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YAMHILL COUNTY REPORTER
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Mc WIN N VILLE, OKEGOV FRIDAY, APRIL 43, 1*79
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A colony of 200 Swiss people has
We give below |«ortiou* of tlie Speecli
California's new Constitution, just lamieu at New York, en route lor Cali
- >tne '
r people to ¡earn that “tax-
f-n and lyianny" have been ’iaed as of Senator Blaineon the Army Appro hatched out, seems to suit her just fornia.
Terms of Subscription for the R eporter and '
o vmoiis terms. Although we as j priation Bill, delivered in the Senate about as a brood of young ducks suits
Arms and improved rifle* are lieing
C ourier combined, are re follows :
TilK EAGLE BASE BALL Cl.Ulf
7 ciis of the most liberty-loving; on the 14th. inst., ami from a love of an old hen. Our m ighbors can't tell siiippe I at New York to South Africa
Tll.lliE roil 1879,
the principle found in tlie olii maxim, anything good alirut their constitu for tlie Zulus.
Per Year, lx A dvance
....$2 30 - try anti government in tbe world Audi alteram partem, we also give the
Of McMinnville, will furnish the opportunity
tion, but, on the contrary, tlie press
Belgium is considering tlie advisa
.ve too much “ taxation,” we can
At end of 3 months.. 2 60
speech of Senator Withers in reply. without exception so far as we have bility of u custom* union with Fram e,
Atend of 6 months.. 2 7.'
Both of these speeches are worthy of means to observe, is a unit iu de
BROS., GRAND BALL, AT MOHAWK HALL
, y,” except that which we in-
careful perusal, and slioW how tile nouncement of it. We quote briefly a jective system.
At end of Year.......... 3 O'
öii the evsningf of
i iij on ourselves by our evil pas-
It is estimated that the amount of
matter is viewed from both |>olitieal few expressions I
-i. ns and extravagant habits.
capital invested in all lhe railroads in
A learned man named Giugla Sten-
Nearly every article of tlie proposed in the world is about sixteeu thousand
new Constflution, if adopted, will se million dollars.
i«- We shall toon send statement» to all na, in tlie beginning of tlie last centu
He laid he held in bis h «nd an ubstrset of all riously ate-ct and undo nil bram-hes of
Hundreds of Chinese landing at
upon whom this table of figures has any beur- ry, published a dictionary in the Tus the lro..)H of the United Suites east of Omaha, business in Ilia Stale.— Pacijln Appeal.
Sparing no attention, and leaving nothing un
One of nur Firm now being in San Francisco, done that will contribute to the enjoyment and
San Fram-isco on the arrival of every
ing, and in the meantime it any of them cannot can tongue, wherein lie used the words iccluding the States bordering on the Mississippi
comfort of all participants.
comprehend the object of it let them call at “Grand Duke” and “tyranny” as river on the west, embracing a territory popu system, l>y destroying the efficacy of steamer from China. One stswiner our goods »re now arriving on every »learner.
Prof. Henry ami his excellent u moosic ” will
lated by 41,000,000 at least 01 the 45 1100,000
brought about 600 last week.
oat nig bought
this office and we thiuk we can give them a synonymous. This lexicographer had sup|>«ed to be in this country tnolay. By this the teacher*, by abolishing uillformi-
be there, and de|»end upon it there will be good,
wholesome, respectable recreation for all at
be showed that n :t!l this gre.a t-rri- | ty in texljuioks, ami making ail im
plain understanding of the subject.
lhe mortification to see liis work sup statement
tory only 2,877 soldiers are stationed. Within passable gulf between
llie higher lias expressed si rung «lea ire l<> vi.it heavy failures I here, n mi cun give our Patrons tendants.
At any rate, don’t come at the end of pressed and publicly burned. He un this domain forty live fortiiii-ations are manned i schools and the University.— Record Canada, and that it is likely »be will the benefit thereof. As we are only buying Ibr
So now, come and be gav,
cash in hand, can hold out better inducements
t)-j t.n Me. .y Day—or words t<» that effect.
do so tlie coming sutuiuer.
three or six months or a year, and expect to doubtedly had his patience taxed by end eleven arsenals protected. To every mil i Union.
than most any house in the Country, as well as
C ommittee .
lion of people there are about sixty soldiers.
aotlle your aubecription at the rate of $2 50 a such a demonstration of tyranny. At
» i to
’» i tmeiness,
’unjnrw,< Cana«llai) readers hive to pay flv® in Portland. We are already iu receipt of a
have __ an - eye
The honorable _____
Senator from ______
year. The whya and whe-efores it is unneces a still prior time, a Roman Senator alarmed about the ©verriding <d th« popxUr I and of coimKe they can see that with cents «liity on each copy of nny ot our large lot of
sary for u» to explain, here.
levied a tax on salt, aud tie received ballot by troops ■( the United State«, but there | a new C«ibgtitution, ami such a one, magazines. Tli«-lr
DONEATIC AWD FA.XCY I-IOB",
is not a single FederalauJiher in Delaware. Tbe ;
rise to many biller complaints,
tlie till* of “Salinator” instead of honorable Senator fro n West Virginia (Here I the profesHor» will have a fuller thiii/r
Senator. Though Illis tax provided ford) ha<l Bp>ken of his slate being trodden by Spanish grants ami the UMite«j States wanjg t|ie movement to nominate
RUSSI AIM HHUTALITIEN,
the iron heel of h military despotism, but there |
an army and gained an im|xirtant vic is not a solitary man iu United Stales uniform | Land Commission oun Fruncitsco Qrant, ami thinks there is nothing in
One of the heaviest charges made tory, he received only tlie execrations 1 on
excitement will die
lhe soil of West Virginia.
In the entire Merchant __________________________ 1
against the Russian official adminis of the people. In the lime of Henry South, said Mr. Blaine, there ure 1,155 soldiers
Tlie new Constitution professes to l»e away.
tration, by tbe Nihilists, was that of I, of England, his subjects protested
the friend of the laborer, while at the I On the 19th inst , a bridge on the
liberties of 15,000,000 <»f |a«ople in 1,023 e« un-
brutal treatment o* prisoners, in con against taxation in any form. To ' ties, er not quite one soldier to each county; same lime It is increasing ins bunlens, Hannibal ami St. Joseph Riilroad
sequence of which many died, some them taxation was tyranny, no mat one soldier u»about700 wpiarv miles ol territory. and rendering work tH<>re difficult to took fire from some unknown cause. HOUSE FUR NISHING GOODS,
There was an old saying, he continued, that he obtainei by its idiotic restrletions A t'aiii of fourteen cars dashed mt lo
were driven mad, and the health of ter in what form, nor how it WAS col there were siwthsayers in Rome who could not upon iiiduitri«»iis pur-uir«.
A’l kind» nf Lumber H.i-li and Doorn, Mould
It will if. and Were all burned.
Ings, Br.iukets, tie. made to older at the h»llow-
the most of them destroyed. This lected.
look each other in the face without smiling, and shut dowimll improvements ami st«»p
Cento’ and ISoyC Clothing, ing pries. :
no two Democratic Senators on the floor can go m H extrmltd operations which would
Was one of the chief causes of the for-
Edward IV, who deposed Henry VI, into the cloak-r«M>m an«i look <‘ach other in tlie give employment to thousands of favoriie nt 1 ne Epsom r.ice«, England,
Flooring—dre-»e<l, T. AG............................. $20 (M
mation of the Nihilistic party. Since of England, lias or had the name of face without smiling, or rather blushing over strong ari|s und willing hands. l?v ami he wax in such form that betting
Halo, Capo, Uovto, Shoeo, ('»■¡ling
■o many of them have been impris being tlie best and most successful lux this tall talk. The whole thing was such a so doing, I takes away from the la- was only 3 to 1 against him. He won
miserably manufactured false issue. But, con
oned by order of tue Czar and his gatherer that ever ruled. His exclieq tinued Blaine, lhe real motive»! lhe Democrats tiorer the rneans <»f supporting him-
Cornice, U iochc.n wi le, one«?*e dreiet d,. IS w
....o will not have any impiety in
minious In office, still greater attro- uer or treasury was bountifully re must be l<«»ked f«>r elsewhere. It is simply to se lf and lis family. It will deprive' They
Carpets, and Oil Cloth,
him of hit lioniB ami leave him in Texas. . They «...
can’ - t bear
it. If you
• ’¡'«iiigH. dr» H-ed « n four sides.......... ..
cities have been perpetrated. The ac plcnished by an iniquitous system of r get rid ot federal supervision at the elections, to want, ileiierHti*»n ami ruin.— S. P. swear in the presetic * <»f a lady,
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lb u H him her........................................
get rid ot the civil power of the United States
counts of them fill the reader witli “benevolence," “aids,” and “purvey- hi the election of Representatives to Congress. Commercial. Advocate.
To !il»ovi' prie- n add for delivrri’g to McM. 6 00
are fined $40. hut if > oil kill two or
and it’s rather a novel
Par'ie» " 'Ahing 'un ber will le »ve orders at
early in ml, ¿feWMrHmUUP...P.L K¡««J
etc., ( I'irle llume). All these ; We are told, said Blaine, unree
Tliat pLcious bantling, the new three 1m.11, you are a “good fellow.”
the S»sh X- D».'«r I'actorv. nt '* rMiunriHe.
to lhe bills ns of
sysWil«B *«ere suiems n.r tne meanest , '....... «’ * • *’ - 4 ■
mind to revert to the horrors of An
The N. Y Sun (D*m.) rate« the
fered, we are not to have ap|»r<»priations
Dnnr trifid-ir. wrfi Moti’dings SO/.D AT
ami most aboniinsble extortions, and I has been announced in both branches o’’ con
Democrats soundly for electing Burch
dersonville or Libby. It appears that
POH T!.AM) PHICErt
it is not to be wondered tliat the down gress. He suppised, on the authority of lhe
lite .S^treiary, mid Bright S« rg *ant-
All Doors and Windows deliver1 d n» McMinn"
a large number of these |sditieal of-
Democratic caucus, that not merely the army
at Aim« of lhe Semite, and xays the
fenders had been made prisoners at trodden people of England at last rose appropriations—they did nolslop there—but all
in their I ml ignation ami passed laws i the executive functions of the Government are
KietT, most of them being students.
MTEttLINU lì. A. <'.. IL I»
The N. Y. Wt>r.'d (Detn )8»>8that if
which required tlie consent of their taken by the throat in highwayniHU style, and
They resolved to construct a tunnel
, comiiiantled to stand and deliver, in the name
Rpgtilar meeting'*, Siitunluv cvruing After th«
Tilden he nominaied for the Presi
To our Farmer Fr:e»uli*<infl Patron*generally:
parliament to render any means of of the Democratic caucus. A leading Democrat,
month. Sojourning com
dency. it w »uld cert «inly re«r-»m ni«*m| Any one wishing U» buy goods inquuniii v>. we
under the walls of their prison in or
an eloquent man,
nau courage, iranKnesa,
panions cordially wvleometl.
sill give y«»u all inducement:* l«> buy them
der to escape, but one of the conspira
and many good c,
Now all reasonable people regard the Democrats are in pjwer for the first time in hl»al«*rs, til* Mmi 11 farmer, lit»* artixMn, cratic readers «0 refrain fr »111 v«»tiug. right here, in piare <»l I* >r laud. A« the coun
tors, or prisoners, betrayed the secret taxation as one of the
is II tixle-l with priiiied cUalogHM g-»f.h*n up
chief necessi- eighteen years, and that they do not intend I the im*< hanic, ail I all enterprixes and
A can fui canvas« of the D *mo tr »tic try
to the authorities. The latter neither ties of a stable government,
bv Portland Holers, we will give yell tliejp-n««-
To do to slop until they have wi|>ed out every ves all workii|*rmen. Death and dexlrue side of lhe Peiimy l\ania »»gislaiuie tit ol lh«*ir prim ing the same. S • bring litem
said nor did anything, allowing the away with taxation is to do away with tige ol the Republican war measures. Fore« tion are <*tfta:n to all ro-operil’ive »«- reveal« Hie fart mat oil’ of venty I al«»ng aitd cjiiute their prices.
Dr. J. COOPER
warned is forearmed. And the Democrats be xociat’ons, to all hiixine«« Brins, ami six Deni'irrais, seventy at*«* riiihnsia -
excavation to proceed as If they were government. We have towatcli how gan
The f.i<-ilities we have for getting
from tl’i'l v'«i the« ve al I'laees mertior.eil bs!,w.
pro|M»rly on a measure signed by Abraham
y- ar 1 -’a. a- folio.« a 11
the East wild ri.m Francine*», we are eiiibled to
not aware of what was lieing done, ever that there lie a limitation upon Lincoln. The picture was a striking one, and
Branch of bitsttiexx, from the least to Tilden and Hendricks.
hold out even better in lucerne nt« th in therein
but diligently on the lookout al! the the power of taxation in order to pro the strange time had come when men fresh the larvexi and most important. — The i
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off-red, no matter wh.it they publish in their
from the battle-field *>f rebellion took their seats
1 Two well-known streets in P«ris, So-ralle«i catalogues. and liesidv« will not give
' "i ■< ' i ' 1 « ¡ - 5 1 3
time. When the tunnel was com tect ourselves from spoliation. The here ami propt^ed to rejieal laws enacted while Semi-Tropic.
thu Rue Saini Arnaud an! the Rue you Hiietioii trash nor second handed goo Is, TOWNS. • 1 : : j : 1 : | * ■ s ? S s
pleted, the prisoners, hopeful in tlie late famine in Egypt was chiefly caus they were trying to destroy the Union. Verv
: 1 : 1 : I : 1 4
The title, of popular opinion is x**t- I Ahlntiurci are to be Americanize 1 in but all reliable as usual.
appropriately, a Coiigre-s controlled by the
: 1 1 1
prospect of freedom, entered the tun- ed by excessive taxation.
........... . They s»re lo he known in fu
Beyond .South soys to the President—that he shall not iing against lhe proposed (.’»»nstit til inn 1 ! name,
•> ji 1
¡ 1 2»|
Hel one by one, intending to come up certain bounds taxation doe* become exercise his power to vela» a bill. They ask it
WJ iaSANWfiAT WS SAT!
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MuMiniiv’l io 28
through the opening at the oilier end, tyranny, either in an excess of tax, we call it revolutionary, continued Blame, to tion and study that 1.« devot«*«l to it hv | Wabhingloii r« Xpertive 15*.
Sheri Inn.. 17
As it is read
put amendments on an appropriation bill. Of the people of Die State.
China annually itnoort« noftnn
! 3 : 22
which was away outside of the pre or a harsh or malevolent manner of course not. There have been n great many him I pondered over, so many glaring
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Amity .... 24
Conte in And he convinced, nn-l save by it
cincts of tlte prison. Here they were ' collecting
Railroad, Stenmhout and Hotel billsat Portland
_ It. Of tlie nations
-------- chievous, some harmless. But I call it
ciieap (dtqTtrap to induce the people
To r' ii ai.« ia Ihj 1 I. uxb uainel U1I3 wee»
met and mereileBBly allot down by aol. I civilized, Ruasia has the most tyran
ESSSE1 TIAN »R on .
to vote for ii — so many provisions 500,000; and sti^ar, timber and raw
THE AUDACITY OF REVOLUTION
! e.idi v¡Mil.
dier* who had been stationed thertJnical mode of collecting taxes; the
cotton, $105,000,000. Her import and
tor uny Senator or Representative, or any can- | that operate «lirertly contrary to the export trade ammi'its to $200.000.000,
for that pur|K»e.
_ people of that country being whipped eus of Senators or Represenlutlves, to ¿el to-
pur|lose. ’ When the
exchiding Hong Kong, from which
• -• •* .
der of the prisoners heard tne nriiigli**
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% ■•••« »..«■» p.-.
fir siop me tiepart incuts of Government. Inal
iml lotellV *-“■»
they began to retreat towaids tlie meet the demau«Is of the person who is revolutionary. I don’t think that it will I m *
On tlie 13th ¡list., two bomhs Were
the conclusion that they do not Wahi thrown Inti» a i-liiin-b .luring ttie de
prison, but by tliia time oilier soldiers ” farms” the taxes for the districts.
not revolve. It won’t work. Il is a revolution
bad been sent into tlie building, so We live in glorious immunity from if |>ersi.-Lei| in, ami it not |>ersisted in it may I m * it. There i« now but litth* prospect votions, In Si Ville. Il whs sii|ipnsi..|
tliat it will he adopted. The «dialires
that soldiers guarded both end*. Tlie evils of tills kind, though we are a bucked out from ignominiously, and later this in ilx favor, we opine, wiil gradually to lie ill- work of roblmrs «Ito hoped
Io steal the Valuable Kiiciamental
prisoners were thus between two fires, heavily taxed people.
Where you can
In this tliev
conclusion, that he did not know what the Pres «lecreaxe as «H.-cussion and consid* ra dlslti a during the panic.
and the soldiers allot every one of tlie
ident would do wnan the army bill was sent to tion of it proceeds, until the vote for wete foiled, though several persons
him, but unless lie vetoed the bill, the «lead it i« tak‘1»*, when it will he rejected by were injur, tl through lhe bursting of
poor unfortunate wretches down.
BIT MORE, AN» A BETTER ARTICI.)
entitled to lhe thanks of itie farmers of ought to rise at. I cry out against such a surren no doubtful majority.—^4/amecZu Argus t lie bomba.
These proceedings were tlie source of
It seems to me thui the dead henæs of the
And so on, ad infinitum.
the country for having euffielent ‘‘back
infinite merriment ami amusement to
Union would rise from their graves if he should
For your money than in any other place in Yamhill County !
bone” to refuse to deliver over the seeds consent to be intimidated ami outruged in his
the prison officials, ami when the news
eleven miles fiotn Sr. Loul*, *avs (lint
purchaxed for his department to Con proper constitutional power by threats like
reached the authorities, (lie Director
SÍTATE INIVEltSITV AP1M1I ITlS.
gressmen for distribution. In reply these. All the war measures of Abraham Lin
siruck the town nt a quarter to three
of the prisou was very much praised
coln are to be wipe«l out, sav leading Democrats.
o’clock, on the Hili inst.,, mid, Inking
[Eugrno Giiur.l. April 9.]
to an application of a member who The. Bourbons of France bused themselves, I
and received a decoration for Ida
a zigz tg course, with n general direc
wished to use a quantity of these believe, after the Restoration, in removing every
smartness and decision in dealing with
tion ithrp’fet <ine east, tore Through the
of Na|M»leon's power ami grandeur,chisel
seeds, presumably for the purpose to trace
COPPER WARE, TARLE CUTLERY, PLATED
ing the “ N ” from the public monuments sity lias arrived, and tlie |>r<'fi-*M>rs plat e, demolishing 'en Buildings, rti-
the outbreak. At CharkofT, where
which they have usua'ly been devot raised to per|»etuate his glory, but lhe dead are eligagi <1 in unpacking and plai-ing : ¡ng about thirty other« and imi tging
the student* broke out In o | m > ii rebel
WARE, PUMPS, GALVANIZED IRON AND
ed, viz.: to make himself “solid'* with man’s hand, from St. Helena, reacluii out and it in |M>*iti«in. Tlie insti utneiils <di m<»re or less, some sev*-idy-ttve resi-
lion, I* a prison which conlalued five
«destroyed them in their pride «ml in their glory.
his constituents, the Commissioner Ami I tell Senators on tne other sitlt* of this tallied include all that is iieee*-ary to i lences and hu«lness houses A slight
PIPE, STOVE PIPE, SHOVELS, AXES,
disclose to the student tlie mysteries rain preceded the storm mid nearly
hundred inmates, all pieced there on
chamber; 1 tell the Democratic party North#!!«! of the heaven*, and of tlie force* that
everybody was i i door.« wh ii the ey-
charges of treason. From the state
—lhe South in the leml and the North surround us upo-i tlii* globe. The
FORKS, SPADES, NAILS,
elone st i uck, but. nntwiihstantling
Tlie seeds of the Department ars South
following—that this slow, unmoving finger of
ment of tlie chaplain, no lesa than
matliviiia ival inatruineiit* consist of ten houses were leveled with the
pure base« I under express provisions of scorn from the tomb of
two hundred of the number tiled in law for distribution among agricultur
And a thousand other articles too numerous to mention.-
one conqdete eotnldtied transit mid ground, only one person w»« killed —
THE MARTYRED PRESIDENT
leveling iusiruiueut, with tile necessa a little girl nani^d Annie Reynolds,
less thau four months. The strange ists ; and it becomes the imperative
and <>ne or two others were badly in
part of thia matter Is that tlie.se items duty of ilie Commissioner so to dis stroy them. w Though dead, he8|«eaks.” When
one haroineter ; one portable transit jured.
pose of them that they shall not be
creep into the Russian press, although diverted from the use for which they you present these bills, with these threats, to a with n tine-.inch ol jeet glass and
The daughters of ’he Into Horace Q
it la closely watched, ami severely wer^designed. This duty can only be living President who bore tlie commission of feet fo.al length, with extra tripal
Abraham Lincoln, ami who served with honor
Greeley have Just reeved $4O(7M) from
punished whenever anything deroga disc isrged by maintaining as far as in the army of the Union, which Lincoln re stand, iisiveiiieiits in attitude, gla s Cornelius Vand^rnht, who it appears S
tory to the government is inserted. possible lite control of tlie distribu stored amt preserved, I can think only of one niicroineier, elc.; one sextant ; one Was a great favorite will» Greeley.
guarantees none but the best material used. Go and see him before pur-
tion ; or, in other words, t>y restrict
response from his lips or his pen. astroiuiniical clocK of great beauty and When 4 oroeliiis was hard run for
This circumstance serves to show how ing it to agricultural organisations appropriate
pei'hclioii ; a small verier compass
lie should sav to you. with all the scorn lie
wide and how deep Niuillstlu intlu- and such individuals ms may be dis tilting his station, “ Is thv servant a dog, that with chilli pins and ranging poles money, lie went to Gr»»dey, who nl-
These b.-triimeiits are of the iiinxi wavs furnished him with it. The
ences are spread all over Russia, a ltd posed to make experiments in lurilier- he should do this thing?”
Hhd work manship, and have '¡¡men say« that Mr. Greeley loaned the
iu all classes of tier people.
Withcv-M itcply to Klttinc.
bten sin jvc.led to tests ihat prove their money mainly in the belie.*’ that he,
Senator Withers said that th«« statement ot complete accuracy. Tlie co-t of this file commodore, would repay it ; hut
It will be remembered that the
The Jews ef the United Slates have the Senator from Maine, of so few soldiers tir class of a/pMiaiiis was$2,194 25. Aliun- he determine«! not io pay it. as a warn
Gfeeubackera iu tlie present House of for a year past been inaugurating a ing touml in the Stat«*s cast of the Mississippi, daiit appirn'tus for the illilsi ration of ing to others not to lend money to tils
was a futile attempt to divert attention from the
Representatives promised to aid tlie scheme not yet finished, for an agri farts
chemical change* and etfe-ts hav» wayward son. Af?er tliinking over
lying at the foundation of our institutions.
it, he set off in hl,h du<i/*mi to se»*
Democrats In passing the various ap cultural colonization by people of that Such remarks as those of the Senator wouhi not been provided, and tile sindenl of Mr. Greeley an I “give nhrt rt piece of
propriation bills with the riders lacked faith. Mueh surprise has been ex
his mind about it.” Mr. Greeley w.is
It was not the question to I m » deeid.*il ger to re y on the bare descript ioii of
lO (beui, in return for which support pressed thereat, but they would sim country.
Magnetism and elec v«-ry busy win n lhe comm>«4«»re«aim*,
whether there were soldiers enough to dominait* the lexl book.
the Democrats were to allow Monday ply be making « —t.olesome return to and annlrol lhe elections, but whether, under tricity hive for their illu-trulioii all pulling and indignant, into his otn«*e
In hi.« u-u «1 bhitt’, impetuous way. the
seasioua for lhe introduction of bills, tlie life and work of their forefathers. »hr operation of the existing law?, it was not the iqqiar <tiis requisite to Convey to i*iiiiiinik<l«<r<a
>qii<l ,* * * 'I- ' ’
|K>ssih'e for the Executive to distribute and use
in other word* to allow tlie introduc If we view tlie vast accomplishment* the eoldtery so as to destroy the freedom of elec I lie iii«|uirer a km»wl*-«tge of iie. -v si d»r«iaii<l yoirve l»eeii leu ling iuv son
lent y«t potent fmees. For all tile t’orneel’ money
tion of Gieenback measures. Demo of this race of people in other direc lion. Ths .Senator from Maine staled that the branc-lie*of naiural philospliy provis-i
¡iug up «| lickly an I t’hni aln! »■+t in
issue which the Democrats made was false,
crat* however broke faith with tlie tions, we may be prepared t>> see tliein slanderous
stantly re-um ng hl* Work, replied in
pausing ti.-le* necessary to illustrate tiiose law s
Iliis u-ual drawling way, “ Yes, com
Greenbackers by adjourning over work Just as great wonders in till, to criticise me pvutu.. ..
ii mil mil > v r ..., TH« viitir©
modore, I’ve let him h»»ve some timn-
Monday, tbe 7th Inst., whereat tlie contemplated field of lalnir The sub
would si in pl v say that it was no fal>c issue
WE MAKE EVERY VARIETY
(ey,” “ You have, eh?” I>lurt'e«l in the
tatter were indignant, and managed ject of colonisation is still under con- at all, when they pn>p>sed to repeal a law al $5,000. The Stale Uiiiverni^y now <»f !c<>intnndure, “\«ui have—well, I want
matters so that wlien Haturday tlie sideration and the movement had its lowing lr»o|is to tie used in ek*clions, guided fu»s a«lvant»ge8 lo btudenis that no I you la understand that I ain’t .reap »n-
only by their commander. Il was no false issue other liistituiion of the kjod in Ore
islhle f«»r it, ami i «han’t pav y Zacent
12th inst. came, the House was ad first impulse at Cincinnati.
to say that there could I m * no free election in the gon pi Mvs«» 8.
Willi a Competent <»f it ” Mr Greeley ran hi«
journed to Monday morning, thus glv-
present*« of troop, and that thev had no right corp- of teachers devoted t«» their
up on his brows, stoppe«l wr:
T h r a
lo*say how men should vote. The preset vat ion work,
i-K them a chanc* to Introduce their
" Every person may freely speak, of pace At the polls should be loft to
, moment, and in ruing a full l
^> ii the
measures. Eleven of the Democratic write and publish ids sentiments on
coinimslore, fairly yelletl
THE CONTROL OT THE STATE,
ax if «It serve« to l»e, tile renter of the UO’lt, eli? Writ, who'll“»
party refused to accede to the bargain all subjects, being reepontible for lite
where the Constitution left it. The pointe made I e« I uca I i«-i in I interext* of Oregon,
| you to p»y it? I dull»’?
iu the first Instance, and these eleveu abuse of that right." The foregoing by the Senator from Memo were simply on a
Using nothing but
Greeley <lrwpp»d his ghia *s oveF^Ui*
were supported Iu their refusal by all Isa jiortion of the New Constitution bill not now betbre the Senate. No t ne on the
e.'»lid belli Mg i|n to In« work The
D'‘imM»ratie side, as tar as he knew, bad ever
Then* hi«a Been in'»rp tt ’hthig be- «•«»III 'malor»*, lionplll-sed ' aftd Leiiling
the Republicans except Kelly, who Is for California. Kearney lias fell tile laid down lhe pro|>oeilion that the President
i ii-M-l l.'t«s improved Warhiner* and
much more sincere in his Greenback •‘responsible’’ portion of the above should not exercise his Constitutional power tc tween (he British slid the Z»»lil«. A»» over will» fuev, Steimel »mt of (lie «»f-
I he Vtry Bent oí delected Timber,
of 11.000 Zulus atfH<ked L«»rd rtce, alii it was?« matter of rumor that
professions than Ills Republican prin already, having received two sound
I lie two IIIHII Were llever aflei ward «»n
the course ol lhe Dein.M'rals was the “ audacity Chelmaford’j» CNinp, on 'he 3r»
ciples. The disallrcliou of the eleven thrashings as his res|s>nailiility.
of revolution,** but how could this la*, when blit thev were remil.a-d nn l ptirsu* «1 as go al terin^as they had previously An.l I., « THOROUGH KSOWLKP«iK ..f itw l.n.ine », w« have justly earned th. reputal e,
make* It extremely doubtful or Im-
the bill simply promised to make appropriai ions with heavy loaa, 470 h hig kille<l. Tl»e Iwen.
tor lhe support of lhe army, with a condition next «I rv L»»nl ('l»elni«for«l left c mp
probabl* that th* Greenbacker* will
The Republican, in caucus lieve as to lhe u»e of the tnmp« annexed. This was sn«1 relieved the tr<»oi»«at Kkown, who
have *uy success with their financial very wisely res.dvcl to offer no obeta- clearly in the |M»wer of the Douse and lhe Sen had bean in a p»*rilnua poaition for
NÌLIM VIEMIT Wil l. Tl.l.l..
measures after all the troubl* they ole. or dilatory motions to prevent ate to approve. Hera lhe agency of Conjpess sometime. It 1« now initn-l t hnt wlien
all the bitter oppisi i«»n of jralnus rivali, :
We give the following Warrnnty with each wagon :
The Dem«M»ratiidid not pn»p*se to shaiw the Zulu« aurpii«»* l the British aupnlv
have had in trying to introduce them. legislation. It would be no use at any ended.
their course as to what may, or may n<»C, lie the (min, killing a’*o«i» 40 of tlie »«»Mier*, n«> tietter illiMrati<>u muM be Iwwl of thia ftirt »
iiametist* sale ulr*«ady attaiueii l»y the We Hereby Warrant ti»«* fish iikcn . wa <»ON no -------- m lw well
|Million of the President. He should not at they |«»ai Rhotit 2 500.
Tlie Zulus nre great Throat ami Lutu I¿‘»ini|y, Dr. Au<.
rata. They are outnumbered, and the tempt to take away a fmrticle of (he spinal mar
iu;« le in i-v-rv |».r -cutar mid •! g»**<l iiMlmib msl tlwl th«» ¿trengtii <»f lhe same is sufficient
lor all w.«rh with hiir UM «*. ShfMild any brr»l».-i^* occur within one year from this dale by
Secretary Kltermau nays that in enn- Executive can do more with a stroke row attemp ed to be given to the President by ki!le«i in the ratio ot about ten to one Kaiser’s (fermai) elixir. F**r ibei-ur»-<4 C«»« i ¿I m »
rear-on *d *h Iciive
or w.irkmaiu-hip. repair« fef the same will he furmsiw^ at place
•equ elice ef the offer of a ayndieal* tc of his pen, than they can do by all the the Senator from Maine. He wouhi not inter
ol t - m I c . free o( «>har^. «*r 'he pro* of «aid n»por<. a- |S»r age .’• pr:<v
Wilfhe paid 1M
even tho^e sufferinx troni Con.-*nini»t«Hi iu ad
fere with any agency to infuse strength to bis
take )1AO,000,000 of the 4 per cent, filibustering they can tiring to bear.
vanceil M©|p*s fimi grenl relief, ah*i mnwíwrs of Cash by the purchaser piofuring a »ample •< tlw l>r»»krn ««r defective («arts as evidence.
Mr. Newsom, the a««e««or of W*»-n
bond«, and $«1,000,000 of refunding
reHrf but « i be . It tei tig jerteetlv harmless
! , Idwiu H. Sials.
certlllcatM, tbe late circular offering
Mr. H. II. Gllfry ha* I>**n appoint - The War Department la now ready county, r ports that the |o«s ofcstile makes it at om*e popular with mothers, who of
in the Bridge creek district will i-e
bond« for nie has been rescinded. The ed to take the place of Henry R Kin* to place duratile headstone* at th«- un not far short of ton per ont. The all ixliers have fell the fMMfwity of sneh a Rncine, Wis . Jan, 1878, ) j Inn. V. Hurviua. I
eenmereial «irei** In N. Y. City are e.M, who waa ao many yrara in 8at< marked graved of all soldiers of the sheep OTe no l.adly affiiete«! with scab, medicine. The genuine bears lhe Prussian
, Gattaf Arms, the lac stmife signature ut Dr.
we ran suit you. we •»licit patmn* ge fr m every W ion «»t the United State»
Jubilant over the succeaeful diapoeal retary Gorham'« office, in the Senate. army, no matter win-re they are. Per- ami a'great shrinkage In value of Ang. Kaiser, ami has his name btawn on every Setrd Knowing
rt*r Prices sad Tertns, aud for a cop/ oi our AGRICL LTl RAL PAPER to
Mins knowing the localhm of suelt
of the 4 per cent*, and there is a buoy- I Thua the game goes on between the should send such knowledge to ibe flock« and h«w.I«, that the naness 75 cent botile. A Inal sm may be nad al the
fflent iliowi a falling off In this brauch Drug Store of R. H. Tedd
aucy In trade not felt for years before. 1 " euta” and the “ion.”
iHearvtary of War, Washington, D. C. 1 of busineM.
¥■«■ BROM Ar < O Racin'*, Wte
tor »5 «int*
SPRING & SUMMER
The above will be strictly observeu
Thursday, May 1st, 1879,
0. H. ADAMS & Co s
WLEWDAR" OF ’ DEiffr$TRY.
Fann, Freight & Spring W agoxs ,
! FISH BROS- Í CO.