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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1874)
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Work oiTtlic State Capitol lias
These soem to be times of bogus re
FRIDAY, APRIL. 10, 1874. form. Politicians who have been been resinned.
shelved fot a decade now come to the
The rivers in Eastern Oregon
surface, and, with tho voice of a Sten
Dfimftrra tie Staffi Tickfit. i tor, vociferate reform! Men who have are rising rapidly.
Rumor says a newspaper will
hud their ftrnis into the public treas
uries up to their elbows, but who havo soon be horn at Oakland.
in consequence of official delinquen
U F. GROVER,
Baker county will soon rejoice
cies - or incompetency, been thrust
in the organization of a number of
Of Marion County.
aside now talk long, and loudly in
For Representative in Congress,
favor of the downtrodden farmer and
G. A. LA DOW*
The Circuit Court for Josephine
■Jjorny handed men of toil. Almost
every discarded office-seeker and county will convene
’ For Secretary of State,
along-sidc the Independents and. when
8. F. CHADWICK,
There were seven interments in
they talk reform, the chronic office-
of Douglas county.
seeker hastily cries amen! There is the Odd Fellows’ Cemetery at Sa
• 'For siato Treasurer,
nothing very étrange in this. Tt is lem in March.
A. ' H. BROWN,
the old attempted deception,—the
The Dalles, with 1,000 inhabit-,
of baker oounty.
“wolf in sheeps clothing.” People
ants, has seventeen places where
who possess discrimination can and
For State Printer,
do comprehend these gentlemen. liquor is sold.
MART. V. BROWN,
But there is à certain element of the
Two more petitions for whisky
of Linn county.
human family that will be humbug license have been given notice of
For State 8upT of Public Instruction,
ged. They arc prone to run after new by citizens of Cornelius.
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or whitewashed schemes or measured.
The mining season in Jackson
of Marion county.
This element will be found shouting
For Prosecuting Attorney, 1st, JiuliT Dis. reform. The Independents at flm last qbunty is drawing" to a close,, in
election in California carried almost consequence of failing water.
H. K. HANNA, -
everything their own way. Now
It is estimated that 40 per ceftt.
of Jackson county.
some of the California papers are de
fee Judge of Second Judicial District.
nouncing them as bribers, corrupt ot the cattle in Klamath Basin ivill
/x. f TM okher ,
ionists and plunderers of every des die of starvation and exposure.
4 * of Douglas county.
cription and allege with apparent
The Union county iraccs will
i truthfulness that the present is the commence May 19th apd continue
For Prosecuting Attorney,
most corrupt Legislature that ever
C. W. FITCH,
five days. Rare sport y anticipat
convened in that State. What is
rtf LAne .¿Minty’,
true of that State will be equally ed.
routing Att*v 3d Judicial District true of this, if the Independents carry
Wm. Poe was, last week, con-
JOHN J. WHITNEY’,
the electiou. Take their ticket in this
county for an example. It is’- con
' Linn county,
« Attorney, Fourth Judi- fessedly the most incompetent ticket
nomination not yet made ever presented to the pebplo of this
county.. They may be honesty but
most of them are absolutely incoili
of Grant county.
7 I North Fork,...
2 I West Chehalem.
THE ‘SILVER TONGUE
rosy cheeks and
[fair and free from Pin
es|and Eruptions; purif
. by taking Dr. Pierce’
Discovery Ithas n
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING.
fe of Mr, F. P. Hcmbrci)
IN THE W Off LIT.
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Paints, Oils,, Perfumes,
, 1874, W illie , infant soil
nd N. J. B elcher ; ageil
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tliie cup of life to «ip —
fitter ’twas for it to drain,
it. fnp.pklv from ita
Fancy Toilet Articles
And a full Stock of
The Best for Clmrche» «nd Lodge»«
The Best for Sunday Schools.
The Best for Parlor and Vestries.
The Best for Academies and Colleges/
The Best for Public Halls. - .
The Best for Orchestra and 8tage.
FINE WINES &
These instruments, which for sweetness 0
tone »ml elegance of appointment stand un
rivalled, have inet with 1 hprecedphted
cess'in this country and abroad, 7
For Medicinal purposes
JUST RECEIVED AND A|
f General Merchandise,
lies Dress Goods,
The Democracy of Yamhill County wilj
Met la County Convention at the Court
House in Lafayette, on Monday the 27th
tfay W April, 1874, at 10 o’clock A. M. of
gM day for the purpose of nominating, a
Ml County Ticket to be voted for at the en
piing June election and to transact such
•ther bneinesaas may properly come liefore
snih Csavsniion. ■
Tbs various Precincts will be entitled to
(he fellowing number vf delegates in said
* Over ¡the'election rotur:
anti, parts of the eoui
pdndqnts fail. It will 1
thia. State * in
W illow G len , Y amhill )
Co., Ogn. April 1, 1871. |
E d . C ourier :—>1 notice by the
C ourier that our Central Committee
has set the time for holding our reg
ular precinct and county nominating
conventions on the 24th and 27th re
spectively. Now, this is sufficiently
early in the season io give ample op
portunity to all persons w ho take an
interest in these matters to ponder
well and arrive at maturo conclu
sions as to the proper course-—tliat is,
the course that seems to bo the most
promising of success, and most prop
er to pursue in filling up a ticket to
be voted for at our coming election in
June. I hope that I shall not be ad
judged as one prompted by .Un worthy
motives, if I venture a few sugges
tions. I have for several elections
back believed that if we would adopt
the plan of bringing out new men in
stead of continuing to renominate on«/
time after another the same men sim
ply because they arc bed’-ockers, old
standbys and more extensively known
that we would be more successful. I
have long been wording in my hum-,
ble sphere for this end; I would like
to see a new man in every position to
be voted for, and I believe that if tho
Democrats of all the different - pre
cinct s would begin to think of it in
time it would bo practicable in the
main at least.
The Republican County Conven
tion of Union county, which mdt some
tune »gn, unanimously pass'd resolu
tions endorsing Senator l^itchell and
ihüfer, who introduced the
notorious Mitchell resolution in the’
Albany Convention last fall. This
ia the sentiment of majority of the
No O riginality The Indepcnd
ffgalar Republican. They may hes ents of this oounty copied their “call”
itate, but they wjlhbs compelled to from the one.gotten-up in Polk coun
They also adopt the plat
form of tho Polk county Independ
ents without any change or amend
ment. This probably ^ought to be
ad a rousing. ratification excused in as much as the committee
Sastern Oregon as well as on resolutions wanted to be excused
,rts of the State is well from .acting, because they thought
they were not capable of drafting a
platform. Here we have a party of
“reform” which is not capable of
drafting a platform expressive of their
principles. They ought to have made
a demand on Polk county for candi
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2 IS «HEREBY GIVEN BY TH
undersigned, adminlstnitrlj <
of A. 8. Hcndiix, deceased, qu
e<’ her final account in satdje
i County Court of Yamhill c<pii
s Judge thereofliaS fixed thcjpt
y, 1^74. at 10 o’clock A. M. rtf
t ourt House for Hie hearhi|r <
M-. ,J. HENDRIXX
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Djh: IS HEREBY GIVEN TljlAT
iÌ ». m ».
Im undersigned has been diily,hp-
rfud.ministratrix of the estate ol- i:a-
imp, late of Yamhill county, deq ;a?-
Ii'lfrtrsons having claims agu' ëst
d<te are required to present t rn
toper vouchers to the undersig
Wlidence, near McMinnville, 1
gjUy, Oregon, within six moi hs
leklate of this notice.
MARY P. LOGA
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In tho Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
lor Yamhill county.
Clcniintine Allen, Plaintiff vs Hank W.
To Hanjc W. Allen, Defendant:
■ o take sheet on and after
of the state of
Oregon, you are req”i' 3d to appear,and
answer the complaint 1
against yon, in
the above entitled suit, on or before «the
first dav of the next regular term of said
Court, ’immediately following six weeks
Sublication of this summons, which sgid
passengers five hours, in lf¡jrt-
rst day "will 1>c the 13tl 1 day of April, 1874.
And you will take no lee that if you fail
to appear and answer 1 s above required,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for a
decree disolving tne bqndsof matrimony
33 H |5 now existing between you and plaintiff,
and for the care and custody of tlid minor
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child, Lois, and for coat sand disbursinents
and for such other relief as to the Court
may seem equitable and just.
H. A A. M. Hurley.
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Attorneys for l’lff.
by order of B.
F Bonham, Judge of said Court, dated
March 2nd, 1874.
Fourth St. Sidi’g
vte ' - ■
W. M. RAMSEY
. . Newton
ia the Court
NELL Æ CO.. Ferry street: deniers in
general merchandise . Tlie NEW cheap
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'DAY. MARCH 3GIÙ
es fo'infonu lite public that he fa
r.ojr prepared to do any and all
kinds of work in his line in the lat
M ail F acilities —The last change,
made by tho railroad may bo benefi-
cial in some respects, but n$4 as re-
gards the mail. When thp papers
under the present arrangements
reaches us they are from one to
throe days behiud their usual time. negg
Even the lie}>orter which has to' travel
only five miles, and is stippoeed to be
issued on every Thursday, does not ‘>c
get here until Saturday night.
1 DB. ALFRED KINNEY