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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1872)
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-• R ussell C aught .-—The yonng man,
Russel, was brought to this place on
Wednesday afternoon in the custody of
Mr. T. B. Nelson wh^' had captured him
on the trail between Oakland and Port
Orford. Though? the accused bad two
days the start of bim, Mr. Nelson, by
dint oHgreat e| strgy
over-hauled biih ha 'above stated. Too
much credit can l hot
be ' bestowed
Mr. Nelson for r P his
a great malefa»
’actor determined upon es-
caping. And it
"i may be said that the
ra^il was on a cold trail, as
most of the
all 1 public places
the fleeing part;
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on the route
qf his flight. The accused,,
Russell, confessed hiis guilt and impllca-
ted a man named Thomas r Markam, of
Chebalem Vai! ©if/.who was immediately
arrested by the Sheriff, upon that officer
being apprised of the Tacts in the case.
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The examination of T ros.'Markbanipm
plicated in tt > burning of) Williaiutpu7©
I SherifTs_ Sale.
CORRETED wkekly .
D avid *T »nvnuis
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Y VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT AN1>
Wheat. Bei at white, <10 bushel.... 70 .J
Oats, ^9 hi
fore/losure of mortgage in the abata
. M. K. Church South.
Corn Meal [ 39 lb
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«□titled Ktit. made and antereh of record in
^ac^ (k barrel). 1 25..
L and S lide -J-D etenti on of T rain «.—• Flour.best,
the Circuit Court, of the Sti ato of Oregon,
R. T. WEATHERLY, PASTOR.
The train due [here at ; 1 o’clock, yeker- Bran ton..... ’
’..IQ 00.7./.'. for Yamlull county, and an n| execution ia
th croan, .
Appointm^ats for Lafuyette Circuit as fol
...12 00©15.. out of said Court and to me directed in'fav
day, encounter l^d a la >i|i» slide beyond Hay, «’ton........
or of said Plaintiff, David Thompson, and
Cornelius wh^ch detain ed it until it was
against càid Defendant, Jane Armstrong,
Happy Valley, Firs Jabbath.
nearly .dark when it got through.
the suffi of. Nine Thousand, Tbtae Hun
Sugai, San Francisco refined, Xb.ll» 15
dred and Twelve Dollars, 119.312) U.
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West Cbehalem, .Third “
The Christmas Tree b )re us fruit mete
Gold Coin,with interest thereon from tho
14th day df Nov., 1872 ,at the rate of one
for—oiir palace in the shapi? of a cake oT
per cent, per month, in like Gold Coin, and
cafossal pro étions, of the daintiest Tea; plack,
the furlheil sum of Fifty Dollars Attorney
Foe, and fífsty-six and 25-100 dois, costa and
J ob W ork .—We have recently received
25 disbun ments of Suit, I have levied on and
4, . ’n»
Coffee, Costa rì
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direct from the East an additional supply
will proceed to sell at public auction, io the
Thé mails from
the r north were. on
bidder for U. 8. Gold Coin in ac
of new Job Material which enables us to
Wednesday/ either no|t I brought up or
cordance With said execution and decree oí
defy competition in the line of Cards,
Forecl-sure, in front of the Court House
8alt,iCarmen Inland, $cwt
eísp passed; on öontb í.ro n St. Joe.
door, in J,afayetto, Yamhill county, Ore
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Programmes, Blank«, Bill-heads, Letter
For some ròafljon thel’ortland dalies bave
gon, the real estate hereinafiar described,
not reached |his placo tyr ^wo days.
FRITTS, VEGETABLES, ETC.
Wbat’s : the inciter?
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1 o’clock p. m. of s^jd day, all the right, ti
Walling, at Amity, has apple trees,
© 16J tle and interest of ‘the said Defendant
T he C htistm ^ i ! T ree .—On Tuesday
The Yamhill; river is Ut a, high stage at
cherry trees, pear trees and plum trees,
. 29© 25
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Jane Armstrong in and to iho following
evening lust, on the occasion of the Christ present with prospect hat it will* con* PiuC
real; property as. described in said de(?ree
with a large assortment of nut and orna-'
mas Tree Festival, the Church was filled tinue to riso
of foreclosure? to wit:
mental shrubbery for sale cheap,
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Alllhpso oertain tracts of land situated, ,
with a dense throngof onr townsfolk of
lying and being in Yamhill ceundy, Oregon,
all ages and conditions. Three trees
aud more partienlaily bounded and descri- :
Beef, fresh, V ft>
The C hristian M k ^ knuur is a tirst clasa
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1,264, surveyed and
family newspaper. Sent to any address degrees of value. Numerous incidents
and Plats of the
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Pork, fresh, ft> Xb.
uatil Jau 1, 1874, for $2.
of the distribution provoked the heartiest
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Addtem Wells Drury, Publisher, •
4 S. R.
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Baqon, hams P' ft»
blage tjroka up and «11 weht their way
' 7 sugar cnrwd
being bounded and described as follows, to
rejocteg. W© believe I that Mrs, A. R. Bur-
wit: Beginning at a point north 83 degrees,
•ast neven chains and thirty links distant
bank was the leading spirit in tho get up
from a point 13 chains aud 89 links south of
Ct^ckfcns, dressed, each,
of the affair.
north east cernir of the south east
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC.
. .3 00©4 00 quarter
of Section 34, iu T. 1 8. R. 4 West,
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BUTTER, EOOSi ETC.
X hk N ew D rug S tore - Dr. Lit lie
thence south 83 degrees west
193 chains and fifty links; tbonce south 18
, fresh rolls,
, A N ovel V erdict .—In the case of field has tho completest assortment of
degrees and 30 minutes east 29 chain* and
packet!, ......... • vf-. • . .©
H©ary vs. Robertson, at the late Special I drugs, medicines, jjalnta, oils, dye stuffs,
links; thence east 23 chains and 30 links;
1 Califorbi* .......... .
south 25 degrees and 40 chains;—
isthmus . ............ i.
Term, a somewhat curious point was in staple nrtieles, iffuaic, musical Instru
degrees cast 12 i chains and 50
fît ib ■ ‘ C^eese/Oregon
volved, and a more singular verdict was ments; etc., etc., oyer offered to the Yam
north , 73 degrees east 71
H. R.. 4TTLEFH
chains; thence north 23 degr
“ 30 minute»
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rendered by the jury. It seems that. hill public. Call at his store In St. Joe
the place of
s®iue years since, Henry sold to Robert? and examine for yvuraelvea.
ot land subject to
sale at Oregon City, Oregon, contoVmg 640
son a certain peice of land taking bis
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W here ib the Spiooi. M oxey ?—Under
9440CÍ acres; and also Notification 5,-
note (borofor. Robertson proceeded to
Certificate 461. known and designated
occapy and improvo the land, and made
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m the surveys and plats of the United State»
Lhrd oil $ gallon
‘d from various
as the Fractional south half of the, nojth.
one or two payments thereon, it finaly mense
quarter of Section 34; fractional south
first term has
tran» pi rod that Henry had no legal right sources. Prof. RaiidalFs
he if of the north west quarter of Section
Tallow, $ ft»....
..... are presented
34; fractional - north half of tho sonth east.,
to sell the premises, and could not, there- , expired; wbereu ppp bills
tvoot HIDES, ETC
Toi et Arricien, 'i I !
quarter of Section 34; fractional south west
fore, make title thereto. The purchaser
Wool, $ Tb.l. ..
quarter of: Section 34; fractipnal north west
quarter of the souih west quarter of Section
from Henry, subsequently to ascertain
Rides, dry, each. .
-fractional; south east quarter of the
green, salted, each.
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ing that he could get no title from bim,
east1 quarter of Section 33; fractional
Yambill county would ,do itself credit
north east quarter o the south e. qr Sec. 33
eeased payments and made terms with
skiue. « wool on, each.,.
by filly testifying, on behalf of the peo A Complete Assortment io
in T. 4 S. R. 4 We<t of the Willamette Me
th? owner In fee of the land whereby be
ridian, containing one huàdrcd and fifty-
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ple. its appreciation of the extraordinary,
nine aud 53 109 acres; and also the follow
«onllnues in possession. Henry brings
tact and energy dieplayed by T. B, Nel
ing described premises, to wit: Lots Num
««ill tor balance due on potè for the pur
bers 3, 4,6 and 6 and the north west quar
son in arresting and bripging inthe man
ONRÖE «Sc STAIGER,
chase, which, with accrued interest.
ter of the south west quarter and the sputh
Dealers in west quarter of tire north west quarter of-
Amounts to upwards of (wo hundred d J-
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Section 3,-and-Lot 1 of Section 4 in T. 5 S.R.
G rand N kw Y ear ’« B all .—The Apollo
Urv. Robertson pleads a want of consid
West, containing one hundred and fifty-
Minstrol Troupe Md billed ?to give anoth-
and 31-100 acres; and also Land Claim
eration, and interposes a counter claim
er one of their concerts on New, Year’s
No. 57 lying within the following metes and
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for amount paid oq purchase and for im
bound4, on south bank of the Yamhill river
night, with tHitire change of; programme. i The Celeb
«& HAMLIN I
and more particularly bounded and descri
provements. Henry pleads that he sold
.. ■ ( . bed a-5 fajllows, to wit: Beginning at the
performance there will be a Organ.
After (be p
the land,but made no agreement to ex -
Heaxl and Foot Stones, south casi'cpruer of Richard Booth’s and
grand ball. The ¡finest music in the ' The TAY1
Margaret Booth's Claim,: running thenc©
K cute a del ®. AfteT argument pro and
country will be in attendane^
west 218/chains to stake on the line be
con by Judge Boise, on one side and
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tween C. B. Hawley’s and said. Booths*
AllFORNIA, VERMONT AND ITALIAN Claim; thence south on a line between said
. Judge Ramsey on the other, the jury re
J. Il: olds, Esq., proprietor of AComplctq
1 uh t rumen ts,
Stock <>f Sin
Hawley’s and Booths’ Clitims 2 chains:—
tired, and soon- came to a conclu
i uch as
west on south liña of said Booths
the Eagle hotel, has the contract
sion. Some of the jury were in favor of
the center of said \ YamhilJ rivsr;^
down the n eanderings in
finding for the plait tiff and others for the
Yamhill river to where»
defendant, fpr sums varying in amount. tween Lafayette and St. I Joe, as . '
said Booths’ past line crosses said river;—
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thence south on said east line to the place
The preliminaries were settled by deduct* also between Dayton and Portland.
Branch Shop at Albany. '
klOLlN. BANJO, obl ÍUJ8 STBINGSt
of beginning, containing 42| .acres moro or
ihg the lesser from the greater aggregate
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less,all ying in 8ecs. 34 and 35, ia T. 4 S. B.
M r . J os . Henderson, has accepted a i Of the best quality cons tinfly on , haod, as n I ‘p:
sum. The question was soon settled then
by dividing the remainder by twelve, and position in the Light House at Cape Dis
tate, 4o wit: Beginning at the south east
Call'and eximin^. All itdcrs promptly
agreeing upon the quotient as the bas s of appointment, and took his departure for
corner of Claim a Number 72, in T. 5-south of
Base Line. Range 4 Wost of Willamette Me
the verdiot, giving the plaintiff $68. The the scene of operations’on Wednesday
Thence north 23 degrees 30 minute*
Court very promptly set aside the verdict morning;
west 19 chains and 50 link^ tironeo south 75
30 minutes east 11 ©bains aud 40
agd ordered a new trial, which will come
II this metliod of saying that I have done busi degrees
south 4 degrees 3o minutes
he EARTnquAKE.il*-We prepared an
*p at the Spring Term.' Tbe Court held
ness in IAfayette many years, and that I west 39 ehains; thence north 85 degrees 30
have emfcr.vored to act uprightly with the minutes west 27 chains and 60 links; thence
that th© plaintiff was entitled to tbe full elaborate item last week wiiioh was left
public generally, and my customers particu south 4 degrees 30 minâtes west 5 chains;—
* f«c© of his demand, or élse nothing. We
I can only account for Feekeris con thence west 79 chains and 8 links; thenc©
ing” in Lafayette, tho shock being very
may|uot be entirely correct in our state distinctly
the premises on the hypothesis that north 12 chains; thenoe east 27 chains aud.
felftiere. . ■ '
FOR A SHAVE, YOUR HAIRCUT IN he fears fa;r and manly competition and there 60 links; thence south 70 degrees and 90>
ment of the conduct of tbe jury, but have
F THE LATEST STYLE, FOil A GOOD
fore hasfesorted to cowardly falsehood to minutes east 12 chains; thence north 73de
given It as we got it. The whole oase in-,
BATH AND YOUR ’ WIIÎSKEH8
destroy his rival.
B. HARRIS., grees east 71 chains to tin place of begin
Steamboats reach Sampson’s wharf reg I
ning, cod taming 153 acres. And
And. also all
clnding its finale, we conclude is a novel
ularly now. i Tbe»boating
Tbe»botiUn season has not
and being in the county of Yamhill, Oregon
before been as backward within the
ii —GO TOg- -,
known and designated a«
as follows, to witt
The trial of Wilson charged memory of the “oldest inhabitant.”
Being iniT, 6 8.
S. R. 4 west, and beginning
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with an asaault with • intent to For the;
T. H. DUPUIS’
M. Johnson’s south east corner of’ land
LEANED AND REPAIRED by
the benefit of our sporting , freinds
Claim, 45 chains, said beginning post beiag
W. O. ÖEDWLLL, L a FAYBTTE.
this issue of
kill was continued at the late spec we publish tiiq
north west 8 links from an oak tree two feet
in diameter; thence north 14 degrees east
ial term of our Circuit Court on
|A First Class Business.
35.73 chains to post on Mrs. Ruffum’s west
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For reliable men, with the assurance of line; thence north 4 degrees west 13.54
the motion of the prosecution. solves
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$2j000 to $5,000 p cr annum, can chains on Mrs. Buffum’s west line to post;
connection with an agency for thence west 51.20 chains to post io center
And now arises the question
We hopejobn to seie boau'belonging to
the exclusive sale of works by HENRY of slough; thence south 9 degrees west 17.-^
whether or not the accused can be the new navigation Company landing at *1 !
WARD BEECHER, WILLIAM CULLEN 70 ohains qp the said siough to post; thence
HARRIET BEECIIER STOWE, south 56} degrees east 55.51 chains to the
legaly tried in this county at all. our wharf. Let the people encourage
Ac. Write for particulars to J. B. FORD placq of beginning, containing 175 and 40
A Co,¿New York, or 339 Kearny
street, 100 acres of land. The said land hereinbe
LAFAYfe TTE ACADEMY
By an act of the late Legislature this enterprise;
41 41 w4
fore described contains in all an a aggregate
of 1,225 and 78-100 acres; to be sold to sat
The ballai A. H. Roberts, on Christmas
Tillamook county was cut off from
isfy said execution and accruing costs.
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Eve, wäs a^uccçssiul and pleasant affair.
Yariihill in a Judicial sense, and,
B. P. BIRD,
W hereas , lender the Act of' the Legisla-
lies and gentlemen
Sheriff Yamhill Co.M.Oregon.
since the said law takes effect prior place were in
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titled *’an Act to protect Jatigants” approved
to our next term of Court, it would
IHE 8EQI Í)ND TERM COMMENCES I October94th, 1872, the L avayette C ourikb ,
ADMINISTRATOR’ NOTICE. .
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on Mo»i Jay, Dec. B ■
a newspaper published ~at Lafayette, in the
seem that jurisdiction to try ‘such i Mr. William Robertson has purchased
Estate of i3ohn Moar, sen., deceased.
A^ R. Burbank a tract of ten and
ill • . nated to publish the Legal&nd Judicial ad-
tuition : FOR TERM 0 F 2 ¿WEEKS
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case here would be wanting. This, Of
" the town on
vertisments for said county of Yamhill, and WTOTICE IB HEREBY GIV^N THAT
of '* land - adjoining
the undersigned has been appointed
W hereas , The proprietor of said L afa
however, is a “question for the the east, Iqcludiog bandings, etc.
of the Estate nJ John Moar,
0 QQ yette C ouribb , has filed with the county
deceased, and all persons having claim©
Higher Math© unties A
pting the conditions of said Act, together ainst the estate are required to present
Mr. K. R, Mercer some time since,
A cotnpeteiit. Corps
em- with a Bond approved as the law directs them, with proper vouohers, to the under
I n (J ibcumstances .—Mr. W. A. Fvnton, purchased of Mr. Bartlett Whitlow a^six* ployed,
with proper returns and notice thereof, said signed at nis residence in Daytyn, six
of 8hvidan, was recently summoned* to ty-eight acre trac of improved land near
LAFAYNTt C ourier , is hereby proclaimed months from date.
Pupils can nter at any
Dayton. December lO^ 1872. '
a—J -- 'as*
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bo; appointed --
* Portland to serve as a witness in the case
a w the
B. E. tXPPENCOTT, '
urn through which all Legal and Judicial a
of th« u. S. va. John McMahon. While
▼ertiamenta for said county
of Yamhill ahi lall edc31w4 —-
be published, for tho period
perio ' authorized by
there he engaged in a real estate specula
Dan Conway was sentenceff.by his honj : A 11 persom are caution; i|d against purch ’1
B C. BRADSHAW,
tion,- from which be realized the respect»*
to three ! years in th«
ble sum of three, hundred and sixteen
signed to Cha les Myers on or about Octo- February, A. D. 1872.
L. F. GROVEB,
t sum of $113,
ber 7, 1872, a¡
a |d calling for lhe
dollars and fifty cents.
Governor oÇ Oregon.
4s the same h been paid i 1 full, and I hold
a ¡ii i?i
ftiis receipt agj
the aam ».
Don’t ffail to go and see the Apollo’s
Sec. of State.
Office in the Court Howe,
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on New Year’s night.
mill, is now i rog rosai n ? before Justice
Hembree. A cloud ol witnesses - atv in
flour , grain , etc .
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