Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, December 20, 1872, Image 1

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CHRONIC PARENTAL INCOMPATIBILI-
X every Friday by
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AM'» Well that JEhd*
Ti. XJJPTOlSr.
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
ran che in San Mateo coun
a few hours’ travel from the
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metropolis by railroad, the
farmer q Í‘‘ three hundred
ed some
fine Copy, ¿One Year,
One Çopy> Hi» Month*,
One Copy, Thrive Month*,
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And-so convinced the young man
of itS too, and when he finally told
her fbi secrcet |hc inevitable love-
story, it was supplemented with an
adjuration to u elope.” Conse-
queraly one morning, not much
mor© than a wjeek ago, there were
wou&er, agitation, and alarm over
the Sisapcaranic of •
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Y AS SHE gHOtfa. '
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Conaieting of General M^rchandiae,
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HATS, CAP8,J
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BOOTS. SHOES,
11OCER1ES, j
hardware
Bu^ioeM notice* in the Local Columns, 25
oeaU »er Uifc, each insertion.
For legal and transient ad vertiaements 12.-
40per square of 12 iinaa, for the first m«er-
lloa» and $1.00 par square lor each subsequent
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Legal Advertisements to be Paid for up­
on making Proof by the Publisher.
flS.PerkoHal Adv«. 50 Ct*. »Line. "O
STAPLE ARTICLES,
’ GENTS’ FURNII sillN’l.
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GOODS, ETC
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A. G. PHILIPS, D.D
Street
ILL BEAT LAFAYETTE ON
{Fir«t Monday of each Month
Remain during Court Week.
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W
RAMSEY,
Æütoprieyp' at Law
LAFAYETTF OREGON.
Eslablishedin
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OAce in Ike Court 11 ou?e
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Jiff T i MH H I
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OS HOTEL,
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Hr «nd legant Hotel, with new
tkrougbeui
PORTLAND
HE RECEPTION
JUtb roomfurtip Accommodation of Guest«
FREE COAL H TO THE HOUSE.
Come and see Me.
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Bu siness.
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jJOWERA H arris ,
Whitfhad,just run away with thal
runaway son. Then there was i
DRUGS AND
scemj between the two fathers
CHEMICALS,
ears, o
cachiaving at the other like c
-kJ?ATENT MEI
sixteer
hi turner
1CINESJ
lunaic untill the srathcrincr crowd
WOORS ANU STUFFS,.
kindly
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WINDOW GLUB äfj-
sensti. . It appeared that the son
PERFUMERY,
VARNISHES, I |
wi^b, and rendered due tribute of of tli| old gentleman of San Fran
BRUSHES, OIL:
adml^at^m to her recent importa ciscqfbad been rescued from a head
PAINTS, Elj
Itionÿ ofl certain boarding-school strong, boyish-love foolery by hi«
graces from a seminary at San
Jos® they ; were whollv without
capapify to ,comprehend the
ÍERFUMERY
PATENT ARTICLES,
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FRENCH PATENT MEDICINES,
FUMERY ANli CHEMICALB-
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was
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NATURE,
fail t<? understand
peculiarly sensitive ch aracter
kindred nature might!. It
while this uncommon moral
eps
possessed the absurd
'that the I „
I Mpssrs John A. Bingham, Je.
At. Wilsoii Milo Goodrich, jai
Gharlcs A^ Eldridge,
_ of the Il^u
Jqdiciarv Committee, in Congress,
liar« gone to Leavenworth to yros-
fecute their dnvestigations looking
ito tire impeachment of Judge De-
ilahay. of the United States Dis­
trict Court, who is accused of such
habitual drunkennessjiA to bej in-
*!v ?>capable of trustworthy service.
Delaliays son-in-law, Osborne, is
J© I the Governor-elect of Kansas, and
“e has been - influential -hitherto in
keeping the Judge in his placer.
>f his present foolishness, i
have courted and won
0E-BEG0NE YOUNG PILGRIM
Zímoca
i San Francisco was addec
ÖALLÄS -SALEM
Allspioe
Soda
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DAILY TRIPS.
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FINiyt TRAl'rp OF HER INTELECTUAL
e accori ling to contract or no
made. Try us.
lib P ' i E. P. BOWER,
T. J. HARRIS.
Ulf'AgHIONABLE YOUNG WOMAN,.
Hifse character might give stçad
irt h|tn. upon short acquaintance,
she jjras romantically delighted to
discpver a soul able to sympathize
witOefs.. It may be said in pal­
liation of such seeming fatuity,
WAVES AT ,T„ 4M THB MORNING
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Arriving at Salem at 10'
Returning, tea?«* Salem at One o’clock
Arriving
j at.DaUa* at 4.
JES8K D. LEWIS, Pro.
tw»* -iiiHTelT
BE HAD AT REASONA-
r BALLS or PARTIM».
|ILA8 G. LEWIS. $ ¡
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DR. BCOVlLLE’S Blood and Lver Syrup,
prompt patronage extended to him
by his young mistress was in no
wayj reprehended by the latter’s
parj aw-The old people did
Such was the story /ultimate!
froi n when the
made intelligible to the farmed b
IG PEOPLE ipOK
WALKER’S Vinegar Bitters.
ROSEBAUM 8 Bitters.
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HOWE A STEVEN’8 Family Dyes.
And many other Proprietary Articles.
Besides the above ap<
specialities, we keep a
full asshrtmeut of all the leading Patent
Medicines o» the coasi.
Buvers will find our stock large and well
selected,and prices reasonable.
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A fine picl tore* of Boston is giv-
en by Wcndel| Philips, in one of
his recent lectures < on labor reform:
“ Boston is a city in which every
and everv
tenth person is a l criminal
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seventh a-pauper, Three-quarters
of our farms are mortgaged lor
drinks; two thirds of the pulpits
are filled with drunkards, and* the
bench of justice is nearly vacant
because one-half of the judges have
died drunkards.’’
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DR. AYER’S Cherry Pectoral, Sarea jarilia
Ague Cure, Hair Vigwrator, and ( athar-
DR. JAYNE’S Sanati< ye Pills, Expectorant,
Alternative, Ague ijMixture, Vermifuga^,
eta'Ctc.
DR.dCOWNSLEY'8 Indian Toothache Ano-
MUSIC
gible young scntimcn-
■'solemnized- under all
•u rental benediction.
DIAL
encl :
Feinting
I fckiudning
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Graining
4 -:kOf -• ■' Piper-hangiug,
Gluing, etc.
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The Farmer from San MateoTro-
tested. that neither lie noir his wife
would have thought of '<■ opposing
the match if it had been J f rankly
confided to.-ilhem; and the old pan
Francisco gentleman avowed bimf
self rather pleased than otherwise'
SMITH
Lafayette,
unsolved in readiness to
ipcm titan for anything in
Will h<
■wer «111
1ÍM of
> UNDERSTAND HER FEELINGS;
OREGON
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J. B. SPRENGER,
tae of Cosmopolitan Hotel), Proprietor
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the heroine
confessed
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that she never would have resort­
ed to a clandestine engagement jf
she had not supposed that her fa­
ther and mqthgv could 119! pMSftih’
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WH0LE3AE AND RETAIL DRUI
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4 wt
situation
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amo salmon
OPEN EOI
from Ip piteously unsuccessful seri­
es ofpffopts to obtain a livelihood
in e Sain
>” Francisco, J and was rft last
driyqh to seek agricultural employ­
men 41 Iisimmling or leaving it
started for the
to bd inferred that his original
hoinfg wa^ somewhere in the East­
ern States, fye rather forlorn youth
expressed! himself ready to perform
anv iumbld labor whereby an hon-
est mpjWinance might be earned,
and
commended himself by his
woe-fiegfene nuinucr to the human­
ity bt the fanner that the latter Whicgli had coriie into the city du­
ring jhic night, ■ and had jnst re­
peated his full name and address
to thé ^lightly-astonished railroad­
man |when n highly-respectablc
Is- tms same farmer. An <
looking old gentleman, carpet-bag
from a Connecticut farm
in ha|d, who had given a peculiar,
jer ouyaars ago, and alwi
nervebus attention to his odd lan­
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guage^ suddenly stepped forward
CITY
fromyho nearest passenger ptat-
form find begged to hear his name
againC Upon the compliance of
the bewildered farmer with the re­
quest; the straniger exoiaimed, ex­
citedly. “ Why l you’re the very
need and friend lefesness man for me. I’m here expressly
a man should have
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WALKS
GETHEIL
chide their daughter Cor
for ap-
preferring the plowboy’s
ty <o that of her more ambi-
i masculine admirers. ’ Not-
standing thisr however, the
must needs persist in her con-
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eviction that his daughte
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two sires, equally miserably,
;uded to continue the bunt
be fugitives together as best
imight, and, after a scare
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