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to whom it waa made, that excito the
moat painful apprehensions.
Y VIRTUE 0| AN ORDER AND
The partnership heretofore existing’
The St. LouisJDcmocrat says; Mis
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licenso of ssW madtf to u« in the
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eouri has taken position through the
Legislature, resolutely to stand by
J. T. HEMBREE, s : : PRO.
term 1866, we shall proceed to sell at pub
«Congress. Every concession made to ette C ourier , ifr tosday dissolved by lic
¡HOTEL is still kopt Wt. the ac
auction, tho undivided thred-fourths-of
the reactionary pqrty at this time, is mutual consent. The publication of th'c ten and one-half ac^es of land, situated in
commodation oL boarders and the
conciliatory., to the dements to paper will be continued by J. IJ, U p the North West- comer of ths South half travelling public.
of destraction. Congress and the
of the donation lanl
lanf claim of John B. Bor- Good < --------——------- —«—-
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country may be Bure Hi at -the radicals i fice will be paid, and with whom all in- land, in Section l fflT.
he latb signs of volcanic
YamhiH county, Oregon, the property of
of Missouri .will maintain the stand I debtness to the same will be settled.
the heirs of said lowland. Sale to taku^
action amounted simply to a rum to
they have taken in this crises, instead
place at the Court t House door in Lafay-r arid attentive KostTers.
to teach mankind that sb* was th ar* R.
of beiDg'weakened and detejed by the
ette, on Wednesday, the 25th day of April,
B. O. BRADSHAW,
Lafayette, March 5th, 18GG.
blow which they, in common with the
1860, between the sears of 0 o’clock a . al
H arris is also there with the best stock of
radicahg-Unionists of the country have
and 4 o’clock p. m ., of said dXy. Terms
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Oyster*, Sardine*,
D ecidedly C ool .—The Chicago of sale, cash in hand, as per order of
received from a hand they trusted.—
Crackers, -Nut*, Candies, &o., Lc., ever
They MU’to-day both numerously .and Tribune advises all Federal office-hold- Court.
morally, stronger than c V cf . before— ers from Cabinet minister down to
offered in this Market. He also has the
This proposition they will make good country postmaster to studiously refrain
COUNCELOR AT LAW,
choiscst quality of Chewlngand Smoking
I.afayctto, Feb. 26, 1866.
' at the polls.
Tobacco; Caodlss, Ac. He is also pro
Tho-Richmond Whig says tl'ba un
OLICITOR IN CHANCERY. WILL
deserved candor atid courageous d:3po- of tlic administration, that would afford
Practico in the District and Supreme vided with tables and Cards, where thoeo
E i . dér S. C. Anj^is conducts religious
siton displayed by the President, pro a pretext for their removal from “com-
Courts of Oregon. *•
in quest of fun may amuse themselves at
services at the Church in Lafayette, on
claim ’him of the Andrew Jackson fortable,places to be ’filled by hungry tho first Sabbath of each month, at 11
¡Q^"Taxes Paid, Collections Made, and
tbeir leisure. , He will be happy to wait
stamp and will attract to him the con copperheads.” Could there ,bo any o’clock a . m .
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
fidence and support of the mass of.Jho cvrtWneo more conclusive adduced to -Rev. N. A. S tark , preaches at McMinn
on Lis old Customers and as many pew
C- U. CURL
people. WhatviiJI^c its effect4tpoa
? ville at 11 o’clock A. H., and in Lafayette N. T. CATON,
ones as choose to favor him with a call.
the parties arid party actions in Gsw-
9 o’eloote-W. M., on ths fuurll| Sabbath oT
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gress will presently be sb<‘'vn. Spec so on, are governed by no other than eachmonth.
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ulations on thia, subject arc needless motives of plunder, theft and treachery? —...■-’L .. ■
AHORNEIS ANO COUNCELLORS AT LAW
and unstable, and. the fact itself, will Wc wonder at a leading journal like
the Tribuno publishing the disgrace
■,«oon be developed.
< Will practice in the Suprome and Dis-,
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..Rcgistcr ^saj-s: Ono of its party to the w.orld in such uurnis*
trict Courts of Oregon.
conclusion is ïrievïtaliïto Trouble lies-UaTablc terme, fhatiic on such a par-’
ahead of Mr. Jobnsonr'and he has not. ’ ty. It is fit only to ’ be ’.scoffed and
many steps to.take ‘ before descending scorned by all decent people. —. -
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to introduce Southern members to Con-
A G ood M ove .—W c learn froth
’ gress by military power, and we Trnbw
that he is urged to this I course by Mr. W. T. Newby that the Democrats
many of hiß bßst and intimato associa- I of JlllUlUUYlHU
arc making prepara-
. thn0 0Q nexfc gatur.
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Selling- Off to Close Basine m .
laabjM 4*»z-k LJ*«ÄC- i MAA» 4 r »
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.... day. Everybody, irrespective
should be prepared.
Chicago, Feb. 27 —A mass meeting politic^ predictions, who is favorable
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING-ES-
was held here lajst evening ami speeches to the policy forshadowed by President
tablished himself permanently in
made by Lieutenant,. G oven or Dross, j0]ln30n ¡o his late action with regard
Lafayette, begs leave to say to the public,
that be is prepared to do every kind and
J5x-Govcnor Hoffman, E. C. Larned
to reconstra-oiieu, is invited to' bp on
and other distinguished citizens.. It
was the most intense, enthusiastic and
oULD say to his friends and the
OULD ANNOUNCE THAT IIE
determine! expression of public opin the dCcassion au interesting one.
public at large, that he has determ
has purchased the entire stook - of
ined to close out his entire stock of
ion ever manifested ip Chicagoi The
C lubs ! C lubs !—It is high time
following resolutions were Adopted :
SADDLES &.HAR NEUSS
Resolved, We warn the President Democrats throughout the county were DRY GOODS, CLOTOING, DOOTS AXD SHOES
QVEENSWARE t>P ALL KINDS ;
that while Executive usurpations and forming themselves into clubs and oth
of Mr. Deal, in Dayton, Pçjgon, where
coups d’etats have often successfully,
may be found at all times a complete stock MANSHIP that #ill insure satisfaction
erwise movcing in the business of
among people of the Latin race, they
He is prepared to IRON WAGONS
have aiwayss.epdcd ip disgraceful dis-~ thoroughly canvassing each voting in largo variety. He would call special
BUGGIES, Ac., Ac.
CONCORD,.STAGE and TEAM .
comfiture and SOtooCTmöft decapitation precinct. Much may be effected in attention to his large stock of-----
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promptly. I respectfully solicit a share
among tho Aniglp-Saxons.
th.is way, toward ^insuring
of the patronage of the public.
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Resolved, the reconstruction “cTthC I Al
victory to the party at the eoqjingclec
Rebel Stat&sjun never be accomplish
“ i©*Takembnce tltIt my terffis are
Standard and Miscellaneo ns Book*
ed by Prosidcirtidh.ullving of the liW tian. No time should be lost.
CASH, but customers of approved
making departmeiitöf the Government ■ Ci.E.nr as M ud .—We clip tho4ollowing
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— JiWt Con«/res^
its whole uluty &ar-
very lucid paragraph from t|jc kader in ■ i- -. •
~ l OsPly, couA'ibiitirittsTy
sixty days, -pnly. This system I am
Uomprisihg afrassortment of Bibles, Tea
Iy, and tbo Joyal masses \yhp hav&- sa Satnrday’s-Oregonian:
compelled to adopt; as my stock costs
“ It is impossible to coqccivc a mcas- tamentg, and safoed Hymn Books; The
ved the Uniou.will abunilantiy Ysbetain
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high and MUST-BE PAID For.
Bible Reason Why; YYoxks of Josephus ;
Z Fancy and Plain,
A grand indignation meeting was this.” ■« '
‘ FrEPHEN BEAN.
bcld tho same evening» whicb. iWjlv^’d ■ Now would not the simple insertion of -Sabbath-day Religious Talcs; Life of
that the iI^ifie.nfRopresenlativc^J^k.Ci ,-ji prefipsition and in adjective work a per Christ and Apostles; Christian 'Legacy ;
ceptible improvement oh the reading of the
* rnea*n»res nb-0»ee-4o-»aut>»4Lo riiipcach- abovirsenterice
-rire-DHtod- oC all description.
? Siich literaTure riiay "Ke* Taj’TSrmeWrisl
raent ot tho-'Presid#nE They ajso re- Hrft well enough, though we fatl-to »eo it.
States Sc.vicih Hundred Engravings.
solved tb^Uc^^sT^oTntinitrjTricss-' ’’ ‘ We are not a " gftolewalt,“-however.
sion until-March, 1SG7, in order1 that
Colbctt’s Advice to Young Men7?DE
C ould not C ome .—In consequence of
-If-awy-^oup- dtefittaJut dßLated and to
D/iod’s. Female Biography’; Henrietta
with or without Hoops.
prevent the abuse oftbQ immense pat^ having to attend The U. ^-Gourt-at Port«»
¡‘land, Mr. Gaston the Engineer employed to Robinson. Legerdemain, Etery Man his WhipsM Spurs, Sincbes, Leggings, 4«.
ronagc in behalf of the new confederate locate the Lafayette Water. Ditch, could
lie also, keeps on baud o complete
not come last week as be had intended to wn Cattle Doctor ; Every Man his own
Stock of all description ot
M. R. GARY
NEW SADDLE ^>AND
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have done. He sends word that bt; will
be oh .hsnd now as soon as the weather is
sufficiently settled td permit the work to
Apportionment of Debates to the
R ather U nfair .—The Democratic Re
view substantially «probates the Presis
The apportionment under the rule dents reconstruction policy, while it as
dopte d by the committee will be as cribes to Senator Nesmith motives in the
premises not warranted by correct reason
THE COUR IER
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L afayette L ane , Secretary.
« PRBOINCT MEETING*.
The Democracy of the various Pre
cincts of Yamhill County arc requested,
Saturday, March 17th, to hold Precinct
meetings for the purposo of appointing
delegates to attend a County Conven
tion to be held at "Lafayette, on Thurs
day, March 22, at which Convention,
delegates will bo appointed to attend
the—Democratic State Convention at
Portland, April 5th, 18GG.
The various precincts will be enti
tled To delegates as follows
South Fork, 4
North Fdrkj 5
East Chchalcm, 2
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Amity, 2. ' ... t
The precinct dckgStes wm nh*n +e
to act a as delegates
to a County
Convention to ho hold on Saturday,
April 14th, 186G, for the nomination
of candidates for the various county
offices to bo fiHc3~nt^he general clec-
) ..' tion the conftrig Juno. ‘
JOHN G. BAKER,
Democratic 4 ’County
Works on the structure and
SU MOZON S.
Fruit Book; Fred. Douglas’ Work. Young
Man’s Book of Knowledge, Photographs
Which be will dispose of to the
of the Presidents, and-<jnany of the Goner*
trade at .bargains.
als orr both sides, Conversation Cards
SADDLERY fURNISHJNG GOODS,
OF All CLASSE8 AND STYLES.
His work‘is warranted to give satisfaction.
=40 PER CENT.,
leave to announce
that ho is established in Dayton, with
ample facilities for the Manufacture *i
diseases of Horses. Downing’s American
Fortuno Telling Cards, etc., etc. •
Tho Lafayette Lyceunf is attracting coax
siderable attention just now in our burg-
la one of the feature« of the place.
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13 ing; Resolved: That pride and ambi
II tion h&vc wrought more evil than ig
: 1 norance and superstition.
Mr. Kenworthy bias arrived at our
place and is making active preparations
Wasco and Grant, joint - , 18
to start his Brewery. Success to the;
uch as Stirrups, Buck les and Rings, which
ho is able to sell at [lower figures ¡than is saved by wearing Custom Made work.
Try it and be convinced.
such goods can be purchased elsewhere
In endless variety,-together with an in- in this Valley.
numerable assortment ofuseful, instructive
and amusing works not mentioned here.
tgk-The highest Market price paid for
' |4^°Come al#ng—now is the time
I am going to close eut, and no .humbug Hides and produco.
about it I will.also close out my entire
stoik of Nuts, Candies and Confectionery
By promptitude in business I hope to
of all kinds; spices, Pepper, Nutmegs etc., merit a lair share of the trade in toy line. DR S. WHITE & WESTERFIELD,
Repairing done on short notice.
In the Circuit Court of the State of O^cx
gon, in and for Yambill qounty, April
IgyCustomcrs from the opposite
SamucFTurner, plff, agkinst-John White-
•A fine assortment of
of the river,, who purchase the DRUGS, CHEMICAPAINTS, Ls,
l»y, Loen is Dodson and Joseph Mark de
amount of fivo dollars, will be entitled
To Joseph Mark one,of the above defen t Drugs. Medicines, Liniments of all kinds. to feriago at my expense.
Pain” Killer, Eye Water, Cough Drops,
OILS, DYSTUFFS, Ac.
8. 0. STILES.
Medicines of all kinds; Hostet
N ib* name of the State of Oregon, you
».j I Dayton, February 6th, TQfld.
aro hereby required to appear in tho lers Bitters. Plantation Bitters, etc.
above entitled Court and answer the com fey-Thc very best quality
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plaint ofplaintiff npw oh file praying a
Practitioner’s of Medicine, Sargery and
partition of tho following described land :
WINES & BRANDIcS
Tho West half of Eliiah Dodson amd Elizas
both Dodson’s donation claim land, situáis
cd in sections No. 14, and 23, in T. 2, S.
and Ik 5, W., in th^Willametto maredian
Yamhill county Oregon, within ten days
from tho «crvico o f this noth» upon you if
AVE established themselves perma
nently in Lafayette, and invite tho
¡f scared tn nny other eeunly ixulhc-SUtc.
attention of the trado to their stock.
unless you appear and thnt
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complaint within said time, that plaintiff
HE UNDERSIGNED HA^ESTAB-
will apply to tho Court for the relief thcres purposes. I. also have a well selected stock
lished himself in Dayton, where ho
of Paints and oils, Window Giass, Putty,
prepared to do all kinds of work on Physician’« Prescriptions put up at
By order of
R. r. BOISE, Judge.
Varnishes, cfc., etc. etc., ctt., etc., etc^
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY.
iSJri E.C. BRADSHAW, Att’y
A general assortment of Jewelry constant
Physician’ll Prescription« promptly ly on hand. Givs him a call. All work
1 50cts. (
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all hour*, and on short notico.
warranted to give satisfaction.
and properly compounded.
F. P. JONES.
, ,.M. R. CARY.
Dayton, February 6th,
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