Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, January 02, 1874, Image 2

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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ADVERTISEMENTS.
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To Mr. Duckworth, the gentleman­ • Wàshington county wfllj pay
JAS. McCAIN,
' Sheriff’s Sale.
!. WEEKLY, SEMI WEEKLY, AND DAILY.
oono owa
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FRIDAY,- JANUARY 2, 1874. ly officer who arrived here some days $8,898
37$ State, and $775
RNEY AT LAW,
since for thè man Hopkins alias ‘Pur­ tax.
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
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virtue of an execution issued out of •THE WEEKLY SUN is too widely known
lAFAYETTE, OREGON.
Meeting of the Democratic state dam, wo are indebted for the follow­
11«€ Hon. Circuit Court of the State of Ore- to require any extonded recommendation;
The proposed building foratile
Central Committed.
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for the county of Yamhill and to me but the reasons which have already given it
PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE gem
ing particulars concerning the case: Corvallis Agricultural College
ulfi'Cted.by the (lerk of said court, in l'a- fifty thousand subscribers, and whicTi will,
ite Courts.
,
inarllyBtf vif’1 of Samuel Brown, l’lff. and against
The Democratic State Central Com­ . The murder was committed near will cost $75,000.
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f.’t for the
n 8. Cooper,
Def.
t lie sum
suin of one we hope, give it many thousands more, are
Ripley,
in
Butler
county,
Missouri,
hundred
and
thirty-five
54-1IM)
dollars
($135- brielly as follows: ■.
mittee of the State of Oregon, is here­
It is a first-rate newspaper. All the news
DR. ALFRED KINNEY,
54Uwilh
vitli interest
iij,t<!rest at thy rate Of
of ten percent
The
Forest
Grovers
accept;
by requested to meet at the city of July 6th, 1873. The victim was a challenge of the Hillsboro tit
per 1 annum from the 18th day . of January of the day will be found in it, condensed
1471 , aud the further sum of eight 60:100 when unimportant, at full length when of
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Portland, on Thursday, the 22d day young man named Thomas Scott.
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Surgeon.
doll
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are ($8
60-100) costs. 1 have levied upon moment, and always presentedin a clear, in­
ry Society and tell the letter to
it of the
above
all
be
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right,
title arid interest
theaboye
Prior
to
the
shooting,
Purdam,
in
con
­
and interesting manner.
of January, 1874, at 2 o’clock, p. m.,
tent “
Def.'t, Joint B.,L<x)per, ip
wri-*
, and to the telligible,
$ , 7, D e KUM’ s lltlLDINÓ,
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come
on.
It
is
a
first-rate
family paper, full of Sh-
following described real estate, the same
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of said day for the purpose of desig­ nection with other parties 4jad rented
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I.” W. <'First and W.oras. bei
tertaining and instructive reading of every
bolk.
lg
an
undivided
interest
aud
acquired
< PORTLAND. OREGON.
The Grangers at Dixie^
bi-1 >e mg an heir of Esther Cooper, deceased kind, but containing nothing thatcan offend ,
nating the time‘and manner of hold­ a farm near Ripley. He had not
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to 11 a. m. till after 5 p. hi Tile south,haif of the Donution lalid claim the most delicate and scrupulous taste.
«ai-
county,
had
a
grand
gatheriji
g
and
||., In Jitice at Night, i
ing a Democratic State Convention, been there long before he seduced a
offeuQqli Cooper and wile, being notifica-
It is a first-rate story paper. The 'best
«mas
a
general
good
time
op
Chri
t uWi No. i t.«», claim No. 53. Said ciaim be­ taleB and romances of current literature are
cousin
of
Scott.
This,
however,
war
in accordance with the usage of the
ing situated tn sec.’s 3, 4, 9 and 10 in T.5, 8. carefully selected and legibly printed in itd
It. ¡3, W. in Yamlrill county, Oregon.
party, and of transacting such other not generally known and when found day.
pages.
,
‘Andon
It is a first-rate agricultural paper. The
business as may properly come be out by Scott, he and Pu/dam had
We
Wo learn that tl^
tlie wH I
Monday the 29tli day of December, most fresh and instructive' articles on agri­
«WY_
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/ cultural topics regularly appear in this de-,
f>re said committee. Said committee some words about it. Scott had been Washington county has noi I been
r.t the hour of one o'clock P. M., Twill pro-
paying attention j to another young injured by the freez$, an^J
is composed as follows: t
(feed to sell at public amiiion 10 l^artmcnt.
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It is an independent political paper; be­
the highest bidder for cash iff hand
Benjamin Haymond, JaOkson; A. lady, and while he was attending the looks fresh and green.
m front of the court saouse door in Lafay- longing to no party and wearing no collar.
TJ0, Yamlrill county, Oregon all the right. It lights for principle, and for the election
Coos; Missouri University, Purdam com-
Rose, Douglas; W. H. J
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The
sawmill
aUe and interest of said Defendant in and of the best men to office. It especially de;
Wm. Tichenor, Curry? . L. Wal- menceij keeping coùtpany with the
ip ilie al»ove described property to satisfy votes its energies to the exposure of the
Buell,
on
Mill
creek,
inPolkeounf
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vbwcb
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dron, Josephine; J. 0. A
, Benton;
sjiid execution and accruing qosts;
corruptions that now weaken and disgrace
same lady. July 4th, Scott came; ty, was burned down lastn|ffeek<
R. P. BIRD,
t J. H. Hackleman, Linn;
J. Wai-
our country, and threaten to undermine re­
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
publican institutions altogether. It has no
’ ton, Jr., Lane; G. W. Gray, Marion; borite; on the 5th he attended a pic­ It caught accidentally.
Lafayette, Oregon, D-'
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fear of knaves, and asks- no favors froid
Nov. 28tli, 1873.^
no40-v>4
H. N V. Holmes, Polk; J. H . Upton, nic where all three met. Scott on
Farmers
in
Hillsborb,
ft
deriding
their supporters.
Yamhill; F. A. Bailey, Washington; this occasion spent most of his time
It reports the fashions for the ladies and
last
W. L. White, ¡Clackamas; Eugene in the lady’s company. Purdam saw a meeting of their A ra ~
the
markets for the men, especially the cat­
SheriiTs Sale.,!
tle-markets,
to which it pays particular at­
Semple,’Multnomah; W. A? Mus­
Saturday,
report
the
rolliifgUandg
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grove, Columbia; A. Van ibusen, them together and remarked that he too dry yet to plow.
Y-VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION AND tention.
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Finally, it is the cheapest .paper publish­
order
of
salcrissved
out
of
tlijb
circuirt
Clatsop; W. H. Faucett, Tillamook; would shoot the 8- -b yet. Early in
court of tliprStat0 of Oregon for Yamhill ed. One dollar a year w'ill secure it for any
The officers of the University
J. M. Baxter, Wasco; H. C4 Page", and soon after their departure Purdam
ebunjy under the seal of said ooiytAiiMfii I subscriber. It is not-necessarv to get nn a
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jiidifmeiiK
and decide of twd losnrc' in .club in order to have THE >WEEKLY SUN
a Jüdinnen
Umatilla; A. C. Craig, Union; I. D. the forenoon Scott took the lady home Association at Eugene, npkeja
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the suit of Alfred W. Stowell," Plnintiif, vs. at this rate. Any one who sends a single
Haines, Baker; J. W. Baldwin, Grant.
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Sítniúel
li. - i'iiulelland
Mavy Ê, Tiindell,
Ills
folloV^d. Leaving her at home he touching appeal to those vifyo ha vie
wile,
Hcnty
Hewett
surviving
¡partner
of (dollar will get the paper for a year.
Should any vacancies have^. occur­
We have no travelling agents.
tlie
iiui
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-tnepihip
oi
Hewett,
Floyverdew
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started back the way he had come not yet paid their subscriptions to
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Dawson,
Adnìinist
ratrir
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any.
Jpu
red in any of the counties, the Coun­
do
so
at'once,
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of
the
estate
of
.J.
G.
FlqwerdeW,
deceased,.
THE WEEKLY SUN.—Eight pages,
ty Committees are recoinmended to when he met Purdam and another
a
John McCracken
’raekcu and Henry
lLenryf ¡¡iewett
Hewett de
de- ­
fifty-six
columns. OnlyiSl 00 a year. No
-A
call
has
been
issued
for
à.
igndants (loinmanding
mi ing and ré^uiring^
tealulring me
fill such vacancies. A full 1 attend- man in the road. Purdam rode up
th-scl! thcpreinbes
liereimiftpr
described I discounts from this rate.
tlsKsel!
tlioprenri>cs
hereinafter
until abreast of him and d-'ew a pis­ meeting of the physicians CÎf Liiûi I
THE YiEMI-WKEKLY SUN.—Same
ip satisfy the
tiie judgment-
Judgment- aiid decree
decide
ance of the Committee is earnestly re- •
rendered
rèndenti
in
said
suit
in,favor
in^fajvor
of
the
si«e
as the Daily Bun.
OO a year. A
County
on
January
3,1814,
for
tlfej
tol and shot Scott without any warn­
said plaintiff and against the defendant discount of 20 per cent, to clubs of 10 or
quested.
j. * W. L. WHITE,
Samuel H. Tlndcll i herein for the suin'bf over.
ing whatever. Scott was unarmed ur)K)sc of organizing h >Coui
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CAnrmiin Dan. State Cen. Cam.
S. gold coin and
nd intones
interjes
THE DAILY SUN.— A large four-page
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aqd when he found he was shot turn­ Iddical Society.
since the rendition of said judgment to
newspaper of twenty-eight columns. Daily
O recon C ity ,’ Dec. 26, 1873. t
wit:
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circulation over 120,000. All the news for .
ed his horse and run, Purdam follow­
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Since
Novopibcr
12,
1
1872,
tunoiintipg
to
The Forest Grove Dqbati
82,382 40-hHJ U. S. coin and thu iprther sum, 2 cents;' Subscription price®® cents a
ed him shooting as he went; Scott Club has decided that tl^ pco .
of’ $1,07.0 L”. S, currency and iuicrest si neo month, or 96 00 a year. To clubs of 10 ór
FARMERS FOR OFFICE.
the said
Novetiiber, ’, 18Ï2,
aid ,12th
12tl| day "of
of Noveinliei
1872, over, a discbunt of 2u per. cent.
run about three hundred yards when of the United States shihuld HpC I-
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der to ¿hdw Cause-
tMuountiug to $4,292 35-100 U. S. currency,
♦4’ttE SUN,”
Address;
Borne time since a prominent gen­ he fell from his horse dead. Purdam elect all the officers. . we trw|
and the costs
costs» of strid
said suit aud
and accruing
sccrulng
New Yerk City.
noli
tAJRlOf
XL will
Will prtjcec*l.
costs, A 1 IJUV.U
have ivvrvu
levied utkm «III
aud
¡tie county court ofYatnliiJl county, to$>ell
tleman residing in this county re­ then rode to his (S.’s) uncle’s house the Congress of the United Statfe^
to i^ell at
al public auction to the highestbS
highestlri .1-
1-
p Sf Oregon.
currency to
to-me
mu? in
Filo mnrter of the guardianship of Dari deHoi’U.S, coin and cnrrej.cj
marked that “next spring the farm­ and told them he had shot Scott, and will now acquiesce in ihaiH^pinipi^
hand paid on day of sttle
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jijBerkins, a minor.
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the
tmvn
of
latfay-
Court
Houre
door
in
ers are intending to look out for them­ that they had better take care of him of this high authority.
December Uth, 1873.
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ette. Yariihill coutity, Oregon,
i BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.
I 'ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE.
selves in politics and they will .run as he was lying in the road and the
Mr. Mansur, who wei/i |o Sn
T| t H1>- 11th DAY OE DECEMBER. A. Jlonduy the 5th Day of January,
The Scientlllc American now in, the
farmers for office. They are tired pf hogs would eat him up. That night
129th year, erfjojs the widest circulation uff
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1873,
comes
Daniel
Johnson,
sole
Francisco after machinery* for
p th giiiri iari of Dan Hann Penkins, a minor, At the hour of one o’clock P* M.,of suid any weekly newspaper of the kiud in the
voting for professional men.” Upon Purdam rode over into Illinois and
ami p -events his verified written petition day in accordance With and in c bedieiuxs world. A new volume commences January
North Bend Mill, at Go
tothl (court, showing that, the income of t o said decree and the order of sal e t herein 3,187,4.
this “text” we will write a short ser­ stopped at the house of his mother has returned. The iniM
nas
/thfo O! fate of his said ward Is insufficient to iconlained all|t he follow ing described piece ’ Its contents embrace the latest and most
mon: In selecting men for office, re­ and brother; here he remained one sumed work, and is nowl
main a1n him and that suiti estatein parcel or tract of Ignd to-wit:
interesting ihforumtibn pertaining t<> the In­
turni
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i nd hasnotsutlicient means outside of
That piece or parcel of ia,nd situate in
gard should be jiaid to tHir fitness for night, ‘there Raving his horse and out lumber in as large |jupiitlt|^i debt
nftl 1 roperty to*p.iy said indebt idness and Yamhill county,
county. State t of Oregon and dustrial, Mechanical and Scientitic Progress
sliow
ng
tipitit
tlpitit
would
be
lor
the
lienelir
benefit
of
knowiiand
described on ilie official plats of the World: Descriptions,’ with Beautiful
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, the position. The candidate should saddle he took the cars and started for as ever.
siuqfiinor to sell ail of the right title or in the surveyordieiienil’s office of Oregon Engravings, of New Inventions. New Imple­
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n equity which
st
law
wliich his said •aps donation' claim number sixty (60| in ments. New Processes, and Improved -In­
be honest and capable, and if he lacks Oregon. His statement is: “They
lias
in
or
to
the
following
descrll>ed Jownjdrip four, (4), south of Blase line and dustries of all kinds: t sefal Notes, Receipts
The schooner Enferpiiise; , whic
either capability of honesty he should met in the road and that Scott rode
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ftreinise.s
tow
it:
Range three West and notification num*
11
was ashore at thefmouil fof
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;ks, nunil>ered 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 7. 8. 9,10, ■or 1020, except260 acres off the West end, Suggestions and advice, by practical writers
not be selected. It makes no differ­ up to him and said, ‘g - d you, there
13,14, 15, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20, 21, 22.23,‘T», fl gfihl claim to satisfy said execution, for workmen aud employers in the vario.m
arts.
t
Umpqua,
got
dff
s^e
aim
madeT
<128, 29, 30, 31, 32,133, 34/35, 36, 37, 38, 3'5, costs and accruing costs.
ence whether a man is a farmer, a has been a heap of talk going around
The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is The
1| 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48. 49,50, 5L 52, 53,
R. 1». BIRD;
trip to San Fraiici^o. .Rdm wh|
56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64(<«5, 66, 67,
cheapest and best illustrated weekly paper
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon^
mochanic, a doctor, a merchant, or lately and we had as -well settle it
70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77. 78, 79, 80. 81,
published. Every number cont.iins from it>
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Lafu.vette Dec.
5, 1873.
port she arrived at Engpfe Ci
81, and its, and lots No. 4 and5 in
a la wyer, if^ie is honest and qualified first as last,’ and that Scott attempted
to 15 original engravings of new machinery
ikfNo. 24 all in the town of; Uilayette,
last week, 'and is
and
novel inventions.
Citation ’ Notice.
for the position he seeks, his claims to get a pistol from his saddle-bags,
111 couutyL Oregon. And i< appearing
ENGRAVINGS,
illustrating improvement,
coal.
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necessary to sell said premises for the
are entitled to consideration.
but that he (P.) was too quick for him.’
discoveries,
and
important
works, pertain- %
tcnance of said minor.
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In the county court of Ytunhill county,
ing
to
civil
and
mechanical
engineering
mill­
County orders in
s therefore hereby ordered by this ip the St ute of Oregon. :
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Being a farmer will not necessarily -He says that the man who was with
ing, mining and metallurgy; records of the
that said petition lie heard by this
DECEMBER TERM, 1873.
latest progress in the applications of steam,
Pit at the court, house in iAfayetto in
make a man honest. We find honest him will swear that this is the way of county, buying, 97J,
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the
matter
of the last will and testa" steam engineering, railways, ship building,
[Ipourityand
State,
on
Monday,
the
12th
98c. Very scarc^.
and dishonest men in every avocation. it.” .
pf January, 1874, at one o'clbck 1*. M. of, Înt of WHlftun Blair, deceased:
navigation, telegraphy, telegraph engineer­
|lay, and the next of kin of said minor
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jof
O ISABEL MITCHELL AND MA1CGA- ing. electricity, magnetism, light and heat.
At the last election every man on the
Mr. J. C. Moore,
He is known to have killed one
11 persons interested in hisestatc are
ret and Eilzubeth, daughters devisees
v directed and required toap)x*ar Ite­ . hi the said deceased and to his unknown . FARMERS, mechanics, engineers, invent­
Democratic ticket, excepting the can­ man in Kentucky a number of years Washington county, ha^been
ms Court at the tfme arid place here- I heirs:
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■> • ors, inenufacturere, chemists, lovers of -sci­
ore specified to sliow cause, ifuhy ex- I W iie R eas , T. A. Wood, administrator ence, teachers, clergymen, lawyers, .and .
didate for Coroner, was a farmer, yet ago, and admits to having killed two. very ill at his faim' n W? Green­
order should ‘ not
not lielgranted
wenuiwu gv
s-* ’itb the will annexed, of the estate
eslate of,
of. people of all professions, wiU find the S ciex -
ivàleacitìg,
they were all defeated. - So far as this Near the close of the war he belonged ville, but is now •( fevalesci^g,
sing said guardian *1"
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“’1 | William Blair, deceased, has duly filed in T.xiu A merican useful to them. It should
to sell
real
rises hereinbefore described.
iscrlpeu. And it I the above *nained*-edurt his petion in due have a place in every family, library, study,
county is concerned, the farmers have to a band of horse thieves, and as whereat numerous frier fts heartily
reby ordered that a copy of tlris ordei form praying for an order of said court office, and counting room; in every* reading.
blished once a week for at least three authorizing aiid empowering him to sell
always controlled politics, and we matters begap to quiet down he went
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Ive weeks prior, to said 12th day of J he following described real property, be- room, College, academy, or school.
■ A year’s numbere.contanr-832 pages and
y,
1874iu The LafayettejCourier.
Samuel
Da^,
of
.Ctàp
allis,
has
presume they will in the future have to Missouri. Here he was implicated
onging to said estate, to-witj:
S everal H i ni > k >A)E*. oka \ im }S. Thousands
W. M. RAMSEY,
The
original
Donation
Land
Claim
of
such matters their own way. Then in passing counterfeit money and a received a patent front Washing­
Judge.
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Isaac Vejott, situate In Yainhill cornity» of volumes are preserved for binding and
State
of Oregon, and being notification No. ’reference. The practical’receipts are well
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invented
ton
on
a
grain
separata
if
why should they complain?
warrant for his arrest was issued and
1042
and
claim No. 86 and being parts.of sec­ worth ten times the subscription .pricey
by him. The michin^ iísaid to
Estray Notice.
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ig tions 26,27, 34 and 35 in T. 4,S. R. 3. W. anil Terms $3 a year by mail. Discoun^kclubs.
placed in the hands of an officer. The
more jKirticularly described as follow^,to- Specimens sent free. May be b
all
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same
SCHOOL. TAX
officer found him and said: “You are be superior to mbny f<$ the
wit:
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VKEN
UP
BY
THE
SUBSCjl
news dealers.
IBER,
llr-*
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lit*
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purposes now in use. fe J
Beginning at a point two Chains and fif­ n A rnpufflii
ing
...H six
„.A miles northwest of
or Lafayette,
connec6°®
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8CIKNTIFIC Alt Eb I A>.
This year the levy of tax by the my prisoner,” and commenced to
two year old horse Coltjliay, black'mane ty links cast and twenty three chains ifA I HN I N ■
A
Farmers
’
Grange^
and
sixty
eight
links
south
from
the
N.
as organ­
tail, with star in forliead. No marks*
1 HlJLlll 1 Ui Messrs, M inn fc Co.
county for school purposes is three read the warrant to him, when he (P.) ized atuMonroe, Bentoi^ountyjpe-
irands visible. Appraised by D, C. W. corner of said section 35, aiid, runn­
arfe Solicitors of American and Foreign Pat­
ing
thence
N.
seven
ty-|li
rec
chains
and
fif
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art, J. P., at $20.
n^ills on the dollar, and the amount drew a pistol on the officer, and there­
ty links, thence 8. scvepty-five degrees ents, and have the largest establishment in
WM.
MERCHANT,
cembeF 20th, by Deputy Simpson, ^.afayette, Ogn, Dec. 13,1873.
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West two chains and fifty-two links: thence the,world. More than fifty thousand applica­
of school money raised by county tax­ by effected his escape.
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dollars when collected. This together
with the interest on the irreducible
school fund will*raise almost twice as
much school money as We had last
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year.
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neïït
nent Republican Senators have ex
ex- ­
pressed a decided aversion to permit­
ting Mr. Mitchell to retain his seat,
with divers felonies scored up against
him; but they declare that there has
been so many disgraceful develop­
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The Netci gays that integrity is all ments in Republican quarters that
the capital that is now pretended to they feel averse to bringing out any
be claimed for the man whom Mr. more, as long as they can help it.
Grant was kissed into appointing It has about come to that pass when
Chief Justice of the United States. all the ability, ingenuity and energy
The very most that all of the few pa­
of the party in Congress is needed to
pers that have spoken of the appoint­
keep party rascalities and scandals
ment jvith
yrith. any degras
degree of
< patience
from getting abroad. If they can
have been able to say l-Hs been this:
only get the rules of Congress so
f ‘‘After all, he is a safe man.” v ‘in*
amended that no information ban be
is a man of integrity.” “Most of
called for and no investigations set
the charges against him have been
on foot unless the majority shall first
disproved of.” “It might have been
conclude that it is proper to call for
worse,” etc. The average integrity
such investigation, or that there is
of Radical statesmanship can be
grounds for the investigation; if this
judged from the fact that nothing
can only be done, and a retroactive
worse has been established against
repeal of the Bankrupt Act be effect­
Attorney General Williams than buy­
ed so as to prevent any party nasti­
ing a $600 private carriage, and pay­
ness from coming out through the
ing for it with public money; and
settlement of the Cookes’ estate, the
•. selling a surveying ¿contract fqr a
party may be able to shift through
consideration in gold paid to Jake
the session in some way, without be­
Hoffman. Mr. Williams is consider-
ing finally damned.— New.
cd extremely fortunai ,te by his party
idthing more Fse-
brethren in having ndt
T ile P rospect .—The large levy of
rious established against him than taxes this year will pay the county
these little irregularities, and quite indebtedness that was run last year,
J likely they are right; they Ought to and the expenses of the county for
know.
this year, ancL leave some money on
hand unless our county jail is filled
. Owing to the New Year festivities, with prisoners soon. The ordinary
wc were not out in time to q^tch all expenses have, thus far, been light.
the mail«, In the future shall try to
—— ...
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Seehowalinelookswithoutspaces.
bu promptly ou tim<|
with Luther Hasbroujtìi.Esq.,
Master, and H. B. Nfchols, Esq.,
GEM SALOON
1
Secretary. There ard .thirty char­
£ 4 OREGON^
Bumber
ter members, the fuil|L-.
- s al-
, J l A fayette ,
lowed by the rules of |Se Order.
/ j Proprietor!
Isaeo Sampson,
south eighty degijBes West one chain and
sixty-four links: thenceN. thirty-six de­
■ a
grees W. two chains: Llience North six
degrees W. sixteen clialnsand eighty-eight
Jinks; thence north eighty-eight degrees
West
West four chains and Tfffty
tifty* links; tiience
thence
Nortli’eiglity-six degrees West eight chains
and thlrty-tpree links: thence South sev­
enty-live degrees and thirty minutes West
0—0
chains and seventy links;thence West
•The people of Empfe City ex­ D ealer in fine ” wi N es and jjq - two
five
chains arid twenty links; thence S.
JLw uore, such as:
chains and sixty links; then tie
pect telegraphic cc pnication j iWhisky, Brandy, Ale, Porter, Deer and seventy-five
East torty-two chai ns and fifty links to the
Wy.-J
place of beginning, eontiiining three hun­
with Roseburg by ne:
;ii!7*Also, Segare, Tobacco, Candy, Nuts,: dred and twenty acres more or less. Said
land to be sold to pay tlie claims presented
Six thousancl box|| of apples He, Give me a call,
and-allowed.agaijtst^
‘said estate and theex-
.
noS.Vtf
V
penseS.otadtninistHitidn thereof. And
were shipped for -'Saja Francisco, K’--------------- j-------------------’—
- W hereas by, order of said Court duly
from Empire City, fE«
j uri ng the
made and entered of record Novemben22,
: -j ■ :>
third week in July. H 0 !
Tuesday the Gth day of January,
>
.
’ 1H74.
It is understood thj|tE. E. Mor4
At eleven o'clock in the forenoon of said
ìiincisco, arci
gan’s Sons, of San
day was appointed as the time^and'tbe
court room in the court house ’in L:ithj'-
mts of the’
ÀVING
B(
to be the resident
aving bought the sh
ette, Yamhill county, Oregon,as thb iviu:e
mpany j thtà
owned My J. R. Majors, wisS- for hearing said petition by said court;
Oregon Packing
^es to inform the pubHb that And,
he |s =
.
1
yea»*. Ten thoisan jases o| th^
W hereas , by said order ¡it was directed
1
now prepared to do any and
kinds of work in his line in the lat­ that ri citation be issued directed to you in
next season’s c$tch 0 salmon ‘x hav
due form. .
est style, *
been contracted for. SB I ■ •.B
: Therefore, in the name of the State of
i
Oregon you arid each of yoji arc hereby
|..,.25 cents required to appear at the time and place
Shaving,........ • •
The firemen’s ball
above specified and show cause, if Tiny
exists, why an order of sale of said prem­
-
I
-
1
night at Astoria w
Shampooing,. •> • e • ■ • L..-.25 cents ises should not be made as in the said pe­
tition prayed for.
cess.
f
.25 cents In testimony •ivliercqf we have hereunto
Hair cutting,... .;. • • •
affixed the seal of said Court and our of­
to a s$tt
There is already
ficial signatures. this the 2d day of De-
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ceriilMir, A. D.1873.
inent at Brookfield, Ji ear Ajiori
W. M. RA3LSKY,
[Seal:
and the town has nojjfcet be
Judge
of biiid. COúrt.
UVfi THOROUGHLY:. OVER-
Attest:
off into lots, blocks
liauled'apd repaired my BATH R. II. LAMPSON,
ROOM, those in need of a good
Clerk
hiio4a-w4
r
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The Seattle DiapaU
P
n
HAIR DRESSING SALOON.
A »• PIERC
El H
Í
Ch ,
I granài
■1
H
h
says: On last Bunds
following notice was
conspicuous places al
“N otice .—The ba:
will pop! After the
1874, we, the undersi
tify the public to stdj^ trave
on
the Nfc B. Bj. B. unA‘
debts are paid in fu
the de
on the N. P. R. R.
main unpaid atter tti^ first of
ry, 1874, the jpublic||i*"
ill ,be
desperate chances t^i < xavel
• I
road.” (Signed)
X
M ontgomeries L abo
z:
g 0
ry
I Ættorney at Law,
B
Corner Jefferson and Third Sts. •
LAFAYETTE,
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OffAC
it
T he undersigne I)
thkes pieag.
j
^ure in announcing to the travelling pub-
lie that ia connection with his Feed and Liv-
— business he is running a DA
“ a ILY
nry
EXPRFSS
to and
from St.
Joseph.
Lei
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r— _javea
Lafayette at 10:16, making connection with.
the care, and returning at"12:15 p. m. -
n35-tf
HULL JOHNSON, Prop.
J. R. MAJORS
LAFAYETTE,
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-
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ORÉGO N.
DEÀL&IC IN
TOBACCO,
SEGARS, * NUTS.
-k
Candies, sardines, Oysters^
stationery, etc.
And in fact everything that is to be foundj
in a first-class variety store.
Can be accommodated reasonable,
otice is hereby given that
I would respectfully solicit a share of thes
Win. Coii.wgeU, adiubiisuraior oftthe pnblic patronage.
estate of Michael Cohve'J, dtC’iisedJ.'.ias
HUBERT PIERCE,
mno42-tf
J. R. MAJ0B8.
tiled in • the bounty court of Yamhill
.......
,,,
couuto', Oregon, his final account of his
Lafayette,
adnnRistrAticht iij naid estate, and tlmt
by order of stid court this day made, tlie
same
will be heard by said court at the
nolO-tf
court house in l.aiayette in said county,
on Tuesday the 6t h «lay of January; 1874.
at one o’ cixjk
e<x:k in the : fter
fternoon of said
W. M. (RAMSEY,
1
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h day, at which time and place auy person
interested.may apiiearand tile objections
200 Paipes <»C EUiffraviafa and CoL.
to said account.
Published by order of W. M. Ramsey, ored Plate Published QUARTERLY, at
No. for 18Î4
1874 just
juu i».
is­
LAFAYETTE, OREGOJi.
county Judge of said county, mado this 25 cents a year. '. First No-
sued,- A; German
st same price. 7 /
the 2u day of December, 1873.
uhi edition at
WM. Còl well,
Address, JAMEb V ICK, A
i
OHlue in the Court House, j
no41-w4
Administrator. *
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Rocbester. N. V
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N
yn
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Final Settlement.
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