Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, October 30, 1866, Image 1

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For each subsequent insertion,
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A liberal deduction wiij; bo mado on
Quartery, Yearly, and half] Yearly Adver-
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Hotel, Medical and Law Ci^rds, $10,00 per?
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rates are ^iixed, Currency w|U only be taken
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abominations like the above* a" lly them-
selves to the opposition
apposition to the
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racy? Show usât blattentj-eviler of ibe chris
tian religion ; a bibertine in heart, sou
and sentiment if not in practice; ; one
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socie­
& RATHBUN, PRO. that it is a fact that these refor^n(?)
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identity in the process, thus forming a
tfyird substance. Good people can well
afford to behold with serene indifference,
AND
the process of absorption throughout its
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SO- tortuous course going on between the Rad­
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Lafayette, Oregon.
er element, as the third element—the
Will practice in the District and Supreme issue of the two elements, cannot possibly
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be as bad as both of the origionals, while
¿»"Taxes^Paid, Collections made, and
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parate capacity
as either of them in its separate
and proportion^ God-fearing and law-
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nounce to the travelling public, that be
ie that by acting a good
L et no one sup tt
has, at the Lafayette crossing of thu Yamhill,
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part through life, he will escape elander.
A LARGE, NEW.^ND SAFE FERRY BOAT, mt
ill 1 ’ bo those even
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who bate them
There
on which he can cross Teams, Stock, &c., for the vi ery qualities that ought to procure
esteem. There
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EXPEDITIOUSLY AND CHEAPLY. world who are j unwilling others should be
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better than they.
The roads leading to and from this crossing
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are 4n good repair, and persons from the
T he Pittsburg
•ublic says those who
South going to Portland, McMinnville, Forest
Grove and Hillsboro, and from the North, support Johi nson are bread and buttor ■ men
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going to Salem, Dallas, Corvallis, will find it —men who earn their bread by the sweat
of their brow, and
ai do not steal themselves
to their advantage to patronize this Ferry.
J JOHN HARRIS.
rioh, as most men who now oppose the
Lafayette, July 81,1866.
Government have done i..
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cost per shackel apd ippurtnaoces shall
be to each county »0 furnished, the actual
cost of the materia 11 and manufacture, with
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOOD8 ! !
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commend, that whjen in Joint Convention
there be two Commissioners elected to act
in conjunction with the Superintendent
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of the Penitentiary, to select a new site Opposìte Wbat Cheer House, Portland, Ór*
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and arte cohstant-
That after the selection and purchase
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of land for each buildings, the rotunda
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plan shall be adopted by the said Com-
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missioners, and that the originator of the
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design be employe! by them to furnish
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plans and specific itions in detail i provi­ >
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ded, however, that the same be furnished
- HATS AND CAPS,
ata reasonable coit to the State.
YANKEE NOTIONS and CROCKERY.
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rnerely Jo injure the patentee-
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Second.-j-Aftcrhaving
repeatedly
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by the ingenuity cr labor hf citizens, or
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notifiqil by his officers that a conspiracy the productions of the State of Oregon; mention. - Being favored by having a re *id#
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partner in San Francisco, and buying only
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was pblminating, and a break contempla­ and further, conivic
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CHEAP AS ANY HOUSfc IN TOWN.
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took Bo measures to stop‘the same, there-
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purchasing elsewhere.
by so-curing totnc State the prisoners.
recommend, thjit a proper appropriation
The Highest Cash Price paid for all kinds-
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his negligence became an accessory and
Our Motto—-“ QUICK SALES AND SM.
Penitentiary building commissioners be
offered inducements for a ’break, , from
profits ,” and no humbug.
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separate, and the Governor be empowered
whiebslife vjas sacrificed, the public ea- r ‘ Tfl • 1 ■ ’ Li'' ' ! I
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Remember tho o place,
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Cheer House.
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submitted.
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HIS HOTEL is still kept for the accom­ ties (and there arc many of tpem
modation of boarders and the- travelling tain many members) arc composed
ipo$cd almost
public.
exclusively of members of the opposition
GOOD STABI4IXG9
to the Democratic party. ¡Ill may be an
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kept Horses, Buggies, Ac &c., to Let dially endorsed by such conventions
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are content to continue our nahe on the floggingjustead thereof amend to read
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ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rolls of the ° fogy ” party- One young as follows; ■“ And it shall no'f be lawful
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^afayette,-Yamhill County, Oregon. Will lady(?)—a Miss Ilucbins, rose in the con topunfeh any cotvict by shower baths nor
practice in the Supreme, Circuit and a.'l
vetion and exhorted evory one to proceed flogging except that flogging may be
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to business, said that her bowels pained ■ used uncler' extreme circumstances, anef
DRÌ S. J. BOUGHTON.
her. ” We should think Andrew John-
John­ not then until,' in the ?udgement of the
son would foni
feel oATnr.lin,nn)r>il
complimented rcLon
when a a non.
con­ Superintendent and Wardens, the same
Late Physician & Surgeon,
as Miss is actually necessary.”
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Huchiogs, ,Mr. Child of Boston, Mr.
We ^OulB further recommend that the
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son and so on i, pfojjounce him a nuisance
tentiary I buildings be abandoned for the
that calls for a speedy abateinent. The
following reasons, viz: ' |
fixed and inexorable affinity existing be­
First-4-0fi account of the inelligibility
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tween such bestial Associations and tifo
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of the site, %the same being too low for
republican party is a matter of history.
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drainage,; .
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Why it is, let others tell. T[hile it is a
Free and Accepted Masons.
Secoq^li In a sanitary point of view it
fact, be it said to their credit), that all Re­
Meets in Lafayette on the 1st and 3rd publicans are not infidels and sensualists, should be abandoned, because the' situa»
Friday of each month, at half past 6 in the
tion is such that the health of the inmates
afternoon.
it is nevertheless less stubborn truth, that
Brethren of the order, in good standing are all such infidels and sensualists, are repub. cannot be p^ope
fperly preserved to them, as
invited to attend.
T. V. B.ËMBREE,
sent guardians, should re-
licans- Which af those elements will we, their pese
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get the mastery in the procésá of absorp­ quire.
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who would annihilate atone fell swobp all so
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Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners, W
Ball, J, LI. Brown; Sheriff^ L. L. Whit and the promiscuous, unrestrained gratifi­
comb; Clerk, S. C. Adams ;i Assessor, D. cation of bis or her lusts, and we wiL
Smith ; Treasurer, Clem. Eckles; School
Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner, in each instance show you a person who
J. W. Watts; Surveyor, A S. Watt.
entertains not one sentiment in common
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with Democrats or the Democratic party.
There is a cause for these things, which
is perhaps understood by bqt ¡few. But
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tian Advocate of the 2Pj, ftotu the factjfor the various rumors regarding th.e
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The Spiritualists .bate taeen holding a i fore the meeting of Hie Legislature; . or
national convention in Providence, R,. I »» sinta tho same. > J
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lately, and a free and easy and entertain­ 1 Sqeondj From
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ing affair it seems to havei been. Some wo ajisaL
tisfied that she present manago-
of the more rational tried >|o tiq up the
brethren and sisters to ruleè and methods, ment of the Penitentiary is as gopd as can
but they scorned all such bondage, and be, taking the peculiar circumsV.uces and
talked ‘and sup£ and resolved with ,the
surroundings into consideration, in which
Among 4be rcso^.
most perfect abandon
lutions the following is a mo.del Tor polit both bfticets and convicts are placed.
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as many that come to ligbiin such bodies: mend that a vote of censure be recorded
W hereas , The people have , outgrown against l\fr. A. C. R. Shaw, the former
the superstitions of the Christian religion;
Superintendent of the Penitentiary, and
therefore,
Resolved, Thta tobacco, rum, Sunday by liiw he be. disqualified from holding
school, churches, hanging, Andrey John any bflic e of trust or profit under the State
son, animal fool, and swearing, aréagains
goverujnent, for the • fallowing- \ reasons,
science, reason and experience, and tha
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For taking the irons, off 'the
How naturally do advocates,of inferna
Spiritual Convention./
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a text in Rcvalatiqn is both curious and
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Western paper, and will suggest thoughts In the cirilcuit court of the State of Oregor
' for Yamhill county
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for those who think
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Alexander pltf., vs. Levi F. Allen and C
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tion, xxi. chapter, 16th Verse :—“ And i
O LEVI F. ALLEN, one of said defts.
In the name of the State of Oregon you»-
he measrued the city with a reed, twelve
are hereby Summoned and Required to. ap- (
thousand furlongs, The length and the pear and answer the complaint, of plaintiffs
bredth and the height of it are equal.” now on filo 'in the Clerks office, in Yamhill
County Oregon, witfii n ten days from the
• Twelve thousand furlongs, 7,920,000 date of the service ofthisjsummons upon you
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feet, which, being c ib^, is 948 088 000, if served in tho County of Yamhill, and with
in twenty days if »erred in any other County
000 000,000 000 00C cubic feet; the half in the State, and that if you fail to answer
of which we will rase rve for the throne of in said term, that plaintiffs will take judg>
ment against you for the sum of one thous^
God and the Court of Heaven, half of the and and eight hundred dollars, and cost and
balance for the street^, and the remainder disbufrstments. You: are further, notified
that your property has been attached to sats> ir
divided by 4 096. th lie cubical feet in the jsfy said demand.
By order of.
R. P. Boise, Judge
rooms. 16 feet square and 16 feet high,
W olff & T rimble Attys, for plffe.
will be 5.743 740,000 000 rooms.
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We will now suppose the world always
did and always will <J< ontain 900,000,000
of inhabitants, and a generation will last
33 1-3 years—2,700 000,000 every cen-
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to adtoiti the advantage
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the State jit one future day, from the wa­
Then suppose there were 11,239 such
ter privilege connected with the present
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location, cannot Jbut deprecate the want
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of all other advantages’ that should be
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would be a room 16 feet long and 16 PURIFYING the Blood, Strengthening th«»
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sought for
Nerves, Restoring the lost Appetite, is
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wide and 16 high for-each person, and
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We therefore recommend that no fur-
It is the best preservative against almost any
yet there would be room.
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ther expenditure be made on the said
sickness, if used timely.'
timely. Composed of herbs
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T ruth is the most powerful thing in only, it can be given safely to infiints. Full
grounds, excepting such »as are actually
directions in English, French Spanish and
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since
fiction
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German, with every package. TRY IT !
necessaryjrç finishing up the buildings
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EMIL.FRESE. Wholesale Druggist,
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- We would furter recommend that the represented, and to be able to move others
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we must be able to: mete ourselves, or at
purchase of the “ Gardener Shackle ” last deem to be so,
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that the appropria- tai rule to give you jfoout fretting and
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OUpiU rule,
A LAJVy which
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Estate of Anni B. Forrest deceased, In*
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county
court
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Yamhill
Co.-
Co.
Oregon,
worth
your
while
to
recollect,
if
desire
to
quested tv purchase. the same from the
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cultiva^ econtentment. Never fret about Now on this 2nd day of October, 1866,
owner of the patent, and the said shack-
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comes the Administrator of thè estate of
that which you cannot^ help, because it
e, and no. other, be used in this State. won
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do any good. I ¡Never fret about Anna B. Eorest deceased, and files bis ac­
count; for the final settlement of the said de-
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if you can help
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help,
beeaj
And further, that after the purchase whatjyou
ceased*s estate. It is ordored that the said
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final
settlement
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the/Superin tendent of the State
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of said estate be made on the sixth day of
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Fenitentiary 7 be instructed to furnish to
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Thê amount of property destroyed by November, 1866, in said thereof be given in- .■ I
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that
four
weeks
notioe
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the variouh qbuDties throughout thia State
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the
late
conflagration
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Mariposa,
was
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J. W. COWLS,
the Lafayette C ourier .
such number of shackles and styrup aa valued at 8153,900, on which
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Co- Judge,,
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eaoh çounty r<ith full instructiona as to 137,270 insurance.*
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