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JACKSONVILLE, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1871.
(SPEECH OP HON. D. W. VOORHEES. crime
[We give below some leading extracts
a speech delivered at Louisville, Ky.,
■ P. Vries i Prosecuting Attorney. H. K. Hanna.
Jackson County— Circuit Court, Second Monday
Corner of Stark aud Front Street*,
August 5th, 1871, and regret that our
tn February anil November. County Court, first
will not allow its entire publica
Monday in each month.
tion. It enunciates political truths
County OJU^tr*— Judge. L. J- C. Duncan ;
ZIEHER <t HOLTON, PROPRIETORS.
worthy of the deepest reflection of every
Clark, Sila* J. Day ; Sheriff, Henry Klippel ;
Deputy Sheriff. E. D. Foudray ; Treasurer, John
American citizen.— E d . T imes .]
Jleuber ; Assessor, David Redpath : County Com.
Ladies and Gentlemen, and Fellow-
Call at J. Neuber’s
tnissioners, John S. Herrin, Thomas Wright;
Citizens of Kentucky: I attribute your
School Superintendent, Wm. M. Turner ; Survey
kind greeting, your enthusiastic wel
or, J. S. Howard ; Coroner. L. Ganung.
to the good neighborship which
Jccbfunlh Preeinet.— Justice of the Peace,
nd see iiis fine stock of new has always existed between the States of
James R. Wade ; Constabla, N. Stephenson.
Goods direct from the manufacturers, Indiana and Kentucky, rather than to
Tow* of JaefaonrtVl*.—'Trustees, James A. Wil-
j 11 e has a fine lot o
any partiality I deserve at your hands.
MB, N. Fisher. Lewis Zigler, John Bilger and J. Howlxis Xk9Eaaola 1 xx• xa
[Applause.] I am here for the purpose
R. Howard : Recorder, U. 8. liaydeu ; Treas
Prices from |20 to $110, cash.
of engaging your attention for a snort
urer, Henry Pap* ; Marshal, James P. McDaniel
time upon the questions upon which we
A New Lot of
are mutually interested, questions upon
Ojfictri. —Judge, J. B. Sifer* ; Sheriff, AMERICAN LEVER WATCHES which there can be no difference of opin
Daniel L. Green ; Clerk, Charles Hughes ; Asses
Just from the Factory.
ion because State lines and rivers sepa
sor, R. K. Foley; Treasurer, Wm. Naucke;
rates us; questions in which we are all
Commissioners, Thomas G. Pattersun, H. Wood- He is agent for the best Rifles and Pistols made,
up as citizens of the United States.
woek; School Superintendent, R. R. Middle*-
among which is the
time since a distinguished Sen
HENRY RIFI j E.
own State entertained the
Joatpkine County.— Circuit Court, 2d Monday Which repeats FIFTEEN TIMES with once load
with an elaborate de
in April and Fourth Monday in October. County
fense of the present Federal Administra
Court, First Monday in January, April, July and
All kinds of Watch and Clock Cleaning and tion. I am here to-night to submit some
thoughts to you in the same regard. Let
Repairing done to order at half price.
Jacksonville, May 13, 1865.
us see w’hether this Administration,
which already boldly announces that it is
to prolong itself for four years more, is
to the confidence and respect of
JACKSONVILLE LODGE N«. !•
the American people.
F irst J udicial D istrict .— Circuit Jud^e, P.
( kkpt ox thk kuropkan plan ,)
is prevalent, why have not Rad
ical officers enforced the laws through the
Radical judges and Radical attorneys
and the power of the Courts ? This law
was not made because of the existing
state of affairs in the South, but for the
Eurpose of having an engine of despotism
y which to prolong and perpetrate polit
ical power. [Applause.]
THE OLD DOMINION.
Not only do we see the charges refuted
by Radical Governors and Radical Legis
latures, but what else ? Virginia, the
conservative Virginia, that headed the
struggles of the South, in whose bosom is
more buried valor than in any other
equal space of ground the sun shines up
on—[prolonged applause]—where heroes
surpassing those of whom • Homer anng
met and clashed their swords, bled and
died. [Applause.] Why, it is not even
pretended tliat there is disorder there. I
am a member of the Ku Klux Commit
tee—that national coroner’s jury. [ Laugh
ter and applause.] I never hear of any
charge against Virginia or her people ;
there is no disorder within her great
borders, and all Is peace and quietness;
and why ? Because conservatism pre
vails in her councils, while plunder, spec
ulation, fraud and crime prevail in offi
cial position in other Southern States.
[Applause.] In one is peace and order,
in the other, disorder.
now exists in the South ? You can find
no such instance. There is no parallel
in all history. The people of these States
have resumed their normal condition,
gone back to the channels of industry,
rebuilt their homes, towns, churches,
school houses and seminaries of learning,
reassembled their beloved ones beneath
their roofs, erected the torn down stan
dard of civilization. I justify no breach
of law; I denounce all. But I would
seek the cause of disorder. It becomes
our duty to see whether the people have
done better or worse than others would
have done under the same circumstances.
[Applause.] Whether they have done
better or worae than Senator Morton
would have done if similarly situated.
And yet, arising out of this state of af
fairs, by that atrocious law by which, as
I have described, the President may, at
his malignant pleasure, (for he is not a
man of mild temper) decide that the peo
ple are not conducting themselves in a
manner to suit him, march an army
against them, and make civil war in our
midst. This law the Senator from Indi
ana crosses the river to defend; and I
cross the river to denounce it as the worst
law that has ever disgraced the annals of
any civilized government for more than
two thousand years. [Applause.]
There is no liberty except by law.
There is no liberty by sufferance. That
is the capricious tenure by which slaves
hold their rights from masters. And
when I point you to a statute empower
ing the President to make war upon his
fellow citizens, to imprison them at his
own pleasure, I point you to the absolute
overthrow of American liberty.
But the Radical party is to be defend
ed. What else has it done? They pass
ed yet another law of equal, if not superi
or infamy. It is sometimes known as
the “force bill,” and sometimes as
^as* LEGAL TENDERS taken at par fee
ballot-box. While the machinery is not
yet put in operation, I Invoke the peo
ple not only here, but as far as my word*
can go, to arouse to action. I implore
them to save the purchase of our fathers*
blood. Act while yet you can. Work
while it is called day, for the night may
suddenly come when all your labors will
be in vain.
We heard much during the war about
saving the country. I desired to save it
with its broad foundation unbroken.
When that was done, I desired to save
the jewel that was in the casket. I de
sire to save the soul as well as the body.
I, do not wish to see my country with the
spirit of vitality crushed out. Without
that it is no longer a free countiy.
Whether you call it America or R um !*,
your liberty is gone when that is done.
Now you can boast as did the Romans of
old. But let these laws be enforced, and
instead of the cry, ‘‘I am an American
citizen,” calling forth a response of admi
ration, it will call forth the hisses aad
the scorn of the whole earth, that a peo
ple once so proud and free could thus al
low themselves to be trampled upon,
For the information of those seeking to
enter mining ground, we herewith pub
lish the following circular from the Gel**
eral Land Office:
How is it in North Carolina? She has
D epartment of the I nterior ,)
the most violent and infamous Rad
olds its regular meetings on
G eneral L and O ffice , July V
ical Government in all the South. She
every Saturday evening at the Odd Fellow*’
I shall deal plainly on this occasion. lies on the border of Virginia; their
Hall. Brother* in good standing are invited to
G entlemen : Information ha« been
I 1 boundaries meet and embrace ; why is it
EDWIN SMITH, N. G.
gainsayed. Truth exists in political af that crime prevails in one and not the
called for as to the fees to which Regis-*
HENRY KLIPPEL, R. Sec’y.
fairs as well as in others. There are other? Is it not because the one is the
tere and Receivers are entitled for ser
J ohn B ilokr ,
truths in regard to the government which worst governed country beneath the sun,
vices in acting upon mining claims. The
8. J. D ay ,
Cor. Third <k Ca). sts., (opposite the U. >9. Hotel,) have been established by long ages—by
following is therefore communicated for
I saac S achs ,
and the other blest with a fair and hon
the discoveries of science, certain great est rule? [Applause.]
the government of all concerned :
Regular Rebekah Degree meeting, last Monday
JACK ON VILLE, OREGON.
truths have been established, certain im
night of each month, at 71 o'clock p. m.
In the 15th section of the act of Con
“THE BAYONET AT THE BALLOT BOX.”
portant questions connected with the
May 1st, 1869.
approved July 9th, 1870, “To amend
Do you tell me that there are disorders
physical universe have been disclosed.
This is a measure by which the Feder an act granting the right of way to ditch
Oregouiau, Pocahontas. Tribe No. 1, Im JOHN NOLAND, PROP’R. And so in regard to political affairs in in South Carolina? You have had the al Government usurps control of every and canal owners over the public lands,
proved Order of Red Men,
their highest sense, in their highest sig beauties of Radicalism there in perfec ballot box throughout the land. There and for other purposes,” it is declared
nificance, in their highest walks. Cer tion ; you have had negro equality in all was a time when the life of a Federal offi “That Registers and Receivers shall re
OLD their stated council* at Odd Fellows’ Hall,
the third sun in each seven suns, at the 8tb
tain vital principles have been establish its phases ; you have colored judges, ne cer approaching the voting precinct to ceive the same fees for services under
groes sent to the halls of Congress. It supervise it, to count the ballot as it went
run. A cordial invitation to all brothers in good
IQUOR' by the glass, bottle, demijohn, or keg. ed ; men have died for them on the bat
E. D. FOUDRAY, 8.
would seem that there is crime and out in, to inspect it as it came out, would not this act as are provided by law for like
The proprietor of this old stand was the first tle fields unnumbered.
services under other acts of Congress.”
Jos. H. H vzrr . C. of R.
Let us see what some of them are, and rage ; and we have been constantly told i have been worth the passing breeze ; he
to bring liquors down to a bit a drink nine years
Now, the mining act is substantially a
ago in Jacksonville. I will be happy to have my then let us determine whether the au
would have been looked upon as the em pre-emption law, as the occupant, under
friends call and see me. The best kinds ef wines, thorities now in power are abiding by tee to go in and investigate. T am asked
issary of the past; a spy from some for the local customs of miners, is the only
liquors and cigars always on hands. Families sup
and enforcing these truths or whether to investigate the condition of South Car eign country come to bring our institu person privileged to purchase, and an
plied with the best and purest in the market, a-
they are trampling them into the dust olina and not Virginia. Why so? The tions into contempt; and yet this party application for a patent under the min
DR. A. B. OVERBECK
with contempt. [Applause.] Is it not a one governed by men politically in sym lias dared to lift its head in Kentucky.
Jacksonville, July 12th. 1871.
ing statute assimilates to a declaratory
tl’ILL PRACTICE MEDICINE AND SUR-
truth that the habeas corpus has been pathy with the Senator from Indiana.
in the case of entries under thc
TT GERY, aud will attend promptly to all calls
The committee is sent to investigate in Federal officers are appointed to spy upon
on professional business. His office and residence
a free government ? Can a free govern his garden of thistles and of noxious the ballot box in every town of 20,000 in
to apply to the
ment exist without that great right in | weeds; but in my garden, inmyvine- habitants, and they have power to call provisions, as to fees in general pre-emp
The Overbeck Hospital,
mv I moral
... I anti pleasure. If
behalf ot the citizen by which he may I ! liimrns
tion cases, to the special pre-emptions
On Oregon Street. Jacksonville. Oregon.
'■NHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
I happiness in the stricken fields of Vir- with or obstructed, he can call on the under the mining act. lienee, Registers
Dr. L. T. DAVIS,
I fully inform the Ladies of Jacksonville and and imprisonment? The answer of every 1 ginia.
and Receivers in-thff States of California,
nearest military post, and the common- Oregon and Nevada, and in the Territo
vicinity, that they have just arrived from San . schoolboy, who has read the history of
ia rPAilv nnnn : I am tol<! there is disorder in Texas; I mander must obey. That was embriced
Francisco with a well assorted stock of Millinery I the struggles for liberty, i
ries of Washington, Colorado, New Mex
and Straw Goods, and will constantly keep on ( his lips ; the blood of the bravoat
and ' ■ r®IK‘at of ller what I have already said of in the twelfth section of the bill. I drew ico, Arizona, Idaho and Montana, a»* en
head the lato*fr styles ef H at », B onnkt », H ats best sons of men respond from the ground
Opposite I ho Old
attention to that section in the House, titled to charge applicants for ftiining
an i B onnkt S hape *.
in every age ; and yet what do we see in ism. The Radical fruits of the war are and in the shape it first wore it startled ; patents, at the date of filing the diagram
Also a fine a-sortment of
the last Congress? With a majority sup i there inabundance. What do they mean some leading Republicans whose names or making the application, the sum of
A rkansas L ivery S tabi e .
porting the present Administration, it • by the fruits of the war ? They are much I could give. They organized a move three dollars, being one dollar and fifty
passed a law by which the President may like Dead Sea apples, glittering with al ment to strike it out. Names and terms cents eaeh to the Register and Receiver.
FLO WE IIS,
say, at his will and pleasure, at any time, lurement on the outside, they turn to were changed, an 1 instead of calling on I For taking testimony, either in form
that there is no such right for you within dust and bitter ashes on the lip and taste. the army, the Federal election officers , of affidavits or in writing out the an
DK. W. JACKSON.
Tako West Virginia in comparison : were directe 1 to call upon the pisse com-
the broad boundaries of this great repub
Texas; torn from the mother State, I itatus. During the discussion, Mr. Bing swers of witnesses, they are allowed the
lic. In the so-called
and which I denounce as unlawful. The ham, the author of the bill said, “The joint charge of twenty-two and one-half
Dental Room# in buibbn i f rmerly occupied by
per hundred words, these being the
first time her people had a chance to vote power to call out the military was thus cents
KU KLUX DILL
Dr. E. 11. Green tn an. corner California and Fifth
in the act of Congress ap-
Street*. All stylrs of beutal work done on short
provision is made that the President of as a free people,
- , they , broke
, _ away from still retained, though it was disguised j proved March 21st, 1861, “Amendatory
notice, nt reduced price.*. Particular attention
the United States shall suspend at his1 Radicalism and embraced Democratic under a milder name.”
(of thc Homestead Law, and for other
given to the regulation of children'll teeth. Teeth
will anil pleasure the only power by i principles. The moment that was done,
Nor do they intend that this shall be purposes,” (U. S. Statutes, vol. 13, p. 35,)
extracted without pain by the use af the late
which the arrested person in America. every 1*ederal soldier was withdrawn confined to towns of 20,000 inhabitants ’ which we assimilate to services as to
method of local anaotberia. A.l work warranted.
PEARL BEADS, can cause inquiry to be made as to the ' from her soil, and she lias lived in peace
alone, in the ordinary sense of that term. mining claims.
and other articles in our line too numerous to nature of the offence for which he is re-1a,?u. °rd.er' . [Cheers.]
She was filled Towns,
Ina New England sense, are con
Nov. 20th. 1869.
Then the claimant has to pay the ex
embrace not mere incorporated pense of surveying the claim and making
MISSES A. F. and L. A. KENT.
by which the President can lock the pris- Radicalism, soldiers guarded every pomt m
but what we call townships in the 1 ! a plat thereof, the cost of the publication
Jacksonville. March 25th. 1870.
on doors of all America, and there is no as you passed over the mo intains ou the 01 West. The intention of this bill is that of the notice in the newspaper, and five
judge who can unlock them and bring Haltimore and Ohio R tilroad. Go now 1 not only the citizens of Louisville, In- I dollars per acre for the surface ground
he undersigned have establish -
the prisoner forth, and let him be tried and you will find them all gone, for the 1 dianopolis and New Albany, but the embraced by the survey.
*a' a Real Estate Agency in connection with
or inquiry made as to his offense. The reason that the Democratic party is keep townships of the two States, and all oth
Such are the items of expense incident
their taw Office, and are prepared to buy and aell
Senator from Indiana defends that law. ing peace there. The Democratic State er States shall have Federal emissaries to to obtaining a patent for a mining claim,
real eatate in thia and adjoining c<>unt<ea. Recorda
I denounce it in the name of truth. [Ap Government is repairing the shattered
aearcbed and abstract* <>f title prepared with dis
hilo gasman takes this method plause.] I denounce it in the name of fortunes of its people and all its prosperi stand guard over their polls. They have so far as the United States or its officers
patch and accuracy. Partie* at a distance can
gone so deep in crime that they intend are concerned.
of informing his friends, and the public gen
communicate with u* by addressing
coming up from the blood of the ty. Its fruits I love to contemplate. The to wipe out State government. In the
From the foregoing it will be seen that
FAY A REA,
fornia Street, opposite the United States Hotel, Sidneys, the Russells and Hampdens, all Senator from my State cannot point to Southern States there has not been a free the fees payable to the Register and Re
giving testimony to its infamy. As cer- Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina, and fair election since the last gun was ceiver by the mining applicant are:
where may be found at all times the best of—
April 22, 1871.
tain as truth is’stronger than error, as Mississippi, Arkansas and other States, flred in Virginia. [Applause.] If the
1st. $1.50 to each for filing diagram
B. B. WATSON.
certain as justice is mightier than wick- and show nP the evidences of prosperity, Conservative element has triumphed it and application.
C. W. KABLKR.
(Fresh A Corned) edness and crime, so certain must it fall but rather gigantic fraud, stupendous lar-
2d. 22J cents per hundred words for
has been in spite of unparalleled villainy.
to the ground, or human liberty cannot cenies, and unhallowed crimes of every The Radical leaders have reduced fraud reducing testimony to writing, under the
KAHLEB A WATSON,
crime and hue. That is his picture ; I in elections to a system. They have principle laid down in the 4th and 6th
P°*nt to the other.
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law,
elected their ring-streaked, striped, pie sections of the said Homestead Act of
Men tell you not to trust the Demo- bald and spotted adherents. [Laughter.] March 21st, 1864, should the applicant
passed by the last Congress, and to-day
all the people of America, out of prison cratic Party- ? am calling witnesses They have sent white and black together desire it taken down by those officers in
and from under arrest are enjoying their aKa*n8tthe Radical party, and I call nine to Congress.
stead of by themselves or other persons
rights by the let and permission, not of States in which it has held unbroken
Will practice in the Supreme Court. District, and
Now they are clutching more power in the presence of the land officers.
law, not of the great inherent liberty of 8waY 8ince the clo8e of the war- I 8how with which to carry elections every
other Courts of tbit Stat*.
The other payments required of appli
the Constitution, but because a very small Fou a system °f plunder. I prove by where by force and fraud, and to the ex cants for mining patents are :
OFFICE—In building formerly occupied by 0.
man at Washington, clothed with much I Senator Morton himself that they are tent they dare, force and fraud will be
Jeer, ba—opposite Court House square.
3d. To the Receiver, the sum $5 and
power, has not yet seen fit to suspend ithc worst members of our sisterhood. I employed In the North, as it has been in $2.50 per acre, respectively, for lode and
D. ■. BXA.
JAM«* D. PAT.
this great writ and imprison the people at iturn and cal1 witnesses for the Democrat- the South. Am I drawing a picture of placer claims, as shown by the final sur
FAY A BE A
his will. What he may do hereafter is ic party- I call first the old State of Vir- fancy ? Far from it. Had I the power, vey, and
SAUSAGES, Jac., Ate.
in the bosom of the future to determine. 18lnia» the most afflicted of all, placing there is no necessity to do so. The real
4th. A deposit, in favor of the U. S.
Attonejs and Counsellors-at.Law,
I appeal to you whether, in the whole Iher government in the hands of conser- view is more horrible than any coloring Treasurer, according to existing instruc
Jacksonville, Ogn., April 15th, 1871.
range of despotic government, power has vative men. And now even Butler, of I could give it. Here is a law by which tions, of the amount estimated by the
OFFICE—Ia Court Honse, up stairs.
ever been given to one man to determine Massachusetts, dares not wag his tongue the Federal soldiers will sooner or later Surveyor General to cover the actual ex
Will practice io the Supreme and other Courts
first what portion of his subjects are in or P°int his finger at her in menace or come to your polls with gun, cartridge- penses of survey, plat and cost of publi
of this State.
ye between Conversa- box and battery. The Senator from In
revolt, without consultation with any-'assault- . Choose F®
in governing the diana calls this blessed. It is accursed— cation of notice.
A* Particular attention paid to the collection
These arc the only charges, fees, or
war at his own pleasure, upon anybody State. Gentlemen, in all my reading, I thrice accursed of God and man. Those emoluments
•of Claim* against the Federal and State Govern-
which, by law or regulations,
cnenta, the Entry of Lands under the Pre-emption
whenever and wherever he pleaæs. Such have never heard of such government as who justify it will pull down the pillars the Register and Receiver have any
«nd Homestead Laws, and to the Entry of Mineral
is the Ku Klux Bill, by w’hich the last the people have been cursed with under of this government, unless you pull them right to exact from the mining applicant,
Oregon street, opposite Overbeck’s Hospital,
Loda« under the recent Act of Congress.
Radical rule in the South. When I
Congress empowered the President.
and tear the law from your statute and none other must be charged or re
was a boy at college, I remember my in down
JACKSONVILLE, OGN. islation ? Here is the ax laid to the root dignation was aroused, and the tear start books and burn it to ashes. [Applause.] ceived under any circumstances.
Can you tell me where freedom ever ex
Very respectfully, your obedient ser
of the tree. The right to call for Federal ed, when I read Cicero’s history of Verres isted without a free ballot box? Let
Jos. S. W ilson , Commissioner,
aid, if needed, already existed in the Con in Sicily. Why Verres would be a mere your mind range wide in space and time,
he undersigned , having fully
stitution of the United States. Any Gov
and tell me, if you can, where a govern
refitted this >ld and favorite place of resort, pearson
c ntyre ernor
An extract from a letter of Hon, A. A,
of a State can call for Federal as there. His plunder would not be made ment has ever so existed. Go to their
now offers the ve-y best of liquors and segars at
sistance whenever he finds it necessary
tombs, where free institutions lie buried, Sargent, author of the new Mineral Land
12 1-2 CENTS.
to enable him to enforce the law. The newspaper item. Ransack all history to and they will answer: “We fell because Law, bearing upon its main features, is
The Saloon is commodious, the billiard tables
Legislature, when it is in session can do find a people who have been trampled the right of the people to govern by an
«re ef the latest and most improved pattern, and
given in connection with the above :
on and plundered as these, and the same
th« wants of guests promptly supplied.
prevailed. I know who is untrammeled ballot was taken away.
The bill puts the miner on a level with
SENATOR MORTON’S CHARGES.
rpHIS favorite stable has been reopened and
to blame and God knows. History tells The voting place, the manner of collect the farmer, by enabling him to buy his
ÖO Pointe* of Bllllaràw For Drinks.
The Senator from Indiana cries out me another story, and it is this: No ing the popular sentiment, was suppress land as well as the farmer. Before only
there are wide-spread ravages in the people over whose soil conquered and tri- ed.” Armed men struck down the liber the latter could do it, and the only pro
Those knowing themselves indebted to me will
—crime, rapine and murder stalk < umphant armies have marched, ever ties of Greece. The armies of Napoleon tection of the former was a miserable sys
do well to call without delay and settle, as I must
abroad, startling and menacing all peace * conducted themselves with so much pro trampled upon the liberties of France. tem of affidavit filing, which terminated
haver money, and that soon.
ful citizens. Can this be true ? At
Àt the priety, so much dignity, so much for- Cromwell darkened the dawning of Eng nothing, and left the miner liable to be
passed nine of the ' bearance as the Southern people.— lish liberty, and to-night, citizens of frequently summoned to the land offioe
___1 [Applause.] Show me where all the America, your Constitution Is torn, the to snow that his claim Is, or continues to
eleven States that were _ in
SADDLE HORSES Radical Legislatures and Radical State bonds of society have been broken ! Fa- writ of habeas corpus is no protection ; be, worth more for mining than agricul
officers. If there were any ’ violations thers and brothers enlisted In the army, you may be imprisoned at any moment, ture.
For hire on reasonable terms.
tneir borders, wh;
why was there or driven from home, women flying to your ballot boxes may be closed. And
Complaint Is made of the necessity of
LL persons indebted to the undersigned, ther
Legislatures the woods to avoid approaching armies; all this by Radical legislation.
publishing and posting on the claims an
by note or acoount, are notified that th* best
The largest corral in the town ia attached to ths upon the Federal authorities for assist- houses burned down and property de-
SAVE THE COUNTRY.
thing (Jiey ea* do is to pay up, a* we are compelled
advertisement ; but this is intended as a
stable. Teamsters will find ample accommoda
to have money, and it must come from those who tion for their animals at *11 times. Horace board ance ? Why is it they have made no stroyed; show me where all this happen-
Is there a hope of change and redemp protection to lhe miner in possession of a
owe «*,«»</ tAat soon.
ORTH A GENNINA.
outcry for Federal help if riot and blood- ed, and was so immediately followed with tion ? I answer that I shall hope until claim, to prevent its being patented io
ed on reasonable terms.
Jacksonville, August 19th, 1871.
shed prevailed within their borders ? If peace and order—such peace and order as the people arc actually driven from the
PEARSON A McINTTRE.
[Continued on fourth papc.}
Pioneer Bit House,
NEW MEAT MARKET!
LIVERY STABLE !
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