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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1873.
Yamhill County Directory.'
C ider B arrels .—Dr. H. R. Lit
tlefield, of 8t. Joe, has about twenty
good cider or vinegar barrels for sale.
.................. M. M. Ramaey
........B. H. Lamsorr
✓....B. P. Birtf
Treasurer..;............ ........ .............. J. M. KeMy
Co. Commissioners. ................. j Hnlery
........ ..C. Handley
School Sup't....... ..........H. H. HeMt
................... Dr. Johason
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For bad cases of Dyspepsia take pne tea- State Senator ............................... J. W. Cowb
j T. R. Harrison
spoonful three ' imes 4 day, or l»ve! or Uff Rep’s...............
.. ................... j A. R.Burbank
minutes after uiesls. for fo ir or five daya,
then take two teaspoonsful,_______
as above directed. Where! there i»pain or
OBEQON OFFICIAL DIBFCTO&T.
tenderness in th e stomach j bs.the
the ’ «toni
ach well with tl 4 Extract: ght and morning
. EXECUTIVE DJU*< XTMJttf.
until it is 1 remox ed. In all i mild cases take
..... IÍ<F. Grover
i two teaspi OOnsful three time» adayjf
Secretary of State.
....Ö. F. Chadwick
Treasurer of State 1 .......... L Elewchner
In Cholera, tike one tablet
of the 8tate Printer......
Extract in one jablespoonfpl
every State Librarian....... Á.-S. ^J.Simpson
two hours; bal Ing the st or
owels Begister of State Lands 1 »k E.
. i 8.
freely every hi r until th«
ceased; then t ;e one
times per day for five or six days.
.....James K. Kelley
t The above is
in the first
for Cholera in
....... J. H. Mitchell
In the secdbd~stage take the above prescrib-
—». Jos. G. Wflaon
ed dose ev^ry Jtour, ba think the bopefe Sod Congressman ... r-
stomach evfery half hour.
u*. For a bad attack
of Uholera mo: Thus take
Cholera in its first stage
milder case« 1 U« 8. District. Judge
M. P. D»ady
take in less quantity. In
s where the U. 8. Marshal.. .
.«...TU’s G. Young
vomiting is such that it w
it stay on the Clerk U. Ek Court.. f *4 ............B. Vkilcox
stomach, bathe the sto
ana bowels Surveyor (tenoral.
freely until v miting ce
lien -take as Snp’t Ind Affairs 1../,................ ..T. B Odeneal
U. 8. Assessor.
........ .......Thot. Fracor
U. 8. Collector ..............
— —•A"......... ...
T humb C ut O ff .—Mr. John Tay-1 Michael F
lor informs us that Robert Morris of olas Carlin.
GoH in New York tiwlay, 108,p
Portland Legal Tender rates, 90| buying; Dayton, who has been employed on
ACTION OF TUB
the new bridge between Amity and
Gold bars are quotable at 725@75Q fine.
fiMTHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEAL
VT er in
Exchange on Baa Francisco, J of 1 $ Sheridan,
day this week.
not true bill.
uhiliSS WhMt’ 12> 5d®128 M l»b,
, State of Oregon vs Joi
S calded . —Mr. Frank Martin’s ba and John Savage; indicted
by while at supper the other evening —horse atealing.
TIN, SHEET IRON di COPPRWASE,
S. W. Ravwlejr, Nw, 105 First St.,
_ 1 '
I I ;;¿V
j. Ptartland, Oregon, is our duly author.
The following are the cases
oontente on its left arm, burning it
4 ised Agent.
so badly that the skin came off near of up to Thursday night:
the whole length of the arm.
X. £. Church South.
Pipe, Lead Pipe,
—— ■ ■ ■■ «"■<»fc
derson; action to 1
Q uilting .—Quite a number of the trial, verdict for
F. W. ». MKYS,>aSTOa.
Wm. C. Phipps1
Appointments for Lafayette and Tillamook young ladies of this place went out to
land on execu
Circuit are as follows:
All orders from the
First Sabbath. Happy Valley, at 11 o’clock about a mile north of this place, one
. M., McMinnville, 6:30 F. m .
day last week. They had a merry Harker; action• ’ to n
Second Sabbath, Tillamook.
they got out two quilts and re judgment for plaintiff.
Third Sabbath, West Chehalem, 11 a . m ..
Promptly filled, and Delivered to any point
turned home in the evening.
Wm. Hickey vs
Unity School House, 1F, x.
in the county Free of Charge, at
"ndrnwn on motion
Fourth Sabbath. Armstrong’s School
ouse, 11 a. ■., Lafayette,6:30 p. M.l
F ob Scio.—Messr». Turney & Hol- for plaintiff
FOÏLND ? I I ->
<S £ ì.
Jos. Griftin "v|t Thomas ¡8
dredge have closed out their picture
» ¿ «
tent for thia season. They intend judgment^ for plaintiff. I
JOB 'WORK DONE TO ORDER AND
to locate for the winter,
O. C. R. R. Oo.
They are both young
and good writ of review from JusticH jDourt-
' ¡ I . ' I »•. .. "K
artiste and we e
rceom- judgment in Justice Court against the
Croquet is still the rage.
mend them to our Sci
Company reversed, judg
Circuit Court is in session.
I 4 <
defendant for costs.
P anorama . •This evening Jones
Wheat at St. Joe. 95 cents.
William Jones vs
J 4 Aha. L -I«
& Co.’ s panorama will exhibit at this Suit for divor< ree, R. Stett nppomted
Duoed cold these mornings.
place. It is highly spoken of by all Refferee to tai >ke testimony. fi ]•- JHl r M
bearing W. R. Willis. Register/.
down, take of the Extari
lespoon- B. Herman, Bedeiver....
Hase Ball season is about over here. who have ^witnessed it, and is well • I w-r O.
Hardingvs.Thoma ÄBtandley; hiww
ful in two tabl
|r every Owen Wade, Begister........
Lafayette is to have a Glee Club worth the price of admission, which ldgment for plaintiff.
vs J. M¡ fWXHlS MEDICINE IS WARRANTED TO three hours, Im th ing the
¡nd bow- Henry Warren, Beceiver.
— the pain and running
is only twenty-five cents. There are
Jg ido all that is recommended if taken els with the si 1 me
I »• I *
J. H. Stephens. Begister,
according todirections. As a vermifuge it off of the bowels is checked;
many scenes from the celebrated La
For all«. Billions™attacks teaspoonsful three
til a cure D. Chaplin, Receiver....
a day tn
Mr. Lampson, County Clerk, has va Beds. Go and see it.
and < Cbstiveuess it is unexcelled—in fact no js effected. F or children ^nder
our thanks for favors.
;fj,. I,"'ih,,iyM ai^il ! ¡Mr i": 5; 4'U-
ones >uld be without it : for by strict attend
an f: u1: frofo 1G to 15 years,
S chool .—Professor Smith, princi suit for divore—R.
teaspoonful. With ba ing as above di- P. P. Prim, Chief Justice.... Jacksonville
tion to its
you will not , be troubled. two
The town has been unusually lively pal of the Lafayette Academy, is, by
vected. For ill bowel
___ x 1 co ilaints ìn
child A J. Thayer.. • - * r
¡t. 1. -
this week owing to Court.
nis superior style of teaching, fast fill
John Anderson vs
W- W. Upton . .____
FEVER AND AGUE.
SOUR STOM ■y‘. '
A boot-black made his appearance ing up his school. There was an ad ley; foreclosure of
L. L. ,McArthur.......... .......... ...Baker City'
dition of some ten or twelve pupils ment for Dlai
qp our streets the other day.
On getting ip in the morning r take t*o
dea spoonsful: n the time for chill is between ♦
judicial nun Tiers.
> • • .
this week, and many more who in
r *' If you want to know who do busi tend starting soon. *
the hours of 9 and 12, take two teaspoonsful
more than half an hour b before chilling, Ü If 2d District: Benton, Coos, Cuny,’Douglas
ness read the advertisements.
the time for the chill to c< dme on is In the
uaf- and Lane. 3d1 District: Linn, Manon,
Hon. Wm. Dawson. County Com
fl 25 per bottle
O fficers E lected . — Following
teraoon. wait until 12 o’flock
clock to take the Polk, Tillamook and Yamhill. 4th District:
bale by all Druggists.
missioner, was in town the other day. are the officers elected for Lafayette
second dose. After the chill
Columbia, Multnomah^ and
are coming on
bathe the breast and a stomach Washington. 6th District; Grant, Umatil
Next to a good meal is a good cigar,
with the Extract,
¡tract. Wet si cloth with i the Ex- la, Union and Wasco. > ...
this you can get of Kelty & Simpson. quarter commencing November 1st.
tract and a 1 little cold witer. and
Robert Os bo
Is it on
R. Kelty, W. C. T.; Mrs. M. Kelty, equity—still
the stomach: j; continue
______ to keep
mxs of ciacrrT comm.
All kinds of Job work neatly exe W. V. T.; J-
until the fe vor cools. If khe ‘fever cools in
Clunie, W. R. 8.;
Frst District—In the county of Josephine,
time, take a dose on going to bed-at night. on the fourth Mondsy in October; Jaeuen
cuted at the C ourier office, -reasona Miss Nancy Martin. W. T.; J. Olds,
By following the above directions the chill» second Monday in February, June and No-->
W. R. F. 8.; Miss Lizzie D. Large,
will get lighter and come on at a later vember.
"Dr. J. W. Watts, will preach at the W. M.; Mrs. Zeruiah Large, W. C.; the winter in Order! to ,
hour each day,
, until 1 they
disappeh jr. After
Second Distirct—Douglas third Monday
tol Mart Taylor •
they have disk] appeared,
Cowles’ School House on next Sab Miss Eva Burbank, W. I. G.; Chas. dren to school. We h$ar
take tue al
¡bove dose in October, and aeconed Monday in May;
or giving sthe young men of three times a day for 10 or f 12 days,
Large, W. O. G.
Coos, fourth Monday in May, and »
Oregon a thorough Business Education
Monday in September; Curry, first Mi
I Wm. J. Martin is connected with
S ad A ccident .—A few days since ing in town so
For adults, take of __ Extract one table- in J une;, I Jrne. third Monday in Apr^,
frtam man*. « '
the Southern Pacific R. R. Co., at as some young men were running
spoonful.in the same qua: itity of water,three ond Monday in April, and third Monday in I
tunes a day: Children froi n 10 to lfi years old
horses, John Huleryj} la , young man more until seed
In session at Albany, Linn County at all two teaspoon^ful, and all under thiat one tea
Third District—Linn, fourth Monday in «
Oar friend Nelson Olds, is the hap living at Dayton, was thrown from
spoonful in wi |tter or mill" >; at the same time
March, and-second Monday in October; »,
py father of a girl-baby—happy life his horse, and in some way the horse
your diet, not to overload
the Marion, second Monday in March June
M arried .—Atti
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
to I the new comer.
stepped upon one of his feet, mashing Laynian, by J
November; Polk, second Monday in jat
and fourth Monday in November; Yamhil _ a
it so that imputation was necessary. M tj Samuel L»
Enterprising merchants should now Dr. Littlefield of St. Joe., performed
Farmers and others wishing to educate their
- and fourth Monday
Bathe the parts
arts burnt d scalded imme- ■i»«
sons can obtain full particulars by address diately with the Extrac and if necessary ■n October ; Tillamook, ^pcond Monday m p
ing in tl
ertisements in order the operation, removing the three E. Tate, Octobe
bathe the sec >nd time,
ch wiU taki the July. •
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Fourth District—Clackamas, fourth Mon— 8 ':
fire out entire y-
day in April and September; Multomnll, ‘i
James Hendrix has the contract to
second Monday in February, June and Oo- f
N ew B ridge .—The new bridge
deliver wood for the use of the Court
Dose— ttk0 of the Exira ct one teaspoon- tober ; Columbia, second Monday in April:: ] •
leading from. Amity to Sheridan will
House, which he is now doing.
ful in water e|very twenty« 1 minutes until re- Clatsop, second Monday in August, and ■>’
soon be completed. Mr. J no. Taylor
is had, aqd then take « one teaspoonful in fourth Tuesday-in January; Washington, v
On Tuesday evening a large fire kindly furnishes us the dimensions
water five tinges a day u til a cure is effect- fourth Monday in May, and first Monday in u
was burning on tl>e bills east of Am- which are as follows: entire length
chest as l bronchitis. *
y which was plainly seen from this 300 ft., height above low water mark
Fifth District—Waaco, third Monday in f
June, and second Monday in November pj
30 ft. The timbers rest on piling inglK
spoonsful |p th|ji*me am.’t Grant, first Monday in June, and third Mw-|
of waten if
rai thfe pain he» day in September: Baker, third Monday, in
On Wednesday last Messrs. Charles bents 16 ft. apart. When completed
o teaspo|nsful n e, contin- May and nratMonday in October; Union. S¡
not left, take
Handley and L. G. Suiter were en- il will be one of the best bridges in
FW^EBM COMMENCED SEPTEMBER 15, uing the d
every liftmen of f entv niin- first Mondar in May, and third Monday in
“How one thing
on the county and is a credit to the
grged laying off the graveyard,
utes until rei fis had, hen tab 01® tea-
October; Umatilla, last Monday in ApriMf
Johnson’s Hill, in lots.
times a day until the canse is and fourth Monday in October .
Tke Sunday School at this place,
highest G rades ........... $7 pew Quarter.
G ood T emplar H all .—Thè, lum
U -r< ■ iHir.
under the excellent supervision of ber for this building is about all on
Mrs. Burbank, is rapidly filling up. thò ground. Its size will
three : times
—1,1 be 25x50
LANGUAGF8, (extra).... 1 per month. a day in a lit e water, lathing tifo ab
Ji now numbers son eighty scholars. feet, two stori eg high. The location
«SrPupils can enter at any time
a day ijiui
Where there ulcerati' 1 follnwi'the .above
We would call attention to the ad. is a good one, as it is situated on ris-
directions; alio take on teaspodfifnl of the
of Dr. Littlefield at St. Joe. parties ing ground; and another advantage,
Extract to tw > tablespc nsfid of warm wa-
washing to purchase anything in his there is a good substantial sidewalk
OB RELIEF TG PAINFUL
ter, and use as an ipjec on twici a day ijn-
from TIGHT BOOTS use NEZ PEBC
r_' Lodge is growing
Une will find it to their advantage to leading to it. The
LAFAYETTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
»1 • ' il
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call on him.
ENT O1 THH|
E SPLEEN, U__________________________
- - . —
— — -
yr F ) I House,
T'r' 7»! where
MilEKGUSON A BIRD, corner Of Jefferson
The Grangers will meet at t his they —— encountered
JT a and Main ¡ dealers in produce and gen-
’mau v obstacle, but OaU, S
JL Perce Indian Chfef 8alve. Bandage f
place Saturday, Nov. 8th, at 1 o’clock in a short time,
Dose—one easpoonfi three flmes p day*, four or five day»; a sure cure.
to the in
Flour b«sit, sack. (*
(, I barrel)
m . Lai there be a good attendance
the hart well 1! morning and night ------ ------------------------, . ■ ——
defatigable efforts of Mr. Royal, will Buckwheat Flotr, tt>.
ELTY a SIMPSON., north «ide Main with the F.'xtr ict
aa business of importance is to be at be able to occupy their new hall.
OR Cuts and Bruises use Nes Perce
U • 4 11
street; dealers in drugs, confection INFAMATION OF iTHBj stomach
Hay, W toa.
eries ami family supplies.
A ttorneys .—We noticed the fol-
Farmers have about all of their fall
ob burns and scalds
AS. McCAlN, attorney; office on south
In bad cases take
te teaspoenful every
wheat sown already. • There has been lowing named attorneys from abroad
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Sal
side Main street
three hours, 1 bathing
parta: .every two
a very large amount of wheat sown, in attendance upon the Circuit Court Sugar, San F
hours with th< » extract !
i the inflamation ■¿VaKTETTER AND RINGWORM
ARBERSHOP, j . R. Majors, propri is removed: t leu use tl
some say about four times as much as this week: From Portland, J. N.
times a day for JD
Use.Nez Perce Ind an Chief 8ael4£.
etor; east side Jeflereon street just fire or six da; a.
Dolph, John Catlin, R. Williams, li.
above tin shop.
Stott, B. Killin and Gov.. Gibbs; from
or habd swellings and gat
The total number of horses in Yam Oregon City, W. C. Johnson and C. Tea, ImperialJJLiJ
erings use Nez Perce Indian
M. RAMSEY. County Judge and
hill county is 3,3%); cattle, 7,889; E. Warren; from Salem R. Mallory Coffee, Costa Itici
• attorney at law,—office in the one tablespodnful of wi r three times a day Salve.
7. From and Col. Knight; from Albany, Geo.
and bathe the parts aff ed onae a day with
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or sores op all kind «
--I we au
there was R. Helm and N. B. Humphry; from
with the Extract.
Use Nez Perce Indian C'nfef Balvt^
Polk county, Ben Hayden, P. C. Sul Salt,
proprietor, Jefierson street, in fire \<
in thia place alone.
OB ALL DI8EA8E8 OF THE SKIN I *
proof brick next door to Ferguson A Bird. Bathe with the Extn
livan and R. P. Boise. Add to this
Use Nes Perce Indian l^hief
tion of one teaspoonful
The Haun bridge between this list our local bar and we have twenty
OHN BIRD, west side Jefferson street, teaspoonsful of warm water night ahd mom-.
RIUE’ SOCENTS’I EOV tor t
place and St. Joe. w in a very poor two attorneys in town at once. But
dealer in stoves and tinware.
ail Druggists hnd^^nefal ucaler*.
condition, in fact it is hardly safe to we believe nothing hast been stolen APF>«.J-n
SPRAINS, CUTS, AND BRUISES.
a . I- '
’ i sf
- < ■ d-/
drive across it- This should be at during court in town.
Bathe with ¡the Extarct a few ti nes and
tended to, for it i» hardly possible
i : I
-I you will get relief. For cuts it keeps down
. dhatit will stand during the winter,
D eath of H eenan .— The tele Potatoes. WI
inflamation add affects a speedy cure.
f «* some Qf the stringers are broken.
DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
graph reports the death of John Onions. !b
Wnxnr.xR, Under the Act of the Legiril
A yon ng man went to see his girl C. Heenan, the “Benicia Boy’’ and
•MS HR18. TAYLOR, dealer tn general mer-
ive Assembly, of the State of Oregon,
A epngh is | enerally [
t, Which is in titled uan Act to protect Litigante’* appi
night, and got fighting mad ex-pugilist, on the carfc, last Satur
chandiee, Qdd Fellow»’ building. The
very slight October $4th, 1872, the LarAYrrrz Co
at her because he found two warm day, near Green River station,
cheap cash store.
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cold. This comes on
is; is gen a newxpapqr published at Lafayette,
on Ahesofa. The green-eyed
is relieved county Qf Yamhill, Oregon, has been
Mill. Dressed by rising free y. The
ha« frill possession of that
erally rais nated to publish the Legal and Judicial
r ;• 1
to California for the benefit of hi^
ed is generally yell
etimes it is vertismente for raid courfty ol Yamhi
in th« latter stages
white ish and 1 ticky
W hereas , The proprietor of raid
j Madame rumor has it that our fel-
is thick k and vfery muchjlike tha|©f consump- tkttb CorsrMB, has filed with the
Wwtownsman,Mr. McPhearjon.con New York; worked in the Pacific
MM Wagons, hacks and «boggies ironed. •tion. 1 Indeed the disease often ends in bron- Clerk of said county.». written stipula
Gunamithing and general Job work done.
accepting the conditions of said Act.
templates taking unto himself that Mail Steamship Company’s works;
with a Bond approved.: as the law d
Odd rib” before long.
e must ad- fought Morrissey in the prize ring
EADBETTER A RILEY ; pictures of all
thdkesultrfacnte bron- with proper roturns and notice thereof,
. l L:_—
it Mac. that things look very suspi- and got whipped; next fought Tom
descriptions always on. hand and frames chitis, and also of m
fls, whooj-ing. cough L afayettb Coixnvh hereby
all descriptions made to'order.
Ac. Bet taking cold
I changeable weatn- to be appointed and ooqfrmed as the
Sayers, Champion of England,
its cartes. It most nm through whic|i all Legal and Judicial
without satisfactory decision in his
ARKER A CO., Ferry street; dry often f
inflamation of the vertisments for rand county of Yamhill si
goods, groceries and general merchan throat, w
Fat Jaundice^ Headache, Constipa favor, and had since practically re
eglected, gradsally be published for the period autliorixed-
dise. Dayton flouring mills,
ipe into the tubes, law.
tion. Impure Biood, Pain in the shoul tired from the Ring. He once
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Done at tine erty ofSalem, thia 19tb da
in ifo character,
ders’ Tightne« of the Chest, Dua
BE8T, livery stable Ferry street; bug-
il 3 to Stimesa day February, A. D. 1872.
• gies and horses to let at all times, at
ne»», Sour Eructations of the Stom
' n ■’
L. F. GROVER
t and cheat'
ach, Bad taste in mouth, Bilious at-
and morning Vith the
tjors, PaM in region of Kidneys, In sociated, a man of uncommon sym Wool
NELL <t CO.. Ferry street: dealers in
8. F. C hxdwick ,
ternal Fever, Bloated feeling about metry and herculean strength com Hides
general merchandise. The NEW cheap • Dose—the
/tec. of Stale.
cash Stort. A
Stomach, Rush of Blood to Head, bined, and a leader of his class, he
»fleeted with one
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tablespoonful |of the Extrac
Extract t once a
High Colored Urine, and Gloomy has gone down to the grave in that
MJAIXTING. House, carriage and wagain
Forebodings, take Dr. Pierce’s Pleas
J l painting Sndvign writing done to or- Hodge, Cail
time of life which ought to have
ant Purgative Pallets, or
order by J. W. Carey.
ed. Concentrated Root and Herbal been his prime, and we hope the
. D^8old b
C. CALL, MANUFACTURÉS OF E. M. ELBA
t for Ore-
Juice Anti-Bilious Granules—the ‘Lit example of his life will deter rathef
• Saddles and Harness. ;• AU work war gon and ad
tle Giant* Cathartic or multum in thup invite imitation of it.— Bulle
ranted. Orders ieft with J. Cullen
parvo Physic. 35 Cents, by all Drug*:
receive pronipt attention.
OSes in the Court House,
I 1 ■
Hbw Comniercial Collese
Indian, Chi ef|
salve . * - [