Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, July 23, 1875, Image 2

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LAFAYETTE COURIER.
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NOTES AND NEWS.
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LEGAL
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If Rnv. Mv. Hammond while at’ Al-
bnnv only succ^ods in convertin Mart
c FRIDAY, JULY 2.1, 1875.
Browii.fehe should be satisfied.
Tho Salem lieeord- and Staletinan
WRIT OF SPECI IL ELECTION, a
, have consolidated. Up goes another
To the Sheriffs of the eeceral counties icithiu i Independent-spite-.work sheet.
the State, of Oregon;
We understand the Republicans are
W hereas , At a general electiofi talking of nominating Dr. Watts for
held on the first day of June, A. D., Con gfess.— 2'tniyerance Star,
1873, the Hon. George A. LaDow was
Just so. We’d us leave help the
duly - elected Representative of the Dr.; up Kalt River us any one we know
Stato of Oregon in the Forty-fdurth
of, although he is our fellow-towns­
Congress of the United States; and
W hereas , Since the said election, man.
said office has become vacant by the
We hear of quite a number of
death of 8aid incumbent; and
W hereas , By provision of the Con­ |inen heretofore Republican acting;
stitution of the United States, and the
«laws of this 8tate, it has become the with the Deuocracy in the prima­
duty of the Governor tlicrt-of to issue ries last Saturday in this county.
his writ of electiou to fill such vacan­ thio is ad it should be. All who
cy:
Now, therefore, I, L. F. Grover, were formally Democrats should at
Governor of tho State of Oregon, do once rejoin the Democratic party,
hereby command you and each of you
to notify the several Judges of Elec­ i It is good enough to contain with­
tion within and for your several ooun- in its ranks all who believe in an
ties, to hold a special election of Rep­
resentative in Congress to fill tho va­ honest and faithful adininistraiioii
cancy aforesaid, ou Monday’, the 25th of the Government both State and
day of October, 1875, and that you
cause all proper notices to bo given National.
thereof according to law.
The primaries last Saturday
t Given under my hand and the seal
of the 8tate of Oregon, at Salem, this were well attended in every pre
15th day of May, A. D. 1875.
cinct in the counts*, which is some­
L. F. GROVER.
thing unusual, considering the time
Attest: S. F. C hadwick , e
Secretary of State of Oregon.
of the year and that there is no
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New To-lDay.
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Sheriff’s Sale.
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irad 80 acres of 1 c of L Tupper in
sq|ct3
2 of 4 W.............. .
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Tliu
/on,
heirs
of.n
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c.
of
W
Logan
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H sects 5, 6, 32 and 33, T 5 8, ✓ 3
4(»9 acres.. .1:.... .......... .- 67 50
Thon s, J R, Lot in towu of 8t. Joe. 4 50
Talb »JR, estate of. D L C. of Hib-
bier, sectiL 21 and 22, township 5
sAuth. range 5 west; 300 acres.. 70 88
Wardae, Emeline, 100 acres of the n l
kiipf N Bean,, i.
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6 76
Wilson.----- Lois 2, 3 and 6 in block 6,
mi town of Lafayette...............
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H. C. DALE,
| SheriO'of Yamhill county, Oregon.
Lafaypti
’* itte, July 23, 1875.
WTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT liY
JL n virtue of a warrant issued by the coun­
ty clerk of Yamhill coiiuty and State of Or-
e£on. on the 21st or July, 1875, and tome
directed, commanding me’to collect lhe de­
linquent taxes for the year 1874, charged
against the persons below named, and for
u|)- ­
want ofperscnal property I 1 have levied up
on and will proceed to sell at public sale fpr
United States gold cuid at public nucliop,
in front of the court house dour, in the tpWn
of Lafayette in »aid county on
Friday the 3d day of September, A.
D., 1875,
MISCELLANEOUS.
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FRESH BEEF,
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Delivered by «
DR. LITTLEFIELD’S
JOHN BOSTON
WILL DELIVER FRESH MEAT TO
1 my patrons in Lafayette at 3 cents to
6 cents per pound.
NEW DRUG STORE
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ODD FELLOWS BUILDING.
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ut ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day, In thd County Court of the State of Ore-
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the following described tract or parcels Df gonj for Yamhill county.
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real estate, or so much thereof as will be
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IN PRORATE.
nece-sary to satisfy the taxes in each case 7w
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’ matter of the guardianship of 't lite Will be at Lafayette-’-Mon-
charged, together with costs and charges.
estate oj Guy Williams, Merrick IVilliams
Sale to continue from day to ¿lay until all
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days, Wednesdays and
or sufficient is sohl.
ami William Allen Williams, minor heirs
Adams, S C,—lot 5 in block 6, in the
of 7j, K. Williams, deceased: B. E: Lip­
town of McMinnville,.................. .$< 4 50 pincott, Guardian.
Saturdays.
Baker, Mrs L A—F Martin and wife’s
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njthis6tn (lay of July, 1875. i, comes B. E. I
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JOHN BOSTON.
—-AL8O
D C, township 4 guiith, range
7
Lippincott,
guardian
of
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the
estate
of
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3 west. .i.J......................................■ 7 87
Guy w illiatns, Merrick Williams and Win.
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Brown, M J—College addition to t .e
A. Williams, minor heirs nt' T. K. Wil-
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town of
.McMinnville,
lots
liamsl deceased, and files Ins petition, du-
2, 3. 5 and 6, on block 7..........
6 75 ly ceri Itied, praying for license to sell the
Bryant. Mrs L G—C Jsh D C, sections
real pl roperty of the estate of his said wards
deaeri bed in said petition as follows, to-
17, Is, J9 and 21, township 3
wit? i
south,
r^nge 3
west 640
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An t individed one-half interest In aryl to
acres ............................ .
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all ani 1 singular, the tract-of land contaiu-
Beer. R—D C, of Robert Beer; section
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ing
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|C, hundred
and twenty
acics; being
36, township 3 south, Range 3
a partici the original donation land claim
And a full Stock of
west; 252 acres
....................... f 18 00 of Noll th “
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Robinson
and ...................................
wife, in Yainlnll
Beal, Jo.sia—Lots 1, 2 and 6 on block
county |f, , State of Oregon, particularly dcs-
_........ ...icing
__ at the mouth of
6. in Wheatland........................... ! 28 00 cribeq as “cominen
Bannister, N D C, 100 acres............ 9 00 the Yamhill river on t he south side there-
of; thence up the soijth bank of said river
Bradbury, Phoebe—Town of Amity,
—ALBO—
tothqeast line of th® original land claim
east 1-2 of block 7; lot .3 on block
of
Lodis
LaBonte;
thence
south
along
said
6; lot 2 on block 3....................... 3 37 line tV land sold by Noah Robinson and
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Beaucamp. Elizabeth, heirs of—Part
wife tp Pete Cline; thence easterly along
* i of D LC, 150 acres of 8 and E Me
the nurth line cf said Cline tract to the
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Wil lamette river; thence along the bank
Swain, sects 8 and 9, township 3 «
south, range 4 we-t................ ; 75 of saut Willamette rtyer to the place of be-
CONFECTIONERY
f inniiig. Also a like undivided one half
S—Lots 20 and 21 in town of
general election near. The De­ Brown,
ntern?t
in
the
following
lots
of
land
in
Dayton,.................................. .
4 50 tlic.|awn of Dayton, Yamhill, county, and
WMA T DOES 1T MEAN?
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Adeline—40 acres of D L C. of
CANNED FRUITS
mocracy of this county were never Cox,
State pf Oregon, to-wit: Lots, 23, 22, 24, 25
1 F Fulquartz, .. ........................... . 2 25 26 1Q7 And 136. And it appearing to the
Of all kinds.
The Republican State Conven­ more hopeful of success, I f a good Cooper, W 8 —100 acres of D L C of
Court that it la necessary to sell said real
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Cooper,
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property,
and
that
the
sale
of
said
proper
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tion is called to meet at SaleriLon candidate is selected for Congress Crcsier, Wm-1) L C, of R Couch, sec n 25 ty is npid would be.for the best Interests
Ìnd*
" the wards
J-■- of said « guardian. > AM PREPARED
*nd benefit of
1, township 6 south, range 5 west
PREPARED ’ TO MARE A No.
the plh day of August, and the wo believe this county will give
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therefore
ordered
that the next of
80 acres .......... ............................
50 LL.
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pair
or Boots or Shoes on short
kin olwald
wards and all persons interest-
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Couch, R D L <’ of it Couch, sec 1. T
Independent Con venlion will meet him a handsome majority.
ed ‘ ii n snidestate pppear before this Court notice. ,
r Medicinal purposes.
• 6 south, range 4 west, »0 acres.
25 on t tli$ fourth day of August, 1874, at the
at the same place on the tenth of
Chrisman,
Joel
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of
Joel
Chris
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ir e'f nine o’clock
of
4 no50:tf ■
hour
_ in the
__ forenoon
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X/^Repairing done with neatness and dis
The Oregon ¡(in is predicting that
N.
man, sects 26 and 2J, tow nship 1
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said day their and thdre to show cause if patch.-
Angust. The fact that these con­ the primaries of the Independents
any tImre be why the said real property
south, range 3 west, 320 urn s . .
july9:tf
ANEY.
should not be sola in accordance with the
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Carlin,
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40
acres
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of
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ventions meet at the same place and Republicans will be poorly at
prayeior the petition of saidguardian and
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lin.
said
license
granted
as
therein
prayed
for.
Craig.
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acre
of
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of
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and nearly the same time «gives tended. In this wo concur. We
And it is further ordered that a copy of
Wil iams................. ;. ...................
this order l>e published for three succea-
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rise to the question, whether or very much doubt whether the for- Davidson, A N—tot 9 in Newby s ad-
alve weeks In the Lafayette Courier, prior
d.tion to the town of McMi nv ille 3 38 to sai(*4th day of August, 1875.
not the persons who are rnnniru ificr will hold primaries in one hall Dement—1 lot in the town of St» Joe 4 50
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II. HURLEY,
■¡July, 9,1875.
Judge.
Field, PS—r»tc, ofJ Siinmo s sects , 4
these parties are try ing to effect a the precincts in this county. The
10 an J 11. township 3 south, range
t west; also lot 4 on blowk 1!» in
j f Sheriff’s Sale.
union. The Republicans, itseems, Republicans arc losing ground all
Rowland's ;:ddi imtothe tow n ^f
Me Minnvilie...T;.......................... 5 05
think there is no clipnce for them tl»e time, while the Democracy are
E. r. BOWER.
L. J.BOWEK.
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Frier. J M -n >, c, J&B Powell, sects
OTICE is
IS hereby
HEREBY given
GIVEN that
otice
It costs no more to k ep good fowls than
to elect.their candidate without
20 aud 21, T 3 8 Ji 4 W. :,2n aer< s !» 00
-tty virtue and authority of a a writ of
itìv
adding to theipranks every day. Groves, H C l ot 3 in 4M ck 1», in the
poor ones.
execution duly Ensued out of the Circuit
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ourt
ipt
Yamhill
county,
State
of
Oregon,
the aid of the Independents, and
town of McMinnville....... .........
on th«10th day of July. 1875, on a judg­
The Democratic Countv Con- Goodsell, G- Lot 6 m block 20, in
ment Socketed (th the 14th day of Septem­
the latter can do nothing'alone.
Rowland's addition to the town of '
f
ber. Iw4, in favor of II. V. V. Johnson, ■ . . I'*
ventian which met here last Wed-
McMiu
'vi
le.
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plaintlirand
against
George
S.
Miner.de-
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Hence the political wire pulleis
Jois, d i. c. of O Taper in sect }
fendaat, for the s.iui of one hundred and
nesday was harmonious and well Gaston.
3. T 2 R 4 W. li 0 acres, .,
G 75 twenty-six dollars, coin, with interest at
propose a marriage of the two, so
Corner Sixteenth and Castro .-treets
one per cent,
----- — per month from
---- —
the 8fli day
attended. Everything went off Hall. Wm, Ho.r.este.id of W Hull, sect
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of
Sep
nnber,
*1874,
now
actually
due
oh
2.
T28
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3
W.
7»
acres
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Jbat “the twain will be one flesh.”
CALIFORNIA
OAKLAND,
said jje Igment;
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also the sum of five dollars
with good feeling, rp
There were Hall, Ilaminet, 31 acres of n l c of H
costs,
and
for
want
of
personal
properly
They will take each other “for
Hali.............................. . ...............
onte ivhich to satisfy said judgment
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but.few proxies, rhe delegated Hendrix
<f ai’ler, 20 acres of the d l
intei
it,
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lmvO
)evlea
upon
the following
better or lor worse.” But if this
c of D Mathenev. i i sects 27 and
desc (ed _ real
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estate belonging
to said G.
go to the State Convcpt’on wjih
33,
in
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It
3
W...................
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S.
Mtijer.
defendant,
in
said
execution
90
00
’ union be effected there will have out iiutijiction and will, no doubt, Hall, R C, 320 acres of DLt of John
mentilncd,
to-wit:
men
¿lined,.to-wit:
Coippieneing
Compioncing
at the southeast corner of
Winters..
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9
00
to be a marrige contract, and what do the libst they can for party and
the
north
east
one-fourth
one-fourtli of section No.
From the largest and best bred Fowls in
Isham. J, In town of Wheat arid lots
nine,
iti
iji
township
No.
4
south
of
range
No.
ti e World.
1.2,
7
and
o
in
block
4
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will be its terms? Who will be
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five we^t, In Yamhill county, State of Ore-
Carefully
pack*
d
and warranted tn < a-ry
people id selecting the candidate Maitin, John, Lot ■» in block 20 in the 13 gom
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safely
any
djsLince.
'I he varicifcs
leader tliaf will lead the com­
town of MCMinmille—Rowland s
’ ' r- The:
Thence
ifcc north ninety-two rods;
for Congress.
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Inprise
addition to............. .•.............
Thqnce
eighty'’ rode;
rod?;
lfce wtest
west eighty
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bined forces? H'pple would be a
Dark and Light Bru Inn «s. Buff mid Part­
Th^ifcc
TJidipc south nlnety-two
ninety-two rods;
Margbam. Seth 2i; acr s of i> i. C bf J
A gentleman from Yamhill county,
ridge Cochins. White l.egLorna. Ho i-
The
ku
east
e|ghty
’
rods
to
the
place
of
Ih iu.:s,. . .......
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fit person, but he is already pro­ who is iu a position to know much of McDonald.
beg lulling; containing forty-six acres, sit-
begintnang;
sit­
dans and silver Kpi.pgl d Haml urgs,
James. D i. c of It Card, in
uate lit Yamhill county, State of Oregon,
Black
Spanish,’ W hite I urkii gs. Golden
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sect
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two
lots
vided for.- Reuben Patrick Boise the state of the public mind up there,
ancl o pi
ON TUE
Polands,
A\l sbury Duck-, md Gau e.
Wheatland........ .
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Frldak August 27th, A. D., 1S75,
says
the
independent
sentiment
is
£
Sebr
ght
and
Llack African Jiantuius
Miller,
L
A,
120
acres
of
the
n
l
is the great “compromiser” who is more decided and more general than
c, of
At thejioi
„lour of one o’clock in the nfternoon
I
B ze Turkey», the finest collection on the
H m Iler,.. ..........................
11 25 of said Way, I will proceed to sell in front
,J
Pacilic Coast.
endeavoring to effect this coalition, at any time heretofore. The prospect is Miller, m , A Co Lot 5 in block 50 in
of thei tonrt-Honse door in the town of La-
(J'^'Send
stamp
for illtt-tr.ited circular to
fayetti
the
t
;wii
of
St.
Jose
¡4)
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Yamhill
county,
State
of
Oregon,
and he desires to be the nominee that the Independent vote of Yamhill xulkey, Monroe, R K Payne's n j. a, 33
at publ Bo auction to the highest bidder for
GM). B. BARLEY.
will be much larger this fall thau it
cash in pHind, in U. S. gold coin, the above
Jmpo:ter and dealer of (. lioi«e poultry. I’-ox
sect
27.
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5
.8,
R»o
\V.;
and
25
of the two conventions. But the was last year, unless the convention
descril led real estate, levied upon asafore-
(jjW, San Franci-co.
acies of the n i. c. of J Toney; al-
said to patUfy the sum of one hundred and
should
bring
Cut
an
objectionable
so5uac
e
’
of
the
donati
n
’
laud
Republicans would as leave‘sup­
twentj Iblx dollars judgment, and five dol-
(17^Please state what paper you saw thia
claim of Jell Wright in section 12
lars cp ■ts and accruing costs.
candidate.-- Oregoniaji. •
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advertisement in.
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5
S.
of
R
5
W,
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port the devil a9 him, and a large
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11. C. DALE,
II.
Somebody from this county Las McCarty, D, A P Caldwell’s v l c . be­ I
Shf ifitlof Yamhill county, Oregon.
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majority of the Independents pre­ been “hoaxing” the Oregonian. The
Jul$- Ji I 1875.
4w'
ing in sections 4 and 5. in town­
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ship 6 8, R 4 W, containing 120
/
fer Campbell.
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Independent party in this county is
acres,.......... ............. ............... .
20 25
SETTLEMENT. —NOTICE 18
Elizabeth,-—estate of—80 A 3
z
ire by given that <»• W. Goucher,
But if there is any consistency dpad. The leaders bore have given it Messenger,
acres of J F Johnson's nou Land
A
admiiri|trator of ibe estate of John H.
claim.............................................. ? .38 Hesi, [ecea-ed, has tiled his final account in
in theldependents they will spurn up in disgust, and aro ashamed, of
Nesmith, J. W., Lot 1 in block 65 in
said esfate, and that the County Judge of
à
all overtures from the Republicans the part they played.
the town of Lafayette, and lot 3
Yamhit county, Oregon, has ordered that
in block 63, Lafayetter............... 1
fiiAl account be heard on Tuesday the
ta
as they did in California. , Sena ■ ‘ Publishers*^ new ipapers, and more Owners unknown—In the town of-La- I2 said
da)|of Sep’ember, 1'8T5, at one o’clock
7th dav
Yamhill Co
' fayette, ”
P. M. d said day, at the Court-House in La­
tor Booth declared that thiHnde- particularly local 4iew8|)»per8, have
Oregon^
f
nette; in said county. All persons inter-
/Lo ds
in
Block
ested i re therefore required to appear at
pendents will not again go with to depend maiuly upon their adver­
E ARE NOW PREPARED TO F I’fi­
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tising columns for their support.
said tin e and pjace and make objections*
‘Z2’ 3,
: 4 and 5 in
nish lumber, sueh as flooring, ceil-
in
60..
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the Republicans, and that they Yet how many arc there who seem
to said. inal account if any exist.____
Ing, siding-rustic, cedar finishing, oak and
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3
in
40..
G.
W
GOUCHER,
alder
at the lowest cash price.
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burned the b-idges behind them. not to realize this fact. Instead of
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in
34..
Juljr 3d, 1875.
Administrator.
OQN.
We
keep constantly on hand all kinds of LAFAYETTE,
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5
in
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rough
lqmber,
—
joists,
studding,
rafters,
and
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If they desire to be regarded as giving their paper a liberal advertis­
s
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2, 3 and 4 in
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general building lumber.
44
5
in
34.*
[IF”Persons looking for good bargains
honest in their dec’arations they ing, patronage, they perhaps give it
4 4
2
in
69..
will
do well to give us a call before purchas
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in
6
13..
[CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ing elsewhere.
will displace all such leaders as none; and if a levee or entertainment *
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3
in
61. .
I undersigned has been duly apnoint-
e
HZ"We have it and WILL sell.“®*
is
got
up
in
the
place,
the
paper
is
<4
4
15..
in
Boise, who looks only to his own
ed
by
t|
ie
county
court
of,
the
State
of
Ore-
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3
in
expected to notice it for udt^iug.
62..
gon, fui Yamhill county, administrator of
E. P. «Si L. J. BOJVER.
3,
4,
5
and 6 in
25..
prgmotion.
the esttj te of Owen A. 'Mathison, la a of said
«4
Now if all the patrotiage a paper
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1,
2 and 5 in
30..
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deceased.
A
l
persons
having
county^
St
Wo predict that this effort to can expect is that of the locality for
1, 2, 5 aud 6 in
37..
claims < gainst the Baid eatate are hereby re­ i
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2. 4, 5 and 6 in
quired 1 in present them, wita the proper
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unite the two.parties will redound whose interest it vfdrks, it would
2 and 3
in
6>..
B,
witfiin
six
mouths
from
this
9th
vouched
•a
in
72..
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k
day of July,
■ly, 1 1875, to the said administrator,
, mar 26: tf
to the benefit of the Democracy, seem that every one should give it the
JOHN WILLIAMSON,
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in
persons
at
his
residence
said
county.
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in
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66 . 1
knowing themselves indebted to said 1 estate
because it will disgust all honest advertising that legitimately belongs
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g e
3)..
will pL he e call and settle immediately.
to
it,
and
not
try
to
get
it
without
4»
men in the Independent-and Re­
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F
SOLOMON
M.
MATHISON,
• 4
OF
.I.«.
flx1 1875.
Q*7K
A rlminiotrnl af
paying foi it. There is a class of
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Administrator.
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publican ranks, and many of them people that seem to begrudge every , .
20..
The great silver plater, cleaner, and pol­
33..
isher. Indeapensible to every family. ” A
will join the Democracy,
44
dollar that goes to their local papers;
67..
fortune f >r agents. Sells at sight. Sam­
ple free. Send for it. Address at-once.
68..
TXERSONS WISHING TO INVEST IN
and still borrow it and read it, and Patty, CA-80 acres of school land
• KENDALL A CO,
JU Beal Estate will do well to call on me
The Oregonidn is again .after are the severest critics of its short- Powers, J—Lot in St. Joseph...
Chicago, Ill.
before purchasing elsewhere.
I have land of all varieties, and in quan­
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Richardson,
Mury,
91
acres
d
a
l
c
,
of
;
ter Senator Mitchell. This will comings.
tities to suit purchasers.
R Welch...................................... 18
X
Terms reasonable.
have a bad effect upon the propos­ ' The publisher has to pay for labor Ramage, Maria, dlc , of John White­
BiTResidence
and office in Chehnlem
FOR
SALE,
/
ly, in
84
insects
27 and 34, T 2 8, R 4
Valley.
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ed union of the Independents and and paper, and every notice of any
W. 316 acres............................. ; a *? m
WM7E HAVE FOR SALE ONE OF THE
Reed, mi s A J, 10) acres of n lc of O
If much ij said kind, in the nature of an advertise­
Republicans.
▼ V Celebrated PARKER BROS. Breech
P Turner,............................. .
18 SO
loading
Shot Gnna, at a bargain*
ment
be
ought
to
have
his
pay
for.
I
Robinson, m E, 3 acres D L c, ofC
about'Mitchell ho will issue orders
Hubbard;
and
lot
233
in
town
of
He has got to get his living out of
Dayton.... ...................................
t.
to the Federal office holders to
his advertising columns, aud any so­ Raymond, H C. 80 acres n t c, of Car­
Rejedt all violent Purgatives. They
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f
mi Goodrich................... .......... ...
manipolate the primaries and coun­ ciety or individual can with just as
ruin
iiin
the
fUe
tone^of
tone»'of
the
bowels
and
weak
weak-
­
For
Sale.
Richardson,—, Lots 1, 2. and 3 in
en n the|digestioi}.
thejdigestioi).
ty conventions so that he can have, much propriety beg five dollars of
block 21 in the town of Lafayeite
Two second-hand carriage
carriage tops for aale
FJtOM
Stilwel. Wm, n l c,of W Stilwel and
Ti arrant’s ' Effervescent Seltser Ap. reasonably. Inquire at ’ A.
‘ . M
Mutcbler’s wag-
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if he desiree it, another endearing any other individual, as to expect it
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orient..
wife, 317 acres in sects 5,6, 7 and
on shop, Dayton,
ay ton, Yamhill i county, Oregon.
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75 is used by rational people as a means
Wheat taken
in exchange.
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21:1m
resolution adopted at the State gratuitously of a newspaper.
8mith, Seneca, dlc of R Beer, 160
Any man who don’t thiuk enough . acres, in .-ect 33. T 3 8. R 2 W.,
75 of relieving all derangements of the
Convention. Tread lightly, Mr.
stomaqh, liver and intestines, because
John, 142 acres of the 1» l e of
of bis town’s paper; and every trader Smith,
)i 4.asey, ..
WILL mn a hack from Dayton to SL
it removes
obstructions
#T
-
-. . • without pain
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who does not believe in advertising, Stout, L/cstate of, » i, c of J Blanch­
Joe, rot Lafayette, connecting with the
s vigor tothe organs which
25 and nu
ard,
320
acres,
in
T
3
8,
R
3
W.
.
ura
every
<l«y.
cars
every
day.
regulates.
at the last election should move into some town where Tupper, Carlton, n l c, of Taper in
it pur
J. F. Camp’
tt/^All business promptly attended to.
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ALL DRUGGISTS. ’ LAFAYETTE,
OREGON 1
they have no paper.—{fcsniww Journal. • sect 3 of T 2 -S, R 4 W, 160 acres
SO
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J. BEST.
dec 11:1«
I tbfa county received
me 351) roti n.
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LAFAYETTE, OGN,
Musical Instruments,
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DRUGS, MEDICINE,
Paints, Oils, Perfumes,
Fancy Toilet Articles
latent Medicines
Tobacco and Cigars,
J. HANEY,
BOOT A SHOE MAKER,
LAFAYETTE ÖGN.
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