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VOL. II.—NO. 4.
ASHLAND OREGON: FRIDAY, JULY
and were ready for launching in the
river. He has formed an opinion that
the depth of water is insufficient to
enable gunboat operations against Ga
latz to be successfully carried out, but
believes that if he was allowed to act
he could prevent aDy crossing of the
“The Muscovites fired shell and shot
in considerable quantities, but the
dashing of Hobart Pasha carried him
into the Black Sea, past all dangers,
with flying colors.”
HOW TUE MASSACRE BEGAN.
$2.50 PER ANNUM.
had sent a message up the Snake river
and that there was a large lot of Indians
who would join them, and that they I
had plenty of good guns and would kill
and capture all the country about Wei
ser,Payette and Boise valleys, with Boise
City.- They also said runners had been I
sent to Palouse, Spokane, Columbia ‘
river and Umatilla tribes, who would .
join them, and that they would capture :
the whole country about the Snake and
Clearwater rivers, including Lewiston.
They said it would take them two
months to accomplish it and then they
would have a good time. On Monday
I started to Mount Idaho. In the after
noon they headed me off and went back
but came up the creek that night, but
did not feel satisfied and went back. I
learned nothing more and on Tuesday
morningagain started. I came through
the brush and timber and reached the
fort at 9 p. m . Price left White Bird
at 3 p. m . Sunday, packing the little G1/»
years old girl, by permission of the In
dians. He stated that he saw on the
road nino dead soldiers. They were all
scalped and horribly mutilated. He
arrived at Mount Idaho Monday even
ing, where they now remain. I think
there must have been from 150 to 200
engaged in the fight Sunday morning.
A SPY OF THE REVOLUTION.
DANGERS FROM THE DEAD.
The following is from a Lewiston
In the year 177G, when Governor
That the dead should kill the living
Teller extra of the 25th:
Clinton resided in Albany, there came seems a paradox: yet nothing is more
a stranger to his house one cold wintry true. Indeed we venture to say th it
I wish I wai a printer
events as learned at Mount Idaho dur
I really do, indeed!
morning soon after the family had every year in our land oorpses ¿nurder
II eeema to me that printers
ing the 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st, and
breakfasted. He was welcomed by the more people than their assassins do.
Get everything the need —
to 9 a . m . of the 22d. We condense the
household and hospitably entertained. Not only have intramural interments
Ther get the largest and the best
facts in bis dispatches and give them in
A breakfast was ordered, and the Gov poisoned whole blocks and quarters, not
Of everything teat grove,
their daily order.
And get tree >nto circuses
ernor, with his wife and daughter em only has drinking water contaminated
And other kind of shows.
On the 18th Borne three or four of
ployed in knitting, was sitting before by grave yards yearly spread disease
(By payiog an equivalent.)
Col. Perry’s company arrived safely at
the tire, and entered into conversation and death through country hamlets,
The biggest bugs will speak to them,’
camp. Wm. George, after he was
No matter how they drees,
with him about the affairs of the coun but before the process of decomposition
A shabby coat is nothing
wounded on Salmon river, escaped and
If they own a printing press.
try, which naturally led to inquiry of commences there is often a great and
/ THE CŒUR D’ALENES.
arrived through the mountains. Pat
pressing danger from infectious disease.
what was his occupation.
At ladies’ fidrs they're almost hugged.
Price, having Manuel’s little gill, 6%
The caution and hesitancy with which We quote a recent instance:
By pretty girl*, who know
ential ohiefs intimate that they have no years old, with broken arm, arrived
That they will praise up everything
the stranger spoke aroused the keen-
“Dr. Goldie, rhe medical officer of
The ladle, have to show.
sighted Clinton. He communicated health for Leeds, England, in his re
(That s so.)
his suspicions to his wife and daughter port to local authority, states that every
And thus ihey g«t a "blow out” free.
At every p*.rty feed.
promises are kept:
on the White Bird and brought safely
closely watched his every word one of thirty people who attended the
And tnr reason i*, bee inse they write
St. Mary’s Church, Hangman Crefk
in. She reports Geo. Woodward and
And other peopie read.
and action. Unconscious of this, but wake of an Irish girl who recently died
(That's to, also.)
June 19, 1877. Peter Bertard killed at Baker's house,
finding that he had fallen among ene in that town fom typhus fever were
The beurer of this is sent by Chief and her busband and August killed at
mies, the strunger was seen to take attacked by the disease and no fewer
Seltis to let all the whites around know
something from his pocket and swallow than nine of the cases ended fatally.*’
Hobart Pasha’s Achievement.
that he and all his tribe of Indians,
viz: the Cœur d’AleneB, are always attack. They then went to II. Brown’s
it. Meantime, Madame Clinton, with
So strongly have the needless dangers
house and store. Brown and wife es
flanning the Ktuxliin Batteries at
the ready tact of women of those troub of exposure at funerals impressed the
aDd will help them all they can, if any caped across the river in a boat. Brown
lesome times, went quietly into the medical mind, that the health board of
help is necessary. In testimony there
was wounded. They were afterwards
kitchen, and ordered hot coffee to be New York have issued a circular recom
The London Daily Telegraph's corres of lie signed this paper. hie
rescued near Cottonwood House. The
immediately made, and added to it a mending that no public or church funer
A ndrew M S eltis .
pondent at Constantinople sent the fol
strong dose of tartar emetic.
als should be given to persons dying of
lowing dispatch, duted on the night of
ed Mason, French Frank, the old shoe
Head Chief of the Cœur d’Alenes.
The stranger, delighted with the either diphtheria, scarlet fever, measles
beverage, partook freely of it, or whooping cough.
I, the undersigned, Chief of the Pa
“lhe account of Hobart Pasha’s de louse
and Mrs. Clinton soon bad the satisfac
Indians, say as Seltis, though I mon river forded at Slate creek. II.
In Chicago also, where scarlet fever
fiance of the Russians on the Danube hear of the troubles that some Nez C. Horton was found dead near Atkin
Secretary Evarts is to notify the Mex tion of seeing it produce the desired and diphtheria have been severe this
makes a thrilling story. It ¡ b stated Perces give the whites, my heart is al son’s field, supposed to have been kill ican Government, if such an institution result. True to Scripture, “out of his
that while his vessel was lying near ways good, and the whites have noth ed on the 17th. Newsome creek and can be found, that if it can’t make its own mouth was he condemned.” A sil past winter,*the recommendation of one
hundred medical men in council was in
llusichuk the Turkish authorities re ing to fear from me or my hl*
Elk city miners have either come in or cattle thieves on the Rio Grande ver bullet appeared, which, upon ex these words:
ceived intelligence of the arrival of the
J ohn X F la .
are forted, waiting arms, etc., at Mt. stay on their own side of the river and amination, was unscrewed, and found
“There should be no public funerals
Russians at Galatz, and that they were
I, the undersigned, am from below
of any patient who had died of any in
placing torpedoes in the river. Hobart Alrnotu und all the whites know my
June 19. Lew Day died of his authorities will undertake the job them Burgoyne. He was tried, condemned, fectious or contagious disease. Remem
Pasha was advised to leave bis steamer heart. I am here only to gather some wound at one o’clock a . m . ; buried to selves. For yaars past those thieves and executed, and the bullet is still pre
ber that the separation of the sick per
in the Danube and return to Constanti camas, Dot to give trouble to any one. day at Masonic grounds. The other have been constantly engaged in plun served in the family.
son from the well is the most certain
nople cm Varna, but disdaining all If Joseph and bis friends make war wounded are carefully cared for by the dering the Texans on the border, Cor
against the whites, that war will finish
W hat kind of M eat ?—Farmers means of preventing ¡.he spread of the
such counsel.be declured that he would them.
women of Mt. Idaho. Benson’s, Lewis’ tina, one of their leaders, having real must supply their families with meat. disease.”
rather blow up bis ship than desert
and Pettigrew’s pack trains are safe in ized a largo fortune from this cattle It i3 considered an indispensable arti
A writer in the Baltimore Physician
X Eu in .
her. Night approached, be made
from the mountains. Mt. Idaho is well stealing business, while no doubt many cle of diet. Have farmers ever asked and Surgeon, last December, went so far
everything ready for running into the
as to advocate the passage of a law on
I testify that the above is truly from i fortified. lleDegades are joining the others of thcji have grown rich at it;
Biack sea iu opposition, to all Russian the chiefs herein named, and I believe hostiles. Scouts report the following and so far from putting a stop to the themselves what kind of meat is best the subject (the average American man
hostile intentions, getting clear tires that they are truly friendly toward the bouses on the prairie and hill plunder thing, the Government, by the feeble and cheapest? If not, the sooner they looking upon a “law” as a cure-all on
do it the better. It is a matter relating
J. M. C ataldo ,
under the boilers of bis craft, iu order whites.
both to health and economy. When every occasion). He thought it should
to avoid smoke from her funnel, and
Johnson, Jarrett, Overman, ByroD, employed, has seemed rather to encour the question is considered, we believe embody the following provisions:
Cataldo, whose name uppears in these Ilesbagau, Rodman, Remington, Chap age it. Such outrages should not be
luukiDg other arrangements. The lie-
1. When ever any one dies of conta
tbymo, be it said, is a very fast boat, certificates, is a Catholic Missionary man, Benoy and Crowsdale. Watson’s tolerated a day longer. The greasy that mutton will be favorably reported gious disease, the publication anounc-
capable of steaming at the rate of fif who has been for years among the Nez I bouse and Johnson’s barn are burned. rascals ought to be chased into the upon. No meat is healthier. No meat ing the death should state cause of
can be produced so cLeaply. It can be
teen knots a hour. When Hobart Perces and Cœur d’Alene Indians, and
The settlers did not provoke the out chap peral beyond the Rio Grande, and slaughtered at any time, requiring but death.
Pasha started on his daring expedition is said to be u very trustworthy man.
break, but the Indian and War Depart when caught they should be hung to a few minutes for the operation, and
2. No person except the immediate
the Danube current was running swift
HE KNEW HOW.
ments gavo the offense iu their manage the nearest tree without benefit of trial yet no one farmer in ten keeps sheep. family should be permitted to attend
ly, being estimated at fully five knots
The subject was the employment of ment of the orders to bring the Indians or clergy. And then, if Mexico They fear the dogs will get more mut the funeral, and the handling and
an hour. Upon nearing Galatz be
women as salesmen, or “salesladies,” upon the reservation. The Salmon shouldn’t like it, let her bo respectful ton than they will get themselves. But burying the body should be intrusted
fonnu that heavily armed Russian bat
River’s, Joseph’s band and ether rene ly requested to say what she is going
as the latest euphemism has it.
for dogs, sheep would be on every farm to persons who devote themselves to
teries commanded the river, looking
to do about it. A government that as certainly a3 cattle or hogs. While that business.
Mrs. S. said she always “hated to gades precipitated the outbreak.
capable of sinking anything nil out, be
’t protect its border against the the Legislature is in session, why do
Geo. Popbam has just got in from
3. A sufficient number of carriages
buy anything of a woman.”
side the torpedoes reported to be bid
“That is because one woman does
not farmers write to their representa should be kept for special purpose of
den beneath the water.
not know how to use another,” said
tives to vote for a law to tax dogs ? We attending these funerals, and the hiring
“Immediately it was dark the word
Spicer; “men have no difficulty in tight between the Indians and soldiers — Courier-Journal.
keep dogs, but will willingly pay a tax them for other purposes should be pro
was passed, ‘Lights out,’ and the steam
A HUMAN FIEND.
dealing with shopwomen; lemme show on Sunday morning. The following is
on them to help along the sheep inter hibited, under the severest penalties.
er sped rapidly along. The batteries
These are good suggestions, but peo
you,” and as they entered a toy store hie statement, verbatim, as taken down
ests of the State—and so will every
were soon reached, and the Russian
The Portland Bee says: We hear this public-spirited citizen. What an ad ple should learn and obey them out of a
he blandly approached an apple-faced by Mr. Brown:
lanterns, the heavy guns,and soldiers in
story from “the plains” out in vanced Btep it would be if every farmer natural sense of sanitary propriety, not
girl, with flaxen hair, done up in small
great numbers, were clearly visible to
Washington county. It seems that two would keep sheep. — Coleman's Rural out of obligation to a etatute.— Medical
pats over her forehead, and slightly
those who managed the saucy Rethymo
of creation and their wives live in World.
and Lurgical Reporter.
raising his hat, asked to be shown some
when suddenly a rocket was sent up
toys suitable for a child of three. Ap noon, when we saw three Indians go the same bouse and for the sake of con
from the Roumanian shore to apprise
We like to hear a man refuse to take
This is Rev.
ple face turned a cheap locket hanging
the Muscovite gunners of Hobart
at her neck, right side out, smiled and came to Manuel’s and told us that the domestic duties of the household. One Edward Hale’s story: “A man sold his home paper, and all the time sponge
Pasha's coming. Other rockets follow
three Indians just passed had shot Sam of the lords aforesaid cares more for himself to the devil, who was to pos on his neighbor for the reading of it.
said, “yes sir.”
ed in quick succession, then the hoarse
Spicer turned his eyes around in tri Benedict in the legs. Mr. Baker want the integrity of his shirt front than of sess him at a certain time, unless be We like to hear a man complain when
word of command was distinctly heard,
umph, but his ears unfortunately beard ed to come to the prairie and inform his conscience, and pre fers a domestic could propose a question to his Santan- asked to subscribe for his home paper
bugles sounded, and the drums beat
the people, biff Manuel did not deem it broil to a rumple in the garment men io Majesty which he Cvuld not answer, that he takes more papers now then
the shop belle say, soto voce:
merrily summoning the Russians to
“Jenny, show this bald-headed old I safe for any of them to leave. Mr. tioned. He complained a few days ago he being allowed to put three questions he reads, and then go around and
their posts. Hobart Pasha expected
I Baker went home, and in a short time that his shirt front did not shine with to him. The time came for the devil to borrow his neighbor’s or loaf about
every moment to be blown out of the noodle some cheap stuff, will you? t returned with Pat. Price, and intended its wonted brilliant lustre and warned claim his own, and he consequently ap nntil he gathers the news from it.
water by the fire of the heavy guns he There’s Jim Spooner jess come in and i to come to Mount Idaho. They had the “women folks" separately and sev peared. The first question the man We like to see a man run down his
to see him.”
was treating so cavalierly, but being I want
Mrs. S. chuckled and Spicer thought I only gone a short distance when they erally, that “h—1 would pop” if this asked was concerning theology to home paper as not worth taking, and
determined to make efforts in some de they had better walk on and see what saw the Indians ooming. Baker, Man important attribute to a good “make which it caused the devil no trouble to every now and then beg the editor for
gree proportionate to the great risks he there was at the further end of the uel, wife and children started to go up” was wanting another Sunday. Last reply. The second be also answered a favor in the editorial line. We like
was facing, he ran his vessel close in store. —
down to Baker’s house; had got but a Sunday morning came and our lord be withont hesitation. The man’s fate * to see a mechanic or mechant refuse to
shore, not forty metres from the batter
A San Francisco Chinaman thus ad short way when they were surrounded gan to array his manly form in his depended on the third. What should advertise in his home paper, and then
ies, indeed so near that the Russian dresses the editor, on the subject of by the Indians, about 20 in number. church clothes. Alas the “biled rag” it be ? He hesitated and turned pale. try to get a share of the trade the news
gunners were unable to compress their fire-crackers on the Fourth of July:
They killed Baker and Manuel. Mrs. did not square with his expectations The cool perspiration stood on his fore paper brings to the town. We like to
pieces sufficiently fast to get a good
“You makee newspapel? Me catche Manuel fell from her horse and they and demands, and rushiDg into the head, while he shivered with anxiety, see these things, it looks economical,
aim. His boat went quickly by at laundly, you sabe? Me heap washee ravished her. The little girl’s arm was sitting room he asked who did the nervousness and terror, and the devil thrifty progressive and-cheeky.- Cai son
twenty knots an hour, and soon all dan shirtee, washee dlawee, all same be broken and the baby boy was killed. washing. The other man’s wife was the triumphantly sneered. At this junc • i ribune.
to Melica man; me washee all
ger was over. When satisfied he had long
same belong to Melica woman; no can Mrs. Manuel got back to the house and victim and he charged upon her with ir- ture the man’s wife appeared in the
nothing to fear from his enemies, Ho tell all names. Melica boy heap burn the Indians told her that if Price and resistable fury, knocking her down and room, with a bonnet on her head.
C omputing I nterest . —An exchange
bart Pasha ordered the crew of the ’em clackee on Melica man big jos8 herself would give up all the arms and almost killing her. The woman was Alarmed at the husband’s condition, gives the following short and simple
Rethymo, which carries one 40-pound- day; me no likee. shirtee, dlawee, Mel ! ammunition we had they woald not kill enciente and it is feared that the brute’s she demanded to know the cause. "When rule for'compnting interest. It's special
woman littee shirtee no muchee
er Armstrong gun, to throw one shell ica
longee—all catchee black smokee, no us. We gave up a Henry rifle and crime may be a double murder. There imformed she laughed aDd said, “I can advantage is that it will apply to any
into the centre of the Russian camp, an good. You speakee Melica boy in • shotguD. We kept secreted that night is satisfaction in knowing that the produce a question which the devil time or any rate per cent. Briefly sta
order which was quickly obeyed—the newspapel be no burnee clackee joss 1 and Friday night. On Saturday, at brute got such a good pommeling from himself cannot answer. “Ask him ted, it is thus: ‘ Place the principal,
missile bursting in the midst of the day; makee wash shirtee no look good, about 11 A. M , the Indians came down the injured woman’s husband, that he which is the front of this bonnet ? The time aDd rate per cent, on one side of a
catchee blackee all same likee dir-
Muscovite tents. Its effect were of heap
tee, you sabe? No can catchee clean I the road from the prairie, went to the will carry the marks of it to bis grave. devil gave it up and retired in disgust, perpendicular line, and if the time is
course unknown, but it was the first how can take home ? no can take home timber on Sunday Morning, They
months place 12 if days place 360 on
and the mau was free.
cannon shot fired upon the Danube in bow can catchee money? Sabe? You burned the bouse, and Mrs. Man-
the other side; then proceed to oancel
the Russio-Turkish war. Hobart Pasha no speekee Melica boy, you pay me for uel and child were burned in it. The in the Indian fray is undoubtedly i He was making a call, and they were all common factors and reduce to its
washee one Bnirtee
heap time; you
young Joseph, a tine looking man, aged talking of literature. “The Pilgrim's
subsequently proceeded to Constanti speakee
Melica boy, yon no pay me; all Indians were all camped on the creek, about 30 years, and just the character | Progress,” she remarked, “always simplest from, and if there are cents in
nople where he received a hearty wel same paid, sabe ? Good bye.”
the principal, point off four decimals
the squaws below. About daylight the
come, and enthusiastic congratulations.
in the product; if not, point off two
fight commenced between the Indians
The Indians sent a messenger from and soldiers, and continued about one frequently met Joseph on tho streets of have read Bunyan ?” He said he hud decimals.
“Hobart Pasha reports the Russians
in great force close to Galatz, making Hangman Creek and Paradise to Colfax hour, when the troops fell back and I Walla Walla, and on one occasion had I one on each foot, they were quite red,
preparations apparently to cross the telling the settlers to return to their saw no more of them. The Indians told ' the honor of an introduction to the and troubled him a good deal.
When a man reaches the top of a
Danube and enter the Dobrudscha to homes and take care of their crops as me they were going to cross Salmon • vagabond. The impression he made i A terrible fire occurred at St. Johns, stairs and attempts to make one more
stock was destroying them, that
upon the writer was that of a wiry, cun- i
move upon Varna. He also found that the
they had .been herding the stock off of river. They killed a large band of cat ning savage, equal to any emergency, New Brunswick last week, which des step higher, the sensation is as perplex*
twelve small Russian gunboats had the crops for them. The settlers have tle and bad a great many horses belong and possessing more than the average troyed many lives, and millions of dol ing as if he had attempted to kick a
boon brought by rail across Roumania, all gone back to their farms.
ing to settlers, Indians told mo thoy bravery of the race.
lars worth of property.
dog that wasn't thero.