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J. L ampson is said to bo cxtreemel
unpopular among his neighbors, owing to
ity—r yrrntlcmm, -~0 ;ir^ pvrnuUeJAujaa^-
and unpardonable delinquencies on _
_,”j. w. violate the peace aud disturb political
republican, who has lately announced tract from a letter from
his part jn his business relations with
TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1866
his determination tb vote the Demo-' Nesmith, dated at Washington fity. speakers, but all who have been guil
them. This insures South Yamhill to Mr.
craticAicket, was accosted b_wt radical April Id, 1S’>C>. Mr. Nesmith says: ty of ill bred and ungentlemcnly con
who is making himself ‘ useful” in
“I am glad to hear that the^eople duct during, the present campaign,
C andidatfs for P rosecuting A ttorn <
that defuncteaii«?, as follows : 7T7” of Oregon sustain the Statesman like have been republicans. Col. Kelly
ev .—On last Friday ove. .Messrs ’ Johns
1 ST ATE TICKET !
- Radical: “Well,-—r—, I am told add conservative policy being pursued was wantonly insulted in Lafayette
son (Democrat,) aud Sullivan (Radical)
while he was sjjgiikiiig, and later, the
you have joined . the copperheads; is
by president Johnson.. If that policy lie was ghveri to Mr. Fay while he was addressed a tolerable house in thia place.
Mr. Johnson lead off, and we are sura
Falls, and the Radicals succeed in their «peaking here, though in so low a tone
he made a decided good impression, Meat
FOR CONGRESS :
about that: If my support of the only unconstitutional designs,the Union will as for that gentleman not to hear it. of his hearers were inuchi. pleased with
JAMES D. FAY.
Ili was similarly insulted in some of thé manner and matter of his address
party that supports ’the constitution never be restored.”
FOR GOVERNOR :
He is emphatically, a good reasoner.
the northern Counties,
JAMES K. KELLY.
and the Couutry makes me a copper
J. W. NESMITH.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE ¡
Mr. Sullivan followed ,in a speech of
head, I plead guilty, t(^ the chage.”'
Senator Nesmith having been all ’ We learn that some loyab scavenger
an hour and three quarters—-devoted ex-
FOR STATE-TREASURER :
Rad : “ If you do vote with the tho time at the center of the scene of asserted that Mr..Fay lied whilst be cluaivcly.tQ.lbfl^ffork. 1Q.. dfaprovi- Mti __ -¿1
JQHN C; BELL. - ■ ------ Democrats you will Be sorry for it.” flie commotion, since Gie Uisuriion was speaking lately in Salem, and wa>
Joiinson’s propositions, but failed couclu-
FOR STATE PRIWKli:
Johnson man; I am never sorry for, Radicals opened their batteries against thankful afterwards for the privilege sively. Those gentlemen treat each
nor ashamed of, doing what my judg- the President and the Constitution, of getting away with a mashed mouthy 'other with commendable courtesy.
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY,
._ We can aecountfarthis evi-
4th PifrmcT—EUGENE A. CKONIN ment tells me is right, and I—think has aiiipk) opportunitiesof A no wing and
dence of ill breeding among the radP T hat 'A nti -C oercion C harge .
it is time all lovers of their Country of realizing the exact situation.
‘ j —o o ¿
Democratic County Ticket
cals pn no other hypothesis than that
Horace Greeley, the great
were abandoning the so-called Union
Voters of Oregon J WBI you sup-1
for A eprfsentatives :
THOS. STÀNDLEY;C. H. BURGH. party^. it is not what it professes to Le, port a "man for Congress who. is pledg
radical party being a very filthy con- radicals receive their light and draw
ed in advance to go with the Radicals
JOHN Q. B&KER.
1. Meriyou know, always told us that to any extreme—-even tonfile annihi- TOn.( the- eentn ef
as soou as the people of tire South Ration ef the Constitution that s_o drift into its blighting embrace
let. her go in peace—that tho govern-
tnent had no nglit to'make'waronher. ’■» ■
laid down their arms, and gent Repre much blood has been spilt to preserve ?
Lew, Vile and Contemptible.
Greeley still contends that he was
sentatives to Congress, the uniou was If so vote for Mallory.
Tne Statesman resorts to the Fish right and correct in the opinions he
restored—they have done this,. and
preservation of the Market tactics characteristic of its par expressed at that time. In a late
A. H. ROBERTS A W m . HANNA. thè union party say they are out of government, vote for James D. Fay. ty, and asserts that one 13th Only of number of the Tribune, March.. 13,
the union, and that the union is diss Our Senator knows all about it,.. and”
the convicts in the Oregon Penitcntia-
hfi-flays-if. the radicals succeed, the ry are ‘‘Union’7 ircn. With black
not express the whole truth. Tens of
Don’t Geo. L. Woods sup country is ruinedr 1
republican Judges, Prosecuting At-
port the ..President ?”
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IH! Jtfti jBLW j _ "W ft-'Rx •
JJSrrs6n',man ; **
They voted —not that they wished to
thé man who Baker saw cut the - flag save ooe in the §tate, arid an intensely
I leave the Union—but tLui tlifig would
Congress.” Rad: Well, I knowjie down.”— Cynic. TT7
partizan- and not a” very scrupulous !
not be-held in it by- force,*** We
does, but’then be-supports the Pre.sk
If the tcstiinoncy of Mr. S. C. Adams Governor to dispense pardons, it isuon»J did uJvwish ftny fighting.”--—--------------
is good for anything with the Cynic, and ly wonderful that a single republican Speaking of the position ufthe Journal
• Johnson man : Impossible !__ Mr. if bis vote in thia county aS regularly re- -boards at the institntiom
erc o, a, The
Tribune of of the
“ The prtneipleS of my restoration to the Cynic, he may rest assured that
an investigation ofiiu the (rnnfe mnic fttr
policy arc fnndrmTTitrtl. 'No hian can Wells-was a regular disunion—Abolition anjrother traitor
JOHN W. CAIN.
approve of my policy and that «4 Gon republican of the “ most straitest sect” the political antcee lenU of the culprits J We, certainly, did no\ We never
Jl^IN H.'CORNELIUS. - gress'fit the same ttee. Tkat is im~
Democrats revere the flag of their coun who have received pardons during the ‘ proposed to force, nor buy, nor whee
dle, nor beseech the South to remain*
rP. C. FREEMAN.
. .. .
try, and. hence the fact of the Cynic and four years last past,
in the Uniom Jt was never; necessary _
RMica”: Mr. Mallory supports the h
J. W. ■ CHAMBERS.
ccadjutors being so obnoxious to
R. R. L avugun , .• a . i nvr to the t0 do eitbeF-. / simPlo_
WM. BLANCHARD _ President.
Jehn-on. man : “ I did them. Democrats-» ere never- known' to i * ri -i
~... tbe-Nvrth tbalfh® ^mth, -faithfaUy—
f?“, ab!,eBtfia,.<n, .
fuitl, Wiled, ahoqld de-
• County..Commission ers,
not hear Mi*.'Mallory speak, but have trail that flag in the - dust—Black repub ■? ¿Sf?"3-6
ULYSSES JACKSON, XCAMPBELL been told by do . less thaH-ffca^xcpubli- licans bar* bedSwtatown to-do such things
QDuntyi£5r.The space of - JX ¿ide,by a majority vote of ljer people,
County Suryeyor, O. H. RAFEETY.
oycoMöris; Fora stipulated month?, during which timoffie^acquir- ■ whether to stay in the Union .or go
cahs who with myself re going to vote on dlvVrs
ed a residence aud had - nted else-
of it, would have savedthe awful
' School Sup*t,
- T. B. HOOVER.
for Mr. Fay, that Mallory, ridiculed, sum paid by Geòrgfe L. Woods, the fl.i'g
and waste ef’^war.
W. G. SCOGGIN.
the President as .being a drunken sot was wantonly insulted in; McMinnvilc. where, but returning on the eve of the
election, itLsaid to have sneaked up Jo, 'Z •
—said he was all the time drunk' on
Tirr. N dü ’. hvman thinksthat since.
DEMOCRATIC APPOINTMENTS Democratic whisky.”
John L. Barker “afirdavitcj” on tbçA. the polls and voted early in the mum- . "
uKhcnntin l.im' State
subject, G'to. “W^ksris clesn' oF^thf*“ JflÄ^üLidßCiiüuulayyAji
'County ofTTeTore me, the under-
Horn‘'J as : D7F ay ‘ Dcmbcratio candí-1
.-n i ' f '
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.signed Justina, nf-tnrt
-htMte^-^ytrir-n^àccTTTa^ for ' »lid ^>unry ^rid
Democratic candidate for Secretary'
State, will address their fellow-citizens at strait “ union” ticket.
State, Aaron Lynch, ^ho deposes and
the following times and places. They
Would noUtbis Laughlin make an sai8 : - That °" or about tl»O,.day of
Johnson mhn : Never, I voted the any statement “ Cultus” John Baker
extend an invitation to the opposing cans
• . „
, •> .
I May, 18G6. at Eugene City, Lane Co.,
didates to meet them:
union ticket, only because I was in makes? We have heard of noonCwho' interesting legislator with a crime so I Oregon
, L. Kenedy and myself were
Umatilla—April 20 ^.Rjllsborough.-MAy 14
blaek «aspentk-d4tke-:r pall over hrs Lin a conversation about the cutting of "
21 Lafavette. . •
16 ■favor of the restoration of the Unipp, wIUl Morally he is regarded with
! the American. Flag down at McMinn
23 Dallas. .....
17 and for this very reason I shall vote loathing more profound than is a Dig conscience?"
.21 . Salem......
19 the Democratic ticket My mind is
ville, Yamhill Co., Oregon, when Geb
ger -Indian. Weeds ds guilty.’ The
26 - Jefferson.. ..
I t ’ s A F act —TI ïc morePknowing* L.’ Woods came out of Underwood’s
/' -Auburn.. ..
22 made up on that point. «1 am convin simple fact that they could procure
Law Office and said: r/What about
Independence. May 1 Albany..
21 ced, as every person -ought to be, the services of no respectable party in ones of the radicals admit that. George that flag,” and I stated to him that
L. Woods is doomed to run far be
Susanville.',^ 3 Eugene City.. 24
-if I had been in his place I would
Can ion pity
~ y.. i . 2 Oakland. . . - 2=- that the union party ñ -dctermrned to Tils Lehalf condemns him.
hind his ticket in this County.
T have stood my grouud yesterday when
9 Canyonville. .
the cutting of the flag came up, and if
28 Johnson, the President we elected says •Goon S peaking ,—On the 23 last.
C atalogue Laughlin was once ap I was clear of it, I would have made
11 Kerby ville..
so. Wm. II.- Seward says so, Frank The lion. Â. 11. Wa‘it and Judge pointed Administrator of the estate of the man “hunt his hole.” Then Woods
Democratic papers please copy.
Blair says so. The New York Times, Trimble of Portland, addressed a good a deceased man in this county who said that he understood some out) had
the best republican paper in America, I crowd of ladies and gentlemen at the had left a Will; The widow of the stated that John L. Baker stated that
Col. Jas. K. Kelly, Democritic candi-
he (Woods) had got said Baker to cut
didate for Governor, has arranged a list says so, and a host of other great and Coujt House in Lafayette. ' They are deceased applied to the Administrator the flag down. Then Woods stated
of appointments, his opponent, George L. i good men say so, and the present Rad both able speakers. -It was amusing to know her duties in the premises, that Baker said, that the man who sta
ical Congress is proving every day for the
and heart when she was instructed by Laughlin ted that told a—Then deponent stop
Woods, Esq., as follows:
speaking to commence at 1 o ’ clock , p . m just what thoy all say.
rending to Radicals to listen to the to go ahead and make any disposition ped him (Woods) by laying his hand
Jacksonville, Apr. 23 | Hilldboro May 12
manner in which Jndge Wait annihi of the property she chose that “ I am on bis shoulder, saying stop, I will tell
Kerby ville I 9
25 J O’gn City
~ May 15 Mr. Radical looks woe begone and
you what I know about it. In a con
lated the thing the radicals call their Administrator and that is all the law
28 I Portland May 16 decamps.
versation with Baker he said that he
30 I Dalles
platform. -Their speeches had a splen requires.” It turned out that the (Baker) was going to leave the Union
May 2 | Umatilla May 21
J ust L ike T hem .—A radical pa did effect.
Will had never been proved as the law party, that he would not stay with a
May 4 | La Grande May 24
May 5 I Aubnrn
directed, and that the advice of this party that would have the ^merican
flag cut down. Deponent said to Ba
May 7 I Indp’dence May 29
solon of Probate matters came very ker “ Did they do it ?” lie said “ they
May 8 ) Snsanville
May ' 81 racy when tho conferred upon him the
Some of the radicals arc silly en
E afatbtte May 10 | Canyon City June
near getting things in a troublesome did,” and deponent asked who did it,
nomination, for member of they House ough to suppose they can vote the shape. .
and Baker said George Woods got
him and Welk to do it, and he (Baker
James O’Meara, candidate State Prin of Representatives. Tell that editor black republican in jail in this place
ter, will join Col. Kelly and Mr. Woods that John Quincy Adams was a mem for stealing Mr. McSwain’s horse.
Wells) went by the flag pole and
C ity E lections .—Elections are
at Roseburg, April 28th, and make the
cut the rope with his knife and
ber of the lower bouse of Congress They argue that he has riot been con taking place in many of the Cities
rest of the canvassiug tour with them.
flag fall. Deponent says fath
subsequently to being President, he' victed, and is therefore not a felon. blast, and the'amdst universal result er that Woods said that he would tell
would write to the Post-Office Depart
B egging .—Mr. * Sullivan
in his is, Democratic Victories—often by me all about the flag, and then Woods
said that Wells voted the Union ticket
ment immediately to know if it was
very large majorities.
speech on Friday eve , having been
The opposing Candidates of Yam
Abolitionism will be a defunct in apd Jahn L. Baker, (sp’d e’gle aswe call
hill County, will. meet at following not a copperhead lie.
informed of the great number of form
him) also voted the Union ticket.
times and places;
stitution before two more years roll They went and cut it down then he
A D eserved C ompliment .—The
round. Mark the predicition.
that Welk, Baker,
of Lane County have nom to vote the Democratic ticket, conjur
Adams and some one eke got together
inated Gov. Whiteaker for a 'seat in ed all such, that, if they, could not D istribute T hem .—We again send the morning before and concluded to
the Legislature. The Governor is a- consistently veto the radical ticket, to out packages to many persons in Yam-» have some sport’ so Wells and Baker
pure minded honest man, and is very “scratch” the.most objectionable can hill and Washington Countios, of extra cut it down, that is, Wells aud Baker
popular wherever known. A nomina didates, when they were voting» with C ouriers and hope those to whom went, and Welk did the cutting.
tion in Lane County is equal to an the Democracy^. It will be no go,, they are entrusted will deliver t hem
M’Minnville, Juno /
Certified to before me this May tho
~ promptly to readers.
9th 1866. J. IL-Guant, Justice.
THE COURTER ÿ A"«
A Fact, to bo Accauntod For.