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i Senator Baldwin of Grant county on 22 1 October, 1870. a fter the fo>ty days of the out overtaxing their energies. It will be seen of libel against the editor of Che Herald,
session had expired, and this ii the first coni that this committee could not, without preju-i while another portion of the committee at
mnnication, verbal or written, in which dice to their legitimate duties of legislation, I tempted to cover up everything, so as to keep
Messrs. Semple <t Patterson offered the go to work to hunt up somebody who could down all feuds in the party.” To this accu
F irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Judge. P.
SOME OF THE TERGIVERSATIONS AND FALSE name of a single witness whom th-y wished testify to Mr. Fay’s guii‘.
P. Prim ; Prosecuting Attorney, II. K. Danna.
His accusers sation of “Farmer” against the committee, I
Jarkntm County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
HOODS OF TIIE “ORGAN” SHOWN VP—HISTORY
[examined. I feel it my duty in this connec could, it seems, after four weeks had elapsed must injustice to that committee, apply the
in February and November. C vaut y Court, first
OF SOME OF TUE TRANSACTIONS AT THE RE
Monday in each month.
tion to sav in justice to Mr. l ay that he was and the last day of the session was at hand, same epithet I applied to the other,—that of
of all parties the ino-t clamorous for a speedy i furnish the names of forty witnesses, well falsehood ! Who of that committee sought
t’oiiii/y OjKtrrn— Judge, T. H. B. Shipley ;
Clerk, Silas J. Day : Sheriff,
knowing that no attention could then be “to make out a case of libel against the editor
and rigid investigation.
Leputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
Neuber ; Assessor, David liedpath : County Com
(The following letters from Senator Bald
A few days after Messrs. Semple & Patter- given die subject further than to report what of the Herald?' and who of that committee
missioners. John S. Herrin, Thomas M right ;
win of Grant county, in reply to statements I son were called before the Committee for ex ' Ila 1 already been obtained.
sought to “cover up everything?” Where is
•School Superintendent. Win. M. Turner ; Survey
the evidence of such designs on the part of
laminalion, Mr. I’ay handed me the names «if |
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L- Ganung.
regard to certain transactions at the recent i Mr. II illaday, Mr. Cole, Mr. M tchell, D.s. i | “pro ceding« were nut blocked at the start, or the committee as those named by “Farmer?”
— Ju-tice of the Peace,
James K. Wade; Constable, N. .'-tephensoD.
session of the Legislature, were sent to that Towler and Loryea, and perhaps one or two! I at any time, by the refusal of the committee Is it because evidence of Mr. Fay’s guilt was
-Trustees, James A. M ¡1-
paper for publication ; but the letters are so others, and desired that they should 1>C ex ■ j I to grant a reasonable e request,” nor was any I not found by the committee? Did ‘‘Farmer”
son, N. Fisher. Lewis Zig'.cr, John Bilger and J.
an exposure of the Herald's utter unfilled at the earliest*possible day. I in-j f'reasonable request” refu-ed. Mr, Semple I with all the knowledge he would have the
fi. Howard ; Recorder, I'. S. Hayden ; Treas
untruthfulness in the matters referred to that formed him, after repeated solicitations to says they were denie 1 a hearing by the com reader believe he possessse» in reference to
urer, Henry Pape ; Marshal. James P. McDaniel.
the publication in that paper was refus'd.. send for those witnesses, that as soon as there . mit ee. This is not true, as his own letter Mr. Fay's gui't, offer 7iis evidence to the com
JosurniME county .
They have therefore been placed in our hand-! was introduced such witnesses ns would lay . show. He was heard by the committee, ex- mittee, or give the name of a single witness
Couvry Officers.— Judge, J. I». Siferi ; Sheriff,
for publication.—E d . O regonian )
Ilaniel L. Green ; Clerl-. Charles Hughes : Asses
the foundation for a charge that would throw i ■ amined by the committee, and refused to to this committee ? No ! Naturally enough,
sor, K. K. Foley; Treasurer. Wui. Naucke; I
C anyon C ity , Grant county, Oregon, )
him upon his defense, we would then I,c ready answer certain questions. If he could nor that committee expected to find among those
Commissioners, Thomas G. Patterson, II. VS ood-
I to examine his witnesses. So clamorous was testify to the truth of what he had published making the charge, the evidence of Mr. Fay’s
sock ; School Superintendent, II. R. Middle*-
Editor Herald: In the 'Weekly Herald of] ; Mr. Fay for this investigation that he insisted in his paper, it was no fault of the commit- guilt, if any such there was, cr at le.ist that
J.nriJiim County.— Circuit Court. 2d
the 11th inst. 1 find a series of letters nd these witnesses should be examined whether i tee; nor was it the fault of the committee they could give the names of persons who did
in April and Fourth Monday in October County
dressed bv Mr. Eugene Semple to the Demo the color of a charge was made out or not, that he withheld the names of his witnesses know something as to his guilt ; but as it will
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
ernts ot Jackson county, in reply to a letter land for this purpose telegraphed to Mr. H >1 until it was too late for the committee to ex be seen in this and another letter, these
J. W. BALDWIN.
names were not given until it was too late in
of the Hull. J. D. Fay, said to have been ] la lay to come to Salem on a day named by amine them.
the season, as every Seuntor knows who had
published in the Democratic Times. In this j me, and for answer Mr. JI. stated lie would
anything to du or who pretended to do any
controversy between Mr. Semple and Mr. Fay I i be up by the morning train if he could give
C anyon C ity , February 21, 1871.
thing, well knows.
1 propose to take no part, believing the gen-[ l his evidence that day and return by the after E ditor H erald :
As to |‘Farmer’e” accusations against Mr,
tiemen both able to light their own battles ;• I noon train. This was impossible, for the
Were it not at this particular juncture, i
I have nothing to say, if Mr. Fay thinks
and had Mr. Semple dealt fairly with the | 1 Committee could not sit during the sessions when the Semple and Fay letters are being
I acts and purposes of the Committee of In- i ; of the Senate. The Committee upon its own I published and read, I should not feci myself them worth his notice, he can attend to them.
JACKSOXVILEE LODGE No IO
vestiinitmn raised bv the late Senate I should I ; motion summoned and examined such wit ¡called upon to take any notice of the produc-l I have only noticed so much of his letter ns
olds its regular meetings ON
not have asked a place in your columns.
nessed as tl.cv had reason to believe would at tion of a writer s> cowardly as to shield him referred to the nction of the investigating
every Saturday evening nt the Odl Fellows’
I Mr. Semple has, in his history of that in , I least lead to lhe discovery of such evidence,
committee. It will be seen by the foregoing
Hall. Brothers in rood standing are invited to
I self bihind a noin de plume and spit forth his
JAMES BUCKLEY, N. G.
vestigati in, withheld certain facts, to the I | if any such existed, as would fasten guilt up- poisonous saliva against the late Senate In j facts that it is not so “jfram/e” after all, as
California St., (Up Stairs.) over Reanies
THOS. PAULSON, R. Sec y.
prejudice of that cmnmittce. The first that [ <m Mr. Fay. Naturally er.ough we first sum- i vestigating Committee on the Herald Fay ■“Furmer” would have the public believe,
& Wilson’s Livery Stable,
J ohn B ii ger , )
I shall notice is one that occurred prior t > j mooed lhe two proprietors of the Herald, ami matter, that he might not endanger his par- i that the committee “did not probe this thing
II. K i . ippel ,
to the bottom.” He fails to show where
11. V. H elms , J
the letter of Messrs. Semple and Patterson ! then the editor, and from none of them could sonal safetv.
Regular Robekah Degree meeting, last Monday
to the committee of October 4i.li. Substan any facts be elicited whi di amounted to m >re
T lie.se preliminary remarks arc iny apology ; ''the good chance'' to do so was.
night of each month, at 7 J o’clock p. tn.
J. W. BALDWIN'.
tially what is contained in that letter those I than mere rumor, nor could these witnesses to your readers for any comments 1 may!
May i>t. 1M>.
gentlemen asted of the committee in person tell us who did know anything about the i make upon the letter in the Weeklg Hearld, i
C. W. KAllLDK,
when it was in se-sion f>r the purpose of I matter ; except that the editor (Mr. Pennoy ¡of the 11th inst , from Line county, sigr.e 1 j
taking their testimony, After their exainina- er) from what he had heard thought Mr. ! “Farmer.” This wise “Farmer” is pleased'
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
tion was concluded they asked if they would ¡Cole could of his own knowledge testify to 1 to speak of the action of that Investigation] The Advocate publishes the following in re-
be permitte I to prut luce witnesses ; and if the I something that would substantiate the charges Committee as the “pitiful part of the h’storyj ' gard to a cure for diptheria, that most dread
JACKSONVILLE, ORECON respective parties would be allowed to appear
¡of the Her.«Id. But when brought before the of that little ineidmt,
* * * J:) the] 'd and futal disease. Tiie Bulletin copies it
Will practice in the Supreme Court, District, arvi
other Court- <>f this St ite.
in person, and by attorney, to conduct the ex : Committee Mr. Cole knew ju-t what, and no ; very last moments of the session, that com-i 1 with the recommendation of one who has
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
amination and cross examine the other wit more, than was stated by Mr. Semple, Mr. i mittee brought in a report, if it could be called used it three times. Diptheria kills its hun
Jacobs—opposite Court House square.
dreds, where small pox takes <•(! one, and if
nesses. I then and there very promptly in- Patterson and Mr. I’ennoyer.
a report, which sounded more like the cry !
DR. GEO. B. TOLMAN,
any sure and safe remedy as this is said to he,
formed the gentlemen that to produce wit
Nnw I ask the reader, in view of Mr. Sem of a motherless baby than that of the bpinion \
nesses and have them sworn ai d examined pie's letter ar.d the facts as I have given them of five grave Senators.” “It was reported •■an be ¿¡»covered, many a life can be saved.
(late Surgeon U. S. Army,)
was certainly their right, but as to whether in this letter, who showed a de-ire to stifle in to the Senate mil. if my recollection serves One of the beauties of this prescription is,
Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur,
the committee would adopt a rule to allow vestigation, or in the !a;;gt*.ig«‘. of Mr. Soni me right, they r.or any one else made any that in case of a mistake as to the nature of
ViriLL PRACTICE IN JACKSON AND
* V adjacent counties, an l attend promptly to
aving k large and well select - I the parties to be present an l by attorney to pl-, “not t > pu-h the matt<,r”or to let it “die motion f r its adoption, and it is still lying the disease, no harm will be done, as it is
all calls on pruessi- nd ! u-ines-.
ed assoitmeut of
conduct tie examination was a question it • mt from neglect ?’’ Wa- it Mr. Fay's frienJs there vet fi r the want of friends to move its equally as efficacious in ordinary sore throat.
OFFICE INI) RESIDENCE,
We are just at the change of the season, the
(the committee) must settle fir itself. Alter — the niaj >ricy of the committee—or was it adoption.”
on 4th street, op; site the M. E. Church, Jack
fur coughs, colds and sore throats, and
the gentlemen had retired, the committee took 1 Mes-rs. Semple and Patterson, wh > withheld
Upon tb.e first paragraph quoted above, I
Jan. Sth. !870.
under consideration this question, and, 1 the mimes < f their witnesses until after the shall offer no comments. If the read r will no doubt the cure spoken of may be the means
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
think by a unanimous v .to,
.te, decided not hi' day it was supposed the L'gislatuie would turn to the report an l real that with the his of much goud :
allow ilie par.ies to be present in persm or adj mrn ?
tory of lhe investigation, ai I have given it! “The fo’lowing treatment for diptheria was
Offlcc"“On I?ino «trcct
by attorney, for the obvious reason that the j 1: is idle for Mr. Patte sm and Mr. Sem in another letter, and lie then chooses to pro-' first published, I believe, by Dr. W. A.
Opposite 1 lie Old
investigation won 11 thereby be greatly frus- •jlc to assume that they and Mr. I'av were to nounee the action of that conimitte “piZ//«/,’’ I Scott, of Iowa; and in this vicinity at least,
(rated, the members of the c -mmittee b eiiev , be regarded as defandaats. Tne H:rald h :«I I am content. But “Farmer” d iub s if it it has proved a great blessing for many fami
A rkansas L ivery S tadi e .
ing themselves ful.v Competent to draw fr m made the charg < against Mr. I’ay, or against could “be called a report,” thinks “it sound- lies. If you can afford it space, it is certainly
a witness all the facts in his possession in the member of tiie L gislative A-sembly, ! ed more like the cry of a motherless bnbyj worth preserving. The brother in whose
much less time than would be occupied by I who, among other things, Lad sought to “hu I than of five grave Senators.’’ “Farmer” is possession I found it, assures me that within
E. II. GREENMAN,
the parties’ attorney. This ruling cf the miliate the nominee of the caucus. ’ 11 >w no d-mbt more familiar with the wail of these! the circle of his acquaintance it has been tried
I?liyKician. cSs Surgeon,
committee 1 verbally c< innnraic ited to one I “humiliate the nominee of the ciucu-?” . little innocents than I mil. I do not know in over one hundred cases without a single
OFFICE—At the U. S. HOTEL, on Califor
of the gentlemen, and stated to him at the I Why, by the introduction of certain-reso • that the cry of a motherless baby must ne failure :
nia Street, Jacksonville, Oregon.
same lime the reason for it as given above. lutions passed by the caucus unanimously. I cessarily be misundcis’.O id or go u nheeded, I
©&“Will practice in Jackson and adjacent coun-
G ilden Saal pulverized
ies, ar.d attend promptly to pro essional calls.
as ''official”— why wo are not informed. 'referred to must nece-sarily be the party re grace to any one, bat a fatherless baby, or Borax
Dit. A. B. OVERBECK
They certainly know 1 was chairman of tiie I ferred to by the Herald-, hence the Herald one who never Lad a father it could own, or Black Pepper
II’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR
IT G ER, Y, and will attend promptly to all calls
stood in the characters of plaintiff or prose- who could own it, is generally looked upon as Alum
on professional business. Ilis office and residence
my verbal communication as ''official In cut'ng witness and Mr. Fay defendant.
a reproach upon somebody. Of such is “Far Nitrate potash
Mr. Semple s;.ys : “It will be seen from mer's” letter. But, “they nor anyone else Salt
The Overbeck Hospital,
the above copious extracts from the Senate
On Oregon Street, Jacksonville. Oregon
Put all into a com m in sized teacup or ves-
derstood to be composed of Mr. Fay’s friends, proceedings, that the committee was not able tion.
a motion for the adoption of se| which holds about four oeces, and pour
JAMES D. FAY.
»• ■ • «BA.
and nt the outset they were eager for the in to make a report exonerating Mr. Fay from the report had been made and carried, what'half full <f boiling water. Stir well and then
FAIT A RE A.
vestigation, yet after a long time they were the charges alleged to have been against would have been neemup i-hed ? Vv lint was g|| fu|| with good vinegar. Fit for Use wbeu
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
unable to find a verdict of not guilty.” In I him by the Herald.” Now, sir, what was the there to adopt? As far as possible during my j it settles.
Attorneys and Counsellors-at.Law,
what sense does Mr. Semple desire it to be I province of that committee? Did that coni-j b.ief Senatorial career, I avoided consuming
OFFICE—In Court Home, up stairs.
por a swab, notch one end of a small stick
I mittee have power to try Mr. Fay upon the , the time of the benatc in mak'ng tnoli ms or m.d wrap it with a strip of cotton cloth, let-
Will practice in the Supreme anl other Courts
were friends of Mr. I’ay? Docs he desire j charges preferred by lhe Herald? lfso.it] speeches. unless s unething was to be gained, ting the cloth project hall an inch beyond
of this State.
.the reader to conclude that this friendship for : had power to enforce lhe penalty if proved ] a step taken in the right direction with thelt|ie en(j (,f the stick.
Particular attention paid to the collection I
Mr. Fay was so great, and their sense of duty ¡guilty, and if it had attempted the exercise ofj view that something might be accomplished. ] Swab the mouth and throat well every half
of Claims Agnim-t the Federal and State Govern
ments, the Entry of yL ind* under the Pre-emption
to a public trust so small, 'hat they would, at -uch poweiS, I apprenend it would have sub For what purp ise was this committee raised? |iour, if the case is bad ; every hour if not
and Homestead Law*, aud to the Entry ot Mineral
the expense of their honor ns Senators, shie d jected itself to the ceosu-e of the Senate. i what was its business? Was the result of bad.
Lodes under the recent Act of Congress.
. When the patient gets better, every
Mr. Fay from public censure when proof of The committee did, so far at least as it had I its labors to be " fi.ee grave Senators?' lhe two hours ; when still better, two or three
DR. W. JACKSON,
his guilt was affirmed? I can account for time and info, ination upon which t» act, just committee did not so view it ; that committee
I times a day till well which will be from two
these and other lines in his letter upon no what the Senate that create ! it intended it believed its duty to be to investigate a cer-
to seven days. In swabbing be careful to
Dental Rooms in building formerly occupied by
other hypothesis. If so, he does the commit should do— which
touch every part and let some of the wash be
Dr. E. H. Greenman, corner California and Fifth
tec great injustice.
Streets. All styles of Dental work done on short
from sworn evidence aud report the same to the facts and report these facts to the Senate. swallowed each time. Swab well and a feel
notice, at reduced prices. Particular attention
In that part of Mr. Semple’s letter imme the Senate. This it did, Did the facts I [ This it did. And if that report was more
ing of relief will follow each swabbing.
given to the regulation of children’s teeth. Teeth
diately following the publication of this letter gathered from this sworn evidence establish I • barren of facts th in the one or the other of
extracted without paiu by the use vf the late
Let each patient have a separate swab and
method of local una^thosia. A.l work warranted.
of the 4th of October to (he committee Mr. Mr. Fay’s guilt? If not. then the Senate did the parties desired it should be, the blame
wash, as the disease is undoubtedly infectious.
Semple d splays the bad taste of referring to right to pronounce him innocent, for in con does not lie at tiu door of the committee, but
Nov. 20th, I860.
Keep the wash pure by pouring what you
"rumors” and informations "incidentally” templation of law, the accused is to be re at the door of the party to the controversy, can tTsfcach time into another vessel ; also
obtained, and puiades them as facts, to the garded as innocent until his guilt is estab i who delayed from the 37th of September to ,
wipe the swab every time you take it from the
effect, “That the position taken by us [Sem lished. But Mr. Semple seems grieved that the 22d of Octob >r to furnish the committee ,
ple and PuitersonJ had no dashed the Confi the committee did not establish Mr. Fay’s with the names of witnesses,
Rub the outside of the throat well every
dence of Mr. Fay’s friends (a majority of the guilt. This it could not do without witnesses
“Furmer” says, “1 have no doubt be (Fay) three
or four hours, with the following lini
commitiee, of course), that they had chosen to swear to fiftts that would show him guilty. feels thankful t> the committee that he was ,
not to push the matter.” “Toward the close As I have shown, the committee took the able to fuddle some of them into a controversy (
aving located in J acksonville ,
of the session, however, a rumor was current necessiry steps to ascertain where the proof with the Herald whilst this investigation was Spirits
informs the citizens of this place and vicinity
that he is now prepared to take orders for all kinds
that the Committee would make a report ar was to come from. The proprietors of the ponding, thereby making it more certain that Sweet oil (linseed oil)
ot gents’ and boy’s clothing at reasonable prices.
raigning the Herald in mild terms for indis Herald gave to the committee no names of they would not search for the truth in the Aqua ammonia
Mix. and shake well before using each
cretion, and whitewashing Mr. Fay.” “Feel witnesses until the 22 1 of October, and after matter.” Now, the only member of that
C lkanin « and R epairing done.
ing that such a report would be unjust, and lhe day fixed for adjournient, knowing lull committee who had any controversy with the time, Keep the flannel cloth around the
July 2d, 187»._____________
Chat it could not be bused on a full itivesli well that at that late day no session of the Herald, was myself, and the imputation that neek till well. Keep the bowels regular by
PAMPHLETS, gatioc, we concluded to submit to the injus
using castor oil. The patient must remain in
committee could oe hail ; for it will be borne I \stss fuddled into it by Mr. Fay or anyone
tice of surrendering our right to appear and in mind I trust, at least, by the impartial else, is an unmitigated falseli md. No one the house, but the room should be well venti-
cross examine witnesses, &c.” “Aecoidingly reader, that wher. this c >mmittee was np- but the writer saw or heard of either of those |hted.”
we sent to the Committee a second communi puinbd on the 27th of September, busings letters until they rea l them in the Heraldf I The above treatment will be found sufficient
in all cases if taken in time, and should you
cation, of which the following is a copy,”
was then accumulating very rapidly in the And more thm this, the first letter was writ
mistake any sore throat f>r diphtheria, you
Now. Sir, a perusal of that “second” letter Senate; that two of the members were mem ten and published before this committee was
hoice liquors AND CIGARS CON-
will effect a cure most invariably.
•taotly on hand.
will disclose the fact that Me-srs. Semple & bers uf the Jubiciary Committee; that one of appointed. So very little of that controversy
And all other kinds of printing required
to be done in the community, on
An Irishman recently suliloqtiixed : “W hat
Patterson did not propose to surrender their these, nnd another, was on the Enrolling was had “pe/tdu*^ Me investigation.” Rut,
very reasonable tern».
(usaumed) right to “appear in person and Committee, and all h.id as much committee again, “Fariuer”esuys : I think the greatest a waste <»’ ’ money to ho buying mate when
You who want Job Printing done, give cross examine witnesses.” It will be borne work on hand outside of this investigating
effort on the part of a portion .,f the commit- you know half of ithbone, while you can
12 -2 Cents.
us a call, and we will ratisty you both in etyieand
iu mind that this “second letter” is dated committee as they could well perform with- tee was to see if they could Dot make a case'spind it for rum that basn t a bone in it.
J.lj l’t'o, 1869.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
NEW & FANCY TYPE,
RAILRO AD_SALOON !
umili tn ihib unii