Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, September 29, 1876, Image 2

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    THE RETURN OF MITCHELL
LAFAYETTE COURIER,
TILDEN’S
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X PL A NATION
COURIER’S COLUMN
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1«76.
National Democratic Ticket i
” shop ever serious
> guilty of perjury
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For Vice-President,
THOMAS
A.
suit themselves,and
assessed.
HENDRICKS,
Of Indiana.
which the Republi
conducting the pen
Democratic State Ticket
Fer Congren,
H. M. DANIEL’S
LA FAYETTE LANÊ
Presidential
Electors,
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HENRY KLIPPEL,..'............ ......Of Jacksoa
E. A. CRONIN,.................... .....Of Multnomah
W. B. IA8WELL............................... ,Of Grant
JOINT DISCUtSBION.
Cronin, Democratic candidate for
E
Presidential Elector,and Dr. J. W. Watts, Re­
publican candidate, will address their fellow­
citizens on politics at the following times and
places:
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Eugene City. Monday.......... Oct. 1«, 7:80 P. M.
Harrisburg, Tuesday’............ “ 17, 1
P. M.
Brownsville.
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“ 17, 7:30 P. M.
Scio. Wednesday.-................... “ 18, 1
P. 11.
Albany, “
........ ........... “ 18,7:30 P.M.
Corvallis, Thursday............. “'I IB, 1
P. M.
Salem, Friday........................ **
to. 7:30 P. M.
Oregon City, Saturday,....... “ 21, 7:30 P. M.
Tuesday,.
Monmouth, T
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Dallas,
«lav,.
Sheridan, Wednesda
McMinnville. Thui..*
.reuay
Lafayette,
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Hillsboro, Friday,...
Forest Grove. •• ...
Portland, Saturday.
JOINT
ate soldiers.
Presi
that the Democrats
e into power, would
JOB PRINTING
DISCISSION.
Hon. Lafayette I-ane and Hon. R. Williams,
have agreed to discuss, jointly, the political
issues of the day, and will address their fellow
citizens at the times and places named below:
Roseburg.........................^...October 2, 1 PM
EugeneCity.......1................
do 3,1
PM
Albany,.................................
do 5. 1
P M
Corvallis,........... .................
do 6,1
PM
Salem.....................................
do 7, 7:30 PM
Dallas,...................................
do 9,1
PM
Oregon Citv..........................
do 10, 1
I’ M
LAFAYETTE,.....................
do 11.7:30 PM
Hillsboro,..............................
do 12, 1
PM
Portland................................
do 14, 7:30 P M
Astoria,....................
do 16, 7’30 P M
St. Helens,........ ,..................... ................................
he undersigned * respectfully
insurrection or r
United States, or
loss or émancipa
and any legisla
this provision wqi
T
informs the public that be keeps oanatani-
ly on hand a choice assortment ot
NEATLY . EXECUTED !
Vote for Lane and thereby
secure
a
«competent man and an energetic
worker to represent Oregon in the
next Congress.
ALSO
Fine^WiQ33 and Liquors.
G. F. BANGASSER,
7:21-tf
No. 1 and 2, Vol. 1, of the Daily
Morning Herald, San Francisco, has
been received at this office. It is a
Democratic paper; full of news and is
juat the thing wanted.
X. SAMPSON A CO
Precept aud practice: Precept, the
Cincinnati platform on the Chinesei
Practice, six ‘chinamen
question
have been engaged as Chief steward
and waiters on the United States sur­
veying steamer Ilasseler, in the stead
of white men.
HILL
PROPRIETORS
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL
the attention of the citizens of Yamhill
County to the fact that we are manufacturer«
of and dealers in
W
E
SASH,
DOORS,
“Why doesn’t God kill the devil?"
aaked Gerald Massey some years ago,
and everybody gave up the conun­
drum. Aa long as Morton, Jesse
Pomeroy, Boss Shepherd and others
exist, the problem is beyond solution.
BUNDS,
MOLDINGS,
DOOR AND
W111-re to Look for News.
WINDOW FRAMES,
LITTLEFI ,D A HILL’S,
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All kinds of honsehold furniture, such at
Republicans don’t talk as much
about hard times as they did in 1872.
They then told us that unless Grant
were re elected there would be a pan-
ic which would be followed by hard
times. Now they don’t want to hear
anything about such matters.
Said Gov. Dix to Gov. Tilden when
the latter #as inaugurated: “While a
material progress has been made dur-
ing the last two years in the correc-
tion of abuses, much rem* in® ¿to be
doue, aud the distinguished part you
have borne in the work of municipal
reform in the city of New York gives
assurance that under your auspices
the great interest of the State will be
vigilantly guarded.”
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LAFAYETTE,
Chairs. Bedsteads, Safes. Bu­
OREGON
reaus. Stands. Tables,
Whatnots, Etc.
— ALSO—
inS'iScroD Saiiig^s
ALSO
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and see and learn our prices.
Newell posts, hand rail« add banister«
made to order.
Addresas:
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SAMPSON A CO.,
Lafayette, Oregon
no49J:n>6
lie perjured himself by swear
false return of his income.
he sacked a city;
he wrecked a railroad. I
A. Y . ÿmr|.
: These charges aré liable to be ;It
trumped up against Lane
enee the lecesi-itv of besng carefuE!
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ng
the
Female
Medicines, Paints. Oils, Brushes,
On Hand or Printed to Order
DAYTON,
OREGON,
Dealer in
Fancy and Dye Stuffs,
BUSINESS CARDS
Notions, 4c., 4o.
JAS. McCAIN
ALSO
Clerks.
Senator Jones’s California paper, |
| - Kilpatri iek’s appeal 'for money is
the Pest; says that at least ten per i
THE LOYAL KUKLUX.
fljxercising ^ach Chandler’s ingenuity
cent- of those, who attend the meet­
Î
A
large
Democratic
mee'ir.g
was
^8 to how fie shall raise it. He I i ^ h
ings of the Hayes Iovincibles are per­
held
at
Bennington,
Vt.,
Sept.
8th,
Mt last h.t ppon the happy expedient
sona who formerly acted with the
which
^vaa
addressed
among
otherf.
Democracy. We hardly believe that,
fof levying tribute on the female em
by
Hon.
W.
H.
Russell
of
St.
Louis.
ployees of the Government The 41-
aaye the Herald, for the reason that
ninety per cent, of those who go to In the midst of his remarks a Repub­ .jector to day visited several rooms of
the meetings of the Invincibles are lican mob assailed Mr. Russell with the Treasury Department and assess
ladies, and if the other ten percent.| ihouts, epithets and execrations, and ed all females receiving sixty dollars
tO
n, r,. ,|,. r> ,1 Mr. frt c.r.nir Grrt zlkl.
are Democrats, Uiaf would leave the presorted- to every possible means
real out-and-out bloody sbirters with­ break up the meeting. Stones werej
thrown at Democrats, windows wera
out representation,u,
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Vrokeo, and one lady was injured, i
To such an extent is the practice
Ay Des Moines, Iowa, Sept. 6th, a’
of overweighing textile fabrics carried large Democratic torch light process-*
on by English manufacturers, that ion marched through the streets tq
poor sorts of cotton aro thus made Jo fan immense Tilden meeting and wa£
assume the neceaaary tenacity of twjgt constantly pelted with stones Boil
and wraps are now at times actually ^rick-bats, thrown from houses and*
loaded with cize to the extent of fortj1 pot of dark alley rs. If these things
per cent. But, in additio n to this op-.
eration of sizing, a new development^ ? were Republicans
has taken place or form in the hands?
F. A. HILL,
HAVE A LARGE AND WELI ••
lected stock ot
ATTORNEY
Cigars. Tobacco sad Stationery, 4c., 4c.
Which we will ae 11 at reduced prices foi calh
*a-Perscript ions filled and medicines com
pounded at all hours.
AT
LAW
LAFAYETTE, OREGON.
ILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF THE
«Uta Courts.
m*rllv8tf
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Office of Dr. It, R. Littlefield.
P C. 8VLLIVAN,
A.ttQrn®y-«t-L«w,
hereafter be found at the south
east corner room of Reed's Oners
W ILL
House, up stairs, Salem, Oregon.
nilly
FRANK A. HILL
a
according to t||( Republican Vfrmonts, and
Mr. Halstead, of the Cincinnal
Commercial has gone to Europe t
avoid the strain of the campaign,
^A1 o UvVIl BvJ UUFj •
IÄ the time to subscribe
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L. A. DIXON
W. M. RAMSEY.
Attorney at Law
LAFAYETTE, OREGON.
Office in the Court House.
Ladies call and examine my goods—they are
the best ever brought to this market.
I respectfully ask a share ot the public pat­
ronage.
dent intent
DIXON
S3
Notice.
fXNLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO 8ET-
| ?,) says: Tildeu
! idicament ai oth-
11 and merchants
e at that time,
to focetell how
uate, and bis re-
as nearly correct
WALSH <&. REED
VJ Uei iith me. You tLat are indebted by
note or ai count will govern yourselves acoor-
dingly. I Lr After the 6th of October all ac-
counts, ai ¡d notes will bo given to an attorney
for collection.
H. R. LITTLEFIELD.
L afaybttb , Oregon.
WJ. WIMER
BAIN WAGO, GOOD AB NEW, Si iaah
Spindle, is for sala cheap for cash. Apply
is office, er to
H- 0. DALI.