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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1872)
I mprovement of the Y amhill .
—At the latq sessiion oÇ the Leg
islature a Jbint Memorial was
A new ware house is building.
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13, i 1872
M. 1C. Church So« th.
> ». T. WEATHERLY,
Fine oak grove on hotel block.
Appointments for tafayette Circuit i
Happy Valley, Fira 3abbath.
West Chebalem, Th’rcl
44 4 I
. • J ob W ore
We have recent ly received
direct from the East an additional supply
oC new Job Material which enables us to
defy competition in the line of Cards,
1 Programmes, Blanks, Bill-heads Letter-
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I * ‘r Hw j i
A. C. Martin
movemet isnqw on foot to press the
matter upon the attention of Con
The new saloon did not apply
gress by petition and ta? toi this
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end a meeting is called to assem-
James Thomas secured a whisky licence. ble at McMinnville, on Monday,
December 28111 after which I meet-
Pigeon table exercises at Tbot
ing will be held elsewhere with a
view to a vigorous representation
of flour is ship*
principally from of our needs <in the premises.
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A gricultw ra ¿S tudents . —Uy
to the river.
der an ament ¿lent to the Agri-
r store house
know who will occnpy it.
John W. Baker has just moved in fre
Streets will be
Dr Littlefield is postmaster.' ,
Gen. Davidson officiates as ticket agent
Three dollars fare to Portland.
table in T hi
C ourier .
Ben Holladay visited
John Perkins has lumber on the ground
Mr. Smith late of Lafayette, has black
The Sociable and Oyster Supper at the
once participated in, is never forgoittm
The arrangements were complete ahd sat
Mrs. H<m. A. R
, Burbank. aided by Misses LilzieLarge
Laura Crisman. Ellie Carey, Jane Nelson
and Mrs. Saltania Powell, dirfcted the af
fair with consumate tact apd ability and
with a view to the splendid success which
it will always stand to their credit that
they so abundantly achieved Tbe attend-
ance was large, comprising old, young,
middle-aged, married, single, maid and
batcbelor, each vieing with the 1 other in
tuaking tbe occasion a pleasant iemrion
«uxi profitable Corning together.
Sweet music was discoursed by Silas G.
violiuMt, and a succ<*.'ion of
young ladies who took turns at the melo
deon. The amusiug game of?• drop tbe
handkerchief ” was indulged in. not alone
by the youngsters and little ?una, lor we
noticed gray headed sires fleeing around
the ring under the lash in the bands of
eoeie fair damsel—or mother as the case
might be. At a late boar the* assemblage
dispersed—each one composing it uo doubt
feeling better for haring attended it. Tbe
receipts aggregate $40 75 which sum
will about liquidate tbe
1 walk indebtedness.
A Merry and Enjoyable Time—Splen
ment, Etc., Etc.
Court House on Wednesday night was
one of those enjoyable occasions which
smith shop in blast.
A butcher shop has been put up.
Citizens would like te bavtfroad straight
to Lafayette opened.
Will only cost the Company two dollars
a month to publish time table it would
be a convenumce to the patrons of the
cultural College Jaw passed at
the Jatc session of the Legislature
a • Ì A >
each Senator’i? authorized to
ignate two: students to ivail tl
selves of the advantages
lege affords. Formerly cadi i
Senator migt t designate one
dent only. 1 tîon. J. W] C
Senator for Yamhill county
forms us tbi
and desires applications from
sons resident ‘of the county,
plicants miwt be 16 years of
The Agricultural College is 1
cd at Corvall s.
Britton who latelv
jon out at St. Joe
mtion of going to
ar ted on his way,
lay to Mr. Burbank,
¡ balance due him of
ritton got as far as
Portland, sent his baggage aboard
line billiard table in the place.
The new salloon has chahged
Bri I ton is going east.
iig the sights, and
j one of the many
which abound in
id, according to re-
s, “went wrough against the
pi *1|J Burbank telegraphed
ortlandlartd had the wohld
F east of G ood
brought and deposited upon our
table yesterday morning a large
basket plethoric with the good
things of the land in the way ol
edibles, ¡Cakes, pies, cookies, etc.
etc., do now abound in our house
hold. ! Thanks.
T himou —M rs. ' A.
Carter, in 1850 stood on its original site
until a few years since when it was sold
> to J. T. Hembree, Esq.. and by him re
moved to give place to tbe nice structure
-now occupied by Mrs. Carey. Since its
removtil it bus stood near the rear end
of Mr. Crisman's store hoi use an the cor-
ner of main and Jefferson streets until a
few days since .when Mr, H . bad it pull-
t Moar, sen deceased
HEREBY GIVEN Til
tig tied has been appoi;
r tlite Estate of John M
11 persons having claims
5 are required to pre
»er voncl»er»<, to the uw
residence in Dayton,
Mrs. Burbank brought into onr office
an exhibit showing that, from t’ e net pro-
fe» j I
Ibe festival, the total indebted-4
MH on tbe Academy side walk bad been
liquidated, and the balance was premised
we since learn,
Pan Conway was arrested in Portland
by the police at the instance of Sheriff
Bird, and brought back to this (dace to
answer to an indictment for an assault
with a deadly weapon upon the person of
Han Forrest. He is now in jail.
Hotel in this place is hav
than has been accorded
this place for a long tii
W. C. 1
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A F reight M uddle .—The other evening
after the arrival of the freight train at St,
Joe, Mr. A. R. Burbank hired a team and
went out to the drpot to receive certain
merchandise that came up that trip. For
some reason the cars containing freight
remained locked with no one to open and
deliver. Gen. Davidson, the freight agent,
Mid he would not handle freight and that
the company bad withdrawn all help from
! REPAIRED by
ixt, L afayette .
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$king fi bin !
. with the assurance of
to $5,000 per annum,can
itkm with an agenev for
of works bv .HENRY
. WILLIAM’ CULLEN
IT BEECHER STOWE,
fculars to J. B. FORD
or 339 Kearny street,
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ent by mail, prepaid
e Dutch Bulb»
peem|to be tbe business of all of ua. Let
some enterprising lady who baa tbe time
is generally highly spoken
rd down and hauled to bis ! fesidcnee to
be reconstructed into a wood bouse.
This relic of the past was • substantially
A scoundrel named Pascal Snitb lately
built, in close imitation of an antiquated
order of architecture. Thus one by one enticed a young lady of this county, nam
ol tbe old land marks of early Oregon ed Ellen Shaddon, into flying witn him.
pass out of view to be seen and remem They brought up in San Francisco where
the girl soon found herself, deserted and
bered no more.
"’H i' ¡j ¡i;; destitute.
Have tba people of Lafayette and f es
pecially that portion allied to tbe M. E.
Prof. W. E. Adams music teacher, will ; ^French Ga
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congregation here enterprise enongh to attend his class in this place on Tuesday
pa|pt the parsonage ? Tbe Cbureh house evening next.
ei b| Jfa«.
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ft in sad want of repainting I This would
to spare start subserption for this pur*,
pose and press it with energy and perse-'
▼erance and the requisite funds will be
jgitive locked up.
hes been paid in. thus canceling the. whole.
D emolished at L ast .—The dwelling
house erected in tins place by Thomas
S amuel H. T ixdell .
WheUt, best white
Onta, V bushel...
Corn Meal |l ft..
Flour best, it sa.cl
Bunk wheat FloUrj
Ilay, $ toa.U.. .<
27ie six classi
r one year grafted
its, Fruit Stocks,
Lewis is considerably above
e violinist of this country.
ol and Evergreen
Vines, House and
IjMiss Edith O’Gorman concluded
not to “do” Lafayette before quit
ting our shores. She ventured out
to Hillsboro but returned from
there to Portland. We had an
elaborate dish of Eastern newspa
per extracts to salute her with had
she concluded to come this wav.
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the most complete
Prepared by mail,
my çddreu, also
SON, Old Colony Nurseries
y * virtue of a decree of fore *
closure in the above entitled caute,
and an execution duly issued thereon for
the sum of (42,157 80) Twenty-one huodrel
and fifty-seven and 80-100 dollars IL 8. Gold
Coin, and the sum of Eleven bunched and
seventy dollars (41,170 00) Currency; and
costoand disbursements of suit, I have levied
on ana will proceed to >«¡1, at public audio n
to the highest bidder fur U. 8. coii ana <ra )
repey in accordance with said decree u
foreclosure, in front of the Court Houaddo o
in Laftyette, Yamhill equity, Oregon, th
real estate beremalter deaermed, on
acres adjoining the town.
Considerable crossing on free bridge.
The C hristian M k & knger is a first-cl
family newspaper. Seat to any addr
until Jan 1, 1874. for $2.
Addiess Wells Drury. Publisher,
A lfred W. S towell
between the hours of 9 o’clock a. aa. and 4
o’clock p. m. of said day, all the right, title
and interest of tbe said Samuel H. Tiudeli,
et al.’ kn and to tbe following real property
as described in said decree of furedoauro,
te wit:, That piece or parcel of land situa
ted itt Yamhill county, State of Oregcm, and
known and described on the official Hats hi
the Surveyor General’a office of Oregon, aa
Claim Number sixty (00) in T. 4 8. R. 3 Vv.,
and Notifiestiou Number 1,020. except 260
seres off the west end of said Claim; to be
sold to satisfy said execution, costs and M-
lAhyette, Nov. M, 1472.
Sherif Yamhill eoaaty.
WrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
La virtue of an execution iasacd oat of Um
Hon. Circuit Court, of the State of Oregon, for
the coupty of Yamhill, and to me directed
by the Clerk uf said Court, iu favor of C.
Brown A Co., Plaintiffs, ai|d against Jana
Armstrong, Defendant, 1 have, this 21st day
of Novembsr, 1072, levied, upon the follow
ing de-cribed Ileal Estate ak the property
of s^d Defendant, to wit: An those certain
tracts of Land situated, lying and being in
Yamhill county Oregon, and more particu
larly bounded and described aa follows:-
Notification Number 1,264, surveyed, and
designated on the Maps and Plato of the
United States as Claim Number 72, being
parte qf Sections 33, 34 and 35, in T. 4 8. R.
4 W.,Snd Claim Number 61, being parte ef
Section.« 2, 3, and 4 in T. .5 8. R. 4 West, be
ing bounded and described as follows, te
wit: .Beginning at a point North 83 degrees
East seven chains and thirty links distant
from s point 13 chains and Ml links South
of the North East corner of tJio South Eaat
quarter of Section 34. in T. 4 8. R. 4 West
and running thence South 83 degrees West
103 chit ins and fifty links: thence South 14
degrees and 30 minutas East 29 chains and
20 links; thence East 23 chains and 30 links;
thenco South 25 degrees East 40 chains;
thence South 72 degrees East 12 chains and
50 links; tlieuce North 73 degrees Esu>t 71
chains; thence North 23 degrees 30 minutes
West 64 chains and 90 links to the placé of
beginning, in the District of Land subject to
sale at Oregon City, Oregon, containing
«»441 and 94-100 acres; and also Notification
Number 5,78 », Certificate 461, known and
designated in the Surveys and Plats of the
United States as the Fractional South half
of thè North East quarter of Section 34;
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Fractional South half of the N. W. quarter
RETAIL DRUGGISTS, of Section 34; Fractional North half oi the-
South: East quarter of Section 34; Fraction
al South West quarter of Section 34; Frac
tional North West qt;*rter of the South
West quarter of Section 35: Fractional
South East quarter of the North East quar
ter of Section 33; Fractional North East
quarter of the South East quarter of Sec
tion 33. in T. 4 S. R. We-t, 4 of «heWillam
ette Meridian, coutiiuing one hundred and
fifty-nine and 53-100 acres; and also the fol
lowing described premises, to; wit: Lots
Numbers 3, 4, 5 and 6 and the North West
quarter of the South Weat quarter and P eu t h
Webt quarter of tbe North West quarter af
Section 3, and Lot I of Section 4 tn T. 5 8.
R. 4 West, containing one hundred and fifty-
four and 34-100 acres; and also Land Claim
57~|ymg within tbe following metes
and bounds, on the South bank of the Yam
iVOO-DS AND STUFFS,
W IN DOW GLASS bill river and more particularly bounded
and described as follows, to wit: Beginning
at the Sonili East corner of Richard Booth’s
and Margaret Booth's Claim, ruuningthence
West Î4J0 chains to a stake on the line be
tween C. B. Hawley’s and the said Boothe’
Claim; thence south on line between said
Hawley's and Boatta' Claims 2 chains;
tliehce west on south line of said Booths’
Claim to the center of said Yamhill river;
thence following down the meanderings in
the Center of said Y'ainhiil river to where
said I Booths’ east line crosses said river;
thence south on said east line to tbe place
beginning, containing 42j acres mor« or
fess,.‘a 11 lying in Sections 34 and 35 in T. 4
PATENT ARTICLES. 8. Bi 4 Weat.
' Add also the following described real es
tate; to wit; Beginning at the sonth east
cornier of Claim Number 72. in T. 5 south
of Base Line Range 4 West of Willamette
CHE MIC AI A-
Meridian. Thence north 2.1
23 degrees 30 min
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utes west 19 chains and W links; thence
south 75 doç ?ree3 30 minute* east 11 chains
and 40 lia ks; thence south 4 degrees 30
minutes west 39 chains; thence north 85 de
greçs 30 minutes west 27 chains and 69 links;
thence south 4 degrees 30 minutes west I
chains; thence west 7.» chains and 8 Hnks:
tbetice north 312 chains; tbenoe east 37
cliains and 50 links; thence south 70 degrees
90 minutes east 12 chains; thence nerth 73
degrees east 71 chains to the place of begin
v«<, Pepper, Nutmeg«, Albples, ning, coiit.iining 153 acres. And also all
mon Klinger, 8odaAsh, Seda
that certain piece or parcel of land lying
¡cart; Saltpeter, Curling’s
and being in tne county of YamhilfoOregou,
Citrate of Magnesia
knpwn and designate ! as follows, to wit»«—
BWtag.ia T. 5. S. R. 4 west, and beginning
at a pout north 14 degrees east ftom Charles
M. Johnson’s south east corner of laud
Claim, 45 chains, said beginning poat being
north wed 8 links from aa oak tesa tore
feet in diameter; thence north 14 degrees
east 35.73 chains to post on Mrs. Bsftia’i
wèst Ime; thenee north 4 degrees west 13.
51 chains oa Mrs. BuAuu’s wort Boato poeti,
thence^rest 51J0 chains to poet la center
berry Pectoral, Sarsaparilla ol slough; thence tooth 9 degrees west $7.
, Hair Vigorator, and Cathar- 70 chains up the said slough to post; thenee
south 56j degrees east 55.51 chains to fee
Sanative Pills, Expectorant, place of beginning, containing 115 and 40-00
Itoruati!>, , Ague Mixture, Vermifugo«, acres of land. The said land hereinbefore
(c fete fl
xiWNS .EY’8 Indian Toothache Aae described contains in all an agovegato of
1,22 » and 73-100 acres, and on
CQVILLE'S Blood aad Lver Sypp.
f. fiall’ i Balsam for the Lung.
lOTT'S-Sugar Coated Pill
KEB’8 rFinegar Bitters.
E A 81<VBN’S Family I)ya*
d manjf other Proprietary Articles,
des tberabove apecialitiee, we keep a
isortme^t of all the »leading Patent
into o r?the coa«L ¡>
er« wBefind our atoek large end wflj
SMITH A DAVIS,
, YamhiRCo., OtcgM.