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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1875)
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M. X. Church South.
Religions aervicca will be held by the
M. E. cbnrch South, as follow*:
First Sunday Hannv Valley,........... 11 A. M.
McMinnville,............ 6 P.M.
?Uird - West Chebalein,......... 11A.M.
ourtb “ Armstrong's Chattel...11 “
•’ Lafavettc.......................... « P. M.
(FROM m roRTLAXD DAILIES.]
Dr. J. W. Watts will preach at this place
the second Sunday in every month at 11 a.
m.. and in the evening at early candle
R*ligio«s »errice« will be held by the M.
E. Church. as follows;
Fiist Bebbath Lafayette «t 11 a . m „ and
Unity School House at 3 F. M.
S*c>ma tabbath SmilhtC Church at 11 a .
X » We«t Cheh iletn 7 r.M.
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill 11 a . m .,
Lafayette 7 >. M.
Fourth Sabbath at McMinnville 11 a . m .
and 7 p . m .
W. B itt . P. C.
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P rice ten " cents .
constructed levees, ai it is well
known there is g number of plan
tations. above and Ijelow* here
where the planters haire for some
days been cotistqntlv| ¡watching to
keep passing boats fr|m running
in too close fand flo< ing them
with the swell from th| boats, and
these, is it is feared, sneered from
N ew Y ork . Aug- 12.—Notice
of the trial of the $lpO.OCO libel
suit of Theodore ^’iltonlagninst the
Brooklyn Eagle and T|6ma« Kin-
sella, was entered this afternoon in
the Brooklyn cjty coijrt for the
C hicago . Aug. 12.-|A Wash
ington special says: .Vlk Uowan.
week extended up the assistant Secretary |f the inte
, a distance of 80 rior. anticipates a great deal of
trouble over the Bla?k Hills ques
tion. Reports sent in|o t,he de
partment fiom there show that
LAFAYETTE, OREGON •
»TILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE
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E U. BRADSHAW.
bearing the name of Jfeade Os
vote on Bercher.”
borne. and was hadedI by the cap
go to thunder!” growled
tain of the latter ship. who.repQrt-
ed that one of his crew had goat
mad; that for five days the maniac
had atationed himself Aloft, and
that nothing could induce him to
return to the deck. The captain
farther reported that the madman
had armed himself with a chisel,
with which he was cutting the
ropes, and that the boatswain had
tried to bring him down. The
maniac, however, threw a block at
the boatswain, knocking him on
the deck and breaking his arm and
leg. As a matter of safety to his
vessel and crew the captain of tlie
Jessie Osborne considered that it
was necessary to shoot the maniac,
and after some consultation that
cou»*8e was decided apon. The of
ficers and crew of the Glance were
requested to be present as witnes
ses, and in their presence the man
was shot with a revolver. In con
sequence of the way in which h<
moved - about the rigging, three
shots had to be fired before he was
fatally injured. He fell dead on
deck, his body was eventually
Tilton Tries a Libel Mt Next.
Trouble* Expected in the Black Hill*.
- BUSINESS CARDS
September term. ,
Mails bound South will close at 5
•’clock p. M. each day.
Mails bound North will close at 6
P. M. each day.
Postoffice will close at 7 P. M. until
Office open from five to six P. M.
J. W. W atts , P. M.
P. G- SULLIVAN,
ILL hereafter be found at the south
east corner room of Keel
House, up stairs, Salem, Oregon.
The London mar-
Onice in the Court House.
Attorneys ¿it Law,
ill h’trsl Street, Opposite Occidental Hotel
R. ALFRED KINNEY I1AS
moved h s Office anti Residence ’o the'
Northwest oornor of Alder and East Park-
Street*. (dunb:e huuM), where he can be
found at any time.
A. M. HURLEY,
Attorney at Law,
unvem. - - on»
. 11.—The Irish
it held a meeting
le A merman rifle
i presented to the
Resolutions of re
ind expressing a
WILL DELIVER FRESH MEAT TO
my patrons in Lafayette at 3 cent* to
«'cent* per pound.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
will be at Lafayette.
Tire gentierminformçd him
These are the
tErXepairing done With neatneu and di*
SENT • FREE
•nd post paid—THE BEVERLY BUDGET
_*73 per week, CASH to all, at home or
tmvellns. Something entirely new. Ad
General Schenck. U. S. Minister
to England, has lieen using an old
American anecdote to good advan
tage. To the wife of a Brinish
term, cabinet officer, who asured him
twice that “England made America?all
that she is,” he said: ‘ I beg your
pa|rdon, madams but you remind
of an answe^ of the Ohio lad
in his teens, who attending Sunday
school tor the first time, was asked
by bis teacher, who made you?
He replied, Wby God made me
alwut so long (holding his hands
raptrt) but j