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TUESDAY, JÜNE 5,
Our County Tieket.
W ho m in F a yob or T raiors ?—
The gentlemen put forth as our Here is what the Mew York Tribune
standard bearers in the present cam says: Judge, voters of Oregon, the
Some months since, we we wrote to
paign are men of integrity, probity reason the Southern members are re
ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY,
unexceptionable habits, none of fused admission. Read it- Give it to
calling bis attention to the obvious in- whom sought the i positions assigned your loyal neighbors:
them,__ They are man who have, bnau
“ i/et it be distinctly understood"
YAMII1LL COUNTY, OREGON.
dcss of their own, and are generally that if the whites of the South are not
Willamette River. In due time we
found attending.to it.
represented in Congress, it is because
recieved a reply, and which, as it will _ Mr. Thomas Standley, whose name .......................................
* > or ’
deny all right of represntation
J. H. I PTOY,
interest readers generally in this sec appears first on the representative tick power of self-protection to the blac
PUBLISHER AND EDITOR.
tion, we Jake the liberty to publish et, lives in North Fork Precinct, where Show i
Thou«h t»>« Long Threatened
he. has his capital invested in a Four- ,her blacks to, vote on a like intellects»
One C^py One Year, . ' . . . $2 5(1. finnfg*^ 1..... w
did, on the morntug of the
ing mill and other Machinery which al, educational, moral and pecuniary
I U nited S tates S enate C hamber .
is of vast advantage to the people of basis with her whites, and we will urge 17th ult., actually Culminate in the total
One Copy Six Months, . . . .
W ashington . A pril 11,’66. the whole Country. Mr. Standley is the instant admission of the cho Annihilation of the Famotts “Mount,*
T E R M S O F A D V E RTT SING
HARRIS will be Foufid on the op
! honest and competent, and therefore sen Representatives of that State,
J. II. Upton, Esq. Lafayette.*
One Square, 12 Lines or less, one In-
side of the StreeUwith In ere- .
though they bn all ex-rebel generals
--------—----------- Dear Sir :—:
■--------- sertion,—y y-—; , , t , $8,00
osed Facilities for Catering to the wants
' good represntative, -and one of whom *of the most obnoxious type*
For each subsequent insertion, $1,00.
Your letter of.tbe 3rd of Feb., rea-
C onsistency .—Some two yesrs Epicures. 4c, 4c. v
A libera) deduction will be made on t ched me a few days since. I at once
arc sure, just reason to be proud.
WITH A FULL StOCK of
since “ Old Flax Brake,” otherwise
Quarterly; Yearly and half Yearly Advcr-
I called at the Post Office Department,
Mr. C. H. Burch, the other candi George II. Williams, now U.U.“J5en-
Hotel, Medical and Law Cards, $10,00 and urged the necessity af a tri-wcckly .-j-.-
speech,'thatlf President Lincoln was Crackers, Nuts, Candies, 4c., 4c., ever
I man of fair abilities, a ready debater the ffesh and bones of the Govern offered hi this Market. He also has the
est Grove, Lafayette, and .Dallas to and will make a vigorous and credita ment,” and that no man was loyal who
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Corvallis. I found that Mr. Brooks, ble canvass. His interests, like those refused to support him. We now find choisest quality of Chewing and Smoking
___Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners,
the Postal Agent, had . recommended of Air. Standley, are thoroughly iden this same George II. Wiliams leagued Tobacco; Candlss, 4 c. He is also pro
* S. Bratcher, Henry Hewitt ; Sheriff, L. L.
tified with the interests and progress with the Btevens and Sumners in a vided with tables and Cards, where those .
Whitcomb ; Clerk, S. C. Adams; Asses that there be service twice a week from of the County. Mr. Burch will make wild cTusade against the President.
in quest of fun may amuse themselves at
sori Charles Handley; Treasurer, J >hn Portland to Forest Grove and once a a prompt and useful Representative.
Query—If it was treason two years ago
W. Watts; School Superintendent, Rev.
Our candidate for -Cornty Judge, to oppose the President, is it any less their leisure. He will be happy to wait
week for the remainder of tne route, an
John Spencer ; Coroner, W. W. Brown ;
John G. Baker, is too well known qow ? And if so, does not Senator on his old Customers and as many new
arrangement which in' my opinion
Surveyor, A. S. Watt.
to Yamhillian8 to need any eulogy, at Williams, according to his own teach
would not obviate the difficulties com
our bands- He has resided in Yam- ings, stand a selfconvicted traitor ? ones as choose to favor him with a call.
plained of. After several interviews, j bill County about as long as any one. —W. W. Statesman.
the Second Assistant P. M. General, in it, knows all the wants of the peo
“T he T ribune is understood to
be an advocate of universal suffrage,
agreed to send out propositions to the
be a safe man in whose bands to place and in favor of admitting the darkey
contractors who commence the service
the administration of the affairs ot the to the polls on the same terms as the
on the first of July nex.t, for a service County.
white man.”—Sunday Mercury.
of twice a week on the entire route
For the office of County Clerk, Mr.
—The Mercury has no right to
Tenders his Prlessional Services to the 1 from Portland to Corvallis. There N. B. Bean, a gentleman of good^busi-
of our view» on this vital mat DR 8. WHITE & WESTERFIELD,
Ciliins ef Lafiiyetta and Surrounding
ness qualification», and in all respects ter as-“ understood,” when they have
.. Country- no. 12 tf.
—' competent to discharge tue
tire duties ot
o^ beeu a thousand time» expressed as
dkauuu J x
j fem te D i H m rtrtf h i-w j oliy. yrrm .1 Àé
Thcsc connections will bring your place ponsideraion of the Democracy of Yam clearly as*our mother tongue will al DRUGS, ClIEMlCAPLs, AINTS,
low. The Tribune does, iodeed, be
in more direct coutact with the route hill County. _____ ■
lieve in admitting Blacks to vote on
Dr. White, our candidate for Counu equal terine with White*.— N. Y.
from Lincoln, Cal., to Portland, and
ty Treasurer, crossed the plains from —Tribune.
while the service is not as complete as
OILS, DY8TUFFS, 4 c.
lllinoia to '63. He has -identified
Ijifayette, Yamhill County, Oregon.
,SQMIMfc. I could desire, it is the best that can
There is a bill before Congress, of
and afl of Ine Courts of this Slate.
chaseing and improving property with
be done under the circumstances.
~ Tam Respecfully your Ob’t Servant, the intention of making Lafayette hie fered by Thad Stevens, appropriating Practitioner’s of Medicine, Surgery and
permanant home. The Dr. is thorough 311,584,000 for the freedmen1» Bu
J. W. NESMITH- ly qualified for the position, is prompt reau for the year commencing the 1st
DR. H. J. BOUGHTON.
aod energetic in all his business trans
actions, is a gentleman of exemplary of assistant Commissioners, >147,500;
A\ K established themselves perma
habits, and is a hilghly respected citi clerks, 882,800, stationery and prin
Phj/ticiem & Surgeon,
nently in Lafayette, and invite the
ting, >63,000; quarters and fuel, 815,
In the HOSPITAL DEPART- P lace .—The garrulous Dinny of the zen in all of the relations in any way
attention of the trade to their stock.
Sentinel in Jacksonville is decidedly effecting the social standing of a gentle 00 ;.clothing for distribution. 81,750,
900 ; commissary 8235,750, transpor-
the right man in the right place. man. He will make a popular Treas
Otion, 8108,000; school superinten-
Of The Army of tfirPOTOMAC.
With qualifications and instincts one
821,000; sites for school houses
Mr. J. W. Burnett, our candidate
Office in Dayton, Oregon,——1—------
degree in a (Tr a n e oT'the"-majority of’ for Sheriff, is an old Oregonian, and a
those he- serves, he panders to, and much respected citiseo. He is well iug, 818000.
all bouts, aad on abort aettae.
p ampers the baser passions and gro qualified for the position to which he
aspires, and we think would be elec
velling instincts of the masses of the
We arc permitted to make an ex
ted even if the opposition had a major
J. T. HEMBREE, : : : PRO. radical party in that section. When ity in the County..
tract from a letter from Hon. J. W. WHITE & WESTERFIELD, noltf
For School Superintendent, M. R. Nesmith, dated at Washington City,
r I "'ll IS HOTEL is still kept for tlic ac- a party or cause becomes so corrupt and
JL commodation of boarders and the
presents himself for our suffrage. April 16,1866. Mr. Nesmith says:
disrespectable as to compel all decent
Mr. Cary is a young man of fair prom
men to abandon it, such weetless scav- ise,and has education sufficient to serve
“ I am glad to hear that the people
engers as the republican nominee for with credit to himself, and profit to
of Oregon sustain the Statesman like
Judge of the Jacksonville Dist, very the School interests of the County.
and attentive hostlers.
For County Commissioners Messrs and conservative policy being pursued
naturally inherit its championship.'
A. II. Roberts and Wm Hanna are by President Johnson. If that policy
our candidates. We have not bad the
K. C. BRADSHAW,
egs leave to announce
pleasure of a personal acquaintance fails, and the Radicals succeed in their
that he is established in Dayton, with
His H ead W as L evel .—When
with these gentlemen, but arc Bure unconstitutional designs,the Union will
ample^facdities for the Manufacture of
Messrs. Johnson and Sullivan visited they will make good officers.
For County Surveyor, Robert Shook never be restored.?
J. W. NESMIT&
cently, Mr. ^llivan, mistaking Mr. appeals to the Democracy for their'
COUNSELOR AT LAW,
support Hetwill make a good Survey
or ALL CLANKS ANO STYLES.
C atalogue Laughlin was once ap
or—the County needs one.
a private interview with him. Sullivan
Dr. A. B. Westerfield is a Candidate pointed Administrator of the estate of
commenced with the following inter- for Coroner—he, as well as the ballance a deceased man in this county who His work is warranted to givo satisfaction.
QOLIQITOR IN CHANCERY. WI.L
O Practice in the District and Supremo ogatory : “ Why did you fellows nom of the ticket will be elected. The bad left a Will. The widow of the
handwriting is on the wall.
Courts of Oregon.
inate old Lampson 7” Mr. Gaunt,
deceased applied to the Administrator
py^Taxes Paid, Collections made, and
realizing the situation, was disposed T he C ounty C anvass is progress to know her duties in the premises,
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
- —------ to humor tha matter along, and re ing quite satisfactorially to tbeDemoc when she was instructed by Laughlin
plied that Lampson “ somehow got racts. Our speakers are generally 9 to ■* go ahead and make any * disposition
is saved by wearing Custom Made work. ■
Try it and beconvincvd. . •
thé inside track,” and it could not very more than a match for the opposing of the property she chose that “ I am
well be helped. Mr. Sullivan contin speakers. Dr. White and Mr. Burch Administrator and that is all the law
M. T. CATON.
Q. O. CVRL ued :
“ If Lampson does not beat rtc particularly annoying g to the requires.” It turqed ont that the
your whole ticket you will be lucky ; < blacks eveywhere.
CATON A^ CURJL. '
Will had nevcT beén proved as the law
he is the last man 1 would have1
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS . AT LAW
If you would have the rich man directed, and that the advice of this
thought of, for Representative.”
boar his just proportion of the burden *°k>n of Probate matters
T. HEMBREE. Dealer in Dry Good ;
Postal Matter»—Letter From Sen«
; ator NESMITH.
40 PER CENT.,
Sullivan is well
Will practico in the-' Supreme aW Dis
, Lampson t
trict Courts of Oregon.
with of taxation, and thus make tries fall near getting things in a
‘ light on y..u, vote for James D. Fay. ’hope. * •
Groceries Hsrdwarv, Ac.
aide Ham Stmt.
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