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LAFAYETTE, OBEtìÓN, Tl.
L TJ DA
Mi.lphia eanctions, the absolute supremacy of the cept that they are denied represeritation)
National Government, as limited and de the States ar£ recognized aS bolding7 the
-_L duties as --'r
[COMPILED FROM THE PORTLAND DAJLIE8.]
Constitution ; the permpn-
fined by thp Constitution
ISSUED EVEBT TUESDAY,
tii ’ e V nìted ent integrity-and indestructibility of the us, in the exercise of more calm and the
P eòpl W ’
states ¡[Having met in Convention
Gtfnveption at National- Union as a natural consequence 5 ; more candid judgment We can bring tu the
Death Of Dean Richmond.
the cityof ¡Philadelphia,fStàte off Pen m- and also it bas put ¡an end finally and for subject that consideration which its claim
Dean Richmond died thm.uiorniog aj sylvaniii, this 14Ch dày' (if AÓ-gust, I, 1866.
upon $he 8iil or within so forcibly involves, without which would
ever to slavery up
all sec- the
YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON
¡he jurisdiction of the* United Skates. prove as fdtal
Grammercy place. His disease first man ttODM and from all the States stuff fTe.ri
Bo h these points became .directly in stitutiou and as complete a desruction of
ifested itself while at Brantford ‘th-ret ories ot tbe Uni|>n, to Consult ubo..
BY . ;
ai union as that sought tri
itest and coatsoversy
volved in the CQujtest
ooatsoversy | government and
weeks ago, but he attended the Sarat. ga cohdfittoui and wkots offthé eouhtrj
the States in armed insur-
oded absolutely by its
Upon both was coded
UP Y on , xbitor and plb ’ su ’ r . and Philadelphia Conventions, and after address to you phia cli|claratibn of our
results. . In the third place ,we deem it of rection, , But it cannot be said that ^the
liticai puroees the utmost imp
—__ that the real cbarac- power thijs asserted to exclude certain
here much reduced in strength. He wus we seek*tj>
’ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
which States from representation is made to rest
;er of the war and the victory
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at once taken to Fietden,s residence, where of the late National Cdpvention; ip the it was closed, should be e accurately und
under wholly on the will and discretion of Con
One Copy One \ear, . . • - • $3 00. the, most eminent physicians of the city year I860, events have J oecured which
stood,, The war was 'carried on by the gress that asserts it. It is not made to
One Copy Six Months, .
. . . | 2 00. were called, but from the first his case was I
+ave chapped,the character of our coun Government in the maintenance of its depend upon any specified condition, or
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
hopeless. His wife and family were with try, and ^ifea tip United States a place own authority in defense of its own ex subject to any rules or regulations of
among * tne.nations of $ie earth/ O ut istance,
One Square, 12 Lines or less, one Tnser- him.
istanoe, both pf
which were menaced by service. The right assented and exercised,
the insurrection which it sought to sup
aup- is absolnte with, qualifications! and is not
For each subsequent insertion,
perils of civil-War,/i
ctyiDWar,/’ whiph, press.
jress. The suppression of the rebellion confined to States in rebeliion, nor to*
A liberal-' deduction will be made on aggravated by his labors to bring about a though uiaiply
|in its cmihiOter,
result* The Govern
Govefh- States that have rebelled. It is the right )
He has nevertheless.decideklthe political dif-
Quartery, Yearly, and half Yearly Ad ver- successful result at Philadelphia.
ment of the pniqn
Union, maintained by force of any CongTess, in formal possession of 1
was born at Wbodstock, Vermont^ March frenoe that from-the ve » first beginning (
of arms supreme authority
over all the its legislative authority, to exclude eny
Hotel. Medical and Law Cards, $1C,OO per 31, 1804.
territory and over
ôver the States and the peo State or States, and aftty portion * of
Guillotine at Work.
«y ’ of theinational 1 existât ce.’and has' left ple within its jurisdiction, which the Coo the people thereof, at anytime, from
j. Chicago, August 28.—- a Washiogton^spc-
its impress, deep and ii leflaceablel upon stitution conf« ’ers. It acquires thereby t_
Ho representation in Congress and the elector
w. the Presi
COUNT? OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. . dent’s tour through the country, the Guillo all the interests, sentimi nts and the des- n^w pçwer, ei ither
___ of f territorial possession al college, at its own discretion, and Until
( civil authority which lit did
Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners. W tine has been Very busy, and probably four tinyofthd Republic; w^ lile It has inflic or
<* * not possess they shall perform such acts and comply
Ball, J. H. Brown; Sheriff, L. L. Whit
befere the rebellioii* All the rightful with such conditions as it may dictate, the
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comb ; Clerk, S. C. Adams ; Assessor,
in life and property, atfd iuipossed
buri jower • it can possess
is that conferred reason for such exclusion being wholly
Smith; Treasurer, Clem. Eckles; School postmasters and United States Internal Rev dens which must weigtfon its resource- either in express te s cr by the fairest without discretion, Congress may change
Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner, enue officers. Randall has booked about for generations to come fit bas devlopcd
necessary implication by the.Constitution them as Congress itself s^aJJ change.
1,0.00 names of ’ostmasters who have* re
J. W. £Watts; Surveyor, A. S. M alt.
was that i power
that authority One Congress may exclude a State ftbS t
plied adversely tq his circular, and appoint
rnents by the cley ks. The pehnsylvania re en.ee. of iknjjer,- câpaal ty, for military which the rebellion souught to Over share in the Government, /of one reasotf,
movals have been i made, and Cowan is on the achievement, dévotion on the part of the throw.
hrow. The victojty
victory of the Federal arms and that removed, tho next Congress may
people for the doverihmelp
verhm it they have or- was simp y a defeat pf that attempt. The exclude it for another. A State may be
ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 ernor. There is no
i further talk of ClymcrV darned arid the jqrincipl^ of liberty which Government throughout acted on the de excluded on One ground to day and On an
withdrawing. lie won’t withdraw. Corn- the govern men! is desig ned to’ promote, fensive. . It sought only to told posses other to morrow. Northern asririndenriy’
.afayett^- Yamhill County, Oregon. Will withdrawing,
elious Wendcfl hks been appointed pubiii
practice in the Supreme, Circuit ami all
which must confirm thi j confidence of sion of what was its own. • Neither the may exclude Southerp; States front one
printer. Washington has been swarming
of the Courts of this State.
with office hunters, and politicians will now the nàtioh in the perpetiil ty of its itepublii war nor victory chapged the Constitution. Congress and the Western, or both com*-'
enjoy two or three weaks’ dullness. Then c m institutions apd;con|à mand the respect The war was .carried on by virtue of its bined, may exclude the Northern or East
alii great contests, provisions and nrider tne limitations ern from the next Congress. Improbable
has not been suich a time in Washington of the world. 'Like
DR. H. J. BOUGHTON. %
since the-palmy days of change of admnistra whioh arrojuse thé passioi
issiois aud tçst the which they prescribe. The result of the as such a statement may appear, the ess
- Late. Physician & Surgeon,
tion between Whigs and Democrats.
enduraDqe of nations*, this war has given war did not enlarge, abridge, change or tablishment of the principles noW asserted
new scope« to.¡the ambij ion Pof politica! affect the powers, of release thé Govern and acted upon, will fender them by no
-fu Hospital Department,
S t . L ouis , Aug. 26,— 1 he official mor parties; ahd a fresh imuae to planfc
’ f < ofin'- ment from the restrictions which were means impossible. The character, and r
tality report from the seventeen cemeteries novation ii-form. Aunist ti e cbac
Of The Army of the POTOMAC.
indeed the very existence of Congress, is
for the week ending Friday, gives 1,156 conflicting sentimehts ¿inseparable from imposed by the Coustiution. It is to-day
as it was before the war, the supreme law thus made dependent soley and entirely
Office in Dayton, Oregon.
interments, 918 of which were from chol from siichjan e|a, .while|hc publi lie heart
of the land, the Constitution or laws of on the party and sectional exigencies in
era, four cemeteries having failed to re is keenly dhve to thq passions tl
need hot stop to show that *
to the contrary notwithstanding, the hour.
port. From the city cemeteries there «Way public judgmeht a|d 1 affect public any State »
nod all powers
wers not conferred by the Coo-
Con such aritipfi not only finds no 'antecedent
and hospitals included, 1,300 dnaths from action; while the wqundU pf
of the ivar
|wa are stitution ;
upon .1 i t *
the in the Constjtutin, but is utterly at war
tinned during t the week still fresh ¡in either kide| and fears
I for General Government nor prohibited by it with every principle of our Government,
J. T. HEMBREE, ; :
No report received for Saturday.
| proportions from to the States, arc reserved
çd to th.e several and with the very existence of free insti
__ ports From the Plains
HIS HOTEL t« still kept for th^
mtiuents1 of the States, B This
’k:« position is vindicated not tutions. It is the identical practice whibtf
Reports from the plains state that the
modation of boarders aud the I travelling
4‘ duty only by the substantial qature of our Gqy-| has rendered fruitless attempts hitherto'
Indians are angry arid declare thqt they
lyour behjilf, ire who art assem- ernment aud the language and spirit of made to establish and maintain Iree Got
will suffer extermination before they will
'undertaken jo perform. For the Constitution, but by all its acts in its ernments in Mexico and the States of i 1
give up the Powder river road. Col.
six I lqng
i several departments and at all times, from South America. Party necessities that
Bridger repor s that by means of 'Indian the urst tupc
And attentive hostlers.-
ler. the outbreak of tbe rebellion to its close. assert -themselves as superior to the Tundfc- k
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commissions and peace treaties the Indians
In every tressage
message and proclamation of the mental lawj which is sdt aside, is reckless
were never so well prepared for war as
Executive, it was expressly declared that disobedience to their behests. Stability,
JL C. BRADSHAW,
now. - Upper Missouri river reportsreceiv-
hieh is again* the
symbol of object of the war was to ^riaiptiiD
jmaintiin the au-
au whether in the exercise of power iri the
ed, state that the Blackfoot and Crow in* the fl:*g which
it together how
thority of the Consfitutjou
Constitution and preserve administration of the Government, or in
dians have commenced hosilities. The common jjlory, to conduit
the Union; and Congress more than once the enjoyment of rights, becomes impoisi-
Ornwshave torn their treaty in pieces
reiterated this solemn declaration and ad- ible, and conflicts of party which, under a
and have killed ten men. ; ‘
to secure the bpassingB of liberty to out- 'ded.
'dedi. the assurance thqt
th^t whenever that constitutional government,' are means of
Circular to Office-Holders
COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND so
postef ty. In
Iu the first object wris attained
A circular from Randall is circûlating selves and to oiq| poste
' ’ the
’ war should cease’ political pfogress, are merged into conflicts
L1CITOR IN CJIANCERY.
among all the Federal office-holders, big place, yoi| are to remember always and and all/the States should retain their equal of arms, to which they directly or inevita
- ’ ’ and ’ the
and little, categorically demanding their everywhere that,, war ■ 5 ended
* 1 ‘ land dignity. unimpaired:
It is bly tend. It was agtiihst this peril so
views, and a great many indignant cnswer nation ag&in at peace; tl e shock of con- only si^ce
the war • closed
c___ . and our rights conspicuous and so fatal to all free govern
W ill practice in* the District and Supreme
tending arinieS po lohgj r assail the shud- have been asserted on behalf of one of the ments, that our Constitution was intended
Courts Of. (Oregon.
11* • t have been published, follwed by instant
dering hearts of the pulj .ic- Insurrection departmentstof the General Government, especially to provide. Not only States,
i’alh-s Paid, Collections made, and decapitation.
L atest —The Omaha Herald asserts against
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
. . the
. supreme auti i°rity of1 the na- that it’has been proclaimed by Congress but the very existence of the Government,
I that the Nebraska election resulted-in the
iion b$s been suppressed, and that authoi- that in addition to the powers -conferred is wade by its provisions to depend on the J
élection of Mr Morton (Dem.) for Gov- ity is again acknowled
upon it by th^ Constitution, the Federal right and fact of representation.
t i erner, and a Democratic majority in both act in evc,ry Sltaxo, , Md
arid ■ by every citizen Government may now claim over States,
The’Cohgress upon which is conferred
branches of the! Legislature, thus securing
| We are‘no longer the territory and people involved in insur all the legislative power of the National ,
regard and treat rection, the rights of war, ¡the right of Government, consists of two branches,
both U. S Senators.
LAFAYETTE LODGE, NO. 3,
Jeff Davis to be Released.
each othdrjas enemies; ||oLonly!have acts conquest and confiscat on, the ¡ right to the Senate and House of Representatives,
Free and Accepted Masons.
of war beeh h discontinue and th» weaporis
weapons abrogate all existing governments in whoso joint concurrence is essehtiUi to
will soon be released on bail or parole, to
of was laid 1 aside, but aitate
frar no States and territories, to subject the terri *the validity of any law. The Constitution. t
Meets in Lafayette on the 1st. and 3rd answer in Combat Richmond next October. longer? exists, and ‘ thJ sentiments, pas
tories conquered to such laws, regulations Art 1. Sec. 2, says, tho House of Repre
Friday of each month, at half past 6 in the
The Tribune basa report that General Sher sions pod
and privations as the legislative depart sentatives shall be composed of members
*> and ... relations
¡dan has been relieved from his command and
ment of government may see fit to impose. chosen evry second year by the people Ot
Brethren of the order, in good standing are General Steadman sent to take his place.
igbou| our ’broad domain.! We are Under this sweeping claim, that clause of the several States, Not onlj is the right
invited to attend.
T. V. B. EMBREE,
Hurrying up the Removals and
again □ ipeople
¡ people of the United
States, fellow the Constitution providing that no State of representation thus recognized as pos
C» eo II. S teward Sec’y
W ashincton , 1 August 24.—The President citizens of ona countryf bound
nd I by debts- shall, without its consent, be deprived of sessed by all the States, arid by every State
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andobligations of common patriotism,
hat its equal suffrage ini tbe Senate of the Uni without restriction, qualification or- condi*
and was clo>eted with Thurlow weed ami
tion of any kind;, but the duty of chdosing
Raymond a long time. The president is ing neither rigbjt npr iu£eres|§ apart from ted States' has been annulled and ten
a common Government^ THe duties dc- States have been refused represetalion
represetation in is imposed on the people Of each and
hurrying up appointments in contemplation ___
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volve uponitas nqw are aiu’ the duties Congress, and the Congress
in which only,
only every State alike, without distiatetfouf of
of several wet
abserice from the city to
HE undersigned would respectfully an- ?/«^"al
and not duies- of war. We a part of tho states and people
are repre- authority to make distinctions among1 them
nounce to jtlie travelling public, that he 11 Chicago to make a tour of the country.
sented, has asserted the e right thua to e^- for any reason or on any grounds white ver,
has, at the Lafayette crossing of the Yamhill,
cernipg the interests of aco< to decide elude tbe rest from repre e&eqtatiuand from in the senate; so careful is the Coristiutiorir
how we may niqst irisc
A LARGE, NEW AND SAFE FERRY BOAT,
Jaws or to secure to every State this right of rep
and effectually all share in making thejr
R emarkable P rovidence .—The as heal the wounds the w
has made, per choosiDg their own rulers, until they com resentation. It il* expressly provided, that
on which he can cross Teams, Stock, &c., sassination of Bollmeyer is still present
feet and perpetuate th eriefits it has sé-
se- ply with such conditions and perform no State shall without its consent be de
with horrible distinctness to the minds of
EXPEDITIOUSLY AND CHEAPLY. all
cured, and the* blessin
|a such acts as Congress thus composed may prived of equal suffrage in
our readers, together with the amazing
wise and benign Provi nee f bavé sprurig perscribe. That right bias not only been that body even by an- amendment of the
».The roads leading to and from this crossing fact that his murderer was acquitted by a
but exercised and practically en Constitution itself, wben therefore, aUy
are in good repair, and persons from the partisan court. In a late speech, elicited up in its fiery track. This H the woi!k asseited
Nor does it I find any support in State is excluded form such representa
Im, sober judge
Spath going to Portland, McMinnville^ Forest by the fact that thè Trustees of the Wood
Grove and Hillsboro, and from the North, land Cemetery refused to Bollmeyer,» ment—not of resentment of ptat
I offences, 'the theery that the States thus excluded tion, not only is a'right of a State denied,
and are in rebellion and therefore preceded but the Constitutional integrity' of the
going to- Salem, Dallas, Corvallis, will find it widow the right to commemorate bis death beyoiid thtt i If
to their rc vantage to patronize this Perry.
reason prescribe, bat of liberal
ber&l i statesman- from sharing the authority of the Gov State impaired and .the validity of the
by an appropriate inscription on his tomb
’ c JOHN HARRIS.
ship iwhiep tolerate! 1
pré- ernment, they are not, thus in rebellion/ Gevernment itself brought in qrn
stone, Mr. Vallandigbam said: <( The ventjand builds its . MH
Lafayette, July 81, 1866
They are in an attitude of loyalty to the Congress kt the present moment th I us ex
< H/U' ‘ 'r hand of providence had
fallen on those
Government and have sworn allegiancelo eludes •, front? representation
who had a hand in it (The acqui tai of
Brown.) Three or $rar of the jury had
;T. HEMBREE, Dealer in Dry Goods died; the Clerk of thq Court and the SEr-
In the second place, . we » call wpon iVou to the authority of the Government, or a a laws by which they are to 4>e governed,
• Groceries Hardware, 4c. South side riff had died; and the judge who tried the
gnize in. their - full cignifieance, protest against its just and binding ÓtìI
obli« and aU partioipatioe in tbe efectidB o’
inStreet ^7^ “
case, and disgraced justice and dishonored
has rwtan by
Wtts1iws<K W be ea-
the beuch, was at this moment au idiot
fcread0a other words,
in an insanqasylum.
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ieved by tbe the United States have been extended bv the right U gsWMf wbscMattly
the vulgar «ind iato
ud Surgeons, Lafryette, Orqgoo.
bieeir fail dud Congress over these
which it the leaat ccm-
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