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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1875)
ried sized tributaries is enough to con
vince any one that Oregon is destined
Among the Slate« upon whoso
at no great future day to be a great
WHY PAY £8.5 ?
FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 26, 1875 tiensury.piip Radicalism has been
So far as our personal observation manufacturing State, particularly so,
feasting afld growing lat with ri
extends there is noState.in the Union when is taken into considération the
possessing as large an amount of wa capacity of the- State for industrial SEWiNG MACHIN’S.-
COLLAPSE OF THE INDEPEND otous living for lhe ion years past,
ter powir as Oregon. We, particu pursuits as shown in the classification
is the state of Mississippi. So firm
TiErüCES P3ÎCE, $35.
larly in^thc Westurn and Southern
has been the. Radical grip upon
ikHîïï AND aiOME"SHUTTLE SEW-
sections, can lay claim, with a greater lows: 25 ,000,000 acres agricultural.
During the Sminucr wo predict that once fair commonwealth, that
degree of truthfulness tjian any. other 25,000,000 acres grazing, and 10,000,-
ed that the Independent party it w<G looked upon by Gen. Amos
would pass away with the Antmnn ami his radical cohorts as theirs by . DEATH OF VICE PRESIDENT State, ttf being a State pre-eminently 000 timber, and a few thousand acres RtDüCED TO LiVE AND LET LIVE
a State q’ rivers and mountain stre’nis. in Eastern Oregon classed -as barren.
elections, and once our prediction right of prescription; and up to a
Froip tbo towering mountains flow Staidly Welcome.
has come to pass. The party was week or two ago the idea that it
NVilri m. Vice
hese m achines a be sureriob -
streams j which give to the western
t<> any and all; u ce seweis. straight
Imdly beaten in the September might possibly th'ow off the yoke
|ted State«, died on 'the portion the appearance of being a
ne-.-dlo : tw«» tteead . shuttle, l/jak.-slilch,.
the i-iiiii»! 8‘ and <-!i*eipest, ami the ltah>«to
election in California, and with of bondage under which it had
»f the 22d at Washinj;- perfect web of streams—winding At Laftyottv, Nov. 24th, of typhoid running fiia -vl. su i:i. ehitn w n the u arket^
thr.oog’i the valleys iij almost all di Malaria, Frank M. Davis, ag d 26 To see ;s tocOnx ii.ee xouifulf.
drew.from the contest in the Oc groaned for years, and assert its
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rections;, These mountain streams years.
tober election in this State. In sovereignty ag^iu, » had never
? born at Farmington,
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the late election in this State, the tered their minds. it had submit- New Hampshire, February IGffli, can, one aud all, be ujilized ill turn Deceased was a brother of Mrs. O.
ing 5 the wheels df
of i(n innumerable
This morn- HALL
Independent vote falls below one ted patiently to a villainous system 1812. His parents being very number of factories; of affording am F. Royal, of this place. '
ing the remains were taken to Wash
thousand oq an aggregate vote of <»f taxation that had caused mil [Mior he was denied lhe advanta ple employment te thousands of men, ington county for interment.
FOB S-JWiNl MACHINES.
about twenty thousand vote3»- So lions of acres of the, best lands ges of a thorough education, fiuti a women and youths. Aside from the ,
that in the elections which - will within its borders lo be forfeited natural taFte for reading and |n small streams the large rivers, in ma
occur he.e next Spring that party to the State; it had .seen its treas insatiable thirst for knc.wlcd^e ny places, can be utilized in the same
may be regaled as a thing of the ury emptied time and again to urged Lini to seize every oppOrth- mimncr. In a slfort newspaper arti To vcltom it may concn n:
cle it isjnn impossibility to give more , Notice is hereby that J. B. Harker
feed and fatten the ever greedy nity for self-culture, and he becai|ie than a casual glance at the water- has nothiug tov do with running the
The question arises, what will cor rmants who were preying upon at last for • all practical purposes power afforded by the large river's, Davtou Flouring Mills, -f
become of the members of the late it; it had borne almost every ouc of thq most djproughly. edmja- while the smaller' streamy flowing
J. T. HERBERT.
ayton , N ov . 26, 1875.
Independent party? Will they re i I d’gnity which could be heaped ted men in i the nation. He was | from mountain ranges, observation
turn to their former party aflilia-
apprenticed at the age of 10. tai ■ a teaches, cau be utilized to gbod ad
ui io . i it, and
• in * 1 his
' • i town. Aflbr vantage.
lions, or will thev remain as an iu- his lieutenant, Ames, laughed iu tanner
I • native
'The finest river on the Pticiffc slope
dqtendent voting element that will vc :y derision at lhe suggestion that attaining iiis
otice is hereby given that
majority .he went to and third largest in North America,
by vh tie of an order of llie County
not support any parly; but will it could ever slip their grasp.
Natick, M .ussachusetls, wheie jie turins for a distance of about three
court of Ya nihil I County, btpe di Oregon,
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/ made aud eutered of record on the 5th day
voto . for the best men that are
B .t their overwhelming confi learned the trade of a shoe-maker, huiidred in^es the boundary of the of October, 1:6», I wills'll
wills« 11 at [ public anc-
h in band The n»o-t pup 'rtani improvement ever
presented? We think that they, dei née in their strength caused them at which I le worked most of bls State. : This river,/ the Columbia, is U. S. gold coin, in front of for the ca Conrt
Ii s ives labor and
House made. It
or a large proj>ortion of them, to pu.-h their oppression a little too time afterwards till the cares *1 of
ache-t from, n-i g sewing m u ifnes. No
will remain independent with Dem fur r—far enough to disgust the bet' public life rendered it impossible eur bjr any’river on the Continent. of one o'clock in the afternoon, of said day, teaching n qnir< d. A r'aild can run it. At
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tlie following describe ! real tstate, to wit: .waxa i Jtarts the right wav.
ocrat or Republican pioclivitieu ter class of ihei • adherents, white for him to continue that lmsiude In several different places where it The undivided oue-tif h pail of lots No, backwards and hr aks tlangs < an be stop-
piencef , the Cascade range, water 101,'N<>. t>7 and No, 9 > all iii the town of ped ’ ------
’ . With ft oh
on your machine,
according as they stood before, they and black. The conservatives as His first political endeavor. noL power^ can bo
be obtained in sufficient Dayton. Ynmhill County, State' of Oregon. \ou can do double the work von can with*
th-t nnuivi led one-fifth part of the fol out it. ’ Fifty 8-ffche« can bspnade with o* e
went into the Independent move certaining this, aroused from their in the Cdclopedia was in the ca i voluuip and of such force as to turn A'so
lowing d scribed tract <-f l&>d i.a Yaiuhill pressure of <. De foot. Jt can be-applied to
any sewing . machine.‘ Approved by the
ment; but will show' partisans that ethargv which had so long been paign ot 1840 during 'whiyli.litt the wj eels of factories,
oru s, which aston
aston- co nty. 8tate of Oregon, to wit.
Masi Midi 1.8«.Its : late 1 4-*»d of Health, (pee
Beginning at a point on th-i south Jaauk of __
!?epo:t, « l< . 72)ï-MaM-a<-husetts
>., ■ a,
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tliey will not support old party upon them, because there was no ho made inorc than sixty spcccli« ish all that have, a oi given the subject the 5 aiiippl river, uortli 20 jd *gn e* west, tx
hack« simply (because conventions star of hope to give them energy, for Harri-on. He was a ft er Va r^ close attention.
of the town plat of sai l town of Dayton; Mecfianic's A soda tjiin. 'lhe Hal! Treadle
itself*’to the utilizing of thence south 52 degre- s wv st parallel with is a pmt <-f »1 Home I’a- hincs sold by us.
had labeled them “DemocraUc”or and went to work with might and ducted three timei’o the asscmlp that p ¡ ¡e33uts
line, of said town plat 15 (hairs: thcnce The Rail Treadle viriiidiiiyr ¿»chine
the7 ii imense waste of water at the the
17.03 chains tn' the Yauth 11 river; Must be seen to le iippreri tied, F<>r a
“Republican. ” Those who went main to redeem! this fair State. and four times to the senate < rapid^ of tho Cascades, is the severity u<>rth
thence d >wn said riv»r with ii* tueatider- farmer or ii «'diari : to ser it is io buy on«.-
into the movement, for spoils or Tin ides of November came. The Massa«•htjsells, and^ji) 1845 W: of th winter— feezing ’ tho Witter _ 1 l-v> cllains to the place of beginning: It is . n indispensable ait « le in every farm
cudtai.ling ten. acres and tweiity-six perches lion e, ■ hop or I ntel
Tlie Hall Treadle Jiff Saw and Ber
la* offices have “counted without votes were [Milled and counted,and selected aiong with the poet Wlpt- from i oue to two mouths during each more or less.
JOHN W. CÁRY,
Is an accomplishment in <-v< rv wqr! sh p
like a c’ap ot thunder in a clondf tier to carry to Washington and year, | -Not only tie water of the Co Nov. 1 18 io
The ¡kill trea îl«! is app ic ib'c lo all ma
lupi bi rn.* at the Cascades can be util-
Ou the whole we are inclined to le:sskv the news was Hashed to present the gicat ahti-.-lavcty
chinery requiring a foot p* wer-» ewiifgma
h>ut a large ; iiumber of small
chines. grimlsto es. jig sa« s. timing latlie«
believe that the Independent move Gen. Ames from every part »f the lion fruqi i Massachusetts
j«'we ers'ni.d <l< liti t-' lutt es etc. Send for
st tea f
>nntv Court of thè Sfitte uLOrjjon, Hicularr.
ment has done some good.
State, “The Conservatives^ ate ev
enforced into service.
•lor the comity of A ynilull:
cam q HM
t'iei • matter of t!ie i.roofiof the execu HALL TREADLE MANUFACTUR’G CO.
erywhere victorious, and your gio always a m active and promiiKj’.t
[Th] Willamette river does not pre- ti In
17 New .uu.itg' iiiery >t. ^au traci co
>n ol die will ot Sayiuel Kinnftjude« eased.
The New York Times, the or-
lead r ojf lhe anti slavery party.
ic same obstacle in winter riis —» i
rv has departed.”
Ma:1 i Kin: .uey, Mary Trisltine :> nd
gan of the Republicans, proclaims
he Columbia. It being called T.. Ann lhe'
And substqucnt news has onh? lie cditi d for two \cat’s--from
heirs « ot Keb-ccii A. Monroe.
in tones not to be misunderstood
dècea-cd, Andrew C. |Kin_ey J-. I..
nfirmed that lir.-t announced, 1848 to 850-the Boston Daiilv
Ki: ip y,
L. 1 Kinnoy.jS. E. L r_ri t >n
I- ** freezis except in coming in centact
that it will not support Grant for
E. l.ogeis. lteiiSo- Snnnel
is^issippi is redeemed. The leg Republic) nn, milking it- one of the with lhe cold waters of the Columbia,
-•id to alt o he
Kinney. d erase',
a thud term. Now, snpposc that
ature is overwhelmingly Con
or, a leai’t, that is the impression we
Di' are hereby hotititd “.....................
it an in-¡ri-
Grant succeeds in gelling the nom
input pm purlin-; to be tflir last w >11 an il
i vative—four, if not live mem c urn try.i lie was a mOnibur of ¡lie have received. .IThe water' which
ot Samuel Kinn.ej'l,
Kinn.ej|, d <1 cca-td,
eoa i d, has
ination, then what will that groat
M issach isetts constitutional ce in wast is itself over the falls of the AVil- been fi p'i in tlie o lici* of t ie « ierk or the
paper do?. Doubtless, it will op
L' i un of Yamhill epunty. Slate o‘
county with Qoiisci valivc oilifcrs. vent ion t :»f 1833, for his own to| vìi l&me te, at Gregos City, can be made county
’. „ . an>l
.... i :hat th : lirst
•• ■ Munday,
■ant and carry off a lar,^
Truly, Gen. Ames’ occupation .is and the | town of Berlin, and f lie
M., . of sa:<l <lay. at. the
om Oregon City even to Port- o!
portion of the pm ty so that Grant
Court llo:i'C iu LataVfctteMu said eountv. is
same yea r was the Fire Soil* e| in ing
hearing of :h<*
land Gf course the expense of so t the timle an _ _ I . pl _ ce _ set
„ - - for
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will be the worst beaten candidate
— of —
didatc fa r Governor of the StdtC' grea a work would be very large. proof of the execution of sáid will.
Another Steamer Wrecked.
II. HpHL EY,
that has run for years.
In 1855■ lie was e’oeted U. S. setf The umKr of i^a|
Sailu factories using
, County J dge.
LITTLEFIELD & HILL, ■
From the Oregonian of Novcm ator to i j 4 iccccu Edward Everett, Wilt' ■-power outaii
Brick Pomeroy publishes . a state
nnLd.from the falls
ment denying that his paper will be ber 24th, we take the following: and was <|redected by a unanimous atte! _ its valuo as tv ,¡water' power.
CoantVii lei k.
DRUGGIST <fc APOTHECAKIES,
fi oct2 ).
suspended, and proposes to prosecute "We have received a private letter vote m i 1859. As a senator ¡he
T lie citizens of J ^ali in and also of
for libel the editors who maliciously from Astoria, under date of Nov.
(Odd Fellows Building.)
was an aJ L'tivc and able opponent Albi n I hv *• have demoi
announce his failure and suspension
of the streams
22d. that has the following addi of the sld ive power, and during ¡he deYf il adaptability
CH IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
of the Democrat, in New York.ji The
whii h flow from tho mountain ranges
undersigned sot6 admit.i trator of LAFAYETTE, OREGON
report of his suspension grew out of tional particulars of the wrecked war one' of the pillars of the 1 (e for 1 r ater power. The ditch or diteb- the estjate of M. Af. MoDottnid, deceased,
has fildil in I he county court of Yamhill
the fact that in October last he ap sell inner, lhe hull of which was public. As chairman of the mili es Ur •ought into Salem are used by county,
Sta e of Oregon, Id* filial account
plied to’ be relieved, as tho law dir seen floating off the mouth of the tary com imitlce- he matured fjtid severi al factories; wlrloat Albany the of his administration of the estate of said
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deceaw d, and that said court h:i< ordered
E HAVE A LARGE AZ
ects, from losses sustained four or five Columbia lust Saturday:
’The carried through congress the ¡bw canal I is used for water power and al- that Mid account be heard at the court
?elected stock 6! Dings.
hotn-e in Lafayette, in s ipd county ai.d State
years ago while running a daily pa floating vessel to which the steam
. 80 llj' small-sized boats, which bring on Monday, the 6th dav of December. 187.», Patent Medicines. Paints. Oils, Broshes.
authorizing President Lincoln ! tO
iroductions of the farms border- at'oucf o’clock in the afternoon < f said day
per in New* York, and was, upon bis
volunteers ihto j<l >e the
at which time.and place all pe son- inter
voluntary petition, adjudged a bank
ing he canal to that city. Hardly a ested
• .Fancy and Teilet' Articles,
in said estate may appear and object
rupt that he might engage iu active urday in hopes of being able to field, as well as other m
moi th passes but our exchange., noto to said account.
Notions 1'0., &c.
bnsiness again, the sooner to retrieve succor the crew and, if possible, measures of great importance. AO the istablishing of some n«w pnter-
wm . i), M c D onald ,
his losses, amounting to i400,000, in-
—- also —
carrod while Contending against what tow the hull in, came ashore about through the great reconstruction prise in Albany employing water- Nov. 5, 1875.
Cigars. Tobacco and S itaticnery, &c., &c.
was then tho Tweed ring.
halfway between the mouth of the struggle he was one of tlio mpst povfi't. There is not a village i or
of any importance in Western
.Which we will sell nt reduced
The London Neccz, , in noticing Columbia and Shoalwater bay careful of those statesmen who con Oregon but can have constructed
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS FILED IN
and medic in
Grant’s religious war speech at Des some time during that night. sidered it their5 first duty io ;see‘ ditehes
¡¡es and canals to convey^tc
in the county Conrt of Ynmbi I connty.
Oregon, her tiiiiil'uecnnnt
Moines, says it shows that tho irre However, the vessel grounded, and that the advantages which liberty water for manufacturing enterprises;. the V estate
of Francis Fletcher, dec -ased,
Office of Dr. H, R. Littlefield.
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pressible conflict which divides Eu is still some di&tance out in the had gained in the war should not • of çoc«9sity,
i day of December. A. D.. 1875. at lbo’clock
rope between the principles of the breakers. The boy who carries be fritted away. But when all; of eonstruction
would bo too great to a . M., of -ad «iuy, for the hearing of ob-
Vatican and those of secular govern
the mail from Oystervillc says that these were secured, he was among justify the expenditures when cheap i jections ih«-ieto.
E IZABETH FLETCHER.
ments is being fought out in America
■ Adtliiui trairix of said 6'1 ate. ,
also, and ■ebmmanda the President’s Capt. Eastanrook. an old sailor the foremost in endeavoring to
It is not‘tmr intention to follow the Nov. 2, l>75.
expression of opinion against any di
subject further than to enumerate a
* the 1 wounds of the war, and
vision of the school funds as a fine ex vessel now lies stranded, thinks restore fraternal relations between fevf of tho principul,rivers in.Eastern,
hibition. of statesmanship. While no »he is a three masted schooner, and the North and the South. Since Western and Southern Oregon, which
OTICE Is hereby given that letters BUTCHER - SHOP !
of administration have been grant
body was surprised at President that her name is either “Sunrise”
with their tributaries,1
his election as Vice President1 in can, together
ed to tlie undersigned by the County
Grant’s ap par eut ignorance of the
or "Sunset,” he didn’t know which. 1872, be has been so muehj onf of be ¿Utilized for water * power. In Eos- the
lilt; estate U1
of J. 11«
fact that the distribution of the^mb-
claims against tlie LAFAYETTE, OREGON,
«sTfcte are requested to present them
lic school funds is a matter belonging I thi’jk (hat he has seen the name, health that his L.bors have been
. he undersigned at their residence at
to tho States alone, and in which tho “San Francisco.” and not being subject to frequent interruptions, ri#rs: John Day, Des Chutes,' Uma- to
Sheridan, Yamhill county, Ogn., with tlio
b, Crooked, Walla Walla, Grande proper vouchers within six months from
national government has no power to able to read the words, owing to
interfere, it was hardly to be expect
jude, Wallowa, Powder, Burnt, i this date.
J. II. BROWN,)
ed that an English journal as ably the distance at whiih the stranded great historical work commencei d M¡ iilheur, Owyhee and Snake—the |
C. H. BROWN, J
conducted a« the Nev* shoiitfl have vessel is lying from the shore, im some years ago on the "R so hm d laj ler forms the boundary between i Dated:
re peclfitlly a k a share of the publia
Nov. 5, 1875.
such an imperfect knowledge of our
a,r“resb me.itg constantly on hand. .
institutions as to fall into a similar
K z ’G ìa enea call.
blunder.— Ioua Pre».
from ali I can learn, that the ca,” which, if he had done po pili i- ali |ut 5ne hundred and forty wiles.
er pulilic service, would entitle Ii^Western Oregon are the' Wiliam- ( tTMTE HAVE FOR SALE ONE OF THE »
“A beautiful Thanksgiving day.
him to the gratitude of the conn.-,
Th« Reporter sends greetin" to all its ci Rebecca, lately built at Uoos try and place him amobg her gpcat ette, Clackamas, Yamhill, La Creole, loading Shot Guns, at a bargain*
Tualatin, Molalla, Calopooia, Pud-
readers. May comfort and joy reign
G. O. HOLMAN,
in every home, and a spirit of thank
■ding, Mary’s,T/on^ Tom and Santiam.
OR 500 ACRES GOOD FARM
fulness spring from every heart.”— on the port side of keel; about 125 mourned bv the entire nation.
Iij Southeastern Oyegon are the Klam-,
Attorney - at • La\y
Land, for cash.
feet long and 24 feet beanr; paint
LAFAYETTE. . . . ., OREGON
write a whole column at' ath, Spragna, Wikliamson, Lost and a
The young man with the powerful
1 ^phfrt of the Bacraniento. In Southern
ed with brown paint on the bottom, a clip.” '—Reporter.
ljlND »5c to G. P. ROWELL A CO., New
mind gets very sublime all at once.
York, for Book (97th. edition) contain-
PECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO RE-
ard Umpqua ’ ing lists
Ar« you “thankful” for the fibs jro light red color top side.’ Consult Your îcolunans don’t show it, Mr. Oregon are tho Roguo
of 2000 newspapers, and estimates
al estate and Proibite hu-inet-s.
ing all tho rivers with the ir va- showing cost of advertising,
K^Oitice in the Cquri
ing a lute San Francisco exchange, Reporter. Rather sickly.
told in the Ute campaign?
we observé that the schooner Rb
becca sailed from that port ^fdr
Coos Bay on the 15ih of this
month. So far as i» known, noth-
1 ' ' I
ing has been heard from that vds-
sei since her sailing, a.“d it is ! not
improbable that onr corresponde it
is correct in his surmises.”
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