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    DEFECTIVE
VOL. I.
_I. A I'A Y ETTE. OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1866.
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CORRESPONDENCE.
THE COURIER
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A Speech by the Pvaaidant,
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ed, no not insinuated, it has been said
C oming
A round
Rioar.—-The
directly, iu high circles, that if such San Francisco Morning pall, hereto­
Chicago, Feb. 23.—Ths K<
; E ditor C ourier :
usurpation of power as I am charged
ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY,
Permit me through the columns of can’s Washington speeial d'
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fore a most virulent abolition print,
with, had been exercised some two
gives a full report of töt Frei
.AT
your
paper
to
address
a
few
words
to
LAFAYETTE,
speech yesterday. The mcet^g at hundred yeajs ago, it would have cost and which is among the most influen­
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the demoorats of Yamhill county. Tho Grover’s Theater adj
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the the Individual his head. Of what usur­ tial of the many newspapers of Cali­
on & w. J. B owman County Democratic Central Committee, White llouse to presen) 4 selles Jf fes- pation has Andrew Johnson been'guil­ fornia, has formaly renounced iti ad­
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has issued a call convening the Rue- olutions endorsingtho!
Publishers.
ty ? (none, none.) Is it usurpation
herence to the waning fortunes of rad-
that I stand between the people and
J. H. UPTON
EDITOR. ’ oinct meetings on Saturday tho 17th The
President
catne out yind
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the icalism, and has gono to spouting gnn-
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encroachment« of power. From
From -lb_
day of Marclf next for the purposo of
VheMltfM.
terms of subscription .
satn^ source the cxclaibation has ~gofte
so large a portion of h
One Copy One Year, .... $2 50.
forth that they were in the midst of
1 ifo appointing delegates to the County approved of the policy
One Copy Six'Months,.................
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an earthquake, that they were trem-
Conventions—one to beheld on the 22 whfeh I in toll'd to carry c
bfihg and eduld not yield. Yes, fol­
is peculiarly appropriate fi
COUNTY OFHCIA1 EXRECTORY. day of March, for the purpose of ap­ dorsement
of a poioy wlÿn
low citzcns, there is an earthquake, left. We print below the article from
Judge, J. W. Cowles» Commissioners, pointing delegates to the State <k>n- the restoration of this Un
naming, there" iaA grand swelling of* the Call complained af by tbe Qrqgtt-
S. Brutcber, Henry Hewitt; Sheriff, L. L.
popular judgment and indignation.— nian, as also the comments of the 1st-
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Whitcomb; Clerk, S., C. Adams ; Asses­ vention, and the other to be held on ed by tho Father of hi
The "American people will speak, and ter paper thereon. Well may the des -
sor, CharlcB Handley; Treasurer, John the 14th day of April next, to nomin­ stand here to-day as I stai
W. Watts; 'School -Superintendent, Rev.
ate in 1860 when I t|c
traitors by their instinct if not otherwise, they
/Web pa
John Spencer; Coroner, W. W. Brown ; 1 ate candidates for the various county trying io break up the
neât-M will knew who are their enemies. I tructionists
offices. . The call
has
been
issued
in
Surveyor, A. S. Watt.
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There were two p
one of have endeavored to be true to the peo­ pern as the one under consideration
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f*‘ g jlf'
time,
so
that
every
democrat
io
the
‘rt’
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[Which
was
determined
I
troy
the ple in all tho positions in this Govern­ desert thciY rotten cause. They may
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Terms of Courts.
end’ the ment, aud wbat position have I not at prepare themselves for the worst, hnw
county may know the day of meeting.-Government and save
Terms oftho Circuit and County Courts,
and some time filled ? I suppose it wift^ be
other almost equi
ever, for this is only the begining of the e
in this State, will be held in the.. several Then let me say to you, democrats, equally willing to
Gov- said that this is vanity, but I may say
counties as follows, under the Act of the throughout the county, that you are
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that
I
have
boon
in
all
of
them,
1
have
end:
—
ernment and destro
Legislative Assembly approved October
'beraip both branches of the Lcgisla-1
about to enter upon one of the most er the disunion
Some of the papers which were das 1-
»1st, 1804:
ture. (A voice, .^you commenced a;
North or South, I stand
important
campaigns
that
you
ever
had
sod
on tbe Union side during tbe War,
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
. ..f-. then, for the Onion
taitbr.”) A gentletnan beside me says
appear
to have forgotten their former
Jackson County—Circuit Court, Sec in your county and State. -The issues
I*was a tailor. I began as a tailor,
Government ha»s
.
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record
and
can now find no better busi­
. ond Mondays in February, June andNovs that are now and will be presented , the
arm
w¡th ¡b¡
and that suggestion does not discon-
ness
than
that,
of invcighjng Wgainst
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ember. County Court, first Monday in J__ •
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during the campaign, are the most im- power put down rebclliog.
oert me in the least; for when I was a
each month.
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many of the most prominent members
tailor I had the reputation of being a
Josephine County—Circuit Court, sec­ portant that were evor
evor presented to the tors have disbanded, M
of the party and the best frionds of
goodofte, and making clothes to fit. I
ond Monday in'April end Fourth Monday Amerieanpeopk. Yoa ar. WrM «-«riW
tho government. We are gl*<Lto know
in October. County Conrt, First Mon­
Was always punctual to my customers
that
these treacherous journals are feW
fellow-democrats
of
the
character
of
days in January, April July and Sept.
and did good work. (Vbice “Wo will in number. Their language betrays
-to canyr out the
your opponents against wham you have.1 an( d j dissolve the
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8ECOXD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. :
patch up th# Union yet.”) No, wo do
an evident intention on their part to go
■not want any patch-work. I want the
Douglas Codnty—Circuit Cuui t, 8ec: to make this qampaiguj they ate thor- We have graced thi
over to the enemy at the moment when
ond Mondays in May and October. Coun- oughiy organized, well drilled and1 will I oaf aud. pl hysical rei
original restored. Point to the man
they think he is likely to wrn. ThW-^
ty Court, First Monday in each month. ’
who
can say that Andy Johnson ever,
were mistaken. We
MorningCall of San Francisco appears
Curry County—Circuit Court, First make a desperate effort to retain the
'<as indirectly recreant to the Govern­
flag of our country,
Monday in June. County Court, first ' Stata «d cóunty
to be the principal journal of this class
ment or the moss of tbe people. Men
Mondays, iu January; April, Jtdy and
on the Pacific coast. We take the fol­
M* lheir power.
wage
itho
may talk about it and about usurpation
September.
lowing from its columns:
but when I am persuaded the'-Ameri­
Coos County—Circuit Court, Fourth cessfull campaign against an orgahiz- in that spirit, I say ;to
“ The Radicals in congress are hold­
you too must be organized, fDU have yielded to the Jaws^wlfca can-pcoplo
eoplc arc the witnesses, 1 I do not
Monday in May. County court, First ed foe,
ing
appear to be
have acknowledged.^our allefi- want itby
Mondays
it%y inuendoes and indirect re-
~ high
- carnival. They
...
Mandays in January, April, July and and present «united uAd bold front;
fcsntenit
»or.
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Jj-high
phcee
to
be
»"ggcated
imbued
with
a
politioal
frenzy,
wh^ch
politioal
^“^fitetember.
.
in 1
and present K united
; [Shc^TwniiJiX83 1
t s TftAr
»sst»i V
awe a ru
'4-r
promises
not
to
stop
short
of
the
Thest
then
it
J,
Loped
.nd
.exacted
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to me: Have assurano e j the kuowl- j
Monday InApril and “Fourth Mrnrday in |
disastrous
cousequeueea
to
the
unio
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h>;
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kJY
"*O!ters Eaitaj cx^feimed that, tlie —‘“7
October. County'Court, First Monday in every demdcratrthtoughwhk «very pre- wrred anW ieteayvii -4
Itmnrscdrtr or so oT propo­
each month.
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cinct in the county, will attend tha spirit of revQngO’is not tbe
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‘present obstacle must be got out of the sitions before
b< t the two
, Houses, the ob-
which, to deal «¡tit the w^ilc^
Benton County—Circuit Court, Second
Wty. WhMt is that obstaolo ? I make ^Jc<3‘ °\ 7hl°h 18
PIa™ ‘he i^e «Uves i
precinct meetings and participotd in ’
Mondays in April and November. CoUns
I know there has been a
and still
fit,n «»eroii^lv
tberoughly -ignorant
ignorant blacks
hl^k»
^he proceedingST-and when assembled said about the exenyse of the pardon­ use pf a strong word, but it was to be flnd
^ty Court, First Monday in each month.
upon a ' footing of political equality
your action be harmonious—select ing power. There ja no one wfcd has removed no doubt—I eay the intention i
♦HIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT. — ^•^let
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with the
whites, and these
measures
was to assassination,
that the
M10D, mat
ine obstacle!
opsiavie
,
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T.Inn .County—Circuit Court, Fourth good and true men- aa your delegates labored with more earnestness than WhWfmTKraplchndpht^iiewrt^
which
the
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Mondjvsin March and Octobori County to the county convention—organize mysotf, to have principal, itffclli^pnt be go*t buf oni waÿrSarfte-bppo- man-h
got out'bnhb "Way? ~
tho bppot ------- - ta accomplish.the impossibility
Court,*Fir8t monday in each month. .
and coDspieous traitors brought to jus- ■be
of making-men capable of sqlf-gQvern'-
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Marion County—Circuit* Court, Second precinct clubs in every precinct, and
* .i Ccc, the iaww vindicated and the great neats of this government not yet satis­ ment aud intelligibly exercising the
.... Monday in March wirdrt^urth Mond^ys-in appoint a preoinct^fmfirtttee---eoHt-rfact jttdiciidly;^tali8he4, that treason fied ? Are those who want to..destroy.
elcctivci’nrnrhi.’ir by Actoof congresis.
June and November. County Court,” 1 ------ 1
posed of five or _fd
seven, whose duty it I i3 a-crime ; UrtAwhile oons^ous that out institutions and change the char- Further, theyUbld that none of the
First Monday in each month.
actor of tfie government, not satisfied
• Polk County—Circuit CourtyPourth will
bo to make
arrangements j leading intelligent traitors »re to-’be with the quantity of blood which has States which were in rebellion arc now
I punish cd,- should whole oommunitie«,
Monday in April
Third Jlonday
for public speaking and canvasssing States and their people be made to been abed ? Are they not satisfied in the union, and have not been dur­
ing tbe past four ycars^thcreby prac­
in November. County Court, First the precinct.’ If you, democrats, are
submit to the penalty of death. [Not with one great martyr in tliis place ? tically contending that ho who "is act­
Monday in each month.
no IJ Let those who hive erred’be If m^ blood must bo shed because I
ing as President of the United States
Yamhill County—Circuit Court, but true to your principles and country,
¡at multitude vindicate tho union, remember the is not a citizen thereof and therefore
Second Mondays in April and Novem­ you will redeem your county and State phnishcd, but to the great
of the martyr is tho seed of the i
forced into the rebellion, I say,
say. ¿jve
¿¡vo . blood
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ber. County Court, First Monday in from tho rulo of republicanism, ami
cannot vote either* for President or
leniency and kindness. We put down-].church.
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each month.
——— place her under fhe democratic banner
This seed will grow and continue to Member
I the rebellion in order to
either
of
the
offices.
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FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
increase in strength and power, though
where she rightly belongs. Then wilt
th«
earnest
wish
of
all
patriots that the
Clackamas County—Circuit Court,
it may bo cemented and cleanse^ in
you labor for this ? Fight no longer po on our part p
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resident
and
Cabinet,
aided by the
Third Monday in March and Fourth
blood. One word about the amend­
ul, teal
wo Ft
fiud
now
u
po
n-
l
tre-T
fcfcnri
r
e^.hqtajsumathcof
-
^ra
ht
I
wisdom
of
conservative
and
patriotic
Monday in October. County Coartj
ment! to the constitution. In convcr-
✓
1
nn
i
on- me n , m a y d a vi . e some plan for
fensive, attack the enemy in his cboos- . WW
First Monday in each month.
few attbe
¡<LIUC federal
IW.-M head,
U«», and
UOU thereby
U1V1VUJ es-
«- i sation with President Lincoln last Feb-
Multnomah County-Circuit Court, Ln position, us^ail his weak and false tnblrah a new principle of equality aud» 1 ruary, he indicated his desire for an warding off the monstrous evils with
| teblrah
which the Sumners, and Stevenses,
Seoond Mondays County'S,
in February, June
S position and expound them to the pul>l as objectionable H3 separation The amendment compelling the rebellious
and
Wilsons, arc now threatening the
and November. C
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lie
and
you
will
soon
drive
him
from
to congress because it is part of
Monday in each month.
without war, and this is most danger- I'tatives
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Of this sound democratic logic, the
Columbia- County—Circuit Court, his stronghold of power.
oils because its progress is not go easily | the doctrine of secession that the
Third Tuesday in April. County Court,
States might withdraw their Senators Oregonian says :
This appeal, democrats, is made to watehed.
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and Representatives, or refuse to elect
First Mondays in. January, April, Ju­
The
principle
which
authorises
each
This extract is worthy to have em­
you by one who has long and often
them.
Now
we
find
congress
persist
­
ly
and
September.
anated
from any copperhead paper in
branch of the legislative department
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Clatsop County—Circuit Court, fought under the banner of democracy I to judge for itself tho dualifications of ently refusing admission to repre­ California or Oregon. Who believes
Fourth Tuesday iu April and First upon many a hard contested field, and its oXn members, has been virtually sentatives
and
daily
imposing that such earnest friends of the coun­
Tuesday in October. County Court, one, through all the ’mutations of par­ taken away from the t
inu
new
burdens
of
law.
and
taxation try as those the Call donounces so vio­
ranches and
First Mondays in January, April, July ties has ever believed in the immuta- 1 confers^
on
the
unrepresented
South.
I regard lently, would wilfully propose meas­
on
a
oommi
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1 * flight
this*
as
a
fundamental
error.
I
never ures fraught with “ monstrous evils ?’*
. and September,
7
traitors and treason in ^ie South, aud
bility
of
tho
principles
of
democracy
—
insisted
on
encroachments
on
the
con­ This talk about the “ political frenzy
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Washington County—Circuit Court,
now turn around and fiid men, I oare
knowing
them
to
be
as
permanent
and
Third Mondays in May and October.
1 them, 8till stitution, and I stand prepared to re­ of the radicals” would well become a
not by what name you
, raoknMn
County Court, First Monday in each durable aa the consti tati ou-itevlrjjpon
foion.
lion. I
I am
an sist them to-day. Would to God the democratic politician. When a pro­
which
they
rtofortxlod.
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month.
i
am «fill in whole Americaupeoplo could be assembl­ fessed unionist adopts a style of speech
free to say to you
a
ed here to-day as yon are, and could wit­ so full of falsehood, it is high time that
FIFTH JUDKBAL DISTRICT.
D emocrat . . the field, (Voice
them, who
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Wasco County—‘Circuit Court, third
dent oontin- ness the great strugglo going on to he be thrust out of the party to keep
are they ?”j The
C opper .—About twenty-five miles
Monday in April, Fourth Monday in
ued: You ask mo wh|> they are. I preserve the constitution of their fath­ company with tboso whom he imitates
June and second Monday in Deoember. east of La Grande, on tho western say, Thad. Stevens, of. Pennsylvania^ ers. They would soon settle the ques­ "hod with whom be ought to be asso­
- •' County Court, First Monday in each slope of the Powder river mountains, and Charles Sumner of the Senate; tion, if they could only see the kind of ciated.
there is a ledge of pure native copper. 1
month.
also, Wendell Phillipa.ijf Other Voice­ spirit manifested in the effort to break
The
owners of the ledge have sunk on ogive it to Forney.’*)/* tfbo President up the principles of a free govertnent.
C alifornia P owder .— 77ic pow­
Umatilla County—Circuit Court,
second Monday in May and third Mon- it to the depth of twentyzfive feet. At in reply to this said: I Will not waste
der mills at Santa Cruz are reported
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day in November. County Court, first that depth the ledge is sixty feet Jn1 my ammuntion on ¿Nhd ducks. .
While a young lady, ata recent par­ to be in successful operation. Daring
Monday in January, April, July and width. Tho ore consists almostentiro-
I
stand
foe
my
coun
,
I
stand
for
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ty in Saratoga, was talking about the the last 18 months the company has
I stand foj my coun
ly of copper-Mn fact it should not bo the Uonjtitution, tho
ivruiw UVppVE UAUa UUW luv puu*v ¡MVVut< my feet from my advent Into P public “jywhycoiogtcal significance Of rtrws” iïïanütactured and sold Ttî.tKMUtcgrôf
and maintaining that a person’s char­ blasting powder. The oompany is
Monday In May and Seoond Monday Other ledges are known to exist in the life. They may tradww~, they
••*»/ may
about to increase its works.
in November. County Court’ first vicinity, but as it will not pay at pres­
slander, or they may; vituperate me, acter could, to a considerable extent,
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ent to work them, they still lie nno- bnt
Monday in each month.
but let me say to you all it has no in­ be inferred from his attire, a foppish
An
old
lady,
who
insisted
on
her
Baker County— Circuit Court, fourth Kned. The supply of copper in that fluenoe
fluence upon n*
m< Let me aw rar
Further young Englishman) wearing a blue
minister’s praying for rain, had her
lality
actually
i Monday in May and first Monday in i-----
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, i x inexhaustible. A that
I , do
intend * to - * be overa iwodby coat and brass buttons, inquired, with
cabbnges
out up by a hail •storm, and,
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railroad
through
that
country
will
some-
roa
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or pretended--frtonds, jnor do I a supercilious air, what that kind
time bring it to a market—Oregonian.
wreck; ’ remarked
remark«! that she
coat indicated, to which the young | flawing
TlcWln^ tho
<trn ™jk.
day in each month excepting Nov..
mean to bo bullied by my enemies.—
lady
instantly
rCepondedt^'The
bluo
l
“
P®
ver
knew
him
undertake
anything
“1*1 Grant County»— Circuit Court, fiec-
“ Ugh I Him groat man I Big brave ! My honest oouyictiou • is my courage. is indicative of the weaver’s feeling«;' Wlfbout^verdoing tho matter ”
—-n: ond Nauday in June and third Mon-
The Constitution iajay
I know
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Ms tmnnerjz
f^ay little, think much, and dh more.
ing a window Tull i*f wig*,
my countrymen it lia« been I
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