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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1873)
Watsr a Necessity
ll'.l GKS'oF FENA LE. TEAC1IERS.
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It used to lie thought Chat, however
The question, whether the lower
FRIDAY, DEC. 12th. 1873 salaries paid female - teachers is not dry the pasture, or whajfever the deft- we get the foHotwii
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WOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
the result of over-supply, has lx come ciency tn water, sheep and horses be of interest to ma
tne of an execution issued out of
j; and it,w undoubtedly
i a debatable one between Sy 1. Simp could get
fire Hon. Circuit Court of tlio State of Ore- -
ers who have stóeh
gon for the county of Yamhill ami to me
true that^ no •fcloT
„shedfe ami horses,
son, Mr; Hendrix and Mrs. Duniway. I
directed by 'the Cierk^f said court, in fa
W uxbras , Under the Ac rf tie legisla
vor of Samuel Brown, Pitf. and agaiqst
tive Assembly, of the State of Oreg< n, en- | The two litter seem,entirely to over-j 1
8. Cooper, Def.’t for the sum of one
ÜMATILI.A- w th
titled “an Act to protect Litigant-« ’ a) proved '
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... such, £><•.,
vl . iv.d, >rovided
hundred iun I fliirty-ttve 54-100 dollars ($135- ■
•xorable law of demand
Octoher’Jlth, 1870, the L afayette C ox hikk , !
54) with interest at the nite of ten per cent
night and tlicrinonieter IS 51 di
ix*r annum from the 18th day of January*
a newspaper published at Lafayeiti*, in the and
And were v the
oupfX.J . .»..v.
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1-71, and the further sum 6$, eight «0:100'1
county of Yamhill, Oregon, hast been desig of males and females seeking positions d»y, and haye shade fojetire to when tzero;’ liver is full
dollars ($8 60-100) costs. I liavetevled upon
nated to publish the Legal and Judicial ad-
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allithe right, titleand Interest of theabove^
also be ob
vertisnients for the county of Yamhill, in as teachers relatively equal, there is th° 8un is b°f« If
named I>cf.*t, John S. Coojier, in and to the
the State of Oregon,
served that, at such dmes, animals
following described real estate, tlie same-
proprietors <tf said E afa *
the best reason why the services . . . I
W ukreas . The
ljeing an undivided interest and acqninab
vette C oi riek . has tiled with the cohnty of the latter will always be command- fc< d almost explusivelfr at night, or
by being an lndr of Eat lierCooper,deceased
The south half of tlie Donation lahd clfdm
Clerk^of said Yamhill Co, written stipulations. ,
when the grp,ss is wet! with dew or
Enoch C oo ] xt and wife, being notillca--
■accepting thicoudil'or.s of -• said
together • I ed at a smaller compensation than
fpm No. 141N), c.aiin No. 53. Said claim l>e- -
_ _ be had. Asa rain.
wiyh a Boud
of the former
Cominitteu of •Arrangements I
ing situated ill sec.M 3, 4, 0 and 10 in T.5, 8—.
W allula - Weath
with proper returns and notici'» thereof, to
R. 3, W. in Yamhill county, Oregon.
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said rule there is a broader iieqi open to
inches of snoiv noiv; i I in ID I letér
R. L aughlin .
I mfayetbì Coi KtEH. is hereby proclaimed men, that is, a greater diversity of with foals, lor ew<is
AIITT O lds ,
.Dronday the 29th day ef December;..
8 degs. river riiuuing 111
to be appointed and confirmed as the nrndi- __
uni throngli which ail Legal and Judicial ad- employments for which they are fit— kept thus, the shriukai 3 in milk, and
I) alles --Clear and 3Qld t 11er-
o’clock P. M., I will pro
veriisnients for thi> conirtv of Yamhill ip the i
consequent ill conditio] of the young,
ceed to sell :it
public auction to
State of Oregon -b ill he published foli the
W ji . M alone ,
for cask, in band
iieriod authorized by law.
get employment or suitable wages as is quickly -apparent. 1
in front of the court house door in LaFay
C ascades —Clc ir in c°k thc-
in testimony whereof. 1 have heaeimtq set
ette, Yamhill county, Oregon all the right
drouth, ¿took does nbTT
monieler 15 clegs.; ther is ÏH1 lit.-
my hand and caused the sehl of the 8 late a teacher, he can chop cordwood, '
title and interest of said Defendant in and
Hikvin^ secured the best of music, to
the above described property to satisfy,
of Oregon to be affixed, at the Executive drive oxen, work on the railroad, run gain flesh, and as a c ?<J. i sequence seri- tie ice running now ; •i ■
mr is now
goon time may oe expected ^y all. said execution and accruing costs.
office, in the city of Salem, tiffs the 22nd
IL P. BIRD, ’
a raft, delve in the mines, plow, reap
blocked ut t ho Cascades; 11k 01 t 21
'■ dav of November, A.D, V-73, ?
tdf^“Tickets including supper-^2.50. « ^Sheriff
I ls ,] •>
inches of snow on ;hà gioii
or sow. It is obvious enough, there- ! imals during the sue
fore, that the fact of women receiving
more succulent tie pasture the
^Nov. 28th, 1873.
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Governor of Oregán^
Js, tvill drink.
Aihong the projnit e I I (II
water i the animii
smaller compensations as teachers less
8. F. Cu*DWICK.
than men, is not traceableito ftwiy
ar This is especially not! ¡Cable in sheep, during th? latp panic
Hee. of State.
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rivflig, or running, record that of John 1
‘ intron in ! Unless beateti by driving,
bitrary or unjust discriminii
f VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND
.A at A a time,
j< , , , - order of sale issued out <>i tlio circuit
bvke but litt L- water
THE RING STILL AT WORK.
otice is hereby given that
such matters.' ' If Mrs Dfunjway !
says he, in a w it he rind : tu i|e.
mt court of the State of Oregon for Yamhill
the undersigneil, administrator of'
the estate of Henry Rolierts. deceased, has
At die lateX’ongressional election, would set about . imploring male
in -lìmi * tlivsiiit of
rd aá though it man or men, what fin
! I the animal economy^
W, . Rrnwi
vs. . tiled in the County Cqurt of Yamhill coun
lb e Cïïstom House Ring made a des teachers to surrender tne field eiitire-
SaniueJ H/l indvlland Mary.E. Tinde|), liis ty, Oregon, liis filial account of his admin
j I were taken nt longer £ Sitervals and in could s/and a ‘run,
wile, Henry Hewett surviving partner of istration of said/istaTp, and that, by order
perate effort to carry the Stato for
pnrtnersfiip of Jlcwettj Flowerdew A of said Court, the same will be licit nd by
larger comparative Quantities at a ing to pay w
said Court, at the Court--Douse, in Lafay
Joan R. rpw>on, Administrator ette,
Hiram Smith, believing that by so
in said county, on Saturday, the 6t*h
offUifi'e-nate of JI G. Flowwlew. deceased.
time as is the case witl I cattle. Grass, 'bérs Bruce and th< 1 s J jq
doing thpy could extort from the peo- But this would be futile, So long as
John ? McCracken and Henry Hewett de day of 'December. 1873. at ten o’clock A. M.
when young and full «bi* sup, contains takes heart. His
fendants commanding and, requiring me of said day. At which time and place any
n f Ito
ple*6f Oregon an apparent endorse laziness is practiced as one of the übe
sell the premises hereinafter described person interested may appear und fileoli-
about Itfighpy of eighty-fiye per cent dunned and t’M^rttd
satisfy the judgment. and decree jections to said account.
ment of Senator Mitchell. It is said
A. H. ROBERTS, 7
of moisture, but ouraaairie grasses,
against the defendant
tkaLHiram himself contributed to the quest of “a school.”
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nr e ! said
Lafayette, Nc^r, 1873. _
when approaching maturity, contain
election fund from his large income,
place to. have a fur co ilk,
on since the rendition of said judgment to-
often not more than tyflxty or seventy
ten thousand dollars. Most of the
per cent. And this c instantly grows it; and. heal ing“ there
Since November 12, 1872. amounting to
corruption fund was expended in
otice is hereby given that '
40-WO U. S. coin and tile further sum
11 bed 82.X82
less and less until it is entirely dry. newspapers, he has ork
of $1,070 U. S, currency . and
the undersigned has bOen duly ap
_____ t since
Portland, and it seems to 1«) believed To the Enrt ia of tub < ol kikr :
the said 12th day c*
administrator of the estate of Ran:
Observing that ypur paper
amounting *o *1.2>2 35-100 U. 8.
by the people of Portland that Hi
son Higginb,deceased. Ail persons know
“that wJien 1 ani ealidl
)in the and the costs of said suit and accruing ing themselves indebted to the estate are re-
ram Smith’s majority in Multnomah with great interest in our quiet city, nishing waiter on pndrie or other dry
costs. 1 have levied upon nn<l will piXHced
moves to.kell at public auction to the highest bid questeiLKcall and settle the same, and all
he gruss is more
persons having clash» against said estate, ‘
county was occasioned by repeating.
on the horse cars ili
htyty*, I der for U. s. coin and currency to me in will please present ¿them with proper vouch- ■
So notorious were the election frauds
Evan- Court Honre door in the town of Lafay ers within six moiH tliR from’date, to the un-
Aldermati Mechi, ( if England, who •may wrap the drajje
nines west of
ette, Yamhill county, Oregon, on
iqdence two miles
in-Portland, that Judge Deady felt the day set apart for giving thanks to
gelicalf AUianve afiou
id sit Monday tlie Stli Day of January, L&fayetteZi'amhill < oiintr. Oregon.
called upon to deliver a very strong the most high Ruler of all things^dt
the Nark iLine Ej^ii I the following1 me down to scientific
charge to the grand Jury Of lus court was observed hero by divine service
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Ar the hour of one o’clock P. M., of said
day in accordance with and in obedience
in relation thereto. But the grand in the forenoon and a grand sociable
r , Prisoner (to leai nee r -i
jury was so constituted that no in iii tha evening at the Presbyterian want of water on a iwek of sheep, to —“Has anv one a rig it to
mit contained nil the following described piece
paivel or traetjof land to-wit:
Church, and “whosoever will let him
dictments coul^ be obtained.
That piece or iiarcel of land situate in
a nuisance' ,9”
•ne 1 i
staio of Orcgoh
Gov. Gibbs, then United States At come,” were the words of invitation plying the ¡remedies:.^-
—“No( sir, nc
•il 1. h
known and <h‘«/fiite l on the otllcial plats
n&take, and the
“It is a great-
in the Surveyor-:ieiu-rai"s otHce ol Oregon
torney for Oregon, believing it to be given by ReV. D. K. Nesbit.The
«ir, not even t
its donation* maim dumber
numlH-r sixty (tW; in
Jrownship tqur. [4). south of Rase line and
his duty, obtained from the court an
ply sheep with Arater^especially milk me; for I was
order for another grand jury. This presented a lively appearance. The
her 1 20, excel
■ept 24» acr oîf thé M’est end
|6:’ sabl ciaini Io satisfy K said
body met on the 1st ult.” and found Corvallis Brass Band discoursed some giving ewe$. Duriijg the drouth of a nee. and you
costs and accruing costs.’
Shvtral indictments against pt rsons Xcellent music, while the crowd 1868 many flocks were ruined by one.
Sheriff of Yiimhill county,
A VIXI ; BOUG ll¥ TH E, ÄHO P
’ ?. 5, 1873.
for illegal voting. But prior to the
instance where the lunimals wasted i
owned bv I. IL M jois. wish
meeting of the grand jury, Attorney-
inform Ike public ilmtxlie is.-
There were about sixty couple and,were sent to Chelmsford market
General ' Williams telegraphed to
new propilei! Ionio nny mid all
kinds ij Mfwrk’in liiS line in Hie lat
owner being lg-
In the coin itycoilrrof Yamhill county
Gibbs, instructing Kim to move “to present, beside quite a number from in evil condition, th*
est sis le,
neighboring towns. The exer norant of tlie cause. < | 4 The dealer, who
1 E<-| e .MBER TERM, 1873.
recind the proceedings’ by which
.. 25 cents--
er of the last will and testa-'
said grand jury was drawn and .not
to take any action before the jury un kinds so' that all might be pleased and ined the whites of tl li^ir eyes, thinking
FTi<> ISA REI f MITCHELL AND MAIlGA-
.. 25 centR»
GRAND BALL 1 \v i
__ ret and i 11ixalM*th, daughters devisees
til he had rejiorted to him “the ne entertained in the most agreeable they must have .1.« ! rot or jaundice;
for the benefit of t ié. .il
«it the said deceased and to his unknow n
Miss Lizzie Hamilton’s but fleeing all right ^o far*, he found Latiiyette
cessity” for said proceedings. .
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er was the only
Gibbs telegraphed to Williams the reading was good and would have that a supply of
witlCthe will annexed, of the estate of
ccredit to some of our Prof ssors thing required Gri |ss in a succulent
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facts in the .case which undoubtedly
the above'named court hisp<‘ti<in in due
form praying for an order of said court
f 1 VE TH OIK > U( 1H LY 'OVER-
justified him in his aefts, and, believ of elocihjon.- Col. T. Egertou Hogg state, contains flevd |i ty per Cejit. of
nuthorizing and empowering him to sell
luitiled and repaired my BATH;
ihe following described real property, be-
port satisfactory, proceeded reada i^limnentury sketch. Rev. moisture, but, when! jlried, very much
ing his report
ROOM, those in need of a good
longing to sa]d estate, to-w
The original Dqnutjion
with the prosectition; of the1 com- D. K. Nesbit then introduced and re less. The same red hark holds good
lfonation Land Claim of
Isaac Ve.ott, situate, in Yamhill qopnty,
plaints, The result is what everyone cited the poem entitled, “The Black for clovers, etc. W| ken we give cake, goodte impla
ate of Oregon, and being notification No’
’ 10-l'iand claim No. silnnd being parts of aeo
Can he accommodated reasonable
who has aftiy knowledge of Grant or Regiment,” which was rendered in corn, mult-combs, ty ran, etc., which
1iops.2ii. 27. 31 and 3»
R. 3, W. anti
35 in T. 4.S.
Williams ex pected. Gibbs is reniov-
Beginning at ajiolnttwo
cd and Rufus MaJQory, of StjJein, is seemed to enjoy themselves very much necessary to provid<4 water, or the an
ty links eæit->.»iSn7_lwenty
Zp'enty three - chains
appointed in his stead. We presume
souih from the N._
the indictments for illegal voting will
5ains ai tit
ing thence N, seventy-tliredcfiainsand
nold tf ■
by the band playing. “Home ‘iweet
links, thj'nee S. seventy-five <u*grees
by an always avail i bio supply, ‘and
now bê either dismissed or tried in IlomeX’
Geo. W. Snyder,
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West tvfaichii ns and titty -twolinks; thence
such u manner that the repeateH*will
south t#ghty degrees West onechftin and
It was our pleasure to step into they will exorcisa u proper discretion
Committee* of A a rm nlj gcfideb
siXty-f<mr link;*: tbonce N. thirty-six de
grees W. two chains: thence North six
degrees W. sixteenchainsan l eighty-<‘ightt
Those ’’'persons who thought that ing as taught by Prof. Day and to on most fibrins an i mispepsable req .1 . M. Kelty.
; MONEY SAVED h iving the
links; thence north éighty-eight degrees!
J ames JI eCain,-
see what was to be se^n. . The elite
•‘•Home” Sewing -Machine, re-
Mitchel1 would be without influence our town were there. ‘ We wished.for
L .co baker,
Light icently patented,
with Grant and Williams will, doubt our younger days again that we could ‘sloppy?* dry cotton|cake or grain is a
amrthirty-tnree links: thence South sev-i
: COMBINES ALL IMPROVE-
vnty-flve"degrees and tlifrtvminuteswest Runningr.inents of othbr xnafhines.
good and profitable regulator. < Tur
less, now comprehend the situation. participate in the mazy dance.
tw<kchains and seventy links; thence West
A CHILD CAN RUN AND
Our town so far as socibilitv is con- nips and mangoldsare disproportion Dr. 11. IL Littlefield,
chains and twenty links; thence S. “HOME ’ understand it.
The Oregonian denounces Mitchell for
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cermd is almost a failure. Thero is
.. East fertv
iV.“!:;;: and rtfty’Hnkfs to *:.?
the removal of Gibbs, and: censures but f :w young men of any gallantry? ately watery as xm ! for animals;
place of lieginning,
beginning, containing threehnn-
three hun Sewing the simplest, and not jliM’le to.
ffet out nf
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Williams, but holds Grant blameless. here, but we hope for better timfes in hence the losses oc asioned by them, fHlICKETS admitting
dred and twenty acres more or less. Said
Machine. Furnished in five different-
especially when brt xling sheej). They tted 82, 50.
That portion of the Republican party the future. Moro anon.
T (r ■ stales.
allowed ! against
; Prices'from $i>0 to 80.
éont^in fully nino pints of Water to
In,addition to the dance apd sU|i P there
who denounce Mitchell must now see
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. u. Je -** » * - 1 t 1 A .
hk R has by order of said (tourt duly
Heuimer and feller, braider,
one pint-Lof dry ood. Ninety per will be a
that he has influence witfi the admin
/ ? i mfl^uuid entered of record Noven»ber22, Simplest niftier, gauge, quilter, extra
Three glasses of Leer did not
throat plat* shuttle, six bobbins
cent, of water is to much; sixty five
istration. Thé time is coming, and
Tuesday the 6tltl day of January,
agree with Josh Billings, as he re
twelve needles; etc , free with
to seventy-six per cent, in pasture
it is not far distant when Grant wi 1
At eleven o’clock in j he forenoon of said
lates the experience of his early grassfis the more triturai and proper in the upper part of the »
be the most unpopular President that
willing to ehgage in the Big it.
day Was appointed!as the time and the
We also continue to aell the favorite-
[i lendid court room in the eburt house in Lafay-
All are invited to nt leid,
we ever had. The people are break youth: “In thj first place it was proportion. The luiaan or animal
i an d a . etter Yamhill count Oregon, as the place ‘‘HOME 8-HtrrTLE.”
baud ftf music will be in a4i tei
ing party chains and will soon be cu about eighty rods from w'nerc I
PllK ES REDl’GED-^No. 1, f28; No. 2,
forbearing said petition by said court.
frame has sevent r-fiyo per cent, of general good time is expftcti'
lpable çf seeing him as he really is.
$40: No. 3.(f|alf Case). $45’.
Every body t;ome and ‘ ia
ly good And,
W iierj -: as . by said order it was directed
drank tlje lagei beer to mi house
Orders for either machine promptly filled
is dear as food, be< wisp it contains, in time and help a good lead lie.
tliatfii citat ion lie issued directed to you in and forwarded.on receipt of piice.
Nearly every county .treasure^, in and I wuz just two hours on ’ the the lean portion , seventy-six qser
Therefore^ in the name of the State of
Iowa was displaced at the late elec road, and had a hole bursted cent, of water. No -wonder that
Oregon &ou and each of you are hereby
GEO. W, TfljTEK,.Gen. Agt, .
required- vo appear at‘the tune
time and place
tion. A fearful time among them, through each one ov iwy pantaloon
above specified andUsntow
andxsntow cause, if any
S, W, Cor, Jtorrison A Thir dstejt
economical.”—Be 'em Rural.
exists, av liv an order of sale of said prem
since for the first time in about 12
ises should not be made as in the said pe
neez. and didn’t have any hat and
tition prayed for.
years they have to give an account of
nilJiain Arp ays: “I’d tax a
In test imo'ny whereof we have hereunto
- their stewardship with the peoples’
affixed the seal of said Court and our of
man nuthin on a i incum of 5 thou-
ficial signatures, this the 2d day of De- ft Biicta-T™Z
money. The Jackson county treas
TOBACCO. SEGARS, MU'
ccmber, A. D. 1873.
san dollars and ndcr. I’d tax 10
[Seal: K. '
W. M. RAMSEY.
urer takes time by the forelock and everything in the room trying to
Judge of said Cofirt.
iPiltfiD history of this greatest sea^al by
I -one who knows, ivfth comprehen-
proclaims the county-safe burglarized get on the backside ov me, and in per ct. pn all bftween 5 and 10
R. H. LAMPSON,
sive biographicalsketebeo-of all
twenty >er ct. on all be-
sitting down on a chair, did not
’rties «nterestedi abound- ’
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wii11 incidents, anecdote»
thousan, and soon
And in fact everything
interview* never before
Rev. Mr. Smith, Indian agent at
doublin up to 5(lthcpsan.
-kbove in a first-class variety stqre
f'di%™tory of th*
I would respectful
p«a - i
White Earth, Minnesota, has gobbled actly under me when it wuz going
otice is hereby given that X rHlIIlH Woodhull “Utopia.”
that, I’d take itjaU, every dollar.
$80,000, and begs the Department to round, and I set down a little too
iodate of Michael Colwell, deceased, 1ms
the liest ever written. What prominent men
filed in the county court of Yamhill and women have to sav of this scandal. All
spare him the disgrace of a trial. All soon, and missed the chair about
county, Oregon, his final account of his
the name, Grant would pardon the twelve inches, and couldn’t get up Ji^Phe journal i
admiinstmtion in said estate, and tha
® will have their
jjy ordor of st id court this day made, the
enough to taJiC tiiQ next one
And w, £y arraign Smith,„
same will lie heard by said court at the S2SF0E
fun, as witness tjie fallowing from
house in Lafayette in said county most fastidious: about 400 pages. Illustrat
while Rev. Havhn goea unhung?
the 6tli day of January. 187-1, ed. The-greatest selling book ever offered
that came alongp’and that ain’t a Cincinnati paj
at. one o’cock in the afternoon of said Canvassers. Exclusive territory. It is rap
icr: UA favorite
day, at which time and place any person idly tilling up. You must secure it now.
A Democratic woman beat her Re awl; my wife said I wuz drunk as a amusement at Li ramie is slashing
interested may appearand file objections Big commission. Bound prospectus, can
200 Pages of Engta
to said account.
publican male opponent in Marshall beast.”
Plate. Publishe 1
Published by order of W. M. Ramsev, vassing book and complete «jittit sent on re
off stranjgers caps. 'Dno;1 blow. is
county, Iowa, at the late election for
county Judge of said county, nmde this ceipt of Seventy-five cents._Cirenlftrs._term»
ete.. free. Address now THE BEVERLY
German edita n alt
the 2d day of Deceinlier, 1873.
Salem firemen have new belts
School Superintendent by 760 major
COMPANY. W a bash Ave,
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PERKINS’ FARM CHRISTMAS EVE.
B HAIR DRESSIÍS SAI.OON..
A R. PIERCE,.
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