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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1874)
Miracle« in France«
TERMS OP BUBSQ RIPTION
Copy, °«« Ye*r,
Cepy, Six Moikthak
KATES OF ADVE
Business notices in the Lutai Columns, 25
nls per line, eacntnsertioh-
For log d and transient adyertiaements $2.-
I por sanare' of 12 linea, fot the' first inser
ta, and 11.00 per Minare lor each subsequent
Paid for wp-
A young girl living at Fontet,
iu the neighlxirhood of Bordeaux,
is reported not only to receive vis
its from the Virgin, but also to be
endowed with the power of curing
sick i>crsons by the laying on of
hands. Suri.amed “La Voyante,”
she is the wonder of the country
rounds.qnij crowds flock to her cot
tage to be healed of their diseases.
One man who had been stricken
with paralysis for many years, re
paired to Foutet a few weeks ago
to be operated upon. The pro
cess is thus described by two wit
nesses, one of them a doctor, who
arc ready to attest the truth of
teen or twenty bushels of carrots
for every toam kept, thereafter the
feeder would never be without this
invaluable and natural remedy for
Ringing lack to health animals
that have been inured from the
over-feeding of grain. It is well
known that a lloroe on fell work
will do better on twelve quarts of
oafs a day, with the addition of a
peck of carrots and due proportion
of good hay, than on three pecks
of oats without the carrots. In
tli© winter season, until the first of
Id .tells an amusing
ng her visit to Stock-
No other living thing can go to
slow as a boy on an errand. f
Breach of good manners—for
ruin to stare you in the face.
A little girl in Des Moines wants
to know why there are no he dolls.
Love is an egotism of two. The
first sigh of love is the last of wis
There are over 24,000 idiot« in
this country, who are acknowl-
edged as such.
r ( .;j
A medal of St. Benedict was
Cardinal Antonelli is laid ap
with the gout, brought onky a Kfe
of abstinence and self-denial. ol
Attorneys at I
lit First S*rsct, Opposite Oeciden
Why is a person who neverla^s
a wager as bad a* a regular gam
I butter iu the winter.— HW bler? Because he is no better.
A New Hampshire town defray
ed the expenses of providing aura»
nicipal hearse by giving a fanqy
The new Chief Justice
Episcopalian. But, says the Boo
ton GZu6e, it is loo late to
forward objections now.\ - ,f o
, qction, then
arid ■ resumed
.I.L PRACTICE. IN . ALL OF THE
ELTY A BIMI’SON. north aide Main
street; dealers in drugs, confection
eries and family supplies.
A man was i boasting that he had
twenty years kiwi
been married for
had never given ‘his wife
word Those who know him Wty
lie didn’t, dare to.
Are blacksmiths, who maktP’k
living by forging, or carpenlM,
TAS. McUAlN, attorney; office on south
«F side Main street.
M. RAMSEY? Count}' Judge
• attorney at law,—office fa t the
OHN BIRD, west side Jefferson street,
dealer in stoves and tinware/
C. BRADSHAW, attorney at law.
who do a little,counter lilting, any
worse than men who sell ison and
steel fur a living?
ST. JOSEPH BUSIN8SS 1|)IK ECTOR Y.
ELTY & SIMPSON, cor. 4th and Elin;
dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens
ware and patent medioines
Au old edition of Morse’s geog
raphy says: “Albany has 400 boos
es, and 2,400 inhabitants, all stand
ing with their gable-ends to U»
OTEL, J. H. Olds, proprietor: cor
of 4th and Dhpot streets. New house
DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY
C. CALL MANUFACTORY« OF
• Saddles tnd Harness, All work war-
ranted. Orders left with J. W Cullen will
receive I prompt attention.
HRIS. TAYLOR, dealer in general mer
chandise, Odd Fellows’ building. The
cheap cash store.
POWELL, Saw Mill. Dressed*
WV • lumber of all kinds, doors and win
OWARD a STEWART, blacksmiths,
Wagons, hacks and buggies ironed.
Giuunnithing and general job work done.
EADBETTER A RILEY ; pictures of all
MJ descriptions always on hand and frames
of all descriptions made to order.
ARKER A CO., Ferry street; dry
goods, groceries and general merchan
dise. Dayton Hearing mills,A
BEST, livery stable Ferry street ; bug-
• gies and horses to let at all times, at
AINTING. Rouse, carriage and wagon
painting and sign writing doue to or-
order by J. W. Carey.
Dr. David Livingstone was Mb
in a suburb of Glascow in theyeWr
of 1815, his father being a weaver
in one of the
ERGUSON A BIRD, corner of Jeflereon
and Main ; dealers in produce and gen
A Western paper^notmbee the
coming of a star aetor who irffi
sho^ “our benighted citizens how
Shakespeare ought to be slung.”
I grain laundered, or
as this disability is
lied. In fact, howev-
When a Milwaukee paper ’re
marked recently “That lilac bodi
es are budding,” a reader said'
ciledty, “You lilac Satan,” t(T
LAFAYETTE, ORI’ x ; on .
i Whit is the difference between
a fanner and a bottle of wMsky?
One husbands the corn, and the
other corns the husband.
Oifice in the Court H oik «.
4 » • '
per entitled the Mowing Machine,
BALL di STOTT,
' X » ■
The Patrons of Husbandry in
Wisconsin have started a newspa
* If a saloon-keeper gets rich it is
because he makes many good bar
Questionable—When a man mar
ries a poetess, doqs lie take her Ipr
better or for verse?
Subcriptions Sent East, St 00 a Year.
whale? When she’s pouting. , <,.:l
Pmof by th« PtMitker.
Personal Aslv*. 50 C t*, a Line.'£>
When is a young Indy like a
L • a .
who make a business of buving
je a teeto-
such horses, and treating them as
wjb have shown, re selling then in
? ^,6y.v e from eight to twelve months. "
The livery stable men, and those
= „aity0Ur keeping large stables of horses,
CT^ well understand the effects of con-
feeding on dry food, and con-
or clean ”
to write a
sequently buy carrots at high pri.
ces, from the well known effect
* ie *ee“10#
“iesc 10048 “a3
°f ^arni att*
imah, and especially on horses, to
which they seem particularly adap-
ted and grateful
If every farm«
Let her go,” exclaimed a
An envious newspaper writer
arted passenger: “if she
desires the School CortniUeauto
investigate the school-jriann m Mt
town, who allows a young ntwdo
fit with his arm /around her 1n
one for stealing a cow, the other school hours.
for stealing a watch. “Hullo,
'When a ylung farmer's Wife
Mike, and sure what o’clock is it?”
made her first boy’s pants precisely
said the cow-stealer. “An* sure,”
said the watch^teaier, “I’ve no the sam^before as behind» rib®
time-piece handy,, but suppose it’s father exclaimed: “Goodnffltf' le
wont know whether he’s going‘|o
abotft milking time.’*
Effects of the fog—Mr. Joliie
was discovered by his anxious wife
a long time after midnight vainly
trying with his latch key to opin
the i front (Joor. He stated foj/ex
school or coining home.”
/A well-dressed, abte-bodWMn
astonished the people mjfttete
street, Boston, on New Year'Har,
by walking up and down wlftra
cuse thatlhe fog was sho shpthliic large play-card on his hat bearing
the inscription, “I want wort*,.
that he c-couldn’t scckeyholc.