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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (June 19, 1866)
LAFAYETTE, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1866
A Public Debt A Public Blcuing.
he awoke to consciousness he found
As II e E xpected .—At a .recant John
himself in a small boat being rowed
Jay Cooke’s motto had a beautiful son ratification meeting In Nashville
away from the city, which he could see illustration the other day. It is thus Tenn, says an exchange, while 'Judge
ISSVKD EVEKY TtESDAV,
Swayne was reading Waabingtoo's Fare-
in the distance.
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The boat stopped beside a large ship,
From an Eastern exchange we copy
the gallery of the
n A deed of trust
was recorded at
and he was rapidly hoisted up its side,
House of Represntatives (io which tbo
. YAMlllLL^COUNTY, OREGON
and in an hour afterWards she put to Fort Wayne, li nd., on Saturday last, convention sat) After listening a while
which required I 110,000 worth of
sea. Remonstrance was wholly use
to the sublime paaaageain that icsasortal
Many of uur readers^will rccollec less, and he found himself enrolled as stamps. It was a mortgage from the document, he exchimed : “ A d—d rebel
J. fl. I PTOX
that some six years ago this commnqi* a common seaman on board a vessel Indiana Southern Railway, to Wm. II document Just as I expected tN
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR.’
ty was startled to learn that a younig bound on «.whaling voyage to the Pa Swift and Samue d J. Tipen, for the
T he L argest M an in thx W orld .
man, well known in our, best social cir- cific. There were two others on the sum of 810,000,000. This road is to
It appears that Tennessc can boast
who, like himself, were victims
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5O. cles, the son of aprdminebt citisen, i vessel, wno,
OueX’opy One Year,
having produced the largest maxia
One Copy S[x Mopths,
R 1 50. , had
----- . suddenly and
----- mysteriously disap- of a press gang, and were both ooun-
the world. The Jackson JUAiy of the
T E R M S O F A D V E R T I SING P<mred1, The papers for a short time trymen from the interior of the State
filled <iih accounts of this stranje
strange of'New York, one of them, named and dollars added to the cost of ma Sth says:
One Square, 12 T.ihes or less, one In- were fi,,ed
Miles Darden was, beyond all ques
and enormous rewards William Allison, died four years ago, king a single deed is something! It
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pays does, it not, to disregard the con tion. the largest man in the world, at
For eadv«ulmqtient insertion, $1,60.
were offered by his bereaved and ago- and was buried at sea.
A liberal deiluction will be made on oReJ family.
It would be impossible to give the stitution, ptovoke civil war, so as to least since the days when there were
Quarterly, Yearly and half Yearly Advcr- j
Detectives were sent to every town details of his adventures in our limited make the Union worth a rush, and giants in the land. His bight was
| ‘heQ Pa>’ taxe,i and
seven feet six inohes, two inches more
, in the Union, and for a whole year apace. 8.
than Porter, the Kentucky giant. His
Hotel, Medical and Law Cards, |1G,OO strove to find some clue to lhe missing at some future day.. Suflice it to say,-'
i that hj'ttni,’l8S7he*wi roixeT ¿¡th ' 8trikct9 “s
Pa?9 ! certainly, it pays weight was a fraction over 1,000
¡man. He had gone to New York
I ' city upon business, and had stopped i the scurvy„and being, it was j supposed.
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pounds. He measured around the
suppoeea. | 8O ~
waist six fact four inches, and it took
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. > as usual at the largest hotels in Broad-
hundred feet of pladk to make bis
About eight o’clock in the eve
Judge, J. W. Cuwlca; Commissioners, j way..
He was fifty-five years old
S. Bratcher. Henry Hewitt; Sheriff. LLji ning he gavo the key of his room to the South Sea, by the captain of the
died, full of honor,, and pos
Whitcomb; Clerk. S. ■ C. Adams; Asses- the
ll clerk and went out He went out whaler.
Here he was nursed and
sor, Charles Handley; Treasurer, J wn hever to return. Ixing, >V
»K after the cared for by the natives, among whom
sessed of fine sense, though very san--
W . Watts; School^ Superintendent, Rev. ; experjcneed detectives had given up I ' he lived fur threo years, but was una- perb and costly decorations Ac., Ac. sitive on the subjeot of corpulency.,
Bro. " 1 J tb. Bl.,t(.h ,ht.
bopod . ' ble to communicate with any vessel, as,
his death. Tie then weighed four
m“ nnff^thejndctafneT Trnri Tn rire iuterior of
the terrible mystery be unraveled, but the island. In August last, however, does Mr. Jay Cooke get all the money hundred pounds, but continued to in
D E N T I ST R, V
even they io time came to aecept the he managed to escape to the coast, and with which he purchases such fine crease as be became older. -- —
■ theory that hé had been foully mur- there finding a Russian vessel procu- houses, such sumptuous furniture, and
A R evulutiqnany Hxao D bad .
dcred and his remains destroyed. W. ring water, obtained passage to Jlong- splendid works of art ? He is engaged
William Hutchings, th« last survi-
DR. 1. G. I^HILLIPS SURGEON
S-, before his departure, was betrothed kong, which place he reached in the
g reveiutionas y soldier in the Stotor-
to a. charming girl, aud an early day latter part of October, and upon proper
at Penobscot, on Thun-
<__ I had_l»cen fixed ftir the union. She
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fixed ftir the union. She was representation
1866, aged 102 yean.
Tenders hi- Prfessiond .8 rvieea tn.luT’S* ?,.,od W‘‘h “»«««»W« sorrow.— was furnished with means to return to.
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He Special honors were accorded to th«
Citisi»« of Lafayrttj and Surrounding The b|ow fell upon her with even the United States. i
I metot ry of the deceased, at his funer- x
■< ■? h
no, HL I f. I gtodfoi^rct« than upon the parents of
As a proper ending to this wonder
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—,'aud fur six long years past sbei lui rumacce, S. will,
will, in the month pf ( to pay, and draweja per centage ou al. There are only two more revolu
age ¡ tiondry
soldiers surviving in the (Jni-
— - B. HURLB UR T^,
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sec luded life, mourning in April, lead M i ss L.t- who has so faith- these transaetic
ATTORVBY AT LAW few | sacked privacy her worse than widow- fu«/ I ted him, to -theubar,tend may
! we be there, to witness the happy
l.*fayrtte, r Yamhill
twn devoted aud
Will practice in tlie 'Supreme, C ir ui.t
A cloud had settled uperi* her oven a union of two
and a!l of thr Courts of this State.
more gloomy than it would have been
had death suddenly severed the ties hie hand« and arms, and; has • Beck-
DR. H. J. BOUGHTON.
that bound them to each other/ The l«oe of blue pricked upon his neck.—
awful suspense, the. long hopeless His ndventnr«^ among tho South Sea
rhytieian A .S’»«ry*ow,
search, ihç images of terrible m i mdo«-^—^nlnn^lon«|^.j£ir
e a may, with permission,
In'lIoupHni Department, which an excited imagination
conjured -some day publish. He intends to find
* * ship,
t»f The ACTwrw^rWTDMAft—
w d t hev -di»pait 1Bero'«mki. j^ w»we;ef'<he
Ofib-e in Dayton, Oregon..
píete, and her anguish more uncontroll- floating prison house, and pr<
p r o a wtu
them to the full extent of the law.
One week ago, on the 10th of Maroh, The firm is now doing business in Bos
Miss L. receivod a dispatch from New ton, we believe. .
J. T. HEMBREE,
s : PRO.
rplIIS HOTEL is still kept for the ac-
commodMion of boarders and the
\mv rifatrpublic. Good
and attentive hostlers.
B. C. BRADSHAW, '
COUNHEI.OR AT LAW. AND SO-
LICITOR |N CHANCERY.
M ill practice In the District and Supreme
Cott fa of Oreg0’»-
py Taxra Pahl. Collections made, and
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
In the l'ir<*uit Court of the State of Or-
egon, for the county of Yamhill.
I aophena Fleming, plff.
) B|1| for ni
< Jeorge W. Fleming, deft. j
To Goorge W. Fleming, said defendant:
IN THK NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON, You are hereby summoned
to be and appear in the Circuit Court of
the State of Oregon for the county of
Yamhill, and answer the complaint of said
plaintiff in thia cause filed against yon,
within ten days from the date of the ser
vice of this writ upon you, if served in this
eounty, and within twenty days If served
within ar.y other county, and if you fail
to answer, the plaintiff will apply to said
court for the relief in said action deman
t o. s. x a.
Fublished by order of R. P. Boise,
District Judge 8d Judicial District
Witness ">y hand, and the seal of said
Court, affixed at Lafayette, in said
county, this 8th day of June, A.
—lune 12-6w S. C. ADAMS, Clerk. _
While MrCwke is thus Jiving so: r, A,
5oi“g. fro® Boito° * .
found to be running
sumptuously, the farmer is gradually
deviations of her OOUt- T
growing pourer and poorer. Mr. Cooke
it was afterwards
filches so little from each person, and
the steel hoop
it comes on so imperceptible, that it
comptai resumed ito proper position.
some districts of lllinois,'<corn, it is ------
M urdkr —Charles P. Duane, a no
said, is now as low as 20 cents per
bushel, and yet before the war its av torious rowdy, recently shot Col. Roes,
erage'price was 25 cents. Then a at San Francisco, by coming up behind
bnshel of corn would bny 2} y^ds of him, with his brother John Duane as
I York, that was wholly incomprehensi-'
The terrible tornado which recent muslin. Now it requiere at leas three aid. The difficulty is said to bar«}
ble. I,t read : “ Prepare for an im
bushels' In other words, the farmer originated from a dispute about a land
Signed “ W.” ly visited. Indiana also extended into,
must expend just three times the title, Xlj* Duanes wovi Immediately
In the midst of her surprise, a letter
amount of labor to ftwy a shift that he arrested, and are in jail. Col. Roes1
was received in a strange handwriting,
did before the era of the public debt. died the next day.
insinuating that there was some reason killed and injured by it. As the tor
And yet all this has been brought up
to suppose that S. was still alive, but I nado advanced, apparently with the
G kn . C ass is dying of softenii
on the country under the pretence of
at the same time warning his family moderate speed of a looomotive, the
conferring a benefit upon the world,
against hoping fur too much, as there moot extraordinary spectacle of trees,
and of advancing the cause of human
might be some mistake. The next crushed bouses, wood rails and sub
day a letter, came from W. himself, jects that seemed to be horses and cat progress. The Great West already
begins to feel the incubus of the debt with friends; but this is an exception
stating that he would be at home that tle, borne on by by the storm in dense
and the want of a southern market. able state of mind. He passes most
most inextricable confufaion. The Wait a little longer, fur we have not of his time in sleep undisturbed. He
It would not be becoming for us to
i very heavens were filled with the cou- yet seen the beginning of the end. is 84 years old.
describe the joy, the great overpower-
, tents of farms. Every object secerned —Ar. Y. Doy-Book.
ing sense of thankfulness that «wept torn from the earth and folded upward.
I n Mercer county, Pa., a woman
• through the hearts of all that little
herself in cotton garments*
W omen anj M en . —Very intelligent
' fnmile oirnla nw
family circle, or to Jnnint
ed over head, and perfect desolation women, we find by observation, are sel thoroughly saturated in oil, and tot fire*
scene that ensued at the meeting which spread over the valley« Ao the tor dom beautiiu. The formation of their
to them. She was seen by her children)
I took place when he that was lost at
iticularly their forehead, in a few moments, and the fire was ex«
nado advanced the indications of its features, and
last returned, altogether changed in
course were very deoptive, appearing is more or les masculine. Miss Lander tinguished with buckets of water, bat
appearanoe, it is true, but still the to point in all directions. This effect was rather pr t tv and feminine in the
face; but Miss Sedgewick, Miss Parque, not until she bad been fatally burned.
same true-hearted man as of old, but
probably came from the revolution go Miss Leslie and the lato Anna Maria and
with great sadness in his heart, and a ing on in the volumes of dust and sul
Jane Porter, the contrary. One ef the
terrible bitter experience seared into
O n the 30th ult., in San Francisco,
phuric smoke that onvelopcd every Misses Porter had a forehead as high as
named Smith shot bis wife, andi
his life as with a hot iron. We can
thing in the valley, and which at times that of an intellectual man.—We never
suicide by shootiog.
only relate the 6trange story that in its
seemed to roll and spread in all direc knew of any very talented man «-ho was
head. It is be
marvellous truth has no equal in any
tions. The whole country was inun admired for bis personal beauty, l'upc
fiction we know of, and only proves dated, and the soil in many places was awful ugljrjjDr. Johnson was no lieved the woman will recover. They
better; Mirabeau wee the ugliest man were both low characters, and once,
that there are tragedies enacted in our
washed down to the subetatum of clay, in France, and yet he was the greatest
midst every day that ate without par-
lived in Portland.
as though the clouds had burst and favorite with the ladies. Women more
al lei in literature.
floode 1 the earth with oceans of wa frequently pri«e men for |heir sterling-
8. tells the following story : On the ter at once.
qualités of the mind
mind, than men do women. ' A NEW invention, paper Nooks is am-,
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evening of his disappearance be left
Dr. Johnson chose a women who had nounced. The Socks are made of pa
his hotel about eight o’clock, and pro
A C orubct D iagnosis —Dr. Ran scarcely an idea above an oyster. He per and muslin combined. The inven.
ceeded .towards East river, with the dolph, a man of some note in Boston though her the loveliest creature in ex tors say they will last as long ss an ofr
intention of crossing over to Brooklyn, «• spiritual circles,” some time since ¡stance, if we may judge by the inscrip dinary pair would keep clean, and ibeio
tion he left on her tomb.
cost will not equal tbo price of wasbr
where he proposed to spend the even openly recanted, and io a lecture which
ing. He was carelessly sauntering he recently delivered, he stated it as
along when his -arms were suddenly his candid opinion, founded on an ex
Tnv. Sudreme Court of Maesaohut-
pinioned from behind, a gag was perience of five years as a medium, There is oftimes moH wit in three
has decided that a revenue stamp
placed in hie mouth, and-he was that spiritualism was one third impos
on a note is no part of it, and n«bd not!
dragged rapidly aloog a back street, ture, one-third insanity, and one-third
be copied, nor does the want of a stamp
street. Continuing to make resistance diabolism.
Dr. Randolph declares
he received a blow upon the head that insanity is the usual fate of trance
Watt's Nervous Antidote will curt fain I on the note affect the validity of it un
less fraudulently omitted./
bi ch completely stunned him. Wheh mediums. ————-