Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, August 07, 1866, Image 1

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    LAFAYETTE, OREGON, ¡TUESDAY,
VOL. I.
Í
THE COURIER,
Pen and Ink Picture of the Capital.
half of which Jot half of their pay fqr.
“night work/’ hglvert to thp radical gen-,
tieman to whpif they qweso miich forpQ«
sition, and thus members of Congress who
sunshine of ‘abolition-’^
are basking ihl|the
i|
p to
liváon three , thousand
ism can maniig|
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aye something over
dollars a yea^and hage
—more than |ney get ¿t hoùie, Qf course
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there are exci ions t thir'wickedness
’ in thoidominánt party
but they are
7, I860.
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NO 28.
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THB ELECTION^
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sponden'l of the New York] Tribune,
responj
¿Aegon
vregon held
held her
her State
State election
election on
on the
writing fr4 th Fortress Monroe, under date
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i_ .1 J. c.
¡s 8aJ^
first
Monday
in
this
montli,
and
1
i^
is
saidf
ISSUED EVERY TUESDAY",
of the. lOtult., says :
Mongrels carried it b/ 800 mu.
m^.
W ashington , May 3C^. 1866.
J I had an interview .yesterday afternoon that the Mongreb
AT
The city of magnificent distances, as
with I)r. Cooper, the surgfeon who attends jority, fleeting Governor, membje? of Con
Randolph called Washington, has nearly
LAFAÍ ETTE,
upon DaVi|i, and he assured mo that it was gress, &c. This is a greatly reduced ma­
f
doubled in population since the War com­
no longer "a matter of doubt that Davis’ jority, the Abolition party having suc­
Y amhill COUNTY, OREGON.
menced. New streets have been opened
health' is (improving. His muscled are ceeded two years flgo . by nearly 3000.*
e
-«-horse railroads have been put down,
aoft, 'Ind ho is naturally a Weakly, puny The hews from Nebraska, \ however, fe*
BY
speculators have gathered here to fatten
man.
toow go,up stairs with- cheering, the Democrats there having
tna
’h. Hei cannot
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j. H > UPTON
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upon tlic corpse'of the country, and money
out the aidf of " fi crutch, and irf his walks elected Morton for Govenor, Biooke for.
itts
MjojiALS.
Massà
­
nids
M
assa
’
ch
"
i Congress and their candidate forTQhief
making is the order of the day. Th^
Enttoft AND PlBltSlIKW.
snyj ie Mc|intain Democrat, he cannot [go half ¡way across the parade I ! Justice^
chusetts,
sayj
time was when Washington was a desira»
without •rcktiii g; but he is imptoving in Justice. The Democrats there have ov ir-
cfvtve
morality,
so
far
in*
her
boasts
of
he
ble place of residence—when the society
guard has been taken away comc a majority of about one thousand in
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
advance
of
tfia
of
e^er^
e^erj
other
State.
She'
She
’
here was of the best order—When some
friom his door at ; night, and his face is ! a single year. This is doing glorious y,
3
00.
has
nothing
of
^rhich
td
Foait.
;
Thirteen
and we trust it is the harbin^ef pf bet pr1
One Copy One Yeaf,
of the first and best families of the nation
nnnnvon
anrir
• ■ • • 2 0Ó. made it their residence and brought up hundred
and? i sixteen divorccs'Xave been filling up ji the wrinkles are in a measure days.—N. ¥. Day "Book. June 23.
On« Copy Six Months, .
coming out. Dr. ¡Cooper seems to have
The Day Book is misinformed as to the
families of respectability. There are a decreed in tin t intelligent and .saintly considerable o sympathy for the condition
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
•?tate,
durii
e
five
years
ending
May
ngi
th'
result in Oregon. By and through' a
few such here now, but as a gencaal thing
Ono Square, 12 Lines or less, one Inser­
1st, 1865, < of w i lich 584 were desertion of his unfqrttinate ¡¡patient. Soldiers and system of perjury and fraud without a
licentiousn ESS AND DRUNKENNESS
tion,
t
tion,
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[to| Canada] 51 3 for cHmiti^lity, 132 for others with] whom 1 conversed say Jeff, parallel in the history of villanny, the
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For each subsequent insertion. . . 1,OO.
cruelty, and tin remainder
vler for ihi;>|Cellane-
i)ut|Cellane- fjyalks véry well, and one man who knew radicals in this State barely succeeded jprif*
A liberal deduction will be made on are the prominent features of ’ Washington
ous causes. TH is shocking state of affairs him before the war, tells me that he does electing their candidate for Governor by
Quarter^ Yearly, and half Yearly Adver­ life this seasón. Members of Congress
is evidently tbqiresuitiof turning the pul­ j nôtsec inu^h Üiffercjnce between him then sixti/ nine majority. Those of bdt'ter i 1-,
tisements.
x. ~
I sftend their afternoons and evenings in
|rd now, 'except that he . looks a little
Hotel, Wwlitid aftd Law Cards, |10,00 per billiard and drinking saloon s, and their pit} into a political ro.stru^B and the incul-
aller. Hi < appetite is good, and . I have stincts among them are heartily ashamed1
tlie
han
cation
of
¡rorite
higher
law
dcctrinq,
annum.
nights in houses of ill fame or assigna-
^o doubt but that he will live for many of the party for the manner in which thd
J
that
“
the
bnjdfj
¡justifies
the
means,
”
tion. Five-sevenths of the Republican
result was accomplished
r
years yet. i •
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members of Congress spend th eir nights State* that idolai es cruel, cowardly, thiev“
Mrs. ¡Davis is almost daily in receipt of
COUNTY OFrtCIAL DIRECTORY.
in liccntiotts dissipation. W hil le a major- ;iirg scoundrels |O f the jBen-Botler stamp, iponey send her by sympathizing friends
A “ D elégate ” in T roublé .—The
Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners.
of th| Suuit|er and O^rrisoo
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ity of the Dcm'ocratic members are work- fanatics
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J _i xul'l
through] Adams’ Express. The contribu- Honolulu Commercial Advertiser of May
Iirutcher, Henry Hewitt; Sheriff. L. L. A hiti- ing for the good of the
stripe,
ttiiiors.
of-the
John
Brown
, the oppor _.J^. _ .dj h
tion&sobietimles^amount to $500 to $1000 12th has the following :
cornb**, Clerk, S. C. Adams ; Assessor, Chai.
school,
ccrtainb
as
ijQthing
to
boast
of.
it
goes in
Handley; Treasurer, J >hn IS «‘.M atts: bclioql sition, relying upon
r < day, Sbe has been called upon by ¡On Thursday as a gentleman was ri­
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Divorces
arc
’
,
m
uost
Unknown
in
the
be-
The “ pri-
ding up Fort street, at the corner of King,
Superintendent, Rev. John ^l^neer; Coroner, for a “ good time,”
0 iarly
ly all ih the fort.*
nigh
ted
SoutHc
‘
i
n
Stages;
they
flourish
in
new
lot
vate
”
announcement
of
W. W. Brown ; Surveyor, A. S. Watt.
he wàs suddenly stopped by a lady sinq
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girls have arrived at
o —
-------- ’s, ,or, the intelligent and i$rbgressivq ’State of
ordered to surrender his borsêf. . With all'
:
Tur | f . m ! e 8 t of , the A ged .—A little the galantry pôsslhje under the circum-J
jrnl
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some other noted resort, is sufficient to fill Massachusetts
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happy it makes stances, but expresing great surprise that
DENTISTRY
the places named with Abolition members
Why Massicfi usetts is notf he^e, in com­ thoughtful'attention, how
of Congress—
— -living
living lights
lights! and pious parison with t|i
be sdipi-puritan State oi^ wpi old I They Have ! ’outlived most of he should be compelled to do so in so
U.
members of the “ God and morality
tbejrate the-marriage
tne-marriage relation the friends of their early youth, How public a place, he dismounted and deliv­
Hl i ” party J Ohio. At tneirate
their part- ered up the animal, to the amazement of
that they are. , Washington , under Abol was dissolved ip that State ___
for t the,year
fte year lonely thei.r hours I Often thei
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I)R. A. G. PHILLIPS, SURGEON
lition artspices, Is the most ] icentious, de- 1865, her courts in |fivo years i will nave iiers in life have long filled silent graves; the crowd of bystanders. On enquiry,,
praVed city in the Union, primting sa­ decreed two
Slit
si. J kunitfrer aiifl 5c|f‘(en their xhild^en they r have followed we learn that he had bought the horse of
loons, gambling houses, horn tes of prostL ei<jht>jfive dive (jipes. ^During ¿865/837 tp ¡the tomb. They stand solitary, bend­ thè lady or hef busband, and gave an or­
Tenders his Prfessionat Services to the cit’Z 'tT 4 tution and assignation are ab out the Capi- couples were diiqrcedî in that, State, for ing oft their staff, waithg.till the samp call der for the value on the proprietors of tliè
of Lafayette and Surrounding country. hl2tf. tol as sifle shows are about a 'iirctis. llar- the following! cluses, fix : 264 for adulte- fpall reach them, How ofton they ftiust American Flag, in San Francisco which
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....... t- lets and niigers occupy the Q ^ilrries. smile ry, 230 for thr|e yew absence (in Cana­ think cf absent lamented faces ; of love they- refûsed to fiay. * ^he mereljf demo­
* L j pheriisbed them, and the tears of ded the animal or. thé amount he 'had
on I their pet members on the floor, and da), 199 fur cr ¡city, 48 for drunkennesäp thick
f S. HURLBURT
throw kisses to the “ God and morality 18 for fraud, am| some 55 for other tjausps. 8|inpnrhytjhat fell with theirs,- • how all agreed to pay for it, and to whiclj she wis
XVhtr ehniiLI
w/v
should nnf
not the yotmg
clinif entif cd. It & no credit to the 8>ta$ A&
attorney at law .
representatives of honest ponstituenceies. It is the fashion of tho^fe extreme abqli- SrpDf>. ? Wht
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around
and
comfurt
them,
cheering
ulrd
comfort
their ricultural Society of California, and NeiZ
l .
of
Lafayette, Yamhill County, Oregon. Will Prostitutes stop on the streets to chat with tion States to li ¡3St I of the high stftte
gloom With’songs and happy smiles?
members of Congress for a few moments, morals existing amo mg their p3op
practice in the Supreme, Circuit ami a!l
York State also, that thoir correspondant
q but
people,
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then walk off together, disappearing ih official figures I will -betray ■ A*em. The I
of the Courts of this Stale.
and “ Delegate to Hawaiian Islands,”
the “ ladies’ entrance ” of some eating shocking amou up| of matrimonial infidelity
A ñ O lí » D emocrat .- Á C'offespftn- should be* the principal actor in the above*
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house or European hotel. We have bee® which is constaq Aly being exposed and de- fpo
dp «f tlie Cairo
D emocrat
* I writing affair.
, DR. H. J. BOUGHTON.
in Washington many times before now!, veloped in the- abolition States of thé troni
Erom pandas
Sandusky,-N. Y„ says the history ■ ’
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(ion.
Monéy
but never saw so much dissipat
of ^Fredrick
’Fredrick Bateman, a citizen of that ‘ T he W hite S ugar “ I ssue ?—T^e*
North, is doubti Sss owing in some degree of*
Late Physiciun & Surycon,
is no object. Members spend five times
the demoral' zing effects of the war, place, may contain interesting facts to latest political issue is, that of white sugar ’
In Hospital Department^ their incomes. Drinking salobns are like to
ydue readers,
readers. 1 have spent one to the pauper darkies of the John Brown
but the fact tha^ thé most intensely aboli- many of yqur
palaces
—
prostitutes
dress
better
than
day
v
pleasantly
and very
profitably with Bureau down South. The interesting
tion States dead i )ff, in these immoral prac-t^
Of The Army of the POTOMAC.
rac-f
queem—thick tongues, red eyes and pri­ tices, cannot be.! jxftluined on the war byf*
by/ this old and dear friend, and from him discovery is developed in the following
Office in Dayton, Oregon.
vate doctors are the order of the day.
pothesis; frAe ] ive and abolitionism are the fulk owirig brief history of hisHfe :
official communication :
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And this is legislation ! Bargains arc ;win relics.of bi ■barjsjn and sensuality.—*
* THE OLD MAN’S HISTORY J
The issue of white sugar to dependfezr^
made at Faro Banks or in parlors of hou­ There are tens dj thousands of free lovists
freedmen, and others was in obedidn^ to?
am a| C
ses of assignation. You tickle „me,; I _ in r_____
German; I am
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_ yeart
___ of!
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107
all those
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Statp:
Js whose pulpits have been
an order from Brevet Brigradier-fjeneral
tickle you. A fresh girl “ from the coun­ turned in-to abolition stump speech ros^ #*L I seqvi red nearly six years in the
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PRO.
J. T. HEMBREE, î
II. T. Clark, assistaht
assislaht commissary-geriéral/
H.
commissary-geiieral,*
try,” with a neatanklefa pretty leg, a trums. Such tliiings
ngs are never done in réj’olutionajry war, and encountered severe a copy of which is now on Me in the office
rriHIS HOTEL is still kept for the accom- Stylish wardrobe, a pouting lip. a saucy
trjriqgjcon.tests.,-lit
was my blanket
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Democratic Stages. ’‘The first
DcqioCrat aqd trying
irst Democrat
of the depot comtifhisfery *at Newbern,
_1- roodation of boarders and the travelling
tois*to her head and a watery eye Will who is a free lov( st is yet to |ua found. J t mat coveretl the horse of General Wash- Norh Carolina.
,
public.
carry a measure through Congress after
’ .'*/ j,.-. I JJ ' : I ingtpn at ap encampment ata place near ' ; Very respectfully your obedient servant,’
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where Uticja,
-y
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• 'J.'-!’
arguments hav<? failed. If the devil
.«», N.'i
x.. Y.
x., now stands. The
GOOD STABM^G,
IsÁAC A. RoBEKllANá
—
The
Madisju#
(ltd.)
Courier,
s^eak-j
first
vote!
J
should come to Washington and establish
liever polled was-ror Thomas
.
. !
Captain Co. D., U.K V.
and attentive hostlers.
nói
a first class palatial house of prostitution, ing of the3! atlitfide jissuujcd by leading Jefferson fèr President of the United
We congratúlate the bard working1
rad­ Suites. L Since that period to this, I’ have
filling it with wine and beautiful women, men of Che Soufi with regard to the radi-
farmers, laborers, and mechanics of the
he.could legislate this country into hell icalism in the N|rth,- asks what the South not failed 1 tp be present at efvery State
North, who pay the taib$ for the support
B. C. BRADSHAW,
_j ial election. .
_____ of these ndgroes,
in fifteen minutes. The member of Con­ will do if the radicals maintain, indefinite and Nation
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am à Democrat
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upon their liberality
Journal ; imd
gress who has not a half-dozfcn mistresses, sway? To whin i the Louisville
h:
in.d
hate
voted
the
straight
ticket
all
my
«
fúrnishin®
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igf _____
Sambo ___
with
white sugar jiariic-
ife ; and a ; this advanced peried of my
is called a “copperhead,” and kept out of responds as follci vs:
ire
eraily ueprive
ularly
as
they,
no
dotbt/gen«
We arc not \ aware that the people of :î|e,
!i|e, I woglid
wo
not recall, if such i could be
the
political
ring.
It
may
be
that
our
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or<
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to save
’z'1" n rebellion are “ working /lone, any tete I ever castf.\ My wife died themselves
readers will not relish these facts—that is the States lately;
"Book.
COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND SO- their business, not ours. We publish a ’ur a division i n the North,-7*but! they nearly three years ago, then one hun­ It fbr thd “nations wards. ”—Day
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LICITOR IN CHANCERY. ,
plain, honest newspaper—-we have suffered would be fools,! idiots, asses, if they, did dred and sis years of age.' We* had been
_____ souls
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‘ the de- njarried o rer eighty years. My oldest
M arriages , B irths and D eaths " in .
in person, reputation and business for tel­ not desire, withli heir whole
X«afayette, Oregon.
feat
of
the
Nj
rthern
radicals.
Those
ENd?iAND.
—A retutn has been issued,
ling the truth—we have won a right to
n is now to the best'of rcôllection, over
;■ their Senators and Rep
frbm which it appears that in the year
Will practice in the District and Supreme speak of things as they are. Washington radicals, througi
ghty years'of age. . 1
resentatives
in
(jongress,
are
every
­
(foogifess,
arc
doing
every-
(JOurtx of Oregon.
.
Charts
is a city of magnificent distances—of nig-
Mr. Batèmàn enjbya excellent health 1865 there were 185’520 marriagbs. 747,-
“Taxes Paid, Collectic
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^F*Taxes
Collections made, and gers and appropriation®—of whisky and thing they can t| ] proscribe,
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to harass, to ai id does mirch mafiual labor in suppor- 870 births, and 491,360 deaths in Eng-’
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
oppress,
to
persecute,
to
1
crush
the
UVV,
VIZ
VIUOU
IUC people
j'Vl/piL ti
himseif and daughter, Ile is con- land. Of those4 born, 381,426 were males’
Abolitionists—of dust and harlots.
h
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d, if the latter did )___
not
and 367’,444 females. Withih the year
They? is more disease, filth, corruption, of the South, a? u,
Y? usant wi l the issues now dividing the there were~1152,625 deaths of maleSy'and’’
wish
the.
dowmi
¡11
of
sFttch
enemies,
they
drunkenness,dissipation,extravagance and
cl tin try.- Ln n conversation upon the pol-
would
be
less
tfit
n
of females.
f
b
men.
licentiousness in Washington than in New
l|y of! President Johnson, ho remarked : Dl 238,735
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The
Madhsdn
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)áp«r
asks
what
the
peo-
• “'Thé Président iss right, and he will be . *■ *
York ana Baltimore combined. If a man
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pie
of
the
Soul
i
will
do
if
'the
terrible
walks out with a lady here, no matter if
sustain ad by the people. If not, it will I —Some one has discovered ,aniorig the*'
LAFAYETTE LODGE, NO, 3,
,
policy
of
the
N.q
them
radicals
regard
thern-radicals
in
she be a sister, people think her a prosti­
be indisputable prooflb me that they are conscience letters,” received almost daily*
»rre^ Mnd Accepted Mafton«.
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tute, so common arc this class of women to them shall bdindefinitely continued.—I ipcompeteut
.for
self-government.!
’ I by the Secretary of ihe Treaatiryi a note
We
don
’
t
knot
/
JiobodT
knows.
asked him ’ What he thought of thé pres- signed “ B. F. B.” inclosing ffrei(doTlars.
here. If a man comes to Washington
Meets In' Lafayette on the 1st. and t rd
knowledge
may-
»e
fearful
when
it
with his actual wife, it is looked upon aS'
c^pt condition- of the country, and, he re­ The initials suggest a suspicion that fur­
Friday of each month; at half past 6 in he
—
if
it
come
at
a|l.
i
i
a pleasant *'* gag ’’—the clerk of the hotel
plied:
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¿
ther remittances will be needed ter full/
afternoon.
winks
as
if
to
say
“
all
right,
my
covey
—
t “ Moré critical in some respects than pase the conscience of this penitent.
t
Brethren of ifie order, in good standing are
A woman ini 1 Pennsylvania has peti- qt any period since 1861 » ‘
I know my business b” The best dressed
invited to attYrM.
T. V. B. EMBKEE,
W. M.
women are the prostitutes, pensiouers for tioned for a divo ce on the ground that,
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G eo H. S t ^W a U d Sec’y.
nonce on Abolition money wrung frotn'the 'her
her husband,
husband , do
dpii is qjot agree with her in 1Í ■ II üîtory
F requently ^R epeats I t - - CV li ^ ar Y M axims ,-—To secure light
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—put your flour into ihe
the hands^
hands of
tax paying fools who work their fingers politics.”—01ari osajGrazfctte.
|fcLF,--‘-W hen the infamous Jeffries was bread
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to the bone, who pray to God in the raral
Well, she can i secede for any such rea- told tnat
that toe
the Prince
rrince oi
of vrange
Orange wouia
would very a grocer, and it will be sure to fife.
LAFAYETTE FERRY.
districts and pin their faith* to Abolition son. . The war h^s decided that.. Neither soon land, ¡and it was reported that a mun-
Ice*eYeam should be baked in a quic^*
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oven.
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principles. Hell has but one hot bouse— can she return te the “ bed and board ” festo setting
settipg foYth hrs
his inducements, ob- —' r
HE undersigned would respectfully an­
Domestic
“
broils
”
should
be
fttoideil.
-pur|jpse8, etc., was already written,
written
nounce to the travelling public, that he Washington! And this under the rule ■until she has bieenl1 “ reconstructed.’'— i’ecis,t •pur^oses,
and
administration"
of
the
parly*
’
which
decided that.—Butte Rec- rgentlemajn'pfesentBaich
7- wm " “
"W--
’<- ■ lord • Don’t eat soup with a fork.
baa, *t the Lafayette crossing of the Yamhill,
Priiy, my
came into power crying out foi? retrench­
Potatoes should come to the table With
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what do Jda sappose will be the heads ot
A- LARGE, NEW AND SATE* FERRY BOAT, ment and reform, and claiming to be the
Although sheHpuld not'get out, she can this manifesto?” u Jifitíe,,, replied be, their jackets off—being an exception to
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on vririeb he can cross Teams, Stock, &c., great God and" morality element of the get back’so'SQon’;’ j she shall acknowledge h will be p.oe?L Would it not be worth the general rule of etiquette.
country.
herself aubjugatt Ind is ready to abjure
the infamous Undefwobd—the
MPEMTIOU8LV AND CHEAPLY.
Washington is full of drunkards, dust, and renounce all
and wo- flagr^iie infamia-^to reflect what might
self respect and;
A darkey who was sent to jail for mar- >
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e4' that, ibe his
■ess has decidec|
frail
women,
speculators;
niggers,
lice,
of
­
manhood.',
Cong
rying
two wives, excuses himself by saiing
apswer to a similar inquiry, perhaps
The roads leading to and from this crossing
that when he bad one she fought him,[but
are in good repair^ and persons frottt' the fice seekers and thieves. The Treasury also.
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at no distant day ?—Day Book', h
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Department's
the
fihest'Wouse'
of
ill
fame
South going to Portland^ McMinnville, Pi
when he had twq they fought each other.
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in the country. Here radical members of
Grove and Hillsboro/and from the
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cau ! The town of Jacksonville is said to be
going to Salem, Dallas, Corvallis, will find
Congress keep their mistresses.jdong'withi opening on a firsf interview,
to their advantage to patronize this
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For a few tion on a seco 1 pbut I Should suspect looking upi; every house is occupied, add j- Mankind should learn temperance from
JOHN HARRIS.
lrours labor each day the girls,
‘ ? who are his emptiness if e darned on his reserve many.otheir residences arc in-'procesa of the moon—the fuller she gets the shorter
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generally handsome, receive
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