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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - April 18, 1873, Portland, Oregon 0 1 u AT TUB KWYT OP v lii n 0111 AND K IM 1 ML IN lir U HAWKINS bol P K I1 if AND OLD tS 1 B rt IllON oa in 116 110 ami L P AGENT AND s tor the nun h it HM mi llu fctTixl many A KM many n And tit I to bit tlin grnat of Bnd And I Jill Id Uld nu liy U hiu munj Jnp you a Tina Itf DULL IB who didn't In uid M KEELER CO Liberty It Mevr BON AND N W c AND Hon i Ami ft from Iho i AH t Vork: N Y I W j 28 tn Hot K i ADVERTISERS with lur tbo U to ar or Iho o hint lo lit tho of mo Till y Association It O Mt H OF ITAM FlItT LADO FARGO liy uja of 4 o l U tin Kr U tin all i 1 lid Ban w r I If n lo ndir 93 fort tire TOC Dally will Im by or til m il for throo In at aiKin R corn Surt f 11 W ttn whi JNO B M D S to to 4 and 7 to 8 P H DR MARY A THOMSON AND A between Ba Main the Square atten part of the CUT DR O BBT OiK AND IU ted of any kind REDUCED I At my and Office on MAIN Bt OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE MAY TT I n ibi following An aj BUo J W AND AT LAV 111 HUM NO JOHN n's N W corner and Flnt if ani A KILLING j bin 1 N W cor I vu lint W H Bantling 1 PRANK L STOTT UX M MBUM a T THOMPSON a t w IN First Bt opposite Ud Hotel an Oregon W B GILBERT Hoom Ji Cor an WHALLEY lav No 101 BL por paid P A OHEHOWETH OREGON THOMAS J DRYER oty P Front St B stud G PATTERSON SEMPLE General Brokers Stookt and other Bought and Sold MADE FOE tor kind bu B cor STARK and FRONT Portland Jtf KATES and Night V St oar WALTER oo TO TIEB Corn GILBERT AND DRAUGHTSMEN Pront Firat D WILLIAMS A VB iCO TO short notice In OREGON FRIDAY MORNING OREGON STEAM CD'S A M at S FOIL TBE NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND MI 8 Ka J d vv and Thursday V 0 o'clock Freight and at No or D OREGON STEAMSHIP xi INT Will LEAVE CITY in ami FrUny at A M and on and nt IU A M through to Portland lor City at 4 P TH for nil places will tabn at A M Dayton oil Monday TICKETS old nt ul 0 0 H II Co m All by till lino to until C P M J ARout For lewis Hiver at Helens and Mon TIIK MABIA WIL llin lur throo l wopk MONDAY FRIDAY At 7 A 81 Freight to 50 per ton Apply to tho Captain or oo hoard l OREGON CALIFORNIA R CO DAILY WILL PORTLAND AND Aa 7 45 A M I 8 00 P.M 00 6 Freight with rn dally PORTLAND AND JUNCTION M UATI fl 00 I fl 00 P.M B I P.M RTB madn ROSE I DAG with th IORM oi the Oregon mad Tickets or uln to the in Or Uie At Cor JT KMil Front at the Portland will bo charged on all freight remaining 1 over 24 M j o ill not bo lor after a en E P Agent 1 I ON OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD W ON AND MONDAY MAItCH 10 1 until further notice rmi na BOUND SOUTH Nu 1 T j fi H JT 0 06 I CO 10 23 10 r A O n J 110 P M 3 61 an 230 2 i ao II THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLA VD AND PACIFIC Tho Control Iowa Sho Lino BOOTH With IU and West IB the TUB VU i Hook Island and Ol TOM ONLY THB THROUGH OVERLAND LETTER Bud with trn Woat HE CENTRAL ARO UNION PACIFIC fl AND AT CHICAGO With all Boat A Bonth NO cvor on nay nr now built and ruu bj thin Oo n Through to ill points fruit cnn lio ob it R OTORO And at C P R R Iu Ban and iento Oo Bare Yoar Road Tin Hock I land A M a oral Chicago RIDDLE Chicago WM 11 Ai Bun I STAGE LINES COLUMBIA RIVER SOUND rilB t tin IC I UNF HI JAM CO N I It CI un IH ONLY LUF bo H CO I'm tti Hu HoJ riu nm UNI t 1 rw I tin I inl D in tlm In nt i i l m tl ii itt liy j N I U 11 I'AHHKN imd n nt l tlm H H cil tly LW CUSTOM BOOT AND has rumored his old cm AI r to between Oak and pine ho txi to DOT all old and u Mill favor him witb a Tbo ry boot of uocU and a flt ALLOW ED mi Coin In tho MtB lii Coin or fur Mlo un BTL DAY ia LONDON THK MAIN NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND SAVINGS DEPARTMENT BAKU HAS IN CONNECTION tbo a BAVIN08 DB and allow on Coin in accordance with the condition adopted liy th In thia Bank IDR ban In view to accrue to of baring sornn to loan by n and fair rate o on well as to and bring Into neo Idl Fur of tn thin Bank nix H entire capital nnd nnd tin tv or and aa provided by Boo 12 tho Currency Act approved Juno 8 than Hint given by ordinary BAT Dunlin coplon of Iho conditional upon BIO may bo had upon application at th Bran HENBY FAILING HENRY W L II BRITISH Hoval Paid np WITH TO To man BABT INDIA LONDON ISLAND BAH anl for sale OD Ireland Scotland Now A Canada on TIME ITB at tho rato of BIX Mm PBU ANNUM to periods of three months nd upwards Bills discounted or Collected mad on available collaterals DEPOSITS AND 11 to Chock or Draft allowed on DEPOSITS o FUNDS In of OMC mmA ttf on and other valuables recoiled far aafa made ana promptly remitted ID Seal erty made for parties BIGHT o Ban and tho Atlantic for sale bought and sold for tho of all kinds 0 smd Trvat MASONIC SAVINGS LOAN BANK Ho 0 Post St E PRATT GEO HARDWARE IRON AND STEEL CORBETT FAILING CO TO AND H W CORBETT A 0 or uxn HARDWARE CUTLERY MECHANICS TOOLS IRON ana STEEL ETC ETC Agents for the Bale of Nos 53 55 Front St PORTLAND OREGON JOHN R FOSTER CORKER FRONT AND STARK BTS in Howe's Platform Gaunter Scales TUB IN USB SHELF AND TOOLS TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY MINERS GOODS NAILS ROPE SHOVELS ANVILS AXES ETC ETB 1 All of Is at nates lie buyers to call and particular attention of of either at WHOLE XTRA FINE NETARTBAY IN THE USUAL A NO 1 No TO HEBREWS 01 AND VICINITY WELL KNOWN BAKERS r will f ONTO 1 or CENTS POUND ty froo of Meat at 15 per Pound by Mr ISAAC od nil through tho OEEQaN Mrs arrived at on and Toft for Buso bull bad at Salom thia spring Several havo hande in county oast of Ibo of and head of with for ivc ae many Crook ia hav 1 head of om nod rang i county o a supply of water eoason than boon tba for fivo years i nd tbo m ID ore aro well In Howard of by tho Court on of Usi and wno convoyed to tho Ir Portland In charRo of IlU Stato roturi City on they boon for tho of a tho to Yam im a gentleman who bus that city Their report wilt bo daye county wo loarn that mow foil in the idaa tut viola ty of and day ight nod bad not entirely befon Monday The flume thoro tho a up that way arc vory r In for ma us tha Thi i Advocate A noto f om Linn na of a very largo last to hea be by d Mies On th a at on Sahl utar and u Uov I M Mr Pearl at A a pn ho circuit arc Uth Fn at Crook at Bro fragot and to got uj but di bar aano 7 J of State and L iod from Stale University it returned froi The of so morning whilo Mr ao old man yoara old was ia hanling sand from t o river bank bo wan run over by heels passed over hia right arm Tho without them in with the didn't hart do any particular gooc Letter from on TIIK borg has be 1 annual of 1 t horo by the of a ore than woll ro of Gibba and from now ro mil array of tbe least r from outsider alt Court Th in th Cat Ho Stott and i from Salem and SulHran ilk from Lion fro a and I do DO l talent added t oar loo il bar ma ken quite a display and if tha numbe of lawyers dooa not to fo all sub they at leant in getting away with all tho looie change in tb comma Farmors attending an ma ty of HO all out of yater about fine ia to product E on the mind of a n getting of f tbo o Boob am tota aboat tbe a spirit that in d lend Court oa iho won of tbo day of I sol was arraigned on two and arson A be i in atore aod hta ball de indicted for ah cm ting was remanded by 01 to await i k grand jury next and aa fial crops and anything but an weather of th for in killing marder oro that the grand jury havo atod tbo of Tho case of Bruce for at bos their criminal of land Involving waa I Outside arson ing lumber tO f I see getting loiter di tod tbo met aro I OB they wo 11 by aear of 40 or i i ignore road w In town ty would c think ot am accused o ampt at poison s There aro a u Important up after tbo jury oa ica aro hat tho ii in bis Incorrect In fact tho Me i jail for mur WBB who wore later res to 1 to Iho number ibo record o is rat by again Ilia Bt o in grammar bo o Justice of tho B that tbe is easily half the bo term Hun nta for laroen aa indicted for at no kind of ob of thi ummer Caxon in tho firs t winter 0 la with a largo in of leea thereto Again aai that throttled by our d from the faat tbo case not open tbo road ve us the bridge draw would a year to work it IB a d is only exceeded by its y Judge la too waa not That tho Mr to foment working a draw requires four men it opening it as often aa four day and doing thie for a truly St Jo 1 Tho whole with St Joo a worms Tbe tax layers do not feel ablo to or 100 in opening several roads through and to a depot when the river and freights are lose than one rate and faro is than a third of that by rail St Joo has been Induced to and improve property at depot hoping that do the They don't for- ward and ho fools boat on but to tho doctrine that tho King can do no and so growls it his neighbors they aro too sharp to bo biltan ai y moro He chafes and and BO growls and appoint Pilot Bt Tbo a ao England Four lof of ti on Tbo t las boon Accord has boon pleased o Captain to bo a mbmbor of tbo ard far Columbia of Gilbert Maloolm Sproat Agent General for Columbia it is only now and ninety dollare wero con y tbo tho of tor tho ro family of Mr John Williama who per tbo S Wright A New York d lap at oh of tho Uth inat Bays Mr Spirks agent for tho White Star Lino an I lat in with the wishes of the untributcra to tbo fund of in eum will be set fur tho hope of rewards for tbo officers and crew the A who wero in saving fo rewarding Rov Mr Ancient and ccr firat aud J ion who BO nobly ho thiB LIBERTY linus of tho Canada Pacific located by the Dominion Government 5 to tho Victoria Standard the town of t IB to bo the place beyond nays sugar brokers London d tbo sample of tho beet sugar made by t at Now Westminster and that it fully to clayed A received by Mr from Crook that tho Vancouver aro tailing out -10 oz fo the sot of Urn bora claim lien bolow the Victoria about ono mile bolow Iho woll known Tbo of tbo 15th anya II M 6 on bunday from tho Sandwich Islands loving n ado tho run under Bail with Iho un of hours in fourteen days A ball wan on board Ibo at Honolulu in honor of an now King who wan with hia on the to this port a man foil tho but was after an im- Tbe will refit id Ball n about throe for Honolulu and omc LATEST FROM THE i i TEE MODOCS CANNOT GET WATER Making it Hot far the Red Devils The Lava Bed is Ours GALLANT OF five Indians LAVA BSD 9 P M April night our troope held at evening A hotly light took on Col loft Ing Tbo Indiana endeavored to get t for water but our troops thorn away A dispatch was received from Mae on 7 A M flaying that had on his left and were on hfe flank andr During thq night tho under of Thomae kept up a fire on which them very much Indiana could bo heard yelling and el an awful rato J At 0 o'clock this morning tho Green wore ordered to forward thoy bad bold during too nl whole line tod with a cheer and bei tiring tho occupied contested his 0 tho lake n keeping 1 camp at jassed out or command bo Modoo Tho g at 18 tod MM bad tbo top of tbo Jack's camp which was BO hotly mder Col from tho Th ore 10 A o next cd olo lino va bod Bernard ot out on con- ing more that tho ho U day and which had been Dearly day when oar men had gained thi bo beard along tho Orders wore then given to sweep tl and a dispatch was by tc ordering him in the Modocs bad f Cat Mason's loft to pursue to with tbo cavalry and give them no reel 10 o'clock A havo gi ground and firing ia booom frequent Tbo general Is lava bed la havo boon given to Col to move hla right forward ao rapidly ae possible and join Col Orion's left Thia will oat like off from water From 10 to 12 o'clock there wae CL firing from tho of tbe lake Oc of tho have got out on Mi the Indians can bo heard ia tho Jack's Tbo mortara which hi since daylight havo bcon orders within 800 of the caVe ai water of the lako At about o'clock Col ai a junction which 01 ofi tho from tbo water mont was at different parts lof tho lino and aided not to parti oar men on the India m hold aa wo might laio manj oat Indian and if we keep them f they would have to leave their could not find them in a giro Onr In iho two days fight hav killed and ten wounded The only wounded IB Lient Company G 1 try wound in tho left leg I well No junction haa been forme Green's right and Mason's loft Fn only are reported killed and of some None of onr killed or wounded hive yet fallen Into the of the It la ei ident that if our can hold their on the Mr Modoo will have to leave or A heavy flro of musketry la DOW OD the Lake shore tho Indians evidently gluing for water Eniry one who bat ices our troops In speak of them in highest terms Mod a part loft of ro I id near the id Mason outa this was heard de it killing an water d iger one o been icer yet 0 Is doing 1 between o Indians we have HOD Wm JI Clagett has cial Council oi Iho to the alleged frauds against Indians of Montana paper eays All Iho stago horses from Ryaa to Door Deer to No Lodge to Beyond bat the 1 or are not A Chinaman at lalt wer a tied ono end of the have the avc recovered a rope tJok limb and tho other around bli and jumped hot for John's hopes to of bis tho rope broke and with a arm and a pooled bo sorrowfully returned to his washer house authority of tho last legislature Copt H N Bioko I At- torney wao appoint id to a to port of all tho to fir hoar I In tho Supreme of Montana Iho reporter informs na that ho has now nearly id the and that the printed report will appear lime in A Whitman correspondent of tho ier froia Walla Walla knowing our Bants 1 kvo to time and again for of a mill and ono f onto re In thli matter is that when they they go at ay highly pleased with the enterprise and they Set baok to Walla Wall we hear no more 1 -om Now what we want Is somo man that 1 as a mind of big own and cannot bo bj to hero and a good flouring mill and we will guarantee him 111 the wheat bo cab grind and moro too There is good water Don or horo at Iho mat wilh a fall of foot getting to a lovely and is destined to Walla and tho R K and a trodo f no little importance In Whitman W T thonsan IB of acres of land on Iho Pacing suipo are now ig vacant whilo perhaps not Dvo hundred claims havo boon located Tbo face of ibo country reminds the of Iho Dairies of tho Western States but is of a moro rolling and undulating nature with a rich of tho best grass and Interspersed with numerous springs and rivulets of tbo best puro cold wator In fact then springs aro eo nnmc ons that ono may bo found on almost every tor section of Between and seventy of wheat ed that tbia will not LnJ than tho teed for thia vear and o strange to rolat they havo no Curing mill Snake and rivers of d four years but now dotted oil over with bo improvement of energetic armors nnd some of tho land already ID a high stato of cultivation I 8 In BiD St Louis says The talks of tho Legislature as ono of tho most worthless bodie ever assembled in th Stato Wo cannot allow Indiana to boat Missouri on n point like In at Jefferson City any similar body that has assembled in this country sinoo tho of America by Christopher Columbus for ty for fo depravity nd for which convert honest men roau men mto proud ion cannot bo wrested from Missouri by of States and as for Indiana we tho of tho in boat u o onr well earned laurels S Kin hair 7 IN THE LAVA Attempt to Break the A HE iTHE BATTLE l April a special con- at having left headquarters at tbc lava bed B with tho news of tbo lengthy extras Last evening tho Modocs bad a big Ore in mp and Maj Thomas dropped a directly tq It provoking a and a den extinguishing of tba firo Another shell was dropped in tbo asme locality fallowed by yells of pain and dismay Tbo then appeared CHALLENGED THE TO COUK OUT AND Another sbell waB tbo angwer and ware baok At 4 A M another fight tbe Modocs gave np their attempt to braak through tbo linos aod retired it was to lair shattering shots only being fired at men who at- tempted to advance upon them At 9 Col Green's command forward from the position gained on Thursday and eoon occupied to Jack's camp Cul Mason then moved bis right forward as possible to form with left thus tbo off from the lake and from their only spurce of supply junction wen noon The Journal extra At 2 P M tho wero throwing shells in excellent range Col Greco fell baok behind a lodge awaiting tbe should shells ont After firing a solitary Indian replied though yells were frequent On Iho fifth hell thero came a fire and i Faou rnc or a small party of men sprang ont of a chasm and came into lines amid a shower of The falling back was caused by tho flanking and opening cross fire Col Miller in ing to form o junction with the Warm In- dians missed them and a ho swung down into a groat I THC UP ASD CUT rtm OFF thirteen men fortified himself They fought lives until tho mortars opened withstood until 4 P M whon tho shells began falling In their midst and they broke cover across tbo lodge aid losing two men and ono The line was ro formed and hold I round the Modocs Maeon biB rear and trying to get out At 7.46 Mason's men wero advancing toward In- scon on tho bluff Heavy at 6 on Col right At 9 whole lino was moving Mason at signalled I THE LAVA BED and the Cavalry aro ordered to pursue At U all quiet and half an hour later heavy in tbe Modoo stronghold At tbe Warm Spring Indians report good making four to-day so far t F terrible nre has juit when the ModOcs tried to break through to tho lake intention is to keep tbe line and prevent them from getting water There will bo more severe works are carried been recovered and K not injured he having hid In the rocks whon bis mulo was T Caslello says the blaze of musketry firing along thq lake shore about the lime of his departure lisf night wai TO LOOK AT him of prairie fires of early Western times He believes tho made a strong fort lo by the lake or lo get water and were completely from tbe appearance of the firing and the length of its continuance The Indiana are certainly disheartened llo watched them with a glass at range at different times during the day s fifth and were from IT April passenger trains arrived i Ihls which bare been snowed 4 in ir Kearney stallon Monday no In regard to condition of the ot point as trains overtook ttt blockaded rom way of tho Kansas Pacific Railroad and nothing can bo them in bad condition for Thoro Is a Bc oree of repair moo out cut I C aod to liaro Hoos Id a Tho Union expect to bi UTAH If root BaUt Lake City April 17 badly east Of tbo North eni sent East from Platte nd od as far a ben Hwa tb Dot bo pasted engine returned Enow a sleet ro ton on We are gelling op the Ogdon east In a lack airs right ABOI and they wore running from one pon another bank end with no motive seemingly bewildered by e of our Ho learned of 24 lay's figh of rocks tc rent strai killed and 10 wounded umy Wm Smith bugler Battery M 4th Artillery was killed Private Harmon Battery E waa wounded Tho Warm Spring Indians fought ike heroes upon tbe foo ever ready to take and holi any They lost one Safety of Crossings Tbo S F SuMin Tbo Pennsylvania company has mode witb tbo city of by which be carried all tbo streets it is desirable to cross or over thorn at a as to bo ont of tho way of one? pedestrians Tho track is nowhere to hross on a level with the streets The cost of this Improvement will bo not lefts than a million ift dollars Tbo company will be compensated not only by tho Beared by tho facilities fat doing Thero will bi trams will cross fjom ono sidi of to tho other quickly at oil of tions In Baltimore a tunnel is to bo con- that all the through railway will be under the city Tho of life in largo cities by placing railway tracks on tho same level as streets is fearful In England wo believe no railway crossing is permitted on the samo as tho street or public road A CONNECTICUT years ago a veteran Democrat was elected to the Legislature from the town of Knowing the difficulties of travel between tho place and Hartford bo started early and hero tbe day before the General Assembly convened and immediately proceeded lo tbo office A E Burr the senior editor was engaged in producing a strong political loader for that evening's paper and bis at- tention was first attracted lo tho presence of the visitor by his down upon tho desk what upon examination proved to bo tho credentials as a member of him S the back to to tho office the Secretary of state Where is inquired tbe gentleman from Hortland In tho Stato ing was tho you take it there and it will bo all right I don't know anything about the Secretary of State's spoke tbo aged and I don t care a where it is I am and I know if I leave this thing horo in the office of tbo Times it will bo all And Mr Burr could not prevail upon the old man to take tbo document with flV him with a Secretary thero Democrat to got Conn HOW Rton gentlemen who lived opposite each other wishing to take m early morning tram resorted to ono of lie devices of boyl hood and passed a cord across tho street an ond of it to his big too and that ho who awoke should arouse tbe other But both themselves and Iho first down car struck tho cord and dragged their beds witb lightning dow havo been in rooms and when their now boots v ith telescope ad- ditions are finished they sill tuko their walks abroad I Sally uhat havo yon done with tho Tho cannot cat for break i d isn't that wonld bo giving tho scum lut ofi and garo it to the cats j NO Bj Overland Telegraph OtTi A atock died Terr I morning Us complained rtf feeling unwell and 1 retired 0 and 10 o'clock Shortly lie taken with serere cramps At his 1 him morphine to quiet 111 pain Some U hi wife tnat tompled to awake him and loot for a doctor All elor to MnK him to blame Is attached to his wife about noon to-day a Herman named Lie April John alias Dutch shot killed by K V U evening had been drinking and and abused citizens of the kill some parties He was voty In bis lanima and threatened to carre him np went after Ms gun and him s store shot him the charge taking effect In t right and penetrating the lungs killing him loll From BAH April S Footo former of arrived were placed io tbo chain day and sot to work cleaning out sowors Tbl ts t first time in several years that such prisoners hate bet employed In way ease will be resumed at 11 o'clock A it o April cue bwl the Judge decided tbe statute of Ibo nd tte of conviction or acquittal lam no part of the In lie case or tb aa to and discharged from it A was oiled wa on the i 1 Instructed In to or asked him to nsU I told him secured some ono competent to take his I took man Into tbe office about tbe 1st of hm clerk after Bogart left which was on Bei know when left bnt be wu tc iSi clerk On tbe officer of the shin had to left th hip P M Dell and nothing of Bogarl afterward did not know bad gone till tb morning of tbo 2d aa to but did not learn I Inquired on the uf did not his i Attorney he not W A Clapp be was Vermont and that came on the ship Deo 1st of lorn he told mode WM u Bogart was next called and the I The Court S O was then sworn to a order of tiK Navy Department resignation on the 10th of Si j of the that thei c accepted of totie the older and the wai u Iho of Ibe hoi Ing it incompetent Hoffman that it was Sawyer waited Ills objection and the order w finally admitted and tills closed tbe if desertion Larimer he offer no oral us but read In a certificate of the Oh I of the that there U n record on BI of t res of Bogart or the tenderer a r acceptance In tho case Bin April has sent b ward several troops Including Ool la the laia bed Thi lelt thia from the Presidio Bon Amos Walker delivered an address before t Chamber of this afternoon spoko tho introduction of piper money into the State saying profitable to only a few speculator aid it tcs of Interest wonld advance largely Do snake praise of the advantages of m and State His listened to wlh marked attention w- Jt W Franklin has been sentenced to the J LJ y tot parties In dt Hie Bogart can Is a short distance dying almost Ho Hotel i BALEM WESTLEY City Tar ACCORDANCE WITH TUB PROVISIONS Portland 12 The Ia KOW 1S MY AMDS I loo dud all be at my office within thirl or wlu as I Hoom No 1 f EDWIN V IB OWEN THAT NO Portland April 7 1673 Stockholders ANNUAL MEETING OF TUB Company In
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