Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, July 31, 1866, Image 3

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THE COURIER.
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AGENTS FOR THE COURIER.
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES.
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E lder S. C. A dams conduct» religious ser-
vices at the. Chuith in Lafayette, or
first Sabbath of eacn month, at 11 o’clock i
Rev. N. A. S tarr , preaches at McMio^ville
at 11 o’clock __ a _ . -L,
M., and in Lafayette
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u ’clock p . m ., on the fourth Sabbath of
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month.
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R ev , M r . M’Calistcr (Nazarene) will pr sach
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EVERYBODY?
at the Court House on the second Sabba h of
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each month, at ‘11 o’clock- ; |
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will preach in Lafayi tte,
Rev. James Kelsey
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AUCTION
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A F avor ’ Wfc A ppreciate .—tast
Tuesday’s mail from Portland brought us
a large bundle of late and choice eastern
newspapers and magazines from Mr, Chas.
Barrett, the extensive and popular news­
dealer, book merchant and stationed of
Portland. Among the papers, (Sre./ re­
ceived we will mention Harpers’ and Les­
lie’s pictorials, the Louisville Journal, the
St. Louis Republican, N. Y. Day Book >
Boston True Flag, Irish American, N, . Y.
Police Gazette, AJ^rryman’s Monthly, Ar-
my and Navy Journal, N. Y. Dispa :eh,
£c,‘ Persons visiting Portland will do
Well to give Mr. Barrett a call. He kdops
a large assortment of everything in his
Jine. /
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A rrival of N ew F arm M aciiine -
Bir.’5—»W.
AV. T. Neyvby, Esq., of McMinn
McMjnn- ­
ville, paseed through town the latter part
of last week, with a new improved Tresner,
and Cleaner, which he purchased of Mr.
C. Hopkins, we believe, in Portland.
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T he O regon A griculturist .--—fWe
are pleased to learn from parties who have
bad opportunities to know; that the Agri­
culturist and Plowman at Salem is re­
ceiving a support that fixes it at onefe as
one of the permanent institutions of the
State. Not alone farmers, but all classes
of the people of Oregon, should be pfoud
that the material interests of the State
are represented by such a publication as
the Agriculturist. .In size, as well as-the
quantity and quality of matter contained
in each issue of the Agriculturist, it com­
pares favorably with aknbs
almost any publlica-
tion of a similar character anywhere, and
advantageously with many, Every Far-
mer, at least,
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In
connection with the publication depjart-
ment of the paper, is a complete job office.
Farmers and others can Contribute much
toward the permanent success, of the pa­
per by patronizing the job department
Jkt least a thousand copies of the Agri­
culturist should / be taken in . Yamhill
county.
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W elcome
H ome .—Company
from this county, First Oregon Infantry,
was mustered out at Vancouver on last
Tuesday.> Quite a number of the boys
have been spending a few days in-Lafay­
ette during the week past. They1 ha^
been in the service about 22 months, »nd
have done some hard service. The climate
up north must bo a healthy one, we take
it, for every one of( the returned volun­
teers we have seen Tooks exceedingly ro­
bust and hearty. Long may they live.
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The Statasman mentions the fact ihat
there are Republicans at large who ought
to be in the penitentiary. This is just
what we claimed when you said that the
majority of those in that institution were
Democrats. - Your courts are probably
organized either to conv’ict or acquit, as
the interests of yqur pasty seem to ¡de­
mand. In view of the fact that your
grand and petit juries are composed nearly
exclusively of your kind, there is | ust
ground for suspicion on this point.
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HIHli That he
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entire stòck of
SADDLES
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of Mr. Dj?al, in Dayton, Oregon, valere
mav be found at all times a complete stock
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An Interesting Letter. I ’ r-‘-
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F amily SuppLTES.-y-Sec advertisement
of R. L. Simpson. Dick has all he ad­
vertises, and a great deal more.
He
makes it a speciality to deal in the char­
acter of goods he advertises, and is there­
by enabled to buy on more favorable terms
than can merchants who incidentally kjeep
goods in his line, and he can therefore
«ell a better article for less money than
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. The following are our duly authorized
agents to receive and receipt for subscriptions
and advertisement» for the C ourier :
J. J. Knowlton <k C
Co., | San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Dr. H. Fe White, .
. .. Lafayette.
Hon. C. H. Burch,
. . . Amttty.
Dr. J. Dodson, .
. ..«■. Dayton
Hon. W. T. Newby,
. McMinnville.
Andrew Baker, . .
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Muddy.
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J. M. Fryer, . .
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. North Fork.
COWFECTIOWERY
having received
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Hon. A. Shuck, . .
West Chehalem.
D. Ramsey, . .
East Chehallem. AND FAMILY GROCERY-
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Marion Hendrix,, .
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Large Cunkignmcnts of
T. J. Lovelady, . ; «
. Dallas.
L SIMPSON keeps a first class Kami;
¡Dr. Q. B. Davidson,
. . Tillamook.
1 lllamQok.
• lv Grocery in Lafayette, where car be furniture ,
Dr. T/ A. Bailey, .
, Forest Gr|ve. at all times found all the staple articles
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Wm. Blanchard, .
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Hillsboro.
Family supply line, besides
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A Miscellaneous Assortment of
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To The Sick.
NEW
ÄITVREI
. Very few persons, even among physi»
fcians, would have been willing uoon
thy terms to " hive. been J in V the
condition
of
thè
writer
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of the following lejtter • on the 14th of Feb-
ruayy last. 1 will ’ anticipate
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somewhat
his report of the facts by sayiug that on
the lbth of August last, be made me a vis1
it, “ the very picture of good health.”
e, whict
Titn|,
which tries and proves all things
fecintly
" ’ tested this case, and shown
has su
relapses
nor
having
that ne! eh|)er re
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. „ collapses
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followed’the cure is perfect, and can bo
cited among the scores of similar cases
the result of pay improved mode , of tress
ting qisease without medicine^
Aug. 27, 1865.
G. M. Bourne,
Water Cure Physician, No. 10, Masonic
Temple, Post street.
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Sacramento, April 30, 1865.
Dr. G. M. B ourne —Dear Sir:—It is
USEFUL AND LUXURIOUS ARTICLES.
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with pleasure and satisfaction that I now
Carriage Harnqss
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let you know of my good health. Looking
SHADES
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Fancy Soaps, Soaps of all kinds, i/ Candk-s
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back upon what I have passed through,
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Singlé a¡i|d Double
and Licorice, pipes, pens and Inks, powder,
it seems as if I was lifted from the grf^e,
í y CROCKER
Caps, Shot and Bar Lead, Letter paper, fancy
and I think it my duty to acknowledge to
and plain, Envelopes, plain and fancy, Oysters . glassware ;
you and the world (he benefit I derived
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and Sardines, Canned Fruits of all kinds,
from water treatment as administered by
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Finest Wines,
SÁDDLES
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Best brands Mfhiskys and Brandies,
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August, 1864. when disease1 developed
0 I ters
Hostetter, Hoottand and Drake Bitters.
itself with a severe cough. I then took
all description.!
medicines, getting worse, with chills, fes,
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'Patent Medicines.
•vers, loss of strength, and was pronounced
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consumptive. This set me to thinking, ■
A gencral variety of the leading proprietà1
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I finally determined to leave my busi­
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go to the Sandwich Islands, having-
with or without Hoops.
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Spices,
. ápyrs, . Sinèhes,
L ’ : Leggings,
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been informed that I could not be cured5
Nos. 138 apd ¡140 Front Street,
Cooking Extracts,
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here. I went to San Francisco, and
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also, keeps on hand o complete
Perfumery,
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while waiting for a ship, called upon Dr.
Slock of all description of
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Bourne, who stated th^t a trip to the Is\ ’
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lands would'probablv result disastrously,
Also an assortment of pocket cutlery ,
harness L eather , *,
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RAJOllS and - straps , besides a general
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of
to
the
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myself under his treatment, and in one
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Assortment of Tinware,
week was so much improved I thought I
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and many useful and ornamental, articles too
trade bargains.
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Pacific-Railroad.^ The Doctor objected, .
R. L. S
make a purchase. y
SADDLERY FURBISHING GOODS,-
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but I thought I knew- better, and return­
Lafayette, July 31f, 1,866-ly. 'i
PRI S REDUCED !
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to duty. In about two weeks my
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and contrary to Dr. Bolurne’s injunction
he is .able to sell at |o •wer
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WAGON
figures than
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never to take rhedicinf again, committed
such goods can ’be purchased 1 elsewhere
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that folly, and soon 5fas so completely
in this Valleyi
AND REPAIRING
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run down that I could scarcely walk ; so,
X^X„The highest Market price paid for
EDWARDS informs all
as a last resort, I conciti ded once more to
Ilousp, Portland, Or-
Opposite What |Che
Hides
and produce. 1
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try the water cure. I n rent to SanFran-
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promptitude
in
business
ic is
i» vaiauiiaufu
iii LArAf
that he
established in
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hope
to
eisco—Tew of my friends i expecting me
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merit a fair share oftlw trade in my line.
AVEijjust rece
rcce |vcd,
4 , and are constant-
ette , in the business of manufacjluring and
er to return—In fact,
thought my re­
ly receiving tli£ largest qnQ best se­
Repairing done on short notice.
rapairing
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turn doubtful. On i arriving at Dr. B.’fl-
WAGONS, HACKS, COACHES ANI) BOGIES. lected stock of GEN J flAL’MERCUANDISE
establishment (Feb. 14 1865) I was not
Customers from the opposite
ever
brobght
to
¿this
inarket,
consisting
of
An experience of many years on dlte coast
able to get into the batti withot assistance
side of |he river, who purchase the
in the business, enables hfrn
but in a few days I be^into recover my-»
hfm toast
to assure patrons DRY GOQDS, | j1
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amopntjof five dolía ut, will be entitled
self again. I ! remainec with him
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that he understands'what
understands what it requi
requires to m^ke
;e at my expanse.
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weeks, w ben I left,
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or repair-jobs in his‘line ip a'mariner to stand
viser . and
CLOTHING,
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through
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through all our varied seasons lie will take /
have now been at wd^k several weeks,
in exchange for- his woylfi. wfegoq timber
A
nber I and
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SHOES,
Dayton, February yth, 1866.
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lumber. He w ants ßpokeg, Ideilo
and find that I am gairting evary day, and
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at
present bid ¡fair to be stouter than ever
Axles, &c., for which he will allow the mar-
Final Settlement.
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before. Persons vlsitir g the Doctor’s es-
ket price.1
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J. EDW ARDS.
YANKE^.NOTIO
In) County Court, Y’atnhill Uoupty,
Lafayette, J;; ily 81, 1866-ly.
tablishment will find it just what it should,
Statt? of Oregon, In, the nfatter of the Es­
be, both in Lfedies’ and Gentlemens’ de­
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Also a large
ge stock of ' j
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partments. and I cajnndi. say too much in
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of final fek‘ttle<nent and distribution.
praise of tho doctor's kind attentions to
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And man/ other anficles too nu
This letter I write for the benefit of all
Adtni inisiratrix of
/ of the estate
____ of Charles
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IMPORTERS AND MALERS IN
dent
Being! favdied by having
mention, f
the afflicted, to be used as the Doctor de-
iBeri v deceased, late of Yamhill County, .
48an Fi
Francisco,
and bu . „only
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partner in <San
cides, aud should it.be the means of direc­
and
îles
her
aecout
for
fiinal
settlement
Crockery, I
Oil
re
enabled
to
sell
goods
Afe
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for
Cash,
we
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ting any to his care and treatment who-
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jand distribution.of said estate.
iN;TOWN.
cheap as any house : tNjTOWN.
(as they surely will) find relief, I wiU be
GLASS, CHINA, AND PLATED
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is ordered that Tuesday, the 7th day
would
respectfully
invite
the
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refute
we
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paid for my trouble!, JAMES CAMP­
w ARE,
of .A liguât next, be’ set apart for said fi-
>nd examine our stock before
public to call snd
BELL, Engeneei- Central Pacific R. R.
nal settfement and distribution, in said
parchasing elsewhere* ,
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Couil t. aiid thht four weeks notice thereof
The Highest Cash Price paid for all kinds
S an F rancisco . August 22, 1865.
be g ¡tent by publication in the Lafayette
of Produce.
Advised by tho undejrsigned, Mr. Jasi-
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no. 24 4w
Cou UEH previous V thereto.
Lamps, Chandeliers, Chimneys, and Lamp
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Campbell, of thè Central pacific Rail
Stock.
J, W. COWLS,
W anted—100.000 Pounds óf
i Road, (who was then in a most deplora­
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Kerosene,
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der the cane of Dr. Bfeurne the Water
tfbtto—** fUKK ‘ SALES AND SMALL
Lard,
1‘Our Mptto
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Cure Phypiciau. Somè -six months or
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PROFITS,” |nd no 1
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I accidentally met him at Dr. Bourne’s es
a» Alcohol.
Remember the ilu^e, opposite the What
etc.
By or before
thè
FOURTH
Day
JULY
tablishment, and ain happy to say, Resto­
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will
have
burnt
red to good health,and i|h fine spirits.
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a«h reac y for delivery, at his ,
JOH SULLIVAN.
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414 Front st„ San Francisco.
We guarantee iniiro
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satisfaction, òr
| BRICK YARD!
CARD!
sale.- Try’ us an j convince yourselves.
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Dr. Bourne treats all __ diseases
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milers
south
of
Lafayette,
upwards
of
ÌJoDMAN & Cp.¿ i
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throat, chest and luug j—which includes
; G ALL AND. G
E. O. RAADALL,
allUEllRED
THOUSAND
BRICK
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of
* * diphtheria, bronchitis, incipient consump­
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Ho has secured
12¿ Front street, Portland.
I a very Superior Quality.
tion, pleurisy, crouip, <5;c,— with greatest
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the
serViceB
of
the
best
Moulder
and
Burs
success."
Great relief i i afforded in ad­
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on
.tie
Coast,
and'ean
theretcre
Safely
vanced stages of Consumption. I Rheuma­
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MU-
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warrat
fiis BRICK ro be inferior to none.
tism, parlysis’ neuralgip, fever apd ague,
SIC, MUSIC BUUKS, STRINGS; |
JACOB
UN )|BHILL & CQ
Mako
your
engagements
early.
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shall,
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dropsy, ete., etc., ate allso
¡feo cure I quickly,
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be “hard up” for money, and will cotiser
pleasantly
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econoufically.
No medi­
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quen’tly Bell Cheaper fhrn the Cheapest I
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Hardware , Iroi, Stec
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iver purchasing Brick ot mo, may
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Confirmation Strong ot
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Ferriage. no. 19 3m.
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Smiths’ Bellows,’ A fivjls, Vise I,
An Intcrerting Letter.
4 FRANK. HOLDRIDGE.
OLE AGENT FOR THE CELEBRA-
Wagon fend Seat Springs, Nuts
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June 1, ’66*
S acramento , SOvembvr 23, 1065
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ted Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ.
VashètSjìTfimble ¡ Ikeinp;
and Wasl
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D
ear
D octor ;—I ceived your letter
The best instrument of tho kind in the
Cutnberlai Çoal, Ha rjng Tjools,
Cuinberfand
Tlie New York Day-Book,
a few days since askii g for my photograph
world. Also, Agent for Steinway & Son’s Kjvjr
Scythes
mee <»<>u
fend Boa
k/.ia^hfe, Grail Ura< idles, Hay
which. I will attend t ins soon as'con vens
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Forks, Mechanics’ ; T^ols of he be eSt quality,
' the best
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lent.
At present 1 1 itn. very busy, on ac-
manufacturers of the celebra ted i
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count of the stormy weal
ather, being out at
Gold Medal Piano Forte.
emocratic weekly in amer -
D)BÜÍN¡IÍOR^E ^AILS.
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all times, both night and I day, ahd am en-
1CA, can be had as follows, cash in
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joying good health, a pprehending uo dan-
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advance:
These instruments have elicited the highest
JACOB
jEFiÖERHlllL
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CO.,
ger if properly carefu 11, as every one sho’d
commendatien from the musical profession,
One copy one year, •
$2 00
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troni
strleet,
Portland.
be. I haye rcad mj y letter in the Call
Three copies one year, •
and have received the written testimony of no 22
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and other papers, and 1 have beep asked
the most eminent musicians of the United
• \ Five copies one year, and one to the
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several times cqnc?ri|irg it, and whether
gettfcTiupof
the
clul),
States, as to their superiority over all others/ a
10 00
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is correct, and 1 say r I can vouch for its
in quality and volume of tone, capacity forex­
Ten copies one year, and one tot
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Notice.
contents, and more if Required, as can a
pression, quickness of action, durability and
tho getter up of the club
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great
many others who knew me
mo at -the
the
iditiopal
copies,
quality of keeping in tune.
Ad"
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ST a TE OF
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your
f-iend.
time,
BVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED PERFECT. ,
one . year,
Tw /enty
C ounty dr Y à W h ^ l |
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80 00
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JAME !S CAMPBELL.
EVRIF----
E. G. RANDALL,
- VAN EVRIE,
HORTON & CO.
To D r . Rourne, San Francisco^
In Justice’s Court for
Cor. First and Alder st«., next door ,to
162 Nassau street, New York
icinct of Amity
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Post
Office,
Portland.
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sied his relap& into
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ic peace n said
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formed
W" The Best Remedy For U’. Morgan.
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on returning to his duties, of the writer'of
PURIFYING the Blood, Strengthening ;Qe
To F. Morgah, the
he above» named def
det ’t.
“ An interesting Letts r/’ whose state­
Nerves, Restoring the lost Appetite, is
Prof? A. F. FORBES will com-
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epjfaaring
to
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Court
that
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ments concerning t|e c lire of a, well defi-
FRESE‘8 HAMBURG TEA.
menc^the pecond term of the Lafay­
nonresident Ofxhislstfete, you' are hereby noti-
ned case of Consumption have recently*
It is the best preservative against almost $ny
ette
Public
School
in
Lafayette,
on
it
of
attach
ment
has
been
i
issued
fied
that
a
writ
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attracted so much attefition to the Water.
sickness, if used timely. Composed of herbs
ml y^ur pröprty attached J to sa/t-
Monday the 13th day of July 1866.
Cure, as improved upon and practiced by
only, it can be giver» safely to infants. Full against you ai
He has ample facilities for the accom­
Dr. Bourne. This additional testimony
directions in English, French! Spanish and isfy the demandi Ì)fT. lì. . | Harrison against
you, ar
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— tp ‘ the
ÀL sui
sumi
of
sixty
one
and
mounting
odation
of
SO
Scholars.
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German, with every package. TRY IT!
must prove satisfactory to ail reasonable
poih. j No«v,
No«v, ¡unless you shall
minds. It should be rtmembetiqi thatJDr
For sale at all the wholesale and retail 13-ioo dollars;
TERMS
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Per,
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appear
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Bourne uses no medicine whatevej, and
drug stores and groceries.
or in that proportion for Scholar» conk-
Justice
of
the
Hi
ace
in
and
fot
said
County,
at
his'patients
almost universally those’ who
EMIL FRESE. Wholesale Druggist,
menceii|g any time during the term.'
his
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office
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on
*he
th
25tb
day
4f
August,
1866,
have failed to rece ve relief from the meds
Sole Agent, 41O*Clay street,
A deduction will be made from the
at 2 o’clock p.
p.| M.,of
m .. of asid
said day, judgment will libò
be 4
b(
ical
practitioners; yett’iey are Cured with
pan Francisco. .
rendered agaiqfet you^ and your property Bold
above figures to be governed by the
great
rapidity, an4 in a pleasant and agree
ealer in Dry Goods, to pay the debt and cost *
.^T. HEMBREE, Dealer
amourit
appropriated
for
common
able
manner.
N 10 Masonic Temple,
side
• Groceries Hardware, Ac. I ;. i South
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Wheat, $ Bushel,
Oats, $ - ”
Barley,
bushel,
Corn meal,
10€
Flour, $ 100 Iba
Middlidgs,
ton,
Apples, dried’
Plashes,
lb
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BACO«
Hama,
lb
Sides, $ft>
Shoulders,
lb
Lard, f ft>
MISCELLA
Egg«» $ do*-»
Batter,
ft
Cheese, per tt>, ,
Cbiekens,
doz.,
Potatoes, % bushel’
Onions, pro
Beans,
ft)
Hay, > ton
WoolF> !b,
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