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A Modest Man.
A Nice Railroad Route
Grand Railroad Enterprise.
Tho Daily Sacramento Union of last Thura
At a meeting of the Real Estate agents of
We venture to 6ay that Mr. Sylvester Per- > We learn that a couple of weeks ago a
the following offer wa3 made:—A
noyer, who does (what there is done) tho party started from Goose Lake for Eugene
writing 1 -r the Portland Herald, is the mott City by way of the route proposed for the ■ it relied that a grand corporation would be or prize of $300 will be given by the “State Orric" of Roann op C ommissioners for
E. I). FOUDRAY,
bashful, diffident ami modest man in the Pengra R. R., but after wandering for throe ,ganized in a few days embracing several of, B'.a-d of Real Estate Agents” for the best THE SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS AN» THE
Management of Common School Fund.
known world, n >t excepting the Emper;>r of 'or four days through immense snow hanks, tho chief railroad corporati ms of the Eastern l'L-Say ou Oregon, its advantages as an agri
IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT FROM
China who calls himself the “Brother of the ¡were forced to abandon their purpose anu re States, to extend the California Pacific Rail cultural and commercial Slate, inducements
this date, all Applications for State,
School and University Lands, must be accompanied
sun and moon,’’ or Geo. Francis Train who Turn to Guose Lake, from whence they took road from Davisviile, Yolo county, northward it presents to capitalists, immigrants, etc.
one-third cash payment; and all Applications
The Essay not to exceed 100 pages of prin with
is delivering his fifteen hundredth or thoua- ¡a new departure ami started for Eugene City through tho Sacramento \ alley, and thence
fur above described Lands now on file in this office,
A New Railroad Project.
nndth lecture—we rc.-.lly don’t know which— ! by way of this valley. This little incident along the course of Pit River to Goose Lake ted matter the size of the pamphlet published must be made good by one-third payment within
sixty days from date, else they will be null aud
illustrates the impracticability of the route, in the eastern part of this county. From by the “Labor exchange.”
By order of the Board.
A San Francisco telegram under date May “on bis way to the White House in 1872.”
The decision is to be made by a committee
by means of which Messrs, ^’engra, Corbett. here it was to be built in a northeaster! // di
T. H. CANN, Cleric for the Board.
17th has the following :
Salem, Oregon, April 15th, 1871. apr29-30d.
Ladd, and the Herald clique hope to swindle rection till it intersected with Ben Holladay’s consisting of officers of the “Stale Agricul
It is rumored on what is believed good
tural Society” mid tLe following :
Ji m. M.
own estimation, ’out be cou’dn’t elect a man I the people of Southern Oregon out of railroad Oregon road ; and would be built thence in P. Deady, J. C. Ainsworth, H-q., L. White,
authority that preparations are nearly com
facilities. While the snow lias disappeared i an easterly direction till it should meet the Esq., Gen. Canby, Dr. W. II. Watkins.
pleted for the incorporation of a company to to Cingress to save Lis life; and if lie did
docs any one suppose lie wouldn’t brag it from the Cascade Mountains in this vicinity, i Union Pacific at Ogden. We hope the
The in r.useript to be handed in within 60
U. S. L and O ffice , R osebcrc ., )
be called the Eastern Extension California
O om ., April 28, 1871. j
about? An 1 George Francis, although he except upon the highest ¡ oaks, there is snow I Union's information is more reliable and days from date. Address all communications
Railroad, to construct immediately a road
beard 'd the British L’ >n and got in jail for
J at this Office by II. Amy and .Seth Hall
l’rcm Davisviile on California Pacific to Guose
Board of Real
his pains; although he makes fun of every travel. If last winter had been an extraor then it seems to be in relation to the topo- estate Agents.
against N. M. Hall for abandoning his Donation
Lake, Oregon ; thence via Christmas Lakes
upon N. E. i of .Section 6, Township 37 .S'., Range
thing that is great and venerable, inclu ling dinary severe one, the fact that snow existed grahy of the country through which the pro
Purtl.iud, May 15th, 1871.
and southern side valley of Snake river to
1 IV., in Jackson county, Oregon, with a view to
Gen. Grant and the Rev. Mr. Chapin ; al »ii the road would mt be a surprising thing. posed road is to run. The Union first map
The cars of the O. & C. R. R. are now the cancellation of said entry : the said parties arc
Bear river, and thence to a point ou tho
though lie questions Horace Greeley's knowl But the faet is, last winter was a very mild I ped cut the route of the contemplated road to running to Halsey, a new station 17 miles hereby summoned to appear at this Office on the
Union Pacific Railroad at or east of Ogden,
■season, mil we can therefore judge what Goose Lake in the northeast corner of the South i.f Albany, and about 3 miles this side 24th day of June, 1871, at 1 (/clock, 1’. M., to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning said al
this road to form a part uf the grand co at bi- edge of agriculture, anil is doubtful as t
amount of snow would lay on Mr. l’engra s ' State. It then spoke of the Beckwourth, of the 100 mile stake.
nation formed in New if ork, which already
The wife of Peter Delor^resii’iog in Wasco
W m . R. W illis , Register-
man to Congress, an 1 never tried so hopeless road after a winter of only ordinary severity. i Fredonyer and Noble passes as though it was
controls the Pennsylvania Central, Pittsburg
inger H ermann , lteceiver-
an undertaking. If he had, ho would have The cost of building snow sheds woul 1 bank intended that the road should cross the Sierras May, by a horse which she was holding.
May 6th, 1871.
iv Fort Wayne, Chicago & Northwestern and
howled and blowed it all over the country. rnpt the company. The failure ol the party through one of them. But as the most nor The animal made a sudden jump, throwing
Union Pacific roads, and will complete the
Now here is wind an Oregon specimen of above referred to does not surprise any per them ono of them is far south of Goose Lake Mrs. Delor on her head, and dragging her
direct line from New York to San Francisco
modesty h is to tay in the Herald of the 18tb son acquainted with the country they at it is difficult to see how if one of them is se some distance. So says the J/ountaineer.
independent of the Central Pacific. It is re
AKEN UP BY THE UNDERSIGNED, LIV-
tempted to pass through. Every hunter and lected as the point of mossing the Sierras,
The Walla Walla Statesman, of May 11th,
_ ing five miles south of Ashland two cows, de
ported that the stock is already subscribed
“Although it is a matter of no material1 pr< specter who has traversed it, pronounce ¡the road is ever to reach Goose Lake. And chronicles the accidental drowning of a son scribed as follows : Ono pale red cow, some white
for by European capitalists, and the construc
. . . .
* of Frank Stone, a bright lad of eight years,
the belly, marked smooth crop off the right car,
consequence, yet for the sake of truth it a high, bleak, snowy, barren, sage plain, 'again it is difficult to see how the contempla- in Walla Walla river, by the upsetting of a on
and split in the left. Branded (M.) on the left
tion of the road positively determined on,
merely, we will state that during the can- and every engineer and explorer who lias i ted road is ever to form a connection with ■ki.r. while fishing with two men—Daniels jaw. The other a red, spotted cow, five or six
work to c mmence within 60 days. The
years old, marked smooth crop off the left car, un
va-’s between Smut and L gan in 1859 we pa-sed through it, confirms this opinion. It Ben Holladay’s road by pursuing a north ; and Barsett.
company wi.l incorporate under the laws of
der half slope in the right, branded (W.) oh tho
exclusively edited the Democratic Standard is utterly valueless for any purpose, except easterly course from Goose Lake, as Holla
The “first spike” was driven in the rail right hip.
fur six wc.'ks just prior to the election, and to furnish a habitation and refuge for the day's r<ad is more than a hundred miles west road at Kalama, on Tuesday.
A later telegram is to the following effect:
March 17th, 1871.
thereby secured the election of Stout.'’
diggers who infest it.
of Gcose Lake. We sincerely hope that the
Crops in Eastern Oregon are said to be
“Disclosarejof arrangements for the con
The italics are our-, ai d we call especial
project for extending the Vallejo road up very promising.
struction of an extension of the California i
attention to the p iti >ns italicised. We ve.i
through the northern counties of this State, , The most interesting trial at the late
Pacific Railroad to Ogden, creates much ture to snv, without fear < f successful contra has purchased a tract of two hundred acres
and thence eastward to connect with the ¡of the Circuit Court, was that of the
comment here. Tho enterprise is generally diction l'rur.i any person whatever, that : t in the upper part of tl.c valley for the pur
Union Pacific, may have as solid a basis as »f Oregon vs. J. B. Spours, who wa- in
received with great favor.”
intense, so fervid, so fearful an exhibition
pose uf planting a vineyard. 'The grape cul the Union seems to think, but at the same licted for altering marks on sheep. The
And the following is still a later tele extreme modesty, as is presented In the ah v c ture will eventually become a prominent en time we can not avoid thinking that that jury after a brief deliberation returned a ver
dict of “guilty.” His Attorneys made a
paragraph, has no parallel in the histoiy ol terprise in this valev. Rogue River Valley journal exhibits a confusion of i ieaB with motion for a new trial which was overruled.
“S an F rancisco , May 20.—The California ancient er modern tiims. 'i lie modest fellow produces as gold grapes as the best of the regard to the geography of this northern part The Court sentenced the prisoner to a term
i of one year in the Penitentiary. The case
Central Eastern Extension railr a 1, to form hugged the secret uf Stout's election in bl j California grape regions. We venture the
of the State that is not creditable.— Yreka i was appealed to the Supreme Court upon the
a part of through line from San Francisco to own mind, kept it locked in his own heart prediction that every hillside with a southern
ground that the prisoner, who was on bail.
New York, will be incorporated Monday.”
for eleven years; and i.. all probability the exposure, now regarded as comparatively
| was not in Court or called at tho time the
I probably have as good means of inf or ¡verdict of the jury was rendered.
The above indicates that capitalists are world would have remained in bea.nly igiio > worthless, will in ti few years be covered with
looking toward the Northern Pacific eat for rance of bow Stout w;.s elected, and who did vineyards and become n source of revenue. motion as most persons in regard to what is
a field f< r investment. The route above in ii- it, if truth had nut demanded the disclosure As an evidence of the value of grape produc ^.called the Kti Klux, and am perfectly «afis-
catcd, if decided upon and the line construct from the mode»t Sylvester.
ing lands in Califorr.ia wc take the following
ed, will become a formidable rival of the Cen
V/e do not believe that red Lot pincers from an article in the Scientific Press on and, if tdie Ku Klux bills were kept out of DAY—M G11EE—At the residence of B. L. Hen
tra] Pacific; and “with two competing” in could have torn the secret of Stout’s election .Savings Banks vs. California Impruveiuer.ts : > Congress, an 1 tho army kept at their legiti- nes. near Portland, Ogn., May 22d, 1871. by
lie.-. 1 ’. C. Strati« a. Sil i I J. Day to Mi.-s M.:: j
I mate duties, there are enough good and true
ternational lines tho terrible Lars of railroad from this paragon of m ’csty, if it were not
E. McGhee, of Portland.
“F r instance we publi.ihed in our last men in all the S .uthern States to put down
Tuesday live., July 4th, lull
, nionop lies will abate somewhat perhaps. “fur the sake of truth.'’ And even when
This unexpected event in the life of oar worthy
week’s issue the fa it that Mr. Bagbey of the all KivKlux or other bands of marauders." and esteemed friend, the County Clerk, takes us
It is evident that if the Calif rnia Eastern (“fur the ako of truth") the Lashlul, blush
Extension Railroad is constructed via Goose iDg fellow is obliged to disclose this secret, Natoma vineyard, in an action against the — G: neral Shermans speech at etc Orleans. all by .surprise. We bad feared his ca.-c was one npHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY NOTIFIES
Il his friends, and the public generally, that ha
Natoma Canal Co. for damages in going
These unexpected sentiments from tho Gen- uf decided bachelor-phobia. He- has done gone will give a GRAND BALL on the evering of
’ Lake to Ogden, a connection will necessarily which few m?n could h;.ve k> pt; when, nut
through his vineyard, sh >we I by several wit j oral of that army wli» marched heroically to nnd went an I done it all on the sly ; woced, won •July 4tb, 1'71, at which time he hopes, by renew
have to be mad? at some point with it. withstanding his modest emktrrassmeut, Lu
ncsscs that ei hty five t o ninety thousand o' ihe sea, is quite a comment on the Bugu b<n at; I wed, without dropping tho least hint to his ed efforts, to give entire satisfaction to r.)l who
This line would effectually defeat the Vengra is obliged to own that lie, hintsJf, indtvidu i
way attend. The best inus'c in tho county has
his vines produc; I from COO to 8'k) tons of I Ku-Klux nianii’e-to ;r mnlgato.1 at the in anxious friends. Our best wishes arc that,
been secured f >r the occasion, and everything that
swindle, to perpetuate which, Senator Cor ally and alone, secured the clceti >n of Stout,
gra;e , worth at least 8*'O per ton. or more (stance <J the other Gen ra'U.Ji.i >, who still
will add to the comfort and enjoyment of tho
bett and Mr. Slater both introduced bills— mark the charming m dusty with which 1.
All through life's onward way,
guests will be provided.
ai.d that alter the c in mi- ionci-
jferrs the app:ri
Him an I his fair charming bride,
the one in the Senate and the other in the seeks to disparage Lis own her .e deed by
had taken testimony in the ca.-o f r more I tame spirit < I t o:
Jacksonville, Mar ?Oth. 1871.
With l.iruiy a cheering day.
House—in violation of the instructions of saying it's “of no material cun.-equt nee.”
than twentv days’, r.t.u bad visited the place, I
| sider the causes
the last Legislature^
Our admiration of the tn i le-ty of Sylvester
BURNETT—HOOVER—At Rosa’.iirg, Ogn.,
they rendered an award in favor of Bughey
the Metropolitan Hotel, May 23d, 1871,
•ient eon-equ ’iici
If a connection can be made from this val is only equalled by the enthusiasm with
Ju l-.-e i itzhugli, 11 n. A. .1. Burnett, of Jack
and others for nearly ¡ 2,000 per acre fur the
1. These e >ualy, to ’Jis? Mary E. Hoover, of ltosebur
agency given in
ley with the projected line at or near Goose which we witness the rmrtyr like fortitude
-.mil titid vines thereon used ai d d-str-'yed
I’.ltereuc s tire <
One by one our bachelor friends are chang
Lake, every object to be accomplished by the lie exhibits when sacrificing it “fur the sake
in it is a notoiious
by the company, A gain
qpilE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT-
old checrlcs 3 cabins to “bowers of love I
proposed railroad from IIumbuLlt to the C. i of truth,” and is not sur: .ssed by our amaze
£ fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and
fact that tho pr- duel of good vineyards
i .-ns. They w. ¡11 (L.ubtly entertain fcar.- e >nuul ini bliss.”
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San
& O. R. R. in this valley, or the Pengra j ment when be tells us, .’dr. Toots like, tint
11.r Hight.ut the State is al 1 -;.st three tons oi
Francisco with a well assorted stock of .Millinery
road from Humboldt to Eugene, would be this heroic sacrifice is of “no material cot.se- ’rapes a year, a ! d that they arc sold at from i that fi- auil.or i; b cn !: ••?!’ d i.nd mif-qu d
1 Straw Goods, and will cvnrtantly keep <>u
n that r.iw-hcj and b’.o dy-b >r.e.s order.
accomplished. The through connection to queue?;” for ail the world a.; ii he was in the S’-lO to -• 3 ’ a ton 1' r wine purj- i.-es.”
hand the latest styles of H ats , B onnets , H ats
an 1 B onnet S hapes .
'■■■ : ■ 1 . : b ‘tier not 1
Th so inten-ely
the East would be a fixed fact, and that is all I habit of electing a Congrtssm-Ai every day
Also a fine assortment of
, heir 1 y I t’.
. go an., r.g the people cl
our people want. There is one thing, how- ( or two by way of pa; time, and the e. cti n I
ever, the people of Southern Oregon must ¡ of Stout was merely a breakfast spell, which tho grape it: this Valley sin-old not be as | rol- j '.he S juth. i . b li ■ i
J • »> be w >n to the sane
miug f.;r the old con
realize the importance of. It is asserted that called forth so little ex.rtiou that lie was
fait!:, ami go to
many of the most prominent and influential ashamed (bashful fellow!) to mention it ; aai .re equally as fav ruble, and we hope to see • titi i:ion as it once “mter v,; yes, keep
American and foreign bankers and capital would not have done so but fur the sake ul >ur farmers, especially those who possess 1 t ini v." under tho inihiciice of modern loy
ists, among whom ure mentioned Joy C<M¿ke truth. Oh Dear! what s.icrifieea tho heroic
alty,— love for that honest old instrument
RUBLI—In Jacksonville, May 23d, 1871. M i
A Co., and the Rothschilds, are interested in Sylvester litis made for the sake of truth in
might return,—if it does, a weak fight cn nerva , daughter of Kasper and Ellen J. Rubli;
the California Extension. They propose to | his brief span of life, and wliat sacriii rOs the
present lines might well be expected ill the aged 'J years, V months and 25 days.
build the road without government aid. If modest lad will make in the future on the
next Presidential contest.
.do. design vi si.ing the great natural curiosity
this be true, the proposed Pengra railroad same lay. Oh, wc guess nut!
he P reliminary R ailroad S urvey .—We
from the Central Pacific near the north bend
summer. This wonderful lake lies in this learu from Mr. Win. A. Owen, who accom
The Red Vande.ls.
of the Humboldt to Eugene City, will inevit
and other article.’ in oar lina too numerous to
county, a' tit CO* miles from Jacksonville, panied Mr. Ilolladiy’s engineer, Mr. llurla
ably go “where the woodbine twineth.” This
: and r. view of it is well worth the travel. A bat, out on a preliminary railroad survey
Ou the 16th inst. the llcdi destroyed the
being the case, a desperate effort will un
MISSES A. fCnnd L. A. KENT.
Jackaonville, March 25th,. 1870.
doubtedly be made by the unscrtipously column in tho Place Vendome, Paris, amid good wagon road was made to the verge el through the R< gue River M mintains, that lie
friends of that Company, both in and out oí I cheers of vice la commune and the strains of the lake in 1839. Mr. David Linn’s party
Congress, to secure a diversion of the Califur- i the Marseillais from the military bands. constructed a boat and explored the island in from this valley to the slopes of Cow creek,
nia and Oregon R. II. from the present line . Thus this splendid monument of French vic that year, but we regret to learn that the which the engineer pronounces feasible for
at or near Eugene City to the country east of tories. acheivcd by the First Napoleon over boat has been since destroyed through the. the proposed railroad 1'iic. Thu engineei
In Cash Gills, to be Distributed by the
the mountains, and establish a connection ' the combined armies of Russia and Austria, carelessness uf some parties who used it sub then proceeded to the Cany n Mountains to
Time Tests the Merits of all Things.
New York Cash Prize Co.
prospect for* the most eligible p iss through
with tho California Extension near Goose has been levelled by the madness of a mob, sequently.
TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
7-S-FOR THIRTY YEARS'®^
that range. Mr. Owen, who is well ac-
Lake, which would leave Southern Oregon which had not the courage and fortitude to
5 Cash gifts each,
F rance .—The Versaillists have effected a quainted with what is called the Trail creek
effectually out in the cold. The defeat of delend their city from tho German invader.
10 « <
this project depends in a great measure upon This act of unmitigatsd vandalism, as well as lodgement inside t> c walls of Paris. On the route,, has every assurance that a line can be Has been tested in every variety of climate, and 20 44
secured through that pass. As soon as the
our people themselves. "With proper energy the rubbing of churches, the arrest and im-
is th? almost constant companion and inestimable 200 it
prospect is made in that direction, the engi friend of the inis-ionarv and the trave er on sea
and tact they can meet the new danger and prisonment of clergy men and reliyiuse, de
Elegant Rosewood Pianos, each $300 to $700
avert it, and we have no hesitancy in calling scribed aa “the servants of a person calleJ within the city, while a perpetual rain of neer will then turn his attention to the Siski and land, and no one should travel on our L akes 50
75 to 160
or R ivers without it.
upon men of all shades of political opinion God,” is enough to place them outside tho shells from the Versaillist’s batteries sweep you range ; then if the passes through these It is a speedy and safe remedy for bnrns, scalds, 350 ejewing Machines .............. “
CO to 175
75 to 300
to unite upon this common object. It is a pale of civilized warfare. The Paris mob, the ramparts, Fort Montmarge has been different ranges are pronounced practicable, cuts, bruises, wounds, and various other injuries, 500 Gold Wathes ...................... “
well aS for dysentery, diarrhea and bowel com Cash Prises, Silver Waro, etc., valued at $1,000,000
we are reliably informed that tho railroad as
conceded fací, that without a railroad our fer the most fickle and insensate of all mobs, abandoned by the Reds.
plaints generally, and is admirably suited for every
A chance to draw any of the above Prises for
will no longer be a sensational question.
tile valleys, our magnificent agricultural and should be exterminated. It is the prolific
race "of men on the face of the globe.
25c. Tickets describu.g Prizes arc »caltd in En
Be sure you call for and get the genuine l’ain velopes nnd well mixed. On receipt of 25c. a
mineral resources, our salubrious climate, source of revolt, the fountian of social disor A P roblem .—Our imp being of a mathe
Don't despair because yoi: have Ki’ler, ns many worthless nostrmns are attempted Senlt.d Ticket is drawn without choic and sent by
and our immense water power will remain as der. It has neither brains, nor heart,—no
be sold on the great reputation of this valuable mnil to any address. The prise named upon it
a weak Constitution. The vitalizing to
will be deliver.d to the ticket-holder on payment
heretofore unknown, undeveloped, and unen menory of the past glory of France, no ven If by acting as editor of the Democratic
principle embodied in D r . W alker ' s V ine
... ’fi'Direction« nccompnnv each bottle.
of One Ihillar. Prizes arc immediately sent to
joyed. The Valley of Rogue River, alone, eration for tho splendid monuments of her
gar B itters will assuredly strengthen it. In Price 25 cts., 50 cts.. and $1.00 Per Bot any address by express or return mail.
will sustain a population of 50,000 people ; victories, no pride in the future which awaits reduced the Democratic majority in this State every drop of that combination of vegetable tle.
You will know what your prize is before you
'old by all medicine dealers.
pay for it. Any Prize rjechaHijed Jttr another uf tho
•without means of outer communication we the country under proper guidance; in short, from 1,613 to 1G, how many thousand major euratives, there is a stimulating, a regenera
name value. No blanks. Our patrons can .depend
ity will the Radicals have if he continues to
can never have the population and consequent lias no characteristics excepting cowardice,
on fair dealing.
edit the lieraid up to June 1872?
development and wealth which is required to cruelty, and an insatiate thirst for innocent
R eferencks :—The following lately drew Val
whole range of proprietary and oiliciual reme
uable Prizes and kindly permit us to publish them:
place Southern Oregon on the road to pros blood, and an insens ito desire for the de
T iie I dea .—The Democratic majority for dies. It is to the inert physique what steam np\KE N97TCE, THAT IN ' ACCORDANCE Andrew J. Burns, Chicago, $10.600 ; Miss Clara
9. with Section 14 and 15. Title 2, Chap. 27 of Walker, Baltimore, Piano, $800 ; Jas. M. Mat
perity. Our people must not be swindled struction of the beautiful. If the Versailles
Congressman in 1858 was 1,613-, in 1859, and oil are to the locomotive engine. Yet it General Laws of Oregon, we wilt offer for sale at thews,
Detroit. $5,000 John T. Anderson, Savan
out of the means of development by supine government wipes the bloody senm, which
just after Penoyer’s forty days editorial cam contains no fiery excitant, nothing but the publio auction in front of our stable, in Ashland nah, $5,000 ; James Simmons, Boston, $10,000.
ness and neglect, but must actively agitate stains the French capital, out of existence,
Precinct, Jackson county, on Monday, June 12th,
paign, the Democratic majority was reduced juices of rare medicinal herbs and root«, in at 1 o’clock, p. m., the following describe 1 prop P ress O pinion :—“Tho firm is reliable.”__
this matter—place it ahead of every other they will perform a service to the cause of
11 eckhj Tribune, Dee. 28. “Deserve their suc
to 16. Our devil suggests that instead of tended by the Great Physician for •■‘the heal erty, viz : One ronn horse, about 11 hands high— cess. ’—A’. Y. Herald, Jan. 1. “Just and honor-
object. It is a enterprise which nearly con religion, civilization, nnd social order
about V or 10 years old.
aide.” —Neirn, Dee. 9.
electing Stout, Penoyer’s writing contrib ing of the Nations.”
ROBERTS <t HATTEN.
cerns each and every man in Southern Ore throughout the world. If tho German army
Sen I for circular. Liberal inducements to
uted to reduce his majority.
Ashland, Ogn., May 22, 1871.
gon, and the foes which you have to battle had destroyed the Arc du 'Iriomphe which
W e P rotest .—Among the names of the
Agent’. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every pack
age ot 200 Sealed Envelopes contains one cash
are both numerous and unscrupulous, rich commemorated Napoleon’s victories over
U. S. foreign iniuistars published in the
B rick P omeroy .—W o learn that Brick
gift . Seven tickets f»r $1 ; 17 for $2; 50 for $5:
And influential.’ The Herald and tho Herald's their countrymen, or had levelled the column
World Almanac fur 1871, we find the name
200 for $15. Address
Pomeroy designs visiting this coast during
•mall gang of admirers, as well as the more Vendome, the whole civilized world would
of Mr. C. E. De Long, Minister to Japan,
LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES
the present summer. A correspondent of his
c. B. TAYLOR & CO
iudilrted to the late firm of Linn ,1 Hull, are
influential but not more unscrupulous friends have execrated the deed. The Commune
paper will visit Crater Lake this season and*
of Corb3tt and Pengra ygu will have to meet, should receive the condemnation of every
Long is represented in “Robert Greathouse”
All debts due said firm not settled by the first
furnish a description to the Democrat.
to fight, to thwart. Let every man take the civilized, nation nnd its supporters bo exter
as Mr. Cicero De Froth : if he is tho man we of July, 1871, will be placed in tho hands of a
78 Í 80 BROADWAY, N. Y-
proper officer for collection.
matter home, make it part of his business, minated root and branch.
T ourist .—The Seward party design visit
May 6,187E_____________________ May6-3m
and resolutely crush out the traitors in this
ing Oregon overland after they get through
P ersonal .—Judge W. F. Trimbio and
county, as well as those in the State, who
with Yosemite. We can Bhow them wonders or Nevada. Let odo or the other of those
for the gratification of their petty malice and wife, and Creighton Esq., of Portland, so
¡states claim him ; Oregon don’t.
in Oregon that can discount Yosemite.
private grudges would wish to «ee tho devel journed in our town for some days this week.
Such is Fame. Byron says that fume con
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS ONE LARGE
opment of these splendid valleys retarded for
INSTRUCTIONS OF JOHN S DRUM,
freight wagon for sale. Also ona sett team
S tate L ibrarian .—Sylvester C. Simpson sists in having your name misspelled in the JY
R eceived .—We are informedr that Hon.
new. Tho above property can be seen at
J J. N. T. Miller, Swamp Land Commission has been appointed State Librarian to fill the Gazette among the list of killed and wounded. Glenn, Drum & Co. will be placed in the hands of the U. S. Hotel, Jacksonville. Terms of sale
Of a similar character is the fame the World
H on . G. J. Ilyan, State Librarian, died er, has received the necessary maps from tho vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Ryan •| Almanac gives Senator Kelly when it pub an attorney for collootion, if not paid in thirty part cash, and the remainder in freight.
A good appointment.
pishes him as Joseph P. Kelly.
at the Dalles on the 14th inst.
May 26tb, 1871.
Jacksonville, Moy 12th, 1871.
FOURTH OF JULY BÄLL
Viet Schutz’ Hall