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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1866)
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THE TRUE DEMOCRATS.
Noble patriots, bravely daring,
Loyal ruffians rage defy ;Ar *
Every toil and peril sharing
' In persuit of Liberty. |
Has constantly on band a good Stock of
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
Gents’ and Boys Clothing,
God ! let every tyrant perish,
Every foe to Liberty.
of the best and latest styles.
S ue is N othing —A talented Af-
'*x'-*-“iTead of the boot black persuasion,
"While dancing Iike~St. Vitus over a
> customer’s boots the other day, observ
ed a neighbor poring wisely over a
him thus :
• “Julius, what de debbil you Jookin
at that paper for.? You can’t reld.”
“ Go ’ way fellah,” replipd tbd other,
indignantly. “ Guess I can reacj, I’se
big ’ nuff for dat.”
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“ Big'nuff ?” retorted the first one,
Scornfully. “ Dat a’nt nuffin. A cow's
big ’ nuff to cotch a mice but she can’t
has purchased the entire stock of
CONCORD, STAGE and TEAM
• in large variety.' He would call specie
attention to his large stock of
Single and Double,
Standard and Miscellaneous Books
Fancy and Plain.
Comprising an assortment of Bibles, Tes.
taments, and sacred Hymn Books; The of all description.
Bible Reason Why; Works of Josephus ;
Sabbath-day Religious Tales; Life . of
Christ and Apostles; Christian Legacy
"States- Seven Hundred
lie also, keeps* on nanit u complete
• dlocK ui all description ot
Advice to Young Men; Dr.
witu or without Hoops. .
bpurt>, huichcL, Leggings, Ac.
Taylor’s Pictorial History of the United
Robinson. Legerdemain, Every Man his
Works" on the structure and
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triue at bargains.
diseases of Horses. Downing’s American
furnishing goods ,
of the Presidents, and many of the Gener-
tl *^-Th,e'hiKhc8t Market price paid Ink
tildes and produce.
S. B. KNIGHT.
R. KNIGHTUNVITES THE AT
tention of those who patronize such
places, to his
WHITE 4 WESTERFIELD, noltf
A fine assortment ot
•Drugs. Medicines, Liniments of all kinds,
I Pain Killer, Eye Water, Cough Drops,
I, Pattent Medicines of all kindsHostet
ters Bitters. Plantation Bitters,
Jujy-Thc very best quality of*^M
Where may be found Cigars, Oysters,
Sardines, Crackers, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.
WINES & BRANDIeS
Still Stands !
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ES-
* tablished himself permanently in
Lafayette, begs leave to sky to the public,
that he is prepared to do evvry-kind and
purposes. I also Imre a well selecled stock
H arris is also there with the best stock of of Paints and Oils, Window biaas, Putty,
Wines, Liquors, Cigars, Oysters, Sardines, Varnishes, etc., etc. etc., etc., etc.,
on short notice, and in a style of WORK
MAV'iHiP that will insure satisfaction
Cracsers, Nuts, Candies, 4c., 4c., ever
Phyricia^e Prescriptions prombtly, He is prepared to IRON WAGONS
offered in this Market. He also has the
BUGGIES, 4c., 4c.
EGS LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE choisest quality of Chewing and Smoking and properly compounded.
promptly. I respectfully solicit a share
- M. R. CARY
that he is established .in Dayton, with Tobacco; Candlss, 4c. He is also pro
of the patronage of the public.
ample facilities for the Manufacture of
vided with tables and Cards, where those
l*®~Take notice that my terms are
in quest of fun may amuse themselves at
CASH, but customers of approved
their leisure. He will be happy to wait
credit are given when they desire itr
high, rather heavy built, and shows
on bis old Customers and as many new
or ALL CLASSES AND STYLES.
much the Indian blood; in him.—Sal
•sixty days, only. This system I am
one« as choose to favor him with a call.
NTIL further notice, this Steamer compelled to adopt, as my stock cost»
The W rong P lace .—A passenger His work is warranted to give satisfaction.
-'swearing terribly in the cars on the
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
> STEPHEN ÈEAN
Boston and Providence railway, was
morning, connecting nt Canemah with
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more seal than discretion, who said to
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----- ahruptly: “ My dear sir, do you
SIMON BODYFELT Has Opened bis For Freight and passage, apply onboard.
know where von are going ? You are is saved by wearing Custom Made work.
NEW- and" well
honography T aught by L etter .
Lafayette, Feo.’27, J.I). MILLER, '
Try itaqd beeonvinced.
going straight to heill”“Just my
, JAMES BAKER.
d—d luck 1” replied the man, looking
’ for the sum of ten Dollars, to any person
R. CART, Dealer to Dry~G^d7 deriring to acaujre toe art Of short hand
the ipiuister in the face with an alarm
On MAIN Street, one Door west of M. R.
ed air, and suddenly fombling for bis I T T. HEMBREE. Dealer in Dry Good CARY’S Store, where he is prepared to 31 • Clothing, Groceries, Drugs, Paints reporting, Enclose |5,00 and and «Mress,
check, ° I bought a ticket tor Provi-1 tl • Groceries Hardware, 4c. Soutl Furnish his Customers with such MEATs Hit, Medicines, Books aud Stationery io
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Lafayette, Oregon **-
side Maio Street.
4c, as can be procorcd in the market.
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AVK established themselves perma
nently Tn Lafayette, and incite the In endless variety, together with an ihV __ By promptitude in business I hope to
attention of the trade to their stock. numerable assortment ufuseful, instructive merit,a feir share of the trade in my line.
Repairing done on short notice.
and amusing works not mentioned here.
. fa^Uomc.albng—now is the time
l^Custanrer’r fmnr tire“ opposite
I am going to close out, and no humbug
ot the river, whç purchase the
Physician's Prescriptions put up at
stock-of Nuts, Candies and Confectionery I amount of five dollars, will be entitled
k*n<hL^spices, Pepper, Nutmegs etc, toderiage at my-expense.
all bann, asd on abort notice
Dayton, February 6th, 1866.
40 PER CENT.,
QVEEN8WARE OF ALL KINDS ;
E scaped .—Nelson fiauxhurst, who
was confined in jail in this place for
the murder of Wm. Sanburn, made bis
escape last Friday night. It is evident
that outside assistance must have been
rendered. There was nothing distur
bed ; the doors were locked and the
companion who was in the jail with
him bad no knowledge of his abseneb
until next morning. Ilauxhurst is a
half-breed, about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches
uch ns Stirrups, Bucklesand Rings, which
is able to sell at lower figures * than
als on both sides. Conversation Cards,
such goods can be purchased elsewhere
Fortune Telling Cards, etc., etc.
Practitioner s of Medicine, Surgery, and
______ The Mountaineer says, the people
1 Be sides he can furnish's r~
Canyon City intend to present GeB.
Halleck with a medal, and" suggd6ts
that it be made of leather with this
at all hours. Give him a call and be
“ To Maj. Gen. Halleck, from the satisfied.
Dayton, January 25 th, 1866.
citiwns of Dalles and Canyon Cities,
for the impartial
tial manner in w
’hii ’ he
HE LATE SIGNS OF VOLCANIC
distributed the troops under his i com-
action amounted simply to a ruse to
. mand to protect the Chico rout, and
to teach mankind that she was there—R.
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oULD say to his friends and the
public at large, that he has determ-
of Mr. Deal, in Dayton, Orbgon, where
ned to close out his> entire stock of
may be found at all times a complete stoek
ÛILS, DYSTüFFS, 4c.
S. C. STILES
M. R. CARY
Fruit Book'; Fred. Douglas’Work. Young
Man s-Book of Knowledge, Photographs
J. T. HEMBREE.
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A eponging tippler of the better
sort, who, by force of assurance, had
—come to be regarded as a great . judge
v of wine, was once asked what kind of
__ .wine be liked best. “The 0. P.
wiie,” said be. Thinking he referred
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desired to know what species of wine
that was. “Other people’s .wine/’
said he. '
Sellins’ Off to Close Business.
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At the NORTH YAMHILL MILLS.-
The undersigned would inform the
FARMERS of YAMHILL and adjoin-
ing Counties,- that he is prepared to
> OurS enator has said the South
Should not yet have one word to say;
WOOL Into ROLLS at the Custom
BOOTS and SHOES^
Tha tit), unlike New York, were out,
ary Prices of the Country- Persons
HATS and CAPS, /
wishing Goo<t ROLLS must bring
But still not out like Canada.
'Tistrue, niustgr^vo and sap'nt George,
CLEAN WOOL ; Also one pound of
Grease for evfry Seven pounds of
All thanks to Sumner, Thad, and you,
Eleven States are counted out, _
HARDWARE, Wool, He is also ready as* usual, to
Unnoticed eave when tax falls due.
■ ■ And uow pray ‘tell me, if those States CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, QUEENS
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Are not within.the Union bars,
'.Why don’t you fix the flag to suit
WARE, 4c., 4c.
r E xchange FLOUR for WHEAT, At
And blot from thence eleven stars ?
Sh >rt Notice.
Portland, April 13, 1SG6-
x. y. z.
Trusting to be able to give SATIS.
He would Respectfully
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S carlet F ever R emedy .—We Please call and examine our Stock of golicit a share of Public patronronage.
published a year ago or so, a simple
-North Yainhil], Yamhill County. Ore
? •*_ remedy for scarlet fever, being no oth-
on, Apr. 9, I860. T. §TANDLEY.
. er than the rubbing of the patient
"»''■•'..fince, at different times, received as-
. furit^cefi from-parties whom the notice
led tp make-a trial of it, of the entire
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We will sell
success of the experiment
DR 8. WHITE & WESTERFIELD
are just'ooW sending us testimonials
of the astohiehing-and speedy cures CHEAPER THÀN THE CHEAT
Call Early and Satisfy Yourself!
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TO BINÄTOR WILLIAM OTO
lately wrought by it. W e mention
the matter that others may “ go and
do likewise.”—Baltimore Sun.
AN D GRIsT
the poktla RT) herald ]
The Constitution still they cherish,
Saying every State is free; ’
¡Dry Goods Store WOOL
In their train see truth appearing,
Justice and equality;
Freedom’s ray supremely cheering,
TruebOrn sous of Liberty 1
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