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About Forest Grove independent. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1873-1874 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 3, 1874)
and Miss Curtis JAMES STEWÀRT AND HIS MURDER
started to Umpqua Wednesday.They
go to take charge of the Uiripqua
FOREST GROVE, September 3, 1874.
Academy. They have had a pleas
ant vacation at home this summer A Letter from the murdered man s
Local Nows .
and go to the scene of their new la
THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO.
wish them success iu, their impor
North Yamhill, Aug. 29, 1874.
tant work. Wilbur i3 an outpost of
E d . I n d e p e n d e n t : — It is too true
A Scrap of Interesting Border History academic education in Oregon and
— Labors of a Noble Pioneer.
needs active and efficient teachers, that it was our beloved Brother who
W e bespeak for them the active sym was so fouly murdered on the third
In the year 1838, in the month of pathy of tile earnest and intelllgeht of the present month atM oro, Cali
supporters of Wilbifr.
fornia. The first intelligence of the
September and on the first Sabbath
G eorge N aylor and lps brother terrible tragedy was received in a
of that month, Rev. E. Walker, our
harvested ^0 acres of plub letter from his wife written some
townsman, delivered his first dis
wheat on their farm last .week which
course west of the ilockv mountains made 45 bushels to the acre, and a three days after the murder. The
at the Whitman Mission in Walla , good deal o f it had been destroyed letter Was a very unsatisfactory one;
Walla valley, in the, then, Territory ' l,y cattle and hogs getting into it.by | She expressed not the least regret on
o f Oregon. This wAs the first Con swimming the creek. It probably her own part that he was killed,
gregational sermon preached on the would have gone 50 bushels had it j stating that her brother had been
not been thus injured. The fcarae ‘ bonorably acquitted in a preliminary
Pacific slope. The audience was ground last vear produced o;> bush-
. ,, .
made up of thirteen white persons, els to the acre. George and Charley ; examination. The day following the
receipt of her letter, we got letters
viz: Dr. Whitman and wife; Rev.H. j ore industrious young farmers.
| from two different men, informing
H. Spaulding and wife; Rev. Asa B.
J. M . R o b in s o n our photographic . ug
great indignation prevailed,
Smith and wife; Rev. Cushing Eells
and wife; Win. H. Gray and wife, artist paid the Grove a slant visit | throughout the community where
this week. He lias been doing *= a
" : the bloody deed was committed,and
Asst. Missionary; Cornelius Rodgers;
biz” at ! annui
rushing business at the
i mn notw
mu xv ithstanding
ii mwiuiiiiim . the
Mrs. W alker; a Canadian named
Brownsville, Linn count}. He p i o - : acquittal of the murderet, that our
Compo; and a few Indians. At this
poses to move from that place to the brother had without a doubt been
meeting Compo made a profession of
State Fair and from there ho will mura ered in cold bldod. Our fa-
religion and was received into the
come back here to photograph our j tber> B E stewart> started iranie-
Church. When \Ve regard tile days
diately overland for the scene of the
of missionary labor in Oregon with good looking people s faces.
T he first term of the College began tra g e d y , and is now well on his wax
the hardships, dangers and priva
tions, we of necessity must concede yesterday morning, th e old bell to the place, where, on his arrival,
to choose men of gteat bravery and soil ml a vefy natural ami makes the : he will thoroughly investigate the af-
devotion to duty, and those old pio old school-goer feel like putting on Tnir, and take steps to have justice
neers move about nmoug us with his hat and rushing to chapel. The meted out to the villains xvho have
their locks silvered with age and the ! students are coming iu.new faces aitd so foully taken from us a son and
toil o f the wilderness, it is right and 1 old,and the earnest work of study has brother in the very vigor of man-
proper fJr us to pay them that re-j begun. A prosperous year is antiei- hood. M e thank you for the friend-
1 ly notice you gave oUr deceased bro-
spect which their service demands. I pate J.
_ . -
.i. ther Ifi vbur last issue, and would
— It is probably to
R eligious .— R e». F. Wtf'ker will
ask you to copy an article that lias
Mr. Walker's Vote
I occupy the pulpit in the 31. h.
since appeafed m thd Chronicle con-
That the United Suites owes its pos church
at Hillsboro next hundax,
r,M*. corning him. I have not the copy
session of Oregon and adjacent Ter « Sept, fith,
at 11 o clock
m . 11ns
, . ”
. w > i
at hand or I wbiild rfcfer vou more
ritory, for in a meetiug of the early will
be the 37 rtntiiversatr of Ins
. . . . . . .
... particularly to it.
missionaries the question of sending ministerial
labor on the
T, ... ,
'> It will bo seen froifi this article re-
Dr. Whitman to the Atlantic States COASli
ferred to, that the villians are not
on political business was being
Tin College girls took possession satisfied that he is gone forever from
warmly discussed Mr. Walker b id ,
croquet grounds this themselves and us, but they are try-
him go if he thought he could do of the city
chapel and they sent in# to gain sympathy for themselves?
anv good and save this fair Terrifdrv1
to the United States. Later it **as I the balls whizzing round. M e have by the circulation ot reports that are
milch beautiful and intended to degrade his fair nanie
owing to Mr. W's. presence in the | not Seen so
active calico for three months.
and that are without the shadow of
Spokane country, where he remained i
a foundation. On the return of out
three months after the TV hitman j
H i i . i . s h o k o B e v * t . n . — Tlios. Tongue
massacre, that prevented that tribe one of the champion croquet play father lie will bring the remains for
from joining the Cay uses iiitb“ ir war ers of Hillsboro, was up lu re hist interment at home, and sad will it
against the whites and, it may be, week and an average Forest Grove be indeed to begin a family burying
saved the settlements in the Wiliam- > player bMt him four games out of ground under such heart-rending
D. C. S.
The First Book and the First Typo
J ake S t e v e n s o n and Herbert M e1
The following is the article in the
Mr. Walker published in the Spo Cornack intend to go over to the Ne
kane language a small patnphW of • ll ale in country this week to look for < 'linnuch- concerning the murder of
a ?to**k ranch. They have some
sixteen pages, doing the composing thought of engaging iu that business James Stewart which the above wri
and press work himself. It is there if they can find good range for ter wishes us to copy. The report of
the doctor as it will lie seen gives a
thought that this book was the first stock.
flat contradiction to the imposthu-
and onlv book published in the In
Tin: N khat . em D elegation .— Sever inous, cowardly and infamous lie of
dian tongues of that dav. Manr a l families have come over here from
y ea rs ago we heard Mr. Walker de- ' the Nehalem country to school their the murderers that lie had any dis-
‘liver a lecture iu which he gave an children. Mr. Shearer, Mr. Fat- uuse whatever. And we hope that
k ’ccfrr*.t of his early labors among I bi»nks’s father-in'-law, has just b>- the murderer will be hanged by the
cat*-d m the (n o v - for tins ]»urp»#se. neck and the tmnatural wife will re-
the Indians, their customs, Ac., and j
T hk npjiearaiT'-a of the students
the punishment due her crime,
now in this age when every one is
is the ( hroniclee report:
turning lecturer wc cannot but think
“ Stewart's rharriage in the Cocke
that a public Ur> ik on the same sub lege Walks and gathering in busy-
was a most unfortunate one.
ject would mm ’> interest an audi
oaks does the heart good.
ence of his friends and neighbors.
j The examination before J”trstice
F iik . su P aint —The school author j Simmeler only lasted six hours. The
P rof . C urtis
G eorge H. A tkinson .—W e are in j ities are spreading paint over the triends of the accused man w ool to
j I the Justice to
shake bauds r*nd
receipt of the Long Island College j school building at . T,
he lmd done tor
Hospital Circular, of which Institu- j
tion George H. Atkinson M. D., is a making other ímprovments about the (hem but Justice Simmeller got out
I of the Court-room,
member of the Faculty and occupies . building .of a substantial nature.
the position of Assistant to the Chair ;
On Monday of last w eekM j.D unn tpank him. He Could not, with the
o f Practice and Assistant demonstra- j
tor of Anatomy» Dr. Atkinson is a living, at North Yamhill, received a evidence, do othe rwise than find the
serious hurt bv getting hry hand pr¡-oñornój gniltvof *hc charge, and there-
son of Rev. Dr. Atkinson of P ort-;
on a hook used to bang
ti„ ^ orj 7 e,i Í 111 reit>ftsed irom. CUR‘0,,F;
and. He left the Institution here , caught
Justice Simmeler is a nuin m uch respect-
¡ ed here. He is eonscieutious in all his do-'
as an undergraduate sotm* five years 011.
. ings, but this will place him in embarrass-
ago and went East, entered Dart
J u d g e H u m y p h r e y s , o f H ills b o r o , I mentwitb lpnny who consider that a nght-
mouth College as a sophomore and Y ,
; eon's verdief rested altogether with him. It
graduated, then took the m edical, n a j re c e iv e d from (io\. (ir o v e r an ; H,,,.IUR unfortunate tlmtn/ftre testimony was
course of that institution and received appointment as Notary Public in no^ elicited in the rase.
c<K-ke feigned stolid indiffer-
the diplomaot M. D ., since which
ash m "ton county.
I en'ee as to the result, tie is now at home
time he has been practicing in the |
■ n n t , q ’ u c i / it ic c
; While his victim sleeps upon the hill near
above named hospital, and has been
LULAL u n t V M lc o .
th* hoiiHe. ltejKirts ar<; being circulated now
; vtliKh aré intended to hurt the fair fame of
elected a member of the Faculty cf
the quid. Cocke’ s friends have stated that
that Institution. George used to be i Weather fine.
the deceased, on examination was found tC
a College chum of ours and we are
liavi a k/nthsoiue dis'éíi'se This must be cor
S ke D c .. Saylor’s notice to debtors- rected,
proud of hin success.
f t IS K BASK r,vr*R’ CATION.
Threshers and reapers are gather
T hs Niw P ostal L a **.— ‘ T he act nukes
^ho examined (he body told
the following provi«ie*<o Weeklies, and all ing the graih.
issue* ofteuer than once f week, are to be
prepaid at the rate of two cents per pound,
and issues less frequent are to lie prepaid at
the rate of three ceiita per p<mnd. The pub
lisher or news-dealer pay on mailing each
issue, which is to be weighed in bulk. This
does not apply to deliveries through letter-
carrier offices, for in this ease, rates remain
unchanged by express exception, Fcrioid-
cals are to be transmitted free to Subscribers
in the county where the publication is is-
i»ued. exeept when delivered through letter-
carrier offices. Free transmission in coun
ties in rural districts, is deemed a just off
set to the supposed inequality of the letter-
carrier system in ritierf. Prepayment is not
to go into effect till January, 1875. Free
transmission take effect immediately.”
your correspondent that
he never * svw a
Frank Myers is sticking type at more cleanly body in all bis experience.
Probably nothing éver occurred in this coun
try that has so completely aroused the public
is talkin;.» about the homicide.
Eugene McCornack »s clerking at —Everylxnly
- How it happens that the District Attorney
did not introduce more evidence so as tto
i give the Justice a chance i'obind the prisou-
Herbert McCornack ’ s running , f.r 0Ver to uwait theGraud Jury,does not ap-
with a threshing machine. Most of P<-,ir- 11 *s reported that th re is no danger
College graduates fe c i
work on the farm.
of (^ocke’s leaving the country, as he
to some little property at stake, and that the
I ease will l>e re-called. ThiB seems to be sim
ple justice both to the man Cocke and to the
He does not deny the killing. He
, simply claims that he acted in defense of
went down to Clatsop County last | hi8
StowRrt.B wiie; hut a» she. was
| some distance frem him at the time of the
! affray,this is considered a lame and pititable
- ■■■ - —
Mrs. Logan -Johnson has lOllG | excuse, to say the least.The Grand Jury will
L ast week Hteve Hafris bought a
have to take the case up or there is no use
new horse up the valley and started to East Portland on a visit.
Of law in California.”
to the Grove with the horse bitched
in the hack. But when the horse
passed his old stamping ground he
refused to go' any farther, and Steve
pushed him ard the hack about a
mile when the horse got the advant
a g e of him on a hill sidh and refused
to budge. Stf ve then had to get
another horse td bring the mail here.
O ne of our typos accomplished a
feat the other day at croquet rarely
ever done by the most expert play
ers of the game. He went through
to *Ke first stake and back to the
middle wicket b< foro stopping, and
it was the third time lie had played
the game. Now then who can beat
Blank and brother public.
Oua croquet players hitVG Contract
A very rapid and easy way to make mon
ey. Procure territory to introduce the la
ed their wickets to five inches.
test useful invention that is wanted every
P rof . M arsh ’ s m elon pa tch was I day, by every one, every where, who has a
. i i family, a full sized Sewing Machine with
destroyed b y some
thieves last ; 'fable andTreadle for only $15 that does the
j siime work as ft Machine you would pay $75
I f o r , tapid. smooth and fir m , makes n seam
D h . S aylor got one of h is anklfes . strong the clothwill tear before the stitches
rip apart. Eight new attachments for all
sprained Monday by llis horse falling , W o rk , and the improved Button Hole Work
er used by us only. Agents only need çhow
HtfcVE H a r r i s
them in op era tion to sell in ev ery h o u s e th ey
has bought Mr. H in - 1 ''ntrr; $ io an d
u pw ardsL cleare’d
d a ily
smart agents. No such Machine was ever
ton out and now Steve runs the busi offered a* anv such nlice. 35,000 sold last
year. 100,(XM) Families urfe them. Demand
increasing every day where they berome
knowri. Machinists, Families, Tailors, Ac.
N ew S chool H ouse . — The people recommend them highly. Bights given free
of iieaverton school district are build to first applicants. If there is orl agency in
your place, write for it, or buy a Machine
ing a new school house.
for your family or a relation, there is none
better or so cheap. Machines Rent to all
“ I ke ” says that pills are still g o parts of the country on receipt of price $15.
M r . E. C. B ryant who went to ingflown. Ho makes s o many th a t | Read adverilsemeiit in another part '>f this
s .hool here last year is going to Mr-1 .
,, , , ,
■ paper. Address the HocsEiioLt? S ewimo
MinnTille C'ollege this rear
He | he can afford to sell at w h olesa le p ri- >iACHIN-K,p. o . Box 1238. New York City .
went up yesterday.
f y For th e very b e st P h o to g ra p h s , go
to Bradley & Kulofson’s Gallery with an
ELEVATOR, 429 M on tg om ery Street San
B t u r r a D
At the Methodist church. Rev. Mr. Hülfe
preaches on the first and third Sundays
At the Baptist church, Rev. Mr. Chandler
preaches on the second and fourth Suudaj
ni each month.
E E u rra D !
Mr. Farmer, Granger, and all the rest
R E J O IC E
M IS C E L A N E O U S .
R E J O IC E
Over the good news which in fact every
body is anxious to hear. Why of course,
come right to Hilishbro,1 and look for the
new store, Keliogg’i placò and seethe cheap
gc’uds that are sold there It is enough to
make any body smile. The Goods were
carefully selected and of great variety.
Cash paid for//ides, Wool, Furs and all
kinds of produce.
KAHN A FRIEDENRICII.
j 11-n 12
D R U G AND
G R O tE
B èl K
S U R V E Y OH.
t i c
L C - W A L K E R , SURVEYOR.
selves in d eb ted to the undersigned b v n ote
or a cco u n t are requested|to come an d settle
the sam e on or b e fo re the 1st o f O ctober.
W.-H. SAYLOR, M. D.
O n E a sy T erm s
THE V.MTIKE LOT OF MACHINERY
tIN THE FOREST GROVE PLAN
. . . .CONSISTING
One ten Horse Power Engihe&Boiler,
1 Planer and Matcher.
24 inch Sui facer/«
1 Saw T a b l o
1 Mortising Machine,
l Force I*ump
1 Turning Lathe withTools,
50 feet Shat‘ting& PnUie*
5 0 , 0 0 0 F K E t i A sso rted 31 o u ld in g
I .E G S
NEttEL P o s t s |
R esidence at Forest
n ? ’ L. C. Walker, Surveyor,has Field Note
of the Legal subdivision surveys.
L E G A L ADVERTISEMENTS’ ~~
W. H. SAYLOR, PROPRIETOR.
DRUGS; MEDICINES, PERFUM ERY,PAINTS, OILS, GLA*Ôl, BOOBf â«.,'
S h e r iff ‘ »S a íe .
Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
order of sale issued out of the Circuit
Court of fhe State of Oregon for Washing-
tonCounty on the 1st day of September 1874
in favor of W. II. Williams and against
Samuel R. Remick and to me directed and
delivered commanding me to make sale of
the property herein described to satisfy the
sum of $2,120 C2-100 with interest at the
rate of 10 per cent.per annuity from the ‘20th
day of May 1874, together with costs and ac
cruing costs. llA-refore by virtue ÓT said
execution and order of sale I have levied on
the following described Real Estafe being
the property therein described to wit Being
the Donation kind claim of the said plaintiff-,
W. H. Williams, No. 50, situated in the
said County of Washington State of Oregon,
being parts of Sects, seventeen (17) and
twenty (20),Township one (1 ),South Range
one (11. West, buiindyd as follows to wit:
Beginning at a point 17 chs. north of (lie
south west corner of said section seventeen,
I running thence east 54.40 chs. thence south
¡ 20.75 ehs. thence east 3.61 clis. thence south
: 27.25 chs., thence v. est 38.UÍ chs., thence
! north 56,00 chs., to the place cSf beginning,
containing 310 71-100 acres, and on SAT-
i UKDAY the 3d day o f October. 1874, at the
hour of one o ’clock l*. m . of said day, at the
Court House door in Hillsboro, County and
State aforesaid, I will sell.the above des
cribed tract of land at l ’ ublic auction to the
highest bidder foi cash in hand to satisfy
said execution and accruing costs
Witness my baud this 2nd day of Septem-
CifAS. T. Tozieft
Sheriff Washington C6unty Orbgrii.
AN Y S Ï Z E
thir stool consists in part of
n a YL b r u s h e s ,
(,’0 M B S O F
A L L
ä l Z E ^
A ^ D
V A R I E T I E S .
I^EATSFOOT O il* ■
7 t o Oil
i l , 1TO
S r l i o o l H o o k s , s u it a b le f o r t h e A c a d e m y o r P u b l i c S c Ä o o l.
All articles warranted.
Fr-seriptrons comjiou'uded with care and oorrectneM.
FLORENCE SEW ING
I • i
‘ New Styles and ne» prices
«•nee Sewing machines
CASH, and to persons who desire, we sell on the installjaeritul
per month in til the Machine is paid for. One of our n s j styles feMs tiwwork m j t t o i »
the (Operator, so that we have now both a side and back fetfl muciane.
wanantod for ten yyars and no charge will be made for rqpajjring| or keeping Machines i:
in ordej during that time. Every Florence Machine in Oregon kept in order free
charge. Call and s«.é them, or send for circular with cut 'and and pnce nst. Machine
25 per cent Below
iu pursuance of an order of the County delivered in anv part 6f the State or in Washington Territory, at my own risk.
J. B LOOMIS. Agent. 113 Third S t. Portland, Oregon.
Customary Rates Court of the State of Oregon for Washing
ton County maife at the August term 1874
T H I S Machinery is new and of thereof, in tin- matter of the estate of John
and of first ( lass make.
D. Richardson deceased, and to me as ad-
N f l l l i c e o f F i m f l S e ttle m e ir t.
minstrator thereof directed. I will sell at
public auction, to the highest bidder at the
Court House door in llillsbpro Washington In the County Court of the State of Oregon
for Washington County.
County Oregon, on SATURDAY 7the 3d day
IN LOTS TO .SUIT,
of October a . l). 1874, at the hour of one
of the eatute ofJ. H. Myers,
ON VERY LIBERAL TERMS. o ’clock i*. m . all the right, title, interest,
and estate of John D. Richardson, at the
o t ic e is h e r e b y g iv e n t h a t
time of his death or since acquired by his
A. L. JOHNSON,Forest Grove.
the undersigned administratrix of said
estate, in and to those tracts of land lying,
l-eii'g and situate in Washington County « state 1ms filed her firnit account in said
I Oregon and being the X. F-. *4 of the X. W. Court snd that Monday the 5th day of Octo
\ rf Sect. 26. The S. W. \ of theX W .“ ber. 1874, at the hour of ten o ’clock A. M.,
is the time fixed by said Court for .hearing
Sec t. 25, and the H. E.
of the X. E. ‘ 4
THE NEW IMPROVED
I of Sect. 26. all in Town. 1. South Range. 1, of obr^rions thereto and the statement
; West, containing in all 120 acres, upon the thereof.
TER M « OF SALE.
i One half of the purchase price U. K. coin in
| hand, one half to be paid in [T. S.eoin with
in six months froift the dayof sale, with in
y virtue of a writ of Execution, Decree
terest at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum,
of foreclosure and order of sale issuiul
and to be secured by mortgage on the prem
out of the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon for Washington County in favor of Jo
H en ry W f h r in o ,
Administrator of the estate of John 1). Kich- seph Boyce and againsf flnlda Sherman and
C. M. Sherman et.al.tome dirooted and de
sop3-4t livered, attested pv the Clerk 6f said Court
on the 20th day of July IV 4, commanding
me to make safe of fhe following described
Real Estafe to vtif. commencing at a point
27.55 chains West, and 24.31 chains south of
VIRTUE OF AX EXECUTION A7?P the X. W. corner of Sect. 27.T. 1. X. R. 2.
itder of sale issued out of the Circuit W. thence south 11% chains thence east
Court of the State <>l Oregon for Washing 3 chains, theuoo south 23.183 chains.thence
ton County iu favor of L. F. Grover et al, west 9.87 chains, thence north 15.U9 chains,
Lido Feed r.nd Back Feed.
School Commissioners, and again» S. H. thence west 23.38 chains, then«-«“ north 20.26
Elliott et al attested by the Clerk of said ehs., thence east 10 chs. thence north 2.25
THE LIGHTEST RUNNING, MOST SIM
Court, August 25th. 1874, and to me directed c hs. thence east 13.25 chs. to place of begin-
PLE, AND MOST EASILY OPERATED
and delivered cbmmandingnie to satisfy the ing, containing 79% acres more or less, sit-
SEWING MACHINE IN THE MARKET.
sum of $1,400 8-100 dollars being part U. uuted in Washington County Oregon, to
S. currency andimrt U. S. coin together satisfy the sum of $2248 21. Therefore by
with costs and interest, and accruing costs, virtue of said execution and decree of fore
by making sale of the following described closure I have levied upon said tract of land,
If tiers ii a FLORENCE MACHINE
real estate to-w?t: The South East quarter and on -Saturday the 26tli day of September
within cao thousand miles of San Fran
of the Donation land t'otm of Charles and 1874, at the hour of one’o clock r. m . of
cisco not working well, I will £x it with
Letitia McKay in scctrops one anti twelve said day, in frontof the Court House door
out any expense to the owner.
(1) Sc (11) in T. 1, X, tf. 3, W. situated in in Hillsboro. County and »State aforesaid, I
Washington county, Oregon. Therefore bv »•ill sell the above described tract of land at
SA!£UEL HILL, Agent,
virtue of said writ and order of of sale. I Publicauction to the highest bidder for
have levied upon the premises as above de
No. 19 New Montgomery Street,
scribed and on WEDNESDAY the 30tU day cash in hand to satisf said executiov S.fiy
GRAND HOTEL BUILDING.
of September 1874, t the hour of one o’ clock accruing costs.
«A S FRANCISCO.
P. M. of said day at the Court House
> * I
Sheriff of Washington County O^gon.
door in Hillsboro, County and State afore
said I will sell the above described premises
ut Public Auction to the highest bidder
w . cub to men at h is store all the tim’
n 23:7 m
therefor, cash iu hand, $338 75-100 in
hat he has no time to Write an adveriee-
U. S, currency, and the balance in
ment. That f« what we call buaine a. 39tt.
U. S. coin to satisfy said execution and ac In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for the County of Washington.
( HAS. T. TOZIER,
Bothwell, vs. James Botliwell.
Sheriff of Washington Co., Oregon.
ie of the finest and must valuable blocks
Bothwell the above named de
in the city of Forest Grove with improve
ments consisting of comfortable house, ex-
HEREAS ON T //E 30TII DAY ,pF
excellent orchard, good well, fruit cellar,
A d m in is t r a t o r 's Sale.
May A. D. 1874, Hon. W .W. Upton,
barn, etc. This property will be sold, part
Judge of the above named Court, made an
for cash and part on time to suit purchaser.
T^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT order directing that service of the summons
A.J .A nderson .
in pursuance of an order of the County in this suit be bed upon the above uained
ulv 2; 3m
Court of the Stat«- of Oregon for Washing Deft, by publication in the Forest Grove I n
ton County made at the August term a . n. dependent for six weeks. Therefore, jVi the
1874, thereof in fhe matter of the «state of name of the State of Oregon, you are ffereb
P. S. Field, deed, and to nie as administra notified to appear and answer the comjbluint
tor thereof direetel, I »ill sell at Public of Flff. herein filed, by the first diVy ¿T the
auction, to the highest bidder on, SATU /.’- term of said Court next following the expi
DAY the 3d day of October, a .i>.1874,at the ration of the publication of this mimmons
hour of one o ’clock r. m . at the Court House which said term will commence at rtiylsboro
door in Hillsboro, '•fashington County Or County and State aforesaid on Monday the
egon, all the light, title interest And estate 5th day of October A. D. 1874, and if you
of I’ . S. Field, at the time of his death or fail so to answer the plaintiff will apply to the
since acquired by his estate, in arid to all < 'hurt for the relief therein denianaM, to-wit:
those pieces, parcels or tracts of Knd lying, \ That the bonds of matrimony novi existing i
being and situate in Washington County, bO^een Tiff, and Deft, be dissolved.
Oregon and deseribed as follows, fo » it:
That the care and custody of James' G. |
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1st, The Donation Land eluirrt of Chris Bothwell and Nellie E. Bothwell, children of I
tian Emrick in) sects. 3. 4. 9. and 10. Town. Ulff. and Deft, bo awarded to I’ lff., and that j
S t o v o H d r r i S
1,South Range 3 West, containing 320 acres. Flff. L’aVe JudgcnTCfit against Deft, for the
' v ’ £
2d, Commencing 50feot east of the X W. costs nml disbursements of this suit.
on C oiner o f Pine and Itireh.
! corner of block No. 6 of the Town' of Forest
THOS. H. TONGUE,
Grove, thence south 100 feet, thence east 50
ooil h orses and buggies ready at
Atty. for Flff.
feet, thence north llK) feet, and thence west jy 2 3 ~ fw
fh o i’ rs
o b O D SADDLE-HORSES J t -
3d. The south half of lot No. 4. in block '
No. 12 in said town of Forest Grove.
C t *5 A ways ready.
93 F eont S t r e e t ,
4th, Commencing 200 feet east of the X. | In the Circuit Court of the State of Orcgrift
//orses bbarded ftt reasonable rates.
W. corner of block No. 7, in the town of !
for Washi ngton Couuty
Forest Grove, thence south 100 feet, thence
peT* Ha8k connects with the cars at t'Ar- west 200 feet, thence sontli to S. W. corner
James W. Gibson vs Hannah 'Ti’^ o n . (
elius twice a day.
of said block No. 7, thence east to the S, E. To Hannah Gibson the alx>vo ¡Varied De
corner thereof, thence north to the N. E.
corner thereof, thence west to the place of
hereas on the 7th‘ « t of August a . i>.
1874, Hon. W. it. Upton Ju dged the
5th, Commencing at the X. W. corner of above named Court, made an order .direct
O a r p o n t o r cbOato
block Xo. 4, of Walker'8 addition to the ing that service of the summons in^his suit
in o t S lio p .
town of Forest Grove,thence south 2.63 chs. be had upon you by publication ot the name
thence Cast 5.70 ehs. thence north 2.63 chs. in the Forest Grdvd I ndependent for six
thence west 5.70 chs. to the place of begin Consecutive works;' Therefore, in the name
of the State of Oregon, you are hereby noti
6th, Lot No. 4, in block Xo. 9, of Walk fied to appear and answer the complaint of
er’s addition to the town of Forest Grove.
plff herein filed against you, by the first
7th, ..Lots No. one and four (1
4)’ in day of the term of said Court, next follow
block No. 4, of T. G. Naylor’s addition to ing the expiration of the publication of this
the town of Forest Grove.
summons, which said term will commence
Tracts Xo. 6th and 7th, bring subject to at Hillsboro, County and State aforesaid on
ANCFACTURES TO ORDER, Ac
the life estate of Emily Field, and the re Mouday the 5th day of October, a . d . 1874,
count Books, of all sixes a: «4 *****
mainder free from all mcuieVwmces, upon and you are further notified,, that if yow
j| p articular attention given to house-build the following
Bill Reads, BW£k Books, of
fail so to answer, the plff. will apply to (be
ing and fraiuing.
T erm s Cp ba le .
Court for the relief therein demanded, to any desired pattern, wttfi, printed heads or
One c'df 8f the purchase price, IT. S. coin wit: that the marriage contract now existing
witftont, Blank's, Brief*, Catalogues, Cards,
OREGON in hand, one Half to be paid in U. S. coin,in between plff. and deft, be dissolved, and
six months from the day of sale, with inter that the care, custody, and control of Me CertifiesOsa. Check*,' Circulars, Deeds, Hand-
est at the rate of 10 per cent, pcramtfim.and linda J. Gibson, ami Man- E. Gibson, mi Bills, Labels, Leases, Letter Heads, Posters.
71 REY. E. Walk- be secured by mortgage on the preniises.
nor children, of p lff. and deft, be awarded Programmes, Receipts of all kinds, Shot*
^aer will sell
to p lff
Card*, Snipping Tags, Stc., to .
from ONE to NINETY acres of good Administrator of fhe estate of P. S. Field’
Tuos. H. T okot - e
Particular attention paid to getting up
farming land lying adjacent to Forest Grove. deceased.
Atty for Plff.
A pply to Elk ana h Walker of this place.
¿ooks for County Clerk’s allies.
Always in OrinudSeaifforVorL
c e o . H. HI Mis
Smith, Kane & Oo-
FOR SA LI