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Wefiaa's UaaUrtUbieaest te Her Owa
IWrlJM'f". published in Sun
ranelsca, by women, enunciate harsh
'dootrlno. A movement i on toot in
ftw York, having fer its object the
regeneration ol women who have stray
J from the path of virtu ; the El Do
rado sneers at it as an absurd idea, per
fectly niiten.ibtc, nnd s.iy it is Idle to
iuu over tho fallen. Theso nrc cob!
ancharitabto words, un worth j of wo
tnvi, who i n'n iscd In Itit the Meal
el tenderness ami compassion. They
are liko hyssop growing among the
row, but, in one sense nt least, tbi'jr
aro womanly they indicate the bitter,
unrelenting hatred, which only a wo
man tin lurliur for the fallen of her
eex. II thi he just ; if scorn nnd con
tamely l the righteous portion of the
transgressor, then there in no hope for
the erring no consolation in religion.
If it be idlo to atrcngthen tho wtnk, if
it be useless to raise thoso who have
tumbled, then indeed thero is no vir
tue in repentance. But happily this is
not o. No human being ever tank so
l.tw a to he H'-von I the influent"' i,
kindness and sympathy, and the thous
ands of poor creatuen that have Wen
rained from Uvea of shame and degra
dation, to comfort and social usefulness,
by Magdalen Societies, bear witness to
thin truth. If woman would fulfill her
mission, she must treat her fallen'?!!"
ter wi.li woman's gentleness and com
passion. Sho mut cease sneering at
efforts lo redeem thoe who have gone
attrav. N'av. Mie mint do mow ! If
he wlnuld ace tho angel within, die,
Herself, niul roll the stone from the se
pulchre sho must speak word of cheer
and encouragement to t'le virtuolcss,
mid Hut treat them us huyuiid nil liu
tnin inlliience. If woman would wi
what Is worth all tho world to them
the admiration of the opposite ex, the
tirre, a bill waa Prd '" '
House by 'one of the.raembere f rom this
county, to Icgnlieu the county road".
It was defeated in the Senate why.
we eftnnot say. The object of the bill
was an excellent one. It legalized,
without the expense ot surveying, roads
that had been used as public. thorough
fare for a long tlmo by common con-
s.nt, about which there was no dispute,
but which weie not legal road in the
sense contemplated by the statute. Il
is well known that the road law cannot
he enforced except with regard tn le
iral roads. There is, we hclicw, in llil
eounty, but one Kiieh mid that run
litttr l the C'aliloniii t i by way ol
Ashlamfniid the Toll House. On nil
other road it is a malfer of conveii!
eicc whether penplu work or not, nil''
we enture to s.iy thai unlaw conn
i--.ni"cl it unpen inor to serve in a dis
iriet when there Is no legal mad. or
any person to work on a road having
no legal existence. Under this state of
affairs it would seem proper and wise
on the part of the Honorable Hoard of
Commissioners to have the most im
portant of the thoroughfares of the
reunty surveyed, so that work can be
enforced on them, and they be kept in
good repair. It i very deslnnlethat,
at least, tho stage road from here north
to the Josephine county line should be
thus legalized, and we hopo to sco the
Hoard make nn order for Us survey, at
their next merlin:;.
Bomb! for a Higher Grade of Maeetlen.
In this part of Oregon there is an in
creasing demand for better education
al facilities, and a higher grade ol edu
cation. Especially do we need it semi
nary for the education ot young ladies,
where the pupils will be under proper
restraint and yet be within easy reach ot
their friends. A seminary conducted
by teachers of diameter and ability,
and digested of all sectarian Ida,
would be n hiici-cs here, and would be
a great public beiielit. Parent' are
exceedingly averse lo placid..' their
children in schools where there is nnv
dancer ol sectarian iiilluuee, t'ley dis
like to ciid them off ton long dil -nice,
anil the emiepi"iiei' is that n large
popu'ntioii ol ynuiij uirN is growing
it I with little or no edtteatiou.
To tenehers having the iiccesiry
qualification, who would come here
and establNh a school where a liberal
education could be acquired, and which
u-nnbl ot be 'a nursery lor the propo
gation of any religious doctrines, this
is' an excellent opening. Wu hope
to see a first class school here for the
education of our daughters, and we
have the very best nnthority for prom
ising any one who will establish it, a
generous and sustaining patronage.
Telegraph Dtteato Muck 31tt. V'rom tho Washir,
Klamath aai AMuii Itetw -Pilot lock
i unr inrrriiifiiiiitTiiii nuu i nn leer - - r? i
rived nt Ashland, V speotlully submita ate has confirmed Go. hdrUs 1st Ass t.
the following: "" Master Uenoral, vice Mclnner, re
On ihe reservation, vigorous mcas- tin
Washington, March 2tb. The Son-' ,anc - U'c Oreyniat, : C'rw'K,-
. . .. u'U .'n ihtii iiniwi u'tti. 4i --.!-
iviii, tn-o. .m. , s J'osi .Master ,,-, , . - -; nm,,',!,,,,
. t . a. .. I . ......
wu iiiv ir.ii'i iiuiwn) 'fi ' '"
tires are prosecuted with n viU to get- at Oakland, Cab, and Allrvd H. Meadi-J the people ot Oregon are im(t!"
lb g in a large crop of cereals and gar- am im jiupeiintcinlent of Indian nltiiis' sine the date of my Inst ..it,.te,L'ni
den eiretables. Never bdore, since ,.r Oiegon, vice Huntington, it-moved. )" ',e s"bjeet will go over to th .A"
the eoininenccmeiU d uperali-ms there The Pacific Uailroad committeo have )l,jum"l., "J,,.,.,. art,,!lin'"1 '"" nt
lor.the benefit d "Poor l.o," has the nutliori.ed Howard to report in favor, TheT"lvut fi.I" iui.rMv!VtV i''"'
:iLeiit been so well loenarcd to ctilti- of Hxing the junction of the U. P. It. tire still tlifhtiui? t-.n-li ml... i'.' I"' m.fl1
vatetheoil, and initiate the re I mm and lint C. P. It. at Ogdeti. Geo. Earl conitnlilei-s. and may urn.,-, j'r
i..to the iny.terics nf hubi.ilry. O v- the new 1st Ass't. P. M. Oeneml, was ,r, "'H ""- m-prtsem comp,,,
erjimciit is proverbially sl-i.v in carry- tormerly clerk u the Maryland Court1 fV.'n-e Ii-iflc Itai'lm.-iil'H. ,,'',r" ""
iug out its engagement with the In K- nl Appeals, and lafe a law partner of terdav ngrceil to ieiortMr""lM',W
alls, ail'l III Hie cnill'iieiieeiiieui in nini- -, .h. vien i. vresneii. yiii-x. ii. oii-oii- oiu m uive am loine
We are imder obligations to the Coun
ty Cletk lor the following list of Itoad
.Supervisuts, appointed nt the last term
of the County Couit:
District Xo. I, A. V. Gillette; 5,
J. V. Ainmeiiuan: 3. M. II. Coleman:
4. David Itviliiatli; d, T. F. Ilwill; 7,
Ilaskwell Amv: 6, .1. W. Haker, 10, V.
5. Itnlb; ll.l'hancey Nye; 12, Her..
Meiich; 1.1, Samuel Hush; II, Eduit.
Morgan; 10, W. A. Young; 17, Jamas
Miller, 1H, John .Siougln; 111, do ,u
OMIrien; 20, Win. It-iv. 21, Simeon
can'only win it by gen,lcne.s-no, U Vil. "wnV W Wni:
unwomanly and pitiless scorn for tin
unfortunate, and we hope that tho or
gnti'ol the women on this coast will
rff vcr again utter words so heartless,
so, hopeless, to lhne who have need ot
merry and consolation. Lot it never
again say that it is wasto of time to
raise, tho fallen ; but remember tho wo
man of old who was raised from the
depths ot shame and made worthy to
sit at the feet of Jcsu, and ask how
many, calling themselves pure, are
Dkatii or Aniiv Johnson. Andy
Johnson is one ot tho few men who
have tho pleasure of reading their own
pot obit notices. After figuring as
the subject of a first class obituary in
nearly every paper in tbo country, he
tnms up nlive aad in hot pursuit of
offico again in his own State. It is
quito probable that ho was dying, an
most people are, for newspaper puffs,
and knowing that only n few Demo
eratie editors urn mean enough to abtne
the dead, he bilked tho press so as to
see what thoy thought of him. He
probably realized that "Andy" dead ,
is a much greater person than "Andy" J
The Democratic lrm of Salem, re
marks in its usual doleful strain,
"thnt interest bearing evidence of Stato
indebtedness nro hawked upon our
streets at 28 per oent. discount, with
out finding buyers." Perhaps tJie ap
parent Democratic majJeity in Oregon
und tbo Democratic doelrhoyrepudi
a'tion have something to do with the
dull market for State warrants.
Wbcrc, O, where, Mr. Brown, aro all
the Hepublicans who were to grow
suddenly rich buying these sauio war
rants? Why don't they buy ? lor you
fow that tinder the anticipated bless
bigs of Democratic rule thoy must go
up t-i par again, or go to the pa
Two gentlemen were speak in ot the
reported death of A. Johnson the oth
er day, Ouo of them remarked with
tnoro force than reverence, that al
though dmth had got a bill passed giv
ing him possession, Andy had vetoed
tk'mi( Mill kinked. This may be con
sidered hit last ret o.
Tito publication day ot tho Yreka
76arndl soon to be ehnnged to Thurs
day, instead' of Friday. Wo would
like to sec it issued every day in the
A velocipede track is being made ot
Hrolherton; 2d, Philander Powell.
From Districts No. 6, 0, 16, 22, 21
27,20, no and ni.no reports have
been received, and no appointments
have beenmiidu (or them. .
Tho Tsiiure of Offlcs Act-
Tho contest which has been going
on in Congress concerning tho repeal
of this law ban been ended. The law
has been so modified that the power to
control the immenso Government pat
ronage, will be equally balanced be-twt-en
the Senate and the President.
When Johnson was in power, the pas
sage of a restraining law was nn im
perativu necessity. Tho olo power! of
appointment and removal in tho hands
of a bad man wan too dangerous; and
even with a President enjoying public
confidence as much an Grant it is better
that the power be divided. It is now
modified, on the principle that "in the
multitudo of counselors there is wis
dom" and tlicro is litllo dimmer of the
President making any appointments or
removals that will not bo fully endorsed
by the Senate.
Ckkspknt Citv. We learn that par
ties nro engaged in building a large
saw-mill at this place, It must ptnvo
a good investment, ns there is nn al
most inoxhaustiblo supply ot redwood
and fir timber at that paint. Arrang
ments have been made for n line of
schooners to run between Crescent
City and Ran Francisco, the coming
summer. Thoy aro to land at tho for
mer placo twice a week, nnd will cheap
en freights considerably.
SlIOOTINn AT TUB pK.tlTKNTJArtY.
On Saturday last a convict named Hib
blsr, who had been sentenced to the
penitentiary for five years, becamo stub
born and feigped insanity. The medi
cal examiner was called in, but the
convict would not allow him to como
near him. Tho Warden was called,
nnd an altercation took place, when
the Warden shot tho convict dead.
It is reported that Gvn. Halleek is
to furnish the Infantry company at Ft.
Klamath, with velocipedes. It is
thought that they will lie moro eco
nomical than horses, nnd a company of
men sonuring tho country on theyn
wouM inspire tho s-ivages with n
wholesome teiror. ,
From the Vnfanht wo clip the Id
Fit.wnritKn. A lew days since, lion.
Is.taCnv, iitcinhcr ol the' last Legisla
ture' from JTp'iine County, stalled
home and had troue about live miles
when he was thrown from the horse,
by a stumble ol the auimit. His toot
hung in the stirrup, nnd he was drag
ged through the mud by the horse,
whirling mpidlv around. Mr. Cox ie
celved severe bruises on his shoulder
and arms, having the small bon of his
leg below the knee, broken. He was
brought back to the city and H pow
stopping nl the I'tiion Hotel. Dr.
Carpenter .V Peyton nrc his intending
Gatiikiimi to Hih F.viiikih. One
by one the old pioneers bid us good
bye. Yesterday morning, nt six
o'clock, Jesse I.ooney, at the advanced
ago ol sixty-eight years, died lull, ot
years and good deeds. I'nelo Jesse
came to Oregon in lHtil, and has In en
n resident ol this county ever since.
His door was ever open to the weary
traveler, and his hospitality was sur
passed by none. A largo circle ol re
latives remain to keep alive the mem
ory ol a truly good man. The funeral
services will be had on Saturday, and
the remains of the deceased will be
interred in the family burying ground
nenr the old homestead, twelve miles
south of Salem.
DietniH is Sai.km. From tho sex-
(ji-Mfiii. i. .
. . . . . . "- .'."M nr...i
siioii-Mtiui iccrwitiii. lutiiciitsgeii- ens is Iviug at the point of death at "' ,ni' ' Hailro.id, Irom t lie ti..rth
.rally labor lor u long while under .lis- Augusta, On. It is said that Grant is ,,',"2"J Vy,""l,,.Mjl.,,rlv7',,ltJ
iidviiiiliigts that the people usually fail determined to recognize the Cuban in-; naugii'Me waier-Tol ''TlieVt' i" ""'
to appicri.ite. In iiicntiuiing some ol (.urgent, as I dligerent, although sev-' r near Poit land, Oregon. 'IC "'''
these uulavor.ible uireuiii-tauces, we rial prominent radicals think that this' to the shortness of the time, i 'jJ'''
might say that appropriation frequent ,-our-e will not only involve the United ( I'kdy the Committee will hat,..,,,
Iv are a long while in getting around States in a war with Spain, but seii
to when' they me to be applied; and (ulv complicate our relations with thu
the Indians arc backward iibmii carry- ,,,,1 powers of Euroi.e. Thu Union! ...Ij?,'1. '''"'"V, on moiion ju)
'M till ,ii
potluuily ol ivMirting it tn . ,rli
imr mil the renilireiiieiitS lit treaties Oil l'.i..if!i. Itnitronit i-imihiiiv in.i.l tlml i ...l.i.l. I... 'i ' ' I'1'"'1' - WI,
"mo ' . j...v...w.- - - , ,, nun ' previously p.lRsnlthc It '
their part, because Goxernmcnl is slow tho junction dinll be at Monument and is, then-fore a law as. swmas it t,'
on the other hand. On Klamath Ites- point, 80 miles west of Ogden, and ceive the signature of the lr,.
ervntion, 'very year things are grow- thev will contest the Senate Itesolti- "IT" T "'g ,wou lorttiectaWhi.
. . . i H i ...., n , ' mentot nn asm-oflieu at lln!.. ...
ing inure- auspicious, and gradually the lion hxing it n Ogden. x ,,, -Vr, ,, T"l0 m" oi lS
iiiensures ol Government intended to Petitisylvania and South Carolina I that as onn a the public 'nii-p','"!,!
secuio the eventual ci ilfeallon ol the have ratified the ltl, nmetidiueiit. requiie it, tho PnsMent shall ai.i.4 ,
Indians, and to promote their sanittirv llowaid, from the Pacific tt:silro:il i " ""' w ll slvif -iii I rn:iMii.i
condition, are being instituted. Among Cminittee reported lavnrably, a J'i"' r-'.aycr) one i.idtSnK
theiu there is a growing desire for the resolution granting thu tight ol way to I elerks'aud the stipcrimcndrnt n't
cnlorceinent ol the laws ol eivili.itioti, construct a Itnilraad from Portland,' employ as many subordinate woilis'i
and an increasing tendency to emulate Oregon, to the Caseatlu Mountain. ' " ':' be required.
i Iclto has iioeu c'onliriui!il I i...,:,, . , 7i ,.
. , ii..?' "' iclening to the prob.ihe rdnK
gent lor f-rando Hotide, ,K. i(U.ifio rfiUlu , , , "
rep.rl of the conferencut Young says, in hit tharaitmitic '
... .i im . i .t... "ili.ii ii .i i... i i .....
the manners mid habits ol civilized poo- , Charles Lafollclto has boeu confirm ml
pie. During the laat lour or five years as Indian Age
their savage ways liaxe forsaken thein Ogn. The
to mi uiilooked tor extent, and they committee, on tho bill to repeal thu "that it must be a,d d oor relics
now place gnat store bv both "Hoston" Tenure of Oflbo Act his been agreed ! l,IMl Cil"'1 !,"a " nilro.id."
law and turnip. These arc auspicious to by 100 to 07 in the House and IS to
symptoms, mid auger favorably for tho 8 in the Senate. All D.tnocraH voted ,
Inline, il the Indians are jiidteiouslx against it. Tliu conference report te-
managed. peals the two first sections ol the nrig-
l'he Goose Lake lever is raging with lual act. Tho first section of tins Sen-
undiminished fury, und the continuous , ate bill stands. Thu 2d section cm-
stieain ol land hunters, pouring over powers the President, during tho recess
the lugged dclilesol the Cascades, puts of Cougrrss to suspend any ollleer
one in mind of the e.xodu to Salmnn except Judges till the i-nJ "I the next
ner some veins ago Some have iv session, mid to njipoiut n new iiteuui-
turned well plcni-cd, havinj.
ot the advantages ol the new country, noiuinatu to fill nil vicni cie whether!
J'KN W.-WX -On Noiidsr.ikflfiM-4.
t.v J. II. Wsdj Eh,., Mr. irlJ v,r t4
Ml-s I .on 14 Cox. all of Jackson Cosii;.
ItU.S.S-On Suit-br, abe tsib ln-U "u lit
lfiififlin K Krss il.trxhlrr,
ne.l well plowed, having found lo- bent, subject lo removal nt his di-crc- iitK.NTJNi)lo Uh-runli rf .trril hi.
ions to huit ihem, wliile others, who tln. The President within thiity i Mth.iu. )omig.i tbll-l .f a ! Ilikt
iii . !.i .i-i ' i i. .i o . ii i i, ' Un-iit-iuo, fit) tl months and Id.,
bably went with exaggerated idea days alter the Senato assembles, f hall ;
liavu toutni their way Hack to our vat- ol tlioo temponnly -nlleiJ 4-r
ley, coin meed that they wero on :i The cllecl of tho eonli rinee report is'
...... . . . . . . i
iciut ymite ciiiiso wiun nicy looiccd lor lo retain llio j r-ivlsiuu requiring the, ttaVINO l.-fi Jexsoii Coanly fr i
a bitter valley than our own Hogtie Senate's consent to re no. "al but il 1e-: -H er,il r'-oin.fl"iutroItt,t Uu
To the Sotithcan
Mr. Judsoii Small, of Lower Kluui
ath Lake, has gone to San Francisco
tociHiuiie into the paiticulais of tin-
ton of the Old Fellows Cemetery, we : suicide olhisbiothet, the Lieutenant,
learn that tlm number ol deaths in the mj l0 ,.,, dinige ot his ellcct-'. r less inquiry eonccruiug th
citv for the pat vear, was twenty-two, ' ... , ., . ,, . , ,, ., ni ,1.,,,i.i ,.,.,,, ,.. :,.ii.
..-iii i . i Last week Cant. Ilaiues an. I Air scope oi iiusouicii cciiuirx iuu
two ot which were 'loin violent causes ' . l v"l1' " " 1"1 -"r-, ,,.',,
three consumptives, und the balance I "'' at ipieJ to cross hl.m.itli cntein ptirt o! the Mute, und tl
I. I .H I.... I. I. .L- L .. t. . . M .... IS ..
...:... ,1.,. ,...i III .,... ... i a ,. I.. I " ' "ii'inn m im iutiui oi niuna J. I-
l""" "- "vnmu wi tm.- ,-. ii-i .F .- i.i- iMr.ii, ay iioiniy lu fcl.
iiMe suspended oflicer.'. ' OK" I
Notic to Stockkoldui.
As upriua iipproaehc there Is moro I The snuusl meriliia of lbs JflctlM4-f o(
less inquiry concerning .he wide iSitf.US
ie south- liliriSlturApill.priix for lie pirW
,. ,, . i -n-ci.nic iiirrctur ror iuefiiuinxynir,i'
IC rOIUIS I l, Irai.d.ll,,., null nlk.f l.i.l.u. u III
from other natural diseases. Two cnr- Lake in a While-hull boal, on a Mnrniv "v wlilcli settleis oa i gel il.ero. I ln-re f0"" '"r n niiinij.
pses buried in one cemetery wen-from ,:,v. When about six mikh-'nut ure nt preson' but t-v . mui.-s. tl,.-.t are At n iiockfbi!lW 8rcrnrT
',,1' """, V,v """" " i"--'- heavv g.i e came up, an- t hoy-retreut -firil'-'-'"lu ' W'gons, unless we .'.n .iund Mircbxun. j-
sons who died hi the citv, were taken . :.f ..... .V.V.r:.. lllf, nn.., ,!,..,.... t... ,i,., n,n...
into the country lor burial. In a pop- l" ' ,l" '"' " " " "' ;; ,', "',:' ''..' l, .... rut a tVi c
illation of .1,000 souls, wu think this danger ot ship-wreck to Kowast.i. Ouo o( thee is be the W illatneltc al- HARNESS AND SAJgPLC.
I.- n i .. .i... t . i.i .i... .....i. , i... . ... .. i .. . . . . i... ip..j,,..i..m i..n i ...i.t.i. ' s
pin-.inn v. vii mi liiu lit- iiiiiiiivsii ui im- i- ihii hi iiiuereni varienes oiiiw-ihii. n ""'i vnu .-ii-uiihim innii, wuinii
Coai. Mink Sor.p. Tho Coal mines
on Coese Hay have been sold to parties
in San Francisco, for tho handsoma sum
Mrs. Kerr, formerly of thin place,
II ' 'I I . " . .
y however, of the sucker persuasion, Icids out of the vall-y bj Lebanon, in
nrc found hi immense numbers in the ' I.bm county, Fish Lako and Soda
waters of Klamath, and trapping, hook-i slf-"n" to the ea.t sldu of tho motin
ing and spearing are all the rage among . tains. From thence to Klamath Lake
thu Indians, and such of tho white as, ''v " tvtileineav, but wc aro in
havo time to siiund in that irar. formed there is a imrtblv irood watr-
Messrs. Diggles and Haker of Siski-! on l'' .T!,N l-rl.lr. the nearest
, ," e . A 'route to Klanialh and Goose Lake
you county, tho former a merchant ot . counlrivr). Tho t0 VPr tlu. Cascades
is three uollars torn two-horse wagon;
loose horses per head, t went-live cents;
looso cattle, fifteen cents, nnd sheep
and hogs, throo-cents. There is snow
on tho mountains yet by this route.
The best road to that country is
through Douglas county Into Jackson,
and over the Cascade Mountains by
tho old emigrant trail, liv thin i-nuti.
the emigrant bus a settled country to
Ft. Jones, were over to Ashland a low
days since, and besides purchasing some
spans of tine work horses in our neigh
borhood, invested largely in fnctory
goods. The value of our substantial
woolen fabrics will noon bo realized
throughout tho country, for tho peoplo
cannot long remain blind to their best
lllll'll'SlB. . , t , ,T , ' ' .
v ,.;.,. ,..,: . ii.. travcI -''rough as well as a good made
No surprise parties, serenades, balls, road. Tho expenses by this latter
or anything of like nature have occur- route will bo more as far as tolls art
red in Ashland of late, and tho friends concerned than tho way first mentioned,
ol such amusements think social spirits I "lu " , cu:i UIW'", ' prooauiy
are at n low ebb Since. Mr 11 lm!.n.n moro t,1!l" ,na"e "I-")' th' convenience
lvi- i ii cnOj ot traveling. Families will find it
. Mtlhoimn so suddenly, no couple much moro comfortable traveling by
has faced tho by menial altar, and in tho Jacksonville routo than to tass 'the
Yreka for the nnrposo of giving the him nmmn,i . .a i. A , '
!XVU6t9tlWr,peedat"n,Yrek,,'ndUn wllk exoellent J
Fatal Aitiiikm ik Uhpqua. Wo
aro ngaiu placed under obligations to
Mr. J. It. Whittlesev, Telegraph agent
nt.Canyonville lor the following:
Canyonville, April 1st. W. W. Juild
who was gno ot tho first settlers of Uuip
qua valley, net with n fatal accident
this morning by tho kick of n horse,
which resulted in his death nt 4, p. m.
Mr. Judd was much respected and bo
loved by all who know him,
AmiAYjomitt Coast. On Monday.
21st nit., an nh"ray occurred noar Pis
tol Itivor, about nine miles south of
Ellcnsbiirg, in which a man named
Tom Dolati was dangerously, perhaps
fatally, slabbed by onu Chris, Mulkey.
The difficulty commenced in a dispute
about a mining claim.
Not Dkad. Andy Johnson is still
alive, notwithstanding thu Uwi that
tho Saummento Union publishes a long
obituary on him. Ho lives to verify
tho old proverb that; "the good die
Short timo commenced on the Ore
gon and Califo-nia Stage lino on Thurs
day, the 1st intt. Schedule timo bo
tween Portland uud Saoramonto is
seven days, but tho company intend to
make better timo this coming summor.
"Harbary Coast" is the nain.i given
nnd accepted for that portion of Pacific
street, Sun Francisco, occupied as dead
falls for greenhorns, who, as soon an
they nrrivo in the city, must see i'hc
A gr.'at firo occurred at St. L'ltiis on
tlio "nil, nit ...,...,. .1.. ...
-...., ..,.,, ,MUu iuu picamorn. i - - i.. nuum m mu pui i iwni nro well uroDarori." Cannot aan
Tho loss in cargoes is estimated at Tn u'lTi yo,nr MraUt'' 0i 00o I 'blf men undorstand by thi acr that
3flO,O06-in steamers at tmo.oao . Ii " ..7 l hJm."! ""wn.ent. 'Ob,', tbo rooks about White Pino aro net all
n,i,. III-, villi .'ail'l MntlPA hut I ,..l, il.il-. -O 1ULI.. tn I. . .
hwm v .hui i uniioiineii aure io mrn
out mi immenso humbug. There art
good mines thero, bat too many people
aro arte? them. The rush lemrtwrtloM.
nblo to the alM of Ot buMf ,
tho language of ttJacksonvillo damsel
tho young men uro muchly irten, and
w.i think, since tho clrcumstanco men
tioned nboVo, thnt they havo got an
idea, of marrying for wealth. Only' a
few daya ngo u handsome son of Kng
land, who hnd bocomo smitten with an
Ashland beauty, wos heard anxiously
enquiring it she had an estate.
Ashland, March 31st, 1(100,
Mrs. James M. Smith, writing to tho
New York Obterver a lea-iipg reli
gious journal on tho subject ot dano
ing, saya: "A man well known in seel
"ty who coujd not rlauce was sitting
at a party, near a youug lady, watok
ing tho mazes ot a Gorman1 Ho
mountains directly from to this valley.
ii is uiuercni uioagn witii large
droves ol looso stock, as tho feed cast
of tbo mountains is much better than
can bo found on thu went side, unless
tho drover resorts fo purchasing hay
and grain. There is no danger from
Indians on either route. A Ibany Dem
turned to her, knowing her well an
said: 'I wish you wmild let mo pu
said he. 'vnu can't lnno u..t r
ACathollo Academy Ii. to bo iiik.iw.,1 'i,w ,,,,'t'nw. All tho- young
nYrekanext F.l i :'? ,. mT ,,I,VV l,,llr nrm bot the Kirl
rret?alivairoMOan.V? S,'AW w",,'u.,, " Wouldn't I have the
ira to arrive iron Canada te ruu it. tana privilege, though I tit itill.
A Camfohnia I'aprk's Ocinion ov
Wmitk PrNK. TI;o Marysvillo Attpeal
of a late dato says : "Our people go
to White Pino to prospect, but White
Piners cro somewhere else. Tlia White
Pine News ot the Oth inst. saya "a proa
pectiug party under Jas. IJasey haa
left 'treasure City and haa gone Jn the
direction of Btcptoe mountain. They
mayiirospect in tho Wnsatyh range,
wlilofi is south of Salt Lake. Tho par
ty will bo absent for several Months,
ami nro wcu prepared." cannot
J. d Ihr .lock ol llrary Jwif '.-will ooatisM
the btisluos il IbtoW '!. Ml CWJIforiU
j$lrvtt. wbtrs be will pro rUscTt mUk
sit snides la bis Hot, tl rtdscsi ftkn:
llMKir ! WaiMHaraetit
Whlaw aawl WWj Ltml
KaaltlltB. Bristles aa Halter
Mstcaies. Spain ,Jm. avc.
A Ur Mertswnt of Cows) Collsn ut
nsmrMtlafsetsmr arlkU soon U
sddl see llsraess lrs4.
Csrrlsxt irl-mlsn oa aa4, toil CvriuM
trlaaMd to order, wllb otasatl(llr
8r OftTMUOTft DBPOTI
Tbt b stock or guns, pstest an4 boare
nintls rlM aasi sbol funs, tll ixl ! i
rcTolrer of Ibe lUt psUnU pocid pl'f'';
neat, f.aat.11 aa4 powerfsl ; dsrlaftre. lit Uleil
sndbest. 11 tbcK goods wrratH.
Also tbs best kinds of powder rod sew
disks all sorts of shot led sbot-pos: tr
wd, aad evtff tblec In Ibe tfertaeu'i "
old at ressoasbls rmirn. ,
Rrptlrlag cbespljr and ponsplly fwJ
sud wbotrer doebu the words, ottdwij "
MILLER' A RYAN.
JMkMavlllc, Msrch Mib.
fat lit Malt af IM Kt4e)M.
Gtve) P. Fatack, OteeaeH.
NOTICIII aertky flvea ."st"?!
red bars beta appelated 4dBiwktakM
sM estate, sad tbst all pwni esvitf f"
aaalMt paid esuU are rrqalrrd te pn"'J?5
with proper veaebrrs, le lbs "
lae'r oatess. la Ike towa of Jsekseafllls.wei
tli iBoatka fros lae dale of tali Bells.
Msrch Clb, 1S.
CMbSain TialllUfi ...
TIS peblle ate kiferaHd lUt oW ?2?
Sawa-W.oa WsgawOrsek. at J
rusk. U aew la swoesMful eaenU; fl
are mptn to I araUk MUs as sepsriM laawr
at akeriMltee, aad Ike lowest ...
We mlta sktsuAillv resewawad to Ik paww,
lla.H.T.aMMAaB.laloertk View !?.
dry, wke plaaaea
adklsUlP aadaai i
tied, aa4 Its i.aM j "
jtM-tMafcV atesejlal 'fT