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FRIDAYT m AY 23..
K E. Church South.
wkath R kl ?, pastor .
Appointment^ for Lafayette Circuit as fol-
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request all those who k
selves indebted to us to settle^
der that we may be enabled ; to pay
the postage on their i>apef
i I »4
that the two jail birds
It is thought
M. E. Church, North,
n. F. SrACLDtNG, PASTOR?
awaiting trial here for horse Stealing
will be indicted in Marion county in
L'll'-l *•' . ■
¡ipointmen s for Lafayette Circuit as fol-
June and ...................
tried there fq?
First Sabbai », Lafayette, 11 a. m., and 6 This would relieve YamhilW of a
; p. mv .
IIU1 ’ ill
U h 1
Second Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. m. hoavy expense.
, McMinnville, 7, p. m.
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 11 ‘p>in.
We hear of several salet ol
feafayette 6:30 p. m.
Sabbath, McMinnville 11 a. m., and during the week to partita just in
7 p. ra.
from the east. Our old ai I valued
UOCAL AND DOMESTIC.
G ive that D utchman a S end -
ALONG.—Wi e had a “wandering ref
ill o on us the other Evening
of work 1” We took hiui in
'•in search c
I ir him,” and needing some
help among the ‘^grubs’’ and “sich,”
he was welcomed to partake of such
aa was most pressing at the time.
He retiredl for the night apparently
Well pleased that he had “struck a
job” at last—having footed it all the
way from* Portland without finding
In the morning, while all
about wdfre Wrapped in the arms of
Morpheus, our Teutonic customer got
himself up and ‘‘took a walk.” I News
reached us during the day of the fel
low on his travels in the direction of
Wheatland, where, he said, he had a
“good thing” with a girl at the house
of a former employer. And he even
had the cheek to boast of having
bilked his way up from Portland in
the same In lanuer that he disposed of
himself at t this place. Send the bum-
Ho is of light t build,
light hair, , about 5 feet 10 inches hi <yll
and talks considerably broken, We
have latcl ly heard of several such
wing through here.
To O ur S ubscribers .— After the
Sheriffs Sale, r
1st of July next, the new postal law
requires that all postage on newspa- i Walker vs.
o • i r ili
per® must be paid at the pri
printing of-r Andrew
Polly Smith nnd
fice before they cun be transmitted Samuel
VIRTUE OF A jl’DGREjtT AND
friend, Albert Gaines, hai soi S b ®
. , B II
I: Hi H ¡I ¡I 111
At the Old Brick Comer.
THE M asonic H all . —The Ma
sonic hall has just been completed—
dhe inside finishing—in a manner
creditable alike to the order here, the
carpenters and painters. Mr. L. G,
Suiter did the carpenter work, Bower
A Harris did the painting.
A camp meeting Will be held on
the Methodist camp ground,» one mile
above Sheridan, commencing on the
Thursday before the first Sabbath in
June. It will be under the auspices
of the United Brethren in Christ. All
are invited to attend.
F armers ’ M eeting . —The Farm
er»’ .meeting pn Saturday last trans
acted considerable business and ad-
journed to jneet again ^t St. Joseph,
pi) U*e third Saturday in June. The
Secretary did not furnish proceedings
jp time for this issue.
Rambo apples are not thought to
be long keepers, yet Mr. J. L. Fergu
son has some of that variety sound
and nice up to this date. - Bo much
for careful and timely handling.
»«»p Sf a« >'■—■4-
The fellow who stole Sim Reed’s
Jiorse in |l}is opunty and was caught
in Pqlk, has had his trial in Dallas
an4 been sentence*} to the Peniten
tiary for a term of one year,
Farmer, New Yqrk, is
one qf our best agricultural exchanges.
The number for, May 1 contains an
instructive article on the “exhaus
tion of land by grazing.
New G oods
place to a Mr. Robertson, lgteb from
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R iver vs , R ailroad .-— 1
parties bringing flour from f
and other mills west of hen
railroad to ship by the
much for opposition boats.
Hereafter we shall devote
umn of ouy paper to ag
news. We would be ple&E
Samuel Brown ]
farmers and others write us she ar w
Andrew Smith, i Fiireclosue. J
tides on the subject.
Dayton, It is said that the figure at
which be took the job was a low one.
H.M. LITTLEFIELD, DRUÇGIgT
St. Jwtph, OregM,
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■^rHOLESAp ,E AND RETAIL DEAL-
S T av E s,
Sul criber is snre of one pre- TIN, SHEET IRON & COPPRWASE,
mium a ny Way, - and
e of receiuinjf a CASH
Hremiu >, or a PIANO, ORGAN SEW.
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe,
Bath Tube,, Etc.
Fon ani LiH Praps,
Mte. Illustrated, Family I ■ L
THIRD VOLUME and has
All orders from the
RGEST CIRCULATION of
lilisbed in the West. BEST,
ABLE AND MOST USE
iL REAEING MATTER IN
Y.that money can buy, Promptly filler id, and Delivered to an
IME WEEKLY suited to the
to make .it a
wants of vkk
eue .fafeily. Subscription price,
SJ.fr) per ye of fifty two numbers.
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Cuaiplete Assort.t of ;
From a CHICKEBJNG PIANO, down tap
The Celebrated MASON A HAMLIN
The TAYLOB « FARLEY Organ.
Takes this method of informing the public
that lie is Fie. ing .at P ortulmd Punica, a
large ai-eon ent of fresh
Polly Smith anil j
l>antel Barman, j
To all new subscribers we will
• qy virtu e of a JU dome
C ourier and the MertxtntUe
X) foreclosure of mortgage in t‘ eabove
entitled suit, made unxl e
------ *-* ¡of
the price of the C ourikr , The
in the Circuit Court of theState at Orcgojl
Director is a sixteen ’page publicati
for Yamhill county, and an execution
exeunt ion |n
accordance therewith duly issued 1 hereof,
contains valuable information for-ev
out of said Court, ant|
anc| to nrc
dii eeted. in
Published monthly at Sau Francisco,
flavor of said plaintiff^ Samuel Br? wf>, and
against said ‘defend lajnt, Andret Smith,1
for the sum of Tln-e
•ee hundred rmd twen-
Road Supervisors’ receipt#,
ty-seven(t3*27 80)and l SO- _______
100 dollars: U. S. gold
------- i in Jike
printed and for sale at this office for coin, with interest thereon;
at the »j
fl 50 per hundred. Adapted fbt any
nite of one percent, ¡per month and the
nrther sum of Thirty and 90-1J /dollars
district in the county.
($30 90), costs and dipburdem
1 have levied on and will
at public-auction, to ?the
:.r lots i, 2 for U. 8. gold coin/ in aeu.
Who has the bonds for
and three in block 67
House d r in La
IÎ in front of the Court
IJ layette. Yambill county, Orego
3 in block
bH ; lots 1, 2 and
111 III ,] *®>giilini HI estate hereinafter ilescriljed
J Mi u
Please inform this office
On tlie £3<1 day of June, 1873,
i .atone o'clock p. mJ of said day. all thie
We have received the prospectus
1 right, title anil inteAtest of tire said de
fendants, Andrew Smith anil Por ly
a new weekly paper, to be publish
: in anilto tha following real p| ppertya«
as ¿escribed In said decree of fc Fee Insure,
The first nuii
at Eugene City.
i to-wit: Situate in tljeCounty of ' YumliilU,
was to have been issued yester ■y- ' State of Oregon, anddnT. 4, S. It 3 W-. and
; being the south half of the dorul lion lajid
It is to be called the Hauk-Eye.
claim of Andrew J). Smith K nd Polly
Smith, lieingClaim No. 48, and 1 m Ing parts
of sect ions 17, 18.19 ahd 20 (exccj t 12 4’400
The Whitley-Glaxo case
acres heretofore sohf I to F: Fie cher Miri
37 S-100 acres hereto! fiore sold toip). Smith)
transferred to Miirien copnty,
ebntuinihg 2i’A 67-ioni
------ , ; ._ tole sold: to
»ItlHfj- said execution and accri ll n g costs.
Prlk, and will bo tried thbre the
I’ i ; I I|J U
K*p * » rd , j
I } Sheriffof Yamnlll
and week in Juno.
23 1, W73.
The-Masonic fraternity ......
t 5 -
chased the interest of the G ckm I T<jffi-
Il IP G
A Complete Stock of Small lastra mas to .
FIOLJN, BANJO, GUITAR STRINGS
Of the beef quality constantly on haod, as
also Music of latest Publication.
Call and examine.
All orde*« .promptly
G ROCER1 MS»
DONE TO ORDER AND
Si'olG X 20 in Elies, 1(1 colurs. Acknowled-
ged, by all to I ¡C rhe Hanilsdmest and Most
pre jinm picture in America — LAFAYETTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Snipe fber ’ is presented with this
th ! time of ftiibncribing. ( mo
ERGUSOji A BIRD, corner of Jefferson
irattiuy.) and ii I ho receive» a Numbered
Certificate' En titling the Holder to a Share —
and Main ; dealers In
it U m ¡ÄMÄ tion of $25,000
. MH in caah, and eral
other premimi h .
ROUERIES, CANNED FRUITS
ELTY Aj SIMPSON, north side. Main
THE DLST UBVTION TAKE8 PLACE
on the Second ¿Tuesday in June next.
eries ahil ily
The Chrom| and Certifícate sent on re-
celpt of the i ice. Kpeeimen Copies. PrO-
OHN BIR1 >. west aide Jefferson street, Pickle« »
mium List, Et L-Givtag Full l’arjiclars sent
dealet* in i itoves and tinware.
freif wir any adlress.
Nuts sf «11 kinds,
Either local or canvassing in
AGLE H »TEL. Ja». H. Olds, proprie-
IIIK I ^v«r.v town. Larff® cusU
ter: M| iin street. Livery stable in
8 ar «Unes.
pay and the beet outfit.
*Thos. Standley, at North
Having jiirt o, enO'f ah«l refmqj-h Bid nd
SALQON, south side Main street, 1
re lit d the a’>ove Hofei, J am no prepared
I at once for terms.
hill, is prepared to do wool catd- tin arcoiiiino/iute gne-t> in a man cquaf to|
Sampsi . proprietor.
and Liqaert for Medicine
ing at reduced rates. He alisO lias
ONE star SALOON, R. Harris, pro
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND, Chic ’uu, IU.
a large assortment of choice liHb’
, ery - Stable ini connectio With
i if ; House.
her at his mills.
C. BR D8HAW, attorney at law %
ì 4 h
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‘ . "T
ir JI l KI'T!
A young man from the country I
LAFAYKTTE markets .
MMSEY. County Judpe and
came to town yesterday—haa a si>eek’ 1....
FOR A SHAVE, YOUR HAIRCUT IM
i i in r■X i
CORRECT ED WEEKLY.
__ LATEST STYLE, FOR A GOOD
on bis nose—says he got it while
BATH AND YOUR WHISKEl'S
ower a HARfcN
working on the road in Bigo Heiii-
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■ AFAYET rE COURIER, J. H. Upton,
’¡/iVR, GRAIN, ETC.
DYED THE BLACKEST,
s ; Lata
' lirl ■
pronrieti ir, Jefleraon street, in fire-
■ 'll 1 is in readi.i
I - mu
I J .
proof brick n >xt door to Ferguson A Bird.
45 0© Í
Will hold then solve«
readi. SS to an
slLcalls upon them fur any ling in the
attorney ; office on south
; We have received a poem from xwer
line of *
Flour best, > fliftck. (U barrel) 1 25..
Buckwheat F lour, V lb..............
Dayton which is unavaidably left
.15 00 .
arbei SHOP, J. R. Majorar-^proprir :
J ton .L.
Hay, . V
out this issue.
. .. ; east side Jefleraon Street just
•• f baled
j [ Graining,
• ••!.. ■ ■
above tin sliob.
: Paper- ha
Joi* W ork of all descriptions neat- (
dayton BUSINESS DIRECTORY”.
refiued, >1 ft.ll 9 15..
ly executed at this office, Giver UK W
. ,25 Cents.
JI Work done according to
Island | ...............................
call and see specimens.
chandi» j. Odd Fellows' building. The Hair Cuttin U gq •
Batik. Ä5 Ce:
cheap cash f tore.
75© 1 00
t • •
“ » black.
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Hon. J. B. Underwood, I
Agent for Oregon, was through
Costa liica, $ lb
• lumber of all kinds, doors and win
the other day.
’ v ■
24» 25 dow frames.
... .......... —................... —
, (biackanfithft, JOS. BERNARDI, • Propr,
nen island, l?cwt.. A
Mr. C. W. Murphy has bought
Livei irpoól, coarse .’....
place out on North Fork, !
Gunsmitljing and general job work done.
Commercial st., SALEM.
RILEY : pictures of all
ir eadbe T ter
A. B, Henry has the finest field of
50^ 00 id description« alwav
■s, green w
3H bush........... ..
ys on hand and frames
wheat it has been our fortune foF look
of all descnitions
mich to order.
dcçc.. __ made
, . ft.
]UY FRIENDS AND THE
♦ a if
upon in Oregon.
20© 25 ------- ARKEU A CO., Ferry street-, dry lvJL al Public are invited to call, aud in
6 * M.M. goods,
good»^ groceries and general merchan Sample my
Another bouquet was presented to
dise. Dayton flouring mills,
DRINKS and CIGARS;
us last Monday. It was a splendid
BEST. livery «table Ferry street; bug-
/J 'hi 4—-■
_ gies ai
and horses to let at all times, at
CALIFORNIA, VERMONT ANC
10 reasonable iates.
corned , :
Pork, fresh, ft ft........ ...
V pr I
10© 12 ST. JOSEPH BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Mutton“ . .1.. a........
A fresh invoice of stoves at Bird’s SAIJEM...
Bacon, hams P ft..............
ELTY A SIMPSON, cor. 4th and Elm ;
■ sides. j ■ • ■ .........
KAVKS AT T IN THJfcMOBNINA
ware and pfitent medicine«
• • •
Arriving at Balein at 10
leave** Salem at One oYloelL
Chickens, dressed, each., V ... 37@..,.
.. .3 00@4 00
H utter , egos , etc .
rugs and medicines . Dr. h . r .
BOOK BINDER, PARER RULER AND
Littleleld ; music, musical mstru-
25 © 30
Butter,fresh rolls, V ft ...
men ts, toys »nd notions. Also lamily gro-
oks*« , t. .. • «
• V •
Isthmus • A . * • • • • • • •
, , « dofi
B. M. Watts, proprietor > cor.
U AR k H,. .. .v......... ..,....Praprletec ’
of 4th and Depot streets, New house
Ne, 94 Front ■■■■■
Street, between Wnfthini
aqd Alder, over Hopkin*’ Hardware
lb. J.............. 1.........
inrfing be- Lard,
wool , hides , etc
tween — Bite_ i. and Portland, ¡making
FIRST CLA88 8A DOON,, ALWA1R.
• « fih
PORTLAND, i OREGON;
lg Lafayette »very Fri- Wool, W lb.p...
weekly trips, le
supplied with thqverjr choicest
ICU iftng Satur- Hidea, dry, e»oh..........................
I day m
' grien, salted, each.... 2 50©à (X)
Blank Books made to order; and ruled to d»y.
75© 1 00
any desired pattern. Newspapers,
Sheep skins, wool on, each.... . 35© 50
of the fanners of Yamhill county at
zines, Music, etc., etc,, bound in si
j l OIL«, ETC.
with neatness and dispatch,
Lafayette n the 17th of Msy at 10 o'clock
a. m.. fur the.purpose of perfecting
j the or-
Linseed Oil, boiled,
• • • •
ganzation of the Yamhill County League
3n> a short
ting other business that may
Tjird oil V gallon...........
come before the. Convention. By order of To he had in the be*t market«.
This saloon ¡Faiso provided with a mod
nded to Neats foot 03
H. H iwitt .
W m . G alloway ,
_ J, p gallon
J.. R. MAJORS’
Geo. AV Vollum
! ' Tn 1
The contract of building the Milli
can bridge wa* let to Mr. Morris, of
FERGUSON ft, BIRD
with the cash.
Uqder the Ac of tLe Legisla
te Assembly, of the Blate of Oregon, eu-
tijled “an Act td protect Litigants“ approved
October2ith, 1 >72, the L afayette C ovrier ,
a£i' wspaper pujilishcd at Lafayette, in the
county or-Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig
nated to publish the Legal and Judicial ad-
decree of foreclosure of mpitgage in vertisuients for }aid county of Yamhill, and
the above entitled suit, made and- entered
• W hereas , The proprietor of said L afa -
ave just received ^ ynd
of recordon the 14th day of April ’ 1873. iu yette Cm R ier , has tiled with the county
the Circuit Court of thp State . <g.Oregon, Clerk of said county, a
i written stipulation
for Yamhill county, and.au e.\ecu|i«n in ac
ol saiil Act, together
cordance the re wills duly issued ihei neon,
“ out ' arceptiDT pie comiitioi ns
»tilth » Bond approved as the law direct«
: ' I
ill .1 -ii
of said Court, and to mq directed,^ In favor 1 With proper roturns and notice thereof, -aid
of said plaintifl. Walker Chrisft isn, and
E afayettjì C ourier , h l|»*»eby proclaimed
against said defeuilantsj Andrew !ji iftith and 1 th
be appointee and confirmed as the medi
Polly Smith, for the sum of Thilh
through which all Le£al and Judicial ad-
and ninety (11390 OO) dollar
5** jin ‘U. S. ’• ferti«ment>
said county of Yamhill shall
HATS, I CAPS,
gold coin, with interest thereonifrom the
*” * ' for
foi the period authorized by
14th day of April, 1873, at the nfie’.of one i be publi*hod
percent per month, ansi the fnrlter sum
of 30 70-100, costs anil disburs-funcnts of|0 Done
flit óigale m, thia 19th day of
suit, 1 have levied on an.
sell, at public auction, (to the hi [est bid-
¡I ¡•I] i L. F. GROVER,
accori h ce with
Governoi- of Oregon.
said execution anil dejree
In front of the Court Rouse doo~
>r. In La- ;
w F. ■ Cv «PWI0K,
fayette. Yamhill county, Oregon, ,|l*e real;
Sec. of State.
estate hereinafter described,
On the S3«l duy ofJune, 1873.
at one o’clock p. 'in. of said duA-, ■ »U
right, title’anil InJereqt of the saq defend- |*
&,At©os8j’ ©¡asga •’<
ants, Andrew Smith and Polly S mlth, in F
and to the following real qarojM^rt; r, , as de-
4 1V, to-
scribed in said decree! of foreclq jure,
Of latent Styles and in fíne variety.
wit : The south half of the donati on land
claim of Andrew 1).| Smith i mjjd Polly
Smith his wife, being! Claim No.-i ¡48, com-,
S9*Give till is House a Call.^t
prising iiarta of Sections 17,18, 193 pul 20, of.
T. 4. S. K. 3 West, Willamette 1»asil....^
ill ne und,
luvi luiuii, In
i umilili u<>u il i V'I vkvu , with»
|,onv--E- ’ to
the exception of that part eonvejhd
—-i I). Smith, -i..«
ahd c< tftiii 1
24«acres, more less; to-be sold i satisfv
said execution and accruing cos M. 1
r IN VALUE FROM
Sheriff of Yamhill county,*< •egon.
Lafayette, Ogu., May $3d, 1873.
[y and his girl fastened on
to L if. Harris’s horsj and buggy at
tlifrpienie the other day and spun
out in the direction of Amity, Laf
liounced npon a cb argdr and went in
purMut, overhauling the temporary
fugitives in the vicinity of that place.
The hero was promptly invited to
and take it afoot to any poihf
he desired to reach, while the heroine plars in the Hall, the erection of which
J, H. OLES
was informed that she could ride was t hxr*product of the joint efforts of Itr
buck if she chose. She didift “chose” the'two orders some few years since. LnfuyvUc
however, nnd L if came back alone.
To any person sending us a club of
finur subs cribers wc will send a copy
of Ballou»- Monthly Magazine free for
one year, with an elegant chromo.
We will also send the C ourier and
the ¿Small Fruit Recorder for the lame
price as the COURIER. -1 All orders for
the foregoing must be-accompanied
W uereas ,