Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1874)
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CON-
arch 17, B74.< j
nan of the
we take tho fcllowing prOOCedi
~ wasca tWv|
■- lirdor jgftd - it ■J-
by Cul. W. L. Whito, *Cha
: is approaching for the various polit
In our issue of th»' 6th. we publish
There1 ical parties to
make _ their vnomina-
ed the call for an inde|>endent Con- loway, Assistant Secretary,
The best ORGAA'Sufa*
I tiens, I think it is time i men Should
ventwn to n^i^in^c ¡ i a county ticket, were 124 delegates present.
Governor Grovet wits renominated think of candidates. I venture to
lies of one hundred
It Contain the nafhee
andtitnet^'n p.rsdns, some of whom for Governor by acclamation.
state this proposition, that other
IN THE WORLD. !
things being equal, the County Judge
signed it without iny thought or con
ought to bo a lawyer. The idea that*
sidération, and flfeain others whose was nominated for Congressman.
S. F,. Clihdw.ck received the nom anybody will do for Chairman of tho
names appear upjbn it say they did
board of Commissioners, and that a
: not sign it. Thii mova will amount ination for Secretary of State.
; Oils, Perfil^
tribunal having oxclusivo original Paint-
- r tonothing if the Democratic and the
Republican Conventions nominate to oinit th proceedings in full, but jurisdiction in qll probate matters aud
shaN give [them next week.
couQurruut civil jurisdiction iu corf-
. ....... I_____ - >
■ I *
’call is copied from one pdt>-
tain civil cases with the Circuit Court
Notes and News.
lished in Polk dounty, and hence does
is worse than simply foolish, it is
not fit the rose here. It seems to be
Prince Kaltikana has been elected mischievous. Ail judicial positions
Steck of :
in the judgment of tho writer should
leveled at “midnight schemers, dis King to succeed Lunidila.
honest politicians and chronic and
For tampering with the U. 8. mails be filled by lawyers. As society groWs
‘'’•dnstfftnional office seekers.” Who John Conway has got into difficulty. older its relations become more and
harve been standingUca^eKdates fbr
Oregon aud California in 1870 pro
Representative, for Sheriff and Coun duced 23,000,000 pounds of wool; in stitution of human naturo tlrat lawytr
The Best for Churches and Lodges.
ty Treasurer, i»o long that the desire 1M73, 32,7(H),000 pounds.
cannot be dispensed with..The Gran
The Best fbr Snnday Schools.
£or office has bocome “chronic? The
The colored citizens of Tonnessbe ger’s idea of arbitration is good; but
The Best for Parlor and Vestries.
’ call Says ,rwc wilt hereafter oppose
are to hold a State Convention at
The Best for Academies and Colleges.-
any aud all chronic and constitution-
Nashville on Tuesday, April 28. They wise and good as we might desire, be-
The Best for Public Halls.
i jal cffioc scfekcral” That is the if ’tuost
claim tlii^t they aru perseoutvd.
Of all kinds.
The Best for Orchestra and Slags.
juakiuduat cut Qf all.” Thu person
and cry agaiust lawyers, but those
The committeo iu charge finding
These instruments, which for sweetness of
who wrote that^Beutence is no friend
that cry loudest go quickest to them
and elegance of appointment stand
of the leaders
this movement, hc- that the 1 body and face of Mr. Sum when they get into trouble. Some,
rivalled, have met with iinpreredwteff sue-
.greatly changed, did not
'■ , j .'i
cess in this country and abroad.
cause if thej oppose any and all ner had jgreatly
many of the brightest
’ehrohic officc seekers, they will scarce 1 he coffin on Sunday' tho lath, Im- men in the world have been lawyers.
ly have enough left fur the county
To ministers, lawyers and teachers
for Medicinal purposes
ticket They propose to nominate
wo ewe more thad any othur cfoas
suitable persona as candidates fur the tribute-.
oxoopting possibly inventors. «But I
Judgo Brady has granted tho mo find myself gcnejalizing.
several county offices. This is anoth r
nejalizing^ and foyst
ESTABLISHED IN 184& ,
' 'stab at the le»i»Tefs of the calL. We tion. of Tweed’s counsel to amend the cease writing. My qdvicci unaskçd,
< jarwait further duvelopemints. All the Clerk’s record of Tweed’s sent on oe to is to nominate for County Judge tho^
Nos. 113, 145 JC 14T Bast 22d St.
• , r - T-.
:4)e*ocracy have to do is to stand firm
best lawyer that can bo found whd’i
ResphnsHde parties npjdyirig for agenCie*
to the time-honored, principles of the taken By the stenographers, thus sub will accept it, and then for the. peo-1
in sections still unsnpjilied.. will receive
prompt attention and hbcral'inducements.
party and nominate good men for the stituting the County Jail for the Pen pie to' choose wisely and vote for tho’
Parties residing st a dist.-tnee from our au
thorized agents, may order from our factory
» - ’S « w
Send for illustrated’price list.
The New York Sun of recent date
I hope tp see your paper prosper*.
o Í 5" « i
A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.
says it is interesting to noto how, in I think it one of the very best interi: J
= £ C: = □.
these modern times, old-fashioned re or papers in V-c State.
------ . -a«» -------- ■
The Doiuocjuf y of Nyw Hampshire ligious j>r«»judieM<# are dying out. A
. W bue^
Slade of ........
St. .. Louis
gained a glorious victory at the elec- striking feature of the moding held .....
S* 2 a. 5* e-
ffioti hhld in tkit State last week. at the Cooper Union to hear and con studyiug out the most ham an e Tva$,
Weston, tho L^mocratic candidate sider the report of tlw Bureau o£ P
g “î W2
Povernor».bcAt his competitor sev- Charities, was tho fraternal ming-41 ^he victim should bo taken to tláé
O = j « "■
Jffpl hundreJL votes» but he’djil not re- ling of Catholics, Protestants, Pres
3 2. s* H o
ci- g -’
cieve a majority of all the votes cast byterians and Methodists, Episcopal everything calculated to cause alarmji
O »—• “ ‘. —
as the Prohibit ionist candidate re ians and Unitarians, and men of all should be removed. No animal
o **• 2 ZH
be allowed, to see the death of anotharf
— — 3 *■
£ « z- — r « C S-
:The efoctiou of Governor will take the <#ie common cause of doing good as fright is not only cruel, but it ajw
p^Moe in the Legislature which is to their follow beings. Nyt only did preciably affects the quality of ttìn
si » (4 z " •
'» .&> . i?
..dumocratic by a deei<|vd. majority. they come together aud discuss the flesh for food. Killing may be hi^
This is the. first State election held matter iu hand without quarreling, manely done by a blow on the hcad¿
£ S — -. 2 h « .g g,
this year; and the result indicates but in the informal intercourse that causing inscnsilrility. followed btè
Oemeeraric f’victoriea all along the followed the adjournment there were bleeding; or by cutting through tho
p ~ p ,
Moe” this' year.- Commcticut is the manifestations of a genuine friendli spinal cord and so destroyitig seu^
next State to. hold an election.
ness most gratifying to all who have
faith in the softening and refining ing. The uniform practice with the
" v '
~~'f T '
The office oi President of a Repub- power of Christianity. Thirty years Jewc is to cut tho throat without fl,rsi
rife and President of a bank may be ago such a scene would have been im
[•F/YÎ 1 À
very useful aids, says the Swi, possible in imagination, much more calls it cruel. To kill a horse, blindi-
-------- . •
A FIRST CLASS SALOON, ALWAYS,
fold him and tie him to a post. Th£ D m Clteutt Court of the State of Ore-
to each, other in .moving money into in reality.
supjilied will» the very choicest
! »;’ I t '
on for the county eC Yamhill. ; •,
Í • L
operator, armed with a heavy axe
. tbs bank and from *he bank to the ..
L.1JE Allen’and CL H. Lewis, Plaintiffs,,vi
hammer; should stand to the left al
Presidential pocket. Señor
ward Dirimís. Margaret A; Bnrk wnff
in front, aiming a vigorous blow
iMbtiiw» President of Jmcador, is also
the executive of the bnuk of Euoador
A twenty-mile trotting race has the forehead just between thè pi
JTIIE NAME OF Tine STAW OF
n Hand or Printed to Order
aregon, you «re hereby required to ap-
which institution baj not muqh. spe b.!uu agreed upon, between George above the eyes. Tho horse will t
h & h *’ an<f answer the complaint filed
Treat’s “Mattie Howard” and Arm
4S i r t ft L. SUwfl if
' 1 suit, bv the first day of tlieterm fol-
This saloon is sl-o provided with .a c < mm *
hard money in exchange for its strong’s “John Stewart,” for |l,500 drawn back and his throat cut to t
lg theaxpiimtion of the time prescrib-
a the order of publication herein:
notes, Morena issudd. an edict prohib- a -side, tl*e racer to come off at Oak bono. If a pistol or gun is used,
h term will commence on the second
lay Un April, 1874». aud nre hereby no-
fitiag tho asportation of coin from the land Park botwoen the 1st and 7th of should be aimed exactly at the sj
; MONEY SAVED buying tlié
l.tliat if you fuil so to answer the
■¡ ¡“Home” Sewing Machine, le-’
(State uuder heavy penalties, and
above indicated, and death will be(
tiffs will apply to the court for t he rc-
emunded Tp said complaint, which is
; CO .lB.NES A|.l; I.UPKOV^
got his Cwagrt. ss to give his bank the
sudden that cutting tho throat w
tiet plaintiff’s title to aud to divest de-«
Serrano has assumed supreme dom-
Running merits of other machines.
uits of all title, claim or Interest in
wt fab of negotiating a loan of twenty
be unnecessary. If a still easier
‘ : A CHILD'CAN EUN
• »HOME’ understand it.
wtlHon fKbttes. Unfortunately fbr uiand of the forces operating against is desired, a spongo saturated
e cQiuity of Yamhill inlhe State of
: IT IS-THE BEMT BECADSfc
Morena’s financial genius thro arc no
chloroform may be put into a fb
e W. ’ Ji of t he S. W. X of Sectfen 7, and 11- -
Sewing; the simplest, and not liable to»
¡get out of order.
. ■ ’ <•
^ro^a to move, and no Wall street for
bag and* fastened close under j
R-5, W.; the S, E. 1-4 and the S. E. X pf
iS. W. A of Section 12. Tho N. K. A—
himself or any relative to Speculate of Rhode Island has nominated Gov. horse’s nose. In ten minutdh wi
| N. E. 1-4 of flic X. TV. M, and the N. X
Howard and all the present incum frequent renewal of the cUlorofqfw
'Prices from $«0 to 80-
flioS, E. 1-4 ot Section 15, T. 5,K R. 6, W„
bents of State offices for re-election. on the sponge, the horse will be dt|
Simplest ynfifcer, gunge, quitter, extra-
id Edward pupuis. And for general ro
Ahkoat plate, eli»ittle,-six bobbin»
A GOOD NOMINA TION.
The announcement of the election Chien and cows require harder t
by order of the
npn^ published Vv
twalve needles, etc , free with
OWE£L JOB PRES
Bl F. Bonham. .Judge
Judge of said
of Oiivefr Ames as President of the than horses, and should l bo st rue U W-'
’atirf, dated February 23d, 1874.
N. I> Butlyr, Esq^„ has been Dom- Sin Pacific Railroad was an error, the center of the fore lead, aboutk !an i HVk.
T wm . STRONG A
Attorneys for l‘iff.
We also con thine to sell the faworite»
IfcaWd by the Democracy of Polk
ey Ihllou, of New York, is the inch and a half below t^e base o»|hu
«mmty wr County Judge. Mr. B. is president.
PKlt ES REUUCLD—No. 1,
horns. Calves are usually ble<y to
»pomig man «f liberal edueatioa and
death, as blows on thq head injur&i
Orders for either machine promptly filled
$Hl&PjRT OF tHE STATE •M-forwsrded oh Feeeiptof pi ice.
^lawyer of more than average abili
Grant, is lying at the point of death. brain as an article of ^u(jd. Di’. SU
ty. He will, in all probability be
thinks that a broad ffiaìlet should be
kinds of Sewing Machine Needles for sale,
At Court of the-State of Oregon
Cause, tumor in the stomach.
elected, as his competitor on the “In-
GEI),. W,. TR a VEK, Cen.Agt,
used. He also argues
dependent Ticket” is not a lawyer,, » Disraeli has issued an address to his should be reudored Jinsonribltf byj «««”«». ¡41?«",
Tl»ln<lir v, itonk W.
pe# ’bonsequenoe is not qualified constituents asking once more for blows before their floats are’
J I . ’
To Itafik W. Allen, Defendant:
for the position. This idea of put- their suffrages. He proposes to de and that
OF THE £TATE
*■ — A tp - ‘ Vi
- ’s ibe- •WN TIIE NAME
uro required tr
X Oregon, you
(|hNI * UMML for ward fpr a judicial pf- fend the rights of all.
Joi iinpbliiit n)ed again»! yon, irf
lief, the i . blood vessels xfould be e$pt- aaswër the
entitled suit, on or. before thè ».
who is not varsed in law is veyy
Imperialists from all II
. ied equally
_tUy well .IB
Dft shooting W>g^ .’ ¿the
_ j next regular term of said
first day of * flie
foolish and dangerous.
idiately following six
Of such Printing as
Frauce arc on their way to England
the aim n should be clofie,
close, and justly
publication of tills summons^ which
to attend festivities at Chiselhurst
„_______ J OU and in. front of the eqrj. Chiorq|or
first day will be the I3tli day of Apr
. £apK J-
Aduuia, A. A. Quacter- Monday (161, on the occasion of Prince **
pnôilçtw and, effective,
tpapnwr I’ afidausper
andausper as aboye
,™;. attaining his*
- “»X.be instantly killed by »tri
at Fort Klamath states f |o Louis
tpe pit intiff will apply to thcJCourt for >
quick sharp blow with a »
(fecreei disolving the l>onds of- matnmoniv
who have daims growing out
ored Plate. Published QUARTERLY, »t
The jury in the Challis libel • suit twrei^the^eyesL—
BUSINESS CARDS» FANCY PJAYCARD’ 25 cefits a year. First No. for 1874 just is-
dfittbe MoAoc war against the Qtmr- again StAV oodhull and ClaHin returned
is, and AVI
for costsand disbu
sued. A German editionatm me price.
and far such other relief as to the Couyt
’< Department should sond^ a verdict of not guilty. Judge Suth
Address. JAMES WK. > ■
may seem equitable snd just..
II. * A. M. iriirlev, J
their addruss to the A. A. Q- M. at erland characterized the verdict as
Attorneys for Pl If
Fort Klamath, with instructions as one of the Biosb outragée«* he had.
a daughter.,j jl. ;j¡
Summons published by order of JI
ham, Judgo of fiaid (kmrt,
Notice to Creditors.
io where thtey will have their checks ever heard.
J !'•> •
faly giving the amount-
Senator Hum dot ’ s body has been The
1 Dayton Flouring ‘_ At IB* are
MfA*p«rviring Architect Mullet ad- taken to Boston for interment. The ning sud ara iea<iy t<
j - 1
xv -,,xv i I change for wheat, or t< g e
E HAVE FOR SALE'ONE OF
.«taUatthn Government was swin- proceedings in the benate on the UtK . ofcnpfor
coop 1 toll ur
Celebrated- PARKER BROS. Bi
ui Niiu uecuHHi1« are
___ sequined. Wf.
the most solemn and uupos- trade-
t, the contractors in furnishing wero of
g Shot Guns, at a bargain. /
sent them with proper
vouchees to me,
| » Psraons wishing thay p
ny residence in Dayton. In said county*
the new mint at San Fran- ing character. lhe remains were will plea-e run the »-.»iptT
witl hin six months from the date of tlua
_LL <fc CO., Ferry street; deniers in
urges the Department not taken by the Sorgeant-at-Arms of tho n,il1 in «rder to injureYwt
eneral merchandise.,¿¡The NEW cfjeap
Senate by a special train.
Dayton March 10,. 1871
■ I .
J: ,1.. X,,.
-- ------------- -W
I * *
• ' ■
' .i r
*FJCNE WINES &
í i ■
JOB PRINTING E. P. NiiJIlM k SOI.
• 2 -
. < . ■ -
í i -
■- ' ■ -Jf
* * * •