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About Oregon spectator. (Oregon City, O.T. [i.e. Or.]) 1846-1855 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1853)
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rillDAY, SKPT..MHKU a. Ir-M.
Ruinr Hlxcr .Inltrn
There are wars and rumor, of mm from
thii quarter, hut as far at e have becnlof Uc h( many -,,, (,mi
able to judge, there ii coiiMilerably more ,)tV(l hai, lMf )Mmf w rf(Iucf, ,h ,Wy
of tha latter than of the former. Pretlv . lp..piv ,,.., ...fficlcnt todraw them
nearly all tho latest accounts are of a
doubtful character. The whole truth
might be (iimnied up in a few lines; pot.
ibly the following guess at the facta max
come as near the truth ns that which la
given out as authentic. I
In all. there have l-een some ten or
twelve white person, killed including
tho.ewen.eiiiioncdt.,., week The num.
bcr of Indian, killed n.av be double that
of the white.. The while, have been !
lacked generally in .mall number., and.
in mo.t instances u -xpccledly and from
concealed place Xo regular battle !'
yet taken place; but mutual feeling, of
hostility exi.i on both .Me.. Tho people
of Yreka and other adjicent local.tie.
sympathiso with the white .oilier., and
have volunteered effective a. t i the way
of munition, of war and men to u.e them.
While on the other hand the Indian. 111
the vicinity o Jaeatonullo have tho eo.
operation of their ne.gl.U.ring tribe., and
commnnication i. waylaiJ, ami the .up.
plie. for that quarter measurably cut on".
If the quanlitv on hand i very timiled,
we fear tho ditre, nny be augmented
very much from :lu. came. Ammuni
tiou and arm. aro both .carce with tho
whiiea. The Indian, arc well armed and
have plenty of ammunition
It will be Ken by our Althome cor.
re,pondenco that Judge Skinner wa.
among the living up to the ITU, Augu...
Variou. oth.r report, have been in circu.
I.tlon relative to thedea.hofo.her.. One
report wa. to tho effect that C.en. l.ane
had been killed whjcl, grew, probaLiv.
out of the fact that hi. party were attack-
. ... J, . ,
eu at the moutti ortho Lanvon and two of
, , , ,
the men killed. Th.a much-from what
we can le.rn-i.true He ... attacked! , , lM hlf Jij(1
.t the C.n,on on the ISih. .ih the rrtuli , h- oe ,,,. , woul(1
.tated above. V dinvnt jf lhe ,,ock war. in anything
rerwni with famine, have been, and . . . ... ., ... .,. ..
.... , 1 like at good condition at the outcome aa
are atiU in a critical situation. In many , .. - .1 ..
, , . , , . , . . when they commence the journey.
in.tai.ee. dnven from their homi. badly M f oofc , .,,, ,
frigh.ened, and crowded toge.her-a great wm (hn ,,t , ,,, ,hoir Iotk I
deal too tuck for comfort-mlo .mall ,hc olher ,Moof ,he moum.,n, .,t vc.r.
,ou.c. and even then .utlaring the or. , fM M four.fft,ltof .,, le
kind of dread. I nder uth (.ircumttan- . . , ,. ., M .... r.i
, , , ..... atock left there perished by reaaon or the
cea their fute I, certain v to be deplored. , , , , ,, . ., , . ..
1 deep snow that fell in the winter. It wa.
The Indians arc revengeful, though ceru(njy ,ery uncxwcted aa well aa un.
they .ccrn bent upon plunder more than ulUttl. ".pi. MOlta ,,,ner,v ihroucliout
the shedding of blood; but tho whin a are Oregon were poorly provided for at tho
highly cxa.pcratrd, and arc determined, ,ime both for man and Uavl. Thi.prov.a
they .a, to exterminate tho race. Thi. ,,, it w unu,ua( lnd a. fir a. wo
resolution may prove somnvvhat Jitr.cull ,, ,j experience, vs.. much the ae
to carry out. The hid.t-M retreat, of the, ,, wlntcr we have fel, ,I1C0 wc liale
Indian, are loo rmmcrou and dilTicult for ccn Ore"n.
the whites.io routllhem ;, and it is useless 1 T(0,e 0f ",." citilrns who have friends
for a .mall party lo attempt to dislodge rcmtil(.I0n ,lf roaJ woulj Jo tt1 l0
them from their lurking places. g0 hem Uincly ,uccor L ,,., re.
A general deposition appears to per. member that a friend in time of need is a
x-ade the mind, of thelites to kill all thc frPnd indeed. Peed font' will bofjiind
Indians they come acro. Thc extinc l0 I much more plentiful this than lat
tion of the enure races in that rtgion iv Jcar c ,,,,k ; but the price, of produce
lhe almojl unannn m, .. iitimeiil. Mat. LiKTotTicr articles of comumption will be
lers have arrived at vucli a il.gtee of des ,erv little le., Kan, than they were at
peralion on the part of the whites as was (iaf time.
never heloro uitnestcl in Oregon.
t'pon this subjict wc quite the follow.
ing from ih orrep'ndii.ei) of the Alta
California, doted at Crcscu.t City, Aug.
I.nte nrrivuU fr 1111 Ju. IwhiviIIi , Ore
gin, bring 111 mitlligmi f u'lent distur
baiice. In llie IimIwiix. It i, uM that the
Hogue river, hlunuihs (nf th upper Three e'.icrs for Marion, ir tho cheer
count)) and Shmias are oinhinnl, A .,cafct.,.
number of tha w Inn shave hem killed and ' , -.
woui.ded.aniongwhoniarusM-rjIorniy. ctrSinco publishing our first number
own acquaintances. Mr I bomas Wtl s , . . ... . ., ., , .,
d'.o l morullv wounded; Mr. U UHa w il.. erection of the
Dunn w.ts.hnt In lhe ahnuld.-r and wrixlj Clackamas bridge havo Iwen opened and
Mr. Ith'ules Nuland was ''illid, besides a thn work rO'Coinmcnccd in earnest. It is
number of othi rs. Mr. J. I.wis had nix 'expected that it will be completed this
mules killed, besides a number of others, ir.ii
The citizens of southern Oregon, so uni. 1 ...,.,, . , .. , , , '
formly taking side, w ill, tho ,n, rnecu. ' Nc,, ,0 ,h"' ln '"lnco is the bridg-
ted Indians, havo now an opportunity, In '"B 0,',,'9 Tualatin river on the road leud-
the kindness of their In arts, in render a ing to Lafayette. It is much needed, and
peace oaring to dillVrint ttlb. a. Some t,0 s(.ttUrs beyond tho Tualatin havo but
of the 8o, of America, beheving thai tho ,,,, 0 , y ,f
blood of freemen called from the ground Z
for vengeanco, took their peace oHeringa
ill their hands and went tn meet tho iava
gcs. One of tho first votaries olfered upon
the altar was Sam, one of, thu chiefs oflhe
Kogue It Ivors, and brother to Joe, tho
head chief. Ho had fortified Teblo Keck,
and wuh his band awaited the attack.
The next onslaught was to have been
made upon Joe and hl warrior.. Should
the citizen, of that orfy (Muntry alloicH,
the war will be terminated before the next
This morning our eighteen pounder
vomiting forth ill volume, of fir. and
moke, denoted the arrival of one of your
pretty veaiela from San Francisco. lie.
fore the reverberation, from our rocks and
hore. had .ubshJrd, onco mora wa. lhe
Iron throat greeting In thunder lone, the
ppear.nce otourittamcr, lhe Hunt.
J. 3. V.
The -Unte iMMlpuHli
Tho curly immigrant, got along llili
season remarkably welt. There u lit
tle or no sicklies. Th grass w as plenty
'nil good, ami the dust wi, e-omparallic
Iv, but little troulilc Tho situation of
'those still behind, wi regret to leant, it
. (ilcal. So much slock haa ilierl
along. Teama that had from lour to six
yoke of oxen when they left Tort Hull,
many of them, when they arrived at the
I'tnatilla, had but one and iwoynkc.
The ttock of the rear immigrant ha
,uircrcj linmenely fir the want ofgruss,
. idJfd () ie a,nKW ,u(roc,I1(,
clfluJlof dutl provri, ln llo nm n,
CM ,, ,h, , ..,,,,, wuM" b,.,
hf ,r poflr am, jtJc, , jM,n -, ,,5, wi
,0,B ,, ,Hp ,0 much fl)r n)iny ,o
ho h l)fy wou,j m,k( ,.,, ripl,,.t
L, w(), f(m ou( of nro,.,j01. T,,u,
tr,llon wil ,ringon sickncs.and .ick.
nMf (lfilh Vrry fcw jfh, ,,,, ,
,lMe ,,,! imong ,ho fl, immlgl,,1t,
lnf ,, Thov ,,, ql)it.ker ,,,.,
,j lh(.,r,tocUooke.! belter lhan thoie of
any fjrm(,r ,,,,.
w. , ,, pUy lllole w10 ny lm,p
,,10 m,,forlun, , h.'vebeen in theCaacade
,,, during the rain on Ja.tTue.day
nj h, lnJ ,ho folIowi lUy, .. Thc ,ug
of war" only cornea when the immigrant
gel. into the Caicado mountain. ; audi ia
particularly the caao when thc arrival 1,
late in the acaaon, aay any time after the
middle of Septsmber.
I'craon. having friend, on the road would
do them a kiudncx to per.uade them not
to attempt to crow the mountain, afler the
norlml unhlVMflimril. 1 hev mull COUIIt
.... ... . . H..koi .nv.t,!n ...
m mn (ha ,im() fc entf ,he ,,,.
UM mM , h h Th) ,,,,
ha( were ,,, ., B ,.,
,.qr tock w ., f , M up ,ong ,.
fon he ioJ we aYe Btmw ,rrivc,
,.crin,naw. 5UCCeci,cd ingCiB through
, . .1. i e c - i t :. .i.
a late a. the lat orSjeBtember. I1 1 also
. ... . . ,. ,. .. ..
true that more dock haa died m the moun.
. .,.,.. , rlv ap f. .- , ...
PATltmnc. We learned a few days
since that some twentv six volunteers,
eager for war, had iik-I ut .Sale.11 uml tier.
led J. W. Ncsinith Captiini. Tim inovt
of tho company was r.utd in Mariuu
county, I In')' urc, no doubt, by tin.
lime, rretlv ncur ihn tone of uuliw.
(& What a puffing there would be If
It was generally known thai Preston,
O'N'eil &i Co, had rocetved . very choioe
article of cig.ra . few day. ago shipped
for private use. Tho aever.l bunchea we
received .re duly acknowledged.
KT We le.rn from lhe Orrgonl.n that
lhe lone Indian wh ha. been in cinflne
men! at Portland for aome time, on lhe
charge of horae stealing, and who wa. nn.
tenced to tho penitentiary for three year.,
ha. vamosed tha ranoh.
03" Th. conimuuioallon of I'hllos, in.
tended for this week', laaue, came lo hand
too l.to for this number. We will cheer,
fully give ll plac. mil w.ek.v
Wliitl lhe Dt-tnocrmla nr.
Wc timl that lhe imirmuriiigs against
the Washington Union aro nut confined to
tho Democratic Hericte ; hut it comes from
various sources. 'I lir general lone of tin
democratic press seems decidedly to favor
tho Ywitiif .Wrif.1 doctrine. It doe not li"iineM oonuecled with Ins religious bo
.and out, however, In very hold relief as 'lief Some thing, are tolerated, )e, mid
lo what tide of the qne.limi of Young fostered there, under tho guise nl ri ligioii,
American progression President Pierce in that am hlghl) reprehensible Tim ub
dine, moat A writer from Wnhlnglon joinid letter, written lo the St l.ouis lie
tolheWeekl) Timet givn Mine lull" in 'publican, coiitnins tmiih ndnee jusi such
ugh! into matters ami things at the Capl asever.v person w I lulilatesntripiieross
tol, in the following tin plauia should he in p-'ss, ssmu of , uml
In our two or three last letters we in it aiicli Information as we would unpail
t'lrnitd vour renders of tha ell'orts of the llio l'sl fru ud vte lime in tlicwmll.
President tncoiieiliate the various factions, .j.10 rcM nur with us is what could
il the psri), Unp..rchas0 and ...le prin-1. nJiu ( . nnM)(. MJ( ( ,,,
Cll'lia. aim iiiiimairii nur learsuiui uiere-.
,11V would 1101 probably in. no a re. llllon ' "" "I"1 ' ' oflhe immigraul
of the experiment. Uecenl o.ellls prove Messrs KlUtims. Per Iho benefit of
my fears not nllogether unfiiuhdcil, aiiieo tho traveling publio whonie iuteiiding to
at'a Suite Ceiiventionnf the deiniK rai'v of cross thu Pluius the ensuing sean, I have.
New llanipsliiies held a abort lime urn, ' deemed tlittt a few suggestions might Ik- (
Hon. Kdinund llurke, formerlyComuus ilimely uudprulilable, wlnih, il cousidend 1
aiomrul the Paleiil Oll'iie, olferi-d a resn ot aullieient imp irtaiice, )ou are al liber. !
lulion repudiating lhe sdic) of the adiiiiu ty lo publish.
istraliou in relation to apiMiiitmeuts. Th Men traveling to the mine, aro jfleu
remdution was votid down, but Mr Ituike lid b) Iho impulse ol speculation to as
was made President of the Cuiivintnm, siiiue duties ami make i-ugageineiita uller p
thus virtual) x conceding to Mr. Ituiki- ly iiiihissiIiIi lo be fullilled, ami to enter
and Ills rriemis the fact thai lhe complaint tiun expectations m hie limits! unavoidabl)
emboiticd in thn resolution of Mr llurke fail.
was not altogether without luumUlinn in The) shmild rnnsidi r before thex start
truth. Thus lar lhe trophies of our late upon this jourue), that uow, if never b.
victory have fallen into lhe hands ol 1 fore, will lw taxed, and brought into re
eleventh hour soldiers, while outside of ijuisitiun, sell their fiiiheariiiie'e, coiirtes),
Oregon the "old guard" of tho demoe-raov patunee, iitauhiKxl vigilance, null ring t
liava been deeplv uegleeled. We appro, severance, and charitable lerliugs. Pi r
hend nothing to the advantage of tho par haps there is (io one thing thai will trv n
IV fn'm tin: ""' siiiii of siitieal 1111111 111 all llise virluia iquallou tup
rewards, and we reckon lernbl) without wiiliovleaiiisaero.sihe Pleuis It st.jul.l
our host if the Senate do not in lhe legili- lie well therel ire not to be 111 a hurry or
mate and proper exrei of it. constitu. jt excited. u one .Imold euigage to
lional preroaiive, plow up for replanting make the trip 111 a. certain iiiiml'f -vi.r da)
aome of the clu'ice di.11111911 ami frresotl for ho eau know bill little what lundraii
seed.seattcred over iho country siaec the ccs may iuttrsie, what im'iliiniiils he
fourth of Match last. Miirmurings nl ma) have to overcome. Men should be
this liaturo are rife in Washington, ami careful of their supplhs.aml not waste
wSat is more than this, tho masses in the lliem, or consuuin too gri at a priqiortioii,
country evince a f elingof dissatiifaclion (as 1. too ollen Ihi- e-ase) 10 tho early pan
even more violent than that of Senators. 1 of the trip, for they are usually wanti-,1
We shall therefore look for the rejection ln'fore lhe journex is ae-emiiplished Cat.
of more than 0110 of thc re-cent fire ign and 'llo ahould not bo hurried, nor ln'nd
home apKititiucnt.. Thi. fee-liny ol ills. ' There is nothing o cruel or discouraging
satisfaetiun is not a little augmented b) a to animals as to Ui cniitiiiually U.lnn.
rumor that the claims ef Dougl.s lo lhe Ilium with the whip , 11 will i .111.0 ili.-in 1.1
Presidency arc, by thc consent ul thargisc out and die iiku the route, linat
distinguished geiHleman, and under an kindness shonhl alnax a U ahowxi and c-x
arrangement with tho present eirculive, ereited toward annuals hunting out the
lo bo postponed bo) ond 61I in favor of Mr U-l plaees for them .i fee ,1, ami keeping
Pierce. Wc shall look lo the Democratic thviii on it; (ae they would when tin d,
National ('oiivcnlioii Tor a repudiation of rather do without calm,', than lo hunt for
all such bargainings. The democratic find, and lliry should aSo have plenly nf
masses of the country we know to lie
sound, and it ia there that lhe heart of
patriotism alwrys implicitly confides."
Tho power behind the lAreitf is more
potent than thc ihrono itself. Wo will
venture a thaler that thero ia not a sum.
, 1 1 .1 . r I xou rauu wiiii ineiu, id so 11 sin lair
lar case on record where tho printing of ,,, KmK w,n . . ,,,. for
the list or Icliershas been carried uffliri) ,(.lr prupoII).. Always bo 011 ) our guard
miles out of one county to another for pub .gainst surprise ; and to enable 11111 to ilu
lication. 'i'hero are peculiar circilinvtan thin, a sulhuieiit niiiiitmr should join to
ce, connected with this mailer, which g-lhcr. that guard duly may not U.-ome-,.
L 1 i- 1 11 1 1 , too biirdrnsome, for ) oil imghl better have
makes this an unheard of and unparalleled '(1(J .j m, 010,fal , ,,umU.r ,,,
stretch of wwer, or excrciso of privilege , H po,i
it rnalti rs not by what namu it is called If you tako Sail iake 111 )oir route.
When we hear inen loud in their pmfes- you tan procure mail) artiLleslhuroiiiui.il
siont of favor and approval of anvprojecl, eheapirlh.n lo haul them. Croi-eriin,
" , . , and ull kindsnf filling up, arc expiimvii.
we take it for g'anled the) mean what ,u, ,iJllri , j,, , cat, be purchasr.l ,
they sayt .. Is particularly the case ,in sjjai,.,, , ,, be had III any qiiarilll, nl
when men of respectability, or those who 11 price not ,-xci cding from II tu 9 III ir
have mine claim to it at least, are the pro huiidr.d. and was mil last xuir as low a,
, ,, . 1 .1 -J andtj.l. egi tables run gi uerally b.
fe.xors. Pn.viou, 10 ourco.ning here the illRll ,)U, .ifu,,,!, f ,,.;, an, ..-..r. e.
person who arts as Post Mavtir, said In uld fauri be, f frum lo )'.' i-in's, mil
was A'urt an I loulin iheprojict of having ,urk fr.in 'JO lo 'J.l cents per p-niii I. I!x
a newspaper 111 Oregon City. "If wc' changes nf propeitv aro fri-qm nil) mad ,
cannot huxv c-xattly what vn- "want" said .much to thn benefit of lhe Iran l r, and
hu "wc ought wl.dc.iiMiifr.viiyliow" as vvli' t"'-k has recruited, also tho U
, " , ' , ,. fit nfthe emens; but il Is Tar the lin.l
much aa l a),L.Mar. wire not choox. (C0inmi(,1, fMll. C111I.WI1, , .,k such
era. It was mentioned to us, loo, moro ruri) ,(r ,is slock, llut by r. Ming a few
tlian.thnu weeks ago, lint iho list eouhl ,a)s, will euuble him to keep his inv 11, us
in,! i-furni.h' d for tho first issue, as it iisiiill) tho.o lh.it are 1 xt hango I fall 111
could not ho 'made out according to law" "' "'' l""'1; "' 'j-c'laiors, who are mm k
, . ,. in l.r I lie lest liir.'iiuis,
until alter lh" ISlh uf August. Our pa. "
, ., V i 11. Il has homi limes bi ell l'ie pi.ll llio In
P,;r!",l'r'' ' "'' "y ''"' lu'-1, halite thu 1110.!.) of travel. it thi. p .int.
ler date another uxeuso was hatched up, Hll, jlposc'i.r nil the heavy b.ig.' w.ig
vi.: that the list could nol bo mad.) mil uus, iVu., and proceuil fruiu this suul w.h
bceJrc tlm express left for the mine., as it pack-animals. This sometimes oxped
would luko out probably a hundred l-t. , "'" "f,' b" l mA l, '" "" UI,"1I
.' ,, , ' , - .'recruit his atock, mid Ihen nrrive nt Ihu
tcrs or moro. ull, the expresi fi, and ' Hl(,rfl) jfua,, i,cn)r MI0Wi j, j, ll( 0(11
tho list of I. tiers followed on its heels j ' plhcd at considerable sucrilii-o as wngons
but not exactly liko the- cxpn ss, it called ut'lhis place aro sold ut a loss, uml in Ca.
a halt at Salem. This prove one thing jifomia, command n fair profit.
to us-lh.it some muii havo no mind of' l iraveling Ihrougli iho settlement., if
their nwn.and have hut l.ttlo regard for V" !' '" l"'Y 'Y 'S"'
,,,",, time, it is best Tor you first to gel a good
ll...,r .,nm .1 .,..,1 .......I, l.uu r..r il... ti.W '. .S1. . "
""" l"" "" " ' '" " "
regulating thu matter. Soinu pcoplu havo
queer ideas of duty.
tK7-'llio State Central Democratic Con
vention, met in Now York on Ihu IHlb,
and passed resolutions approving the l.
icy of President Pierce, and leaving Mr.
Marcy out. Tho Uarnburuera finding
Iheinselvca In a minority, ladled iho Con
vention. Tho Hunkers then fixed upon
lb. 13th of September for a Convention
to nominate State Officers.
OtrTh. Lancaster town clock was put
up In 17(44 .1 a cost of JCOSO. Sine, ilia I
time the clock ha. been cleaned twice,
and with the exception of new weight
ropes, ha. never cos! the county ono cent
S . . i i
(KrTho editor of the Now Orle.n. Pic
ayuno ha. boenshown a aamplo nf .alt
taken from a .alttlrtMncar Corpus Chris.
tl, Texas, ll wa. clear, clean, well
cryttalixcd, and of excellent ta.to. Tho
supply it .aid to be Inexh.uitlbl..
l.e-llrr Irani llrllhnm Young.
I huro is noinc good occasionally coming
nut of Nazareth. A great ileal of (null
him been round uli llrlghani Young, ami
denunciations hate devil hurleil at lilni
from many quartern, for apparent Jioett
Arriving among Indians, it is sometimes
tho cam, that emigrants shoot at them
without cause. Thev should always ln 1
irealcil with kinUiii .s. Imt 110 i-irtuiiit y
should bo given for them lo steal, (live
tliein provisimis and cloihiug if you have
' -""c,ml let lliem g. away 111 peace
l'.ation lor vour slock, n cooil teed, at a
dislauto Iroin tho fields, and le aving them
list llin fsttfa T n rnwul lift nl j fails ri lavliia
lit tiasj wssjisi f aa n iivisioimkii t b'
should Ihi made rcsiKinsibln for them. You
can repair lu tho city or settlement where
you wish to slay, but soma ono or Iho
--r. f - .
company should frequently look afler Iho
anln-als, asthoy are likely to stray from
tho herdsman, and oft lime, by a lillle
care difficulty is avoided. Much feed Is
often destroyed in conscquenco of lira be.
Ing lofi at camps, catching in Iho grass
and burning il up ; and soino have oven
been so destitute ofoonsidoralion, aa pur-
fKxiely to set It on fire. Ureal care ahould
to taken to put out your fire, upon break,
ing up camp, fur il proves very Injurious
for such aa travel the same routo after
you especially at tho camping place., lo
find no feed. It ucours often enough by
being eattn, without. 4ta being wantonly
At all of Iho largo streams, and some,
nfthe small ones, you will find farmer,
and trader., anxlou. lo exohangn atock ;
these lai! you will find also al different
oiuts along thermite, ready Intake ml-.
vantage of an) circumstance which inn)
chance In throw a gisid bargain in ihclr
way for bo it known, that Ihls Is Ihclr
uus,es, mm u,,-i,,i.,iyii mm ,as nn'tigm
., .1 il 1 . , ,.,
them there. I'liiiigraiita Unix douilles
avail themselves hencficiallv nfll pp r
tun it X thus alf uded In exnhiinge sinek,
but let all Ikmiii their uuaid in tiiidmg
les they gel put up,., in. 1,'iK win, I,
nlthoiigh hsik.ug 11 lllUv heller thin, Iheir
own. Iron, hi'iiiu ri-iTuilid 11 l" -lavs,
.1 ..1 ..1... 1.
vithav. pisl bun IpIi (perhaps having
givi 11 mil) bv nllii rs wh . have pienlili .1
tin in, ami will ngnin anon jjivp nut win 11
lull IIIH'II lhe mud
1 ,, . ' , , . 1 ,
I hese nre the paitii-iibir il, ins In win. h
I nmnuximistiiiliriil lh"itt. iilieuol llm
traveh r, us Ihev uie gen. ntllv lell out "I
lll'isi'ilirnlli'lls I..11111I III "he publl. join
nil. giving i.il...ii.aii...i 11,...,. g .1,.
II llllt, UmiUL Il llili Mil I tltliMii' lllhtll ntlii'l
s.,.,, and h,iv.ug.'xpt ..111. .1
wishing Ihul all the si 1 k, rs ofli r g .1.1
iiiav tin I and nhti.iu lhe abiiuihiiiuenl tie ir
heart's desire llltltill Vt l Nl i
Salt Lake C.U. Mar. I. II. I-.VI
IIhimi lb... Mr Wm. II W, 1,1.
as jiisl .''iiimeiiiiil lhe eoiistnu lion ol 11
balanoe. nfasullii lent pnvi r loi.u.e with
ease lhe largest st. ,mhi. or 1 ifwai.
with all th. ir coal, i-urc" ari'l amuiiii' ul
, , ,, .,,,.. .. it
on hoard Ihoadiiiil lilllug ,i.werwill
m.t le los lliau ".illlll Imis. Tins il.n k
Is lii be built fir tin N'ew o,l llahiiie-
I'.xk Ciiii.pauv, who imn have ihr
wo.ks.,1 th" I s-tiil King.. ss-,..t ..I ..
eost nfarailll 91.11 Illlll lhe .1 a k Is to
I- buill al Williamsburg, an I is t . I.. I...
ishid next wmti r. Its dun. mmus will I...
as lillow I eug'h, il7.'i bit, lo, ..III.
111! fiet and di plli :H hrl II ill I"
built of plank n.nl tliul" r s'li ngtli. in d
bv all inilllelle t(l,ed llallH III Jril'l
of sie, il will tar exeenl auv tin",; "I lhe
kind 'l Is tail t in the I nil.d Siitto A
'.'7 e Hav lhe ""iilurv "I tim.rie'r
IligleV is leu Ih'iiisiud .1 dlais . r iiimniii,
win. I' rami r t. olv seven l 'II lis a :n)
This p.ir .lieu, all iwaiup In isp.il Iv
lhe people while g"iii,t ii'i'ilt the Slate
i In lieiii i ring to gi I binis' II ri h I'd
iv mild It not Is. mm Ii more in ).' 'inv
with lhe Ib-mocraex w In, h he pr... ,
to atl, ml lo the duties i. fins othi . I Is ll
I h' litlililinil .if lhe pi.i.le wb.ll lie V
1 1. 1 I all) mail to thee that be shall n I
, ' , ! .
lit. ir lime au-l in niev in goiu are-uu I the
.oiiiitrveti.tmnc.-rii'ig fortune.. Ifl t...
lllgler Is well kl.nwu to the people by Ins
ollicial acts, and hv them lln-v will ju dee
bun, and pntuoiiiie- their v. rdi. I ll.r.i.ial.
lheball.it box 1't.teeerilr (fW ) .'e..'
Prut!' Pmstin.i siatement nf lhe
expenses or priuliu.. I. r lhe Mala, during
the fiseal year .... ling June illlll,. I-VI,
eopiet, ,rom uie ir.y.sui, is iihh., sun
duly i vilified bv lh prop, r ,,lii or. has
been publish.,! by llm I'nmn ami nth. r
pawrs. lhe figur.sslu.w that ll r
moil, sum of . I -..'.17 IHI has U. -n s.,uan
deretl on the friends of lhe presi nl lis
l.ve.o,, tin. preteneiMifpiiiiling fiiriushi .1
the Slate. One Hem atuiie the c. iisti.
returns, io-t lhe Stale $.1., Illlll Th-
work, we kimw, was ex.euled l.y a id,
' . .
ollee ill Sail rum iseei.ai.il ll Is .l.li-l
they rerpivnl l.ss than $1,000 for II. We
shoul'l 111." lo know wlml tip (loi.rnor
has to .iv "ii this subj.,1. for h- di I i.t
ullml" to ,1 in his .p.ec he Hill, ami
.rural item, nre mirk., I. per order "f
lhe tioveinor." C.i'H.i"',' t'liri'ni ele.
Metal I.XTiii'iiilu'.Aiii Srni '- I. no
r.sr Mi I.. in vi.r eitutti null Cu iiiuisie '
Sun e p. mung the foregoing rin.rl.s
r. laling to lb" xira irdiiuirx grniih 'I
Ininnt'n's, M'sr MeVeill A C" Lav.
hrni.gl.t u,lo nur nllii e a mummo'l. wan r
i.iiuitv.hv Mr W S Hawkins wngl.ui..
the ul I in. rubble nm unit nf fifhj llm.
,,.. ,.,,- ,i ,'
This, we nre inform, I, is lhe largest
melon cur raised in Cilifiriua in l..il
in. Ion, riti-Mt nn . at lie rmi., in . .,
far as inf .nn I'lou has obi line I hi I I
. ....... ..... - . .
iie.ghl.rl....l. mid. ...ul.lil I" .r.s.ru I
f,r the ot,,,-..,. wu. i,,nsi..,te i. r.r,
sp.-i urn ii In h" f irvv .i r li-.l ti the Vo' I's
, i,ir v. etiin'iilH I tttiiii
Kis-iri thin Tin M'nhincii i
IV (A. V ) Po I avs , hap in i. limn
villag.-. will, who.i i.e.,u,.li,le,, hnv
Ilia hud firi'ei sugir sold In him ill. H.-d
in the weekly paper llm follow ,.
"N.,Ti.r.-l purel.ised nl u grneerln
this village n .....,.l.v .gar, TnT...
which I nbtuin.tl on;,; hi. in i.r nan,,. r
Iho rascal w ho Phenle!., ie wills, ml lomv
address seven Ki.inds i,r gis.l sugar
scripluro "'"" of restuni ) I will
ba salislied J if not, I shall expose him.
On, 'tho following day nine term pouwl
jmeliiei nf A'r wen. left al his ri si
ilencp, from as many different dealer",
each supposing himself llin person intend.
, " ,,.
OtrTho fir.t numlwrorn now puhlimi-
lion, called lhe")einoaratlo Monthly Un-
view," was issued a few days ugo at
Washington W. II. fowls iV Co., pule
llhlmrs; Ovid P. Johnaon, edllnr. i'he
Union commends It on account of the
"well known ability, strong American
fooling, and pwgresalvo apiril ortlin (-ill.
tor," eve., evo. mnn eiiunr win uovnie
six pages a month for llin first your lu a
faithful history of his nwn life, the success
of thn magazine will ba secured beyond a
contingency. Hi. adventures aa n filll.
buster captain nn tho lllo tiiandn would
alone justify a volume. Chicago Ihm.
OrCharle. II, Mason of Providence has
been appointed Secretary of Slate of thn
Territory of Washington. This ia an nx
cellenl appolntmont fur a oaiiabln anil en
lerprlsina young man, and i. worthily
bestowed. Prev, Jour.
Per iln-tltn;..,, r-pri uinr,
I'roin lln ,tllu.
Mh llniliui As it may Ik, of sninn In.
,,..,, , ,,, , , what i. being ,,in
11 um, linn ,1 11..1 , ,11-. , niv iii.h idsihi'i 111
""K1"' ""' have hud In Uml part of llin
, oiiuli v, I w niibl sa) llnil us lespei Is llin
,,,,,,, l,i the Imliiuis havimr handed
.. .- 1 .. , .. . ,-. . .1... .11-. ...I.. 1..
,,,,, ,.,XM( ,! ,n, he.ure,,
. . , ,
r. .. nle.l, it Is nn true, as l.ir 11. that place
Is enniermil. lhe iniii. rs ei'iiliniird at
wuik vvlthouf any inlerru li'UI frnni tho
,,. 1,1 1
line s. me 11lar.11 has bren siuiad
lh""igh lli.vl I'oiln I the . ouiilr) ami
"ie e-iuu . 111 is iiianilesleil lu lhe lab nl
m.iIuii; III llngi.e lilir vnllev, be
, ,H,r. ak. lb. to In lhe ludi
' "' '"" Inf'.ruud. havo
a.u."Vi d lhe ls.ili.1. il s. Itle.s, killed some
,111 1 ,l,-sti"i,,l si'iue prupertv , and drivril
,, ,. miml-r ..f .tin k llut lhe extent of
( ,,, lt, , ,,,,.1,,, Klnn0ll.
'" ''..mil. s huvi I. II tin ir house., ami
1 wuh lb. ir M's k have goiip lo the I ,,is,ua
, ,,,, . ,,i,rrs have moved l.j Jackson.
,.. . , . ,.,,,,,.,,,,, v.h'aiL'Krrivr.l a
, . ., ,. , - .. ,
I, w ,1 ivs iiieviotis to the I ilh, rroiu 1 reka,
at I.11 k..nville, Sa pr I thai place.
I in. t lieu I. line nn the 1 "lli ugiisl.
, , t.i have pnss.d ihrougli the Can
v () t) ((1 Sub.u.,itlv.'". ipv
. , '
' ' '' '" " '",- ' '' n"" '' ,l"" '" "" "'I'
mg log"lh" iii'l. that .In he we- npulsid
b I In It, hilii- tilth lhe I s nf tini men
I Ins ti as tin loin o
I he mini 1 1 it J.ii ksi i, lie and Apte.
gut. i r , k hiii iinn mJed op. iiitioiia e n
In. Iv , III bi.l all kin Is ul btlsili. ss has
In ii girnili mi. rriipt.-d The report as
in il,.. d.ulh nf Jtil."' Skinner is nnl true,
unless il niiu'r.d slliee the 7,
mil iocs do , nine dn-sii later than that
I be mill' rs at Mllinttsi hnve been doing
nil mil, h.lier, , ihaps, ihiu at mix
tolun r pi resl As to Mtl nwll lliek, I
bav r asm. imviinplaiii Ihaiemab.
nit mil mid ant sallilied with iihal I hate
,,,r x. stent ut . M.tie A C.
, , . . .
lo X out a , biliik llut , ijhi d lill 'tun i s,
hieh, ..I sjltlj p-r ..inn wmi'd tun
I 9ll'.ll II has h. i u ,i,.te hralitiv
I'lnmious hale mm, alian.ing in
' .,H ,,,. ,, r, w M,. ,
, , , , .. , , .,
, h ii '.'Hi, l.ut nn nl III and 4.,, Is el '.'II
'and ""., jsitain. s t.tamt "II nuitms !." esii-l
ii, mnl butlir '' and 91,11(1 lln--.it
,. ,e n lail pners mi Uie Illlll iigusi.
( i(r, , j K
i ... . ,
Kiai.lM. " r -lhe ashiiiglon I n
r. ...hug lhe pmniiuenl parsnut .,1
" l"'' ' day raxs-lx re-
iinrks a. follows
'" ""', r hand...f all furllier ion
n.. imn nr a all n will, tl journals,
"" """ ,l""1 ' ""'luig as iharlv
"'"' le "("lhe lleu.oe'rallu pa.lv
.... al.. V .... .l l'..l..s... al V-i!
" " V ' "' """." "' '"""
When ii,k.ii tin- 'I nl. on" iusiuuatrs tl, ,1
""''hiiig bands isa verv pmper pmc I
";" "" P"' ", ."'-,' I"''"1"; '
tr.I tl..- I'.nou Me siigoest that Ihev
wash lhe,,, where llie wall,gs will fall
huk into lhe Tiiiisurv, win re liny be
I mg '
HV" We wisl, " .in the Pr shvleri.u
(Jinii'eilv !t.in . 'ih.lt Mr I In tins
,-ouhl l- ,i rsiiudiil for imh e, ifeii.lv lor
tie- siik'-nf v.,.,, Iv ami muii to nature, I"
In , n,i,.- a, qUlllltid Willi ''.' di cent in,,,
ft-r ol nov ileun,iiiaii., n I give us his
p'-ilr...! ' ..lis. I to the 'lisr.,,t,f,K hvp.
" "' -,'" ''ti1'1 " i""" ,- ':"; "''
a... I. llung lis nn b".i. -I .nan in l.uglalid
pna. lung lhe t.'.-p.l
I.iii l Xln-.ll - X lolli spollililll ,
,,,, ,, , ,,,, r sav, nf H, (
Wi UiU N( i(i ,.,,, ..,.,
I. in I MuMi - loin , ill nl .1 it
I lii.is. .lb v Sli" bns purehase-l n
I... s-, nil ll is In r pr.'. ut ml. nliun In
s. it e h. ie
Sl,e is nuking In, nils by her
' 'I ' '" '""' '"";) '" ""
know, t" :" agniublo belter than
( 1( ;xml,iriN,,Mm
, , , ( , ul ,n , ,,,,
, la. ...n,,-.!.,,, , relu o Iho New
,.,x.t,.IPol.....i:l.il,.i.n. A largo
,,., fl . furk...farl and
, The i nil, nisi, Is lb-r.M,lt..riho
( n n ,,,,,.
(j-Tho Slain l.lirary at AlbanyN.
y haH,.,, n ,n-,ssi hmoii of the treasotia.
,, ,.es lenen fnuiid concealed in
.x,in.r Andre's Ismls at thnllinnof his
'rniiliire, and ulsolho pass from lien. Ar.
I nold, under wl.lili Andre, as "Mr. John
Smith," wu trnveling.
( prlb" (Jiii'lxo Chronirle iioiiea lhal
.(.t.r, nr wnuteil for lhe r,,e.ing and
permonenlly defining a iinvlgabli channel
' ihrtaiiuliout llin wholp of tho raiids oflhn
,S, (wren.e, front Pre.eolt lo Montreal ;
' ,,,,,.1, GIBnnr to Ihi tint Ions than 'JOO feul
O-V'l ho Philadelphia Inquirer aaya that
ono or Iwn strawberries, taten In the
morning, will oleanso tho mouth delight'
fully i and If applied vvllh a brush lo the
teeth will romovn the tarter more effect,
itally than nny denllfrlco ever Invented,
and givo a delicious fragranoo lo the
ftVllon. John Walton haa boon ap
pointed Deputy Collector of San Fran