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DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKST.
JAMES 1). EAY, of Jackywr.
FOR GOVERNOR :
>n the 10th.
* On the lUib-iast.1 according to ap
pointment, Col. JumcsTK Kejly, and
George L. Woods Esq. rivabcandidates
fot GoVCJXior ol t^regoa, aach addteB-
vda very large audience composed- of
the Citizens of YwnAutt County of
both tfe’xes, in Lafayette. Woods
made the openiug speech, and had
tiere been no principles involved, and
JAMES K. KELLY, of Wasco.
>oK SECRETARY OF «TATE :
LAFAYETTE LANE of Multuomal-
the people had come-together to hear
a diaplay of objectlsess elocution and
FOR STATE TREASURER
JOHN C. BELL, of Marien.
< to» state printer :
JAMES O’MEARA, of Linn.
False Statements purposely Made.
G L Woods in his closing speech
in Lafayette recently made a ouiuliei
of very false »tatemen to with' marvt 1-
>'Un ilupunilv, 'Ufi|.lv l
tin rul. ’
Duplicates His Criminality.
Some time ago McPherson, editor,
id* the Albany Journal, utid candidate HAVING DETERMINED » TO CLOSE
öjtt« radi, j l'okut l.,r Suto Printer, OV* WITHjlßVIHW TO A REOJR.
«...rr.it.ul .tini bt'Ulni . vol for hni'bur ..
goyeruing the cajfipaigu admitted of mgin Li.nn County, and aiding im tbe
cape of some thieves wiw robbed a
no reply by his opponent, -f’ol.'Keliy
II9 decJared that Preside-nt John, store in Salem. Subsequently to this ,'^^ I ROI O^E , TO SELL OUR
son wA jet continuing military Gov !ra»,M-.i.6,-.b.-n-was!1.lu«iee..r.he E.\Tll!|.: Sio<-k Of U«*M
ixme to betmnoioteJ for Albi», 1'rei I Ar._Kra^ J»«#. Caabi or l’HO-
ernors over the Southern slates; that
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by order<»f the President, Mayor. M od cinct, and Judge, Powell,» radical, ap DUCE, 0r Both, At
roc of New Orleans was cast into pris pointed McPherson as such Justice.
on immediately after Lis election - aud A search was lutely made for the dock
that the tdty was “ to-day under mili et account of McPherson’s trialj/ and
Our Sjock Is New, FuH And *
tary rule,” when he kff&w full - well- it was no where to be found. The in-
clown like reparte, his phytipon words
would have been quite creditable; but
, such was not the fact. Theso arc times !
JUROI FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
that call for an vxhibtion—of ti
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possessed by the baffooD. Mr ■ the President aud was inaugurated as
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Woods did not, during the, dejjvery. o£ Mayor in tbe latter part of April.
TOR EROSECL'TIXG ATTORNEYS, ,
a speech, occupying one hour and a Those assertions were made for the
1st D istrict —JAMES R. J$1L,
2d D istrict —GEORGE B. DORR Is. half, proclaim a single original idea. purpose of ridiculing tbe Democracy
8d D islrict —J.. W. JOHNSON.*
The subject matter of his address was for supporting the President.
4th D istrict 7ELG^NE A. CLON1N. that same old song, that “ Democrats
5th XtuTMCT—JA m ES 11. SLATER. had been opposed Jo the Union,” be
A S tunner -W ho will A ns W er
cause they were opposed to the “Union” I t —In the course of his speech here
party. He has got a job on his bands on tbe tenth, Col. Kelly put the fol
Democratic County Ticket
Pursuant Jo adjournment on March 22, in this campaign that would prove cm- lowing question to his opponent and'
the Democracy of Yamhill Co. met to phaticallj embarrassing to a man pos. to the audienec, and requested that
day, April 14th, IL C, Kinney in the
Mr, Woods answer it in his closing'
Chair,JOHN THOMPSON M. R. CARY i-essed of more brains^—that of sustain
Secretaries. The viva voce system ofvoiitg ing Congress and the President both.’ speech, viz:
There are thirty five States in the
was adopted aud tha following nameu Mr. Woodahottay* -tho-demagogueoft-
Gentlemen .sere nominated.
Union according to the Presidents
____ ! every turn and hence we should be
THOS. STANDLEY, C. H. BURGH. 'Very sorry to see him elected to the view, and according to the common
high, houDiablc aud. respausib-le -jwei- >aewjRiew .o^>e
JOHX-G. TAKER; ' ' ' tiotT of C -
-r ofOr.-g.m-he will
not be so elected. It would be a base ply eonquored Territory,. Now this
imputation upon the intelligence of assumption leaves ‘only twenty four
States competent to exorcise the func
the people of the State to harbor the
tions of States. Suppose that in 1868-
i- remotest suspicion that they were ca
pable of so monstrous a.dt ed as that of Chase runs for President in these twen
electing George L. Woods over such (y four States, and gets a majority of
the votes of the sanie, and .Sew.arc
A. H. ROBERTS 4 W m . HANN a a man as Col. Kelly.
At the conclusion - of Mr. Woods’ runs for President in lhe.whojc Jthirty.
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five States and gets a‘majority thereof,
speech, Col. Kelly took the stand and
- who would be tfr^Tegafty
spoke for an hour and a half, and with-
identi Chase-or Seward ?■
out any of tbe parade and pretentions
Mr. Woods failed to answer or make ~
of the speaker who preceded him, pro
M. R. CARY
ceeded for a few minutes to dissect the aoy stilusion to the questionJn his dos
►Terence seems to be, that while Jus
tice of the Peace, the present candi
date on the - radical
ticket for State
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Printer, spirited away this docket ev
idence of a vdry criminal transaction-
In a social point of view, we entertaiq-
a high regard for Mr. McPhersorv and
hope be will be able to make a show
ing in this affaif that will exculpate
him from the suspicion of having mu
tilated a court record, whilst he was its
AND WILL rOSfTOFEY
BE -SOLD At GOST. All The
STAPLE And FANCY GOODS
Roqired To Complete an AS»SÖK1-”
A Splendid Stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING Will
also beFound At our STORE.
We Haveulso, A Few Dozen
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A Good Ticket .
The Multnomah County Democracy
have gone t^-work tbe preseut Cam-
■Il to win.
will. Their (Jaunts
radcrT-by «OTr " 1.. Fr G rï • v eU a mí
Of Superior make,
WHICH WE WILL S?!LL AT MAR
VELOUSLY LOW FIGURES.
B argains .
Judge Strong, than whom there are
not two men in the State who stand
Lafayette, May 9th, 18n6.
higher as gentlemen and who can
bring more genuine ability tv bear in
the canvass or in the Halls of legisla
tion. It would indeed be a caricature
Dr. A. R. Dillon.
upon the intelligence and self esteem
of the people of. .Multnomah County PH Y SIC I À N & SU R.G E 0 N
to defeat the gentlemen above Darned --
as against Powell nnd-Cottupne for the
Treats Suci-essfiiUyj old or CHRONIC ’ •
State Senate. TheMultnomah ticket disra.-cs, of every Character, description
as a whole, is a good one—could not ofkind. CANCERS a J CANCRIFORM
Alli-1-üon-i ;uu Cured, by- hÎS treatiàent,
very well be.bettered.
pertnincndy and with ui irvc-lous ra|udjty.
B®„S;>«ciil attention given to tho*treat
ing speech,which is evidence that heis ' We are glad to see the name of our '
A. B. WESTERFIELD.
- *IrTencn1 Bob” Ladd appear on* the this Const.
the audretice the obvious incincerity of fearful to commit Idmself on the
Dr. Leby’s Frmale Pills costar.tiy on
Representative ticket. This gentle
Mr. "Woods, and in fact of all the rad point.
hand and for ji.ile.
AIT of the special remedies kept for
Tho fact is, President Johnson man fh¿ Blacks delighted to honor as
DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMEN TS ical leaders. He then openod an ag-
long as. he would be one of them, but sale, with full inslructfona bow to use
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• Id grc.ssivc warfare upon the
principles would call to his aid, Grant and Shen
-■»bont tw»yenrs >inre'be became convin them.’^a
” Hon. J as . D. F at , Democratic candi-’ , of the radical party which made thc-r^ftaD"w^ their h,bi>t5, to inaugerate
Peri-on« residing at a distance who —
date for Congress andllon. L. F. L ane !, those present exceedingly uneasy, as tbe
the President elected by the whole cod that they were carrying the joke ¡ho desiire my treat mi ni for any aihnent of ■---- v
Democratic candidate for Secretary of!
long standing can enclose $5 ar.d address,
abundantly evinced by their very Pe?Ple> wben the whole tribe of New far—that their professions of dcvotióD Dr. A. R. Dillon, ’ Lafayette, Oregon, ’
State, will address their fellow'dtizens at1 wai
the following times and places. They^g an(J
England blood-suckers, foiled in this,. to the Ur ion were blasphemous and
•xtend an invitation to the opposing cans
b vjiocriti ?-d. so he droped their’cause they will receive hv return mail a package
didatewto ffrtrttfwn:*" ’ -
KeUy ¿ealo-witft the immster as ■Jxould hhacec.lunaly .Kquuacerand-im*
ul mcaicine. suftp iunt to inaugurate a
Umatilla...April 20 Hillsborough.May 14 fsueb institutions should be delt. with. mediately set about the task of organ and united himself w ith the Democra trentmeift and test its efficacy. Utiice
cy ; tie only Unipn party of the Coun-; «South Sidy main street, one door east of
21 Lafayette.. •
izing anethe* sectional party to em
17 -Leaving feats of rhetoric to be perfor
J. T. Hembree’s Store. May l2’-66 tf.
try. Success to all of the ticket.
Union. ; . ..
24 Sal e ili. ,. . . .
19 med by those that have no arguments broil and embitter one section against
20 to offer, he treats his audiences to stub another, in the hope sooner or later, of
28 Corvallis.. ..
Beller? ... 3 Hear Thom.
Independence. May 1 Albany..,.
21 born facts—such as are uncontrover provoking another war, that they may
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8 Eugene City..
24 I tible and make nn abiding impression grow rieher still, off the blood of their.
Tb-morro* uur, Jongressional
Canioe City, i . .2 Oakland/.
countrymen; and the woes of widow didates will address the people at this
>"1 Dalles. ^.... .
9 Canyonville. . 19 upon'their minds. Two years since,
place. We shall be pleased to see as
28 when tbe blacks elected the dementod hood and orphanage.. ,
Jarge a crowd on baud, as .was.her©, on
’ 11 Kerbyville..
31 “ Old Dickey,” they' boasted them
'Jacksonville.... .June 2
Thursday last. It will be decidedly an
selves, that they could as easily have
Democratic papers please copy.
The riproriou- Hawkins of Tonne inteVcsting time. Those who want to
elected a John Chinaman. Wonder-
ssee (?) turns out it seems, to be sim listen to an argumentative, truthful"
Col. Jas. K. Kelly, Democratic candi- ous changes have come over the
ply a Missouri Abolition bushwhacker and unanswerable speech, delivered in
didate for Governor, has arranged a list
dreams of Oregonians «since then, be
HE LATE SIGNS OF VOLCANIC
low flung scavenger. The exact a pleasant, gentlemanly style, and by
of appointments, hjs opponent, George L.
action ainojmted simply to a ruse U>
Woods, Esq., as follows:
date of his emigration from Massachu one of the best speakers in Oregon,
SPEAKIMG TO COMMENCE AT 1 ¿’CLOCK, P .M considerable aud singularly unanimous
to teach mankind that she was there—R.
• eetts is not positively known, but it is
will come to hear the Hon. Jas. D.
Jacksonville, Apr. 28 | Hillsboro May 12 1 in their Democratic prodelictions, so
H arris is also there with the best stock of
evident enough that he is a .puritan.’
Kerbyville ’ ’
25 | O’gn City May 15 I
1' ines, Liquors, Cigars, Oysters, Sardines,
” 28 | Portland May 16 I we bear no more of such extra vagat
Ibis evidence be abundantly furnish-
. Oakland -
n «0 | Dalles
May 18 boasting by them.
ed at Amity ip making a furious and formerly run a one horse show) and ' Crncners, Nuts,‘Candies, &c., Ac., ever
May 2 | Umatilla May 21
Col. Kelly speaks to the point and
offered in this Market. He also has tho
unprovoked assault upon Col. Kelly
Corvallis - May 4 | La Grande May 24
May 5 Aubnrn
May 26 devotes no time to the discussion of and then slinking back like a whip
choisest quality of Chewing and Smoking
Salem /> May 7 Indp’dence May 29 idle or unimportant issues. The rad
Tobacco; Candfas, Ac. He-¡a also pro
ped spaniel when be found arryaed in
May 8 Snsanville May 31
The Hon. Lafayette Lane is also'
L afayette May 10 | Canyon City June icals were amazed and alarmed, while his fronta man that does nob'know
vided with tablesand Cards, where those
expected to accompany the above ham-1
some of thorn become belligerent, and
the word flinch. There is a gentleman h^ed
and speak abo. 1 in quest of fan ma)’ amuse themselves at' *
" James O’Meara* candidate State Prin on$ of them who stood perhaps six pa residing in Lafayette who knows some
Mr. Lane is a good speaker, and we i their leisure. He will be happy to wait -
ter, will ioin Col. Kelly and Mr. Woods cas from the speakers stand, proceeded
r thing of this Tennessee (?)., Hawkins should be glad to have him come and on his old Customers and as many new
at Roseburg, April 28tb, and make the
to demonstrate the evidence that the
* rest of the canvaaaiug tour with them.
lie would probably be able to recount speak.
ones as choose to favor him with a call.
Col’s, remarks ^ere taking effect, by
to the chivalrous (?) gentleman (?)
blandishing his fist, and using such what he remembers concerning the
Democratic Ticket. radical argument, as, “ that’s a d------ d surrender in Missouri by him of him Col. Kelly called on us on the day
lie,” and so forth and so on.
self and several hundred men to eigh of the speaking, and we were proud to
F. A. BAILEY, JOHN SWEEK.
. We arepleasad to say that no Dem- tg llomr Guards. But let the ninny earn from him that he was perfectly
County Judge, JOHN CAIN.
oetats interrupted Mr. Woods during spout. His harrangues amount to Vux sanguine of the suecess of the whole
both qf bis speeches—-their political et practerea nihil._______
•State Tickit. The Qgl. is looking ro*
weapons are of another sort.
)ust, but was on that day afflicted with
SIMON BODYFELT Has ^Opened hir
Ji. W. Johnson^ Democratic IJ ad as H e .—We are sorry indeed an exceedingly annoying hourseness ;
Tresurer, HENRY WARING.
Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of< that, the conduct of the man Crawford so much so. that it was with consid NEW aud well
this District, will spaak in Yamhill during Col. Kelly’s speeb, has found erable difficulty he made himself heard
U. JACKSON, JOHN CAMPBELL.
I County Surveyor, C.‘ H. RAFERTy.
.25 ; at Lafayette,same day in theevjp. extenuate his contemptible exhibition »tai' Tb. Col. ia our ..it Govern.|JÜKKÎÂ
( ychod Sup’t., THS. HOOVER,
- T t I Furnish his Customers with such MEATs
At MoMinnvilk, 26; at Falkner», 2?, pf ||1 btccditfg on that oocamon.
roner,. W. G. SCQGGIN.
lie, as can be procured in the market.
Still Stands !