Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, March 16, 1877, Image 3

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    V. S. MARSHAL'S notice .
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.
No. V, near the intersection of road sur­ started in with a vim as though he meant
THE
vey 87, to road survey’ 185; McCready business.
OTICE is hereby given that by virinc of WTOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT by vir-
i,
Dark nights.
an order of the County Court of Yamhill JLw tue of an execution and order of sale, is­ 1877. ’
NEW-YORK.
! and others petitioners—damages assossed
Mr. Tupper is proprietor of the livery
1877.
county, Oregon, made and entered of record
sued out of the «tfice of the Clerk of the Circuit
The river is falling.
FRIDAY. MARCH, 16. 1877,
on
the
10th
day
of
March,
1877.
we
will
sell
at
to A Baker and » antes Houlk having stable hero. He and his sons are always
Court
of
the
United
States
for
the
District
of
Tfie
different
editions
of
T
hb 8 vn during
public auction , to the highest bidder, inrfront
Two weeks steady rain*.
been received tho toad was ordered loca­ ready to acijbmtnpdate customers in that of the Court House door in Yamhill county, Oregon, to me directed and delivered, com­ the present year will be the same as daring
- ArROX GONE.—The apron at the end
manding me to sell the following described the year that has just passed. The daily
line. Ho is also proprietor of the stage Oregon,
te I, ami declared ■< public highway,
Peach
frees
are
in
bloom.
mortgaged property, situa'ed in Yamhill coun­ edition will on week days be a sheet of four -
On
the
13th
«lay
of
April,
1877,
of the “covered bridge,” across the North
at the hour of one o’clock in'the afternoon of ty, Stafe or Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at a pages, and on Sunday a sheet of eight peg.
lu
the
matter
ol
the
application-of
¿I.
line
plying
between
St.
Joe
and
Dallas.
Roso bushes are budding.
said 1 lay, the following described real estate, point, north eighty-three degrees, east seven es. or 56 broad columns; while the weekly
Yamhill river, was washed away, so we
H. Clark.for license to sell spiritous liq­
The hotels and boarding houses are in­ belonging te the estate of Jane Armstrong, chains and thirty links, distant fiora a point edition will be a sheet of eight pages of the
Sub-oribofor
the
C
ourier
.
are informed, during the high water.
to-wit:
thirteen chaii.s and eighty links, pouth qf the same dimensions and character that are al­
uors in less quantities than one quart, in j numerable.^ The weary and hungry deceased,
Beginning at a point north 83 degrees, east northeast corner of lhe southeast quarter of ready familiar to onr friends.
• Many rainy
.
''J- s.
One man discovered this fact by getting-
days nowudaj
chains distant from a point 13 80 chains
Lafayotte ptecinc t—petition and liond traveler can find ample accommodations 7.311
T he S vn will continue to be thejtreneoaa
south of the northeast corner of the south­ section thirty-four, in township four south,
a ducking. ,He noticed the water which
Heavy r.iin storm l ist Saturday.
east
quarterof section 34, in township 4, south range four west of the Willamette meridian; advocate ef reform and retrenchment, and
fil d, and $100 paid for license, No re- in this place. Thos. Barton,, proprietor
range 4 west; thence south eightyrttliree de­ running thence south eighty-three degrees west, of the substitution of statesmanship, wisdom
was running Around tho end was deep
monstrance.- Lie efcse grunted for ono of the Taylor Hotel, and his estimiable grees west 103.50 chains; thence sqpth 18 de­ one hundred and three chains and fifty links, and integrity for hollow pretei ce, mbecilitt .
Glorious rain, sounds well enough.
but thought he could ford it, having a
grees and 30 in in-lies east 29.20 elirirfs; thence thence south eighteen degrees and - thirty min­ and fraud in the administration of public a8
year.
lady are always to be found ready to ac­ east 23 dticliains; thence south 25 degrees east utes
east twenty nine chains and twenty links,- *•*R w,bl contend for the government
trusty team and a high seat on his wag­ -Going to see the fishes, is the latest.
4«chains; thence south 72 degrees, east 12.50 Jhenceeast twenty-three chai' sand thirty links, of the people by the people and for the peo- j
commodate and add every comfort to chains;
In
tho
matter
c
f
the
appointment
of
thence north 73 degreesesst 71'Chams: thei.ee south twenty-five degrees, east forty
■A new skiff, is w)mt tickets the boys. ‘
on. He did not calculate 011 the apron
togoverument by frauds in
their guests. Mrs. Sherman proprietress thence north 23 degrees and 30 minutes, west chains, thence south seventy-tvto degrees, east li
Justices
of
tho
I?
CoiCC
—
Wm
M
Townsend
toe ballot but and in the counting of votes
64.90 chains to t he place ol beginning, contain­
being gone and drove off An eye w’it-
The musical cruak of the frog is again
tw elve chains and fifty links, thence north sev­ enforced by military violence. It will ea-
ai>poiuted for Weit Chehalem, vice Jas of the Sherman House keeps everything ing 640.90 acres.'
ness says be managed to swim his team heard. ,
Also the following described premises to- enty-three Jegrees. east seventy one chains, dearer to supply ita readers—a body now y
out, after unfastening them from the
Carter resignedt 0 C Yocom appointed neat and tidy, and seems to got her share wit: LotsNo. 3. 4,5and 6, and the northwest thence north twi-nty-tliree degrees and thirty not far from a million of ««routs—with' the •
The river is the highest it has been ^Justice for East Chchalem, vice J J of patronage Tho boarding houses I quarter of the southwest quarter, and the j i mijiutee. west sixty-iourchaiiis and ninety links most careful, complete, artd ftustworihy ac­
wagon, but that the gentleman looked
southwest qnarter of the northwest quarter to the place of beginning, coutaining 040 M-luO counts of current events and will employ
comical standing upon the seat, the only this year.
of section 3, and lot No. 1 section 4, all in aergs. . _
v^ill not mention at present.
*
for this purpo-e a numerous and carefully
Haynes resigned^
TownshipJ, south range 4 west containing
part of the wagon visible.
Also
trie
following
described premises, to selected staff of reportersand correspond-
rWe have two physicians. Dr. Goucher, 154.31 acres.
,
,
li*st Friday-night clapped the climax
C R Jack andi, George C’omeygs ap­
especi
Also he foilawing described premises to^ wit: Lots three, four, five and six, and the ii'm’ -nV*!’0,^,rom
B elief OaDERED.-Y-At the last term for darlf nights.,
' pointed Const^bL es for Amity precinct, a physician of the old school, who tw ats Wit; The fractional south half of the north­ northwest quarter of tlie southwest quarter and B.’•' h T j , f” ■ *ccurat*. and fearless; and
east quarter, and tlie fractional south half the southwest quarter of the nor hwest quarter ■ it will doubtless continuk to deserve and en­
of the County.Court the following order
How sweet to recline in the lapse of vice G W Harty aid Thomas Holcomb his patients with powder and pills, but of the northwest quarter, and the fratffional < of section three and lot numlier one of section joy the hatred of those who thrive by plun
never forgets his calomel. Also Dr. I north half of the southeast quarter, and the I four, all in township five south, rango four, west <te' >ng the the Treasury or.hy usurping what
j removed fro„m con nty.
was made: It appearing to the County ages—say about eighteen.
fractional southwest quarter, all ofs 'ction 34 of the Willamette meridian containing 154 34- the law does not give them, while it will en­
The following pet rous were appointed Saiinders, a physician of the reformed and the fractional northwest quarter of the .100 acres.
Court that the family of a Mr. Robbins,
deavor to merit the confidence of the public
What ptan .in town wears the largest
southwest quarter of section 35, and the frac­
Also tire fo:lowing described premises to wit: bv defending the righte of the people against
residing at M. Minilrvilip, is in d-'s’dinte hat? The one that has got the Largest supervisors for tlik- year ending Jan. 1st, school, is always ready to attend a pa­ tional southeast quarter of the northeast | Tho-ssfractional
south half of the northeast
*‘ncru,icliments of unjustified power.
quarterof section 33<and thefractional norjh- I
1878. Eli Branso i , road district No. 4; tient and will guarantee to kill or cure. ca-q quarter of the southeast qnarter of sec-- quarter, the fractional south half of the north
1 he price of be daily 8 vn will be 5S eta
circumstances aivl requires medical and head.. ' .. ■
T*" ^Or
aJ.ear• P°8t P,id> or with
Justice Springer, who is also notary tion 33, all in Township 4 south, range 4 west west quarter, the fractional north half .of the
II. P. ¡Moor, district No. 15; A M. Wad-
other supplies, which they ar? unable to
containing 150.53 acres.
» southeast quarter, and the fractional southwest the »day edition 97.70 * year,
Ne.r invoice of cigars and other things
public,
deals
out
justice
and
renders
his
Also
the
fallowing
described
premises
to-
-quarter,
<11
of
section
thirty
four,
and
the
frac
­
si an 'unday «d't>on alone, eight pages,
die, district 17; B lui Antrim, dist-rici. 24;
obtain by reason of continued sickness
wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of tional northwest quarter of the southwest quar- ■ »1.40 - ear, past paid. .
too numerous to mention at Harris’s
B
decisions
in
an
able
and
dignified
man
­
P
P
Gates,
district
'27;
Chatles
Fundall,
tlie
donation
landclaitd
of
Richard
and
Mar-
|
it is therefore ordered by the Court that
L.
ter of section "thirty five, and the fractional
The
Rai-T 8i'N, eight pages of 56 broad
drugstore.
•
garej
Booth:
thence
west
24.80
chains
to
the
i
J. W. Cowls is hereby appoint?«! anfl
district
____ ____
32; T^ewt
>
-n Hembree, 37 G W ner;.
west lioundary line of said Booth'» claim and • southeast quarter of thè northeast quarter of • columns ^ill be furnished during 1.877 at the
° v*
■ P0** Paid.
•
A gr. it many small bridg e and cul­ Sappington, distii ict 38: •
allthorixe l to procure for said family,
dr. E. betchel is mayor of Amity and the line pet ween the claim pf said Booth and section thirty three, and the fractional north- f
. f
lhe bei
this large reduetion from
B. IlaWley: thence south on said line 2chs: east quarter of the -outhea-r quarter of section
at the •xp«ii'*e of the county, such med­ verts have’Been washed out by the re-
thence west to the center of the Yathhill riv­ thirty three, all in town-hip four south, range the previous m >r T he W eekly can be
I11 thil matter 1 if 1 the support of Adam alsb ano of the Supreme .Justices. He is er:
ical attemB-iruce and neawHri-:s ns in hw cent rains.
thence down tlie center of said ri.ver toa four west of thaAVillatuette meridian contain­ enjojed by individual subscribers without
i Bridgef*r.iuer — said Bridgefarmer ad- always to bo found at the city drugstore, 1 po'nt where the east lioiindary ltne.of said J ing 150 53-ffr.i acres. -
judgment isy»voj»er.‘
the necessity of making up clubs. At the
1
Booth’sclaim crosses said river; thence south
Al-« ihe following described premises, to wit: ! same time, il any of onr friends choose te
-Wby do girls kiss each other, and men judged indigent and the“ sum of $2 a where he is-ready to deal out justice or on
sai l east boundary line to the place of be­ Beginning at the s »uthest corner of that certain a.«l in extending our circulation, we ehallbe
I nfanticide .—The Coroner was cal­ not ? Because girls have nothing better week ordered all iwed for bid iuainten- uniravel any politi cal disability.
ginning. containing 42X acres.
Also the following described premises to- douutionland chiini known and designated on grateful to th««, and every such person
led to exercise the functions of his office to kiss, and men have.
Our city at tor è jey, George, has dis- wlf Beginning at tlie sontli east corner of the maps and plats of the United >tates govern­ who sends us trji qr more subscribers from
1 auce until revok| tfed.
t-
No. 70 In township 5 south range 4 west; ment surveys a-the donation land claim of Rich- one place will be entitled to one copy of the
at McMinnville last Wednesday. The
tiu|guished bimset ! iu some very ininor- claim
Thanks to Misses Ella Hoberg and
tlience nerf h il^egrees and 30 minutes west ani Beotli (ind his wife Margaret, and running paper for him-eif without charge At one
DILL! .1 ALLOWED.
50 chains: thence south 71 degrees an I «9 thence west twenty four chains and eighty links dollar a.year. postage paid, the expenses of
subject was that of a natural Ivorn fe­ M aj - Nelson for a nice boqugt of flow­
tait cases lately J hd this community are 19
\ E. C. Bradshaw,at ; y. fee, 8t.:te vs Snv-
minutes east 11 Ai chains: 1 lienee sontli 4 de­ to th\* west bound.try line ol said Booth's claim, paper and printing are barely repaid; and,
-
male infant which was found in the mill­ ers. The first of the season.
’ $ I 5 00 bp' ■giuinug to - appreciate
«1er...................... . .......... :...............
f
the importance grees and 3') minutes west 29chains: then|ee and the boundary line between said Booth s considering the size of the sheet and the
nor* h85 degrees and 30 minutes west 27.60 clis; claim and ihe cl.lim of U. B. Hawley' thence quality of its contents, we are confident the
' J li Sampson, repa. ¡■-to St. .Joe bri«lge. 3 oo
race at that place. It had beeh consign­
lhenc* sotltn 4 degrees and 30 minutes west 5
On account of too much water at Rock I AX» Walling, oue t 1 x toll for 1476.......... 1:> 76 of having good ' legal talent.
thence west 79.08chains: thence north south on said lin ■ two chains, .thence west to people fill consider I he W eekly 8 cm the
ed to ths cold waters by some unataral Island the boats were unable to r^tich AG Willing, ..
127 50
IVm. Chrisman although not classed chains;
13cha ins; 1 lienee east 2T.50chains: t hence sout li the center <>f the Yamhill river, thence down cheapest newspaper published in the world,
! J 11 Delashmut. t-xi ra pay as Supervisor
70 degrees and 30 minutes east 12 chains; ! the center of said river to a point wlere the and we trust also one of the very best
psrient, who hoped thereby to conceal this place during the week.
, U
3« OO among the profeisiohals, has made his t lienee north 73 degrees, east 71 chains to the east boundary line of »aid Booth's claim crosses
of Road Distiie.
Ad.lress.THEBUN. New York City. N. Y.
their shame. The jury rendered a ver­
W R .1«-hii-on, s« u
20 co murk iu the Amity Literary Society by place of beginning, containing 153 acres.
a iid river, thence south en said east bbundary
It
is
a
funny
sight
to
see
a
young
Wy
C
I
Also
fhe
following
described
premises
to-
14
]
Beu.
l
’
errv,
>
-
me.
dict that it came to its death by drown­
line to tba place of beginning, containing 42 50
20 00, hi; eloquene as au orator and d- bator. wit: Beginning at apointnorth 14 degrees east i 100 acre«.
>mith. ss .e
ing, at the hands of some person un­ with both hands in soft dotigh aip a ' David
45
chains
from
the
southeast
corner
of
the
do-
12 00
I* A Bates, sauis, «1
Also the following described premises, »» wit:
We are pleased’ to announce the return nation laid claim of Charles M. Johnson, in
known to the jury. There is no clue that mosquito on the end of her nose. -5
10 0)
L .V Harger, sata- >e,
Beginning at the southeasr corner of that cer­
township
5
south
range
4
west;
thence
north
. y uo of * the Amity Orator, who is looking
will lead to the discovery of the unnat­
John IxiWery, snn
11 degrees east 3».13 chains to a post on W. M. tain land claim situate in township five south,
J. H Carse, School Superintedent, will T B Heiid-rs n, - -a: ne. Ji - net I ..... 3s- 00
ural parents.
Bufl’um’s west line; thence norths degrees range four west of the Willamette meridian,
quite-,
well
notwithstanding
wit
the
hard
­
vest 1354 chains; thence wes> 51.20 chains; kn&wn and de~iguated in the government sur
hold al publiiTfcxaminatiou at this p’ace W 8 Pov ell, die t I l.l’iO feet lumber, 15 9
—— ■
—
ships endured wit
wjiile leoking after his thence south- 9 degree» west 17.70 chains; veys as claim numbered seventy-two, and i uii-
L L William-, r< ¡e u-ed on draw ¡11
P ostponed .-—Dr. Sharpies of Salem Mirch 31st, 1877. !$ee adv elswhere.
o
tlienee
sou tit 56 degrees and 30 minutes east nii«g thence north twenty-three degrees and
5<l interests in tlyj| bunch grass country.
, St Joe bridge.
55.51 chains to the place of beginning, contain­ thirty minutes west, nineteen chains and fifty
G W 5Vil-un, at . uding draw in Day’.on
was called this week to consult with Dr.
We. noticed two gentlemen the other
(The first quarter of Prof. John Gar­ ing 175.40 acres.
..........
41 Cf>
............. .. <
The whole of t lie above described tracts .of links, thence south seventy-five degrees «nd
Calbreath about amputating the arm of day comparing their watches with the C bridge
L Fa«ierhrook , drill, scraper and read
rison's school ejbsevl last Friday, and land,
amounting to twelve hundred anil t wen- thirty minutes, east eleven chains and forty
2 6.1 tlwre will be a v.[
ho- k. district >4.....................................
Mr. Walker Chrisman, o^this place, who wooden one which Mr. Strong uses for a
jation for two weeks to ly-five acres, is to-be -old on said day as afore­ links, thence south four degrees and thirty min­
6 00
J K Gill <fc co . Atat unary,........... ... ..... .
save and except W4 acres, sold <0 .Joseph utes west, twenty-nine chains, thence north
, I '
give the mumps | chance to spend its said.
is troubled with necrosis. After consul­ sign.
A M Hurley, attui n ey fees, Bute vs A
Wait bv su'd Jane'Armstrong, liefore her eighty five degrees and thirty minutes west,
1
■*-
:
force.
.
Roberts............
death,described a« follows, to-wit: Commenc­ twenty seven chaius and sixty links, thence
5 00
tation it was decided that the patient was
¡Prof. Henry’sf ' dancinrr school closes ing at tlie southwest cor erof ilte tract ot. s nth four degrees and thirty minutes west five
Rev. Starr the Presiding E^ler was Ellery Rogers, Co-i mty Clerk's fees and
too weak to bear the operation and ho
< Jerk of Co mty court, two m aths
1.8 15 ' oil next Friday I and those who taxa 1.225 acres above de-cribed, known as the I chains, thence west sevent- nine chain-
Oregon.
„„..iu and Laiayette,
Armstrong place; thence along the center of
unable
to
attend
the
quarterly
meeting,
,
W
A
was consequently put unl!>r forced treat­
G W W« od sod . ua is and spikes for Sa't
¡•cightlinks,
thence
north
twelve
<
,
___
chains,
thence
(
J
pleasure
in*
trippl
hg the light fantastic tlie road lea ling from Dayton to Amhy cast-
Creek bridge....
8 40
thence
ment to recuperate his streiigth, it being and his place was ably filled by Rev.
IV li links,
k». tlienee
...
erly to the east line of the land known a* the east twenty-seven chains and fitly
U . e are auti ipatB hg a way up time,
h -h
Wur.
Hanna,
puttii
u
ig
new
lo--k
on
Clerk's
FriruiM Johnson lunU: thence northerly at 9 'Uth seventy degn e» and th.rty minutes east
t
«
decidis! that amputation was necessary Hoberg.
t
oilice and r pair ng doors,........
1 50
The protractor meeting that has been right angles te-aid road toa point trout which twelve chains, thence noi th seventy three de­
i
in order to save the patients life.-
8 inipsou. attejii i£ng draw In Lafay-
hi Id here for aver i 1 weeks past has closed, a line c.lending westerly tatrallel to the said grees east seventy one chains to the place of W. J. OLIVER,
Proprietor.
Arrangements are being made to give J H ette
. . 40 00
road, will include 114acres in the- parcel here­ beginning, containing 153 acres.
bridge,... .................
i
T leir labors hav i been rewarded . with I by
-old:
tlienee
from
said
point
.westerly
p
r-
J
T
Hembree,
Ju-
tice
fee?
atata
vs
A.
F.
a
dance'
on
Wednesday
night
(March
P hilomathean S ociety .—A friend
Also the following described premise«, to wit:
Roberts.............
8 ‘25 8-< veral convorti us, but what number allel to «aid road to the west line of the «Aid Beginning at a point jiortli fourteen degrees,
Armstrong
place:
tlienee
southerly
a'ong
suid
of ours whe had the pleasure of attend­ 28.) of court week. A general invitation Wit:;»'-« toe, same
I
;tin
not
inform
4'i 20
d.
line last aforesaid to tlie place of beginning, east forty five chains from the southeast corner
J T Hem 'ree, Ji slice f«e, State vs Wjt).
Some of the v< ling men of this place «■«intainlng one hundred, ami fourteen acres, of that esi tata land claim situate Ju township
ing this association last Friday evening, is extended.
Buffiti et .ip : a t c.e Court......... .
10 70 h [ve just return« tl from the fish ri-s on leaving eleven hundred and eleven acre» still five south, range four west of thè Willamette
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING thor­
was very much supprised to see the a I*
Mr. Tom Griffin’s smiling countenance i ’-Vi itness fee. 11
;>• Í0
oughly refunpshhd the; above named ,
belonging to t he estate of the sabl Jane Arm­ meridian, and known and des gna ted upon the
tl
k-
Coluuii.ia
i
here
they have 'been strong, dwya-ed, all situate and lying in Yam­ maps and plats of the government surveys as
! st ■i lice fee, State vs II
house, is now prepared to accommodate the ‘
vancment made by its members. Line is missed on the corners. Ho* » started ’JT de.%
8 90 h Bitting work, b it were uiable to obtain i hill eountv. Oregon.
_
land claim of Charles M. Johnson, and run public in a satisfactory manner, at the fol-'
said land is to -Old in ¿body or tracts to the
of the landing features is th^ mock leg­ last Wednesday for California, where he Ivrrvrs :»o?(J
:«*
Ut • Court) same,
00 Cl ploym- nt ow ng t<i th* almon-eyed
niug
thence north fourteen degrees east tbirtv- losing rates:
Witness tee-, in:
00 ' ( B^stials. ' Suclj |is life under liepublican suit purchasers, and the conditions of »aid five-chains anil thirteen links, thence north four
islature, where all the members go by goes on business intermixed with qdeas- B
sale arc as follows, to-wit: For enough cash in
i. Harris. sur«e
west, thirteen chains afi<l fifty-four links Board and Lodging per week,... .$5 00
k J I"?. -«I
woudq I if It eturning Board ha’ii to pay off a mortgage which the Oregon •degrees
aliases. The question under debate for ure. Bon voyage. *
v y No. 1-7
i 50
and Washington Trust Investment Oaprpany thence west fifty-o e chains and twenty links,
il
s will do i Inything to dispel this lin’d a ;ain«t said land, and a credit will be thence south nine degrees west, seventeen Board per week,... ........................... 4 00
to-night is the Woifiau question, and as
John Bi tl. expen- ‘
to Salem, two t i
List Saturday night after church was
16 70
given on ailsamsover -aid amount.
there are several very good speakers oh
living evil.
chains and seventy links, thence south fifty-six
(’ 1 iv vl a v. fe ■
25 i • i
‘ F. A. FEET- HER.
dvgi e< » and thirtv minutes east, fifty-five efiains Board and Lodging per Day,.......... 1 25 '
I
each side, we snppos« it will be settled qqt, walking along down the sidewalk J E W
Yours
truly,
2 0
ELIZABETH FLETCnER. A and fifty o e link» to the place of beg nniDg,
• I . .It, vjewe ;
•^The Table will at all times be suppli­
o
without further trouble.
i ’
•
SvjjOURNER.
A
d
ni
i
n
i
s
:
rn
•
o
r
n
n
'1
Adiu
in
¡St
in
r
i
X.
J
W
Co-.k,
same.
.
00
we heard a cry and looking around we I
containing 175 40-lt'O acips.
• o 00
Lafayette, Marell 15.1377
L K Wallace, -ai? :e,.
Or
a-
much
thereof
as
may
be
sufficient
to
¿00
w.a-su E ULEAMN’U.i.
yAMHlLLIANS O n a J am |.—The Bee saw one of our fairest belles sitting on J \V Angel, chaii e t a rier,.
wise tLe amount due to the phintiCa from the ed with the beat the Market Affords.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOKS.
J F Di, .g >ert«, s .1 in«, ....
2
ths
sidewalk
—
looking
for
a
pin
we
sup
­
•lefendsht-'a ■«•'Aimstrimg.and i U-rest there> n, J -
gives the following account of a party
J Langley, marker
2 Où
Go riti i
w. J. OLIVES.
OTÏCE is hereby given that »ealod jn opo - an I for apet iMattorney's fe»s, and foreosts and
J T Hvuihrêe. J i itice fee making j ay
©f Yarahillers who are doing the city. pose.
»Is will be received by the County C«»m- dfSburseiueptu herein and the expenses of sale,
A
sEn. C ourier ;
list Lafayette ¡ re ¡net:.'.
no
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inissiotien ol Yamhill county, for the conitn-c- in accordance wish a. judgment and decree en­
A crowd of Lafayette folks, stopping Ip
tarns,.
3 où
ievv items,
B alked .—Last .Wednesday evening J 1‘ li Ij < Olds,
•tujii
of a county jail, in said count.v. at Lafay tered on thq 10ti< day uf April. A. D. 1876. in
lates asst:
2 UO
the southern part of the city, went to
(tit,
Oreg n. Sa d jail to be buiitaccording to said court in favor of the Oreno'n ami Washing­
iBmy
times.
H
iring
seains.alniost
here..-
B U Wastfatl, m d ing-iist in West CÍ:
as the hack wa» coming
in frum St.
Joe.
i
O
,
,
,
plans
anu sp -cilicati -n- now 415 fll^ in the office ton Trust Investment Company, •'liniited. slid
the show dast night, rigged out in tlieir w ith the mail and 8 or 9 passengers, the
3 00
l»m pieeinct
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Id Mother En L once moro drí-s <-s ber­ f the Clcik f said count 14, with thi- exesp- ugaiu/i Jane A| mstr< ng. in a cause w herein the
novlO,76
J
B
R
well,
ass
.
ting.
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best bib and tucker. WhenNhe perferm- 1 horses balked on the hill just above T B Ison, sain«
fli’ in rub >s of j reen. The celd bospm ti n: tine wi-l he but two iron.ceti*_instead of Oregon and Washington Tri stlnvestment Com
j«M
fi-iir, a-provided for in «nid piajis and speciii- pntif, limited^ were phiintiffs, and Jane Arm-
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anpa was over they were unable to get
B H Springer; foi \miiy precinct..........
3 00
ere defendants.
c ition-, and each sa^li of the windows will con­ sin
a car esu concluded to walk. B-sult: town, and it took the help of abirut 8 (« E (.etijhel, asp: istingl..'............. 3 OU [ terra firma, j hicb so long has bejm tain
I
ejflth of April, A D. 1877, at the
ionr
lights
i
sti
ad
of
one,
as
provided
for
i
well
developed
meif
to
get
it
up
tlift
hill.
hid
and
b
irrenj
2 0Ö
lieo Come' ggs i i hie ........................ .
All tee glory had everlastingly depart­
1 is now oi.ee more lieing in-a:d plans and specifications. The county
k F. M. of said day, in frontof
F R y iL fitariti g iOsiuJe tre.ss rstind
the CourbHouse door in the town of Lafayette,
ed fretn thtir store clothes. Damage, Lt finely arrived safely-one hoar from C’ courthouse
SvciT-d
with
grj
reserv»
s
the
right
to
furiiteh.jthe
iron
cell«:
«cu grasa and blooming
rd ....
i...................... .. a £0 0O
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t’ erefors. mid proposals iuiNt state how ninth county of Yamhill. District ot Oregon, proceed
$50 plus more—but they saw the Jubi- St. Joe.
fr iwb rri s. |
A M Hurley, taking a< k:inwle«lgmtnt of-
‘said jail will he br.i t for, including the furnish­ to sell the said described property for cash in
count' <iee I t< A H Roberts...........
1 00
»To-Jay wli^p the people of Sheridan ing f the iron c-'lis, aud how much, the connty band, in U. S gold coin, excepting one hun­
B urned .—One day last week a little II C D e (s' q rilf) co mty bn-iee-s,
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tbs cal's: and also how much it will dred and fourteen acres of said land sold bv
3 In Justice?
liTe rejoicing ver the’ counting in of l>e b i t for, th- county fn.nishing thé brick; June Arirstroi g to Joseph Watt and conveyed
E qual to the E mergency .—-Mr. ! child of Mr. C. F. Royals, fell into the collecti..« tax s a-.J fe
................. ; ... 370 r4
«•ontf -2 inot,
deed dated the 2?th day of March, 1876. and
layes, by tho Leans of firing guns, an- «ud h w nihch. b.e parH B telDrabfag tbsm. by
Spencer arrived in town yesterday from J fire and was severely burned about the H llu ley (Conn y Ji.dge) cue quarters’
which has been released I rum the effects of said
8aid
jail
to
be
complet
d
ai
d
ready
to
be
ra
­
Sill TV .. ......
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Ils, &e, aii acci iient occurred which, ow- I ce ved on orbèfoie the lstdsvof October, lç77. decree.
Independence. His journey though not arm and neck. The burn though very Sami
i
2
i oz.ine. vie wer read survey 196 ¡
bad
is
not
considered
dangerous.
ABNER W. WATERS,
l’artiei« obtaining' 'lie contiact will be required
equal te Washington’s was full of *iuci- ;
tl ig to the near L-scape of a terrible catas-
J W Rogéis ss me ...........................
2
X’ marchlfiwt f
U.S. Marshal for Oregon.
li
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I
to
cuter
into
hphas
>
qnal
10
the
contract
price
o
W J Gert is n> 1 ame............................
foplie, cast a 3 ■ooni over the cohntenan- conditioned fo- tli’- f ithfni performance of th«
dents. At Independence, there being no .
2
T 15 ( a rej. clui bearer,.............. ....
COUNTY COVET PROCEEDINGS.
- eyn ’a-. t. lherefoie each bid -ho-iid <■' ntain a H. R. LITTLEEIEL»,M. d : | J F. CALBREATH, M.D
H Strata, tsme,
2
boixt, he made a raft and come to Salem,
iE is ’ of those into Jbisted., Four men, Hide, : guarantee that th remiired b; tide will be giv-
landing on this side of the river he came H. HURLEY, J., SHOOK AND HILL COM- G W McUreedy, marker................ .-......... 2
^You can not afford to pay Credit
The broposal-«
1 he opened on the . th
; Coney, Tilson j find Savage, were engag- ! i en.
J Davie, tending draw ia St. Joe bridge 25
overland to this place not knowing that
MI^SIONERS.
of
April,
1877,
at
10
o'clock
A.
M.
iisd
firing
the
a
bvil.
By
some
means
a
J K Delnshmut, iniber and tools used
"t
The county reserves the right to reject any
the bridge was surrounded with water,
prices for your goods.
in road distric I :,o. -I. ..
. .. ..
23 00 quantity of j <1 jwder exploded while in
W
ednesday ,-March 7, 1877. -
and
all
bids'.
Parties
desiring
to
bid
can
also
but nothing daunted he s.ion made a raft
Edgar 1‘opp'etou, giant powder and fn«e 10 00
V; In the matter of the applicatit^i of An­ R S Sh >ok, co i sty commissioners fees i oo Itli© hands of M Jmey, and strange to say ' tind-c pies of plains and specifications at the of­
and crossed in safety.
.... .and...
17 <M) to one was ser^ fjusly injured. Money’s fice .of Bdothby A Stapleton at Salem. Oregon.
drew . Callinan, for a public easment J 8 Hill, same,
L ai ayette , March 13th, 1877.
H. HURLEY,
H igh W ater .—The récent yains have road leading from the residence of said
Total......
......1473 33 whiskers aud eyebrows were burned off,
County Judge,
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raised the river to a height not reached A. Callinan to the Dayton and Portlaud
which in no why improved tho looks cf
CONFECTIONERY
A
mity
.
before for several years. Last Wednes­ road—Wm. ^Hodges, H. M. Daniel and
Iris phvsidgnouSy.
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I To-day Loujkvna Fields, daughter of,
day night it was running six inches deep A. Blackburn appointed to view and lo­
l_
J
A mity , March 12, 1877.
:
Di.
Fields
of
Hmerid
’
n,
is
not
hardly
ex-
\
across the St. Joe bridge, and lacked but 1 cate proposed road, and to assess daina- To THE EniTOR OF TllR C ovkif . k :
....At the dru¿ store"of...
DENTIST,
Ipected to liv^ another day. Slie has
10 feet of being to the top ef the bridge ' gea sustained by Martin Miller and Pe­
As items 1 ave been rather scarce I ibeen sick for 'several weeks with dipthe-,
at this place. It wak ’running aJ>out ■ ter Werfs, the persons thiougb whose have delayed writing.
_’ria, and death wilt probably soon release
five feet deep in the road en the cwher
"her from her sufferings.
There
has
wen
no
sensational
exoite-
Time table for Feb, March,
side of the badge, making it impassable premises the proposed road runs. Said meiit here since tli*« famous tri^l for dis-l j Mr. Samuel Reed of Sheridan died yes-
atid April, 1877.
viewers, with B. E. Harris, county sur­
Lafayette, first Monday in
to all points north of here.
jlterday, the 4tliinst.
each month, to remain four
veyor, to meet at the residence of ,Calli- .turbing the church. However, I wil K Little Almafl only child of Mr. and days
G old F ish .—Mr. John Clark, while nan on the 20th day of March, 1877, at proceed to give you an oqtline sketch ol [iiMrs. Eads, lialhad a spell of diptheria,
North Yamhill, Feb. 8th and 9th;.March, 8lh
at Portland this week, purchased four 10 o’clock, a. m.
some of the j roiuinent men of thisplaeoj 11 but is now thdfight to Im beyond danger. and 9th; April, 6 h and 7th.
McMinnvRIe, second Monday in each month,
Two childrefl of Mr. Ilqssey, of St Jo
gold fish and a pilverside which now I In the matter of the petition for a together with the business-intersts &c. j
to remain t* " days
Hfieph,
were
buried
lately
in
Sheridan.
Dayton, Feb. 14th and 15th; March, 14tli and
Amity hu|s
adorn the bar at the Mount Diablo sa­ change in the county road known as the
,uis two first-class countrj|
r
"
M. A. C.'-
15th; April. 11th and 12th.
loon. They are something new in this road leading from southeast corner of Iri stores; one conducted
<
by Robert Lance-
Amity, third Monday in each month, to re­
[Th© above .toms came too late for in-
Being the first we have seen here,
main six da«»
field,
Jr.,
wl|
Ho
keeps
up
about
a
$10,00t
bertion last wdek E d .
Having fitted up an office in the Essex Hotel.
ill be a good excuse; when you I Orion’s land to the Standley flouring stock. Perlii
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Japs it will not reach thaj
Lafayette, I would be pleased to have those
mill*
B.
F.
Wade
and
54
others,
petition
­
want a'drink on the sly you can go and
f I took out >f pawn yesterday, four who may need ray services to call on me them.
OREGON
ers—a petition to change road in order sum just at this timé, as the assessor ii [I gold chains—1 irò ladies* long chains, 18- My charges are reasonable, thus making it pos­ LAFAYETTE,
th© fishes, you know.
looked
for
sdon.
i
sible
for
all
to
have
work
done
who
may
need
to-secure a better place to build a bridge
! karat gold, wi Ji tassels, finé amethyst
Fake teeth inserted on rubber plate. Bro­
G. W. Wi 'obdson also keeps a first-clas stone set in fr< ut, wo’th about $90 each: it.
S aucy C ayote .—The Other day as across North Yambill river—R. Hanna.
ken seta mended; and all work promptly and
Htf.
Taylor Morris was grubbing up poison- Wm. H^nna and J. D. Fenton, appoint­ store, and sc ems to take pride in keepin the other two, ¡bains are beautiful spec­ neatly done.
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ip, strong and dur-
imens of work nan ship,
dur­
oak on the hill above his hquse a cayote ed viewers, with R E. Harris, county up a good assortment.
able; their
tir pri
pi ses are $40 and $60. Now
Summons-
We also li tve a first-class drug store- if you n ecu a shain, do not delay, but
came running along by. He whistled, surveyor, to meet et the old Standley
Kelty & Simpson proprietors, . The gei] send or come i nd purchase one of these In the Circuit Court of Wie State of Oregon far
and it stopped and sit down, and looked mill, March 31st, st 1 o’cloak, p. m.
S. A. YOUNG, M. D.
-ALSO-
the
County
of
Yamhill.
- -the greatest bargain you ever received.
at him for about a minute. rHe-Jias since
In the matter of the proposed change tlemanly dr iggist commonly known t
McMINNVILU, i i i ORSOON.
•X
Uncle Harris,! 705 Kearny Street, four J C Pearce, plaintiff, r,
joined the wolf clujiand swears yengence
Dick
Simpson,
is
alsb
postmaster,
and,
y Suit for Divorce.
in
county
road
leading
from
Amity
to
vs
doors from thl City Hall, San Francis-
on the next cayote: that sits down and
Physicisin, Surgeon and Accouceur. Lata
Sheridan; J. J- Henderson and 26 others, am pleased ,o state that ho is not as on L.Í co. You wil bj bo pleased with them, so Martha Pearce, deft.
iritis at him.
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graduate of .University of Pacific, San
To
Martha
Pearce,
said
defendant:
aricious
fur
the flesh-pots arid world ri
Francisco.
petitioners—Wm G Buffum, Jos. ^att,
h send for one fe r yourself and one for your
In the name of the State of Oregon you are
Ciflroffloe: W. H. Boyd's Drug Store.
IXfiANB.—Mrs. Eliza Jane Barton and E C Williams, appointed viewers, nowned fam o as the exi-postmaster of Li
wife.
hereby required to appear and answer the
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complaint filed against you in the above en­
who has been living with her family in with B E Harris, county surveyor, to fayette, known in Oregon as ••Old Sa
titled suit, on the first day of the next regu­
r
Hf rfeiubor . This.
!»
E HAVE A LABDE ASD WBL1 u
East Chehalem for the last year or two, meet at the residence of J J Hendbrson, mill.”
s
Now is tbe-l me of year for Pneumonia, lar term of the Circuit Court of Yamhill Conn
lected stock of
tv,
to-wit:
the
fourth
Monday
in
March
1877
We have two blacksmith shops; ol
was taken to the asylum to-day by sheriff April 7, 1877, at 11 o’clock a. m.
Lung Fevur, I _'ougbs. Colds, and fatal ro- the 2tlth day of *aid month, and you ata further
Dale, she having been adjudged insane.
suits of predisi
sdisjpostion to Consumption and notified if \ ou-fail to appear and answer, and Patent Medicines, Paints. Oils, Brushes
In tho matter of the application for a conducted iy Major Brown who is i
Her insanity was caused by excessive change in the county road leading from old timer hpre. He has everything coi
other Tnroat
>at and Lting Diseases. Bosc- for want thereof Plaintifi will apply to the Court
Fancy and Dye Staffs,
the relief demanded in said complaint, To-
grief over the burning of a child about
hee’s German
aanpyrup has been used in this for
venient
am
is
prepared
to
do
anythin
wil: a judgment of decree disolving the mar­
John
Randalls
to
D
D
Deskins;
William
neighbprhi loodsfor
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on« ^sar ago.
the past two or three riage contract now existing betwect plaintiff
Notions, &c., ¿to.
Clemmons and 46 others petitioners—N in his line with neatness and dispatc
years without I a single failure s to cure. and defendant and for »uch o ’?er and further
I m J l ALSFD.—A mau undertook to coon Robinson, Wm Hash and A L Alder man He is man . ifacturing various farm ii
If you have 11 Gt used this medicine your- relief as may seem proper, and for cos s and
t
ol suit.
self, go to yo jr Druggist and ask him of disbursments
the fenU across the high water on the appointed viewers, with B E Harris, plements and is only waiting the adv<
—ALBO—
Thia summons is published by order ef R. P. i
MERCH
its
wonderful»success
among
his
custom
­
Boise, Judge of said coart made at chambers
other side of the bridge the other day county surveyor, to meet at the residence of the railroad, when he expects to <
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ers. Three d| |ses will relieve the .-worst on the 13th day of Feb. 1877.
and suoeeded very well until he reached of Wm Clemmens, April 14, 1877, at 11 large hie business to manufacturing
E. C. B radshaw .
case. If you ¿have
.1
no faith in any medi-
Cigars. Tobacco tad Stationery, ¡K., ic.
Atty, for plff.
rious kinds < of . __
I
apodtthe center of the water when the o’clock a. m.
machinery
—and loqouio cine, just buj# ‘ a Sample Bottle of Bosc-
Which we will sell at reduced prices foi cash.
board broke and he was baptised with­
Feb 16, 1877.
bee’s Gormaif i Syrup for 10 cents and try
In the matter of the location of a pro­ tives if profitable.
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P. 0." SULLIVAN^
out the usual eeremonies.
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it.
Regular
i:
,
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iixe,
bottle
75
cents.
Don
’
t
The other thop is conducted by 2
lGP“Perscriptions filled and medicines com­
posed county road leading from road sur­
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neglect a coijgh to save 75 cents.
pounded at all hours.
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FINGER C ut .—Last Wednesday even­ vey N q Z141, between angles No. 40 and Alexander and has quite a history,
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ing. Wm., a little boy. about 4 years of 41 to intersect the county road known as which I air not prepared to give in {b
H ollow a ' s P ills and ‘ O intment .
TWTILL hereafter be found at the south
YOU MUST PAY UP.
tail,
however,
it
was
originated
by
jnr east corner room of Reed’s Open
age, son of Mr. Joe Huston, had the mis- the Muddy creek and Buck Hollow road
Scrofula
considered incurable un-
/ L •
House, up stain, Salem, Ongon.
nttly
r
grangers
and
has
changed
hands
sevtjrpl
lBTOTIC^
is
hereby
given
that
the
co-partner-
to have bis finger cut off by a survey No. 63, leading from Lafayette
til the gr
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disoovery of “Holloway’s
Av
_
jfcipslieretofore
existing
between
Little
­
brother, while at play. Look to Sheridan—Jacob Wisecarver, J G Ba­ times but seems to be in a flours
Pills and»
tmeut” flashed upon the STEAMER M'MINNVILLE field Hill n this day dissolved by mutual oon
hatchet.
id firm having sold out to R. Harris. All
▼. M. BAM8EX,
ker and J H Olds appointed to assess the condition under the management of the world: Diseases which baffle
_ _____
the _____
skill
\ Will Leave
f said firm will be paid by H. B. Little-
of
the
medio.il
schools,
readily
yield
to
damages
of
Zach
Hall,
through
whose
1
present
prbprietor.
•
McMinnville
every
Tuesday,
Thursday
and
March 14thr1877, to the wife
at Law
A.U
All peTBOuB
persons lIi(i6DvC<i
indebted EO
to 8a
said
lu firm^or^to
urui. vr wv uiv,
me, -A.ttarp.ey
We hav» a hardware and tin shop, > es- these peerles» remedies. Scurvy, Ery­ urday, for
Fenton, a ten pound boy. land the proposed road runs.
must pay the same- immediately to. H- Hurley,
of
LAÍAYBTTE, OREGON.
sipelas
Saltrheum,
itch,
and
all
cutane
­
In the matter of the location of the, i, tablished here* last fall by Mr.
who
— M
_ authorised to collect the sum . and no
jd upon the lady, and
ous eruption» are
25
And intermediate points.
H. B. L xttxfixld .
- - curable
-
. .A by
. ... them.
....
one else.
county rbad leading from road survey | who is recently from the East. He
dents per bot ot pot.
For rates apply on board.
Offlee in the Court House.
Feb. 5th, 1877.
LAFAYETTE
IlEUE AND THEllE.
COURIER.
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LOOK HERE
DRUGS, DRUGS,
. On the 15th Nov. wfe
will open a strictly cash
Store, when Goods will
be sold at least 15 per
cent.- below former Pri­
ces ever obtained in this
County.
Will pay for J
all we can GET Fi
J. M. ROBERTS,
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WALSH & REED,
FINE m 4 UONDS
ants ,
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