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FRIDAY, JUNE 20
l u i lll’P
T illamook , June 17, 1873. .
‘ Sheriffs Sale.
D ear C ourier -.—The immense
Samuel Brown 1
barrier tbat has heretofore been the"
is. i j1 »
means of separating tfce people of
y virtue of wa degree of THE Polly Smith and
Circuit Court, v we wilt offer for aale Daniel Baninitt.
Tillamook has not been removed but
at public auction on
surmounted. The new wagón road Monday, the Utli’day of July, 1873,
e in the above
foreclosure of mor
will be. ready for travel ¡by tfief 20th at the Court ¿House door, in” Tillamook entitled suit, made and t ered of record
lwtween the hours of 9 o’clock a. in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
of July, while all who hi.ve passed county,
an execution in
in., and 4 o’clock p. m., on said day, the for Yamhill count;-
‘with . duly issued thereon,
accordance 1 herew_._
over it pronounce it a good road. The longing to the estate of Thomas Stilwell, out of said Uoiirt, , and to me directed, in
favor of said plaintiff,
present company expect to( keep a deceased: The Edrick Thomas Donation against
defendant,} Andrew Fmitb,
Land Claim, Notification No. 7995, Claim
„ ' hundred
•• • " and twen-
large force at work the remainder of No. 44, township 1 south, range 9 west, for the sum pf
containing 14 17-100 acres, and also in ty-seven <«327 80)and80-100dollarts, U. 8. gold
the summer making improvements. Claim No. 44, in tqw'nsliin 1 south, range cbm, with Interest theréon. in like coin,
II. R. LITTJU:F i W.D, DRtGGfeT
from the 20th day of March, 1872, at the
10 west, containing
ing 306 7-KM1
The people of Tillamook are mak 320
21-100 acres, .iim,
it, in section
AO rate of one dervent per month, aud the
sum of Thirty and 90-100 dollars
ing preparations to Celebrato • the lot 2, in section 24: lots 1 and 8,andS. W urtlier
. St. Joseph, Orr<o*ÿ
qr. of c X. _.....
¡25, , in section ($30 90). costs and disbursements óf «ult,
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Fourth of July in appropriate man- 73, and jot 14 of section 26, all in T. 1 8., R. I have levied on and will nr irofceed
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10 W., TDlainook oontity.
county. ’ A pre-emption at ptiblic auction, to the ni ighest bidder,, Takes fliis method of ittfOTming fhe
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25 i for U. 8. gola coin,, '
of foreclosure, that he is offering at P ortland P mices , a
. said execvrtion and d<
To all pleasure seekers we say in the N. E. corner of the E<hdck Timin ' in front of the l.'ónrt
je door in La- Irfrge assortment of
fiVettc, Yánjhill cOunt^, ’cgtto, the reàl
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come to Tillamook. We boast of as claim, in township 1 south, ranges 9 estate
M c M innville , June 14, ’73.
havin the finest hunting ground on 8 I lock 1. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4 and 8in Mock
On the «3d day dK
E d . C ourier :—By resolution of the the coast, while our biys and rivers 2. Lots 1, 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8, in block 3, and at one o’clock p. m. said day, all the ;J f
all of block 4. Also, A levy front of 121 I right, title and interest of the said de
Yamhill^Farmers’ Protective League, furnish all the fish that thè oedan af feet in w’idtli on the north of the town. fendants, Andrew Smith and I’olly Smith,
Also other blocks and 1<MA1 and .¡ill in In ahd to tiie tortlowing real property as
the next meeting will be held at St. fords.
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’'f- tracts and paeccls to suit purchaser®.»
TERMS: Gold Goin, one-fourth eiwh in as described in said decree of forectoknré,
Joseph on Saturday, June 21st. at 1
hand, the remainder in 12 months,secured State of
Oregon. * fill
JL« 4, H*
K. 3 W.,
by mortgage on the land, and drawing in StlltC
o’clock p. m. As there will bo some
To any person sending us a club of terest at 10per cent.
claim of Ahdrew J>. Smith and Po!
WILLIAM II. PERKINS.
important business before the League four subscribers we wiU send a copy
- •• • beini
• «Claim No. 4 k , and l>eing parts
ice p t Ti
17, _ 18,19
r„„. and 20 Ó (C
a full attendance of the farmers is of I gallon'» Monthly Magazine free for
G. W. LAWSON
sold tó I». Smith)
87 8-100 acires heref
one year, with an elegant chromo.
; io be sold io
containing 965 67-100 i
W m . G alloway .
We will also send the C ourier and
R. P. BIRD,
i Sheriff of YamhU Il count y, Orégón.
the Small Fruit Recordet for the same
Lafryctte, May 731,1871 Pik-
Froitt a OìrtCKERJNG PIAÑO do*n toa
WTOTICE IS HEHEBÎ GIVEN THAI
The following officers were elected prifce as the C ourier . • All orders for LX
virtue of an execution issued out ol ’ the *-^i---------- 1-------- ’“‘TH
by the Gran^ Lodge, I. O. G. Tuj Il Hi!' M the foregoing must be accompanied Hon. Circuit Court, of the State of On jgon
The Celebrated MASON 4» HAMUN
for the County of Yamhill, and to me dii feet-
G W C T, Tilman Ford: G C, Mrs. with the ca^h.
E. Hoxter; G W! V T, Miatt A. E. To all new subscribers we will send the •Daniel Barnjum. Plaintiff, and against |_An-
Defendant, . for the sum ofjTwo
Director for ■C
Underwood; G S, J. A. Smith; G A C o Ù kikr and the Mercantile
au^ sixteen 15-100 dollars, U.
U . 8.
S, E. W. Ryan; G T, J. B. McClane; the price of the C ocbieb , The Mercantile gold coin, an4 the further aum
costs,I have levied
levie upon the fol-
A Complete Stock of Small InrtrtHnenfa
G Chaplain, Wm. Harmon; G M, W. Director is a sixteen ipage publication* and 16-100
lotfiiP described real
ast the property of
contains valuable information for everyone. said Defendant, Andrew.Smith,to-wit :.Lots
R. Dunbar; D G M, Miss Anna Bos Published monthly at San Francisco, C«l;
No’s 48, 50. 51,52, 53,59, 60.62 , 65, (CT, 70,
FERQUSOH A BIRD Accordéons,
well; GIG, Mrs. E. C. Griflmjj G O
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71, 72, 73, 74, 80, 90, 163,161», 169,170< 172,
175, 176,180, 182, l^l, 187, 188,1*9,192,
Hereafter we shall devote one col 173,
193,196, 200. 201. 202, 2(l3,,20i, 211, 21b, 287,
ave ,: jusiv received and are
umn of our paper to agricultural 289, 292,294 and 295, atiuated in the town
C herry F estival .—Our household news, We would be pleased to have of Dayton, Yamhill county, Oregon, ind
VIOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR STRINGS
accepted an invitation of Mr. A. B. farmers and others write us short ar
N w G oods ».
Of the be«t quality constantly On haod, a«
at one o’clock p.m. of said day, I will pro
Henry to be and appear on the hill ticles on the subject.
Mudc of latest Publication,
ceed to sell, at public auction, to the high
at his old residence on Sunday last to
est bidder, for U. 8. gold coin, in front of
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Call aud examine; • AH otders promptly
deJw P 7
Who has the bonds for lots; 1,- 2 the Court House door in Lafayette. Yam CLOTHING.
participate in a cherry banquet. It is
hill cdunty, Oregon, all the right, title and
J hats %C a F s ,
needless to say. that the occasion was and three in block 67 Ì lot 3, in block interest of the above named Defendant in i
an enjoyable one, and that the pro 68 ; lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 69. satisfy said execution and accruing costa.
II || GROCERIES,
Please inform this office
prietor was voted a “ host.”
[¡I 1 fi ARD WARE,
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
Lafayette, May 30,1873.
A match gamCFgame of base ball
W. A . FENTON
GENTS’. FÜÍ ISHÍÑG
was played, last Saturday, at Mc ! ■ •
GOOpS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
Minnville between the Rough and
Ready Jr. club, of Lafayette and the
KKLTY A SIMfrSOft«
1 W hereas , Under the Ac of tb ie Legila- i
McMinnville junior club resulting in
8H ERID AN, 0GN,
•ive Assembly, of - the State
a victory for the former club by a JL i: I "! •«the
titled "an Act to protect Litl; garits” approved L a ©18 ^ ©KES3
State for 8TYLE, FASHION’
, : i ' jn nu
l YKTTE OofKIKB,
Oetober24tb, 1$“2, the L afay
score of 64 to 32.
ette, in the
a newspaper published at Lafa;
Of latest Stvles and
county of Yamhill, Oregon,‘ ‘Rasjbeen
fia«| w.. ¡desig- I
• e; Fl 3 . II
There is some talk of having a
naled to publish the Legal and I Judicial ad-
S3" GI ve thWl|Éou4
vertisments for said county :of Yambid, and
Fourth of July celebration at St. Joe.
WuEREAf^rTliO proprfetqr of said L afa
We think that Yamhill county could I
yette Cor bier , has filed with the county
Clerk of said county, a written stipulation
afford to have one celebration some
accepting the conditions of said Act, together
where within its boundaries and St
with » Bond approved as the law directs LAFAYETTE Bl
Joe is as good a place as any.
L afayetss C ourier , u hereby proclaimed
RD, corner of Jefferson
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JI fully Announce to the citizens of Yam to be appointed and confirmed as the* medi
and Main ; d
ero in produce and gen-
The two men, Savage and Wilson, hill
um through which all Legal and Judicial ad-
ebunty that he will give a
vertisments for said county of Yamhill shall
who were arrested in the upper
be publi hed for the period authorised by
~~N. north eide Main
country by Mr. Garrison of McMinn
street; deale i in drugsv confection-
Ntfts of »II
r Done nt the city ofSalem, this ,19th day o’
ville for horse stealing in this county
February, A. D. ¡872.
j AT EAST CIIEJIALEM
L. F. GROVER,
were taken to Salem last Saturday to I
OHN BIRD, w tside Jefferson street,
Governor of Oregon,
dealer in stov and tinware.
be tried there on a charge of burglary.
G rand . ! I - I
Chapter of Roya^ Arch Masons,
which assembled at Portland last Fri
day, elected the following officers for
the ensuing year:
Grand High Priest, J. R. Bayley;
Deputy Grand High Priest, J. R. Lee;
Grand King, J. B. Congle; Grand
Scribo, D. G. Clarke, Grand Treasur
er, J. C. Ainsworth; Grand Secreta-
R. P. Earhart; Capt. of Host, F. J.
Babcock; Grand Principal Sojourner,
Geo. Humphrey; Royal Arch Cap
tain, F. N. Shurtliff; M. of 3rd Vail,
M. V. Brown; M. o|P 2nd Vail, A. G.
Walling; M. of 1st Vail» B. W. Wil
M. E. Church South.
B. T. WEATHERLY, TASTOB.
_ Appointment« for Lafayette Circuit as fol-
First Sabbath, Happy Valley.
M. E. Church, North.
D. F. SPAULDING, PASTOR.
Appointments for tafayette Circuit as fol-
First Sabbath, Lafayette, 11 a. in., and 6
Second Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. m.
McMinnville, 7, p. m.
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 11 *p. m.
Lafayette 6:30 p. m.
Fourth Sabbath, McMinnville 11 aL m., and
7 p. m.
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC
A R emarkable R elic .—On last
Saturday Fred. Crawford, Jo. Cham
bers, and others, in passing up. the
Willamette river, at a point a short
distance above the mouth of the Yam
hill river, saw something in the sand
near the edge of the water which had
the appearance of a bone. On mak
ing a careful examination of it they
found it to be the tusk or tooth of
some extinct species of animal sup
posed to be the Mammoth. On mak
ing further examination they found a
part of a jaw bone of the same ani
mal. The tooth is not broken or de
cayed. It measures 16 inches in
length and 18 inches in circumference,
and weighs 13 1-2 pounds. The part
of the jaw bone found measures 20
inches in length and weighs 16 1-2
pounds. The relics were found on
Marion county side of the Willamette
liver about 25 feet below the top of
the bank and two feet above the edge
of the water. We have been informed
that other relics have been found
near this place. These bones are
doubtless the remains of some gigan
tic animal that roamed this Galley
thousands of years ago, but whether
it was a Mammoth or a Mastodon
we know not, but we are inclined to
believe that it was the former. Some
relics of extinct animals were found
by Gen. Palmer at Dayton in this
county, some years ago, but we think
that these are larger than those were.
The State Geologist ought to have the
gigautie remains and place them in
his museum. They are in possession of
Fred. A. Crawford, of this county.
T all W heat .—A- B. Henry has a
40-acre field of wheat near this place
which stands, on an average, over .5
feet high, and is heavy and rank ac
cordingly. One stalk, not selected as
a particularly tall one, measured 6
feet I 1-2 inches. This mammoth grain
stands On “grub land,” which, but a
few years since, was a wilder
ness. ‘ And the process of clearing it
off ip worthy of mention here, The
'•‘grubs”—mostly oak—were cut into
wood and sold in town. Sheep were
put upon the land and starved down
to the point of keeping the sprouts
eat down for a couple of years and
the wqrk was done; the stumds read
ily plowed out, for, be it understood,
oak stumps rot very soon when
not allowed to send up sprouts.
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M c M innville S treet I mprove
street in I McMinnville
has been graded up, .graveled, and
substantially planked on the sides
"while very ample drainage has been
provided. This is a step in the nght
direction and I^afayette would’ do
well to imitate. The muddy slough
>- which formerly disfigured the main
business street of our neighbor Jaerg
wjll hence be a practicable highway.
H ighway R obbery .—A China
man, who has been in this vicinity
buying hogs was stopped on the rood
yesterday morning between this place
and Dayton, by a white man, who
said he hailed from Oregon City, and
relieved of five hundred dollars aud a
pistol. The Sheriff is in pursuit of
"ll'l ‘ _ll I 111 i lir Lili I'to i-i
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. “ nr.
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At the Old. Brick Comer.
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lie Bool M
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4th OF JURY BALD,
Every arfhngement will ? be made to make
the gueBts^ comfortable. '
Good music will be in attendance.
A general invitation is extended; •
TICK ET8, , INCLUDING SUPPE«.
11 Ull.i I. |i
Mr. J. R. Majors, tonsorial artist
of this place is always ready to ¡give
you a clean shave, a good bath, or icut
your hair, for the small sum of 25
cents each. He understands his busi
ness. Give him a eall.
issued, but a GENERAL invitation is ex-
tended td all.
COMMITTEE OF | n Y1TATIO* :
Forest G rove...
.. ?. ...'Ed Goodell,
......... W B Adc'ook
."...H F Bedwell
Ijafavettu.. I • - • i.
. ...... Roe Keliy
i.......... Wm RidSeway
. Jesse Bryant
McMinnville... ............. .. < •
........ DMC Gault
Hillsboro........ .. ........
. .W J McCooneH
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FLOOR managers :
G W Lafington.
TICKETS, INCLUDING SUPPER... .$3 00
B W DUNN.
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es - good
hand and to arrive at Ross’ £tore,
Road Supervisors ’ receipt
printed ana for sale at this offioe for
$1 50 per hundred. Adapted for any
district in the county.
Dr. H. R. Littlefield,
field, of St. Joe,1
has just received a large
his stock of drugs, music, groceries,
Somebody during the camp
walked off with a watch fi
house of Mr. D. Smith-
Mr. John Bird has always <
a complete assortment of stoves, t
ware, etc., etc.
Ferguson & Bird have lately
ceived a large addition to their st
of crockery ware, groceries, etc.
CMraM Ape M
Kelty & Simpson hs^ve some spl
8 evere A ccident .—Mr. Mark did oranges for sale at their store
Sawyer was thrown from his wagon, this place.
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near Wheatland, a few days ago, and
his team running away, the wagon
J ob W ork of all descript
passed oyer his body, breaking his ly executed at this office. <
arm and severely injuring one of his call and see specimens.
We had a call yesterday from •Id
Mr. Eubanks, agent for Dr. Cham Gamble, Deputy Internal
plain's Ligneous Extract is in town, Collector.
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with a good stock. This medicine is
claimed by many who use it to be a
sure cure for the'-Dyspegeia. Try it. raising ray idly.
nHB IS MEDICINE IS WARRANTED TO
JL do all that is recommended if /taken
according to directions. Aft a yer|aifuge it
For all BHllousitattacka
and Coati veuesa it is unexcelled—in? fact no
one should be without it: fori by «trie let atten-
tion to its use, you will not t be troubled
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SICK HEADACHE, SOU^ j STOM
a CH, DIZZINESS, COLIC,
OR ANY FEBRILE
PRICE, *1 25 per botti.
Oy*For Sale by all Druggists
Hair Dressing Saloon.
"rar! M. RAfifem
. Cóunty Judge and
atto me st law,— office
Court f, House.
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Jas. H. Olds, proprié Fine ikinel and Liquor« for Medietas
té ry stable in uses.
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EM!SALOON, wutli aide Main street, I
MJT Sajupaon, irrúj^rietor.
V ON £ STAR BA 4> on ; It ; Harris, pro-
prietor, Main si itireet, jvwt «bove Eagle
: Hotel. ,
¿BRADSHAW, ', attorney at law
Whcht, boat white,
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Corn Meal $ ft..... ..
Flour best, Waack. (4 barrel)
’«■ li a a 4 Eloui4,
FWV11E UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE- Bran
JL i «i>«cUully announce thathe will give a Hay, $ ton....................
4th OF JULY BALL.
FLOl’H, GRAIN, ETC.
A cknowledgment .—We are under AT NORTH YAMHILL ACADEMY
peculiar obligations to Senator James
£ AAuay, July
V my 4th,
iqi u, ,
K. Kelly for a set of the Congression
al Globe for 42nd Congress witn uv Good music will be provided and no efiort
will be spared to promote the enjoyintent of
doxes and Appendix.
participants. No invitation tickets wilt
The contract for building the bridge
across the Yamhill, at Dayton, has
been let to Gen. Coffin for $2,500.
Mr. Brothers has the contract for
furnishing the piles* at 3 1-4 cents per
8. F. C imdwick
Sec. of State.
FOR A SHAVE. YOUR HAIR CUT IN
THE LATEST STI LECTOR A GOOD
RATH ANl) YOUR WHISKERS
DYED THE BLACKEST,
/e X » ■ i m J i I.’. I -k-i 1 4* 4 >•
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T ÂFAYÉTTE O )URIER,
J. H. Upton,
J. R. MAJORS’
fferson street, in fire-
JLj proprietor, Jefferson
proof if Mrick.next dqor to Ferguson 4 Bird.
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ttorney; office on south
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refined, $ ft. 11 .» 15
10@ 16 ,i-
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j . R_.
"granulated / !■
. 75<1 ( 00 j
above tin shop. :
Tea, black, $ ft.
1 00^1 25 j^'-rrrr '»■■re ==
28® 25 ii' i»?
Coffee, Costa Rica,
DAJTON DUS NESS DIRECTORY.
3 24@ 25 ?
Rio.-. ♦ •
HRIS. TAYLO I, dealer in general iner-
1 50@ 33
chandiae. Odd F c II owb ’ building, The
Salt, Carmen Island, $cwi..
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Liverpool, coarse........ ... à«
dairy...... .. •
L, Saw Mill. Dressed
VMT 8. P
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. 1 | i
▼ V e lumber < all kinds, doors and win-
i : ''
Apples, green $ bi__
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. - blacksmiths,
Wagons, hacks and buggies ironed,
and general job work done.
Potatoes, P bush...
EY : pictures of all
Onions. ÿ ft
on hand and frames
Beef, fresh, ^Tb.......
corned......... i......... .
street ; drf
TWARKER A CO., Ferry
L ».«j w«.
Pork, fresh, ft ft...... .. • • >’• •
Veal, “ .......................... # • i • •
Mutton“ ........................... • • • • «i • *
BEST; livery stable Ferry street; bug-
Bacon, hams F ft......... L. * » ♦ • •
• gies and horses to let at all times, at
p • <
sides..... ., • ÿ • » • V
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. The NEW cheap
Chickens, dressed, each
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BUTTES, EGG9, ETC,
Butter, fresh rolls, > ft..
heeae, . Oregon prime
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WOOL, HID’ BA
ool. >ft... ............
Hidea, dry, each............
green, salted, eacl
Deer Bkina, dreased, $ ’
Sheep «kina, wool on, eac
¿Inseed Oil, boile^, # c*
& rd* oil ^gallon...........
G. Rouse, carriage and wagon
painting and sign writing dons to or-
order sbyj. W. Ckrey.
N, cor. 4th and Elm ;
ries, glassware, Queens
vóN, Powers A Stewart,
J l B proprietor!. Beat
Bee wine«, liquors, Ac.
J OH.Y BIRD,
^ÿ'HOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL-
S T O V Ï3 s,
TOÎ, SHEET IRON A COPPRWASE,
Fortt anti Lili Ftijs,
OalvaMiaed lrott Pipe, Lead
Bath ISth«,, Rte.
All orders from the
Promptly filled, and Delivered to any point
RUGS AND MEDICINE8, Dr. fi. R. in the county Free of Charge, at
jLMUMd , ' music, musical instru-
mejts, toys and notions. Also lamily gro-
Lta, proprietor: cor.
streets. New house JOB WORK | JLZVJwV