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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1867)
J. H. Upton,
Fditor. record in connection .with the ‘ late
that there was not a respectable jour
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f: en . B utler .—Wo have
tended cfer since Beast Btlttl er ir-i
Clytrleatup; tyay 8.—The State 1U
ion yesterday was attend
s:q|t' ekclusi ively by colored met}. Y
Mjai s was elected President. Only i
Ti» YoWftg and Middle Aged Men.
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n ! trt AND'THE aqb dbmand of
THE COUL r
Stop that Cough !
It is the undoubted right of this Christendom that would cotne to his de’
'v YOU THAT YOU MAKE THE MQBT OF YOUR
tq J fnan r was
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people to canvass public measles and the fense or offer aught in extenuation of his
nii^mood. May 8.4-If is understood
TIME AND YOUR ENERGIES
merits of publie men."— W ebbt K». I
rom Mr. T homas
numerous villannies. The N. Y. Times
ley’s Royal Balsam in my family this winter,
You can be Successful,
U- S, Marshal and Judge
’ 1867 of March the 80,186?, cóntdins near a fcob ' :
TUESDAY, MAY 14,
There fa no u
Yod tan make ’ Monty,
fl ndiiwo^d havb received an ordhr fi-dm
thing in the shape of Cough Medicine in the
umn editorial devoted to the showing up of tOr'"^
You can rise
Hfl&mi-Ito Berve on General Burton,
shade that I ever saw. My wife was troubled
commanding him to with asthma or smothering spells for years,
lUwii be remembered that Hon. O. this Brute io human shape. J ie ia charged at F irtw
Merchants, Farmers, of
Davis in the Circuit Court on
on I and could get nothing
nothiDg to have any effect
itf the Times with cowardice, mendacity, plan». Jeff». M
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Humasou of Dalles City acted for awhile
SI be ir Dow
til 1 struck tb»4ti»yHl
lbw ¿Royal Balsam. - »1
the i sreorid Monday in May. .
brutality and treachery. It will be bdrnel "ji^odr
(honestly no doybt) with the party claim
is expected to Eave a severe about, well.. -It cured uw of the worst cold I 9t »
ever bad in my life in i one night.
Financiers or Professional Men ►»
in mind that the Times is the leáding rad ;■ '
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ing to be par excellence the Union party.
enga^enrimt w th the Iridian« on the Smo- ever our cbildretfhaVe anything
,ny thing like
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ical paper of the United States. We copy kj .ifOljrpute <
Upon discovering that said party was
the closing paragraph of the article fot the
Cdnsj^erable excitement still prevails;
practicallyland emphatically a tZf^Union
be r without
the age demands. Educate yon
nel ves in
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benefit of those w ’ jo , when any damaging:’
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organization, Mr./H. dissolved his connec
truth is made public through the columns j .Thp (loVernmept is in possession of ev- *
time, and jat the least expense, to o i insure
a From Mrs. M. Scott.
tion therewith, arid at once united his for
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i^eulpatibg high officials, which • Mother had a dreadful bad cold ; the was succees.
of a Democratic journal againstdhe thiev*
tunes with the Democratic party. Now to
f^You can accomplish all this in
so hoarse yon could not understand a word
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and murderers who.shape the destiniesl bf '.re^dc/rs
repd^rs tit doubtful, if SJurraU is ever she would speak« J got a bottle of Dr. Hen THREE MONTH’S TIME.
punish him for hih Tccusance, his former
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ley's Royal Balsam, and in one day and
the Radical party, simply meet the allega^ i.
i braui .
political confederates sought out many in
night it cufed bet. I confess I Hate seen i i, ■
Gon with the clincher—“ It’s a copperhead • t ►
great deal of medicine in my life, but nothing
The Future of this Coast demands it.
... r.. ■ » |w ;! NewGoi'da^-GrÇat Rash.
ventions. - Knowing that his character for ( ; THr Hi ’S ■
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lie/' Following is the paragraph : ■ .
few days, Ecklea & Bur
Your Own InUrekt deHMtadsit.'
probity, honesty aud integrity was unim
“ In the war he ^Butler] hUngone man, who
* ’ opened a i large ad lor a bad cold.
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peachable, and that for talents and good was unarmed, delencek*« and wholly'in hie baok^ave receryed ahd
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Portland, April 7/1856
ditiori|to thàir stock of Dry Goods, etc., ete.
sense he was more than a match for the power, Without a trial or a aemblaats of ewb
i Ho imprisoned and tortorcdL’under fell* pTe- Call sind se^ tlu rm.
From Mr. Pillock.
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•U«omse.,to tbaL, l texts, an army Chaplain for not inventing! ior
We have used soin^ .of Benley’a Royal
in my family and think it is a splen
Inoat cowardly, cbntemptible and despica or asserting when he had it invented for him,
believe we lend off in
did n edicine for children, as Well aa for BUSINESS AND COMMERCE!
4 false statement about a brother officer.—
ble of all expedients, that of sneaking be And he now seeks to infuse into the public, the n|atter.Of (XMfi ii»g the rascally practices
grown persons. For coughs and colds I
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ud freely recommend itjto the poblio.
fore the U. S. Gf a nd Jury and procuring
calumny against the President of the United Ftanijisco« Sinici* r we published our qotjee
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Offers, the best and most successful system
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an indictment against him. And for what ? States. The country will treat it and hiEpWs
np, hip, Albany Democrat, Ama-
From Judge Marquam. ( . Lv u. of Practical Training to qualify young and
For an alleged attempt to bribe the poor both deserve.
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I, have used Hen lev’s Roya| Balsam fora middle aged men for an active, iuccessful
\lch,‘ Democratic Standard and
old, dotard, Hon. J. H. D. 1\ Q. Header-
bad cough, and J find it a spTeridid itoediciite; life.
T he B f . abt D evouring hts own Soikr. other âpa|
ul foruia and Orégon I have recommended it to a great many/
Let young and middle aged meh, artisans
ii ? i ■ kavo|*-e
son I (How the Rev. gentleman’s con I '
clerks, /nen of business and professional
—In the U. S. House uf Representatives,
scoundrelfem of the They all speak very,highly of tbe medioine«
science must have been lacerated and his
men, avail themselves of the opportunities
and I freely reoogimead it to the public.
Mr. Bingham of Ohio having referred to' rogn^ K-NOM’
and hew out fqr
tbemsejvee an hon-
P.A.M akquam .
phelinks harrowed up when he discovered
Butler’s military career in a manner that bretltfen ef the
For sale at all principal Drtig Stores, and
that there was upon earth a human beiog
MEN who can devote three or
excitted the ire of that dignitary (?), But
D icing tl?e recent Pession
at the residence of Dr. Wm. H enley , cor
four months to study— Middle Aged Men
who would presume upon his cheapness to
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of Fifth and Jefferson streets,
ler come- back at him in the following aw Righi» Convfetatipq, in one of Ibe eastern
who desire to better tkeir condition in life,
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the extent of offering him a lot in a coun
Mi and others who desire honorable
fully true style t
try village for his services in behalf of a
M iraculous C urb .—^Dr; Wra. Henley*— tive situations in business, can here enjoy
“I did the beat I could. Because I cddld dems free« tb give
her a eeat, but asked :
advantages not to be fonnd ¡many other in
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measure of magnitude so vast as that of the I vasal
» y iQ^ei of these womeqfe fighters ! *» Dear Sir1 feel it but.a duty to inform you stitution on the coast,
J J ’ ’g (Mr. Bir iP*
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location I of
The course of study can be completed io
ham’s) t»L owvss in the
, war was an
t I M “Yi'Urelieve a woman «bonId have all Royal Balsa in bad on my Wife. She bad ten A.-.
to fourteen weeks time. ’ Tuition for the
was. called up for trial during the late woman? hanged
upon the scaffold, one Mrs. the rj " ;btv of mau 1 ***
toll course,' Mme
time unlimited, $50.
week», which bad ajt-umed a naugeroue fea wishing to become members will be admitted
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term oF the; U. 8. District Court in Purt- Surratt I 1 can sustain the memory of Fort
Fisher, i if be and his aaaociates can sustein
ben etend up and enjoy them like a ture, for whidh mauy physicians have been any week day in the year.. No examinations
land, when a jury of his peers acquitted that,” I
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trying without any material benefit, and all at time of entering/ J.
mam; and vtaud up she di J.
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Mr. Hum astro immediately upon retiring
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The College Gazette^ giving full informa
I. FrjU DoigUes fell out sì a parriage 1 Wjihoyt relief wan get,I feared for the ^oret,
H e !) > id ’ nt S ee the P olnt -An up-!
from the box,
of the Course of Study, an^^Great Sys- .
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^1 ÜFff in her present condition. The cough appear
tern of Practical Training, with much valu
Valley editor mentions as a singular
ed to be Worse hl night, sbé ooold getno'reit
The Oregonian in its characteristic pet the VaU
and interesting reading matter,-is sent
—when Mr. Randall, of thw place, advhed
charge to all who deeiro it, ‘
tifogging style, argues that, since a Demo
me to try your Royal Balsam; all other rem
Addreed all communieationb to >'* •
as an. c Héjpce that he was drufik edies having failed. I concluded to try it, and
crat was foreman of the Grand Juiy before mail of an envelope, regularly addressed
M. K. LAUDENSLAGER,
I purchased two botilei, Strange to say. by
which the Honorable gentleman was in to hiip, and. bearing the post mark of the
ihe time I gave her three spooMÍnl of the
dicted, the proceeding could not have been
i^wiy they wyigh hogs in Vermont is Balsam she got relief, and slept, a thing she
>|lowr : ' Tbeyi first tie tfic hog (aft ter had not done lor ..three nights previous. By
instigated by party malice I The Orego upon peening which, finding it to con I» as f<»|low
HAYWARD, CÜLËMAN & CO
ig him) tonnp end of a rail, balahi ce the time ^he had taken one bottle the cough
nian editor is probably ignorant of the tain narry a scratch, nor-even so much ! an < th? rail l on‘ the frfief, with rock» tied to tl he was checked, its effect was truly miraculous,
IMFORtEKS AND DEALERS IN ; J
fact that, though the Grand Jury were a blan^ slip of paper ! ■1
- othcrlmd, and then : guess bow much ^be 0« tlmcure was effectual; hence, I have no
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roiupdsb, g - ■ p 1 p f J dJTp•’;'[< hesitation infecomo^endingthe Royal Balsam
l S ri letter (?) was intended simply to
composed entirely of Radicals, it would be
Crockery, Lamps* Oils,
r il hi HM
& -1 Lis; 11 ■ ¡I j 11 'flPWR to all who are afflicted and it appears aston
GLASS, CHINA, AND PLATED
quite an easy matter (if they were honest)
^Th| R earo # — It is supposed that the
to the ffistinguished personage addre-K*jd i Hard^imade Woimfri »miller than: men to and I might say. magical effect, is not more
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to procure an indictment against him for
brevity, my boy, ^didn’t you know'is* the enab itteialter I i hft them o^er the gatterw in use. My candid opinion is ; if persons use
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. any ^iveii crime in the catalogue of crimes. < spioe oi complimentary compositions in
it ouoe they never will be without it in the
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Proceedings before a Grand Jury are this age of surpassing great men., 7
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Til ^PEMENTB hm re been so Ireqoent of Inte
Cbimneys, and .Lamp
necessarily ex parte in their nature.
B ully for O regon C ity .—Our friend
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pie ti ere‘d>en^itl* adviwhle to éàtàblfap
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1 C lkaned T hem ; O ut .—In the IowaJ J. R. Ralston has bced elected Mayor of Housi > i * for
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Piano-Forte Htanwfiactures9 »
State Register (Radical) we notice the t e otty of Oregon City. . ¡Mr. Ralston is
J. i R e 3 g WU5 notice » ■ ■
<>4 Neatsfoot and
499 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
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particulars of the Nebraska Legislative a gentleman in the true sense of the teriq.
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; - M er S. C. A dams conducts religious =ier-
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HE attention of Ahe public Bud'the trade
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dead-lock published. It seems the House
37 E kont S treet , P ortland , and, i ;
ibbatb < eaph irionth, at II o’clock a . m .
stood a tie, when a Democratic member sect” _____________
Rosewood Pihno-Fortes, which for volume
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Front, st,, San Franqaqo.;
nc^r will preach in Lafayette and1 purity of tone áre unrivalled by hoy
11 the JI ount ' ains .-
elect, named Rolfe, from Otoe county,
^afjbath of each month
rhonih, at 11
3 —The family
at ll’clbck h therto offered in this market. They con
presented his credentials, and in conse-
of Mr. . Root, late of Marion county, pas- or^8v|
atfi. ' '
5 tain all the modern improvements—French pARM FOR SAYE.— Desiring
grand action, harp pedal, iron frame, over
quence of,the political complexion of the sed through
to remove to New Mexico, T will ieil my
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- t , strung bass, etc.-4and each instromsnt being
town early in the past wCelt
situated on the Salem Road^t^io miles
body was refused admission. The Demo on thqir way with their stock and goodir^
oiiee t©i Stockholders
made, under the personal supervision of Mr.
south of Lafayette,tet a rare bargain . Situ
Db i, Capital Si
f the Nort h I Yamhill J. H. G rovestken , who bas a practical ei- ated on this Farm, are ikcomfortable Dwell
cratic members demanded that Rolfe be at to Tillamook. A considerable emigration
Jl. Mucatioh al
dmpany being all sub- perience of over thirty years in their manu- I ing House, a splendid Barn, and good
once admitted. When this was refused is expepted during the, present season to
tCrilnd, the 8 tocèbolUers «re notified I to faetdre, is fully warranted in evtry particular. Orchard.
by a tie vote and the vote of the Speaker, make biomes in that fertile country*
mriei kt North YajnbiU on Tuesday, Jone
The “Grovestcea Fisu^-rorte ”
By applying, soon," a good Farm can be
II, 1$67. for the ¡ínfphae of eltctiRg Direc
at marvellooGly lew figures, possession
a motion was made by a Democratic member are tolc Mr. Harris intends pushing ’bis
Received th¿‘ highest award of merit at -the
tors for said ConipRtiy. 1
will be give^immediately. Title perfect.
Celebrated World's Fair, r .
to depose the Speaker, on which proposi I road enterprise to an early completion,
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Ryiorder of the Bua rd of Incorporators?
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Njirtfi Yarahi I. Og’i, May 7, Í867. 16-4w Where were exhibited instruments from the
tion that functionary had no right to vote^ Mben it will be comparatively an easy maX’
beat makers of London, Paria, Germany. - Lafayette, March 7,1867, i j
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This motion was carried by one majority, ter to rpach Tillamook by the Mountain
York ; and |alao at the American Institute WJVIWÏ IA»OE’
Over this latter proceeding a general fight road.
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for five successive yean, the Hold and <St7-
was set in motion, the Democrats driving Lh fa I
ver Medals from both of which can be seen I1
ind peñd ñt
at our wgtf-rooms.
Cooi C ompliments -—-The editor of
the Radicals from the Hall, and sending
By thà introduction of improvements we ¡ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.
them in quest of military protection. They
make a still more perfect Piano-Forte, and
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beseiged the Governor and United States
99 appointed a somebody as
cash system, are enabled to offer these in
* Marshal for a number of days, foramili- an oversight
J. M. B , axter
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struments at a price which will preclude all .¡J fe
•■.r-i I. competition^
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enry . W- rS.
tary escort to attend them to the Hall of
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the House of Representatives, and there
than any first c I mss Piano-Forte.
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see to it that the Democrats—equal in nomination
T erms — Net, Cash in current fends.
¡turn TWK1F a WEFK, Carrying the
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with themselves, did uot drive and argues that though ¡the new appointee
a d ! Co m missle H ! .
rs add Baggage ¡i ti taken to and from
them io exile agaiu. The Governor prom- is not capable of dis
x^ing the dutiep of
J. K SAMPSON of tba LAFAT^TTE
above arid interri nidiate Points.
if P ti k U ike., carefully ^nd
, iaed, »nd the Marshal promised,, but the office, be can employ a clerk, and thus
WARE HOUSE, Would eay to ¿|>flinter.
used and delivered.
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■either complied, until 1
ested, tha* be is prepared; with improved
Dl M. j FIELD. 1
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is canvassing Yamhill and otbericou
are heavy losers.
feveral very valuable and jnterestiiig
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■ From the Walla Walk Statesman we j works,
u wit: Tenney’s Military and Naval
learn that D. M. Jesse, formerly of thij History ’ of the War. Fleetwood's I^ife of
has received the Democratic
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nation for President of the Board of Coun-
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ly Commimiooerf of WalU Walla cour
Christ* and Griswold’s Republican
Mr. H- u authorized to transact business for
Governor 1 The Sonata
^opffrmed U tc M
' '■ratio members promised
thatthe Rads, might return to their du pointaient of the lattefTjatried batch
ties, ¡and that they should not be harmed. capabilities.
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Upon this pledge, the Rads, returned and
jtjllf I’D a i
B ea * H im “L otb .’M Ex-Sheriff Henry
Loes OF THE B ark W. B. S cranton — W ftrr p. formerly of this cqunty, ’was rthe
The Birk W. _B. Scranton was wrecked covey t ►eaten by Mr. Ralston for the Mayor-
alty u Oregon City st the lath municipal
off the mouth of the Columbia river lately
held thete._____ _____
nnd both vesvel and cargo became a total
Joss. ¿N» liras lost. Portland merchants ' N ew B ooks —Mr. F. Holmao, of Salem,
rjp^lE undersigned jiironld respectfully
pounce to tiie travelling public, that no
his,it the Lafinyctte crossing of the Yamhill,
NEW* AND SAFB FERRY BOAT,
ort vHrich be can Cross Teams, Btocfc,
........ AND CHEAPLY;
Ttio roads leading tq ahd from this crossing
good repair, and persons from thn
Squtfi going, to^Poltlahd, McMinnville, Forest
Gi ora and •Hillsboro, and' from thrrt North . >
IO, Dall»?, -qw
g$ng to Salem,
find ■— it
van tagei to patronize this Ferry,
inly 31, 1866.
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faciliitiea for the accommodation of farm
er?, Merchants aad other Shippers' with
Principal Office 616 Broadway,
safe, accessible (md convenient STOR
AGE. He will also Purchase pnd: For
REAT improvemenr m Sewiag Ma ward Produce for ,a reasonable Commis
chines. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion sion. Goods anid
and Packages Shipped to
Sewing Machine. It i* th*? rendered noise
care Will receive due and prompt att
less in action. Its motion being all positive, ention.
it is not liable to get of order. It is t he best
Family Machine}! Notice 1« ’©filed to our i- >
_ ayeite, Nov. 23, 1866.
new i and improred Manufacturiog Machine,. I,ah
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for Tailors and Jloot and Shoe Fittere.-Lj
wanted, to whom
bore a liberal discount
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will be given. No Coosigiseate made.
Y my son in Washington county; Kpocket
book containing some valuable^ and also,
2 10 If Empire Sewing Machine Co.
a poeket memorandum.
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The same can be found at my residence in
We have lately purchased an eìtensire
Valley* Yamhili county, and obtain-
addition to our stock of Job Type and other
ed by any person producing the requisite
Miterial, which enables us to execute every
vetrietf of Job lFrinüng al the C ourier proof that he is the owner JOSEF
Office, as neatly, and as cheaply, as the samé
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’8QOds at c,em 1 ÄÄ
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