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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - April 18, 1873, Portland, Oregon                               .0 fi.ANituKNIV ilUlwt.yn inhun 1 KJ1 u AT TUB KWYT OP v Icrj lii tlln n OONHTU'ATKIN. 0111 VBVKlt AND AC1UK K IM ..1 MOflT OIIIIUNIU ML IN OABKH lir ITICMAlTw, 'U. HAWKINS. SWraraonto .t.oet, bol P K I1 4tl if INDBTMBN. AND OAIlltlAOK-MAICKK., trtllD OLD COWANVH Cro.k. tS" ,1 B, rt I'lll IllON ;.oa .in, 116 P.cltlo 110 ami I'arlOr L. P. ''EllTISING AGENT ADVKUTIIlSMKNTB AND s tor the DAItr nun WMIL, uilbll.hej h, tton, Ut.h it (Un.lwioh l.l. lleilr.n Oblnai tlio Atluntli HM untarittMl mmty mi IlMrMCuM Hiaur 1'tt iiuiliiCHt llu fctTixl many A KM many n tuilnwij And tit ttuy bmlnejiM. IUVfl Olranl utml I to bit tlin grnat itKxlldm of Bnd proluJo WfuUth And I tuitMk] Jill Id irtilt Uld nu liy _W twtura piibtlo U hiu tiroil munj ADVURTTBU YOUIL RUBIMGHfl. Jnp you a NAMB HKVOUK Tina runua rORTHD. BUBINWia Itf DULL, ADVBftTIflr. IB BillHK. ADVKRTIRtt who didn't hc-llnm In .horirr. uid ttvU M. KEELER CO., Liberty It., Mevr Vorkj BON AND N. W. COMM1S1 c mnriNO AND DIRIOT.TU IU1I Onpn Hon., i. Ami ft from Iho North-WMt. i. AH urdcri t attoutlon. fi.MCKft-N.w Vork: N. Y N.l'l I W itroot, Mr-irn 'j 28 Ilroml lUivturn Houllf. Bcrath itrcflt. tn I'urtlaiul; Hot. K. t> Dtuti. IJ.ukcro. IU1 i ADVERTISERS. with lur tbo U sMiml to ar. or tnolow 2fi Iho o' RI.UT UMirnl hint, lo lit tho of mo" >.rul A.lv.rll..r. Till. y Association It O Mt H OF ITAM AIIO FlItT LADO T1LT01T1 FARGO CO.'8_EXPg liy ,uja :K' of 4 o l l.t (U tin Kr." l.t (U tin H.J'C all   'i 1 .lid Ban w r I If "n V0L XIII- lo ndir 93 fort tire. TOC mtli. Dally, will Im publlflhwl by MolUoan ftato "nnnin, (or til m ._j il for throo luonthn In ndvnuoe. llio ttmefor liflispaU BobscrlberiiliouldrBnew at IlLiibefore uiddtluprliilwl aiKin llio [vddrww R corn" f.onl.iid Surt stroou aSlMMOllICO idHNT-L. f H8HBU, 11 W, KirlinnKo, Culltorala ttn whi' JNO. B. PILKINQTON M. D. M01I S DeKUSl'fl BUILWNO. CORNUIl FUlfl OBKB HOBB5-IO to to 4, and 7 to 8 P H. DR. MARY A. THOMSON. rnVSIOIAN AND AOCODOHEUn. aBBlDBNOB A Btroet, between Ba Main, ctoposlte the Square. 0.1U atten lltnwy part of the CUT. uatterloafors.loandln.ua DR. O. R08EHK, d> ACUOUCllKU, FiaaT BTHRBT. BBT. OiK AND I'ISE (Uoblasou IU, OB1U4NTY ALLOliaTBTIUOAL MAN] ubtlKQI, ted of any kind KNTISTRY REDUCED I At my ItoriMeneo and Office on MAIN Bt., OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. I1BT. KJUltTIl VlfTU. OBDBl TJI1T KVBItVIMDr MAY KNJOY TT I coolorland ailninft truni n I'KKKKOT A: JJJTIO SlfT Ok'TKCTH. ibi, following prloea ulll .HlDUlowl' An Klitire Teettt, V'JO HtlSclaf 91.il Katraclluri aj Tfttfi BUo J. W DJDUH. HTOTT. .UTOIINEY8 AND COUN8ELOES AT LAV 111 HUM BT.-aOOM NO O-POlttLANB. (OVpoalCo th0 Occldmital Hotnl. JOHN B.WALDO. n's BulUhlit. N W corner WashlnRto and Flnt Ktreet.. if ItkltumcX. ani 8HATTUOK A KILLING Js.ttorxxo-vai-o.t-aL, j., bin 1. DIKDM'9 J1UILOINO, N. W. cor. I iftxra vu lint W. H. EFFIHQEB, CerlMtt'B Bantling, plre 1 etreet. PRANK L. STOTT A-ttoriciey XUOBNB OITY, OEtKQON UX M. MBUM. a. T. Taoursoa. DURKTAM THOMPSON, A-ttoxTCLoytn a, t w IN First Bt, opposite Oeclden Ud Hotel, an TortlaiHl. Oregon. dawtf W. B. GILBERT, Hoom Ji, Dekam's Dalldlog, Cor PIRflT an WABUINQTON Btrmu WEUUT, K.w.rsonunim Nolarv Pnblla. WHALLEY FEOHHEIMER. mOBKEXS OOON8ELOBS-AT-LAW lollollora lav Dskiakriapteir. No, 101 BL, por nruoularattentlon paid tocollectlon.. P. A. OHEHOWETH A-ttoi-aioy -w ooavAtua. OREGON THOMAS J. DRYER, JitiiSTioia oty Tiiia P Front St., h.t. B stud G. PATTERSON SEMPLE General Brokers. Stookt and other Beoantiea Bought and Sold. ,.ro.L8D MADE FOE tor kind, Hn.DOlal bu. Omcv-3. B. cor. STARK and FRONT Portland, Jtf THBRKEL8EN. KATES and Night. V Beeoad St., oar. Bf.orrl.OM WALTER Emporiwm: oo TO TIEB POHT (IFKIdK LMffr Corn u.riun. Bi'hit ByH'lltnt MKDIOATK GILBERT AND DRAUGHTSMEN OIFIOK-ORBIVS UJJILDINU, Pront Firat, "D. OIUH10N WILLIAMS, "TBOTB A BUI-ICUIIVTIIIMDIOHI DUILDINO VB iCO., OUIVHIB ruitNisHED TO short notice Al.o. In PORTLAND! OREGON FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL'is. OREGON STEAM MAVIGATi CD'S A M at S FOIL WKSTPOHT luml TBE FIltST NATIONAL BANK OF PORTLAND. CioiONiTtD DiroailrAnr MI, FIKAHOUI AO.HT..D, 8. FAIUNO. Ka StliLL. J d. AtNflWOUTH. vv LFAVK FLANDElt'B W1IAIL EVKltY Mondav and Thursday Mornin? V 0 o'clock, Freight and Pusago at UEDUOBD RATK8 No wn> or DrakoBRO D. OOLDBM1TII, 1'rcs't OREGON STEAMSHIP COMPANY1 xi. INT. Will LEAVE ORKdON CITY in Wodnmdny ami FrUny at Hi30 A M and on Tminilnx Tlmriday and nt IU A M -counectlna DAYION through to rortlond. lleturiiln Portland lor Orog-on City at 4 P. TH. Passimjroni for LAFAYBTTK nntl nil JtilormnllJ places will tabn OARB at A M connocMnR Canomah wlth.u-tinior Dayton, oil Monday, Wodnuidi TIIIIOUUII TICKETS .old nt tlio olHco ul tlio 0 0 H. II Co m UATK8 All Frrlehl by till, lino JolUoroJ to eunilltiioM KllE! rocolmd until C P M. J UlLrJR, ARout For lewis Hiver at Helens and Mon tioello. TIIK BTKAMKH MABIA WILEINS WIL IIUMI llin Aniorlcnn FtLbaUK" Vv'tinrf, lur llui nlioT ilucen, throo tlmos 'l wopk MONDAY, WKDNESDAY.AND FRIDAY, At 7 o'rloek, A 81. Freight to Moiitlrollo, 50 per ton. Apply to tho Captain or oo hoard l nlOtl OREGON CALIFORNIA R. CO DAILY TUilNB WILL UUN DETWEKN PORTLAND AND RO8EBURQ Aa fullowK UUTI AJtUTB 7 45 A M. I Roiobnrg......... 8 00 P.M. Ilotubiirg.......ft 00 A.M. PortUnd........... 6 Freight TrtJiw (with rn dally {flnDiUy oxccjitcd) betwoea PORTLAND AND JUNCTION M foUowi: UATI AOBTVI Portlwd fl 00 A.M. I Jntujtlon.......... fl 00 P.M JunotloQ.......... B 4fi A.M. I P.M Cloaoconoootlooj RTB madn ROSE I) DAG with th IORM oi the Oregon mad CmMbmlm 8Ugo Ooonputj Xj- Tickets (or uln to ftll the nr.Dolpal rtoints in Or cgon. O-UlIoraU ktifd Uie At Oompsoy'i Cor. JT KMil Front at the Portland. Itorage will bo charged on all freight remaining 1 LTohuoao over 24 Jioara. M j. o iiiLDnrrn, ill not bo rocelTixl lor eblnmont after TI1IEL8EN, a en' finpt. E P HOaKRB, Onn'l Prdght PuaoDJcr Agent. .1 I ON TJSIJ OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD W ON AND AfcTKR MONDAY, MAItCH 10 1H7 1, siid until further notice, rmi na foilowa. BOUND SOUTH. Nu 1 T j fi 'Jfl H JT 0 06 I) CO 10 23 10 5T Arrlroll.30 Portlimtl, r Fniiit A O n ...Hunitolt flOOND NOKTH J Arrlvo 110 P M 4Si 3 61 an 230 2 W3 i ao II TUIEL8KN. THE CHICAGO, ROCK ISLA VD AND PACIFIC RAILROAD- Tho Oroat Control Iowa Sho Lino BOOTH, With IU fiaat and West, IB the nrrwizn TUB VU i Dlotmei, Hook Island and Ol TOM ONLY ROUTB OARUTINQ THB THROUGH OVERLAND LETTER MAIL! mnklna oloea Bud romioctiono OD1A.U.A with trn tlio Woat HE CENTRAL ARO UNION PACIFIC fl AND AT CHICAGO With all FAflT EXI'EKflS TRAINB Boat, Noijth A Bonth, KlitRiMitly Fornhhwl BLKKp. NO OAltfi cvor onnU on nay lUlln.uJ nr. now built, wnod, and ruu bj thin Oo bdtwocn Omahn n 31] Oblcngo Through Tlcketa to ill points fruit cnn lio ob tainodftt UIIKQON AOALIFCENIA it R OFFIOK, OTORO And at C P R. R ofllctui Iu Ban FrnricJBco and Batra- iento. Oo Bare Yoar Tlohota Road Tin Hock I land. A. M. a oral PfumcnRor Agoat. Chicago. RIDDLE, Qnn'l Chicago WM 11 BTI3BLE, Panflongor Ai Bun I STAGE LINES. COLUMBIA RIVER SOUND rilB t tin IC COUOAM, Proprl< I KKGULAIl UNF UCND HI (JAM NAVK1AT1ON CO N I' It CI) Iwini Hoimil pi.lntH, lUorln un IH till- ONLY HTAI1K LUF nitllliiK bo 1'UOKT H CO I'm tti Hu. HoJ riu. nm. UNI t .1 EKf, rw I tin I ,inl riiuouoii TIOJCKTS D in tlm In nt (i i ticknt l m tl )ii itt iiln liy j illlTHItQUUI N I' U 11 I'AHHKN imd otlur .'n oflfto, nt UlOdAVH' 8T; l Itiuird tlm H H O..M Hl.min.u  the Indians can bo heard ia tho Jack's oave. Tbo mortara, which hi irlng since daylight, havo bcon orders positloB within 800 yartfa of the caVe ai water of the lako. At about ]2 o'clock, Col. ai oommande elTocted a junction which 01 ofi tho Modoca from tbo water. mont was occaaionaf flring at different parts lof tho lino, and aided not to parti oar men on the India m hold, aa wo might laio manj with1 oat Indian, and if we pould keep them f they would have to leave their poj.tta: could not find them in a giro Onr lofleeo In iho two days fight hav killed and ten wounded. The only wounded IB Lient. Eogaa, Company G, 1 try, flcih 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 eealpB. None of onr killed or wounded hive yet fallen Into the hands- of the eoemy. It la ei ident that if our can hold their poiltlon on the ibore, Mr. Modoo will have to leave or A heavy flro of musketry la DOW goinj OD oiar the Lake shore, tho Indians evidently gluing for water. Eniry one who bat ices our troops In aollon speak of them in highest terms. Mod natdorabla Ijr a part BbD's loft, of ,ro coased I QOIV id near the id Mason', tlroly outa this move- was heard de it' itrong killing an water d iger one, o been icer yet Infin- 0 Is doing 1 between o Indians we have HOD. Wm. JI. Clagett has lotod Spe- cial Council oi Iho Oeneral Governmoot to inve  a lovely pl.oo and is destined to eollpio otorvthiug botwfen Walla and tho R. K. and bronlrol a trodo f no little importance." In Whitman oonnly, W. T thonsan IB of acres of land on Iho Pacing suipo are now lyi ig vacant, whilo perhaps not orjor Dvo hundred claims havo boon located. Tbo face of ibo country reminds the obmrvor of Iho Dairies of tho Western States but is of a moro rolling and undulating nature oovored with a rich iorbago of tho best bunob 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 qua] tor section of land1. Between afty and seventy flvd, thouiand bushols of wheat ed that tbia amjunt will not LnJ than jdpply tho nttlen 1th teed for thia vear, and o strange to rolat. they havo no Curing mill botwoon Snake and (Ipokano rivers. of oountry unlnbabit, 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 RuruTE.-lThe St. Louis says The Indianapofls talks of tho rcoent -ndiana 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 so.sion at Jefferson City aKaiost any similar body that has assembled in this country sinoo tho disoovcrv of America by Christopher Columbus, for sluiiid- ty, for usolossncss. fo, depravity, .nd for qnantUB which convert honest men roau., tonsible men mto proud ion cannot bo wrested from Missouri by nnv of States and as for Indiana, we rafhor umiro tho impudenoe of tho in boat u. o) onr well earned laurels S Kin hair aloiio. LA.TJEEZ- 7 IN THE LAVA BED! Modoos Attempt to Break the Cordon! TIIJBV A HE IHSl'tnL-SJiOl iTHE BATTLE SCENE! l YnrKA, April Coltollo, a special con- rlor, nrrkod at having' left headquarters at tbc lava bed B with tho news of yogtorduy's wo'cli. liotb tbo Juiinint lengthy extras Last evening tho Modocs bad a big Ore in tholr ,mp, and Maj, Thomas dropped a ghcll directly tq It, provoking a frantio and a sud- den extinguishing of tba firo. Another shell was dropped in tbo asme locality, fallowed by yells of pain and dismay. Tbo Modqcs then appeared CHALLENGED THE ROLDlEIlS TO COUK OUT AND FIOItT. Another sbell waB tbo angwer, and tbey ware dnron baok. At 4 A. M., aflor another fight, tbe Modocs gave np their attempt to braak through. tbo linos aod retired, it was thongbt, to tbeir lair, shattering shots only being fired at men who at- tempted to advance upon. them. At 9 Col. Green's command mpvej forward from, the' position gained on Thursday, and eoon occupied thoridgonoit to Jack's camp. Cul. Mason then moved bis right forward as rapidiy'as possible to form ajuction with Qreon'g left, thus cirttiirg tbo Modoas off from the lake, and from their only spurce of tvater supply. Tbig junction wen ef- fected abajjt noon. The Journal extra says: At 2 P. M., tho inortarg wero throwing shells in excellent range. Col. Greco fell baok behind a lodge awaiting tbe Modoci, should tlio shells drivo tbem ont. After spmo firing, a solitary Indian replied, though yells were frequent. On Iho fifth (hell thero came a raulog fire and i ,Faou rnc SBCBT or PLAUB a small party of men sprang ont of a chasm and came into Ihe lines amid a shower of tullots. The falling back was caused by tho ..Modoos flanking and opening cross fire. Col. Miller, in attempt- ing to form o junction with the Warm In- dians, missed them, and a; ho swung down into a groat ohastnj I THC KOIWC8 UP ASD CUT rtm OFF wiljh thirteen men. Mlllor fortified himself. They fought for1 tboir lives until tho mortars opened. Tbty withstood Qro until 4 P. M whon tho shells began falling In their midst and they broke cover, dadbmg across tbo lodge aid losing two men and ono wonndod. The line was ro formed and hold I round the Modocs. Maeon Blgnalled Hodoos o4 biB rear and Uank, trying to get out. At 7.46 Mason's men wero advancing toward In- di.ns scon on tho bluff. Heavy flring at 6 on Col. Grcolio's right. At 9 Oreene's whole lino was moving. Mason at signalled Modoog I LE4.TIMO THE LAVA BED, and the Cavalry aro ordered to pursue. At U all quiet, and half an hour later, heavy firlnt in tbe Modoo stronghold. At tbe Warm Spring Indians report tanemore "good making four to-day so far. t F. terrible nre has juit ceaied 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 tbeir works are carried. MoManusjbai been recovered, and K not injured, he having hid In the rocks whon bis mulo was Bhqt. T Caslello says the blaze of musketry firing along thq lake shore about the lime of his departure lisf night wai TERRIFICALLr URAUD TO LOOK AT, remlndinsj him of prairie fires of early Western times. He believes tho Modoos made a strong ef- fort lo esckpo by the lake, or lo get water, and were completely Mpnlsed, from tbe appearance of the firing and the length of its continuance. The Indiana are certainly disheartened. llo watched them with a glass at lojg range at different times during the day s fifth and thev were rannlntp from OATKB aPOAPltn, IT. WVOMIBJO. April passenger trains arrived i Nnrlli l-latto Ihls ovcolug, which bare been snowed 4 in ir Kearney stallon slnco Monday nliclit. Tlioy brlS no Infyrniatlon In regard to tlio condition of the ot tliat point, as n'o trains overtook Ibem dorinc ttt blockaded. Pritalo recrfvi rom Omaua way of tho Kansas Pacific Railroad .Und-.im, and nothing can bo learned'olth. them in vorj bad condition for nsvlromtandrlo! mllos. Thoro Is a l.i Bc (oree of repair moo out cut I C oronno, aod tiopo to liaro Hoos Id irorVrZ a Tho Wcctern Union expect to bi W-olghlbywi UTAH. If root BaUt Lake City. April 17 Paclfla Kallroad blockjil badly east Of tbo North Pl.tle.Au eni, meWiMj sent East from Nortb Platte tbls aftornoon. .nd procee od as far a, .ben Hwa, fouVd tb. eonld Dot bo pasted. Ihe engine returned. Enow a sleet .ro ieportod ton feetdorn on trxjkln nlacesa Jroain. We are gelling op the telegmpb lljf.. Notn linvos Ogdon east to.morrow In consejnencjof a lack airs. TboOtBtralPacincSallioadlsall right. ABOI and they wore running from one pon another bank end fortb, with no appa- egio motive, seemingly bewildered by ;e of our foroos. Ho learned of 24 cm- lay's figh of rocks tc rent strai thoadvan _. _...... ____ killed and 10 wounded, umy .iigni- Wm. Smith, bugler, Battery M, 4th Artillery, was killed. Private Harmon, Battery E, waa Eoveroly wounded. Tho Warm Spring Indians fought (ike heroes, skqlking upon tbe foo, ever ready to take and holi any advantago. They lost, one, killtjd. Safety of Eallroad Crossings. Tbo S. F. SuMin Bays: Tbo Pennsylvania Eirflroiul company has mode urraDgomonts witb tbo city of Pittsbftrgb, by which thoratl- '-oclj is'to be carried tmdor all tbo streets n-_ it is desirable to cross, or over thorn at suob. a hbighth as to bo ont of tho way of toatas 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 targoly compensated not only by tho addi- BaI6'y Beared, btit by tho inoroosed facilities fat doing busineea. Thero will bi noJnndninoo; trams will cross fjom ono sidi of Ttho oify to tho other quickly, booanse th t isn't mvsalf that wonld bo afther giving tho scum t< lut ofi and garo it to the cats." j NO Bj Overland Telegraph. V'Horeu OtTi. ApHI A. old.i ftell-knoirn atock died Terr iftddenlr I morning. Us complained rtf feeling unwell reeterd and 1 retired 0 and 10 o'clock" Shortly lie taken with serere cramps. At his reoitett. 1 him morphine to quiet 111. pain Some U' af_terward hi. wife nollclni! tnat b.e Ijroathaa t_ tompled to awake him and loot for a doctor. All elor to MnK him to prornl nntucceurnl. blame Is attached to his wife. about noon to-day, a Herman named Henrr Lie aiLlwurf. April John Indwte alias Dutch shot Instutlv killed by K. V. Neodham U evening. Dntohy had been drinking and nail4ln.nlt and abused lororat citizens of the t.wn, threalenlai kill some parties. He was voty abnelve In bis lanima 
                            

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