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womanhood; any woman can rise by born to luxury and carefully trained
he treated us like men ariS’fioi'iike'^tris-
her own persistent efforts to the first from the cradle into all the refinements
oners. He declared that this was his
In the Circuit court of the 8tate of Oregon, In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
purpose, and that he was willing toshow
for Yamhill county.
for Yamhill Countv.
his faith in us by letting us ride the fol- ! THE WORD ORIGINALLY SIGNIFIED with far more certainty than, as is often such a position to be known as a woman,
W. C. Hembree. Plaintiff,
Jacob Seitters. Plaintiff,
“THE BREAD SERVER"
These Confederates belonged to Wheel-1
A. A. Veser, A Veser,
If 1 were to find it necessary to earn J. T. Hembree. Malvina
has but to use the faculties, the will, the
er's command ' and ’ were not .....................
authorized | I
A.Hembree his wife,John |
to collect the tax in kind, yet they had I The Lady Who Kicked Another Lady Oil mind and the persistence which are hers my bread and butter by selling ribbons H.Espey»Albert Hembree
Moses Langtree, def’ts.
A, Veser. two of
collected several hundred head of cattle ,
can become a lady by her own efforts, j less nor more of a lady than I am now, wife, Jason Kellogg and
said defendants ; In the name of the State
and about eighty horses for the use of
an Better Than a Fine Lady—Excuse
of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby
and self made ladies are never very sat but 1 would by no means allow myself Anna Belle Fisk and G.
the army. As they gave receipts for all | Me, Lady'.
notifies! and required to be and appear in
isfactory to themselves or to anybody | to be called a saleslady. I should say: H. Fisk, her husband.
the property taken, their conduct did
the above named Court in the alcove emit
K’opyrighu 1802, by American Press Associa- else. There is an ease, an unconscious- | "No; I am a woman doing womanly Edith E. Baugher and
ted suit and answer the complaint therein
not perhaps violate the rules of war, but I
Perry Baugher, her hus
filed against you and the other defendants
it served to intensify the hate of the
by the plaintiff by Monday, the 28th day of
a calm expectation of consideration
John W. Carse. Ralph L.
March, A. D. 1892, that being the first day
“d to wish ! | from other people which are seldom if j that view of the case.”
Carse, Ernest E Carse. J,
The Confederates were in good spirits,
of the first term of said court to be held af
ter the expiration of six weeks publication
though I noticed that, from the officers
lady had never i the lack of which are fatal to the per J this subject, but my paper has reached pey, Cora Bell Es|»ey, Ed
hereof, and you will take notice that if you
down, all were outspoken in their de
fail so to appear and answer, for the want
been invented, or j fection of ladyhood. As 1 said before, its limits and must close with this one
thereof, the plaintiff' will apply to said
at least had been 1 these traits may be joined to a bad heart word:
Irene L Espey, Waltei
Court for the relief demanded and prayed
WE ARE FORCED INTO TUE CONFEDERATE
for in said complaint, which is. in brief, as
mining had been fairly prosperous, firmly convinced that Sherman had
original significa- i son remains a lady, j list as the Cauca row of womanhood and don’t drop it to land, Clyde H. Rowland,
follows, to-wit : For a decree of said court
though as he had no quicksilver he was played his last trump, that his army
against you amending ami correcting that
of « sian remains a white .man, although he snatch at the delusive shadow of lady- Herbert E. Rowland. T.
sure that he did not save one-tenth of was in a trap across the Chattahoochee,
J. Rowland. John H.
certain deed of conveyance made and de
which is "the « commit every sin under the Decalogue. hood.
M rs . F rank L eslie .
livered by you to one Emma J. Duke.
the gold. He was a man of much in and that he would wake up some fine
n«»w Langtree, on the "ìth day of October,
telligence, and was in California when morning and find himself bagged.
Eliza E. Hembree, his
1880, as to the description of the lands to
the war broke out. He told us that he
In that camp I heard for the first time a condition superior to that of birth and bad heart and shallow brain for the
A Nebraska woman tried raising su wife, and N. J. Rowland
be conveyed thereby, so that the lands to
was mining and making money in the the whole of the then popular songs, worthy of a little consideration even i sake of being called a lady? 1 think gar beets last season. She did all the
be conveyed thereby will lie described as
Sierras, when one day the devil put it “The Bonnie Blue Flag" and “The South
work with her own hands except pre I To the defendants above named: You follows, instead of as they are now describ
paring the ground and digging the beets and each of you are hereby notified and re ed in said erroneous deed, to-wit :
into his head to sell out his claim for a ern Wagon.” Our own war songs at
You will say that all ladies are not of when they were grown. Result—12,158 quired to be and appear in the above-nam A part of section 16, in tp. 4 s. r 3 w, in
son" and come east to fight the Yanks. that time were not lyrical gems, but as word meaning the distributor of bread,
ed Court in the above entitled suit, and an- Yamhill county. State of Oregon, ami com
compared with the southern songs, “My that is to say the housewife and general this description, and that many women, pounds of sugar beets. They were sent -w. r the complaint tiled therein against votl meneing at thè center of a small branch on
He said in substance:
•‘Hit took me jest two year to larn Maryland” excepted, they were models domestic manager According to the not ladies, are just as bad. True enough, to the agricultural experiment station, bv the plaintilT above naineil. by Monday, the Dayton and Wheatland countv road at
but then we have no choice as to being
is known as the Joseph Hill bridge
that the d—<1 Confederacy was a fraud. of spirited verse, and then they were former derivation, the wife of King women; no matter how fino or how good and the director found they contained tne 2>th day of March, A. D. 1882, that be what
and running thence north 13 degrees, west
19.7 per cent, sugar, which proved them ing the first day of the first term of said 7.45
I seed that hit was a rich man's quar'l and fitted to tunes of their own, which can Cophetua is the most prominent lady on
in center of county road now
a lady is. sl>e is primarily a woman, and •»f first class quality.
a pore man's fight, so I lit out without not be said of any of the southern songs, record, and 1 fancy it would hardly suit
publication of this summons and you and there, thence south 8G degrees, west 12.30
south 13 degrees, west 3.90
each ot you will take notice that if you fail so
a-sayin good by to no one. I jined of my not even “Dixie” or “My Maryland.”
DRUNKENNESS—LIQUOR HABIT—In to appear and answer said complaint.for the chains to the center of Palmer creek, thence
The troops were as light hearted as if claim the same title on the same an in the eyes of all men, and the advan
own accord, and I allowed I was free to
all the World there is but one cure«
tage of this side of the question is that
want thereof the plaintiff' will apply to the north 89 degrees, east down center of Pal
Dr. Haines’ Golden Specific.
leave in the same way. And let me say they had never known defeat, and al grounds.
can bo Riven in a cup of tea or coffee without court for the relief prayed for in the said mer creek 3 chains, theme north 71 de
Nor would there be any eager scram a good woman is obviously one; you the It knowledge
to you two gents, if you go back and though the pay of enlisted men was only
of tho person taking it, effecting a complaint filed, herein which is in brief as grees. east 1.77 chains to the center of a
ble for the honors of the "bread server," can't mistake her: she carries the air of speedy and permanent cure, whether tho patient ih a
small branch; thence south Gl degrees, east
“HOLD UP THAR, YOU; THAT’S MY DOO!” fight the Yanks again yer d—d fools; thirteen dollars a month all seemed to since, unfortunately, housewifery is an it about with her. as if it were a robe of moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Tboueande follows, to wit:
png the interest of up said bram ii 7 chains; thence north 89
For a decree adjudging
of drunkards have been cured who have taken tho
have an abundance of graybacks, and
degrees east 3.65 chains to the place of be
Bell and I had been in the swamps,
We assured Mr. Benton that we in they risked their money at poker in a almost forgotten art among us, and if face of some dear old, toil worn, weather edge', and today believe they quit drinking of their to the real premises described in the com ginning, containing 5.85 acres oi land.more
woods and mountains for thirty-seven
way I never saw surpassed. The men
administration. Cure» guaranteed. 5end for cir plaint filed herein and described as follows, or less
days, but immunity from recapture did tended never to fight against the Yanks who had been gathered up were kept other interests and pursuits, at least in beaten creature whose good honest soul cular
For a decree against you and the other
and full particular». Address In confidence, to-wit:
not abate our vigilance; indeed, as we if we could once get out of the control under a close guard all night, but they large communities, that few indeed looked out through her poor tired face, G ulden S pecific C o ., 183 Race Street, Cincinnati, o.
amending and correcting that
Tract No 1. Situated in the city of Mc defendants
near^l our own lines and came within
Minnville. in the county of Yamhill and certain deed of conveyance made and de
we join forces with him and search for were not neglected in the distribution of would care to be addressed habitually as and all unconsciously proclaimed, a
plaintiff by said Emma J.
sound of the Union guns wo became
state of Oregon to-wit: Beginning at the
good woman lives in this uncomely
rations. The next morning more troops Housewife So-and-so.
intersection of B street in said city of Mc Dute and her then husband on the 7th dav
more careful and eager than we were gold till the war was over, but Bell’s came in with more prisoners and more
Minnville, Oregon, with the north line of of January. 1.881, (said Emma J. Duke be
even on that stormy night in June when fictitious wife and child and my mother cattle, in addition to a number of wag obsolete and altogether inappropriate to word, or pleasant look, or perhaps a In the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon the
donation land claim of Samuel Cozine ingnow the defendant. Langtree), as to
for the comity of Yamhill,
we eluded the guards at Millen. This were urged as reasons why we must be
and Wife and the south line of the dona- the description of the lands to be conveyed
Ro’ana Grant«--«. Aaron |
I lion land claim of W. T Newby and wife, thereby, so that the lands to be convey
anxiety was absolutely painful. We felt
their place, and what does "lady" really or she did my sex. But 1 never called Mills Seth A Millsaml!
After breakfast Captain Reese sent for
said beginning point being on the west side ed instead of being described as they
like men must when, being tried for a | Our host assured us that the hills were
such an one a lady, nor would she have Rhoda Mi!!.«. l’lait.tills I
of B street, tnence north thirty-two (22) are now in said deed, will, in all resistete,
capital offense, they await the return of
Why it means absolutely nothing at called herself so; she was something
feet and eight (8) inches to the southeast be bound<*d and described as the parcel of
the jury. Again and again my compan
all, and had better be abandoned than better.
corner of tract known as Joel J Hembree land hereinbefore set out and described is
hereinbefore bounded and described and so
ion and myself had sworn to each other
misused as it is.
Now 1 do not mean to say that ladies
To ,1am“« Grames «ai.I defendant: In the tract; thence west one hundred and forty as to convey said parcel above described to
that we should never be taken alive.- Yanks were not coming back. He as good soldiers. For this we seemed duly
A friend of mine who devotes herself are never placed in lowly situations, or name oi th«- state ot Oregon You are her«— (140) feet to the southwest corner of said j the plaintiff, in fee, and decreeing that the
tract; thence north eighty-five (85)feet and
This decision was now constantly with sured us that if these Confederates got grateful an«l showed a desire to merit to missionary labors at the east side of that they are any the less ladies for fill by notil'.ed a-i-l i>«.-t'««*«1 to be anil appear eight
(8) inches to the northwest corner plaintiff is the owner in fee of said above
the above ■«.• "• I -ml. in the above
ns, and more than ever we felt like men sight of ns they would surely force us his continued regard. The captain New York tells me some funny stories ing them. One lady of my acquaintance in
said tract ; thence west one hnndred(lOO) « deserilx’d parcel, and requiring you and
nam«*<l comt. l«v lli>- .-•’h «lay of March, A.
other defendants, within 30 days from
who might be nearing the valley of the into the army and send us to join Hood,
illustrating these statements, and they became so reduced in circumstances that D IS92, that I h - u .a Ho- lu-t <l«v of the first feet, thence south seventv-onc (71) feet and I . said
the date of said <lecree, to make and deliv
even though onr clothes were lined with the prisoners were deserters, and that if are absolutely true.
let tn of sail «•mat foLowrig the expiration nine (9) inches to the line between the do er to the plaintiff'good and suficient deeds
shadow of death.
six week« poldi.-a'am ot this summons—
After parting with the alarmed cadets furloughs. He prevailed on us to remain they had their dues every one of them
> of conveyance, conveying to the plaintiff
One is of the white wi fe of a negro whom scrubber to the floors of some of our pub of
and answ«‘i the «:omplaiiil of the plaintiffs wife and W. T. Newby and wife; thence
who professed to have Been the Yankees with him till the following day, which would be shot, but the military author she visited the other day. and found ly lic buildings, and did the work faithful filed against you m said :ause, and you south seventy-eight (78) degrees east along , said parcel of land and further decreeing
that in default of the making and deUverv
near by, we hurrietl on in the direction,
ing in bed and covered with plasters and ly and well until something better was will take notice that if von fa.I so to ap said line between said claims two hundred i of
said deed^as aforesaid said decree shall
so far as we coul«l guess it, of the artil him for his kindness we helped him would soon place them where the bandages. Asking for an account cf offered; nor was she any the less a lady pear and ansiver said complaint for want ami forty-five (245) feet to the place of be in all respect, stand for said deeds and op
the plaintiffs will apply to said ginning.
as said needs would have operated if
lery firing to the south. But the souml work his claim near the mouth of the Yankees would become their execution this condition, she was told that “the while on her knees washing those floors thereof
Tract No. 2, Beginning at a point thirty-
court for the relief prayed for in said com-
ers. He then asked us if we could ride,
of the guns died out as night approached. little canyon.
lady as lives on the floor above has a than she nad been when, robed in silks, ?laint. which is. in brief. as follows tc wit- two (32) feet and eight (8) inches north of f they had been made, and for such other
in the premises as may
After supper that night, as we sat
'or a decree of said court pjr':t:u:,ing, the intersection of said B street with said seem to the relief
We knew that there were not enough
great way of gittin tight an cuttin up she received her guests and did honor to
court meet with equity and
among the plaintiffs and the defendant.the north line of the donation land claim of f . good
troops on either side in that region to about the fire in front of the cabin, the he would give us mounts and assign us rough on washday, an when me an she her station.
daini .)f Anson O Samuel Cozine and wife ami the south line
fight a heavy battle, and so we inferred, dog began a vigorous barking, and Ben to the detail that was to drive the cattle was hangin out our clothes on the one
This summons is served on said defend
Many a lady, too, has followed her Henry and wife, in tp 3 s. r 3 w. in of the donation land claim of W. T Newby
and as it turned out rightly, that the ton seized his rifle and sprang out of the down to Lawrenceville, which was, I be shed we fit some, an in the end she husband to the western wilds, and while Yamhill countv. tate *of Oregon, and al and wife, and on west side of said B street ants l»y publication, bv virtue of an order
lieve, in Gwinnett county, about thirty
of Hon. R. P. Boise, Judge of said Court,
kicked me down the steps an broke my he delved and hewed and conquered the lotting to said defendant in l'ee, an thence north eighty-five (85) feet ami eight bearing date of January 13th. 1892
fight was between the Confederate home light, an example we were not slow to miles from Atlanta.
undivided (1-9) one ninth part thereof, to i (8) inches to Andrew Shuck’s southeast
R amsey A F entox ^
guards and cavalry raiders from Sher follow. After a few minutes a shrill
the plaintiff. Aaron Mills, 'lie fifty acres, corner ; thence west on said Andrew Slim ks
We were rejoiced at this arrangement.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Trying to find a nurse to care for this and washed and scrubbed and sewed in fee, deeded to him bv the plaintiff, Ro- south line (140)one hundred ami forty feet;
man’s army, then extending along the whistle came down from the cliffs di The horses given to us had the “U. 8.”
rectly overhead, which
Sana Grames. to the plaint.fi«, Seth A. thenceeontb (85) eighty-fivo feet and ( 8)
railroad from Dalton to Atlanta.
brand, ami the saddles anil equipments poor creature my friend was told by a and made that same wilderness to blos Millsand llhoda Mills, the fifty (90) acres I eight inches; thence east (140) one hundred
We decided after a long discussion to swered in a like way. Then the man had belonged to our cavalry. Captain respectable woman in the same alley som like a rose with the grace anil charm deeded
to them, in fee. by said Rosana i and forty feet to the place of beginning; all
remain in the woods that night, for the shouted:
of her ministrations. But the gentle Grames, and to the plaintiff* Rossos i in the city of McMinnville, in the county of
Reese’s confidence did not extend to giv that—
artillery told that both Bides were near
man di«l not cease to be a gentleman Graines, tn fee, the remainder of said prem Yamhill and state of Oregon
ing us arms, but we expressed no desire
“Tom Billings?” from Benton.
For a decree appointing a referee to col- In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
ises. and for such furthei relief, ill the !
by in some force, and that there was a
for them. Before starting out that morn will go anil nnss a body that's took up nor the lady a lady because of their premises, ns may seem to the court meet I lect the rents of said property, pay the tax for Yamhill County.
greater risk of running into the enemy
ing we understood that Benton had es
with equity and good conscience,
es thereon and to sell said premises and ap- Jacob Seitters. Plaintiff,)
“What in li—’s the trouble?”
in the darkness than of finding our
on that account to rise up to the trne no
This summons is served hv publication i plv the proceeds thereof to the costs and
caped in the course of the night, and a lady like herself."
A secoml dame complained that "an bility of manhood anu womanhood.
thereof, for six weeks, by virtue of an or expenses of this suit and for a decree that August Veser and An-
friends. We found a secluded place on
squad of treopers was sent back to
I’. Botss judge of I the residue thereof be divided euuitably
the jungle covered banks of a little
But although every woman cannot der made by Hon. R 4th
“shoot him on sight,” but though I other lady" was living with her (the
among and between said tenants in com
stream that flowed into the Etowah, which time we had returned to the fire never heard of him again I am indited complainant’s) husband, and they had achieve for herself the ease and uncon said court, «iated Dec.
To August Veser and Anna .A Vcsei,
& F entos ,
mon. said plaintiff and said defendants ac
turned the “childher" into the street to sciousness and nameless air that are the
and there, after finishing the last of the anil the hound ba«l stoppeil his baying. to think that they did not succeed.
; In tin* nume of the State
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
cording to their title and right and for such
beg for their living
other and further relief as shall be meet in of Oregon, you ami each of you are hereby
foo«l we brought from the Sleigh settle The new arrival was a young man
notified ami required to be ami appear in
equity ami good conscience
Trying to trace one of her clients who may with care and thought become
ment, we lay down and were soon asleep. dressed and armed like our host, and his of troops, with the prisoners and wagons,
This summons is served l>y publication the rtliove entitled suit in the above named
We were very weary, and so daylight manner told that he was laboring under went ahead, and a detail of about twen had temporarily disappeared, my friend ladylike, and often, very, very often,
and answer the complaint therein fil
found ns still lying in the bushes, where great excitement. He came to report ty-five men, all armed but Bell and my was told: "Oh, you wants the lady that’s one meets ladylike women among those
Judge of said court bearing date of Jan 13, ed against vou by the above named plain
tiff by Monday, the 28th day of March, A.
R amsey A F enton ,
we might have remained for some hours
self, followed with the cattle. The ser gone to the Island for a simple drunk. industrial classes who are the backbone In ihe < »rciiit Court of the Slate of Oiv/-
Attorneys for Plaintiff. D., 1892, that being the first day of the first
for Yamhill County.
more had we not been startled intc critters,” were swarming in the hills and geant in charge of the detail was the Well, she’s gone, but there’s another and vitality of onr community. But a
leno of said < ourt to be held alter the expi
wakeful neS3 by the barking of a dog.
ration of six weeks publication of this
man who had arrested ns the day before, lady in her room very bad with ‘the woman of this description, especially if I. W. Baird ami Alice) |
summons,and you will take notice that if you
We sprang to our feet at once, to dis That afternoon they had seized a dozen and his vigilance ami bearing were such snakes.’ and maybe she’ll do you just as quite young, is often sorely puzzled to M Baird, Piaintiffs
fail so to appear and answer, for the want
cover that it was we who had attracteil
know just what manners, what occupa E. A. Webster, and his-f
as might have adorned a higher rank.
thereof, the plaintiff' will apply to Maid
And yet another had attacked her tions and what use of language are lady wife. M. A. Webster,
the animal's attention. “Cuss the cur. and the chances were that they, too, He watched Bell ami myself continually,
tor the relief demanded and prayed
he looks like a bloodhound!” hissed Bell, woulil lie taken the next day if they did and we planned to win his confidence as neighbor tooth and nail because she had like and what are not, and perhaps if
fo»* in said complaint, which is in brief as
for Yamhill countv.
M A Webster, one of the above namc< II H. Luse, plaintiff,
as he raised his carbine and would have
any such chance to read this paper they To defendants
For a decree against you amending ami
“Thar’s no better place to stick to than we ha«l that of Captain Reese.
We all have hearil of the new servant will not resent a few friendly hints upon
fired had not a man whom we had not
that certain deed of conveyance
this,” said Benton. "If the hounds find
in some western town who announced the subject.
noticed called out in an angry voice:
made and executed by you to the plaintiff,
You are hereby notified and reauired tc Woods, a minor, by----- |
us liar tliar ain't a place in the Blue good pasture for the cattle on Battle herself as "the lady that came to work
"Hold up thar, yon; that's my dog!”
day of November. 1880. as to
In the first place, then, the true lady be and appear in the above named court in
creek and went into camp. By daylight
the description of the lands thereby con
“Waal, I don't keer whose dog he is, Ridge where it would be safe hidin. we had breakfast and were moving for a woman by the name of Brown, is always self controlled; she has her the above entitled suit and answei the com and A, G. Walling, as j
administrator of the es- |
veyed. said deed to be so amended and cor
I ain't a-gwine to be bit,” responded I've got grub enough to last all hands again. From the first Bell and myself if you’re she.”
temper, her bodily movements, her plaint filed against you therein by the
rected that the description of the lands
for two weeks, anil then, if it comes to
And 1 myself, in sending for a laun modes of speech just as much in hand as plaintiffs by Monday, the 28th day of March tate of G. L, Woods de- |
thereby conveyed will be as follows in
“But he ain’t bit you, hez he?”
a good coachman has his horses; she first term of said court following the expir To Chas. F. Woods, John Woods, a min stead of the description now contained in
seeming to shirk our work, our object 1 wanted had come.
“No, but he lixtks ez ef he was sot
may be very much exasperated, but un ation of six weeks publication of this sum
being to make a break the first chance
Being a part of sections 1G in tp, 4 s r 3 w.
It is not uncommon to see placards in less she chooses she makes no demonstra mons, and you will take notice that if you defendants: In the name of the state of
that way, and I'd a heap sight rathe: send."
we had. The second night we encamped
so to appear and answer sa’d complain*, Oregon, you are hereby notified and re- in Yamhill county, state of Oregon, and
Tom Billings “allowed” this“mout be on a plantation in Cherokee county. the windows of milliners and dry goods tion whatever of the fact; if she does fail
shoot the dog than be his meat,” said
for the want thereof ‘be plaintiffs will ap ouired to be ami appear in the above en commencing at a point in the center of the
all so,” but he very much doubted Since morning the burned fences, the dealers to the effect that salesladies are 1 choose, she often utters very cruel and ply to. said court for the relief demanded in titled cause in the above entitled court on or county road now there, which point, is 7.45
With many oaths and the free use oi whether the search parties would send groups of ash heaps lieside the road ami wanted within, and in one large estab cutting words, hut she utters them in a said compaint, which is in brief, as follows, before the 28th day of March A D. 1892, chains north. 1.3 degrees west from the cen
that being the first day of the next regular ter of a small branch on the Dayton and
stones—“darnicks,” the natives call just four men; but, as he couhl not do the general air of dilapidation about the lishment 1 noticed a placard. “No con quiet, restrain«! voice, without gesture, ro-wit:
Foi a decree in favor of the plaintiffs and term of said court, to answer to the com Wheatland county road at what is known
versation with salesladies in business ’ and certainly without raising her voice; <ga.nst
them—the man drove the dog back and better, he was willing to stay.
said defendants for the sum of ten plaint of the plaintiff'filed against you in as the Joseph Hill bridge near the town of
houses, most of which were abandoned,
The fire was quickly extinguished. It told that friend or foe had recently been hours.”
then came to view himself. He wae
nothing is so absolutely unladylike as thousand dollars ($10,000 00) with interest the said cause, and if you fail so to ap Dayton In said county, and running thence
since May 15, 1890, at the rate pear and answer to the said complaint, for mirth 13 degrees, west 9 29 chains to the
bearded like a pirate, his hair looked as
I scolding, by which one means loud, noisy
over the same ground.
cent per annum; want thereof plaintiff' will apply to th<- northeast corner of R. Snyder tract; thence
word 1 have yet heard was when I good and uncontrolled vituperation, and the of seven
if it had not been cut “since befo’ de turn on guard, with an eye on thecanyon,
further sum of $500.6) as court for the relief prayed for in the said south 8G degrees west 9 20 'hams to the
In the course of the night it began to
wah,” and he was tall even for a moun for that was the only direction by which rain, and the next morning the creek naturedly accompanied a friend into an genuin«? lady does not know how to attorney's fees and for costs and disburse complaint to-wit : For a deoree of fore west line of the €’. Goodrich land claim No.
intelligence office and heard the head of show her feelings in that way if she ments of this suit; for a dec-ee foreclosing closure of the mortgage of plaintiff ami sale 49in tp. 4 s, r 3 w, in said county; thence
taineer. A slouched hat, a cotton shirt mounted men couhl reach us.
ths mortgage executed bv the said defend of the real premises described in said mort south 13 degiecs, west l.TOrhaitis. intersect
The night passed without any cause along which we had herded the cattle it inquire among his charges:
and a pair of butternut trousers, the bot
wished: another thing impossible for a
was a running flood with enough water
"Is there any lady here that would ac lady to do is to push and elbow her way, ants to the plaintiff's on the 15th day of May. gage and said complaint as the undivided ing Palmer creek ; thence following south
toms inserted in the tops of a pair of for alarm. At my suggestion Benton in it to float a gunboat. Some of the
1890. to secure the payment of said sums of half of the donation claim of Margaret g«3 degrees, west 7.55 chains to northwest
verp muddy boots, constituted this gen had muzzled his hound and confined him cattle were on one side of this torrent cept a place as kitchen maid?"
to scramble and wrangle for a seat or a money, upon the foliowing described real Woods mother of the said Geo. L Womls, cornet of a tract intended to have been
One lady was found willing to con front place in a crowd, or for any other premises, to-wit:
and in her lifetime the wife of Caleb Wood, deeded 1^ Emma.I. Duke ami husband to
tleman's costume. But there were twe in the hut, for his barking was as certain and some on the other, ami Bell and
The donation land claim of J R. Derby being the south half of that certain section Jacob Slitters; thence north 86 de
pistols and a knife in the wide belt to attract the enemy as it was to warn myself with two others were ordered descend so far. and was brought into desirable thing only to lie obtained by and
of land patented to < aleb^Voods and Mar
east along the north line of said
buckled about his waist, in addition tc us of his approach. In the morning the across to drive the animals over. We the room were we sat. A conclusion such methods; self resjiect is one of her east half of the northeast quarter of section garet Woods under the act of congress of grees,
tract intended to have hem deeded an store*
which he carried a Spencer carbine, dog was released, and as we were eating had to swim our horses, and as my com was reached, and the man, opening his chief characteristics, and no "front seat twelve (12) and the southeast quarter of A. I). 1850, donating lands to the settlers said 12 «30 chains, to the place of beginning
which must recently have been the prop breakfast he ran down the canyon bark panion could not swim I kept close to book, took down my friend’s name and would repay her f6r even its temporary secticn one (1) in township 3 south, range upon public lands in Oregon. »Said land containing 10.06 acres, more or less, ami
and ‘he southwest quarter of section being situated in Yamhill county, state of decreeing that the plaintiff is the owner in
erty of a Yankee, for I knew that these ing furiously. He had not been gone his side. With an oath he whispered to address, and then turning to the candi loss; another mark of a lady is her 4 six west,
(6) and the northwest fraction of the Oregon on the North Yamhill river. And
of said premises above described, and
arms had been issued to our cavalry less from sight for half a minute when a rifle me, “I’d rather have a battery fire on date for the part of kitchen maid, in readiness to accept an apology, and also northwest quarter oi section seven (7) town out of the proceeds of said sale thereof pay fee
requiring you to make and deliver to the
3 soul h range 3 west also the home the plaintiff'the sum of $217.3'15 with in plaintiff'within .30 days from the date of
shot echoed along the cliffs and we me than go back over that crik.”
than a year before.
her readiness to make one in case of any ship
stead claim of John M Gates, No. 854. and terest from the .^th day of January, 1892, at said decree, a good ami sufficient <ler<l of
"And your name, young lady?’
“Are you a soldier, my friend?” asked sprang to our feet. Before we could
The cattle we were sent after appeared
accident, such as having her lace flounce being the southwest quarter of the south 8 per cent per annum and the costs ami ll conveyance of said premises and in default
"My name’s Brennan."
Bell, as we left the bushes anil stood seize our arms a man shouted down from to have as much dread of the flood as
quarter and lot No three (3)of section disbursements of this suit and for such h of the making of said deed as aforesaid,
"Ah, yes! Will, Miss Brennan, you torn off, or her toes stepped on, or her
facing this decidedly formidable looking the rocks above the cabin:
(6) and lots No two (2), three (3), four other relief as shall be meet in equity ami d that said decree staml and operate, inallre-
had Bell. They bolted into the woods, will call at this address as soon as possi precious bit of china smashed by an six
five (5)of section seven (7) in town good conscience.
s|M«cts, as and for said deed ai»d for such
and then began a race on our part to ble, won’t you?"
ship 3 south lange 3 west, save and except
This summons is served by publication other ami further relief in the premises as
“Waal, not edzackly at this time,” covered.”
homestead that part thereof con thereof for six weeks in the T elephone - may seem to‘the court meet with equity
head them off, work which the two
said the man, and his black eyes sur
I looked up anil saw six men pointing armed men were quite willing we should
veyed bv John M. Gates to J Ilariison on R egister by virtue of an order made by and good conscience.
as the lady well known in New York, September
22, 1875, by deed recorded at Hon. R. I* Boise, Judge of said conrt ami
veyed us somewhat contemptuously, I their rifles down at us, and at the same do. We dashed into the woods after a saying:
This Riinim ons is to l>e served by publi
275 and 276 of book “P” of records oi dated January 13. 1892
thought. “But,” he added, “I reckon I time four mounted men rode up the steer, and by the time we had turned
cation for a j»<Tio<l of six weeks, by order of
deeds of said county of Yamhill said tract
B ronaugh . M c A rthur ,
Hon. R. P. Boise. Judge of of said court,
know enough about fightin to be able to canyon and called on us to surrender. him we must have been at least half a
excepted being fifty acres And also the
F emton <t B ronaugh ,
bearing date of January 13th. A. D., 18 2
keer fo’ myself—ef so be I was druv to Resistance was out of the question. The mile from the rest of the party. Our young lady, and my domestics are al ately managed to smash another, ex following described tract of land, being lot
R amsey a F enton .
men on the rocks came clambering horses were quite as good as any with ways called by their first names. Do claiming: "Oh, these brittle things! One No foui (4) of section six (G) in township
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
3 south range 3 west of the Willamette
Bell assured him that this was emi down, our arms were seized, and we the sergeant. There was no need for
But hereupon the "young lady” be ing! 1 shall be glad when they are Meridian containing seven acres. All of
nently proper, but that neither he noi were prisoners.
consultation. A glance and Bell and came abusive, the official tried to be joc gone!” It was heroic, but to my mind said tracts conveyed by said mortgage con
taining 447 acres and ali being situate in
These men were commanded by a ser myself understood each other. We left
myself was “a hankerin fo’ a fight.”
hi the County eolirt of the State Oregon
county, state of Oregon
“We uns hez had all the fight needed, geant, a soldierly looking fellow, who the steer to take care of himself, and at ular, and we retreated minus the kitchen a really amiable smile and a few words Yambill
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
of gentle reassurance to the mortified the sale of said real premises according to for the county of Yarnhill.
yet if we uns had to shoot again at a evidently understoo«! his business. I a gallop we made for the south, the maid.
In the matter of the estate oft
’.aw to obtain funds with which to pay said
for Yamhill County.
guest would have been sufficient.
This is funny, but it is also true.
W. II. Till«!. «leoeaseil.
feller mortal he wouldn't make nothin showed him the paroles of Bell and my direction of Atlanta and of Sherman’s
sums of mon?y, costs and disbursements
Another mark of ladyhood «»isily and accruing costs and barring defendant To Martha E. Ti«l«l. Carrie Gaunt. Win w
Now. if all the persons 1 have men
by hit, I reckon.”
self, which had so often st«x>d us in army.
tioned wish to be called ladies, 1 for one
Daniel Parsons. C. B. ,•
It remains a wonder to me up to this good need, but their power to convince
M. Tidd, Arthur L. Tid<l and Mary E. Mann and T.E. Ehren- |
We had learned from the Bergeant the have no objection in life; but let them table manners, and a woman cannot be and further relief in the premises as may
day that Bell did not involve us in a was gone. The sergeant, who belonged night before that‘we were in- Cherokee
deem to the Court equitable
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
This summons is served by publication
fight with every mountaineer we met, to the Third Georgia cavalry, expressed county.and not more than thirty miles keep the title all to themselves, and let called ladylike, however transcendent
To T. E, Ehrenberg, one of the above
the name of the
for he resented any approach to indig himself about as follows:
in a straight line' from Marietta, which
of Stat of Oregon, you are hereby notified
judge of said court, bearing date of Decem appear
nity in a most combative spirit. The
“Your paroles may be all right, and was in Union hands. We kept in the by for the rest of the sex. I for one am gobbles her food, or talks with her ber 30, 1891
ami required to lie ami ap|war in the above
stranger actually laughed at Bell’s then, again, they may not be. But if ways, never slacking our speed till noon, quite content to be called a woman for mouth full, or makes a mess of all sorts
bill, at ttie court room thereof, nt McMinn named Court in the above entitled suit by
ville, in the county of Yamhill, on Tues Monday, the 28th day of March. 1892. that
speech, then came nearer, and aftei they had been drawn up by President when the poor, steaming animals reeled the rest of my days, and should never of incongruous viands upon her plate or
does not leave it tidy and with the knife
day the sth day <»f Marell. 1K92, at 10«»¿«'look being the first davof first term of said court
shaking hands with him told us that Davis ami countersigned by General Lee as if they must fall. When it became fret if that of lady were denied me.
in the forenoon of that «.ay, then ami there occurring after the expiration of the six
Of course, however, the term does and fork properly laid upon it instead
his name was Benton, that he came they would do you no good. Why not? evident that they could notvstand the
to show cause, if any you have, why the weeks' publication hereof, and then and
from “No'th Calinay,” and that evei Well, because my orders are not to rec strain and that we could.make better still mean something among persons of sprawling at the sides.
following «iescribed real estate shoulil not there answer the complaint filed therein by
When one comes to habits of speech
lie sol«i an prayed for in the |a*tition n«»a he said plaintiff, and you will take notice
since he left the army—he did not say ognize furloughs unless the men who ¡time on foot, particularly'as'we were in who use language with discrimination
file in said court, viz: The east half <>
bat if you fail so to appear and answer,
when or why he left—he had been have them are sick in bed or so badly the Alatoona hills, we’dismounted, took and appreciation, and the proper defini the distinctions are so delicately graded In tlie County Cour' of the County of Yarn on
quarter, ami the nortliwi-xt «; uh ■ ■ for the want thereof, the plaintiff will ap
Idi, s*ate of Oiegon,
“rumagin the cricks of Lumpkin county wounded that they can't handle a gun." off the bridles and saddles, and gave tion to my mind would be a' woman of that the self made lady rarely succeeds
to said court for the relief demanded
a-tryin to pick up a little gold.” In re
township 2 south, range 4 west of the Will ami prayed for in said complaint, which is,
Benton protested that he was wound freedom to the noble creatures who had 1 refinement, education and good breed in grasping the whole theory. Some Flett deceased
Notice is her°by given that the umlcr-
in brief, as follows, to-wit: For a decree
turn for this confidence Bell gave him ed, anil B 11 showed the still unhealed served our purpose so well.
ners that. however elevated a station she matical, and yet a thoroughbred lady ¿‘igned, George F.»4t. I^is been, bv ai; oide« ty, state of Oregon, and containing 12< against the defendant. Daniel Parsons, for
his own name, introduced me, and then bullet wound on his right breast, but the
In the afternoontthe booming of guns may l>e called to fill, she will never would never use them, and rather shud of the county conr’ above named, dul" ap acres.
the principal sum of $4fi0 In V. S. gold win
told the old story about our being fur sergeant was obdurate. He had orders could be hear<l in the direction of At
This citation in serve«! by publication I *
pointed as executor of the last will and tes
id interest thereon at the rat»» of ten i»*r
loughed soldiers and on our way into and must obey them, and in addition to lanta, and the sound urged us on as a need to reform them. To these qualifi ders when she hears them used; and yet tamentof said lames 8 Flett, deceased
order of Hon. Wm. Galloway, judge « f san
•nt per annum, from Nov 8, 1890, for $4G
Therefore all persons having claim court, bearing date the 2<1 day of February
- attorneys fees in this suit, and for costs
the Blue Ridge in western North Caro that the Confederacy needed every man spur does a jaded steed. We had not cations I shoulil add some acquaintance there is no law except the usage of good
society forbidding us to exclaim. “1 against said estate are hereby notified ami A D 1892.
ml disbursements of this suit.
at this time. Hood had just been beaten eaten since morning, but although we with society and its rules, with the
Witness. the Hon. Wm. Gallowav. jurh ■
want to know." or "Let me fix you some required to present the same to the under
For a decree against all pie defendant«
Mr. Benton told us that we were very by Sherman before Atlanta and it was could see lights after > nightfall we de laws of g«x>d taste in dress, ami suffi lemonade," or “I guess I'll have to go signed at the law officeot Ramsey A Fen
of the county court of the stat*
•recloring the mortgage given by said Par
of Oregon, for the county <•
lucky not to have been five miles west the duty of every good southern man in cided to run no risks, but’to go without cient tact and good feeling to set other now." One awful stumbling block in , ton. in McMinnville, Oregon, within six
os on the 21st day of November, 1889. to
Yamhill, anil the seal of sai-
f:om the date of tnis notice, dul.’
he plaintiff to secure the payment of said
the previous day, for Garrard's Yankee Georgia to hasten to the defense of the food for a week, if need be, or till we people at their ease and to feel easy this direction is the use of this very j months
court hereto aflixeo. this 2d <!:•>
veral sums of money, upon the following
cavalry had been raiding the country, beleagured army.
reached,our lines. We sl«g>ton the crest
of February, A D 1892.
Ie-<-ribed real property, to-wit: Being a
word “lady." An odious habit among I
And so Bell and myself, who had vowed of a wooded bill, and withithe first gleam
but that they had gone back “arter wal
Now, I know very well that this defi us Americans is using it as an address I
•ortion of the donation land claim of J B
Executor of said Estate
ranises A Fenton, Attorneys for Estati* ’lowland and wife, in t 3s, r 4 w. in Yam
lopin our folks like h—1!” The minei to die rather than be recaptured, were of day we wereup, but ¡early-though it nition will not meet the views of a large instead of the French madame or the i
hill countv. state of Oregon, am! beginning
invited us to breakfast, saying that his again prisoners, and to add to the horror was the guns that had .beenfcilent' dur class of excellent people, who will ex English madam. The employees in | Ramsey A Attorneys
for said estate.
t the northeast corner of a parcel of land)
Notice to Creditors.
, house was close by. He led us up the of the situation we were about to be ing the night were again booming in sul claim in holy horror:
shops or stores, in hotels or ticket offices
«•»«led bv William Ball to A. D. Runnels
creek, either side of which was covered marched away to fight against our own len echoes along the hills.
n the 15th day of Nov.. 1875;
“Oh, do you put good breeding and and public vehicles constantly inquire
Notice is hereby given that the under
Thence running south l.V, feet, thence
with pits from which,the earth had been
signed ha«« ls*«*n appointed. by the cotuit«
Keeping in the woods andtshaping our taste in dress, or even education, above “What will yon have, lady?" or "Here's
Notice of Final Settlement.
st 55 feet, thence north 155 feet, thence
us if we had told the truth.
court of Yamhill < «>nnty. state of Oregon,
taken to be washed for gold.
course by the «sound, we - continued on a good Christian character and modesty your change, lady." or "Your street,
administrator of th«* partnership estate of west 55 feet to t.ie place of loginning, con
There were no preparations to make. till noon, when'we met an! old black man and industry and the moral virtues gen
About a half mile from onr sleeping
lady?" and 1 have often b«*n accosted
Geo. Sauter A Co., c mposed of Geo. Sau- taining 8525 square feet of land, in the town
place the creek flowed through a canyon Benton was permitted to conceal his in the woods. He had a bag of corn erally?"
hill. State of Oregon.
er and G. Leuenberger, the latter being of North Yamhill, in said county and state.
by well dressed and well meaning wom
with wallij from twenty to sixty feet mining tools in the hut; then unarmed, meal on his shoulder, and he gave us
To which 1 reply : Certainly 1 do not. en in the street with, "Will you tell me In the matter of the estate of Geo.E.Getch- now deceased. Therefore all persons hav An 1 for a decree and order for the sale of
ing claims against said partnership estate said mortgaged premises in the manner
high, anti 200 yards np the walls formed and with the guard before and behind some, which we ate raw, for it was thir In fact, I place the things you mention where such and such a street is, lady/’
Notice is hereby given that the under are hereby notified and required to present prescribed by law, to obtain funds with
an amphitheater, and here in a half cave, us, we were marched down the canyon ty hours sines« we had tasted, food. This above those 1 mention, but 1 consider or perhaps. "You are losing your veil,
signed Martha A Getchell as the adminis- | them to me at my residence near McMinn which to pay said several sums of money,
half cabin, the miner lived alone, unless and along the stream to the Etowah man told us it was about ten miles to them as characteristics of womanhtxxl lady."
tratrix of the estate of George E. Getchell. ’ ville, jn said county, with the proper vouch interest, attorney’s fees.ccata and disburse
and accruing costs, and barring all
we count the vicious dog that had pre river, where we found a camp in which Marietta, but he advised us not to keep and not of ladyhood. A person may be
Kindred to this fashion is tiiat of call- deceased, lias filed her final account of her ers therefor, within six months front the ments
the interests of the several defendants in
ceded us. Before the door or rather the there were about 200 soldiers anti its on as we were going, for «there was a a perfect lady in the exact sense of the I ing a girl's fiance or admirer her gentle- 1 administration of said estate in the County . «late of this notice.
said premises and for such other and fur
Dated Feb. 4. 1892
opening to the cabin, for it had no door, many more sullen mountaineers, who large body of Confederate«cavalry be word, and yet be a very contemptible 1 ' man or her gentleman friend, and no Court of Yamhill County, Oregon, and
ther relief in the premises as may seem to
G eo H. vctkb . Aministrator.
said court has fixed Tuesday. March 8, A. i
there was an ax, a pick and a spade, with had been gathered in by the searchers.
the court meet with equity and good con
D.. 1892. at the hour of 2 o’clock p. m. of
My companion and myself reasoned
a rude cradle such as I had seen at
woman, and a most valuable member of j “I and another lady were going," etc., said day at the County Court room at Mc
This summons is to be served by publica
Minnville, Oregon, as the time and place of •
Sleigh's for gold washing. A few ap that the very best thing we could do
society, and yet not a lady. Why, then, ! I instead of "A liuly and 1 were going.”
[TO BE CONTINUED.]
tion thereof for a period of six weeks, by
hearing the same.
pliances for cooking and a bed of pine was to seem to fall in with the spirit
must everybody be classed under the ti
1 have spoken of salesladies and 1
Therefore all persons interested in said ! Two miles from McMinnville, near St. order of Hon. R. P, Boise. Judge of said
It is said that the aged
ageil daughter of tle of conventionality and despise that i l think the coui|a>nml an absurd Aineri- estate
boughs covered with an old army blan ar.d design of our captors. The captain
are hereby notified ami required to . Joe. a small farm of 16 acres. 11 acres in court, made and bearina date of January 7,
R amset A F enton ,
ket constituted the furniture of the in charge of the camp was a young man John Brown of “Ossawatonrie” is now I of nature, especially as the former is | ' canism. but 1 would not for a moment appear at said time and place and show cultivation, also a good house and barn; 1892.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
named Reese, and after telling him our destitute and helpless, and the colored much more within our control than the j go upon record as disparaging or belit- cause if anytbefre be why said account be . about 200 fruit trees, mostly prunes «besides
people of the United States owe it to
not allowed and said estate finally settled. small fruit ; one horse and wagon, 3 cows,
Mr. Benton—by the way, he professed story I said that, much as we had suf themselves to provide for her relief. latter?
| tling that great class of young women
Dated thisGth dav of January. A. D.1892. 2 heifers, 2 pigs. 40 chickens, 7 tons of hay, ADVERTISERS
Any woman can make herself an i I who serve in our shops. Very many of
to be a second cousin of the famous Ben fered and eager though Bell and myself Their debt to the memory of their «lead
MARTHA A. GETCHELL.
quantity of potatoes, f plows. harrows, etc
Administratrix of said Estate, i Reason for selling* declining health. For on advertising »paca whan in Chicago, will fmd it on Ida at
ton of Missouri—prepared us a breakfast were to go home, we would cheerfully friend is one that can never lie over Ì honor and a glory to her sex by develop- I them are :,s ladylike and far more useful
ing the inborn power ami beauty of her * and to fie respected than their sisters Raiusey A Fenton, Attorneys for said Es- ; further particulars enquire of
of com bread and bacon with coffee go with him to Hood's arrnv provided paid.
WHAT IS A LADY?