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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1873)
ty to Foreclose
K S. Church, North.
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W. M. Rwnscjr, WTB.
M«. C. B. Watte, WT.
xes off at this p|àce on
nents for Lafayette Circuit ae fol«
Jam« Martin, WM.
•bath, Lafayette, 11 a. m., and <i
Miss Annie Martin i WDM
Elveron Olde, WG|- '? h
Charles Largo, WOG.
Wise Fannie Martin,
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) W talk 4f the brg^DÂaÇ
Justices’ ¿mntuomi& an^iubpo
for sale cheap at this
J. M. Fryer, President elect ol
Portland Liberal Leagur, is an
Yamhillian and' a good ckirert. '
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J. H. Upton, WÇ. ¡UM
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E. C. Bradshaw; :PWCT;i|.;
Complete Assortment of
The Good Tepplam ct^atiisM
this place with a .me^erphi^ of i
y, Dodd & |jCo. vs. D. B.
Judgment rot Spiffs. for $60-
& Hoxlters vs. J. ILAH. R.
Judgment foi j>Ifltt|jagainst
TAYLOR de FARLEY
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The A’<-w JVut'i/ticcsi having, , as the,chain-,
pion of one of the parties iuipli lieated in the
scandalous conduct which hast been imeyery
tongue in this fimnity few -»aS ¡■BcnrtrJpaHt,
sought by inuendq to impeach i my veracity,
and having! undertaken, m I the same
interest to« outrage* erery virtnwes pre-
cepV by an attiiitde of hak S i&Zi
ton Tfleflance tq
generally on Uicj side of ch w®; ■r wil1
nvt the neees-
Celebrated MASON X HAMLIN
A Complete Stock of Small Irtstriinient-
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V10L1N, BANJO GUlTAli STRINGS
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Of th- •e beat quality constantly on hood, as
usic of latest Vublioutiou.
Call and examine
done—in thé way of
All ordere promptly
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S winging R ound the CiRCMt.,—
On yesterday. James McCain moved
into Judge Ramsey’s house, he into
“our” house and “us” into McCain's
late abode. This coincidence is soon
to have a parallel in this place. Sher
iff Bird will remove into th0 house
now occupied by Mr John Bird, and
he into the house occupied by Mr. L.
V. Starr aud he into the one vacated
by Sheriff Bird,
terposed for not Peking that port ofi legal
redrew which is ‘
and from a resoi to - which
nothing to fear.
W iierf . as , Under the Ac* of the Legisla
ive Assembly, of the State of Oregon, en
titled ‘Wv AM twjrutt totlgant/* approved
octoi^yLmjq (.Kf'A^ KT l Z. Çei klHH,
a newspaper punhanei at Lafayette, in ¡the
- . . . of Yamhill,
.... hus been derig-
nated to publiai- the Legal find Judicial ad-
vertisnients f ‘»r ?aid connT t of " Yaiuhiil,
XVmurtAiH TU 1W>1
L aka -
wRli the county
^^the conditions of said A<-v, together
Bond approved as the law direct*
roper joturns and notice thereof, -aid
et W ComiSk. *i< herebv proclaimed
nents for saio county of Yamhill »Ball
ijwaswKsw wwn by
The man Reynolds who » bow I An
jail-at Portland for adultry with hip
brother’s wife, is a Yamhillian or in
He built a store
tended to be
Joe, in which we are told that
ail ; DEAL
Belcher had>n interest. He will not
open out there, however, just yet—
not until he can free himself front
the clutches of the law,—and- adul
tery is a Penitentiary crime.- /i ¿, 4"'
orders from ! |«r
WTOTICE is hereby given that , by
11 virtue of an execution issued out of
the Honorable Circuit Court, of the State
of Oregon, for the county of YanthiiL uml
to u»e directed by the Clerk of said Court
in favor of L. Goldsmith, 1J. Goldsmith
and M. Goldsmith, and against J. R. Bean,
and Margaret Bean for the sum of One
Thousand andRxfy-four Dollars arid nine-
tv-Mk cents (fl,(MM Ml) U. S. Gold Coin. I
have levied on as the the property of the
said; J. R. Bean and Margaret Beau, and
will proceed to sell, at public auction, to
the higest bidder, for v. S. Gold Coin, in
front of the Court House door, in
T/ifayette, Yauihfll county, Oregon, the
real estate hereinafter descrfliod, on
Saturday, April 5, 1873,
atone o’clock p. in. of said day, all the
right, title ana Interest of the safcl J. R.
Heap dnd Margaret Bean in and to,the fol
lowing descrflied feal property.
To wit: Being pa# of tlie Donation Ijinrf
Clsimpf Solomon Besry, and/known as a
part of that portion of Mid laftd claim, con
veyed by Wm. Morton snd wife to James E.
l^Mastets. and more particnlarlj’ described
as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the South
West confer of said land of said James E.
LeMasters, thence north six hundred and
eighty-three feet to a stake, thence South
East one hundred aqd ninety-eight feet tma
stake, thence South tone hnndred toj. ifty
feet tdn stake, theMre West onb hrmdre’d
and forty-four and three-fonrtiis feet to a
stake, thenceforth three hundred atid nine
ty-one feet to a stake, th »nee West tWHve
feet to the place of beginning, together with
all df tfie tenemphtS imi npimrtena^eg v8feb28w6
the above d?
scril»ed property is in Yamhill county, State
of Oregon, to Im sold to satisfy said execu
tion and accruing costs.
R. P. BIRD,
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
LafcyeVe, March 7th, 1^3. '
Tuesday! April 8th,
At one oYlock tnfhe afternt
day, at the CdWf Wdusc, at L
said county, for tn© hearing o!
to the saiid final account and
ment thereof. -
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Lafayette» March 9d, 187*
E. J. CARTER,
Jas. McCain, Atty.
■The chekiest thing we
,s a fellow calling on ua
yr a cow which we once
ag into his pasture about
n this place. The trip
rorth the dollar that—he
Notice to hereby given that I have been
appointed Administrator of the Estate of
Wm Blair, deceased, with the will annexed,
aud all,persons holding claims against
said estate must present them Within six
months from the date of this notice. ",..
N rw P ostofficb .—Dr. Watts is
arranging a new postoffice in the
middle room of his medical office.
Persons having lock boxes can go in
at the gate and then at the side door
and have access to his box at any time.
W ill R emove .—Mr Wordle will
remove his boot establishment to his
farm four miles distant from this
place. He will take measures and de
liver boots and shoes as usual.
’ Final Settlement/
Y amhill bounty, Oregon, ^ny final aceaunt
for Medicinal as
Adnilnistjutor of the estate of\W T.
ap<^im;.deC*^ UU*tMt th)
MIS FOR* HATCHING? fROl
largest and Best Fowls in the
' Monifay, April
at ten o’clock a, m. of said daj»for-tlie fi
nal ¡»taxing of said final account. ’L..
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XD. FENTON, Afitfir. -
E. C. BradShaw, atty.
IHE SECOND TERM
1ST. CÓMMODUOITS HOTEL IN
the State. HARD FINISHED thro’-
Agents Wanted in eve:
Geography, Arithmetic, Grammar,.
ligher Mathematic«^ Sciences,
A cdMMent Corps of Assistants
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