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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (May 21, 1867)
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and fustian because, forsooth, we lately
volunteered a bit of advice, to tl the extont of
¡t is the undoubted right of this conjuring him to abjure his “
‘ nips’” and
people to canvass public measures and the
by way of retort assures Us
us that there is no
merits of publie men."— W ebster .
“ danger ” of him ever 1 falling a. victim to
1867 a the snares of the tempter.” There ire,
TUESDAY, MAY 21,
of course, exceptions to all rules, but be as
The Orogen Central Railroad COmpany.
assured Mac., many men, otherwise staid
The condition of this Company and its
prospects, are briefly these.
and wise, have ° come to this at last" by
As is well
M taking a little whenever they felt like ft
known to the reading men of the State,
the Oregon Central Rkilroad Company and were where they could get it,” just as
you do. Glad to know, Mac., that you
was incorporated in September last, while
can continue to imbibe without the slight
the Legislature was in session. Its Artj*
cles of Incorporation were published in all est risk to your safety from inebriation.-—
the papers of the State at that time, were
read and commented upon in the Legisla
the Incorporators, that the Legislature, in
pursuance of the Act of Congress^ desig
nated the Company then formed, as the
After this was
done, the Incorporators designated one of
their nnmber to prepare and open the
tain regulations, and this paper was also
published in all the Oregon papers, and in
of the Company, opened the Stock Books,
by the Incorporators, was corresponding
with railroad capitalists, had received a
proposition from a responsible railroad man,
posing to put our road through, and was
moving the enterprise as fast as possible,
cause assigned, certain parties at Salem
t get up a new Company, in the name of the
old one, and are now attempting by “bluff”
and other means, to break down the original
stigated by a certain “ bilk” by the name
Sam Clarke of “ School Fund ” and “ Fee
Bilf” notoriety, neither of whom could
ever have secured the confidence of the
There are certain other
gentlemen who have permitted themselves
to be humbugged by these two squirts and
To Young and Middle Aged Men.
THE COUNTRY AND THE AGE DEMAND OF
Stop that Cough!
YOU THAT YOU MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR
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F rom Mr. T homas
We have used Hen
ley’s Royal Balaam in my family this winter.
There is no use in talking. It throws every
thing in the shape of Cough Medicine in tbe
shade that 1 ever saw. My wife was troubled
with asthma or smothering .spells for years,
and oould get nothing to have any effect un
til I etruck this Royal Balram. She is now
about well. It cured me of tbe worst cold I
ever bad in my life in one night. When-
ever our children have anything like a cough,
“ a few
few drops being given on going to bed, that
the last of the cough. I never intend to
be without it in the bouse. a
B« THOMAS, the paper man.
TIME AND YOUR ENERGISE
You can be Successful,
You can make Money,
You can rise to Dislinclion>r
Merchants, Farmers, or Bankerf,
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Bookkeepers Accountants or Clerks
Financiers or Professional Men,
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the prospect of “ unassessable ” stock, and
who have made ase^of other men’s namss,
who will ere long find themselves caught
in a transaction that will rise against them
like Banquo’s ghost, and. like that spectre
new Company movement is the clearest
caso of wrong*and injustice we have ever
seen, and we are surprised that any person
would attempt to “wiggle” around the
will be commenced before Judge Boise
from usurping the old Company’s rights,
and there is no doubt but that an injunc
Col. Kelly, and
tion will be secured.
READ, READ >
of Elliot, from California, seconded?by
this week to enjoin this Salem “ clique
The new movement was in
question without saying so.
when suddenly, and without excuse or
fas escorted by the
use. There was no
the large crowd of
I negroes^andUhe few Mrhitps who were in the
streets, je|- wag
carriage brds guarded by fifty
el. 1 ^he
0|>eof the counsel oft
that if bail Should .be refjpSed,
will direct 14s release until he can be tried.
Two bridijl parties were
eir0 on the samo bout
With ’Jeff« Davis, and ‘ a j Woman died on board
the passage. | « About one hundred
friends viii|e4 Jeff. tbi$ ejamng. The in
fantry wilf incamp peifoainently in the e park,
citi. f •. > 'll |
Loui8viy<s> May 8.—Elijah Hite,
¡in the 3d_district,
3d district, by
an almost hnajtymous Vote oyer a Radical can-
didate, blega(oui his briin Because he said he
could not f d<| " die country any
tobert J. X Walker,
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states that Rv
Amerk i was offered to us
during Polk’s A
Administration foy nothing and
refused. ’ !
Baltimore, May 9.—-E ll^eiident Pierce is
here, jit is supposed he is
the approaching trial of «jeff1. Davi».
now constructing a road in California, pro-
“never down at their bidding.s
Educate yourself practically. Educate your
selves for the times. Educate yourselves as
the age demands. Educate yourselves in
the best manner pcssible, in the shortest
You may well felicitate yourtelf dpon
time, and at the least expense, to insure
From Mrs. M, Scott.
Mother bad a dreadful bad
cold she was
being “ one amongst a thousand.” Per
GT You can accomplish all this in
so hoarse you
r . could
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severe, Mad., in your purpose to triumph
would speak. I got a bottle of Dr. Hen- THREE MONTH’S TIME.
at last, iiope your self-security is well
ley’s Royal Balsam, and 1 in one
one: day and
Read—Reflect—and Act. .
night it cured her. I
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have seen a
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great deal of medicine in my life, but nothing
The Future of this Coast demands it'
to compare with tbe promptness, and I might
. Your Own Interest demands it.
O ld B rownlows _
It is believed
that Gov. ,1 ? ( • ii ’
Richmond, May 13.-|- udge Underwood siiy magical effects of Henley’s Royal Balsam
Brownlowv cannot live ’much’-longer. His complimented Gen.* Bur|on foi
M rs . M. S cots .
1 for bis prompt- for a bad cold.
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present nervous disorder grows more and i
Portland, April 7, 1856.
d relieving him of
¡0 obeying the laws and
more threatening.^— Advocate.
the custody'of Jeff. Davits The Marsl
Any one acquainted with the history of mediately served a bench warrant on
We have cued some of Henley’s Royal
in my family and think it is a splen
the subject of the abov^ item, will not be
nient for treason. O’Conhqr kpoke of the long did medicine.
medicine, for children, as well as for BUSINESS AND COMMERCE!
puzzled to divine the terrible character of •I
—nt Rmd jet^jle Ir* MUI
growu persons. For coughs» and oolds I
was freely recommend it to the publio.
his forebodings when comtemplating the asked tha| he be bailed, ftq o Opposition
offered by* (hia prosecution,: wlfo fixed the b
'uture rewards promised in Iloljjv Writ to bail at ^(jo.OOOL
.ted ‘ that
Offers, the best and most «ucoeesful system
$|00,000. The 4 ‘
Practical Training to qualify young abd
arch fiendsj' hypocrites, vagabonds ( and
si * i Horace
Greeley was the first ‘ I have used Henley
Henley’s Royal Balsam for a middle aged men for am active, successful
and t I find jta
it a splendid medicina.
ft Augustus S:he|,
Mr Jackman bad ri cough, «.-.1
others came forward ainjj the sureties were £ have recommended it to a great many,
Let young and middle aged men, artisans •
It is not; surprising that a r nervous i and
, There was
np o demonstration.— They all speak very highly of the medicine, and clerks, men of business and profeskjona!’
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disorder grows upon him.” A blaspbe- pi
i ood House.
and;I freely recommend it to the public.
Bien, avail themselves of the opportunities
mous wretch, the incarnation of cruelty *1
and hew out for themselves ah hon
and revenge ; the personification i of loath- j H as coaiej to HÀNb-4* T aa Pacific Coast
For sale at all principal Drug Stores, and
YOUNG MEN who can devote three or
residence of Dr. W
Wm. H enley , cor-
some moral deptovity, and the arch defiler
die Aged Men
cwhat careful < examination of its ner of Fifth and Jefferson streets,
who desire to better their condition in life,
of everything sabred or sublime, we should
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contents, tust pronounce if
d a book of rare
For sale by R. L. Simpson, Lafayette. [■ aud others who desire honorable and lucra
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think Browalo^ would approach bis “final
tive situations in business, can here unjoy
foerit Every Sheriff Marsha and Attorney
end” with fear abd trembling.
M iraculous C ure .—Dr. . Wm. Healey— advantages not to be found in any other in
hafo a copy of the
th > work, as well as Dear Sir :4-' f ’ ” ’ ' T’r
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I feel it but a duty to inform you stitution on the coast.
.¡si man on the entire coast* The
The course of srody can be completed in
aud the public what a miraculoos effect your
RARiTY-^csTif—Under tbo general head
to fourteen weeks time. ; Tuftion for the
interes- Royal Balaam bad on my Wife. She had
Partnerland echanic will find it
course, time unlimited, $50. Those*
of “ rarities among “ Copperheads ” and ting and useful book.
been affected with a severe cough for several
weeks, which bad assumedla nangerous fea wishing to become members will be admitted
“ Copperhead editors,” the editor of the
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ture, for which many physicians have been any week day in the year. No examinations
Unionist concludes his somewhat elaborate preface of tbs work, which ’Hl give the read- trying without any material benefit, and all at time of entering,
h The College Gazette, giving full informa
diatribe with the following truly “ rare ” cr a more dunite idea of » plan and con-A the remedies failed to give her any relief.
Without relief was got, I feared for the worst, tion of the Course of Study, and Great Svs-
io her present condition, The cough appear tern of Practical Training, with much valu
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ed to be worse al
at night, she could get no rest able and interesting reading matter, is sent
It is a rare thing
to see . a Copperhead
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in Oregon who lived in this State prior to t]ie I ganlzatien o^the different departments of the —when Mr. Randall, of this place, advised free of chaise to all who desire it.
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oom munications to •
(as all communications
commencement of the slaveholder’s rebellion,
rebellion, Federal Go^eynipent on He Pacific Coast, me to tr^your Royal Balsam ; all other rem
and who did pot prior to his escipre
edies having failed, I concluded to try it, and
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thereof, w i h a variety of use- I purchased two bottles. Strange to say, by
could td: ...
the success of the
fui data of alenerai charetfir^tihe. organiza the time I gave her three spoonsful of the
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Now with alt deference to the genius and tion of the < i|crcnt State s ana TeirjtorieS on Balsam she got relief, and slept, a thing she
had not done for three nights previous. By
officers attached thè
rare ” learning of the editor aforesaid, the Pacific C dkst, ar>d the 0mccr8
HAYWARD, COLEMAN & CO
the time she had taken one bottle the cough
was checked. Its effect was truly miraculous,
we must bo permitted to classify the above
as the cure was effectual ; hence, I have no
»PORTERS AND DÉALERS IN
verbatim paragraph with the “ rarities ” various dej^ iments of each ; and a carefully
hesitation in recommending the Royal Balsam Ì
i^it of the rtaoui <Sp3 of the States
in English composition. Read it carefully. pirepai^ed
to all who are afflicted and it appears aston
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and Terrtqril è included1 ini- the plan of the ishing to me that medicine of suthgreat
Short as it is, it contains errors of fact,
and I might say magical effect, is not more
work. In t| department I he
syntax, grammar;—and is a very parody on
the. mineral,] the commercial and the manu> in use. My caddid opinion is ; if persons use »
it once they never will be without is in the
logic. “ Muddy,” don’t describe it. This ficturing int i
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Vancouver, March 1, J867.
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For.sale by R. L. Simpson, Lafayette.
issue of his paper, to the English of the formation, itj eluding an imp
Washington TerritoryDemocratic platform. tion upon thslinineral resources o California,
Abjure those potations, old fel.
tained there! if more comple te and thorough
iprough Piano-Forte Manufactures,
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T he hypercritic, i. e., the man of pon •J in its
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derous “ intelleck,” presiding genius of Part ¿econd embraces a gazi etteer of the coun
HE attention of the public and the trade
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is invited to our New Scale,Seven Octave, 37 F ront S treet , P ortland , and
that model of literary propriety, the Alba ties, cities, i ¡id towns of tf ie Pacific Coast,
414 Front st,, San Francisco.
Rosewood Piano-Fortes, which for volume
t|ie local officers governing he same, with the
ny Democrat; yes, this intellectual mons
and purity of tone are unrivalled by any
address of earn merchant, -i lajnufacturer, and
trosity ! thinks it inadmissible, in a general
hitherto offered in this market. They con
professional irsiding therein. Part thijrd in» tain all the modern improvements—French “l^ARM FOR SAEE.—Desiring
enumeration of persons by their respective
to remove to New Mexico, I wffrsell mjf.
eludes a clam|fied Business Djre I ctorv, con- grand action, harp pedal, iron frame, over
names, and under a caption or context in
situated on the Sa^er
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, ro Road,
strung baes, etc.—and each instrument being
taining the i|me of e£ch jnei£hant,
made under the personal supervision of Mr. south of Lafayette, at a | iare bargain . Situ »
dicating no particular gender, to enroll the
J. H. G royesteen , who has a practical ex ated on this Farm, are comfortable Dwell-
names of males and females I indiscrimi iforpia, Oregfto, Nevada, the Yfemtoijie« of perience of over thirty y0ars in their manu ing House, a splendid Barn, and good,.
facture, is tolly warranted in every particular. Orchard. •
nately. That is, under the general head, Washington J jdaho,
uulu , and
By applying - soon, a ;ood Farm can be
The “Grovesteea Piano-Forte”
“personal,” he would have his readers thè Colony
ritish Colombia, arranged un~ Received, the highest award of merit at the had at marvellously low igares. Possession
celebrated World's Fair,
It was not in accordance with fter the beaef pf the business or profession in
will be given immediate r.. Title perfect»
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JAMES THOMASf. m
Where were exhibited instruments from the
the fitness of things, to classify both males
gaged. The number of dif>
Lafayette, March 7, f867,
to in these vurious
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and females, or either. Thou dunce I
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New
the work exc teds forty thous-
York; and also at the American Institute
ajpd. Ap a
deal tabic of contents, and a
Cr ’ ’ and ‘ Sil- 1>ITV LOIM. ir
five successive years, the Gold
E lection in N ew H ampshire
full and con hte index, uro added, which ver Medals from both of which
can be seen
vyill exhibit f a glance the variety and char
G ri S at GAIN8 for the D emocr À cì .-
at our ware-rooms.
acter of the Objects referred to in the work,
By the introduction of improvements we
Though the Radicals carried New ,Hamp> and greatly f^iliate réference thereto
make a still more perfeot Piano-Forte, and
shire, as every one supposed they would,-
W ill be a nteresting B ook .—The j’lady by manufacturing largely, with a strictly
eeto every Saturday evenining at Unii
they are nevertheless made to behold im
cash system, are enabled .to offer these in
as the injured party in the struments at a price which will preolude all
mense gains te the Democracy, with cor
J. M. B axter , W. C. T.
late breech ofOpromise tragedy
responding losses to themselves.
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Our prices are from $100 to $200 cheaper G. A. H enry , W. S
Neglee.s n|n^ was involve^, in San Fran
The Radical majority on Governor is now
than any first-class Piano-Forte.
3,000; last year it was 4.G56; in 1865, the cisco, has ^etermined to have the epistolary
T erms — Net Cash in current funds.
aggregate Republican majority on Congress correspondence between herself and the nn-
Descriptive Circulars sent free.
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men was 6,484. This year, the Congressmen
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nt f « s 1
in ' the
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have, together, about 3,200 majority.
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The young tnen who are arriving at ma-, book. This will doubtless make an interes-
.'K. SAMPSON of the LAFAÌETTfc
turlty, and becoming voters, are against the ting volume, ; It is to be printed undcY the
WARE HOUSE, would say to all inter,
auspices of M; [• Jack. Stratman
ested, that he is prepared with improved
i>i -’I I 1 I >4LI M H', dp
facilities for the accommodation of Farm i
A Wowderfil Dairy».
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Principal Office 616 . Broadway,'
ers, Merchants and other Shippers, wit7
J . Quinti; Thwrnton, of Oregon, advey-
safe, accessible and convenient STOP
tises i in a Portland paper as follows
REAT improvement jin Sewing Ma AGE. He will ateo Purohase and For
I have for sale, at my farm iuf Benton •Harmony, Im •I is a town quite as large as
chines. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion ward Produoe for a reasonable Commit
und red flne- 8|lem. T|ie? e is not a Chnrch
county, fourteen horses, one hundred
rendered noise- sion. Goods and Packages Shipped t,c>
ih in the Sewing Machine, L It is . thus
wooled sheep, two bulls, and twenty-seven
____ will receive d ]U)Q and prompt
less in notion. Its motion being all positive, my care
r was there ever tone there
first-rate cows, all gentle and good milk-
it is not liable to get of order. It is the best ention.
There nevefr « as a doggery in the place, Family Maehine! Notice lis called to our
J. K. SAMPSON^
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pew and improved Manufacturing Machine, Lafajette, N ot . 23,1866.
That is the most wonderful milking jind as for ¡a j
Tailors and Boot And Shoe Fitters.—
stock we ever heard of.- We should like
Agents wanted, to whom a liberal discount
to know hotf Judge Thornton goes about
will be given. No ConeigmenCs made.
PLEASE GIVB HESD.
milking those horses, bulls and fiinewuol- tion in anÿ |
2 10 ly Empire Sewing Machine Co.
ed sheep.—Dramatic Chronicle.
FTER this date I Shall sell groceries 41
There never |
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confectioneries only for the cash' 1
being meagre, 1 Cannot keep up aD?
Two men^ have gone to law about one
addition to oner stock of Job Type and other do otherwise.
it is quite
woman in Davenport. They both claim
Material, which enables us to execute every
Parties indebted to me will save themselves
J udge can
c ’t tell which baa the___ scandai» is herí
and the Judge
mortgage. The i woman ii sublimely indjfier-
Now on whit
tv. My outstanding ■ accounts . must
Office, as neatly, and as
aply, as the same ate
ent,and says she don' toare
be dona anywhere.
RL. 80 IPSON.
has, so she has one.
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:o. ~>-.i paid.
of tkif js bee|p
got ready to canvass for stock as directed
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS >
Stock Books of the Company, under cer
State to pay interest on one million dollars
Land Grant of over twelve thousand acres
per mile of road, and also pledged the
some ofthe California papers.
one entiiled to reoeive the benefits of the
of the Company’s Bonds.
ture, and so satisfactory were they, and
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son of the Unionist betrays i a little froth
J« H« Upton,
I mmaculate M ac .—¡- w : A. McPhar-
other of the leading lawyers of the State,
have said there was no doubt but that an
injunction will lie to stop the usurpers.—
In the meantime, the people of this side
of the river have resolved to sustain the
old Company, with the necessary material
aid to secure justice and fair-play, and the
day is not far distant when certain promi
nent officiate, who have been used as a
M cat’s paw ” in this matter, will find their
goose effectually cooked.
The Agent of the old Company, the
Grovesteen & Co.
lawful and proper organization,, is now
holding meetings on this side of the river,
and will explain the plan of operations
which has been adopted at the public
meetings at this place and McMinnville.
Se far as we carr learn, every man in Polk
and Yamhill, to whom it has been stated,
heartily endorsed it, and
Agent “ good speed.”
We hope our eiti-
zens will promptly take hold of the matter,
and render all the aid possible. The Uh-
iojdst B&ya it is satisfied that Eastern capi
talists will invest in the road.
have seen evidence enough to satisfy us on
that point. While speaking of the Uh
jonist, this side of the river would like t<
know if that paper is going to favor the
The milk and
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water tone of its late article seems to
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squint that way.
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Go to R. L. Simpson’s Family Groh
Store for nioe oanned Fruits.