—-I--------- -—- ---- — STATE NEWS. you to know the name of the person making it States. lie had left th) wilds of this scrape. I want H| I Sheriff’s Sale. Ì f f LAFAYETTE COURIER. unless Last why I coinmenced this war.!, tlw fact» arc denied. We Butler only some 13 yeai4s before, . winter on Lost River, A shooting match is to take place William c. Phipps, 1’itr. 1 Applegate 1 _ V«. ’ whcre^Ho es- do not vouch for going, he cared not| the truth of any- Galesville on the Fourth of July. Frederick at Brown came and said 1: ‘Big chief FRIDAY, JUNE 13 ...1873. Schimmel. Tun j| thing of which wo have not per cape the silken bou ids of his mar was coming to talk and we mu$t go B. Deiashninf, ( t ..C. Rider, ¡‘Foreclosure. The Capitol Commissioners pro- C. W. Riggins, * Isabella C. W ’. Higgins, Isabclia I ! soljdlers on the/reservation.’ The f-‘ riage, which had become galling sonal knew lodge, but we do not Mitchell,8. M. Lyon, Deft’s, j jounce the Roseburg limo fully up 4 NOTICE. believe the Senator himself will fetiers of iron. rHieii his. name came and suri ounded us beforejday, TTbY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT AND the test.| test. i did decree of foreclosure of mortgages tn and held no. talk or council, I Henceforward, until further notice, question the varacity of the per was John Hippie, Tut the fefnator, not expect that—I told them not to the ftlmw entitled sirit, made and entered a J ■ the nMs arc shoot when niy boys got . their guns^ h i Hon, John Brazce has been ap- ofrecord in the CirciuVA'ourt of the State the, yeas and rifcis Frank Withers and Frank Owen are son who makes these statements. when » pointed agent for the 0.^8. N. Co. at of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 25tli day of April, 1873, and an execution in ac authorized to collect and receipt for sul>- If there is some mistake about called, will answei to the name The soldiers fired the first gUty | ! I IWtecsl If | the (ho cordance therewith duly issued thereon IT. Mitclieíl. Mitchell. The Alituh- did not- think they wanted to [talk i scriptlons and advertisements and other this matter, in spite of all its cir of John II. out of said Court, and to me directed, in .. y (Soldiers) began to tire fiijp on The Gov. Grover now discharges favor of said Plaintiff, Wm. C. Phipps, and business of thia office. Other duties call cumstantial particularity, it will cll of Oregon is the Hippie of after they said Defendant Frederick Sehim- my people. pie. Some of my boys fired ter freight ht for Corvallis at the Far- against mel for the sum of $1,754 05, U. S. gold coin, ing I shall devote but little attenton to th« l>c easv to show what the truth is, Butler county. He i’ill sit in the back. I did not., not. I/took I.» took igy my things mers’ ^Srehouse. ’ damages, and the further sum of $14« 50, Wari paper in the future, for some tiiheat least] as the scene where the transac'- Chamber that once echoed to and run as fast as I could to get away. costs and interest thereon at the rate of ten ]>cr cent, perannum, since the 25th day Matti on County Farmers’ Club of tiona are laid is convenient of .the ringing periods of Webster Old Sconches on,, the reservation said tThe"- April 18, 1873. J. II. VITON. April, 1873, and in favor of one of said i ¡session at Salem w’ith a full Defendants, C. W. Higgins, a lien creditor, access, and the facts will be re and Clay, courted; flattered, and he had nothing to say himself. He for the sum of $1,040 00, U. 8. gold coin, membered there. This statement honored, as a rising, perhaps a only brought the message from Allen atTeii(lance|laBt week. with interest thereon at the rate of ten JOHN H1PPLE AGAIN. David. ” per cent, per annum since the 2otli day of Christian, statesman.- All that corroboration in the fact finds t Through! the liberality of citizens April, 1873. and also in favor of said De As to Gen. Canby’s things ho had apd the yity Conncil, Corvallis is fendant, S. M. Lyon, a lien creditor, forthe that soon after Mr. Mitchell came 1 man could ask of promise ‘ Lür z the ing on, hq said : “I can’t say any anyth The ‘■Orqgoninn, in a long ar sum of $1,031 00, U. S. gold coin with inter soon to hate a brass band of its own. to Portland, and many times since future will be his. His linôs have about it. i I went awayJ The boys est thereon at tl>e rate of 12 per cent' ticle, tries to fim£ excuse for our per annum since the 25th day of Aprily lie told different persons that his fallen in pleasant places. . > who killed Gni un. Canby got the things. Over 30' J tickets in the Omaha lot- 1873, Y have levied on and will proceed tot Senator with an alias, but coil wife had died in California, just ! Surely, the mutations, oi^ife are I was there, but went off as soon as I tqry were taken at the Dalles; the m H], at public auction, to the highest bid der, for v. s . gold coin, in accordance eludes as follows: holders ay 3 anxiously looking for the with said execution and decree of fore before his coming up here. beyond our ’ comi>rébén«ion found I could not stop thejn.” Jack . Ix'ii^g interrogati id said : pfizes.; , closure, in front of the Court House door' The Senator says the act Of Another circumstance not Fiction presents, in all its,range, “ Bogus bi Lafayette, Yamhill county, Oregon, the Ulul Charley and Shacknasty 11 11! JU ' ' I 1 "* 1 real estate hereinafter described, changing his r.hme could not bo without significance is that when no greater contrast i of fate or Jim killed G ?n. Canby. Allen Da- ! .aOmZruesflay lyjot last week JM.r., lr- jof Mr. Ir- On the 3Oth day of June, 1873, i recalled when once committed. the story of his changing his name fortune than between Hippie, or vid advised t hem to kill Canby, so Of Benton county, hftd his 2o’clock, p. m. of said day, all the righty ■ * the ’ ' pen K aid of *• the ” 1 they did it. I am telling tho tr ith ; thigh broken by a team running at Why not? The step taken under was first made public here, the Mitchell/ in title and inteiestef said Frederick 8chim-» melandall persons claiming by or through the sudden perturl-ation of mind, Senator denounced the statement United States, 8 and the orice cher- I did not kill him ; I hhd it done, V him since August 15th, 1870, in and to tne it.” He added in » ' following real property as described in said bad ouly to be repudiated wheu as an unmitigated falsehood I and ished wife ol bis bdteom, a 1 menial but did not < do Marion tens of Stayton, citi The uin the conclusion: 4' ‘I don’t lie. r Bring . of foreclosure, to-wit: Being part s of returned, All lie afterwards, and in a very shot t pe- i!d a Frankln hotel. He lis sober reason returned,* is the men who saw nie do -..this thing;, . I county; pr< bpose to honor the glorious decree the Original Donation Land Claim of Car Goodrich and wife, situate in Yamhill had to do was to begin to pass riod, confessed its truth.’' I <;nest of earth’s great ones; the want to face! them. If I had my Fourth bj • an appropriate celebra- mi County, State of Oregon, and in Township tiori|.|' BI • I I .1 1 I ** 4 South Range 3 West, said donation claim himself by his true name, and the Does not the presence of th(£. peer, as the world goes, of men .of chains oft’ I Would tell all th^ men * H ' • being designated as claim No. 49. Notifica . thing would have l>een i nccoin- woman in California explain how historic fame; she a toiling^ slave,“ who did those those things, Scon- ; 7 lie pwo postoffice KJU1 at Junction City last tion No. 1,040. The first parcel of land be said he did shoot at Meao^iein, Friday night, at the South East corner of said Do ‘ ‘ , was robbed of about gins plished. This excuse is absurd. he happened to leave Pcnn?yl- who dines from off thé plfcte she chin nation Claim; Thence West 42.54 cbains; but al! the Modocs knew hd wi as a $40. No < clue ilue to the robbery at last Thence North 37.52 chains; Thence East 42.- The truth is plain. . The object venia? Docs not tho whole trans lately washed,” with uo hop'e of a j>oor shot and could not hit i any- 63 chains; Thence South 37.75 chains to the accounts. he had* in view in taking a name action there explain the. necessity brighter day this side of thè grava. thing.” ..place of beginning, containing 159.61-100 I ' more or less. The second parcel of Jack’s answers are, of cpufB^, a tis- About b x hundred head of beef acres, other than that of his father was for taking money with him ill h|i| Yet who can say that her let, dark ¡ land described in said decree is bound and described as follows: Beginning at a a continuing one, and the flight ? These questions wo leMc and gloomy as .itjsceins, fs’ less sue of liesi, but many of them agree cittlo and a thousand head of sheep ed point in Center of old county Road running the resorva- that old Sconches, from shipped below from the ibcoeii have tion has been continued accord-, 4he intelligent reader do answer. happy than his? Who knows that tion, was a messenger and took the from Dayton to Matheney’s ferry bearing' Dalles the past iponth. South 1.T‘ 30'West 2.50?chains from the cen iHow far the Senators course of ingly and never would have* been there is not constantly befere hitri money given him by Capt. Jack, . and ter of Palmer’s creek, at the Mouth, which ' is also the North WeM corner of said dona acknowledged had not its further life during his residence in this torturing visions of a deserted wo charge Allen Ba vid, the Klaioath, \ i A xgentl . ?man named Southward, tion claim claiin No. 49: 49; thence tlience South 13 deg. 30 30' ’ 14.00 79.60 chains: thence South ___2“ Z' . concealment been impossible. State lias been such as to entitle man and a little child ^-phantoms Chief, with urging them to inakt war lately r from the east, died on Deer West 79.50 creek, pou ¡jglas county, last w’eek, of •Chains: Thence East 41.14 chains; Thence •andkill C^nby. BUNKER. There is another matter con him to oblivion of his past mû- that will not down;at his-bidding, North 56.52 chains: thence West 4.86 chains; congestion . of the lungs. thence South 67X deg. West 3.20 chains: Troops to Leave the Front-More nected with this remarkable his deed?, all can judge, il Instead 'öf j, And the Penrtsylvania' papei thence North 22M deg. West 3.20 chains: t ' rj i |||j[ ] I <locn Taken. : Beef is n|ow peddling by the butcli- thence North 67S deg. East 3.20 chains^ ■t * tory, which, besides being impor discarding the false name lie ipnl- might have added that1 John Hip Yreka, Cal., June 1 !•—David I !orn, cy carts at tlirep and six cents per thence South 22& deg East 2.70 chains^ tant in itself, throws a flood of ried to California, as ¡I . he might suttler at!Camp, Canby, on Title Lake, pound, at 1 he Dalles, and salmon one thence East 4.86 chains: Thence North . 0 pie, undejr the ?iarn de plutne, of 23.00 chains to the Yamhill River. ThencCt light, it seems to us, upon the cir well have done on arriving hK4,' arrived this evening, having left ' here to two bits each, according to size. up said River with its meanderings, dis tance not known, to where the point of cumstances connected with hi? lie continued the deception till lie John H. Mitchell, married a Sec Sunday night. From him we 1 earn land bei-ctofore conveyed by Carmi Good that all was quiet at headquai tors. Mr. Litchfield, who has been ap- rich and leaving Pennsylvania; and which was discovered bv persons whom ond wife soon after arriving in wife to Daniel Chaplin, intersects The Warm Springs and oné or two to the Siletz agency, vice said Y’amliilt River; thence South 60 deg we will state a* it comes to ¡us US he could not control. Ins|eml of Oregon, i thus making ^himself troops of cavalry wQre expected to I>ointed West, distance rtot known, to the center Samuel Case,resigned, went down to of the oldCountv Road aforesaid: thence rom an individual of high social living in that retirement and ob amenable for bigamy- -a Peni ten. start north yesterday. scene of his future labors o.n North the sc 50 ffeg. West along^he <•< nler of WII- iiiiïMI in scurity which he says wiis l.'is ob said old roiid 5.00 chains: thence North ,li standing now é residing Qn Saturday, eight Pitt river In- Wednesday of last week. » ; deg. west 3.<X) chains to the place of begin dians brought eleven Modoc?, ifiree from personal jcct in fleeing his country »nd tiary offence. -city, wl;o speaks t ning, conlain.ing.2ta and 75-100 acres more ' Thp ’ Salem ¡Farmers ’ Club, at its men and eight women and chiLlren, or less; tobe sold tosatisfy said execution, c|iangin< knowledge. By this iicrson it is g his name, he immediate- < The .Advocate emits $ • fierce to Gen Davis. The Modocs had tuk- next meeting, will discuss the follow and accruing costs. R. I’. BIRD stated that about the last of Iy,upon coming to Ûdt'gon, sought ing,: " Itescired, That dairy farming ■ be- en refuge in their village.7 They Sluxiff of Yamhill county, Oregon. ‘ April or first of May, 1^60, (the to be placed in the rrj»st proïni- criticism of Prof. 0. S. gowler’s ing afraid to have them stay t ieri\ cannot be made generally successful Lafayette, May 30, 1873. nl4w4 1 in the WaBamet valley. observe that Mr. nent positions in' the ¡State and lectures in Portla’«d.* The pro went over to Hot Spring valley and reader will c ‘__ d T i i w Hippie left Pennsylvania in April nation, and has never sèrnpfed at fessor has investigated Ihcolog counseled with some of the w h|tes A young ■ lad aged fourteen, the son ' „ advised thein to disarm of Mr. Fitzpatrick, ¡ Sheriff’s Sale. of that year) the man whom we any i means, that seamed to bo ical subjects ds well as others, the there. They at Bake Oven, Fii _ the Modocs aifd take theni to i Dlavis, yyasco^onnty, ’, died a few days since ipw call Senator Mitchell landed necessary, to acçoéqiljish hi is par result being that he has mme out which they did. James D. Miller, George 1 <44 1 y <1111.4 and K./« C. P j ¡ — from r r the etti _ Jects of a pistol shot Marshall, at the port of San Luis Obi^pb ppfscs. Instead of excising that Six deserters are being tijiiMl by Church, p imrtners, tin- ( ' a liberal. That paper, being the court-martial. woun4 in the hand. der the ni nn nume of } Foreclosure, in Southern California, from a charity towards othch i Miller, M&i irshall A Co. There are now but throe or four 'Mr. steamship bound from Panama to no‘\V asks for hiursplf, ‘ has mrgan of illiberal dogma.^ cannot Vs Mr. John Joi 1 _ Wilson of Yoncalla, J. M. Huelr ry D. anil John one of M im I ix ? bucks out. Tho only San Frar.cis^o. In those times, been so roi entier à-i ard be expected to look with jrlic least ili form» tibe Zi Pantograph that grain is Ticfendants. , A Taylor) I I from note is Long Jim, who escaped lipin g shippe d 1 in considerable quan- we may remark parenthetically, B y vnr ITl ’ E OF A JVIX4MENT ANl> degree of pationcer upon ¿adverse the guarif at G<*n. Gillem’s cam be- Tiiies ifrom that place. Indications a deck t ec of foreclosure of mortgage in the Pacific Railway being yet un ambition. That his private life L.k theories though ^advanced F by the fore the uni assiuTC of den. C:wibv theaboven entitle'! __ ______ ,T nitule ___ __ T________ suit, anil entered of record in the Circuit Court of the S:ato el ling are good for an abundant harvest. Grand I.od^c >dffC I. O. G. T,~Uwe built, the travel to .California li is been impuri shiice ho camo ip i for or Yamhill i u in n in v County, on in x , on tlie iiiv l-tiii of Oregon, 14:Ir Burned. tfil, 1873, and an execution in ac- day of Api from the East was mostly bére, we do no' a-sert nor deny. It wisest and best of our thinkers •It is said that a charivari took place cjrdance 1 ilietewnh dffly issued thereon __ June 11.—Tho G, •and Albany. steamer, With the future Sell has been said, but wo have no and scientists. .-uidCourl, «ndio me directed, in v out vi of saitj Lodge of I. O. Gb T.. now ihj ¡¿esiion. . H a few miles below Eugene last week, uu, favor of si|id 1 _ Plaintiffs, ___ Miller, _ _ Marshall A at w^iich paper wads were __ _ _ ,._L. ___ shot wy : to-ili ator, landed also a handsome ami ; disposition Jo seek for proof of it. elected the fallowing officers ^Tr Co., and against said Defendant, J. E. through the windows, and other dain- Huelry, flir t he sum of six hundred and FonLGWC; Mra. sprightly young woman whom he That his inanagémeliit in politics TELEGRAPHIC NEjWS/ Tilmon age done, for which tho parties pro- sixty-e'ght dollars, U. 8. gold coin, ^rith in nnie Hoxter, G W Counselor^; ^Cfli introduced as Mrs. Mitchell, his has been above' the low av orage of terest tere ’st tEefeon thefeon at the rate of one per cent. Underwood,, GW V T;; James A. posed to pay $80. April, pct month, from the said 14th day of April. Latest From the Front. -1 utervlcw wifp. The two went out to the these corriupt times, wo presume o Smith, -.t ri ttr c’. J. T i> KC-lHlJ —L, ç T. ii ¡1 18 ’ 3, and fpt the further sum of 3G 39-100 ' 1873, »nd G W Sr; B.| M££l^ with Captj Captl Jitcjc, «Tac>c.. ■ ‘ III t and disbursements, and also dollars, k, coats cl toyyn of San Luis Obispo, which.is his warmest friends will not in- Workmen have been engaged for A dwellin, belong tio R. McConàéll, in favoroi >f said Defendant, John A. Taylor- Boyle’s Ckinp, Juno$.—Cipt. Jack du Oak creek, was burned yesteriay. two days in laying down a side traick for the sui m of 348 _____ 1M00 dollars, _____ r U. __ S. kold __ a few miles inland from the sist. Taking the ftibls just as we spoke 0s follows to-dayj wha 1 having Loss unknown} no insurance. coin, withjinterest thereon at tne rate of from near the Salem depot to the port of the same name, and there find them, there ds so much un his iir&t one pet cent, per month, from the said 14th first interview with Gel Ge». Davis. 1C- » ! s J I ' ll "*■]!■! S|ate House grounds, to lie used for day of April, 1873.1 have levied on and will Tlic Massacre of the Modoc Captives Mr. Mitchell opened a law office explained that is worse than wl.at He tnes tries to implicate implicate ’ Alle) Allejp David, the delivery of lime and building proceed toli sell, at public auction, to the Denounced. ! highest bid< Ider, forU.48. gold coin, in ac- under the name of John II. Mitch ho attempted to4$p|ain, that un- the Klamath Chief, and depl as .being stone from the Umpqua valley. Washington, June 11. II. — The mdssa- mi cordance wi Ith said execution and decreo I «I $ h M present when Gen. Canby w. us killedj ere i j-. lie cleaiis - up' the matter he can ell, rented a house and fumiihed loss of foreclosure, in front of the Court House* erd of the tho Modoc captives «4 »■ how- <0 |o open the sub- sub Tho Agent of the Corvallis Ware door in 1-afayette, Yamhill county,Oregon, 4up|X)rted “ I don’t know how it, and settled dovi n to business. not expect to crossing is d^iounced denounced by real estate hereinafter descn1>ed, ject ftliout Allen David. I received a River r here. house Company has closed a bargain the On Both General Shi one She the 30th «lay of June, 1873, Then he introduced the person he bv the morid pC6ple of his State. message last winter b| b) the lava l^va ’ * l>eds by which the Company purchase, the nt 11 o'clock, a. m. of said day, all the rights with the military and Attoroe Attorney- ■ » called his wife, into society. She i by old Sconches and a suitaluef of Moore <& St. Clair Warehouse prop title and interest of the said J. M. Huelry < Williams with judicial aut his from Allen David as follQWS follows : ‘I eral appeared to be extremely fond! iof erty, wharf, etc., for $2,500. 1 The in and to the following real property as de [ had msTouv, ties, will exorcise every in Raid decree of foreclosure, to- don’t want you to slower ' * ’ j?our $our gun means to capture and punish th property embraces eight lots, we be- scribed hiWi HnnT him, and of a little girl who was wit : OneJialf of Levee lot No—and all .of and fight like a squaw, butiyqu but »you must lieve. Levee lotsNo’s one (1), two (2). three (3) and understood to be their daughter,’ prits. The attoruey-General ex e Under the above capt ion, the tight like a man.’ At first I thought) four (4) in the town of Dayton, Yamhill es the opinion'that it w^s comr frequently alluding with pride to county, Orégon, as designated upon the their message was ajlie but; it came Mr. Charles Nickell, of Hull & „ recorded maps thereof; to be sold to satis ! publ idied at I the talents of her! husband, and Venango .1 so often I believed it. I Wfis about) by outlaws who infect fy said execution and accruing costs. Nickell, proprietors of the Democratic . 1 and that it will be almost in} ■in the to lay dow n m R, P. BIRD, my arnfe Wheu I got ; the flying he had ctndied layv with Franklin, ’LPenikq lyania, : .1 L Times, Jacksonville, has purchased a •L to catch them. Sheriiffof Yamhill county Oregon. , I HI if message and Allen ]j)avid t^ld S< Scon- typographical outfit com plete in San Lafayette, May 30, 1873. one of the cost eminent lawyers county adjomii?^ the one in which nl4w4 chin to tell me to; fight-pthat he A ledger uBeà by Patrie Fjraneisco, and the Times will soon - 4 • i of Pittsburg, and would himself John Hippie married inarried anti and de de- thought u the whites were going to resume, resume . its old proportions. become a great lawyer some dav. serted his. tvife, ^jculates as will fight him and he would soon let Jack as a storekeeper in 175B*9 land Sheriff’s Sale« X | j! ■ ' *H • This person, it is state’d, said ¡she ais ’ a ’ ing his ice-book as lawyer, b< know what he Was gfoing to jdo. • A1- An assessment of fifty per cent, has he seen I below* I H i I »pie’s w ife is lensaid: ‘Hold ’on to youij Chrisman •I youri guns, gu , I in 1763. have just been deposited been levied upon the capital stock of Walker vs. had been a school ma’am before ìrvght fa! : a lliotel in the am - getting ammunition and) will join i in the Virgina State Librar Foreclosure. . her marriage to Mr. Mitchell. now a servant ii the University Association at Eugene Andrew Smith, I Polly Smith and you in a few days ; am selling prop- » to be paid by July 1st. The money f » Early in June, it was determined town in which the Spectator is rwixr powder, tx / xist /I nr : etfl. niri **-**4^ Samuel Brown. erty to buy Jon ’t ------ act 1 ie certainly needed, as the work is » r - , ■J' 01 ’ Wilkie Collins has been epgeged by the citizens to have a Foitrth- published. TroO^I y virtue of a judgment and 1 like a woman—be a man. I ¡.Will ___ ___ join being pushed forward with com decree of foreclosure of mortgage in the Ameijican Literary Bureau of-July ’ celebration, and Mr. llcan party led l>y ’¡curious, stuff1 ■■■■ you soon—have lots of•-pcojile— want lV mendable zeal. the above entitled suit, wade and entered j He Mitchell was complimented with to get guns first. Whatever offers for the new 1 of record on the 14th day of April. 1873, in I 1 Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, make an invitation to deliver the ora when it must ncedri. send an alias the Commissioners may m^ke don’t will arrive in At a recent farmers’ meeting in the Yamhill county, and an execution in ac try his 1 appearand The believe what they say—they are try' if ending Linn county, it was suggested that for appearance tion. He accepted flic invitation, to the United States i Senate cordance therewith duly issued thereon, out m rnn i ing to fool you. I Was. goin^ tO give an ?o|igina st the the clubs, all over the State, seek of said Court, and to me directed, in favor Spectator's: li|4!i!N| but soon afterwards came to tli,c up and surrender wheri I got these of said plaintiff, Walker Chrisman, and out and assist in advertising every - conclusion to leave the place, as ’ ’ whent ’ nfl I killed kill' against said defendants, Andrew Smith and There is now employed m this messages. I expected irt baa man or company engaged in manu Polly Smith, for the sum of Thirteen hun The Ohio Supreme | Cou ¡l$n Dl vid signing as a reason for this sad city as a house-servant, a woman the Commissioners that AIL facturing from raw material produced dred and ninety ($1390 00) dollars, in U. S. „xt day, oy affirmed the constitionality cf the in this State. ’1 den change of purpose, that the who was a few slipht years ago the would be with me the nex^ fold coin, with interest thereon front tho act of the Legislature of À] i very soon, and I had al give« .pril 27, - given 4th day of April, 1878, at the rate of one . [ : } , ' . , . . lawyers therd understood the wife of a rising young lawyer in up my arms. I ate the per cent per month, and the further sum ; of ths ires life insuran •1872, requi ice com- Twenty-seven wool growers of of 30 70-100, costs and disbursements of . I Spanish language, and had, there Butler county. After her mar Government and did not WSnt to d !> Douglas county have resolved not to suit, I have levied on and will proceed to er States to per Tinit fore, an advantage over him, the riage there was a short year of wed any more fighting after eating their seU, at public auction, to the highest bid „ themselves ) lx? sued in the Cp dirts sell their wool for less than 30 cents der. for U.B. gold coin, in accordance with When w I got this people there being largely of ded love and the birth of a daugh grub. «rv__ per pound, and to hold it until the said execution and decree of foreclosure, hio. ted for of Ohio. front of the Court House door, in La Spanish dr Mexican origin; that ter. Then came estrangement and made me act as though I next meeting of the Convention, on in fayette, Yamhill county. Oregon, the real Allen David, and expi . I him to June 28th. business was light anyway, and aversion on the part of the busband, join me soon. hereinafter described, tely ob- 16,000 sheep. The 27 men owned over estate J Allen David1 cause! On the ‘43d day of June, 181fot that lie and his wife were both ending in his desertioni ctf : wife f VW 1AV and UUU served after a rather t 1 ’ man- at one o'clock p. m. of said day, all tbe- too unqualifiedly Republican to child. Left Penniless and broken title and interest of the s^lddefend-. net. The wife elo wlth a Hernott, of Appiegare, uose- right, pplegate, Jose- ants, Andrew Smith and Polly Smith, in get along well in a place so hearted, the poor mother struggled ac and to the following ;n a serious ac- young felloyr, taking i t be all pnme county, met with real property, as de«, lieved them and thought he ¡meant i strongly Democratic as that. He to support herself and offspring, cident on Thursday of last week, He scribed in said decree of foreclosure, to-, the “ tin.^ ihe ba4T«| r 1 ‘ “ wit: The south half of the donation land was loadinr a ‘ wagon at the ' depot claim left there, with his family, before doing whatever her hands found to and so I acted . . of Andrew D. Smith and Polly yearp. Tbfc discovery 0 ~ . hcjr ab- and, while g lifting friends, biit he urged me to t' lift! _ ruptured Smith his a _ crate, wife, being Claim Mo. 48, com- the time to deliver his oration, do, and in the course »f years she Last winter I was go; the festivities Çrising parts of Section« 17,18,1» and W, ot a blood vessel in his nose. --------- Fora our informant thinks about the applied fdr, and obtained; a di they wanted me, ana '. 4, S. R. 3 West, Willamette base line and while it was feared that death would meridian, in Yamhill county, Oregon, with middle of June. We know noth- vorce. The husband went to quiet place not on the rock^Z T_. ___ idvertisemi iafrom ensue. the exception of that part conveyed to F. Fletcher and D. Smith, and containing iinr further ofhim or of the woman, California, and finally settled in David was always pushing inon8aiwrr:“M; nd 246 acres, more less; to be sold.no satisfy and the Klamath chiefs ^0a! The body of Alexander Dunbar, said execution and accruing costs. Mccompanviug him, till ho reached ‘Orcu'on :e. _ .1 He hnC’ tniont;, ambi- same. They talked as though that _ R. P. BIRD, who was drowned on the second day Portlaml without her, on ar aMnt,;» t^DÌl. I' ami a shim a ee—three groat D ivid wft3 a big ch ao i to of January Sher'ff of Yamhill county, Oregon. last, in the South Ump- Lafayette, Ogn., May 23d, 1878. the first d >y, of July of ihe| ¡raàiô I requi ites nt it] ü t ; work the for sticciH in life. must not think the 5 Klamath.! P13vt was recovered on tho 30th women—they ware : pot going to la Tear,. He could not have stopped Dabbling in polity he qw a me! myself, s ten shil- of May in a slough near the residence down their arms to the wrntes. tong in Han Francisco. 'morning to discover Bini ti i in beer, WO| liim of Samuel Moore, about threee miles » had all the trouble land) , did u 11 the i pnlow whore ho was drowned. Tho . This i.< the statement imide to islature of Oregon Ir.ijÜi or lie str fighting and lie did s. |t looks body wm much decayed, n ant» was) i noj at liberty to jisc 1 him a Senator of Mie w?, as though they triex L>t %iic in Q only identified by tho clothir. THOS. u. STANDS EÍ. 1 f j 1 I I i Í | L.,™ ft i— I ir 1 « ' 'i « t • 4 • ■' t 1 X I a 1_ Á. t I 1 i j I '4 » i ■ ' k 7 i k > Et i ■■I •t /• j,. I t •w * ■ > 2 4 V 5*- 4 ,n- I . i 4 i . 1 1 J___ .11 0______ 1_ k _ ___ bi 1 • -tU n 4 -» .» ■ £ * » 3 ! fr / ? B •• ti 4. f • I I I A Ml.« . « j i * 1 I* t f Í H » 1 « f *4 a q L'i i 4 I f .. 4. • ’ lì ' 1 Jj •4 •i t 11 i.