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A I0RTUKE AT CARDS.
IT WAS WON BY JOHN SCOTT, THE
IIU Wlnninc nt White, la Londan, In j
the Last Century Exceeded S5.0WO.&00. .
Thoosh Illiterate, Ho Was a Stan of the j
Mast Precis Methods. J
Of all tho gentlemen gamblers of the i
tloso of tho eighteenth centary in Eng- j
land a singlaone is noted forth ins-!
uicnsitr and tho regularity of his rin-1
nings. This was John Scott, who, be- j
ginnintras apennilas captain, vrooad
np his career as a millionaire genflraL
On tho subject of tho campaigns he ooe
tlncted history is silent, but contempo
rary London was f nil of talk of Lis Mar
velous lcck-with dtoo and cards, and
tho marital misfortunes of his later life
gave moro material for tho gossips.
Writing to Richard Bentloy, from
Arlington street, on Feb. 25, 1735,
Horace VTalpolo says:
"Tho great event is the catastrophe
of Sir John Bland, who has flirted away
hiswholoforrnnoathasard. Ho t'other
night exceeded what was lost by the
lato Dcko of Bedford, having at ono pe
riod of tho night (though ho recovered
the greatest part of itt lost 88,000.
Tho citizens put on their doable chan
neled pnmps and tradge to St James
street in expe-ctatios of seeing judgment
on White's angels, with flaming
swords, and devils flying away with
diccboscs, like the prints in Sadler's j
hermits. Sir John lost this immense ,
snm to a Captain Seott, who at present j
has nothing bnta lew debts and ats
Sir John Blend, to oonclctlo here the
history of that luckless dicer, shot hira
sel dead after losing tho last of Ms for
tune in Hippos: perk.
Captain John Scott was of that branch
of the namerons Scott faXniJy of which
Sir Walter was a zaeniber, and bis an
cestor in the thirteenth century was that
famoss chemist, 3ichael Scott, who
won tho name of Wiaard. A later Scott
distinguished himself in the time of
Charles II by marrying, when he was
hire1f only 14 years old, a lady who
was three years his junior. The bride
was ilary, coca toss of Bncclench, in
her own right the riehest heiress in Soot
land. The marriage was a secret one,
and none of the friends and few of her
family were informed of it nntil tJte
day after. The Toothful bridegroom did
not proSt greatly by this matrh, for his
bride died at IS. Her sister Anne, who
succeeded to her titles and estates, made
a marriage with the pet son of Charles
U, Mcnmccth, and had a nmneraas
It was GO years later, or about 1750,
that yonng John Scott, sod of tho Lafed
of Scot's Tarvet, entered King George's
army. Two years later he was in Lon
don "and in the zaidet of the most reck
less set of spendthrifts, rakes and game
sters that English sociery has er
known. Sir John Bland was only one ,
of a thousand rich young Englishmen !
who threw away his fort-one over die j
gaming table at White's. The one his- j
taric loser of that era was Char las James ;
Fox; Pitt's rival. Fee gambled sway, j
all toF, no less than 5, 000, 000. Seott
was the very antipodes of Fox. When
ho died, at a ripe, old age, he left a for
tune as great as that with which Fox
had begun, and every penny cf it had
teen won at the gaming tables For ns
a ripe scholar. Scott was almost illit
erate Fox said that losing was the next
greatest pleasure to winning. Scott
never lost, or so rarely that it did not I
affect the serenity of his career as a i
winner. Fox would go home in the !
morning after a night in which he had i
gambled away 10,000 or 20,000 and
immediately lose himself in a study of j
Sophocles or iEscfcyins. Scott, like the j
sensible fellow he was, weald boston j
his coat over theportemonnaie in which !
he carried away winnings of aa equal i
or even greater amount and innaedisse- j
ly go to bed so as to be fresh for play '
in the evening. i
When Scot: focad himself in London, j
and amid the wild young men cf his
era, he determined thai gaming was
his only chance of getting money. When j
ho engaged himself to throw a series of I
mains with Sir John Bland, he had.
a few debts ana Jus commission.
shrewdness tanghthim that there was
nothing in dicinc, at which a atopid
man has as good a chance as a bright '
one, and so he speedily gave ap heard ;
and applied himself to whist, at which j
mn heaven fights on the side of' the ;
skOlfnl player. Never in the history of .
-play did men gamble for socfa high ;
stakes as Scott and his victims did at j
White's between 1753 and 1780. Scott's j
system was an exceedingly simple one.
Ho gave himself the best of it in ev i
ery possible way. He never went to tho
gaming table unless his bead and his)
stomach' were in the very best order. J
He never lost his composure or his good
nature for an instant. He played a per
fectly fair and honorable game, and at
first he made ft a rnle never to play for
mere than a fixed stun, hich ho could
afford to lose. He won so bteadily that
it Wasn't Icog before be was prepared
to risk any snm which even tho wealth- .
iest or the most reckless of his adver
saries would ventare to propo&e.
A fctory which illustrates capitally
Scott's patience in the face of bard lock '
has been preserved. Oiio r;!ght, while.,
he was at the card taala. news was
teooght to bins that Us wife, the first
Mrs. Seott, had given Lirlii to a girL
"Ah," be said, "I thall have to dou
ble cay stakes tomuio a f orrose for this
yeang lady. "
Bet in a f ;w L. -.rs lis was ,000 tc
the bed. Betsini::'j hr is . uriablc seren
ity, be said hp v. .. vxxa i l Lie lock re
tenring, nod at 7 a. cifee v.cut home
the winner af 1 3,000. That's the sort
of play that west on at Whfte'K night
after night dnria;; the ycare tfaa John
Scott w winning the largest J'.rtnne
ever socBsialatcl I7 a gentleman gam
NottM w hweby -nren to tlie paldic
by the uwlsfAtiHfJ that I. 4o not jHo
lead aniutals to lmriel on my yrf-ui-isca,
at lodwrg, Oregon, or tmrhaip
datnpd Ureneoii r wmi1 or gravel talen
tberrkraai. iinrPSti tb party takinjr sand
or gravel fin coatract witli me for tb
riphtlo bo do.
Tresspawcr will pRwecnted a
cordW to law. " A aboh none,
Konubarj;. Oresron. March 17tb. 181.
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TN the circuit cookt of the state
-1- of Oregon, for tho County ol Douglas.
E. II. I'lnkston, I'lalntlin
A. 8. re ten, J. E. Wilson
anil A. F. Wlnnlford.
Statk of Ohecjon. I
County of Douglas.)
Whereas, at a. regular term of tho Circuit
Court of tho State ol Oregon, county of Douglas,
On Saturday the 15th day of December, 1894.
tho iilalntlirauoro named recovered Judgment
against tho abovo named defendants for the
sum of fourteen hundred and forty-five dollars
and eighty-four ccnU (?1115.M) and for
llii.OO attorney fees and fK.'Jo costs and
disbursements herein taxed and ogainst
tho following described property: One bay
stallion five years old, ono black horse
seven years old, one bay mare eight years old,
one bay maro nine years old, one sorrel mare
six years old, one bay mare tlx years old and
their Increase, said property on the 31st day of
October, 1SU1, having been duly attached here
in, that I did on the V-'th day of January, lh'J.j.
in Douglas county, Oregon, at tho hour of 1
o clock . tn , of caid day, sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cosh In hand,
all of tho above described personal property,
being tho projicrty of the above named defend
ants, snld sale bringing In the aggregate, the
sum of VO.'Si, that the costs and expenses of
said salo amounted to the sum of t"".G5. that
the Interest on fllH.&l for 27 days was
one hundred nnd twenty-flve dollars, attorney
fees, 57.V, costs added together with attorney
fecs and Interest making the amount of judg
ment I1C33.34, tho amount of the sale of per
sonal property deducted, leaving a balnncc
dno plaliitlir of ?1W8.(W. Whereas, the above
sale did not satisfy the plaintiirs judgment,
i n.avo jcvicii upon nuu win on Jionuay. me
18th day of February, ltXi, at the hour of 1
o'clock p. ra., ut tho Court House door, in
Itixcburg Douglas county, Oregon, sell nt pub
lic auction, to tho highest bidder, icr cash In
narni. an mo rignt. titio or interest wnicn
tald defendants, or either of them, had inorlto
the following described' property on the 31st I
il.iv of October, ISM, or at any time thereafter,
S.-.1.1 real property (having In this action on
said date, been duly attached and ordered sold
under said attachment, to wit:
lncu'tuci 3i. u rover jionauou uinu uiatm.
iiurvcrcd on the (J. S. mam and designated as
Claim No. , being parts of Sees. 28, a. Si and
, in l p. - tf., n. o west, being rxiunucu- as
lieginniiis at.a point 3 chains south and 20
chains I and iilliiVs west from the corner Sees.
27, 2S, 3S and SI, In Tp. 2.7 S., K. 0 west, and
running thence north 39 chains and to links,
and thence west 79 chains and 0 links, thence
south HO chains, thenco least 0 chains to the
place I oi ucginning nuu containing uti acres,
also lots numbered 2 and 3 in Sec. 33 tn Tp.
25 S., It. G west, containing CH acres in Douglas
county, uregou. on tne aist uay ot uct., or
any time thereafter, and also all the right,
title and interest, the said defendants or
cither of them, had In or to the following
described real property, on the 30th day of
October, IfcW, or at any time thereafter, to wit:
llezinnlm: at the northwest corjerot loi ito. b.
niiininc thence cast SO feet, thence south -10 feet.
thence wcstjO feet, thence north 10 feet to place
nf hezinnin? In Illock So. 11 In It. 11. Addition
to.lbe Town oi uatiano. uougias iranty, urc-
gon, osrecorueu lntneomceoiinetonntyuicrit
of said Douzlas Countr. Oregon, together with
tenements hereditaments and. appurtenances
thercnto belonging or it. anywise appertaining,
and I will atmlv tlie oroeccds arislnc therefrom,
nrst to tne cosu ami expenses oi snen saie oi saw
real property, to tho costs and disbursements
herein taxed and amount of Plain till s judg
ment, including attorney fee of $123, to wit: the
sum oi fiMSMJ.
(J. t. U.V1ULAK1,
Shcrlffof Douclas County, Oregon.
By D. K. StIAMKOOK, Deputy. JalTtd
TX Tire CIRCUIT COUET OF OREGON FOR
- the Comity of Douglas,
L. C. IkarJaly, Teter Hurae, E. Ii.
Preble, Martha A. Eogge and T. It.
Sheridan, Executors and Execator
of the estate ot T. R. Itejtn, de
raMil. Ihs Or-gon A: California
Lumber Co., a corporation. F.
Horn, S. VT. Condon, Dirt. Atty.
for Doagltt C'oaaty and Ada Bearda
le . Defendant.
To I- C. Btarfsley. tie aboTe nimetl defendant ,
In the narae ot the stale ol Urrgon, yon ai6
hrrtuy reqaireu to appear ana aoiwer the com
plaint tiled ajainat jou ia the above entitled suit
un or before the first day of the next regular term
of mid court, for Raid County and State, appointed
to I Ltld and to cemmcnee cn Monday the lath
day of March, A. D. 1695. that being the firtt
day of the terra of said court regularly fallowing
the expiration the time prescribed for the putjli
cation of thia summons in and by an order herein
raadeby the Hon. Jcdro of said court and bear
in; date the 21st day of Decembtr. 1:31, lor the
urrice of thu sumrcoiu by the puMication there,
ot for tieoasKUtire weekr, and if yon fait : to
appear audanawcr aaid compliiat. the plaintiff
herein will take judgment againat you and a de
creo aa follows:
1. rrtbeaumc'$!(79.97 with intrcst at the
nt-t 10 per cent, per annum, from the 7tli dar
of October, 1S93, and for the further iun of $100
a attorney' fees ami farther far hi costs and
2. That lhs following described creraiae.
to-wit: !ol Number Nineteen (19) in Brook's and
BeMen's Addition, the nrae bemir the Brookiiidc
Aildition to the City of Kcoeburg, in the County
-f IViagU', State -t Uiegon, according to the ot2
rlil aorvcy and pltt of uid addition of record in
the office of tre County Clerk o' Dou?!u Ouaty.
Urrgiin, enntaicinz Nice (9) Acres more or Its).
Hnrelaer with the tetiementa. hereditaments and
apparteaaucea thereunto beUntn? or in anyuue
appwtaining, be sold by theSherilfof sail County
and the prceeeda of Mid.rale be applied to the
payment of the above amounts, and that you and
all persons claimicz under ron or subienuent to
the execution of the' mortgage rued on herein
hal! l-e barred and force lcttd of all r'ght, claim
or equity ot rederaptien in the said premises and
that execution issue azainat tou for anr de
ficiency which miy remain after applying all tie
proceetis or me sale oi saiu premise properly ap
plicable to the satisfaction of said judgment.
dJttS attorney for the riaintiff.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
A of Ore?ou in and for Douglas County.
C. II. Manpin, Administrator!
of the Estate of U 11. Mau-1
pin, deceased, and US. Dim-1
A. S. Peters, defendant. J
State or OntGox, I
County of Douglas.)
Whereas, at- a regular term of the Circuit
Court of the State of Oregon, for the Countv of
Douglas, to wit, cn the sth diy of December,
1S9I, plalntifls above named recovered a judg
ment against the nliove named defendant for
the sum of HOOOand S2IXO costs and disburse
ments, and against tho following described at
tached personal property, .towit :
One roller. S3',' bushels oats, 139 bushels bar
ley, 11 tons hay, I set harness, 1 I'lano binder,
53 head hogs, 1 Osborne mower.
Said property having been duly attached on
tho 1st day of November. Is9t. 1 did. on the
26th day of December. 1534. at tne hour ofl
o'clock p. m. of said day, sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all of
the above described personal property, lieing
the property of the above named defendant,
said sale bringing, in the aggregate, ?374.S1;
that the costs and expense of said sale, $14.39,
first cost. f26.t0, judgment and Interest, $1004,
costs and Interest together with the principal,
5I074.9!.', leaving a balance due phtlntiuon judg
ment of J7TO.1.. Whereas the above sale did not
satisfy tdalntitrs judgment. I have levied upon
and will, on Saturday, the 23rd day of Febrnarv,
1SJ5, nt 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Court
House door iu Koscburg, Douglas Countv, Or
egon, pursuant to an execution duly Issued out
of said cause and court on the 16th day of Janu
ary. ISSu, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder for cash in hand, all the right, title
and Interest which said defendant had in or to
the following described real property on tho 1st
day of November, l:s9l, or at any time thereafter,
said real property having in this action on said
dato been duly attached and ordered sold under
said attachment, to wit.
The South ol the NE li of Section 36, Town
ship 23 South. l'.angeS West. W. 51., containing
SO acres, together with all the tenements, her
editaments and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing or in any wise appertaining.
And 1 will apply the proceeds arising there
from: first, to the costs and expenses of sale
olsaidire.il property, to the costs and disburse
ments herein taxed, and amount of plaintitl's
judgment to wit, the sum of J700.1S, with inter
est thereon at the rate of S ir cent per annum
from the 2i'.th day of December, 1.4, and the
overplus, if any- there lie, to lie paid into this
Court to be further applied as bv law directed.
Sherltr, Douglas County, Oregon.
By D. R. Siiaxskook, Deputv. jKtd
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poo'.i pneinct Deputy Inspector of Stock for eaid
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Chapman of Wilbur, and Italnh Smith, at Rose
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be added as parties inspected make their rtesiro
Vnnwn to me.
Keaeburg, May 1th, 1S37.
Inspector ot Stoctt tor Douglas county, Or.
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