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PORTLAND Jobbing Prices C*-
J »HAT’S THE LOGIC. '
A Sl’PERANUATED SCOI.D.
rent and Market Review, by
water fossil of the Albauy Democrat, realizing < Thetoemocratic (Cal.) Standard, speak
McCRAKEN. MERRILL & CO •f
the fact that his vapid a id wishy-washy ebu* ing of the attempted impeachment of the
COMMISSION MEKCHAKTS, NOS. 14 AND 16f
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1867. ' lition8 neither create consternation nor excite ■ TY
and probable «Lft
North Front Street.
remark, and seeing that the C ourier is unis the scheme, says :
versally accredited as being on» of thè live in
° a | evidencing the true spirit of Radi- Since our last under date of December 29 th,
We do not pretend to publish the tele
calism, hjowever, it leaves us in no doubt as we have little to advise.
The complete cessation of trade with the
graphic despatches in full, as two-thirds of made sometime since touching the Very! un- to thejj ultimate intontion—rule or ruin is
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them taken in detail are of no,interest or im
Let it be ours, also, i If right Upper Columbia, added to decline in price of
portance to anyone. We hare decided to
andjuitice are to be trampled under foot produce in San Francisco, has caused our
market to present a very dull appearance, and
simply write up, cull and collate the news himself and the editor of the Oregon Herald,
from the telegraphic columns of the Portland an excuse for assailing us in a manner in all —if t ’ e ¡Constitution and law are Jo be en- prices for all kinds of produce are merely
tirely gnored—if all power is to be con nomitil, no sales being made worthy of note.
dailies. Under this heading will be found in
ed • in a * fanatical
tho future, such news gleanings as we thin*
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t ■ 1 a A very large amount of produce is now in the
This man courts martyrdom—is a restless, nothi ’ else,
’and care for nothing else, but bands of nierchants awaiting sale and ship,
of most importance to the general reader.
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Bills have passed both Houses of Con roving, inveterato seeker after fame,, and is their two political aggrandisement
Tho receipts and shipment of produce for
ave death, but like men, die nobly,
let us have
gress, providing that whenever Nebraska endowed with about as much intellectual vigor
month of December, amounted to the fol
and Colorado shall consent through their
iave but little fearas to the result lowing r Flour, quar. sacks, 39,709 ; apples,
boxes, 16,831; butter, half barrels, 477; lard,
general remark concerning his qualifications is rofwi jontest.
... : There ifraGod who pre- cans and half barrels, 298 ; wooden goods,
Legislatures to confer the voting franchise
in support of the theory of this 'cpm|)àtfiso!|. sides jjver the destinies of the patten,” and
bales and cases. 66;.
66 fruit trees, bundles, 14;;
upon their nigger populations, they shall
Lroti. We 1—
A but |o act as feed, sacks, 3,222 ; wheat,
You shallowspated nincompoop—the incar he is a just God.
wl»eat, do 4,924; chickens,
be admitted into the Union by proclama nation of vanity! Yoij phmpouf, garrulo^ the m^ans, and with a firm reliance in the coops, 50 t eggs, boxes, 258 ; dried apples,
tion of the President. The Governors of simpleton I You lately perpetrated a slashing, justice of our cause,succe,s is already ours. sacka, 258 ; bacon, gunnies, 236 ; cider, kegb,
Yankee government like Yankee nut 14; barley, sacks, 399; oats, do 295 ; dressed
these Territories are required by said act sloshing, viperous and recking two co umn
megs, iYaukee hams and all other Yankee hogs, 57 ; corn meal, sacks, 73 ; sourkr'out,
to convene their respective Legislatures in leader against the Oregon Herald, and Its able, humbn fgi—‘ is of few days and full of trou- barrels, 13 ; apple butter, kegs, 6; hides, 276;
furs, baits, 13 ; leather,rolls, 12; grapes,bxs.
extra session to pass upon the terms im. gentlemanly and courteous editor, personally,!, bte| | ki,/has about gone the length of its 14 ; turkeys, coops,i; geese, do 4; table legs,
t now, and we have ody to give it packages, 12; salt beef, barrels, 164; bran,
posed by Congress within thirty days from who, by a few well digested blows, $ent you. tetUrl
e ¿oUd» and it will hang itself. We sacka, >202 ; middlings,‘do. 124 ; wool socks’
reeling back, a salient object of the cbntemptii rope
tho passage of the same. So it will be
>eci confidently to witness its execution bales, 7 ; potatoes, Sacks, 64; horses, 5.
of mankind. Of course the '• late cditoNn
To San Francisco^during the month of Des
rial, and. as far as our humble means
seen that the people of the States and
cember, foot up as follows,f Flour, 19,660 sk$;
chief.” i. e. the whilom “butt of all gooj na
lit, will contribute, to that most
Territories may frame their local govern- tured fun ” about Portland, was in <ppnse^ w
apples, 14,562 boxes; wheat, 1,872 sks; buts
___ Unity of action and a de- Ur, 83 hf barrels; eggs, 4 bxs; drugs, 88 do.;
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inents, provided, they do the same pre I quence somewhat humbled, anti7 you were Fertpiied wilh are the only requisites to
leather, 2£ rolls; hides, 326; bear skins, I
cisely as Congress shall dictate. AV hat a wont to vent your innoxious spleen utionsome^ our
ss. Let us use them, and at least bale ; she^p pelts, 8 bales ; merchandise, 185
• superlative farce! *-
one, and so you lit dowu upon the CouRiid. 1 ^have the conciousness of having done our packages ¿shingles, 30 M ; cider, 6 kegs.
During the same period there left this port
Lyman Trumbull has been re-elected A presumptuous booby from an obsaurequai dut^. 1 i
for San Fr incisqo, 308 cabin and 220 steerage
United States Senator from Illinois.
ter in the west, you supposed Ivhen you came
sung D irectly to the P oint .
The tri asure shipped during the period
Chas. D. Drake has been elected to the to Oregon your towering intellect (?) would The ^nate and House of Representatives under rev ew, amounted to but $350,000, the
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U. S. Senate from Missouri, in place of B. necessarily be the object of homage, remark t .of ¿LT
Mdfne have repealed the law forbidding smallest .shipment during any month of the
and wonder. But alas! for human miscalcu tho|i|tefmarriago of the’whites-with ne- year but two.
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Gratz Brown whose term is expired.'
lations! Your gait
” was soon understood
EXPORTS TO VICTORIA.
igro^l Indians and mulattoes. This is a
It was proposed by the radical distruc-
even by: the most obtuse web foot,” Your
“During December t!i^texperts to Victoria
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footed up as follows.: Flour, 53,920 qr. sacks;
2,290 bxs; bacon, 264 gunnies; eggs,
the President as to work a suspension of never again attempt to conceal it.
people of any State urge a measure
38 boxes; butter, 43 packages; cider, 5 kegs;
that functionary from office during the re
. you are a reproach 'a p. »c|i|y upon any* other State they are in wheat, 262 sacks; plants, 2 pkgs; sal soda, 3
A swaggering .......
mainder of his term, and to'put Wade, the to the craft and a detriment to any pause yop con ifflfienef bound to set the example them- do; beer, 2 kegs; mcrchartdiBe, 23 pkgs
Ttye opposition between this port and San
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pale-faced nigger, in the chair of State, chance to espouse.
- sclvcsl This the State of Maine has done. Francisco still continues—the rate oi freight
Plorai If the republicans of Maine did not per M ontana $3 00 and per O riflamme $5 00.
meanwhile. The eastern press as late as
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The decline in the wheat and fiSur market
I t M ay B e So:.—The Advocate says* ¿desire to intermarry with niggers, whence
January 18th, admit the formidable power
San Francisco may have a tendency to
for repealing said law ?
check shipments, but with the prospects of a
of the impeachment party which the late that Senator Nye of Nevada, is an upright
limited local demand we cannot ¿advise the
materially honorable, Christian gentleman, and that ?. ' T B
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f holding for higher rates. , Our Instquotations
strengthens. The Times says the inaugu- the young State of Nevada will best sulk
from there are-Flour, $4 75 to $5 00 ; wheat.
jhe continued high ¿tage of the waters, no $1 75 to $1^5.
rators of the project are serious and zeal serve its honor and interest by returning
j^jats have reached this point since
Our home quotations are as follows:
ous for impeachment. It is absolutely es
Mop9ay, a week ago. The Yambill bas
W heat —60 cents,* with limited demand. '
Those who are personally acquainted
sential to their political purposes, their
F lour —$4 75 to $5 50. "Sales exceedingly
teen »considerably,higher the present win-
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failure being the President’s success; with “ ^im Nye,” as he is called where he ■i
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while the Republican party follow moder is known, will regard the information that tn I
B acon —Sides,^14(^15c.; Hams, 15(<t-I6c.;
ate Congressmen are already in tho^ cur he is a Christian with some degree of |N e |\' B oot and S hoe E stablishment . Shoulders, 8(J9c. £
L ard —In tins, 14@15.; bulk. 13@,14c.
gcntletnan of Pôrtlànd, so soon as the
rent, (?) the chances are two to one that distrust, unless indeed it can be made to —
B utter —Solid, 25(u;30c.; brine, 35c.
D ried FruiT—Apples, ,10(<ullc. in kegs >
the House sustains the impeachment, but appear that Christianty qualifies a man fur )òat||can ran, will hrjùi*ìi stock of Boots
Peaches, 16@.18c.; Plums, 16C« 20c.
and Shoes to this pl^e, where it is his in-
scarcely possible that two-thirds of the
E ggs —30(« 32c. ' k'
man in the county where he (“ Jim ”) ro- tent|®iU to engage extensively in1 the man
S almon —Bblf, $18; half bbls. $7.
Senate will agree to the removal, but they -----
SupArs— Island, 8 i£@|oL<c; San Fran.
ufaàjre of ÿuch gooejs.
may suspend him. It is possible that the sides.
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II J.<(7d2 ; Crushed, ¡3 * hf bbls do 13^14.
President will resist by all the means in . We expect see in some religious jour
Syrup—S. F. Golden. ‘72 trie.; Island, 35c.
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his power, using the army and navy. The nal a vigorous defense of Indiana Mortons
T, Sc.; Hawaiian, 10c.
given in the Milwaukie
Times thinks Congress hesitates aat ex morals an ¿¡Christian virtues. It would be
Salt—IOOtb sks $25; Dairy,*$30; IOft^. sks
m sin, >r which occurred at Eavansville, I8c ; 5tb ?ks 10c; 3tb sks 8c.
treme measures ‘for fear of public senti just of a piece with the Advocate’s puff, qf
and besotted Nye.
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ment. A strenuous struggle may be ex the maudlin
reported in San
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pected, disturbing the peace, business and
the steps, was threatened to^e shut up
Legal Tenders, 74(^74)^c.
A dieu to $flAT T ragedy .-— Since tlte' on
in ¿Burk room if he did not go in and
. credit of tho country. The Tribunes
publication by us last week of the steic- stayijp the fabase. The child, frightened,
AVashington special says sufficient evidence
tures upon the party upon whom the evi ran 44, hnd fell in paroxysm on thjfioor.
is already before the committee to justify
dence we had, fixed the responsibility df. He begged his mother not to let the man
Ashley’s action. The Herald says no pre
BhuOilm up, and he would neveT go on 4 By Hank W. Allen, J. P., at the resi
the matter treated of, circumstances have the iteps again- He sickened from this dence of John Perkins, on February 3rd.
ordained event is more certain than the
transpired which convince us that there ate fright, and never recovered. When cons- 1867, Mr., A.'Muncy and Miss Lucretia
impeachment or removal of the President.
two sides to the unfortunate affair, and ciou^ hp begged his mother to keep the Perkins, all of Yamhil county.
The World says that well informed sources
man. away, and he never would i go on the
that the subject of our remarks upon thift. «A M «A
A m zl mhzx»»
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when 4 the
confirm our opinion that the radicals are
occasion is entitled at least to the benefit was dying, he said, (l \ Papa, don’t let me
bent upon impeachment. The European
NOTICE is hereby given that there
of a doubt as to atoy definite complicity in die^tnever will go on the Bteps again. k I I
press discusses the subject with deep se
Is ib pot possible that this one mòre mel- will be a Special Meeting of the legal
the guilty transaction imputed to him fa . ancl^p'y cas^
riousness and in an alarming manner.
may do something to induce votets of School District No. 22, Yamhill
r tbe’breakirjg-up of th^ shameful habit of County, Oregon, at the Court House in
In the Pennsylvania House of Repre
frightening children, whose whole future said School District on Tuesday next, the
sentatives, a resolution4was introduced ex
R equested to R esign iiis S eat .- h is often periled -by one moment of terror. 12th day of February, at one o’clock, p. M.
pressing indignation at the promotion of
of said day, for the purpose of electing one
The frantic conclave styled the Wisconsin
Director, ia place of S. C. Adams,
Edgar Cowan as Minister to Austria,
Legislature has passed resolutions instruct
ing ’riptices were published in the Oregon; resigned.
charging the President with contemplating
ing Senator Doolittlejto resign his seat in
. By order of the Board of Directors of
an insult to the pdople of Pennsylvania, the Senate of the United States. Thjs Statesman of December 17 :
said School District.
BfARRiED--— At Independence. Polk
and calling upon Republican Senators to
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was to be expected at the hands of a-body co
, Dec. -9, Andrew H. Hixson, aged
reject the nomination.
composed of negro-monumaniacs. -We pre 62 years. At the same place Dec. 12,
The liquor dealers’ associations are re sume, however, that Mr. Doolittle will re Elizabeth Hiz^on, aged 55 years, widow of
Ilixsoi n, late deceased.
ported to be raising half a million of dol gard this insfruction much as did the man Andrew
fssouri ‘ papers please > copy.
lars to secure the repeal of the excise law. whom the jackass had kicked. A similar
planation : Through an error of the
T I N W AR E !
Senator Cameron made a speech lately resolution was passed by the California
pH°t sr, death Notices
were placed under
at Harrisburg in which he went for negro Legislature conoeriDg Senator McDou<ral
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the piarriage head.
suffrage. He said he hoped to live to see in 1864.
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the word “ white ’’stricken from the Con-
<$| rns —We 'give herewith what is said
To be E nlarged . —The Oregon <!i£y to ¿¿a certain cure for these troublesome
stitution, and denounced Andrew Johnson
as a traitor to his country and even to Enterprise is to be enlarged. This nqw costpmers: Scrape a piece of common > ROBINSON & LAKE, of the above pop-»
chafe, put a small portion of it upon the
journal is among the best filled papers that
corrTandbind it jrith a linen rag. Repeat
ular Establishment, Thankful for the Libera
Severe snow storms have prevailed in comes to us. j Unlike many papers that the ^application for a few days, and you
New York, Boston and other eastern cities- have existed iDfOregon, the Enterprise wilhfibd.the corn come off.like a shell and patronage extended them by the public of
, perf^tly cured. • The cure is simple and
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Boston was said to be almost^ literally never proposed to be a il national” pap4r,
YAMHILL, Washington and Polk Counties
hence it does not disdain to give it readers
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s Louisvillq. Journal ¿ays of the edi- would announce that they are prepared to
There has occurred lately a frightful the local news items, etc.
succession of bank failures on Wall street.
The Enterprise has a liberal advertising
show to Customers a superior assortment of
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HE PUBLIC, and espeu.-Zly
who have heretofore transacted business
with WEL£8, FARGO & CO-, are notified
that a consolidation of interests and business
between WELLS, FARGO & CO,, THE PIO
NEER STAGE CO., THE HOLLADAY
OVERLAND MAIL ¿EXPRESS CO-,THE
OVERLAND MA^ CO., THE UNITED
STATES EXPRESS CO.. ANDTHE AMER
ICAN EXPRESS CO., has taken place, and
been effected under a Charter granted by the
Territorial Legislature of Colorado, and that
all the business heretofore done by either of
these Companies west of the Missouri River,
or between New York, San Francisco and the
China Seas, will hereafter be carried on by
WELLS, FARGO & CO., nnder the Act of
President of Wells, Fargo & Co.
• New York, Dem 10, 1866.
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C. O. CURL
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Will practice in the -Supremo and Cir
cuit Courts of this State.
frW”Particular attention paid to Probate bus
iness and also to the collection of debts, and
forwarding of proceeds.
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Selling Out To Close Business!’.
MUST SQUARE MY BOOKS AT ONCE,
hose knowing themselves in -
debted to me are requested to come for
ward without delay and settle their accounts^
All accounts and transactions prior to January
1st, 1867, must positively be attended to soon.
By heeding this notice promptly, those con
cerned will “ greatly
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Lafayette, Jan. 22,1867.
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John Morrisey is reported among, the patronage which speaks well for the en
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treprise and local pride of the citizens of
Goy. Morton, the garrulous old victim Oregon City. All branches of the Jopl
of loathsome disease, has been elected to business of the place are representediin its
the U. 8, Senate from Indiana. Truly
oolumns. The people seem proud of their
the 8enate of the United States is become
paper and determined to give it a liberal
the sanotuary of the Beam of the enrtb»
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and living support.
NOTICE TO CREDITO RS.
N the matter of the estate of Jackson I Lip-.
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed has on
By docree and order of the Honorable County i
Court of Yamhill County, Oregon, been ap
pointed Administrator of the estate of Jackson
Lippencott, late of said County and State, de
All persons having claims against tqe said
deccaspd’s estate are required to present the
same to me, with the proper vouchers, at tho
Clerk’s office, in said County of Yamhill , with-
in six rnonth^, and all persons indebted :o said
estate are required to make immediate pay-
CHRis. T aylor , * ‘
G. H. S teward ,
Att’y for Administrator.
Lafayette, Jan. 2|
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Mu in nions.
J.usti se’a.Court, for the Precipct of
STATE Op OREGON,
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C ounty o p Y amhill ,
G. W. I l tt, Pltff, vs. Andrew Mer
chant, ,J)cft Civil action to recover mon-
To Andrew Merchant, the above tamed
defendant, j i In the name of the State of
Oregon, you are hereby required to appear
before me t he underigned. a Justice of
the Peace, for the precinct aforesaid, on
the 5th da F of March, A. D. 1867, at'
10 o’clock, Forenoon of said day, at the
Office of said Justice in said precipct, to >
answer the above named Pltff. in a civil
action. The Defendant will take notice
that if he fail to answer tho complaint
herein, pltff. will take judgment against
him for §45 & 31-100 together ^ith costs
and disbursements in this actions,
Given upder my hand this 2 day of
J. T. HEMB b EE,
Justice of the Peace.
S. H urlb |RT, Atty.
- Upon the return of the Summons and,
the reading )f the afidavit ot the plaintiff,
and the preofs on file, it is ordered that
Service of th e above Summons be had by!
publication in the Lafayette UoURljm six
weeks, from L_.
the date hereof.
J. T. H embree ,: J. P.
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N otice T o C reditors .
In the mat er of the estate of J. S. Larue,
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Notice is hereby
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T- W»» that
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-has, on this 7, dsy of January, 1867,
estate u of
inV J Administrator oi
J. S. LARUE, late of Yamhill County» O’gn
deceased. All 1 , persons having
. _ claims against
said csate, will present them to^
me at troy res
idence, four i
and. state afo esaid, with the proper vouchers
within six Onths from this date. •
G. H. S tewafd , Atty, for Estate. 51 15 4w
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LAFAYETTE FEED STABLE!
. a^he editor V-
— - Radical
paper — at
Porihnd, Oregonj thinks that .we are anx- TIN-WARE, STOVES and all and singular OSBORN &
iouiio be the tailiof the fire-eating party.
orses and Buggies to Careful parties on
Wasn ’t call him.the Radical party’s tail. the Goods and wares of superior pattern and
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He ^ something tinder that.”
quality, usually found in a First Class house.
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A. Fresh Invoice of TIN WARE Od cZ
has repealed the law requir-
Remember the E^IGR a NT TIN and
ions “ effusion»” of new goods at Clem
be sold into slavery for STOVE Store; Front st, PORTLAND. Next
This 7th day of January. 1867,