useless and valueless, sidy. This will be no more than just. Sen
lie soon became conspicuous ¡¡s a champion of the water, sulphur seems to be the base, i vertisements (which the charter provides of placers fully twenty miles broad and near
profitable by the proximity of a railroad. ator Kelly vv.ll earo f-»r himself hosts of
ami if the alkaline propertise are not tool must be printed in a daily} for ten consecu ly forty miles long, of unequalled value, and;
But a line across the Southern extremity of friends in this section of the Sia’.e, by liaving talkest ; lie talked to everybody until the pen-
tive times in the IVeekly Herald e It was an cause the Halcyon days ot Jackson eounty to-
pie fled from linn as if from a pestilence, lie y-trong, it may serve as a valuable tonic ; bull
the State from the Humboldt to Rogue River lliis just amendment made.
insult to this Board, aud it should be treuted
'talked about everything and everybody, and certainly for bathing purposes, it is truly!
return again. The subject demands the early*
Valley would put into market a compara'ivt ly J A Negro Membsr of Congress Goes Back
when he could not find any adult victim’, he delightful.
and earnest attention of the citizens uf this
email quantity of their lands, the greater
Mr. Drake agreed with Mr. Hallock and
on His Friends.
|cornered a little b >y in the Hotel and gravely
Ashland presents the appearance of a lire,
county, nnd we hope that it will receive the
part of which, and the least vr.lueable, lay s
regarded the proposition very much in the
entered into a theological discussion with neat little
consideration which its importance clearly
farther north, lienee, the evident intention
In the last debite on the Ku-Klux Bill, |(jin So much talking necessarily produced thrift and enterprise on every hand. The light of an attempt to levy black mail upon demands.
of this company in obtaining this grant is to DeLarge, ’he colored member irotn South
many well improved farms and beautiful res the tax payers of this city because the rates
build it as far west as their land lay s, on the Crrolina, in the Course of Ins remarks, which (hirst, and our friend patronized the various
The Civil War in France.
'uloons so. that upon the approach of night idence« along on the road above the town, be of the Herald for advertising ueder tho Liti-
liberal grant made by Congress, and then was highly disparaging tj the bill, Le ut
be thought he would astonish the denizens of speaks the taste and energy of the inhabitants. gant law were absolutely exliorbitnnt.
diverge to the north, build>ng the rest with tered the following ;
Mr. Hill replied that so far as that went he
Jacksonville with specimens of his accom- This is truly a desirable portion of the valley ;
We give a brief summary of French new»,
lhe whole Litigant bill ns a black
“He said he represented a District in which pl sliment in the salutatory art, ns a kind ol the beautiful running streams and wooded
lhe strife between the Communists or Red
A careful examination of this bill will there had been n<» ou rages since reconstruc
supplementary entertainment to those Le had hill slopes that shuts it in closely on both mail affair upon the Stale, but it was a law, Republicans, aud the Asseiublyista or Thiers
show that every provision which might com
tion. He was free to admit that both parties,been giving through the day ; so he “danced sides, blends the beautiful in nature with a ! and be was disposed to obey the laws even party, still rages at Paris. The Thiers
pel this company to build the road to this
though they were obnoxious. He should not party, or as they are also called, the Ver-
were responsible for the present disturbed the d-iiice that David danced,” and several truly romantic aspect.
valley has been carefully excluded, an I that
with Mr. Hallock respecting the mat saillists, havo nearly completed the invest
conc’tion of affairs in South Carolina, lle^o'lier dances which we never saw, nor heard
L'-aving the main stage road just below
they are entitled to the land grant for ten
er of the Daily and JPeeArZy Herald. It the ment of the city, and have demanded its
was thoroughly convinced that some legisia-.of
before, accompanying the same with no (lie Mountain House, a ride ot three miles
miles upon the completion of every such dis
lieraid was not designated then he surrender. The Porte Maillot has been ut
tion is necessary, but this would not be suf - other mu-ic Lut his iiiml (Ims voice. About drew us up at the Soda Springs Hotel, kept
tance from Humboldt on west ; hence, the
should consider that Patterson & Co. had no terly destroyed, as also that splendid monu
ficient unless his Republican friends re n-Ved this time a citizen entered, whn had been by Dr. M. Colwell for a watering resort ami
company can complete the line to Klamath
right in the premises, and still he would be ment of the elder Napoleon’s German vic
the political disabilities, for they could not j paying his devoti ns to the god Bacchus, and wayside hotel. Here we were so struck with
Lake, or its vicinity, and receive patents for
willing to treat the communication consider tories, the Arc de Triumph«. The total
expect those now resting under them to ex- our Thompson immeuin ely seized upon him the immediate refresh ng effects of the spit k-
all the land included in the grant east uf that
li the Council had been wrong in its damage to private property is estimated at
ert themselves to preserve the public peace ns a fit subject upon which to exercise hi- ling and effervescing waters of this rem.irka
point—secure a full and complete tide, and
-tun! on a previous occasion we should be 500,000,000 francs. The atrocities com
when they have nothing to hope for in the;fund of jokes, lie made him dance, Im made hie spring, we concluded to stop a few days—
then turn north to Eugene City, having this
billing to correct the wrong—if right, then mitted by the insurgents, recall tbs terrible
him sicg, Le ma le Irin pet down und arise not that we were “tormentingly unhealthy,”
valley out in the cold. By this means they
let u- he ns ready to vindicate our position.
This evinces an impress of Statesman-hip again ; he informed him that hr one blow hr —but just to keep from getting in that ua As to the principle involved he would not scenes of the first French Revolution, The
will have constructed the road over the easiest
Versaillists are confident of reducing the
Could «qtielch the citizen utterly ; gate him plea-ant fix. These waters are certainly ot
and best portion of the route, and secure the above that of most of the white leaders uf the
Vtl'V i and
A Ul VO AcOJf
Isay and Vanvores,
minute particulars of the manner in which lhe rarest quality ; boiling up through a rock
best land, leaving the very worst portion of Republican party, lie takes a cand d and
Mr. I Mayor suggested that a summary dia t¡ie Heds, are undergoing a perpetunl bunt
the route, that over the Cascades mountains, impartial view of the situation of the section
names, until the other party thought th» .icad, equal in tas'e nod far superior in efieci po-al of the matter might involve the city in bardment Fort Valerien, regarded us the
to be built, and no available land to Luild it he represents, and the causes of the condi'ion
thing was getting too monotonou«, wlmreupoit io any artificial s da fountain ; af'.er drink a law suit, and lie was favorable lo laving the strongest fortification around the city, is held
with. This is simply tantamount (o swin of affairs South. And from his o wn ii.d.vid
by Thiers. 500,000,000 francs being the
he gently drew a tremendo i« Arkansas too h :iig a lew diuits one becomes quite fond ul comniunicati.iri ou the table.
dling the farmers and miners, and people
installment of the German indemnity
¡pick, und held the same be:wen his knee.-. .t and craves it as the must favorite bcVei-
generally, not only of R gue River Valley, sentiment to bis white fellow citizens than
hi (with a p) gave one start'-d lank age«. W e learn that it has proved as near a life of him see how the city could become in- |lil8 been paid by Thiers, i, and - the
but of Southern Oregon, out of an important his white Radical coadjutors; which is
v 1 vt-d in a law i suit respecting this matter. jluve commenced evacuating the places held
;at the carving knile, and went. He “did ipanacea for disease as any in-neral w ate:
public benefit in order to enrich a few grasp deed a commentary on kind favoring kind.
I’atteiSill X’ Co. de.iberately
........... tbi* j l,y them around Paris. They will retire to
n >t stand on the order of hi.« going, but went eVer found.
ing land monopolism ; for no sane man imag
We feel assured that the d «bilitated would I rinting. it is true, but they cunnot sue us Hlieims. Gen. Cluseret, a pr.... inent Red.
at once.” He seemed to have urgent busi
ines that the people of this valley can build South—thev do eve rything to provoke disor i ne«s in another portion of town j'st then. iu:i no risk in trying it, as we beard oi many f »r it. The charier clearly provides how we h„fl become disguised with the atrocities
a road over the Cascade? in order to establish der and gall the pc iple of that <1 >wn trod Ion ( and left at a rule cf speed which indicated truthful instances of its efficacy—having are to proceed, nn-1 we have once decided the| committed by the Communists, and tendered
a connection at Klamath Lake ; and the idea section to desperation, in order that .. that he feared to be to > lute at the appoint ic iclied almost hopeless cases, where oriifi matter. This, he then considered, when his usignation. It was not accepted.
of procuring a subsidy from Congress to build public mind would be called off final
tjie nient. lie t ok the middle of the street, and ci d drugs Lad failed. The accommodations taken in c< nnection with other circumstance,
A t L a - t .—Tiie Cali is rapidly sinking to
what would then be simply a local road, is true issues their party has involved
of the h use me neat and cumfortub'e, and was a diiect in-ult unworthy of consideration.
Country. The people of the South
lower and lower depths, and now giories in
Mr. Breck said lie would be willing to cm
tin table well supplied with everything a
nts own shame, taunting its morn virtuous
meekly borne the outrages that have been so air, had erased falling <>n the roof of Helm-«'
If any of the leading spirits connected with
: reasonable epicurean could wish , besides, aider the communication if there were any contemporaries with not being able to publisk
shamelessly he ped upon them, contrary to saloon, he had reached the U. S. 11 >tel ! !
thia Pengra company were identified with this
A belated citiz -n caught a gl:mn«e of him the proprietor is a thorough and skiihul new points in it. but there are none.
the libidinous details of the Fair trial, uhici»
the wishes of the unscrupulous demag »cues
The question being taken, consideration ofj
section of the State, we might still have hopes
of that party. And the negro liim-elf feels
thecvmmunication wasindefi-ii:»*ly postgoned.” it has spread before its renders with disgust
that the road proposed in the bill under con
the injustice and declaims against the pre of some swift and large bud which the moon patients r. qu ring medical attendance. We
ing miuuteness. The Call's ambition seems
sideration might eventually be built across
T he C onnecticut E lection .—We have fulfilled. It has at last reached the level of
scription, and thinks that by legislation the
the mountains into this valley ; but unfortu whne man should be made as good as the n p) had vanished before the u-tmish' d spec these waters me known, that this wili be one finally received the official count of the vote
the Chronicle.—S. F. Examiner.
nately for us, every man connected with this
negro, and suggests to his white compeers a
That's a pretty truthful portrait of the
company is fully and completely identified
wholesome remedy; but what is tiie u,c ,nen "“J tbe time made by Thompson is On our return we met many of our farmers sult is as follows : For Governor, Jas. E. Herald as well as the Call. The Mazeppa is
with the growth and prosnerity of the north
talking to remorseless p Jiticnl demagogues, unequalled, t.nd there is it standing offtr and stock men who report this one of lhe English, Democrat, received 47,492 votes ;' infinitely more decent than either uue of
ern portion of the State, and has heretofore whose greed fbr political thieving has subsi-
0,1 tl,e records of tbe Jackson County most favored seasons for their intere«t. The Marshall E. Jewell, Republican, 47,450, * them.
shown himself the implacable foe of the south. dized the Government.
1 Agricultural Society toenter Th >mp8on, (w¡to tine stretch of flourishing grain fields, and scattering 17 ; English’s majority over nil
T he N ew C rop of W heat in C alifornia .
Their first efforts were directed towards pro
■a p) Under the name of “Skedaddle.” against fat lowing herds on green hillsides, testified 25. For Lieutenant Governor, Morris Tyler,
Adjornment of Congress.
curing a diervsion of the Ogn. and Cal. R. R.
any horse, mare, gddin, mule or j ickass in to our minds that we occupy a a most desired Republican, has a majority of 192; for It is said that there is unmistakable evidence
from Eugene City to the country east of the
the known w :rl5 or China—Thompson and «pot, and all that we want to make it so, is Treasurer, D. P. Nichols, Republican, has a that the new coming crop of wheat in Cali
Congress adjourned on the 25th inst. ^p!tlie other
mountains, thus leaving Douglas and Jack
animal ’ to go as they pleate—f r a to call it and make it our fixed home. We majority of 250 ; for Secretary of State and fornia will be less than usual. This consid
son counties from 150 to 200 mile west of the
..... a mile. Or, they offer to met the Hon. Jes-e Applegate on his way to Controller there was no election. These eration ought to stimulate our farmers to cow
line, frem which they would be separated by Ku Klux bill which virtually gives over tne
“Skididdle” »gainst time, for ant finish up the survey of the Klamath B«sin. officers will be elected by the Legi-lature and all the wheat in their power. Wheat does
a rugged mountain chain. Tl e bitter atrug-
sum from fifty cents up to 8150.000; pro We also met our worthy County Stirveor, w ll undoubtedly be Republicans. It is esti well io Oregon sown as late as the 10th of
r U which was then made is still remembered.
vided, however, that Kendrick starts him J. S. Howard, assisted by Mr. Win. Turner, mated that near two thousand negroes voted May.— Willamette Farmer.
Defeated in that project, this company at
with his butcher knife. The race to Conte just going out on a surveying tour, to sec at this election for the first time. They no
W intjf . n 1 H elms have the thanks of this
tempts this, the latest dodge, “to keep the handing the Southern States over to military off over the Bybee truck next month.
lionize the mountain country lying west ol d mht voted solidly or nearly so, for the Re office for some fine California wine.
promise to the ear, but break it to the hope.” control, to be manipulated in the interest of
the road, which contains large belts of fine publican ticket, and it was due to this vote
the R idical party in the next Presidential
S enator B aldwin ' s L etter .—The letter timber. The recent rush for timber lands
We were not astonished that Senator Cur
bett lent himself to the perpetration of this canvass. This is one of the strong levers of Senator Baldwin on our outside to day is has demanded the survey of this rough nee the State. — FreAra Union.
Grant and his party have in keeping them well worth peru-al. If any evidence was
great outrage on the people of this section,
tion of our county ; Rnd if the furvor on the
JACKSON—THOMPSON—On the 27th inst., at
because it is known that he owns large b» dies selves foisted upon the people. But the neces-ary to convince democrats what an in land question rages as it has the past few T he R ailroad .—Mr. Holladay proposes to the residence of L. J. C. Duncan, by the Rev.
M. A. Williams, Dr. William Jackson and Miss
of land along the proposed line of the road, States that are still unchncklel should have tensely characterless concern the Herald is. months, these lauds will soon find a market. run ths Oregon and California Radroad Hattie Thompson. All of this town.
and is supposed to be a large stockholder in an eye to thei’ own liberties, and strike n this letter affod« it. Mr. Baldwin was one And our people can congratulate themselves through Harrisburg and Eugene City, and We wish the happy Doctor and his fair bride a
this Pengra Co. But we confess our wonder death blow to this tyrrany that now is being of the m<>st industriou« and able members ol on this appreciation ol our soil and timber, establish a depot at cash point, for the sum of full measure of connubial bliss, and hope both will
and chagrin at beholding our Democratic fastened on their sister States. And surely the Senate, on the Democratic side, during which is giving our material intermit a true $60,000. the amount to be subscribrd by the live long enough to count their olive branches by
firs of May next. The line, if constructed the score, The printers acknowledge a bountiful
Representative, Mr. Slater, occupying the when the b lyonet is fairly clinched upon one the last session "f the Legislature. His stric growth.
tures on the course of the Herald comes with
through the«« towns, will be five «nd a quar supply of excellent cake.
position he does with regard to this people ;
same unscrupulous pnwer.
ard feel assured that it must be the result of
“Grasshopper Jim’’ hns lately taken to ter miles longer than if constructed on tho
some gross misrepresentation made to him.
we iring goggles,« and his endeavors to look present proposed route on the east side of the
T iie D emocratic E ra .—The initial num
The joint resolution published in the T imes ber of this journal has been received. It pre
over the top or under the bottom of them, river, and by the way of Springfield. There
of the 1st inst., was a request to Mr. Slater sent* an excellent typographical appearance,
together with the additional sense of irnpor is a prospect that the amount will be sub
as well as an instruction to the Senators, .and the matter, both selected and original,
innee he has assumed since arriving at the scribed in time — Willamette Farmer.
from the Representatives of the people whose, betokens taste and ability. The course ol
dignity of goggles, make the irreverent
S alem , April 21.—A convict named Wm.
Portlanders merry at his expense.
servants bath he and the Senators are. One i the Herald ha* compelled the Dem<>cr» s of
of B oarp or C ommissioners for
made his escape this evening from the O ffice
THE SALK OF SCHOOL LANDS AND THE
of the latter disobeyed those instructions and Multnomah to start a paper which should be the same time exhibited none of the arro
N otice .—Coroners at a distance will un
introduced the same bill in the Seoate which the true exponent of their sentiments, and gance and intolerance of opposite view*,
W. 11. Watkinds. Superintendent of the N otice is hereby given , that from
demand that we cannot afford to supply the
Mr. Slater has introduced in the House. He we believe the Era will fill the bill. We
and after th s date, all Applications for State,
Penitentiary, met with a severe accident this
School ami I Diversity Landa, muat be accompanied
might excuse himself on the ground that the wish it abundant success, and cheerfully re wh ch has -e iously injured the Democrati< last issue of the T imes gratuitously. The en
afternoon. While driving a span of mules with one third cash payment; and all Applications
tire edition is near exhausted, and if they
political party which instructed, was the same commend the Era to the patronage of our party of tins State.
they became unmanageable and started to for above described Land» now on file in this office,
want any models for reports thev can be sup
which bad once instructed himself and col friends.
be made good by one-third payment within
A C hief W anted —If the Wongs and
run, and Watkinds attempted to jump out. miut
sixty days from date, else they will be nail and
plied at headquarters for a mod rate sum.
league to resign, and plead his disobedience
but fell on his head, dislocating his shoulder void.
By order of the Board.
N ew P aper .—We are in receipt of the in Gee« go to war in this coun.y, it is suggested
then as a precedent for his action now. But
T. H. CANN, Clark for the Board»
that “Grasshopper Jim” be sent for to com
The entire issue of our neighbor, the Sen
itial number of The Industrial Reformer.
April 15th, 1871. aprl5-30d.
Mr. Slater has no such excuse.
Superintendent Meacham has ordered sur
As the mime implies, it is the organ uf the mitnd one of the contending factions. At one Intel, last week was filled with the report ol
We are not aware what motives induced I. dustrial Reform Societies
time he des'red to organize the Chinese on the San Dommgo Commissioners, besides n veys on the several Indian Reservations.
Mr. Slater io adopt the eofirss he has in The paper
this Coast an 1 invade China, with the pur
is published in San Franc'sco. pose <>l placing bis august form on the throne supplement. Neighbor, too much sweetness
A K ansas C ity editor, who employs a
plain opposition to ths expressed will and
and presents a neat typographical nppear of that ancient empire. If the Chinese do clogs the taste. Give us the balance of that Chinese laundrynmn, is in a quandary. He
wish of tbe Legislature of the State. That ance, and is
he above reward will be paid
filled with excellent original and wage tierce battle with one another, it will af report in broken doses.
«ays : “They sent home with our washing a
by me, as A cent of th« Wong Company, for
1s a matter which le perhaps can explain,
selected matter. II R. Leonard Editorial ford a magnificent opp -riur.ity to the “Grass
the recovery of GUI LIM, a Chinese» who dwap-
and we do not propose to paw a Jtas’y judge
hopper” of showing Ids military prowess Mnd
peered from Poor Man’s creek, in this county, on
Manager. Term*. 85 00 per annum.
bis ability to command a “Heatben Chinee” a student uf Phiulomatte College, Benton below the top, like a railway junction, and the 10th inst. ; and $200 will be paid for the re»
ment on bis action in thi« regard. But even
Im* puckered frills, edged with ‘tatting* on covery of his body, if deed. Was last soon when
F or the S tate * — We learn that Gen. J. army. Ah 1 l"»w w® should dearly love to county, during an uff. ay which commenced
if be had the very best and most cogent of
gee him «Ind in Chinee attire and reviewing between Mason’s brother and White. A Wo each side of the divide. We don’t know starting from Poor Man’s oreek for Applegate.
reasons for disregarding the wi-hea <>t the B Whiie b •* a aried Ei«t>*n a sb-rt Visit, * bis c- le-iial oruty through the goggle* he h is
what it is, «nd we’re a poor, friendless man, And a proportionate amount for reliable intellu
Legislature in regard to the particular com We wish the Gcuerul a pleasant trip aud ' recently mounted, A Cuioee in “gig-lamps” man was the cause. Mason has been held to i with only our virtue, and nobody but villiani genco.of said Gui Lim’s whereabouts.
AH TOY. Agt. of the Wong Co.
ij lie a novelty, and wo waut to see the sight.
I would seek to injure that.”
pany to be designated, we cannot well see safe return.
April 18th, 1871.
BmCIAl PAm FJR JAM CölIHY
Californians hare so often made themselves
merry over tlegaucheries of •’Oregon Flats,’’
that most of the denizens of that State im
agine the term Oregonian, to menu a fool.
One of these gentlemen male his appearanci
oere ibis week, and 8< h > ii gave the asionislie.