Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, September 18, 1866, Image 3

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THE courier ;
Wheat,
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Barley,
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Corn meal, $ 100 tbs
Flour, "fl 100 tbs
Middlidgs,
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Apples, dried’ f) tb
Peaehes,
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BACON.
Hams,
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Sides, fl th
Shoulders,
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Lard, $ tb
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The following are our duly authorized
«gents to receive and receipt for »ubscriplions
and advertisements for the C ourier :
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J. J. Knowlton Sc Co. *’ I San Francisco. I .
L. P. Fisher,
Dr. H. F. White, .
. .x Lafayette.
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Hon. C. II. Burch,
.... Amity.
Dr. J. Dodson, .
.... Dayton
Hon. W. T. Newby
. . McMinnville.
Andrew Baker, .
... Muddy.
J. M. Frver, .
. . North Fork.
Hon. A. Shuck, .
.West Chehalem.
. East Chehalem.
;D. Ramsey,
Marion endrix,
Wheatland.
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T. J. Lovelady,
. Dallas.
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1 Dr. G. 3. Davidson, t
Tillamook.
ir. T. A. Bailey, .
Forest Grove.
Wm. Blanchard. . . .
. . Hillsboro.
Hox. J ohn H enry S mith ,
PORTLAND,
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Tbvse warning anything iii the Stove and
Tin-wale line cannot do better than to
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Front Street next^ b oor to Bebees. Messrs.
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he people and are prepared to supply them
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Those wantingCrockry, Glassware, Coal
oil, Lamps Ac., should not fail to ¿ivo
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Hayward, Colman &
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east side
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5EW FYBÄITUÄEl^
AND FAMILY G&dpERY
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A CHANCE FCB EVERYBODY.
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Fancy Soaps, Soaps of all kinds, Candies
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and Licorice, pipes, pens and Inks, powder,
Caps, Shot and Bar Lead, Letter papery fancy AÜCTÏ0N SALES EVEÈŸ THURSDAY
and plait, Envelopes, plain and fan ;y, Oysters (
At 10 O’CLOCK, A. M.
and Sardines, Canned Fruits of all kinds.
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4'Best brands Whiskys and Brandies,
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XAFATETTE.
Portland Market
The following are th?’ prices paid farm­
ers for produce in Portland. We shall
take pains to correct these figures each
week, up to the hour of going to press, so
farmers may rely on our report being cpr-
recteii that of the Portland dailies iBi
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A general variety of the leading proprieta­
ry remedies constantly on hand.
Spices,
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£'
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Concentrated Lye,
and Axle Grease,
Also an assortment of pocket cutlery I ,
RAZORS and straps , besides a general
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Treats Successfully, old or CHfcONIC dis-
every Character, description or kind.
CROCKERY,
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CANCERS end CANCRIFORM Affections
GLASSWARE, LAMPS, A c ., &c,t &c.
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and with marvelous rapidity.
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ment of diseases pecuHira t0 Female8 on thjs
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Dr.
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find for salei
All ot the special remedies
J ' Assortment of Tinware,
Kept for sale, with li^l instructions how to
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use thcm.-^g
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and
many
usefül
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ornamental
articles too
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11 Persons residing at *;» distance who desire numerous to mention, Give me a calí and
Nos. 138 and 140 Front Street,
my treatmeptfor
any
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can enclose 85 and address, AZ».
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R. Dillon,
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Lafayette, July 81. 1866-ly.
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PORTLAND.
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Oregon,
describing
disease
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symptoms’ when they|will receive by return
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id test - its efficacy.
ATTEXTIOX
Office South Side mainFstreet, one door past
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EDWARDS informs all
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Opposite Wbat Cheer Bouse, Portland, Or*
that he is established in L afay ­
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AVE eju^t received, and are constant--
WAGONS. HACKS, COACHES AND BUGGIES
ly receiving the^ largest an. best se-
An expe rience of'many years on this coast lected stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
iA the business, enables him to assm re patrons ever brought to this market, consisting : of 1 I
that he understands what it.requf *es to make
ipr repair jobs in his line ftra manner to stand DRY GOODS,
through all our varied seasons He will,take
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in exchange frfr his work wagon timber and
lumber. He wanta Spokes, Felloci s, Tongues,
¥ BOOTS AND SHOES,
Axles, &c., for which he will allow the, mar-
J. EDWARDS. .
ket price. '
hats an U C aps ,
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YANKEE NOTIONS ano CROCKERY.
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In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for datronage extended them by the public of
the county of Yamhili, ss.—John W. ■ U*
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Allen, ptf., vs. Levi F. Allen, deft. (Uni
YAMHILL, Washington and Polk Counties
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would announce tl that they are -prepared to
rpO LEVI F. ALLEN, Defendant:—In the
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j. name of the State o( Oregon, you are
show to Customers a superior assortment oi
hereby required to appear And answer the
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complaint tiledagainst you in the above en­ TIN-WARE, STQvfe and all and singular
titled action, within ten days from the sers
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this .cftpn^)'; and if served in any H'llliu ii 1 * jn •.r I ■ • j.-
within thisÿtfiprày
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other county of this State", then within twen­
quality,
usually
found
in a First Clasa house.
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Summons upon you; Aud if you fail so to
Remember
the
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answer, for want thereof, the plainiff will take
judgmant againit you for the sum of one I
STOVE Store, Fron tU; PORTLAND. Next
thousand Dollars with lawful interest there­
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on since the 1st day of September,; 1864, to­ door to Be bee’s.
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Therefore we would respectfully invite the
public to call snd examine our stock before'
purchasing elsewhere.
The Highest Cash Price paid for dll kinds
of Produce.-
Crockery, I-anipN, Oils,
GLASS, CHINA, ANt) PLATED
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And many other articles too numerous tor
mention. Being favored by having a resident
partner in San Francisco, and buying only
for Cash, we are enabled to sell ¿bods as
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Groceries.
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Our Motto—“ QUICK SALES
profits ,” and no humbug.
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Lamps, Chandeliers, Chimneys, and Lamp
Remember the ptace, opposite the What
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Cheer House.
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We guarantee entire satisfaction, or nor
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Lard,
sale.
Try us and convince yourselves.
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OTICE is heaeby given that on the last
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Monday'in Se te’ber, to wij, 24th, the
GALLAND, GOODMAN & CO.,
Tanners’ Oil
Assessor will attend att the office of the Ccuuty
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Alcohol , etc.
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Clerk of Yamhill County Oregon, and with
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129 Front street, Portland
the assistance of the Cpunty Clerk will publicly
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examine the assessment rolls and correct ail 92 F ront S treet , P ortland , and
Front st,, San Francisco.
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eitors in valuation, dl -scription or qualities of no22
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Yamhill for county Ss.—Erastefn & S. tei ested, or whe krfow ithéy
they have property I
Alexander pltf., vs. Levi F. , Allen and C, liable to be taxed, iniYamhiil County are re­ i
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The undersigned would say to the pub-
p. SMITH, Assessor.
LEVI F. ALtENl one of said defts. date.
lie that he will open a School in Ua>
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In the name of the State of Oregon you
August 28th 1866
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are hereby Summoned and Required to ap
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20tb, ensuing. Following Branches will
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be taught, viz : Algebra, Arihmetic Ast­
now on file in the Clerks
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ronomy, Gammaf and Philosophy, besides
County Oregon, withi n ten days fi
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SUBSCRIBE
date of the service of this
upon you
THE COURIER.
ns summons 1,
all the Lower Branches.
if served in tba County of Yamhill, and With
with SU8TAIN Ypui ?I0ME PAPER! MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MUs
TERMS: $6, A $6, P ct Qr. .
in twenty days if -erved in any other County
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MUSIC B
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STRI.
M. R.’ CARY.
sic, music
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in the State, and that if ybu fail to answer ’•IWe have made mrrengoments whereby
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judeg>
ment against you for
f the Sara of one thous- we can take from new subscribers, Wheat,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
toes, Barley, Obion's
and and eight hundred
id red dollars, and ¡IlFiltLii-
cost and Floury Oats, Potatoes
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disburstments. You are further notified Beans, Bacon,*Lard f, Batter* &c. Ac at
OF ALL KINDS.
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Who will be
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that your property has been attache d to satx the highest market Ipi
isfy said demand.
without the County pape
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OLE AGENT FOR THE QELEBRA-
By order of
R. P. Boise, Ji ’
ted Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ.
had for a liqoet. anythi Ing the farmer
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W olff & T bimbl M Attys. forp|:
The best instrument of the kit d in the
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at all times found all the staple art
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of suit.
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Attorney for pltf.
to a Mammoth Piano, should not fail tp go
STATE OF OREGON J
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! COUNTY OF YaMHILL, )
It is ordered that service in said, cause
Musical books and sheet music constantly
be made by publication of Summons for six
on band in lafg supply.
weeks in die Lafayette Courier, a newspaper
published in said county.
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Instruments, from a Jews-harp
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Summons.
tion and will give you your mcnie’s wuijth.
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ROBINSON & LA1<E, of the abo ve pop-
Galland, Goodman A Co. on Front street
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opp'osite the \\ hatCheSr House a tr ial.
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They are mercbauts of established reputa­
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E lder S. C. A dams y inducts religious ser
vices at the Church 1 1 LafayeUe, on the
first Sabbath of'each mói th, at 11 o’clock a . m .
RevJ G. 11. Greer, pi aches at McMinnville
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at 11 o’clock
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a 1 in Lafayette at 8
o’clock y. M. •> on the ’ rrth Sabbath of each
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R ev , M il M’Calister ;azarene) will preach
at the Court House on he second Sabbath of
ninth, at 11 o’clock.
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Jltev. James Kelsey w|l preach in Lafayette,
¡h; month, at 11 o’clock
on 8d! Sabbath of each;
Wheat, new,for milling,'^ bu, 65 @70
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Oats,
bushel
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Corn meal,
LOO tbs,
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Flour, country brands,
$ ■ 00
Jefferson flour,
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Imperial standard
6 00
Standard,
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Flour' extra,
35 00
Ground Fepd,
20
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Bran,
i@35 00
Middlings,
New Y’ork, first Tuesday in November. Apples
0(^3 00
bx,
Wisconsin, first Tuesday in November. Apples, dried,
9@10
West Virginia, fourth Tuesdayin 0c- Peaches
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Plums,
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Maine, second Monday in September. Bacon
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Chicago Aug. 26.—A Washington special Hams
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dispatch says a delegatioh of California pol­
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Shoulders
iticians are here arranging a new set of ap-
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tins,
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pointtnants for that State. ‘The slate is made
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up, and .the Radical office-holders will be Lard, in kegs,
doz,
removed. Ex-Guvernor
»John ... Bigler . is , toi be Eggs
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Director of the Mint at San Francisco, 4”d Butter
lb,
Samuel Purdy, Postmaster at the same
some­ Chickens f) doz,
place, Bigler and Purdy promise Califor- Potatoes
bu,
<iia to Johnson.
50u3 50
Onions
100 tbs,
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50a4 U0
Beaus
25 00
ton,
I mportant to F armers and O thers . I Bale! Hay per
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24 00
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—Those visiting Portland and desiring Straw
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to make purchases of Dry Goods, Grower- ! Hides, salted, per tb )
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ies, Clothing, Fancy and staple articles of Hides, dry, per lb,
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Butter,
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Cheese, per tb,
Chiekens, fl doz.,
Potatoes, f4 bushel'
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Beans,
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Hav,
ton,
Wool,$4b,
The following named States hold elections
this year. Seventeen of.them elect members
of Congress, who will ta^e their seats on the
first Monday of December, 1866:
• Vermont, fi st Tuesday in September.
Iowa, second Tuesday in October,
Indiana, second Tuesday in October.
Ohio, second Tuesday in October.
Pennsylvania, second Tuesday in October.
Kan-as, first Tuesday in November.
Illinois, first Tuesday io Noveutber.
Maryland, first Tuesday in November.
Massachusetts, first Tuesday in Novem-
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Michigan, first Tuesday in November.
3Iinnesota, first Tuesday in November.
-Missouri, first Tuesday in November, I
New Jersey, first Tuesday in Novem­
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MISCELLANEOUS.
STATE ELECTIONS.
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via Hillsboro, Forest Grove and Centerville,
and return TWIOF a WEFK, Carrying the
United States M ail I
assengers and Baggage taken to and from
all the above and intermediate Points.
Packages of Goods &e., carefully and
promptly delivered.
jyji^Will leave Lincoln House at 6 A. M-
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MONDAYS and THURSDAYS,
riving at LAFAYETTE on Tuesdays and
Fridays, and reaching PORTLAND od
return trips, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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D- M. FIELD’ PrO-
Lafayette, Aug. 26,1866.
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of Three Doilfrs, tq t secure the CouRtÈR ' Gold Medal Plano F orte«
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These instruments have elicited ibe highest
1 scription between this snd the coming
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from the musical .. profession,V
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CHEAP:
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and others in[e ¡rest and have received the written 1 testimony of rtEAt;
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the
most
eminent
musicians'of
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themselves in' behalf of the paper ? Fv very
.1 resident
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moye espepially States, as to their superiority over1: all others,
We are prepared to execute All kinds of joq
in quality and volume of tone,> capacity for ex­
ptopeity holders,
holders s in­ pression, quickness of action^ durability and priniing at this office With neatness ami
business men and property
terested in tbb
the suoccss
success of a paper at La- quality of keeping ip. tune.
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EVERY IN8TRUMBNT WARRANTED ’ERFECT.
each contrrbu
Bills, Postera, and Blaks of all . kinds;
toward its support will
E. G. RANDALL,
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insure the
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Law, Medical and Btfsiuess Cardan Visiting
First and Alder sts., next ) door to
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PURIFYING the Blood, Strengthening the
Nerves, Restoring the lost Appetite, is
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FRESE’S HAMBURG TEA.
It is the best preservative against almost an,
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sickness, if used timely. "Composed of herbs
only, it can be given safely to infanta. Full
directions in 1 English, French Spanish and
Uerroan,
TRY IT!
German, wicn
with every
ev.cry package.
packaj
For sale at all the wholesale and retail
drug stores and groceries.
T
EMIL FRESE. Wholesale Druggist^
Solo Agent, 410 Clay street,
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' Notice is hereby given to all persons inter-
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has been — duly
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pointed by the^Hon. County Judge of Yamhill
County, Oregon,'Administrator of the estate
of JPeggy T. Goodrich, deceased. All persons
‘ having claims against the said deed’s estate
will present them duly proven to me at iny
near Dayton, Oregon, within ¡ six
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J ohn G oodrich .
aenths from this date.
Admr.
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