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LAFAYETTE, OREGOy, TUESD^, MARCH
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POUTICAJ. SCOUNDIU
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L ist of thi P ardo j.—At the At-
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The
negro
suffrage
billj
whi
Wbil^ at Smem the
we were
which Congress torney General’s office ,alt Washington, a
has iust passed over the vk eto of the Presi- list has been made out of the principal
A, . McPherson, Esq., editor
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next week, we shall be compelled to defer for shown by
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dent,
is, we are compelled to sny, the most persons -
the
pardoned
bein^
engaged
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a while yet- The press we had intended to of the Uniptu*4> an extract from the deci­ bhreiaced act of ¡political scoundrelism that
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rebellion.
There-were
members
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tQ a oer(aJD old army
procure was “ gobbled up ” by the Messrs. sion of the United States Supreme Court, we ever encountered.
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y and navy, members of the rebel
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Gale just before we reached Salem last week. which he had» just received direct ¡from point in th iis negro delusion, there was a Congress > or government, major generals
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rebel army, &c. T ae list runs as
Washington, Staining the people of Lane chance for
or men to be honestly deceived; in the reJ
Nothing extraordinary octfurring, we prom
YAMHTLL COUNTY, OREGON.
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but that'nh
that phase of tbe question has passed follows i ; Alabama, 33
Arkansas, 29 ;
ise not to inflict! another half sheet on our county and .reversing the decision of the
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away, 1 'There there is the slightest room Distifpt of Columbia, 25; ; Florida, 8 ;
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readers, very soini
courts of th
tate requiring taxes to be I fq|> pebple to be mistaken, we are the most. Georgia, 18; Kentucky. 1:
12 ; Louisiana,
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Hlarylaod,
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Missitsippi.
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mortals,
but
in
such
a
case
as
paid jn c|ioji} fThat high tribunal bolds
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HOMESTEADS.
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Sou ’h Car-
r...,, one before us, there is not the re­ souri, 8 ; North Carolina, 17 ; crouch
institute a debt within the tlAs
that
taxes
an
assump-
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Lafayette
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CoviuERisets
up
oim,
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Tennessee,
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Texas,
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TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, (7n advance.)
i[ipo^st o portunity to shield these Con-
tive claim in behal(of Democracy to the credit
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meaning of |be legal tender act.
gressnvn under aDy such an excuse. In ^jrgini^, 4,8-; West Viiginia/ 9. The
this absurd
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$3 00. of the Homestead Law, testing
One Copy One-Year, .
no ,n.
State,
not even io Massachusetts,
has above list also contains tho names of those
As if .in lippci
pat ion of this obviously <T...
^pneipation
claim upon the erroneous statement that An*,
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One Copy Six Months, .
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th re been such a suffrage i law passed as \whd recommended the pardons. There
drew Johnson is the author of that Act. Not
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correct and
rilling of the higher court,
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' Gi^'Clergymen and Teachers will be Fur­ caring a fig whether the editor of the C ourier - V-
they now seek to inflict upon the people of
-r have been issued by the G overnment sopie
our
(qte
Eegistpture
passed
ah
act
of
in
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thp District of Columbia. I There is not a 16.00Q or 16,000 pardo s of rebels less
nished with the C ouhiek at $2,00 per annum. ever becomes correctly informed concerning
the history of that act, we will not tax our demnity, doubling the salaries of all the Congressman who voted for the bill who known to fame and not returned,
the
readers with a rehearsal of tbe circumstances fl . . ‘ . /V* *
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isible to prepare
d_es not know that such n law would be above list, it being lm
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
that placed it upon the Statuto Book of the State officers^ including the Judges of the
tpass of applica-
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voted doWn in every Nort \ern State) ex- them in time. A . large
Supreme add District Courts.
One Square, 12 Lines or less, one Inser­ Nation.—Union
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! 'L cept, perchance, Vermont > hod Massachu tious for pardons lie in the Attorney Gen­
tion,
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That the ediforof theUn/onisi does not
$3,00.
State and county-taxes
St^te
county- taxes are now payable setfs, and yet they vote I t( force upon a eral’s office, besides those’peither accepted
For each subsequent insertion,
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1,00. u care a fis whether the editor of the Cou-
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in greenback^; I
Rpdeed
but 1 1-
for the perver
­ helpless community that w rich they ¿now; nor absolutely rejected^-—JV. K Observer.
A liberal d^duct'oy» will be niatle on
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«Juartery, Yearly, and half Yearly Adver­ RIER ” or any on-3 else eter becomes “ cor-
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sion by our cou ii|ts, of the plain letter and
to! 41<^r is 4 possible then to regard
tisements. ,
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T he C ommissioner of ¡A griculture ,
rectly informed” concerning the history obvitfus spirit. ‘of the law, taxes had been
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Hofei, Medical and Law Catjis, $10,00 per
such mcrT* in apy other light than that of
of the ilomestaad Law is evidenced con­ payable in thit species of coin all the while unmitigated political scoundrels ? To try in his report for the la^t mouth, esti­
annum.
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mates the cotton crop of 11866 at 1,750,-
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Com Being the basis on whiun our clusively by his refusal' to so inform us since iti creation.
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to reason, P00 bales of four hundred pounds each,
to 'Convince them by ap
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rates are fixed, Currency will only ba taken
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!' v.ould be i as sensible as to Çxpect to turn or 1,500,900 at five hundred pounds each.
at parket value.
Now ice happen to “care, and, will pro- - How a court I #
should
hold
that,
in
the
ah-
ov4r a stone by an argument. Nothing
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f l T a specific contract to the contrary,
This exceeds the estimates of cotton, brok­
cccd for the benefit of the editor of the ------
seence
but1 a croirbar is equal to eii her emergency,
ers and dealers of New Orleans by at least
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Unionidi and all else concerned^, to prove the poor labore
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
is
a
very
cool
Mr.
Johnson
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Message
oould be compelled to ac­
one third, though it corresponds with the
aii(^ dispassionate document, and contains Manchester estimates.
Jud^e,wJ. W. Cowles; Commissioners, W Lorn the record that our statement to tbe^
cept for,his wag 8, greenbacks at par, while
' fur
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inffirmattou
which it is not amiss
- ‘ to place
The future of the cotton product is now
comb ; Clerk, S: C. Adams; Assessor,. I). effect that Andrew Johnson introduced in­ the officers of fate mightjexact
coin
in
befyre-the public, not that it will do any an intcrestjog matter of speculation, for
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Treasurer, Clem. Eckles ; School to the Senate of the United States, the payment of thif r safailes, Bas .never been good
»od towards placating the wrath of the it involves our financial and commercial
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Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner,
political
hyenas to whom it is addressed,
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llomeitead
Bill,
was
not
“
erroneous
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as
is
future. The prospect for the next season
clear
to
autond
with
whom
we
have
con-
J.
Watts; Surveyor, A.-S. Walt.
se it will call forcibly 0 mind is very bad, as we learn ¡from various
but
becai
alleged by the Unionist editor.
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versed pn the lubject.
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how boldl
«ouraes. Neither capital j
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of scoundrels are acting. Of course, the the Northern States or Eu
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fl I|. Osborn, was arrested on vetoed
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vol. 36—1857-^8, page 135. will be found
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J 1 promptly passed, notwithstand- into the cotton region, but a considerable
ing
the
President’s objectioi n, and Sambo portion of that which wa« employed in the
last night by De pty Bini,
Bird, aid
ahd lodged in
in. jail
the following Senate proceedings
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Anorning, ch trged with the crime of foi-
e are elevated to the control of production of cotton in 1866:
1866jwill
will be with
“Mr. JOHNSON of TemjeH^ee,asked,and by thisrmori
’'FMIIS HOTEL is still' kept for the accom-
the Capital of the States.
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JL mudatiou of boarders aud the travelling nnanimousconsent,
drawn.
The
political
and
financial
policy
unanitnousconsent, obtained leave tn introduce gery.- This oac rrence is the more to be re-
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It
is
passing
strange,
how
ever,
that
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a bill to grant to every persor who is the head
publi >*
of Congress is hostile in every way to the
greted on a< fcovn
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' of the parents arid relatives
of a fitmily and a citizen of
Uni
drew John son does not see what the real cotton product. Congress will reject any 4
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’ ’ted States,
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of whom are respectable object of i «ir this negro voting
GOOD STABLLYG.
a homestead of 160 acres of land out of the of tbe grisoAer^
is. He scheme for a more equitable distribution of
citizens.
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people and woi
ougUto i pave made his message not over national bank ourrency in the South. They
ind attentive hostlers.
Laif»
’ column ‘long, and h irlfcd into the
The Unionist further adds
will retain the cotton tax as a means of en­
Gn^¿*TEMi:t4i4¡SociABLE.—The Goód Tem- I ! . ' jjkyVt/
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these
political
scam
ps
what
their
In connection with this house will«be
Wot
The fact is, Mr . Johnson took no very ac-
couraging the wool-growers of Vermont
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T fay
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eU<4propose
to have a social’re-*
ilars - <?f
U'
s,
but.
to
bring
eCt
was
—
not
to
save
kept nbr«e< Bnjrgtetf, &c., X’c, to Let tive part
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while in, the United Stateai penate, P
Th.'
y agitate, aUrm,
and Ohio
Th?y
alarm, and io-
in-
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upon
repMlcan
institutions
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March 19, al vvliich re­
no. 34, tf. either f«ir or against the bill, lie did not union óf) T 'uesda
□n reasonable terms/
bepse
the
public
mind
of,theicotton-grow-
y,
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Are4wbiie men ¡a this cou ntry going to
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— think the principles involved, or the blessings freshments will >e served and the ‘ Iron piu.h
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)• T (Mever! pever 1 iug communities by arbitrary 'jacts tending
it would dish»itute to thousands of industris ..
vot^longside
of niggers?
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I to rhe destruction of cmfidenoe in the se­
ou< pccj.'e, of sufficient importance to wars Bound Bucket? «rtead. The public are in- Whep it 3umes to that4-wl eu four mill
Wbqpjili jomes
chatrhwheu
curity of property and industry*
DR. H. J. BOUGHTGN.
rant him in' becoming either its father or vited to attend. L '
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of African savages are v<iters—Repub­ ■, The Columbus, Misv.. Sentinel, of the
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champion, in opposition to the 'Southern wing
p’i
Late Physician & Surgeon,
licanism is “played out’* on this continent 2'> h ultimo, says that if the radical policy, «
Democracy* with whose fiwtuiies
fdi'tum's he
of the Democracy,
PErsoNAi..—H|h. W. ,L. A JAms is ill
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and; those Congressional trai ors well know as indicated at Washington, Succeeds, it
to cast his lot up to Qio commencement stopping
In Hospital Department, chose
with l^.4broth&r, Elder S.
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that is the very reason -why they ¡will put an end to the produetion of the
of the rebellion.
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The
Army
of
the
POTOMAC.
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The subterfuge was coined by the C oukiek
prc.so 'fierce for it.' They ki now they cauf great Southern staples—cottonL.sugar, and
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The Wco: instruction Veto.
with the vicious hope of dec« eiving some citi-
not retain p'ower and office ij this country rice.—Nat. Intellgencer.
notretain
Office in Dallas, Oregon.
zens of foreign birth who hju d but recently ar-
T¡he
veto
on tbu by Çhe ballot-box; hence¿.thqy are working
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Recouatraclioij ^.11 auuu i up?
r I his
his, reasons as with the energy of demons to overthrow
Now for proof that Andrew Johnson did follows:
The; ill places all the people of Republics
.bout eigh-
ab
Miss Christine Kett, aged i
. in rinstitutious in America, not
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TO BVILDERS!
ten
States
undei
' tbe. absolute dominion of by ©pen warfare upon them , for this they teen years, living oo Oak street. in Dayton, *1 *
not shrink from tho championship of the
he undersigned
Dirertorsof School District
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the military, <nj 1 he undertakes to give well know ^ould not succeed^ but by the Ohio, was brutally murdered
i the 11th
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22, in Yamhill Qounty, Oresgon, Homestead bill throughout all the vicissitudes reason,by which
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his course is justified — lyiiig, sc^updrelly, bypocri ical pretence of January last, during the t emporary
ponrry ab*
ill w
receive sealed PKOHOsaLS until the
through which it passed, it will only be neces­ It declares that I (here exists in these States
jje unknown
that it is i necessary to give the t allot to sence of her mother by soiq
sary to direct the attentioh of tho reader to no legal gov^.rl (moot and adequate pro-
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Second day of April, 1S67,
niggers, in order to preservi free govern- persons. 7 Bloody tracks were found I in the
for the building, erecting and constructing of Pait 2 of Vol. 36, of the Globe for the 1st Sts tection for life | md property, aud asserts mentì White men are not equal tç the snow outside
de of the house, and marks
ma
of
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a School House in and for said Dist. and in sion of ‘‘ the
that
there
is
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necessity
for
enforcing
35th Congress. Op pages 2239-
task ! H eavens and earth ! Did such bipod were also found upon the fence. A
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the town of Lafayette, of the following dittien.-
peace and good ’ order within their limits
villians ev er before pollute the earth with discharged pistol belonging to her brother
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sions, viz: Fifty-six by Thirty two feet in
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is
true
as
a-mjitter
of
fact,
and
not
de
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f fact, and Dot de» their presence ? And though this has w*s found by her side, but there were cuts
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size, TbgD stories high, oi 14 and 12 feet each, 3042 and 43. Mr. Johnson said and didinore
nied that the Stales in i question tyave each been
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f. '
yen the
tbe direct objeot of the free nigger upon her head made by some sharp in­
respectively. Said School house to bo set
in favor of the Homestead Law than thyotber an actual govetmui ent, with all the powers
usixde ever since old Lord Castlereagh
jastlereagh— strument; and thft supposition is that iu
upon Fillars constructed of stone, and not less
cru_
executive,
judic&i
and
legislative
—
whicti
man
in
the
United
States,
tho
asseverations
of
than 12x36 inches in size, to be settled in the
; malignant of all Tories—started attempting to defend herself with the pis­
that
most
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They are| his Warfare on the importati )D of negroes tol, from the brutal assault of a ruffian/
ground ten inches and to rise at the highest the Unionist editor to the contrary notwith­ properly belong»^) free States.
point, twelve inches above the surface ; to be
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other States of the at the Council of Vienna, o 1815, yet she was killed by him. Tbe pistol was
standing. And for the Unionist to detract organized like f ■he
dispersed under the foundation” timbers of
Union, and l&J [ them make, administer
evea to this day tbe great body of Demo­ fired into the wound and sô placed as to
said building at distances from each other ol from the merits of Andrew Johnson on tbe and execute tliel
laws which concern their crats do not see that the wh iole Abolition raise the presumption of suicide. No clue
not more than six feet from center to center score of him having canvassed In j favor of
domestic affairs, To pronounce the su- crusade, from beginning to ¿nd, has been to the perpetrator of this horrid deed has
of said pillars. Said House to be substantially Breckenridgo and Lane, is a cool ¡bi| of pre­
pre me law maki ig the power of an estab- a conspiracy between the monarchists of yet been obtained* j
Framed, weatherboarded on the out-side, and
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sumption
indeed,
when
it
is
known
that
tbe
lished State ill eg al is itself unlawfwJi All t’hff Old World and the Tories in this, to
lined and Ceiled within.
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A Belfry or Bell Tower to be constructed editor’s patron saint, Beast Butler, not only information I ba re convinces m$ that the.-subvert what Washington ai d the men of
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The population of tbe Sandwich Islands
on the same. Bidders to include in their
mass
of
tbe
Soutl
lern r eople and those who 1776 fought and died for, u inder the spe­
canvassed for Breckenridge and Lane, , but
has been reduced by licentiousness and
propsitions, the painting of said bouse throu’-
control
their
aq
!s, while they entertain clous pretax! of preserving lt. Johnson,
out with three substantial coats of lead and voted fifty-nine times in the Charleston Con-
dissipation, in fifteen years, frogi 140,000
different views oi i the question of Federal himself, is utterly blind to piis
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fact, , —
and
oil paints.
vention for J epf . D avis for President.
to 79,000.
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policy,
are
unite!
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in
tbe
rffort
to
reorgaa-
hence
is
dot
capable
pf
dealing
with
the
Bids of two kinds will required: J
So far as tho “ subterfuge” to mislead our ize their society 1 in the basis of peace, and
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Firstly, the contractor to furnish all and
UlvU
men who
nllv now
l Un OUlIUUUll
surround AJtLAJj
him, nor the meas-
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prosperity
as
rapidly
and
citizens
of
foreign
birth
is
concerned,
we
leave
to
restore
nations
•dngular tbe materials for tbe construction of
urea’which they concoct, I reestablish
SHERIFF’S SAL®..
-aid house, and secondly, for the performance it to a discriminating public to judge which, completely asFciri -cumstances will permit. mon^roh^ r i in America.
Tei porarily sue-
?f the work, alone, the Directors furnishing
ien concludes
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the Unionist editor or ourself, has resorted to The PrSsideat Jlie
tbe$e men may be. . i > was Danton
y virtue of an execution is -
• ’ .he materials on the ground therefor.
Tbe
Constitbti
¡bn,
in
its
whole
integrity
and
ÍMara
d in tbe French
evolution.^—
it.
The
differonoe
between
our
respective
sued out of the Circuit Court of the State
Draft,' plans and specifictions may be seen
throughout tne
tha ifength
l
tnrougnouc
and breadth of tbe But.^ike Actmoo, they wer£ eaten up at of Oregon, for the County of Yamhill,
ahi aid to
nt the store ofC.%Wes in Lafayette.
positions is, that we are supported by the re
land,
is.the
best
pf
,all
compromises.
Be
ir own,
owni dogs,
degs, and so will these me directed, in favor of John W. Allen, and
task,by the it
Proposals to be handed or forwarded to R. cord, while he is only supported by his own1
sidea,
our
duties
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do
not,
in
my
judgment,j
Levi F. , Allen,
for the sum
men be w ieo the people »ee distinctly against
, L. Simpson, Clerk ot said Board of Directors.
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hundred
and
eighteen
dollars
and
thirty
cents,
leaye
us
any
chi
ce
between
that
and
an-
Payments to be made to said contractor or assertions
whât their real object is.-— Day Book.
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debt
and
damages,
and
fortysone
dollars
and
We
submit
to
our
ontrsetors, in Gold and Silver coin.
I beliejn e that il coiUains that i» ii I ' 3 14 fdl
foreign^ population, other.
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twenty five cents costs. 1 have on this 8th
.Said building to be completed and finished whether or not it is safe to trust to the bare remedy< so much i needed, andif the- co­ !l - w b»u
for raising the tariff on wool, day of March, 18G7, levied upon as the props
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ready for occupancy and use, within four
ordinate branches of the Government
montbs from the date oi the letting of said assertions of any of the opposition managers would finite uporjiteprovisions, they would specifies th iree classes, viz: olothing, com­ erty of the said Levi F. Allen, the following
mon and
¿nd carpet
cl
wools. Tho duty on the described personal property, to wit: Two
for truth. If they will attempt to mislead you'
contract.,
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be found to be rjad euou
£nd
strong
first
is
In
tents
per
lb on all valued at 32 dark bay mires, five years old; two, two
The Directors reserve to themselves the in one thing, it is reasonable to suspect that
enough .to sustgi
s-ustgil id
io time of peace the na-
na­ cents* and 11 per cent, ad valorem when years old mare colts, and one dark brown three
right,to reject any and all bids for sufficient
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they will do it in another.
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tion
which
thei
brought
through
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valued abo to 32 cents. On the third class years old mare colt, and for want of sufficient
the ordeal of >
a protracted
personal property, I have, also, levied upon
wjar. Among
Said Contractor or contractors, will be re
irotraoted i war.
3 cenjs on wools valued at 12 cents and on
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bwspapobiai —Messrs. Walton A German the moat saored Guarantees ofitbat
iustru-
of
IbaitU
nstra-<
the
following described real estate belonging
du ¡red to enter into, and execute to said Di­
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r nta. Washed
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12
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to said Levi F, Allen, lying and being situ­
rectors, with good and sufficient securities, have purchased a press «nd material, and will c
ment,
are thoseIwhicb
declare that ...
each
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bonds for the faithful performance of said ccn- soon commence the publication ota Democratic State shall have ; least one representative, wool$ pay, double duty. Woolen, clothing, ated in YamhillT/onnty, Oregon, to wit: The
sba'
etc” 50 cents per lb and 35 per individual and third part of the donation land
tract according to tbe terms of the same when
its consent,
and that no 8 te, without ‘ Jits
paper at Eugene City.
consent,
111 Ml
VvJ ui>aa by
of KJVIVI1IV41
Solomon Allen, >8 set vJB
of to.him
Lflad vaio »ram. Blankets, flannels, etc., claim
cent.
l^C to .him or them.
a
shall
be
deprive
of
equal
suffrage
in
the
mt
20
to
4
The Messrs. Gale of Eugene City have pro­
propef- authorities, and containing three
40 cent8, per lb, according to the propel
Signed, this February 18. 1867*
Sdbate. ,
hundred
dred
and ten , acres,
tbo
cured press and fixtures with whteh they will
J ohn
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i -i. grade. Bunting, 20 cents per square yard
ohn B xbd
ird .
Zjjj and
»- • will expose tho
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same
to
sale,
at
public
auction,.to
the
highest
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H. H. S now -
and 35 ad advolem. Dress goods 6 cents bidder, at the Court House dooiy in said
in « short time launch their bark,cn the sea
The City of pj,eavenworth,
Kansas,
was
C, E okles .
ivenworth,
per yard,
vara, i nod 35 ad volorem. Clothing, County of Yarnhill, for cash in hand, on the
of journalism at some point in the State—
laid out io Junb-; 1854, and now contains ready made, -50 cents per lb, onOO oonts
third day of April, 1867,. between the hours
probably Roseburg. .
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or nna
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Gato Lake & Robinson for Stoves and
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of 9 o’clock, a . ml , and 4 o’clock, p m , of said
-J valorem
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ad
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tin ware. Remember the place : the Emi­
sau»fy said judgment »nd
and Costs
costs ana
day; to satisfy
The San Francisco Leader has shufflêd
Aa jiou Aiue'yodr eyes,-never blow accruing
costs.
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WHl
TOC^iB,
the
accruing
costa
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grant
Stove
Store,
front
St
next
door.to
off this mortal ooil, wod laid iö/j
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ie grave
chimney of
Sheriff
of
YamhiU
Co.,
Oregon.
lamp
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of defanot newapip^
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