Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, May 30, 1873, Image 3

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    LAFAYTTEE
CAPTAIN
FRIDAY, MAY30
I am Captain Jack of Modoc fame,
In justice let the world'proclajm
That
lat I have gained a warrior’s name,
By martial 1 deeds of glory.
.1873
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& E. Church South.
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B. T. WKAtnKRLY, PASTOK. •
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit ad fol-
lows:
First 8.1b ba th, Happy Valley.
8econd ”
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Armstrong
’s.
Third
” .West Chehalem.
Fourth
Lafayette.
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M. E. Church, North.
P. F. SPAULDING, PASTOR.
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Appointments for Lafayette Circuit ag fol-
lows:
First Sabbath, Lafayette, 11 a. m., and 6
r p.
P m.
Second Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. m.
McMinnville, 7. p:l m.'
Third Sabbath, North 'Yamhill, 11 *p, m.
Lafayette &30 p.*, A.
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Fourth Sabbaffi, Me cllmnville 11 a. m., and
7 p. m.
LOCAL ANO DOMESTIC
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Behold me in my lava caves
res,
Surrounded by my faithful brAves
Who never were nor will be slaves,
And thus begins my story.
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These caves descended from my Sires,
And here my royal tutw aspin
To keep alive the council fires
Of my unconque.ed nation.
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Dr. Augustus C. Kinney, son of R.
C. Kinney, has been appointed to a
responsible position in Bellevue Hos­
pital, N. Y. Dr. Kinney is a Yam­
hill boy, and has acquired a standing
in his profession second to none in
Oregon.
Persons who get then
“start” in Yamhill always make
great men.
Go to Kelty & 8impson’s for drugs,
medicines, Ac.
For groceries, dry goods, &c •> goto
Ferguson & Bird’s.
♦
A letter has been received at 1 this
place from the postmaster at Mon-
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mouth, in which he states that the
item, which appeared in our paper
last week, in regard to postage on
newspapers, was incorrect. He states
that the new law only requires post­
age on exchanges and that at the of­
fice of delivery. We are pleased to
make the correction and feel greatly
obliged to the Postmaster at Mon­
mouth.
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Hoad^upervisor b ’
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printed and for sale at this oi
$1
pcr’hundred. adapted for an
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district in the county. irl I
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Dr. H. R1 Littlefield, St
has a good assortment of drug«,
sic, groceries, etc. Go and ■ be
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yourselves, i ,
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New
NK. Goods
accenting the conditions of said Act, together
with a Bond approved aa the law directs
_____ Merchandise,
eneral
with proper returns and notice thereof, said Consisting of Ge
L afayette CI ovbikr , is hereby proclaimed
to be appointed and confirmed aa the mèdi­
CLOTHING.
um through which all Legal and Judicial ad-
HATS, CAPS,
vertismento for said county of Yamhill shall
BOOTS, SHOES,
be published for the period authorized by
law.'
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. GROCERIES,
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Done at the city ofSalem, this 19th day of
HARDWARE,
February, A. D. 1872.
8TAPLE ARI ICLES,
L. F. GROVER,
Governor of Oregon.
GENTS’ FURNISHING
Attest:
GOODS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
• 8. F. C hadwick ,
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JJR. H. R. LITTLEFIELD, DRUGGIST
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Takes this method of informing the public
that he is offering ,at P ortland P rices , a
large assortment of fresh
PainU,
Oils,
Perfnmery,
Toilet Articles,
IPatent jBkfedicines.
—ALSO—
Complete Assortment of
Musical Instruments,
<3“Give this House a Call.-®»
a p rfi m 6
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Of latest Styles and in fine variety.
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75,730
PREMIUMS-
BANUlKkl IN VALUE FROM
eio 85,000
GIVEN AWAY!
1867. STOVES ! 1!
From a vCHIOKERlNG PIANO down to a
Jews Harp. - 1
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The Celebrated MASON
di HAMLIN
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Organ..
The TAYLOR di FARLEY Org^n,-
Oregon.
SALE' AND RETAIL DEAL-
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Evsey Subtcrilx
of one pre»
mium auy way,
nd wJao i lias an
equal chance of ~ recela nig
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g a CASH
Hremium, or a PIANO, ORGAN8EW.
ING MACHINE, WATCH, etc.
CT IRON di COPPBWASE,
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$5.000
Picalos.
Of the best quality constantly on haod, as
also Music of latest Publication.
Pipe, Lead Pipe,
Etc.
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OUR fireside FRIEND. — Eight
Pages, Large Size Illustrated, Family
All orders fro© the
Weikly. is in its THIRD VOLUME and has
attained the LARGEST CIRCULATION of
anv paper published in the West. BEST,
MOST DESIREABLE AND MOST USE
FL’L ORIGINAL REARING MATTER IN Promptly filled, , »nd Delivered to any point
GREAT VARIETY, that money can buy, in the county Fi r|ee of Charge, at
4
to make it a HOME WEEKLY suited to the
wants of euery faipily. Subscription price,
PRIC ES
$1 OO per year offfifty two numbers.
THE ELEGANT
CHROMO
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COUNTRY
Call and examine.
Billed.
Size 16 x 20 inches; lfi colnrs. Acknowled­
ged by all to be rhe Handsomest and Most
Valuable premium picture in America.—
Etery-i Subscriber is presented with
___ this
Chromo at the time
subscri
line of subscribing,
(no
waiting.) and also
' » receives a Numbered
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Certificate Entitling the ______
Holder
to a ______
Share
in the distribution of $25,000 in cash, and
other ’ "premiums.
premiums, [ !
THE DISTRIBUTION TAKES PLACE
on the Second Tuesday in June next.
next,
The Chromo and Certificate sent on
op re­
ceipt of the . price.
priceL Specimen Copies, Pre­
mium List,
List Etc,, Givifig
Giving Full l 1‘ ’ articlars sent
free to any address.
Either local or canvassing in
every town. Large cash
pay aud the best outfit.
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KELTY
di SIMPSON
DONE TO ORDER AND
Warranted.
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lafayrtt I
lafayett È B usiness directory .
erguson a bird , , corner of Jefferson
Majn ; d
¡dealers i: in produce andgen-
JT and Main
eral merchandise.
elty / a b ;
P8ON. north side Main
Btreef; ; defilerà in drugs, confection-
eries and family supplies
J Oita
L BIRD, i
rest side Jefferson street,
denier in sfo' es and tinware.
TJIAGLE1 HOTEL. Jas. H. Ólds, proprie
rie­
JCj ter ; Main: street. Livery stable
in
le in
connei
connection.
Eif SALOON, i
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, south side Main street, 1
Send at once for, terms.
NX Sampson, proprietor.
•oprietor.
Address
li’ÒNÈ STAR SÀT OON, R. Harris, pro-
OUR FIRESIDE
FI RES I)
FRIEND, Chic'go, 1U.
Ad prietor/Maik r*
—‘ just above
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street,
toils
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All orders promptly
dec27tf
G ROCE m ES
DRUGS
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JOB WORK
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Accordéons,
Flutea,
Fifes,
VIOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR SPRINGS
11 Liil Pnw,
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
A Complete Stock of Small Jnstru ments
such as
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TIN, S
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JOHJ^. BIRD,
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AND DEALERS IN
^JROCERIES,
CANNED
FRUITS
Oysters,
Picklea,
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Crackers.
Nuts ef all kinds,
Tobacco.
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Sardines.
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Fine Wines and Liquors for Medicina
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COIUIXCTBD WEEKLY.
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BAMSEy? County Judge and
▼ v a attorney at • law,—office in the FOR A SHAVE. YOUR HAIRCUT IN
Court House.
THE LATEST STYLE, FOR A GOOD
È àf I a YETTE ( OURIER?
BATH AND YOUR WHISKERS '
, J. H. Upton*
DYED THE BLACKEST,
proprietor, . Jefferson
t
____ street,
in fire-
proof Brick next door
do< to Ferguson A Bird.
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TAS. McCAlN, attorney; office on south
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side
Main Jtrta
atreet.
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MftAKB JERSHOPj J. R. Mtiors. pqopri- SHAVING
JE> etoi r ; east sidé Jefferson street just
above tin nshop.
shop.
A
SherifTs Sale.
Samuel Brown)
vs.
Foreclomit
Andrew Smith.
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Polly Smith and
Daniel Barnum.
Y VIRTUE OF A
foreclosure of mortgasfi
MEATS.
entitled suit, made and entered o
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Beef, fresh. Vft
in the Circuit; Court of the State of
corned ..
10
for Yamhill county, and a > ej
bmoked
20®....
aucordanoe therewith duly issu
edgin’ ' Pork, fresh, lb B
10@
out of said Court, and to me
B ase B all .—On Saturday last, at favor of said plaintiff, Samuel
and Vrtd, .-
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against said defendant, And.,.,
10©
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St. Joe, a match game of base ball for the sum of Three hundred and tt®»1 Mutton
Bacon,
bams
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tyTsevenidSSI 80)and«0-100doBars,UF
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was played between the McMinnville coin,
sugar
cured
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20©
with interest thereon, in
aides...”.
15©
F. • • •
from
thte
20tli
day
of
March,
club and the Modocs of this place.
shoulders..
. 12©
.rate of one per cent per moot
FOltLTMT.
The Modocs were victorious by a urther sum of Thirty air* “V1
($30 90). costs and dfsbur
Chickens, dressed, each............
37©....
score of 57 to 44. Quite a large num- I have levied on and will
per dozen..................... 3 00©4 00
public auction, to the
ber of people from different portions at
BTC
forU. 8. gold coin, ip---------
ffli ’It - BUTTKB, BOGS,
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executionxand decree of t
Butter, fresh roll»,
of the county, were present to wit­ said
in front of the Court House di
packed, ...
ness the game.
There will be an­ fayette, Yamhill county. Oregor
California . ».
estate hereinafter descrilMid
JI ! - Isthmus ..
other game played to-morrow be­
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On tHe «3d day of Jane,
Eirgs W dozen...
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tween the same cluivs.
Cheese, Oregon prime, ^lb....
25
at one o’clock p. m. of said da;
right, title and interest of the
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California. J.....................
fendants, Andrew Smith and F
Lard, $ ft......................................
We have received the first number in and to the following real prope
WOOL, BIDES, BTC.
described tn said decree of forecl
Wool,
ft...-
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of the Prt)gre»»ioni»t, published at Cor­ as
to-wit: Situate in the C
Hides,
dry,
each
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nelius. It presents a very neat ap- State of Oregon, and in'
gTeen, salted, each...
2
being the south half of t
Deer Skins, dressed.
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pearan ce, and bids fair to be a success. lì claim of Andrew D. I
Smith, lieing Claim No. 4
Sheep ekins, wool on, each...
It will be Republican in politics.
of sections 17,18,19 and!
OILS, ETC.
acres heretofore s< old
" * to F. Fletcher';
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Linseed
Oil.
boiled,
$ gallon ...1 50».
tofore
sold
to
»Sm
A camp meeting will be held near 37 8-
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raw... J...
“î acres
...1 50©.
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Lard oil V gallon......
...2 00».
Dayton, commencing Thursday, June
hmoola
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Coal oil
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cordial invitation js
26th, 1873.
Neatafoot Oil, $ gallon
5®2
Tallow,
¥
ft
e® io
extended to all
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LAFAYETTE
OREGON.
FON BUSINESS DllDUTORY.
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8. P)
DWELL, Saw Mill. Dressed
lumber of all kinds, doors and win­
ner.
les.
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R. MAJORS^
Shave
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25 Cento»
^~4HRI8. TAYLÓR, dealer In general mer- Shampooing... .................................... 15 Cento.
chandise. Odd Fellows’ building. The Hair Cuttin;
Cutting. ................................. .25 Cento.
cheap cash store.
Bath, S3 Ceuta.
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Rio... • • • • • t
24©
24®
Kono. . -i- .I...
Java.
•e
30©
Salt, Carmen Island, ^cwt
1 50©.
2 oo©.
Liverpool, coarse ....
3 OU©.
dairy. ; :........
dairy.
. rants?
------- vegetables , etc .
50@ iOO
Apples, green
bush
dried, i?ftj;.
Peaches, dried, r
$ ’ ~
tt;...
@ 16J
200 25
Plumbs,
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F »•’
Beans,-
ft ft...
6
<d
50»....
Potatoes, fl bush.
Onions.
ft.....
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place are to have a new uniform
Hair Dressing Saloon.
C. BRADSHAW, attorney at law.
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J ob W ork of all descriptions iieiit-
U I'I I I I I 1 I I I I elovb
I ' 1 1 A *1 J ORAHÍ, ETC.
ly executed at this office*
~ Wheat, best white, bushel • • • 77
' 45
Oats,
buahei. (..¡.J............
call
and
see
specimens.
3tt..;.
Corn Meal
ft... .1 ...........
P ictures .—Messrs. Tumey & Hol-
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11 .
Flour bast, 1ft sack, (h barrel) 1 215.........
dredge have pitched a tent in the va-
See Thos. Standley’s ad, hi
Buckwheat Flour,
ft.............
7...........
Bran V ton A... J. .1. .1.............. .. .15 00 -.........
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cant lot adjoining this office and are SUe?
Hay, » ton........ i... ................... 12 00@15..
prepared to take pictures of all styles.
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•• baled
ton. .1.1................ !........ 4B- ..
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We had some taken one day, this ; Croquet is
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week and can truly say that they at present.
San Francisco refined,
ft.ll» 15..
10@ 16..
Island.*..
are the best we ever had taken on i the
20......
crushed.. J'-i.. .
Same old thing—flowers,
coast. As they will remain here but
20©....
granulated.
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HRHUM
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looking girl, etc. Thanks*:
. 70(4*1 00
Tea, black, fi ft;......
a short time, those wishing good ; pic-
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Imperial,.
1 00©l 25
Imperial .. .j. L..
IdL
23®
tures should call early.
Coffee,
Ciiataltìca, V ft
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The Modocs, base ballista, •
A ccident .—A man named Peter
Gazier, a workman in the mill of
Thos. Standley, on North Yamhill,
was severely, if not fatally, injured
in the head. In hauling a log up
into the mill the machinery was
stopped too suddenly and the “dog”
flew out of the log, striking Gazier
in the back of the head, just behind
the ear, penetrating some ! "RW
inches.
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AVE JUST RECEIVED AND ARE
constantly receiving
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A nnual '
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DISTRPÏ ïon
It is reported that our genial frijend,
V-
E pizootic The epizootic . has
AH the
reached this place at last,
horses in Mr. Dan. Johnson’s livery
stable, at this placejrtkre sick with the
disease, and we hear of a number of
cases in different parts of the county.
ve not heard of any cases prov-
ing fatal.
FERGUSON ««.BIRD
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The Aca,
nder
tho cliarge
bard
To leave these eaves I don't pro^
lance
is improving .finely. Th
I ask no odds of friends or foei
is quite large and the
Of bogus wordB or warlike bkwi
Bi
nun'Hi' Prof.
wiinmi
ki nJWr
From any combination.
Excellent.
Hub'
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stands his business and is the -right,
Now Uncle Sam his ngen
And says Dear Ji^ck come.let’s be man in the right place.
friends!
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And I will make com pieteamen da
Tillamook
county
will,
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For all your cost and trouble.
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second week in July next,
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Thinks I. dear,sir, perhaps yon 1
first term of Circuit Court,
But it must be some other day
And while considering what you
prospect indicates tfiat then wiH
i’ll prick this little bubble.
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about thirty limbs of the lar f 4
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Proposing love for Mr. Lo,
tendenpe. The good people of -jthat
The Peace Commissioners <
go
secluded county will have a chanjee to
DRUGS-MUSIO
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Thomas Faucett was arraigned be­
And many promises bestow, |
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fore Justice Hembree of thi^precinct,
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In well arranged profusion.
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upon a charge of having obstructed
But I will not be caught by these,
a highway by running a fence across
But go and come and take my
, e ease »
Cuiitoh^ for
B. A. Bailey, Collector of Castoni^
Or take the war path when I please »
what was supposed to be a county
the'port of Tillamook- is ab(|ut to i be
And think it no intrusion. lliii u
road running from the
Port­
removed ’ ‘ from his office,
office. Wo • £ ope
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Now.should a weasel
go . to sleejp. 111 - BlUI 111 temoiv^d
land 4 -road near the residence
of
Jacob
_ Yon might, perhaps upon him creep,
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got , his
this report is unfounded. EL o
~ r with a wild and fearless
faarlnan sweep
aro.p(
Or
Hayhes, in Chehalem valley, to the
Disturb his peaceful slumber.
appointment through thu influence of
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W illamette river. The road was lo­
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Senator Corbett.
But I purpose to keep awake,
cated in May, lr869, and was not fully
Ana cautions as the wily snakg,
Dr. H. R. Littlefield at St.
Watch every motion hemay
uemay make
iuaKe
approved until April 1873. After the
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That would my peace
ace encumner.
proposes
to
-
present
tl^e
-winlu
proposés
to
road was approved. Mr. Faucett ran
.pg
—C aj - ta 1 nu J ac K.
club, in the game of base ball to ' be
a fence Across 5t. For this he was
arrested and brought before Justice
The A mericaii Journal of Education for played at that place 4o-moi^ow,
splendid bats and a base Lufi
Hembree yesterday. He pleaded
f
May is out, with a gpod list of arti­
<4<
'not guilty” of the charge and the
! Hon. C. M. Walker is deputy Clerk
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parties
having waived a trial
“Unconscious Educutiori,” by Anna of Tillamook county. He is a inan
by jury tho Court proceeded to
C. Bracket, the gifted principal of the of fine ability and should bd elected
try the case. In order to make out i
St. Louis Normal Scool, is one of the Clerk of that county at the . ||ext
the ease on the part of the State, Mr.
sweetest and most suggestive poems election^
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election.
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Hurley, Attorney for the State offered
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of current periodical literature, The
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sw subscribers’
4iq
in evidence the records of the county I
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iH'iendj the
To
all
new
article, “Abbreviated Habits, pre-
Col’HltU afid the . .Vercicnataf D^ector^ for
Court in the matter of the location of
sents very clearly truths which
the price of the U ovrihb ^
said road. Col. Bradshaw, counsel
should have general recognition^ The Director is a sixteen’page publication ‘and
for defendant, promptly objected to
contains valuable inforfiM&ioh
-eve me. .
constant attention which is paid to Contains
information tyr
tyr-everdure
the admission of said records in testi­
l’ublished monthly at San Fi-anqi.4:o,
the practical facts in regard to the
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mony on the ground that they did
value of the teacher’s work, and the
ne pal-
te one
Mot show that any notice was posted
Hereafter we shbll deVotc'o
necessity of its being paid sufficiently
rtnr
tri'
umn of Our papqB to: agr|bult^ra
ilt
up according to Jaw, prior to the pre­
and promptly, is a merit which should
’ pleased
Sicd to htiv«
news. We would be
1
sention of the petition. After argu-
I commend it to teacheers for general
T__ us J sllOL X-
farmers and others write
nient, pro. and con., the. Court sus-
' circulation. The premium list,which is
-j-
tides on the subject.
tained the objection and held that the
i a liberal one, comprises many articles
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ro3d was not legally located. Where­
i of use in schools, none of greater use.
A piece of poetry, ¡¡which, we rc-
upon the Attorney for the State dis­
j certainly, than Webster’s or Worces- ceived from a correyj.>ODd<. nt Mt I ky-
continued the case and Faucett
• ter’s Unabridged Dictionary^ either ton, appears in our <
this|is-
walked forth a free man once more,
........... 1 of which is given for twelve subscrib- sue. It •¡Yais received la: weO^ ikit^oo
Col. Bradshaw’s look was “childlike I
b
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I ers.
late for Ui^ertion. , ' !
and bland” as he saw his client es­
For ten cents sent to A* II. An­
cape the ngly‘fangs of ' the law. If
ta'
drews & Co., 170 State St., Chicago, p i^ho has the bonds u
;
this decision is correct a great many ‘
you will receive a specimen copy by and three in block 67 ; Unt 3 iii blfcck
68; lots L 2 and 3 ¡in • l^loiik 459^
roads in this county are ' not leSnU-V 'Lurn'iLL
established.
Please inform this office*
Some days since one Boise, living
at Stringtown, Washington county,
was arrested and taken before Justice
Ball, of that county, on a charge of
having violated the game law by
killing and having in possession l
deer.
The accused pleaded “not
guilty” and was tried by a jury and
the jury failed to agree. The diffi­
culty seemed to be in ascertaining
whether the “game” he had was a
deer o- a wolf. Ho claimed that it
was a “skinned wolf” and some of
the witnesses testified that they could
not tell whether it was .» deer or a
cayote. It is said that persons who
haunt the “happy hunting grounds’ ‘
now frequently kill wolves and eat
them, and aver that they taste as
good as venisou. Wo presume that
the difference between eating a crow
and a grouse would be only trifling
now that the game law prohibits the
killing of the latter.
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The catcher for the McMinnville
base ball club, last Saturday, at St.
Joe., was rigged out in appropriate
festoonery and sports the largest
mouth of any single mortal in Yam­
hill county, excepting only the facial
operring of Antney Selders. After
all, an open countenance is only in­
dicative of free-heartedness.
NEW GOODS!
At the Old Brick Comer.
To any person sending us a club of
PROCLAMATION
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four subscribers weiwiM send a copy
W hebeas , Under the Act of the Legida-
of Ballou « MontJdy-
free for ive Assembly, of the State of Oregon, en­
one year, with an - elegant-
it- chromo. titled “an Act to protect Litigants” approved
October 24th, 1872, the L aeayette C oi riek ,
We will also send the COURIER and a newspaper published at Lafayette, in the
the Small Fruit Recorder for the 1 same' county of Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig­
to pnbfish the Legal and Judicial ad-
price as the C ourier . Alt orders for nated
vertisments for said county of Yamhill, and
W herkas , The proprietor of said L afa ­
the foregoing must* be accompanied
yette C ovbiek , has tiled with the county
with the cash.
Clerk of said county, a written stipulation
JACK.
fARD A STEWART, blacksmiths,
agone, hacks and buggies ironed,
hing and general job work done.
•BETTER À E
RII^Y : pictures of all
criptions alwa
Iwars on hand and frames
scriptions ma ide to order.
KER 4 I
, Ferry street; dry
ods, groce eries i and general merchan-
avton flou uring
ig mills.
CAPITAL SALOON.
JOS. BERNARDI,
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JK painting am
order by J. W. C
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, carriage and wagon
writing done to or-
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ST. JUS EPH BU8IN8SS DIRECTORY
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field;
and n
ICINES. Dr. H. R.
musical inatru-
Alao lamily gro-
s
, B. M.
4th and De
acconuu
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atta, proprietor: cor.
streets. New house
N orth tamhill mills .
THOS. 8TAN1LIY.
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y friends and the genkr -
al Public are invited to call and
Sample ipy
D rinks and cigars .
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DALLAS-SALEM
STAGE LINE
DAILY TRIPS.
eaves at t in the mobnino
Arriving at Salem at if
Returning, leaves Salem at One o'clock
Arriving at Dalla» at 4.
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JESSK D. LEWIS, Pru.
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EL1TY 4 SIMPSON, cor.
Elm ¡ ;
or. 4th and Elm
dealers in groceries, jlassware,
glassware, Queens
and patent
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cines
ILLIARD SALOON, Powers 4 Stewart,
proprietors. Best wines, liquors, Ac.
Propr.,
Commercial ft., SALEM.
stable Ferry street; bug­
les to let at all times, at
CO., Ferry atreet : dealers in
merchandise. The NEW cheap
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Lone Star,
B. HARRIS,..,........................... .Proprietor
LAFAYETTE.
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FIRST CLASS SALOON, ALWAYS
supplied with the very choicest
WINE8.
BRANDIES,
WHISKIES,
CIGARS,
OYSTERS and
SARDINE
To be had in the best markets.
This saloon is al«o provided with a goed
BILLIARD TABLE.