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About Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1??? | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1866)
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W ashington C ounty D emocrat
‘ Glad To Sec It.
A Willful Miirepre mentation.
Think of thia, Thon canting Hypo
Wo have just received the .'¿Troy ic C onvention .— On Saturday next
The Oregonian makes a terrible
Black republican Editors and Ora (Ohio) 7'imes, of March 8, publisher the Democracy of Washington County
paradé over a lying assumption of its
TUESDAY, MAY 8. 18CG-
own, that the Democracy established tor« profess great veneration for tHe near the place-of our birth, l’erasing meet by tireir Delegates, at HilNbero,-
negro IsffffMge^in Wisconsin. Now memory of Mr. Lincoln. They, say the advertising columns of the Times, for the purpose of nominating Candi
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
the facts are these, and the Oregonian that the Democratic
pu^ty is a-secesh-' we recognize many famj^iar names. It dates to be voted for ,at the coming
FOR CWGHJBrf :
Now is still conducted by our old friend, E. June election ; and it is to be hoped,
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JAMFS D. EAY, of Jac kson.
nrW. H armon, and is as ever, well sustai- f at they are not only to be voted for,
• FOR GOVERNOR :
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know them, that negro suffrage wâsnof
JAMES K. KILLY, of Wasco.
local 2^»— business
establised in-Wisconsin until recently, of the United States,
. g the
s —*——— but elcettd. If the opposition should!
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«nd was only ac ^cmplisliocTtlien, at the votes. Of ibis number the Democratic in an advertising way. A menebaut in carry that County at all, (which is not
LAFAYETTE LANE uf Multnomah.
expense of t|ie India Rubber conscien eandiadte received near two million that co.untry who does not advertise in recorded) it will be by a greatly reduc
FUM STATE TREASL RO :
ces of a velkal and corrupt Black re voters in the North and none in the the local paper, is regarded bycustomere ed majority, so the T>embcracy, will
JOHN C. BELL, of Maricn.
.South. Now if these1 two million as being too parsimbnrbus to give as have achieved a decided victory. W ash*-
for state printer :
In 1849-there was a vote taken in votes were traitprs, the north presented good bargains as those that do.
ington County has abundance of Dem.
JAMES O'MEARA, of Linn.
The Times lets us down with thp
tbe State of Wisconsin to determine quite a formidable array oftraitors—
<.<■! atic n.atei ial hum which ttF ’ Bckct
whether or not negros should vote. The near half the voters of the States vo .following notice, whichns duly apprécia candidates who can conduct the can
P. P. PRIM.
proposition was put at a general elec ting. What do you think of the fig fed, but we cannot go over forty miles
vass with ability and reflect honor up
tion, and only excited the ridicule of ures, you embodiments of mendacity ? •f further west,” until the little brook
for frosxcvtino attoussts ,
on the cause.
1st D istrict —JAMES R. NEIL,
every one save a few crazy abolition
hy, if these voters had*chcsen for known as the Pacific Ocean becomes
2d D istrict —GEORGE B. DORRIs. ists, who voted affirmatively on the the South to succeed, they would have fordable.
S marty A gain .— lhe cynic of
"3d D islrict —J. W. JOHNSON.
WeTiave received the first number the Oregonian has botaken himself
ailiy proposition. It received near fohr risen in their mafpity , and with tl.eir
4th D istrict -EUGENE A. CRONIN.
¿'C ourier , published at Lafayette, again, to. the laudable business of
■ hundred votes in the entire State. superior fighting Material, have strick
5th D istrict —JA m ES H. SLATER :
Oregon, by our old friend J. H. Up-
Nobody was even silly enough to vote en \ ou from thci face of the earth. ton, formerly of Troy, associated with picking
agaiD'jt it. The matter died away of But to our point! Abraham Lincoln, W. J. Bowman. The last we hi.d on
He knows that wo could fill a col
its own accord; those voting for it not, in hisfecond in augi
jgural ' says that he is previously heard of him, he was pub
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umn each week from the Oregonian
even being silly'enough to claim that satisfied that the1 e is no considerable
now was hammering away to provt
Democratic Couaty Ticket
it had passed. Now near twenty years number of persor j of any party north, the infallibility and inmutability ol with like blunders. In the same pa
Pursuant to axHournmxnt on March 22,
after this transaction, a Judicial wh® qntertain se diments inimical to Democratic »principles, according to per that goes after us” be apologises
the Democracy of Yamhill Co. met to
day, April 14th, R. C, Kinney in the Bench, composed of idiotsand fanatics the preservation f the Union. What the latest interpretation. Pecuniarly. tor misprints—for the Types making
Chair, JOHN THOMPSON M. R. CARY and imbecile«, discover that a' vote say you to this, jou admirers of-Lin we wish him the best of lucky and uU him 6ay what be did not intend to
tra as he is wé cannot charge him”witl-_
Secretaries. The viva voce system of vo.ii g
iay. Poor fellow ! A rate specimen of—
had been taken on this question,’ and coln.? Ol you iha sally forth with* a
earning his poltical principles too fai
. was adopted and tbe following Darned
because, forsooth, no one Had been lie in your mouths and without the -—indeed we could not blame* him it ihe genus homo. '
Gentlemen were nominated.
fool enough to pay any attention to it, shadow of consistency on your sides, he should carry them a thousand miler
FOR REPKF3ENTAT1VES :
T he O ld G uard —The April num
THOS. STANDLEY, C. H. BIRCH. that negro suffrage had been estaU^4ponrftr these thinH—Explain if you further west and then ‘settle down?
her of this splendid Magazine hr on
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ed by default.' The Judges them will bow you man ge to declare the
our table-.-—it is much improved in ap
JOHN G. BAKER,
selves agreed in their decision of the
departed Lincoln the perfect embod-
Botffcs.—Mr. Wm. Starkey is can- pearance and usefulness. The number
question, that one affirmative vote, in
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and good, and at i >e same timedeclare subscribers to a book entitled “ Tht written articles, the “ Editor’s Table”
sufficient to cary the proposi'on, and
the Democratic | irty a treasonable
'which is always interesting) and chap
J. W. BURNETT
in virtue of the same it would become organization.- Yo ; are liars, and the Life and Public Services of Andrew
J oh nson,” -and also a biatnry of.^Gpn_ _ V & VI, of a highly interesting an^_
3 law. • Strange indeed ! that twenty
Dr . win iE. x
truth is not in y o a
''Gfrant; his Campaigns and General- ■‘xciting story entitled, “ Bertha Seely
---- ---- ca. âSJfïfSSlbKFRS,?- ’ -’ years ago alaw was passed in the
he heroine of the Old Dominion.”
We-cxamined sample copies of thos<
A. H. ROBERTS & W m . j HANNER
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Persons desiring tha. story complete
works, arid can say that they are we!
tn whole Commonwealth found-it out thing from Douglas .County in . the
printed, and neatly and Bubstanfially which all will when they see it) can
until the Supreme Court discovered the shape of a re^qrt that .a Democrat u
rocure the same by sending for back
bound. Persons dcsiFirig to pnssOs-
fact very,lately. This lie is just in keep cohabiting wit^'a 4enclu JSow, to be
■ umbers. It is still, being continued.
th emselres of th esc works cannot, dt
ing with tho Oregonian, We wonder consistent, Mr. Sentinel, aTT of- your
SCnOOL Sl'PERINTENOrNT, , '
better thin to take them of Mr. Staj
W e C ant A fford I t .—The Scnti-
that the editor’s hand is not palsied kind should make$our briws and pay
■f i M. R CARY
key. They are reasonably cheap, anc iel accuses us of striking the Dailey
in the act of penning .such brazen your most marked compliments to this
I arc sold only by subscription.
TTregonian' over our forms and send-
faced falsehoods. It will be remember fellow, for practicing precisley upon | I
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A. B. WESTERFIELD.
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-og it to him for an ^exchange, and
ed that some time since this saqrylv- your theory. You say that the negro
W ashington C ounty . —Our excel
l>e-wiM take it,*‘ tjiat way- wH rho-
ing sheç,t charged. that th'«? Krger is in all respects the equal of ihe white Tent correspondent at.. Forest Grove
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-ime.” _ We cant afford to supply yoir
DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS’ j Ketchum was a delegate to the Chlco- man, then why deride a Democrat for
whose communication will be found ir
Hon. J as . I>. F ay , Democratic Car li- go Convention that nominated M’C-
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hus, as the Oregonian, is ofsome value
doing and thir king just as you -do? » this
paper; arsures ns that *tjTVre art ’
date for Congress and Hon. L. F. L an e
---'ou--. V c would, however, return you
Democratic candidate for Secretary ol lellan. The
i. S l*k
State, will address thulr fellow -citizen* at liar or a centcmptlble ignoramusr He "March of your principals and #faith; t (y
„ ty of the success of the’ DittfOCratic
'*>. the following times and places. They
He thing wiy not covor our forms, so
extend an invitation to the opposing cat^s
-M ticket The Dcmopracy are alive m
vacant •• work It Off.”
lema he chooses----------------- —----------- and by whom ho Tias '' folch” up a * • Jthere, and if they do not carry that ab
didEtc« to meet tliem:
Umatilla...April 20 Ilillsborough.May 14
tribe of younger Stevens’ not quite so
oTiton strong hold it will not be for the ? a T r W iiat ?
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black, all of them. , tHe hails from the
Can you not see how unjust you are
; want of well directed exertion. Dr
Cheering News. —
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24. Salem. ,. ., .
land yon all expect to go to when you Bailey is a host of himself on the. foward-the fair in harboring-these un
26 Jefferson.. ..
20 . From all parts of the County comes
die—New England., and has ever pr-ac stump, and will make it warm for any worthy suepfofons ?—Portland Cynic.
favorite theory to the
e are at a loss to determine what
Independence, May 1 Albany,
I speaker they can pit against him.
3 Eugen» City .. 24 determined upon a change of the.: ad
-“ fair’’ the Cynic has reference to in
Canion City.. ;. 2 Oakland.
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9 Canyon’ille. . HJ
O nions , B eans , A c & c .—Our farm the extract quoted above. It may
H> Roseburg...— 28 and County. With anything approach
ers and gardeners the present Spiing have been fair play, fair crop, fair ave- .
81 ing a proper effort, Yamhill County Thursday (day" after to-morrow) Col
would do well to make a note of the rage or fair swap! State Fair, County
Jacksonville... . .June 2
will poll from 75 to 100 majority for
Démocratie papers please copy.
fact, that Beans and Onions arc much ?air, Sanitary Fair or the fuir sex.
the Democratic ticket on the first
enquired after at this time, with none
Col. Jas. K. Kelly, Democratic cvndi* Monday in Jnne. It has been ascer Woods Esq., will 6peak at this
in the market, Beans have been im-
didate for Gcvirnor, has arranged a list
R ev . M ercer
tained beyond-question that i hi re is a place. We hope there will be a gen
W-.' A gain .—Suita have
j ported from abroad and sold in Lafay
of appointments, 1 ms opponent, George L.
h^en commenced in San Francisco by
Democratic majority in the County. eral turnout, of all «lasses cf our citi ette for 8 cents
Woods, Esq., as tollewa:
lb. Onions com
zens to hear them. Col. Kelly ha9
Mrs, Thorn and others against the pur
'/PEAKING TO COMMENCE AT 1 O’CLOCK, P.M The republicans know it, and hence
mand like high figures when any can
gain and nothing
Jacksonville, Apr. 23 | U>llsboro May 12 they will make a super-human effort everything to
itan thief Mr. Mercer, for the recov
be had. We can see no possible ex
ery of monies advanced him, and dam
28 I Portland May 16 to overcome it. By observing their
cuse fur the necessity of importing pro
SO | Dalles
Mty 18 movements Democrat^ will discover
ducts of the earth that grow 60 abun ages for the nonperformance of bis
May 2 I Umatilla May 21 at once the tricks they are resorting to. State, with Mr. Woods. Mr O’Meara
contract. lie has filed answers deny
dantly in our own soil. Onions and
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_ | La Grande May 24
ing each and every charge. Boyakin*
May 5 > Aubnrn
May 26 Every “ doubtful” voter is besought
Beans are both pnaffitable crops, con
‘ May 7
will probably join him in San Francis
Inup'dehce Muy 29 and beseiged by them on every hand
sidered in any view. An acre of land
May 8 Snsanville May 31
every conceiveable character of in dress the people of Yambill County cannot be cultivated with so profitable co and take an interest in bis troubles.
L afayette May 10 J Canyon City June
Par nobile fratum.
ducements is being held out to them on that occasion.
a return as in Onions, and they are ak
Messrs. Hayden and Caton will also
James O'Meara, candidate State Pria- to obtain their votes- There. is no
ways in demand in any market. Beam»,
ter, will ioin Col. Kelly and Mr. Woods strategy to which they will not resori ; be bn hands and speak. The 10th will
too, can be grownjiroffitably, and are
H on . J. D. F ay , Democratic nom
at Roseburg, April 28lh, and, make the
threats and intimidation will not be be an interesting day.
rest of the canvassiug tour with them.
also in ready demand anywhere—are, inee for Congress, addressed a large
tbe least prominent in them programe
meeting at the Court House last even
Hon. BEN. HAYDEN and N. T. CATON
, W ill H e D o it .—It is expected like Onions one of the staples of the
ing on the political issues of- the day.
Esq., will address their fellow citizens of If these prove impotent, to thgir ends, hereabout that “ George L. the sneez produce market.
Mr. Fay is a good speaker, and prom
Yamhill Couuty, on polittical questions, money "Will be employed. Tüey have a
ises to make a lively cauvasH, -H<WM
er” will explain that little matter^ qf
as follows l Amity, May 7. Falkner’s, committee in each precinct to attend to,
cutfing the halliards of the American
A n E rror .—Some weeks since we followed by Mr. rnarnum, of Union
May Bth rMcMWmvnre, May 9tfi"; Lafiy- what they call'.“ qpostate republicans.”
county, who made a brief speech.
flag at McMinnville, on Thursday Were banded a copy of the “ Missouri
ette, May 10th.
We have no sash trouble on oar
next. A number of republicans are Gazette,” published in 1808, and
■ Speaking at 12 o'clock m .
hands. “ Apostate” Democrats are
said to know all about that little feat made a note of the same in our col
the things- that Were. Tbe
J. W. JFohrn«», Democratic
The L afayette M ail .—wo are im
of patriotism, and are also said to be umns as having been handed us by
formed by private letter from Wash
. Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of gains are all on our side, and we bave
ready to face George L. or any otblr. Esquire Ayers. This Was a mistake. ington City, that the contract forcarry
thia District, will spaak in Yamhill only, to turn them to account to win a
It was Mr. J. W. Burnett, instead ing a semi-weekly mail between Port
man that denies the charge.
Cowty, aa follows: At Dayton, May glorious <and lasting -victoiy ovee the
of Mr. Ayers, from whom we obtained land, Hillsboro and Lafayette, has been
25 ; at Lafayette, same day in the eve- sworn enemies of hopeety and equal * The Masons have organized a lodge
awarded to Mr. D. M. Fields, of thia
that interesting relic of by gone day«.
x At MeMiwovilh, 26 ; at Falknens, 28.
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