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IMPED EVIRY Tl’ESDAY,
volunteers glimpse of the Statesman of the 7.
for the war”—indeed an avalanche of would put all doubts at rest. That pa
The chivalrous Col. Haw-^-kins of men would rash forth from that State, per devotee near efeww co/umn« to the
Tennessee, (?)’in company with his
Well, the Yankees did “ avalanche,” consideration of the propositions i»id
.exoeRiniy the Governor—Gibbs, vis
but it was for Canada, instead of for down by Mr. Smith, in the vain ende ADOPTED IN CONVENTION
ited Amity on the 9th inst, and pro the South.
avor to make a thowing, feint as it may
THE COURIER ’“**
ka«w Bin Maa,—The Oeward-
TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1866.
J. H. L PTOX
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR.
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ceeded to arum up a little
which to speak his
and it, so
would be swarming
of our- Extra, issued while
be, toward refuting
them.-- It is
use, Mr. Statesman, Mr- Smith is too
happened that Col. Kelly reached that Mr. Woods was speaking on the 10th many for all of you- You all of you
point about that time on his way from fast., for gratuitous distribution.
k no wit- The knowledge of tfie truth
Dallas to i^fayette.
The Col. took
of this assertion makes you chafe-
his place near eighteen paces from the
D emocrats ! T o work ! to work I
The Sneezer” Having taken tor his
stand froth which Hawkins spoke, and
The forces of the enemy ar^ scatter
text to-day the stale charge that some
seated himself to quietly enjoy a
Democrat had said » the South had a ed and demoralissd, and it only re»
smoke. Haw—kink bad “not gone far
right to secede,” the following is sub maina for you to step forth and grasp
with his harrangue until he comnjien-
mitted for bis consideration :
ced deritogin low bred inuendos di-
Governor (!) has what he seems to conducted dictated
rectly respecting Col. Kelly, and final
ly set himself about asking the Col. think a good thing on the natives in
in their ranks.
Men of Democrat-
numerous questions, and at the same the way of a discovery be has. made - ’ .. .•
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time affecting an air of supremest cun-
ws?*Sppw«Fto aerie, no matter what their qualifica-
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. 1. Resolved,. That we affirm as the
creed of our political faith and practice, our ' -•
steadfast devotion to the following princi
ples, viz : Equal and exact justice to all
men ol whatever state, party or sect; the
support of the state Governments in all
their rights, and of the Federal Govern
ment in all its vigor; a jtalous care ofthe
elective franchise; the supremacy of the
.ciivl over the niilitery authority; oppo
sition io the centralisation of power; econ*
omy in all public expenditures ; the gene
ral diffusion of education; the encourage
ment of morality and the highest civiliza
tion ; the right of every man to worshi
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ofthe press, aud freedom ot the person
Wcdiear under the protection ot the habeas corpus.
great tions, clainis or popularity.
w ““UäwWf- ùoninitsaióiièra, was convinced ere thi«, that the man coercion. Horace Greeley, the «
2. Resolved, That the action of the
S BniieUi-, iknry ilTwitt ; Sheriff,L. L. Hawkins was a low bred, low ’flung
rwdicwl luminary, from whom all lesser the murm|yings in the distance, which
majority in Congress in refusing to admit
WhitcHtiib ; (’lerk,
( lerk, S
S ('. C. Adam«
did nut radicals receive their light and draw will become more and more audible the Representatives of eleven States, io
Treasurer, J d hn
ot depravity, and
'W .W.atts>ol Superinteiidint, Rvv. deign
self their inspiration, was also opposed to until the fourth day of June next, an unwarrented assumption of power
upon the part of Coegress, revolutionary
coercion. He said that he wanted to when the point of culmination will be in its tendency, and dangerous tathehb-------
Snrv. vor, A. S Watt.
1 tiou was asked him what he thought let her go in peace—that the govern- reached, and the radical party of Yam erties of the people ; that we do and wilt
sustain President Johnson in bis determi
ù ÎLQ j ÉN T 1S TR. Y.
of cfcrraia ceiehritieB at pressnt figu*- luent had no right to male“war on bar. hill County will only be remembered nation and efiorts for the complete resto
ration of all ' the constitutional rights of
tog on the radical*drama, when the Col. Greeley still contends that he was for its misdeeds:
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all the states, and we unreservedly approve
auswered him, that he believed with right and cvrrect in the opinions he
bis veto of the Freedmen’s Bureau ard
<‘Tnx T ribune is understood* to
Andrew Johnson, that they and their expressed at that time. In a late
Civil Rights bills, and all hit constitute sal
be an advocate of universal suffrage, efforts to prevent the fanatical majority IB *
DR. A G. PHILLIPS. BURGEON
kind were traitors, when the would be
and in favor of admitting the darkey Congress from changing-or destroy.og our
chiv., made a furious rash toward him Greeley nays:
to the polls on the same terms as the ebenshed form of Government
even u i "c’ tkiMi
h, | with clenched fiat and *t the sama ___ '“But*
а. Kaashrad, That 4be fruition »•»
M ■■SnndaT M uqit -__ - —
irnn»*ts nw rrTrssioosi nervrcCT toti
not express the whole truth. Tens of i
sutned py President Johnson, that the
Citisns of Lafayette and Surrounding time uttering horid imprecations. The »
has no right to Represents tves freni the Southern States
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thousands voted for Secession as a defi
Country- no. t2 tf.
Col. rose to his feet and placed him
speak of our viewe5on this vital mat ought to be at once admitted to seats in
ance to Northern threats of“ coercion.”
self in a proper attitude to defend him .They voted —nut that they wished to ter as “ anderstodd,” when they have Congress, and that .legisla tion affecting
been a thousand times expressed as Buch States while they are-unrepresented
self, and bade the belligerent Haw- leave the Union—but that they would
clearly as our mother tongue will al as unconstitutional, meets with our boartv
AT kws tobak immediately or he would ■ot be,held in it by force. ** * We low, The Tribune does, indeed, be approval.
did not wish any fighting.”
4. Resdved, That the assumption of
pound the life out of him. The chiv.
lieve in admitting Blacks to vote on
opposition that the Democratie) party
Speaking of the position of the Journal equal termt with H’Aifex.—N”. Y.
Lafayette, Yamhill County,
Oregon. took him at hir word, and but- for the ■.
is in favor of repudiating the publie debt» “
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Will practice in-the Supreme, Circuit fact that Gov. (iibbs threw his ponder of Commerce, The Tribune ofthe same Tribune, March 13 ’66.
Mn<1 thajjt' jn infijyor of uuUineAtian hag.,
amt ill of the Courts of this State.
secession, is slanderous and false.
ous carcass between the Col ...and his
T win M onstrosity .—In Niatic,
б. Resolved, That we endorse the
assailant, the poltroon would probably in the front rank for the coericionists. Illinois twin boy6 were recently born, sentiment of Senator Douglas; that this
government was made on a white ^«tiefor
have found it convenient to put a pe We, certainly, did no*. We never joined together from the top of the
le benefit of the white man, and we are
head to the hips. They have four
riod to his pilgrimage right there* and proposed to force, nor buy, nor whee
opposed to extending the right of auffertxe '
dle, nor beseech the South to remain eyes, two mouths, two noses, and three to any other than white men.
then, for want of healthy optical ma-
Phyticiau & Surgeon
in the Union. It was never necessary ears, one of which ' is at the point
6. Resolved, That the exemption of
chinery to light him on his way. He
where the hesds are joined. The legs United States bonds from taxation is sub-1
In the HOSPITAL
would have had to have put in to port the North that the South, faithfully and feet are perfect, while two of the teantialy the exemption of rich men from ’
canvassed and fairlv polled, should de arms are united in one, having eight taxation because they are rich, »nd the
fingers and two thumbs. The other taxation of poor men because they are
Cui. Kelly is widely known in Ore* cide, by a majority vote of her . people,
Of The Anwr of the POTOMAC.
poor, and we arc ¿a frror of taxing those
whether- to stay th the Union or go two thumbs are perfect.
Office in Dayton, Oregon.
for county, State and municipa
gon and bears the name wherever
out u[ it, would have savedthe awful
S ensible W ords —Mrs Patter
known, of deporting himself as a gen carnage and waste of the war.
7. Resolved ; That strict and impernia
son, President Johnson's daughter the
tieman in all respects. This contemp
Has Governor (?) Woods no better lady of the White House is reported justice demands that the expences of the
tible braggart, Hawkins, would do thing to charge against the Democra to have recently made this highly sens General Government, a8 well as of the
State Governments, should be borne by
ible remark to a very prominent and the people according to their ability, and
J. T. HEMBREE, :
: PRO. well to remember former chastise :y than this soticoercion charge ?
fashionable woman: “ We are plain not according to their necessities, and
THIS HOTEL is Mi!l kept for the ac ments before undertaking to bully gen
ittiful W help —The person people, from the mountains of Tenn- hence that we conqemn nor,as in the part,
commodation of boardera and the tlemen in Oregon. *
who msde the main disturbance while eaee and we shall not put on airs be a protective tariff that terjds, necessarily
to opprss the masses for the benefit of
- As W as to be expected .—It has Col Kelly was speaking on Tbuteday cause we chance to occupy this place the rich.
for a short time ”
been ascertained by parties who had last, we sre told was one Crawford.
& Resolved, That in a Democratic
the real sovereignty rests in
ample facilities for the correct deter In consideration ofthe respect we have
and attentive hostlers.
A W idow in Amsdur county, Cali the people* and all efforts tending to wrest
mination of the question, that, of 21, for many well disposed and gentleman fornia, disposed of her house by lottery, power from the people is a war upon
000 heroes that ** thronged the high ly Republicans, we will assume that and when the drawer of the prize went them, revolutionary and dang« roue ; and ’
B. & BBADEBAW,
ways and by wsya” for Canada imme thia man Crawford is an out cast from for it, she told him to take his house that the existence of nation) banks* after
off her lot as soon as possible, for »be the experiencewe have had with and
diately after the Draft was to be enfor
Society, and was drunk, though we intended to build a new house on the without them, especially in times of peace,
ced, that 9,300 of the refuges were
is a subject of just alarm. (
know nothing to the contrary of him spot with the money which she got for
6. Relsolved, That the unlawful and
from Massachusetes, and that 9.019
being in the first stsnding in his party. the old one I This is the sharpest piece
shameful squandering of the people’s
COUNSELOR AT LAW,
of the number were radi ml republi
Whatever they may think in the prem of widow work now on hand.
mouey by our present grate officials
cans. The ballance of the 21,000 ises, we are sure it would redound to
You may put a thousand excellent meets with onr emphatio oondemna
with the exception of 2,700 were from the credit of the radical party to re things in a newspaper, and never bear tioa.
10. Resolved, That we will ever hold
OLICITOR IN CHANCERY. WLL other parte of the New England States strain snob beasts as this Crawford a word of approbation from the jeaders,
but just let a paragraph slip in of one in grate fill memory those through
Practice in the District and Supreme and New York. This accounts for
from an exhibition of the spleen and or two lines, that is not in good taste,
Conns of Oregon..
whose patriotic, not mercenary or par
the election of Governor Seymour in
yW"Taxes Paid, Collections made, and
hate that, for aught we know to the and you may be sure of hearing about tisan servioes, thè dignity of the Re- ’
the latter named state—the republi
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
public and the integrity of the Union
ooutrary, ranklea in th* breasts of a ma that.
cans were in Canada to keep out of
I t is a good sign to see the color of were preserved; and wo denounce as
•jority of the members of that party.
health on a man's face. It is a bad a base insult >o the gallant livisg and
heroic dead, the present efforts of the
It will be remembered that this ex-
A T horn in their S ides .—Hoti. sign to sea it all concentrated on bis
odtis of republicans from New England J. S. Smith is giving the blacks trou- nose.
their .victory into a partisan triumph, *
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took place subsequently to the issuance ble—sore trouble. He is telling plain
8iDNirr S mith says: « Power will job ing to make the late war one of con- j
of the proclamation of émancipation, and itubborn truths and the people be intoxicate the best hearts, as wine the quest, instead of the aappreufon of the <
•beUion—for subjugation luatead of res
ATTORNEYS ANO COUNSELORS AT tAVf. in consideration of the issuance of lieve him—can find no reason to dis strongest heads. No man is good toring Hte'Unioo—for the negro instead ■“
which, Got- Andrew of Massachusetts believe him. If evidence warn want enough* tobe trusted with despotic of the white man.
Will practicél?ñatitere5awarne and Di»-1 proœined the President that Ute “high
power; for when posee-sed of it others
11. Resolved, that the miner* should
ing to convince anybody that. Mr.
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can no longer answer for him, because be encouraged and pjotected to the free
tefet Court» of Onton-
ways and by ways ef Massachusetts Smith is worrying them, a single he can bo fearer Mtwvr for htaolf. >» uaesfttf*
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