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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1874)
.The University of Michigan, which
S alem , Oregon, May 11, 1874
Election bets are in order at
num- is one of those richly endowed and
all the corpses arc 1 f'C vert'd,
the speech of J. C. Tolman, It.
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1874
admirably administered institutions pnblican candidate for Governoi
bering 147. .
Pendletonians have hams, but
which can afford always to do what
u" W Saturday, he stated tlBrt
In a duel at Paris
. . y s >_ a
there was no law for -charging a hfc
M. Ë. Church. South.
is right, has just struck what cannot of $ ¡j 6 for ( (;ach
.ach state dec^ *fhe ad
Metternich and C^untuM*
2], 1864, Code, page 88.51
The Anti Sinch Society tit Sa the Count was woRndd
iu the arm J fail to prove an effective blow against of October 27,
Appointments t<»r Lafayette IFitd Tilk|rtiook
lem still lives.
to State lands. Part of scctioii
Circuit areas follows:
ing” inkAmerican colleges." It has tion
First Sabbath Happy Valley.at 11 o'clock
And when the purchase money
ARKER A CO. are now prepared to
The Umatilla River is to
A. u., McMinnville. 6:30 c. M. •
oUer to the'Fanners and t'onauniers *
brought before the Mujjo*" of Phila
Rcconil Habhath. Tillamook.
the largest and l>est selected
_ . 'r shall receive a , stock of Oregon,
n of th • Sophomores and forty-two Freshmen paid, the purchaser
Third Sabbath, West t hehalem, 11, a . m .,
delphia, Pa,, dn the aft^rtioon
General Merchandise ever ottered
! iii vindication of the stand the Uni- jeed, substantially in the following
follow^« i in Yamhill county, consisting of
Unity School I house, 3 P. M.'
There was some ¡inc racing in 21st, charged w .ith ol^tjucting
Fourth Sabbath. ArmStVong’s School
ui win <f
House, Il a . M., Lafayette,f:3H p. m .,
thmior " This provision 4k,
Union comity last week.
sidewalks, • were dischr iged with an Versify has taken against this puéril ,e jive
now the law. Bikt the section requir STAPLE and, FANCY GOODS
l»t*. J. W. Watts will preach nt this place
admonition that the lai* ihnnst becn-
lhe second Sunday in every month at 11 a.
days ago convicted of participation in ing a part of these fees to go to the
i forced, and that oh th bielt offenpe
tn., anil in the evening at early cau.dlc- reported in Southern Oregon.
compensation of the Board ot School GROCERIES,
they would be puaishetl
Land Commissioners has been repeal
that some Seventy othefrs, led ed. All fees, therefore, required by
Q^L. SAMUEL, is our duly nuthor-
The Umatilla Indians are sup The relief fondMor ti iCjMill lliver it seems ,s th
. BOOTS AND SHOES.
iaed Agent at Portland, Oregon.
by a spirit which doubtless appeared law,/have been collected and paid irf-
plying Pendleton with lire wood. sufferers
HATS AND CAPS,
amounts to $ ¡0,000. • It is to them chivalrous, but which was to the State Treasury, and not a do .-
W iu, Mathoivs is our authorized
GLASSWARE/ AND Ql’DENSWARE.
lO.OOlijwill be need- probably merely impertinent, avowed iar ^bein retained by or paid to ar
The new grist mill at Umatilla estimated that
Ageut at Portland.
HARDWARE; AND CUTLERY.
ot the Board or other officer.
Rapids will soon be ready to op ed, 1.50 families', o|' i- 700 ^brsons, being themselves also participants in the member
, DRUGS, MEDICINES. *
The report of the Board of Schobl
B ase B all .--We understand that
utterly destitute. 1
practices in question, and demanded ¿iMd Commissioners, made to i le
T.N WARE ETC. ♦
Fleet foot club of North Fork have erate.
■»The Jumel will case j Y» a ended on the remission'of the sentences of their last Legislature, gives the name of AU of which have been selected from the
Albany hoodlums have been on the 22d in a i»erl ane; Üt victory for
sent a challenge to this place to play
! each ïnan who lias paid a fee for \ a Importers and Dealers .of San Eraucisco,
a niatch game. In ord»*r to accom a foraging drunk and general jam-* the Chase party, dnless^ ¡pvsrge Wasb- comrades. To this summons tho Fac- i State deed, and shows the whole and will be oP.ered low for cash vr country
ulty promptly responded on Monday ! amount received for that purpose, ( produce"
modate them, some of the boys have
ington Bowen ap
paeals ii om the decis- evening by the suspension of the en and that the same has been fu"'
picked up the gauntlet and will play
tli Fork t to-imnrow
Or mor ’. /- Boys,
The Union raccs in Union Co. ion to the Supre me C|urJt. The es- tire batch, sympathizers as well as paid to the Treasury. See report of
wouldn’t it be better to organize and
täte is valued at i6JKh|0(j0.
culprits. Since many of than, by the Board pf School Land Commis
practice a little boforc so recklessly
Henri Rocl^'fo: nt and $5 ieiids passed virtue of their age or circumstances, sioners, page 80. This report was ex
accepting^all banters. We are of the horses.
amined and fully approved by the Are now ruiiiiiug. and are prepared to buy
opiniout you are a little conceited by
Elko, Nev.,-on t Beir w| iy East on the could not lose an entire year without last Legislature.
T. H. CANN
Wheat or to exchange for Wheat, to grind
The M. E. Church South at 23d. Rochefort, < 0n bt'ij Ig interviewed, serious loss, tho suspension extends
your good luck in times past. You
- Clerk B’d School Land Com ’s. for toll, or ro chop for toll, or to grind high
must remember that you hudtlie ad Dallas has just received a new stated that he in |pnded F visiting Salt
or to grind low or hot to grind at all, or any
only to the beginning of the next aca-'
way to please the farmers, so that they will
vantage of a little practice in your
go Tin ay scolding.
past victories, and that y pu have none
at all nôw.
A. basket meeting will be held then to proceed to N| llv’ York, via places in 1 the classes the -suspendtKi ,
.... "i'- stand
Ï iie P icnic .—The picnic at Dayton at the Waymire schoolhonsc, Dul-
A special to jthe ( |al vestou Nficit upon the studies they thus lose, and
virtue of an execution and ordejr of
iai "R i ) Y sale
last Saturday was a gteat improve-' las circuit, May 30, 31.
out of the Circuit Court
from Brownsville say« li terrible state must sign a written assurance of obe- of t lie S»ate issued
for Yamhill county, [« now opeh for storage, free of charge to
îh?nt on the one at tin snna place
seal of said court upon a judg- m H those that will give iis the preference of
Work will commence on the 1 ' of affairs
is existing i fin the border, dionee in future toi the regi illations of 1 under
nie/it and decree of foreclosure in the Duit
two weeks before. Tim speaking at
of Nathan West fall, Plaintilf vs. L. W. Bar- nuaehasing their Wheat for cash, at the
Daytou of the county canvassers at
highest market price, any time when they
' ger, Defendant, coinnuuiding and reqk uir-
and firing on the |M«op1 fc. • Companies ^.deriy practices for which they ar<J ipg nre to sell the premises hereinaftei de- may see proper to sell. ‘
tracted a good many from the picnic wagon road immediately.
have a free
who otherwise would have attended.
have been for tied • fo t defence. In now suffering.
rendered in said suit in favor of the $aid bridge and no ferriage, and will accommc*-
The Athletic base ball club of that,
The Faculty of J Ann Arbor are to plaintitTand ugainst tlie defendant L. W. date you any way to suit the times.
Corpus Christij somej ^Mt xicanS at-
Ilarger for the sum of eleven luTndred and
place and some of the “boys” of this j preparing a handsome circular
---- .1. their
__i. forty-four dollars and forty cents (11,144
place (there being no organized club
40-100) in U.S. coin with interestihereop in
of their countrylipn, vj bo are confined ic treatment of this question. Wiey like coin at the rate of one per»cent. ‘ per Dorton, Ocaober 2,fb73.
here as yet) indulged in a friendly race track near that town.
since the rendition of said judg
game, which resulted in a victory to • The ground has become so d ry there for miirder, Tl Uv swear they say with perfect! truth, that “the month
ment to-wit: Since October. 30tli. 1873, und
the “boys.” With practice, the Ath- |
will rob And mnu 1 tier city. Mv. University ^ftn better afford to be have levied upon and will proceed to s. sell I
letics will do scniQ£xcellent playing, ! that farmers have abandoned the
Smith, living twelve i ¡liles from Fort without students than without^ gov at public auction to the highest bidder for
for they have good material.
U. S. coin to me in hand jiaid on day of sale
work of Miinmer-faHowing.
our Indians ernment.” But no institution under in front of the Court House door in pie
Davis, was att^cMbd b
of Lafayette, Yamhill county,Ort ¿on
A Benton conn tv man has a and slightly wdunded| d ton of his government so prudent and so firm town
C elebration . — The Grange of
McMinnville is making arrange Hock of originally w ild geese which cattle were killed,
can remain without students. Any Saturday the 27 th day of June, 1874
the hour of one o’clock 1’. M. of said, day
ments for a grand Fourth of July he has,succeeded in taming.
Trenor W, Park ah| [¿»unces himself parent would think twice before he at
in accordance with and in obediende - to
celebration and a picnic, to be held
! as a candidat e for th J
tained, all the following described f dece
on the .cumpmeeting grounds, one ” A man named Lawrence is in
he wbuld be subjeettid to such degra con
parcel or traefl-of land; it being a portic an of
mile aud a half north of that town. trouble at Baker City for taking a
ded brutalities as those in vogue in the land described ih said decree and 0 irder
of sale, to-wit:
An imitation , is extended to all
It is asSorted| that Ii ‘win is coming
cji aim, The Best in the }\'0RLI)!
Grange? of Yamhill and adjoining
oountieA, and, in fact, everybody is
R. 3 W. Hounded
" " as follows:
A man from Dhnidas countv has possession jiff recel fits and vouch- their eyes td the doings of the stu S. Commencing
at a point 20 chains wèst of
invited to attend, and niake this cele
8. E. corner of
claim No. 41; tlience
named Hancock, will sojourn at ers for $.500,00|) spen^at Washington dents. The real nature of “hazing” the
bration î^graml affair.
north 41 chains; thence > wci*t
west 38.75 chains
to the west liojindary
boundary of said claim No. 41;
Ohina ^Sail Subsidy.
WILL LAST A LIFK TIMK.
the Peniientiarv w I of three * vears to secure the Qliina
public. It is usually spoken of light the ace sentii to the nortli-wost oorncr of a.
V isiting .—Ou last Tuesday even-
wonfqji, ^arrested on ly as an informal visit paid by mem tract of land heretofore sold off said claim
to J. Shucks’; thence east to tlicRN.E. 1
' ing quite a number of young ladled
.Saturday for obstrii ‘tiig the side- bers of one class to another, accom corner of J. Shuck’s tract; thence soiph to
Geo. Marshalfeof Junction, and
and gents from McMinnville Lodge,
the 8. E. comer of n tract of land heretofore
walks, were dismiss^ 1 i Cincinnati panied tby some forrri of innocent sold
off said claim to W. Woods; thence
I. O. G. T , visited the Lodge at this Chas. Goodehild, of Emicne, have
east’ to place of beginning, containing
place. This way of visiti: g between
practical joke. But it is always t a 127 87-100 acres more or less, in Yamhill
county, Oregon, to satisfy suid execution,
neighboring Lodges is, we think,
ble to degenerate nt any moment in costs anil accruing costs.
good idea, aud is indulged in by the Ashland.
R. P. BIRU,
■ • * .» iuarchei
to . , ferocious
if the victim is
young folks of this place to quite an
prayer-meeting, /, but decided t nothing timid or unsophisticated enough to Lafayette May. 29, 1874.
regarding tutupe acti I.U-
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exhibit any nervousness, or has self-
club with A. R. Lyle Capt. First
C ampmeeting .—The annual camp
A New Yqrk
l-qi k Sun spe
s; * ‘cial states that respect ¡enough to sh
IN DzYTLY USE.
N ine, and Ca tu Sullivan Captain
meeting held by the M. -E. Church
i Kate LeinWqhJa yofo ng and bcauti- at the visitation. Theie are instan
N the District Court of the United states
fill 'daughter of a w idow, was mur- ces of fatalaccidents arising from
North, near McMinnville, will com Second N ine.
for tl»e District
___ _ of Oregon.
Notice Is . The best musfcnl latent of lhe country
given that the undersigned As recommend these Organs. The nicest and
Five bund red pounds of wool,’ “dered at Summit H hl ou tlie 19th. this senseless custom. Mapy a youth hereby
mence on the 18th of June, and "con
signee in Bankruptcy of the estate o|f C. B. liesfc. More for your money, and gives let
satisfaction, than any other now made
tinue over the third Sabbath.“ All tiie fust of this season’s clip, was She was eBtided' inti ¡thé woods, just who has beqn accustomed to 'decent Comstock A Co., bankrupts, will on t ne 8th ter
They comprise the •
T. A. W ood , P. C.
YAmhill county, Oregon, sell at public
sold in the S alein njarket for 23 outside thd ettyi and J was apparently tieatment at home and among his Joe,
auction to the highest bidder for wish in Eureka, I Concerto, Orchestra and
killed witli ii stoney U It is supposed fellbwsl would rather lose his life than gold coin, all the right title and interest of
cents per pou nd.
the murderer ravisl fed the girl and submit to tho vulgar orders of a par property: Warehouse at St. Joe, Oregon
Public sph caking here to-day.
A regatta, \»oat race, concert, then inurd|ero her t to hide his guilt.
substantially built; 2 trucks, 2 Fair I
ty of louts to whom perhaps his fash-, 55x90,
Illustrated Catalogues sent by mail, ]M>st
Scales, 1 office desk and furnij lire, 1
Mr. S. W
ball, etc., are on the tapis as en-
to any address, upon application to
iorjable dress and polite mauners are Imvtil
saw, 1 1 marking pot.
H. Rosenfold & Co., Portland, gave
B. SHOXIXGER ¿k CO.,
tertainmeiit for the excursionists to Mr. Sattoi
lace at 11 o’clock insufferably offensive. At Brown Deed at expense of purchaser,
us a.call this week.
may 29, .
L. BROOKE, Assit nee.
on the morning iof| I the 21st in the University some ye^rs? ago, President
New Haven. Conn.
W e are jorry to say that Rev. T. A. to Astoiia next week.
East roouL, lfov. Dr.I .Tiffany perform- Sears, one of the most exemplary of «
Wood is afflicted with a bad cold, So
Stock in the vicinity of Port
ing ^thc cej’einony. 1 i j ■ ■
much so that it i? almost impossible
Christian men, sivid tj> the assembled
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Orford are in good condition—the
for him to talk.-
iFrcshipen, at a time when a hazing __ living four ini les north we -Ä of
in Yamhill ...
The opposing candidates of this severe winter doing very little
season- was anticipated, that their one
sorrel liorse with white
a L j ! four
county will address their constituents harm anions them.
f leet ■ white;
*' . ’ branded
’ ‘ “B” op left shoulder;
Corner JefferSon and Third St«., *
16 hands high; 3 years
eatSi old. At iprais-
steamers betlveen S;il j Francisco and rooms were their own, and that they about
to-day. Turn out everybody and
ed at $25.
bear both sides.
The miners in the vicinity of Chjna has Ueen inatfe irlally to reduce wduld be justified in jlefending them May 29, 1874, 2t
LAFAYETTE, - - - OGJY
D. A. Lancaster,**agent of E. Mar Baker City are all at work, Al
HE VNDERS1GXED TAKES pl«,..
tin & Co. wholesale liquor dealers though in some places water is last steamer? hence oi the Pacific Mail The custom recentljf attained such
ure in annonneingto the travelling pub
” one day
las'; scarce, a fair run is expected. *
ve us a call
in connection with his Feed and Mr-
line carried freight di I? forty cents per
he is running a DAILY
week. Dealers who wish a good ar
Annapolis that the Government was
frdm St. Joseph. leaves
ticle should give this house a call.
Rev. R. G. Haun, Organizing
making connection with
months sbicp. Hastily said that the
the cars, and returning at 12:15 j». in.
¡Gflicer of the I. C. of R. C., or
old line unbw brin^i^g.Chinamen at a much harder task to teach our bud
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If the Republican ticket is elected
$12 per head, against $40 heretofore.
what* a nice little ring we will have
ERSONS WISHING TO INVEST IN
. those younger and greener than them
Hurley, Lamson and Henry.
Real Estate will do well to cal^on me
Thé friends of Rofiiefort-state posi
selves with common humanity than before ptlrebasing elsewhere.
menib rs, on the 16tii inst.
tively th4t die has left for the East;
I have land of all varieties, and ill quan-
What do you think of Little Frank
A Linn county man whipped others Bt^te that lw is rooming^ now it was to beat Bowditch and Joinini tities.to
into their heads.
Martin as a speaker. The republi
Residence and oflice in Clflibalem
another'severely, three times in at Pioche’shouse, où Stockton street.
It is sentimental nonsense, gather Valley.
cans ought to have him with their
one day, last week, because the
ed from English novels, to say that it
De nicerats, hou' that you makes a boy manly to be kicked and G ROC ERI MS,
Dale is the man to elect with a little daughter of the former. have (Di ojl^ortuiuty to cuffed by his elders. If a man kept
only the company of gentlemen and
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULA« ,
A H eathen P ractice .—In the
Who promised three of the aspir habeas corpua case of the I Chinese wo
would — be all .« the • better for
ants for the nomination of sheriff be man, Yet Cum, iu the Twelfth Dis Ticket, don’t lie gleet it, but ‘ 1 is
" WEST MERIDEN,CT.
fore the Republican convention to trict Court of California, on the 22d
the duty of teachers to see that while
come $(/yare oid and vote a youth remains at school he shall see
support and help them? Ask R. H. inst., developed more startling fea
tures of the infamous traffic in Chi the ticket straight.
as little of tho vulgar brutalities of
life as is consistent with the condi
~ . - nese women that is carried on there.
human existence. It is not
Defeat th^ Crusade tick The officers have in their possession R ET U KN): D. —M Ld rs. T. J. Harris, alone of
in the interests of the victims of
the translation of a document signed Ren Hustofi and M^. Miles who have hazing that it should be put down
et next Monday.
AND DEALEE8 IN
by this woman, her mhgter and one been to thu- Yakimaji mines, returned with the strong hand. It is the best
J . H, OLDS • PRQPRIETOR.
Mr. Lamson was in the Independ- other, in whjch she agrees, for the :home
ROCE RIES, CANNED FRUITE
: home Wedpi
Wednesday evening. They rc- thing'that can be done for the rough
AND AFTER MAY 16, THERE
. ent County Cowy^tion when they sum of $470, to prostitute her person port the mines
mes a 1 1 mmbug, and say
if ill be a regular stage running be
commenced voting for a candidate for for the space of four years, and if she that all of J the old Experienced min- er it such a pleasure and privilege to
tween l^ifayette and Portland, making
bully the youngsters, to show them
weekly trips, leaving Lafayette every Fri
Clerk, but before he result was an- fails to meet all thd conditions of the no very ■ Hch
morning at 8 h o o'clock,
" ’ digging
H’rwill be struck.
nounced he left the room knowing agreement, she forfeits all the money, Welcome e home boy$
Nuts of all kinds, j
for it. A single decided act, like that
that he was being voted for. He and must go back to her master.
J f "F
A NEW HACK
doubtless thought) they would nomin
Wo hea£ of another suicide, this of the Michigan Faculty, will do
more to convince* the .youth of that
the very best Photographs,
Will be placed upon thia line in a fhprt
ate him and being absent would not go t^TFor
to Bradley A Rulofson’s Gallery
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be called upon to say whether or not with an eleavtor , 429 Montgomery Aforgan,
Well knowja iu this county. than any amount of lecturing. —JL Fine Wines and Liquor* f«>r Medicinal EXPRESS and other business attended to
tuayltf ' ppromlly,
he would accept the nomination.
Street, San Francisco.
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