Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, December 20, 1872, Image 2

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The trial of Ik i D>. Miller for
/..j killing
of Clterokee Smith at
the
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:cne City, last
Eugene
last, August, wafc re­
cently concluded in the Lane
County Circuit Court., after! one
of the most hard-fought contests
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that ever transpired in the Courts
Milíer was acquitted
of Oregon. Milter
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FRIDAY,
The citizens of Albany did them­
selves honor by fitly honoring the
memory of the late Hon. N. H.
Cranor.
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cy Wilson, received at the June
election near five hundred more
votes than Grant received in this
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“Well of course you have havo
heard of the ludían war, which
might have l>cen managed quite
differently, to whatJ it was; Su-
pcrintendeht T. B. Oden cal, in
whose
care * these Indians were,
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starved them as they ’ claimed, (and
there i| little doubt but that they
and thus another is added to the
long list of virdibta ¡which estab­
lish the principle that the slaying
of the libertine who has ruined a
household by the seiuction of a
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The True Woman, published at
Baltimore. Maryland, has entered
upon its tliird volume, and, in or-
dcr to augment its circulation, the
publishers offer to club the paper
with the Christian at Work togeth­
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Green for, . the following ex.
triict from a letter reeeived by
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him from a reliable $nd responsi­
ble gentleman residing in South­
ern Oregon,' relating to the late
Indian out break jn ^he Klamath
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?EADYR relief .
RADWAY’S
cuur THE WORST PAINS
In from >ne te Twenty MinatM.
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A Claim from Dongrla«5 Sons.
5.
Robert
and
Washington, Dec.
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Stephen A. Douglas, s< is of the late Sen-
ator Douglas, have prepared and will
send to Congress on Monday, a claim for
$250,000, for the private cottoti and other
. property, taken, used Hand appropriated
in March. 1803. in Missigsipp.i, by a portion
of the Federal army, f
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I> Reid still to Editlhe Tribune.
New York,
È5. — The
new
lors, Dec.
vec. so.
me Tribune
îriuuuc
trustees held a meetii^ on Friday after-
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this advertisement need any
FFEBWITH PAIN.
READY RELIEF IS A CUBE
RAD WAY
¡FOR EVER! PAIN.
B_(^
It Was th«* flrst and is the only J
tly Stop« the most exerntiat-
edy that i
ing pains,
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hether of Lungs, Bbomasb, 4
Congostip
Bowels, or other gland« or organs, by one
appiieaünn in f fror
appiieaUnn
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ONE TO T
TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or
of excnitMtiag tM
Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crhwkd,
noon. Every nvmlier|wa8
r^was present, and Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with dis­
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orwayl the ColfaX
Sincluir brought forwuQl
Colfax prop ­ ease may stiffer, i
BADWATS)
MADT
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r& support of only
osition. It received
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WilL afford Instant Ease.
himself and another,
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Iiiflainatiou of the Lidney«. r-
Ipflamatiuii
of the trustees opposing I it and sustaining Inflajnation of the£Jladder. 1
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JnrtainatiQU
Iteid’s conduct of the |«pêr, and urging r i TlL.. r
^n*kcstion of the Lungs.
n<? ’’¿Structions
that be be retained,
Throat, Difficult Breathing»
ii Sore Thi
öave to continue carrying out the policy Palpitation of the Heart,
Hysterica, Croup, Diptharia.
of Greeley's card. It Is settled that no Catiuirh,
Catparh, Influenaa.
Change will be made i| the policy of the
Headache, Tooth ack«.
Neuralgia,
Rheulnatieni.
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paper.
Ag Chills. '
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Cold Chills, Ague
The application of the Beauty-
Reauiy- Beltor
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to
President.
Nomination« by
the part or parts where the pain or difficul­
Î Washington, Dec.
—The President ty exists will afford ease and comfort.
Twenty drops in a half tumbler of water
sent to the Senate to^ay the following
will in a few miuutes enrp CRAMPS, flour
nominations of Postmasters : K. W.Benf, Stomach,jBpasms, Heart-burn, flick J/ead
Los Angeles, Cal.; IL «.j Waldron, Dalles, Ache, Diafrlioea. Dysentery. Colic, Wind
Oregon ; J. M. Bacon.jQregon City. Ore­ in the Bowels, and all internal Poma.
Ti »velerà should always carry a bottle of
gon l L. II. WakeQeliL Portland, Oregon. RAD WAY’ READY RELIEF with them.—
p.rf
AfeW drops
»ATi in water
‘ will prevent ricknen»
Dick Taylor called on .the President to­ or
is frt)in
paius
from change of water. It
Jt is
« bet
better
day, with a view of obtaining some nfbd> than French brandy or Bitters a* * stimw-
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iicatlon of the executive policy in relation lai it.
FEVER AND AGUE.
to the affairs in Louisiana, but was unable
Fever and Ague cured for fifty cents.—
There
is net a remedial agent in this world
to secure anything-. 1
Fever_and
that will cure Fever
and Ague aad
and all other
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Malarious,
Bilious
Typhoid.
Beeniot.
Yellow
Tweed’s^ C*»e.
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and other •• Fevers (aided by RADWAH'8
RADWAH’S
Now York, Dec. 16|—In the Conr| of PILLSJso,
PJLLS^Piluicki
quicki as RADWAYJS
RADWAY'B BRADY
READY
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Fifty
perbottlè.
Sold by
ty
cents
per
bottlè.
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Druggists.'
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Oyer and Terminer tolpay, after some six
all Druggists.
or eoven motions in th<! Tweed caso bad
remain, for the
been dcuied, Lyman
prosecution, protested: against one moi Strong anil Pure rich Blood—Increase of
Flesh and weight—Clear Skin and Beauti­
ment’s further delay A Assistant District
ful Complexion secured to all.
Attorney, Sullivan caqed up the defend­
ant to plead to the indictment, whereupon
after 1
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wife is in the inpured husband a
justifiblc bomiciqeJ It is as fixed
and certain a decree as though it
were written in the statutes of the were allowanced). The soldiers
insulted their squawq. among them
land.
labor- u the wife of thé notorious Cap tian"
It
seems
that
er with four ChromoB entitled
Jack,” who Bays they brutally in-
ing man, and his wife the posses­
“Carlo in Mischief,” “Good Morn­
suited hfs sqtiaw. I! q this* as it
sor of
womanhood-^a
fair
face
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may, they might havj* e taken the
and
Flowers,”
ing,” “ Sprihg
wnnrip >1 ut if no. hi 1 í ti .
and a dizzy head. It was proven
Indians without ,a war. They
“Summer Flowers,” all for $4.
on the trial, that Sinith had ex­
knew the Indians intended to fight;
changed
hankerchief
signals
with
A case is pending in the Courts
then why did not the soldiers go
her
at
various
times,
and
that
she
of Kentucky 1 involving the ques­
toytheSp camp suffici ently, strong
had
borrowed
of
a
neighbor
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tion whether a United'
States of-
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to force them into submission ?
ficer is amenable uo State law. daughter a code of laws relating They took the opposite course ;
A U. S. Deputy Marshal shot a to that mysterious telegraphy, in went there with an ii ferior force ;
citizen of Kentucky whereupon he order to inform herself more ful­ found it no difficulty to raise a fight
was indicted’ and held to answer ly of their uses and import. Smith in which ten rounds were fired by
by the State authorities. The finally obtained an interview, and
our troops with the efijee t of killidig
HEALTH I BEAUTY T t
that her dishonor
Federal authorities step in how­ it is supposed
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After this fight instead of warn­
The defense 6et up the plea of
can only be tried by the Federal
ing tfie settlers of * iheir danger
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emotional
insanity,
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and
showed
Courts. The principle involved
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they did nothing irj tl at
direction,
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that
Miller
was
gloomy,
morose
Mr.
Graham,
the
prisoner
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called
SÀR8APARÏLLtkN RESOLVENT
is an important one.
mon. I r H Con-
not
even
firing
a
ca
for
the
reading
pf
it,land
the
Court
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Has
made the most astonishing curent so
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and abstracted for several days
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Quick,
so Rapid are the Changes the Body
sequent!/, each ■ ¿ett [er in turn rected the Clerk to refld it. The bill of undergoes!
under the influence of thia truly
In the Kentucky State prison at previous to the killing. That, we poured his. life’s blc
indictment
is
a
printed
volume
of
1,050
wonderful
Mçdiciue, that
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I
think,
was
a
legal
subterftige
un
Frankfort are confined forty-two
time
Ipy, it is thought« Etery Day-An Tncreaae in Flesh auasl
pages
which
will
occi
on liiother
earth;
is Seen and Felt.
two days in reading.; ; A demurrer, was
women, fof crime. One of them necessary in a case of that kind.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
murdering did not step with kill made to the indihtme[| I. on which thej>ros- Every drop of the 8AR8APAR1LL1AN’ RE­
Amencan
juries
will
not
convict
a
who was ’ but lately admitted,
cqminunicaies through the Blood
ing men,- but (boys of ill ages met ecution joined iksue. I Tho
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d'emurrer , was
Sweat,
Urine
¿and other fluids ank juices of
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brought a baby 8 months old which man who seeks in the blood of his a bloody end.
the
system
iùo
vigor of life, for it repairs ■
then overruled and the defendant called
wife
’
seducer
to
blot
out
the
stain
e
;
s
seducer
the
wastes
onthc
body with new and sound
is still in her custody, while anoth­
upon to plead. A pl,a of "Not guilty” material,. Sdrofala,
Syphilis, Consumption,
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honor. The counsel on
was
then
put
in,
and^be
trial
set
down
fop
G]>nuhrdiaeise,
Ulcers
in the throat, mouth
er gave birth to an infant three of his dishor
The following part
|cs
in
Clauds and other
Tumult,
Nodes
the
the first Monday in January.
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months after her incarceration, and both , sides were men of high stand­ fire $t the Fifth Ave
»stem, Sore
eyes, Strenuous
Ëarta of the system,
Bore-eyes,
Btrennou*
•iscbarges
fioiu
the
Ears,
and
the worst
Abolished.
. Wyoming to i
that is still there. Pardon these ing at the bar. Mr. Caples aided which a large nttmbqr of persons
forms of skin diseases. Éruptions, Fevsr
At an interview o| the House Commit­
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’ing-worm, Balt
Salt rheum,
Scald Head, Sing-worm,
rheum.
mothers if nothing else can be done the prosecution, and is said to have were burned to 'deat 1, appear in tee on Territories w^b thé President yes­ Sojrcs.
Erysipelas, ¿^cne, BL ack Spots, Worms ir
the FleslQ Trnnors, Cancers in the. Womb,
to releasq1 these innocents from made a brilliant and masterly ar­ a Ndw York dispatch of
12th: terday. refference w£s made Jo the bill and
all weakening and painful discharges.
Night
swcat-J Loss of Sperm, and all the
noW
belore
them
forgthe
admission
of
Col
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The fire or( ginned,
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such a hell.; On this subject the gument. This is the first trial of
accordirig
wutes
of tlitflife principle, are within the
the kind, we believe, that has oc- to the evidence ) taken before the orado as a State. T.fbe President express­ cufative range of this wonder of Modern
Yeoman says
servants’ ed himself warmly hi favor of the bill. He Chemistry, mid a few day»’ use will prove
Under lhe English law, a pro­ cured ifi Oregon, and its result Firq Marshal, int t
said: the Territory |of Wyoming would to. any pc' S*»i using it for either of these
room
on
the
third'
fl
forpis of disofc-e its potent power to cure
will boa terrible warning to so
spective mother cannot L_
be execut-
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i the lives of those them.)
probably
not,
with
if
ed; and here it has been the prac­ cial beasts of prey like Cherokee the proprietors savs however, that present, have a reqtf [isite population fo fit
r Not only does the
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Unknown.
the
origin
of
the
tire
is
unknown.
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excel
all
known
remedial
agents
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tice for Governors to pardon those Sm i th /— Bulletin,
her for 1 diuitsion 51 [that it was a useless
the cure bf ÇI lironic, Scrofulou», Convtits-
Another
prpprietor
says
Jie
order
­
about to become a mother. In
in disease?; but
is the only
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ed tjic alarm to be givcb after t|^o expense and burdet|| jto keep ùp a Territo- ’¡positive cure for
fact, the mother of the first child
F inished at L ast . At lenth, discovery of the fere. Both are rial form of Govern^ dent. lie was iherer
KJdney Ac Bladder C om plaints,
was pardoned out on that account, after ilie expenditure of large sums
fore in favor of suir able action by Con- .Urinkry. andAVomb diseases, Grave], Diab»
iooij girls gress to abolish tbij Territorial Govern­ tea, ..ropsy. Stoppage of Water, Incoalin
but in a few months, the baby be- of money and the performance of of tpe opinion thit t ie poor
•ence*of urine, Bright’s disease, Albnminu- '
met-their death fron supaffbtion.
ment of Wyoming find, restore its domin-' . rig, and all cases where there are brick duet
ing born meantime, she was arrest­ a stu ipendous
amount of mechan-
~
ed for another crime, tried, and l ical j labor, the Locks and Canal Thd loss from damage to |hc build­ ions to those Territories from which it Wai deposits, or the water thick, cloudy, miked
ing .is only $10,000. The furrii- originally formed,gviz: Utah, MontanaL; wHh substances like the white of an egg, of
sent back witlra baby in her arms.
threads like fchite silk, or there is a'morbid,
Oregon City have been com-
ture
is
damaged
1
80,000
J
An
dark,*
billions appearance, and white bone
Idaho and Colorad|». He thought this ac­
The keepers declined to take the pleted.
and
itéd. All the masonry apd
dnst
deposits,
and when there is a pricking,
baty as niot included in the sen­ woodwork isfinished. and nothing eye witness; says ther 3 is no doubt tion would be just|o all, as Wyoming’s .bprninig sedsation
when paadkig water, and
that
if
the
alarm
bad
been
sound-
pain
in
the
Small
of
the l<ack and along
population
did
notjexceed
10,000
inhabi
­
tence, but
finally aia
did so aner
after tak
tcnce,
Due nnany
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remains
but/ a very
z'*'^vins to be done but/
Wins.
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on
the
discovery
of
the
fire,
tants. He also bd ived by the acquisi*
.r
ing legal advice, and humanely not
unimportant
details. J Boats,
’Worms. ^»The only known and aurerem-
girls wculd hive Ijeen rescued tion, Colorado, Wil?. the increase of her ody &r Tap?, Pin. etc,
desiring to sever it from its mother, we learn, can now pass, through' thc^
The general impras.sioHHHHH
n is that the
next year, would
ÈADWAVS
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the Canal at any time. Just when hotjcl proprietors, jn tjheir anxiety population duringithe
FEHFECT
PURGATIVE
PIULR,
A Miss Annie Golden has just thc
the first boat is to have the dis­ to save their fuiiitiire ¡ and car­ have the requisite,number of 180.000 .in­ perfectly tashlMS, elegantly coated with
habitants for admi i8ion. The committee
gum.-purge,
gum. purge, regulate, rmnfy,
nunty, ck
cleanse
recovered! off of Sam. Sykes, of tinguished credit of passing in pets; wanted to put thè fire out were in favor of tte bill, aod beleived it sweet
and
strengthen.
Radway
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s
l*fllsjor
Putsior
the
cure
pci’fcct case and safety these here
hcrc- ­
of
aUdisorders
of
the
Stomach,
Liver,
Bow.
Portland, $4,500 for seducing heh
thqinselves. A fireman of one of the would pass the House.
el«)
els, Kidne.Va, Bladder; Nervous Fiaeasea,
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tofore insuperable harries imposed companies * says ‘that at Arst he
Wimdacbe,
Coustipation. CosteveneM, Indu
whereby 'she brought forth
A by nature, we arc not able to state;
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gestion.
Dyspepsia,
Bijous Fo.
was refused admittanlce to ihe ho­
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Ji yer, InflanUtion of Biliousness,
golden
the
Bowels,
and
■ j but trpst that it will not be long tel; with the excuse that they* did
F ined .—Aug individual whose all Derangements of the Internal Piles,
If
Viscera,
before that event can be chroni­ not wish to create a ] panic among nemo we did nj>t t learn, was fined;
fined Warrauted’to effect a positive cure. Purely
The case of State vs. Wilson cled.— Oregonian
Vegetable, -containing no mercury, mineral^
$25
and
costs
.by
Beoorder
Bray
“ Beoorder ‘Hay ­ Or
i. The Fire
deleterious drugs.
the
guests'bf
thajhotc
den this week,$ for disturbance of JL A few doses of R ad way ’ s P ills will tr»W
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been continued bis trial ■11 al
Marshal says pothii g like suffi.
system* from all the above named disor*
L aw for W omen .—A law of Cient precaution hac been taken i the peace. It -appears that he had *he
ill be had at the regular Spring
lérsi, Brice, 2Ô cents per Box. Sold by
Term. And right here we will England enforced in the seven­ to guard against loss < of " life,in >tho fin bi bed too mqch tangle-foot, and .Druggists.?'
REBD .“FAL8E AND TRUE.” Bend
say ¡that we have been assured bjy; teenth cehtury: “All women, of event of fire at the hotel, and that attempted ;to i enter the dwelt ^•letter-stamp to RADWAY 4 CO., No.
whatever age,- rank, profession,
miade j. by ing of Louis Salomon, with intent 187 -Maiden Lane, New York. Information '
parties ’ well 1 acquainted with the or degree, whether virgins, wives, .he finds no efforts w BJr r J’ - to do mischief^ when he was ar­ worth thousands will bo sent yuo.
)1 to roscue
flip people of the hojtel
nov9v7ly
accused that our information con­ or widows, that shall, from and thè girls. Hè think j the authori
rested
and
matched
to
limbo,
and
­
authori-
cerning hts reputation was incor- after this act, impose upon, seduce, ties of the house wer J so concern­ next morning ^ad his trial, with
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and betray into matrimoney any ed about the baggage of the guests; the
the above
above result.—TVzney.
‘that our remarks-based
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ot
his
majesty
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male
subjects,
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thereon did him injustice
I4AFA VETTE.
We scents, false hair, Spanish wool, that human lives wero forgotten.
An
Ah employe says he ineffectually
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»take pleasure in making ameuds. iron stays, hoops high-heeled shoes
FIRST CLASS SALOON, ALWAYS
endeavored to tear of the screws
p
supplied with the vejy choicest ‘
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of bolstered hips, shall incur the from the Endows where the girls
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The Pennsylvania Constitution­ penalty of the laws in force «.L-k
were confined. ;«
BRANDIES,
DIES,
£
5 ^FTWHlßKIES^
al Convention will probably abol­ against witchcraft, sorcery, and *• 1 i
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ish the grand jury in that State,
T ~~DY8TER8 and
VH. ble rates fo BAJLLS or
upon conviction, shall stand null
Mrs.
Brotherton,
t
ie
heroine
of
’ gARDINEf?
■ ' MW and void.”
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Enquire
of
Lost Biver, hasrarriv^d at Jackson­
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SWlÄAIF H
To be had in ths best markets.
The Louisiana muddle is bebom-
ville. $he
She says
says: j The I Indians
This ealoon is also provided with a good
BILLIARD
TABLE.#
marflly |
ing chronic. Grant interferes in
surrounded Mrs. Boidy and Mrs.
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An immense Italian immigration
Schira, and could halve killed both
behalf of his brother-in .law Cü8-
THE BEST
pouring
into
Now
p»rk.
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of them had they d( sired to, but
tom House Cas^dy
JIOUOH LUMBER at
if
for The first time in Indian warfare
Russen, charged with the burning of
MOOR’S Lumber Yarq
O’Meara- is boring Grant for Williamson’8 mill, is about 21 years old; in Oregon ihpy did not kill the
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the
In LAFAYETTE at W» 'per Thaywand
an office*^ J If he don’t get one near 5 feet 7 in height; dark complexion; husbands of tlic lad i
CWuL^
augSltf <
light hair out short; has scar on right
their
ILL PRACTICE
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