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LAFAYETTE, OREGON, TUESDAY. APRIL 9, 1867
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, The Empty Cradle.
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How he G ut D runk .
A Chicago pa
per contains the following confession made
by a prisoner arrainged before the Police
Court of that city for drunkenness :
171 am A. P. Griffih. I F want to calf
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myself Smith, but I cannot ».ii
tell a - lie.
be sure to betray myself. Last night j
visited a friend, and took supper with him.'
Brandied peaches were on the table, and 1
ate many of them. They were nice and I
had an appetite. Strange to say, they im j-
proved my conversational powers. 1 wa>
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witty.
Whenever I spoke ‘ ev^ry- one
laughed. 1 got off a conundrum. It
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Wicked, but oh, how funny. | It was :—
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‘ Which of the A post 1 is is good to drink ?
Paul, because a pull s a bier. It’s a rule
of three conundrums. Then I ¡left fbi
home. I haven’t reach.*d there yet. Ou
u>y way there a missionary spirit awoke in.
me. 1 would see what a haunt vf iniquity
a ruin shop looked like
I called for bran .
died peaches without the peaches. I( was
give» me and 1 drank it
The barkeeper
demanded 20 cents, £aid 12:
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‘¿Friend,!
am a missionary. « Con»ct|ueot!y 1 sb uli
pay thee in tracts. Here are two dozen ot
them
Read and piofit thereby.’ f ile
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NEWS.
There is a whole volume *f poetry in the
The Herald's Alt >any letter says that
following little sketch, which wi find in the Mr. Garrison testifiec d before the Legisla
last number of Miss Barber’s Weekly.
tlve Committee thqit the
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Pacifio Mail Cum­
• Wq rpet John on the stairs. He wax pariy was controlled by a ring who used
carrying* an old cradle tfbp stowed away their power to furtK ter their own private
a i o >g what ho termed *plunde£, in the cuds. In his opinfi ion the stock was not
He stated,that Mr.
lumberroom. One rocker was gone, and worth more than par
he^wicl^er work of the sides broken;
i ; it
ir McLane declared to him that the company
was an idd willowy affair, but we could
out could not the 1 ext
Id oot
quarter declare a larger
xt qu
re truin’ from casting a sad lo.k into its divide d than 2i I per cent.
v depths.
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empty
The Times learn^i on good authority
Gone!’’ we «aid dreamily, “all
■ gone -V ¡•hatOhief Ju t ce Chase ha* declared his
golden
beads
were
cmee
piiiuw^ d purpose to proceed tl> tho appointment oi
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here ! b gads on which tb«f curls grew tn imst regist rs ot bankruptcy. He is gseatly
jips hushea
hqsl
jjltitude 8f applied-
hi sin ml >er, and the clierVs and
d Jips
emifurr»ssed by the hiult
lith&n
tlOlift. The '< on>tiiutiouality of the pro­
to the Yue of rose leaves,
broke ne silken fringed lips? opened vL-ion regarding appointments is not
h nvtiy from the slumberous »yes; smiles wholly free from doubt, but the authori-
fi ned like sunbeams over the f^ce ; the ties will proceed to give it effect.
Tfie Trib une makes the- resignation of
white fist was thrust into the mouth, and
«lien manima lifted the uiuSlfih un<|peeped Rosecraus the Occasiop of seveie comments
in to 8^ if baby was awake what cooing on the War Department and Gen. Grant
and cio^iog were heard! The little feet A misunderstanding with Gen. Grant had
began td kick, out of pure delight,
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, i much to do with moving R secrans to his
kick'ed on
r_ “ until ’ both
'* of tha tiny 1 «¿1 sbjOes subsequent career.
were landed at the foot of the cradle —|
Wells, Fargo & Co. have the contract
y ate those heads uow ? Seine that for the transportatioi of Government sup­
i Where
were e '^broitned by vigorous, inanhood*, plies from the end ot the Railroad to the
¿ing on
oh Tattle
are sleeping
I attle 1 fi fields; some bilcache 1 posts as far as Salt L >ake, which amounts
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with time' and-carea; ; and the feOt have to thirty millions pounds.
Tne Pacific Railrop' d 4 is clear of obstruc
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grown aure and weary on the rough paths
done f. om Omaha to tive termi..us. The
Perhips somejittle one tenderly rocked mails are coming through.
heie isf sleeping in the coffin. Over it
We have good aut ority for stating that
Garrison
has been put out of the Atlantic
grew bf art’s ease, and ¡vigorous box, and
white capdy tuft, and the starry j«as$amire Mails and Express.
The blqe bird- flutters its bright? wing«
The Democratic gain in Connecticut is
throughj the willow bough
bough; ; and
t|ie eòoi
through!
nod the
cool 34 ^Representatives and fodr Senators.—
Rummer wind whispers Co the green leaves The le iding Republican journals of Con­
of? ? necticut attribute their defeat to the time­
¿nd grass blades on the grave. What of
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perb«ps^>f its immortality. Sleep on lit j serving and conservative course of the
tie dreamless one ! “ Of such is the King purty.
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THE-. BEST _ POLITICAL
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NOW READY:
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Astronomical Calculations and Calendars
for every Latitude ; Tho R ight of 'SuY- ,
ftage ; The True Theon of Government
Stated ; Increase of Public Debt; The Re­
sult of the late Elections; The Future Mis­
sion of Democracy; Constitutional History;*
A bitrary and illegal Arrests made and done
Bv ord* r of^Abrabam Lincoln, from 1861 to’i
1865. comprising between three and four
hundred cases p Pauperism and Crime in
the United State® ; Presidential Proclama­
tions ; The Veto Messages of President John­
son ; The Negro Bureau aud Civil Right»
bills ; The Proposed Constitutional Amend­
ments; The Vote in Congress on Negro ,
Suffrage; Mengrelism ; U. S. Government,
Ministers Plenipotentiaryr-&c.; Senate and
Hoose of Representatives* ef the XXXIX th i
Congress; Tfie XLT h Congress as far a* ’
El< oted ; Official Election Returns for 1866*
1864 and 1860—oarefully eompikd, express- j
ly for The Democratin*Aimauac; List off
States. Capitals, Governors—Date Legisla­
tures meet—State Election, Ao. Popular
Vote fur President. <864. 1860. 1856. The
Tariff Swindle—How Consumers are robbed.
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Quartery, Yearly, -and half Yearly Adver­
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Hotel, Medical and Law Cards, $10,00 per
annum.
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Being the basis on which our
wouldn’t take them. He cursed/ ine.—
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i rates are fixed/ Currency will only be taken
Then 1 got angry, aud : or got that I was a
at market value.
Christian. I said, ‘ Coufound you.’ Bur
L had to pay him. It would seem that
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
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Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners, W sometimes the wages of sin are 20 cents.
P rice —Single copie», 20» ; six copies,-:
Ball, J. fl.’Br wn; Sheriff, L. L. \S hit What 1 did after that I don’t know; l i
SI; fourteen eopies. $2, post paid. By ex­
comb ; Clerk, S- C. Adams; Assessor,
D. know my head ached. I know my hair is
press. $12 per liu-udred.
prete.
I know I am a wicked
Smith; Treasurer, Clem. Eckles; School Piled with ashes
1 VAN EVKIE, HORTON A CO.,
Superintendi ng Rev. John Spencer; Coroner, ?inner
Now, Mr. Justice, don’t fine me.
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Publishers.
J. W. Watts; Surveyor, A. S. Watt.
' No. 162®Na8sau-st.. New York.
If I didn’t act right when I wa^ druuk, it
wasn’t my fault. There is no hand-book
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of drunkenness to teach me
It was the
peaches that made me drunk. I am going
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to write out my last night’s exnerientje,—
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I1IS HOTEL is still kept for the accom
X modation of boarders and the travelling It will be in the form of a tract. I will
Piano-Forte ManwfhctureSy ?
send you semg that that will make some nice
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Christmas gifts.” To discourage people
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A M pdel R adical .—We see by a
GOOB STABLIXG,
from becoming drunk wi peaches A'. P, ?. “TuEgE is no human institution so Venera iK Missouri paper that David Bonhorn ib r|^llE
HE attention of the public and the trade
trade .
ble
that Bhe touch of vile men will not deliL
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. our New
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and attentive hostlers.
was fined $10.
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elected
President
}>ro
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of
the
radical
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and degrade it.”— Wendell Phillips . • J |1
In connection with this house will be
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Senate of that State. We recollect this Rosewood Piano-Fortes, which for volume ;
TruejO Phillips! The very contamina
kept Horses^ Buggies, Ao., Ac., fo Let
C hiid K illed , by R ats .—iA most re j - , ? I
David Bouhom well.) About sixteetryears aud purity of ton* are unrivalled by any
Cion
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the
touch
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-of
such
Icreatures
us
3n reasonable terms.
no. 34, tf Voicing instance of maternal neglect oc­
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ago he was convicted 1 of the mòrder of a h tberto offered in this market. They con­
tain all
the m.iuern
m >dern iwprovem**»*
iwprovemeais —c
French
ai: tue
rcutu
yourselHiind those whom ypu lead I kis de­ man by the name of^ Keene,
curred in ;the neighb rhood ot the Qid youräelHand
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in Waukesha tat»
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tl IZ action,
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harp
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pellai,
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freme,
over-^*
anq
tho
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itéra
blé
ipstitu
filed
and
degraded
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Market, a few nights since, whereby a
Ben. F. Hayden,
county, Wisconsin, and
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sentenced to be
strung
ba«*,
etc.
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and
each
instrument
being
negro child lost its life by rat bices. ÏOli^ tiens eftmblibhed by the fathers. • (Ftlftl hanged.
‘ 1 Through the active efforts of his
ander the persnaal supervision of .Mr.
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made bi
such
vile
men
and
vandals
as
your.;
tribe
the evening in question the mother of the
counsel, A. W. Rar dall, the” present Post- J. Z
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kovesteen
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who
ba*
a
practical
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child went below stairs to participate in a touched! and defiled the Executive-.office’, DiUster General, he 1 eceived a pardon when ;<erience of over thirty year* iu their manu­
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negro ball, leaving, her otlspring in the. it was pure ; until your tribe go| into upon the gallows, with the understanding facture,^ fully warranted in every particular. I
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Oregon. sleeping room ’abov&j Shortly afterward Cong»*ts0 it was respectable;, until’ your
POLK COUNTY,
ti nt he was to leave the State, He im--
The “Grow«»ft*an Piaaa-Forbc ’’
ATTill practice in the various Courts of this the cries of the .infant attracted attention, kind Succeeded to authority the Smpr* nie e mediufely after removed to Missouri and
y
Received the highest award of merit at the
State.
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and upon exai&ipution it was found that Court nlver faltered in asserting if» pre- We have no doubt he has cut many a throat
celebvated
World's
Fair,
the helpless child, whd was only a few irogative. never failed to maintain its dig and shot many!si man from ambush since Where were exhibited instrument* (tom thy J
G. CURL­
weeks old, had bean attacked by rats, and nity, nekf r cringed before a usurper ¿never that time., The “
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Con- best maker* vf Loudon, Paris, Germany,! i
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cowcrecHbefore-a
parade
of
niihtaryjfijree.
fession of David Bo bbutu, written by bim- Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New
bitten horribly about the njoutb and nose
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW,
When
Abolition
faction
entered
the
Restoratives-were administered, and the
self,” was in print and circulation before York; and aho at the American Institute:
SALEM, OREGON.
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lithe creature soothed to sleep, after which, CaprtolJjile men touched/ defiled and d^l he received ins pardon, It will now be a for fi re successive years, the Cold and Sitf I
ill practice in the Supreme and Circuit
the mother joined the bacchanalian p»riy< ii graded Uli those most venerable institu-' valuable addition to the collection of.biog- ver Medals from botblof which can be seen,
Courts of this State.
tion»;
tii
on o* — purlingtan Argus. |
leaders,
raphies of distiugui ishfed radical
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Kgy”Particular attention paid to Probate where she remained till the ball broke up
J By the introduction of improvement«
we I
»in
Lann.
MnntJmnorv,.
without
further
interruption.
Ou
enter
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like
John
Brown,
Jim
Lane,
Montgomery,
burineas and also to the collection of debts,
akv a still moro
akc
more perfect Piano Forte,
Forte. an4i
and
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ing her room, at the close of the fe>tivities, ' T he T ualatin P lani ^ RoA^.-^The efforts Ben. Butler, Jack Hamilton
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and forwarding of proceeds.
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to
get
the
Capital
Stock
of
the
proposed
road
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shek was greeted with a sight of a uuu>t
to the Tualatin Plains subscribed, liA^e not celebrated murderers and thieves.— O^e
u«h
ish sj stem, are onatokd
onabled to offer these in-
m-i
S. HURLBURT.
sickeniog cl aracter. There, upon the pal i
gon
Iìeràld
ruirients
at«
price
which
will
preclude
all’
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mpetition.
prAjcctori begin to ftel that further»rift are i
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Our prices are from $100 to $200 cheaper
While
S tabbing A ffr ay .< On the 23 trist.,
Lafayette, Yamhill^ounty, Oregon. Will the bone,'‘«nd one-of its ears entirely gone mess mew of this city refuse to assist such en»
ian any first class Pitino Forte.
•. practice in the Supreme, Circuit auu all . Such instances of culpable neglect on the tvrprl=v!*J there can be but little hope for the an altercation occ urred between Robert
T erms — Net Cash iu ourreut funds.
Warren and Gore Cooper, both of this
of the Courts of this ^tate.
future
ac|
vancement
of
our
city.
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time.«
Descriptive circular* sent free.
part of negroes are not of unfreqnent oc
county, relative ; to j som ‘. business matter,
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will
eontt
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to
reign
supreme
among
us
as
a
v2 nlO 1-y
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currence.— Richmond Timos.
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which
finally
result
ted
in
a
rencontre,
in
£. C. BRADSHAW,
commui nJly
“ while our capitalists remain in
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Wery severely and
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(o the demands of prudence,
by hold- which Mr. Warran
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ArroiNTMENTS.—Governor Woods has ing backhheir
khheir support to such enterprises as dangerously stabbx
At one
made the following appo fitments during1 the one now
^ow in hand. A great portion of
Of the time it was sup]
Lafayette, Oregon.
thah^Mr. Warren
the pa-t week >
Waahhwon county trade has taken another would not live in onsequen
the in-
ill practice in the District and Supieme
Notaries Public— Wm. B. Carter, of route, arip the consequence is that the Sprii g-
Courts of Oregon.
juries he received t the hands oF his an-
Corvallis; James Guthrie,
ithrie. of Portland,
Portland • iille dcpCt is reaping larve profits through it.
tagonist; but we ate happy to say that he
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faxes Paid, Collections made, and Gaines Webster, of Roseburg. Commis« Already ^he people of the plainsgpropose bqild/
is
alive
at
present,
and
probably
will
re
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Principal Office 616 Broadway,
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
s oners of Deeds—John T. Wait, Norwich, ib^.a go > A wagon road to Tomlinson’s lidding,
cover.
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Connecticut; Samuel'B. Threy, Philadel­ on the
. ’ H from our city. The money that it sjCooper immediately fled, „ but owing
the tra<
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tö
improvement in Sewing Ma-
B. F. Bonliam. Attorney at phia, Pennsylvania; E. H. Thorp, Phila­ will takpjto build this road they are willipg to the piompt measures taken by our ener­ \T REAT
chine*. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion ?
delphia, Pennsylvania ; Samuel St. Mur fey, put iut0 yifie pla"k roa , provided there be any
getic sheriff, he was captured on the 27th Sewing Machine, It m
« thus rendered noise*
noise­
Sau Francisco, California. I Edwiu N hope of l|ie necessary stock being taken; W4
insf., ¿1 Oregon City by the Clackamas less in aetkm. ?It* motion - r^r-r-
being
paaitive,
o
a
Cooke, Commissioner for* the State of hope th L incorporators will make another
S A L E M, OREGON.
ifi* not 1 iable<oget
nf order.
It is the best
F
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or
d«r.
county
sheriff,
afd
is
now
in
the
hands
of
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Oregon at tue Paris Expo-ition.- — Unionist. tlfirt
ihin®? Notice in called t^ar
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ill give prompt attention.to all legal
the officers. Besides telegraphing to sev-
sev­ Family Machine.!1 Notice i* called
proved Manufacturing Mact^g,-
new and improved
Macffl|bf4
business entrusted to him at.the Cap-
Skv^^ R eflection U pon xjie “ L àt » L a * eral of the most imporlrnt points, sheriff
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he
New
York
Tri
Lune
says
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It
is
for TailQrs and Boot and Shoe Fitters.—
He will
itoi.
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;■ praaetice
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RoplLster Sm th offered u a reward of $200, but only Xgents wanted, to whom a liberal discount S
net mu^h to be a Republican to-day. We mentkd njAND His W idow .—The i Rofwster
&
Courts of this State.
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sir»-'~*
1J pursue and capture
bemact ty (Republican) has an article on the toiany
to any one
one who
who woj
would
take
with
us
now
the
drift
wood
and
scum.
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will be given. No Coosigmewts made.
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“ Prusiii^i ’s Salan';” which reflects severely
Is that the name you call those Democrats upon th(f late President Lincoln and his surs Cooper— Albany Democrat.
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2 10 ly Empire Sewing Machine Co.
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t Ah, Gord, you are a bad egg, and jus­
of
easy
virttfe
who
have
assisted
you
to
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Th
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democrat
say«;
that
GEO. II. STE5VARD’
viving gftrtner.
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keep power? But we are glad the editor of nearly afi the expenses of the White, I| ouru tice will probably overtake you at last.
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the Tribune highly appreciates the stuff arc paid
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GROVESTEEV âi CO.,
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havq
saved
largely
out
of
$heir
Presidents
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of
wbioh
his
party
is
made
—
drift
wuo'd
COUNSELOR
AT
LAW,
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living
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twènty*<v re thousand a year. It goes on to
and scum.
Piincvtoii,
in.
this
county,
says
the
Colusa
T APA VETTE . OREGON. ‘
enumer«||_iB|H
i the bills that are paid out oF the
who has an .unfortunate and helpless
»
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public
treasury,
arid then speaking of the re­
rompt attention given to Collections, Ac-
daughter
to
support
by
her
industry^vho
has,
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ron S teamers —We learn that mod ,cent
cent Prudent,
I’rwsidbnt, My»:]
his trails
ball* and
says: “
w Ewn
Even hia
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Will practice in the Sunreme, District
MANUFACTURERS,
if they are not dead, l>oth a husband and a son
.......
i
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els
for
improved
stern
wheel
steamers,
to
dinner parlies
parties are nsid
paid for out of the publi<|
pu’dic on this coast. The hushaud’s name is Ignas I u
and Cour ty*Courts of this State.
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BROADWAY,
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lea>t Mrs. Lincoln
■ .TIC™»Ji
contrii£d ' to
ply on the Willamette river, have been i purse, - i oft'at
t .
HEBE PIANOS ijreoivfd the Highest
puilic
purpose
in some tious Noble, and the son’s, Robt. W. Noble;
find
public
funds
for
the
sent to the East as patteres for.boats to be
Award of Merit at the World's Fair, over
«%, m / A ft L M t The Democrat i ft theO
It Al' give« aged, respectively, 60 anti 2o years. The old
made and shipped for the F. T. Company way or\dker."
lady caina to lhisState expecting to join them, the best makers from London. Pari#,
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This company have demonstrated several thZitemfc fcr tire sujipoftt of the I residency but she has been uaabh to find them. Will many, the cities of NaW York, Fbiladelphia,
from theyast
appropriation bill,
and ex
exptiins
pains
the^ast
hill,
Fafayettc Fodge, No. • 84, important facts in navigation, which will in jiistic^to President Jol|nbftn, that they je¿¿
are otir brethren,of the press assist'in getting tljj^ Baltimore and Boston; alio the ‘ G oes »
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fi&nily together? The la<U is old and reallv in M edal at the Amtvican Inttilue for FIVE
L ring stern wheels boats into use on East­
INDEPENDENT
to him. It says : “ Wi^h tb*
the
not charitable
chai
need; and has, to oUr knowletftj^» fur a year or
ern rivers in future — O. C Enterprise.
exception of the light aind fifcl, there Me extra two, earned a living for herself and daughter. SUCCESSFUL YEARS! Our Pianna con-
ORDER OF
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GOOD TEMPLARS,
tain the French Grand Ao^on. Harp Pedal.
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appropriations made ne< eftfisary by the absence
O’er trnng Bass, Full Iron Frame, and all
f
eets every Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock,
D ry D ock . —Another very desirable of the arficlts carried o off
4 bj Mrs Lincoln.''
4
Mildern Impreeementa. Every Infttrumeut
member* of the order in good standing are improvement by the P.
P, T
T. Co , is now on One itbm of the extra appropriations is
L
afayette C oueikb . — This enter­
Made under the
ted FIVE Year;
invited to attend.
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the tapis at this city. The drift is beirtg $76,00CFfor refurnishing.
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ion
of
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R ev . G. H. G reer , W. C* T.
prise has proven a solid success. It comes
removed from a porxion i of
of the
the Company^
C
Gov.
O
rb
has
had
to
isnd
a
military
;e
of
over
tbitjy fira
has a practkal ex^rivne
J. 11. U pton , W. R. S.
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to us in a new dress, of which its courtly, years, and is the maker . ef
property west of thj great basin,
W„1U, where
u
owr
Eleren
Thai-
tf
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company to Kingstree, S.C., to stop the
they contemplate putting . ¡4
in a dry
duel
V'
Galiican namesake might be proud. — Sand J^iano Fortes. Oor facilities fur man*
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RS. WHITE & WESTERFTKLC, Phy­ and otherwise preparing f< or boat bqilding. thieving and robbery among the freedmen
ufacturing enable, os to sell these instruments
deserve a cordial support.
sicians and Surgeons, Lafayette, Oregon. | One steamer will be buil It up.n the site there, who had almost began to rival But­ Friend Upton deserves
from $100 to $200 cheaper -than any first*
ler
’
s
spoon
exploits
af
New
Orleans.
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Office in the Drug store. .
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