A-* , f T « f ... 4 r- C. < 4 t Ì * a> . '5^ A 1 >** - i' i • \ '-xf; i U-A 4 I 1.1 & i r~ < Hü • *» I ;1 .. ' - » - A ■ I E •4-, I* I •* — « ji- i ,;v f I t j \ J* * !! ■< < J'; -1 ' I r I * < t .J I i •4 1 4 *-n I i < > !| ». I I I I 4 < < ■t ' 4 l » > I ♦ 4 c ■» ». > »I » 4 4» — — t -4— * *v S • - t f L AFA YETI'E, « VOL. 8. * A* V >• i i I -, -u » » 1 r-*4*Ä EGON,, DECEMBER 12, y 1873. y-*- NO. 42< if 1 » —— -- ------------------------------------- == -- ----- -- . - . -- A Reformed Coquet. . Taking in a Deacon’s Dinner. ceased to trequent frequent balls and par par- . CLIPPINGS. l^afayette Courier. (• [J j[| . r . ties; and become quite dejected i tl BY F. MALCOLM. When you are carrying several Published every Friday by To live long it is necessary to live h •I He drew heft aaitìe fUm thu i and melancholy? Il* r slowly. I articles and one of them slips, it is DORRISS <Sc HEMBREE upon my tab- stream of ladies’i^Of1^ but of the » - I III I have your nâine hi • T A third'month, and life became best not to try to recover it. An A paper mill - a fight between ri n -------- /. let for this dance. Miss Haywood, r dressing-room, ati<l ii val journals. unendurable; the^jtle coquet was • ■ i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Essex street man, named Roberta, Zb t 1 • - said Philip ing low |M)tuous i^hispenhe ilip Remyi|gton,bow Meniyijgt What is justice?—To give every now tully p| nc^w fully punished for her past 90 OU was helping his wife to preparS^ic One Copy, One Year, man his o^p. s , the lovelipst-1 J little blonde You have Hring 1 T5 before follies. She was the most unhappy One Copy, Six Months, dintier table on Sunday, as one of *>*' 1 OU Twins, even from the birth, are that <Jver fluttered into a ball- love—give-me sphn Otto Copy, Three Months, of mortals. J l J j ■■' ». miserand man. the Deacons was to take dinner '■ •' I room. / The girra’cjes Pride now gave way entirely, Humble wedlock is far better than with them. Roberts took- a plate “Ah, yes!” she said, lifting a pair chieviously. RATES OF ADVERTISING and at last, oqe day, a sorrowful proud virginity. ' V— of steak in one hand, and the coffee of brilliant sapphire eves to hi “Hope, yppel’tslb face might have been seen pending pot in the other, and had a dish of I^ray thpe, O God, that I may be H but I am so" eager face — “ ah, yes ! 1 Inch, I 75 1 2.» I i 75 | » iw , j im ( 15 mi beautiful within. J. I cannot give veil 0 eMjr a shceL of paper and tremb- Sinché«, |; IM j 2 501 3 co j > (<) i 12 | IB <|0 peas on one arm>.witli the steak* / *• verv, verv tired, You will excuse A Boston dry good» dealer advertis lingly’iniiting these words: “You qan—yolu " ill Sinché», j 2’>0 j 3 50 I 4 50 j ’l 0f.| IS | 22 W The wind blew the dining room es “financial crash towels.” me, Mr. Remington.. Aside from for he saw; that, des « ilnchexj 300| 4 (W| 5 00| 11 | 20 | 30 0 ‘‘P eak Pmurz-s-I love you! Forgive the past, and return to your penitent A da .” door partly to as he approached it I 4 Cvl. . 4 51 5 50 J BdO'i Is I 22 52 00 It is said that every editor on the I my weariness, I don’t care to the blushes flaiiMxl i r|y 1 4 Col.. I òlioP 00 I !• (Il I 20 I 2s I 341X1 wo weeks afterward, and he und putting out his foot to push it ! Bo3ton Post wears spectacles | ' • 1 * v- ‘ L À I 7ü» I 9 (»»I 12 i 21» I ÔÇÔU dance.” and her ljps quiler Some people have their thinking, _u w one# more by her side; and back, the arm with the peas moved l »0 J I » J I :1” 1 He bowed again, and turned ing awayl ami n|av like their washing, done out. «4 thof:e three sorrowful months must out of plum apd that dish commenc. Bu<ui«ss uot.w< in the Local Columns L silently away. Hew as chagrined a long while,” life 1 J ’‘■Al ; Before spates were used people mul r.ent.4 per line, each insertion. havp taught her a good lesson, for ed to slide. A cold streak flew up tiplied on the face of the earth. F >r legal anil transient advert ¡Bement'$2.- and mortified, but this was not.ap will not sne twic$ fdr i I SO |»er Hipliire of 12 lines, for ttie first inAr Roberts ’ spine and his hair begun her demeanor toward him was w -1 J ' -11 ’ I I ■ In the meanest hut is a romance if tion, and $1.00 per square tor each subsequent parent in his fair, calm face. He love. Speak, nt).|r (W ie I moslt loving and gentle; and in af •to rise, and he felt a sudden, sick* you only knew the hearts there. nsertion. was too proud to allow life vexa “ Never be ititliek h*4rir Adr^rfuenunta to 7 m » Paid for iq>- A bookseller advertises “calf poets, tertime, when she became his wife ness at the stomach but lie dodged * tion to become known to the young with a tantilizing^ittlq on making Proof by the Publisher. two dollars and fifty cents each. ” - J I j 1" she deemed another being than the ahead to save the fieas, v. partly Personal Advs. 50 Cis. a Dine. : girl, who knew so well her fiower “ Do not jest, A^la When is a lawyer most like a mule? xc Subcriptions Sent East, $2 00 a Year. little ball-room coquet.— Saturday caught them, made a wrong move, i When i ■ i ' T* OrV to inake him happy or miserable.’ ed. “Give he draws np a conveyance*- inc an?pa IK lost them again, jabbed at them BUSINESS CARDS? She was a thorough coquet, and einn answer?’ v“Good blood will show itself,” as I j S again with the coffee pot, and up the old lady with the red nose said. so, not being in the least tired(the< T he V alue of a N ewspaper .— “Earnest! 1 will n . i:i G ENK SULLIVAN. J auks MC t AIN. set the steak dish and in springing The Reading Eagle is the only pa J assertion was one of her graceful —1 couhj liot be?’ i T lie Ejllowing Is the experience of per in the interior that stereotypes. , McCAIN di SUinftVAN, b^ck to avoid the gravy, stepped little fibs), she turned to the com a*mc hanic concerning thclienefit Athens^ Ga., has a paper named . on the cats tail that belonged to ATTO RNEYS AT LAW, panion with whom Remington had Cai, with the motto “I can scratch.” ■oii Newspaper: the faniilv dowu stairs, and come L A F AY ETTE, p RE( <0N. found her, and resinned I hei* inter- T4> years ago I lived in>a town The best remedy for mercantile 3 otilie to the floor in a heap, with the troubles—A liberal use of printer’s PRACTICE LN ALL OF THE rupted conversation. I < in Indiana. On returning home steak and peas and a terrible mad ink. ho Wil Stat« Couru. marllvStf “ What a pitty w& arc going to one night, for I’m a carpenter by cat under him, and an overflowing V A man’s reception depends upon his H •r ¿0 — U ST >TT. observed lose Phil Remington! ” c:i BALL- trade I saw a little gy-1 leave my it!” 1 • / coat; his dismissal upon the wit he L pot of scalding coffee on top uf him. the gentleman, after a time. ■ B ILL A STOTT, T door. [ asked my wife who she Then Le bounded up, and stamped shows. 41 4f ? ** "Lose him!” w;> Q In Ahis world, it is not what we said Mrs. Harris had On the*teak dish, and threw it out without anger 11 t Attorneys at I^iAV. I B I * I take up, but what we give up, that The words were j spoken in a mischiev: ous untuic wks sent iiftkei her newspaper, which Ill Fir.<«t S.reef,Dppnaite Occidental Hotel. makes us rich. of the window, and finished that » 1 ■ j I slightly anxious voice. mv wife iad borrowed. As we worst. PORTLAND^OREGON. D ‘i formance in time to hurl the Education begins the gentleman, a ‘Yes: you know he starts west- ‘•G. ¡o tea m v t. jiinïœf set down wife said to th! coffee pot and the remaining but reading, good company and re Some-time voqj may wilt'd in a ____ few ___ dav s. finement must finish him. z; n^e, by na this/ ! ■ ” ’ 1 ho said after a lnojnei^ W. JI. A. RAM..£.i* RAMoe.»y ”e » contents aftcif the cat, which was ’ - * ± ■ “I knew nothing of it.”' that time ever <‘oi^?L write ti> me. TWish on would subscribe for making the very best time down The Baptist in the north of Ireland J ; 4^ .^jVttornéy at Law, Her face was pale now—pale ie no asp Der ; it is so much com the front stair way. The Deacon is called a dipper, and in the High Here is my future iiddr^l ‘ I' lands of Scotland a ducker. /* 'J.AFAYE?TE, OREGON. as the pearls clasping her throat, »’ * rt to hen you are away from “ So, 1 have ahotheir . <4 didn’t stay- to dinner. Roberts “Print aud prosper,” says the wise and she trembled visibly., O'fi-e in the Court iLwise retired to fhe bedroom withabottle . man at the “Times Printing House,” * ** i * i ’’Phil has tnanv friends, ” ob- “ I W ( Chesnut street, Philadelphia. 1 1 of sweet oil and a roll of cotton &. U. BRADSHAW, served the othcr; “none warmer >tT “Ijutyq owe a payment batting, and Mrs. Roberta wcqt endure ^boseMaug I’ve never any pity for conceited I I regret his depart- L. jàkttorney at Law, than mv.self. over to her mother ’ s to cry. — Dan ed people, because I think they carry . on the 1 lot. 1 “Your barrrage I- their comfort ^around with them. bury News. nre exceedingly.” I LAFAYETTE. OREGON. all 1 ca meet it.” said: “ ‘ shall I escoilt you t< And I, too,” said Ada Hay- He is a happy man that hath a - She replied: “If y< ou will take She } was engageij in tenir ni Office in the Court Hoigio. W orth K nowing . — One pound friend at his need; but he is more hap wood, recovering her self posses card, which he hadlgjv^ --------------------- ------------------ "/.-I til’s paper I will sew for the tailor of green copperas, costing seven py that hath no need df a fiiend. men ne nau|givert h 1er P. C. SÌ7LD1VAN. i’ sion, and affecting a careless re to pay for it.” minute _ i uiécesi Sljê waiitta cents, dissolved in one quart of The Vermont, Hl., Chronicle announ gard; then she added: “ Will you ~ 1 _..___ .1 .i Ætt'ouQey at Law, she had scattered t|idm n subscribed for the paper; i t water, and poured down a water- ces that it will “exchange a few ten 1 subscrlbi. 1 promenade, Mr. Carlton?’’ " floor, and theii tootf his 1 came in due time to the shop, closet, will effectually concentrate der-lines for spare-ribs or sausage.” Dalla.«, Oregon. * «.s’ * <T** l Around the heated ball-room arm While resting ■ one noon Out in Montana when they start a r.t _____ and look- and destroy the foulest stenches. i ILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS they sauntered slowly. There was of Yamhill. Polk and other counties , she . R ov^r it, I saw ap advertisement-of On board ships and steamboats, man .down hill in a barrel, they speak . ... Secretly, •J)ly i i Oregon. of his “appearance in a new role/’ ' . 1 » I. a hush in the music, and many th0 County Commissioners toi let about hotels a’nd other public at. the careless main “What is your name, little girl?”, like themselves, were promenading. a Ijridg^ thai t was to be built. I places, therVis nothing so nice to “Minnie.” “Minnie what?” “Min DR. ALFRED KINNEY, I Remington passed them, a brilliant her into the carr bid for the bridge, and purify the air. Simple green cop-, nie Don’t; that’s what mamma calls me.” Surgeon. ~ beauty leaning upon his .arm. Ä sheargued: . was I awarded to me, on peias. dissolved in anything under I I A I I L ’ ’ ' ’ ,Ti v ** ■» *-r**| fp h I 17 I I | He did not look toward Ada, “Broom handles—two car loads R oom N o . 7, D ekvm ’ s B viijhno . “ Lshall see him i which I cleared $300, which ena- m h N. W. v ’ Firat and Wura^ the bed, will render a hospital, or (82,000) just received, and for sale at K? although conscious of her near ! PORTL \N1>. OREGON. « leaves for the W 0!. Ijled me to pay for my diouse and depot. hus- 4 .other places for the sick free from bands. Another warning to hus Oilice Hours—!» to II a. ml till after 3 p. in proximity. tell him the truth, that r In RHêe «t Night. lot easily, and for the newspaper. unpleasant smells. In fish-markets. I “What a beautiful little crea- * \ ** An Exchange wants to know what cstly love hiiu, and ¡that hotl subscribed for the slaughter-houses, - sinks, and where*' made LAFAYETTE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. tuie Ada Haywood: is!” remarked f Lot’s gq back, on the old » have been to othersJtrih newspape T- I Should not have ever there are offensive gases, dis man? Was wife she discontented with her the lady beside him. known! |i ny t|iing about the con- 1 will-be Constant alad ti ERGUSONS BIRD, corner of JcOenmn » solve coppera* and sprinkle it Lot! “Very beautiful!” he said, • and Main ; dealers in. produce and gen But she. was dooijicjd I "J It is onoe more announced that ex eral merchandise. about, and in a few days it will He was thinking how for a year taken. Pjiilip life, with Congressman Voorhees, the “tall syc Bftyinent ELTY $ SIMl’SON. north side Main that beauty had been his constant pass away. If a cat. rat, or mouse amore of the Wabash,7, will retire street; dealers in drugs, confection forijial note of farew|ll w. DW- mechanic dies about the house, and sends from politics. eries and family supplies. thought by day aud night.' ing that if the gir| reall ¡J’7 L taking a • * 1 I AS. McdXlN, attorney; office on south forth an offensive gas, place some A California paper says; “Born—A ThegiiThad never given his il i . * I sidi Main street, r him, she would do & aj I he st dissolved copperas in an open ves son, a regular fifteen plunder, to the __ ___________ xa____________________________ love the slightest encouragement; ¿.r . — One Contemptuously a| site 1 ad torn wife of Elder Manheim, the eloquent * ARBER SHOP, J. R. Majors, propri sel near the place where the nui expounder. ” ‘ I indeed she made, it a pdint to etor.; east side Jeflerson street just of the jaiïBrs at ie ib$ is said up the card ho had given i e er, one .above tin shop. sance is, and it wi.l purify the at «light him whenever occasion pre bright, mil to have expresse 'w rrl Uirs/l •‘How greedy you are!” said one lit t indigna quick glance^ had sufficed mosphere. M. RAMSEY. «County Judge and sented itself; yet, in hep heart, the tle girl to another^ who had taken the her well, and the address thereon tion at ti e Stok< OS rdi ci;. “Why, • attorney at law,—office in the best apple in the dish; “I was going iCourt House. « perverse little mortal loved tthe was implanted upon |ier i memory. before now,” ejxc the wrathy / How to I ron L inen .—A Hearth to take that.” OHN BIRD, west side Jefferson street, man devotedh. I lia a man taken and Wowife^arrespondent says lin- If it wasn’t for the ten-cent stamp Philip’s non-coming fill Lied her official, 0lI,G,ai, “ ’ ,m E( dealer in stoves and tinware. occasionally found in a chew of tobac “She meant to be kind to him with passionate anger, a . , ningletl bo»» tl«is p)a i 'en that is placed immediately af co a considerable m C. BRADSHAW, attorney at law . ♦ portion of our citi some time,” so she would say to wi ith the keenest griijf her gay life *ITe year .... a t .mpris^nmer ” ter being iioned near the stove or zens would starve. herself; but then, as she meant to had t V ever it ihgmiooey to keep his f ly from in the hot sun, is^tiffer when dry V f V IV« knowfc. I Since the postal cards w.?re intro DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. coquet with others awhile, Philip 4 duced the postmistresses are not get deliber- I will never forgjve him!” she than if it is permitted to dry slow. JpiHRlS. TAYLOR, dealer In Aiterai iner- could wait. ting an average of more than th ee hé m ‘ bitterly. ‘ tdbe cried, “I will It is a good plan to lay collars and hour^ sleep a day. chandise. Odd Éfilowa’ bulding. The / cheap ciwh store. You will acknowlodge with me the most crabbed andidetesi lenone to qnly four small articles on a waiter, and set ——„—- J- .4 ** A Rhode Island jury were five days S. 1’OWELL, Saw Mill. Dressed that she was volatile and heart- at Sing Sing* them on a kettle or otkfer support debating on a hog case involving $7. old maids before I •< will humble • lumber of all kinds, doorsand win then recommending both men to less; but her faults seemed only to dow frames. w iim, ffò on the stove, till they are* quite ■ and myself to Rliilip, Remington! write • A ♦ the mercy of the court. .•ulivo I OWARD a «TEWART, blacksmiths. endear her the more to her lover. liiuf indeed! I dcspis^ him.” < ardon. dry. Sometimes the iron wilLstick A Danbury boy wantS'yto know if Wagotis. hacks and buggies ironed. That night, after the ball was 8 lei I-Turn- Guusmitliing and general job work done. it is right for his folks to pay, $500 for ♦ in a manner quite Unaccountable; Fine words for m| little'lady; J’>__ ■.> ‘ ■ I ' T- ir- over, he sought her as she was a piano for his sister, ana make him Àu he as- if it is rubbed on a board on which W EADBETTER «t'RIiÆY : pictures of all and she imagined at lhe moment pick berries for circus-money. j L j descriptions always on hand and trames coining from the drowing-room.* - - . . ' « 1 that fine salt has been' sprinkled, and I that she really meantnhem. of all descriptions made to order. A Missouri clergyman’s fees far I His anger had passed away, and I ie man then passed over a brown paper seed marrying fourteen couples amounted But ere the month had passed ARKER A UO., Ferry street; dry a to fifty pounds of dried apples and a goods, groceries and general merchan- there was a look ofpassionate en away, the roses paL 'I his with wax in its folds, the sticking upon Tier ** dise.' Dayton ttburinjg n.Ills, . due bill for eighteen busheUsof buck treaty upon his face, which touched pretty cheeks, and he| bright eyes A. «r propensities will be checked. A wheat. BEST; livery stable Ferry street; bug- the girl more than any words »or • gies and horses toJet at all times, at bowl of clear water and clean old took a trick of drooping, which ’ Thackery has well compared Eng reasonable rates. A havedone. ** age closes the eyes lish society to a ladder, which every so linen cloth, are useful to remove gave a most sdrrowfql expression •« one to mount first, each holding HIMOL.KH-GOOD. K QUALITY‘bN — Her coquetish impulses were effectually •—JV» any specks the linen may acquire on by tries to the little face. hand «nd to arrive at Ross «tore the heels of the one who psa>* stilled lor an instant. West Che baleni, Y. Herald. m3 , . coeds him. I before or while being ironed. Another month, an Miss ♦ I *• 1 11 ■ I 1 ! 4- ; . “Wciii PhifiÄrTHe irogatinily. ffi li 4 ,■ 4* t 2. • 4T I V k » J ' 4’ 1 À ' !’ 4 ■ ‘ I "L 1 r. % fr 1 - i 4 4 »« 1 - e ’ O, .. . 5 4 1 3 w> I» ? I •I ■* f ■ •* t X - * ■ j ._______________________________ ______ . ______ A —¿r I I « -X. • — a. Xae « ■ » « ' * r 'M 9 —-—■ ... 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