Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, September 18, 1866, Image 2

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THE COURIEK.
S iletz B ay .— Judge Steward,
in company with a party of
i pleasure seek
At this time tire Qomttfittee looked
“That’s suffi i|eient, sir,Y says old. * Bout-
Bill Arp is Called Befoie the Reconstruc­
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so,
tion Committee—-Suppressed Testi-
one another seeming to be! bothered and
well. “Ef it iras in thqir power
astooithed. Garbled extraots were put
Would your people renew the fight ?”
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fight
tbe
Rad-
down with a vim.
“Not unless they al
TUESDJAY, SEPT. 18. 180G.
“Mr. Boutwell,’’says he, “Mr. Chair­
qrld
agree
to
icals all alone, and all
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t
be
man, I thi k,
we aret about through
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4 hands off.’Even then
U nited -S tates S enator -—W hc
ngnt, for'
ior we fcouldn
’t ^otijh yo«-
i wiilt the wi mk s. I think, sir, his testi.
oo fight,
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Ci1 What do your p ople say upon the sub-
mooy feett’ea the question as to what
wiîj . jîk E lected .— Several “ prominent
jectof
v v * negro
■ v equa ’.ty ? • ” I ; ;
j . we ought to do With Southern trai-
.Dames, and quite as many not so promi­
“They say it’s a lie’sir—it don’t exist tors?” * J .. • f.
I m i
by
nature,
and
never
can
in
practice.
The
chairman
gave
me
ve
a
Republican
nent were talked of on the “cutside”
Folks were not created free and equa' mod, and remarked, “ Yes, , sir, 1 think we
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during the first week of the Session. As
That may be a tbeoredeal truth, but it’s do. Tbe scoundrels . burnt my iron
each successive candidate was brought
always been a tactical 1||. There’s gradt works.” ’
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ot cvvivvy
society viuivnuvij
evdry whei-e. j There’s • men
vi
—■w— I1. Whereupon I retired, bavng given general
• forward and his “ claims ’ canvassed, his
give the sidewalk to, and ^there’s n 1 satisfaction. ,
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‘ chances grew “ smalller and by degrees,
Yours truly,
B ill A rt -.
that gives it to me. There’s men
beautifully less.” The Democratic mem*
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I vote, for, and men that vote for me, ard
the gradfi go up, up. up,] step by step,
here, who, while they have it in their I
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from my sort to Mr. Davjs, and Mr. St2-
bands to defeat an election at all, are yet tance of fuarntceiing to tbe guests of this ho- 8a, ; “Let him go on—the ruiling passion
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pbens, and Geno a! L(?e, , and Howel,
ng
in
deathj
He
’
s
good
State
’
s
ev-
Prior to the war and during its progress/
doubtful of their ability to elect any mau 1 tel, as good accotnoilations as can be afforded ’"aO/
Cobb and Ben Ilill and 1 their sort; for
no
class of men contributed tnqre to its causer
they are the highest, in Tithe ! nation ; hud or excitea more of*its savagery than a certain
who can be said to have represented the at any house in die i nterior of Oregon. We
When I was put on the stand old Bout­
bespeak for them a trial, »ud are sure that well sw'ore me most fiercely and, solemnly then again it goes from qpe ’ dowD toAfee branch of the gospel mipistryv We do not
views now entertained by the great major­
niggers and the Republicans aod Radicals, mean to designate by particular creeds or de­
they will give satisfaction.
to ¡speak the truth, the whole truth, and and that’s as low aS' t|ey
run* There nominations, With few, if any exceptions,
ity of the Democracy, for any considera­
nothing but the truth j and.I observed
you can’t make one. in every church there were found tbo>e who-
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F ire A t A lbany . On monday night th;It he-.was then entertaining about H ain’t no equality, and
Though
Mr.
Nes-
ble length of time.
We’ll vote th(| niggers
" ' certain.
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J’ll vote meddled in the war, though, perhaps^ some
anaru
of
duuble
rectified,
aud
he
looked
of last week, the large- Hotel at 41bDy
Tip, and Tip’q a ‘head center.’ He’ll vote were enti’erlj’ Iree from participation in tho
mith’s forces during this week of tbe hes­
likfc it had soured on his stomach. Old
about forty, arid the first thing ynu know troubles which brought it about.
beloning to Mr. J. B Sprenger, was en\ire-
one
side
Mtn
a
It is, tfirefore, with some concern that the
Blew was. settin off on
sian were not as formidable as we bad ex
big,,
black,
greasy
Dig*
we
’
ll
elect
seven
people watch the direction this disturbing el*
ly consnmed by tire The loss to: Mr. i memorandum
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’ book,
* _ gettin ready'to note
.
We
’
ll
do
it
certain
—
gers
to
Congress,
pected to have found them, bis chances
emeut will take in the new conflict of polit­
(Irdvn
crtttin
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.Sprenger is almost beyond computation, doivn.somc “garbled extracts.”
;hteen
cqrats
strong
with
seven
of
’
em
(
lg
icalopinions now engaging tbe at ention ol tbe
ft!
fur election, from a combination of circum
Oidi Iron works-was chairman and when
African musk. The otffbr rebel States country. And this concern arises more from
were informed by parties direct
hqlnoUded his Republic ¡n head old Bo,ut-
stances, were nevertheless better when we as wc 1
will do the same tbiog, and ,you”ll have an apprehension of evil, thin any hope of
eding wqll says be : iour narnb .js Arp, I be- about fifty of ,em to / draw l seats
on
the
morning
succe
from
Albany
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with, and ■ good effects from the influence this class of
left the city than were those of any other
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you can #11 stick yctur tegs upon y ur preachers exerts.
Gre that ho was bn abjle to save any article
;H$o
called,
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syas
l.
syasj.
spoken
of,
and
Fearful indeed is the degeneracy of the
candidate who had been
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and swap lies and vermin, church, when a free people look’ with dread
desks
together,
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of value, so terrific was the con fl a-
¿F you , reside in ihQj Stkte of Georgia, do and be shaujpood at tithe same shop
who at the same time commanded any po­
yo|M?”
upon those who minister at her alters.' But
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sod the fair onto
onife tan- * set x x together
x*“' there is no disguising the fact, that public epn
sitive strength.
e regard U^essrs. i gration.
Flean’t' say exact|y,” saÿs 1
“ I live
fidence In thç sincerity of their purpose has
of
lodgers
werecompelled
A
hunber
in •iRonie, light in the fork òf two Injn n in the gaUerieii,
Gibbs, Mitchel & Co., as being emphatic-
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their scent about promiscuous. . We’ll been so much shaken by their course’ for the
riifers.’7
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r» v benefit
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from
the
third
to
jump
to
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tho
ground
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pastfew years, that thé chujrch is fast losing
ofàour
Rights
all yplayed out. In order to defeat them an
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Hn the State of Çr( orgia ?” says Jhe give you a iul
its
influerice over the public triind' and religion
bom were badly y
bill, see if we don’t. You go on i play
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election at all, will probably be defeated. story windows, some t)f w
fiercely.
hold ripon the public heart. We need not
your cards. We are bidin’ cur timej. We its
fl -V
fi
hnrt in the fall.
mention
names or point out! instances ofxirn->
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jn
a
state.of
uncertainty
about
that,
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are payin’ your taxes! art< xjyour duties and propriety on heir part to sustain our'position.
“We don
says J. ''W:
J-- ’t know T whether Gear-., L 1
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T he I ncorporation P roject ■ We
hnd
licence!,-ami
bjck rations
’ i or j
A few plain questions fairly answered^
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is a State or rot. r would like for you
THE ( jAPIThL.—
L I VERY
r
eve
rue,
dud
obey
in
you
your
inierna'
suffice
to estdblisli it beyond the power of réf­
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are told that a gentleman of this place ;
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to ^tato yourself, if y^u know. The state.
Salem just now presents that din and buzz . of!
laws and havin’ a hand in .inak>n”cm and utation. We ask our readers, who of tfic
the country requires’ that this matter •
started to Salem yesterday tp oppose the
ministry fill to-day the greatest space ih the
seldom witnessed in cities’, much larger. siq |uld be settled/and I will proceed to we are cut Off from pehbioos and public
public eye ? Is it that venerable man of Grid
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sokl
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pp|r
man
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siili
in
lauds and y
Incorporation of the Town of Lafayette, ■
bt:j
Both the Legislature and Snpreme Conrt
d’.y, because he who withont ostentation, journeys frorii chip
my country, the. oil
•p
evci
JS'evcr
mind
sir,
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he.
“
IL
oW old
el to chapel—bouse to hoqsè—burial to bur
and relied upon a remonstrance signed by
me peaçh brandy ial—imparting to others the purity of his own
couldn’t pay the tax
being in session, are the means of calling ,ar< »you,
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Mr.
Arp
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a few ladies, toxecdin mend him to the fa­
he stilled for • his nei
life, and supporting the grfiel-stricken mourn­
i’liat de^enbs on circumstances, says 1/
many thither on buisnes< connected with
sdiH
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soon
you
’
er
with the strength of his own faith? Not
vorable ccnaderation of tbe Legislative
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djon.t k?n.ow whether to count the last
il
i-ôd
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e’ther, while swarms have .collected there
land tax ; an|<
at all! He s considered behind
times. —
ejiind the times!
it
five years or hot. Du ing thej war your
Assembly.
The fact is, the citizens of
Vou
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ldao
ecclesiastical
fossil
—
til,
br
the
retired
list,
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devjil
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no
play the
from every portion of the state lookin o IT fol| s said that a. State couldn’t secede, to
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don
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and
unfit
for
the
crowd.
Is
this
not
so?
lg Flip.
I
catch
it -u the long
this place are neai ,ily unanimously in favor
bui
tfial
at
while
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was
!
in
a
state
ofiebell-
ábsJ ]V
cbhtable deeds, a broken spirit and a edn*
after* Senatorial and “Other” interests
the ,Tood '
Talk about 'ejniabs
ft It a
"ion she ceased to exist. Now you say we
;
of Incorporation , four A fifths
bf fiorir»»
them linrn
have
! .. IF .! 1.
Jk
idi
L
c...,k
11
r
,
itrite
heart,
claim
the
the world,
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J - I icon of the X< ..rth ?»<Lthb South ajl
get or r^
iv„ its
,,.val
.ds admiration
, J|as! of 01lr
eou„;
Buisness &q., in all its various branches» goi out, and we shan’t uet backf r again un-
i*
signed petitions in this behalf, while there
11 walk j rdr-
rer the track
irac’* so 4try and humi
together, they j , ’ll
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aH now as pearls
A man’s ago "has got something
aud particularly in one l‘&c” branch wiU .ril'|879.
last
tiia
Lyou
Won't
ha
?»
time
to
get
out
of
are others yet who will sign a petition for
before
swine,
does
command t|>e
■ Qo. with his
wc
be the recipient of a stiring and healthy to do. with-his rig its—and if we are not the way . Yuu
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subside,
into
obscurity
You
’
ll
obscurity,
attention
ol
tht
multitude
AVho
a has sues
9
to Vote, I don’ think we ought
to count the.
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this purpose. The scheme is opposed by
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“forty days and • tioje. That’s about as near as L can come and your children will! {deny that their cceded in arousing the conirtgatiohs of to-day
impetus in Salem for
•fi
a few men only, in this place.
Messrs.
daddies aver belonged; to such a party, to such a pitch of feeling ai to introduce m
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to
iny
age,
sir.
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nights
_.o_„ ” to come.
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Excuse die, g entlemeri,! , but I’m a little the presence of the alter the applauso of the
Adams, Watts, and we believe Martin—-
‘•¡Well- sir.” says he, u arc you 1 familiar
hustings? Whose name figures in the pub-
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‘will
* ' political sentiments of t^e citizens exciicd. Fiv c cents a! pound on cotto i I’C press, calling from one portion of it the in­
with
the
all of whom profess excessive morality—
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will excite any jbedy thait; liiakcs it. Tax oti^ sincere approval, of po!iticifcns, and from the
B ad P ress AV qrk . —During our ab- of I your rx St;i|e
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are in favor of every means and of every
fGdt.no cltiReiis y et, sir, that we know of. industry- —uh sweat, on toil. 1’rotiecJon) 0 her their invective and abuse? He' is tbe
sence, a portion of the edition of, last
drill thank you to speak of us as peo- taiiffs for Pern nsyivahial pid five cents a man, the minister, the demagogue, into whos^
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auxiliary for its promotion, and yet place
vlp its
:- church rush a crowd of kindred spirits; froib
pound tax on Southern I cotton î— half
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week, was work off bally. Amends in the.
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themselves in the singular attitude of op­
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en,\sir|
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he, “ I vHl humor your c average wortlj —and yoiur folks will man- whose pockets he extra, »sj his ,fat supplies,
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future, ,
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obi tinacy. Are the people of your State”— ago some way or other to steal the other Ilis name is on everybody’s lips. He quits
posing an effective means of restraining
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' “ )on’t speak of it as a State, i sir, if you,
My advice to yo^ •’ is
to quit
‘i thi’, IFs pulpit and takes the stunlp. , He leaves-
> boisterous and riotous conduct in the place.
D earth oe R eading . M atter . In pic isc. i aip on oath now, arid you must I half.
’ 2 dying in saereh of office, llè puts aside
I loll nnuu
vml
t li o
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the on’y
foolishness,
apd begin tp i travel
■¿embletns of the broken body and shed
They can not any of them, have forgotten j consequence of absence to the Capitol, i-Xdise me fir bein( particular’ call it a "sec- fbad to peace. I
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of his Lord and. Master, and goes pilfer*
tioi.’”
Old
Blow
c
juldu
’
t
keep
up
with
his
gar-
‘ng round the public treasury.. He abuses
-in so short a time, the conduct oi a per for a few day i’s, wè must go to press with
Mr. ArpJare tho people of your section
h
’s trust; and corrupts other men’s wives, and
bled
extracts.
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son in Church, and during the, offering of this issue contain! ng a less amount of orig- sur leiently humble and repfeht nt to come
scói;etp®ÌJtlier
men’s daughters. » He fonns
bad k into tlft Union on suqh terms as we may “Wlxit makei s the l’residentso popular at
praver by the minister, of this town, which i inal and selected matter than usual.
politic
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plots,
and practices political intrigqe.
thi k proyer to impose ?” ) j * ■ ’
the South ?”
boisterous and Imseemly Conduct well nigh
tgNot M uq I i they airtt,” says
oujo Î,
., “rdon,t
.
“Contrast, sir contrast. The more But wliat is all this in view of bis great pa< ty
The Oregonian publishes a statement thilik they aro prepared for?it yet. , They he ain’t like j our party, ¡the more popular L?r.\ ? These shortcomings are treated as
.broke up tbe services.
Had there been a
ll r- • weakne; es to whhih aB mankind are
wo jldn,t voluntarily goi t b):O<1 against youi
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treat
us
about
right,
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ju!d
he
is.
He
w
subject. : ml t • more proper matters for the
city Marshal at this place, said person would concerning tbe arrest of Spencer, written If' td. Tbe.vsaythe deal w asn’t fair, and
reckon,
if
yot
would
let
him
alone
;
but
fo-givehess of Heaven thitj tbs censure of
have been arrested for his conduct on the ! by that gentleman, but has never essayed VOI i,ve marked the cards, and stole the trumps;
! I r
you
bedevil
hiiq
so
„^i that sometimes he* mon.
bu , at the same time, they don’t care a darn
streets and have been disposed of—locked up— to explain the indorsement of the requi- wh it you do.-Thcy’ve become indifferent, and don’t understtn ud h'imself. I don’t trunk
Now we do not state thè fact too strongly
jyhen
we say the nation [looks with horro»-
before reaching thellouseof religious worship.
doi i’t care nothing about your Guy Fawkes he knew for a while whether bis Perce
! sition for his arrest by Gorernor Gibbs.
open
these
creatures. And if, as we appre­
bu feness. I m aiono respe't to you; gentlc- Proclamation 1 restored the writ of habeas
The instance of ruffianly conduct in our place
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mi h but 1 swore to tell the whole truth, corpus o<| not. But do you go on im- hend. they shall busy themselves in the new
above noted, is notan isolated one. It
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Lr Our people aint a noticin you i’ only out of peach him, an id that will bring matters to order of things, '.here is no telling the extent
Portland
was
burned
by
Hie
to whieb a, profile may be led astrayi or the-
cuwr
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—
cu^ositY.
They¿don
t expect
anything docent a focus. Fl’ll
duty of the Marshal to restrain all such. fflren
bet
you,d
be
in
Fort
Dela-
degree to which the country is in ganger..
British in 1875, an infant but a few weeks -or honorable,.or noble from you , and thev’ve
, Enough has been said oh this point. We I old was removed from a house in 'Fore gone to wefrk ditgin’ and plovvin, and plantin, ware in a week^ and the Southern .ne»«- •Every heresy destructive oflotrr r»ct\ and off
beer, be ben n their scats, and thoyhuJc- the Constitution* fljids uomo ad vocale amongst
are onlr surprised to find the men who are op street, and taken out of town for safety and rasin bov children.”
.iigbVhere tl^e man with a. memorandum! round atthe ] flitical wreck, atid ruin, and them: *>
posing the Incorporation of the town, engaged The house was burned down. During
We hope, therefore, thati the public scorn.'
scratched down i a garbled extract, and “old plunder, and ittahngs, that’s beeh . goin
cooflagratinn
smbe
the
conflagratine
on
the
Fourth,
that
seme
wil|
teach them reflection* decency and self-fa
IO • f* Wliat*
aii mean
moan Kx
in such business. We have expected at their • f ■ ! .
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What /lira
do V you
by ’ on, aod they might exoiaim, in tbe bn-
Bohtwell” savs he
M
o-
infant was removed from a house ejected? that sir ?
spectenongh to induct? them to let alone tbe go
i 'enee do You ihteqd? >»»
hands a different course <|f conduct.
poet,
.
ioet
guagd
of
the
on the spot where stood the ! one burned
vernment of the-country, arid to redeem them
‘|rm statin f* CtS ” says I Î “ you mnn^
must draw
here
since
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b
bin
gone?
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s
bic
We have no misgivings as to the passage by Mowatt from which ninety
selves
in the eyes of honest men by throwing
years ago' Your ow a ' infer »nces. Thw are raisin boy
ninel
Mr. Arp’ suppose we should have a off the mask of the imposter, and beta-
of our charter by the Legislature, and con- she had been removed, and she was once children, ary harm about.that ? auy treason!
■ to I honest pursuits.
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war
with En and or France» what would"- king themselves
more taken to ii place of • safety. It was Can’t a man ai e boy children ? Perhaps
elude that the organ of combativeness on
Yodd, like to am anu the Constitution and stop the
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our part, if it were a jrjatter of choice,
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tbe few that are opposing ths measure must I
it. j Old'Pharro 1 tried to stop it among the
“They,d follow
General
Lee,
ana
Gen
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we would much prefer the penalty that
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ilsr^alites, but iti didn’t pay. Be’finally caught crai
sto i , and ’ ’ Longstreei,
eral John
Johnstoi
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aadj Bragg, is in store for tbe worst Member of heir
be extraordinarily well developed, on the
The following is a correct abstract of tnd^popsY in tire Bed Sea. We are raisirr boY and old. Bory ! My opinion is that Gen- congregation, than the tqarfnl judgment
ground of them essaying to assail such over­ tbe amount that officers will receive under- chijflren .for the! .. f fuh of it. They are- a good
eral Lee wou d ________
bead the } Unia
Union army, and A wbrse elass of men never infested a
whelming odds, as are in this matter arrayed tbe act of Congress approved July 13; ihirig to have in it the house as Mrs. Toodlas
General
Gran
it
would
be
his
chief of staff, community—avilgr breed of pesgs never
woF d say •” i
' against them.
hich
provides
tjhree
months
extra
[
1866,
which
thr"*'
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“hr. Arp. ar e not the feelings of your peo- and General ( ¡Buell would rank mighty community—a viler breed of pests never
pay
to
all
volunteer
officers
below
the
ranji
ill
ran»
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high, and’*iT “What would yon do sprung from the corruption of political de-
ple^very bitter towards the North.”
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of Brigadier-General who were in serviJE Z* ‘|l beg your pardon,
,
sir, but you’ll have to with Genral p] heridan ?”
Icay. For them is reserved the darkest
81 1866, as officers, and • wiioS. split the question,
G e .-« » L. W oods .— .-In tÿe face of the March dll'
ion, or else I'll
I’ll have to split
“Sorry yon
—
mentioned
him. We,difrown of herven—for them will burn the
resignations were offered and accepted, oj t’nJanswear. Our
Qur ueople
people Have
have a very high hnave to bsp) him, I reoon, __
i UC u bU. 4 gentleman obtained his seat as
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as a camp
! fiercest flames
of hell. It were easier for
l
who were otherwise honorabljp dischargeVK r- 2jird for honorable men, brave men, noble* fidlcr and mike him sing Hail Columbia ja camel to pass through the eye of a nee.;
Governor through fraud aud villanny after April 9th, 1866:—Colonel of cavalry
e:| t<A ineu; and there’s a heap of widows
reachers to en-<
and orphans there we are sorry for but as by fire-light,ns a warning to the boys.how , die, than fur one of these preac
the most flagrant, palpable, and premed- 8313 50; Lieutenan colonel of cavalay, forgtl 2;his here Radical party, they look upon mean it is to Burn cities j aud towns and 1 ter tbe kingdom of C;d.:
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271
75;
Major
of
cavalry.
8199
50;
Ad-
make
war
up
like they was hyenas a scratchin up the
•Dn defenceless .woman and
itated, he revertheless, aftar being <7e-
*<
i jutant of cavalry 8199 50, Lieutenant ‘ of deiul lor a livin. It’s as natural to hate>m children, No,.sir; our boys weuldn’t
dared Governor by the majority fat Sal­ ctmt
car .Iry,
Iry, 8152;Colonel of infantry 8271 7 75 as is to kill a snake. It’s utterly impossible fight under n ah8(Mjh.,> “At this time the
Us. 1- j
.
a
xew
school
for^mc to tell the strength, and length, and man with the memorandum put down some
Lieutenan'
of infantry, 8228j AU
em, essayed to put on airs that would I Lieutenaht-Colonel
Will be opened in Aim i>ÿ Sept. 17 by Prof.
jor bfjnftintry, 8199 60; Captain of infyn 1 hei jbt,
'
depth
*
and breadth of their
' contempt
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¿xtra-
more
garbled
__ of tbe Willamette Univer-
L.
J. Foley, . la.
have put a South Carolina Chief Jus­
that party. Thy look upon a Radical as
try,1171; Lieutenant of nfantry, 8142
81J2 50:
50; for
try,
a J
in Mr. Arp, that if the sity, where’'Oregon's nobis
“
Do
you
tfii|nk,
la sons and fair
3—as—well, as a beggar on horseback
tice to blush in’tbe palmiest days of Second Lieutenant ofiufantrv, 812& ‘ 5;
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buzzard sailto round a dead eagle—a suck* South should ever hold the balance of daughter’s may drink at th^impid springs of
aristocracy. Wc would
«ribo tbe I SurgeoO, 8228; Assistant Surgeon
‘
” * i-sue
’ “ i per'e permanently.
they would demand pay’for thear knowledge,
that
e ;<| dog creeping up to the tail nt a daad lion. power,
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whp
Here
is
the
place
where the youth’s of the
I
Thi ty talk about hn ?n Brownlow to abuse negroes .<
, manner ih which he sat in .. .
» state
land,
may,
iy
diligence
and study, win Fame
’en! !, like be did a £4 4 years ago when ‘he
“ I cant’sajl, , sir.
But
I don
’ ’ t t think
sir.
But
I
don
think
that will ■ -nor them “ Alcjia Mater? —Here
at the bogus inauguration. A'
U usist. I Firmness as ¡different from its mean substi ’ d lie against Payne. If they do hire Brown- the South lias lost Qnything that way. is the place for the Youth’s!of the land to fit
tute, obstinacy, rrashness is from true cour­ lovl he’ll spatter ’em, he’ 11 daub ’em all over,
.
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age, p;-j^ry FX
horn virtue; and bigotry) Irom anef slime ’em and slobber on ,em about We got their T labor before, the war" for ttbam-clves for the learned profession. Only let
O n Friday last, Mr. I ..
..farrived
.;?|t; and it will stick, for the pores are open, their vittles and «!■: ’ i es and dootor’s bills, ! the friends of science and litature, give usrour
ri-jl
F arrived in
in religion. ¡1
If a man
* and we get it now r ab.'^t the .same. pa yonage, and not many months hence you
Salem with the * body
Mr. Mulholen
body of
ol Mr.
Mulholen as be adv|i 1 does not make new acquaintances i ana‘the»r morals spohgy? Fd tike to stand otf
'auoek thiough life, he will soon find abd^ut ten
L rods and
T Z hear
’'' him spread himself- It’s all settle! down that way, and your wi?l see a first class school., ■ ' '
of Eagene City, who ^ walked off himself leit alone, a man should keep his It would be worse than a squirt-gun full of Bureau couic n,t help it. The only differ­ | Yes parents inly give “S your patronage,
. * co^ slop, and ! have no doubt would give ence) is in the distribution some of’ us dout and soon yon may have the privilege <>f hfeir
friendship in constant repcir.
u iha wharf in Portland Wuu$ intoxicated,
ing the walls resound in echo to the ■ tyro in
a great mind is like an an alephant ip- the
__ giSKirral satisfaction.”
ili? ■
own
as
many
as
we
used
to,
but
every*
ueumc
piuivugcu
oy the
tue b soft
- mi iremuious
every-
debate*
prolonged by
tremulous
and drowned before assistencc could be line of ancient battle—the best ally if the c(n
<•«! * i»i
body has got a nigger or two 3 new, and voice of the maidenreading the rounded pe*
keep him in the ranks, fronting the right way ;•
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rendered.
RS. WHITE k WESTERFIELI, Phy i th^r’ll,all vote’om or-tom ’em off. A riods and euphonious Words that convey the
but, if he turn about, be be is thi deadlift
sicians.and Burgeons, W«yotterpregon nigger that v oulden’t vote as I told him I thoughts of their composition^
foe and treads his master underndath his feet
I-
nF* i'OLEY
in the Drug store.
shouldn’t black my boots • »
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ers, composed of ladies and gentleman Td the Editor of theMetro
1er will ottt,
ont. and
M r . E ditor —Murder
from this place, informs us that this so .will evidence. Having ^een Daa Rice’s
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ecome a —
famous
point on the coast must become
n-^- 5
s^imony
before the " pestruction Commit-
, 1 have felt sorter slighted because no
__ of the
and popular resort. A fine view
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ijntion aint been tade of mine. I sup
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coast
is obtained here, with an open beach ptjse it has been suppressed, but J am not
for 12 miles. Oysters, &c., abound. A tol|be hid out in obscurity. Our country
is’|he special jury, and by and by this
good wagon road can be made to this place, bulsness
ness will go up fair and Complete, and
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I'll take occasion to make pnb-
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r ’ I swore to... I said a good deal
"rr’
ujjre
than
J
put
down,
Mr.
Editor;
and
The
public
is
IIoi'SK
T he L afaye
all times'nW language was considered
referred to the card of Messrs. Osborn & Rath at!times'nijr
iulpudent,
that
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’ - thought
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‘ was all J
bun, the new propritors of this House.
thfe better for thtir side, for it illustrated
Messrs, 0. & R. seem to be alive to the impor thp rebellious spirit—I heard one of ’em
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