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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1866)
The following are our duly authorized
agents to receive and receipt for subscriptions
and advertisements for the C ourier ;
J. J. Knowlton & Co., y San Francisco.
L. P. Fisher,
Dr. H. F. White,
Hon. C. H. Burch, .
Dr. J. Dodson, . .
Hon. W. T. Newby, .
Andrew Baker, . .
J. M. Fryer, .
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Hon. A. Shuck, > •
Marion Hendrix, .
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T. J. Lovelady, .
Dr. G. B. Davidson,
Dr. T. A. Bailey, . • •
vv . . viauvuaiU|
Blanchard. • . • • •
H on . J ohn H enry S mith ,
the services of
BRICK MAÇON, Ân firtl one by call-
ing, soon «.V
and other ’ work don(fjBatisfactorilly,' .i or no
FAMILY GROCER Y.
receipt of a letter disease withstating the
symptoms, the age* and sex of tbe■ patient"
THE FEMALE MEDICJN
Jk SIMPSON ’- keeps a first class Fami-
Discovered and used by tbe Resident Phys»
in i.. Lafayette; where can v<*<»
hicK I are safe
ician, are the only remedies which
at all 21 times
1 • • all • the - - staple
r articles in the and sure to have the effect. The large number
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ased, is a
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hi a I • *—..-i. —•—-_.i_._-—•—■ J m of cases in whieh they have been
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Miscellaneous Assortment of
guarantee of their success,
USEFUt AND LUXURIOUS ARTICLES. Great care should be taken in listing the
Institute, to rememerthe name,
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Fancy Soaps, Soaps of all kinds, Candies ELECTROPATHIC INSTITUTE,
and Licorice, pipes, pens and Inks, powder,
645 Washington Street
Caps, Shot and Bar Lead, Letter paper, fancy
and plain. Envelopes, plain and fancy, Oysters between Montgomejy and Keorny streets1 i.
and Sardines, Canned Fruits of all kinds,,
J. H. Josselyn, YI. D.
. | Best brands Whiskys and Brandies,
Hostetter, Hoofland and Drake Bitters.
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Wheat, « Bushel,
Barley, V bushel,
Corn meal, p 100 lbs
Flour, % 100’tbs
Middlidgs, $ ton,
Apples, dried’ $ lb
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’-“layette Market m
AGENTS FOR THE COU
E lder S. C. ADAMsilonducts religious ser-
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r ti? 5n ' ' T Lafayette, nn
vices at the
first Sabbath of each month, at 11 o’clock a . m .
Rev. G. H. Greer, pleaches at McMinnville
11 o v ’clock a , m ., ajpd in Lafayette at 3
o’clock- p. m ., on tbe fourth Sabbath of each
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at the. Court House on |the
the second Sabbath of .. I ! 1
each month, at 11 o’clJc_.
Cheese, per lb,
Rev. James Kelsey will preach in Lafayette,
Press of California, which are submit
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TOBACCO, SMOKING AND SHEWING OF
Chiekens, Y doz.,
‘ at 11 o ’clock
on 3d Sabbath of each
ted to the _ Public: .. .
Potatoes, f bushel’
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The Best Quality.
Onions, p ft. ,
Independent of .Tannery
CEGARS, etc., etc., 24th, 1866.
E lectropathy .^—The readers of this article
A P rinter .—Hon. O. Humaeon, the
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A general variety of the leading proprieta tisement of the “Electropathic institute,’*
C01I ySEJ-OR *T LAW,
able, vigilant and active Repres putative
remedies constantly on band.
i 645 Washington street, San Francisco, to be
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in the late Legisature is a
found in another column of this paper. The
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remarkable cures that have been effeted by
gentleman took occasion during the late
Will practice in the Suprême and Cir
Dr. J. H. Josselyn, the Resident Physician
session to expose a bit of sharp practice
of the Institute during the past six years,
cuit Courts of this State.
has gained for this establishment a reputa
on the part of the State Printer in he way
to Probate bus
Also an assortment of pocket cutlery , tion that has never been equalled by any med
of printing sundry documents for i he use
iness and also to the collection of debts, and razors and straps , besides a general
ical establishment on this coast. In cases of
female irregularities especially, Dr. Josselyn
of the House, which exposition s omwhat
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forwarding of proceed^
gained an enviable reputation, and tbe
startled many gentleman who had not an-
spacious parlors^of the’Institute are contin
and maoy useful and ornamental arjti ;icles too' ually occupied by ladies seeking relief from
ticipated that the thing could be So hand-
numerous to mention.
_ _ Give me a call and their troubles*
somly “ did.” .
R. L. SIMPSON.
make a purchase.
Dr. Josselyn pays particular attention to
Lafayette, July 31,1866-1y..
the treatment of Cans in tbe interior of tho
L arge D rove of S heep .—CH Tues-
State, and upon receipt of a full description
of the disease of which the applicant is so
day last, a huge drove i of sheep, number-
unfortunate as to be afflicted, accompanied
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ing we should thing, upwards of a thous
thous- SUSTAIN YOUR HOME PAPER
tho real or a fictitious addres, sends
T his Institution wt
' per Wells, Fjirgo & Co., ipedicines that he
and, passed ^through town on their way
warrants to cure the disease, without the
ception of.Students^ on ! Monday/ Oct. the 8tb,
to the upper country.
slightest injury to the system, fie uses no
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We are told they were collected princi
mercury or mineral poisons. The remedies
known as “ Electic,” and most of them * >
pally in tbe vicinity of Eugene City. Ore-
highest market price.
are of his own discovery. Persons placeing 1
gon is a superior country for she$p *rais. without the County paper when it can be four quarters of eleye I, weeks each.
themselves under the treatment of Dr. J. H-
had for almost anything the farmer
may rely upon not only receiving
succesful treatment but upon bi»
quarter, will, be as follow :
discretion and secrecy.
Those storing wheat in the Lafayette ::.
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A B rute of a M other
— It is said Ware Housa. have only to bring us a re
[From the Democratic Standard. Jan, 31,
. ■ EDWARDS informs all
that Mrs. Fleming alias r Mrs I. Walker
of Three Dollars, to Secure the C ourier
G lad to H ear it .—For several months
• who resided^for a time in Lafayet
that be is established in L afay
for • a
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Dr. J. H. Josselyn. for the last six years
Extra charges wil|tte made for the.
who meanwhile commenced an action
ette , in the. business of manufacturing and
We hope to be able to double our sub
so well Known as the Resident Physician of
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against John Lleming for a divorce and scription between this and the comin B ingstudieisv
the Electropathic Institute. 645 Washington
WAGONS, HACKS, COACHES AND BUGGIES. street, San Francisco, has contemplated re
left here during the pendency of the same, Christmas.
An experience of many years on this coast tiring from his position for the purpose of
' an J Spanish, each $5,00
Will our agents and others interest . French, German's
in the business, enables him to assure patrons accepting the position of visiting physician in
’ L . .$3,00
upon arriving at Portland, put up
in behalf of the paper? Fvery
that he understands what it requires to make one of the large hospitals in bis native state,
night, leaving early the next moaning a resident of Yamhill aodi more especially
.or repair jobs ip his line in a manner to stand Massahcusetts. The matter becoming known
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number of her small children unprovided business men and property holders, is in
Inst ruction in vocil Music, free of charge. through-all our varied seasons lie will-take to*a number of scientific gentlemen of San
terested iD tbe success o|T a paper at La
ge for his work wagon timber and
ana prancisco, who feeling what a great loss
and unprotected, and has not since been
fayette. A very small fcrnout only from
He wants SpokeS, Felloes, Tongues, vrould occur to the Communfty by the with-
• heard from. We are informed that the each contributed toward its suppor
~- which he wift
drawal of a physician of such scientific attain,
support will • than half a quarter, urjj.ess in case of sickness, Axles, &c., r for
4 oil i reasot|ab1
t ì * terms,
x__ — a can
a M V* be V» had
n » 1 by
ments as Dr. Josselyn; a meeting was called
children are at present being care<| for at insure the permanent Success of the
Lafayette, Jiíily 3Í| 1866*1 y *** I '
at which resolutions, highjy laudatory oftho
the expense of Multnomah County. The C ourier .
Doctors abilities were passed, and a commit-»
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tee of gentlemen apponted to wait upon him,
11 «V Forbes;
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conduct of this woman in this .case is most i
the resolutions, and urge him to give
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of leaving the State, and con- .
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tinue in bis present position. The arguments
that it was a God-send for the po<|r little
of the committee facilitated by certain pecun
iary propositions, made by the Directors of
ones to be
the Institute,have induced the Doctor to retain
who, if she ) had the inclination bad not
importers and dealers in
his position as Resident Physician. We ans
means wherewith to support them. No
nounce the success of the negotiations with
In order to increase^! our circu
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satisfaction as.it would,have been difficult
one who knew them can have forgotten
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for tbe numerous patients that heretofore res
the squalid and miserable appearance of abroad—in the r*. States and elsewhere
Crockery, JLamps, Oils, lied on the Doctor for scientific and success- ,
ful treatment to have found another physi
these destitute little children bn our propose to furnish the C ourier one* year
GLASS, CHINA, AND PLATED
cian capable of filling his place.
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in our midst. to Ihose ordering it sent to any of the
j [From the Yreka Uniop, Febuary 10,66;]
We beseachingly bespeak for them the states east, or California, for the low price of
' TnE B est is the C heapest .—This adage
RQBINSON & LAKE, of the above pop*
will apply as well to the practice of medicines
tender sympathies and watchful care of two D ollars . There is destined for many
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as to the purchase of merchandise. Thous
those into whose hands they have thus
to come, to be a large emigration ^nnu- ular Establishment, Thankfpl for the Libera
ands on this coast, on this coast, during the
oppkincr homes on the Pacific Slope,
past fifteen years, have had their constitution-
will say, fallen, It every dollar expended by the people of Yam patronage extended ;|hem by the public of
ruined by refusing treatment at the hands
must be remembered that they are hu hill County in the way of directing attention- YAMHILL, Washington and Polk Counties
of first-class physicians, simply because a
to the superior inducements offered ems
gang of humbugs, styling themselves doctors,
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man beings, subject to the lame wants as grants to settle in Yamhiii .County, will yield I *
and who are almost destitute of common
a four fold return.
sense, much more of medical kryiwledge, offer
The Territory and resources of Yamhill
to treat those who are sick for a less sum
County are ample
tb sustain fifteen show to-Customers a superior assortment of
than a regular practitioner. A man that
times its present population!
TIN-WARE, STOVE*S'.and all and singular
would allow a quack to administer medicine
There is scarcly one in the County who
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to him, is worse than an idiot, for in nine
has not a friend or friends in the States or I '! *!
cases out of ten, (he medicine so given, ins
California to whom to send the county paper, the Goods and wares of superior pattern and
Front ' st,, San ”
stead cf curing the disease, makes the patient
who would in all probability be glad to. send
worse and does permanent injury to the vic
fin exchange to such friends here, a paper quality, usually found in a First Class house.
tim, and oftentimes to such an .extent as to
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The following are the prioes paid farm rom their locality.
prevent the possibilitv of curing the original
Remember the EMIGRANT TIN and
ers for produce in Portland. We shall
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take pains to correct theso figures each
STOVE Store, Fropt st
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, a 4 is _ a _. unless
week, up to the hour of going to press, so
door to Bebee’si whereby
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We have made arrangements
ular graduate from some well reputed Medi»»
farmers may rely on our report being cor
we can take from new
ill I subscribers*
College** The number of medical hum
rect jf that of the Portland dailies is.
Flour, Oats, Potatoes, I Barley,
bugs in San Frkncisco,
Francisco, is perfectly enormous
two of tbe advertised physi
Wheat, new, for milling,
Beans, Bacon, Lard, Butter, &c. <Sc at
cians have a diploma. Dr. J.~ H. Josselyn,
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physician of tbe Electropathic Insti
WOOD I WOOD I!
4 5 Washington Street. Resident
Washington street, is one of these,
Flour, country brands,
We want everybody and his wife to
and is prepared at all times to exhibit his di
DR. J. H. Joaaelyn. M. D.,
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00 brjng us a cord of wood—soon. We are
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN- ‘
00 having serious apprehensions- of freezing In the circuit court of the $ate ! of Oregon, for
the county of Yamhill, ss.—John W.
Persons seeking the Electropathic Insti
HE DIRECTORS OF( THIS CELE-
this winter. Everybody has a good
Allen, ptf., vs. Levi i Fi Allen, deft. (Uni
brated Medical Institute wish to thank tute, should be careful'to remember the name
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ted’States Revenue stf^np, i, 50 cents, can-
2 q QQ chance now to pay for the C ourier .
the public for the generous manner in which
celed, September. Isti|i8
00@35 00 We are in urgent need and shall ^not
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with their patronage. It is now, six years
2 50@3 00 therefore conplain if yoà all come at once.
name of the State of Oregon^
regon, you are sincerile Institute wasos ablished ; during that
• r 645 Washington street.
time there has been over THIRTY THOU
i- Apples, dried,
complaint filed against you in the above i en- SAND CONSULTATIONS, and in in all South side, between Kearny and Montgomery
titled action, ’ within
ten days from the sers cases, where the disease was curable.
hpon you, if served
J, H, JOSSELYN,
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other county of this State, jtj
tl en Within twen- Has been, performed. Malicious charlatans on the sign. With these remarks we leave
ty days from the ftafo of the service of s this have opened traps in close proximity to tbe tbe interest of the Institute with the public,
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Summons upon youj -aud i you fail so to Institute, .adopting similar names hoping to asking only the same generous confidence
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Lard, in tins,
answer, for want thereof, t^e plainiff will take attract the unweary ; but their failure to do and patronage, thus far awarded to it The
Lard, in kegs,
For judgmant agrinit you for in<
Je sum of one so is perfectly apparent—for the business has record shows over thirty thousand consulta-
30 10- The
Eggs $ doz,
PURIFYING the Blood* Strengthening the f thousand
. * Dollars ‘ wi|b lawraj interest there not been effected in the lea$t, but has gone on tions/and a very large amount of suffering
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Sepfoi imber, 1864, to- iucreaseing its usefulnes and profits in regu relieved.
Nerves, Restoring the lost Appetite, is
FRESE’S HAMBURG TEA.
getber with'costancf disbursements
lements of suit
lar ratio. The Resident Physician has by ( PeTsons wishing to consult the Residen
.40 It is the best preservative against almost any
careful study and experience within tho last Physician by Letter, can do so with tho ut
H* S tkwbrd
Potatoes ^ bu,
j‘ 2 50a3 50 sickness, if used timely. Composed of herbs
Attorney for pltt-J
few years been successful in discovering new most confidence, and can, if they wish, have
3 50*4 00 only, it can be giyen safely to infants. Full
electric remedies which are far superior to Electric Remedies for any discasq sent to all
directions in ^English, French Spanish and
any before used in the healing art, and he can parts of the State; all Remedies sent from the
Baled Hay per ton,
Institute warranted to be effectual. All let
German, with fevery package. TRY IT 1
ters must be addressed plainly J. H. JOS
For sale at all the wholesale and retail be made by publication of Summons for six
SELYN, M. D. Box 1945, San Fransisco
drug stores and groceries.
vfeeks in the Lafayette Ceutier, a newspaper All
Cal. All letters will be destroyed or returned,
charge for services.
' .Hide«, salted, per 1b,
EMIL FRESE. Wholesale Druggist, ' published in said county. t|
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as directed by the writer, oct 2 no 35.1y.
to any place in the Pacific States up
Sole Agent, 410 Clay street,
Hide», dry, per lb,
R. P.Boise, Judge.
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