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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1867)
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The following are. our duly authorized
agents to receive and receipt tor SunseHptto^
and advertisements for tho U,
GILT ‘t ilBC
' i bidder,
letho the lowest responsible
b Court House in
y, Oregon in the 6th d^ of
ie contract furnishing for th&j
o approvi ólftak
k<S>‘ps a fipst class Fami»
in lXfayfttßf where can be
att tlft ÄtfpliTartidlts J*3hc.
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V-'-'P rm ' ufol. j j.
Ose Vol., 1H mo, 484 pages with lllustratiqns; . (
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Mr. Perry Darris—Sir | Tb» b
incy Soaps* Soa
pijce, $1 5(j
This work Is designed to furnish the^outh
of the country a c andid and impartivl History
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*. . Muddy.
. ’ North Fork.
. . Wheatland.
. . . Dallas.
. Forest Grove.
. , . Hillsboro.
received from the usaot yeittinv
dy, the Pain Kil^r, induces me
in its praise. . Experience
'ifejion, Pain % the
that for Headache, " Indigestion,
oste tier, [Hooflaad And Drake Bîttér's
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Stomach, or an y other part of the system, scs
vtre Gtrflls, Weariness, t oonrcnon. )O6|te,
Hoarseness, , C holera l . Cholera MorbjuE, Diar-
rheoa, Dysentery, Toothache,- etcs jrH3rB ®
noth in; HETTEr than Tns P ain K idlev . T hate
this hour recover«! from a severe -attack of
the Sick Headache, by using two toaspoon«»|
fr ' ' ■.r-'v’ ‘".J CEGARS, etc., etc.
fulls, taken at thirty minutes interval, in a,
N kw 0oRW»RATTox.-4rtlire Was been « miub gin.« full of hot water. - I am confident?
Company lately formed at McMinnville, that through the blessing ofGod, it saved me
from the cholera during the summer of 1843<’
throng » beat, dlust, loiL thango oil
citizens ar|d business men of the plaee/for diet And constant exposure 'o an in-footed
moS[<hbre, niy system was daily pnediapi
the purpose of bringing waler from the to dysentery attacks, accompanied witb ptw
ich the Pain Killer u as a sovereign ' ram
edy, one tablespoon full curing the worst case
iif‘an I hour, or at most, halfadojy!
beard of many
cases of Dysentery
by its tXsau Put in the teeth it will stop t|ie
toothache. ' Gratitude aipi a desiro for its
general tise, has drwn froan tqc thia upsolicis
ted testimonial in its fa von ?
;, D. T. TAYLOR,- Jpi» Minister
of the Gospel.
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of the Great War
jwst passed, from ja Demociatic standpoint,
The minds of our youth are being poisoned
and mis-educated I by the false’and partial ’■
histories of the Abolitii ijniste, and it is of great
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importance for the welt (fare Of dur country that
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¡ The great importance ot a sound juvenil« liter
the real Dfaunionists/as
‘as they are now proving
themselves,tp be, shall be properly portrayed.
ature has long been felt wttd acknowledged,
A general variety bf the leading propriety
Ireinedies constantly On hand. nT .1
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through which we have
apd as this is the first, attempt to fulrhish it,
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th« Publish iers respectfully solicit the encour -
. ^Sb^ed LyeV ' /
l/-j L-iiU «XjJjj
the public and tha asmstau$t of
lescriptions, an- id lower
nitic press. By professing great
f articles (jevotidh td “freedom,” the Abolition or Re-
Dublican p^rty succeeded in deceiving thou
sands, par|icuiar|y of the young m^p. uf uu^
! • • i.-’ d 4 -Mod Axle Grease.
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Also an ss*>rtmigt of pq A et C u ^ e < y /
i Illi Í ■ ; asortmen^of Tinware.
gnd many useful and .ornamental articles too
country, who, in the first flush of youthful
patriotism,' wo re «educed by its artful phrases
i numeroupito ¡mention.fo Giverne w calbandj
make . a purenuse. j
Lafayette, Jdly 31,1 16-ly.
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¡ntojoihing it. This book will correct their
error, ind jis just such a « work as eMery Dem-
oerkf North or South, ought to place io/the
hands ofhjs children, to give
idea of the late w^ and its ca uses. The style'of
the entire Volume is such as to.be easily uq-
< <ht!s. couglj.-’, etc, wean bioiuacu,gunt:r«i
ity, nu|-svry sure moqtlK, ( canker,( liver copi«»
plaint, dyspepsia or indigestion, cramp
pain in (be stomach, boufcl complaint, paj^t*
tvs’ colic, Asiatic cholera, diarrhmg, dysentery
^H*FLtD EXTERNALLY. CUTeS feloi#, UpUs OIK
old sores, severe burng and scalds, cuts,
bruises and sprginjj, incited joint«, ringwotm
and tetter, broken breasts, irosted feet am)
chilblains, toothache, pain in the face-, uéiltal»
già and rhcuniatisui... It fs a sure remedy for
AULE AND CHILLS AND FEVER.
■Has won for itself a reputation unsurpasseq
in the history of meuicabpreparatali. It is
as well known in the trading ports of India
and China as in New York and Cinpfitti.fami
its continually increasing d ma nd, where i
has been longest known, is otoof ¡1$ ktiÒnges
recommendations. It is not unfrequently saie
of it-—“ (V v-would
soon thiiji of beinj
wiithout Hour in the house as without^¡Uit
Killer.’- Il gives immediate relief in cases o
scald dysentery, or other similar ^ifectfons of
the-bowel«; and .being entirely a vegeta bit
pVeparat’on, it is as safe as it is reliable.
in the business ofl'manufacturing and
age heretofore so ge
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side of the river
(jlerstood b^ a bhild twelve years ok!
amount of five do:
for the lowiprice of$1 50.
^vrie* Horton & Co., 16$, Nassau st N. Y.r
iud get a qopy. « You will be pleased with it
Dayton, Dccembet.l, ,18ß&
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NEW GOOD- 'SI NEW GOODS!!
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IIE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEAS-
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—h increase^ focili
provit ed with
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o. 129 Front S
J Lafayette. ^All th? ordinary branches '
taught at ; jptices ranging from $5 00 to $8 00
e WHst 'Cheer House, Portland,' Or
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of .twetye. weeks.
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The 1 public is refofb^d, to patron^of former
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•’E ’just received, and aré constant schools taught by bftn.; Waving determined
largest - gn<Ü P® •st se- toJcngage!permanently in the business in this
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lected stock of GENERAL MERCHÁÑ
pamd will be spared to make hjs
NDlSh place. no ■■
School one that is worthy of the patronage of
ever brought to
all classes of oar citizens.
Having associated with me in the conduct
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iod, Mr. W. T. C art , «ff ’Strictest
attention will be bestowed upon all
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ren^s desFring their smaller childrne
instructed will find ft to their advan-
ve my Sehool a trial. M. R. CARY,
tb, Febrnary 12th, 1867.
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» And many other articles too numerous! to
mentieo.# : Being fa vçred by having resident
par tn" m; San
incise», and btf ng only
-for C lp,sh,.we are çn.abled to sell goods as
piiKAi’ as . axy not$E ¿Mí TOWN.
Therefore we tfty uht respectfully
public to call sndi examine our st<
a''! tí. t ‘ /ELI
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The Highest CaP‘ ” 1
Second day of April, 1S67,
king, in fact an Illustrated History eft6e War
Enclose the Green Backs and send to Van-
An experience of n0ny years- on this coast
ii rfth^.brfsine!», ennbles bim jto ^seuro patrons
f iat he understands what it requires to make
m his,linfe'in a nn>T)ner(<to stand
through all our varied seasons | lie will take
in exchange for vhis ivork wagOn timber and
tes, Felloes, Tagues/
lumber. He wan
Axles, Act, fot Wl
will allow the mar-f
j Lafayette, July
rphc undersigned Director|of School Dikric‘1
I. No. 2.2, in lamhill County, Oresgon,
will receive sealed PROPosaiis until the J
same time |t is adapted to adult readers, ma«
WAG0NS, H ACfcA
of Produce., , ? 1 ;>
vuu^ii ui. un- of
for the building, erecting and
a School House in and for1 sfcid
the town of Lafayette,of th« following dimen
sions, viz; l'ifty-six b\; Thirty two feet in
size, Two stories high, of 14 and 12 feet each,
respectively. Said School honro to be sot
upbfr Pillars constructed of Rtone, and not less
tbau 12x36 inches in size, to be settled-in the
ground teu indies and to rise af the highest
point, twelve inches above the surface; to be
dispersed uftder the foundation timbers of
¿xd building at distances from eachother oí
■iiot more than six feet from center to center
. . Hars« Said House to be substantially
Framed, weatherboárfled on the out-side, arid
lined and Ceiled within.
A Belfry or Bell Tower to be constructed
on" the same. Bidders to include ip their
props!tious, the painting of said house throu’-
out with three substantial coats of lead and
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n Franeisch-í J1
Our ' Motfo-^*•<
A'.’^ T ,döH
Remember the place, opposite
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i Wo guarantee entire satisfaction, or
sale. Try us an d convince yourselves,
d sayto alj ÌDter.
GALLAND GOODMAN & CO.,
yix&t nn4 tawc
Hardware, Queenswaro and Gia
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lac «cd »rompt att-
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Wg.woqld say to the public' tbi it our assort
will ever be fohha/Gomdl Ite, apd to
comprise everything pec
t this mark-f
et, all pf wbich* will be
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UJ, >nd , ,
heretofore transacted businesaj
. FARGO & CO- , are notified
nterests and business
Ji’AjRGO&CO,, THE PIO«
67 THE HOLLADAY
JL CO., THE UNITED
BSOO.. AND THE AMERF
pO., has taken place, and
Ü p jil• Pi! ft 'biffi i (jj t
II /lit Trftitftri;«» Rutland
Purchase ahd For-
reasonftblei (Coniai is-
’ oil paints. > w <
Bidi of two kiudf will required/« y t
DRS. WHITE & WESTERFIELD
Firstly, the contracto ^r to furnish all and
singular the materials for r the construction of
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said bouse, and secondly, for the performance
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Of the work, dune, the Directors /furnishing
jhe materials on the ground therefor,
DRUGS, (CHEMICALS, PAINTS,
specifictions may be seen
U the store of C. Eekles in Lafayette
¿orwarded to R.
Proposals to be banded or for~r:
_ L. Sirogson,
Zl-.p—i, Clerk of said Board of Directors
Payments to .be made to paid contractor or
gontmetors, in Gold and Silver coin.
Said building to be. completed and finished
Practitioner’s i*af Medici ne,
ready for occupancy and use, within 'four
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months from the date of the lettipg of said
The Directors reserve to themselvefe the
right to rqjett any 1 and
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Said Contractor or contractors,
dtrired to enter into, and execute to said Di
rectors, with good and, sufficient securities,
bonds for the I faithful performance of said cen-
*r terms of the same when
tract according to the
let to bim or them.
Signed, this February 18,1867 •
J ohn B ird ,
H./H. S now .
M&„0ur Tertos are cASHior pay DcHht.
Highest market’ ¿rice allowed for PRODUCE.
LalayetU, December 25* 866. .. y-48
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