Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, April 03, 1874, Image 2

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    ÇIM TIFICA TION YOU OFFICE.
■'F
IE
MISCELLANEOUS.
MISCELLANEOUS.
thé sum of $47,000 hp,s as yet been
LAFAYETTE COURIER.
drawn from the Treasury of the $100,-
.
I.
^r. • -F"' jf
oVthl
* ' ■*
r that purjpdse.
appropriated
wi do not dfctn
b From tho
FRIDAY, APBIL 8d, ist
covers
brick find wood
E ‘SILVER TONGUE’
DU LITTLEFIELD’S
ilia qualifi
c the folio
rníng I
far
It
has. progressed.;
<
—!
«¿jority i
ch dqjiver
or Gro]
usand :<|ollars inore 1 of
t men wfi
ion
hold
thus far been fix-
Oro. Fini
demi
Democratic StateTicket.
ity
xJÁ
cessarpviron
work'
own
tig Oil]
owded on
_
ft]
all,
c
sumFof
$52,000.
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i
- —
occasion of ine
tne speccii
speech ueiiverea
elivefed
y .
’
affair: and to help themselves along uvviwiunoi
Governor
Grover.
This
was
the
oix
’
tt
’
-
’
.
T
toward
completion
the
opoi)*
; /ODD TELIA)WS BUILDING.
For Governor, •
■ ip the world, will most likely be the
The best OUGAXS of the
ing gun of the present political cani- b’ ding had progressed, all were
L. V. GHOVEB,
!
onea
who
are
best
able
tomaimgc
th»
—
sant
half
one* vho are best able tv manage the ’paiA. and the event wafdfik * qaltfrl WT . * 4 iliwly
U >y one aud a .half
B A
Heed
avjB
been
laid.
Thà ^LAFAYETTE, OÇIN,
iffafr.
of
others
and
assist
them
along
ffitMW
f
by
-the
De.nociaey
¿fth
H&'|
■»«>«'
“
W<*
*»
u
Of iiarlon County,
akcr was of jho opinion that by
to prdsp-ritr. All things bring oqnnl 4uaug of tetlwaa,
IN THE WORLD.
Representative in Congress,
time the original appropriation
zing
of
sky-rockets,
»nd
the
cfosp
of^ee# of profit shonld b*' givorf -to
G. A. LA DOW,
find clanging of brass instrument^, wès exhausted, fill the masonry work
persons who arc known to bo perma­ At the hour appointed the speaker’ w(juld be completed. If then, sub­
of Uniat Illa county.
.f 11.
f ■ ■ 1
nent residents of the county, and who made his appearance on the itag&, sequent Legislatures should d^ern the
w|xk
extravagant,
and
iu
advance
of
For Secretary of State,
have Ian interest in seeing it pros|x»-, and was greeted with thundcruu^ ap­
Piiintsf Oils, rerfumes,
ini
mediate
want
s
of
tho
State,
the
S. F. CHADWICK,
rather than to those having no pot­ plause. After the cusdoiuary:fotma.1 building could be covered and the
inti 'tKoducticu, Mr, Gr^vpr proceeded
man nt residence among us ■
of Douglas county.' *
in a speech g)f w®ls could stand until another ap- Fa«cy Toilet Articles
TO I address the audience
■
about one hour in length. At
A b n niig^t Srijpriation waè made.- But tho
For state Treasurer,
1IÌÌ¥LE^TÌ!HÈIL.
reasonably have been expected, tie gate needed such a building, and he Musical
4v Í -.
' ' I
A. H. BROWN.
---
j —ix dwelt with great cmpl
ftft asBuYed that tho worx would
l: -7^'
: ‘
I
speaker
inward
to
an
early
completion,
And a full Stock of
i
«■
•isdom
/kt the Republican primary held in and at mueli length upon tho wis<
of Huker county.
tgc
bricks
are
being
b
burned
by
the
;
East Clxcluilein precinct a few days and prudenoe, good judgment, statai cpiivicts, which will be
For State Printer,
. j a ■ great sav- : Patent Medicines.
manship and economy manifested
manifps *n
I
a
resolution
was
passed
to
tbo
ilig
to
the'
State.
MART. V. DROWN,
every department of the Stato admifi
(I TMlt *
IlTho speaker next spuko of taxa­
effect that the delegation from that istratipn during thè
yeav
lè past four* yeiifes.
of Linn vouAty.
Hi any complained was Toba eco and Ci^ai’S
between tion, which <pany
f 1 J ‘
proc inçt should support no person for .comparisons wero instituted
9
Wv
very
burdensoine.
burdensome.
He was unwill
unwill- ­
Fur state Sup’l of Public Instruction^
«. .© s :, * : »
. i _ , .
dole gate to thë State Convention who preceeding adminis
The Best for Churches and Lodge».-
I
.
ing to have this question of taxation I STA.TIO3NTJEI^Y
J own to show that during the sp
’
¿
-
E. J. DAWNE,
wou d not pledge himself to work for cr’s term of office the State had rie
The Best for Sunday Schools.
addled on the present administra­
C0NFEOTIONERY,
tion. For nearly twelve years taxes
the passage of a resolution rescinding been governed with »uch credit a
The Best for Parlor and Vestries. •, ,
of Marion county.
*
Sfid
been
four
nullsW
the
dollar,
and
*rór P redeeming Attorney, 1st, JndUl Dis., the notorious endorsing resolution economy.
The Rest for Academies and Colleges.
ia HT
»
CANNED
FRUJTS
¿nee he came iuto office taxation had
Two-thirds
of
the
time
consuns
'
F
’ 1 .
'. e
• I
The Best for Public Ilalls.
pa? >ed by the Albany Conyention
not been increased.
II. K. HANNA,
by the speech was devoted to desi
O£
all
kinds.
r
Fall.
last
The Rest for Orchestra^and stage.
ing tho condition of the State peni­ v The speaker next alluded to the ex­
of Jackson county.
I;
orcise
of
the
veto
power.
Ho
had
ve
­
his is the first anti-Hipple gun tentiary during the administratibn <Jf
These instruments, which for sweetness of
ALSO—
toed
the
^300,000
subsidy
bill,
be-1
tone
pnd elegance of appointment stand un­
Judge ofSecond Judicial District.
fireil I by Republicans this Spring. Gov. Woods. At the time the speaker
rivalled . hnvc met with unprecedented suc­
fcause
it
conflicted
with
the-State
Con
­
ThAl State Convention wont “rescind” entered upon the duties? of his office,
L. F. MOSHBR,
cess in this Country and abroad.
the building erected
uà ana
and usea
used ¡as
.as a stitution. Ile ha A signed the bill in­
L’th a cent. *
wort
of Dpuglas county. 4
i
Penitentiary was found to be
defi­ creasing the salfiries of Clerks and
beidhfl-
' MANUFACTURED BY
I
9
flheriffs
because
it
conflicted
with
nq
cient
in
every
respect.
Tho
strict
­
ritet-
For Prosecuting Attorney,
For Medicinal purposes.
-WITHOUT PRECEDENT.
Z, T ti
ure was illy constructed, poptly vten- Spring law, and was created by the
I
T no3H:tf
C. W. FIT< H,
——
filiated ana
and wholly inadequate ^o hn- Legislature-Mhe acknowledged law­
tillated
i
. The California Legislature seems swer the demands o| the inmates. In making power of the State. That
of Laue county.
ài *L I
a few years, for the ■ want of yrd&e |bòdy, in the passage of the bill, was
ESTABLISHEDIN 184«.
I
For Prosecuting Att’y 31 Jndicial District^ to have acted ratlwf strangely when
pposed to rufiect the popular will
drainage,
the
whole
floor
was
si
it passed a bill to remove the “disa­ ten that it could easily be H
the people,1 aud as no public re­
JOHN J. WHITNEY,
Nmu 113, 1*3 d> 1*7 Ca.1 33d S<. >. T.
<
’
,
;i nt ItrM i-Kr
monstrance against its becoming ft
bilities” of JlenQ’ Meggs. The San through with the foot. Man
”.
.
j
~ '
.
ot Linn county,
daw was ever made to him, he could
Fi lancisco Clfroiucit of March‘26, says: wooden partitions dividing
Responsible phrties applying for agencies'
For |»i roscvutin*5 Attorney, Fourth Judi-
withhold
official
and
in sections still unsupplied. will receive
The bill euphemistically spoken of wero in a similar condition; t<Sb $not
tlx
; the
11 his ground
x sanction
District, nomination not yet made.
1>rompt attention and Ii1»cral hidncrnienta.
signature
oh
of
mere
dif
­
stools grew in the oorners of
’arties residing at a distance from «mr au­
ns i an Act to remove “the disabilities” the
cells, and a the
A,hc atmosphere
atmosphère r reeked ference of opinion. He had declined
<9ur ^.‘mecqting Att'y, .»th Judi'l District,
thorized agents, may order from our factory
oil j Henry Moggs, which )»s3ed tho with foul impurities,
to approve the “Odious Police Act,”
•unties, destrfirih
destrtirii
Send fur ilk.rtrateil price list,
' W. B. LANWELL,
^because
he had received a petition to
mate on Saturday by a vote of .29 the health and well-beiug of tho
withhold his approval of the same by
of
Grant cuuiUy.
■
te i 5, may be justly characterized us a victs. The insecure character of Rhe a majority of the tax-payers of Port­
building rendered it necessary to toad
frblB
bi ill without a precedent. It is spe­ the prisoners down with chains $nd land. ■
COUNTY
CONVEN.
. democratic
in the most monstrous shackles, and to manacle them;. - »B In conclusion, the speaker pledges
TION.
7 ei¡ r nt legislation
o
Id irm; special legislation for the ben- that they could wit .work to an$4jid himself, if re-elected, to observe the
•
Ttie Democracy of Yamhill County wilj
same measure of economy in the Ad­
efl it of an individual liable to criminal vantage. With but few exoep
ibeet in Uouaty Cosyeu^on st the Court
he found the convicts weak’, empc&at- • ministration of the State Government
the
in-
osecutiou
—
or,
supposed,
by
» ' He use ja JLafijett«. <»* Monday the 27th
cd, sick, and being dragged down to; which had characterized hi? pastnof-
igatien of tho bill, to be so liable; an early grave, from the loads of on. cial.acts.
day,of April,
lb o’clock A. M. of
J .
1
T -
,
■
aai<i<lay for the purpose of nominating a
ial legislation to exqnpt a rich they were forced to carry 4“
'Miff ôuntv Th'ket to be voted for nt the en-
I
Yamhill
County
Centrivi
Grange
From
those
causes
tliey
were
di
d infiuential man from the opera­
discouraged, and could not, , is r •tuet here on Thursday.
wihtg Jr nr election and to transact such
tion of tho laws to which the rest of ed,
with
any heart. #omc of these
.ether biuuuessas may properly come before
| School begins on Monday next uu-
file
community
is
subject.
The
prin-
victs were suffering from ail
sai<l Conventimi; f
Aho management of Prof, RovaU
ple involved in this bill is danger­ contracted from
Q t&eir wretched
wretched: «jode
The rariors Precincts will i>e entitled to
A good week for drunks. Is tlie
_ . be cr^eUhmi
theifollowing nuiulier of d «leg.it is iu said ous, pernicious and demoralizing. It of living; and it f’ould
j
n
|crusadc'doing
this?
loAge^
Convention, tow it;
rhakes an unjust and scaudalous dis- inhuman to confifte them Ion
that manner. Four prison« terin were I { Dr.
I
8 ! Payt”ii................
|j»fi*yeltc...
Ur. H.
±1. R.
Ji. Utltloneisi
Littlefield has gone jbo-
. bo-
iuction
between
crimes
committed
t
of Executive plffinBicy do
g w to buy a supply of Drugs, Medi­
made < objects
’
I
S I Amity.
Willamette,.
7 I North Fork.....
7 by obscure or friendless men and for this
Shdriduii...,
is reason soon after the hpa£ker cines, ^Groceries, etc. Give him a call-
6
..
4
-
1
W«
st
Che
bale
is,
4M
inn
ville
became
Governor. Corporal pupish-
?»
¡rimes
committed
by
persons
*sur-
Citclhtleni „. 3(
Mr. J. L. Ferguson, of the firm of
mout,
which
had beqn .one'of; th(j
ounded by tho prestige of enormous
lie prerinct prilhary ranventiot.s v iH be
Ferguson
& Bird, wont to Portland
methods employed by the guards to
•b*kl at the usr.al places of voting in said
reajtli aud splendid success. The enforce authority, and as a -peiAlty phis week to buy a sto<?k of i 1 Sriring
Spring
prtcin«‘ts an I rid.iy tlie jlith day of April
>ps,hvaslg^°d3'
Bursons
in
want
of
tl
the fittest
Ifitcst
•ill interferes with the gem ral and for infraction of the regulations,
The q MONEY fUVED buying ^th»
at Î o’clock P. M. of s;rM day to elect
abolished
very
spon
after
the
presentof
goods
should
cill
and
so
see
¡“Home” Sewing Machine, re­
iisual course of tho law for the pur- abolished very spon after the *
Light
■ceatlv patented.
<
the delegates to the County Convention and
Administration came into pother,? at|dpherii.
+
I
Hrv:
Summons.
pose
of
saving
an
individual
from
its
:
(
OMBINE^
ALL
IMPROVE*
.
I
■
to nominate preci >ct oflie?rs.
has not been allowed since. . Thr^e
of other niachines. B If
Kelty & Simpson have a choice Se­ in the Hreuft Court of the State of Ore- i Rnnitiiig-incnts
By order of the Çoûnty Central Commit- operation. It says to Grand Juries, successive Grand Juries hap r®- ? ’
s
:
A
CHILD
CAN RUN IND
lection Of drugs, medicine«, perfum­ • gon for the county of Yamhill.
• «HOME’’ understand it.
.1. T. HEMBREE, Chairman. .■ “You sliall not find an indictment demned the old ^Penitentiary a
IT. Allen and C. IT. Lewis, Plaintiffs, vs.
ery, stationery, and jn fact almost
: IT 1» THE BE>T BEt’Al SE
Alarch. 27, 1*74»
ode^of human
against Mr. Meggs, upon the same unfit for the abode,
Edward Dupuis, Margaret A. Burk and Sewing the simplest, and not li»l«le to
anything
you
can
call
for.
J. II. Burk, defendants:
i
,et out of order.
t , . f
state of facts upon which it is your and wholly un tenable. Amon,
NOTES AND NEWS.
five difetti.
t
To the defendant, Edward Dupuis;
first acts of the present Admiliistru
Arrangements have been wade
Machine.: Furnished in'
in'.''five
dilTeffri.t
dutv to find indictments against com- tion was to recommend ;to tfie *
•stjles.
;
N
THE
NAME
OF
TTTE
STATE
OF
.with‘the' O.- & C. R. R., whereby
you are hereby required to aj>- Latent, • 1 ¡ ices from SiXi to 80.
The Independent» passed a resolu­ mon offenders.” It places one citi- islature in the strotigiAtf totmt
members of the I, O. O. F. who ab- peur Oregon,
:utd answer tlie comiilaiiit fllpd
lleinmer and feller, braider,
tion against supporting any incom­ zon alx>ve the laws made foi* the gen­ construction of a. new Pejiitentmrj’., teud the forth poiuing celebration at against youth saidfohrt in the a’tovd en­ Simplest niftier: gai ge. «milter, extra
titled suit, by the first day of the term fol­
throat plate, shuttle, six bobbin,*
petent person for office and then eral, body of citizcus, and, worst of The speaker stated fhat ’tbfe fifstlPuu? Albany on the 21th ujt. may dt» so at lowing
tliecxpirul ion of the time prescrili-
RIMI
twelve needles, etc free wffl»
itentiary built in the State (ii| the half fare.
ed
iu
the
order
Of
-.publication
herein:
. nominated a man for State Senator all, it does this in a spirit of servile southern portion of Portland/ an^
each iiwkiue.
. . ?
whfcii term will cmnmeuce -on the second
Best. '' "Guarantee Perpetoal. ’ ' ' *
Momlnv
in
Apnii,
1«74,
and
are
hereby
no-
and
ignoble
homage
to
mere
success.
who told them he was not qualified.
occupied for years'as* a foundry
f
’ by
tiffed that if you fail so to answer the
We a"&o ibonthu e to sell the favorite
NEW
ADA
’
ERTISEMENI|S.
the
Oregon
Iron
Works),
b<
‘
osc
the
We
do
not
believe
that
any
such
bill
plaintiffswill anplv to the court for thb-re- f “HOME KHUTI LE.’’
»
1H The ticket nominated by the Indr-
"1
lief dennanded m said complaint, which is
Territorial Government abon
T‘ ■ "
h; * — — —
Flip. ER ItEIHYED—No. 1, i2»:Ko.C
as
this
was
cVet
before
passed
in
the
to
quiet
plaintiff's
tit
Ie
to
and
to
divest
de
­
• j|mdents is almost entirely Republi-
000. This money was,$ of courso,
fendant* ol all tit k. claim or interest in 440; No. 3 (MaIf Case). $4*'.
I ’ can. It may do for Radicals to vote United States. It i# quite etriivin that paid by the General Go:'
Orders for cither luachine promptly filled
and
to the following real property situate
^rnuieufe
CHANGE OF
»nd
forwarded on receipt of pike.-
Jj
¿ni
in
the
county
of
Yamhill
in
the
Statu
of
English
legislation
never
incurred
a
The wooden building coiiSti ruototl by
for; but very few Democrats will be
Oregon,
namely:
ACTIVE
aoknts
W
axtfd
.
till
an»}
»II
—0S TOE —
I
The
W.
of
the
S.
IV.
of
SectitRi
7,
and
kinds
of
Ke
wing
Machine
Needles
for
sale,
’*
yj
blind enough .to be led info voting for similar disgrace, The first section Governor Woods cost tho State
. ■ u. Hi ;■• 11
tlicW. of the N. W. If of Se.-tlbu Win T.
iej&iar¿'
000. The new brick
•CEO,
W,
TRAVER,
Geu.Agt.
authorizes
any
Court
to
dismiss
any
5, 8. It », W.; the S, E. 1-4 and the H. K. M of
ainy such a put-up arrangement.
S, W, Cor, Morrison A Third st».
f
which would endure for
the S. W. if of Section 12. The N. E. A —
Portland, Oregon?
Pittman, Smith aud Wallace were indictiuent which may have been more to come, that offe
The N. E. 1-4 of the N. W. 1-4, and the N. %
s:iio
10
i»4
of
t
he
S.
E.
1-4
ot
Sect
ion
13,
T.
5,
S.
K.
(>,
W.,
put on the ticket as a Sort of *‘sugar- found, or hereafter may be found comfortable home to all
To take effect on- and.nfter I
also known as the donation land claim of
>
of^ whicii
said Edward Dupuis. Add for general re­
•¡Joftt.”
wimcfi any
against Mr. Meggs for offences com­ and was an insfutition ox
lief.
rotfcii cost tlte MONDAY. MAUCH $Oth This summons published by order pf the
State sliQuld feel proi
HUB DRESSIHB -SHIOOI^
Wearo informcil that Senator J. mitted previous to January 1, 1855. State Government
sMnWllM
..... .....................
Q4feii T
|
■ Honorable B. F. Boirlumi. Judge of said B
the
st
The
st'cond
section
prescribes
that
“
it
Court, dated February 23d, 1874.
«
Cl Cowles has tendered Ids resigna-
(MM), r j Fifty-eight thousand dollani’
WM. STRONG A FRED R. STRONG,
shall
not
be
lawful
”
for
any
Grand
worth of labor was perfo
by the
►n to the Govcrnor and that it liad
i
Attorneys for Plff.
ED.
PERKIHSyi
Giring passengers five hours In? Port­
■»
fe27-wt»
<
oui-
I
Jury
to
make
a
presentment
against
convicts,
thus
causing
a
lend to transact their business, and return
been accepted. Will some one arise,
lay of only $101,000.
r. Pqniteu- home the*same day.
Il aving bought
" the shop
iind explain why i3 this? Did he Meiggs for offences committed %prior tiary, the speaker claim
was
now
/
owned
4>y
J. It. Majors, wish*
Sveary of Senatorial honors and by to the date above mentioned. We equal tp any reform
4M to irttynn the public that he
Summons,
y
now prepared to do any and sb
^resigning hope to'get a ujorc Jucra- have no feeling against Mr. Meiggs land. Punishments, of
kinds of work in his line in theAff-
STATIONS.
%
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon B
est
style,
Itive office at the hands of the Repub­ personally, but we regard it our duty human nature were enti
for Yamhill county.
ed; the prisoner», ware
as
journalists
to
protest
against
the
lican paftyr
Clemintine Allen, Plaintiff vs Hank
...i» 44
Shaving,....
- principle involved in this disgraceful clothed, and treated life
Allen, Defendant:
E
beasts; they were o---- T
I
Rt p:iblicans of this bounty
To Hank W. Allen, Defendant:
and unprecedented bill.
Shampooing
freifoectful,
and
fis
could
De
m
...25 cesta
[don’tappear to be very harmonious.
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
under the circumstandb. • M
Oregon, you are required to appear,and
JfcOOpm,
Portland
Many of them have “cut themselves
if *
In Qur issue of tku 20th iust., ap­ of all denominations jvi^i
Hair cutting............. ............. 25 c«nU
answer
the complaint tiled against you, in R
3:17
Fourth St. Skli’g
' i loose
_ JLf» ” £ from
_ _ it_
__
rJL
tn
the
above
entitled
suit,
on
or
before
the
the party and joined the peared a communication from West prisoners, and religious’ sei
first dav of the next regular tonu of said
3:38
42
Summit
Court, immediately following six weeks
Independents and as the Independent Chehalem concerning the Ctranty i held every Sunday. Thar«
Beaverton
4;ai
38
enbiicutiou of this summons, which said
4:28
32
Recdville
brary
of
700
volumes,
to
rst day will tee the 13th day of April, ls74.
ticket is substantially Republican- Judgeship, , at which some of our
hve thoroughly over -
4:’>0
Newton
havdj free
freo ^ftcbqps.
¿act
the prisoners oan havdf
*And
you will take notice that if. you^fail
5:(»7
’
Cornelius
hauled and repaired i
I they will probably vote it. On the friends
lends the
thought we were trying to All the improvement«,
to appear ami answer as above required,
improvements, ! * the peaker
re­
20
5:28
Dilley’s
ROOM, those in need of a
the
plaintiff
kill
M>pir
tothefcdjnrt
for
a
.. Gast on -
I«
the 5:45
I other hand, the Democratic party is Lias parties from supporting anyone claimed, should be attributed
decree disolving the bonus of matrimony
North Yamhill
&20
8
now existing between ypu and plaintiff,
not disaffected, but is harmonious. except a lawyer for the office of Coun­ present Administratioi »
0:40
Carlton
5
and
for the care and ciwtixly of t he' tnhior
ftt. Joseph.
O.<
The few Democrats who signed the ty Judge.
Governor r Grover next spoka of th ie 7pm ar
ch weaiKsuro our friends
child,Lois, and for costsand disbursments
Can be accommodated reaSo
run daily.
and for such other relief as to the Court
“call” to get office will probably vote is not the case. . The Democratic par­ now State Capitol, and urged tho* nc .0- ’»• gáTTrains
0
J. BRANDT/ Jr. may seem equitable and.just, r {
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II. AfA. M. ITuriev,
1 thé ticket; but those’who went into ty should bring out the vory best men cesity of every State fl
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f
A CARD.
i
Attorneys for Plff.
buildings adequate to> tee# Hi
This Summons published by order of B.
the movement in good faith, expect­ for any pud all the offices without re­ lie wants, . He did nèh're
Lafayette, :.
F Bonham, Judge of said ‘Courfi dated p
To
tite
V
oters
of
,
Y
amhill
Covwri';
.on of
the _ Stale Capito
ing that a good ticket would be pre­ gard to their vocations, and by doing construction
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March 2nd, 1874.
T
:
Having been' nominated for County
niarf»-w6
sented, will abandon the concern. so nothing is more certain than a glo­ p piece of public ex_ .r
Judge by the Ihdeiwndent Convention
nelO tf
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the
contrary,
ho
-thought;
it
J
without my knowledge for consent, or
: NOTICE TO FARMEKS.
+
r There is nothing in the movement in rious victory at the June election for
without previous consultation with me, I
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much-needed work.
hereby
decline
the
nomination,
white
sin
­
this county that is not disgusting to the entire ticket.
•
\ aDUroDiiated bv the
ura < cerely sympfttlibtlng with nil eftodts at The Pay too Flouring Mi'«.» aré now rub­
>B* ALFRED KIXN’BSL . , |
ning and are ready to buy wheat- or ex­
BEAL reform«-,
: A> B. IfENjt Y.
I Democrats. Let the Oregonian ele-
1872,
with
^fihich
to
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S
^his
T emper amce X ectu be —Cinrucn.
change for wheat, or to g^ind for toll, or to
Lafayettb, March 23, 1874,
Surgeon.
great work.j It had Ifce
' ment of the Republicans support their
chop for
f toll or any other way to »nit the
1
To-morrow evening (Saturday) Dr. frequently, by the enemiedif of ¡the
trade. ' 5 i ’ A -t T i
No. 7, D ekl m W B ciuiino ,
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ticket and the Democrats tlx’irs.
whejit
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J. W. Watts will deliver a lecture at presentadministratian^that tju J lew
their
'1 Persona . washing
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.. own
. wn whe^t
_ ground R oom
N.
W.
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First
and
HoVak.
w ill please run the" same through
through ’» fanning
1^0
See ad of change of timt on the O. Amity, by invitation, on temperance. building would
PORTLAND.OREGON.
4
— in order
‘ to ■ insure extra
Ai.wfood ffonr.J
flour.
W>AINTING i. House, carriage and agon mill
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Such,
the
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painting and
.
sign writing done o or­
C. tt. R. and govern
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In Office at Night.
extravagant
most
he
will
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the
same
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J
w.
Carey.
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10,
1874.
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