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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1867)
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|DWARDS informs all
fVhpm it may concern,” Ope"
Is established in L afay «
[the business of manuiacturu
I keeps a first class F
Lafayette, where oa
I the staple articles io
THE WEEKLY COURIER
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY MORNING,
J. W. JOHN8ON,
, IIACK8, COACHES AND BUGGIES,
rience of many years on this coast
siness, enables him to assure patrons
understands what it requires to make
jobs in his line in a manner to stand
all our varied seasons He will take
nge for his work wagon timber and
Ila wants Spokes, Felloes, To.igurs,
TERMS QF SUBSCRIPTION, (In advance.)
One Copy One Year, ....................... $3 00.
; hie Copy Six Months, .
, ;. . . 2 00.
BafClergymea and Teachers will be Fur*
lushed with tbe C ourier at $2,00 per annum.
and Drake Bitters.
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
One Square, 10 Lines or less, one Inser«
For each subsequent insertion,
. . 1,00.
A liberal deduction will be made on
Quartery, Yearly, and half Yearly Adver
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
O ffice .—Next door t© residence.
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The roads leading to and from this crossing
are in good' repair, and persons from the
south going to Portland, McMinnville, Forest
Grove and Hillsboro, and from the North,,
going to Salem, Dallas, Corvallis, ill; find it
to their acvantaire to patronize thfo Ferry.
T. V. B. EMBREE,
¡PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Amity. Yamhill Cowrty. Oregon.
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jRGARS, eto., etc
THE undersigned would respe itfully an-
Law Cards, $10,00 per
noufice to the travelling publ è, that ht
has, at the Lafayette crossing of th u Yamhill
Map1 Coin Being the basis on which our A LARGE, NEW AND SAFE FERRY BOAT,
rates are tired, Currency will only be taken on which he can cross Teams, Sto< k, Ac.,
at market value.
EXPEDITIOUSLY AND CHEi
ELF. WHITE, H.
Let me count
iiits of ill kinds,
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4 leading proprietà
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t a general
make a pi^rch
tentai articles too
ivp me a call and
O ffice .—Amity Drug Store.
O tttcf .—Tn rhe Drug Store
f this method ot
and others that
ies to Furnish
A. G. PHILIPS, D. D. S.
Dr. CL W. GOU HER
PHYSIC! A N.
icw Pletore Uallep!
O ffice — At -hu residence in Cbehalem
’iiMry, Yamhill Countv. Qgn.
H. CÀTTERL1N i has fitted up
Dallas, Polk County, Oregon.
Particular attention given to collection
not ph , accoonta. liens, mortgages, &C.
November 19, ’67
ADDISOX C. GIBBS.
<?HAS. W. PARRISH
GIB8S & PARRISH,
Ladies, Gentlemen, Children; old a
young, all can be accommodated by preset
ing themselves for that purpose.
Exchanging P hotograms is all the rs
now with young gentlemen and young ladi
Call and get a supply, and W 1 do i
please you I will charge you nothing.
the soldiers who fought, the farmers of tbe
west, and tbe miners of tbe farther west
W. H. CATTE
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS
AT TH® r
■ AT LAW,
O ffice on Alder Street, in Carter's new
" B. F. BONHAÏ^”
Attorney at Law
Will give prompt attention to all
basiaess entrusted to him at the
itol. He will also praaetiee m any <
Courts of this State.
The poor people support me fin idleness.
They pay the money that mikes my in*
... ■ . himself
ly in Lafayette, and invites tl
tionof the trade to I ps stock.
Physicians’ Prescriptions put
all hours, and on short noti<
Ail B. WESTE
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the various Courts of this
C. G. CUHLu
ATTORNEY A COSELOR AT LAW,
AND I SADDLE
M. McEVILY desire, to anooun
HH^that be has opened a Harness a
Saddle «hop at this place, and w
keep on hand and for sale everything in I
They support the army, the navy, the
government-the negroes, tbe bondholders,
and they can have what there i I left and
get rieh if they can.
I am a bondholder
nation protects me.
' oowards who dare n|
chains from tKeir necks—the t
Remember that every
low, has rights and feelii
ions of America are my slaves
tentions, let peace be r
that we oontrol Congress and
than triumph; valpe trii
they shall remain our slaves I
Indeed ! A national debt is i national meansi of peace. >
meek with neglect, let it
blessing—to us sharpers and aristocrat*. pfiYVhen
$ and Qu
arouse you to exertion; instead of allowing
The south may starve—
ittoi mortify youg pride^et aboat lessening
The west may fail—
The states may fall—
those j defects which expose you to aeglee(,
The territories may suffer—
and improve ÆiELj
The well men may work— ’
command attention and respect.
The sick men may want— <
yon desire people to treat you ae A
The orphans may wail—
done on short
conduct yourself as
The widows may we$p—
a gentleman should.
price paid for
The poor nien, the farmers, the
Do, not attempt to fri;
the foresters and miners may pay
by passion^; J
ë in bus tesa I hope to
to your own character tl
continua !e of the patron
Tbe same thing
extended to me.
firmness and persuasion.
Find fault, when you
«id, of the IrMt, wl,., purchase the
private, if possible, aad
amount of fije doljore, . || I be entitled to
offense« rpther than a
ferriage at tny eipeose.
are less incline
8- 0- STILES
practice in the Supreme and Circuit
fV Courte of this State.
La-Fayette, Oct. 15,1867.
Particular attention paid to Probate
.usitiesa and also to the collection of debts,
And forwarding of proceeds.
HE CO-PARTNERSHIP hen
existing under the style of ECKI
BURBANK, is this day dissolved, by t
consent. A. R. BURBANK havin(
chased the interest of C. ECKLES, h
GT Prompt attention paid to Collections.
authorised to collect the debts due ai
pay all liabilities of the late firm.
Thr twineae will be cnnUnaed by
C, ECKLES. k
A. R. BURBANK.
Lafayette. Aug. 26. 1867.
J. W. JOHWSON,
OILS. DYSTUFFS. &C.
New England is cunning ! ?
New England is wealthy !
New England is boss—thè west and
south are victims !
I like it All of us bondholders 1 ike it
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on short notice and in tbe best style of t
v2 d 9 if
1 pay no taxes!
Not a tax!
1 love that Congress—that j
Congress—that , gay, festive, an
ing Congress, it protects inte
tbe clamps on musole!:
It exempts u* bondholders
ation. The tax collector n<
me.—Thank the 'Congress, 1
sotfiebody, I am not called on |o pay taxes.
Let the poor folks, tbe ^orkingmen,
Lafayette, Yamhill County, Oregon. Will in Lafayette in complete stylo, where be
prepared to take
practice in the Supreme, Circuit and all
of the Courts of this State.
Photographs aad Ambrotypes
A TTORNEY-A T-LAW,
the tear* come to
■ in silk, bought with the money
irtent ¡robs me of. My wife is U
children are often hungry—cold,
>wing up In Ignorance-
eGold is deuaocracv—I detest; democracy
but the gold part orti is worth having !
~ ATTORNEY AT LAW,
P. C. SI JLIzIVA^r,
and ninety thousand dollars ’invested in the
rich nians' comfort—United Stetes Bonds
—interest payable in gold, and no taxes to
pay on bonds or interest—
Let me figure the interest - $190,000 00
Interest in gold, equal to 11 er
cent, in greenbacks
120 900 00
Twenty thousand and nine hundred dollar*
the Door men of this country are willing to
paj^he for living with them.|
Ha ! ha ! ba !
But the n|tional debt is
a national blessing.
I like bonds. All of ns New England
patriots like bonds. We have no taxes to
pay on them. . Not a tax. Rather sharp
fighting that was.
Yankees are good at wbitling, good at
The war was a godsend te Ime
quotas and speculated in this
money—lots of it—invested itj bonds—and
1 am rich
I own this elegant house* Ì [’his furniture
was conquered ban» tbe oowa| dly rebels.—
These chairs, books, pictures^ Mirrors—all
this furniture was confiscated i and shipped
to me on the sly.
' Bully for patriotism !
Good morning, bleeding esc
Long live tbe enduring peo|
1 Went to no war—not one
It wks a better game to control
to figure for—to pass ja law'that United
States bonds should be exempt from taxation
and that the interest should belpaid in gold
LL PERSONS indebted to the
.-firm of ECKLES & BURBANK
requested to come forward and settle tl
accounts and notes Whout delhy. 7 1
Wheat will bo received for does at’
or (JooDs paid for W veat .
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they are blamed withou
Dayton, IJicember 1, 18^6.
be more amusing
Kxisistant with the
Brick •J. !
The bondholder has his horses, his carria
ges, his wines, hi« dinners, bis suppers, bis
racers and his bonds, u ■
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1 have my tin tinner pail—my faithful dqg%
and”they tex you, then, kill you at that—.and
r*y tod chest, and my bard palms, dnd tirtd
idhed and improv«