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L afayette , April 16, 1874.
1>AY, APRIL, 17, 1874. E ditor C ourier : In view of Mr.
Williani8* misstatements and perver
sion of facts, I have been induced* to
I -M. E. Church South.
make a slight review of his spoOch.
•;:F o W.-D. MAÏS. rA>TOlX.
Ho alleges first, that the Albany
À »pointments for Lafayette and Tillamook
Convention was run by a ring This
('in u>t ure as follows :
F rat Sabbath. Happy Valley,at 11 o’clock
is in j>OQr grace from the nominee of
A. i., McMinnville. <1:30r. M.
of a Convention composed of Govern
Second Sabbath. Tillamook.
'Inird Sabbath, West C’hehalem,. 11 a . m .,
ment appointees aud corrupt railroad
t’nity School youse, 3 r. m .
hpHirth Sabbath, Armstrong*!» School contractors representing but a faction
llonse, II a . m ., I^ifayette, 6:30 p. m .,
headed by a bigamous I uited States
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Hr. J. W. Wutta will preach at this place Senator. His (Mr. Williams ) charge
< D m M*cond Sunday tn every inontU^»t ll a.
In the evening at early mndle- of corruption portiiitiing to our pres
’ < •r 7 . * ent efficient Stato Administration
Latajrette Lodge No. 29, I. O. O. F. needs no refutation to satisfy any
Meets at lAfayette, every Saturday even-
tiian who has taken any pains to sat-
ind at 7 o'clock.
Members of the order in good standing arc isfylnmsclf during the last four years,
invited to attend.
and in the language of a prominent
By order of
mi X. G.
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a-’-—-------------------- Republican and ex-U. 8. District At
rk to-day, 113 1-2. |
torney, was “extremely impolitic.**
Tender ratea. Hi buying ;
The defeat to numerous railroad
$ > selling.
725@750 Tine, Subsidies, reclaiming the "title to our
¡old bars ire quotable
sichool lands which previous adminis
l-lx;-h.ing« on 8nn Franeis'.M», 3-4 of 1 trations hud almost lost to our State,
1” r cent premi.uu.
opposition to the importation of de
Iaxerpool iUi ieat, 12s‘.’d©12s Id; tjub, graded Coolies, wise
policy in the
’ s S a L
SAMUEL, is our duly autlior- nate State convicts, and judicious ac?
Agent at Portland, Oregon.
tion in the commencement of State
buildings that1 visitors to our State
To N ight .— We arc informed may not accuse us of living in rented
tenements—alVtbese things, I admit,
that the Ion? talked of Entertain are stumbling blocks to the success of
ment will take placb this (Friday) any Radical nominee, and I do not
wonder that Mr. W illiams shquld try
evening. .'It is for the benefit of to bring Gov. Grover’s Administration
the New Hall, and all should pat- into disrepute, but his failure will
rbnize it beinf as it is given tor’ll only prove his defeat- consumate
worthy object. Tho.-e who come sophist as he is.-
Mr. Williams alleges that the
fijir the puri>ose of criticising the
j ier for lira nee, should bear in mind Lock Bill for the construction of the
that the actors are not -stars,, nor present, locks on the west side of the
Willamette whs but a job of favorit
cjven. professionals, and have not ism. Now is it not plain to every one
. even had the licnefit of a profess- that this flimsy charge retracts from
i mal leader; and we arc a>snred its author and shows to what extrem
l ave tailored under great disad ity the Hippie- Mitchell-Holladay-
Custom House faction is driven to.
vantages, occasioned by the una Mr. Williams knows that at that
voidable absence oi some of the time Mr. nHolladay . owned the
trincipal characters in the Rehears- franchise of the old P. T. line, and
Is. W q think that all who at an/"“award to ,that company would
naturally have defeated the construc
tend will feel satisfied/
tion of the Willamette Locks and per
haps forevéì stopped free navigation of
G range M ay D ay P icnic .—At a Nature’s highway to the sea.
meeting of Lafayette Grange,_No. 32,
Mr. Williams charges our present-
P. of H., April 4, it was resolved to Secretary of State with malfeis-
jhold a M ly *f)ay Basket Picnic in ance in office. Why have not Repub
the grove pear St. Joseph on May 1st lican grand jurors and committees
prox., in which all invited to partic made such a charge within the last
ipate. The following committeo of riour years ?
As to his condemnation of the ac
arrangements was apjx»intedi\p.
of the last Legislature in the
Smith, F. A. Crawford, O. F. Koval,
of an odious school law,
Mrs. S. C. Carey, Mrs. Jessie Yocoui.
I ¡The following were appointed a eoin- it being a Bi-publicaii Legislature. I
’niitt.^c td proA’ure speakers;,, N. II. have no. fight to make, and while
every lover of free schools must dep
Olds, F. Mirtin, J. D. Fenton, ,
th a e tbe action of the Sdite Super
By order of tlie Grange.
with the variou4 County
A. IL HENRY, M.
Superintendents in the adoption of
K. II. L awson , Sec.
such shoddy text books as the Pacific
C ayote H unt .—It is reported series, the law within itself is un
that the farmers of North Yamhill doubtedly. good, nevertheless.
Mr. William i’ attack on Mr.
intend to engage in a general cavote, Brown, De uocratic nominee for
hunt iu the course of a few weeks, State Treasurer, was unjust, false and
and if possible rid the county of uncalled for in that gentleman’s ab
thyec pests. During the past winter sence. It is true that Mr. Brown la
they.khnve d:itroy»id' an unusually bored in the Senate of 1870 for the
large number of sheep, and from passage of a bill securing aid to the
present indications they intend to keep Baker City Academy which was al
it up. Farmers are getting tired of most unanimously passed by »both
this and will try to make it warm for Houses. This bill provided in accord
thcm~>'ith dogs aud guns.
ane.: to law for the loan of $10,000 for
ten years with interest to be secured
E arly to B ed ,
—There is by bond and mortgage in txvice the
nothing sq . tends to shorten the lives sum loaned. If there h*< been any'
of old people and to injury their health mistake made it was not at the hands
as the practice of sitting up late at of Mr. Brown, but those who took the
night. This is especially the case security. So you see thate this little
when there is a grown up daughter variation of Mr. Williams, like the
in the family. We publish this item rest, falls to the ground without in
at the earnest solicitation of several the least enhancing his chances to
represent the people of Oregon at
promising young men.
Washington, wherein he would not
T ayi / jr F amily .—The irrepressi have had the ghost of a chance had
ble Mart gave his second entertain not the Republican party been dis
ment at this place on last Friday membered and forever divided.
• enejung, assisted by Prof. Mills and
Til CHaze; both celeWa*-ed violinists.
Thc April number of Wood'» Houte-
The house was not as well filled as
the occasion deserved. Those who did hoid Marine, now upon our table, well
attend were fully compensated.
sustains its reputation as a first-class,
R unaway .—We are informed that live publication. While its contents
Dr. Johnsop, of McMinnville, met are not deep or scientific, its pnges
are free from trashy sensational
with a somewhat serious mishap a day stories, au^ are full of bright sunny
or Ko since. His team took ingut
fright reading that goes home to the heart.
finally The magazine contains its usual num
and commenced to run and
in ber of illustrations, and its general
«mashing the buggy to pieces;
some way the Dr. got one ot •f his
1 fing- appearance compares favorably with
the higher priced magazines. Sub
H orse D ied .—A valuable horse scription price one dollar a y6ar; with
chromo of Yosemite one dollar and a
belonging to I). Smith died on
ed- half. Subscriptions may begin with
nesday. When he came to town the any number. Address, Wooa» H ou » c -
hcJrse wi& apparently well, but soon hM Magazine, Newburgh. N. Y.
took sick and died. No one.could tell
what the ailment was, and to all the
Following are the officers df West
cause of the death is a mystery.
Chehalem Grange, No. —t M. Tom
H aun B ridge .—There is any Nelson; O., J. E. Hembree; I»., Miss
M. A. Smith; Sec., G. Noble; Treas.
amount of complaint about the con J. Noble; S., J. Bryant; G., G. Bog
dition the road is in between-here and ers; C., Wm. Jones; Flora, Mary
St. Joe. Best easy, gentlemen, our Williamson; Pomona, Mianda Smith;
supervisor will have it fixed as soon C4res, S. Bryant; L. S., Mrs. Mianda
as the weather will permit.
Smith. This lodge is in a most pros
perous condition. West Chehalem
BECOVERY.+-We are pleased to now has two Grange*, both, so wo
chronicle that the little boy who was are informed, arc doing well.
G. Bryant, Jas. Bryant and Job
run over by a wagon—son of B. F.
Lewis—is recovering, and will ere Carey were elected School Director,
long, we hope, be able to be around. and W. Wimer, Clerk, of Distriot No.
I n T own .—During the week quite
a number of lawyers from abroad
Some one without the foar of the
have been, in attendance at Circuit Bailroad Company or the law, broke
Court. Well, the list would be too open one of the box cars on Wedncs-
long to enumerate.
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County -Judge........................... .M. M. R; »BMJ
R. H. L ssmo * ’
t. lorg. •••••••* V...,» •
.....R. P. Bird .
... J. M. Kelts
......... 1 Huleiy '
Stove and Tin F tore, Assessor.. .•. : ’
Go to JLaka’n E
-w • • »V ....... ¿1. Parto
¿ 13M Front st cut, Portia nd Ì and sge
H. H. HewR
School Sup't r «r • •• « f
tured at the
is going- ■‘to Iqjve a
Liverpool Wheat, by niail advices
from San Francisco, l‘2s 2dal2s £
May Day picnic. -
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• The .Corvallis brass band Is pr$ for average California, an<
12s 8d Cor club. U f
paring for a concert.
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[ Yamhill Ccuaty Directory, ■
OREGON - ILIADE
SrJ iVES, '
Brjant, the murderer of Steel,
theatrical troupe= was hanged at Nashville on the
c billed for Baker Ci tv. if : <
arc billed for Baker City.
10th inst. .
. .J. W. Cowls
XInrry county promises tn be a
Lowenstien, convicted of the They can be ^had at no other place, as
IT. R. Harrte«
' ) A. R. Barbank
great wool growing seefion^j
murder of a peddler last Fall, was
handed at 2:20 on ljie -afternoon
Citv folks haveb
havebéençd- of the 10tb at Albany^ N. V.,
0BE90H OmCUL MBSCTOBT.
joying a billiard tourmime
Stoves manu* Governor
' H. K. Hanna has been Chosen
U F. Grorat
Capt. Brown, witness f^r thp
Secretary of State........ . .8. T. Chadwick
City Attorney of Jacksonville/ » claimant on Tichbom^ trififc wae You an now buy a Stove of thicker plate, Treasurer of Stat«.... .. - Ju Eleiachner
State Printer............... ..
ai|d af any plate fails it <Jan be replac
The delinquent tax-list of; Jack-’ found guilty. He and Lute were
. K. G, Kimpaon
ed at a »onall expenre. We have the
Register of State I-anda ,.E. b. MeCoaw
sentenced td- five and seven years
son county amounts »to ;$12-000.
penal servitude respectively.^
Baker City roughs jrido rates
......... Jame» K. Kaltey
Hailstones and gales have seri
through the streets oq fieryjsteeds.
................... J. H. Mitchell
ously damaged the crops in the
AMI» DIFFEKRNT KINDS OF
....... Joa. G. WfloBB
There are still 14,000 bushels’of West Indies.
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■ FEDraAL. erkic-nta. •
Parlor and Box Stoves.
wheat in tho warehop e at Corvah
U. [8. District Judge ........ ;M« P.
The Senate lias confirmed t’ e
All manrifactitred in this city.
U. ®. Marshal........... ......... Tho'a G. Young
nomination of Benjamin P. Avery
Clerk U. 8. Court.... • •••••*••«« .B. Wilcox
ffe Minister to China)
3HT The other dealers will lell you they don’t Surveyor General..., • ■«••••*•■ W. H• ^)dal
A drove of Chinamen have
keep them. The reason is. they
Sup t Ind Affairs... ...... T. B Odeneal ’
can't buy' thcip.
The prospects for the election jof
(J. 8. Assessor............ ......... ^.Thos. Fraxer
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struck rich gold mines near Balcer
8. Collector..... ....... J,.. W. Bowtt>y
Please remember that 1 also have'a '
a Senator in Massachusetts appear
to be as distant as when the votibg
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W4R. Willi«. Register •
There is talk among the 'ladies first began.
B. ^Herman, Receiver...
Don't forget to look at tlio ’
of Dallas of beginning a ¿rusade
On a motion to‘table the motiph
Wliich is made of Spruce Wood, and is al
Lighter, Cheaper, More Cleanly,
ren, of Oregon City, has a slight ■ Six boys are in the San Fiiin-
'cisho City Prison, charged with
attack of varioloid.
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The road, through thp Blue
Report« on the 12th from vhri-
Mountains is improving daily, and Otis portions of the State si l|ow
is now quite passable.
Geo. Coffey, of Long T^ qi, pi as
three ewes which haveijust artisfent- divided the city of San Francjsco
into fifteen districts for distribution
ed him with nine lambs. |
The Good Templars qf
Since, the first of January there
county will have a grand i enje at have l>een, in San Francisco, nine
Dallas on the 1st pt*o:xiina
ty-onc deaths from accidents and
In King’s Valley, Bend
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tv, every available acre of
und ' G. W. Snyder, editor of the Reporter,
is being plowed and prepare lor called on Tuesday.
Mr. H. H. Si now has • • been
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with typhpid pneumonia.
Ferguson & Bird have a new »kind
of tobacco—choice—try some.
There are more old i I » m
Brownsville,, in profior tlQ
population, than iii any
. A horse stepped on the foot of Dr.
Poppleton one day last week, causing
on the coast.
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him to lose a toe-nail. ,
Ground ha3 been bro! :cn$ and
The w time
is a ap-
- w making
wr1 a . a garden
labcr commenced on 1 ••c fBlue proaching,
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Mountain University to liji erected tho place to go to for ,a fine >«sort-
ment of gárdeu seeds. - ,
at La Grande. •
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Salem City Council has fevied
— of six mills on thcjtìol|ar to
run the municipal gòveriimept
Mrs. Bridgefarmer, oj Albany,
had her connubial «hackly knock-
edoff’»y Judge Bonharq A the
last term of Court at thit |>lace.
The bills around Pemflet|n are
now covered ■> with . grò m J grass
from one to six inclies hijn. ¡ßtock
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of all kinds are rapidly iiipi&ving.
at |e fc com-
na C’ty, Arizona, that
h 4 say£ that
ing back to Oregon.
this State is far ahead ohanjiplace
f ' * ’ I *‘3 F'
he has seen.
Some of the leadin igjfcrpngera,
made efforts a few days|>«lnce to
purchase from W. J . 8npiigras8
his flooring mill and stole at Oro
Dell, to be rnn a^an cn|ir^*Gran*
Hardin Dawson, Wm. Poe and
J. H. Bernover, all Jhajliftg from
Linn, have been. placed1 at brick
Salem. Dawson is in
for two years for rape, Poe thtee
years for ipcest, and Bcynover ope
year for embezzlement ] I m
“That is just the sort of umbrel
la that people appropriate, or, in
other words,, hook,” said Smiggles
to a companion one morning, show
ing him a very handsome pera-
chute.—‘ Yes,” saidhisij
“I thought so when I sawyou have
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ARKER A CO. are now prepared to
offer to the Farmers and Consumers
of Oregon, the largest and best selected
stock of General Merchandise ever ode red
in Yamhill county^co.nsisting of
corrected weekly .
Wheat, best white,
btishoL.. ,, 9Q.... 4»
Oats, W bushel.
sack, (*4 barrel) i 63...j.
!b............... i 7....
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<• ‘baled "fel ton...
Rio......... . 4 ... O * *
Kono... .u ••••,•• • «
■ Java. . A_______
Salt, Carmen Hand, ^cwt... •■■f
Liverpool, coarse • » • • ••
2 00@2 50
rariTR, vfgwables , rrc.
Peaches, dried, p lb..... .. l .L.
■•fé.» ; 2 ©
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AND DKALEER IN
Nuts of all kind«,
Are now running, and are prepared to buy
Wheat or to exchange for Wheat, to grind
THi PARKER CUlC
or to grind low or not to grind 1 at all, or any
that they will
way to pkase the farmers, so f*
not go away scolding.
The Dayton Granary
JSENO STAMP FOR CIRCOLAt
Is now open for storage, free of charge to
all those that will give us tbe preference or
puachasing their Wheat for ¿ash, at the
highest market price, any time when the
may see proper'to sell.
8d come on, gentlemen, we have a free
bridge and no ferriage, and «'ill accommo
date you any way to suit the times.
LI VERY & FEED SWULR
LAFAYETTE^ - -
Chickens, dresaed, each...'
' per dozen.................... 3 d)@4 00
butter , rc . gs , ctc .
* © 30
Butter, fresh rotis, $ lb,
packed. ... ►
HARKER <f CO. I
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Dsytoi^ Ocaober 2,1873.
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Eggs, V <loxen.w....'..'....i.
Cheese, Oregon prime,
B.. 4P 20® 25
C/ttTrfomift» • • f • •• • *,*x •
........... . •»-y• ■
• wool , iiibEs,
Corner Jefferson and Third Sta.«
lb ■ . . * •
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Hide«, dty, each
green, railed, each.,.. 2 5O®3 00
Deer Skins, dreased, fLft ..
Sheep skins, woolon, each... O • 35® 50 T ib undbbsigned thkbs piea|.
oils , etc . '
ore in announcing to the travelling pub
lic that in connection with his Feed and I Jir-
Linseed Oit, boiled, gallon..
cry business he is running a-, DAILY
EXPRFbS to and from St. Joseph, leaves
Lard oil V gallon
Lafayette at 10:15, making connection witfli
the car«. and returning at 12:15 p. m.
] Ñeatsfoot Oil, ^gallon.
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Fine Wines <md Liquors for Medicinal
de SIMPSON. '
All of which have been selected from the
Importers and Dealers of San, Francisco
and will l»e oflered low for cash or country
1 50®. ...
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
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Sugar, 8>n FranciacóVcfined, $ft.l3» 14..
HATS AND CAI'S,
î>® 11.. GLASSWARE AND QUDENSWARE,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
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TxN WARE ETC.
Coffee, Costa Rica, $ ft
Pork, freah, lb ft.
Mutton “ ...........
Bacon, bams F ft
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It gives the best satisfaction to all who try
it, and 1 only ask you to enquire of any one
who has used them, to convince you that the
Wohden Blind is the very best that you can
' JOHy R. LAKE.'
arçd I Lane. 3d District: Linn,
" Tillamook and Yarohiy. 4th District:
C«dumLia( Multnomah, and
w rashington. .¿th District; Grant, Unmtil-
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore- la l Union and V; asco.
gon, for the county of Yamhill,
II. M. Beall, plaintiff, vs. Wm. S. Torrance,
TKUMS OK ClRCL'iT COURTS.
and M. J. Torrance, defendants.
Frst District—In the county of Josephine,
ToW'in. S. Torrance and M. J. Torrance, on the fourth Monday in October; Jackson
seicond Monday in February, June and No
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF vember.
Oregon, you are hereby required to ap-
]>ear and answer the com plaint filed against Second Distirct—Douglas third Monday
you in the above entitled suit bv the sec in October, aud seconed Monday in May;
ond Monday of April, A. D. 1874, that being Coos, fourth Monday, in May, and second
the first day of the next term of saiu Monday in September; Curry, first Monday
court, and fcf you fail so to answer plain in June ; lurne. third Monday in April, and
tiff will take a decree against you foreclos and first Monday in Nevember; Benton.sec
ing a mortgage given by you to him, No- ond Monday ju April, and third 'Monday in
vcniljer 17th, 1871, upon the tracts of land November.
in Yamhill county. State of Oregon, which
Third District—Linn, fourth Monday hi
are described as follows:
and second Monday in October:
of N' W‘ * of Section 2, town
ship 2 S. R. 5. W. aud E. M of N. E. M of sec Marion, second Monday in March June «nd
tion one, T. 2, 8. R. 5, W.; also the W. M of November; Polk, second Monday in Mai,
8.. W. Kof section 11, T.2.8. R. 5 W. and the and fourth
November; , Yamhill,
w * li» MVllUU«
E. X of S. E. if of section 12, T.2 8, R. 5 W.; sfeorid
:ond Monday inLApril,
inuApril, and fourth Monday
containing 320 acres, for the purpose of se in October ; Tillamook, second Monday in
curing the payment oT $500 00 in U. 8. gold J ri I v .
coin and interest, and directing t lie sale of \ Fourth District—Clackamas, fourth Mon*
said lands as upon execution and that the
proceeds be applied to pay plaintiff the day in April •‘and September; Multomah,
sum of «¿25 in United States gold coin and second Mondav in February, June and Oc
interest on 4500 of said sum since Novem tober; Columbia, second Monday in April:
ber 17tli 1872 at one per cent a Clatsop, second Monday in August, and
month and costs and uisbursments, fourth Tuesday in January; Washington,
and will take a judgment against you for fourth Monday in May, and first Monday in
said sum of mcneyafrd costs and disburs-
Fifth District—Wasco, third Monday hi
An order directing publication of this
summons was made by the above entitled June, and second Monday in November;
court October 27th, 1873.
Grant, first Monday in June, and third Mon
E. D. SH.Y1TUGK, & B. KILLIN’,
day in September;
ember; Baker, third Monday to
Atjorneys for Plaint iff.- May and first
rat Monday in October: Union,
firwMondav in May, and third. Monday in
October; Umatilla, last Monday in April,
and fourth Monday tn October .
from the Commit te on Eduwiion
to the Fore^n Affairs Commifee,
The farm of,Samuel Cdad, on
materially decreases the probabili
the Luckiamutc, was sold last week ty of action on it this session
P. P. Prim, Chief Justice.... Jacksonville
A. | J. Thayer...
. ä .Corvallis
I W7 W. Upton...
L.| L. McArthur
............. Baker City
And is the handsomest Window Blind in use.
< M PKKME
- - - - COURT.
We learn that Mr. Henn’ War-
Henry Warren, Receiver....
J. JI. Stepheas, Register,...
D? Chaplin, Receiver.......
PATENT WINDOW BL.ITD,
to reconsiderjthe vote pòstponihg
the Currency till, Clayton, Lutici ,
A number of Polk countians
Page and Nesmith voted in Ì J
have been “taken iif” by
negative and Houghton and K|r-
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Farmers throughout the Will^m-
The transfer of thç Anti-Chinçâe
ettc Valley are all busy plowiig bill of Lutrell, Page and Houghton
on the rum trffic.
J. Hr OLiS - PROPRIETOR.
N AND AFTER MAY 1«, THERE
will be a regular stage running be
»nd Jtortlaijd, 0MF
— . r—»
--nur___ ’ ,K_- etery
at h o'clock, retun jng S
•• A* , flip.
H ANEW HAO*»
Will be place» epee <Me
EXrRE^8 and other business attended to