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FRIDAY, J UN Is Í3
M. E. Church South.
B. T. WKkTHIRbY, éASTÓN.
Appointments for Lnfayette Circuit as fol-
* lows :
First Sabbath, Happy Valley.
Lafavette. ' ¡
M. E. Church, North.
D. F. SPAVI.DIMG, PASTOS.
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit
I . I
First Sabbath, Lafayette, 11 a m., and G
Second Sabbath, , Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. m.
McMinnville, 7 7. p.
m. !r! 1 ’
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 11 ‘p. m.
Lafayette 6:30 p. m. ' ' ’
Fourth Sabbath, McMinnville 11 a. m., and
7 p. m.
L oca L a n o domestic
Items from St. Joe.
S t , J ob ., June 11. ’73.
E d . C ourier
A fight occurred on
Elm street this morning. It seems
from what I can learn that three In-
diarts have been working near Lafay
ette. This morning None i of them
suddenly decamped, taking with him
some blankets which belonged to an
old buck and his clutch, whereupon
the latter gave chase which resulted
in the capture of the: ivould-be thief
at this place, The old buck canght
the object of his search around the
arms and waist, holding him fast
while the dusky maidcifi; proceeded to
At a school meeting in th 3 District
To any person sending us a club of
of Olympia, one lady < irector
fohr subscriliers we will sond a copy
__ elected It created consi lerable
of Ballou» Monthly Mayanne free for commotion among those who e
one year, with an elegant chromo. posed to woman’s rights.
We will also send !tho C ourier and * •
J H ’
T'T '[!. I J !F i ■ 1 1]
The celebrated Mono mine,
the Small Fruit llwiter for the same Canyon, has changed hands, $< •
price as the C ourier . All orders for being the consideration.
the foregoing must be accompanied capitalists, through Mr. Gasl twilor,
were the purchasers. The Mono is
with the cash.
thought by m^ny
i^ny persons to be the
i the Territory^
J umping M a Í o H.—A , jumping
match took place at McMinnville last
Tumwater is makiflg considerable
Saturday lietween William Arthur improvement this summer. 1 'he
and ’Lish Martin. Mr. Arthur won
place, is being put through t thor
by about two or three inches, jump ough overhauling, and the Marshal
ing nearly 44 feet in a hop, step, aud with a gang of men on the sti eetB, is
putting them in <a goodtraveli îg con
jump. .. ’ -
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HO1 I tyf" ;
The Millican bridge is completed,
The two njilitary hosts, i contiem-
and is a completé and creditable job plated in the acts of Congress I of
of work, The contractor, Mr. Morris winter, to be eistablishe '' on the
cleared over $4 a day on the work of the Northern Pacific railroad,
be located, one on tho Ifittle A 'isspuri
This proves that the other bids were
river, and the other at or near
more than extortionate.
mouth of Powder riverr :
HjJ ill • p 1 1 Ii I t t I 'I fl^jn l^'i I ~ ' i'1
In compliance with I lib. ppti tio:
To all new. subscribers we will send the
Attoip^y and i
C oi rikh and the Mercantile Director for the Prosecuting Attorney
the price of the C qi rieb , The Mercantile
Director »* sixteen *page publication and Gov. Ferry has pardonecj Jami s
contains valuable information for everyone. ieson out of the Penitentiary, Jt
eson committed a rOpp in Cl
Published monthly at San Francisco, Cal.
county, was tried in Olympia, n 1|
and sentenced to fifl
Hereafter we shall devote one col
years’ imprisonment, i r ■
umn of our paper to agricultural
news. »We would be pleased to have
At a meeting of the 1
farmers and others write us short ar
Thursday, the 25th ins it wi s voted
ticles on the subject.
to hold the next Annual In< lustrial
Fair at Seattle, oh the 4 st 2d, id and
Wo were shown some of
4fh of Gctober, 1873. L on. lid ward
the first peas of the season last Wed Eldridge of Whatcom j ¡county,
nesday. They were raised by Mr. chosen Vice President i|i place of the
J. M. Kelty in his garden in this late L. P. Beach.
The Christian custoifi
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Wo return thanks to Dr. Poppleton
dians, as will appear : did..,
bfc’jt’he , f
foil a dish of peas which were pre ing: “At Quinault, W21|.
sented to us last Wednesday alxmttho by
VJi . A. AAVll,
J , f&KVAlKj,
Jack (J Cojnot,
same time that we saw Mr. Kelty’s of Wynooche tribe, to Miss Jar e C pe,
of Quinaalt. At the same time ind
place, by the same, Wyniocht Be ) to
j The juvenile base ball club of this Miss Lucy, of Wynooche,” *
search for all his valuables by cutting
his pants loose ‘with a large pair of
sheers and then giving) i them a huge
pull; by this means in a short time
she rendered the unfortunate savage
pantless, resulting in the finding «Y?
3 or 4 dollars, a large knife and a
pocket handkerchief, which they api-
propriated to their own use. Then place propose to* play the the Mc
During the Jast six w^ks the
after pounding the it unfortunate
sav- Minnville juvenile club a match Gainble (Pugqt Sound) infills havi
i inn i ! i ;
uge considerably the bystanders or- j game of base ball at St. Joe on Satur- 6,000,000, feetj
feet! of lumber,
. ’’ ‘ lOOjlQO
_ 7 feet.
dered them to quit, which they did, i day next,
was rushed -with
leaving him a pitifalright«
Who has the bonds for lots 1, 2 “rushed” tlieit mills cotrespoi
The demand ¡is now filled,
Next Saturday the Forest City
and three in block 67 ; lot 3 in block there is but little to d|, one
base ball club meets at this place.
68; lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 69. mills will probaldy be |hut- doy
They will play if there are enough to
Please inform this office
u™ a nine on th
A letter frotn Boise I City t
Last fiaturday’i s n s resulted in
dated May i ¿1, says : “Cold
Hoad Supervisors’ receipts, nicely
has 1 become la bot< c. For
the Mod.xa getting aw
with molt of printed and for sale at this office for weatner
mo - time pajt, while » it hs .s,
1 J I
the loose change.
41 50 per hundred. Adapted for any raini)
„ in the valleys, enow Ip as been
Yours truly, »
district in the county.
S t . J oe
falling on the foot-li fills. i hardens
nippqd by untimely fre its ar0 strug-
How is T his F ok
Hull Johnson left this place Tues- glin^ in a cold, late spiling« - nd pre
Wednesday of this Week
— • appeár-
day morning for cast of the moun sent anything but a flatr*'
we measured a stock of Kentucky tains with about sixty head of young ance. j NotAvitlistandin, J, wh< eat, oats
blue grass, grown near Sigourney,
and barley, lopk well, ^and, fori
this ge.uscn, whi
>h was two feet seven cattle.
first time in three years ; proini:
and a hailf inches in length. Who
abundant. yiclijL Grain 19 $ov sellinj
A grand ball will be given at the
wants to go to California now
at three and one-half ci nts a
North Yamhill Academy on the and there is not enough in
ourney (Iowa) Aîrvn.
Dr. Poppleton? brought into our Fourth of July. 8ce ad. in another to supply the demand, . | ,ven
rates. : Flour
now - being. and
office a bunch of orchard grasB grown column.
be until after harvest, broug' it
on his pl’kce adjoining towty, - which
Grand Ronde." •
8 . d l-rl . :«-L :i- 1
J ob W ork of all descriptions ncat-
was, at the date above mentioned, up
ward of five feet high ; and it was ly executed at this office. Give us a
not selected as the tallest specimen in call and see specimens.
the meadow, either. And how is that
Mr. Mercer is building a two story
for high, and whol would not emi
& ft • •
addition to his hotel, and refitting
grate fron Iowa to Oregon to avail
himself of our superior climate and and plastering the house throughout.
•oil ? Will the N c « c 9 try again. I •
Dr. II. R. Littlefield, at St. Soe,
he ! UNDERSIGNED a WOC
and C ream .— keeps constantly on hand, drugs, — SIX
spectfully announce that he ill ¿ive lt
Last Wednesday afternoon the em medicines, music, etc.
4lh OF JULY0AL
ployes of this office were agreeably
AT NORTH YAMHILt ACADEMY
Ferguson & Bird has everything in
surprised by the sudden advent of
On Frit y, July
’ ’ 4th, IS 73.,
Mr. A. R. Burbank with a large dish the line of dry goods, groceries, etc.
IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT BY
< t of the
I n vfit" ppf an execution issued I out
of this delicious fruit. The berries
Mr. J. M. Kelty has a good assort
were raised in Mr. Burbapk’s garden
ment of drugs, medicene«, etc.
and from the length of lime occupied
in emptying the dish, we thought they
were duly appreciated. We return
thanks to Mr. Burbank and lady,
One company now buying stock in
We were shown souiq strawberries Walla Walla proposes to pay out $40.-
that were rtCised in the garden of Mr. 000 this season.
Burbank of this place which are the
The citizens of Bose City and the
finest that vto‘hive ever seen, One surrounding country will celebrate
variety called the “Triumph de the Fourth of July.
Grand” contained one berry that
The Owyhee Avalanche of May 31st
measured four inches around and oth says “the backbone
backbone of winter is brok
ers that were very little smaller.
There were also some “Peabody Seed-
The Golden Chariot Mining Com-
lings” and “Wilson’s Albany tbat
recently struck some very rich
were very good.
ore in their mino near Silver City.
L ocal P henomemon ,—The win- I
An unfortunate calf has been born
dows about town are cutting various in Jordan valley, without a tail, and
antics. Some of ifhcm present calico is as yet all unconcious of the horrors
fronts; some the imprint of a knife of “fly time.”
blade; some various combinatious of
An Episcopal Convocation will
figures whe others look smoky., and meet at Olympia on the 18th of July,
and sit that day and the two follow
ing ones. Bishop Morris will preside.
Mr, F. Owen an, attache of this
The North Paoifio Commercial
office, desires to return thanks to Miss Company of Puget Sound has gone
Lizzie Large and Miss Dora Hamp into bankruptcy, and on the 30th of
ton for a splendid bouquet presented May was sold to B. F. Taylor of San
Francisco for $335.
o him last Saturday.
The Legislature of the Territory of
District of Columbia voted ap
S tallion .—The
propriations this year to the amount*
Galloway have about the completes!
of $¡2,225,000. This is as muph as it
stallion we have seen in the oountyv oosts to conduct the State govern
Large and powerfully built, yet sym ment of Illinois, with a population
close upon 3,000,000.
metrically and beautifully formed.
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Sec - of State.
•23 a> 2.5
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ITS, V KOKT AB LES
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ned .. • 4 ....
, » lb
• • > >
•' • • •
PRICE, tl 25 per bottle
ay-For Bale by «1)0
Of la|est Styles and in fine variety.
AND DKALEE8 IN
L A F A Y BTT E BUSINESS DI REC TORY.
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ERGUSON A BIRD, corner of Jefferson
and Main ; dealers in produce and gen
ELTV A SIMPSON, north »ide Main
street; dealers in drugs, confection
eries and family supplies.
B arbershop , j . r .
ÚF.TTE C OURIER, J. H. Upton,
Â pro] netór,
rietor, Jefferson street, m
proqf bri :k next door to Ferguson & Bird.
Nuts of all kinds," «
Hair Dressing Saloon.'
FOR A SHAVE. YOUR HAIRCUT IN
THE LATEST ST« LK, FOR A GOOD
BATH AND YOUR WHISKERS
DYED THE BLACKEST, >
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ARKER & CO., Ferry street; dry ^^THOLESALE AÑJ) RETAIL DEAL-
go >ds, groceries and general inerchap-
dise. liny ton flouring mills,
**■', JT, livery stable Ferry street; bug-
• K’e!i s and horses to let at all times, at
reasons! le rates.
House, carriage and wagon
tiling and sign writing done to or-
order by J. W. Carey,
Force am Lili P wr
ST. JOBKPII BUS1N8SS DIRECTORY.
Galvanized Iron Pipa* X>ead Pipa*’
**Bath Tubs,* Etc.
75(7?. I 00
lumber of all kinds, doors and win-
OWARD A STEWART,, blacksmiths,
Wigons. hacks and buggies ironed.
Gunsmithing and general job work done.
EL' W & SIMPSON, cor. 4th and Elm;
dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens
ware and patent medicines
WOOI|iA UU)*B, KTC
Falte l ». each
er Bkina, dressed, .
skins, wool oh»eai
•1 • * Hr
CO., Ferry street: dealers in TIN, SHEET IRON Jt COPPRWASÉ,
général merchandise. The NEW cheap
ARIÍ¡ER«HOP, J. IL M.^ora.
! _ ____ "7
etof; east side Jefferson
JeOerson street ju_
above tit shop.*
» ••••••••• - •
Shampooing « . •
DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
Bath, *45 Cent*.
HRIB. TAYLOR, dealer In general l mer-
chandise. Gdd Fellows' building.
clieap ctsh store.
OHN BIRD. west side Jefferson street,
dealer in stoves and tinware.
L ÿ a
.«"Give this Hou-e a Call.~£B
of all descriptions made to order.
f EADBETTER h RILEY : pictures of all
____ if take
dl^ih fact n
by strict at
All orders promptly'
JL j descriptions always on hand and frames
do all that is recom
according to directions,
and Uostiveuess itfe unexc
one should be without it: f
tion to its use, yo<\ will
Cail and examine.
Billed, pi T
AS. McCAIN, attorney ; office on south SHAVIN0
side Main street.
Of the best quality constantly on haod, as
also Music Gf latest Publication.
VIOLIN, BANJO, GUITAR STRINGS
JI. RAMSEY. County Judge and
• attorney at law,—office in the
. • !• ••
t Flour, '
■=’: . i FH GeodeliJ
' B Adcook
Rbe Ke li;
. 1 . in
T n r—w
. .. jGe0;Getchel
McMjnnville. « I
se • •
£.._ MC Cauli
W J fe Conn el Po
p. ■I ,OOR MANAGBK8 1
. S r . —
G W Islington.
TICKETS, INI I’ljUDlNG SUPPER ... .$3 00
B W DUNN.
E. C..BRADSHAW, attorney at law.
COMM n®E,0F INVI' -ÇjJripii :
A Complete Stock of Small lustrum ents
ONE £ t AR SALOON, R. Harris, pro-
nrietpr, Main street, just above Eagle
Good music w 1 lie provided 'and
will he spared t • promotetlie enjoyment <
< p invitation^
. 7TA.«T tiqke
, , eta wilR
issued, luit a G ENERAL $ivifat: on is e:
tended to all.
j ' f - . .-'S.
• Sii r ” ■ ' Ï
hand and to arrive
AGLE HOTEL, J ss . h . Olds, propri«
rie Fine Win et and Liquors for Medicina
ter i Main street. Livery stable
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EM SALOON, south Ride M«in street, I
8am ison, proprietor.
il i '< *
" WICK, -j
IË3R.4. Und- r tqe Ac of the
ísMtíblv, of ihb
the St|te bf
ct to protect
an . ict
atigauiU ’ approved
C oi rikr
Qcfatfa ‘i 24i h,
 , ls72,
1 i, a , the
f. i i i vu<
a I news]»àp r r published at Lafayette, in the
i-’Diy of jamhill, Oregon: h:is bern
LCgf1i arLj J .ludicir'
natefl^ p ifelish
nd trial ad-
vertjphi nents i for
f 7 7z:
said ¡eonnty Of Yamhill I, and,
propriet'or • of f t-aid
. afa -
YrtT? : qcj.s,
h l the county
> her , has tiled
r id county, a written stipulation
io cotidiforis ¿f said Act. together
•rid apnndyed as the law directs
if returns and notice thereof, -aid
ie », is hereby proclaimed
iùtednì' nd con tinned
as tho modi-,
h all Leji
Legahand Judicial a»h
county of Yamhill shall
ptriud authorized by
-hod for the period
HI r II Id
is liitli day o f
,t. f . c~z~~
Gocernor of Oregon.
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The TAYLOR & FARLEY Organ.-
The Celebrated MASON 4c HAMLIN
At the Old Brick Corner.
Samuel Brown 1
Tolly Smith and
Y VIRTUE OF A JUDGMENT AND
foroclosure of mortgage in the alwve
entitled suit, made and-entered of record
in the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
for YanitjiQ county, and an execution in
accordance therewith duly issued thereon,
out of said Court, and to tne directed, in
faA'or of said plaintiff1, Samuel Brown, and
against sjaid defendant, Andrew Smith,
for the sum of Three hundred nnd twen
ty-seven (9327 80) and 80-100 dollars, U. 8. gold
coin, with interest thereon, in like coinv
from the 20th day of March, 1872, at the JJR. H. B. LITTLEFIELD.(DRUGGI8T
lillv of ohe J percent
FVz 1 VA/HL per
y/XzA moiith, cl-ilvl
ur.ther sum of Thirty and 90-100 dollars
($30 90). ¿osts
and disbursements of suit,
I have levied on and will proceed to sell,
at public auction, to the highest bidder,,
for U. 8-i gold coin, in accordance with .Takes this method of informing the pnblic
said execution and decreb of foreclosure, that he is offering at P ortland P rices , a*
in front of the Court House door in La large assortment of fresh
fayette, Yamhill coui.ityt Oregon, the real
estate hereinafter descritied
PUs, i i
On tile 23d day of June, 1873,
at one orclock
in. of said day, all the
right, title and interest of the* said de
fendants; Andrew Smith and Polly Smith,
in and tq the following real property as
as described in said decree of foreclosure,
to-wit: Situate in tlieConnty of Yamhill.
State of Oregon, and in T. 4, S. R. 3 W., and
being the) south half of the donation land
Complete Assortment of'
claim of Andrew D. Smith and Polly
’ b< ling Claim No. 48, and lieing parts
of sect loi is 17. U, Wand 20 (except 12 45-100
a’eres her etofore sold to F. Fletcher and
37 8-100 a tres heretofore sold to 1). Smith)
con tain ii ig 2G5 67-100 acres; to lie sold to
satisfy s lid execution and accruing costs.
, R. P. BIRD,
Sh< srifTof Yamhill county, Oregon,
Lafayeth l, May 23-1, 1873.
From a CHICKERJNG PJANO down to a
it Court, of the State Of
ity of Yàmhill,
Yamhill, ’and to me direct-
f t le < C di inty
?lerk of said (’ 'onrt.
in favor of
» by 'r ( nirim
PlniniitF and against An-
Dan el in mm. Pinintiff,
i, Defendant, fortlfe strm of Two
hum rei u fc sixteen 15-100 dollars, U. 8.
fold co 4. hd thè further Sum of 8ixteen
>-10Odjl i*s costs.I have levied upon the fol-
I "1L-JT3 d iMfrjbed real estate as the property of
said Ife1 ’< i ndBnt, Andrew Smitiil to-wit : Lots
.51, 52, 53,59, CO.6‘4, (¡5, 69, 74L
«c 4 ' BIRD
71. W. 3, 74. 80, 90, 163.169, 109. 170. 17»-
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r - 4
173,175, 4____ i::. :
ave just received and are
289,293, 2 4 and 2)5, piinated in the th wn
of Dh)tp|» s t Yamhill county, iOregon, anil
On I 10 30th daje of J’ e, 1878,
New G uods,
'Pk ^rTJ-iuT-i irti t • ' JP-- v
at «¿e < ’ :i :10 •kk p.m, of s.iid dak I will pro-’
•11 at public mu
auction, to the high Gor.sistind of General Merchandise,
er U. S.
gold coin, ._
est 1 k < r> for
t Hov.se door ii in Lafayette, Yam-
Orcgofi^ nil the ri.
tahtr, title and
>f the above named
ibed, r^al estate, to
he' hove describe
ifitid xeention and
lr ! •
R. P. BIRD,
plieri iff of Yambill c fUpty, Oregon,
b I I I . “I.
«TUE OF A DBCR1 : e OF THE
ulf Court, we will o Her for sale
mici ion om ;
Monda y, the l lthjday of i; Tuly, 1873,
House door,’ in TillanivioW
between the hours of 9 o'clock a.
th ., and i 4 o’clock p. m., on said day. the
followli i g described irtfetF of lane d be-
longing , tc> the estnte of Thomas
ix homas sti
dqceasei I: The Kdrick Thoma
¡Lanu C ' aim. Notification No. i
No. 44; ownship 1 south,’ran
contain i _ . _r___ r,___ „Jj uitd also in
Ulaitp r 44, in township 1 south, range
io wosit containing 306
30G 7-100 acres.,
320 24-7 !lwe*L Also lot
‘ 14, in sec._.
Jot 2r fri seci
section ‘24: lots 1 and 8, and 8. W.
qr. of Ll w qr. of section 25, in section
2«, alliriT. 18.,
W ;’•» TDlainook; county.
claim, containing 159 fio-iooacres. Also, Î5
town Rife in the town of Lincoln, situate
E. corner of the Edrifck Thoui-
as cfahi n , fn
ui township 1 smith, ranges 9
and Jr) " rest, to-wit:
Lots ” i,
4, 7 I ttllVA
18 in bfe k; 1. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 ana 8in block
2. Lot« L
’ 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8. in block 3. and
a/l of hi oil
k 4. Also,
Abo, a levy front of 121
feet |n n riflth
on the north of the town.
Also Ot ier
1/im. lKr* tlllvl
l<zl~ » cxIIlA
paecefe to suit purchasers.
GoldUoin, onetfourtli ca
S j GoldColA,,
baud, t > e remaiuider in 12 months, secured
by mor -j rage on the land, and drawing in-
forest ii id 1«per cent.
1 50 a j
I^ILL ,|ARD SALOON, Powers <k Stewart,,
.ry rietora. Best wines, liquors, Au.
All orders from the
Promptly tilled, and Delivered to any point
AND MEDICINE8, Dr. H. IL in the county l-Yee of Charge, 4t
Litjtlefield ; I music, musical inatru-
and notions. Also lainily gro-
menta, s tajrt
" 0TÉL i, B. M. Watts, proprietor ; cor. ■ ■
th and Depot streets. New house JQB WORK DONE TO ORDER AND
and good accommodations.