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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1st, 1875
Happy New Year to all.
sale the property of Thomas Henry.
g Now is tho the time to buy goods
¿cheap, and Ferguson & Bird’s is the
'Ipiacc to buy them as they are selling
; . . Or
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off at 4- a
See .B adv
G. W. Goucher, administrator of
fthe estate of John H. Huss, deceased,
will sell said estate at public auction
Monday next. See adv.
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\ e never do. But if the man that’s
A G ood
Sheriff is hav-
h truing a coal pit on “Piety Ridge”
¡r^s tied so that lie could get the full ing he cage fixed up in a substantial
H nefit of tAu smokj, we might be manner by placing heavy cross bars
across the front. He is also having
jjJrputy County Clerk Hubbard has the chairs repaired. Now let the
iindly furnished up with the follow County Court order that the tioOr in
ing “s-s-s-statistics:” No. of mar- the hall be fixed up. Th« cost will
ri tgo liceus » isstu-d since July 13th, be.small.
tlurty-six; No.«of dueds recorded, 114;
Nu. of daeds iihid fur record, 60.
E lected — At a regular meeting
The dance to be given to-night at
Dayton for thd procureiusnt of a bell
[for the Uvw school bouse, p*-otnisus to
oca gitu«d iiifiiv. 1 bo ubject is a
.worthy one aud well duaerves a good
«’tendance. Don’t stay away be-
cause you can't dance for you can en
joy yourself at the sociable to bo giv-
ru in connection with the dancJ.
We would advise the young gen-
tleiuiUi who, with bis especial s'wictr
Hess, was riding around in a buggy
the other day, and who, while coming
down the LLllieau hill, improved the
opportunity to thuow hi; south paw
artuuid his caulitiower, pull her over
tojnin, and coniiie uc< d ro_ehaw her
neck to—well, to look behind him in
orejur to see if anyone is near enough
to see a-hat is going on before he at
tempts it again.
Deputy Sheriff Ba«cer a few days
ago attach«/d some property belong
ing to a man liaiuev. .Hoffman. The
I’ iroperty consisted of a blacksmith’s
tit of tools. Due notice was given
of the sale. The day finally arrived
for the sale to take place and the
deputy went to sell the said property
and when he arrived there all that re
mained was an anvil, bellows and vice.
These evidently were too he^vy to
carry off. Here, it seems to us, is an
excellent opportunity for somebody
io rise and explain. Tbe costs grpw-
* ing out of these cases are liable to be
rather expensive to some of those in
A S trange S tory . —About twen
ty-five years ago a man by the name
of William Blair wandered from the
baristi of St. Stephens in the Province
<u Xew Brunswick, uo one know
a . hither, carrying two small children
—girls, the eldest but ten years of
departure of the father the children
j .were cared for by strangers and part
< ut tue time they were charges upon
the Parrish, until they became old
« nough to work and make their own
bu[»port as best they could. For more
t mm twenty-$V6 years after their fa-
1 ner left they never heard a word
lioyi him, and their recollectiou of
XAiuur had almost faded from mem-
«> y. The eldest marrisd a man named
arters, and settled in Hainesville,
During the past I
y- ar, through tbe instrumentality of
Hurley and Rev. T. A. "Vyood,
}.£r*. Wartera heard of tho death of
.A father and that he had willed to
km two children valuable property,
i .uvided they could be found, and if
i <>t, the estate went to another party.
Lx..». W. and sister forwarded proof
«4* their identity as being the daugh-
i i of • ‘Billy (Blair,” as he was famil-
called. A discription of the
j-.operty bequeathed to them was
3< h warded.
Among other things is a
J .«« farm situated on the Willamette
Htfcr. Hearing this they concluded i
tu more to Oregon and make this
Last Saturday Mrs.
SHORT POSTPQNE m L n
Kentucky my portion creut
portant trust in behalf of 'the Public
Library and the ( ticket holders of the
: erest ed
er than have a fw itional
the 30th inst., I. ^eem it
interest of those i
February 27, 1875i at wliKh time the
drawing will p^si ivelyj>|ake place,
• faith to-
and as a guaranty s of g<
wark ticket-holdeifev we
selves to refund xt|> any t ^kct-holder
his money, upou '¿»resent jftjon of his
ticket,' should i’t draw |lg fail to
¿¡onio off at the day Slow ixed. The
MACHINE. NO COMBINATION!
correspondent at Sheridan
sends us th«i following items.
At the Christinas ball at the Grange
Hull there were seventy-nine tickets
sold,. The music was furnished by
Messrs. T. L. Glaze and — Mills,
Well-known musicians of Dallas, it is
needless to say the music was good,
as was t..e supper furnished by Mrs
inal settl ! ^MENT—NOTICE IS
hereby giVen d |Ht the administrator <>f
the estate of Hamiltj jjn Miller, deceased, baa
tiled his final aecoti« lit ot said estate in the
the said Couit ha«
Probate Court, and |lint
ordered that the sad Be be heard at the'Feb-
rnary term thereof,! Tuesday the 2nd day
of February, 18.5. nl E10 o’clock A. M. of
said day, at which n fine objections will be
heard to said final jii tfcuunt.
wi-bed bf order of H.
This notice is
Hurley, Judge o? Sa fa < ourt.
L &UIS M. MILLER.
December 31, 1375.
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NQTICE T| FARMERS.
The Dayton Floutl [hg Mills are .now run-
n>ng and’aie*)C.uiy0!tO buy wheat or ex
change for wheat, oif to grind for toll, or to
chop lor toll or any I ilher way to suit the
Persons wishing tlj air own wheat ground
en e nm
jlhe sj s ime through a tanning
mill in order
_._L___ lo > t fn.suil
--— p extra food flour.
HARKER A Co.
Dayton March Id, 13. T'*
No. 34 licntgii
S A H
t THE PARHÏR CUN
“W iiat I K now , I K now ,” «aid
the great surgeon Magendio. “Give
me stubborn facts: I care not for the
ories.” This is sound doctrine. Pos
sibly a medical martinet might be
able, in a plausible way, to show why
D r . W alker ’ s V inegar B itters
ought not to cure indigestion, Headache,
Nervousness, Liver complaint, Mus
cular Diseases, and Miasmatic Fevers;
but a> they do in every instance effect
that object, his fine theory would be
a waste of worda. As Magendie said,
the world demauds facts, not specula
¡3TFor the very best Photographs,
go to Bradley & Rulofson’s Gallery
with an eleavtor , 429 Montgomery
Street, San Francisco.
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letters of adminll tratiodfjh ibvo been
? ranted to the undersk
!onrt of Yamhill coni it yor boon, hpon
tbe estate of Benjaini; - fanl Enn, doeeus-
ed, and all persons hai •Ingcla §hs against
said estate are require^ to pre^ Mnt them to
me at iny residence nea t hlierii Bn,in Yam-
hill county, with the lirojxï S vouchers,
&te of this
within six months fri
E. C. Bradshaw attd| pay ta f Ihe estate.
Ps >£*SC1 10GGIN.
November tetto, 181
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otice is here ;
w. lM. r | m 0Y
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REAL ESTA'. ? AGEfVT
COM PCT ITO Rd
Is Prepared to do all kinds
• f —-
ANY JOB OFFICE
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L E GAL
OF ALL LXH
On Hand or Printed to Order
J. A. falBO WBK1 DUE,
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•t _ ’'A • n
Manufacturer and dealer in
Cutlery, Surgical and Dental
Ño. 131 l ira Street Portland
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Direct importer snd dealer in
Leather and Shoe Findings,
N6. ^41 Front street.
JOHN A. HK c K,
WATCHMtK BTK (Formerly with Beck A Son)
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
No 105 Front street, spe
cial attention given to re-
priring watebi s, clocks and
(Jders by mail or express
promptly »tended to. ,
!I7*Us? the straight needles.
Makes Lock stitch, runs
light a d will do either light
or heavy work without
change <>f adjustment, being
an improvement over all
buy no machine until you
have examined the Wilson—
the price is 'Fen to Twenty '
dollars lessjh.in others.
Needles Tor all machines
Fend for Circular and Price
Gen'l Agent, «
119 Third street Portland,
LEA I HER
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THIS PMRT OF THE STfiTE
To whom It may Concern:
WTtT.cs h hereby given that ther« is no
longer auv partnership between J.B.
HARKER of Dayton. Oregon and JAMES
C. VAN RENSSELAER. oM’ortland. Ore
gon, which partnership formerly existed at
Daytonunder the nameot HARKEK4 Co.
Notice is also given that neither said J.
B. Harker or any other por-on is or has boon
for tbe past six months authorized to con
tract any indebtedness that will bo binding
joiotly upon tbe owners of the Dayton
Flouring Miil, and notice is furthermore
given that Anna Van Bensaelaer will not
pay any portton of any indebtedness or ex
pense of any kind whatever, which has BUSINESS CARDS, FAXCY FLAIC a BD*
within the time above named or may here-
nfter be iucurred in or about or in behalf of
said mill, nor permit the same to become a
lien upon her interest therein.
VISITING CARDS. LABELS, OimA*
Pit. C. SCHUYLER.
Agent of Anna Van Rensselaer and guardi
an of estate of J. C. Van Renaeeher.
P obtlaxd . Ogn. Sept. 8, 1x74, .
DR. ALFRED KINNEY. '
R oom N o . 7, D ekum ’ s B vilding .
N. W. p i/\
tv rnr . Firat and
wx iw Washington.
PORTLAND, OREGON. ’
in Chebalem Office Hoar«—9 to II a. m. till after 5 *.
Office in the Court Hi
title* to suit purchaser
gjTReridence and <
YAMHILL Co|nty, OGN.
PERSONS WISHING' TO INVEST IN
Real Estate will doit ell to call on me
i aw, before
purchasing eifer'* ore.
I have land of all var íes, and in quan-
lafayettb J ÌOÌIEG
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WEST MER i ÍEN.CT.
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h . A iken . Awbrnifc' |t-Law and
Diid Ari vy of the Re-
Commander of 1 he Gr.
pyhllc in California al 1 Nevi rfa, willgive
prompt attention to t [te cqD< Qt ion of Ad-
dit ional Travel Pay, row Ui te California
i and Neva la Voluntee p dfÁ i nrged more
i than three hundred
| Soldiers can depend < F 1 »ff Eeaiing. In
I formation given f’rei gor it urge. When
A Christinas Tree made glad tho writing . enclose
........ b for pe iand state
n n rl regime'
tvtm _ j anu
hearts of many of the good people of company
et her you
( Irin nF
om g reft fits extended I A Free CcrpySto whoever pets p a Club.
this placv and neighborhood. One
.’OI¡flio time for tiling (jaim^ ^additional
Q Copier, One
ar, • ¡10 50
the merchants her« is reported to * itoiinty’und^rActofS^iy
j I sm , to-Jan-
- - 5.8 OO
cidi ini 1 iftst be tnadd
have sold over £800 Worth of pres- , navy 187'», soall such
tainty of $100
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X. l - _: * _______ .1 1 „ 4k.
• rd O I “ that
I 11 CT.I time,
I I III V«
e -^ g
i ' before
1 he affair was given under the hft# becn anowed nil 1 Á|oln Hl |i:s who en- xo Cop
1‘uyablej TJ advsncoL. U.
listed before July t2, «il Or l)»ree years,
_ S. Goli
___ Coin ■
auspicios of the I. C. K. C.
if not naid the sdm wì
or ■ I equivalere in Currency
The I. C. R. C. encampment is in a i Land Warrants canj’ olí. Mi iBdTor oerv-
ices rendered beforg i
nt |ot lor serv- *, A mXi
prosperous condition J
M LP Of
ices in the late war.
afor late war
At a regular meutipg
Sheridan and 1812 obtained and ihei
id when al-
the I udfic Coast [re
lowed for less than
it bf warrants,
Grange No. 98, on the 12th, tbe fol- | • ' but
to every su scribe..
no pensions are allpwi
8p Mexican sen
lowing members were elected to fill , and Flo.ida war soldifitfs.
ne of Texas CH
DE YOUNG t CO., Pi'opr
J he several offices; W. Savage, M.; ' lias granted Pensions Jo sj T' aying veter-
1 ans of Texas Revolulipiu
N. M. Tappan, O.; J. E. Brown, 8.; and Mobile Prize Monky ij
All Postmasters | ra authorised
piv due and
H. H. Graves, A. S.; Jerry Lamson. being paid. W. H, Alien j gjattends to
rive Subscription j Specimen
Law and Cq|le^tipi «Nines«.
eenifree. Siati* ron one .
L:; W. Gv Lady, 0,; T. E. Fristoe? General
Sac.; T. N. Graves, Treasurer; J. F.
Buwley, G. K.; Mrs. S. E. «ewiey,
Bewley, w ^ tot ICE OF FINAL ¿E' fcMENT.—
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Ceres; U. Chapman, P. ' The hour jji Notice Ts hereby divea' at the nn-
being late the plection of L. A.. S.
ted to thq
Hilton, deceased, ba^jpi
and F. were postponed until the next County Court of Yanim|l
I y. Oregon,
Jauuary 2d, st | h‘s flnul
1 that said
the estate of said dece
which time the officers will be pub court lias ordered tl •Jah account be
licly installed by Wm. Savage, M. heard by said court on
Since their organization this Grange at which rime personslMnfere ed may ob-
hav.e built themselves a fine two- ject thereto.
The Grange at this place has 85
December, 11, 1874 »
sehd stamp fo CIRCULAR
high es r
The Great Papei
Liner, Mechau al| Merchant.
OUR BOYS A n 4 4
MEN T IS A
EEATUHE f 11 •
As a Flrteifia u »pMion
r the Family
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Cr. ie the “R kklg’ is
EVERY GRA1 Q.
HA VE IT.
“'She Home Machine Co.“
only one that refused to
join the Sewing Machine Ring
Prices of all kinds of Sew
ing Machine Needles reduced
BEST to 60 cents per dozen. Price
List, Circulars and full par
ticulars sent to any address
Home Sewing Machinet S.
VY. corner Morrison and 3d
street, » •
TWO HRsT PREMIUMS,
State Fair, 1878.
Largest manufactory north
of Sap Francisco. A full as
sortment of Sugar toys, eor-
□ocupias, Wax Candles, etc,
MANVFACTOBT for the Holidays
ALISKY A HEGELE,
No. 107 First street.
Well Assorted foreign and.
domestic drugs, chemicals,
and medicines at the new
drng store of
(Corner First and Oak sts.,
Apothecary Orders from the country
attended to with care and
dispatch. P. O. box, 218.
J. K. GILL A CO?
75 First Street.
ccho <1 Books. Hank books,
miscellaneous books, and a
FULL line of stationery, at
Stationery, low rates.
Da. j . b . P ilkington ,
Professor of Diseases of th«
Eye and Ear in Medical
Department of tbe
Office cor. First and Wash
ington sts. Portland, Ogn.
Makes a speciality of the
digeasee of tbe Eye, Ear,
Xoe* and Throat.
r AU RIST.
*yes straightened. Artificial
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prescribed for imperfect vis
SIN FRANCISCO, L
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Extra attaehmsnis for doing
«11 kinds of work: FREE.
Manufacture commenced in
RU N NI N G 1873. Over 80,00U in use.
Mr. A. J. Dufur, State
P, of H., has made*4
HOME special arrangements
with directions tor .jmlture. Colored plate,
etc, The most «sefiii and elegant
* a . or
the kind in the Svo4|j|L. Only 35 «enta for
the year. Publishe I- in English and Ger
Addftss. JAMES VICK.
Rochester, N. Y,
ple and family left this place last
Nevcr sufl>r long frqtj
of the world. whttti' i 1 you
Monday morning fur their nt-w home 1 hyiry Tectoral, it ia Li eri
F or E ugene . —Mr. Eugene Sem
It is his rr inten- voii <1<» not c-ire it.
near Eugene City,
tiun to 1 aise sheep.
Sold on a new plan. >25 to
guarantee to all ii r creati
will be fairly and honestlj dealt with,
The money paid fyir ticki isi.is sacred
of Day tou Lodge, No. 20, I. O. O. F., ly preserved against al^'^ontingen-
payÄ^nt of the
held last Wednesday, the following cies until after tl
officers were eleetvii: I. -Niohol«, N. gifts,'after which je exjriiíáses are to
G ; J. Shipley, V. G.; F. A. Hill, K. be reimbursed an__ ¡the
S.; J. Jones, P. 8.; S. R. Baxter, Ti; ry to be paid its profits. «Ot
J. Jones, 8. R. Baxter and J. W. Ca
THOS. E. lit. AMÍgTTE,
p j sufficient
ij that they
last, we feel assufi 1, wil
Published Quail terly.— January num-
her just issued. audL nitains over 100 page«
Though the vfievy large 500 e'lgrav.ngs, deMriptions of more than
rers and Vegetables,
enable us 600 of our best Flowers
amount now in bank wou
the interest of all^warties,
the concert and drawing t| Saturday
KEEP YOUR MONEY AT NOME.
Ave a full
ers and the Publiu Libra , to make
the postpomeinen^ Und^r' the cir
cumstances we hsve detijrmijaed in
our coLüMxr r®^'
103 Front street,
Ths undersigned from and after this date Dealer in Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and
a il sell their exk^ live and well selected
Sole agent for the Celebrated Diamond
stock of dry goodajjqucenswarc, hardware, Spectacles. Agent for American Watch
Co , National Watch Co., Howard Wateh
Co., and Chas. E. vJacot Watches. Seth
ele., etc, at cost for cash.
This is no humb|g. Bring bn your coin
07” Watches and Jewelry repaired and
expren promptly at-
All orders sent by express
and we wi 1 prov^ to you that we mean
to. Goods sold' at one price only.
No plated Jewelry of any description at
what we say.
We wou'd furthe^- give notice to all per-
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AF. SMITH &C0.
sons knowing themgel
Importers and general deal
ers in ORGANS aad PI II
call immediately and set.le up as we intend
General Agent-« for the ES
quitting business at an e»rly day.
TEY G roan and ARION P i
r.ERGU8ON X BIRD.
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, Ware rooms 105 Front St«
L afayette , Jan. j, 1-8.75.
Kentucky, that a short pos
be made to enablf ine to dispose of
the unsold tickets aud
B. L. STONE,
ne to the
trust confided to sme by
holders and the Public |
THK LARGEST JKWELRY STORK IN PORTLAND
Selling ‘ <t)ff at Cost.
given in aid of thy Public
FIFTH GIFT CONCES
As manager of tbe giffilcoucerts
to distribute handsome £ pats, yet we
should feel disappointed
last concert, shou ' we
O fficers E lected . — Following to make a fractiol .1 dra ng, how-
members of Lafayette Lodge. No. 29
I. O. O. F., were elected to fill the
y large a
We have received
several offices in the Lodge: N. G.,
number of lettersuir
F. Hubbard; V. G., J. T. Hembree;
the country from |h<
Sec., W. M. Ramsey; Treas., Thos.
J. Harris. P. P. Gates, J. E. Hub interested, urging&a
bard and Hull Johnson were elected the ' tickets are nfot
d by the
30th, that we f»M
T he C alliope f A ground . —The our sense of duty to
Almost every one knows how nice
t is to have a coal pit burnt in town. littlu stuamor Calliope on her retuyn
kVell, there i« one under headway in
trip from McMinnville had the mielpr-
the «astern part of this burg.
tune to get stuck on the rocks on the
I The steamboat will wiat at our falls, Tuesday, which detained her
|Wharf until near dark in order to ac- several hours and necessitated her to
rioiumodate all who desire to attend unload a part of her cargo. Wa be
/the ball at Dayton to-night.
lieve there was no serious damage
Wu don’t wish any one bad luck.
A CARD TO «TUB P
» Whore is “Old Probs?” We would their reports at the first term ot.the
Uks to have him tell whether there County Court in January -iustead of
•I will be any snow this winter, or not. February, as heretofore. We have
H. C. Dale, Sheriff of this county, not been able tp secure a copy of the
will sell, on next Monday, a^Sheriff's law for publication.
W»rter8 and husband arrived-at La-
fayette. They left here the fore part
of this week to make their home on
the farm where Wm. Blair had lived
the life of a hermit for so many years
and finally died. The other heir is
to follow in a short time. We wel
come them to their new home and
hope that their latter days may be
brighter and happier than their for
Don’t forget the Grangers’ dance several years been engaged in the
to be given at McMinnville to-night. livery business at Dayton. He some
how lost all knowledge of his son’s
The more we think of the coal pit whereabouts. He says that’s his boy
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pn “Piety Ridge,,” the madder we and he’s going to,write
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To R oad S upervisors .— :Tbe last
J This beautiful weather, at this sea
son of tho year, astonishes the oldest Legislature passed a law making it
the' duty df road Supervisors to iüakX
fifth gift concert. 1 y The PuWc Libra-
Tho grand ball is a thing of the
ray of Kentucky and the ti et hold-
L ost F ou $ d . —Monday’s Bulletin ers are jointly interested in t amoiyit
< Tba town went it heavy on fire- published a card from Mr. Elliott M. of the drawing. The lar
crackers last night.
Best, of Jersey City, N. J., asking in to be distributed in gifts
will be the gift awarded to ch lucky
’ Ain’t you glad that Christmas
Oregon about 14 years ago from Mich
comes but once a year?
ticket-holder and the more
igan. The party sought called at this
'o have a
The first snow of the season fell office on Tuesday and said he was the realiz.ed by the
last Sunday morning.
y to the
man. Mr. Joseph H. Best has for full drawing is sci,
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