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S ophqmobical T\V.VDDLE.-Tbe gen
Nì: a ADVElr^SFMENTS.
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a nomiucal /'ABSERVB tliiH Nonce. I Uiw bj^n — ,lcr—■ ■ —
i»a ««nmt m>i faún g uiy fricnfla
bol míos or tne^ #Btj £'nstutuers with gouds, andetpect
Apportionment of Delegate» to th« control of the editorial Colutiiris
Oregonian, comes at us again i in his issue theid twrvmvmber tue when I must .
The apportionment "under thé rul< ■if rid^. 16th. Go in friend Scott, we hi - have money. My debts must be paid—
adopted by the cbmttnttee will be u> . tend to continue to rnalfeSt lively for you.*1 promptly L.want money to buy more
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Wejgrant small fry the piiviligc ofmisrep; goods and must hav« it—-caunoj keep
resenting '«nd evtfn blackguarding •ua^ up- a good stuck of good^withotlt it.
Chckamas i .6
. Clatsop «4
Will those interested resptmd ? 7?
j meet an opponct with, when they are uns
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able to make a semblance of a show to-
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, Selling Off to Cloao Bunin« as.
13 toward refuting 11 charge or answerlng^an
Multnomah 11 'argument.
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'6 whyre did you become co learned ? Wc
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Umatilla \ 7
rdiait that you are th« “ most completesl'
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master ofaubjecta and problems iiiscience
flh ■ —g
Wasco and Grant, joint
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SADDLBS A HARNERSS.
and literature, of tlmjnpst. a^itruce char*
L avayette L ane , Secretary.
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■¡©ter-vou are dftp. During Xbur editorial
MteL X)f Mr. Dual* ii) Dayton, Oregon, wheria.
Hrei-Vymi havo betrayed many evidences
4 '». Ji*« • may ba found at all lime» a complétés lock ’ •* ’ ¡
The Democracy of the vifrioun Pre of nprulundily ol re^arq.i quite in »dvaiice
of your “cars.”
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cincte of YamfiilfUountyure requested
tenlion of those who patronize such
ined to close out his antirt stock «b-*--;- J .... CONCOM^ fiTAGt and TEAM
W hy iclTf—The Albany Juuroal
Saturday, March 17th, to hold Precinct
places, tu his
meetings for the purpose of appointing is published on Fridudays, and the
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DKY QOUDS, CLOTULNG, BOOTS AND
ÌSFÀ, ~ ~"g~i
delegate» to Attend a County Conven lkmucral on Saturdays, at Albany,
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QLTCEXSWAM» Oí «M» W#O» J
tion to be held at Lafayette, on Thurs
iiqi there is a daily line of couches
day, March 22, at which Convention,
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delegates will be appointed to attend
Ulri-4 Ik-W w
He would call special
“’|b • variety.
- the Democratic State Convention at mails from there~to this point, arriv Where may be found Cigars, Oysters ” in v ' larg
Singt« and Dbuble,
Portland, ApriJ ¿th, 1866.
ing ou Tuesdays, yet the above named
#«• » FM»cy apd »Plain.
The various preéincts will be enti
Besides he cun furnish a
papers only reach, here semi-occasion-
tied to delegates as follows :.
illy. The last mail brought us three
num held oil he Democrat, while there
Standard and Miscellaneous Books
Willamette, - t ScnntrFqrk, Y
of all description.
6 - North Fork, fi t> «beat aj.kenutuberuf Juuuiais due.
at all hours. Give him a call and be
East Chehalem, 2
•The Corvallis Gazette conics regu- aatisfi* d-
Dayton, January 2f>th, 1866.
The preoinçt delegates will also be faflj (?) '
Lomprising an assortment of Bible«, Tes
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expected to act as delegates to a County
taments, and sacred IJymn Books j The
. R eopened .—The Lafayette Hotel,
Convention to bo held on Saturday.
Bible Reason Whyf Work» of Josephus;
April 14th, 1S66, for the nomination ,which haa for some weeks been-closed,
with or withotrt Hoop». <
of candidate» for the. various count) is again opetufor the «ccoiwnjodation of J. T. HEMBREE, :
: PRO. Sabbath-day Religious Tales ; Life of Whips,
Spurs, Sincucs, Leggings, Ac. •
offieee to be filled at the général el^c* jues«^ boarders and the traveling pub- .
Christ and Apostles; Christian Legacy ; A_ Me »hm, keep» on uaud u cúmplela ;
tion the coming June.
tiw» vi Mi Ucucnpliou yi
I?" EEPS. A GOOP HOUSE IN LA Taylor's PicioriaL History of the United
JOHN G. BAKER,
C losed A gain .—The Columbia kV fayette. Callon him andrer.
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States Seven Hundred Engraving».
is again closed by ice »o as to cut -------- y~~-
Democratic' County Ceptrai Com
-j-Colbett's ,Advice to ' Yofing Men;”Dr.
if all communication - with Vancuu-
tn it tee.
T. HEMBREE. Denier m Dry Goods Dood's Female Biography; ; Henrietta
ver or the Dalles.
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Grocvt b-s Il.irtl« :>fe, » &C. .SoUtli I' >Xl > I ■ . .. Z«
Wbiob he trill disposo of to the
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M ails by S tea mjck — Petitions are
Robinson. I Legerdemain,
tide Main Strvet.
The’folluwing items of interest we ___
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in circulation for a tri-.weckly mail eer
own CuUle Doctor ; Every Man hi» own ’ ... - r trad« at bargaiha.
\ limited A mount of wood
vice bfetwien Oregf® (5ity »nd Lal-ay
will be taken on JjuWripHot* at «Farmer <ie. Works on the structure and
The schooner Ann Elizi arrived ut
ette. It is to be hoped the project will
SADDLERY FURBISHING GOODS, 1.
1 aquma Bay
oay on the
was . this Office if ^roiight soon.
licenses«! Horses. Downing’s American
meet with favor at Washington.. Judge 'txteen day s off the bar inu very severe ! —
__ a favorable
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’ ... DIXON Ims a Grin rnl i.vsm-Hnrnt «f Fruit Book ; Fred. DongW Work. Young
opportuni «1 r
Steward informs us that 'Mr. Brooks, •torm,
. N...Is, Butts, Sc. vws, Door .Locks, klan«K Book ,lf R^-iedge, Photograph» sud :h as Stirrups, Buckles and Rings, which V
our^lail Afietit. wiU interest hitnsell ty to croi» the bar. having a bout stove Padlock s &e.
lie is auie
’w aeii at tower
lower figures fnan
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in our behalf, und that (’apt Miller wil> and sustaining other .slight daunige.
The seheot.er Ann Eliza, which re DO YOU WANT I). Y GOODfr OF nta on both sides, Conversation Garda, 1 ln
perform the required service at Very
Valleys ■ i a- •
arris cd at Y-iquina Bay Tr«>ni
any HmU remarkably ch.-*p ? . _ If I
reasonable rates. There is no valid
Tan jfrancit’cn, brought a part of‘a- ear- [ ..Yd... c.w *ml exanm^mx^»'k
F-rtune Telling Cards, etc., etc.
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- reason why we should not have U.—;— -
¿o of lumber for building pUqmses — i-bywlii-rp, J. DIX-ON.i
B^uThe highest Market prie« paid for
nrishilhlv rrixiiltf* in (Ym-
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• Nrtv p,n..y.^.-Be last mail vr J Ph he
made11. Ore ;
11 idea «udpruaucel |
N1W B rewery .—Califvrinu, and then (
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received a ktier from a gentleman in resijip|>ed to Yaquina. Better to make 12/ Pliysictatis and fingeviw . Uffivc tn
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in business flutye to
PurtlaTTd, deslreing inforomtiou as to it at Yuqdioa in the first place.
trade irF my line.
Di 114 Store.
'—. whether or uot aLrewery could probe
In endless vari/ty, together with an in*
Rev. Mr. Monteith, a very aWe^
- D.IXJDN, Dealer in,Dry Goods, Gi—
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bly be madc-ta-jmy -at-Lafayette. We minister of the yld School Presbyte
% tenes, <kc., &c. North side Main
jfiF-Customers from the oppot-ite
are of opirion that capital and labor rian Churchy and who has preached | S+reel.
pyCnne along—now in the time side of the 'river, who purchase the
««veral sermons at the Congregational
I am gou.g ' to cl< 8e out, and no humbug amount of five doHars. will be entitled
could bo profitably employed in an en?
Church dhrifi_’ the past week, speaks
it. I will also close out my .enure tu foerag« at my expanse.
AGEN i s LOR TI1JS PAPER.
terprtse of the TiucT Up?3UIh^dify ol ~ticinintgujgty of thd'Tpn’T»**-
- suækolNuD*. Candi'* and Confectiomwy . d».- . ....
8. C. SHLES
..... — those supposed to be jiostod in such i-aidy organization of a Presbyterian •CHARLEY CDÔPER ’
I Lefayetic ol
kinds-; spices, Pepper, Nutmegs efc'7
Dayton, February. 6th, 186(J.;
C'huch in.S^li m. •
matters, wc are assured that them are
Coal has been discovered’on the Ne
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many hundreds of dollars contributed halem nvel“, a sifiall stream putting in
each year from this place, to Portland to the ocean a short d s auce north of W.T. NEWRY _ -— 4 MeMinville.
A fine assortment of
and Oregon City breweries.
Tillamook, of good quality. The vein J. CAUSE
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is about three feet in thickness but Io J
Till B all at D ayton on the 14 th cated so far from any port as to be val
. E. Chehalcm Drugs. Medicines, Linfrncnts nf all kinds.
Pain Killer, Eve Water. Gough Drnp^
The Ball given by . l?r. J Dodson at ueless at present.
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Patient Medicines ot all kinds; Hoetet- c
Dayton on the 14th. inst.,Fia, with
Capital Lodge has called a State Con
tt-rs Bitters. Plantation Bitters, rte. ’A
one universal accord, pronouned. the vention of the Good Templars of Ore i A. SHUCK,
- fcjrThe very bast quality of“®«
gayest one of the season. 4\ e only gon, to meet at Sab’m on the "20th of
regret that it was out of opr.power^o bi Febiuary, to continue to the 22d. .
WINES & BRAKDIeS
present. - However,"we had •urfroxy-
‘ A. 0. P.. Nicholson, the former Sena
(printers, devils and sich lika) who Wt- tor fmm Tennessee, having made ap 4ica CHAS. BIRCH,
hope did ful( justice to the occasion.
tion for his ¿¡oyApvnsntinn between the j ' F '
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rpUE UNDERSIGNED IT
time he lefFtbe S. nate in 61 to the period
lished himself in Dayton, where he
A djourned S ale .—n. W. Allen, of his expulsion, his petition has peen re« ! CHAS. FENDA
i« prepared to do :dl kinds of cork on
(lurdian of the heirs of tho Perkius es fused by the Secretan’ of the Senate.
WATCHES, CLOCKS amt, JEWELRY
A general assortment of Jewe’ry constant
tate, will, on the Gth of March next,
>»«1 I also have» well selected Mock ly on hand. Give him a call. All work
again offer to the highest bidder, foi
J r . PRAG & CO.,
J N. Yamhill
At the residence of the bride’s lath, r
int< anAoHs, Window "dass, Putty, warranted to gite satisfy tion.
I J. M. FRYER,
cash, some'yaluable property in and
X p JON ER.
>n Yamhill ooiint’r. on the 18th inst., bvS i
islies, etc.,<elc. etc., e|c., etc., etc.,
Dayton, February Gth, ISC'S
•bout Lafayette. A rare chance for C. Adam«, Mr. W. B. Walker of Washing«
bargains will be had. The prnpoity tm. tóunty atid Miss Mary A. Hau, of PETER LEONARD. ... ‘Moore’s Valley Physician*» Prescription r 0«ififtly « LMBkHk -iii: ■
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known as the old “ Lafayette House
N. YamlJ I.
By Jas. TI Únnnt, J. P , near Moor’s (Address)
will be all» offered.
wake yqur cnoA<E I
Valley on the 18th inst., Mr. William Gil*
and properly compounded.
hm and Miss Martha A. Oox, all óf Yam« BENJ. F. HAYDEN, DufUs. Polk County.
M. R. CAÇY.
S pring L ike —During the nice
Bwill send by Express,
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bill County, Oregon.
wise as ordernd, securely jiacked, *
days of last week we noticed » num
IhUijIlaH, Feb. 8th. 186T», by Chirle» E.
rf C fL-Arn A’ v - ä -*/'
James W. Lewis
\ND ^SHO. SliUP
ber of ploughmen engaged on th« high .. Moor
A I I a \ C Ik*. 11 as so •
$5fi Sewing Machine,
and Sarah A. R’gtta. all W DHWa«.
land» east of town turning bp, nsothei
M. R. CARY
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a ., m
. F. P. JON ES
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earth, and was
that the farmer’s busy time was fast
“’U nion 7, 8 tate
C onvention .—
We are informed that the black repub
liaMof &i,».8tatt mcetfln
tion»tdorv«ffia«hlthe #7th' Af of
tion at Corvann
____ T mprqvkmemts —Wo notice fefc«'
buildings already in prooew of erection
in town, and «re told that several other
will go up early in the season. * 1
¿ heap FArt¿-Al»a«ert¿é«
«arded from Portland to Sa
opposition line for 50 cent»
AvRuaeburg, Msrv A. wifa of L’olom-I
rimmis J. Beal«, on the 28th ol January :
ag»-d 80 ypars.
This wita one of the "¡boat estimable la »,
-lies In Oregon, and her early Herein«« i«
universally lamented by those who knew
At his residence in Spring Viflfev, ro’k
nf tian.. Barthr»«
t years jud two mo.
S. C. Amuu conducta religions servier«
at tho Church In Lafayette, on the first
«ab ba th ofeaekmanth. at 11 o’clock *71:
WAV. Wi*A. S tark , preachia»I M- Minn
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GROVER & BAKER»
»».’**• 2 U • $
To any person sending us the names of
egs leave to announce
that Vis estnblishHl fn1»yt.m. wiUl
ample (hei'itiea for the Manufacture »'
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RtwVia New Bubseriben
?^NBW YORK OBSERVER,
wHb th« money for one year In stNnnc^
of the services
Subscribe soon, as al! qew subscribers
nnv be fownd at the Drug 8twv of Dta- paying f* 1866 receive the paper grttrn
W iole k XX vstarlirld where he is pn pnrfd üiUsnuary
OF ALL CLASSÉS AND STYLÉS.
to do all manner of TAILORING, such os
-HU work is warranted tn jrive satisfaction. to do all manner of TAILORING, such as
toy addr«sa tree.
Cutting, Fitting; Making, Mending and
Term» $3 50 a yo«f in s4w»n<«
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siMirrs.MomfcTr a c«,
Give me n e»ll. I guarantee ntiafaAue
is saved >»v. wearing Custom M i<lv work.
Trv it and b« convinced.
40 PER CENT.,
OULD SA Y TO THOSE INMAN’!