Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, August 11, 1868, Image 3

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    THE W^fiKEY <OLRIEK
ALGUST 11
T0M6DAX
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The Signal hwk áorrewjLndence, ♦ Í from
1868.
Corvallis, who gives the rciult of a1 mil*
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Tuk A memcan S tock J ournal for June road
discussion
at flk
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place, 1* from
which
is at hand. The enterprising Publishers we make the following extract, i
we make
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of this valuaklo. Monthly, offer to send
‘’Mr. Gaston charged that the East
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W ell A nswerer .—Congress, however,
J q HN fiUNDEIltAND.
B yron Z. H olmes .
ha^findwbted
awaythe bal
lot Ir Au rebels.- lacramentp Union.
Cangrett has na'bower to take the bal-
iers and dealers in , Boots and
It fiTannfactoers
lot from any class ( *' personr, or to confer
95 1 Street, ^Portland Oregon.
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the States
it upon any cl we.
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convicted robele, i e.. felony, would be de­
Has oonstantfy on hand the largest s.odr
prived of suffrage. Legi'la ive bodies have of Boots and, Nhoes. in Portland, consisting
no right te pass npr
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ili or innocence
of. Gents Fine calf Boots.
'courts
alor
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of parties. Tbe Co
Ladies, Misses and childrens wear, ;
¿■e; guilt r-
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Whom the
right to say who C
Gents heavy boots.
Courts do not deul4‘- gui-tv the laws of our
Farmers Plough Shoes and boots
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country preside to i be inuommt. This is as , All of which will be Bold 20 per cent less
true of freaaou as ai loy other felony.— -Calt. than at any other*store in Portkind.;
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Sample Copies free. Each number con* Side Company had two millions qf.l °je-
tains 32 large double column pages, de­ served and una^essabh stbek^m
they had created and provided as a cor
voted to Farming, Stock Breeding and
juptibn fhud to bribe public men, if pos-
Diseases of Domestic Animals, illustrated sible, and dorrupti public sentiment, and
in that way break down the West Side
with numerous engraving. .Address
Mistermacfie rsop was turned 1 out of tbe
Company; and when he read the cards of r Í
N. P. BOYER & CO., Publishers,
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Nesmith and Huntington to proved this, Unionist office foP giving the foreman
Parkesburg,
Chester Co., Pa.
the audience manifested th^eir approval by itch. We learned , the above feet while in
hearty applause.1 |lt.
M*« Elliot was told to Salem last week, . Wm. Morgan is the
Every body and their wives have been his face iti
in the presence of the meeting.
meeting, foreman of the con icern.—S/g/iaL I , !
that A. J. Cook & flfci-r-*
Co. was a jlftL
fraud i1 and
have gone or are going to the Seletz,
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swindle,
that
there
was
no
such
a
firm
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bathe in the salt Tihlter and enjoy the < ‘ • Vi' I
:kll 1 ,J>L I a _1.J
in existence ) ‘LJ,
Mr. M(ltcheHiwa8
also told
Assessors Xotice
luxury of a clam-bake.
Judge Strong that h|
he
Notice is
i« harebi
hi had, substantially
substan dally admitted that
¡.Lathe
hareby given that on the last
Monday,'the
1863, the As
Monday,’the 31s o|
of AugUdtp
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and boys, of Portland, passed through knew this to be the case, knd neither ii.
Bessor
of
Yamhill
Ceunly,
ill
attend
at
the
gentleman denied the charge^
charge. Mr. Gas­
town, during the week, thitherwa.d.
ef bi
said < inty, at LaFays
ton charged
’ ' Company office of the Clerk |f
chained upon the ”
East Side
ette
and
with
theh«distance
<¡ H the Connty
that
had agreed
that they
they, had
agreed to pay Mitab^hfive
Clerk
will
publicly
examine
t
t^e Asessmmt
We noticed, the other day, a number thousand’dollars a year, I. li. Moores their
roll for 1668,
8, and ^orrect nil erfoft in do
¡Clark, Bcriptious valuations of Inti* '■lauds and other
of Thrashers,
and Header at the President 84.400 per year,
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Secretary $2,500 per year, tlieir Treasurer property. August 4th 18(8.
wagon and black smith shops, being put
81000 per year, and each of their Direct­
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S. B. STONE.
n29 3 w
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in order for the harvest.
ors eight dollars per day and th« none of
Aisesflur I Yamhill County
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these men bad anything to do whate
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egon,
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FARMING LA
C alifornia M imical .G azette -We to be collect nd off the people of Orej
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and tbit! such conduct would ruin any
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have received the first number of this ¡enterprise, and none of these charges weie
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nil " - there
magaiine, published by A Roman &co, .HnnFrawiFiF
denied. Throughout
the discus^ior
SanFrancisco Cal. It is pronounced by was a great deal of cross fircing, ac i the i
Central
entrai
every
physioians as a very superiof medical East Siders got the worst of it on
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'jtmrnal,
j | The ¡people here have generally made
C IJjM P J I AV '•
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We.cannot propousce judgement upon up
up their
minds
that
the East Side
lucir
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Offi-rs for silo
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A great Variety of Lands.
this book, as we are not a physician, but a humbug and a mere nuisance in the
bf the other Company. They coul
not
if the Gazette is equal in excellence to
NGTO.N AND
get a dollar here now under any < re um- multnoma M wash
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Benton county will aid the West
Company liberally, and wc hope to
/‘old Polk” join hands with Benton
..yVe have received no. 1 vol. 1 of the
Yamhill in pushing along this—enUr
Deutsche Zeitung a new German paper that will bring Jife, business,
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started in Portland by C. A. Landenber- prosperity into every
section.”
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We wish this representative of Deutsch^
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for President, ôfcoürse all inq
land abundant success.
ing minds are interested in knowing his
Many of our friends have commenced
record. J
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harvesting their grain, with good pros­
Below we présent the; first lesson.
pects of a very heavy yield of wheat. / i i J I 3 I i li V-* I
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No. 1. “Thinks negro suffrage unwise,
aad calculated to produce a war fofjruces.’*
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The County Court met | last Monday «
Nd. 2. He expelled the Jews from his
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Bat little business before it.
military lines oa the plea that they
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The rads shield their criminals, i,
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Na 8. Opposed to the freedom of t
a Democrat to steal public moneys he
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rletter Feb.
Feb 17,1868.
17. 1808.
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would ba placed in ja» 1 instanter. :
No. 4. In favor of stripping the Pi resi-
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powers.-—[Letter of August, 18671 'J;
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Demecatt.
To be a Democrat is to be a layer of
good government.
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A supporter of good laws and as few of
them as possible.
A defender of the rights of the miner
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A respecter of the rights of others,
IA warrior for the weak and" a defender
of the defenseless.
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An advocate for the greatest good to the
largest number, without injury to the few.
He believe/in the right of the people
to eat, drinhdnd wear whai
ver they
wish..
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He hates military government, wars
upon civil or military despotism, and des­
pises anarchy breeders, p ; t’.. (ii
Democrats stand by the inherent rights
of a l men and c mrnun tiss; > nd recognize
the distinction existing between the races,
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them, <IW.-
so ! they
would
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have them continue.
This is Democracy.
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No.
no. 5.
O. In
lu favor
iavor of
VI impeachment
lUipeavu incu* p , t v riijnks
»mao
it? defeat, would result in “bk’odshdd.”—
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A great French Py<sj£ian
Pyisician says : ■ “ Mor
ban half of the disease^-in the woilfi C0iâ<-8
Jrom n eifkW ^e tHtify’ the .. ._
changes of «Jimate, weather and fo<xl.
he
greatserret nf health W to IteepJlhaci
of tho Stomach and Blood regular 4nd uni-
iorffl, jo tb.t oho.ges-troH, Healfÿ Cold,
from Dry to Damp, etc., cannot upset Thé
machinery uf the body, and breed ¡diseasee
Now^ it is a lack, posiffi Vo and W01 knoyir
O-etich bub wark and pteistiD;
that th^r0 ’s hiMUch
)r the e stomach as
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Agents For the HOWE Family Sewing
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F olsoms hand SEWING MACHINE.
Ssngle and double thread, Grover and.
Bak^r stitch, a good asortment of Machine
Needles, and thread always on hand.vS n22
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T ailoring '^ C lothier ’ s
Important Certificates.
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Importers and dealers in ’* .
this
splendid
Tunic
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bv al!
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T his splendid TUnic is noW used ‘ 1 by
Fine Custom Made Clothing,
From our Manufactory in New York Glasses of people for every symptom 'ef ba
ont of order,”
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Importing bor goods direct from the East, •‘Stomach
Tbe secret of it is —
tKfs*:
B tiers
ttera
we are enable to offer,
EXTRA Inducement to Purchasers are certain to correetthe juices oftk^ Stem-..
ach, set all its machinery at work. , Jpmd
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jimd en
err-,
AGENTS FOR.
able it to resist,and
tbe approa
approad)-
Bt,and throw off the
Ji-
^»ration
¡Dg danger. The tendency of the
tbe operation
of Nature is always toward a cure-all she
needs is & little assistance al the primer time
flow much more reasonable nnd ‘ ehwWe
s to help her along with a gentle,
pow- ‘
erful Tonic than to deluge and weaken . .tqd
InLoi I. z.—' ztrirvL
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defeat
hefcurative processes — with
pnwououa
drugs and fiery mixtures, which on|jlstupe?y
and plant the seeds of disease and flbsth. ~
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“,* * * ♦ I owe much to you, for I venjy
ieve the Plantation Bitters have ahved my
fel. R ev .W.H.W aggoner , Madrid^N.Y.*’ "
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“* * * Thou wilt send me two bottles
inure of thy Plantario» Bitters. My wile.bas
been
greatly bene fitted by their u^p. Thy
Carters new brick W TOurnier & Co. 103
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friend,
A sa C urrin , Philadelphia^ Pad”
Front Street Portland.
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and bad to abandon preach­
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Rochester. N- Y?\
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Bitiers to hundreds of our disabled sóìdicrs
with tbe most astonishing effect.
a
G. W. D. A ndrews ,
Superintendent Soldiers’ Home,
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the Plantation Bitters make the weak
strong, the languid brilliant,and are exhausted ■
Nature’s great restorer.
1 be public may rest assured tbatTn no case*
will thu perfectly pure standard’of the P lasj -
tation B itters be departed from. Every
bottle bears the far. simile of onr tignalure
on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be
genuine.
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A ny person pretending to sell PfL^NT^tjON
B itters in bulk or by the gallon, is a, swind­
ler and impostor. Beuare of refilled Lotties.
Bee that our Private Stamp is L’ nm . vtiuatld
over every cork.
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Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers
throughout the wcrld.
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P. H. DRAKE & CO., N< w tpVk,
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Soie Proprietors«
Propric
REDINGTON & CO., 416 gml 418 Fr ront-st.
San Francisco.
Agents for California and Nevada.
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[Letter May 12.
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'^Counties,
And along’the line of their Railroad now be
ing constructed, j '
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V alvaéle T imbeji .L ands in L ots to surr,
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Lotsin Uè citi of Portland, Hillsboro,
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Forest Grove,' McMinnville, and at pointe
M echanic ’ s I nstitute ,
selected tor Stations on said Railroad.
Persons of limited means desiring to open
POST STREET,
farms or secure homesteads on the line of
thia r ài [road, and.persons desirous of making
Between Montgomery & Keam9 9
investments in mài estate, certain te grept-
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SAN FRANCISCO.
iy increase in value, are invited
’ yited to examine « i
the lands here offered, for sale..
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Opportuni tienili be afforded to those who »
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desire it tp pay for lands, or a portion of thb
The importance of a thorough and prac­
value thereof, in labor upon the Company’s tical business training for those who contem­
road, and thus p^ce it withi/
[in the reach of plate entering the mercantile profession, u>
every laborer to lècnre» a nome.
Several too well knr.wn to require much oomment.
contracts of this character have already been Without Buch knowledge, the young mer-
made, and persoKs without land of a home cliaut wilt become involved in many em-.
irged to examine this < opportunity.
are urged
barraasments which might otherwise be
A liberal credili extende id to all purchasers, avoided. ! The youthful aspfrant will find
if o esirèd.
himself surrounded by inextricable diffical
Titles indisputa ible, with warranty deeds, ties, both in seeking a situation, and in the
inallo88ès,
i'r
¿discharge of its duties after employment is
Apply nt the Conymny's edee, . No. 3, obtained. To have received instruction at
at ^o by letter to. a mercantile college, endorsed by the lead­
Carter^ Blook *ii| ’Portia indoor
F. W. HAINES,
ing merchants e( the city, is more effective
*Se6ref|ry O. C.] b R. Xjotnpany. in winning the favor and confidence of a
Portland, On gon,, July 2|pLb, 1868.
bosineBs firm, than ail the letters of jintro
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Paciiic Business College
No. 6. Indorses negro suffi kga M the in every county
the,Pacific coast, to can­ '■ :
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South, and rejects it at the North.—[Chi- vas, fbr
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maintains a reputation for thoroughness and
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MAbKENIE’S
systematic training, far surpassing, that of
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L yon ’ s M agnetic I nsect P owder ; is
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any other similar in.stitution on the Pacific
F or S eymour and B lair — tojii
and
certain
death
to
everything
of
the
,
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coast. Most of the leadiog.merchants of
species—Fleas, Roaches; Mosquitoes, Autk,
this city have employed, graduates- fropi
Justice Chase has, announced his intenti ion
Ml«
Bugs,
this Co.lege, and bear testimony to the
nly
to go for Seymoar and Blair as the only
IT KILLS INSTANTLY.^
t J ifef ALL THE ’
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I practical efficiency of the coarse here pre-
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hope for the salvation of the Country. Tfiou
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àd DomestioAr^a ;
What is peculiarly surprising in ftgard to
> scribed.
Tbe system of actual practice
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sands of honest conservatives will follow bis
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embraces ail the varied operation of real to this article is, that notwitbatahding its
A COMPLEX AND : PRACTICAL business.
A L adies * D epartment has instant death to insects, it i9 perlycily harm­
example.
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been
added
to this popular institute less to mankind and domestic animals. It can
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be inhaled or eaten with imyunity. -ijt bears
To ascertain bow many boys utb
LATIXG TC ’
• 1 This spirit of enterprise cannot fail to draw
street—open a barrell of apples/ I
the testimony of eminent disinterested chem­
Agricnlturet kngliiig, Bees, Bleaching forth the well-wishes of the public.
To ascertain how many niggere--4ei
ists that it is
Book-k epiug. growing.
Cotton Culture.
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coaple of chickens running around loo
Crocheting, Carving, Ctlolera, Cooking. r; Address for all information,
FREE FROM POISON •js
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To ascertain how many Radioals-tn
Calico
Printrnzi
Confectionery,
¡phery,
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aho manhzizwl
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a Bhe
manhood. ■
osiuve sat
sat-
No article has ever given such positive
Dialysis, De-
Dieea-tes, Diary, Dentistr •y, "
VINSONHALER & DE LAGUNiA,
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isfaction in its use.
tillition,
calcottjaDia, Dyeing, D.iBtila»M
V>., Enamel-
Its reputation is well known.. It^ls easily
I.iug, Engraving, Electro-Plating, Electro­
When it was announced that Grant
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and
readily used—directions accompany eacli
typing, fciah Culture, Farriery, Food, Flower
nominated, a Galena delegate exc ai
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flask. Beware of counterfeits.
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Gardening, Eire works. Ga«! Metres, Gilding, ’
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Green hides has |ra
‘'Green
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with relief
relief : :— “
The genuine has the signature of E. L yon ,
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Glass«Health, Horsemanship, Inks, Jewel?
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_ M rs . H arriet B eecher S towe , now re­
and
the private stamp of D emas B arnes & Co«
Ids’ Paste, KnUtrng. Knots, Lithography,
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We, the undersigned, merèhants and bus­
siding in Florida, thus ¿fiikes up her tes-
Menj^ntiie Calfulatiobs, Medcine, Miscei- iness men’of San Franciser, California, are Anything else of thi^ kind is an imication or
The Willamette Valley..
counterfeit. Any d^nggist will procure th«
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The Oakland Transe cipt has the follow aneous Receipts, MetalTin-gy, Mezzotints, at the present time,employing men who have genuino if you insist you will have no other. !
< il Colors, pil^Painjting, DerfumerF, Pas­ completed the prescribed course of study at
“The Southern people are no more in,
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Sold1 by all druggists and dealers on the
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remarks
on
thb
Willamette
Va]ldy,
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try; Petroleum,: Pickling, PoBons and An? the Pacific Business College, and we. take
eiined to resist the laws or to 1 foster the
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Pacific Coast.
the spirit of rebellion than Vermont is It will be seen that Yamhill’ County is the tidotes, Poticbomania Proof-Reading, Pot­ pleasure in stating that we have found then)
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tery, 'P^sejviog, Photography, Pyrotech­ well posted in accountantship and the gen­ •- f»
They desire only peace and the restora­
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named.
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nics, Rural
Roral and. Domestic-,Economy,
Domestic -, Economy, Sugar eral principles of business, showing conclu­
tion of the Union.” WWfBl
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Raisipg,
Sdveji^g,
Silk and 1 Silk- sively that they have been subject to a
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The
population
of
Oregon
at
thi^
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Worms, Sorgblnh Tobacci Culture, , Tan-
Tan­ thorough drill in those important matters
MEXICAN
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is hardly more than eighty
thousand
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MUSTANG
VafnisMea,
Veg- Uy experienced and competent instructors.
ning, Trees, T/legraphing , ”
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five mill-
mill­ eta le Gardening, Weight»' 'and Measures,
ipable of easily sustaining five'
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Pke-cheerfully recommend the College as
the price of liberty.” : 'i i ' ' Í il '^11 ■ I1 '
ions. . Tbe great valley
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of the Wallamet, Wines, Etc.,JSd.
being in our Opinion, an institution of in- lit Is an admitted fact that the ¡Mexican
As it is: Internal revenue is the lying between the Coast Range and the
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trirjsic merit, and Well worthy of the con- Mustang Lmhnent performs more ^urcs
pures i*
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pri^e of liberty,
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■ itself
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of
Carefully
.Revised
And
Re-Written,
ideno'4
and
support
of
the
community.
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shorter
time,
on
mau
and
beast,
than
any arU*
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THE
supporting a —
million
inhabitants,
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oman
&
Co.,
n
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cle
ever U1SCU»
discovered
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Improvement^!
t
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t^ahd Discoveries up to date
No enmpnund.has^evej^bcen iuvent^l to
[tn the impeachment, corruption inves­ one of the most fertile and pr
useful and efficacions in curing.
*•' J.‘ H. C oghill & Co. -
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tigation] One Qf the Managers, in reply to regions pn the globfe.
glob
It is the Qonoma
SoitE T hroat •4
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k.
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rior
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R heumatism ,
¿igafijtlcif
¿ale,
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a question as to the probsbluleDgth of the valley of California, on a ;
JANUARY.
d i
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S tiff aad W eak J oints , B uk ^S t
C ontinental L tvk I ns . C o ,
Tbl» is onetp ’ the best selling books of
investigation, said: “L do not know; we and from one eniLto the other, though
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B ruises ,
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\Y m . B. C oócb & Co •»
have sent out a number of sobpenas, but we sparsely settled and poorly cultivated, ig the age. Hav| iold'opwarJs of six hundred
s
or
w
f
OUNBS,
i
r .r 1
S prains ,
F rerit C uts
I. D inkelspbil ,
•
-cannot get the witnesses to attend. At one teeming with agricultural wealth*; ^The copies in a single,county.
S wellings ,
P eck & T ürnh «/
For fully particulars, address ■>
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time there were no less than <en certificates
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L$. V aw AV’ ixxle .
of physician on our table, stating that the single county of Yamhill is capable of Bus­ - WlkxCitlFllUN DEPARTMENT ‘
Or any other complaints requit n;àn exto-r- .
's,', and if
witnesses we had summoned were all sick taining a hundred thousand peoffie
application.
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of dysentery, and could not i possibly ap- offers scarcely an obstruction to the I; pl0WS H. n. IÏA VÎ ROFT M: CO
.
FOR HORSES /
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Fiual
ffiettlemeut.;
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man. The farms confaio from JI hun­ I
pear.-—N. Y. Tribune.
San Francisco
(tis an'indfepeh^abfeihd vafflMji remedy in
L
In County Court. Yamhill County, Ore­
t ’of
thousand
acres,
'ahd
dred
to
three
j
C
alifornia
.
after
Novem-
lea, and you’ll all have
all cases of Spavm, Splint Rm^-Bon^Wipd- I
gon, July Term, 19^.
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Pf 8.—In-making application for terri V
course, are
UVUIDO,
OkV not
UVU half
uau cultivated
LUIH«UVCU ; , Mnc
indeed,
nd how
com'*«
Uhii
t ■*!> In f
now on this day 'com
”« Andrew
Aswvw Galls, Bruises, Strains &C.
tier next
Oregon farming is in a very backward con-. t°i >ry, please ¿amo "sewral counties* that
« a j -
a i
r nitowjriip
Shuck, Executor of the last will end tes­
It should bp kept in even house»- <n ’ o
an
pOrtio{> wool
ould be acceptable to canvass.
dition, because of the oost pf • fcwus
tsanspo.
tament
of Jacob
Shuck,
deceased
an-1 and
Ji'e» files
tament
of Jacob
Shuck,
deceased
and stable,, AecMentsTWT Wifc* I^rcuipt-*
J The following somewhat' pungent para­ its products to market. Thia un
unfavorable
S3O,rR£WAItI> !
favo
bis account for the final sett'.emeir. of the ncss
ness ia efficacy.
eiuc»«y.
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_ —T Journal
—
graph from the Louisville
indicates
Alt geauincr is wrapped in steei-pmte en-
sitution is
about
to
be
remedied
;
the
is
said deceased’s estate.
It is therefore.j
i
¿Strayed
fro^jl.the
Maloof
place
near
Mo
j. unmistakably that the editor of that paper Wallamet rivet* larger thnnMiheJ'^ !
laera Mkwiv ille, a dsfk browu piare over 15 hands ordered that^ald account be beard and ‘•aid
oes not enté
entertain a very higbt Opinion o
does
, August, v
T- graving?, bearing the signaWre of G^ AV.
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1&>8.
mento, runs through the centre oft e val- high, with a drack in one fere' foot ; with estate settled in-tbis Court, ¿riven
IM
, Ben.
rtu. Butler • :
thereof be
Íce mereui
um Ji
gncu to
w all
«»«» per-
j»»-» yV«etbrook.Qbe,“,ilt* aiU^J !! ur! ate IT. 8.
ley ; two railroads are now t>eing co struc threa smalk abjirs on rigb} shoulder ; she and that police
The
present
managers
of
the
housoMM
,te
bv
fonr
weeks
«
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estate by fonr weeks I -tamp of D emj A tlAwi» Cb.’Ovqrfthe top.
sons ihterC&tpi
J
waif! four years old last Epimg. She has a __
representatives is a thief and a woman. ted* at equal distances,
distances, one
one on
on eit^i
eit
An effort Las be?n made to counterfeit m
ppblioation of notice ill the 1 LaFayette
mkne, and i i pnbiioajioi
— ■ short heavy neck, w itb short
wbipper.
He is cross-eyed, cross -grained, from Portkod.to the California bon
f
Loqkph»el>7
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ourier ,
falls on both ^ides ofher neck. I will pay C
'—2 is
2 j a- that in a little while this great dispi
ffits cross-legged and cross-armed, . and
I
Stores;
in
eveiy
Soft
by
aHDruggisti
and
$t^in
every
F »
J.W. COWLS
1
dior her, recovery.
orueo-hre*d between t I bear and rwine. ’ ment to industry will disappear.
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town and mining f imp, oh the
th Pacific Cui*
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County Judge,
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