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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1873)
A t it A gain ,—We thought from
W. S. SMIT h I
previous warning that the practice of
Practical Watchmaker and Jexelar.
plucking tulips at the late hour of
ATCHES, CLOCKS, AND ALt .KINDS
FRIDAY, JÜLY 18...J873. eleven would be discontinued. From
of Jewelry repaired and
the report that came to our ears from
fwxhis M edicine is warranted to
Y. j|UWwrk JL do all that i« rei-ommenilcd if taken
k E. Church South.
the lips of a couple that were abou t JEWELING A SPECIALTY.
according! to directions. Aa a vermifuge it
to part for the night a few evenings
*. T. WKATHKKLY, PAM UK.
Will remain in LAFAYETTE a ■BW'days is unaurpasi
— a ... For all Billious fact
lienees itis unexcelled—i
lnon-lw. and Costlfe
Appointments for Lafayette Circuit
fol- sinoe we are sory to say that they Only.
I" - — one ahonh Id be without it : for by iy «I strict
are once more plucking toose deli
tion 1 to ita usç, you will not be troubled
First 8« b ba th. Happy Valley.
with 11 ¡i 11 È- ì if ’k I j i ‘ I
cate flowers. Now for the benefit of
I 1 ! I j"
th® Sheriff* of th® «evesal Cowa-
that the young gallant postpone the FTV»
■ tie« withia th® State of Oregon i
K. E. Church, North.
plucking of tulips until there is no
Whereat, At a general election* held on
D. F. SPAULDING, PA8TOB.
one in sight for such things are^ the third day of June. A. D., 1872|' the Hon.
Joseph. G. Wilson was duly elected Repre
, Appointment* for Lafayette Circuit as fol- catching and the old folks might ob sentative of the State of Oregon in; the For
$1 25 per
ty-third Congress of the United States; and
First Sabbath, Lafayette, 11 a. m., and 6
Whereat, Since the said election, said
Illi I f
around by their fair daughters. , JiO' office has become vacant by thepdeath of
"Second Sabbath, Amity, 11 a. m., 6. p. m.
said incumbent; and
denial is needed this time.
McMinnville, 7, p. m.
Whereae, By provision of the Constitution
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill, 11 *p. m.
of the United States, and the ta^* is - of
“ tliis I'
We trust our readers will pardon State, it has become the duty of the Gov-
Lafayette 6:30 p. m.
Fourth Sabbath, McMinnville 11 a. m., and
us this week for the scarcity of news ernor thereof to issue his writ of a lection to
7 p. m.
items ; but the absence of our reg
Now, therefore, I, L. F. Gsovg . GoveT-
LOCAL AND DOMESTIC ular local Editor for the entire week, jnand you and each of y ou to noti the sav
and leaving the duties of local editor eral Judges of Election within ai ior your
B ase B all —The Pacifies, of Port- foreman, job printer and devil, to several counties, to bold a spec' election
tc 11 the va
of Representative in Congress to
land, failing to put in an appearance be attended to by one person, has cancy aforesaid, on Monday the
STANDLEY’S MILL ON
last Saturday as was expected, the made it almost impossible for us to
cause all proper notices to be gi
second nine of the Forest City club get away from the office. We pros»’! ¿Cvuramg w iaw.
challenged the first to a trial of skill 1 ?
) Given Under my
! ise that it shall not happen in fu
gon. at fa constantly kept a complete assortment of
which was promptly accepted, and, ture, and hope that we Will be for . (—v— | ) Salem, this tei
Bxdlding and other Lumber,
Sheriii Bird having been chosen um given for the past.
A. D., 1373.
i J F’ I'
I H ''
D. F. G
pire, and Mart. Ramsey scorer, the
A ttest : 8. F- CHADW1C
Secretary of the State of
game commenced, and resulted as fol
S ad A ccident .— A few days ago a
little child of John McCarty, living r
near Bethel Polk County, was sever-
Sills, E|c., E » for sale Cheap aa the
Rune. ly, though not fatally, scalded by the
Cheaper Than Ever,
stove upsetting and spilling a kettle
C. Large, c
»neral assortment of excellent
] ]f HjT. nJ I /T
of hot water over it. Dr. Johnson,
A. V. Snyder, p
Bill» solicited and promptly filled.
of McMinnville, attended the little
Æ. Hendrix, s s
W. 8AWYER DESIRES TGTNFORM
8uff.'rer, who is now doing as well
W. Fentori, 1st b
• the people of Lafayette ana
as could be expected.
that he has located at McMinn|ifle, with
C. Hendrix, 2nd b
to * take
new instruments, and J is
QU A LITI - ON
J. Hulery, 3rd b
l - kinds.
_____ ,o(¿ weather.
To any person sending us a club of the finest picture in all
at Rosa’ Store,
attention paid to
W. Mays, 1 f
I ■ TV m3
West C ehalem
four subscribers we will send a copy Particular
G. Hulery, c f
of Ballou» Monthly Nagaiine free for N. B.—Children should be broug between
W. Nelson, r f
the hours of 10 and 2. i
one year, with an elegant chromo.
Ik * HI
IT Bi 11.
We will also send the COURIER and
the Small Fruit Rerorder for the same
price as the C otrier . All orders for
the foregoing must be accompanied
with the cash.
Those wishing watches or clocks
cleaned or rebaired can have it done
in a workmanlike manner by calling
on Mr. W. P. Smith who will b? in
town for a few days, Orders left
at this office will receive prompt at-
S ettled .—The great terminal ques
tion on the Sound is settled again —
ÏNNINOÔ OF FIRST NINE
this time at Tacoma. There is no
1 2_3 4 5 67 8
certainty, however, judging from
4 0 3 1 3 2 7 0 1.—-21 past vacillations of the Company,
that the terminal question is not an
INNINGS OF SECOND NINE.
open one yet.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Dr. H l Litlefited, of St. Joe, says
4 6 3 1*4 2 4 5 1—30.
that he has the best quality and l as-
The first nine got two “ goose eggs” sortment of drugs and groceries ever
to take home for their supper, while brought to Old Yamhill. Gc i and
the second nine not having any such examine his stock and satisfy y
delicacies, was presented with a ball by selves.
J. L. Ferguson and Gen. Davidson.
There is a man and wife who does
T he L ecture S eason .—Lafayette not Eve far from this place by the
has been the scene of its full share name of Adam and Eve. If they are
of lectures for a while past, with the parents of all the population of
more to come. The “ Soul-Sleepers” of the globe they certainley have
amused our lecture-going fol as for large family-
near a week, to be followed by Prof.
ail new subscribers
aubscribera we will Knd the
O. S. Fowler the venerable and emi CoraiER and the Mercantiie Director for
nent Phrenologist, who amused and the price of the Cot kieb , The Mwm.tile
/ instructed us for another week, to be Director n». sixteen‘page publication and
followed by Madam Duniway who contains valuable information for everyone.
at Ban Franci»co, Cal.
promises to amuse, instruct and in Published ■" monthly
terest us ad injmitwm. Prof. Fowler
Hereafter we shall devote one col
has been greeted by large audiences umn of our paper to agricultural
during his stay among us, while the newt.; We would be pleased to have
opinions as to the merits of his theo farmers and others write ut short a-
ries have been various, There have ticles on the subject.
■«i w i J ii I i iXXotapI
I scarcely been two opinions, however,
Who has the bonds for lots 1, 2
On the point that the Prof, presents
and three in block 67; lot 3 in block
his subject with ability,
68 9 lots 1, 2 and 3 in block 69.
M atch G ame .—W. B. Mays, Seo- Please inform this office
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retary of the Forest City base ball
Road Supervisors’ receipts, nicely
club, received a letter yesterday from
the Secretary of t/e Pacific, base ball printed and for sale at this office for
club, of Portland challenging them ♦ 1 50 per hundred. Adapted for any
to plap a series of games to decide the district in the county.
merits of the _ respective clubs ae to
or a good suit of clothes or a new
the championship. The challenge
was readily accepted by the Forest dress or anything else that you want
Cityites and the first game will be go to Ferguson & Bird’s and get the
played at this place this Friday af
ternoon, and the second to-morrow
Mrs. A. J. Duniway will lecture at
morning, and if the third game is St. Joe Friday and Saturday
necessary, it will be played
and at this place Sunday next at 11
The first plume of the season
A TRIFLE OF A B l UNPJKR —À La-
fayette, who principally half-solee handed us by Matter Charles Watts
horses for a business, having, last yesterday^, Thanks.
spring, become enamored of the for
Wilson, the Tillamook would-be
forth to buy seed to sow an i
of homie idiot, was convicted over there
spare ground. : He got them, m he of an assault with intent to km.
thought; but imagine hia chagrin
1 ■ 1—
If you want any drugs, patent
hia paina- He
P. P. Gates,«
J. T. Harris, p
L. Moor, s s
J. W. Baker, 1st b
W. Coffin, 2nd b
Nigger Bob, 3rd b
E. Fenton, 1 f
G. Morgan, c f
E. Moor, r f
Or any Old Srres, by the use of Dr. Cham-
J. H, OLDS • PROFMEÍOR.
N AND AFTER MA
will be a regular «1
tween Lafayette and Poi
weekly trips,’ leaving Lafay.
u¡ iiJiift at K c» p'clook,
u uiuua. return
a RE, EACH WAY, *1
A NEW HACl
Will be placed upon this line ta a short
E.XPRES8 and other busii inks» a Wended to
; A I
/ tí ! j
By the insurance ho cure no pay.
Call on or address Mr. E. H. Eubanks,
E. H. BUBANKP.
Complete Assortment of
From a CHTCKEBJNG PIANO down to »
The Celebrated MASON dk HAMLIN'
The TAYLOR dk FARLEY Organ.
ON «6 BIRD
ave just received AND ARE
w |G oods,
Consisting of General Merchandise,
hatsi caps ;
V10L1X. BANJO. O VITAS STP.lftC’B
Of the beat quality constantly on baod. as
atao Mu«ic of late«t Publication.
BjlERGUSON A Bini), ebrner of Jefferaon
-W? «nd Mein ; dealers in produce and gen-
ei sl merchandise. \ | t./ j
r m , i
OTICE IS HEREBY-GIVE11
XE the undersigned has been»|duly ap-
8IMP8ON, north side
ai i ».
pointed administrator af the | state of
dealer« fa d
infat; ; dealers
HesS, ' deceased, by • the
id family supplies.
County Court of Aathhtll count; Oregon. «i
All persons having claims ag Inst said
estate are hereby, required tt present ■WOHiNBIItD. westpide Jefferson street,
them, with the proper vouche , to the
dexfar fa stoves apd tinware.
undersigned, at nis residence, ve miles
orfhweet of McMinnville, in t fa coun-
within i six months from t
prietor, Main ktreet, just above Eagle
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1. • 111
q. w. GO
July 7th, 1873-
, attorney at law-
BOOMS 20 AND 21,
AND DEALKXS IM
. Os ters
Nute of all kinds,
Hair Dressing Saloon.
ER, J. H. Upton,
>n street, in fire-
Fergufon A Bird.
Wheat, best white, ¥ bU!*®l/...
Oats, fci bushel.. J..
lb___ • • • • ■
Flour bent, bl »ack. ■ . _ barrel).
Bunkwheat Flour, fl ft
Bran p ton.... A
Hay, V ton...
•• baled V tea
Sugar, San Francise®
Coffee, Costa Rica,
Salt, Carmen Inland, ^cwt....
Liverpool, ieoaree.. j I...
, FBITTS, VKGrTABLBS
Apples, green ¡ibush
B ft . 4.'L-
Potatoes, f? bush.
. ■ • • 4 * - - -
many a new business ;
H is en
ed many an old business;
H m revi ed many’s dull business;
ed many a lost business;
many a large budnesa;
And inauto a auCceaa in any business.
AB; McCAlN, attorney » office on south
side Main street
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•sat -aide Jefferson street just
daytön business directory
Ï r Ï s . tAYLOR
24 9 25
dealer In général mer-
_ chandise, Odd Fellowa’ building.
heap caah store. • I ;
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8. PJWELL. Saw Mflli Dressed
• 1 lumber of all kinds, door« and win-
G irkld ' s S kctiox .- -Stephen Girard used
to say in his old day«: “I nave alwaya con
sidered advertising liberally and long to be
the great medium of aneceas in borine««,
and the prelude to wealth. And I have
made it ns invariable rule to advertise in
the dullest tii nea as
i well as the busiest, long
___ \ that money j-
experience Having taught ' me
thus spent la Well laid out. and by contin-
bally keeping my ' business before the J>nb-
lie it has -c'«red----------------
many sales that
wise would have lost?’
WARD A 8T2WART, blacksmiths,
i' hacks and bnggiea ironed.
igand general job work done.
J. R. MAJORS’
: ‘I '
Hhampoomg .................................. ...
Hair Cutting..................... '. • ...............
t • • •••'»
BalA. 25 Oat«.
fa Dall, Advertla®.
is Brisk, Advertise.
’ABKER A CO.,
'., Ferry atreet;
The man who didn't believe in advertising
goods, groceries and general merchan- aaa gon® in
to partnership with the 8henff,
1 >ayton flouring mills,
t dthat a
I does the advertising.
' t : ’•*[ ’
• • v •
Chickens, drewed, each..,.. ,
Butter, fresh rolls, S B,
Isthmus . . ’ ' f?* t i » »k.f •
? • • If -F •' ]
,- t ; ■![ ’
ease, Oregon pr
Wool, V B...
Ik .. .. ....
green, salted, ea
Deer Skins, dressed, fl
Sheep skins, wool on. es
Linseed OU, bofled,
livery stable Ferry street;
• gies and
GO., Ferry atreet: dealers in
ral merchandise. The NEW cheap
TINGv IIonto, carriage and wagon
painting and sign writing done to or-
r by J. w. Carey.
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T tADBETTER A RILEY : pictures of all
JLd descriptions alwaya on hand and frames
I dfaenptiohs made to order.
FOR A SHAVE, YOUB HAIRCUT IN
THE LATEST 8TYLE, FOR A GOOD
RATH AND YOUB WHISKERS
DYED THE BLACKE8T,
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JOII j Y
Solicit« Ade*vrti*>ementa and Subscript™«
for the L afay E tts Coruna and for paper« Fiar WtaM and Liqatn fnr Medicina,
Sublished in eulifornia. Oregon and Nevada;
ra«bingtnn, Utah, Idaho, Montanah, Col-
orado, Arisons , and adjaeent Terr ¡tones;
Sandwfah talar ida. the
British _ Poaae«soas.
China; New Zealand and the Australian
itAMKEYj. County Jod,
Judge snd Colonie«; Me :a Porta, Nicaragua. Panama
• attorney at flaw .—office & the Valpariso an Japan; the Atlantic States
Beef, fresh, fl ft.
Smoked • • 4 • -1 •
Pork, fresh, ft B • I
Mutton “ • •¡i ¿V • > •?
Bacon, hams F ft J
All orders promptly
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Takes this method of informing the public
that be w offering at P obtlaxd P rices , a
large assortment of fre*h
A Complete Stock of Small Instrumente
St. jreseph, Orvfwa,
At the Old Brick Corner.
FOWLER. OF N.
will lecture In the Court House nt
. Saturday, July 12th, at R o’clook. 8TAPLE ARTI OLES.
|o Reif cultore. Sun
ana Moral Nature aa teach-
GOODS, ETC ETC. „ETC.
and Immortality; FREE
„ » .
ILevfcJ jjCourtahip ' and Marriage.
Tuesday, at 2. to ladies, on Female Health »
and Besutv; Tuesday evening to gentleman,
Womanhood, and the relation
center C 'onrae'tieketa 50 cents; and
11 I u, ‘II I
wolfed a is to your own and chil-
renologv /Ibest bnrineM, health' Ac, Of latest Styles and in fine variety.
——until Wedhesday noon
«“Give this Hou-e a Call.*®*
if .■ *■
“ Advertising is the Oil which ws® men
Í put in their lam;
JJR. H. R. LITTLEFIELD,fDEUGCTBT
W hebkas . Under the Ae‘of the Txgbla-
ive Assembly, of the State of Oregon, en
titled “an Aot to protect IJtiganta"’ approved1
October 24 th, 1*73, the Lar a ram Covaua,
a newspaper published at Lafayette, in the
oounty of Yamhill, Oregon, has been desig
nated to publish the Legal and Judicial an-
vertisments for said county of Yamhill, and
W hereas , 1m proprieior of raid L afa -
yette Covau V has tiled with the county
Clerk of said. oonty, a written stipulation
. .:J Act.
accepting the conditiona
of # «aid
•ved * —
with a Bond appro-
— law direct«
with proper returns and notice thereof, '»id
k , i»
L afayette C oi ei E ; r
to be appointed and confirmed 1 as the medi
and Judicial ad-
um through which al! Legal AM
vertismente fori said connty of Yamhill «ball
be published for
m period . authorized
Done nt the cit|^0fSalem, thia 19th day
February, A. D
L. F/ GROVEB,
Governor of Oregon.'
8, F. C h > d
Aec. of State.
1 HT UNDERSIGNED WILL CUBE ANY
, LAFAYETTE COURIER.
Lati® y ette,
'^T’HOLESAIÆ AND RETAH< PEAL
1EF TO PAINFUL FEET
HTBOOT8 use NEZPERCE
ST. JOSEPH BUSIN8SS DIRECTORY
ELTY A 8IMPSON, cor. 4th and Elm; 171OR Cuta and Bruises
dealers in groceries, glassware,Queens JT dian Chief Balve.
e and patent medicines
OB BUBNR AND SCALDS
Uee Nez Perce Indian Chief Salt
ILLlARD SALOON, Powers A Stewart,
• proprietor». Beat wines, liquors, Ac.
D MEDICINES. Dr. H. B.
I; music, musical instru-
Also family gro-
TTIOB TETTER AND RINGWORM
Ufa Net Perce Iodan Chief I Baehr.
or habd swellings and gath
erings use Hex Perce badlau Qhiet
• r •
OTEL, B, 1Í. Watts, proprietor ; cor.
Streets. New house
Promptly filled, and Delivered to. gay pein»,
fa the county Free of Charge, st
idiaq Chief Balve.
At • fa». per lb.
WORTH YAMHILL MILL8.
. PORTLAND PRICES-
DONE Ta OBBBR AND,