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    COURIER
NEWSPAPER POST AGE A
rOTSS A1TD NEWS.
THE NEW SENATORS,
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- • The Republicans are congratulating
Th* New York Sun of Octob.r 2 m
The appended article will be of iu-
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tliej outgoing and in-
themselves on thq fact that they have trest to those persons who are ak rays' in 8 spdakiug
AY,NOVEMBER 6,1874.
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commfr. Unite ^¿Hatw Senators says:
’ j carried Rhode Island and Washing- wanting to know about postage:
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j ton Territery.
Third Assistant Postmastor Gen­ ■ Thu ejection#\öf last week disposed
of t.l.iyo Sinata^lul chaiijs
the next
Will those in arreart fbr
L-s in
in the
next
Ben Butler, the great leader of the eral Barbour, says a Washington tel-
Is widely known
Liberal .Republic
Republic
Tipfon, Liberivi
to this paper come to the Republicans in Congress, is beaten egram, has finally succeeded injper- Cong4‘ss. Tipton,
as one of the most
can, df Nebraska, will bj succeeded j '
effectual
remedies
for
Congress-by
a Democrat, This is fecting a system of stamps of hueb
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Tiu
k .J
. i k.a r
Frost and settle ?4
by sotìioregulariRepublicauwhol will I* !
denominations
as
to
apply
to
the
pay
­
ever
discovered
for
the last of him.
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fer--------------------------------
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not bJu partila! ¡of ¡Grant, In tjidi- J ■
cleansing the sys­
BRHJJANT VICTORY.
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In the issue of September 2úth a ment of imy given number of pounds
tem ana purifying
j^u
’
ù
licai|
will
’
r^tiroj
of newspaper postage, from onep^und ana,' Katt,, R
Is
communication signed “***’* appear-
the
blood. 7t has'
State« held elutions
to ono ton, without the use of ¡over and a pemoorá^ who is uuceptal^c c to
stood the test of
cd in the C ourier * in relation to tho
four stamps. The Wisis of the system the tlu rteeii IudÄiundentfi iii tlu 11 * ’g-v
thfifiwoek, and the result is a most
years,
with a con­
Lamson-Ai mstrong difficulty. Some
WiU
t&ie
hi»
place.
Bore-
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(*on;p^te and overwhelming Demo-1
stantly
growing rep­
consists in tho use of stamps ot ’two,
of the facts were incorrect so we have
utation, based on its
man, j ^'publicas of Wist Virgfuia, (
erslic triumph ••all along tho lino.”
’not
in
our prov- four, six, eight, nine, ten and twelve,
intrinsic
virtues,
and
sustained
by its re-
stipp Ian id by a Democrat.
1»' return
comnlpfn but
hnt*.
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Thé
returns « are not complete,
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cents, which amounts are multiplies will
!
markable
cures.
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So
mild
as
to
be
safe and
‘ I i J ince to misrepresent anyone.
At the
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Th^fj
change Icalt to inind thd5 im- ■
ciigh can be ascertained from the
of tho. two and-. thrce-c?nt ratci of
encsagh
beneficial
to
children,
and
yet
so
searching
r
I
? r
Vruuvr
iimv we
wc will
whi
proper time
give the other<
portait fact th h.
‘ly purge out . the great ccn”
L tlie ensuing elec-1'
as to effectual!
.lupatch«to.how beyond all A««-of tho sw nud [ our readers can postage. Abevo twelve cents the
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ruptions of the blood, such as the scrofulous
s
lions (n New Yj Itk and three ot the
tlou
thjit tho Democrats
Dcinrv‘rn^a have elected » _
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tlon thst
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then form their own conclusions’.
* stamps will run in an increasing atio
i and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
involve
seats
in
the
adjoiiâ
ng
S?<*tu
a njajority of the members of the next
of twelve until they reach ninty-six
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or diseases that have lurked
lurked in .the
the system
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The town elections in Delaware, inclusive, which will be tho greatest Senati. . Thetui i ^ s of Fenton, Liber­ 1874. .
PALL;
for years, soon yield to this powerful anti
anti- ­
known
in
that
State
as
“
the
little
ie;
Stocktou,
D
jiuo
-
al,
of'
New
Y<
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dote,
and
disappear
Hence
its
wonderful
lamuel J. Tilden (Democrat), is
denomination , of cent stamps. Tho
cures, many of which are publicly known,-
election,
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have
been
almost
unnoticed
Governor of New York by
next above will bo the *2 stdmp. crut, qf New Jq ley;, Washburn, K > :
of
ScrofUla, and all scrofulous diseases,
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Of Mat „ hc’d . usetis;
. . and Scott, |
(X) majority. Budle (Democrat), timid the October elections in» the The remaining dollar stamps will bo publii
Ulcers,
Eruptions, and eruptive dis--
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New Jersey by 8,000 majority West. The choice of municipal offi­ $3, $6, $12, $24, $36 and $60. fl!here Repulirán» of | ¡iunsylvania, expire
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches,
i
Boils, X
Pimples,
Pustules,
Sores. St.
XJU119,
lUlfFIKTO, X
UOLU.
and William Gaston (Democrat), is cers indicated very plainly that the will not be more than twenty-three
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Anthony
’
s
Fire,
Kose
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or
Erysipe-
elected Governor of the old Republi­ general election will result in a vic­ denominations of stan^pa. General of thq-L -gislatuBes w1 ich select their
las, Tetter, Salt RheaBi,
Rii
Scald
id elected
in Novem-*
.
can State of Massachusetts by 8,000 tory for the Democrats. Whatever Barbour is now engaged in eom}u|ting successors are ttwi
Head, Ringworm, and internal Ul-
beri f
-cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
¡Ority. Mississippi and Delaware leaning Delaware may once have bad the tables to be prin ted for the use of
M1MO
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.and Liver. It also cures other com-
WhiV?
the
l||rty
toward Republicanism, the develop­ postmasters. They will give.thq ag­
managers, a:’d
¡Democratic Governors.
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plaint% to which it would not seem especi­
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seems that the Democrats have ments of the past two years havo gregate postage and denoinin/atiur.sbf mo’.e csj^.‘ci.‘illyl|he iiiddpeiident vot­
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep­
elected all their candidates for Con- quenched the hopes of the Grantites stamps to bo employed in the pay­ ers iu It hvio fou '¿'States, should not Have pleasurein announc­ sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
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Female Weakness, Debility, and
in Delaware, Alabama, Georgia, there.
ment of newspaper postage on ove^y neglect 1 lie co HtustS for Governor,
ing
the
receipt
Leucorrhoea, when they are manifest»*
Maryland, Texas, Virginia and Ten-
The intelligence that the London pound, from 1 pound to 2.000 poiinds. Coiigr|ssmcn, nid dthqr officers of
tions of the scrofulous poisons,
l||ey ought to bvstow Ex ‘‘John L. Stephens” and
varioiw
grades,
Hi
neqsee. The Democrats .1 deut
three
The
tables
umko
upward
of
100
pities
and
Sun
Francisco
Bank
has
thrown
It is an excellent restorer of health and
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la
unusubl
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attefitwii
upon
tho
election
strength
in the Spring. By renewing the
of
legal
cap
paper.
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It
is
believed
by
t’tmgri iwmeii in Massachusetts.
E. E. Morgan’s Sons of New York in­
“Ajax”
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ir
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
B their Legislatures,
kt is imposaibli le to figure up the ex- to bankruptcy on tho same claim postoffice officials that the revjenue of members
' 4 I1
it
dissipates the depression and listless lan­
Of
the
most
complete
and
ac 4 majorities; 1 but it is safe to say which closed tho San Francisco agen­ from the newspaper po3tag ’o, under By payii
fog due fegard to this mat ter t
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
ork and New Jeifycy will con- extensive stock of
the Democrats have carried cv- cy of the firm makes it certain that the new system, will ap] ioxiinatq New’W^
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
try Southern State but South Caro­ the Grangers who shipped through $1,000,000 ar year. This als< is at a tinue to be repiiagented by j? two Sbua-
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
pjroriouijiced in
and ppi
lina, and tile result is doubtful in that Walcott will lose quite as heavily as reduced rate of about one half tho tors who arc opeai ____
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life.
ij the prqseiitA
prosehf corrupt I
their hostility l|jthe
, Hme. 'This shows that the Derno- was at firs; intimated. The ruin of present rate. It will be ronj jink 3red
ever
exhibited
in
this
city.
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PREPARED BY
n p0WHi< : while pveiU
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ei^tic party is destined to elect the the house is complete. The executive that the country pipers circulate free
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The fit tension of the public it earn­
next President, and administer the committee of the State Grange now of postage in the county where pub- ebus tts and 1 I ¿imsylvinia can get
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
we
opposed to estly called to thb inducements kvo
Government in the future; aud it fur- in session in this city, are taking lished, except in cities vvlicroMfliq let­ two Bflhata
v i ; f>.
Practical and Analytical Chcniiste.
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I term o Grant and are. offering to purchasers this! season,
¡er shows that the Republican party measures to ideinnify all members of ter carrier system is in full forcl, in having jauqtbffi
which
far
exceed
qur
fpmier
unpre
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SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
the Order for losses. It is probable which case they cannot be delivered Gr*sit|s|u.’ > -
-fi almost, if not entirely, dead.
cedented attract ioihs.
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everyone rejoice at the result that the Grangers of the State will except th? postage be paid. Tho de­
carried- Louisiana
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<»K Um election and buckle on their unite iu a subscription to reimburse signs of the new st.imp3 havo been by a lli ge ni
r. What will bj-
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tho unfortunato ones. The leading received, and -will b j determined upon come of Kelloi
at mor anew.
Grangers give assurance that all in­ at once. Printed' Circular.
. We would call especial attention to
& LAST
1
THE ÎE4K THEY DO JT.
our magnificent stock of silks selected
dividual losses will be .made good.—
IS .«!’» OF THS
«xpressly,
for
this
season
’
s
trade.
i.
Chronicle.
¡lb.
Just think of it! Massachii
M&ssacliijsctts
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ie leader« of the Adaimistraticn
Public Library of Kentuchj
On bfovem $ 1st, at. the residence
f
with
a Democratic .Goveror aud three
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From present indications it would
rty in Louisiana, alarmed by tlie
rents in this plaice, by
•ft
of the bride’s
cr four Democratic. Congressmen! Re*. Äv. But
Mr; I. N. Hembree i !
W*' It of
-- the October elections and the seem that the four great Powers of
This is the first thing of the kind and A iss Jeiu
POSTPONED TO
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Q unity No. I..
Perkins.
indifference
‘erence which the negroes in that Europe arc preparing for a general
within the memory of man.
Con iplimAi I received. May your Q ta liti’ No; 2 .
□bite are manifesting iu regard jto war. As severely as France suffered
f k glide <mootbty over
mairi lipnial
registering as voters, have resortod to in the Franco-Prussian war she has
No. ;k.
life's rnpest fis b«a, aind remember Q
Proclamation or ThmiksgiviV£.
rays a cilur-aftcr the
that t
trickery and are trying to run things reorganized her forces rapidly—more
Q ¡ality ÑO. 4 ..
forget the qld motto;
Nev
storm
so
than
her
warmest
friendstbought
-handed manner and with a
In his rounds of pleasure presi­ “On it we s id, divided v/efall.”, Q tality No. 5.
possible.
Of
a
total
army
of
977,-
l£ld front.
Q.utlity No 6
no
jjh'y are now pursuing the daring 000 it is said that she has now availa­ dent Grant while visiting Wash*-
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OTLCE.
ington City issued the iolli/wing
r
5)
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Quality No «...
fgjamc of intiinldaton which Attorney- ble for offensive operations a force of
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proclamation:
¡LINDE «TED T ) THE
Q :a!i|y No. 8...........................
$| 00
General Landaulet Williams institut- 524,000. These men are to be armed
»
VSiis
u
Ftwiug
Alacliine
re er
with
a
new
and
in?proved
weapon
to
By
the
President
of
the
Uhkcd
tórni
of
ÀicKibbni
&
l)add-
y.
Of
t
eome time ago in Alabama. They
i. oiupa
•'('acheini e Perfection’’ extra quality.i) (0
take
the
place
of
the
Chassepot.
.’Oti, r dami, fi.l fropi tliTs date ni. l.e pay-
States
of
America.
1
proclama
­
OF GIFlTS:
i arresting citizen« for refusing to
inputs récit r irodice or on • «vulioiized
Should
another
Avar
occur
between
tion.
Reminded
bv
the
changing
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O.O!»0
l
’
oyd;
McMii
nville,
«s
we
agent,
ploy and pay negroes who are op-
One (Jrand C hs ’ i < lift,.
n
otter.
thè
rvceipt
o!
n;
ne
ot!
er.
egniz
will
i
France and Germany it is probable seasons, it is time to- pause iQ our
One Grand < ash i Sift,
ijo,üb >
to them in politics, notwith-
liilg Agi ntin Yanihill couii-
Our
75,eoo'
One.
Grand
Cashi
that the navies of these powers would daily avocations and offer thianks tv, 'A i
Jies. is ie ieied and lus.n<»
One
Grand
Cash
I
inding that the great majority of
.’0,ilO
50d píete« Sergi».......... .. ..j... .. 25c U 5 a rd
One (Jrahd C.;sh ' Sift................ ..
play a vpry important»part. Ger­ to Almighty God tor the mqrcies furti, e »une ìkn wjtli o»irj Company.
2 >,000
.
i
the colored voters in Louisiana belong
Par: < rt‘is ■ig*, tó pnrch ise Machines,
a
Cash
Gif:
luü.tXtO
• 4
!,
$20,*
MM)
each.
many is equipping her army at a cost and abundance of the year Which nee He or sv pg machine ¡itìachnien’8 caìi a<X) piece*. Satin de ( ldnc.... ...50c
»10 Cash Gif th. U.Oou each
14U.D U
fib secret political organizations de­
. 1’ . » I
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ye fr. ni JI ■. lojd on tli’e
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Cash
(liltl,
of about 133,500,000, with the Man­ is drawing to a close. The bless­ pro cm the
10.000
each
150,00«
inft.giveti At Dar office. ’
sànie 1
signed* to keep all political power in
2) -Cash Gift',
,1 ”2 lit pieces Ñeavy Empress... .. ..-De
5.000 ehch.
1(H) .000
MèKilil IA <fc Q a VIHSON,
ser rifle. She has a total army of 1,- ings of a free government continue
« 4
25
Cash Gif»»,
4/0 i each
TO t («n
French
Merino»..
..
à-Stì
pieces
...
75c
1 Jic hands of the blacks and their car-
Manu fretti ring
:’0 Ca.h Gifts, 3.00J e.lch.
250,000, and it is estimated that 710,- to »be vouchsafed to us, the ¿afth .went *Vh ír & ■ • Wilsor
00,000
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tí» nip
jK't-bag allies, and that the result of
5»)
Cash
Giftn,
2,003
each
all
wool-
“
McMahon
’
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>;0
pieces
100
030
i 5 Third st. Portlaiid.
000 men are available for offensive has responded to the hbor of the
10) Ca<h Gif s,
1000 each.
loo.ooo ;
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this raae distinction, introduced into
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240 Cash Gif 5, ■ 500 each
file
cloth. ■ t............................ i •
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purposes. A bill has been brought husbandman, the land has been
politics by thA blacks themselves, has
50
I
Cash
Gifts,
IDGE
NOTICE.
ItOeach.
50.000
free from pestilence, internal order
600 pieces Fancy Striped D
19,000 Cash Gifts,
50 each
950 000
been to deprk^? the native whites of forward by tho Government provid­
►
s knowing thenise ves indobt
ing for a general levy in case of need is maintained, and peace witlitoth-
4*y share in
Goods
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Grand total, 29,900
iqaet A la\lbr -«» i sub».-iipj
i Government which
cr powers has prevailed. It h fit-,
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and makes every able-bodied man not
j.i\et;e 1 lidgd. will pl. rse'cal»
(This line is well worth 50c )
I Supported almost entirely by the
ting
at
stated
periods
we
should
Ink’s Stoic ind pay the sime
PRICE OF TIOZKETS; ‘
ni A. 1Ç
belonging to the Line, Reserve ov the
isfscm, date, And thorehy,save
ixes which they pay. The iustitu-
cease from our accustomed pursuits within I
AVho’o Tickets,. 1.......
Llndwher, liable to be called in to do
¿nd expense#.
I 50 00
wftof such prosecutions under the
and turn from the turmoil of our fait1.cn
jose V ii P aquet .
Halves,
.1......
Blankets,
Shawls,
3» 00
garrison duty. Austria, also is busy
Tenth, or each Coupon.,
¡Nov. 6, 1S74.
Sin pretence that under theEnforce-
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daily lives, and unite in Umijkful- L af . i
Skirts.
11 Whole Ticket# for...
Sheetings, * |
500
00
«
arming
her
forces
with
arms
of
a
new
ness for the bles^iugs of the)pail,,
ent law is a criminal offence in a
22| Tickets for. J....;.............................. loco (X>
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ANTED.
Underwear,
Bed Spreads,
qb of citizens to unite in a policy pattern. Sinco tho-battle of Sadowa and the cultivation of kindly: feel­
For Tickets add rnformation, address
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_ THOM. I E. BaAMLBTTE,
took
place
the
Austrian
army
has
of OATH. Empiii e at the
ings toward each other, bow, J 00 Dr
Hosiery,
tended to protect themselves from
Table Linens,
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of
Agentand Manager,"
fobbery by unscrupulous politicians, been greatly improved. The army therefore, recognizing these t con­
Public library Building, Lcui-villc, Kv
H: B. LITTLEFIELD/-
4; ’ 9
Gloves,
Linen Napkins;
. »*.] • ><
oc -3-á
no37-.tf
(jrant, Frehi-
come« with a poor grace from an Ad­ availaole for invasion in an enemy’s siderations, I. U. 8. U
Handkerchiefs,
Flannels,
itatC6, dd ree-
ministration andbr which resp ectable territory is 450,000. The great Em­ dent of the United St:
Umbrellas,
*• Shirting; Cherks,
^rhite mechanics employed in navy pire of the North is no less fully pre­ ommend to all citizens to assemble i»
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Trimmings,
&irtU are driven
Robes.
tn up to the poll» like pared. The Russian armies in Eu­ in their respective places of |wor-
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slaves in gan£e
<fcCs
i^Cs
> under the supervision rope and Asia number upward of a ship on Thursday, the 26th dby of
Ate.,
die.,
November
next,
and
express¡their
million
and
a
half.
It
is
stated
that
4#! overseers, and forced to vote the
Those in search of real’ and unusu­ I
No Cliarije for Advice and ConsuUnlion.
ticket placed in their hands by offioe- in the .event of an European war Rus­ thanks for the mercy and favjor o(
ally
attractive bargains will be amp-
the
Almighty
God,
and
laying
undet penalty of immediate sia could immediately put a force of
ly repaid by an early visit,
•
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B. D yott , graduate of Jefferson
aside
all
political
contentions:
and
660,000
men
in
the
field
and
could
. Medical College, Philadelphia, author of sev­
N- B.—The
Tho attention of our City
go. That such disgraceful oc-
eral valuable works, can be consulted on all
all secular occupations, to observe
Friends (?) is called to these bargains
ififoreneee have taken place at the call up an additional body of 8-7,000
diseases of the sexual or urinary organs
cuch a day as a day of thanl .«giv­
(which he has made an especial study)
MareleUnd Navy Yard in Califor- troops from her Asiatic possessions.
T hk
ther
in male or female, no matter from what
ing and praise. In witness where­ ieine
i fence confirm the
i tin
and elsewhere since Secor Robc-
-
cause
originating or of how long standing.
•th in its frvdr at the outset?
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DRY GOODS!
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GRAND OPENING!
Magnificent Display!
BRADLEY. MARSH
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DRY GOODS
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NOVEMBER 30,
1874.
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Drawing Certain at that
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DRESS GOODS
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of 1 havo hereunto set my hand
Çorrectiow.
haa been Secretary of the Navy,
and caused the seal ofjbe Uiuted
iq q fact too well known to admit of
Tlie following communication from States to be affixed. Done q-t the
serious denial from any quarter.
Hon. William Galloway will explain city of Washington on the |29th
day of October, rn the year of otir
?.The paper published at the upper itself:
Lord 1874, and of the independ­
• B ellevieu , N ov . 2.
landing on the Yamhill gives us a
»pukind aud uncalled-for thrust. , E d . C ourier .—Noticing in the ence of the United States the OOtli.
U. S. G ba ^ t
It some time, in fact ever since the Oregon Statesman and other papers
President. .
that a man living in Gopher valley
D rier has been under >he present
agetnent, if we got any news from
Uican source the next Week
Reporter oontained some eonteiupt-
» slur or insinuation, at that pcr-
it would be safe to
that
is not three prominent
the county but wbat
iblicans
the Reporter has pur-
the
esih^the
dignity of any
‘is beni
nal that
it lays claims to respecta-
Iplity. Comfi out “square-toed” with
qrhat you hafire to say and Let evqry*
I
body know w.here you stand.
.wanted to bury the corpse of his de­
ceased child before the same was cold.
Also that his neighbors had to buy
the shroud, coffin, etc I have been
induced through justice to the party
concerned, to state that such is not
the fact. Mr. Agee and myself were
with the corpse for twenty-four hours
and prepared it for interment, and I
knew of no disposition on the part of
the parents to hasten burial, but the
eoutrary.
? W m . G alloway .
olaims
question. Apply th!» ciiteri-
is the
yel fo seavchi.ig. to T arrant ’ s
on, wo..-..,,
EFFfcBV tsv r S eltzer . A j ’ ibient . H ow
What has been us history?
has it ' or
and to-day?
How dd ¡8 i
/nirir
I’« Seltzer Aperient »
nauie thr ugboi t the United
is a lio&eh
States. It r adniini tcrediis a specific,aud
with an ceaii ill dyspepsia,
, . .
sick headache,
nerv-om dettjiiy,
j, liver complaint, bilious re-
re­
1 complaints ^specially ct>n-
mittent
stipatioft),
mmatism, goet. gravel, nasuea
the copmla a peculiar to the inatero.id sex
bf inflammation. So mild is it
and allAy
n that it < sn b given with
in
its
opf
P lain Q uestions for I nvalids .
t» the feeblest child; ¡'nd so
perfeeL«/
—Have the routine medicinpa cf the agrees fie i# t»the taste,; so re fresh iug to
t children never
nev rof. «eto
' >
profession done you no good?; Are the
y
all
druggies.
it.
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you discouraged and miserabl^r If
so, test the properties of thq new
Vegetable Specific, D r . W al KE b ,’«
C alifornia V inegab B itter *, al­
ready famou# as the finest invigor-'
ant, corrective aDd alterative* that
has ever seen the light. Dyspeptics
and*”person8 of bilious habit should
keep it within reach, if they yalue
health and ease.
HER
Wholesale apd Retail Dealers in
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c.
AND GENERAL IMPORTERS f OF
American, English &, for-
eign Goods,
A practice of 3v years enables him to treat
diseases with snccess., Cures guaranteed
Charges reasonable, Tjhose at a distance
can forward letter describing symptoms’and'
enclosing stamp to prepay postage.
Seud for the Guide to Health. Price 10c«-
_
J. B. bYOTT.M. D.
Physician and Surgeon, ipi Duane St. N.Y«.
no47-|y *
c
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Cash advances made on every des-
cription of produce.
SHOP!
YETTlfi, OREGON.
£.
I
BRADLEY, MARSH ¿ CO
.
Administralor’s Sale.
TVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
JLW the undersigned administratrix of
IPS.®!*1®
Logan, deceased, bar
thTs day filed in the County Court for
lamhill county, het- final account as such
adndniatratrlx. and that t he Judge
Judge of
of said
said1
Court has set the twent3MQuit
It day
day of
of No-
No­
veml>er, 1874, forllearin^M^stion
tion to
to sucli'
such'
final account and settlement thereof.
,MARY
MARY P. LOGAN,
Ad?ntniatra fi-t-.«
olfiSw
Lafayette, October, 12, 1874.
A !
1 ÉMI
GENTS WANTED to «e!l Bov-
Dollar*and-a-hnlf case ofbTAN-
Bo.'n o “ atuic NjEnicixES, com­
■ ■ biping excellency of preparation,
I ■ with beauty
anty and cheapness. Good
wages guaranteed. Sample cases A
outfit given to agents. Particular*
free.
j. x. BOYT.AN,
Detroit, Mich. -
-
»
GAN,
HAND A CHOICE ASSORT-:
KEEP
juts and
aim would respectfully'
respcciiuiiy
eats
mento
solicit a sb of t lie public lia t ronnge.
,
E. MORGAN, r ’
Ä
1
i
lax ' r
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