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COUNTY FINANCES. I
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1 heaci of shoep started WiJlltin C.4lliif)nP,'Sir. • i ,
The financial year which closes Much flour is 1 beipg
from Polk county for Eastern Oregon Frederick Éfehínirnel, Van I
FRIDAY, JUNE 20.. ...1873
D. Defeshmtft, G. C. aider, > Foreclosure.
if they carried the last State elec
làst mon day.
W. Iligjim, IMbella I
Four fat men of Walla Walla lift
Lyon, De ft’»■ J
tion, the taxes would be lowered expensive one ever experienced in
The erection of the new quarts
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OF A JUIXiMENT AND
the beam at 1,100 pounds.
mill at tlie.Virtue mine, Baker City,
and sonic gigantic “reforms” inau
decree of foiWfosure of mortgage« in
lleuceforwnrd, until further notice,
the above entitled «nit, made and entered
terms of Circuit Court whiicli have M More shocks of earthqnuko are rc- is progressing rapidly, ii
of record in the Circuit Court of the State
Frank <,'• Withers» and Frank Owen are
ported in the distant Upper Columbia
Oregon^ipr Yamhill county, on the 25th
The W. R. T, Co’s wlmrf at Salem of
day of April, 1873, and an execution in ac
authorized to collect and receipt for sub on this promise of reform, and
is about completed, and will be very cordance therewith duly issued IbeTeoB
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scriptions and advertisements and other then what did they accomplish for sand dollars.
put of said Court, and’to me directed, ite v
i;} Walla Walla has organiled a “Coun convenient to shippers.
favor of said Plaintiff, Wm. C. Phipps, and |
We have had from two to five ty Grange,” otherwise known as the
business of thisolhce. Other duties call the relief of the taxpayers ? They
a gainst ¡mid Defendant Frederick «ebiai- b
There is fear in Washir
mel tor the sum of $1,754 05, U. S. gold coinr |
ing I shall devote but little attenton to the
persons in jail nearly all the tiip.e ?Farwer’s Club.
damages, tuul the »further sum of $146 50,
]Miper in the future, for some timeat least.
dnd interest therepn at the rate of
and ten per
forward wheat to
cent, per annum, since the 25th day
session of the Legislature in elect since the middle of July ¡last, jat 'Fifteen couple ha ye been married the
J II. UPTO$.
April, la, 187a
of April, 1873, and in favor of one of said
iut one hotel in Walla Walla in the lodge badly.
Defendants, C. W. Higgins, a lien creditor,
ing to the Senate of the United
for flie sum of $1,040 00, U.. S. gold Qoi*k
will C be
with interest thereon at the rate of ten
States the now notorious John this, we have had to foot ‘the or
HIS CAREER DISCOVERED.
_• 10. per cent, per annum since the 25th day of
Two horses died one day lust week held at Hillsboro, beginning July
April, 1873, and also in favor of said De
Hippie, the ‘‘caucus nominee.”
.at Steilacoom, from what was sup- to try the caKe of the State of Oregon
fendant, S. M. Lyon, a lien creditor, for the
Tlie career and
posed to be epizooty.
sum of $1,031 00, U. S. gold coin with inter
After accomplishing this virtuous
est thereon at the rate of 12 per cent,
John Hippie alias John II. Mitch- act, they repealed the act of the
and per annum since the 25tli day of April,
•Forty stand of arms have been' Six miles of the Sm
1873,1 have levied on and will proceed to
The result is that Yamhill coun furnished the Idaho Rangers, a mili Walla Walla Wagon I toil is already sell,
ell, have, since the same become Legislature of 1870, cutting down
at public auction, to the highestbid-
lainiug eleven dcr. for U. S. gold coin, in accordance
an open question, been developed the fees of Sheriffs arid/Clerks tv •»
•' will be; compl^tpd by the i 1st of Aug- witli said execution and decree of fore
closure, in front of the Court House doof
The new postmaster at Walla Wai-; ust. i
with sufficient certainty to sum up about one third, and passed an many years.
in Lafayette, Yamhill county, Oregon, tlio -
real estate hereinafter deseril>ed,
briefly like this: John Hippie, act raising the fees of those offi Heretofore we have had buti mission and taken possession of his
Last week tie teams qf li Stewart,
On the, 30th day of June, 1873,
a at La nt 2o’cloclt,-p. m. of said day, all the right,- ■
of Umatilla x)ou®t;
prior to April, 1860, resided in cers higher than they wore prior two terms of Circuit Court, eadli. office.
apples, title and interest cf said Frederick Schim
year, and they wove short ¡ones.
mel and aU persons claiming by or through
Butler, Pennsylvania. A ’ few to 1870.
Private letters say Gen. Davis has Very few ¥ had spoi
since August 15th, 1870, in and to the
The assessment for the ensuing *i expressed his intentüon to recommend sold readily at} seven cents rpound following
real property as described in said
years previous to this period he
The result noW is that it will
decree of foreclosure, to-wit: Being part« of
tlie Original Donation Land (“aim of Car
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married a woinau because, as the bankrupt a poor man to litigate a fiscal year will bo much/larger tioned at Walla Walla.
mi Goodrich and wife, situate in Yamhill
says that County, State of Orcgon.'and In Township<
A paper up the
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phrase goes, he must, To Mr. claim in Court. All a man need than at any previous year and t|im Gen. Milroy,
of base ball is “a gi
’ lc con- 4 Sou/n Range 3 West, said donation claim
desígnatelas claim No. 49. Notifica
Indian A flairs for Washingti
Washington Terri- sumin g nuisance, taking t ìe mi iml of being
and Mrs Hippie were born three do now to pursuade his neighbor number of mills of tax ’ to I be je-]
tion No. 1,940. The first parcel of land be
i I tory, lias asked Olympia for the i^se scholars from (heir studies, , and should gins
at the South East corner of said Do
children—the first within a shorter not to go to law is just to point to vied will not be small.
i of her jail, to put disorderly Indians lx? as much discountenanced as prize nation Claim; Thence West 42.54 chains;
Thence North 37.52 chains; Thence East 42.- *
Under the present law the coun : in.
period from the date of the mar him the Clerk’s “fee bill,” and if
fighting, or any other muscula: ,r ac- «3 chains; Thence South 37.75 chains to the
' f te quirement.ovi^ mind?*
place of lieginning, containing 159.61-100
riage ceremony than is usually the man survives, he is cured for ty authorities must levy five an^ aj • Many citizehs
lucres, more or less. The second parcel of
j ■ / j ILII'' Ili'Hrip H!l ’[
land described fh said decree is bound- •
sui natiti g ed
deemed orthodox. Early in April, life of any desire to “bring his half mills for State and lnilitary| tired of tho expepso ofjk-jcity organi-, The Examination of
ahd described a» follows: Beginningat a
zation, and want the
point in center of old county Road riyuiingi
from Dayton to Matlieney’s ferry bearing- .
remit them back to a precinct organ Heart (Sisters! school)
lem, will South
130 30'west 2.50'k-hiiinsfro'mthecen-
chanced to rest upon some fair
take place Mohday next-' The aunual 1 tei’ol Palmer's creek, at theMouth, whicl^
The Republicans in the next
' commencment’ exercises will L_l__
take is also the North West comer of said dona
fori* ’ paying?
paying» • ■
but frail mortal of the feminine campaign will again promise re purposes and notiiing fori
claim No.- 49i thence South 13 deg. 30'
A lady of Greeley, Colorado Terri place Tuesdapr. Visitors to com- tion
West 79.50 elm ins: .thence South 14.60
gender. It is probable that her form and ask tho “dear people” to
tory, has alxindonefl thé needle ¡or menccment exercises will be admit chains: Thence East 41.ft chains; Thence r
teij the plow, and lias done plain sowing ted only upon tickets.
North 56.52chains: .thence West 4.86 chains;
charms so enchained him that ho try them once more, But they
thence Soigh ^ü deg. West 3.20 chaina;
to the extent of 18 acres of wheat.,
thence North 22 Si deg. "West 3.20 chamar
lost all recollection and con have been tried and found on-
The Farmers’ Company of Corval thence North "67deg. East 3.20 chains;
thence South 22A«
22>i deg East 2.70 chains;
il)0 sowing tares.
lis have comnienced excavations for thence
sciousness of the duty he owed to worthy of public trust, The De- levy for county pur poses will
an extensive addition
the ware- 23.00 chains to the chains:
Yamhill River. Thence
the wife of his bosom and the two mocracy indicted them for betray
.tThe Idaho Statesman says: “Nev^r house which they pur
a few up said River with its meandering«, dis
tance not known, to where the point of
in the history of Boise valley has the
„ win land
children he must leave behind him ing the people and they have been
heretofore conveyed by Carmi Good
A C hance .*— Bob Byl I
fruit andfgrain crop promised to he sb have a frontage on the ilivfer <#90 feet. rich and wife to Daniel Chaplin, intersects
in his flight. He “eloped” with tried by a jury of the people and
Yamhill River; thence South 60 deg
fruitful as the prèseint; season, which Its capacity will be oO, 000 bushels of said
West, distancenot known, to the
to ride fast horses
in conjunction with the good mining wheat.
her (the frail one) as the world “found guilty.
of the old County Road uforoeaitk tleaca
North .'»(» deg. West along the center ©f
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has it, and brought up during the proceed ‘to sentence thena nefct
said old road 5.00 chains: thence North lj
west 3.00 chains to the place of begin
late years, been in search ¡of ansili ing for the ! country.
be I deg.
their fond parents
arents and 3 [ sought to
same month in San Louis Obispo, June.
ning, containing 269 and 75-100 acres Dipru
but the affair or less; tolie sold to satisfy said executioa
Baker Citÿ, *, , bit
lìce. In 1870 Gov. Gil^bs bea|^ The Olympia
_ ” Tribune says; “Owing married al Bai
California, bringing one of the
was not 18 and accruing costs.
ted, as the
R. F. BIRD
to the cold and damp weather of the was postponed.
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
three tender responsibilities with
B ad F aith .—Duri ng lue/rapt
la^t two days, many horses afllictod year« oldL Down here, in such cases, Tjifayette,
Fourth District. Soon a her tlii| with the epizootic that were recovcr-
recovcr-t the fellow hirfs some rascal to make
him. In California it was, and in political'Cainpa&n in üiis ; county
lie left the Democratic patty qiut; ing, have since relapsed, and are in tho necessary, affidavit^ More than
order to better ^elude pursuit, that the radical candidate lor County
as bad a condition ' as they were a one instance of this
joined the radicals, hoping therclut week ago. As a general thing, how-j pened in Oregon.
he changed his name to John H. Surveyor promised, if elected, that
to secure the coveted ¡|rize, aq ever, the disease is ’abating. Some
D. Miller, George-^
The ¿Haiemdn says: klr. John Min- Janies
Mitchell, for be it understood he would not charge more than
Marshal], and C. P |
few horses have entirely escaped it.’j to of _ Salem
tl season of the year Church,
that, upon leaving Pennsylvania, one-half the fees allowed him bv
der the firm name of /Foreclosure.
date on the Republican tibket for Sevsral families—¡-thirty persons in
Miller, Marshall A Co.
a few mxvTj/Mnjo
m a a ir-T.
[ays ago) iwa-T
fjipple not only deserted his fam law for surveying. The jpndi-
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Recorder, of East Portland, and i fill—-left M°unt Zion, Illinois, on the Jtends his flock. ir
J. M.“Huelry and. John * ’
ily but brought with J dm funds date aforesaid, although he tailed
28tli ult., for Walla Walla» valley.
Aras defeated by J. A. Ndwell. In. The party have nine good teams and dwelling wit 1 him, and whjle her A Taylor)
of a judgment and
belongings to other parties for his ticket, was elected, and he im
husband look. >d after his slioup, em
a decice of foreejosnre of mortgage in i
the city election in Eastportlan covered spring wagions, and are well ployed her tine in making up sum
the above Q)ititled suit, made and eniered
which, upon discovery, he was li mediately returned to his old hab
provided with everything for their mer clothing for her boys. The other of record
in the Circuit Court of the Slate
own comfort, including several small day they canjo to town, and when of Oregon, for Yamhill County, on the 14th
able to be held to answer in a it of charging large bills for hi«
of April, 187^ and an execution in ac
again as candidate on thq Repulj, stove. They propose to make the they return« dj they found their tent day
therewith xinly issped theream.
services. He has been County
and to. me directed*n»
and contents a mete heap of ashes, favor of said Court,
lican ticket for Recorder and
Plaintilts, Miller, Marshal} A
the bliss of his new “affinity” un Surveyor for years and we sup
loss was something conriderable, Co., and against said Defendant, J. M. ‘
again defeated. « It Scpms tha|t James Pickett, . sentenced to (i)e the
Huelry, for the sum of six .hundred and
canqX utensils and clothing gixty-e
til he got a surfeit of the thing or pope he will be a candidate next
’ght dollars, U. & gold coin, -«-ith in
Dame Fortune has re used to ling a Nez Perce squaw last Agqst, were all destroyed.
terest thereon at ilte rate of one per cent,
else she found Ja tmore desirable year, for the same office. The peo
per month, from the said 14th day of April,
* p-------- ------
smile on Bob, at least for tlije near Pine City, wm taken over i to
1873, and fox. the further sum of 30 39-100
partner in iniquity, and then ple should sec that a competent
dollars, costs and disbursements, and also
present. We advise hirn to cainfe
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in favor of said Defendant, John A. Taylor,
Pinkham and lodged in the Peni
“chucked off” ou him: at all events and honest man is elected to this
for the sum of »48 UMW dollar«, If. S. gold
to tins county immediately àntì tiary. Report says Pickett will pVob-
coin, with interest thereon at the rate of
he arrived in Oregon in July fol soffiefc next year, as it is one of
one per cent, per month, from thesaid 14th
put himself in “fix” for runr.ipg ably hang. • The evidence show
day of April, 1873,1 have levied ou and will
lowing, still giving tho name be die most important,, positions in
to have been a horrible murder,
itroceed to sell, at public auction, to the
suicide by shooting himself.
for Constable of Lafayette pj^ no palliating circumstances.
tighesl bidder, for U. &. gold coin, hi ajc-
¡]l |j; lb L - ijb 'tordancc with said axeeutiok an 4 <ljcr«e^
has since deceptively worn. Upon the county
cinct, and if he will do this he may
- There were 35 dcathjft ifrom
rom cholera of .foreclosure, tn front of the Co'irt House
in UUayettcrXau^>ilIi oinMY„Oregon,
arriving hero be stated that his
17th ip st. door
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t he real eat at e here', imt t er
succeed, a« there is no person hei-È W. T., returns 275 dwellings, 148 in Nashville,^Tenn., on ti he at
The scourge is also rag.njg
wife had but recently died in Cal The Holladay wing of the Re
Ou the 30th day of June,4313,
who can be'induced
to' take tlje farms, 582 white males, 27G white non, Greenville; and other points.
o'clock, a. ut of said'day.aU fje right,
ifornia. During the year follow publican party said during the last
females, 174 colon d males, 26 colored
title and interest of the said J. M. Huelry
The Roman Senate Jias passed a in and to the following real property >s 4e«
females, 262 married couples, 124 at
ing Hippie was united in mar Senatorial election last fall, that
in said decree of foreclosure, to»
424 bill for the suppression .of religious scribed
wit: One-half of Levee Jot No- and hJT or
riage with Miss Price^the daugh if Mitchell should not be elected
This measure now Levee lots No's one (1), two (2j, three (3) anft
cannot write, 3>54 male citizens over corporations.
How flercoly John Hippie, ‘
four (4) In the town 'of Dayton, YatnbiH
ter of a worthy Portlander. This the Republican party would be little more than a year since,
51 years old. Clark county returns awaits the Royal sanction, p
bounty, Oregon, as designated u;x>n tbft
606 dwellings, 491'farms, 1,602 White
recorded maps thereof; i o be sold to satis*
was bigamous and for like conduct defeated at the next State election, raigned Democrats and the D<
Mrs, Quincy Shaw, a daughter of . fy ---- said
males, l,3|80 white females, 4 colored
“proljably better men than he have and the Corbett faction said that ocratic party at th$ Court Hou^e males and 2 colored females; number
Sheriff of Yamhill co ouwty
000 to the Museum of Comparative
served terms in the State Prison. if Mitchell was elected the De- in this place is still retnembenm of foreign bom males 282, females Zoology, in which her father is so Lafayette, May 30, 1873.
183-; 415 1-2 acres farm land in trees,
f’~ ...........- Ir— a
Frofrr this time forward Hippie’s mocracy would walk over tlie by those who heard his speech. ’^ 394 1-2 potatoes,
es, 2,123 gra
prass and deeply interested.
i -. j - Sheri(Ts Sale,
38 corn, C"
31 barley, 1,165 oats,
history in Oregon has been famil course in m 1874.
The graves of Confederate soldiers
i viinni. i Mitchell
PRPP- wa9 that very moment the wife he dis clover,
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i in Loudin Park were decorated with Walker Chrisman /j/j
iar with roQst readers, and here elected, and now it is rumored serted in Pennsylvania was pro^
flowers on the 17th inst. An address Andrew V 8. L uaivm ,
I Foreclosure. ì 1
we drop him, simply remarking that fio will be expelled from the ably bent over the wash tub ear a-
of Polly SmMh Smitl),
Since w’riting our article enti- was made by James Franklin,
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that in common with all the peo Senate in disgrace. The radicals ing bread for the two children; he tied “his career disco vered,” we Annapolis, and Wigfall, of Texas, de- Samuel prown.J
livered a characteristic speech.
BY VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT ANp
ple of the State wo deplore the cannot carry so much ignominy left dependent on her hands. ;
decree of foreclosure of mortgage iij>
have read the statemeut of Mitch Last week 14 Apaches toqk sixty
the above entitled suit, made and ehteredf
blunder of electing an alias to the and avoid defeat. ¿The Democ-
ell’s deserted wife in Pennsylvania. mules froifi Joseph Pierson, s miller, of record on the 14th day of April. IS73, in
near Magdalena, Sonora, Another the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon^
United States Senate.
racy .’must carry the State next
for Yamhill county, and an execution in ac*.
What has Hon. A. R. Burbau k Our “summing up” in the premises band of Apaches made their
cordance therewith duly issued thereon, out ‘
to' offer in extenuation for the' Ht1 is correct save that the first born ance this side of Sonora line and of said Court, and to tnc directed, in favor
P ortland C ity E lection .—
killed stock. The farmers fled.
of said plaintiff, Walker Chrisman,* and
At the city election in Portland
last Monday Henry Failing was
elected Mayor. He was the can-
dite on the “Citizens Ticket.”
Notwithstanding the fact that
the Custom House Ring made a
great effort to carry the city, they
Hippie’s wife testifies that the
woman Mary, who eloped with
her husband from Pennsylvania,
bad been in the habit of occupy*
ing a bed with him in bis own
house and almost in her presence.
And of such stuff do Republictfbs
make United States Senators.
The Republicans of" Portland
were defeated on Monday last,
Holladay has lost his grip.
, iConsidorable curiosity is mani
fested just now as to what became
of the prostitute Mary----- who
won John Hippie from his family,
plunged him into crime and ac
companied him to California. . It
is possible that she managed to
get hold of the three thousand
dollars Hippie had when he ar
rived in California and walked
away from the fellow.. Such wo-.
men do such things.
S kunked A gain .—Bob Bybee,
of East Portland, who so sudden
ly about a yeas since, changed
from one of the too enthusiastic
of Democrats to a Holladay-
ite,j was beaten for Recorder of
that ;■ city by Mr, Newell, on Mon-
he took in electing tho alias aid
moral débauché, Hippie, a United
States Senator. That a : majority
of his constituents preferred the
election of Mr. Corbeiit we pre
sume that Mr. B. will hot plead
Miss Susan B.
great champion of Woman Suf-
frage, was convicted of ilk eg|al
voting ou the 18th inst. it) Ndw
York. She voted for Grant la It
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came before the mqrriagc and that
Hipplo was not forced to marry 'It is thought by soiite that Hip
pie will be expelled fram his seat
in the Senate. -
C orrect .—Dave Logan onqe
Congressman Bowen was con
said, in speaking of Mitchell, that
he “never knew a man whose head victed of bigamy and sentenced to
could be covered with a t ^a-cup the Penitentiary in tho District of
that amounted to
much. f ” •’ Quite Columbia. What will be done
^ith the bigamou§ Senator Hip
I pie ?
N ot C orrect .—Most, of the
W. A. Fenton, of Sheridan is ready
boot1 and shoe Yamhill countv
papers head tbeir articles
es in refer
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with the most stylish and lasting
ence to Mitchell thus: “À Senator
that can Twi
be made. ’1 ■] : f J
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with two Lives” This is
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A boy. named Norman Warner,
right, the heading should be:
U tears,* , was drow ned in the
Senator with two Wives.
Harriet A. Tenney is still State
Librarian of the State of Michi
gan, and sends out a circular . | b >
The only child that John Hip-
Jlie t ii- pie brought td this coast with
things to fill a place
was the illegitimate daughter.
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Willamette riyer at
On the 23<1 day of June, 1873.
at one o’clock p. m. of said day. all the .
right, title and interest of the saia defend
ants, Andrew Smith and Polly Smith, J»*
_ _ _ Y,
and to the following real
scribed in saia
■ half of the donation Janet
wit : The _______
ith- and -Pplly
claim oC Androw D.
W®. 48, CO1U-
merldidn, in Yamhillcotmty,
the exception of that part conveyed to F.
Fletcher and! D. Smith, and Containing
246 acres, more less; to he sold to satisfy
said execution and i
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon
Lafayette, Ogn., May 23d, L87X
hampoi g on the
against said defendants, Andrew Smith and
Polly Smith, for the sum of Thirteen hun
dred and ninety ($1390 00) .dollars, in U. S.
gold coin, with interest thereon from the
14th day of April, 1878, at the rate of one
per cent per month, and the further sum
of 30 70400, eosts and dtsbunemexite of
suit," I have levied on and wHI proceed to
seU. at public auction, to tlje
der. for V. s. gold coin, tn
said execution and decree of foreclosure,
in front of the Court Houi
fayette, Yamhill county, Oregon,
estate hereinafter ■dedCT’iked,
Tho person jyhp robb
the| 1 ‘ China
man was arrested. He says he got ¡
nothing but a pistol/
At 8 eta. per 1*.
At NORTH YAllBILL MILLS.
THOS. STANDI/ Y *