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Wo Ui\j. t rail uctlully commend the
| and çbiiÇtdeiqfl ¿lic-&lcp¿.y£»u ur» called ■
Itxime the war C<-u-::icnc< d it i folluwing," liuii the f’anFraio'HCoBul-
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s 1 tetani io w t'tjivt thing»right? There ¡
d by t<|.. ¡.j, (Radicii) t<. tl.c earnest, un-
bls ht en a >. H<n.l -i.d 'big
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dfstìtHon AhnUfb.frheu^l^wtttHittitorxt’bfaüSütE-¿über;.cundid.fifid.honest cun-^
for’vour action toi>ear4ip&t-l
Tjjh—rire C. loov.a;: « a!
i .H h - ii of -the .four ceclc.dasiÍ£aL¡r-. -
I y Mil <:>< lively <>n th? council? of
1 ■ !!.■ •!a:’.e j aitÿ J* r¡7ountel,ank/’ wie» me ¡A rambula-
, Mr. But Latan 1.
'.he nation. Ti.
m a ;cr and un- had-stMtiercd the. Navy to the four ting Yyinbill County, consecrating
STATU ticket :
S. II. KNIGHT
ain yiinpoft in Congress for the
| quarters of the? >.lcl c, ami that there - their services to the desecration of their
I'i♦.'.¡¿lent'; that i-, they (the radicals)
fore Lineolo cojtilj do ncthhig toward callings—tuning after, “ strange G ods”
cauusjt.count with.certainty on the re
■ strengthening, Fort Sumpter. They —political preferment at the expense
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quisite twothirds in the Senate,- to pans I
with a : ; mm h bitterness charg -nnd to the lotting disgrace of the llo-
r . knight invites the at ---
©V€T the veto
tention of those who patronize such
that it was Seward wb > seait, i\-.1 tl.<.
11 i.giuii they prvless to champion.
JAMES IL LAY.
Of the President, it Yamhill County’
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The. picture is true as life, Noone
; J AMES K. 1>JLI.Y, 5
.-cleets ¡MniOGXiitic -Representatives to !
who evar saw.a preacher mixing down
is ¿ W* ■iW’! '’mWAKV ®r sTAnr; r
-the ¡State Lcgislatu e, the said Legis
in the dirty pool of politics, while
FU.H STATE TKEAM inai :
lature u ill have a majority on jointTal-
preaching the gospel was bis calling,
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~ dorAmd can therefore elect- a Demo*
. vor sf ate puintbk :
Read the extract and compare
with and who has observed his conduct and
the many eulogies pronounced upon tendencies after promotion, can fail to ■ . -, ... •,-lh—-
through the instrumentality of Yam-
Seward by this sumo ccnsistentX?) appreciate it. Parson Ilcndreson's AT here may be found Cigars, Oysters,
rod FTASLCirriSO ATTQKNtV,
A. t'f.oMN. hid County. will probably be the
Sardines, Crackers, &c., &.c7 Ac., Ac.
sheet, wk well
the thou^fiud- aiid one
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charges that it was Democrats who th» point'. —h____
Besides he can furnish a .
There arc- numerous other reasons
—vuu imWatXTATH !,s :
dd the very ^things here“
Will the- Rove re nod*-Watte, Sallie,
ÍLios. tíiANÍiLiTiTr. n. durch . wc might ùrge, did space permit, why
-F---k 9vcry voterof the Country should con upon Reward. It says:
Spencer, Adams and Boyakin (late of
JOHN G. ftAKER,
There are-fmr points in Seward‘> this Utuiity) stop in tle ir downward at all hours. Give him a call and bo
sider calmly arid d?'7p:i>sion:ifc’y, what
course during the war that it may be
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would most redound to Lu interest well to consider. In fhe^tirst qdace, career long enough to weigh these pro
Daytop, January,25th, 1SG6.
and wellbeing, before casting his vote the proof is positive that .lie gave
; exist a more repulsive
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un “Monday. Th trinen seeking your p edgeti-
nrffarecs f-r n!l tire principle Comtj ''a'u.ioiKr.-, Fvr.-ytii, Cmvl, rJ ». 1. . Bwçctade than a debauched parson,
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man, through tUrd-parties, that rort ife can dive deeper into the mire of
lilies and come up dirtier than any
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fears, now, and then defeat <
it is time we had given their places 49 iug the garrison, by sending the only u nscru pl uousn css 0 f t Tic co rn in
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vessel on tho whole coaat that could ti»au and the venality uf the vulger
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’others, tbat their acts and doings may
render’ the. expedition successful to broker in legislation, an indefinable
/be looked into, to the end that wo be another point. While she was being spirit of meanness and au uueliou of You Let I Ain On
M. TC—C-ARY -
My entire Stock of Merchandise .
enabled to determine as to whither prepared by the express order of‘Lin depravity that render him altogether
we are drifting. AVc aro all aware coln and tho Navy Department,, fur unique. Unlike the ordinary -run cf will be sold without reserve , between
the expedition against Sumter, and sinners who do naughty things because nov.’ and Election.
that oar taxes are high-—even higher
when the fleet at length sailed, expFSs. they are tempted, he seems to run to
From in w until the second day of
than they were when our Court house ting to meet the vessel which had put evil from pure love ofTt. . lie hungers
■ Voters, Attention!
June, 1.8GG, I offer Goods at-pi ices far
was being built. Why is this ? What to sea at Fort Su niter, Seward caused
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after unrighteousness with
By issuing this paper in advance of
an avidity that astonishes and disgusts
‘ bc,0'v original cost-figure?; and «hall
Its date ,we arc enabled to bold commun bocomes of the money ?- It is not ex (’harkstun, informing them that a fleet even the most hardened polideal stag- on
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■ ion with you once more before you are
sailc I <0 ‘TCttCVE.-
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tfpnrrt.... “ 1 f “hc gcTJ 1 nto ( .. ’vngress
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which the reheis (»pegodfife upon thú j chunees ar>', ten toonc, that he is con- j
called upon to deckle by your ballots
■ ■ UH fur vc:¡a':i;y pii'.he riggh s hT5_A
'V •i torrr Axmi;’ of it ? - -A -laigc. ^um fccuUgcRd Fort aud reduce J-ii. luue are gn
whether yon Will lu
Compì irèinp an assortmetít of. Bibles, Test,
into the Le^Ulatura. lia-ísryrrtñio
-necks in’Buliigcfion to-the domination
of atdin lant pigj.*^ _.......
'■♦rtrbFalringraffer in every thieving cn- laments, and sscrtd lltinn Books ; Tho
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of a party that has in a thoftsand ways 40 begin to want to know what is done
The - secund pjii.t is th.‘S,:
■ ttrprisv ; ,if he "ets rts office of tru.-t u:l»L? R.-a-on Why ;• Works of Josephus ;
proved its unfitness to' he entrusted with it. T he t’!-nk-and 8heriff~are■ the first year of lire waiFtbc r.-sca:í<ú.s [he !6 prt :ty sure tu lurn^spíeuTaTor —- f
T -tíubb.ith-. ’;;y lUügiouá Tales ;
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with power- We ask tlm-aiuA-ix,— V irrm, paid out of their fees, and the salary .of the Secretary, as contaiued on liis |in~sl>or.tf whatt verJ he is, you máy
dispatches, were to this effect,~tbat ! count e.ii-fiisdiug a hard man, without
.¡list and ApcstTeS; ChniKSff Legacy
spedi ve of former political asiuciaticns,
whether the-iebelUtm was cruslicd or any of those amiable traits that- pal- Taylor’s Pictorial History of Ithc United ;
to ponder thp prospects before them : County expenses. Then we say-, what suectssful, cither in part or whui.lvy s■•>,. lii.to villiany. We have all known
^-- compare the. actions of the prcse.nl : becomes<4“ tbe meney? The people that the status; of the slave v
iMi wen arid ¥1111-red from them, Strifes Seven Hundrod. Lagrannga
remain unchanged. About tbo time Thty have ma 1» ireuiCcs mure corrupt, ('□’.belt’s Advice to Young Men; Dr.
dominantparty with its professions, J^id
thïrfUSÎT'rtiTy'têîHi’fruut ît:‘i”'‘Wef4<ÏÜe Fence 'Uùnfcfénci, his Jisp atelP' tjie’* liai e iD.aue Fcgislatiotj inure venal
Good's l’cmale Biography ; Henrietta
ask yourselves whether a further lease ol
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candidates for Treasurer,. Clerk
power would be likely to work a re- have
¡South to h
1» -Htodies fvr them ; the State Robinson. Legerdemain, Every Man his
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an<^ ^berift that are in ,VAXry Qeôupÿ"4h®-&éatd Vr hMd»>woEd-.opoö- te
4hr»«H*oa- tm fcW - paxu^f tlwsd, .osLo
•-feh eta-; .bou i<-< y -
; Erorv Aland»»* wu
way unexceptionable men and highly them imCcmgrt^and settle .ail pciuta j-gutds them as. aniuàg ite vlorst eñe
‘"■v:.^sirt»ve wantonly UctYayc d every trust
Farmer <Se. M’ofks on the structure tunb,-
£ Tüat there are tLore-our suffrages. LcU^a» (of dispute~Ev législation. ......
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‘¡“diseases of Horses. Downing’s Avbvric^i----
we ask readers, of the repub
that we elect them.
who, prompted by a selfish interest, or
C onsistency , v h : K now ,—The ' FruItBookTïTid. Douglas’ Workr-Young
lican faith, cr any other faith, to di
impelled by a blind and reckless big-
Black Journals of this State reproach^
Ab'tr “JnnnfAer”Oxt:.T—The oppo-;
vest .themselves of ‘all prejudice in the
ntry. will not heed what wc are say- sition started into the preient. cam
fully prefix u Rev.” tot he name© f the
u' fccnridctaticn of t’10 above extract,-gmff
t of the Presidents, and many of the Gencr«------------
1 ing, we aro perfectly well aware; to paign with only three preachers on
lion.,J. S. Smith. They do this to Jills on both sides, Conversation Cards,
askdhemsclvew whether they can Ion-
such we dtrr ot address these retna^^ their thekct. Thc Reverend Dr. John
fifflake him- -obnoxbrns-te -the- people,
ger have confidence in tire pretentions tr
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—with such it is needless to argue. W. Watts, M. D., D. D., (“Dead
and vet they hive a member ofun-’
of a party that will, in the face of all j i
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I will be found with my Goou3 at
’To the honest upright, candid, do we Duck”) L. L. D. Esq., was before
jgrrss from this State whom they, took
an , ^ ^dte,
| right out of the pulpit and put upon ¡the OLD CITY MARKET in Lifayette,
_i. desire to impart correct Unimpassioned, their caucus
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on their own tracks. \\ c do not dis- ,
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> 1 prepared to SELL I regardless pf what
— disinterested an 1 truthful advice. 01 Senator down to
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^Uiostumm And tmw forget the -te-
I niv Goods bring.
nfSHMfu. Airerllw P“'e
Seward wae gu.h,
ccnneek on nn_
such there is a very large majority
Come prepared on AUCTÍOlí ¿ay
the things charged against linn in this I
in YamhiH County -as well &3 througlk eanva.-j had fairly opened, his . thirst’: ........... a.«a
and over this State in search ; to get’. Goods at your own brices, no 17.-
i conncctiun/ER we are surcYFat every
out the State. On Monday, you, voters for office and glory became so intense
of Senatorial toggery.
M. R. Cary.
person of noLiased judgemet will be
, of Yamhill County, may decido the as io be unquenchable without a ihow
Hon. J. S, Smith is not a preacher, j
forced to the conclusion that if the
destinies, either for weal or for woe, for something, so he engaged in his
Though he at one time occupied the
leaders of the party now know that it
of this once mighty and proud repub- behalf, a deputation composed of some
pulf<it, he had the undoubted right to
was Seward instead of Buchanan who
' lie. In consequence of the political of the most influential and impreasivt
chps,e another pursuit—the law, and .
did those things, they knew it then,
complexion of thn present Congress of radicals who straightway put them
follow it, which he did until hie atten PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
and arc thereforo guilty of the'treble
the United Slates, kk£slati&n‘ is almost selves on all sides of Dr. Herschel V.
tion was necessarily monopolized by
crime of lying, injuring innocent par
• at a dcad-lockj. There is a reckless, Johnson, nominated for coroner, and so
his duties as Superintendent of the
Treats Successfully, old or CHRONIC
unscrupulous and blasphemous tiiijor- ovcrwhelcmcd him with 'promises,] ties and of screening the guilty party
Salem Woolen Factory. No one will, diseases, of every 'Character, descript*’»
from tho punishment justly due fur
or kind. CANCERS and CANCR1FORM
iBy in tho legrehitlrc department of the plaudits and caresses, that ho snebom-
wc presume be thrown off his ballancc r
Allèctions aro Cured by Ids troatment,
___ government, while ia the executive bed to pleadings that he could not re
and with marvelous rapidity.^
- The second charge against Scwanl
department, we have Andrew . John sist, and 89 resigned in favor of tlie
BiW^„S|r eiftl attention gb’en _ta XlicAucat------- ■—
is, that lie, through the adfricc and con
, tuent of dioCÄSCö peculiar to Females on f
son, a trieil and true friend of tho peo titled gentleman aforesaid, and the I
I t must have been j G allinh .—
sent of Mr. Lincoln, pledged the faith
ple, calliog upon you aud every lover Rov. John W. Watts is now stumping’
Dr. Loby’s Female Pills costar.tly oi>
l’rotn the Sentinel we glean that it was
of the government that; no - mattci* •’ .
of his Country to come to the .resiue the County importuning the people to.
J with difficulty that the late “Uniog” linnd and for Sale.
“ how the rebellion terminated, the
* All of the special remedies kept fur
—saying that the Country is in great vote for him, the aforesaid “ Big Med-1
convention of Jackson Connty could sàlcj with inll instructions how to usu
peril. d|e >al’.3 upon
toitytt cast iciuc,” fur Coyoncr. Good people of: status Of the negro would remain pre find men willing to irnolate themselves thcin/yjiil
cisely the same»” This declaration at
!• ywur vote as to etrehgtfccn his arm and Yamhill, would U “voat” for the Rev
as candidates on the thrice doomed desire my treatment for any ailment of
the time it was made, was lavded by
enable him to stay the mad ravages of ernd gentlemen ? lie orter B lcctcd.
ticket of disunion radicalism. Such png standing can enclose $5 and addrass.
tho republican disunion press as’ a
“T’ the enemies of the whole country^ un His sacrifises are immense.
laconic and significant declinations as Dr. A. R. Dillon, Lafayette, Oregon,
’^escribing disease and symptoms’ where
master stroke of diplomacy—a grand
til the people it) other States shall
the following literally poured in upon they will receive by return mail a packngw
C ity E lections .—Elections are evidence of superior statesmanship io them.
have spoken, and he assures all will be
taking place in many of tho Cities Mr. Seward. They deuouuco him
“To C. C. Beeman, Chairman of treatment and test its efficacy. Office
well afterwards. Like the great and
East, and the aiuost universal • result now, and denominate this among oth Union Central Committco, Sir :— I South Side main street, one door east of
-J. T. Hembree’s Stère. May|2’60*tf.
good Jackson, Mr. Johnson has full
is, Democratic Victories—often by ers as a “ grave chargo” agaiuat him. hereby decline to be a candidate for
. fbith in the intelligence of the people
“ O J shame 1 where is thy - bluslx! Representative at the approaching
very large majorities.
—he says tboy may be mislead—a
Abolitionism will be a defunct in- conscience ’ wbere is.thy stirjg ! ”
«L WHITE & • WESTERFIELD
combination of circumstances may be
In their actiuns in this behalf, quon-
jsicians and Surgeons.
stitation before two more years roll
““■brought to bear to make them go
Oregou. Office in the drug
Your Election Tickets <l is- dam republicans of Jackson. County Lafayette,
round^ Mark the prediction.
tribntcd in time.
wrong once, but tbcy^wiTI correct the
evinced telling sagacity.
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