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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1873)
M. 1. Oku* Strath.
R. T. WEATIIZKLY, TASTOU.
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit
First Sabbath Happy Valley,
E. Church, North.
Appointments for l^ifayette Circuit
First Sabbath, Lafajette 11 q. “H
8econd Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. nL,
McMinnville. 7 , p. m.’
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 1
Lafayette 6:30 p. in.
Fourth Sabbath, McMinnville 11 a
7 p. m.
LOCAI. AND DOMESTIC
I style; It is
the spirit of
17 76 is yet rife in the minds of the
citizens of tho place, The Ora I on
was delivered by Prof, L. J. Powell
of Salem, after which a procession
was formed, headed by the Aurora
marehed around to the
| • rip
i j |
were furnished with
to please the
I palate; tho moot having been bar
bacued in tl ic old fashion way. The
afternoon . was interspersed with
music, teas a and speeches. In the
evening a g rand ball was given at
jXYekiV H all, which was largely
13 place has
f Mr. B. M. !
ill hereafter i
Sconchiu, Boston! Charley, Bli
Statvick and Bnrncho, the
who were present at, the time
plicated 1 in I the Ci^nby massac
_iodo of openi
ter the usual
swearing in the j Cdurt the j
were broiight in , and ar
Three witnesses were exami
Riddle^his Indian yromt
f * ! I 1
L. 8. Dyar.
Jack shot General I
Charley shot General
Hooka Jim tried td kill
and also that Barpchc
down with a gun And
The testimony of F.
orates his wife’« ini the
The testimony oi fDy:
nothing. He coul^L sw
positively, except that
when firing commence«
was chased by H odkii
“The Indian itcoi
Ranch, 26 milqs fi
pected to be prjese
A dispatch lias
Curtis not to b.riii
for trial. It is su
defers wall be tu
Courts in uacgson
We were shown a* stalk of
Building and other Lumber,
and is ex4
: Weather boarding,
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VIOLIN, BANJO, GUI TAB S Till NO S
Of the best quality comrtatitly on Laod, a-»
also Music of latest Publication.
Cail and examine.
ESSOR Ó. S. FOWLER. ¿OF N.
will lecture in the Court House at
evening. Manis MorafNattire jss teach
¡and Immortality; FREE
Love Courtship, and Marriage.
day, st 2. to ladies, on Female
’eâuty; Tuesday evening to ger
an hood, Womanhood, and the
All orders p:ou.ptly
GOODS, ETC., ETC
lulted as to your ofrn and chil-
nOlogyJ best business, health' Ac,
--------------until wedhèsday noon
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otice is nEBEhr <i
the undersigned basil
pointed admlnistHitor of t
County Cour® of Yamhill co
All persons having claim
estate are hereby} require,
them, with the proper vor
undersigned, at his rifsWer
northwest of McMinnville,
tv, within six months froi:
JAMES« MC CAIS,
LAFAYETTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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L. P. FISHER,
>7" E LT Y A SIMPSON', north side Mam
ilw street; dealers in drugs, confection-
BOOMS 20 OB 21,
S •licit« Adevrti omenti and S.bscriptons
IB SALOON, B. Harris, pro
Maia street, just above Eagle for the Lo'AvrrTB. C ourier . an . for papers
published in California. Oregon and Nevada;
Washington, Utah, Idaho, Mnutanab, Col
orado. Arizona and adjacent Territories;
ADSHAW, attorney at law.
Sandwi-h, Islands, the British Possesaons,
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Chins; New Zealand and tlie Australian
Colonie«: Mexica Porta. Nicaragua. Parva»»
Valpartaol and Japan; the Atai.tic States
AFAYETTE COURIER, J. II
prdprietor, Jefierson street,
proof brick next door to Ferguson <
JAS. McCAlN, attorney; office i on south
aide Main street.
1ER SHOP, J. R. Majors, pronri-
>r ; east «ide Jefierson street just
above tin alioj
baled » tou.; ’..........
r G«O( EIIIES.
ir, San Francisco reline
DAYTTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
HRIS. TAY’bOR, dealer In general mer
chandise, Odd Fellows’ building.
cheap ¿ash store.’
• lumber of all kinds, doors and win
Peaches, dried. %|
ft> lb. , 1
Potatoes, y bush.;.
Onions.$ lb .¡..j
Beef, fresh, %l th.
Pork, fresh, Th lb
Mutton “ .. .1
Bacon, hams < F »............ -
SU| igar énred.i
Lard oll V ca
Tallow, $ Ä
Mer Hants’ Exchange,!
Cali for«! i Street, San Francisco.
“ Advertising is the Oil which wise men
put in their lamp«.’’ Modern Prov.
DUSON A- BIRD, corner of Jefierson
ind’Main ; dealers in produce and gen
eral merchandise, i
OWARD a STEWART, blacksmiths,
Wagons, hacks and buggies ironed.
Gunsudthing and general job work done.
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W EADBETTER a RILEY- : pictures of all
MM descriptions always on hand and frames
of all Ascriptions made to order.
INKER A CO., Ferry street; dry
goods, groceries and general uierchan-
¡Daytoo flouring mills,
r street; bug-
all times, at
lAD V ERT1SING.
Jit-Created many a new business;
H is Enlarged Ynany an old business;
Has : -evived many a dull business;
Has fe.«cued many a lost busine.-s;
Has Saved many a large bu-inesF;
And usure a success in any business.
Stephen Girard used
his old day« T have always con-
| medium 'of suoesi in bnriness,
prelude to wealth. And I have
n invariable rule to advertii-^ In
■I times as well as the busied, long
;e having taught me that money
it is well laid out, and by contin-
ping my business before the pnb-
rocureu manv sales that I other-
id have l<fst?’
; .. x ,
ivertise Yosr Business,
rar Name before tlae Public.
4 into partnership with the Shen
ufficiai does the advertising.
Hair Dressing Saloon.
>R A SHAVE. YOUR H €K CUT IN
THE L ATEST STYLE, FOR A GOOD
BATH AND YOUR WFlhKEuS
DYED THE BLACKEST,
8have .......... ................... ••• •
Hair Cutting............. ..............
Bath, 25 Genis.
reit: dealers in
The NEW cheap
I RELIEF TO’PAINFUL FEET
k TIGHT BOOTS tue NEZ PERCE
N CHIEF SALVE.
A New York restaurateur
nounces ready made dinners
misceli» eous appetites.
USON & BIRD
QUALITY - ON*
at R om ’ Store,
Missouri girls are so sweet that
Long, light hairs were found stray local editors speak of them as .
ing around on young men's coat col lasses.
lars at the ¿ampmeeting recently
“It is not the the drinking,
held at Dayton. Of course none of the ting sober that is terrible in t
young men of Dayton know anything ard’s life.” “Why get so be:
then,” says Smiggles.
Of a lady at the piano singin
not sing the old songs.” a
We had the pleasure of a visit from
old boy instantly inquired,
Madam Duniway during the yeek.
asked you to?”
She wants to be Senator, but we are
It is said that the
afraid there is little hope of her as
pirations evet being realized.
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to give his ears fair
Linseed OR, b<
Judge Bonham was in town during
the past week but as no one appeared
to litigate no court was held.
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A Complete Stock of Small Jnt*trnn ents
Sills, Etc ., Etc., for sale Cheap as the
Atao wa general ussórtment of excellent
Bills solicited and I promptly filled.
THOM a S STANDLEY
West Ohe hale m
raided on a farm adjoining this
which measured 7 feet 1 inch s
. The subject on tb^t
half in height. Beat it who ca
Phrenology Applied to
” Everybody should go
If the Pacifies
St. Joseph, Oregon,
W hereas , Under the Ac cf the Legi la-
ive Assembly, I of the 8tate of ~ Oregon*
_ i, en
* ‘ to
‘ I an Act
Litigant« ’ approved Takes this i et!io<J of informing the public
October 24t|i, It7’2, the L afayette C ouhxek . that he is. offering at P ortland P kices , a
anew-paper published nt
'it Lafayette, i in , the*
J.j large assortment of fra<h
county of Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig
uated tu publish the Legal ar.d
and Judicial ad-
fof said county of Yamhi-1,
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W hereas , The proprfeior of caid
C ourier , has bled with the county
said county, a written «tipulntfon
. " .. the
’ ConditK,: s of said Act, together
with a Bond approved as the law direct«
— ALSO— Z‘
with proper returns
roturna and notice thereof, 'aid
L afayette C ovbxek , i« hereby proclaimed
Compiste Assortment of
to be appointed and e firmed as the uedi-
um through which a . i < ral and Judicial ad-
ANDLEV8 MILK ON
vertismeiiH for said c< ibiK v of Yamhill ¡-hall
be published tor the period 'i v^horized by
‘ Done at 11.e city off
in, this 19th dry o
February, A.J D. 1872,
I .nn<w h , I
L F. QROYER,
constantly-kept a complete assortment of
Governor of Oregon.
Road Supervisors’ receipts, r
printed and fbiliale at this offic
$l'l 50 per hundred. Adapted fc
district in the county.
FB1HIB MEDICINE X a WARRAJ
: d TO
H do all that is ret omme®d«0
according to directions. I. A
“ ■ vermifuge it Or any Old Srre0, by jhe use of l'r, Cham
is unsurpassed.,] P_.
, Billioua. attacks
and Costiveuess’it fe unexcelled—in fact no
one should be without it? for by strict atten
tion to its use, you will not tie troubled
By the in? ronce no cure no pay.
will. ! *
Call on oi address Mr. E. H. Eubrnks
' Many of < c citizens will be pained
T he F ourth at S t . JoE.-*-The to learn of
i sad death of Sprague
celebration at St. Joe last Friday was llulmai« a s
of Mr. J. D. Holman
the finest ever witnessed in this ooun- of Portland It seems that the young
ty. At 9 o’clock there were nearly a
at to fits and while at
thousand persons asse: iinbled at tho de- work oi i t. Ankeny’s new hall
pot, and on the arrival of the^train over the Cental market he had oCca-
from Portland nearly a!' thousand sion to Visit the water closet and
more were added to those already as- while th
sembled to celebrate the anniwrsary fell through, where he was found
of American Independence. At 101-2• some 12 hours after. Sprague had
the procession was formed at the de i man y friends and relatives in this place
pot and inarched^round to the grove, who sincerely sympathized with his
where seats had been prepared, and bereaved parents in the great loss
listened to the oration which was de
that they have sustained.
livered by W. C. Gaston, Esq. The
any person sending us a club of
Oration was ably and elegantly de
livered and as it was the first ¿ve^
subscribers we will send a copy
'oUoun Montldg Magazine free for
delivered by the speaker, too much
car, with an elegant chromo.
praise cannot be accorded him. The
Declaration of Independence was
then ably read by H. Hurley, Esq.
After which the crowd dispersed and
themselves at dancing,
swinging, croquet and uich other
amusements as had been pre ired for
N ew L aw F irm .—Jas.
them Everything passed <
has associated with himself
ly and peaceably, Very fa w! drunk-
en men were seen m th » grounds-
of much legal
A small knock down took place, but
Was promptly quelled by the officient
Marshal, Dr. H R. Littlefield
the cv ning quite a large party come
up from Cornelius and returned on
T illamook R oad .—The Tilla-
the next train
mook wagon r d is so far completed
as to pass wag s across the moun-
H ot CH-PoTCH.—Last week Frank tanj
opens up a new era in the
Senior had optholma, odontalgia and clazn country, and one that will be
tic douloureux, while ’tothe: Frank hailed w ith general rejoicing.
was nuhrsing a sore foot and whew •
#w subscribers we will send the
what a paper was got out In our
nd the Mercantile Director for
spread-eagle Fourth of July lpadi er
of the Cei RiEB, The Mercantile
Ind“pend' .cnee Wai spelt with an a,
r a sixteen 'page publication and
while princi;J<! was spelt princi/crf
altuible information fqr everyone,
monthly at San Francisco, Cal.
and well, if there were six words in
the article not mutilated in some
*11 devote one col
way w have failed to note them as
r to gricultural
far as wo have had patience to peruse
We would be pleased to have
the production- And nobody saw
i l^nd others write us short a“
the proof i—if indeed there were any
1 the subj
aware that he Knows now to
hotel. The table will alway«
tain the best the market affords
SÇ, JOSEPH BUSIN8SS
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Ejjy a simpson , cor. 4th and Elm ;
. dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens
ware and patent medicines
J i I l IARD SALOON, Powers & Stewart,
emove Corns Apply Preely Fez TIN, SHEET IRON & COPPIWAM
ree Indian Chief salve Bandage for
Uve days; a »ure cure.
Cuts and Bruises u>e Nez Perce lu
ll Chief Balve.
BURNS AND SCALDS
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Salv
1 proprietors. Best wines, liquors, Ac.
or tetter and ringworm
DHIUG8 AND MEDICINES, Dr. H R.
Littlefield ; music, musical instru
ments, toys and notions. Also lamfly gro
- Tji r-
or hard swellings and gath
HOTEL, B. M. Watts, proprietor; cor.
of 4th and Depot streets. New house
and good accommodations.
SORES OF ALL KINDS
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Salve
Atfiicta, per V».
NORTH YAMHILL MILL8.
Use Nez Perce lud an Chief i
erings use Nez Peroe
ALL DISEASES OF THF sRlN
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Salve
E '»fi CE NTS A BOX. For sale by
Druggirts and general dealers.
DONE TO ORDER AND