Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, January 31, 1873, Image 2

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They arc running the Sunday
law; into the ground in California.
Paul Morrill of the Sacramento
and the publisher of the
aa a^so ^c^8> Fargr & Co’s
agent have been arrested for Sun­
day work. Why don’t they indict
postmasters whom the law requires
to^ttend to the duties of their of-
ficefon Sunday? And why not
indict the preachers ? They, all of
them,ply their vocations, earning,
lveying and collecting on the Sab-
bath ? 'Why is it more harm for
Morrill to plyjhis vocation on
Sunday(than it is for the preachers
of all denominations to do the same
thing ?
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Aman in Huntington, New Jer^
pey. was lately caught by a mob of
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the house of a girl ho was paying
.6i attentions to but who had gonei
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back on him for a man named
Sammis who was a party to the
mob. After completing his feath-j
cry toilet, the inmates of the house;
including several women were es­
corted out to look upon the poor
< ?WYetch in liis deep distress, by lan-'
tern light. The mobbers and
mobbed are said to belong to good
Oakes Ames’ testimony before
society. The mobbed man has
not been seen since the night of the Credit Mobilier Investigation
the outrage. The matter is befog Cortimission settles tiic question of
Colfax’s criminal connection with
investigated by. the Courts.
the great thefts and frauds being
M odocs . —There has
little examined into. It will be remem­
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transpired since tne great, battle bered that Colfax, in a lengthy
worthy of particular note except speech during the late Presiden­
that Gen. Wheaton-
Wheaton* has been re tial election denied all knowledge
tired and Gen. Gillam sent for of or connection with the Credit
ward to assume his late functions. Mobilie*’ business.
But Oak«
The soldiers had a little brush the Ames, the manager of the whole
other day with a detached band affair now swears that Colfax does
which tliey ’‘squandered.”
hold shares and that he (Ames)
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has heretofore paid to said Col­
The Statesman speaks of a peti
tion numerously signed in’Yamhir fax his accrued dividends, thereon
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being on file asking fortbe pardon
of Pressley * Hall.
Wehave neith-
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tion being circulated here. fThe
request proceeds, it is said, on the
hypothesis that Hall was insane
when he committed the .^
deed.
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I Gentleman, thieve?, roughs Con­
gressman and other bruisers have
lately witnessed and participated
in a cock fight jn Albany, New
York. Nfor Yotk cocks were pit­
ted against Albany cocks, the lat­
ter winning by heavy odds. New
York sports lost heavily. Anoth­
er fight is to take place.
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; . /Col! Parish and the Bulletin
arc having a set-to.
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“ seen/’ the failure is not traceable
to any lack of effort of the Col’s,
to have the . thing accomplished.
In other words if we desired to be
understood as running a black
mail organ we would keep files of
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A BuNGLZ.--in the new law
regulating fees of Sheriffs, this
language occurs: ' •
. “ £or all moneys actually made
du any process and returned
to the Clerk under $1.000, ..........
three '
ccrttum;on all sums of money
per certtnm;
over' $1,000,
$1,000 Mne per centum.” It
is evident that the intent was, on
all sums over $1,000 two per cent­
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( .During a discussion in the House
4>f Representatives on the proposi­
tion to appropriate $3,000 to main­
tain the public school among the
Crow Indians, the fact was dis-
closed by a Territorial delegate
that there never had but two chil­
dren
attended
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Beast Buttler is jubilant that
lis name docs not appear on the
roll of Credit Mobilier dishonor.
This very fact disgraces th® Beast
since it proves that even thieves
have no confidence in him
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Brooks, of New York has in
some way, been connected by the
Investigation Committee with the
Credit Mobiler frauds and thefts,
and straightway the Grant press
raises a howl against Demecratie
Brooks! Now, there are over a
dozen Republican members* of
Congr^s
ta implicated in this foul
transaction, and among them that
of Hon. Henry Wilson, Vice Pres­
ident of the United States. And
there is Colfax, ex-Vice President,
with his arms up to his shoulders
in the Mobiliar business. Will just
one Radical print denounce him ?
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The New Hampshire Democra­
cy held thè ìrst State Convention
since thè Presidential election.
The party won’t die—at least it
declines in the Granite State to
pass in its checks.
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ed a lecture at Steinway hall.
Subject: “Naked Truth.” They
• Mrs. Duniway has a correspond­ do not insist, we believe, on being
ent—a lady—who specifies certain “naked” while telling their “truth.”
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diseases—contagious only by actual
Upton has wot sobered up yeW
I contact—which 8her-the said cor-
Mme. Duniway.
respondent—-seems troubled lest—-
G When lovely women stoop to
well, she need not “ contact.”
folly,” &c. If this hobnobing
Gen. John 5^. H Miller recom­ with pimps, black guards and ruf­
mends the enlistment of 150 add- fians is not a spectacle to make
H itional troops to fight Modocs.
angels weep, then what is ?
Additional troops have been sent
We are sorry that our usually
to the Modoc country from Fort
amiable and paitient friend Mrs.
Duniway has lost her-temper—
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to the memory of any man as that
Sentence of death was passed on
which has been spontaneously man*
ifested in behalf of Horace Grce- Stokes on the first anniversary of
the murder he committed.
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Brainanl, tliö Iowa City Post-
master, and editor of the Republic
can of £hal city,* has been co¿vict-
ëd of. perjilry knd theft, and,, yet,
strange a$ it may esound, i$ re-
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The leading republican papers
at the east which so strenuously and
vigorously denied the Credit; Mo-
billier chargés, against leading Re­
publicans’during the late Presi­
dential campaign, now reluctantly
but emphatically state that ' they
had been misled as to the facts
and that there is too much try th in
tire chargés for the good of the par­
ty. The Congressional investiga­
tion has unearthed very startling
frauds in= .this connection.
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FOR A sha V e , your haircut in
THE LATEST STYLE, FORA GOOD
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This saloon is also provided with
BILLIARD TABLE.
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her Ben' icfit the other night. How’s
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PILLS,
Of the best quality constantly on haod, as perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with
also Music of latest Publication.
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Call «nd examine. AU orders promptly and strengthen. Radway’s Pillsjor The cure
of all disorders of the Stomach, Lrver, Bow­
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ynadache, Constipation. Costevenessjlndl-
gestion. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Bilious Fe­
ver, Inflamation of the Bowels, Piles, and
all Derangements of the Internal Viscera-
— J. H. OLDS, Proprietor.
Warrautea to effect a positive cure. Pwsly
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Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals,
Oregon. Qr deleterious drugs.
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Lafayette.
A few doses of R adwax ’« P ills wilLtrse
tho system from all the above named disor­
Having just opened and refurnished and ders.
Price, 25 cents per Box. 8old by
re fited the above Hotel, I am now prepared Druggists.
to acconmfbdate guests in a maner equal to
REBD “FALSE AND TRUE.” Bend
the best, and at prices to suit the times.
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A LSO ANEW AND COMPLETE LIV- 87 Maiden Lane, New York. Information
jnL ery Stable in connection with the worth thousands will be sent you.
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Mrs. ¿.¡¡to the polls in Portland
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Grant- althogh $11 the States
vpted in 1872, received fewer votes
than he had in 1868, when several
States did not participate ih the
election. Tina fact furnishes trum­
pet-toned refutations of* the/ idle
and interested boa?t of the Presi­
dent’s increasinfpopularity among
the people. His triumph in 187?
was indeed a defeat.
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ence of urine, Bright’s disease, Albumin»«]
ria, and all cases where there are brick dust
deposit«, or the water thick, cloudy, miked
with sybslances like the white of atLagg.
threads like white silk, ert* there i* « morbia, i
dark, billions appearance, and white bone
dust deposit*, and when there is a pricking.-
burninig ^edsation when passing water, and ■
Eiin ftiithe Small of the Back and along the
oins. Price, SI 00.
Worms.«—The only known and sure ram-*
edy for Tape, Pin, etc.
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I n T ribu | ¡ATION
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election Me[ ¡fe? Starr and Flctch-
E PROPOSE TO PURCHASE OR RADWAY’S
READY RELIEF.
<reet in tl.e eity
u buiM-
CUKES
THE
PAINS
er, election
ges for Dayton pre­ inr t» fee known as the PAINE. MEMORI­ In from one to WORST
Twenty Minutes.
HALL, a* a tcsd.noniil to the great
NOT ONE HOUR
cinct, declined; to reeky© the vote AL
►eivhfs of THOMAS PAINE in the strug­ after resdhiz this advertisement need any
of Medorum l Crawford on th©', gle for Aire .can I..dependence, and for
BUFFER WITH PAIN.
. Jjn’verbal Mental Freedom. Said building RADWAY’S READY RELIEF IS A CUB!
ground that* jais• voting residence" to b? i-uilablc for stores, business offices,
FOR EVERY PAIN.
a Hall for Free Dicussion, Lectures Amuse« It was the fir.*t and is the only Pnin Rem-
was in Portland, where he resided. monk, and finally, an office for the business edy that instantly «tons the most exerutiat-
of the Bustun Invest To ing pniiis,
ullavH inttamations,
cures
pains, allay«
Innamations, and cure«
Mcflorum fotii|ched around, threat­ purpose?
accompli-li this, we need the•assistonce and Congestion«,
Congestions, wLzt
whether
fitomaeh,
1:“ of r Lungs,
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of all tne friends of Payne r
Bowel«,
or other glands ororgan^by
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ened to prosecute the Judges in contributions
end of the Investigator, and believing our application in from
the-Federal: Courts, and all that, readers and other Liberals to be of that
ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, <
nuipbor on whom we may rely, we ask their no matter how violent or1 excrutiating this
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and would ¿Iptjbtless have done so aid assitance by contributing liberally them­ Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled,
and inducing others to dp so. Sub­ Nervous, Neuralgic or prostrated with dis­
had| |ie not|cifoned that, in order selves
scriptions will be acknowledged in the col­ ease may suffer.
of the Investigator, We have labor­ ;
BADWATS BEADY WBOT \
tanking in siad Court, he umns
to get a standing
ed under many disadvantages during our
Ease.
must swear 5 til
at he was a hegro connection witli the Investigator, in provid­ Will afford Instant
tfyat
inflanration
Lidneya.
Inflamation of the Lidneys.
ing suitable accommodations for our business
Inflamation
of
the
Cladder.
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and had beeri denied his vote for and in securing a Hall for our Paine Cele­
Inflamation
of
the
bowels,
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bration, and we appeal now to a Liberal
Lungs.
the^Lui
member of| Congress. He could puUic to come forward and help us to se­ Congestion of the
Sore Throat, Difficult Brsathfaf.
cures permanent place for business and for
do neither ob these things, f. The holding our meetings.
Palpitation of the
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Hysterics, Croup, Diptbsria.
Friends, Brothers, Sisters, the liour will
Judges had offered to record his come
Cataarh, Influenza.
when we must cease from our labor.
Headache, Tooth aeha.
vote foK Congressman, while i lie The cause that the Proprietor and Editor Neuralgia, Rheumatism.^
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qf the Boston Investigator have expended
Ceid
Chills,
Ague Chills.
had faint scruples as to the propri­ their lives in, is an earnest voucher that not
»f the »eaxly Relief^»
The application of
for self alone, but for humanity, they have
ety of twdaring himself ‘ a hegro. worn away a life-time. .And we invite all the part or parts where the pain or
oiir friends to zealous and prompt action, ag< ty exist»will afford ease and comfort.
The noise of the affair finally sub­ advancing
Twenty drops in a half tumbler of water
age indicates that time waits for
wiil
in a few minutes cure CRAMPS, Sour
none. We all feel solicitous that our works
sided and all seemed serene with shall
live after we retire; and that our advo­ Stomach. Spasms, Heart-burn, Sick Z/ead
Aehe, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Colic, Wind
Mqdorum until some months, later cate of Freedom, our sturdy old Investiga­ in
the Bowels, and all internal Paine.
tor, may still, for generations to come,
Tf avelers should always;earry a bottle of
when he signed a whisky petition sound our rallying cry—“For all Peoples,
RADWAY’ READY RELIEF with them.—
and all lands, forever Liberty.”
for a Dayton ialoon to be tested
A few drops in water will prevent afSkncM
J. P. M endum ,
or
pains from change of water. It ¡»better
H orace S eaver ,
before thp j Republican County
than
French brahdy or Bitters as a stimu­
T. L. S avage ,
Trustees.
lant.
M. A ltmen ,
CommissioHrs. The sufficiency
Commis8ÌoMr6.
FEVER AND AGUE.
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Fever
and
Afcne cured for fifty cents.—
of th© jSetitiod bearing Irta name Boston, Oct. 9, 1872. ,
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There is not «^remedial agent in this yorld
that will cure Fever and Ague and all i»*b«r
being questioned, his name was in­
Malarious, Bilious Typhoid. Scarlet, Y l»w
and
other Fevets (aided by RADr AH'S
continenti^ stricken therefropi on
DRUGS—MUSIC. PILLS)so
quick as RADWAY’S E«ADY
tlie gronnd; that he, Medorupi
RELIEF. Fifty cents per bottle
old by
all Druggists. ‘ , -----
aforesaid, was 'aot a legal voter of
HEALTH I BEAUTY I
Dayton prècinct. This was add-
Strong and Pure rich Blood—Increase of
‘ ‘ insult (o injury. Andit i was
Flesh and weight—Clear Skin and Beauti­
ing
ful Complexion secured to aU.
so -unkind,; too. And then .such
completely
vindicated Starr
action coi
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SARSAPARILL1AN RE8OLVENT
and .Fletcher against Medorum
Has made the most astonishing cures, sou
Quick, so Rapid are the Changes the Body
aspersioni &n the score of the ¿Tune
Jun
undergoes under the influence of thia truly
transactions. Ji[edorum is in very
wonderful Medicine, thut
1,11 tribulation.
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Every Day an Increaee in Flejh ,__ id; ]
decided
Weig'lit
Weight i«
is Seen and Felt. I
H. R/LITTLEFIEIJ), DRUGGI8T,
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
that he proposes to commence pro­
Every drop of the SABS
’ARILLIAN RE­
SARS a J PARJLLIAN
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St. Joseph, Oregon,
ceedings which will fix his voting
SOLVENT communicate* through the Blood ,
Urine and other fl
prine
fluids
aids and juice* of
residence ¿me: where on the West- Takes this method of informing the public Sweat,
the
system
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vigor
of-life,
for it repairs
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that he is offering .at P ortland P rices , a the wastes of the body with new and a'ovdd ]
ern Hem^plfore, He wants his large assortment of fresh
material. Scroftila, Syphilis, Consumption,
Glanuiar disease, Ulcers in the throat,¿»oath “
status settled.
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Paints,
Tumors, Nodes in the Glands and other
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Oils,
part* of the system, Sore-eyes, Strennovs
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Perfumery, /
Discharges
from the Ears, and the worst ,
J hace, oD Kansas City,
Toilet Articles,
forms of skin diseases. Eruptions, Fever
Sores. Scald. Head, Sing-worm, Salt rheum,
bad a cancer cured by the use of
Erysipelas, Acne, Black Spot*, Worm« ir '
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Pa
ent
Medicines.
thp Turkish bath for seven consec­
the Flesh, Tumors, Cancers in the Womb,
and all weakening and .painful discharges,
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utive da^s. The protuberance
Night-sweat*, Loss of Sperm, and all the
A Complete Assortment of i
waste« of the life principle, are witbin the
died and was easily removed.' So
curative range of thia wonder of Modern
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Chemistry, and a few days’ use will prove
says thè Hansas City Tiwiw’
Musical Instruments, to any person using it for either of the«*»
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Not only does the S absaparilliaw R es ­
olvent exccj all known remedial agents in
an entire how - outfit of type for
the cure of Chronic, Scrofulous, Constitu*
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and Skin diseases; but it is the •Mr
T he C ourier ) which we are in
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Complaint»,
hopes will reach us in tifo*
The Celebrated
Urinary, and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabe
initial number (jf the new volume. Organ.
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