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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1872)
A dispatch to the Herald gives ' ' Thh O’Gonrtn
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this stAtemynt concerning some of on Oregon netted the exemplary
The L‘la mo nd Swindle.
the killed,. (jtc., in the Klamath pair ovér two t ousand' dollars.
Lake Indinjnklifiicnltics :
The same pió» so Is who con trilw- and Jinrnes on be snspecied parties glvtfa aft<teadm
OFFICIAL VOTl OF ORBOON,
ted tty is vast sum
Jhear pathd- to the Ehcecfiti^e* Committee ofiuthe lute
Harpending fining Company will belaid
Brotherton, William Boddv, Wil
before the grahd jmy to-day. Harpending
Boildy. Jr., Richard Boddy, !
The official returns of the vote liam
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i edy that intdanHy »bins the moist excrutiAD
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lives stated that heljw ■ ent
amount during t eir i
to London in 1871, ' ing phins, allays Innamations, and cures
in this State for President are now
jomfort of the where be hearj ’of 4be ilhvss of bis son in Congestions, whether |tengs,_ Stomachy
for the care und com
Bowejri or other glawW^WO'gantry»pqW
Paris and wenf there. In April, 187$; he application m from
and Hohrv Miller. r
orphaned and' dqstitutf
been canvassed by the Secre- include: those killed injl battle
ited States with Fargo;
left for the
ONE TO TWENTY MINUTE8,
ous wails come tip from so many Hill.
< i Trrr nnir TTvirnT or rxrruiTaiing inw
Ruberg tjnd Lmt, none of whom
tayy of the State, in the presence Mrs. Brotherton and son defend«
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Bed-ridden, Intirni, Crippled;
djrcciions. -Thov are willing the were confieut/ü
cooheckil wi|b him*lb
business. At Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with dis«
of the Governor. There is so lit
lipIlC: öhoiild p rovidc for these. New York heH bad a conthilhttfbn With Ì ease rtiav suffer.
the house,, keeping up a regular Càthplic3
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tle difference between tbe votes
\BADWATS BEAD! BEUET
tbsy decided tu return toi San
Barton nod tbpy
fire through port-holes, The Indi-
Will afford Instant Ease.
cast for each elector in the 9evcr.1l anij finally left, and the inmates of
theu et ‘ Ste Louis
nvw Jersey liad Franeieco. Si-wek
Inflani&don of theLidneys»
parties that we only give the vote j (I lc house vfore rescued next
y hcr li rnsband clandest: ely iucaroer-
Inflamation of the Bowels»
then Slack was to lake the NtjWLYork Congestion of tbe Lungs.
ated jn the TrentonL Oj isaue Asy- and
for the several Presidential candi I bv
party to the diamond tMds.; Ralston
7 some Soldiers.
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dates in each county:
r~.. and kuew|whal w^s going on. Fry, Roperta.
i The .Christian Advocate pretends luin j in order that hu
COUMTIXS. «BART. GBKBIÆT. o ' conor .
Denver. t We
brother couldj ^n some way become and Arnold
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Headache, Tooth ache.
to take Janin frith
4riih us us
as expert. Tbe New j T“
party Consisted of Hiytpending.
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Cold Chills, Ague Chills.
28 statements of the
Baker.... 282 ’
the Ready Relief to
Janin. Lent, <
63 O'Goyman. How that paper can She Wants tqllrqte
pein or difficul
it St. Louis for tbe party, ty ex&.-ts will afford ease the
with even (the
Twenty drep* iu a half tumbler of water
Witness was ^prejudiced against «Slack..
sliabby^ist pretense of candor we T Grant, in his mi
in a few piiniites cure CRAMPS, Sour „
diad- Arnold's talk Strengthened it. They weni
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Stomach, Spasm*, Heart-burp, Sick 1/ead^.
tls through Bridger’ s Pans.
Arn Achfj, Diarrhoea, Dvsentery. Colie, Wind
him to tbe fie ds
5 arc at loss to understand, for it ows a belief i en
in the Bowels, and all internal Pains. • '
cannbk be that the rc|)cated c$pos-
expos that) Congr
rvriuru Idjt; said tbe fields wmfe near
Ttaveler* should r I whvs earry a bottle of
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the Domi ioJl>htai»8. When be reached RADWAY’ READY RELIEF with them.—
W H( i., Jilj HlHIh Jir J !T- ' 1 n iT FlL.Fra prevpting Ámcri|cansí in I
drops in water will prevent ricknera
tbe place, a rriri sa. tbe earth serpjed pd - <»r
plains from change of water. It is better
from, ownintìiilavcs !
mored from the surface rock. WiHiess than French brandy or Bitter» as a stimw-
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Jackson .. 522
D|ptvid savI ¡“1 made haste, and bad not been the ground three minutes r
FEVER AND AGUE.
ben he fuhnpl a large diamond^. Two
Ague cured foi; fifty centa.--^
11 f The Bulit 'in is now run ru a delayed not < A keep thy command-
Josephine . 122
men washed aiid two men askor^d the There is,not a lemedhi agent in thia world
will cure Fever and Ague and ail
24 CQtn|)any and is much improved monte»” F(J1 llow bis example.— dirt. Next d:Ly (bey surveyedrthe claim that ¡will
TJnn........... 943 li
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Lane.... . 815
¡ q typographical appearance. rl’hc
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Was Davi 1 “ lonimaîidcd” to to slop work <jn account of tbe cold, and i ____
15 clumsy and bungling sensation
l B WIB P.
7. Fifty cents per bottle. SnM by
Marion .. .1431
Uriah with a
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baifliai*ously i lèlay
19 • f l heads
Mult ... .1831
Ruberg*s statement was to tbesamje effect,
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HEALTH! BEAUTY f
but be said Gen. Dodge offered tb
Strong and Pitre<rich Blood—Increase of
Flesh and weigiilr—Clear Skin and l'-eaut!-
Jh'Tbd Result of the McMinnville
Coinpltxiou secured to all.
ing requested him to rem.rin, and I be final-
ditch suit in Salem was a su tan-
ly consentekl. * »Maurice Dore stir i|ed that
îple’î is not generallyr bitpself
____ took 50.000 ^bares
in D k
of the Corporation
deemed worth following.
, SAR8APARILLIAN RESOLVENT
28 pdr void
Wasco ... 392
^ihe entrrprjáeí^a third interest to each. Has
ict of the Jury.
made the most astonishing curet te
Tbe shares taken were 328.*OOO| Janin Quick, so Rapid arc the Changes the Body
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Wash. ... 530
Tbe Bangqof’l England spine bad 1000, kbiih be offered to .w*ll»$4ht undergoes under the influence ol this truly
wonderful Medicine. 1 hat
Does the Mvocale seriously de
nnd Harpendiflg at $40 per «bare. They Every Day an Increase in Flesh and
ny that Miss! Edith O’Gorman
Weight is Seen and Felt.
...... $4ttOOO. One pessoni
tetes t t.y j|i-ccnt. ' j
name cannot lie
bw obtained made
ina<le a clean
and Professor! Auffrey^arc disre
fever.v drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RE
wca lltl of the Rothschilds is
SOLVENT c<»nvncnica e< ihrough the Blood
Grant’s majority—counting the putable mountebanks? Delis it
Sweat, Uiire and other fluids and juice« of
Hi gbve the Dimes of tbf accom
lowest vote for Grant elector over deny the truth of the well authen kept together byr inter|narrying plices in tbe swindle.
the system the vigor of life, for it lepairs
tbe wastes of the body with new and sound
tbe highest Greeley clecter—4,069. ticated reports concerning the beat
beat) with family x)lati0n$.
material. Scrofula, Syphilis, Consuuiption,
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B lundering ^-
The volume of session acts of 1868
may nearly be said to embrace! a
“comedy of errors.” That occasion
al misspelled words should occur
in newspapers is not surprising;
they all contain from time to time
more or less of them owing to the
habit of hastily and carelessly
reading proofs, but»for a volume of
laws intended to endure and be
read indefinitely to be marred by
flagrant orthographical errors is a
disgrace alike to all engaged in its
publication and production. In
the above mentioned volume
“chattel” is uniformly spelled
“chattle !’* white many other word?
are tortured as if they belonged to
a defunct dialect. ; . ;
, Grant is pretty generally de
nounced for the pardon of Hodge
who stole four hundred and fifty
thousand dollars from the Govern
ment and was only 'sentenced to
the penitentiary for ten years
therefor. He had only served one
seventh of his term. If some poor
fellow had stolen one hundred
dollars to buy bread for his fami
ly he would have bad to serve out
the full term of his sentence. This
is the quality of “justice” which,
leads thousands of thoughtful peo
ple to regard the administration of
our laws as simply a game of
chance. He who steals a large
amount from the government is
thereby enabled to purchase j Im
The Frankfort, Ky., Yeoman is
opposed to the postal telegraph
system, on the ground that it adds
to the patronage enjoyed by the
President. Why not go for the
repeal of our postal laws on the
same ground ?
Granfs majority in Oregon was
above four thousand.
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ingsahd drunken brawls which dis
turbed the harmony
of the i imrnac-
ulatC'pair in Chicago and St.
Louis'? iftl icse things arp true-
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ith such persons as a rcligibus pa
per should recoihmend as exem
plars of morality ? Can the Jld-
voca/«| gainsay the truth of the
stories afloat respecting She disre
putable practices of the too ?
It is pred Cted that Lake Erie,
now the pathway of a mighty com-
rn^dee, will intime dry
V anc w
conte the ho
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b(e propert4and i n lier
nap ed ♦
executor and her
Dress fund being
raided for the bertefit of Greeley’s
Mansard roofs are the great
theme of discussion inj Eastern
and the editor of
c the ) Metropolitan
journals since the Boston fire. It Record gavé $1,500.
is said tliat they but add fuel to the.
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GrantMiote in tl
between. Q^e and v..
range of the capacity of fire:
behind Wilson’S : and this was the
gine$ to throw water.
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with the a.'Sempling of The Legislature,
.~_.j¡ddind all persvna from par-
ticipating 1 ais members
... _ of . tbe said Legisla-
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. returned 1 as mem-
I ♦ thereof by jbe Custom
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Washington. | Dec. 7.
’ —Telegrams and
private advicea^eceivrd here to-day by
Lousiania members of Congress, giving
statements Iron, both sides,;containing
substantiiMly life same information al
ready c on v eye J. Each side denounces
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the other for having assaulted posses ion
of the State in violation of all rights, and
requests that the points of their -respect
ive statements be laid before the Presi
dent. It is stated that the Gof
will not interfefr
arises under <he^ Constitution cti|ling for
federal action/^ 4- i • 1 r 1 ■ 4 . '1 • i *V in
popular t Gdant. i t I >
Grant ran I nd
Philadelphia. t>ec. 7.—Tbe mjrstery .o(.
thé Repul l|can vote of the
Dover,1 DelewarO, bas been explained?
near twei ty thousand.
Professor West jvas not' killed. It now
Il IStanle J the great
turns out that he killed a negro whom
he hired temporarily, and after the man
discoverer,; has been
was dead tbe Pr^fesser out bis hands off,
big rece ptiba irt New
and then burned them—his object bein£
Duke Ajexis threatens to visit to make the authorities beleive that the
America again! The good Lord body was bis, so'that bis wife coi^ld obtain'
the insurance (»f $25,000 on bis wife. He
Id 1852, Gen. Winfield Scott,
who was the Whig candidiate for
President, carried 1 these J four
Sta tes-yMassachusetts, | Vermont,
K. i ' 4 rr.
TT, ’ IL
Tennesse. Gen. Frank
lin Pierce, the Democratic candi
I date, carried alt the jest from
| Dogs and Billy Goats are har
nessed in Pennsylvania to take
thé place of horses, so many are
we’ * « f «w a js
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disabled by “ epozootics.” > jl
The Republicans of Salem were
cleaned out at the late • city ; elec
tion in that place. They barely
succeeded in electing
electing? one man. j
Glanular disease. Ulcers in the throat, ,0011th
Tunrirs, Nodes in ti-u(»lauds aud «thw
parts of the system, K-»rc eyes, Strenuous
DiseliAfge« from theTSr.«, and me word
foniM ot ekiii diseases. FrUpliotis, Fever
Honep. Scald Head, Sing-worm, Salt rheum.
Erysipelas, Acne, Black. S|>ot«, -.Verina ir
the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the Womb,
and all weakening and painful disci)nrgca.
Night sweat«, Loss of Sperm, and all the
.Wastes of the life principle, are within the*
cursive range of this wonder of Modern
Chemistry, and a few days’ use will prove
to iinype:8<m using it t>r eiditr of these
forms of diseu>e it« potent puwer to cure
Not only does the S absapakillian R k »«-
qlv ^ st excel all known remedial agents in
the dire of Chronic, Scrofulous, Co»>titu-
tional and Skip diseases; but it is the only
positive cure ftr
tlli w 1
Ridney & Bladder Cemplalnt«,
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabe
tes, . .ronsy. Stoppage of water, 1 neon tip,- ’
ence of urine, Bright's disease, Albuininu-
ria, and all cases where there are brick dost .
denlosiL«, or the water thick, cloudy, miked
with substances like the, white of an egg, or
threads like white silk, or there i« r morbid-,
dark, billions appearance, and white bone
dukt deposits, and when there is a pricking,
bui'ninig sedsation when passing water, and
pain in the Small of the Back and along tbe
Loins. Price, $1 00.
Worm». —<The ouly known and sure rail*
edy for Tape, Pin, etc.
perfectly, tastdess, elegantly coated with
swtet gum. purge, regulate, purify, cleanse
and strengthen. Rad way's Puls jor the cure
of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver, Bow-
els> Kidneys, Bladder; Nervous Fiseases,
V'jadache, Constipation. Costeveness, Indi
gestion..Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Billons Fe-»
ver, Inflamation of tbe Bowels, Pilee, and j
of the -- Intersil Viscera.
WTT A Derangements
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Warranted to efleet a positive cure. Purelv
Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals
or ¡deleterious drugs.
A few doses of R adway ' s P ills will tree
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the system from all the above named
L Sold by
acknowledges that te killed th’e negro, ders Price,
25 cents per -
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self-defence. West is
but says it was
one letter sta
now in jail.
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Aaron Wood,Eighty years of age, who worth thoi
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’ ^Happy yre families when t
IS the reif
government of parents is
of affection, and the obedience of |||g||
lived alone * in the eastern part of the town
children the submission of love.
of Acton, was fo^ind
fo|m< murdered this morn J^BlZone^Star,
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• 1.(1 1 ing in his houses He was highly esteemed, I j
y ji lunate in Newark^ N. J., has ft nd really poor* and his murders oould R, HARRIS, ... r.
seted in starving 1 imself
The State Board of Equalization to death. He believed it a sin to
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has adjourned till Dec. 17«
conviction, died On Thursday, 7th
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I There is a big “strike” oh the instant, having ^rst reduced him-
fully emaciated c a’
tapis in London. J
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The beauties of carpet-bag rule
are nów being realized in Louisana, • The da^ Ugur
where a conflict between State and ‘^i
■ may degeneraté into
the Indierò is. Tsfke, for example e
Federal ti^ogsjsjmminent. i
e caste oF the elder who was in-
ted tv pray on the day after
i In Frankfort, J^y., says tbe Feojl
battle, and who said;“ O Lord I
man, a well of gas ’ has been I
h a ’ ' : Wwae
struck, It has fine i Huminatin^ ! yesterday^ and I
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New Orleans Dec. 7.—Judge Darrel is-
sued a sWérploa and reetraiuing order to-
191 Guiv . Wariuouth and ¿all other
tie Clerks of tbe Ilbuse and
Senate, the Chief of Police and others,
preventing an^ interference whatever
have got nothing. Two French Canadi
an« are suspected of the murder.
A Pekin (111.) woman was ask-
ed by the pitcher if her inrôband-
Tin rd ? ? “ “ Pftar
bim I !
she replied, why, bless ^ou, he’s
n |im that he nqver goes
the Ipuse on Sunday with-
ng h|s gun along I”’ j r
FIRST CLASS SALOON, ALWAYS
supplied with the vepy nheieeat
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be had in the best markets.
.“‘his saloon is l also
_ provided with a good
mar Illy 1
Some superstitious people in In- i »
ROUOH LUMBER *i
dianapolis e0 out tlie heart of a, IT J ' BOOR'S Lumber Yar4
presumedly mad dog which had bit JI ff
ten a childj boiled it, and gave In!LAFAYETTE at <15 per Thoi M
the broth to=the child as a prevent Cash.
The yard will for the present be in ch;
ive against hydrophobia..
of ISAAC SAMPSON.
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