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The men that were wounded in the
late battle and taken to Fort Klamath
Protest from Governor Grover.
Frank Trimble, who was killed in the are all doing well. None are in adan-
battle with the Mottoes, formerly lived , gerous condition except Geo. Roberts,
C has . N ickell , E ditor
THE GE EAT LIVER KING!
RR. CHETALIA ,
Ilenry II. Gilfrey, Esq., Gov. Grover’s in Albany.
one of Fairchild’s men, who had two I
Otflcirvl Papel, lor .T i ,«*K m <> ii A c .r.iMi-pKiix*. Private Secretary, was last Monday dis
•A Vegetable Substitute
Two or three portable boatshave been I bullets extracted from his forehead and
patched to the Klamath Lake basin, with
brought down to the Modoc country temple. They are under the treatment
F o n
S aturday morning , F ebruary is , is ; j . the following important communication
from Portland, having been transported of Dr. Skinner,the military surgeon from
to the Indian Peace Commission, which in sections.
T HAS LONG BEEN NEEDED, more especi
Vancouver, who is said to be an excel California St., next door to ‘«Times” Oflice,
ally on tbe Pacific Coast, a remedy for iaactiv-
COL. ALVAN C. G1LLEM
assembles at Linkville to-day :
About 4ti,nnO pounds of commissary, lent physician.
I ity ot tbe Liver.
S tate of O regon , E xecutive O ffice , )
hospital and ordnance stores were for
The Su}>eriority of the River King
S alem , February 10, 1873. j
The Portland Bulletin gives a brief
A dispatch dated Yreka, Feb. 7th, says
over any other remedy introduced consists in tbs
To the Commissioners appointed to warded last week to the- troops in the that David Horn, who took General Gil-
sketch of this gallant officer, whom Gen.
Canby has placed in command of the conclude peace with the Modoc Indians
lem to the front, returned this evening. fjlAKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING
1. It operates upon the Stomach and Liver and
upon the low»r bowels.
He reports all quiet there. The troops
forces to operate against the hostile In
2. It is pleasant to the taste, and does not pro
dians in the Modoc country, which will deeply interested in the results of the
arrived at Van Bremer’s Hill on Tuesday dental rooms in Jacksonville, where he is ful y vince nausea of the stomach.
not fail to be interesting to our read
evening in good condition. The General prepar d to perform al. the usual operations in the 3. it is purely vegetable, nnd does BOt injurs
i the system like mineral remedies
The data is received from a re sire to express to you a few suggestions
had established his headquarters tempo very best style of the dental art.
4. It can be given with ease to children, which
No work will be allowed to leave tho office that
in itself wiH make it popular ms a family medicine.
liable source. C'ol. Gillem is a native of bearing upon the subject about to engage
rarily at that place ; would confer with is not perfect.
has been rather severe of late, and recent General Wheaton to-day and then de
5. Persons of delicate constitution who stinnst
Teeth extracted with very little pain, without
Tennessee, and was appointcal from that your attention.
take pills, will hail it with joy.
From official reports made to me, and
termine whether he would establish his
State to the Military Academy at West
0. It is perfectly harmless, «nd can in nowise
I shall also keep on hand a full supply of supe
headquarters permanently there. There rior Mol Til WASHES, TOOTH BRUSHES, injure you and persons who are troubled with
Point as a cadet, whence lie graduated in from other reliable information, it aj>-
room PICKS, nnd DENTAL MEDICINES,
1351. lie was breveted Second Lieuten [»ears conclusively established that the frozen over, so that they can be traveled are now 200 men at Wheaton's camp and with
which to treat in the nio-t scientific manner Liver Complaint, I)ynpep»ia, Rheuma-
tism, Sick Headache, Dizzinett
100 with Bernard on Clear Lake. ('apt. all diseases of the teeth, gums aveolus and adja
ant of the First Artillery in July of that massacre of eighteen citizens of Oregon on.
of the Head, Drowninesa
■ Perry's Company is divided between cent structures, including neuralgia, head-ac he,
year, and served in Florida against the on the----- th of November last was com
Seminóles. He thus learned early how mitted without provocation and without are all quiet at present. There is at I the protection of the settlers. At Lost ease- dependent on or complicated by decaying and a train of indescribable discuses arising from
a deranged Liver, will find THE LIVER KING
to light Indians. He was made full Sec notice —cutting and shooting men down present but a small force stationed as river Col. Wheaton has built storehouses teeth.
ond Lieutenant in Decern lier of the same in cold blood at their homesand in their guards at Fort Klamath, which will lin and blacksmith shops, and is building minutes by the watch.
A SURE SPECIFIC !
■ some boats for the transportation of stores
Oflice on California street, next doer to T imes
year, and promoted to a first Lieutenancy fields, one by one, as they were found, by
¿JfST’Wholesale agents; Redington, Ho»t’tter
t to different points on the lake, and also office, up-staii s.
in March, 1355. On the breaking out of Indians who had not been attacked by rive.
<t Co , San Franci-co, Cal.; Smith A Da'is, Port
I land, Oregon. Sold by ail druggists and dealer»
If the Peace Commissioners settle
tile civil war he took sides with the Un the soldiery nor otherwise molested, and
' necessary to attack ('apt. Jack’s position
I in patent medicine.
in the lava bed again. Jerry Crooks,
ion cause, and in May, 1*61, was raised who could speak our language and were
the formation of the proposed new coun who was wounded in the light of Janu-
to the rank of Captain, and served as personally acquainted with their victims.
ty east of the mountains will forever be ttary 17th, died last week. Lieut. Rob
Brigade Quartermaster in Kentucky. The homes and farms of the slaughtered
postponed, and the prosperity that other erts is also i n a critical condition. The
FOR BOTH SEXES,
He bore himself gallantly in the battle settlers were upon lands to which the
rest of the wounded are doing well. It
is reported that the Company of Infan
of Mill Springs, at the defense of Fort Indians title had long since been extin
county generally, destroyed.
try’ from Gaston are coining via the Conducted by Rev. J. H Skidmore.
Taylor, and in numerous other engage guished by treaty. These acts 1 hold to
The Statesman says that ten tons of Klamath and Scott rivers instead of Sal
Assisted by an aide Corps of Teachers.
ments through the war, and was mean be deliberate and willful murder. Over
munitions of war have been forwarded mon river.
time breveted as follows: Major, in Jan- such offences I conceive the civil author
to the Modoc country from Fort Vancou
IS ACAD I MY commenced its first tertn <>n
ary, 1862 ; Lieutenant Colonel, Decem ities of this State constitute the only
first Monday ot November.
ber, 1*‘>4 ; Colonel and Brigadier Gener competent and final tribunal. I desire the Peace Commissioners get through
Th ■ r • •ms are neatly tiiushe i and furnished,
Epizootic gone from Portland.
and we lie'ievo that no school offers n ore reasona
AND COMPLETE STOCK AL
al, March, 1865 ; and Major General, in therefore to protest on behalf of the State
ble or better indueemen's f..r tho-c who wi>h a
ways on band at the
April of that year, just at the termina
good eduealion. In confidence, we say to all.
Missionaries, or llow to Reward Good lecture on “wolves.”
CITY nrtUGr STC H.33,
tion of the conflict. His regular rank is mission which shall purport to condone Indians,”
come and see lor yourself.
Colonel, to which he was raised July 24,
Ti l nos I’EK TERM :
E XTRAS PE» TERM :
In the San Francisco Bulletin of Jan tuous Multomah county.
$4 00 Languages, eacb,..S 3 00 (
1366, for meritorious conduct. In De their offenses.
Û 00 Penciling............... 3.011;
The printers of Oregon are, generally, I’rep ratorv,
The people of Oregon desire that the uary 31st is this: Captain l’iute Charley,
cember, 1870, he was transferred from
. 6.00 Painting................ 1II.00Ì
contributing to the Greeley Monument. Junior,.........
the Eleventh Infantry to the First Caval murderers shall be given up, and be de-
. 7 oo Iti'tr’in’nt'i Music 10.00 ;
from the old Chief, Winnemucca, re
8 00 Use of Instrument
As good pitch, for rosin and turpentine, Senior...........
ry. Colonel Gillem acted as President of livered over to the civil authorities for I
him to join him, with fifty of as any in the world may be found in Ore IJ • • • k-kee|• ing (single entry)............................ $2,.00 ‘
the Convention to revise the Constitu
(double entry),........................... 6.00!
his bravest men, to go on some kind of gon.
tion of Tennessee and reorganize the
Board can be had in private fami'iisor with the;
scouting or war expedition up North.
J I). Burnett, of Douglas county, has Piiin-ip.il's t.iiuiiy, at $ hAO per week, exclusive of !
State Government in January, 1365. He some have suggested should be surren
saved lSD lambs, this season, from a tlock w ashing.
has won enviable distinction in the field, dered to the Modocs as a peace offering,
We believe that no Academy in the State offer« GASOLINE OIL AND IAMIS
of SeVenty-two ewes.
and is in full vigor of life. We look for allow me to say that these lands lie
ike in lueemeiit« at such low r ites. Il further in-1
the Volunteers left the Modoc country
Portland ha> a gentleman of the chiv ' rin iti- n i- desired, it may be obtained l.x calling!
AttbeCITf DRUG STORE.
decisi’e work at his hands against the wholly within the State of Oregon, and
have al! been completed, but as the Lakes alrous school who is in jail
on ■ r addressing
R ev ■). II. SKIDMORE,
rebellious Indians in Southern Oregon,
Asblund, Jacks n County, Oregon.
arc all frozen to a great extent . will be taining a desire to 1 ht a tluel.
and hope soon to be able to chronicle tendent of Indian Artairs for Oregon;
of little use at present, as well as the
The appropriations for Indian service
their severe chastisement and a perma that the Indian title to these lan Is was
Agency for Cowan’s King Remedies.
ROBB A KAHLER.
Jan. 1. 1'73
through the Oregon Superintendency, River from Fort Klamath to assist in cevd those of la<t year g >0,000.
transporting troops and supplies.
Report on the Modoc Outbreak.
CALL AT JOHN NELDER’S
A Linn county man who tried to lar-
between the Modocs and the General
The Umatilla Indian«, according to/tlie rup a mule into pulling the other day,
Tiie Bulletin says that in response to
report of Major Cornoyer, their agent,
a call from the Senate for information 1864. They have been surveyed under are doing reasonably well, lie says that now says that compulsory education is a
concerning the origin of the Modoc out
nd see ms fine stock of new
Oregon, and the surveys were long since the I ndians seem to take considerable in
JACKSONVI LLE, OREGON,
A copper cent ot the tirst coinage 111
Goods direct from the manufacturers.
break, the acting Commissioner of In approved by the General Land Office. terest in the M<>d<>e war, and are anxious
a fill»" lot o
dian Affairs has furnished a full state These lands have been extensively taken ! to hear the news from Captain Jack and
OF A FINE STOCK OF—
of Mol l no
fe» O ’VXZ i XX g IVI n, C lx 1 XX o «
ment, which has the merit of imparti and are now occupied by bona tide set his followers. He says that as a gener of the County Clerk's oflice
Prices tr>.in $20 to $110, cash.
ality and correctness. The statement
tion laws of the United States.
East Portlanders stand on their heads
A New Lot of
corroborates the account given by the
The Commission will therefore have well disposed.
CANDIES, NI JS, HASK’ETS.
ause they have a cat
1 M K it 1 C A N L E V 17 It W A T CII1S
T imes of the origin of the difficulty; no more jsiwer to declare a reservation
The Portland and Salem press have named B. C > ratz Brown
— B’-l QVAI.ITIES Of—
shows that Jack's band left the Reserva on Lost river, including these settlements, the sincere thanksof the people<>f South
ml ean lick hei• ea r.
tion to which they had been removed
TOBACCO, HABANA CIGARS,
these Indians, than they have to provide ern Oregon for their able condemnation
He if agent for tbe best Rifles ani Pistols made,
Keeney, who killed Pelton at the
by treaty, went back to the country for their establishment upon any other of the absurd manner in which it is pro-
among which if the
at 1 larrisbur g, hasn’t
which they had agreed to give up, and settled portion of this State.
prosed t<> settle the Modoc difficulty, and
IT 13MFL Y IL J TP T j 33.
For the interests of Southern Oregon, thus virtually turn the tide of immigra yet been found, lie is afraid of being
terrorized the settlers, and that finally
repeats FIFT EEN TIMES with once load
the Commissioners ordered their remov and for the future peace of our southern tion which will naturally flow to the railed on to figure conspicuously at a
frontier, I will express the hope and con
neek-tie party of a different sort.
al, by force, if necessary, back to the fidence that the project of a reservation fertile valleys of the Lake country.
The stages now leave Koseburg in the
Reservation from which they had de on Lost river will not be entertained by
Here we have it : The Salem States morning, allowing passengers to rest at
AND A SUPERIOR
camped. To the execution of this order the Commission, and that the Modocs
PIIOCLA M A TK»i.
that place one night, after the two linn- •
resistance was made by Jack’s band, and will either consent to return to their
mand against the Modocs wants a “dead dred miles of railroad ride, before
ll’HEREAS, by virtue o an Act of the Legi-la-
hence the Modoc war. This statement own reservation or to be assigned to
bounds beyond the settlements.
sure thing” on the Indians, we suggest starting by wagon.
VV five A-^in'lv <•! the -ta’e of Oregon, enti
by the Commissioner disappoints these
With great respect I am your obedient that he send Sam. Colver out to the
tled. “ An Act to |> otect litigant«,’’ »¡'proved Oc
people at the East who had made up servant,
tober 24th, the D emocrat !« T imes , h newrpept r
L. F. G hover ,
lava beds and let him inveigle them in of Oregon, under the law approved Oct. ;
published at Jacksonville, Jackson county, Ore-
Governor of Oregon.
their minds that the Modocs were a
to listening to his lectures, or one of his 2fith, lis72, effected a preliminary organ-j
g il. has been desi Kate I to |>ubli«h the legal and
guiltless set of innocents.
n<lver’i'cllients for the counties of Jack-
[looms. If they’ would fight after that, izatiou in Salem on Friday, Mr. Simpson
son mid Josephine. Oregon. nnd
■—CONDUCTED BY THE —
then they are no gentlemen.
: having (pialilied as Superintendent of;
W ii, he a . the proprietor* of said D rmocratic
Our Modoc Platform
The public debt increased $403,000 dur
I'nos have filed with the County Cl< rks of said
A Salem paper announces that Mons. of Public Instruction. The Board eon-' si<ri:us ok the holy n ime * counties
written stipulations accepting the condi
We respectfully submit for the consid ing the past month.
Agapius Honcharenko, aeheerful French sists of the Governor, the Secretary of:
I tion« of said Act, together with bonds approved
eration of the Peace Commissioners the
a is the law direct«, with proper returns and notices
man of San Francisco, makes known to State and the Superintendent.
hereof to this oflice. according to law.
following principles in reference to the Five hundred persons killed.
the world that he wants the skulls of
Says the Mercura of February 7th: rpiiE SCHOLASTIC YEAR of thi« «cliool will Now, therefore, said D emocratic T imes is here
Modoc question. In our judgment, no
dead Indians. If Agapius is not particu “We saw, Wednesday morning, the lar 1 C"iBinencc u L obi the middle of August, mol i« by proclaimed to be appointed and confirmed as
treaty should be negotiated with the mur northern provinces of Spain.
•liiidcd in f. ur «es-ion*. of eleven weeks each the medium through which nil legal and judicial
lar about tribes, we suggest that he be gest pair of beef cattle seen in Salem for The (••Bowing me the terms :
advertisements for the counties of Jackson md
dering Modocs, now in open hostility to
.810.00 Joephine shall be published for the period author-
permitted to take the skulls of Modocs. a long time. They were a tine pair of Board mol tuiti n. per term.............
the United States under the leadership of
. 5.00 zed by law.
Entrance fee, only once.....................
If he will take them as they run. it will fat steer«, the smallest weighing 1,650 Pi mo...................................................
. 15.00 Done at the Executive oflice n the city of Salem,
Captain Jack, except upon the following
. 8 00 I
this the 13th <lay ot January, A. D. 1873
obviate the necessity (?) of a Peace Com- and the largest 1,360 pounds; or an ag Ilrnwing and painting.......................
L. F. GROVER,
One hundred people have been frozen mission.
[ state seal .]
1. Unconditional surrender of Captain
Select f>aj School
1 they would bring $140 40; which is a
arwick . Scc’y of State.
Primary, per term............................................ $ 6.<10!
Jack and all his followers to the author
snug little pile of coin to salt for so small •Iunior,............................................................... 8 001
ities of the United States.
a lot. The cattle were purchased from a Senior................................................................. 10 00 |
2. The murderers of settlers, or those unearthed among the Controller’s papers, the command of Lieutenant Wright, Polk-eounty gentleman, by Mr. Smith
Pupils are received nt any time, and their term*
from Fort Gaston, arrived here this even
will be counted Irorn 'he day of their entrance.
suspected of being concerned in that New York city.
¡of the City Market.”
For lurther particulars, apply at the Academy.
crime, to be surrendered to the civil au
The Corvallis Gazette says: “Mr J.
thorities of this State for trial, and exe for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1874, via. Klamath and Scott rivers. Colonel Foster, of Benton county, has just re-
it is estimated, will be about $250,000,000. Wingard, Paymaster, will pay them to
For our Manual of Erergreenx
cuted, if found guilty.
, turned from the Summer and Goose
3. The transportation of the remainder
ceed to the front. The company is in Lake country via. San Francisco. He
of the Modocs to some distant reserva debt.
left the former place about the middle of
tion far removed from the scene of their
In buying and planting your tree».
former murderous career in the region of ing the year 1872—an increase of 5,500 ships it underwent, only’ two being una There are quite a number of Benton
Tule Lake, the Klamath Lake basin and on the previous year, or an increase in
all appear to be contented and hopeful.
50 FER CENT.
one year of 20J per cent, which is simply
On the 27th of January Gov. Booth, The Winter lias been mild and stock was
FpiIE nnder«icned are prepared to do all kind* !
of California, telegraphed Senator Cole, doing well. He killed a yearling uteer !
of wrk in their line. Wagons miinnfiictur-1 Price 10 cent?—worth $5 to any tree planter.
Gov. Grover’s Protest.
In northern Illinois, Wisconsin, Min asking if the government would accept 1 off the range (picking for a small one), I ed from choice timber, and ironed in a superior,
which weighed 650 pounds—out of which (Banner. Old wagons repaired and made as good i 4ml.
PINNE Y A CO, Sturgeon Ba v, NV is.
We call the attention of our readers io nesota, and further west anil north they two companies of sharp-shooters to be I he
got 100 pounds of tallow. Mr. Foster as new. Blacksmithing in all its hranche« done on
the pointed protest of Gov. Grover, ad had the coldest weather ever known there organized in Siskiyou county, with pow has a large amount of stock out there— short notice and at reasonable terms. Give us a
3'^F’Shop on 0 egon street, one door above
dressed to the Peace Commissioners, yesterday morning. The mercury in er to elect their own officers, for three and thinks that country well adapted to call.
¡Oregon A California Railroad Company, Land )
published in this issue. We cordially en some towns ranged down as low as 35 months’ service against the Modocs. On stock raising.”
CRYSTAL A WRIGHT.
Department, Portland, Ogn., April 5, 1872. )
Jacksonville, Jan. 27lh. 1872.
the 29th Senator Cole replied that the
dorse every argument offered therein, and 40 degrees below zero.
NOTICE is hereby given, that a vigorous prose
cution ’.ri I be instituted against any »nd
The motion for a new trial in the Secretary of War had referred the com
and it undoubtedly meets with the hear
Largest Organ establishment in the World ••very person who trespasses upon any Railroad
munication to tbe President, who declin
ty approval of ninety-nine hundreths of
Land, by cutting and removing timber therefrom
Boardman, and counsel for the defend
7 Extensive Fuctories.
(Corner California and Oregon Streets.)
before the same is BOUGHT of the Company AND
the citizens of Southern Oregon.
ant proceeded to apply for a stay of the
proceedings before Judge Davis. The companied by a bull-pup, or even a box JACKSON VILLE,
J ESTEY ôr COMPANY,
All vacant Land in odd numbered sections,
whether surveyed or unsurveyed, within a distance
chances for Stoke9 are being whittled of cigars as a present to Grant, it would
Brattleboro, Vt., U. 8. A.
of thirty mi’es from tbe line of tbe road, belongs
undoubtedly have met with more favor.
Governor Grover has made the follow down to a very fine point.
to the Company.
_ . .
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of fur
I. R. MOORES. Land Agent.
The Salem Mercury has been permitted niture, consisting of
ing appointments: J. F. Miller, Henrj
¿The prniorr.itit $ïmcs.
THE PEACE COMMISSION
INDIAN' AVAR NOTES
THE ASHLAND ACADEMY
N E W A R R I V A L !
GE’iTLEfflES'S FURMSHIÍG GOOES.
ASSORTMENT OF TOYS,
ST. MARY’S ACADEMY,
to copy the following extract from a let
Men who own stock in the Modoc sec ter to Gen. John F. Miller by General
tion have lost thousands of dollars every Wheaton: “I hope we will not require
Stands, Sofas, Lounges,
year in the killing of their cattle by In more men than the regulars now en
dians, besides buying their good will in route. There are indications that Jack
Chairs of All Kinds,
leasing the Jand they had no legal right has been badly hurt, and is tired of war.
to claim. The Yreka Journal says that He evidently wants peace, and this fear
Louis Land, after taking up a ranch on ful snow crowds him some. An uncon
Of the whole number of citizens en Government domain, had to pay the In
ditional surrender will be my only
titled by law to vote in November last, dians horses, provisions, etc., to a consid terms. I told Fairchild to inform his ALSO DOORS, SASH and BLINDS
always on hand and made to order.
3,579,708 voted for Grant, 2,842,426 for erable amount, before they would permit
messenger that if those terms were not
Greeley, 28,408 for O’Conor, 5,608 for him to build a cabin. Other settlers al
Lumber planed on reasonable term«.
speedily accepted we would kill them all
Black, and the balance, estimated at 1,- SO,
III I Itli Will
pi vimwvo, »is
! if it took us years, but ten days’ fighting
«^-Undertaking a specialty.-tfctE
142,760 voters, mostly Democrats, stny^ ! settling on the public land anywhere;
around Tule Lake.
away from the poll».
Klippel and Samuel Brown, State Capi
tol Building Commissioners; Sylvester
C. Simpson, Superintendent of Public
Instruction; Lafayette Lane, Code Com
missioner, vice Simpson, resigned.
PARLOR & BED ROOM SUITS,
ESTEY COTTAGE ORGANS.
FI^HE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully in-
Ths latest and be«’ improvements. Everything I form the public Hist he is prepared to fur
that is new and novel. The leading improve nish the best quality of lime in quantities to suit.
ments were introduced first in this establishment. All orders left at K .rewski’s store or at my kiln
on Jackson creek will be promptly attended to.
All persons desiring any bricklaying or piaster
E m tubi 1 m I mx I In IM iß
ink done will do well to call on the undersigned.
G. W. HOLT.
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
Wholesale Agency for the Pacific Coast,
1138 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
SITUATION AS A TEACHER by a gen
of several years’ experience, and who
A ha* tleman
a first class certificate. For particulars in
kinds of job printing neatly
and PROMPTLY ex eoat cl at the TIMES quire of W. J. Stanley. School Superintendent, or
at this office.
PhIN TING OFFICE at th* lowest rates.