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LAFAYETTE. COURIER. ¡ #
“L afaye T tk , N ov ^ Î7, tb73.
1873. To th BE i itok
C qcuikk :
In yonr .issue of November 14th,
Sunday School Scholar calls for the
probf that the phrase, “Judgment
W ukbkas , Under the Ac of the Legisla Day,” or “The Judgment Day,” is
tive Assembly, of th® State of Oregon, en in tho bible.»
titled “an Act to protect Litigants ’ approved
In the next issue, November 21st,
Octebef 24th, pMÜ, the L afaye V te Corgnm,
a nawspajier P’ddiAhi d at Lafayette, in the appears a communication from W. D.
odunty of Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig-
MMted to publish the Legal and J udicial ad- Fenton, who says some one has made
vertisments f»ir the county of Yamhill, in tho inquiry through the columns of
the State of Oregon, and t
W hereas . The proprietors of said L afa - your paper, in substance as follows:
tettk C ovrieb , lias tiled with the oounty
Clerk of said Yamhill Co.-written stipulations “Where is tho Judgment Day or Day
w accepting the conditioQa of said Act, together of Judgment mentioned in the bible?”
with a Bond approved as the law directs Tho first clause was in Sunday School
with proper returns and notices thereof, to
this office according to law.now therefore said Scholar enquiry, then " Mr. Fenton
I iafatktte CovBiiiK, is hereby proclaimed adds another tflause which was not
•to be appointed and confirmed as the medi onqu>ed for—which was not ques
um through which all Ilegal
I^egai and Judicial nd*
nd- tioned, and answers: “Your querist
‘ ’ rertisnients
fur the county of
of Yatnhill in the
State of Oregon >hall
t»e published for the may by searching find this expression
thirteen timos in the bible, ♦nd among
n testimony whereor. 1 have hereunto set them as follows.” Giving references.
hand __ and
caused the seal of the State
Now, Mr. Editor, your querist has
A - V _ .«•_ 1 -A
of » .r\.
to be affixed, at the Executive
every one of thes^citaticais
• •' office, in the city of Salem, this the 22nd
and now says that the phrase or ex
day of November, A. D, 1873,
pression, “Judgment Day,” or • “ i The
nL. F. GROVER,
Judgment Day” is not in one of M^.
GotWmor of Oregon.
’s citations, and from a thoroug
Search have concluded that this ex
B.F. C hadwick .
b’ee. of Stat«.
pression or phrase is not in the bible,
though often said that it UP
B. 8. S. .
NOTICE TO ^UB^CRIBEHS. v
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» All subscribers to the C ourier
------- na.ru-,- i J
will pay artcara to September 4th
llout tk .©
] j State. :i -
J acksonville , Nâv. I 23.*-¡¿ J,
iveiy seveia pliook of« (Jartbquake
was lclthcfe last$rcij|
laatpji ‘ng at twelve
minutes past 9 o’clncl r Thp ^liock
was quii® violent^ Iasi ing about 20
secouds, and appcariii g to be neiir-
ly itf & northern hndl Sou the¿ly |dF
rectfon. £»o. dumagi was dope,
but much foarm wasï 1’1 eated, aait
was the first shock (eier folt in this
T -'"’i 1 • J
C anyonville »’ N qj . . ‘
' nalize a “permanent collapse of the
Republican party.” Such “collapse”
will not have come too soon. The
party, through its management, has
long since proved its incapacity to
administer the affairs of the Govern
ment with even tolerable success; and
it* manifold short comings, it is to be
hoped, have at last awakened such a
general protest as to leave it no means
• of recovery from the general sweep
1 of merited condemnation. The New
York Herald has long and effectively
labored in the interest of the party,
but, viewing it now as hopelessly
sunk in the mire of perfidy, and .con
demned and despised of honest men,
has the candor to say so, plainly.
Any change must be for the better is
; the general acclaim. The histories of
mil the political parties that ever had
an existence combined, in comparison
with the history of the Republican
party, will show but a moiety of the
‘ reckless and damaging corruption of
the latter. By the strong arm of the
party * J. in power, the worst class of
sooundrels and thieves havo been
• maua secure against punishment.
The President himself has been adun-
i dantly identified with many of the
‘ worst and most revolting schemes of
' corruption and thievery. His ap
pointees have often been of the worst
possible characters, as if it were his
one great aim and purpose to make
». roguery respectable. The people's
Congress was not slow^ to become af-
. flicted with the general oontal^ion.
The theory was finally adopted by
that body tha^no measure would fail
of the President's approval provided
only that a fat slice would be set
apart “in the bill’ ’ for hini. The back-
pay grab would never have met with
the executive signature had not the
’ll same executive been amply provided
for, and the salary grab is but of a
piece with many hundred other meas
ures of the party having in view sole
ly the aggrandisement of tho Presi
dent and his favorites at the expense
of the public treasury. Let swift an
nihilation overwhelm the party.
Sheriff Bird or his deputies will
meet the taxpayers of this county as
follows? East Chehalem, Friday,
Dec. 26; West Chehalem, Saturday,
Dec. 27; North Fork, Monday, Dec.
29; McMinnville, Tuesday, Deo. 30;
Sheridan, Wednesday, Dec. 31; Am
ity r Thursday, Jan. 1, 1874; Willam
ette, Friday, Jan. 2; Dayton, Satur-
*. d^y,STan. 3; Lafayette. Monday, Jan.
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aving bought the shop
v y “'-I t *
ÀUdjui o, v» inu*
now prepi ajedjto" do auy and all
kinds of wftr
rbrk in his line in tlie lat-
I m '
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Cap be accommodated reasonable,
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H ATS AND CAPS,
of of 0re-
all those that will give us the preference of
Geysers of Mortal
J. D. WHITE
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» -, no89-w2
á’.i'td wfti" !. im . ?'
Final Settlement. , /
I' The Dayton Granary
The Yeliowstoni Canyon
ARKER «t CO. . are now prepared to
__ offer to thè Fi 'armera and Consumers
otice is hereby given that
of Oregon, the largest and best selected
the undersigned, administrator of'
stock of Generic Merchandise ever offered
the estate of Henry RbJærts.'deceased, lias
in Yamhill county, comusting of r ■I 4 ft? filedin the tiotmty tterrat of ¥«mMHen«m-
S ’ .
ty, Oregon^ nis flnâl account of his admin
istration of said estate, and that, by order
of said Court, the same will be beard by
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS. ■ said Court, at the Court HDtrmvtn Lafay
ette, in said countv, on Saturday, the Sth
person interested may appear and file ol>-
Jections to said aocodnt. . . / 1 I
![ CL j TIHNG.
A. H. ROBERTS,
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
At the Old Brick
filed In tlie County Court of Yamhnl coun
ty, Oregon, Iris tlnkl account of hjs admin
istration of said es'ate,and that, by order
of said Court, said iwcount will be beard at
tlie Court House in Lafhyette, in said
couhty, on Saturday; the 6tli day of Decem
ber, 1873. at one o’clock P. M. of said day.
hieb time &iul
ested I may
appeal anti fileolfie
filo oinectionrto said
J. T. HEMBREE,
Lafayette, Nov. 7,1878.
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otice is hereby given
the undersigned lias been duly ap
administrator ofthe estrfte of Ran
son Higgiu», deceased; All peraon8 know- *
ing themselves indebted to |he'estate areffe-
quested to call and- settle ^be same, and all
•persons having cl#)ins against said estate,,
will please present them with proper vouch
er» within six months from date, to the un
dersigned at his résidence two miles west of
Lafayette, Yamhill County. Oregon.
/l.Li DAVID «MITH,
Lafayette, Nov. 7, 1*73.
W jf .
misceli J aneots .
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—.-r-r-7.TT.-<7-s;- ô - t ?— '
l8aec Sampson, -
undersigned administrai or of the
estate of Cliarids.HapiTlrtnsj depensfed,
uuachasing their Wheat for cash, it thei
highest market price, any time when they
may see proper to sell.
Sociomeoi), gentlemen, we have a free - ■ » r
bridge and no ferriage, and wiU accommo LAFAYETTE,
date you any way to suit the times.
HARKER <f CO.
Dnyton, October 2. U73.
G t V en
otice W hereby
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P^EALEB IN FINE WLNE8 ANU
Whisky, Brandy, Ale, Porter, Beer and. :
Alto, Segara, Tobacco, Candy, Nuts,
etc, Give me a call, '
‘ nolS’tf !
UVERi A FEED STABLE,
FERGUSON &. BIRD
ave just received and are
■ Corner Jefferson aad Third Sts.,
LAFA YETT;E, - - - OGJ^r.
vndx H sioxbd thus
ure in announcing td the travelling pub-
with hi^Ftedand Liv-
erv biffintos he. is i ru: mning a dJAjLY
.HATS, CAPS, j: •
the cars, and Mtaraing at llAfi p. m.
HÜLL JOHNSQN, Prop.
J HARDWARE, H
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8TAPLE ART1CLE8, L" 4 I M -T
ST. JOSEPH BU8IN8SS DIRECTORY
GOODS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
db,tl Ä ■ d s-“ KELTY a 8IMPSON. cor. 4th and Eta ;
dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens.
ware and patent iriedicinea
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B il E i Ì rd S aloon , Powers & Stewart,
0> A ©
Consisting of General Merchandise,
proprie tara.’ Best wines, liquors, Ac.
Of latest-Styles and in fine variety,"'’
OTEL, J. H. Ohls; proprietor: tor
"of 4th and Depot streets. New hodsa
and good accommodations.
1. I 1 I
J. H. OLDS ^PROPRIETOR.
|^|N AND» AFTER MAY W^fTHElW
v# will be a regular atase running fce-
tween Lafayette and Portland, making
< , Ute Best .Enaltton Xtoporte.
weekly trips, leaving Lafayette every Fri Th® Bate’ Catti« Mufat R^rta.
day morning at B o’dlotk, relnming Satur
day. F are , each way , $150,
THE WEEKLY NEW YORK SUN..
Light Pageff^. 50 columns. 91 a year, or-
>.C. CALL, MANUFACTURER
R“ Will be placed upon thia line in a short
: b of
(ess than 9 cents a number,. S*«d Y’oar-
• Saddles and Harness. All work
rk war- time.
for ranted. Orders ieft with J. W. OuUeR will
EXPRESS and other Imaines» attended to
receive prompt attention.
THE SUN, New York City
glassware and qudensware .
HARDWARE AND CUTI4ÌRY • fj*-
THE CHEATSEN- < :
A full arid reliable
' this greatest scandal by
inows, with coinprehen-
jçraphical sketches of all All of which liave Leen selecfed from the
ies "interested; abonnd- Importéis
2 with incidents, anecdotes
interviews never before
riihlished; full history of the
G oedknll . “ Utopia.
¿sketch of_Beecber pronounced
the besit ever written..What prominent men i
and wofln< en have * to * snv
** this scandal.
about it wrill
Not ollfei__ , . , -
most fastidious? about 4UU pages. Illustrat
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ed. The greatest selling book ever offered
Canvassers. E^clfisiie territory. It is rap Are now running, and are prepared to buy
idly tiling up. You, must secure it now. Wheat or to exchange for Wheat, tq grind
Big cbmmission. Bound prospectus, can- for toll, or to chop for toll, or to grind high
&— boojc —
. on re. or tu grind ldw or no^to grind at all, or any
ee(pt of Seventy
enty five cents,
Circulars, terms way to pl»a»e the farmers, so that they will
now THE BEVERLY not go away scolding.
etc.-, free. ? Adirew
coup AgfY, WAbaSh Ave, and 22d Street,
J '.',i J if
5on lor the county Of Yamhill and to nie
Simpson Brothers, at Coos Bay,
irected by the Clerk of said court, iff fa-
vor of ^ifiMu-l Brown, Plff. and against
who have built a fine sailing vessel that violence had ,,
tne Madfid popal«
John 8. Cooper, Def.’t for the sum of one
fpr several years past,
htuwred and thirty-five 54-100 dollars ($185-
Sickles aijc pronotnic
54) »yii li interest at’the rate of ten per cent
propose lo build another next S
annum from the 18th day of January
President Castrar hi
a long per
1-71, and the further sum of eight 60:100
dollars (W* 60-100) co^t* I have levied uii&lr
confejfcncp i fo-dujfi^it
tilie right, title and Interest, of the above
August Walter8anda Chinaman BritLsh Miife
fa namod Def Ji John S. Cooper, In and to the
following described real estate, the same
named Keeoolc, have gone to the vor a ble djutfoua^e
rei* lieing an undivided interest and acquired
Peniteiitiary from Ja’ckson county. tions. Tht
beingan heirof Esther Coo per.deceased
»outh half ofrthe Donation luhdclahn
August goo« throe years for man case of : the
jbitra- of EnOdli Cooper rind wife, being notifica
tion No. KOO, claim No. *3. Said claim be
slaughter, and Kee two years for don is m
Slmuld ing situated in sac.’s 3, 4, 9 and 10in_T.6, 8.
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r«d tonifia Ger- R.3, W. in Yamkill county, Oregon.
th® Wth day of December,
Messrs. Rockafellow and E. W. rnanEÂi
Reynolds .have discovered a quartz probabili arbitral
at. 1 hg lioiir of one o’clock P. M., I will wo-
'.ceqd to sell at public auction to
ledge about four and a half miles
highest bidder i for cash in band
east of Baker City, abbut half way say? n d<
in front of the court house door in Lafay-
fwith ; j’»s-
; ett a, Yamhill county, Oregon all Die right
to the Virtue ledge. This ledge the Virg
tit e andlnterqpt
and interest of "said
’said Defendant In
lr that, other to (he above described property to satisfy
is well defined and prospects rich. tice, be i
said execution and accruing costs.
: K. p. BIRD,
The Order of the Patrons of
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
ta tes Lafayette,
Htisixindry in Laue'i county will
Nov. 28th, 1873.
celebrate the aaniversary of tEe
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foundation of Htbir order at June* join in.
-tA Wasli- OUR NATIONAL PARK
tion City, December 4th; Mr. J.
Qovern- ■' ’ Í. ’ ’’•' L’
À *- .< '
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H. Smith, of Hdrrisburg, will de
that it is
liver the address.
The Forest Grove eirls are de Vjirgin
scribed by the local paper of that TOjtbey
city as being the worst hoodlums quest r
' e fact shall
in that place. Verily, verily, when be firpl
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4 ■' "ki -
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the young ladies become hoodlums, ginius ’
there must bo 'something rotten in tion of
P ko ,
Jacob Kiblinger, of’ Sultfiii, lias
ON k »M3.* i J.
adjiidged insmic and ordered
wfjthat tbo. de- SAT WAY EVENING, NOV. 29th, 1873.
to the Asylum, We believe he is
the same man who was tried in
Marion county last week fori in-
t I’I i
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ivi A FULL AND CÖMPLETE DE8-
qription gathered from pera^sl obseri
In the case of Ntnte of Oregon
vation, of the above wonderful scenes.
vs Dr. C. G. Glass et al; motion
saluted He will vary tiie entertatninent with »ad-
ings of a humorous, comical and dramatic
for new trial overruled and time
®n out- character. All desirous of knowing jwme-
for pronouncing sentence fixed for
emnity thing of the great scenip wealth or our con
tinent should atfenfi.
Amer- j Admission 5Q (jte. children hag price.
wroriCE is hereby given that
Jjj the undersigned has lieen duly ap
pointed adniUiim,ator of the estate of
Lewis Forrest, deceased, by the County
Court of Yamhill conn ty, Oregon. And all
persons having claims against said estate
are hereby required to present them to
me, with the proper .vouchers, at my resi
dence, five miles south east of Dayton in-
Said county and State within six months
from the date of th*s notice.
- J. W. LAMBERT, ‘
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,‘<i •’VT ^k<ministrator.
Dated: October 21st, T
David Harney^ formerly of ■■ W ashington , S i IV.
County Downt Ireland, is request
ports of further ac^.t of vfofonoe; to
ed to step to the front. He was wards Minister Sie^I les at ¡Madrid
lasit hoard of at Albany.
need official conlimiatio^
luiiori ,l: 1 1 '
. àf- ;
Hon. James D. Fay, of Jackson
h to believe,
county, will soon Icave for San ter a seaiicliin^ ii'r|cstightfoji, that
Francisco, where he intends taking there weip awy irréáru lari tie?« i^Xlic
registration piiDcrsW tjic Virgin-
up his permanent residence. ;
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There are now 108 convicts in
ew yoRK, Jfo.vj
the Penitentiary at Salem, of whom
eh r thfittoyer 100
eleven are under sentence lor life. of »anish
the Vii' • tin
All uro males.
J . t
• Another tug boat is about to be
W ashington ,
put on Coos Bay. She will be
' ¿ '< ' '/ ’ fi
chartered in San Francisco. The
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otice is hereby given
increase of business is thercaEon.
virttio of an execution
Is now open for storage, free of charge to
Amity merchants have shipped dur
ing the past seasoi n 76,600
bushe b of
wheat. The most of it was bought
by Messrs. Laticeficld and Taylor.
WFOTICE IS H EBY GIVEN THAT BY
ecutfon issued out of
Jj| virfajfcof ar
urt of th® State of Ore--
the Hon. Circuit
of Yamhill and to me •
Son for th# coun
>urt in favor •
of Janies T. Hembree,
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Thomas Henry, Defendant, f0r the sumoL
thirteen hundred and flfty-t^oliM») dol
iars U. 8.
with interest tlwreou
tlusrepu at the
rate of oije per emit. Ur iiioy» froki Jbe
18th day of Deecnibtwl87-2 sMblvlid furrher
sum of thirty-four and twenty one-hun
d upon all the right, title
I have levieC
interest of r the said defenfiaa* ip aid
(DRUGS, MUSIC, &C. fi and
to thfe following
r-i - property,
to-wit: Block No. (18)eight< en in the town»
of Lafayette. Yamhill county, Oregon. -
’ Which I ofler for sale cheap for cash.
1 now have on hand Musical Instru
Monday tile 1st day of DecembariSTS
ments Buch as
at one o’clock P. M. of said day I IjyZll
cedd to sell at public auction -io tbe bigh-
est btdddr for U.
-- 8. coin
- of tne
CourtZHouse door in ,Lafay*‘tie, YamhUl
courtty Oregon, a/l-the right, titier snid Tn-
I terest of the ai>p»¥
and to the above describe* jaf éstate to-
gether-witli all and singu— tMftetedtta-
ments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or in any wise appertaining to sat- ■
isfv said execution and accruing costa. ‘' • '
R. P. BIRD,
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• Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon. ■
FIFES, fl Lafayette
Oct. 31st, 1873.
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WÌTHVE THOROUGHLY OVER.
>> hauled and repaired my BATH I1
ROOM, those in néed of a good
owned by J. R. Major», wish-
es th inform tJie public that he is
; MONET SAVED by buying the
LI|fnt ceutJy patented.
“ Mách’ine, re-
COMBINES ALL IMPROVE-
Running ments of other machines.
f l A CHILD CAN BUN AND
: IT IS THE BEST BECAUSE
SevyUig the simplest, and not liable to
J 1 ¡get oat of order.
UbMluaier. Furnished in five different
L’bii .1 ¡styles.
jIIteiiestJ I: i Prices from $60. to 80.
and feller, braider,
; i Hemmer
nifller, gange, uuilter; .extra
thro.it plnte, shuttle, six bobbins
and < itwelve needles, etc , free with
¡- I Guarantees Perpetual.
We Hlijo cohtimie to sell the favorite
PRICES REDUCED—No. 1, S28; No. 2.
$40; ... — No.B
(Half Cases). - $45. A '
_ —, ,
machine promptly filled
__ for either
and forwhrded on receipt of price.
ACTIVE aoent » W anted , Oil and all
ng Machine Needles for sale,
GfO, W, TRAVER, Gen.Agt,
3, W, Cor, Morrison A Third sm.
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1 J/xvfliaurl I lwarkr^w
i »:iio40 m4
Prof. Plummer was at Baker
on the 20th inst. I !
—the middle of vol. 8—to J. H. City
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i fl! h i
The Revenue CMleotcr’s effluent
fcMUpton. On Sept. 4, 1873, sub
Empire City has been neatly fitted
aeriptio'ns commence running in UP-
' favor of the nresent proprietor.
Wolves are said to be very de-
C orvallis ,
I take this occasion to ask all .fitructivc op sheep ton miles west
ot Eagene City.
indebted to.me on vol. 7 and 8, to
Baker City ha^lhree |irc alarms
last week, none of them proved se-
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J. H. U pton .
tion appeared to bo
L ‘Mj <
Wm. Dean, convicted of forgery to soatfiwpst.
, • 'i •
E ugene 'C ity .
been designated, in pursurnce of law, in Wasco county, has been seih
as the paper in which all legal and tenced to three years’ imprison .«light shock
felt here aN9 o’dc
judicial advertisements for the coun
If Hiram Moses Bcczely is in lasting a few seeor
ty of Yamhill must be published.
tions were from fl,
Oregon, he is requested to write
A lbany , Noy. i r. Twa I qmte
to John Mitten, at Nevada City,
severe shocks of c.q'thquake were
A PERMANENT COLLAPSE OF
felt in this ¿ity ue 9 <*' ’ 1 "
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THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
•MLiiiglit, ranging froij n,
Mr. G. H. March, of Lape Co..
The New York Ilerabl, Republican, has diseukeretl a material on bis ' .southwai^ |4 L ' »!
says that the November elections sig- place that makes first rate paint.
THE'viRG L-Ulft A FFAIR. j |
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HAIR DRESSING SALOON ■ I V
J Pi, I1 i*1
>-v*A FD* ?
vero shock of ap [earthquake
KT lastf flight;
felt here at 9
causing considerate ¿xcitqnforAfor
a few mofoents,’ lia’ ring beeil the
first one ever eatpei-i hiced itt tljis
I I i ’■ I Ö
R oseburg . Noy,
—At 9 fc>.
j of lfoac-
m. yesterday the p
bur£ wer^ starlit
which lias never
the inhabitants of tljis p
shock of an earthquake. At that
parts of the
and that jxjcub
twenty t4conda¿ Jd camo from
the □ OUUlUlpíW».
southwfcst. jl I. 1 , L f j I if ■ 1 y
A shland , Nofj. $8.^-There was
a .slight skoi ‘ 1 cfo’tlnquake herfe
last night £
bly, but n|o di
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