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«s prfc an affajr flu sl the L m of Ihe frotn States of Co to-dqy i it w B boa Id it* df ! I oat the people occupy I acconfl- obtained if Ijn veswd ijn tight* i«r eaccetjd prob* position receive a contrail ID tbe It wad time many points amaig ire some My sac__., extea- to *c- ra 1- rail* »y for the jbaa b^n tbe M«i- b^tbout _30 ot · Ejiti Drlv*n fro UB San I- randa^o b the Aelto- tlon, tl*ty Seek. a. Home In tbe fr«»U KFKCTAL DISPATCH TO THEj OBO-JONIAN I NEW YOSK Marcb 3 --The //era; f ears that the announcement thai several hundre i Chi neje are on the way to New \ rk has aeral faatiafaction among board ng honte wot. expect to reap a rich harvej' ve {.reparations are being made to i .come the refugees Add tional r i inb h t n engage* in anticipation of a general m II of celestials and the prospect seerm bright for a I who are disposed to q u i t Francisco aud make their home ID the me tropolis Xesterday! a Chinaman and hta wife arrived f ota the railway depot at the houae of Ke£ in Molt strt*«t They are tbe vanguard o' 4" irnmfc. se army of aloiund eed exit a who are about, to pour into thn city if the situation continues to oe serious Ihe Chi nrae laJy waa well dressed* aud good lookmp; He? husband fearing tbat a general mastiacie wwai about U take place f a *iap Francisco brought be? nere AJtler relating the details of the present mote ment in San Francisco the lady req le ed to be taken to Chin L^ng Pin the Chinese tniUlster who is at present tu Washington Go being informed of bid wbeiteaboais she paid a visii to some friends of tbe minister wbo live in tbe upper portion of the city A boat thfee wdeks ago a Chinaman named Ah Hee arrived there from China with his wife and children BJ numerous were the stories he was told by his pig*taiied brethren that he started at once for New York A. reporter saw Ah Hee and wtfe at 104 Park yesterday and Jea-netl from theta that thev w-erq well s$t sBed with Mew Yorfc and endeavor to persuade Saa Fraaciflco Chinese to Cpme past Tbe Call for aid movement is spreading tQr*or Among Chinamen Tbey are arriving at tae rate of about twenty a day and some write back sucb f-ivurable reports that-others are ready to follow The celestials have eacired leases of nearly every store m tie lower end of ttott street Tbey asked Rutgers fire company to le tse them the ing at No 3, bat the company responded by saying that they would sooner poll-down the building than allow a single Chinaman to live an it. Tom Lee offered a taiga advance on the present rant of tha place bat was flateity reloaed, on the ground that Chines^ a niaisonce A determined effort is being made by property holders in the upper en d of Mott street 16 prevent the Colony ffotn Bpeadiog, and to a^t of high rants they dveU Btohct denial They feeli that If tbe Chinese gbt^ifiltilent headway tbey will take of that qoarier of the city The taotida emplojred by the Chinese to get poa of a boose next door Is tn disgust ten**: ta wbo leflte, aud then they offer to pay · good at 01 m rent . K | the , ! THJfi QTJKSXIOS. A l C I the the Mr cii a.ud Ttio rottd iiu i UT fc uable the time The gati line tbe ed the Hoe The ninhea of tho from been ndd and each cret City, face from A road Judge lines the Oo now of aud omiKB tense

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  1. Morning Oregonian,
  2. 04 Mar 1880, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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