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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1872)
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now* occur would
all. if meh were
Consisting of General Merchandise
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Business notices in the Local Column?, 25
cents per line, each iusertion.
For legal and transient advertisement* $2.-
AOper square of 12 lines, for the tint inser
tion, and $1.00 per square tor each subsequent
Legal Advertisement* to be Paid for up
on makiay Proof by tAe Publw/ier.
ilizcd a< we are in this respect.
Let dvfry good citizen do his
share, b| precept and example, in
putting Jan effectual quietus upon
a practice which is at once
GOODS, ETC., ETC
sb FOOLISH AND WICKED.
Let |hc man who habitually
carries a concealed weapbn be re
garded land treated as a* coward
iv ruffiati, and let it be understood
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Offi<-e— On Main Street,
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Head and *
Office ia the Court House
COBNKR FRONT AND SALMON
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Thia New and elegant Hotel, with new
IS NOW OPEN FOR THE RECEPTION
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Bathroom for the Accommodation of Guests.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Come and see Me.
•ate of Cosmopolitan Hotel), Proprietor,
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FOR A SHAVE, YOUR haircut in
THE LAT«# $TYLE FOR A GOOD
BATH AN I) YOUR WHISKERS
DYED THE BLACKEST
— go to —
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in all human prob-
ive killed O’Neil,
out of thousands
‘ which, occur so
rdlv to attract
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JOHN R. MAJORS’
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Will hold tliemselves in readiness to an
swer all calls upon them for anything in the
be cured? Laws
i put a. stop to a
brieds such dire
t public Bentimenb
?d|W ’ suitable so
ized country, and
‘ in cities, towns
ire the officers of
Remain daring Court Week
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All work done according to contract er nc
charge willibe made. 'Try us.
E. P. BOWER
T. J. HARRIS
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Harin ig JuRt op«n«d and rrfnrui*hed ano
re fited t the above Hotel, I am now prepared
to accommodate guests in i a inaner equal
the best, and at prices to i 1 suit
' the times.
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1J8O A NEW AND COMPLETE
uery Stable in connection
‘ i with the House,
MUSIC BY THE
LAFAYETTE FLOOR MILLS. I
erty, a man has no
ith pistol or knife
0 about his usual
fbr. twenty years.
• q any of the ma-
lie is scarcely lia4
?d in any grave
,jfor the very fact
f defenseless^ will
t his pushing an
nd legitimate lim-
rsons who are
L. G. SUITER, Proprieto:
MILL FEED, SHORTS. E
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N THE COURTS
and other counties
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Exchanged for wheat on terms ad
to Farmers and Stock Feeders,
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e qnarrliijg, and
inttfes which tdis-
»arties who . have
qputation of being
in Bight.” Duel-
d into the domain
nejbecause of its
ity, but dueling is
cial abuses of the times. ¿Verily,
we think, were they united in the
aim of a single , rational object, the
simplest methoil for the améliora
tion of human condition, they
would turn the world ujisidédOwn.
or better perhaps, “ right side up.’i
The martyr cannot be dishonored
Every lash inflé ted is a tounge o
¡ fame ; every, prison a more illustri
ous abode ; etcry burned book 01
house enlightens the world
I every suppressed or expunged
word reverberates through the
earth from side to side. Hours oi
sanitv and consideration are al
ways arriving to communities, as
to individuals, when .the truth is
seen, and the martyrs are justified.
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The dissolution of Chureh and
State iu Switzerland lias nearly
been accomplished, the Grand
Council having rejected the bill’
for the separation by a majority of
only two votes—thirty-four against
thirty-two. The freedom of the
Church from State connections
cannot be far off when the num
bers are so nearly balanced.
w i th4u t com mi t ti ng su ici de. Was
that &ian in his right mind ?
A Still more singular case was
that |f an old batcheloi’, who, jin
a m orient of weakness, entered in
to a| marriage engagement., . On
coining to what he called his right
mind4 this unfortunate roan resolv
ed t<| escape the consequences of
his illy by committing self-de-
The most extraordinary instanac
strn^ion. Thus resolved, he had of paitence on record in modern
his razor aimed at his jugular vein, times is that of a judge who listen
when word came that his fiance ed for two days while a couple of
wordy lawyers oontendad about
the construction of an act of ¿lie
Legislature, and then ending the.
controversy by quietly remaining,
‘ Gentleman, the law is repeated;**}
A Germaq interviewer says timi
cigars and swallows (o«r dollars
Worth of wine Mod beer every day.
And German interviewers like 6.
W., cannot tell a lie. Over $2,000
a year in cigars and beer.
grievances, the bachelor re-
gd his razor and cut his throat?
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I |is no disgrace not to be able:
to ' ho everything; but 10 unden
takejor pretend to do what* you
are at made for, is not oply sharne^
ful •ut extremely troublesome and
A common informer—Webster’s