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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1874)
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telegrap S icsum ^ iary .
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beat white, id bushel.
An enthusiastic railroad meeting
was held at Union, Baker county,
on the 17th inst.
Java. J .p
. Carmen Island, flcwt...
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.‘h 00@2 50
I FBITTS, VBGCTAni.KS, tfrC.
Driving; Flue and
any one from buying e ithqr of the
aliove. The itndcr will be
nllv reworded bv leaving the
wiili Dr. H. IL Littlefield
La Grande has a temperance
institution s denominated the La
Grande Union Temperance Soci
season will be a lively one.
Great Taylor far&ily, alias the “Orig
inal Irrepressible Mart, ’ ’ assisted by
Mr; T. Glaze, the Eminent violinist.
Mart is acknowledged by the press
the very best genor- I
and public to be j th
world. lie is
al performer in q t|ie
chuck full of i corhicalitios, Yankee
sotigs, punning po
plays, speeches, so
ems. ect., wh*rv ¡every one should
'8 a hearty laugh. He
hear that, desires
will get off lus 1< ocaj song which alone
le money. The enter-
is well worth the
e at the Good Templar
tainment will be
Hall, Saturday evening. Admission,
Thtrty-ona persons w'ere examined
The great Peruvian Twankadib in Sari Frandis^o lajU It month for in-
lo’and the rambunctious catawam- sanity.
pus are on exhibition at Salem.
1 """HT S 'MEDICINE».
We lio[)C they will remain there. If you wotih|- p^ronize true Tem
Au enterprising firm at the perance ]^edicines;’!scieidifican/ pre
a skilled 'physician, and by
Capital entertain audiences during pared
of .his own,
the evening with a dancing chick a process the ' discovery
i wherein not a drop^uf
- rum, whisky,
en. Admission, a short bit.
.j ♦ beer or any c^erA a^poholic
liquo^ reiitotfm^use Dr. Fuir«* s
Lieutenant T. D. Maurice, of mentad
Family Medi leine j» They do not
Raleigh, North Carolina, several mai^ufactureidninkai
ikaras/as do the va-
'gieiui, m __ _
Dcev Skiiis. dicssed, pi
Shee^ skii;s, woolon, ei fh
Li’isceJDil, bolled, U
Coal « oil I '
Neatsfopt Oib v? gallon
lb, t •
r ■ ,*»
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CO. ar? now t prep«re<l
L^ofler to the Farmers and Consumers
Oregon,-the largest and best selected
Utock of General Merchandise ever ottered
Fin Yamhill county, consmting of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
HATS AND CAI’S,
GLASSWARE AND QUDENSWARE.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
|T?N WARE E*TC. ,
PLOW^ 1 PLOWS,
PLOWS, « All of which have been selected from the
ik Dealers of Sat
ana will l»e oftered low for cash
AX» BYALEXS IN
Nute uf all kinds,
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Tit Dirti Iloiriit Mills
THE PARKE RCIÄ7.
Are now ntnniug. and are prepared to buy
Wheat or to exchange for Wheat, to grind
for toll, or to chop for toll, or to grind high
or to grind low or not to grind at all, or anv
way to ptease the fanners, so that they will
not go away scolding.
The Dayton Granary
«EMD STAMÍ FOR SlltCHUB
fa now open for storage, free of charge to
all those that Will give us the preference of
nnachaslng their Wheat for cash, at the
highest market price, any time when they
may see proper to sell,
80 come on, gentlemen, we have a free
bridge and no ferriage, and will accommo
date you any way to suit the times.
HARKER 4 CO. I
Dayton, October 2, 1873.
J H. MAJORS
Mil qmd nJ
ZkN AND AFTER M*AY 16, •’TtlhME
v" will be a regular stage hrflfiiitg ne-
tween Lafayette and Portlaml, making
weekly trips, leaving Lafayette every Fr>
day morning at N o’clock, returning Hatafa
day. PARK, EACH WAY, 51 50,
A NEW HAO|^hJl
WiU be placed upoa thte line jn a
EXPRESS and other business attended W .
7jn ta it
PARKER BROS <u n «
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LI VERY 4 FEED.STABLE,
4 ■ ¡i
lì ' '
lai ; 6'r
[LAFAYETTE, - - - OGM
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Ch». E. Warren and child mu. sick
Nimrod> during Mondsy and Tu<*_
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with tho smallpox. A telegram from day improved the time well judging I WWE ‘<^T.lVTLV «Ml.
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A. Noltner to the Neici denies theso from the way they come ia loaded wKP“Giv5 us Iç^*”,,rectfr°î» Portland
Corner Jefferscm awd Third SU.,
rnmor%and adds that both, mother
TOBACCO, SEGARS, NUTS,
and child are in goodrhealth.
sardines, Oysters, ' gWNHE UNDERSIGNED TREES pfeM
One young man, and by the way
A ble to be O ut .—?
j he is not a very good hunter either,
I JL ure in announcing to the travellingitab-
bree, who had the 1 misfortune to get ■ Jni°4
lic that in connection with his Feed and I Jv-
1____3 __ _ did?ntget anw
□rney>f at Law, And in I ^act
his foot severely crushed
t ever'^'in^ tllat
found ery business he is running a DAILY
in r a 11 rat-class
EXPRFS8 to and from St. Joseph. Leaves
eased to say, able labor.
since, is, we are pleasM
Lafayette st l(fcj.i, /-------
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to get about, although
the foot is
j th« car», and returning
lurniug at 12:15 P.
Croquet is reviving.
J. B, MAJORS.
from being well.
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q o o
Hl PREME CO! KT.
" * 1 “ --Cordials, ”
* KAixiir *
C ounty C onvention .- The Dem ycara ngo stationed at Cape Dis-
» and “Bitters I , of ;t4]ie day. Golden
ocratic County Convention for this appointment, writing to a friend Medical Discovery^S n4tritkiuK, tonic,
county, will be helcf oh Monday, the in Astoria, says: ’-‘To give you an alterative,
~u-'— — or
1 I A toVtoX « * >M I 1
27th inst., and the primaries on the idea of the beauties, attractions,
’ufgative FufiotU, <carooly larger
24th inst. This will be the most im etc., of this country as compared than- mustanl 8(|0_,.______ _ _____
sdeds,’ oonstitutc an
portant Convention ever held in this
agreeable and) rel^ibla physic; Favor
county. A full county ticket will be with Oregon, I would simply say ite Pcrscription--it’remedy
' nominated to be kerfed on the first day that I would rather be hung in i tated femalQ8; while his
Dr. Sage’á ^
your State than die a natural death Catarrh Retiidfly is known the world
of June next ■
ovor as the ¡greatest Specific for Ca
T he G rangers .—On Saturday it
* tarrh And “Cold in the E(ead” ever
The Grange at Dallas has al
was our good fortune to bo invited to
given to the public. .
partake of the Harvest Feast given ‘ ready a large membership and
by the Grange at this place. An ex-' they are rapidly increasing1,
cellent collation was spread for all to
partake of. This order puna most’ balemites are attending a scr-
prosperous condition, and undonbt-
of lectures on temperance,
! A sign, and it’s a good sign, too,—
F alse R umor .—We have noticed the one Dr.
Dr Littlefield has over his
in some of our exchanges that Mrs. drugstore.
M ßoois, .> ßoois!
g U w & OLDS’
NEW GOODS I
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P. P. Prié, Chief J indice.... Jacksonville
A. J. Thayer • a
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And is the hahilsomert Window Blind in use. B. F. Bonham..,
W- W. Upton.,.. • • • • 4, t ...... Portland
satisfaction to all whotry L. JM McArthur
. It gj
it, ami 1 only ask you to enquire of any one
n-ed tlicm, to convince you that thè
I. JI D1CIAL KISTTJCiR.
i_ Tkii— « them,
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Wooden Blind is the verv best that yon can
First District: Jackson, , and Josephine.
JOHN R. LAKE.
2d District: Benton,'Coon B, Ciqry, Douglas
and Lane. 3d District:i Linn, Marron,
Polk, Tillamook and YnmHj >11. 4th Districi:
Clackamas, I Columbia,
Washington. .5tli Dhurict*
‘ , Grant, Umatil*
lu the Circuit Court of tlic State of Ort- la, Union and Wasco.
gon, for tlie county of Yamhill,
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H. M. Beall.plaintiff, vb . Wjn. 8. Torrance,
TERMS OF CIRCU IT COCKTR.
and M. J. Torrance, defendants.
Frat District—In tlie county of Josephine,
To Win. S. Torrance end M. J. Torrance, on the fourth Monday in October; Jackson
second Monday in Febinary,.June and No
N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF vember.
Oregon, you are hereby required to ap-
imaranil answer the complaint tiled ngnipst in October, and seconed Monday
yon in tlie above entitled suit by tlic sec
ond Monday of April, A. D. 1874, that I whig Coos, fourth Monday in May, and second
the 11'rst, any oi the next term ofjmid Monday in September : (Ynrry, tiist, Monday-
court, nnd if you fail so to answer plain- in June; Itone, third Monday in April, and
tiff will take a decree against you foreclos and first Monday in N’eveniber ; Benton,sec
ing a mortgage given by you to him, No ond Monday in April, add third Monday in
vember 17tli, 1874, upon .the tracts of land November.
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in Yamhill county, state of Oregon, which
Third District—Linn, fourth Mondar in
are described iw follows:
The W. M of N. W. W of Section 2, town March, and, second Monday *m October;
ship « S. R. 5. W. and K, % of N. E. M of sec Marion, second Monday in MaicM Junejind
tion ojie, T. 2, S. K. 5, W.: also the W. M of November; Folk, second
JRmd»y, fn M m ,
S. W. M of section 11, T.2.8. R. 5 W. and the and fourth.Monday in NovémwEs.
|^x>f 8. K. k of section 12, T.2 8, R.5 W14 second Monday in April, add fourth Monda ,
cwtatning 320 acres, for the purixise of se inOctobe»; Tillamook, seioìid Monday in
curing the. payment of A>00 00 in U*. 8. gold July.
coin and irrtcrest, and directing tlie sale of
said lands as upon execution and that the
proceeds lie npplfcd to ]<iy plaintiff the day in April and Septe'nilier ; Multoman,
sum of <52.5 in United States gold coin and second Monday in Fobniary, Jqnc and; Oc
interest on <500 of said sum since Novem tober ; Columbia, second Monday in April ;
ber J7th 187*2 at one jmt cent a Clatsop, second Monday m Aiiguwt, and
month and costs and disbnrsmcnts, fourth Tuesday in January: Washington,
and will take n judgment against von for fourth Monday in Mav, and tirst Monday in
said sum of mcney and costs and disburs- October.
An or«ler directing-publication of this
summons was nuvle liy the above entitled June, and second Monday in November;
court Oct01 >er *27th, 18TX
Grant, first Monday in June, and third Mon-
E. D. SHATTUCK, A B. KILLIN',
day in September ; Baker, third Monday in
Attorneys for, Plaint iff. May and first Monday in October; Union,
Igifayettc Feb. u, is74.
first Mondar in May, and third Monday In
October;, Umatilla, last Monday in April,
and fourth Monday irrOctober .
More Durable *
Which is made,of Spruce Wood, andls ni
Lighter, Cheaper, More Cleanly,
W. R. M illia, ' Register..
B. Herman.* Receiver.. .1
Heftrv Warren, -Receiver.
J. H.’ Stephen»; Register, • •
D. Chaplin, Receiver....
PATENT tV 1 N D O W BLITp,
Don’t forget to look at the
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A London pispatch of the 27tli says: Effg4, V dozen. > • * • • »'A • • •
In the University: ra<
;s took Chce-e, Oregon »rime,
('a 1 immiti.*i a . ..i.,.... £ .f
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WiKH., tllüHà, ETC.
ing ahead from tW s
Wooi, -p n> ..
ing of both boats w^s occaifionaHy llidea, dry, riich
Near Çhbswiék Church the
Oxfords succeotfedi in getting i qiuir-
» i 1
ter pf a length ulìeud^
but soo j i drop^
pc -d li behind agiiiW. Botji Crew Is. were
. I. C. It. C. E ncampments .—Rev.
exhausted, , ujid the- Oxfords
I mi i^h
Doug*.ill assisted by Rev. R.
Mr. G. AV. Mace, of Jackson
s dino to-
wei } distressed. ; Th(|j
G. II lun orgnr.iicd Juanita Encamp- county; lias gone to California af
get ler this evening
tuent at this place with 23 charter ter a herd of Anejora goat^
The reported escape of R^òhefort
. 30th* . Th * follow
üfcwfcJalo ionia is
ing officer* were installed: J. T. Hem selected from tlie best flocks in and Groussett fr<|m
bree, E. C.; E. D. Start, E. Counselor J that State.
G. P. Dorriss, C. II.*, [J. J. Hembrde,
8.; Doeia Price, T,; IE. D. Largi :e. 8.
A gold-bearing quartz ledge bus IK with Serrano.
ani Bouilierc rtnd six^othors, Siad ar-
C.;/S. M. Bradshaw, J. C. The i time lately -been discovered in Jackson and
• A " • New
? .* * Òitótcr^w
of meeting is Motwlay evenings.
At AleXIinnvillc, McDougall or- county near Jewett’s ledge, on sbiro,
It is wife-murdbri^r,
g’.cnituxV Unity Encampment, April Rogue river, by W. A. Johnson. mitte« on TitTiforie| ’ will rejunt in
1st. with 28 charter member», with i
This mine is undoubtedly rich in favor of admitting Xbw"Mexico as a
t he following officers: T. B. Handlev,
State. Delegate Ellens is very San
■llor; G. the precious metal.
E. C.;. L. L. Bail y, E. Counsell
guine of the pasimge^f the * enabling
W. Jones, Ch II.; C. J. Handley 8.;
Mr. Ladd, of Grande Ronde act bv this seesibn. t.
K. C. Dallas T.; G. W. 8ny<ler, S’. C.;
B. H. Spencvr, J. C.
has sent a banter to Mr.
A'London dispatch says the steam'*
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E xhibition at D ayton .—On last Pinkliuui that he will run the Ross ship Nile was lost oilier voyage from
Friday evening it wa!s our pleasure to marc "Trifle," against ‘‘Emma Me I ! Hongkong to ¡Ybkolubua. Abchiit' 80
attend the exhibition at Dayton, and Cormick;'for $1,000. The .ban passengers w0rj di>Miicd.
were much pleased with the cxercis»-*s, ter will be accepted.
although the pieces were not of thp
Heavy fall iof
nt * San Francisco
• . host selection and almost too many of
A colored individual named Al-
n a & Ho xi '.ft
them. Among those who deserve es-
on* the zuontipg
morn ip g of t&e 20th.
licrt Johnson, and a white crea oir
Sclal notice ^vere Miss AldermWn,
The -A Scimt
of California passed
iss Wai son, Miss Howard (and a ture named Barnhart.,.had a com
. « bill'
abo^shtiig the City
few others whose niiuies we did not bat over a dusky daughter of the
learn), they displayed considerable
AXf« AA iW
ltt <AAiOpiVU, * jjioviding for the
talent and were 1 veil up in their
I isstfeof f7qO,tOO to^ bvar present con
parts, considering the little practice melee the latter was battered up
tracts, and leaving ¿|he work of 00m-
they had. ’£hs hoiji se
* all iijjtlie hands of tho
I pleting the |1Í
and all soemi'd wel pleased (espcci-
ally those that were comfortably
Salmon have commenced to run Supervisors. ; 'Jheyijare to fake itn7
in. the lower Columbia, and the mediate possession oi ' thé building and
U nique E ntertainment .
U. 8. Senator*
f • . James K. Kelley
4 »< i*-’* ..... J. H. MitchoU
Congressman . « ISM • • •« « tt..« Joe. L, Wflaek
AN!) DIFFKBEXT MINUS OF
.50*’. • >
2 @ 2|
U. S. District Judge • *
M. Pto Dee#
U. 8< Marshal..
j All maunfhettired in this city.
> a a « .Tho’s G. Youfig
Clerk.U. 8. Court. • • • a • » • .„.ILWcox
The Other dealers will lell you they don’t Surveyor General. ♦
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. W. H. Odel
T. B Odenekl
can’t buy them.
1?. 8. Assesfior...
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U. S. Collector..
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rieaae remember that 1 also have a
Geo. W. Bailey has been ap-
ointed a Notary Public for Uma-
COOK STOVES J
Hembree, 01 it order.
for $21 30. and endorsed Dorris*
. <& Hembree. \V c hereby caution
COMO KK'SIONAI I..
State Senator................... J. W. Cowls
/ MT. R. Harrison
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Governor ............... k . . .*. .. T-. F. Grover
Secretary of State.. .....8. F. Chadwick
.......... L Eleiachner
Yon can now buy a Stove of thicker plate, Treasurer of State..
and ft any plate fails it can be,replac
ed at a umall expenre. tVe have the
Register of State Landa..
la tlie sole Agent for a’l the 8tov94 manu
.'. .M. M. Ramsey
...R. H. l^imsoft
• < a ..„..♦..R. P. Bird >
.......... J. M. Kelt/
* j Dawson
................ I.... Hulery -
i • at« r.. .C.
> • • • i • • • to ............
¿ H. H» Heir*
■* *■*■*■/*^‘ Dr.
School Sup t...
K«»noi. ; ....
I precepted resolu-
tions in tho Longer HoW of the Aus
Pork; fiesh, lb tt» .... ..
Jesu^s, uiiyl alfl 0^ Veal.
ernment to ex
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ders affiliating ^*i|h them, froiff the
They can be had aLho other place, a*
craabaA ir A i« Á41-*
lt> .- ■h
Imperial.................... • • •
Coffee, Costa Rica,
Stock is still dying in the differ
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,Bac<in. hams F lb,
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ent localities in Baker county. If
At the ballot foi* Scntitor at noon
X I/jsT.-On Vycdnesday last a due the weather would moderate cow
on Chickens, dressed, each....
/bpl on B. Shoninger Organ Co.. lock would coiqe through pretty in the Massach rfts. .Legislature
the 28th, Dawes |recoivcd ) 88 votes;
dozen. ,,.L. .| S. ? ..
* drawn in favor oi l)orriss<t Hem
Hoar, 75; X’urti4 6$ Adam
BIT TTÇR, ElIG.sj JCTC
bree for $80. Also a check on the
The postoffiee at Molalla, Clack-
Farmers Mechanics Savings Bank
till the ,30th. ( I
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♦ of San Francisco, Cal., payable i inas county,has been discontinued.
SAMUEL, is onr duly author
ised Agent at Portland, Oregon.
8 ligar, Ban Francisco refined,
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Apples, green “
TH ' bush.
Pearlies, dried, ^4 It»....
Potatoes, p bush....... .
in hi* oell on t nioniiqg of the 28th. Onions.Jp' ft» . . a ......... .
urging* the con
lem h»’ revered, and sundry merce on the
of a Jhftrbor of fefoge at
■ - _ persons are wondering if a real struction
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Port Orford (OriJgpn).
Gold in Now York to-day, 113 1-2.
¡case ever existed there,
Portland Legal Tender rates,8< buying; j
: ' It is said that the young ladies
Gold bars are quotable at 725(<c750 fine ’of Albany have banded together
Meets at Itofayette, every Saturday even
ing at 7 o'clock.
Members of tlie order in good standing are
invited to attend. '
By order of
4Jr. J. W.
Watts will preach at this place
I he Mcnnd Sunday In every month at 11 a.
ItotfAyefte L>od*-e No. 4», I. <> u O. F.
OREGON - MADE
Flour best, ft sack. (M barrel), i
Buckwheat Flour, ft t>
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7...... Go 10 Lake’* Einigrant Stove and Tin Store,
138 Front street, Portland, and ¡«ee
Bran ft ton.,
the stoves manufactured at tiro
Hay, ft ton,
.. r billed
ton,... < < a
County Jhdge.. • • • •
Sheriff................. • • 4 •
Tieasurer............ • ¥ to 4.
Elder J. M. Stephenson has re- , Arrived'at
signed his position as Eminent terhorn, from Portland (Oregon.)
and agreed not to marry a man
who uses tobacco or whisky ih any
Ttónhill Ocunty Dirtctory.
tex change on San Fran|?iseo, 3-4 of 1
per cent premium.
Liverpool Wheat, Ils lOdff/J'Js Id ; club,
j Commander of the I. C. R. C., of
Blodget, tho v
M. E. Church South.
Albany, and P. II. Raymond elect-1 : cona (Pi. H J, pi^aucu gfl
■ been sentenced to thirty
F. W. D. MAA’S. l’A<TOM.
cd to fill the vacancy.
Appointments for Lafayette and pllamoak
Uirtuiit areas follows:’
Salem was awakened by a lively
First Sabbath. Happy Valley.at I o’clock
Union Telegraph Company,; sups for
runaway last Thûrsday.
McMinnville, 11:30 r. m . !
Second SublMth. Tillamook^
Europe by the advice of liis physi
Third Sabbath. West Chehalem, 1
tinity bcbotkl ijouse, 3 P. v
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Fourth Sabb.itli. x Anii<trong
_______ „ ’ _ n School er conflagration a few days since,
in to F. m
llotise. 11 a . M.. laifavette,
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The case of smallpox near Sa- . before
the HoiistplUonuuittw on Com J,
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