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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1875)
Room 21 MoreVjU’ E jo U b W s ;
JULY 30. ■ 1875
X. £. Church South.
Religions services will be lie
M. K. Chnrch South, as follows:
First Sunday Hanpy Valley,........
Third •• West Chehalem,....
Fourth “ Armstrong's Chapel
“ Imfayette........ ...........
[FROM THE PORTLAND DAjdlEJs.)
between die |>o «liticai
X 5* Church.
Religion« «erriew will be held by the
E. Church, as follows:
Fira* 8abbath, Lafayette at 11 a . m ., i
Unity dch<»ol House at 3 p. m .
Secend ‘Jabbath Smiths’ Church at 11
M , We*» Cheh dem 7 p. M.
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill 11 a .
Lafayette 7 P- M.
Fourth Sabbath at McMinnville ll a .
and 7 r. m .
¡NO HOUSEKEEPER*CAN MAKE SWEET
AND WHOLESOME BREAD WITH-
0UT l T>
This well known and long established
YEAST POWDER is uow in great demand.
Sales increasing daily* Now 25 gros< per
day to the fraae. D. CALLAGHAN now
sole manufacturer and proprietor, uses no
drugs—no bone dust; pure white cream of
Tartar, imported direct and ground on the
premises-, being the chief ingredient.
Mails bound South will close at 5
•'clock r. M. each day.
Mails bouud North will close at 6
P. M. each day.
Postofficte will close at 7 P. M. until
Office open from five to six P. M.
J. W. W atts , P. M
J as . M c C ain ,
Always on hand and for sale at lowest
Callaghan's Yeast Powder, jp 1 ]b
cans a superior article.
Ciillaghau's Cream of Tartar, in all
styles of packages.
Callaghan's Pure English Bi-car-
bonate of Soda and Saleratus,
wife of the late Professor
FOR SALE BY ALL GHOtERS,
Cream of Tartar Crystals and Eng.
lish Bi*Carbonate of SodtPin keg».
FOR SALE 1;Y
jD. CALLAGHAN A CO.. Manufacturers,
12! Fr<>n.t Street, ban Francisco.
April 22:3m-lpf s
AT * I LAW
ILL PRACTICE ÌN
ALL OF TH
Oiflce in the Court House
ews.ojf the success these
met with soorf spread
the camp, and , soon the
.it and teamsters
P C. SULLIVAN,
at 3 cents to
ILL hereafter be foun/1 at the south
east corner room of Reed*« Oix-ru
upstairs, Salein^ Oregon.
HAS. A. BALL.
»ALL «fc STOTT,
111 First 8 ^raet. Opposite Occidental Hotel
H, ALFRED KINNEY >IAS RE-
moved h i Office and Residence io the
Nord»west corner of Alder and East Park-
Streets. (douh'e house), where he cau be
found at any time.
FARMS 8 SALE
HAVE-TWO GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
at very reasonable terms—each contain
ing 3‘40 aepe«.
One is situate one m8e and a LaJPborth of
Laiayette.JW wcl improved. Ha> a good
And all kinds of shrub
riety. The oth- r is in t
the Willamette river.
On this plicWlswfy at »Ood timber; about
0 seres cleared.
itber of these farms can be secured at a
hagraiu. Terms easy.
For farther particulars enquire of
or at this ofliee.
>v ashington , J uly zdl— 1 he
government has purchase the
New Orleans 8teamer Placer,
drawing but four feet of watfcrShe
will be properly armed ant man
ned and sent to the Rio Grande to
prevent Mexicans from ciossing
into Texas and running off.jiattle.
It is said one or two other ■ teteam-
ers of a similar efiiractcr ì rill be
purchased and fitted outs ,o act
with the planter in supfi »fessi ng
Mexican depredations. Th
ter has been ordered to '
aving bought the shop
owne^by J. R. Majors, wish
es to inform the public that he is
now prepared to do any and all
kinds of w-ork in his line in the lat
BTEPHB8ON <fc SRAMLY, PROPR’B
<fTE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
W hand all kinds of rough lumber,
which we are selling cheaper than any
Other mill in the county.
Persons who contemplate building will
find it to their advantage to give us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
Boxing........ ........................• •|9 w X,
Teeming,.......s.... ........ 9 “ X
For large bills of lmniter for houses and
barns we will make reductions.
WRIGHT & 8TEPHESON.
wüt v BUDGET
and post paid - THE BEVERLY
-|75 per week, CASH ta gll, gt home or
traveling. Something entirely new. Ad
dress at bnce.
THE BEVERL YCO.,
Louisville comes to the front
with a new feature in the manage
ment of hotel dining rooms. At
the Galt House a hundred negro
waiters, all wearing white spike?
tail coals, run on -oiler skates and
bear delicious viands to the guests
with lightning speed. On Wed
nesday a collision occurred, and a
hail storm of victuals covered the
wearing apparel of the bald head
25 cents '
An American gentleman was
HVE THOROUGHLY over
hauled and repaired my RATH
ROOM, those in need of a good
Can b* accommodated reasonable
match for the championship
world, between Coyle and
•on was hegun. today.J Ex-
in tiains, and steamboats* fill-
riding on top of a coach, in the
Trosfa^ks, in company with two
enthusiastic Scotchmen, who had
never been there before. Passing
a sheet of water one of them ex
claimed to the other, Look, Sandy,
there’s Loch Lommond. and turn-
ing to the American, he said have
ye onv thing like (hot in America?
“Oh yes,” replied he, why we have
lakes there that • von can sail on for
days, without seeing land! . Oghl
grunte 1 the Scotchman as he turn-
to his companion, “he’s a leeing
The timber is