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FRIDAY, MARCH 27. 1874.
M. E. Church South.
V. W. D. MAIS, I’ASTOH.
Appointments fot Lafayette and Tillamook
Circuit are as follows:
First Hah bath. Happy Valley, at 11 o’clock
a . Mt, McMinnville, G;"¡Or, m .
ReCoiid 8abbath. Tillamook.
■ Tliirti Sabbath, West (’hehalem, It a . m .,
Unity School House, 3 r. M.
Fourth Sabbath, Armstrong’s School
Bouse, 11 a . M., I«if:iyetto,6:30 P. M.,
Dr. J. W. Watts will preach at tlil$ place
the second Sunday in qvery month
|m. and in the evening at early dandle*
PEOPLEF COTOTT CONVENTION.
Pursuant to oull, the delegates to
the Yamhill County Taxpayers Con
vention assembled at the Good Tem
plar Hall in Lafayette, March 2t, to
nomimi^* candidates to till the State
and co jby offices to be voted for at
the June election.
On temporary organization S. R.
Baxter was chosen chairman; J. E.
Committee on credentials—F. Mar
tin, B. F. Lewis and A. J. Pitman.
On niofion the Convention adjourn
ed till 1 o’clock.
General Wolseley has
London. His re0epti|i|al
Station was a perfect ov>t:
Disraeli flatly refused,1’ t(
deputation which' cun|e|to
:or a release of the Fenian
Co. Commissioners........... ... ...
i j i 3
Go to L ike’s Eniigiaat Stoye »nd Tin 8toie
J 13s Erect street, Portland^ atW wee
the »loves manufactured st Mie
20th, Mr. Gouch ent* bit
throats an£ then^his dMi/
• Motti* J.• » W VW «MkJL*
County Judge........ ................ -1
r -,«»- ; •« y «
T;a, black, V
The House of Comment
the bill appropriating «4,1
¡he expenses of the Asmm
¡m thus pledged,
♦ D. C. Stewart’s name was iub-
sti tuted by the Central Committee
for A. B. Henry’s,
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the county of YamhilL,
H. M. Beall, plaintiff, vs. Wm. S. Torrance;
and M. J. Torrance, defendant a
To Wm. 8. Torrance and M. J. Tomnce,
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
hereby t required
j2 to ap-
Oregon, you are
Iiear r ana
wer the complain t tilled
you in the atove entitled, suit tty the sec-
Jay¥f April, A. D. 1874, that being
the first < day oi the _
court, and if yon ftiil so to answer plain
tiff will take a decree against
—5 “ you forecios-
by you to him, No-
vember 17th, 1871, v ipon the tracts of hind
in Yamhill county^ State of Oregon,
__ w__ which
are described a» follows:
. The W. ff of N. W. If of Section 2, towny
R. 6. W. and E. N of N. E. jr-oF»dc-
Ylon orte, T. t, 8. R. 5, W.; alf»o the W. Sof
8. W. A of section 1J, T.2,8. R. 5 W. and the
E. kof 8. E. ¥ of section 12,T.t S,R.5 W.;
containing 320 acres, for t1»e purpose pf se
curing the payment of $500 ou tn L’. 8; gold
coin and interest, and directing the sale of
said binds as upon execution and that the
proceeds be applied to rt»y plaintiff the
sum of $525 in United Starts gold coin and
intereat on $508 of said sum since Novem
ber 17th 1872, .at one per cent a
month and costs and uisbursments,
and will take a Judgment aguinst you for
said stun of mcney and costs and alstturs-
An order directing publication of this
summons was made by the above entitled
court October£71h. WJL/'
_ E. 1). SHATTUCK, A R. KILLIN,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Lafayette Feb. 1W4,- :
mo 50-6 w
on the fou
dn the eannty oMotepMa.
Fecon; Distirct—Douglas third Motoday
in Oct tol«r, and seconed Monday jp. -May;
Coos, fourth Monday in May, and Second
Mon Jd»y in Hepteniher; Carry, fait MteMty
in i Ji
June ; Lane, third Monday in April, ana
nd first Monday in November * BentM.&b-
nd Monday in April, and third Monday in
Third District-Linn, fourth Monday la
March, end second Monday ta OcWber:
■Marion, second Monday in March Ju«
November t Polk, second Monday mwtfv.
and fourth Monday ia November; k'Mnhdl,
second Monday in April, and fourth MoaiAKy
ii October; Tillamook, second MewtacM*
Fourth District—Clackamas, fonrthMoo-
day in April and September; Multomah,
second Monday in February, June aafiofa-
tober; Columbia, second Monday in Aprfl:
Clatoop, second Monday in AagaMpfad
fourth Tuesday in January; Washington,
fourth Monday ift May, and first MtfadtfjTn
Vjrntll«« TrTSt Monday In JTlIte, SH u tiilrv Bfvtl*
day in Seutember: Baker, third Monday to
May and first Monday in October; union,
first Monday in May/ and third
last « Monday
and fourth a Monday
ARKER A CO. ire now prepared to
offer to the Farmers and Consumer*
of Oregon, the largest and best selected
stock of General Merchandise ever offered
in Tamhfll county, consisting of
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS
DOOTS AND SHOES.
al ' .
I 1IATS AND CArS,
GLASSWARE AND QUDENSWARE,
H ardware and cutlery .
TxN WARE ETC.
All of which have been selected from the
Importers and Dealers of San Francisco,
and will be oflered low for cash or country
SEND STAMI* FOU tjUCUUR
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LL j I*.’.. U
Am Mn Met everything
_ that to Vb Be found
in a flrst-clasrvariety
1 would respect tfully solicit a share of the
. J, K» MAJORS.
W. ». Willis. Regfeter.?JÉMMrg
B. H ernie a, Receiver.....................
Owen Wade,Register..........Oregap City
Henry Warren, Receives...... , A,
J. H. Stephens, R egis t e r,.......... La Grande
D. Chaplm, Receiver..........
Candies, sardines, Oysters,
i'a'/ ? 1*" Cf r C*"
j j * r
U. 8. District Judge
U. 8. Marshal., ...
Clerk tj.' 8. Court.’:'.,
Sup’t Ind Afiklrs...
U. 8,. Assessor^.
U. S. Collector.....
T HARKER 4 CO
Dvyton, Ocaober I, ldt.
IBM K. àelley
U. 8. Senator
J. R. MAJORS
• • • I
V,-' VS Val "lÿ • 44 / V. » . • ÿ • < • • • a S • V 4
They cm be had at no ether place, as
Liverpool Wheat, by mail advices
• The Massachusetts
Convention called to order by S. R.
from^San Francisco, 12s ¿idalfite 7d
istative caucus, has i|om
for average California, and 12s 9d<i Baxter. /
United States Bppreiyu- Cx
Tlie committee on credentials re
13s for club.
B. R. Curtis for United St
dried. B— • •
Gold in New York to-day, 113 7-R.
ported the following persons entitled
y I •
Portland Legal Tender rates, 8j guying;
The Senate’haH coi^fiynu
Beans, . 1b lb.•,. • .
Gold bars are quotable at 725(^750 fine.
John E Hubbard, ination of Thomas B.. A|an#
Exchange on San Francisco, <3-4 of 1
Commissioner at Vienria, a
H F Bedwell,
D O Durham,
per cent premium.
of, iresti . , _ Tfc>... •• • • ••••• 12i?).
T B Hutt,
Nagasaki (Japjm); ifilio,,
Liverpool Wheat, 12s5d@l2s7d club,
A K Olds,
N H Olds,
Smoked .. .«••••••••...
T J Shadden,
A J Pitman,
Pork, fresh, lb lb..... ^........ . ..
The innate »Com^iitee
.♦..••••• .j.... •
Lafayette Lodge No. M9, L O. O. F. J M Martin,
G K Duval,
Meets at l^fayette, every Saturday even- R R Laughlin,
Lands to-day bgree< Iq 1
Bacon, hams if !b..3.J.-....
ing at 7 o'clock.
MitchelPs bill- crcaiirfg a
S R Baxter,
sugar cnreil.. e...
of the order ingbod storidingare L Hembree,
. J.. .......'.......... |
invited to attend
district tn Oregon, ’hi lie
By order of
Dalles Districts with;office
A J Smith,
W L Smith,
Chickens, dressed, each
SAMVEL, is onr duly author
K B Mercer,
B F Lewis,
, i perdopen.....
i*e<l Ageat at Portland, Oregon.
G W Perkins,
In the Tie^hoot jpisWi
/.J> j \VA \
I. N. Hibbs,
A. J. Nelson,
100,000 starving pq||>|e^
Butter, fresh rolls,
B. F. Hartman, S. Cozine.
pdeked, ....... • • •.
for relief during th<j:pji'ftj
G. O. Dorsey,
Isthmus ........ . . ..
The following persons were aj>
Baron Schwartz hffcs bcei
Eggs, $4. dozen.....'...............
pointed by the chair on Order of Bus Austrian Minister Ob' ¥as
iness: B. F. Lewis, A. J. Pitman,
Judge i|ew 3 Dei^ >rult
\ WOOL, HIDES, KTC
G. R. Duval.
Grant, di^l at hisjrc ddei
Wool,.f? Ib......................... ..
Ou resolutions: A. Ried, A. K. morning
Hides, dry, each........................
green, salted,« each....
Olds, W. L. Smith.
Deer Skins, dressed,
Committee on Order of Business
Sheep skins, wool oh, each....
reported the following;
Linseed Oil,/boiled, gallon..
1. JJpminationJJof State Senator.
Lijrd oil $4 gallon---------- ...:
1 County Judge.
Qnal oil > i i rt ' s .. i t. a t j
1 County Clerk.
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2 Co. Comnris’in8.
ä | March 23d
1 School Superin.
l’-j» oom maud
ij ton, struck
11. ’ “
li jd' 11 bucks,
12 The appointment of a County
On motion tho report was adopted.
The Committee on Resolution re
ported those adopted by the Polk
'wir, .82; Ad-
’ thêCir- space to give the resolutions.]
i|s, 5. San-
The chair appointed as tellers G.
Andrew J Wiuters, Alf» cd Percy, R. Duval and W. L. Smith.
l|obt R L'iaghlin, F rod er ct A Craw
Nominations for the several offices
ford. J D Fcutoa. Joel Palmar, L ivi beiug in order the Convention then
lhirdcu, G o M Putty, Geo W Olds,
John Brisbiu«*, Alburtis C lUvis, Wm proceeded to ballot for candidates,
If Hari ison, Chas B Soventi, Robert and the following named persons
Booth, John M Pittman, K W Phil
Senator, A. K. Olds; Representatives,
lips, J L Ferguson, C A Wallace, J
J Haines, Granville Baker, John W A. Ried, A. J. Pittman and W. L.
Smith; County Judge, A. B. Henry;*
Cook, Albert Odell,. E Cooper, B E Clerk, J. E. ^fubbard; Sheriff, L. H.
i^tewurt, John Conley, Wm Galloway,
Baker; Treasurer, F. Martiu; Asses
Frank Martin, S R Baxter, John
sor, C. A, Wallace; Commissioners, G.
lÀughlin, John W Bridwcll, Gran-
O. Dorsey and H. F. Bedwell; School
Superintendent, J. B. Stillwell; Sur
C hange of T ime .—On and after veyor, I. N. Hibbs; Coroner, Dr. S.
Monday next the passenger trains on
On motion, the Chair appointed the
O' . 1 /
the Oregon Cintrai Railroad will
following County* Central Committee:
1-jttvc St Joseph at 6 A. if, arriving
is Idra wing crowded
at Portland at 10 A. M.; and return B. F. Lewis, D. C. Stewart and A. C. houses at
■fi fornii Theater.
ing, will leave Portland at 3 P. M., Martin.
The following persons were elected
arriving at St. Joseph at 7 P. M.
This will enable our friends to visit delegates to attend the State Conven from the
the metropolis, transact their busi tion, to be.held at Salem, April 15,
ness, and return homo th e same day, 18.74: R. R. Laughlin, A. Ried, A. J.
Pittman, D. O. Durham, F. Martin,
a fact that by them will
D. C. Stewart offered the following
R etubned .—We are pleased to see resolution which was adopted:
on our streets the smiling phiz of 'our
Ilaoirtd, TJiat wqare in favot of our
young friend Mr. Eugeqe Holdredge. county officers recieving as pay for
During the past winter he has been their services a stated salary, nbt to
at Scio ana from appearances the exceed the following sums, respec
good people of that place used him tively: Clerk, $1,500; sheriff, $1,500;
well. -We understand he will set up treasurer, $400; judge, $400; assessor,
his picture tent at this place during $300; surveyor, , $400; commissioners,
court week so all ye that want your each, $100; i school superintendent,
phiz taken can govern yourselvos ac $300. That wo deem 4ho number of
terms of the county court held in each
year for this county, under the pres-
ent existing law, to exceed the re
E ntertainment .—
quirements of the business of the
tion of several of air
county, incurring unnecessary ex
and gentlemen to give
pense to the same, and we believe that
six terms instead of twelve would
tertainment at Good T(
better subserve the interests of the
this place, about the m
county. That our members for the
State Legislature, if elected, are held
Kto use their best endeavors to
W8 enacted at the next session
of the same, as near as possible in ac
cordance with the recommendations
of this resolution.
That all persons receiving nomina
tions at the hands of this convention,
will accept such nomination with the
full understanding that, if elected,
they will be satisfied with the pay
Frank Hill of Dayton
our office on Tuesday,
littlo under the weather.
« a » • »
ILL BEAT LAFAYETTE ON THE
First Monday of each Mouth and
Remain during- Court Week.