Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, June 06, 1873, Image 2

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    RITORIAL.
THE END OF THE MODOC WAIL
LAFAYETTE COURIER.
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[Communicated,
L afayette , J ui e 4th, 1873,
E ditor C ourier :— Allow me to
• TELEGRAPHIC I N^WS.
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Salem wants •a grand
mstration
There are 27S' volumes of choice
- Front the dispatches during the
Sheriffs
Sale.
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oh tlic glorious Fourth.
books in the Seattle Library. ¡
FRIDAY, JUNE 6
1873. past week wc suppose that
tell my side of the Tih amook cattle
the
William C. Phipps,
... PUT. I d . ■
Trouble seJms lio be brewing! with
.Thq measles are ruin ht at Dallas, stealing story:
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vs.
VS.
Modoc war Is about over.
the Indians iñ Bitter Root Valley.
but niof qnpugjh to go r
quite.
Th4 cattle belonged to my son Frederick Schimmel, Van
NOTICE. .
B. nelashmut, G. C. Rider,i> Foreclosure,
The cavalr V and artillery and
■k
Mrs.
Annie
C. W. Higgins, Isabella
James
and
my
daughte
T xi | q men] are in jail
Hillsboro
.... and the lawyers of
Judge ____
Lewis
Mitchell,8. M. Lyon, left's.
Henceforward, until further iiot ice. tho-Warm Spr ing Indian« , under
j Circipt Burton. Wo took then becâuso .they
Walla Walhy have gone to Colvilfe
Y VIRTUE OF A JLT’GMENT AND
Rrtfnk C. Withers nnd Frank Owen are
decree of foreclosure of mortgages in
it
the cotninand- oí Col. G: •ecu, left to hold Court.
xx
r
ere
lx^ld
unlawfully
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y
an
irrespon-
1 •: > 14 i > 'tin..) ; .
the aliove entitled suit, made «nd entered
r
authorized to collect and receipt, for sub-
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28th at 2 a.
Ties are .very pl irttiful ip sible person, claiming t o bèi» Consta- of record in the C'ircmt Court of the State
A Mont amt tuan writes home from
.«crintions ami advertisements and other their camp on - May
of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 25th
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and with erenm ijre highly <tSo. He han refused the owners a day of April, 1873, and am execution in ac­
business of thia office. Othgr duties call-, in., and proceeded to the A pplcgate South Africa that he has for nd a the vi
therewith duly Issued thereon
relish
“ye webfoot.”
$20,000 diamond.
anal of righf'of property; had offered cordance
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out of said Court, and to me directed, in
ifcg I shall devote but little atlenton to the mansion on Clear i Lake, where
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A ^ujn namedili. ^tillivaiil and two
favor of wrid Plaintiff, Win. C. Phipps, and
them for sale at uuct: on xvithout a against
The epizootic has appeared in a
pafrer in the future, for Some time at least. Gen. fl)avi.< issued orders for a
said Defendant Frederick Schtm-’
of Cupt. Liifolllk were bid but sxvore that he x roulc| sell them me] for the sum of $1,754 05, U. 8. gold coil»,
mild form among the railroad j com- <iliild^*ii
J. II. UPTON.
April 18, 1873.
“Yqttf u .bu^gy 'ijear Dallas if ho did not get ten c<n/s a head fpr damages, and the further sum of $146 50,
^on LI1O.
scout, w ith Bogus Gharlev Stea al­ puny’s
I c ! throx
costs and interest thereon at the rate or
j
: 'am pctóùwKw |iurt.!
A fire, a fijixv days since? at "’¡Valla last i
ten per cent, perannum, since the 25th day
iin
boat Frank. linn
Shackiiastv
and
them. We took them as report says of Anril,1873, and in favor of one of said
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JOHN H. MITCH ELI. ALIAS JOHN
t lliPPLE — A
’ d’ , <1-
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strpy -d the house and fur-
silura elcnumt hits broken by putting them on a flat boat and Defendants, C. W. Higgins, a lien creditor/
Th
BOWEN Hooka Jim as guides, w ho led i Walla,
SECOND
for the sum of $1,040 00, V. 8. gold coin/
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Berry,
he quest ion
out
i
tir
niture
of
Ml
with interest thereon at the rafte of ten
COME TO JUDGMENT.
taking
them
up
tho
Tillamook
river
Jack
’
s
retreat
Willow
them
to
on
I
Uur boys, iti
per cent, per annum since the 25th day ot
ptjit
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four
miles.
There
was
no
pistol
used
April, 1873, and also in favor of said De>
rn
papers
we
learn
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a
ri
ii
41
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From
the
tho
(Amstjon
in
the
publia
iuihd
¡creek. The guidesj were tr ue to
fendant, 8. M. Lyon, a Hen creditor, forth«
issoula,
Montana.
The Ropubycau party is ringu-
it
M
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that
wag
or
threatened
to
bo
used.
Mr.
Tal
­
sum of $1,(31 00, U. 8. gold coin with inter­
^Aifothei' littlo burglary I
their capt01*9 and fetl them to a II are feoiu
> 5 ¿0 a day .
<4 5 o to 1
‘
est ther»‘on at the rate of 12 per cent,
-larlv
nnfortunate
in
the
manner.of
mage
was
treated
as
gently
as
possi
­
•r |
at. S^tem ¡lasti Spudaj big
per annum since the 25th ‘ day. of April,
I »oiljit near Jack’s stron uh old , with- 11 Link BuJc H II.
1873, 1 have levied on and will proceed to
rudo
word
or
ble,
and
not
a
single
Blair, a deaf mute xxiio and
men it promotes to office. The
Some
m
lieìes
ot
>sn
and
sell, at public auction, to the highest bid­
out a iv attempt to dccei vc them. wa s s-rnt; ft
school to ' worol
tho Saltan
!
threat was used to Ji m ; there was der. for U j 8. gold coin, in accordance
rertaken from Mr. L.
e.
latest case is that of John II.
arrived Home
with said execut ion and decree of fore­
:
roops met S altle by Iff Ieri press,
t
no need fo” it as he wi i is caught round closure, in front of the Court House' door
At 2 o’clock p. m. ■ ! Ii our
i*
‘ In Sp irtuf Union conn
ill f i
ere
Mitchell (so-called). It seems from
safely.
the body by myself and held fast iri Lafayette, Yamhill county, Oregon, the
I lilj]
two pickets on a bluff near the
foresi, cjue hotel, twe
realestate hereinafter described, <*
test inion v from Pennsylvania, our
A camp ioj ! • ■ iiigisto
;>■; I held
i
ten two 1 Liat «Spilli shops..
' jjri to 1»
while my boy tied 1 is handa. Mr.
re
, On the 30tl| day of June, 1873,
creek and r an them into camp miles from ; wild
Wall I nt. |hu seve al p.iiijiiies there.
subject’s nativd State, that his true
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Talmage and myself were friendly, at 2 o'clock, p. m. of said dijy, all the right,
The sav rages were tomj »letoly sur- mouth of
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«teck, coi amt 1. mng
title and inteiest cf said Frederick Schim­
arc j uitui. Up a fimi .stoi
I did not blamfe 5 hin i . for anythnig. mel and all persons claiming by or through
name is John Hippie, and that lie
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June
12th.
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prised and cried out to their com- I I
him since August 15th, 187(1, in and to tho
mni id
4?1 e.Uniatilp Indnuns 1
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>uy f roquent He xx’as hired to care for the cattle. following real property a« described in said
married a girl and abandoned her.
,er-
A
female
|axv}
’
ér
in
Wyoming
rades in their native • language,
visit 1 to Inker City, se hng horses,
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M^r. . Talmage was wi’ hout a coat, die decree of foreclosure, to-wit: Being partsof
camo to Oregon aiid chained his
the Original Donation Land Claim of Car­
ritory argtuqd a cáse xvherein her hus­ buyi lg xx’hiAy, and
nd
ffien
nt ■»!
tusked nle to get his c oat. I went to mi Goodrich and wife, situate in Yamhill
‘Tun quick, run quick; soldiers com- band xvas the defendant, - and sho (rar-
frigi fenili the wea¡k+mi¿< ded copula-
name to '-John H. M tcbell.” It is
County, State of Oregon, and in Township
the house for it, and, told Mrs. Tal­ 4 South Range 3 West, said donation claim
troops ! were quickly ried it against him.
The
png.
tìon.
i : fF Bi i
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said that his wile finally, after
designated as claim No. 49. Notifica­
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mage what I had d me, and that I being
li
! deplyyc^l and soon started for the
tion No. 1.040. The first parcel of land be­
A lidio
Junett,
A
little <Äild
child of Mr. Henry
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lettar : ‘Porti Baker fit ’ ■ says: should knop him unt: 1 the next morn­ gins at the South East corner of said Do­
struggling against a< v rse W inds
I1 I '
! front under the lead] pf " their
’
. > was so f badly “Bui
apidly,
nation Claim; Thence W<^t 42.54 chains;
officers, of Walla Mila Valley,
is (going
guing on
oil ‘hejréi
lv
house,
jug to prevent ipursu it. She requested, Thence North 37.52 chains; Thence East 42.-
brought up in the |»oor
uuiucuupu: week
»w«. that it only sur-
burned
liiiket will>ovét|rirt hersel”
63 chains; Thence South 37.75 chains to the
Instead of recciv ing a heavy fire as vivud the catastrophe a fexv hoiih’si
permission to go along; I allowed her place of beginning, containing 159.61-100
as o$j
•mers lrave no ...... kwt fir
Hippie soon after his arrival in
n
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more orless. The second parcel of ,
thci|^)rodiice. núd wo havi e no capiti
was expected, they' heard some of
ital tQ do so and advised her1 to bring a acres,
The Walidron Troupe, instead ofi .. jt
land described in said decree is bound­
Oregon, contracted a second mar­
( |)Ul
mines,
the savages, who understood n lit- going to Tdaho direet from. Baker' to develop
blanket along us it . was raining. I ed and described as follows: Beginningata
point in center of old county Road running
riage, thus committing the crime
City, are
lit El Donado jxnd I ■ ~ i ■
unge Iqáüiníi i have 3701 n left .them in my dw< idling house, with from I'ayton to Matheney’s: ferry bearing
tie of the English ■ language, cry
South 13“ 36'West 2A0Vdiainsfrom thecen-
of bigamy for which, at the very
the variousimiumg camps iu-that vi- j
m tl v 1
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a )áut '25 a bed and bedding. a fiije-placrt and terof Palmer's creek, at the Mouth, which
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out: ‘’Surrender. S urrendcr I We cinity.
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lime he was elected to the U. S.
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Vid setters stove, provisions and firewood. Mrs. is also the North West corner of said dopa-
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FarijWrVirniVuTwrrrC
tion claim No. 49; thence South 13 deg. 30'
riF? 3 sivcjfor
no fight; want to talk peace; we
■gii
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uli
ng
Inppu
West 79.50 chains; thence- South 14.60
In Arizona there lire 2,G38j ichildrcn
Senate, lie ought to have been in
Talmage
was
ticate
l
by
myself
and
jelv 1*4
ibes, Mt it is liikii
chains: Thence East 41.14 chains; Thence
Boston over six ai-d under fwenty-one yours, 1
like peace Falk.'-’.
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chain thence West 4.8G chains;
He went east
th.? Penitentiary
!V aire
I: ¿ia n$ liuntin: g friend as respectful' y and kindly as N ort ii 56.52
only 550 attended public liudj
tliepce South «7S deg. West 3.20 chains;
Charley,the murderer of Dr r Thom- but
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ever daughter was t seated by father thence North 22 S deg. West 3.20 chains^
and fixed
private schools during the past year.
al »out a year ago,
thence North 673» deg. East 3.20 chains;
immedi-
1
as. came in view and wms
or brother by sister. There is a good thence
■tn man Hlv'á i
South 22X deg East 2.70 chains;
spring
i
matters up so as to get some sort
iflcsJ The Quirt rifwr Indians a^e
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sh|w-
East 4.86 chains: Thence North
thence
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trail
from
my
house
’
to
my
w
two
neigh-
_
lip
could
fii*
atelv coverei 1 bv ; a ■ ’ i I dozen
r
to
see
)it Who
■ l ill
O ’
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chains to the Yamhill River. Thence
irig signs o£ hoatilili<s, and declare’
destitute wife
of divorce from his
I
r rrraI bòre east and west ohd no need of a 2S.00
[steal
in
is
fruit
and
up
said
River with its mean derings, dis­
He surrendered and came Ì!l|t<».| that rathi er than go on a reservation
eletti
Bed raft to get to either of them* His own tance not known, to where tl»e point of
fei
’
r-in-
ajw.
'He
qUietlÿ
lrhusva
then in the poor house. lie also
heretofore conveyed b|y Caipnt Good­
camp and threw down his rifle iHbey will eraXX1 on their Kdlies and K t , fund' :t T unnecessary to say, has boat xvas not 400 yn rds from him and land
rich and wife to l.aniel Chaplin, intersects
cat griiss.
fixed it up with old Simon Ca­
...Air._ — of
.H his
•
mhde no n bntion
miHsin, _ ALL -r he kpoxvs the count ■y as well as I do. said Yamhill River; thence South 60 deg
°
and extended his hands ‘ in token ! ; ’ rnJ|k
West, distance not known, to ihcpcentcr
meron, one of Pennsylvana’s dirti-.
If he thought fit to !$o on a voyage to oCfhe
The legal d-rid-ldck still continues suitp. ' Tin’ doctors think that 1
old CountX- Rond aforesaid: alienee
oi friendship. He was i then icht in L tab and thia prisoners escajiel by larttt will ¡»robably K‘ moJipgi
Sandwich Islands bn a raft it is noue North 50 deg. West a.ong the ccfiter of
est dogs, to be ready to produce
of my businesjs. ». ,W ith regard to Mrs. said old road 5.00 chains: thence North li
in In few weeks.
tlib jury on the
tho giound on driitchej in
to the rear under guard I ■ He said challenging the
deg. west 3.00 chains to tire blare of begin­
certificates of character for him
Tajrtiago’bi dclkcate xonditiori it is all ning, containing 2«9 and 75-100 acres more
the Mormon Marshal i is not a
that tilt*
that a number of J ack: $ W arriors
Ians yr
one tor nonsense. She has been married only or less; 1ol>e sold 1o satisfy said execution
I
legal officer, .j
’ (Hippie) whenever occasion might
fru®s
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5
for thb u f Txx- months and c m dance all night, and accruing costs. j
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dcsii’ed to lea vc him and V rolrni-
R. P. BIRD
liistff
hree
require them. Hippie now comes
y< ars had It »1 mai ’ to K- or tide thirty »nilles
The Salt Lake fir fame lias opened,
' Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
day
without
leered to art ¡’rugo pm t h? rs. His a Libel Suit Department iu its col-, liextkthnt .o i)rcharä8 1»^' ailing, EQ conveuiti.ee.
Lafuyptte, May 30, 1873.
nllwl
k'specii’uUy,
out in a lengthy article in the Bul­
i Kifl
butit
his
cr
ib
i'W
ill
undeceive
them
m
;h
it
publishes
all
m(at-
|
umns,
iu
which
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K-
gun was returned to
W. SQUIRES. ’
letin confessing that he had changed
ot
nearly ex”!ry • orchard
11
pin io m
»
-s—- WçtiQns thru
ter pertaining to the various
'S
< WBHUUSBceW
depm ted on his
■midK' it u-a? commejuix^ agiijnyt it for libel
?
caKrpdlei
is
lçrid<
[ed.
laying
all
bis name and that he had left a
s 1
Chinamen 2Í
my|tqriou
B < isuppearijd is onre cause
t_
.
Ü ■, *1
wife in Pennsylvania, Kit does not taken prisoner a
' Hr crop.
I)::hver
of having m , orc of ”*
Díftvcr i j boosts
boasts ot
SherifTs
Y, Sale
mno'dicr
detachment
Of
our
troops
fol'lowirq :• fr
San
t<i>
tho
the
churches
tÓ
the
square
inch
of
pi
The
Ay
attempt to excuse his guilt of big­
James D. Miller, George Ì
injii g ZVtwW
W ifcHdf tjheßoth
than any other city in the counti :ry.
co
Cff?
wi
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ranci
Marshall, Hiid C. PI I V •
reflective
amy. He asks a charitable judg­ and after two liOnrs (UtCntion
the coìdiìst
vs::,
l’s:
‘We have hád
’
Corinne cm; jb-Jat that.
Sho has all
She
partners, un- i 1
Church,
i Itsagrveabl
d
r
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der tire firm name ; of ; Foreclosure.
Jld u'en^her, fo4 ■cad in
piety, and not enough churches to«
ment on past misdeeds and prom:- allowed to proceed on Id ‘5 ml.'
A ,Co.
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“Stj ¡ X eck, ev< er <jxU*riei»' C» <1 ait I Ä every I rar ch of trade in Mil er. . Marshall
hold it.
The
sururise
resulted
in
the
vs
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ses amends. Altogether, John II.
I
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s
R
|dair
by
the
“
tód.
st
M. Iluelry and .John
tsbp of the y-iiar
t «.j I * ' r
engaged.
I
Chinutncr
,
halve
A laylor) Defendants. J
?‘MitcbeH, soea’.tal, i»a fair type oh
*’f Bo-ton Can irley, i
Western; papers t¡qll of the Rex er-
unit of Douglas county. It
tí
is
liceo
loind
i
B y virtue of a jvi ' gment and
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e
j
more
and
t
’
td
Judg^ikaimr^,
a
full-blooded
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In
Ìn
­
ii;i^sn»rni( c * most all tfie time and a I
a inou&n Republican U. S. Sena- y-"p C,P*- •’«»«’* ¡sister
t
Br
a <h:ci ee of forec'osure of mortgage in
diai^ who holds Court every, day and giritlcnian i whr<.rr<>.4sed the
more pal’cnt that tire 1 Mongolian is the above entitled suit, made and emcred
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tor. Let people know him in the
««^n «n<l tie? 1 cl’. iter ■a.
word in the,Circuit Court of the S ato
prcaiphi s in the Baptist Church every Range M o mains twenty milek from- a low | priced
Stork mau i only * to of
i
of
Oregon,
for Yamhill County, on the 14th
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niglit at Tiskeotown, Indian Terr to­ tills pláóc; iuforins us tfiajt su OW fell
mimber of ponies ar.d; n’Vw ¿3
ho raimot di esnand higher day of April, 1873, and an execution in ac-
long
as
4. future bv his true name
e. rdance therewith duly ipsued thereon
ry. Í This is not the ordinary Kanard tiiqre ’on ' f 'bjesday
night
to ■ i the
! ¡depth
!w|
pM
’
also captured.* On the rnbrni ni
wages, When li e ctih do the labor out of »aid Court, and to me directed, in
of the WertUvn mixvàpa[xÿs.
of fchr inc
favor ot'¡said Plaint ill's,^Miller, MarslialL A
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required of him as well, or nearly Co.,
If ill
and against said Defendant, J. M.
Hon. John Hippie will Cut a the ¡29th the troops left W
"lie Dal
as /fcpuUwan says: There as well ns a whi e man, he put« Iluelry, for the sum of six, hundred and
meetjng of the Directors of
At
a
Borry figure in the foi thcomin g creek camp for a short s^out. The
’ght dollars, U. 8. gold coin, with in­
i a no mg sqpm ynati tl
valley in a claim for wli ite man’s wages. stxty-e
the N. P. U -IL, lately held in’ T ow is 4 fixar hi
terest thereon at ihe rate of one per cent,
cted with eric
per month, from thesaid 14tli day of April,
Congressional
Directory. The
— Warm Spring Indians trailed the
t was deci<Kl to Change the
The kitpst instance of this lias oc­ 1873, and for the further sum of 99 39-100
ch nn unusual and
name
of
Edwinton,
the
promising
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costs and disbursements, and also
compiler of the work will find it Mod<x» in a northcastc^’lv' direc­
curred in connection with the Pa­ dollars,
iuftnitity1 of small cl ne
in favor of said Defendant, John A. Taylor,
town at tlx- Missouri crossing of the
C
difficult to make his biographical tion. then due north and filially to road, to that of “Bismarck.”. It is
ist valley has hor< ■et<
cific Mail Steamship Company. for the sum of 348 19-1Q0 dollars, U. 8. gold
coinr with interest thereon J5L.
at the rate,of
rate of
coin.,
very
iii
meh
favored
in
King
freei
That corporation , as we all know, one per cent, per month, from the skid 14th
the [border of Langcli’s Val ley on reported that a daily paper is soon •to
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sketch agree with the tacts.
. theírj rotations, ulhi^'at several
ot' April, 1873,
1873,1 1 have levied < on and will
Of
be issued from-there, and that the
employs Chinese to man its vessels, day
The traij le4 ovyi- material is already on the way«
proceed to sell, at public aUeti
auction, to the
the east.
rent ■ ; i r i0sj Eastern, apd I _ Smithern
r
coin, in ac­
highest bidder, for U. S. gold c<
ct-with
plumber
It
made
a
contra«
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on hive Loen ox-emui by them,
Q uery .— ’Since a man may not ridges and mountains and whs very
cordance with said execution and decree
to bo iqpled that they ar0 not in of them to work for a nur&lter of of foreclosure, in front of the Court House
Puget Sound and Uritisli Columbia
legally change lns’*ftame on his hard on the horses.| A few iinifcp
I
door in IVilayette, Yamhill county, Oregon,
grass years at §15‘ per month. The the real estate hereinafter described,
nuinUrs asto
as tö inju
injure the
’
are d eveloping into great stock irar-
own motion, why. John H. Mitch­ south
vallev
tine kets for the stock raisers on tho cast
On the 30th day of June, 1833,
of
the
humble and docile Mongolians
I t
side
of
the
Cascades,
on
both
sides
of
satisfied
witfi
this
jette*
m
at
11 o'clock, a. m. of said day, all the right,
the
Walla
¡allí.
Spirit
ell is iwt John II. Mitchell, and trail was. lost and a detention
seemed perfectly
title
and interest of the said J. M. Huelry
™ír
M
the
Columbia.
On
the
25th
tit
,
a miuing camp in Union rate; but they w ere shrewd, and in and
•»
hence is no/legally elected United of tjwo hours was the consequence. there wa’s a stock train of’ ten <Urs
to the following real property as de­
fyiMpiil:
_
c<
“The miners ard some-
somo-
scribed in said decree of foreclosure, to-
their
time.
As
were only biding
tun«
wit ; One-lialf of Ix>vee lot No-- and all of
States Senator from Oregon, is he ? In a little while cheers and yells disjiatched to Tenino, composed of w
disupj>oi|nted about the water.
Levee lotsNo’s one (1), two (2k three (3) and
l.eirdu-
soon
as
they
had
learned
tl
105 steers and 400 muttons, inten Jud But it Avi nt away as it u nil Ijy does
four (4) in the town of Dayton, Yamhill
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were heard from the Warm Spring mostly for Victoria, B. C,
îsolved
iik. this ’ Mninfry witho
tics well they rpsol
— to
„ break county, Oregon, as designated upon the
i The Portland campaign is grow­ Indians and soldiers. Col: Green
maps thereof: to l>e sold to satie­
miners mu|oh
faith with their einployers. Just be­ recorded
ty said execution and aceruing costa.
Minors
are
in
demand,
both
ing warm. There are in the field
Ml the
1 is ere. First « Gern, next fore ihe sailing, lime of the steam­
R, P. BIRD,
immediately started his command Boise Basin and at Rocky Bar, while
Sheriff of Yamhill county Oregon.
t
Shunti
i,
and
last,
i
n
three tickets—a liepublican tick­
jet out from this Lafayette, May 30, 1873.
nllwl-
forward. They had npt gone ihose who are handy with the ux 3a ti ■S
3 Hoghni ist riet there er which last i
In
'work: and port for Hong Kong, a deputation
et--a Democratic ticket and a
plenty of wood fq, cut near, Boise
t ) mill that is ai
far when four rifle shots wcrc get
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City at $2 per dol'd
There is a gen-
from
the Chinese crew
’ waited J “
up
1 doing well in .1 hat
middle ticket.
heard and the bullejts ^whizzed eral complaint of a scarcity of mojiey
SherifTs Sale.
1 Cliere is also a
on Capt. Weddgl, the Company’s
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all
over
the
coast,
and
if
we
may
be
­
Superintendant, , and demanded an Walker Chrisman]
by the heads of the soldiers and
liex’e thosu who have tried other lo­
If John Hippie may occupy a
vs.
increase of $10 rier month. At first
soon Scar-faced Charley and two calities, there is no better camp fc|r a
Andrew
Smith. 1 Foreclosure.
seat in the United States Senate,
.EGRAPHIC
BREVITI
they
Were
bluntly
refused;
but
Polly
Smith
and j
J
working
man
than
in
that
vicinity,
i
or three other Modocs of some no­
;
4
• i ir I J i i’J I U In»»;
M Ft I ■*
when . they depared that they Samuel Brown. J
to which J. H. Mitchell was elected,
- i
Tiq debt has d
13,-
toriety su rendered. Dr. Cnbanis,
virtue of a judgment and
Mr. A. Billingsby writes from Ma-
would not sail quless the demands B y decree
why not John Doe walk Aip and
of foreclosure 'of mortgage in
d> ; wing the past ontìi.
lad
to
the
effect
that
a
band
of
about
i
of Yreka, went up among the rocks
were acceedcd to, Captain Wad­ the
tlie above entitled suit, made and entered
30 Fort Hall Indians had macle f heir
take Col. Kelly’s1 place?
il Bingham has bccu| ap- dell had to give wav These Chi­ of record on the 14th day of April. 1873, in
and made peace negotiations jv ith appearanco on his ranch and ty­
the Circuit Court o'f
oT the State of Oregon,
nister to Japan.
nese are now’ mid only $5i per /or Yamhill county, and an execution in ac­
the Indians, who all agreed to manded food. Ho told them if tlidv
cordance therewith duly imiued
issued thereon, out
John Hippie would feel bad on
would move off his meadow he wpuld 1
ry advises acqU
month less thar . white steamboat of said Court,
and to
direotodL 114
in favor
vw i., oiiu
ku me
iuc uiicvwu,
lavvi*
come in. In the morniiig they
vernmeiit until
FT- give them a hoof. This they did, he
of said plaintiff,
]_ ‘
Walker Chrisman, and
faring brother Senator#only that
men
—
a
very
pdor
economy.
<
bles.
came in except Capt Jack and furnishe d them a bc*ef, which did not
aid defendants, Andrew Knaith and
against said
he has the consolation of a Peni­
Polly Smith, for the sum of Thirteei ¡nhun-
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suit tlieip, and they demand« lol a.
three others who decamped during
(lred
and
ninety
(>1890
Oty
dollars,
tn
U.
cd
for
the
ex
IH
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.«ji
An
Auburn
fisherman
had
a
larger otic, which he had to
tentiary convict that when he gets
gold coin, with interest thereon from th0
he
murder
of
tho night. Thus ends the Mod ob them. J. Mr. Billingsby says ■ i this
few days si ce rathetf worse 14tli day of April, 1873, at the rate df one
there ho finds plenty of the same
cent per month, And the ’further sum
makes three he has had "to give .up to
than the avera
fisherman’s luck, per
war.
of 30 70-100, coats and disbiu-sements o*
the Indians,' and that he shall stand
8ort. He ft ill probably go down
I have levied on and will proceed to
». release He was nnglir through a hole in suit,
sell,
at
public auction, to the highest bid­
it no longer, but will try the virtue
prisoners the ice and su
ed that he had der. for U. 8. gold coin, in accordance with'
to South Carolina dnring the next ’ j ' 4' '1
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of powder next time.
execution and decree of fartecloaure,
caught a trou so large that it said
in front of the Court House door, th La­
Another destructive fire lias
recess and give Bigamôas Bowen
?iigue, of could not be b iuglit through'the fayette, Yamhill county. Oregon, the real
The Idaho Si()naL
Signed says that appre­
desolated
a
estate hereinafter described,
portion ¡Uli
the hensions
a cord;al greeting.
are felt, by the citizens of
tlié Peo- orifice. So he c itly played his fish
On the »3d day af June, 1873.
city of Boston, The fire broke Paradise Valley of trouble with ^the
ve Alliance.
with one hand hile with the other at one o'clock p. m. of said day. all thd
Indians during tho coming; “ca tnas
right, title and interest of the sala defend­
Efforts are being made to raise out in a large furniture warehouse time.
es Union he chopped the ice until the open­ ants, Andrew Smith and Polly Smith, iu
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" - year - blood
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Last
came Very
rk,. London; ing had been sufficiently enlarged. and to the following real property, as de­
money enough by subscription to and spread with fearful rapidity. near being shed, and this year the demon
scribed In sajd decree of foreclosure, to-
were
.Then with a' skillful twitch he wit: The south half of the donation land
aid Susan B. Abthpny to defend It continued to burn fora day and Indians have notified the settlers hat 30,000
claim of Andrew D. Smith and PoUy
they intend going upon the camas
én is- brought out—u dead, cat with a Smith his wife, being Claim Ro. 48, com­
herseif against the jndictment for a half and the loss is several mi!- fields at all hazards?
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These fields
prisingjMrts of Sections 17,18,19 and 20, of
PW of brick on its n4ck I Total weight T.
4, S. R. 3 West, Willamette base line and
are the property of the settlers, who
voting nt the last election. She lion» of dollars
meridian,
tn Yamhill county, Oregon, with
of
the
entire
prize,
nine
pounds.
would be considerably damaged by
the exception of that part conveyed to F.
Las been stumping Monrpe county
allowing the Indians i to
'
so tres ; sass
Fletcher and P. Smith, and containing
OOL €
ING
upon them.,‘The gn
246 acres, more less;'to be sold to satisfy
granting
of
Wal
­
so cffectivelj that the Sheriff
ivo -- returned a verdict
Oregon City, But to county, Cal-
said execution and accruing
lowa Valley to the Indians makes
per lb.
killing of Mrs. Broderick, of
thinks he cannot obtain a jury un­ ifornia, was partially destroyed by other In ¿hans more arrogant in their
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
AT NORTHj YAMHILL MILLS.
Lafayette, Ogn., May 23d, 1873.
prejudiced in her favor, j
30th i ult !• demands.
fire on the ni
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