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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1867)
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ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY, AT
YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON,
recently exposed the
GLEANED FtOM DISPATCHES TO THK/PORTLAND
ly a unanimous vote.
The Cabinet at Washington has decided
it statement w< were in error, so far ps
_ sealed. The terms
of settlemepk^toe agreed-on
jtfdgd wax to
pay the mother $60 a year for
the support J of the
child until it arrived ttjhe
ieren years and to deed to it
It ten acres
of land. ’ But before the agreement -wee per
fected the judge changed his mind, and in-
-hat itaheuldbe made a part of the
that if the child died before it ar*
rived at the
-J aj ge of maturity, the ten acres ol
land Shouldre »Vfcrt back to himself, alleging as
a reason therefor that he had conecientioue
conveying tho landFlh fee, lest
Induce the ais-
ignt opérate as a bribe to induce
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ter of the child's
mother to murder r it r" * in - order
to get the property herself through its mother,
i — i«-! conscience compelled
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abanden bis agreement, the mother of the
child filed, in the name of the
tho State of.
a complaint before our county judge]
the reterend Ballinger, under
7, the laiw ‘ relating ’
to bastardy, for an allowance for
for ‘the main*
taioenee of the child by its putative father.
Thfacaae was tried before the county judge,
at Ft. Madison, on Friday last. J. P.
Esq., asaisted by J. M. Casey, appeared .for
J< Van Valk*
enburg and Ju<¿ge Ballinger appeared for
tho defendant The mother of the child was
put on the witness stand, and twore positively
that the Rev. Judge Ballinger was the
father, tad that he refuted to provide for its
support, and that she was a poor' laboring
wonmn and unable to maintain it herself.
Here we will aUto a little incident that oc
curred at the tiial. Judge Ballinger looked
the woman square ia the face, and said to her
with one of those bland smiles he usually
wears when preaching and baptizing poor
tinners in the voters of the Mississippi, ‘‘Now,
Ellen, don’t you know 1 paid jrou $500 for all
thia down in Mr. Dan. Ferris’yard on the
30th M>f November last.” To which the wit
I -kll 1
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ness answered frankly and modestly, •• No,
( T ices .— After a long sir, von never paid me one cent, except for
a. bushel and a half of overland letters fori the
east, some of which were bloodsstalned*, while
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some of the bags wero cut.
Washington, June 14.—
Cabinet is still
considering various questions arising under
the reconst' uction act. P
Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners, W
Ball, J. Hi Briwn; Sheriff, L. L. Whit
comb; Clerk, S. C. Adams; Assessor,
Smith; Treasurer, Clem. Eckles;
Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner,
J. W. .Watts; Surveyor, A. S. Watt <
Attorney General Stansberry says he has
been misunderstood in being represented as
holding the opinion that military
3 I ;
have power to letnovo State officials *xfter
trial. He holds that they bavu no right to
remove any State "officer, except in their in
dividual capacity as citizens for obstructing
the reconstruction act.
The President is seriouxy considering the
propriety of calling an extra session in Au
gust next, should Congress not meet in July.
Another attempt was made in New York
on the 13th inst, to cxpell Greeley from th*
T¡MUIS HOTEL is sti!l kept for the accorn
J. mo Nation of boarders aud the travellin«’ Union League, v. hich failed.
An important test qf the plan for sub-
and attentive hostlers.
T. V. B. EMBREE,
PHYSIC J AN AND SURGEON.
Amtly. Yamhill County. Oregon. >
O ffice . —Amity Drug Store.
stiuting crude petroleum for coal in steam
navigation, has been made On the Government
steamer Palos. A rate
greater than with coal ras attained, and.the
result ti is believed will 1 reate a great rovoiu-
tion in steam navigation i
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New York, June 15.- The Boston Traveler
says that U. $. Eng: incers wero astonished at
the result of the petroleum burning on the
Paloe and deemed the event of such import*
anew that it was telegraphed to Europe to*
day. That journal says that in ten yeats
from to-day no coal burning vessel will by in
use iu the world A hogshead of p etroleum
will generate as much steam as twlefity times
its bulk of coal,
is of tli o greatest
importance to I
mail steamers to
New Orleans .June 18.—The M
Journal of .Aho 17th inst., has a <
ven to Collections, and
the Supremo, District Monterey dated June 2d, which says
died of fever . pastilia, Mejia and o ;
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been shot, Profound silence is obsc
reference to the disposal of Maximili
ATTORAFY AT LAW,
Lafayette, Yainhill County, Oregon. A
practice in the Supreme, Circuit and a
of the Courts of this State.
B. C. BRADSHAW,
COUNSELOR AT LAW,
AMT ill practice in the District and Supten
V v Courts of Oregon^
in the ev
A prize fight occurred at the
days since betw een two eminent
Aaron and Colyer, resulting in
tion of things for the former. Hi
f ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
117'ill practice in the Supreme and Circuit
V v Courts of this State.
$-gr*P.irticu1 lar attention paid to Probate1
business an«l 1 also to the collection of debit«,]
and furwarding of proceeds.
: al M otiieil — A genji’«
GOW II from Salem yesterday, rt
ing ci ircUttibtapco occurring ii
* bus —
-----'ig of thu
A man and woman recent!
ving with them a young
re very aolicitotik that a
lid take and adopt. 'Thi»
seeming mother request«'
DEITISTTY ? •
A. G. PHILIPS, D. D. S.
ouldinvite attention to his Improve^
i J'lfoiMties for Dental work,,
at San Francisco
style not to be. „
excelled any when
Next to our lives, liberties and approving
consciences, nothing is more conducive to
health than a good set of teeth.
Hol to every ope that eatetb, Ccme! and
ye who have no money come—as soon as you
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For the Dentista of Oregon
Are loud in their; wails,
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Since their high prices aro boldly assailed..
The Totbleasllook up
With pleasant Surprise,
■_ 1 , [eye*
And Matrons A Maids show joy ujtbcir
S T O R A G E.
iVHL ■ - - ■-.
K. SAMPSON of the LAFAYETTE f
WARE HOUSE, would say to all inter,
ested, that he is prepared with improved
faciliities for the accommodation of Farm
ers, Merchants and other Shippers, with
safe, accessible and convenient STOR-
AGiT ¿ He will
also Purchase and For-
ward P reduce for a reasonable Commix*
iGoods and Packages«
Packages Shipped to
my care will receive due ahd< prompt 3tt-
which; Aon a contract for the payment
.«pecifiedbmtn in gbl<l, a tender of the am
in Greenbacks was held good.— New
There can ba no
A S li ^.of paper was reunify found bj
. wrtTkmert. engaged in Daring dayn th<
Berkshire Hctel at Pituliuld^ Massachi
between jhc brick walls, upon which’
tho hamefof the* masons and carpenter^
p'oyed cif the work, the fiifo far whom it
being built, and the name of Levi Lin«
Governor of the Commonweal^. There
closed with a prayer that Andrew Jac
might ncy|r bt
m ' flapRr
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T ex M u . lion A ches of PuBi-tp L ands !
n»e 4f>th, A’»»hgrc>s proposes ttriake 10,1
000 acres :pf-our western lands to edúcate
negroes ¡.»alie District of Colombia alone,
this rate it’will take evrvd-acro qf land it
west to Híncate the negroes/ mid ¿Wei
—Jotra Sta ics man
A PiiAL’nCAi. OniaTulx
int'iaco Pcb¡i ;ing S'X'ict
your sen Webster.''
Monstrous as it itouat appear to everybody
that a father should propose to a woman b<~
wborn he had “
HE tihdersighed Would respect fully an*
to charge He
nd once to tJw travelling public, that he
too, a married
has, at the Lafayette crossing of the Yamhill,
went on oath,
AND SAFE FERRY BOAT,
$1,000, he never intended to pay one cent of
it But bad the womau accepted of the alleged on which he can cross Teams, Stock,
proposal and sworn; the child on young Web* EXPEDITIOUSLY AND CHEAPLY.
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ater Ballinger, she would have been estopped 4-’• •? __ wd T--' 4
from denying it ^afterwards, and the father
The rohds leading to and from this crossing
would have escaped paying for the support of are in. good repair, and parsons from th”
south going to Portland, M<Minuvil!c, Forest
After hearing all the testimony in the esse, Grove and Hillswora, and‘from the Noftb,
the county judge decided that the Rev. Judge going to Salem, Dallas, Corvallis^ will find it
Ballinger! the aaintly judge ! the conscientious to their advantage to patronize this Ferrv.
judge! the great «leader ot the radical God-
and-liumantty partyin Lee county-“-which is
Lafayette, JulyjBl,4866. .
based ont great moral principles —shall pay L----------------------- E----------- *-------------------- _
Ellen O’Connell, the mother of his bastard
Nfeir Picture Gallery!
baby, for ks support and maintenance, as fol
lows I $150 cash in hand; $100 per year for yy JB.CATTERLIN* has fitted «¿ a
six years; and afterward §(25 a year for
years, and that he be required to give
bond and security in the sum ol $1,500 for the
payment of the money in accor
acqor ance with the
terms of the order : or decree of the county
h* and Ambrotypes fe <
court '■ It will thus be teen that by the time
the child arrives at the age of 34 years, it wiji
id io the best style of the
have received drum.its CA h « d '« m father $!,f>25
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which sum, considering Judgq Ballinger’s
?tnen, Children t ohi and
wealth, is but a moderate allowance for its
accommodated by present-
r that purple. ’
proper support and educatpn.— Keokuk
(Iowa) Con sltlu lion
iGTOQKAMSdw all rhe rags
, : 'J r .-.
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entleuicn and young ladies,
N evew G ive ijxi.—Many a premature
i ihnplr, aud ’ll I do not
death has oceurred in cons quenoc of giv
The sick person becomes dis
cs he is going to die, and
thiuk thqy. huve 4mm >ll.
ath is ihfevtable, and 1<£
ED WARDS informs rfl -«w
• * Whom it may eotfoexn.y
that he is established to L»
ette , in the business of manufacturing and
WAQ0JC8, HACKS, COACHES AJiti BUGGIE8.
An~ experience of many years on this coast
in the business, enables him to assure patrons
that be understands what it requires to make
or repair jobs in bls line in a manner to stand *
through all otrr varied seasons He will take '
iñ exchange for htv work WRgoii timber and
lumber, He wants Spokes, Felloes, Tongues,
Axles, Ac., for which be will allow the mar
Lafayette, JnJy S 1,1866-1 y 7' ,7'
Lafayette, Nov. 28, 18$$. .
functionaries talk both
told that thp city of Mexico was tai
the end of May.
jarred from its place, and his Jungs mashed
into a jelly.
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Tax*»s Paid, Collections made, an
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
F amine in M innesota .—Chicago bnri
new men, who have juet returned from a trip
lì. F. Bonham. Attorney
to Western and Northwestern Mi iiiesota,
give a sad account of the shortness rt crops
in that region, aud the consequent differing
of many of the families of new scttlerp. Some
of these families have not had a pound of
meat, except a very scanty supply of wild
meat, for five menths. r
nothing blit turnips with which to
! life for yhe last tw<>months
Mankato for $2 25 per bmi
per barrel. There are now but
bushels of wheat in store at Munkato
2(J0.000da<t year. It is estimated
more than cuo-foarth of the qua
wheat will be shipped from Winn
spring that usoally comes from that
Oats sell readily at one dollar per
anywhere in ftiinuesota.
AND REPAIRING SHOP.
ago, toja case of erim. con, in which a
m, whp Hap resided in the family of Judge
ger, in Montrose township, ra this cdun-
r sevsra^years past, in the capacity of
nt, charged the judge with being the fa
rt an infant, lately born unto her. At
ime we also stated that we leptnod tbpt
tdge had compromised the matter qnR»
otnan W paying her a sum of money.—
The eight hour bill has passed the lower
bouse of the Connecticut Legislature by ' noar-
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
goods at Clem
that the reconstruction act does not confer
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ir: u .
of1 the liberties of the people.
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