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A fraid OF THE P eople ,—In view of
the fact that at the late election, no such
Constitutiopal
question as the so-òalled
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Amendment, was before the people, and
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To IMIGRANT8.—To the coming em­ ought to be, consulted and given a chance
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igration, and to that portion of it espec­ to pass upon questions as momentous
ially that is in quest of permanent homes, those involving a Radical change of
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P latform
,.v ADOPTED AT ifllE PHILADELPHIA N a -
The telegraph announces that the coalition
• tional
U nk C onvention .
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between Raymond 4 Co. and the Democracy ’W’»
We have at la got sight of the résolu-
ofNewJXork, had exploded, and that the
Herald ulges the adoption of the so-called tions in full adopted at the Philadelphia
Constitutional Amendment As . if direct Convention. * Why this platform was not
ted by some influence over which the knaves telegraphed as well as, and if need be in­
N ational
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hjd ho control, they jn the same dispatch
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make tbit Herald say that the Democarts are
we can say with confidence that no county fundamental law, a motion was made in
amply able to carry the State of New York
in Oregon offers inducements equal to the Senate by a Democrat, to submit the without the aid of the fusion and in defiance
those prominent in Yamhill. It is conce­ aforesaid sol-called Amendments to a vote oil RaymQnd & Co. Now this is very singu-
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ded by all who have had opportunities of of the people of Oregon,.and immediately la|‘ logic indeed. JShfey not only make the
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chatio
stead of, the address we are unable to de-
termine.
Below We give the resolutions
in full, and bespeak for them a careful
reading :
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office has proved steadfast in his devotion
to the Constitution, the laws and interests
of his country, nnmoved by persecution
and undeserved reproach, having faith •8
unassailabl in the people and in the prin­
ciples of free government we recogfiize
a Chief Magistrate worthy of the nation
and equal to the great crisis upon which
bis lot is cast; and we tender to him in
the discharge of his high and responsible
duties
our
profound respect,
and
assurance of our cordial and sincere sup*
port.
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The resolutions were received, as eaoh 'i
was read with great applause; and they
were adopted by the unanimous vote of
the Convention, followed by loud and long
continued cheers.
The National Union Convention, now
assembled in the city of Philadephia, com­
ascertaining the facts, that, considering the voted doWD by tho Abolition majority in Ifcrdld say that it favors the adoption of the posed of delegates from every State and
relative erea of land adapted to the vari- that body*. They daro not trust the in­ Amendments, but that every Northern State Territory in the Union, admo nished by
the solemn lessons which, for the last five
will go overwhelmingly in their favor, and at
, ous branches of agriculture, the general
years it has pleaped the Supreme Ruler
telligent inasses with a say on their in-
Odds and Ends.
tifo same time that New York will go Dems of the Universe »to give to the American
dffusionof improvements and the part
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famons schemes, and well they know it.
people^ profoundly grateful for the return
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despite
all
the
powers
that
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Its adoption, however, affected in ¡the bi ought to bear against that consumation, of peace, desirous« as are a large majority
up tWo children.
and adapting things for men’s advantage
of their countryman, in all sincerity to for­
maner in which it Was, like the action
jben it is well known that the party has de- get and forgive the past, revering- the
It is more noble to*make yourself great
and convenience, Yamhill County enjoyB
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on the same question in Tennessee, falf eli Ihred emphatically agrinst said Amendment. Constitution vs A come **
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many considerable advantages over any
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the
Union,
in
its
CL'he abóte is about as consistent a course ancestors, regari
still born at Washington, it is to be
The world is more apt to reward appear­
other county in the State.
Numerous
ore
sacred
than
ever,
restoration,
as
m<
ances than deserts.
askho Rads, usually pursue, but the cloven
bodies of high, undulating prairie land in. hoped. The proposition (is suceptible of
looking with deep anxiety into the future
foijtis too visible in this instance. They
In jealousy there is more k>ve of self
as of instant and continuing trial, hereby
terspersed throughout the entire County, abundant proof, that, if the will of tho
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want to scare somebody. That’s what’s the issues and proclai ips the followiug Declar­ than of any
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majority
of
the
people
had
been
respected,
with alternate groves of a good quality of
matter.
ations of Principles and purposes, on which
Humility
is
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broad
and
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of timber. An abundant,supply of good, the scheme would have failed in either Tiñese dispatches were no doubt manufactur­ they
have with perfect unanimity agreed: foundation of every virtue.» j ■
House, as well as sn joint convention. It
wholesome water is found in any direction was carried in the House by only three ed this time to aid in the election bf a rump ■ First— We hai with gratitude to Al­
Every day is a little life, and our whol^
mighty God the e sd of war and the return
majority
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two
mdn
occu^
pjring
seats
from
one may look.
There being little or no
Stator, i What meanness and baseness will of peace to our afflicted and beloved life is but a day repeated.
Grant
County
and
voting
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affirmativly
who
low, fl at, marshy land and stagnated
How to M ake the H ours go F ast ,
thajt party not resort to to further its ends ? land.
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had no more right in law to vote
_ _ upon any
Second—The M ar just closed has main­ —Use the “spur of the moment.”
pools within the boundaries of the county, question in that body than any two of
Wise sayings often fall to the ground but
L afayette A cademy .—
—Our readers tained the authority of the Constitution
subjects ; which was equiv-
equiv­
accounts for there being lers sickness King Dahmy’s subjects
with all the powers which it confers and a kind word is never thrown a,way.
arejrefered to the card of Pro
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here than in any locality with an equal olent to one majority against it, while in
all the restriction!! Which it imposes upon
the Senate it was only carried by four; & If orbes, to be found in this paper. These
From what did the old-fashioned horse-
the General Golovernment, unabridged
population anywhere in the entire State.
with Senators Donell and Pyle voting af­
and unalterd and i has preserved the Union
¿Both improved and unimproved lands firmatively knowing ‘' hat they were mis­ gentlemen have both ability and experi-
with the equal rig its, dignity and authoriy pistol derive its name? From its habit «£
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in
their
line,
and
will,
we
representing
a
largtj
majority
of
their
are
snre,
kicking.
are to be had yet comparatively cheap, or
of the States perfect aud unimpaired.
constituants. Thus, while
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‘v ‘measiye - make the Lafayette Academy
Academy. a credit
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Third.—Repref entation in the Congress
if the emigrant desires to rent a farm’ we was in fact defeated, Mr
’• name
11 of. r
has * the
When
we
are
alone, we have our thoughts
tt .. . Stites and in the Elector.
know of no place where he can do as well being endoresd. w bat a shameless par- our’place, a benefit to those in quest of a of the United
to
watch
;
in
our
families, our tempers and
alColege, is a right recognized by the
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good education and a source of profit to
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as here. The farmer finds a ready mar­ ody on legislation
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Constitution as abiding in every State, in society our tongue.
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and as a duty imposed upon its people,
A victim of seasickness describes th»
ket, and generally at very remunerative
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M utations
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Nation thus: “The fiirst hour I was
fundamental
in
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nature
and
essential
T he Academy will bp open on Monday
fig ures for all he raises, and can have his —A FUTURE FOR PORTLAND.— The f( Jl-
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the 3th inst., ani pupils from any part to the exercise of our Ripublican institu- afra d I should die; and the second I
produce shipped by steamboat at. any lowing which we clip from Mc’Craken,
tions; and neither Congress nor ,the was afraid I shouldn’t.
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manty
are
solicited
to
give
this
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season of the year he may desire. The
B ecause cte the W ind . -“Isn’t therer
Merrill & Co’s Trade Circular and Mar- stit ft ton a trial,
power
to
deny
thip
right
to
any
State
or
aiv» ?
advantage of steam boat navigation the
an awfully strong smell of pigs a in
in fKo
the air?;
ket Review, may soundfto some like tjie
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withhold
its
enjoyment
under
the
Consti
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asked Smith of Jones. “Yes,” replied
entire year, is one that few co’s, in Oregon
lOple threof.
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emanations of a visionary dfcamer, yet : »it
QNDEB What that appendage of tution from the people
Jones “that’s because the wind’s from thq
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enjoy. Being situated in convenient
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must be conceded that tKe writer gives
which, for convenience was chris- the United States i to elect to Congress, as sow-west.”
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distance of Portland, the farmer in this
Joi. Hawkins.” will think when members thereof, none but men who ad-
A ccordingly .—People go according
fair reasons for the faith that il* within teneH , Co
county can readily convert into cash, his him.
mit this fundamental right of representa­ to their brains. If these lay in their head,
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it learns that its principal has been i m er­
tion, and who wil receive to seats therein they study; if in the stomach, they eat ; if
Only a week or twosihcjwe referredto
wheat, oats, barley, hay, fruits, vegetables,
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slaughtered
in
the
house
oi its loyal representatives from every State in in the heals, they dance.
and^ poultrey as also stock of any des­ some able remarks deliver ;d by Dr. ft|a*
gowan before the San Francisco Cnamber frieni i ? It will probably ■ repeat the aHegiance to the United States, subject to
A M istake :—You can’t get anything
cription fit for the butcher.
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the constitutional right of each House to
of Commerce, pointing put important Amj
farce of making a furi,o’ us dash at judge of the election returns i and qualifi- in this world without money, some say
say ;
Possessed of energy, industry and fru­ changes in commercial currents, which
but
this
is
not
true,
for
without
money
you
soniel I ne ■ f "< and
then
double 14 on its
trac k cations of its own members.
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gality, the fanner in this county must be- are now nearing us, and which must na-
get into debt.
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turally culminate in a great commercial­ and i n sak back to its kennel like a whip«? Fifth.—The Cjons titution of fbe United
come wealthy.
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revolution. The prediction of Webstar,
States, and the laws made in pursuance
No I dea .—An Indiana paper says that
aniel.
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thereof,
are
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the
s'
mpreme
law
of
the
land,
the
radical party “has no idea of dying.’^
that America would soon be in the valley
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S enator elected —R adical defeat .
anything in the G< onstitution or laws of It will probably die without an idea.
of Mississippi, is rapidly approaching, .in
U*PON
this
,
and
then
upon
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any State to the contrary notwitbstand-
—On Saturday last, the Oregon Legisla. a certain sense, no doupt, but iLJiriji
we hardly
N ot one .—Montgomery Blair, in'hi^
ing.
” “ All
*” powers
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not conferred by the
Tp
prove
the
late
Gen.
Cass
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will
believe,
taking,
as
comprehenive
a
view.»
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of the situation as possible, that the con­ in pr iliate, required $500,00 in Revenue Constitution ujicn l the General Govern­ recent speech at Reading, said: there was
Corbett, a Hardware merchant of Port­ trolling commercial city,
ment nor prohibited
by it to the States
thçse
bity, i• after
these
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not a thief in the United States who was
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are reserved to the i States or the people,
land, United States Senator to succeed changes have succeded, will be upon the
not a Radical.”
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banks of the great rivet, 'but
but that it will mam i i behalf of the widows and orphans thereof;” and amoi ng the rights thus re-
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Honerable J. W. Nesmith, whose term
be at a point near the terminus of naviga­ of s 80 d era who fell in the late war for the served to the State! s is the right to pre-
eceitfnl lovers.
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expires on the fourth of March ensuing, tion on the Pacific ocean, where the ini'
gl< hej|bjects of his benevolence and scribe qualifications for the elective fran
im* negf(,
chise therein, with i wbich right Congress
A spirit merchant, in Killarney, Ire*
Mr. Corbett is a good man, but hitherto mensc trade of China, «Lpan, and Asiatic
inte® di d recipients of his bounty would cannot interfere., No State or Convention land, has announced that he has still on
unknown in politics. Being indebted to ports, “should break bulk ” previous to bav^ been swindled out of a sum efficient of States has the ri ght to withdraw from
sale a small quaniity of whiskey which
its distribution along the line of the Nbr-
Nor­
r no particular party or clique for his elec, thern Pacific RailroadJ | This must bean
was drunk by*the Prince of Wales when
the
Union,
or
to
e
xclud^
through
their
to support ,■■■■
|wo families
I a « entire year.
year,
action in Congress ar otherwise, any State at Killarney.
tion, he will probably pursue an independ­ admitted fact by all who will carefully and
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bp
argued
that
this
tax
is
re*
or States from the Uniou. The Union of
candidly examine the subjeqtp Four-fifths
ent course in the discharge of his duties,
dred
iy
reason
the
war,
and
if
these States is perpetual, and the authority , Christian graces are like perfumes—the
•y
of
there
of all the merchant men leaveng the port
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more they are pressed the sweeter they
,d feqn no war there would hâve been- of its Government is supreme within the
as Senator. The Rads, will probably, in of San Francisco now, for Astiatic ports,
limitations and restrictions of the Constitu­ smelllike stars they shine brightest in
order to cover up their defeat and con­ come up to the latitude of the route of the
» wiße ws and orphans of soldiers. / But tion.
the dark; f like trees,
more tuuy
they are
are
viluo , the
vuu iuuic
Northern Pacific Railroad before getting fajr-
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shaken the deeper root they take, and the^
Tr’ iVe do not intend you shall shift
ceal their mortification, as best they may, ly under way on their Westerly course.
Sixth.—Silch aibendm^hts to the Con- more fruit they*bear.
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e bnùp thus lightly ; if there had been stitution of the united States may be
claim this election as a victory for -them­ Such is the experience of all’navigators with
the wiodscurrents of the Pacific. Liverpool
“I have lost my appetite,” said a gigan­
Abo itipn .agitators, there had been no made by the people theréof as they may
selves, but their struggles to defeat this is nearly on the line. The lessened distance
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fellow, who was an eminent performer
ir
J £ So long as there is a widows moan or deem axpedient, but only in the mode
in
a
degree
of
longitude
on
the
latitude
of
tfie
consumation are too well known to the
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tern rout gives ft the advantage of beibg
pointed out by its provisions, and in pro­ on the trencher, to a friend. “I hope ,”
pha^slicry
to
burden
the
air,
so
long
will
public for any to be deceived in this wise. over
shprter, from Livepqol
er a thousand mites shorter,
posi ng such amendments, whether by said the friend, “no poor man has found it
e
ÀxAes
of
heaven
be
showered
upon
the East to Hong Kong in the West, thin
th|m
It
Congress or by a nnnnanHnn
enrl in
!n for it would ruin him in a week.
Convention, and
Gibbs is now permanently shelved, and in
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the Central route. Both routes completed,
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of the Aboltion nulifiere. Proof : ratifying the same, all the States of the
A poor man once came to a miser and
aud
to Messrs. White and R osenheim is due the local business of the Central might, add*
ie )ie4pra,conscience strickewdepressed, union have an equal and indefeasible said, “I have a favor to ask.” "■ - uSo h^ve I,”
most likely would be, immense, and its sto^k
the credit of saveing our state the lasting would Tank with the most stable securities of
right to a voice and a vote thereon.
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said the miser , ; “grant
mine 1 first.’^Agreed
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ve^lrfiady commenced putting a period
Seventh.
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Slavery
is
abolished
and
America
;
but
the
Northern
route
would
be
“My request is,” said the miser, “that you
disgrace of being misrepresented for the America;
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thp^r own existence. The Abolitionists forever prohibited-i—and there is neither net
the recogized commercial Highway of the
ask me for nothing."
next six years by a demagogue and trick­ world, and it would be t^e one
one/unrivled
unrivled me»
mes
» aiönl responsible for the onerous tax- desire nor pu— )se on the part of the
dium
of
exchange
between
the
Orient
aqd
Sen
and
Southern Stat that it should ever be
ster of the lowest oder. Destitute alike
Occident, and while.the Mistress
?
of the Lake
re-established—■upon
—in the soil or within
■aw
reat entrepots, she
4**«^
of brains and cultivation,* Gibbs in the would be one of tlfo gteat
■all its train of evils,
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the
jurisdiction
of
ihe
United
States
f
and
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would be e virtually
virtually; no more directly inter-
Senate would have-been a mockery and ested, or [ prominent,
s
thc enfranchise) ?d 'slaves
in all the States
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that tpe.position of the
of
the
Union
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uld receive, in common
caricature second only to Me’Bride or j city on the coast of the pacific which indida-
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Amory
Holbrook
died
suddenly
at
ihh
with
all
their
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tions strongly show tq be the resent sonie*
«habitants,
equal protec-
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what disregarded sea
of Oregon —L_
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ience in Portland on last Wednesday, tion in every i ñg
jht
1 of person and prop- In the circuit court of the state of Oregon* for
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While we do not claim Mr. Corbett as land.
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the county of Yambill, ssv— Jonn Wj
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was a high minded gentleman, rty. ‘ ,
a Democrat—indeed for anything we
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Allen, ptf., vs. Levi F. Allen, deft. (Uni
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wyer, and perhaps ranked first among
Eighth—While we regard as utterly
know to the contrary he may be a radical
ted States Revenue stamp, 50-cents, can­
U nimportant .—We had intended to
to*
be
assumed
or
made
invalid,
and
never
celed,
September? 1st*, 1866.
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—we nevertheless hail his election as an
men of the state.
TO
LEVI
F.
ALLEN,
Defendant
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In
the.
of
binding
force«
an
obligation
incurred
or
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emphatic radical discomfiture- The fact have published a
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'name of the State of Oregon, you are-
undertaken in making war against the
that they could not elect their man, nor
a
each week during e session, of Legislk-
hereby
required to appear and answer the-
United Stateq, t re bold the debt of the
«any of their men, after so much boasting,
Mob in Texas.
complaint filed against you in the above en­
has a depressing and demoralizing effect tive proceedings,
,vtsTONy Sept. 25.—The white nation to be Ba» ¡red and invoilable, and titled action, within ten days from the sers.
d probably shall in
otfr purpose in discharging vice of this Summons npon you, if served
upon the party from chief fugleman down. the future. Ther^ has been no business
r J Brenham, Texas, are constant- we proclaim o
pei irforming
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all other national within this county; and if served in any:
ly uuá^r arms fearing an attack by r a mob, this, as in pe
In view of the fact that we had not
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transacted
since/bur
last,
of
any
importance
o
maintain
ntain
unimpaired and other county of this State, then ¡within twen-7
obligations,
to
entertained the remotest hope of electing
v
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from the
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a Democrat, the defeat of the irrepressi- to the re
hg counties are concentrating at i unimpeached the ^onor and th© faith of ty days from the date of the service of this
r; in conseqence of the pro- “ ? nei
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Summons upon you; aud if you fail so to
al, i „determined
to a make an ex­ » the Republic-
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ties is quite a satisfactory victory for us.
traoted struggle over the election of a Jampl
i troops against whom they j Ninth—It is the duty of the National answer, for want thereof, the plainiff will taka
judgment againit you for the sum of onn
Senator. Both Houses [will now» in all claim fob ave sufficient
fficient provocation. The Government to eoognize the services of thousand Dollars with lawful interest there­
O miìous .-—Gen. Grant peremptorially re­
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and sailors in the oon- on since the 1st day of September, 1864, to4
bs are that all available troops the Fedeal
fused to be present at tlie Pittsburg (radical) probability get about business for the
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t the State will be ordered to
II test just closed by r meeting promptly and gether with costand disbursements of suit
thro
Soldier’s Convention. Besides not being dis­ people, and we shall endeavor to keep our Bren
and rightful claims for
to dispose, of these gather-
ter- fully all the
3 G. H' StEwaRD.
to week, respeot-
readers posted from weelcito
If
the
servioos
I
posed togiye aid and comfort to that style of
Attorney for pitfl
have rendered the ua-
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who have survived, „and to the widows C ounty of Y.MHIU.,
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. Corbett, Sepa-
fraternize
with
Beast Butler I who
he had
been I f we are not mistaken,
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Cau8ai
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compelled from a sheer sense of duty to de­ tor elect supported the independent ticket the
be
made
by
publication,
of
Summons
for
six*
' iflagration in Mariposa, was most . generous
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