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liment that of inexorable necessity. N-ature has done
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In other for
two sections of country what it Mr. CAllTWRKlHT. from the joint com
Flouring and lumbfe^hg mills, many of
words, they ijiake tho ndigipfe and polit were fepremest folly for man to attempt ' inittee appointed to visit»the Insane As
them of the first qfeiitfeare equal to the
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS
ylum, offered the following report:
ical creed of the country;
to undU The pursuits of the people “ east
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wants of most parts bftho State. The
M r . P resideot The joint commit
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of the mountains,*’ are from the vdry nec
several mechauic arts and. trades are be-
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lation to farming, hot th:»t I do not feel essltifs jof the sitqatipn, so marked, as in tee, appointed in pursuance
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I of House joint
iug well pursued in iv er/Jocality, aud the
the importance | of its paramount claims, contradistinction to those of the people of resolution No.—to visit the Oregon In-
class of work done shows/that our meeban I
You will no doubt be fely a< jin -sed on the valleys west of the meuntains, as to
ylum^and report upon its condi- GALLAND, GOODMAN fe&
ics are keeping up v ith the times and
that subject by Mr. Dbatie, wh will de- intensify rather that abate, the prefer- tioq, mi njageffiont Ac., having discharged
wants of the country.-- rPrinting establish
Xo. 129 Front Street,
ences ijf the two peoples respectively, to the du r y assigned them, would respect-,
meats ari fully up to our wants, and of
Opposite What Cheer Jlouse, Portland,
him I ask an attentive hesiriii]^, j, as he is be independent municipally of the other, fully su imit
jmit the ¡following report:
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a party character, burthensome and inju
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The jommitte0 are free to say that they
a 1 farmer by yocation ; and I u iderstand it Taking thisWiew of the pasc, we entertain
AVE [just received, and are constant
rious. The merciinti c interest is not
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has biden his main business fir a living no doubt b^t that) tie long the question of were very agreeably surprised at the or-
ly receiving the largest ana best ►se
wanting in capital or persons to engage in
stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE
for himself and family.
Oregon /politics and of controversy among uei| and conyenifence^f the establishment
to this market, consisting^! •
it. Perhaps the wants of the country are
Perhaps the object* and
result of the ___
people of the State, will be this issue,
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as fully met in this avocation as any other
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fairs like unto, ours- is inould have. . some aqd tbjs alone, and 1 continued with increa of the build ng has assumed the propor
among us. The stock interest of the coun
bought given them-
A b ! I hav e said, ag-. fsiiJg aider, Until se matter is settled on tions of a th i.e story frajne, well ventila
try is increasing in importance. More
ri ¡cultural and mechanical
al lairs are of but the basis of disin ijtgration. '
ted and lighted,; forty feet square, the first
BOOTS AND SHOES
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attention is being jraici to kind and qual-
recent date in the histor y of oui r country,
floor of wbiqh has twelve jeet ceiling, and
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HATS AND CAPS,/
itv, and we now have in the State—and though at tbh time me
re or le !8 enco.urg- J I t jsv thought lion.* 0. Ilumason of the second and third eleven feet each. YANKEE NOTIONS and CROCKERY.
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I am glad there are so many—some of the
ed by most
theflStatci « i of o
govern- •DaHes|(^ty will be tendered the appoint- A ^ew wing of two stories each with ceil
Also a large stock of
finest.or best quality )f each class. Our menti And in many o’ them i tcfial aid
menfef Collectcr of the port of Astoria, ing! or twelvte feet, thirtyfour by eighty
mineral resources within and on our • bor has been gra|
In ! u/ce • S »V^. L. Adams resigned, removed or feci in size, Ihs as been built on the north /
le? slativej LlTiTr
ders are extensive and lien, and arc being our own StatL__
011 M y none has “froze/ out.” Mf. Ilumason will be a sidc and thc<so|ith wing made to conform And many other articles too numerous i
developed with energy and industry—af- been asked for nor no^e given, though
mention. 1 Being favored by having a reside .
prom||i/ honest fed efficient officer; we to it exactly^ with all of the modern im- partner in San Francisco, and buying only
fording a market for ot|r surplus stock and
prolvements. There are now eleven wards for Cash, wc are enabled to sell goods as
the time of the legistors ;s has been devoted' hope Wmil receive -the‘appointment.
much of our produce.
in ihc build ng in each one of which is a CHEAP’AS ANY HOUSE IN TOWN.
to many, very many ob ects Of ar
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Therefore we wobld respectfully invite the
Having hastily glanced at the elements
A tv ^ ntion ! E verybody .—Sheriff bat ling roo4i, with hot and cold water, pa-
portance, and the mopqy of the
public to’ call snd examine our slock before
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of prosperity that, by the energy and in*
ten closets, 'aod nil the necessary hrrange- purchasing elsewhere.
stowed on much more uuwurtl
dustry of the country,shave been thus far
cinets-li n Jnmhill County, at the usual ments for bdthing. 1 There are altogether
and 1 am sorry to Bay ilmt more attention
developed, it belongs tc the future patient,
i places p )f Noting before;many day s on busi one hundred! rooms for patients in the As-,
is and has been paid I y the present and
100.000 P ounh I s <i|
untiring,, well directed energy, c.ij pi tai, la-
t^e first importance to ah.
¡ lì. For ylum, leaditfg from the main hall, all of Wanted—
past Legislatures to th 3 interest of party partici^
bor and induv try of thelpofulation of the
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lafs see his proclaimátion in afioth- which arc Méûtilated in accordance with
and the success of the I- I respective
Our Motto—“ QUICK SALES AND SMALL
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State to make it what ire ail detire, one of
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of the day than to the substantial wants
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parts of our common
ly j secured afci
against accident to the ¡unfor-
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of tho country.
Remember the place, opposite the What
country, and as little dependent on others
That exhibitions at fairs have been and
as ths nature
cu .mstünces will per-
so à dinirg
iroom one and a half stories « We guarantee entire satisfaction. or Wo’-
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are beneficial to a country there- can be no
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• husband at,home in the evening.
mit. Nothing but lab ?r will alone accom
b sixty,feet. The bakery, Sale. Try us and convince yourselv- .•
question, and are destiut d to awaken new <
plish this. It is true We may have aids in
I GALLAND, GOODMAN & CO.,
impulses of enterprise and improvement. ;, .N e \| G c OODS.—Eckles & Burbank have
capital, improved inplekm ents and machin-
They are in the hands and are controled receiv«! a well selected stock of general long by six feet wide, is adjoining the din
129 Eront street, • •« Portland.
ery, and the experience of the past and
in the main by the working people of the merchandise andj^row their fixed deter-
the future experiments of each other.
day; and to question their result for good minatife to dis^an^e everything in the supply of water for the* intire linstitution
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And in order that we may have and give
. IlLL i. furnished
from I a f- reservoir
line of selling
i.ng cheaply. . They are con- in the rear of the Î County
each other the aivantap
ltage of what is known
Ilaspital upon I
try of the laboring classes.
asses. Nc p »radical, ’
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and learned as we prog jress, we must have
stantly] n> receipt of large additions to a strongly framed tower with a^base of
inquiring mind can help
learning g some- the r ajro^y superi
a common organ, one which we, as sects
and useful, when seeing and I 'I 'S
and partizans, can all approach and use ;
otice is hereby given that T wfil meet tu*e
top—eighty feet above the lower floors 1
Tax payers of Yamhill County, Oregon,
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one in which we all fe si a common
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respective places Of voting, for the
And t ■néir. man
J offered on exhibition.
est, 7 and which the 1
the issfic of the 25 ult., the Oregon Agri* pacity of twelve thousand gallons of water, purpose of collecting the S tate , , C ounty ,
•ai d with subscription apd correspondence^
S chool and P oll TAXES, (or the year 1 Stif, r
ondence. needs a closer acquaintance with man the
the following days, viz:
AV hen 1 we consider that this is a different world over, and no placie furnishes a » bet-
East ChehaleiDr Monday, Nov. 19, lSdiJ.
We had hobed
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ed thii paper w&s being abun lum
climate and soil from am iy that wd have ter oppertunity than fairs for familiajsing
West Chehalem, Tuesday, Nov. 20, ” • Í
Fork, Wednesday, Nov. 21/ ” i ,1
been acquainted with, an id the most of our men with the intelligent
■ and useful of • . . •
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Winahiette, ‘ Friday,
farming done in a difie tent way to the the country, and at the hame time much
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information maybe leafned by
manner of farming in our old localities, valuable»
South Fork, Monday,
by expending more upon it than the pa that can be expected in n institution of
'the necessity- is more apparent.
Lafayette, Wednesday, Nov. 28
branch of industry. It is true objections tronage it ^received .would warrant; itj th at kind. The -patients are furnished
The Agricultural intfest being,
I will be at the -bovc places at the hours
with sufficient food of a plain and nutriti
admit, of the first importance, it is strange
of 10 o’clock, a , m . and remain ’til 3 p -. m - MA
ure of a
that so many men onga^ed in it are so in others with a part of the exercises; but interes^ng with the expenditure
S. C. Adams is authorised to receive and
• They appear j • hehlthy
for taxes in my absence.
different! as to the best mode and manner
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Lafayette, Oct. 27, ’66. L. L. WHITCOMB
of pursuing the same, or do so little to ad is done, and it is absolutely out of theques-
of: having been benefited by i the treat
vance the common interest* or take such a tion to satisfy the notions of all in any’en
A rrangements .—The last Rfi^ ipebt they have received.
shallow view of the necessity of a paper terprise whatever. Coming UP here ’ vol
“ Sal-1 The committee have had some intima
devoted to the interest of the laboring untarially, as we do, from every part of view which reached us, contains
E. «. IUNDALL
of a violation
of some of the condi-
utatory” of^ Hon. II.
Huston, who tion
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classes. Religious, 'political and other the State, representatives of and repre-.
proposes" to Wive (he quill for it in future. tjons of the contract, on the part of the
IMPORTS AND DEALS’IN >
pursdits would not think of doing without senting each branch of industry upon j a.
\Mr. Huston-is a live man, an incorrupti contractors, and being very desirous to in.
the aid of prints if they can be sustained. common level and havjpg one common ob
ble DetbocqUi and- a vigorous writer. He vestigate any rumor that might be afloat, MUSICAL.INSTRUMENTS, SHEET MU1
Political parties think it cfeo much ject in view/—the development <>f our
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and of righting matters if there was any[
importance in conducting a canvass, that whole resources and* the advancement of
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thing wrong, delayed aoy conclusive re
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they frequently have campaign papers the happineswand prosperity of the Entire
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7/ .MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS!
ohçî V a K B uren , son of President. port for ten days, for the purpose of allow
for the success of a single election, when, people, we jvill leave here with new
Van Bareni,'/died in New York a short ing charges to be preferred before the
OF ALL KINDS
in most cases, the benefit results to but energy for the coming toils; our sympa fe k I'd ra .
Thay_ also notified, persons-
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few. Yet in this new locality of our op thies increased for those occupying like]
when they held their meetings, but there
ted Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ.
erations, when, if we Would but do our positions and our desire for the mutual •
instrument of the kind in tho'
A ppearance .— The
H as MAt
were no changes ever brought before the world. best
Agent, for Steinway & Son’sj
duty, great good would result from sup welfare and happiness of each other
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Cdnmittee against the contractors, and
porting and reading a paper devoted to brightened.
27tfi u|t.| at^ Oregon-City by D. C Ire- the committee bave*arrived at the conclu-
our calling, and our bilithenfe thereby
land Esq., late of; the Oregonian. sThe sion that Messrs. Hawthorne and Loryea,
Gold Medal Piano Forte.
made lighter. Interest afld selfishness are fair of theOregon State Agricultural So * ■
Enterprise evidences tact and ability in the contractors, have performed their ob
the great motive sowers by which the ciety is now ready for active duty.
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up’,F and will doubtless be well ligation respecting the contract.
These instruments have elicited the highest
world of mankind rVc governed; and if
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I And your committie, in conclusion have conrmendatien from the musical profession,
sustained. lilr -j
publicalions are of so'much importance to
and have receivsd the written testimony of
only to say that they are pleased to report the most eminent musicians of the United
other pursuits that they Ilfeejndispensa-
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the institution and its surroundings in a States, as to their sup’eriority over all others,
* tie to their success, certainly the indus
in quality and volume oftone, capacity for ex
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quickness of action, durability and
TUESDAY, NOV. 6, 1866. <
try of the country is of much more impor
keeping in tune.
(Signed,) * J. C. C artwright ,
tance aniTthe necessity far greater fi>r pub
EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED PERFECT.
In the-circuit* sgurt of the state of Oregon, for
R, H*. C arwford ,
E. G. RAND ALL'/'
lications devoted to its success. And fur
L. 0 S tearns ,
D isintegration of the
vg. Levi'F. Allen, deft. (Uni
On thv part of the Senate.
ther j if the laboring classes expect to The Mountaineer advocates the division
stamp, 50 cents, can
Cor. First and Alder sts., next door to
fe*ceied,'Sep|einber 1st, 1866.
ohn W hiteake U,
Poet Office, Portland
wield that influence and command th ait of Oregon by a line running north ! and ------ -
J. G ingles ,
respect that their interest, duty and use- south, to be asoertianed and properly defi ‘ J,
of the State of Oregon, you are
Ft G, L ockhart ,
On the part of the House.
fulness to society ^demand, they must ned somewhere in the vicinity of the sum
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hink and act more in common for them-i it of the great Cascade Ran^e uf moun titled action, ditbin
npon you, if served
selves, not only in what relates to their tains. The Unionist seems to support
tfiB county; and if served in any
particular calling, but everything that di the suggestion with much cordiality. I- /. other Cpuhty of this State, then within twen
Hardware, Iron, Steely
rectly or indirectly bears upon their hap
Whatever may .be said or done pro or
Summons -upon you; aud if you foil so to
Smiths’ Bellows, Anvils, Vises,
piness, peace and pr^perity. It is true con on this question, there are many po answe£, for want thereof, tpe plainiff will take
Estate of Anna B. Forrest deceased, In
Wagon and Seat Springs, ¡Nuts
that they are too much controled and used tent arguments which might ba aduceclin judguwnt-agalnit you for the sum of one the county court of Yamhill Co. .Oregon,
Dollarp with lawful interest there
and Washers, Thimble Skeins,
by men in what are termed the higher favor of such division. The wants, requ- Q,n
sinjfe the 1st day of September, 1864, to- Now on this 2nd day of October, 1866,
comes the Administrator-of the estate of
sk/ves* nrxrl /lichliraomAntc
Cumberland Coal, Haying Tools,
disbursements of suit,
walks of life, and? made to subserve the iremements, adaptations and prospective j gether » with costand
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B. Eorest deceased, and tiles his ac
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count for the final settlement of the said de
accomplishments of the designs of the future, physically considered, of the seo-
| Attorney for pltf,
ceased’s estate. It is ordered that the said Forks, Mechanics’ Tools of the best quality ’ '
ambition and ends of those who have lit- tions respectively east and west of the cas I ta 1
final account be heard and final settlement manufacturers of the celebrated \
of said estate be made on the sixth day of
cade range, are at once and so strikingly
t/e or no interest in common with them.
1 If is ordered
ieped that service in said cause November, 1866, in said County Court^ and
DJBBIN HORSE NAILSJ
When'I say that the destiny of our dissimilar as to at no distant day decide be m« ie by^Dblication of Summons for six that four weeks notice thereof be gi^n
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J. W. COWLS,
common coufitry is managed and control this matter, not on the score of what week! in the Lafayette Courier, a newspaper the Lafayette C ourier .
JACOB UNDERHILL ACO.
'publii led in said * - county.
¡ -100 Front street, Portia rd.
a transient expediency,, but rio33' W
ed by the leafned professions and manag- might appear
■ R. P.Boise, Judge.
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