Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, October 03, 1873, Image 1

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begin to thiolr that for Once vix^yxzv ■ iwn j vacr v > itiowv»
least (he ran is behind time, ia nothing very remarkable in i,
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the
Never had
ce
Publithcd every Friday by
not, then it seems plain that all appearance, but the ; die work It
tyiplisbea renders it the moat Arctic steamer Juniata it : “On
ant retreat ; i
iwjch clocks are wrong,
roit
servatory appears t<
pposition which is at variance wonderful clock in the world, aud arriviug at Upernavik, Comman­
WOOD’S MOVSMOfiD MAGAZIN®,
TERMS OF SUBSCRIFTIGN.
summer mondng.
mlv ‘thé 'most Important ope der Braine paid bis respects to
th all our traditional ideas of
which, with Ha Premium«, is « m «f the most i{ For all its pleasant J® rt
Krarup L Smith, Inspector Royal,
Cw»y, Oe* y.
attractive- in the country.
i place. Op inquiry, it is grad­ ih England.
ever, the idea of dtp
Month*,
»
We now proceed to ofce of those of North Greenland, who narrat­
ing to find that our faith in
Price of Magasine,
ed with considerable f minuteness,
iiji •
4
Tluee MuÜU,
decidedly a formidah
* )le one. A Qreenwich timepieces is perfectly * curions J^tie domes , surmounting
rr
«¿tea, one tee! ‘ “"letj, aad that it really is< the vitons parte of the ObservatoAy. the details of the quar^on board
—
the very entrance
re
!
A YEAR.
ly convicted
• of the»os£ab-J
suddenly
coi
RATES OF ADVERTISING l
hat is behind time. The ap- Here we find an instrument devot- the Polaris, and attrii ed the un-c
f
r. Bissell
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.111 ■ • '1 ’ —- 1 - —
—- —- — ■——• orte
— - - — —
- — — — - —■
Commission*
literal,
i ing a lacraUve
ject ignorance.:
1
cdl qntirely to the study of fee happy dissensions to
are mya-
it
motion
of
the*son,
as
every,
I «* I.1™: HI
-'
- wflliag to
and Bfreeable
buaineaa • - to —
those
the
scientific
officer,
officer, Who spoke
terious, metal
ed ¡on A«
•know«,-w i really the motion moon. Observations of the moon
“ " . ' :
. !
■ ■
wnra ■gire it proper attontioo.
most
contemptuously
of Captain
con
wall
for
thé
de
jR.
v*
■,
of Brit-
(
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¡¡ m ™.
„
SO) lä~nsw
Now the earth ; are of nunetpo importance to us
1
Sxamlns
our
Clubbing
k
Premium
Uste.
alleged
iv<is ignoraut*
ish measurements, 'itid the qnes- «poves round the sun in a kind of as a
i»0<) ïTTTîto
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O'--" that-he
----------------- y——
—— v t
^vigatois, iaas- ’ Hall,
ärttea»
ISfàH
fav®
¿vai
path^y.
of
Arctic
history,
and
pnfitted
for
;T-*o firaLcfaM periodicala for the price of tion at once
. When she is on tmich M sbe, affofds pieaijs deter-
n t « oo one.
1
Tfi
the
work
to
lie
accomplished,
and.
4<M.‘
teJfJ-Tbe
11
pilier
aide
of
lining longitude at sea. Her mo- the work to lie accomplished, and.
'
A * these to do withast
li is oval her mo­
! of thi
2K I ss 00 dZ* For specimen Magazfae and farther
lisa—
in­
JÌ-
prejudice the crew
to prejndjci
30 ¡ 60 00 formation, Address
on
there ia a
rOfojeelera' lted, and the sun ii to)* JioWever, aré of an c^trente|y endeavoured
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' hifev
nj&He ®P*
i* I K»
of
the
ship
against
^o^fioeted nature, end it is v$i
which the h<
1 WOODS HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE,
ftll
eroM
thw
meridian
before
he
*1
a
W’
'
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ve one to twen
4« i
s*
Newberg, . sr
M. Y.
tbetake ahould be ob- patently' wished to gi& the expo-
Suit , now, howeyerv ire
i notices fa tb» Local C q I oium , 15
8. E. SHUTES, Pufafahqr-
popularly b
ed at,^11 timw a«d uader all sition a German charj ¿ter and de-
cento per Hue. each inserttoB.
eoe^nd of the ova), apd
For legal and transitât advertlMBMBfatt - -
The
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mg bv the tuRf » ;»
V-’M’ • 1
aiBataaces., But wjUi the uan- sired to take full comq jfend.
ps slowly^ and, as we.
■ .:-V :
AO por square of lì linee, for the first inser­
Inspector
further
stat<
id that Cap- |
•arniut first -no­
tion, and ai.Ot per square for each »ubeeqnent
Deteamiaedite
see, the sun is behind1 bis time. It,
T
I
A
1 3 F. f inS
¿4
fd
. had somo !
Bsertien.
tarn
Hall
evidently!
ted, it is plain - that the mdon
on
is dear, therefore, that if the
L0(Mi;®R£l h® SOWaRt ‘¡>* T”
Legal AdeertfaemmUs lo òe Faid/or wp- JUST
kind of misgiving or r ? premonition |
subjects of Greenwich clocks were to be reg­
outer 1 difficulties
could bo observed when oh
e« mafaaÿ Proof by the PMiaher.
raiidpg ad-
of death while at Dii SCO, where be |
his first ibquife
Cheaper Than Ever. 4 for 11.
•a.Poreawal Adws. 50 CU. a U*e.-»
ulated according to the time at is et o»irçr llie meridifti, aud i jfot
saw Smith and placed^ In Ms Care-1
mittance, ind he
era to his which the lord of the day,, put j ¿n always the«. Some five qr
teberiptions Seat last. St 00 a Year.
X valuable records of <
Franklin i
wy length of appearance at this little cobweb, I and-twepty years ago, tbeto
amazement that t
Ì -
1
were
Ft C. SULLIVAN.
W. 8A W YER DESIRES TO INFORM his trousers, $ndi |
they would require constant alter­ Sir George Airy, the present al8' search expedition,
• the people of Lafayette and vicinity coat and .jtofl
handed
to
command^
inc, who]
ation. They arc, however, set to tronomer Royal, deafened the ffil-
ï
he baa located at MoMinnviile with
A.ttorney atij Law, that
will
place
them
in
tbe
i
custody
o
instruments, and is prepared to take have all been d
record the average time of his tfegimuth)* and since then the
j'*’; ’ ' new
the Secretary of the Ji; avy, ou hit
Uie finest picture in all kinds of weather. uremente based
Dallas,
transit This ¡dever varies, and portauce'of Greenwich as a I
•L-fe-Kl 1
•
•
r j ■ ■■ a > ** * **i
5!
Particular attention paUkllta*«
arrival in the Ufnitedk
i:
nited States.
Lof thè heavenIv
twelve o’clock “Greenwich mean observatory baa been just f «I
VM7ILL
in the courts
ILL practice
PRACTICE INI*
TAKING CHILDHENS* PICTURES. f
The steam-launch ,pf the- Juni
of Yamhill, Pulk «od 1 other countie« N. B Child»<n should be brought between
»,
jiv
A tailoHslyard $
T
mtUit ap. i time” is simply the mean or aver doubled.
r 201y
1*
a V V —_ _1/V
fl WYE*. I
b Or.gon.
?ta sighted’the Tigress near Upetj
5*
portion age time at which throughout thè" y With tliis iuslrument and the
’Jj ' il
pears, bears .a
■ 1 ’i! I' 1
'Efeutenant
DeLoni
i which, year the sun crosses the merid- than sit ’ci. de the Observât Dry navik. 11 'i Lieutenant
to U(e len^b, W
>$
: «*>&•?
4»-
Mi
fright do.altthst, steictiy speafci teg, boarded her and imparted valuil
H’W p^'5
, Ml j beate i iteli
under specified
ian. !
•He ten n
ble information .< taT Commanded
lit
I I
WATCHES
.dsec- z Let the observer now resume comes witbia its proviue. *J Che
Accurate second
Greer, exhibiting a ¿hart showing
onds of time ai
Ata. fwilchl.at the
instrument, whole.duUof Greenwich, as de­
piLOCKK, A SEWING MACHINER
the track of the lautich, and rec­
astronomical j
Wjiqt he has
do i;
•If the w/MMUiu*
V'LEANED AND REPAIRED by
to record
record fined by Herschel, is to furnish
iiw*w to u -Ji
*0.
ommended him to take a north
>
W. C. B kowkli .. L afaysttx
tailor wishes to verify his measure the precise instant at which
vluch the now, aud at all future tiind .’toe westerly course from Cape Shact-
1. H, OLBS ■ PROPIHETOR.
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J
ii., t M
I
? ■ I f iiikUiHl C-M j I i . .i' i
•limb.'fe
he has ouly lo biiagitto the Ub­ sun’s edge pr|
or ‘ ^linib,
”1 as a'strono-
astrono­ best fend most perfect data by
i ■ ■ ■
I Irk5 rT’piTilT vHi-ii t ;
'
f
I* ’!i
N AND AFTEK MAT IS. THERE
ili find mers express it, passes that cen­ Which theJawa of the lenarfand elto’n.
will
be
a
regular
stage
running
be
­
E. C. BRADSHAW.
.
On
the
14th
of
August
the
obser- ­ plBRetary movemente, as defined by
¡curate. tral “wire. ” In any single obser
a
tween lAfayette and Portland, making
h
”
ress parsed Cape Alexander
weekly tripe, leaving I-afayette enrry Fri­ As to the clock,
Ji astrono- vation, however, he may be a lit­ theory, can be compared wife ^ob­ gress
Jkttorney at Law 3 day
^nrt
Tni.IV«
Itf
morning at s o’clock, returning Satur­
I WOS nOW
servation.” Mensurative astrpno Fort Foulke.
rohomers
know
mer
’
s
clock,-fold
tle
at
fault,
and
for
the
rake
of
day.
fa
re
,
each
wat
,
r
so,
“
I
LAFAYETTE, OREGON.
the daylight, and a i rocjc in tlie-vici
T ,
nft Ì ■H
’ 'I •
.’».‘and'fte -Jh.’s; greater accuracy therefore,, .he lily for praeddrt purposes is l the
nothing of fo
{y of Cape j^lsin was recogpj#
A NEW HACK
.¡ajo
arc sufficiently will notpi|too iiwton
tlteir cu
tont at which it great bushieatjf Greenwich^-
onice in the Court House.
ill HU • r
J'i -J i ii
>y Captain Tyson
Tysoi as the sat
sai
I *■'-•■’ 'I ' rivi -
---------------------- Will be placed upon this line in a short, com^
T|i^ Groat
Great £iÿ»torial
&ywtorial telescope by
-
J
..r»
the
‘
tht , “wires,” and I The
»/
time.
about sixteen years
Years that hid the Polare from view
between was mounted feboiit
notion
then strike i an average
.
*
EXPRESS and ether business attended to
“
* i ofc the the party on the .¿pc float. I
j j-jh
.-¿' ìì M îa ì
ago,»
uuner
the directioa
•1
W. MJ RAMSEY,;
U1’u
the Sun i^. it nt
them,
- -
—- -
- -
. —
T , ■
ppromtly. *
,
■
I
.
.
-,
4 *•..:■
h
1*3
stai
t
! whcn.i
present
Astronomer
¿ftoyal
Ot
is vessel was litre
a mere
' Slowly the sun cr
creeps up to the
i, •
- — ■ -— +
sound
of
human
vgRéà
was
h&a
Attorney at Law,
the
‘le largest instrument in tlie Qb-
Ob­
tO.i passing th*
• of first line, and1 the observer lightly
servatory,and of its kind is ^neof and a boat was itmtantly lower
L afayette , oreoon .
d
m»b
ukm H tlte Oûe<y4
~
vate
taps a Jit|le spring attached to the ■
ithe finra’t iostrenientefe foe thfrld. It was about 9 o’cjock in the €
himself
in fen
J
,ri
-Y
second
‘
.
‘
wteqi
’
J®
___
in
/ i Offlcs ia the Coart H obo «.
its object glass wlrieh . iaa iü
th K wb ning, and amid
le greatest è
r _ 'I
with an irregu
jnin tog spring js
. -•- '.2 ■ 11 .¿p iff i h 4 ___________
citemcnt t nom in odd er Greer ft
i
inch« 4ft. . diameter,
*■' f
_____ has g f(
où his left hand
on throughout the
I
>
, (Wir bou>e!
taaceoL çfehtçcn feet, and &lpue claimed: : “I sec
»
hr | • F II I
**—•*•«»
...
ul
vrii Hr nihe Yireb?
doorway in ohe
,^X).
The most
curious touts are cleaily Sbcrceptiblo? 1
W. A. FENTON,
,cost
XI,
1
___
.
r
<r
once interefoed
he Employed in' the observation. Or
■f“ “
1
moving figures cc|i f>e seen on
»
nrr
feature In thfs 'telescope
is
i
eally
at|>h
L
The spring is connected with a eknkwork arrangement bylithich mainland, near littletdti leflae
Oregc*.
IxtfeyeCte, • >
« « • •
t 'T*
UULfiM]I
Ml#
ered.tiip fepu
telegraphic ’ ire extending to a <he it fa Hows any subject undçrex- lu.au how* afterlifei-d thy boatj
“t !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL computatiotis of time.
The
chief
¡‘fcbroiwrapc in a distant pact-of
;
'
SHERIDAN, OGN,
er fa
aiuwalfond. 4&te. ufed, as steady turned, but only brought too»!
’IW''ilf the
business „i'e;;*,wieb
oi'Gre
th>
build,i|gi
ind
in
order
to
un-
intimated, chiefly tor what iKy be telligenco that ¡C Captain Buddirtg-
Challenges the Sts fa for 8TYLÉ, FA8HION,
world kiw^ws," 8» to tell nsr the
olmi
derstand
the
lethod of recording called gazing purposes- suefe, for ton uud his part g ( had gone i sofolu
audDURAlIMTY.
« I
fo this RnaH
Hnall and the ohservati
time of day, a
-..«MyJjSlre will now fol-
■ Os the ‘scrutiny
. f the in the middle of ijjune last, in
• J
TIN, SHEET IRON
ItlstabéO,
COPPBWASE»*
BQmewhat -j meigi i looking apart- low the < telegraphic signal, of, as
marvelous eruptions on the suffice boats ltoping jpi meet friedoly
menuis the great .telescope <4W imagination
whaling vessels^p '' carry the
tion is even swifter than
SCTS?*» *"!■
•Of the son, or the mountain^
I
the ' telegrat
»graph, we will imagine
.J J
: - ■■ 'I , i r
•! IJ J( ■ : I I lpi| Pp ■
• J] ’ ■
moon, tud it is often necces^ ^iry to Nqwfo.mjdiaudij , The Tigress i
F
—
-
that we have reached the “chrpte ¡.¿pntipije sucn
again
mashed, arcompap
observation IS for 1 was
This
instrument-
tbe
transit
5
by
Commander Gfeen
.
J
TBXNCIPAL.
hours together. It is
_ plainjhow- this ti
circle
as
W
technical
Iv
calledS-
j*J ' Til
* 2Ji U‘ 'ito "l-j
f •
r
- - - - IBII
,-
|
uimaux Joe (as intctìprci
ever, that if an observer is 'ejam- and
4
f* J
tetwelvè
anâ
ite
...Vv,
.«¿p,
two women, 5md
»
ugly
we
¡find
ourselves
Accordi
All order» from the
ID
the ter),
ihmg tho surface of the sito/
i
largest glass Weiffb^tfidteftMi rdi-
3
HUM.
lildrenfgrected them, w
nnEBX COMMENCZD SEPTEMBER 15,
in a queer little chamber, in which motion of the earth will gradually two
. ft
< HT3. 7?F^P ~
j^fllpéHded^j.the
r
"
F
r*v p
the mosti prominent object is. a •bear him nife his, teiere
uxk L
housç abandjgbed
TvmoNi ;
st foe:
Promptly filled, and Delivered to any pofai
beiw
beautijM
specimen
of
clock
to
mastra
stone
very bea
ape
r fin fitt ■*.
ward until the great Iwiriqj
linn
is ant resent in g interiorly a
HIGHEST GRADES .. . •17 per Quarter. in the county Free ot Charge, at
a
mannet*
as
to
wildès] ¿Confusion.
•«
of
whose i>eni iulum, instead of ospil- lost to vieM.
ien
L He
B
INTERMEDIATE GRADE ■ 5 5 •»
He will
will s
PORTLAND PRICES
4 * .•
•*
¿4* 41»*'
PRIMARY-M •
“’i
lating ba< :kwards and forwards, creep ent at the western side of ins
menta ì tv i
on __________
the floor, , while
LANGUAGES, (extra).. ,j| I 1 per me ith.
a straight'.Hn^ drerhetd, though swings rÓD nd in a circle, thus pro­
log book We
aarpupila can eater at any tune. «—
thè
the field. • This
Thia is Obviated
obviated rby
by the the|-omains of
JOB
WORK
DONE
TO
ORDER
AND
viertel
»round
to
the
it
camwtbe,
•poso UTT i T
' >
EsquOiaiix
ducing a motidh perfectly' uniform operation of a clock driven by fall­
ant. The Esqu
Warranted.
fvtfcW»
'i! «
rfeht orfeft. I
had
come
friji
Poud’a Bay? add
and unbroken. This clock is re-i ing water. -Tins powerful., peice
...
remained
with
Captain ./Rud
Wei
fe let, »s rappore, volving t liej’^hronograph,” whicn mechanism is connected wijtji the
;ton all
a little
on: the sun is consists
cv linde/ around great framework supportitaj the
all Winter. Only 1] f fin
>»
i 1
«/I bbn»
j1■'* •TjA’i fl ? pi
about tobrUcw, me meridian,
uivihaiuu , and
ar
which a '
cd of white paper has telescope, and just as ttjetfj ;arth h<fer was spent in search™ s|for
to
l tuen r I I
f
'’JB
”■ - Comnjudv
___
«^7^3 w* K l
tlie
records]
by
the
While we are creqjs round front west to ete I, the
tn observation fe to be pmd< !e.
it tr t,
st!r ' ed.
'Shutters !in
roof and’ thrown waxckingithitfWvolvmg barrel, we telescope and all that pert^pB to and his mem who picked upl inferi
ILL BE AT LAFAYETTE ON THE open, the g
WTIOB GIVING THE YOUNG MEN OF
h tel esco imi its was g see the "}
q
/»me. i U M borne rqandfrom cast fewest. curiosities they could and i cmi m .1
▼ V First Monday _of
of each
eat
JT Oregon a thorough Business Education
Month and
8lrip.1il'he
nil
’he boat was
waa
näh^ed
up and plac«| imposition, and an A littlp Rteei puiiJt, which is trav­ ,' We have now seen all thejnore to the sTiip.1tl
Remain daring Court Week.
“w
-
t
lowi ­ eling over r the
surface
’
of
the
pa
­
apr6tf
a
third
tim^and
this
partv
ooeerver seats him^al. at
at toe
the low
the f
Drominent features of the
Tur |nc ww. rniug»/ j
bile we a rd Walv per, is id ! 1 eletti
er end bf fi
electr# commnnieatron wich Observatory, though|'lhdre up some torn diaries, all refi
w u
i
n Jfi
In session at Albany, Linn County at all . ’ ;
ft for toe -
Mumlna^.Wi ite
Ing
ßpringi attached to tlfe 'yet remain itteumorable obj^ta of as to the death of CaptainJ Hall?
l ì ¡*..1;^ ' J M i.-
. ;
HBt
. destroyed,
•
• j with the flccp-
take a jmep^hrough the institi-
being
»eope; >aad every time the utmost interest-—rein £
!
DAY AMD SWT SCHOOL.
pstbe spriug, this anemometers,
STAGE LINE! i ment. All that can be jsem it a
neterftt and ^jonofa toru memorandui
1
in all
glfjrinds ting forth i ¿n agreement lift ween?
■'
'Si
number v.....................................
point pricks into thermometers, placed in
SSSSÜftSÄi
to educato their
«ir*
Q J* and
v* Chester
Ik
»a f l icon-
L5 i -
ira by address-,
recording
that the of positions ana under allk feds < of fBoddingtoa
recol
;
•tq i R
nWmS, '
fa' ti» Principal,
t . crossed
^re tinue the research for thoW
•I
VIVÛ.-VU a
a “wire?
nuv.
conditions.
In
one
roci
?
i I* I»
5w
tei d across tho fiàfi of
Nothing of im rtunce,
reif, however, would not somethin# like two^btrndred ohro Pole.
w
E
aves
A
t
v
I
n
the
morning
BVOEXX
SULLIVAN.
MOM MO CAIN.
T
observation a irrogniar distances.
rd of the time of transit 'l UMBCterr
placed here for ton pnr- was discovered. Jl’^c eutL 'timo*
'
Md Arriving at Salem at 10
MeCAIN 4i RVIXrVAN.
ao^ that another little pose of being raguha
regulated» w<
weile in a ot the Tigress in the neighborhood
Returning, leave» Salem al One 'dock The center eoe fo the celebrarci
____i 'of Littletdia was five hour|| Tluej
Arriving at Dalls* at ♦.
«SrnwIcfeiOf M all
œeridiatiof
ip connection building apart frpm
«ronom-;
from t|ic
the Astro
Atfror-
ATTONTEYß AT LAW, d-
WESSE
LEWIS.
WERRE D. LEWIS,
’
t
ernetic
' Esquimau!when first sc^i Ifrotei
nts it, and it is
t in another ¡cal Opservatbry fe a Mag
events it r<
-Lu.
established for xhe! the Tigres
. ..............
dresfeduiq thj^l
LAFAYETTE. OREGON.
curiöOTto
i that from this
has previous- Observatoti^
Observatory, established teir
r «»/Tn
â» civHfeed
af paper into purpose of »ascertaining and
• uniform o ¿sailora of thi *' ‘ ‘
center line
«TILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE
V
* «r>uNli MILLER,“'
WW Sfato Coorte.
startlvfitf
nations!
it eli parts of the
States nai
precise sec­ cordiliTha variwua hphenonfena of I [State*
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