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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1875)
Upon surveyed lands, and if upon un-
then within six
Ned says that since it hen become months after the survey thereof by
fashionable for the women I toi wear the United States, file plat of said
Y, JANUARY 8,
NOTES AND NEWS,
jrom last week.)
il dry, or moist, or i
moist. There are
f Administrator’s Sale
OF BOTH SEXES.
f<vlt hats that one hat now »applies located section, together with prtdof
the family. At times a plume ift add thereof, with the Register of the laihd
No Charge for. Aivice and Conrultalion.
1.N the undesigned. sole administrator of
In the county.
Office for the district wherein said lo
| dispatches from New Or ed3 thereto.
D r . J. B. D vott , graduate of Jefferson
I ít $tcounty richly w
virtue of three several orders of the county
The Bulletin seems to endorfis the cated section may be situated; and or partly,
Medical College. Philadelphia,-author of sev
Court of Yamhill county. State of Oregon,
leans H will be seen that the military
of re-sale -
valuable works can be consulted on <11
8th day of September, A. D.,
r is well watered nd I made op
backed! by the Grant Administration outrageous acts perpetrated in i’ New upon approval thereof, the same sh^ll
diseases of the sexual or urinary organs
1874, anti on the
itnii « day
(which he has made an especial study) ei
also partly prairie
has didbajndud the Legislature of the Orleans, and is bitter in the detfunci- be noted uponthe township plat in said wooded i in
in male or female, no matter from what
and!; ^ h ‘ a
*_ office, and thereafter all lands #ver * Is the^pilH île and adapted to ~ A. D., 1875, authorising, empowering and
The Legislature ations of "Copperheads
cause originating or of how long standing.
licensing him to sell the said real property
A practice of 3o years enables him to treat
growth of fruit, he hereinaft.er^’escribed, will as said admin-
was or ;a»ized on Monday lust and a cesb ” It should not be so Severe on which the said road shall pass shall riculfur^
with success. Cures guaranteed
vine, and to cai lo-
be sold, located or disposed of by<he culture tyl
Charges reasonsb’e. Those at a distance *
major y 'of the members elect were some of its late quill-drivers. T J
can forward letter describingsvmptoms^and.
Demo< ats and opposed to Grant, his
A. D., 1875,
It is reported that the Reported man United States, subject to such right
enclosing stamp to prepav postage.
very fertile and is n^ell .
at the hour of one o’clock P. M. of said day
Bend for the Guide to Health Price 10c.
brother-ija-law Casey; and the. usurp intended going East l^st week; but of way so located as aforesaid;
adapted so a$ triculture in alt ita
,t i- at the Court House door in LnfayettC, in
J. fc, l-YOTT, M. D.
Provided, That the line of said road
county, duly sell at public auction, to
er Kelfogg. The Administration in when, he got in Portland thought
Physician and Burgeon. 104 Duane St. N.Y.
ous braiicbes? and I have no hesitas ^cy i said
the highest bidder for United States gold
anticipktipn of the event of the or- ' that another of our Representatives shall be completed withiu ten yusrs iu say in|r iqflE Mptypples, pears !nd êoin to be paid at the time of sale the fol
io wing described real property belonging
ganizatjon and intending to seat ' in Congress might die
d there might thereafter;
plums it can^ rot be excelled by $ny ‘ tosaiddecease«! at the tiineo? Ms death*,
and now belonging to his said estate, to-
Prodded, further, That the Oregon countryljn th
enough^f thu defeated Republicans be an election during His ' absence
e world: neither ca: it wit:--------------------------- ,
Central Pacific Railway. Company be excelled m
The donation land claim of Nancy Ann
to insul fe I majority, sent Gen. Sheri- he wrould lose a piece. *
a wheat growing c< n-
Layheld and thé heirs at Jaw of D;ivl«l J,ay-
shall have the right to take froifi the try, both as.|
Orleans to take charge of
W ashington , January 5.—In the
- as¡. > quantity and qua y- fv id ' deceas'-d. Nolifica ion, No. 7173 and
ry and do the job which House, to-day, Mr. Ort of Iowa, re- public lands of the United States, such a?t tind ts a failure of the wKbat more particularly described, as follows, to-
up at Washington. Sheri- ported a bill granting right of way timber, stono and other materials crop is 1 wveir;! known in Oregon. Our
h I -Q
Atnwrterly.— January uum-
The southwest one-fourth, the southeast
aire i"’¥ tains over 1Ü0 pages
d just in time to perform and depot grounds, to the Oregon
demands the highest the west one-half. <4 the northwest one
500 e grav'ii_
ngs. descriptims of more than
i^r-i fourth of section five and lot - Nôs. 4, 5, fi,
500 <.f our best Flowers and Vegetables,
tst outrage of the century, Central Pacific Railroad.
i market jrioriin the L.ver-pool n&r-
with directions fo>* culture, Coloredvplute,
[ f < n riir. cotri ^ b ]
The Re] blican member3^took poss-
Wijie is successfully fpid south, l itige two west, in Yamhill count*,
Mr. Holmes, of Indiana, moved an
etc, The most useful and elegant work of
the kind in %lie woild. Only M5 cents for
ession cjU fhe Hall the day before tlic amendment to the rffect that the
THE OLD SCHOOL SELL.
' estivated in this coun&y. State of Oregon, containing 435 41 100 acres.
G. W; GOUCHER,
the year, l’ublis'ic I in Engl'sh and Ger
|on was to take place and ; States through which ¡the road may
; organ i
Cattle a rd iKpep raising is a profcta-
Mark to the sound, I know it well;
there all night. When tho
ble bu8ii|c,_„____ __ ________ _ _
pass shall b^vc the ri, flit to regulate ’1 is the silvery t»ue of the old school bell
.R uk ¡tester, N. Y,
January 8th. 1875. (
hour for gani<ation arrived the Hall fares and freights.
:su pursuits auu nijuu
As it r iu S out 10 d. clear and strong.
inal settlement . NOTICE IS
with soldiers and the officer
The amendment was ogreed to and i
herrbygixen that Mary A. Parrish,
Over. .lie heads of the faithful fow.
in coini nd in obefiience to the coui- the bill passed.
ntry of the Pacific c^ast
administratrix of the
?!-ta e of Jacob Par
bei final account in
uited States. Easty^rn
mauds & tbe Administration took
The Senate Finance Committee Hinging its melodies ro nd and round.
¡•«id e late, and tlmt the County Judge ot?L
the House end put out a have reported adversely on the bill to Till fainter comeriiBacli in rmu.ing ><nmd,
Of the finest grazing Yamhill cm nty. Oreg-n, liasortTerel that
said final acco Til be lea rd * n Tuesday the
piumbetypf the conservative members establish a Mint at Portland, Oregon. Like recollections of some faint dream
2nd day of i eferuary, 1<5, at one o'ch ck
yby fore/ atnd thereby made a Repub
Lome on tiie bosom of time's rapid stre 1m.
I*. M of sa:d day. a| the Court-House in La
A correspondent who ought to know
te i. said co n>y. Alt persot s inter
le-bi ecdmg be esiiyaud
The ■ Democratic
are her fore required tdapnear at
all about it, writes to the
that "Twat 0 ily’hidden "i.entii ineniorie- sea.
Bpeakety who had been elected and
said time h* d place and make oljectio a
the story is incorrect which has been The winds .of the past Jtst rippled he wave
nt, as a general tiling thereto to said final account if anv xnt.
s the Conservative and.honest Republi-
MARY A. PA R 'H,
so extensively published in the news And echoed the a -end the school be.1 gave;
om.seventy-five cents tewne
can lneftibers marched out of the
paper« to the effect th^t Smith, who
el,.and can bw readily
Jan. 8 187'.
Hall wty^ch was in the possession of pretends to be Governor of Arkansas,
OF TH! PACIFIC C
‘of. Cattle are worth from
By this means the
___ OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
is named Volney Voltaire Smith, and 'J hat used to 11 eei« n ti e < Id scho< 1 poi nd
_io .ce is he.eby giVen that the un
inistration intends to' run
I . Í e~-
that his father, Delazon, commonly When we heeded well that dear old s ’iind.
adiriinistrat r of the estate of
that particular State, This
i orrest, deceased, has ti rd in the
called Delusion, Smith, gave him
huí P i; sheep about two Mol- c o nly Cou tof Yauihill county. State of
infamous act of tyranny
is the 1
that tremenduous naijoe because of
. Wool from twenty-ài ve Oreg -n. his final acvbunt of his admiui-ira-
. FBOM AMITY.
ever been perpetrated in the
tion of s .'id es ate and that sai.l ( oart has
his violent hatred oi Christianity.
-•eOs per pound; butter ijom ordei-ed that said account be heard by said
United $tates, and is denominated as
Our regular correspondent at lie
• ou. t ut the Court-Honse in s ¡id cohnty.-on
Our correspondent surs that Smith
li 01 SCO..
such Lj&evcry leading newspaper iu
Tuesday the 2nd d iy of March'. 1*75. at ten
abovenamed place, sends us the fol-
the elder, who died in >860, was con
a . m . of said day, at which time and
the Union. What would the people
1' ■ ■■■L
place persons interested tnav <>b;ect there
verted under the pieaching of the lowing items:
ito ¡fifty cents per dozen. §
Tùe Great Pap
Rev. Henry Clay Duan in Iowa, and
Jan. 8 1 75.
Lie Pt here any manufacturing
has been two new cases since Christ
Howatdcha ad gone to Salem last fall
was afterward a licensed preacher of
Xustrial establishment^ in
and unsgVt :ed enough Democrats and the Methodist denomination, officiat mas, but as winter advances the vio
WFOT'CM OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
r tyud of what kind.'
lence of the fever so tins to di crease.
l ¡híOiST TTll ACTIVE
Indepen^L sats to leave a Republican
Lv Notice is hereby given that ti^e un
Lu Yauihill county quite a der igued. su e executrix of the late will of
ing as pastor of a chutiph in the same The well known face of Dr. Watts
EEATUBE - .
xuajoi^tyy iu the Legislature?. They
n i’lrrt ide (olsysnlon
r f e really
State in 1851. Aftei^vard he emi
County Court of Yainliill county, »•tate of
since on a prof ssiohai visit. We feel
ye denounced it as an un
dr «e t.;e *' ¡pekly” is i^equale:i.
grated to Oregon, andl^ as one of the assured that with tile co-opvrutioii of
Oregon, her hnal account of her a<lmnustr.i-
tbou HAVE IT.
act of tyranny. At the
tion of the estate of said deceased, and that
first United States Senators elected in our lcSKlcut physician with Dr,. AV.
Grant SLeridan has done a
! whpps, plaining mills, 4ish heard by it at the Cvurt-housc in said c<»un-
the new Statu. Wu atu told that he the terror of the dreaded disease will
similar ty|st iu the South. The New
factories, boot aiidslioe, End tv ou T; esduy the 2nd*day of March, 1S75,
never contested the sunt of the pres soon be over.
’/ys, the leading Republican
It was tod bad (financially) for ¡the
a ;&1 saddle shops, &3.; ^nd 'time and place any pei son in erested may
ent Attorney-General Williams in the
‘lithe Union, denounces it in
doctors tbityl Hiiorty Williams’ leg
ti e QbjejHijus to sail id account
Senate, but stood head, and shoulders was not caught under the wagoil he
M. A. ETZWILER,
• The JSun calls -on the
bitter - tsqns.
Ja :. 8, 1^75.
/F manufacturing of frti’in
above Williams in Or
succeeded in tipping over a few days
-- --------------------------u ■ V
( to imjM^ach
cai if easily believe, j ago while loaded with sixty bdsbufs
DMINISTR ATOR’S notice .- notice
equivalent in Curren
is the crowning outrage of Graqtism,
Finally, the name of the Arkansas
Ims deen duly anmimed adnilnistra'or of
find inch acts as these insures the
iker, as a new
times for the wagon maker
ifleent MAP of
r good sites for mills jiud the es a-e ot Gbr Jon K. Henry, deceased.
Smith is not Volney V|oltaire Smith,
r^vhebning defeat of his party in
tile PaciCe Coast Ire-
rill b* lined with thesu.es- ta'e will please nresent them 1o said ad-
but Volney Volks Sm^h.
ensullhg elections and will make
to every subscriber.
jninistm orwi libi six months from «late;
A special! 1 meeting was ordered by
and all jiersons knowing themselves in
f he Good Juuiplar, Lodge New Year s
. DE YOUNG dt CO.,
triuin ph of the Democracy an ea
vhatJfiieans of couveyal ce debted to sai-1 estate will please call and
WINNEMUCCA BAILI ROAD
BILL. eve for the purpose of confcrringjd«-
8 um Franriac*.
iy thing rn 1876. No honest man
grees, after wl
which un oyster supper
Tiiu affair passed of 111 a
• Lafayette, Ore go 1 vTec. 18, 1874.
oxk . r
which was introduced by Gen. Nes- pleasant style.
uq 6 ^f the court try is ci
s “Fish Pond”
ijiho county by rail slud
the source of much uiarnmeut, i^s it
I I I
NINAL SETTLEMENT. -NOTICE IS
fto Portland, and from
The same Bill has lw en introduced
L BOUNTY AGAINST
hereby given 'hat the .administrator <>f
Our old friend, Dick Simpson; is
in the Senate by Col. ^Colly:
all parts of the world in
the estate uf Hamilton M ll 'r, deceased, has
ted^icis and sailing vessels of tiled his final account or said «state in the
A bill granting the ri^ht of Way and prospering finely; looks the very pic
ture of contentment; is city druggist,
Probate Court,/nd that the said C«uit bvs
st |hd largest class, i
depot grounds to the Oregon Cen
he Eastern States a’e cov-
ordered that the same be heard at the Feb
P. M., and Wells, Fargo «& Uo.’8 eiX-
• couuty still Aufected r-.nry term th- teof. on Tuesday the 2nd day
ered^with snow and complaints of
tral Pacific Railway Company preas aguit
unsafe by Indi- of February, 18<5. at 10'oMock A. M. of
through the public lands of the
cold weather are proverbial, “Old
said day, at which time objections will be
’ ’ . ■ •■■■ I
heard io said final acc mnL
¡ is enjoying the beautiful
This.notice is publi hed br order of H.
*plo ate as safe iii Yain-
! Farmers in this county Be it enacted by the Sena^ \rtd |/ot’se of leictliii-g the most important (n iu.‘- adaptcd&o t^tese pursuits and atfno Hurler, Judge of said < ourt.
atr as the people of Switzer-
LOUIS M. MILLER.
♦re at)le tiplow their lands, although
ine>j* interests Of Louisiana, liiave distant .my
ik Indians. f
Is widely known
America in Conqre f^emble^:
December 31. 1575.
/ fr:jal |
it is now mid-winter, preparatory • to
which *t lev*
as one of the most
seeding. Even our sister*State, i, Cal-
if not ot, tq
th which the settler is expos-
IV expose the scheme of * the
otice of final settement .-
wbich has always been re-
ur bounty by natural events,
ever discovered for
Notice Is hereby givenrthat the un
Returoiiig Board to cheat the e<4- countiiql
dersigned esecu. or of tlie will of Edward
cleansing the sys
asl the ‘‘Eden of the Pacific
Tilion, deceased, lias presented ip the-
tem and purifying ■
County Court of Yamhill county, Oregon«
q$h’t wear the feather any
pie of that Stale out of the resplt«
the blood. It has .
Ills final account of his a Iminisfratinn ot
llrn^er, blit must yield it up to this
the estate of said deceased, and that said
of Hie la*t election. Willi «.fraud ture a:
stood the test of
profit ttl^y ;«S no drawbacks or dangers, court has ordered 'that said account bo
1 A San Diego dispatch of re
years, with a con
uleut State Government in.po^r, Yus. fW gEpatuftd events, epidemics,; uh
beard by said com t on Saturday, January
h, 1874. at 11 o’clock A. M. of said day,
stantly growing rep
says that snow had been
and with the courts in the po?i‘>a brings
which t’me persons interested tnayob-
utation, based on its
j Ms, venomous reptil.s, or at
r twenty-four hours steadi-
intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re
8. ». BAXTER,
kes measuriug two and one-
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
ai all these pests as any Lafayette, Oregon, I
jspurron? Governor-the Chief |iis-
es. Snow fell sp thick and
beneficial to children, and. yet so searching
Deceinlier, 11, 1874 ¡
t|the | world.
as to* effectually purge out the great cor
darken the say.
of the blood, such as the scrofulous
nonneed a swindler by the Un|tckl
re had no snow thus far, ex-
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
cepting | I little “spit” of snav which
or diseases that have lurked in the system
States Supreme Court-- they 'feel
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti*
fell some ¡time since during thg night
. 'i i 7 V J I«'
that they have no protecVoh
dote, and disappear. Hence its wonderful
and-ineltbd as soon as it t ouched the
The undersigned from and rf er this da'e
against a conliuunnce of the ride
cures, many of which are publicly known,
ground. | Many of our citizens were
of Scroftila, and ail scrofulous diseases,
which lias.wrought Fticli niw
when told that snow had
Ulcers» Eruptions, and eruptive di». -
RETURNS OF HOL SANDb
orders of the skin, Tuntors, Blotches.
IS Oì^’E ID BY THfci lOSlPO.XE-
LIBRARY OF KY- etc., at cost for cash.
• > W.*
Boils, Pimples, Pustules, Sore&St.
-Iioubl make itself fe’tin Congre4L
Anthony’s Fire, Bose or Erysipe
: Ve W re Landed a letter a few days
This L no h in bug. Bring on your coin las, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald
AND LAST UU a -
It remains to be seen wheiher, 1’0 V i'EJ your
rincé frt n Wni. B. Price, of Dewitt,
Head, Ringworm, and internal Ul
DKAW1NG. THE MAN-
and we wi l prove to you thaï we mean
after the le eon of the late eledtjon CERT;
of the Uterus, Stomach,
I • and Liver.
RE TWIN num
THE MONEY IF THE what we wy-
It also cures other com-
he stijrsd' “I have got tired of being
NOT COME OFF
plaint% to which it would riot seem especi
to shoulder thefisurpaiion ahyj n- A T fl|it
We would further give notice to all per
pestered jtyrith grasshoppers and hot
Y NO W APPOINTED.
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
' T ' . $250,0X1 sons knowipg iheinselvca indebted to ua t sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease.
|ty|d »m going to start for Orc-
ger; whether it Bias yot paine ti f- tfni- ‘an furnittu
. 100 0.0
OnJ^rand à^sb Gift
Female Weakness, Debility, and
¡n';|Ap ril. Four other persons'
licici t independence to intepcre- One ran and
<5 0:JO call i.limed a.ely and settle up as we intend Leucorrheea, when they arc manifesta
. 5u 0 4)
laccopipany me to find homes.”
,j.u«f |;ash tiifu.
if 'Kellogg’s partiurn ReturiiiHg One
I A <1 i* L
tions of the
, i scrofulous poisprs.
. .ÎMt.i O » lUitd :g busmen at an eirly day.
Mafe in assuring Mr. Price
of health an<|
■Ì Casi there.i*
Board undertakes to carry ofi its
feds that Yamhill county of-
* FERGUSON A BIRD.
lirts, _ 14,000 «-¡ach, ..140 0 i
Fi Cast *speciA
appetite and 1 vigor of the digestive organs,
^juany inducements to emi
L afayette , Jan. 1,1 75.
ii|( u,0 j 0 eacty ..HW,U0>
dissipates the depression and listless lan
vole of the State.
grants as any other county in the
> i a-l i'ift', • 4.IX) > eacli . .lln.OiH
/3 000 each. . . 9Ü.00J
) Cat ,. ijGi.ts,
Stage. She soil is rich and fertile
2,0 .0 e i hi ..ltWOOu
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
NOTICE TO FARMBR8.
An old farnior, gives it
D Cash riiifta, • 1 ,(»0 ea h
au^groWsas fine grain a< can be
for cleansing the blaod. The system moves
fact iif o! 8, if s
Mr ii 0 tasty
• 50<> ea:li ..12 ».DUO
found in! the world. Lands pan be
100 each .. 50,000 ning and a>e* toady to buy wheat or ex oh with renewed vigor and a new lease of
or leased on reasonable
of observation and experience, that
ha >ge fur wheat, or to grind for LdE or t<
ts $70. . Halves $15. Tenths, chop tor toll or any other way to suit th«,
k Th II 14.
the arrival of a circus will tjifuore
lani $5. Eli-ven whole
Persons w.shinx H eir own wheat grou
■ r •
¿FFor the very best Photographs,
will plea-urdii the same through a fai
jr the location
or inform Hion, add re s
mill in order to insure extra fond flour.
.to lWley $ Bulofoon’s Gallery
Commandment than a do^n Suu- Foi ioke1 veyed
,F 429 Montgomery
Dayton March 10,1874.
Agent and Manager.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ETKBÍWHXM»
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[ft i x~-E
Sejling Off at Cost.
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Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
PraeHccrf ««ut issatosi Crimri».