Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, March 21, 1873, Image 4

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    LAFAYETTE COURIER.
J.^I^FAYKTTE MARKETS. *
Tillamook Correspondence.
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DFfüGS‘-MUSie.
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SUMMONS. :
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ts
tu 1 t Co urt of the8tate
in
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i$ 4
N ehalem , O regon , )
gon, for Yamliill county, April Term, 1873
r rhi-l ‘ 11 Pili .1 • I
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FLOCK, GRAIN, ITC.
FRIDAY, MARCH 21.. 1873,
March 4th, 1873. }
WilliamC. PM
Pitt
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Wheat,
best
white,
bushel
.
v
Editor Courier:
w
’ 45 0®
Oats, il bushel........... ..
Frederick Sch—c,
,an j Suit in Equi-
el, Van
T
D.
Delaslunut,
G.
C.
Rider,
Corn
Meal
$4
ft
......................
iut,
G«
u.
Rider,
} ty toForecioeo
will
endeavor
to
give
you
a
S. Church South, f ,r
C.W . H
ins, and David I Mortgage.
Flour best, V sack. (H barrel). 1 25..
Mitchell,
ts.
few items concerning our isolated,
Buckwheat Flour, ip ft.. .
R. T. WEATBEKbT, PASTOR.
7..
To Frederick:. Schimmel, one of the
Bran
TP
ton
.........
.15
00..
ndarTts.
above-named
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit as fol- but fertile River Valley, whioh is sit­
12 00®15
Hay, IP ton........
IN
THE
NA
OF
THE STATE OF OR-
“ baled ip ton
uated in Tillamook and Clatsop coun­
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egon, yoi
hereby notified and
First Sabbath, Happy Valley.
JOHN
BIRD,
required to a
I . .p.
r »nd answer the com-
ties. •
Becond *
Armstrong’s.
GROCEKIES.
plaint of the
e named l’lamtitf filed
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_J the first place, our Nehalem Lafayette, -
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* Third
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West Chehalem.
against you in tne * above named Court, t*
Sugar, Ban Francisco refined,
Fourth •»
Lafayette.
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and
id the above entitled suit within ten
r
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Island
.........
............
.
postoffice is not in Clatsop county, as
HO
AND RETAIL
days
from tlie
lie date of the service of thia
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crushed,...................
summons
u ipon you, if it be served upon
IL
E.
Church,
North.
many
suppose,
but
is
in
Tillamook.
granulated
...........
i.
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Sou in Yamhill
Count y, St ate of Oregon, and!
andl
hill County,State
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Tea, black, V ft..,i,.........
? it be served upon you in any other Conn
b ; f . sfaulihno , tastos .
Some years ago it was generally sup- ,
r
.
h
.
R.
L
ittlefield
,
druggist
,
Imperial...
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Impel
ty in this State, then you are required to
Coffee,
j, Jost*
Coi Rica,
ft...
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit as fol- posed that the Nehalem River was the •
appear anil answer said complaint within
Rio............. . . ..........
20 days from the date of such service upon,
TIN, S
Iowa:
COPPRWAi
St. Joseph, Oregon,
-
you, and if this summons be served upon,
First Sabbath, Lafayette, 11 a. m., and 6 dividing line between the two coun­
Kono........................
you by publication, then you are hereby
Java..
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p. m.
. w
ties, but our Legislature of two years
Takes th! t method of informing the public required to appear and answer said coro-
8econd Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. ni.
Salt, Carmen Island, ^ewt.
that he i b ottering ¿at P ortland P rices , a Slai nt in said Court on or before the flrat
ago,
changed
the
line
so
as
to
take
the
Me Minn villa, 7, p. m.
Liverpool, coarse.......
ay of next regular term of said Court fol- 4
1 of fresh
large asai rtment
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 11 *p. m entiro settlement of the Lower Neha­
dairy...........
lowing Die expiration of six weeks publi-
Lafayette 6:30 p. m.
cation of this summons, which said term
Paints,
ts,
FBIITS, VEGETABLES, I, r
of said Court will bo begun and holden 1Œ
Fourth Sabbath, McMinnville 11 a. m., i and lem within the boundary of Tilla­
Oils,
Tubs,
Apples, green bush.........
the town of LalUyette, in Yamhill County,
7 p. m.
Pei
mook.
PerAmaery,
dried, $>ft................ .' A,
State
of Oregon,ion Monday, the-Uth day
Toilet Articles,
4 î To
I will add also, that it was not with
Peaches, dried, ft.;...........
of April, 1873. And you are further noti­
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fied that if you fail so to appear and answ­
Plumb»,
“
$ ft.................
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC the free will or consent of the people All orders from
er said Complaint, ¿for want thereof the
Beans,
ft
ft.
...
¡¡Patent
Medicines
residing on the Nehalem, but was done
!. Plaintiff will lake judgment and decree
Potatoes, bush.,
against you for tbe sum of >477 21-100 in U.
through
the
influence
of
the
people
of
—ALSO—
Onion»,
IP
ft
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The County road lying through Tillamook county.
8. gold coin together with interest thereon
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MEATS.
at the rate of 10 per cent, per annum from
A
Complete
Assortment
of
James Stewart’s place toward North
There is what is known to us here ’romptly filled, ai
the 14th day of October, .1871 until rendi­
Beef,
fresh,
tion of Judgment and decree and for Judg­
I
Yamhill is sought to be vacated and as the UppyP^Jp
Nehalem,
which is re- n the county Frei
.corned ...........
ment and decree against you, for the
’ Smoked........ • s • • •
Musical Instruments,
farther sum of $a.50-00 in U. 8. gold coin
run elsewhere involving several right ally in Clatsop county, but the con­ PORTLA
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Pork, fresh, lb ft...
together with interest thereon from the
nections
of
the
two
places
are
entirely
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angles materially iacreasing the dis­
12 1 I
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Veal, “ .........
16th day of August, 1870 until rendition of
cut off from all communication, by
12
Judgment and decree at the rate of ten s’
Mutton “ ............. .
tance, and the viewers appointed by rough, irregular and mountainous
per cent, per anhum and for costs and dia,
16
V ft...
JOB WORK
TO ORDER ’ AND Bacon, hams sugar
bursemente of this suit and that the Plain­
the County Court have reported fav­ country lying between.
cored.
........
ft
aud.
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tiff will apply to the Court for said Judg.
sides....
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From
a
WHICKERING
PIANO
down
to
a
,
As
to
the
soil,
it
is
excellent;
grass
nient and deciXMJ and for a decree for tne
orably to the change. There is some-
shoulders
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Jews Harp.
for the following relief, the same being
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and winter range for stock in
POHLTKI.
fhing radically wrong in this shift­ plenty,
prayed for in tlte complaint, to-wit:
—
abundance.
The Celebrated MASON & HAMLIN
Chickens-, dressed, each...........
Foreclosing the mortgage executed by
I
ing, roads out of their course at
the said defendant, Fi^drick Schimmel,
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per dozen...................
The people in this locality are most­
Organ.
to said Plaintiff; on the 16th day of August,
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pleasure. The community at large ly eugagt'd in stock raising and dai­
BUTTER, EGGS, ETC.
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1870, to secure the imyroent of said sums of
The TAYLOR de FARLEY Organ.
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30® 40
money and the interest due threon to tho
Batter, fresh rolls, V ft -•
are affected by every change which rying. b or the latter purpose our
said Plaintiff upon the following describ­
packed,
..,.
tide
lands
arc
unexcelled.
It
is
a
—
ALSO
—
Improve Your Poultry 1!
increases the distance they have to
ed
real premises, *to-wit: Being parts of
California
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fact as everyone here knows, that
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the Original Donation Land ClaUn of Car­
Isthmus...
lete
Stock
of
Small
Instruments,
travel; andespeciilly* decs this rib­ butter made from tide land produc­
A
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mi Goodrich and wife, situate in Yamhill
16®.... such as
Kpgs.
dozew ...
County, State of Oregon, and in Township
location work a hardship upon per­ tions will keep better and taste better
28®
25
o More to Keep f
ft...
Cheese, Oregon prime,
4 South Range 3 West, said donation claim
M
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..®.. •. Accordeon«,
California
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being designated as clahn No. 49. Notifica­
when
fresh,
than
made
from
highland
i
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sons living beyond, since the distance
14® “
20
Flutes,
Lard,
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tion No. 1,U4U. The first parcel of land be-
food. And the good qualities of our
gins at the South East comer of said Do­
to the County Seat is thus ma­ tide
FW
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OJJA, ETC.
lands do not end her, by any
nation Claim; Thence West 4L54 chains;
PlcAlos.
e »
TII.IN roait^oxEs.
terially lengthened. Following and means. They furnish an excellent
Thence North 37.52 chains; Thence East 42.-
50®.
Linseed
Oil,
boiled,
gallon
....
1
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chains; Thence South 37.75 chains to the
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raw... .............. . ..... 1 50®.
VIOLIN BANJO, GUI TAB S THINGS 83
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encouraged by Stewart’s example, quality of grass from which our
place
of beginning, containing 159.61-100
Lard oil V gallon. .. . ................ 2 00®.
acres, more or fess. The second parcel of
other parties may soon seek like fairness can lay up tons and tons of
70®
75
Of
the
best
quality
constantly
on
haod,
as
Coal oil
“ ......................
land described in said mortgage is bound- ,
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hay for their stock: and I have
Ncstsfoot Oil, $ gallon........... 1 75®2 00 also Music of latest Publication.
ed and described as follows: Beginning at
changes.
b® 10
Tallow, $ ft.......................
a point in the old County Road running
'.dibwn instances where stock have
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Call and examine. All orders promptly from Daytoiiito Matlieney’s ferry bearing
remained
on
the
tide
lands
the
win
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WOOL,
HIDES,
ETC.
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M arried .—At Pendleton, Uma­
fiilled.
dec27tf
South 13-30 West 2.50 chains ifrom the cen­
ter through, without being fed any
. 16th & Castro Sts, Oakland, Cat
ter of Palmers creek, at the Mouth, which
26
Wool,
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ft
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,
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tilla county, Oregon, by J. M. Moore, hiy at all. 4
is also the North West corner of said dona­
Hides, dry, each... . ....................
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tion claim No. 40; thence South 13 deg. 3U
J. P., Mr. Ed. Wood, Assistant War­ li Our population now consists of 46
green, salted, each........ 2 5O®3 00
West 79.50 chains: thence South 14.8Ü
mil
hihi
ü'ik
’
75® 1 00
Deer Skins, dressed,
ft.......
chains: Thence East 41.14 chains; Thence
SEASON OF 1873.
den of the Oregon Penitentiary, to souls, 'with property to the value of I
Sheriffs Sale
35® 50
North 56.52 chains: thence Went 4 MS Hmin«-
Sheep skins, wool on, each........
thence South 67N deg. West 3.20 chains; ♦
Mrs. Catharine Baling, of Weston, about ten thousand dollars.
"RTOTICE
IS
HEREBY
GIVEN
THAT,
BY
thence North 2?M deg. West 3.90 chains:
We have a postoffice with Hon. 8.
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same county.
J3j virtue or an execution issued out of thence North 6734 deg. Fast 3.20 chains;
Corwin, postmaster, and in his ab­
ggsi for H atching from the
the Honorable Circuit Court, of tlieState thenca South 22X deg East 2.70 chains;«
PROCLAMATI n
So it will be seen that the genial sence his wife does the honors,
of Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, and thence East 4.86 chains: Thence North1
largest anil Best Fowls in the World,
uar- - W herrar , Under the Ac‘ of the Legi-da- to me directed by the Clerk of said-Court I 23.00 chains to tlie Yamhill River. Thence
•carefully packed an Patent Bozes and/g(
1 lie man who laid another one low
and clever Ed. has left the realms of
in *mvor Of X. Goldsmith, B. Goldsmith up said River with Its meandering», dis­
anteeil
to
carry
safely
nny
ijistance..
ive Assembly, of the State of Oregon, en­ .ind M. Goldsmith, and against J. IV Bean, tance not known, to where the point o
bachelordom for the bliss of the mar­ with a stool, the other day, was ar­
THE VARIETIES COMPRISE
titled “an Act to protect I litigants” apntr’^ j and Margaret Bean for the Bum of One land heretofore Conveyed by Carmi Good
rested, pleaded guilty, was fined a
ried state, We wish him a long life trivial sum, and was discharged.
Dark and I dght Brahmas, Ehff. Black White October 24tb, 1872. the L afayette CoKltaY, I Thouama and Sixty-four Dollars and nino rich and wife to Daniel Chaplin, intersect
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ty-si< cents «l.Ottt 9»i) U. S. Gold Coin, I 9aid Yamhill River, lhence South 60 deg
and
I
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artrige
Cochin»;
White-
Leghorns,
»newspaper
published
at
Lafayeite,
in
the
and lots of—babies.
We have enjoped a very pleasant Houdans, Silver and Golden Spangled/llam- county of Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig- hare levied ?T.r as the the property opthe West, distance not known, to the center
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J. R. Bean and" Margaret Bean, and ot the old County Road aforesaid.4 thence
winter, comparatively speaking, tho’ burgs.
Gold and 8ilver Spangled Polish, naled to publish the Legal and Juaii;'al ail-| said
burgs, God
will proceed to sell, at public auction, to North 50 deg. Wpst along the center of '
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vertisments
for
said
county
of
YaaihiJ,
and
.
Dr. J. W. Watts sent all the way I must confess that we have had Black
Spanish,
Crevecoriira,
Rouen
and
Spa
the higest bidder, for u. S. Gold Coin, tn said old road 5.00. chains; thence North 11
;s. Bronze Turkeys, add Se-
W hereas . The proprietor of said L afa - front of the Court House door, In deg. west 3.00 chaîne the place of begin­
i^ipucki7l
to Portland to get the numbers print­ more snow than for four winters pre­ Aylesbury
"
Y ette Cot’RiER, has tiled with the county Lafayette, Yamhill county. Oregon, the ning, containing 269 and 75-100 acres more
bright and ’ Game Bantams.
‘^r IUuaterated Circular to Clerk of said county, a written stipulation real estate hereinafter described, on
or less: ordering said premises to be sold,
ed for his new postoffice, and what vious to this; fortunately, however, it Send st am
«p fQl
remained on the ground but a short GE(X B. B.
according to law, for United States Gold
uEY, importer
and breeder accepting the condition» of said Act, together
Saturday, April 5, 1813,
BA.YLI
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pleases us in the premises [is the fact
ui Choice
VBW« rvuiwj,
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G. Box 65« San Fran- with a Bond approved^« the law directs at one o’clock p. m. of stud day, all the Coin, and that the proceeds thereof be ap­
Poultry,
P.
of
r
toward thè paj-ment of the money
cisco;
Poultry‘Wgrld. with proper roturna and notice thereof, ?aid right, title ana interest of the said J. K. I plied
iG*,i also,
a iso;, agent for
ior .the
urn x-
they cost #4 down there, whereas
due
the
Plaintiff as aforesaid, and costs i
a _ monthly
journal,¿devoted
entire^ L afayette C oi rier , is hereby proclaimed Bean and Margaret Bean in and to the fol- i of this suit
monthly illusrated journal,
Ji
andlof the sale of said premi­
either of the offices in this county
‘ eep
for to be appointed
Remember that on the 28th tho |y to Poultry; tells how to ke_
r Fowls
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v- confirmed ah the medi- I lowing described real property,
ses;
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To wit: Being part of the Donation Land
Profit; a complété repository of information um through which all Legal ami Judicial ad-
Decreeing that the leins, claims or inter­
would have furnished them for $2 50.' Farmers’ Mass Convention is held on
the subject. Subscription only $1,25 a I ver tinmen ts for said cpunty of Yamhill shall Claim of Solojnon Beary, and knowh as a ests which the other Defendants above
But the new postmaster wants te en­ at this place. Let there be a large vear. Agente wanted in every town in the I be published for tho period authorized by part of that portion of said land claim, con­ named have upon or in said premises were
I law.
veyed by Wni. Morton and wife io James E. and are subséquent and subject to the lein
Address P. O Box'65u, S. F
courage home enterprise—just a little. attendance from all parts of the coun. btat£.
Done at the citv ofSalem, this l'.ith day of LeMasters, and more particularly described of the Plaintiff by virtue of M b said mort­
Please state in what paper yoo saw thia
and barring any equity of redemp-
February, A. D. 1872.
as follows, tO-wit
to-wit : Beginning at the South gage
vol8-inarcb7-ip3
ty. Delegates are to be elected to advertisement.
tion or other rights, or claim which said
L.
F.
GROVER,
West comer of said land of said James E. Defendants or either of them lias tn or
Mr. John Perkins called on us du­
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.
attend the State Convention at Salem
Governor of Oregon.
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LeMasters, thence north six hundred and upon said premises; and for such other
ring the week. He thinks that a
eighty-three feet to a stake, thence South and further relief in the premises, as
Attest:
Hl
on the 10th of April.
East one hundred-and
hundreckand ninety-eight feet to a may seem meet and proper in equity and
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S. F. C hadwick ,
large proportion of the farmers of
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Sec, of State. stake, thence South pne hnndred
hundred and fifty good conscience.
North Yamhill will patronize the riv­
Thte sum mon » is served by publication,
feet to a stake, thence West one hnndred
One week from to-morrow (8at-
I and forty-fopr and- three-fourths feet to a by order of Honorable B. F. Bonham,
er in preference to the railroad so I urday) the M. E. Quartely Miffing
of said Court, made at Chambers, -1
stake, thencilSouth three hundred and nine­ Judge
February 25, 1873.
soon as arrangements can be made to for this Circuit will begin in
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West
twelve
ty-one
feet
to
a
stake,
thance
M
eat
LOGAN A RAMSEY.
this
locks ; a sewing machines feet to the place
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of beginning, together with
VE. YOUB HAIR
Attorneys for Plaintiff;
ship through to Astoria or some point place.
LEANED AND REPAIRED by
all of the tenements
1___ ___ and appurtenances V8feb28w6
EST STYLE, FOR A, GOOD
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below Portland.
thereunto
belonging.
All the above de-
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IATH
AND
YOUR
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WHISKERS
t
W. 0. B edwell . L akayxttb -
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A—
scribed
property is 2 in
Yamhill county,
State
i The exhibition at tho academy,
DYED
YED THE BLACKEST,
of Oregon, to be told to satisfy said execu­
D ied .—In this place, on Tuesday, under the superintendence of Prof.
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FINAL SETTLEMENT . ,
tion and accruing costs^ f
—GO TO—
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March 18th, 1873, Mrs. Nancy Samp­ Randall will come off on
R. P. BIRD,
Monday
B. STOTT.
Sheriff of Yamhill county , Oregon.
ie undersigned executor of
CHAS. A. BALL.
son, aged 64 years. Mrs. S. has re­ night.
R. MAJORS’
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V8mar7
Lafayette, March 7th, 1873.
the Last Will anil Testament of For»*
BALL A STOTT,
man Spencer, deceased, has filed in the
sided in this place for many years, '11
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L
afayette .
EMPORIUM
county Court, of the State of Oregon, for
¡71 n
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and leaves a number of grown up • ’¿Ferguson & Bird have just received
the county of Yamhill, his final account,
Attorn.evs'
at
Law,
OREGON
praying for a discharge from his said trust
children and a very large circle of some new goods.
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ana the said Court has appointed
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111
Fi^t
Street,
Opposite
Occidental
Hotel.
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Tuesday, April Btii, 1878,
friends to whom she peculiarly en­
Bird’s tin store is a good supply
-j
At
At
one
o’clock, in the afternoon of sold
2f
Cent
’
.
• • •
deared herself by acts of kindness, to
• t
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GRO
2i«l
* PORTLAND, OREGON.
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day, at the Court House, at Lafayette, in
of wares of all kinds.
ooinj ;
UnJCcnte.
said county, for- the hearing of objections
mourn her loss,
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janlOtf
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to the said final account and the settle­
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Bath,
ment thereof.
The
weather
for
several
days
has
Crreen B. Smith passed through
Lafayette, March 3d, 1873.
been
delightful.
E. J. CARTER, Executor. ■
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town the other day with a drove of ’i I!' ■'
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Jas. McCain, Atty.
v8mar7w<
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young cattle on his way east of the
f
Administrator’s Notice.
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Mountains. He brought them from
The Gazette says that Corvall is
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NOtlOt bllMVtby given that I have been
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICK.
Benton county and crossed the Yam­ needs a hearse. No; it is an un­
appoiiiieu
appotn.eu Auiuinitrator
auiuihitrator of the Estate of
A' ' ' ,
Wm Blair, decease, with the will annexed,
hill cm the St. Joe bridge.
Inst
and all persons holding claims against
?
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
dertaker with sufficient
CORBBCTED WEEKLY.
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FOWL
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WATCHES,
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OERIES,
DRUGS 1
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»aid estate
present them within
six :
from t he , date
LL BE AT LAFAYETTE ÔN THE mon
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— of
. this notice.
Lafayette, March 12tb, 187X
of esch Month and
First Moni
T. A, WOOD.
during Co
Administrator.
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We have conversed with gentlemen to employ one, that you
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■from different parts' of the county
with reference to the Farmers' move­
The State of Virginia
ment, and find that there is a general
purpose to move in the matter of or­ stored her* old seal and
ganization.
“Sic Semper Tyrannus. . »
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DALLAS-SALEM
ST AGE LINE !
DAILYJTRIPS.
Mrs. Carey, Frank Large and
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We believe that Gov. Dix hatlj
Judge Ramsey have set out maples in ■ I ■ ■.
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front of their residence properties m determined not to interfere to savi " I I
eaves at 7 in the morning
Dallas, Oregon.
this plaJe during the week. This is the unworthy neck of Foster, th<
Arriving at Salem at 10 -
IN
THE
COUÉT8
PRACTICE
Retorning. leaves Salem at One o’clock
car-hook fiend.
as it should be.
i counties Arriving at Dallas at 4.
T Y ¿f Yamhill, Polk
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In Oregon.
JESSE D. LEWIS, Pro.
H. H- Hewitt, School Supt •9 < of ;
WkU
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C
oons
and S ich .— Our occa-l
Yamhill county, will hold a public
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sional
correspondent
at
Salem
in-
p
examination at Lafayette, in the
li-’
house,
commencing
us that Johnson, of ebon Î
school
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LAFAYETTE
ACADEMY.
W. M. RAMSF.Y,
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10 o’clock on Saturday, March 29th, | 8kin fame has returned from -theI
lava beds and reports plenty^ of
ti
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1873.
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D ied . —Chas. Rawson, near Day­
ton, on Monday night, March 17
1873, of typhoid fever.
S chool L aw .—R.' H. • Lamson,
Esq., can now aupply school officers
with the amended school law in pam*
phlet form.
T-
Farmers are 8 busy preparing for
Bpring operations.
.Attorney at
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N. W. RANDALL,
LAFAYETTE, OREGON.
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▲ND DKALEE8 IN
ROCHRIES,
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CANNED
FRUITS
Oytesrs,
Pickles,
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Offias is ths Court Hoste.
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PrlncipaL
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FM1HE SECOND TERM COMMENCES
■ on Monday, Dec. 80, 187S,
TCniON FOR TÜRM OF 12 WEEKS:
C. BRADSHAW;
rney ¡j at Law
LAFAYETTE/ OREGON
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io the Court Howe
county, Oregon, administrator of the Es­
tate or Charles Hopkins, deceased, late ef
said county.
_ All persons haying claims against said
Estate will pesent the same properly avo­
uched, to me
me, l at Lafayette,
Lafi
within six
months from this date.
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J.’ T. HEMBREE,
v8feb28wt i
Aaministrator.
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•ken.
Nuts of *11 kinds,
Tobacco.
Sardines.
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coon in that country Ex-Marshal
Fisher has taken a contract to
furnish pumps to pump Klamath
Lake dry so that the soldiers can
cro88 and capture Capt. Jack J. 4y
geaQ & Johns are going down to
“ glean ” coons.... Frank Smith
has gone to grass, that is to the
bunch-grasa country .... Morris is
the gin business.
N the undersigned, was, on Feb. 77,1873L
I appointed by the County Court of Yamhill
iors for Medicinal
may4tf
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Final Settlement
OI
OTICE
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18 HEREBY
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GIVEN THAT
N
J have "filed in the Cpunty Court, of
Yambill county, Oregoi
_w in, my final account
as Administrator of
or t the estate of G. T.
Stewart, deceased, and that the Court has
appointed
Monday, AprU Tth, I8T8,
RUSS HOUSE.
Fro&t
t roni 8L,
sb, Portland, Or.,
THOMAS ÌRYAN.
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Proprietor.
at ten o’clock a. in. of said day for
nal bearing of said final account.
jj. D. FENTON, A
E. C. Bradshaw, atty.
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EAGLE HOTEL,
J. H. OLDS, Proprietor.
COMMODIOUS HOTEL IN Lafayette
ost commodh
the .State.
M out.
-------- ► FINISHED thru’-
HARD
$5 00
Primary ’Department,
6 00
Geography .Arithmetic, Grammar,
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Board per Week..
00
8 y 00 Board and T Lodging..... • • ........16 ....35
Higher Mathematics A Sciences,
to $8 00
A competent Corps of Assistants sm
ployed,
Pupils can enter at any time.
tar A Free Carriage unU ! 6e tn attendance
dec20tf
to Convey Faoscngen C
to the Ifralae.-t*
Having just opened and refurnished and
re filed the above Hotel, I am now prepared'
its in
to accommodate guest!
* a miner equal to-
the best, and at prices i to suit the times.
ANEW
Ä L8O
ery Stable
House
AND COMPI^TTE LIV-
in connection with thd
aovl6tf.