Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, December 12, 1873, Image 3

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LAFAYETTE COURIER.
DEC. 12th.
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Appointments for Lafa vetie and Tillamook
?<’ireuii are as follows^, f
. Pi njt .Sab ba th. HaippC VftilSy.at 11 o’clock
at. fii.', McMinnville. ufflO f.fe.
Second Sabbath, TilliuiHmk.
Third Sabbath. West Cheilialeni, 11 a . m .,
Unity School House, 3 p. m .
-Fonrtlri Sabbath. Armstrong’s School
House. 11 a . m ., I.afavette,¡6:3*1 p. m ..______
Golil.in New York to-day, 10.».
Portland Legal Tender fates,buying;
Dlj
311 selling.
..
Gohl
are quotable at- 725l<( 150 fine.
C_
” bars
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Exchange on San Fnifeeisco, 4 of 1 ft
! .-»V cent,
.„t. discount.
Liverpool Wheat, 13s 2|d@l3s 4d ; club,
, 13s 4d@14s.
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I1A-TOU.
Good weather forkm'ping cool.
The butcher shop is still progress­
ised Agent ut Portland, Oregon.
The boys do ii&t swing on tho gates
T he L afayet T e C ourier has
very
long these dvtsnings.
been designated, in pursurnce of law,
legal and
ns t the
he paper in which
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If you want-to change your shirts
■judicial ftdvertisemcn|ts
judicial
advertisement for the coun­ go to the barber ’shop and get a hot
ty of Yamhill must tyt it published.
bath.
THE w S kl Y SEN is too
to require any extended I rem
but the reasons which h.i ive ali
fifty thousand subseribiui s, an
we hope.-give it inany thòusafiiU mure, are
! briefly us fòlio
ws'.
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íóllowk'.
It isti first raté newspaper. BAii the news
of the day will be'found
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foiiiid in i” , ,condensed
when
uiiimpórthit. at full Ieri
len unimportilr
always
presentedhn Vi lear, in-
r moment,
■A and
hmm
I mmìmiì
teliigiblc, and interesting mani
it is a first-rate family pape full of CD-
tertaining and instructive real pig of every
kind, but containing nothing t feit can offend
the most delicate and scrup.iluwtsi taste.
It is a til stirate story „piip|ii y, .The best
tales and romijnees of currend| uteratiire are
carefully selected and legiblyll printed in its
pages.'
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It is a first-riite agricultural* ’paper. The
most fresh and instructive art: ifeles on agri-
’cultural topics regularly appai |(r in this de-
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partment.
It is an independent polifiqg] I paper; be-
longing to no^party aild weaiji lig nov collar.
It ughts for^principle, and iort ; it lie election
of the best
test men
mòli to orl^ce.
office, it B specially de-
exjSjsure
ul — the
votés its energies
__ L- to the —
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corruptions that now veakenan.l disgrace
<jitr coemtry, and threaten to. undermine re-
publican institutions aìtugethej.
_. It has no
fear of kqiives, 1...2
_~L_ nufavors from
and asks
their supporters.
>
it reports the fashions for ilg> ladies ami
tile inarkcts for the men, especially the'cat­
tle-markets, to which jt pays particular at-
tention.
' Finally, it is. the cheapest Ifl
lfeper publish­
ed. One dollar a year will seiaire
Aire it tor
for any
subscriber. It is hot fiecessaK.to
rç-.to get up a
club in order to’ have THE WEEKLY SUN
at this rate.' Any one who sends a single,
dollar wili get the papier for a year.
We have no travelling agents.
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Wheat, best white, $ blkshol....
Oats,
bushel.................. |
Corn Meal
ib.................. • • •
Flour best, iff -nek. (l.f barrel). 1
UlU tu
1 Vifkviv, «IV
11A11
icialftli
ilC’l
,_
i
lf
Island........
crushed....
griihnlatcd.
Tea, black,
'lb .
Imperial........
Imperial..
Coffee, Costa Rii'a,
Rio. i
Kono..
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2ÜI¿'
2d(F¡
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Mhfc 5
21 fe i>
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GATES & C IDS’
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turned with h: rn as far as the Dalles,
when the Colombia closeij. He tele­
graphed to thb Sheriff that he has his
prisoner lodg< ’ in _ jail ’ at that ‘ " place.
The prisoner^ name is Hopkins, we
believe, andl j is* arrested on a charge
of murder co: lniitted some time since
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in Missouri.
Too
C old . —Anyone with the least
bit of i^dulg< ‘nee cannot expect us to
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tuii around t lis cold weather hunting
up iteiiis of interest. It is as much as
wo edn do th a weather being favora­
ble to do this . All there is to chron-
icle isiconceining sleighing, skating
this we g
get but
ptjtms
and snowbal jng;
in~' ■; ibf)
llyKho
first,
and
as we
littlo, especiiJ
aint & very ‘ ' big
_ thing on ice,” we
prefer remai ling near tlio fire.
Garibaldi’s straw-stuffed bed in
Ischia was heard to mutter, on see­
ing a lady carrying awav a few
straws as a relic, ‘ * ‘'l’licy will do it;V
I'vti. stuffed it six times al readv
n
hausted. F
ile rose to go away-« E. (’. KkADSHAW, attorney at law.
She whispered,
‘red. as she accompanied
him to the door, “I shall be at ST. JOSEPH BUSINSSS I rectory /
home next Sunday evening, ” -So.
ELTY a SIMPSON, cor 4th and Elm ;
shall 1,” he replied.
dealers in groceries, gla^ ¡ware. Queens
In agreeable and versatile Iowa
“local"’ says: “Ceular ,River is in
a languishing condition. It is
verv low and confined to its bed.
The cat-fish get aground, and have
to be helped off the sand-bars by
H ard t > B f ^ t .--Mr. A. V. the good-natured boys.”
¡Clark, of trisp ace, laid on our
tabic a Jim ) containing forty-three
apples whi< h he broke from the
Í* »»
tree while i athering the fruit. The
Corner Je iter bo ti and Third Sts«,
limb is not over two feet in length
and the ap lies are average size, LAFAYETTE,
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which makes them look almost
HE UNDERSIGNED TUXES pleas­
. .if solid.
ure in announcing to the travelling,pub-
LIVERY 4 FEED STABLE,
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w *' te , * * •r*’’
as
B
all
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There
will
be
C jiäistm
a graitd Ch istrnas ball given at the
Dayton Hotel, Dayton. Mr. Joe. Ri­
ular and well known pro­
ley, the po ij
•I uli
prietor, will
the supper. All
ill furnish
f
tU
who wish to join in tjie mazy dance
should not . fai
fail to attend this. Tick­
ets includir g supper $2 50.
C aught
Sheriff Bird succeeded in
capturing Henry Nordon, who was
indicted ini connection with Frank
K ware and patent medicines
ILLIARD SALÒON, Pon
proprietors. Best wini
MOTEL, J. H. 0,Ida.
HULL JOHNSON, Prop.
GEM SALOON
LAFAYETTE, ** -
Isaec Sampson, -
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OREGON,
Pipprietor.
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in fine wines andliq -
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ANI» DIFFERES*!
KINOS OF
TERMS OF CIBC11T COURTS.
Parlor and Box Stoves
All Biaunfactiire l in this city. ’
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The other dealers will loll you they
keep them. The reason is. they
can’t buy them.
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P ¡«¡;sc remember
,t1 also have
PATENT 1 3HURN
Don’t forget to look at the
PATENT WINDOW
ARKER <V CO. are now p rppai i¡ed 1
offer torthe Farmers apd '<» 4'Sll nie
of Oregon, the largest and bes
stock» of Ge ue in I Merchandise e. er ohé
in Yamhill •county, consisting of
H
STAPLE and FANCY GOODS
GROCER I F>?.-
. CL..THING.
Which is inmle of Sprue:e Wood, and is
¡Lighter, Cheaper, Moie deadly,
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More .Ljurable
And is tlieìiandsomest Window Blind in use.
•*- IVgives the best sati? faction to all who try
ib-afeil I only ask you to enquire of any »me
m'oïl them, to joavince you that the
who has m'od
Wooden Blind is the vqi rv-Jti st that yon can
buy.
JOHN R. LAKE.
jnnel n<>14
BOOT:
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GLASSWARE AND QUDEN’S^
'.HA*iU)WARI ANI) CUTLK
DIIUC LS. medici : ai
T ÍN WARE ;íl
All of which have been seleç!
selectee
Importers and Dealers of S'ai
SSin F
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ami w ill be offered low for cash ¿r
produce*
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AiDany GOffliai
ProL Mart Taylor
Principal.
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NOlt GIVING TH
Frst District—In the county of Josephine,
on the fourth Monday in O.ctolier; Jackson
second Monday in February, June and No­
vember. *
Second Distirct—Douglas thirtHMónday-
in October, and seconed Monday in’”May;
Coos, fourth Monday in May, «and second
Monday in September; Curry, first Monday
in Juné; Lane, third Monday in April, and
and first Monday in Nevember; Benton.sec-
ond Monday in April, and third Monday in
November.’ i
Third District—Linn.» fourth Monday in
March, and second Monday in October;
Marion, second Monday in March June and
November; Folk, second Monday in May.
and fourth Monday in November; Yamhiíl,
second Monday in April, and fourth Monday
in October ; Tillamook, second Monday in
July.
Fourth District—Clackamas, fourth Mon­
day in April and September; Mwtomah,
second Monday in February, June and Oc­
tober : Cohimbia, second Mw^lay in April;
Clatsop, sfecond Monday^n August, apd,
fourth Tuesday in JantraYy; ’ Washington,
fourth Monday in May,%na first Monday in
October.
• Fifth District—Wasco, third Monday in”
June, and second Monday in November;
Grant, first Monday in June, and third Mon­
day in September': Baker, 1hird Monday in
May and first Mcrtiday in October; Union,
first Mondav in May,’and third Monday in
October; Umatilla, last Monday in April,
and fourth Monday in October .
YOUNG MEN OF
Oregon a through
tl
Business Education
I ’ rpi, Qregon
.v
ONE HALF THE USUAL PRICES,
Nez Berce Indian Chief
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Tn session at Albany, Linn County at all
tkne^¡
i n
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SALVE."
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■71OR BELIEF TO PAINFUL FEET
.I? from TIGHT POOTS use NEZ PERCE
Farmers and others rushing to educate their INDIAN CHIEF SALVE. U*
sons can obtain full particulars by adffress-
FK10 remove' Corns Apply Freely Fez
■iiig the Principal,
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u Fkrce Indian Chief Saive. Bandage for
four or five days; a t-ure cure.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL
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The r Dayton Gfi
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Is now open fojMjoragle, free
all those that will give us the
lmachiising their Wheat for
highest market price, any tin:
may see proper to sell.I
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So come on, gentlemen j we
acci
bridge and no ferriage; and w
date you any way to spit the tin is,
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LAFAYETTE ACADEMY: !
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J. SMITH,
FTtERM COMMENCED SEPTEMBER 15, ir»—
TtORsHARD SWELLINGS AND GATH-
> J873.
. erings use Nez Perce Indian Chief
TUITION»
Salve.
HIGHEST GRADES..
.$7 per Quarter.
OR SORES ÒF ALL KINDS
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INTERMFr
“ ATE GRADE 5 . 4C
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Use Nez Bcjjce Indian Chief Salve:
PRIMARY
4
UAGFS,Yextrà)7
1 per month.
710R ALL DISEASES OF THE SKIN
<*rPupils can enter at any time.
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Salve.
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RICE 50CENTS A EOX. For sale by
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ail Druggists and general dealer^. ,
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1. f, OLDS - PROPRIETOR.
AND AFTER MAY 1G, THEÌÈ
wiU
ill be
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a regular stage running be-
n Lafayette and Portland, making
tups, leaving Lafayette every Fri-
.ly trips,
norning at K o’clock, returning Satr.r-
FARE, EACH WAY, $1 50.
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A NEW HACK
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PARKER
WEST MERIDEN,CT
J. Nt MILLER,
Wagon Maker!
LAFAYETTE. OGN,
OULD ANNOUNCE TO THE CTTI-
place and vicinity
W he ziens liaa of this
returned to his old stand
that
prepared to do all
l^8 lin „»vriF“8
be placed upon this line in a short manufacturing
WAGONS.
BUGGUB,
HACKS, Acr
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{XT’Repaii ing done on short notice.
PRESS and other business attended to
n^6m3
ppromtly.
nl2tf ,
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this House a Call.*< l
1 uprtimG
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73no39-ly
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and in fine variety,
THE PARKER CUN.
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Consisting of General Merchaadi
CLOTHING.
. I|ATS, CAPS,
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BOOTS. §H0E8,
.
GROCER1E
H a RDW.
T EADBETTERJ RILEY :^>icturea of all STAPLE ARTICLES.
on hand and frames
■ J descriptions aL.. rays
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GENfSt FURNISHING
of all descriptions made to i qj^er.
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GOOÖS, ETC., EToJ,
arker a do., Ferd street ; dry
goods, groceries and gej leral merchan-
dise. Dayton flouring mills, j
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60
ave
__ Ah
AVE just
JUST reoei
RECEIVED
constantly receiving
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or tetter and ringworm
Use Nez Perce Ind an Chief Saelv
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RGUSON Cc Bl
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T TI^OR BURNS AND SCALDS
‘JI5':
Use Nez Perce Indian Chief Salv
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At the Old . Brick Cornei
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TtOli Cuts aud Bruises u?e Nez Perce In­
dian Chief Salve.
PRINCIPAD.
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JüDICf^EiSTT'CTS.
.
You can»nW buy a Stoye of thicker plate,'
and wfrany plate fstfcit can be rcplac-
■ 'First
•- , . District: Jackson . and Josephine.
“2.1 I District
k.'..:. I: Penton, ( oos, Curry, Douglas
cd at a small expenie. We have the f T-d
and Lane. 3d District: Linn. Marion,
Driving Flue and Elevated Oven Polk, Tillamook and Yamhill. 4th District:
Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah,
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and
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L'matil-
Washington.
5th
District;
(want,
Ui
COOK STOVES,
la, Union and V» usco.
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S. POWELL, Saw till. Dressed
• lumber of all kinds, doors and win­
dow frames.
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OWARD & STEWAii'i blacksmiths,
Wagons, hacks and buggies ironed.
Gunsmithing and general job work done.
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SI PREME COTllT.
L®A K E
jvcr 4
ealer
BEST, livery stable Fe ’ street ; bug- Ü.A© 0
uora, such as:
• gies and horses to let l all times, at
Whisky, Brandy,¿¿Ge, Porter, Beer and
reasonable rates.
Of latest
Soda.
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he
late
Grand
Jury,
for
Star- by 1
^lflINGLEH^-(]0()D
ALITI ON—
Also, Scgars, Tobacco, Candy, Nuts.
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INGLE K— (¡I
He was caught' down on etc, Give me a call,
burglary
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hum! and to arrive u Ross More
hand
m3
no35*tf
the Colum ia on lost Saturday.
West Chehalem,
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OFFICZKS
P. P. Priuv Chief Justice.... Jacksonville
A. J. Thayer......... ».............. ... .Corvallis
B. F. Bonham.. 4.........-......... ...?. .Salem
W- W. Upton.................... . ... Portland
the suie Agent for a 1 the Stove« manu­ L. L. McArthur.?................. Baker City
factured. •*.
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U. S. District Judge. .,............. M. P. Deady.
U. 8. Marshal.; .... .... .Tiro's G. Young
Clerk U. 8. Court....
...: R. Wilcox
Surveyor Generah_.>.
.. W. H. Odel
Sup't Ind Affairs....
.T. B Odeneal
U. 8. Assessor...V..
..Thos. Frazer
U. 8. Collector.........
...W. Bowlby
MADE
•prietor: cor
of 4th and Dehot street! . New house
Í d M. good
NEW GOODS!
accommodations. I
AINTING. Hmise, card ¡ge and wagon
painting nnd ffljgn writin ¡ done to orj
order by J. W. Cajgiy.______ . '
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DAYTON BUstS’ESS D’|
ItECTORY.
CHRIS. TAYLO^dealer!
general mer-
chandise. Odd Fellows’ uilding. The
cheap cash store
OFFICERS.
99
Butter, fresh rolls, 'fy lb
packed, ..
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Cali loin ia .
Isthmus
.S-'
dozen
F
Cheese, Oregon prime,
(’¡•lifoi iua j....
Lard, ft It»_______ __
wool , mr
, KTC
Wool,
n, :. .
Hides, dry, each
green, salted, iitcli..
Deer Skins. <1 leased,
lb..
Sh(,‘op skins, wool on, xach -
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oils .lire. .
Linseed Oil, boiled, gallon
.’fr
ra w . .
Laid-oil
ga lun.
Coal oil
Oil, ^gallon..
lb............. !..
Tallow,
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ITDEBAL
LAND
HARKE
&c. Dwyton, Ocnober 2.1*73.
cl
£SNELL <fc
Æ CO..
CO., Ferry i street: dealers in
fiJNELL
general merchandise, . T|p NEW cheap
cash store.
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U. 8. Senator •••••..,,. James K.
........ Kellev
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. — .............. J. H, Mitchell
Congressman............... /.... Jos. G. Wilson
Go to Lake’s Emigrant Stove and Tin Stoie,
W. Jt. Willis. Register. A/.. ..... .Roseburg
' 13rt Front street, Portland, and see
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B. Herman, Receiver............
the stoves manufactured at the
m«en Wade, Register....... .. . . .Oregon City
M
Henry’ Warren, Receiver....
OREGON IRON WORK I
J. H. Stephens. Register,... .. La G rendei
“ Chaplin, Recelier........
D.
They can i>e had at no ether place, as
kg os >
BUTTEfi,
.. L. F. Grover
8. F. Chadwick i
... L Eleischner
.Eugene Semple
8, C. Simpsop
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E 8. M cCoinas
CON IRES8I0XAL.
STOVES. .
T
lie that in connection with ^is Feed and Liv- W
erv business he is running*! a DAILY
EXPRESS to and from St. Joseph. Leaves
Lafayette at 10:15, making connection with H
the cars, and returning at 12:15 p. m.
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VIOLINS,
OREGON
I’OILTIIY.
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Governor ¡.. J...........
Secretary of State.
Treasurer of State
State Printer.......r.
State Librarian.............
Register of State Lands
MEATS.
■ Z ELll’Y A SIMPSON. n< ■th side Main
eV street; ilp.iIeri iii dru¡( i, confection-
Are now running, and arè-pfepaiet
cries am) family s ili
ipplies.
plies.
u neat or to exenange ior n n
grind ■
AS. Mi'< 'AIN. atfon.cy ;
ee on south for toll, or to chop for toll, or
or to grind loiv or not to grind
side Main street.
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wa^to please the farmers, so t ; flhey
not go away scolding.
M. RAMSKY. Com
• attorney it law,-
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Court House. ' J i
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OHN BIRD, wejtkide J< lersmit street,
A y •ouQg lady had coquetted un-
dealer in stoves
es apd
ahd tinv
tin wire.
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til the victim was completely ex­ ----------
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ORGANS,
FIFES.
Chickens, dressed, each.,
per dozen..........
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EXECUTIVE' DEl’VBTMENT.
ACCORDEONS,
Beef, fresh. %Hb..............
horned ............... .
Miioked............ j ..
Pork, lresli, lb lb..............
Veal, “ ...........
Minion“ ..................
Bacon, hams
it»....;...
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sugar cured..
sides........ ........... .
shoulders................
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OBEGON OFFICIAL DIBECTOEY.'
FLUTES,
3
C aught hi ; M an .*-—Deputy Sher­
iff C. T. Belcnpr succeeded in captur­
ing his man a ; Walla Walla, atul Te­
H Which I offer for sale cheap for cash.
! 1 now have on hand Musical Instru-
, ments such as
Apples, greeu
bush....
dried, tfttb .. .
Peaches, dried, V lt>... j.
Plumbs,
“
{I lb....:
Beans,
R> !b........... . ...
Potatoes, bush. .........
Onions.
lb....................
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.. .J. W. Cowls
I T. II. Harrison
' ‘ | A. R. Burbank-
State Senator
Rep’s...
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DRUGS, MUSIC, &.C.
FBUITS, VKOETABI.E.<i
UGS
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OREGON,
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Salt, Carmén Ldiiiid, pefet
Liverbool, coarse ....
dairy.
cmoc KR
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s igar, San KAincisco i v Jiiied,
Now would lie a good time for those
A T urx O ver .—AT s quite a number who pay their subscription in wood
of young folks were going to Dayton, to bring it along for we will not need
last Saturday night, one of the sleigh it next summer.
loads spemoil to b? considerably out
Sleighing and skating is the prin-
ciple
amuseiiiehts at present.
of luck, for ‘ they mbt with accident
J
ST: after accident. Tin sleigh-bed was
Sleigh-bells ^jikle day and night
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only a temporary concern, in fact an I I at this place,
old box set upon the runners, which
The young hoodlums are in their
every now and then would slip off pf glory at present, as they can snowball
THE WEEKLY SUN. ...Eight pages.
the runners, spilli lflg the load out, the pedestrians and then dodge be­ fifty-six columns. Ofely
91 OÙ a year. No
<
discounts from this urte-
mixing broadcloth with p>*tticoats in hind a corner.
¡SUN. -Same
THE NEMI-tVEEKLY
!
such a manner as to be hard work to
> a year. A
size
ns
the
Daily
St
’
rt.
Some
of
our
young
folks
insist
that
tell who was who,. but which only ad­
discount of ‘40 per ct^nt. to c bs of 10 or
skating
on
your
back
with
skates
in
ded zest to the sport, as no one was"
over.
the proper position, but getting
THE DAILY SUN.
Á li ge four-page
'.! ' vhicli occuyjed the air
hurt. The couple
‘
kerect
”
position
is
the
main
difli-
a
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newspaper
of
twcntv
;
bight
d linos. Daily
trixl to occupy it,
back seat, Dr tr
' ‘4 “ O, 1)00. A the new s for
circulation
over
l
çulty
dumped out, we think, about a dozen
’4 cents. Subseripti inti piii 50* cents a
War-whoops seem to he the most montlk-orSti 00 a ye
• .- times. But this s eigli was not the j
ulis of 10 or
■only one which met with . sjiuo .mis—| popular way of attracting attention over, a disrount of * 4(i perree
«»TH SUN, ”
Adjress;
•
‘ (A.*** -Wp on thb tr;p; th ite wasH*g<>the^ one in our streets in absence of sleigh-
IU142
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Nd fork .City.
■Lieb
reached
the
stable
minus
tim
bells,
as
some
of
the
young
bloods
go
W
toUgue, ami as it could not be guided, whrzy.ing along,
tho boys lifted tne girls upon the
Work was resumed on the Good
f-
!
horses, and hied a ivay to their homes Templars
_ ‘
Hall this week, , and if the
as morry as you p ease.
wei ■ather continues fair it will b : ready
KEizry <v
^for occupancy about the 10th of «next
Sull^gaiL
lN3tVXE.—Mr. Eugene
month.
ïtt -'
formerly an attorney at this place,
We would jcommend J. R. Major*'
*lias been adjudged insane, was taken to our friends who may be in want of
■to the A^iu.oi i lujt Monday, by any thing in his linej^o ffive hint a
<1
Hubbard, Some two call, for he keeps the very best. *r' . 'S ! ee
wqek <
Al. / . ’ -' Sullivan
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attempted advertisement.
to commit *stiitddn. I.Jjut was prevented
Dr. Hl R. Littlefield, of St. Joe., is
AND DSArÆ.ffl iS I
from committing t h e ra sb ¡tet by some paying the highest market price for
’S'ROCERIES, CANNE
FRUI1
friends who su ipieiom d 'something dreS'vd hogs, delivered at his st on* in
kiwi St. Jo?, Parties having “ porkers” to
av is wrong and vr.ir ■ wet? ri tg -lu>n.
Air. Hubbard inter ms us that n? kept sell will do well by calling at his
very quiet until ho reached he ferry place of business.
Pickles, .
Portland wh i n h > attempted to
On Saturday e veiling it’ was our
Crackers. •
-4 make his escaiMJ by
I jumping out of the pleasure
Nuts of
ids;
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to _ visit „ayton
11
Lodge, I. O.
•« »p
¿o.
hack,”Y butfupon being tout that lie KJT.
1
in company with several oth-
Bar tiines.
viWB
’
--medicr.'-
treit-
was only going
°r3.
This Lodges tlioug! h small as to
incut^tuld be irocurxi he became numbers,'is in a most prosperous con­
; HH- ■
«pi iet.
. iT
. r
it would iygjyell for some
dition, and
!
Medicinal
■s that arclarger to pat- Fine Wittes anti Liquori
of
the
l<Ktg
lllRy/t' ,
uses
L iterary S X TEUTA IX M EXT.----
tern a fief it.
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O^ing to : the inclemency of__the
When an enthusiastic editor (le«X*
-wpatber- there ¡was not as l<>rgc a
-<irowd at tills eu itcrt iin m jnt aS thxru scribes a bride as bonny, and an
would otheywisi b hive been. Thoio
■who were tiler] !• were well paid for envious conqiositor sets her up as
?*-their trouble, And passed the time bony, as was done at Jacksonville, ST. JOSEPH, - - - J ORF.ÇON.
plcisantly. 1 Üin. T. B. Hapdley, of
e . are . constant ; Y RECEIV
JioMntnville, g:t re his hearers a rare t :he oilier day , hope for a season
ing New Goodsilirecti roin Portland
treason “Whail there is that .is jiitw;
bids the world farewell, and free- O^’üivb.u- a can. f
JLjjj.rA. R. Burbank told about the
dom sltf ieks as the compositor falls
American Republic; his remarks were
LAFAYETTE BUFI NFS»,! IJIRECIORY.
F < 4bÿ
- at his form, brained by the brother
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The reading
(ivery *ap propri kte. -------
of
the
blooming
bride.
the ladies was ^oofl-, Rev. T. A. \V (xxl
NERGUSON <t 1JIÎD. cor Br of Jefferson
Q-
fold somethin«! about a hog. Taken
. nml Main ; dowers in p Bduce and geh
eiÿil merchandise, j :
rite custodian of what bad been
altogether, it1 van a splendid affair.
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.M. M. Ramsey
R. H. Lam son
.... R. P. Bird
. . J. M. Kelty
j Dav. soil
*"" ( Hulery
,...C. Har.dley
........... I. Davis
. .'H. H. Hewit
...Dr. Johnson
LE J1SLATUUK
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OllOCEiqEF.
OÍ
1,
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ST. JOSEPH,
t«»n.....
•• baled ^ .lon.
ef.
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LITTLE FIEL D,
pay,
be'
»V null
I DR.
Buckwheat Flour,
Bi an p toil........... j
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County Judge
Clelk...............
Sheriff?.......
<
Treasurer..
Co. Coihmissioners..
Surveyor....,.........
Assessor....... ....
School Sup't............
Coroner.
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FLOCK, GRAIN. ETC.
ing.
The ground is still covered with
snow.
Work on the new hall has been re­
sumed.
Music we do not like—tlio hum of
the snowball.
Pistols and snowballs are in order
on our streets.
For the best of plows call on Mur­
ray at St. Joe.
Seeing stars—when the back of
SAMUEL, is ou r duly author­
Ai
Yamhill County Directory.
lafa V ette MARKETS.
Plenty of ice.
Whew! how cold.
Bad Aveather on ink.
1 The river i?J froze over. ..
Good habits—overcoats. 1
1873.
M. S. Church South.
F. W. D. M.VS3.
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CORRECTED' WEEKLY.
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