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Revival in Portland.
One Rev. Mr Earle is just now qrenting
M r . J. D qlbins has commericc^ the'
a wild excitement in Portland-.. He seems Imilding of a new f
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liddle Aged Men.
NEW BOOT AND 6HOE
to have been specially “ called ” as aVevi- Cveek, to be ruw I
by water pow^r. The
_ • • It is the undoubted right of this valist The Rev gentleman is attempting site is a good lo^tlon for a mill, i H
E tOUNTRjr AND THE AGE DEMAND OF
people to canvass puldic measures and the to engraft a new and somewhat novel fea
J THAT YOU MAKE THIS MOST OF YOUR
tn^its of publie nicn.'' — ^ ebstek .
T here seen^t to be. con.-J derat
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TIMS AND YdtJR ENiERGIES
oulty in some
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1867 ' quirment to make public confusion oCpast
this county—grBwing out of a dt
You can be Successfuli,
HE-undersigned begs leave to announce
shortoomin .8. Similar doings in churches
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, You can make Money,
to the public; that be has established
the part bf so^ie to divide the; districts
The Sup*c^ne Law of the Land.
H n \ \ow
east have been productive of much discord
in Dayten, Oregon, in the business of
Tao oppohtion to the Pemocraoy now a- in families, and we gee no reason why a
of manufacturing Boots and S|me9 of all and
diys dwell with great stress upon the as-' 8 milar remit should hot attend the labors
-T he -FA ir G rounds were p< roanently I rl'
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cumption that the States have no rights of Mr. Earle on this coast. For instance, located at
Bookkeepers Accountants or Clerks
J , t Ji Boots, Simes or Gaiters
were sojtafcwha? disappointed at th is, as
only those granted them by the Genera^
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, one young married woman inPortland as her
Financiers or Professional Men,
made to order on short notice and satisfac
Government—that the laws of Congress
i . “say” in “mcetin” when called upon asked
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Ed ucate , yourself practically. Educate your-
(^Mending done on the shortest notice
must bo impUouly obeyed and respected the prayere of all> that her busband would
T he haialth jjn Tualatinil Rlains is M[n^j selx^i for the tune®. Educate yoursdye® a«
by the 8U es, and that, as for “ State
sually good furTthis¿season of the year, fi tbe
demand®. Educate yourselves in
Dayton, March 17,1867
beat manner p Mible,
in the shortest
it ' the bent
Rights,” there is no such thing—to assert the city. It will readily be seen that such
S now -r-Tht snow on
time, and at tbe leaet expense, to insure
that th ire is, U
i a »0re mark ot disloyalty. a “confession” as the above is not very between thetc plains and tlie river is
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i .tST*You can accomplish all this in
That the above is a! correct exposition of well calculate! to promote harmonious re
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the principles of theyadical party, we pre- i lations between husband and wife, nor to
T ue farmers ír43 busily engaged in plow THREE MONTH’S TIME.
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sunie no one will gainsay.
promote the fair fame or honorable stand ■* j «4 •> I t X tR. * /A Z b — ■ .
The Future of this Coast demands iL
for a large crop
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Now a brief retrospective exposition of tho ing of either husband or wife.
Your Own Interest demands it.
T he numbeir-of sheep killed by dogs in
actions and do’ngs of this same party will
The Herald very properly protests
be suffice it to convince anyone—any radi against tbe inauguration of such a creed in this county,
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L ook O ut IY jr IT im .—A certain i Itiner-
cal, who is capable of understanding the the midst of civilised society, and the Ore-
a ' it k bilk
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p “W‘g through, the coun-
simplest proposition, of the anomalous po tjonian takes the ground that those who do
try on a lectu^i tjg (f) jtot^l " He /ci wnily
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* sition occupied by the opposition party of
not endorse a given religious, creed need visited this co^t^i
’ miich BUSINESS A N ii COMMERCE!
1 FROM THIS DATE HENCE.
ijs ei r cited
to-day,, as compared with the principles of not participate in its meetings, a id that it
o Uy the disgii of all wlio heard Ui..
the same party, six, seven, eight, ten
B EICHER & BI R» I
is wroDg and immoral to criticise or de AH such hair
inpd fools as he is, doffer
even sixteen years ago.
e Cause of. teippprahcuitiy Offer», the bcRt and moet succemful syrtem
nounce such creed, This is (J.ingeroUi more injury tfl
illrsel[ Dry Goods, Groceries, Gents and
ol l*ractica] Training to qualify young and
advocacy of ;-it, than . du middle aged men for Au active, sueceMful
In 1850, what is known as tbe “ Fugi logic. We presume there are few Chris < heir pretend
Bby’s Furnishing Goods, -
tive Slave Law ” was enacted by Congress, tians in the city of Portland who would be those who ope sy • ■ IS Ji . 3 J- Ni » i: : : 1 ii ' y <1 i r
Salem and Oregon City
Letyoupg and middle aged men, artisans
sanctioned and supported by Clay u»d prepared to endorse the Mormon creed, and,
and clerk», unm of bu«iqe«8 and profesrional
T his w«e|t the La(iyette Cdui^F-R
Webster and*signed by Mr. Fillmore then yet, according to the Oregonian, no one
men, avail themwrlve«
th i opportunities
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' themselves an hon-
President-of the United States. The op has a right to expose its falacies and ini domes to us iti I new dresR, and somewhat offered, and hew out for
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position immediately set up a furious howl quities. An emissary of Brighata
YOUNG MEN who lean
devote three or
against this law, averring t! a Congress go ou undisturbed proselyting among the the change. Brother Upton has our best
who derire to better tbbir condition in life,
haibi no right to enact a law binding the
unwary, and adding them to his followers wishes for hisgauc s in the newfepitder i en- and others who desire honorable and lucra
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I authorities of the States to return Fugitive by thousands. On the score of Conscience teTprise^ Firyn inAbe hours of qui* dark- tive
live situations in b buAineas,
usi negl», caD here enjoy
Hardware, Queens ware and Glassware at
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Slaves, nor to enact anyotber law contra in the matter, the Mormon cre|cd, of ¡all
on the coast.
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lÄarvelously Low Fijare«.
vening the laws of any State, and that others, should be most exempt from the port of tbe Democracy, now that the light
Tlie course v>f study can be completed in
r-_J Tuition for'the
of the trim fa; a is ibegHiniug to^ ilhyuin- Jt-li ¡to tiiUitei-n weeks tipic.
therefore neither the people nor the State shafts of criticism; for surely no pèoplej
tbat iour assort
h l I c<raree . time unlii^iit^d, $50 Those
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ment will ever be found Comdleti, and L to ’
authorities were bound to obey or respect earth have been ready to sacrific ¡e more on ate our politi' I; ^ky —(An itilla i’ress.
wishing to brc< me ineinberp will be admitted I entnprise everything necessary for th*
any w<ek pay in the year. No examinations et, all <r
any such law or la*^s. The Democracy in the altar of their religious belief.
at time of entering.
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T.i whom the young ¡folk-»
every Slate in the Union contended that all
dltge Gazette, giring full informa-
We hold that it is tbe duty of the press had pcst-ereixiiqyond a||r i enduranc e j with
N ONE MAY COMPLAIN OF.
jiptHif the e Cour»«*
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v and Great Sys-^
laws passed by Congress in pursuance of to expose what seems wrong and viciou8:n c >nuirdruuTn< U& U *
^0 ^:e tern of Practical Training, with much vala
Oijjr Terms are cash ’ orj’AY powx.
the Constitution of the United States were both Church and 8tat0.
hmuld di Ji
ou Id able and interesting reading matter, is ient
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market price allowed for PRC ODUCE*«
rec of charge to all/who di sire it,
‘•bother him' fiber with such non’ansex
binding upon the States. Upon this issue » ■-’’W’ tv ly -t .! i ■ j J l ’
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G lorious O ld “C onnet I
T he f* Let me isk
just one more, dear un-
s * ‘the people were divided into the two great
M. K. LAUDEN^LAGER, ;
Lafayette, December 25, 866.
vitching peice. *‘ Well, out
cle,” sai^d a
D emocracy T riumphant
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parties—Democratic and radical or auti-
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cut, so long wedded to the monster Aboli-
shvery. Will anyone essay to deny this
drum kndwt 40 ie mijtsary service ?6-
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Lion ism, and to(other isms too numerous to Tho*unc|0.
JLF.—desiring “ I • ' u I
proposition’? Well, as fastsoever as the
sUpfiy. tbe ConuucLmm, to be
S UÑR.IVA L E D
opposition obtained control of the State mention and to hideous to contemplate, has form nion.
t<> remove to New Mexico. 1 will sell my
iauo _ and Fumiti
Governments, laws were enacted setting at at l&st doffed the manacle tbat bouiid her, retired for th |eipUrpO'‘tjLof addin •t a ¿odicil Farm.-eitnated on the Sahun Road, two miles
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fliJl eon th of Lafiyette, at a RAICE BARGAIN. SitU
defiance this law passed in 1850 by Con and the curse that blighted her, and coine to hia will. I
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ing . Ho lie, a Bpl'endid Barn, and good
gress, in pursuance of a plain Constitu out overwhelmingly Democratic I Con
UST introduced, and'being ado
T he SciEti’
tional provision. They even went further,
al! leading houses in thb mannfa^^u.v w F(
This widely i
and fcnactcd heavy penalties to be inflicted it oh?a little too thick, even for Connecti of the lp<lust|
had at niafvelloiHly low fig [urpR. Pos«e?eioh Pin
Qrgaii?, Billiard Tables, Furniture/£
iglJArts and Sciences entered will be given immediately.
&c., Ac. i Every one who has a Piano should-
upon.any State officer who should, in obe
jcknid year on this first-¡ot last
this Polish. Send for.Cir- .
have a hottie
dience to tbe Congressional lafc, io any storm, electing En glish, Governor, over
give full particulars
Publishers have enlarged
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directions, It is put up iu bottles at 30 cents,
manner facilitate the enforcement of the
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it flr 'j to the rii o iif tbe . most costly Scientific
i and 50 cents, and where half a dozen arc ’
the commonwealth. They aho elect three
< (|rL< Britain, without increasing
th»» date I shall sell groceries .and ordered at once, we will forward prepaid by •
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ctkneries only for
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the cash' My Express.
33. Applications for Territoty
Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Massachu C ongressmen , if not fourcout of the five* the knbScript |o» price.
' t. ^Uprrflous for ns tq àpcrtk in profits being meagre, I capnot keep up and Age nc :k*8 received by*
It is a’moi
setts, Michigan, Connecticut, Vermont,
BROWN & PERRINÍ,
Maine and Pennsylvania, all anti-Democra- The hand writing is on the. wall. If an elec this corjreeti' «^Jof the gn/fit Vi àlito
General Agents fur the United Slat is,
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io all classes, an d especially H and me* much annoyance, by settling irtmedi
d 10 ly
No. 420 Bioome-st., Ni ¥.
tic at the time, enacted laws nulifying the
in the Union, not one of them would go ■Mechanics, idnUfacturers, Inventers, Em paid.
R. L. SIMPSON. nfO-tf
act which was solemnly passed by what
Jginbers, p enlists, .Agriculturist, and all
they now swear to be the “ supreme law- radical. The people are becoming aroused
love to r$Td
making power of the land,” any statutes of
Co iii inissioB !
ftihfltd cviery depattirilnt of
What a*spectacle! Radicalism which in
States to the contrary notwithstanding.—
Ijginefcring auc| tbe industri-
prostrated, defeated, routed, annihilated ; ^lechahii
A consistent party, indeed !
AMPSON of the LAFAYETTB
right in 1 the head quarters of ijts empirp ! al Art* a
would say to all inter.
'Th^Edi iúl* department 18 very ably
e$tedj that he is prepared with improved
A t the close of Judge Story’s Commen Glory enough for a beginning.
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faciliities for the accommodation of Farni4
taries on the Constitution, the following,
U naccountable F or .— -Wt|y it is ¡that fl ic Writer
Merchants and other Shippers,
which portrays the condition of things to thousands of foreign born citizens jvdte jcMrit^rs iq is country an i Europe are
safe,A accessible and convenient ST
AGE. He will also Purchase and F'or-
day to a fault, occurs :
with the opposition to the Democrfcy at i ' jiE I« • ba41U chm
•ward Produce for a reasonable Commie-
larm of romance about
[f THE TRADE GEN e I r ÀLLT.
“ Republics are created by the virtue, pub-
sion. Goods and Packages Shipped t<
• lie spirit and intelligence of the citizens. They
them, and ^pife ¿he mind with lofty and
Price« Reduced July 1st, 1866.
fall when the wbe are banished from the pub difficult to determine. That iti is constitu nobl^Uleasi
my care will receive í due and prompt a it
lic counsels, because they dare to be honest,
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American is àfforded at the !• Upwards
of 200,000* Furnished the U S*
th® profligates are rewarded- because they
J. K. SAMPSON- g
fM UP a year. T
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•flatter the people in order to betray them.”
foreigner is susceptible of proof of the
Lafa vette,'l Nov. 23,1866.
AddrfcBs : miTMÏ, Park-Row r I N. Y;
Judge Story, When he penned the abqve, most positive and uncootrjvcrtable charac
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kmt R evolvr , 44-100 in Calibre. 1 .
must have had tbe radical party and its ter. They let no opportunity go by un
n «4* if
86-100 in Calibre,
h (Self Cockirtg.) Navy Calibre.
UiOVEhl- U_The Lnfayeke Coif ÍR1EH comes B elt
doings -in his mind’s eye, exactly. The improved to |vent their inveterate Late to hrçiïd th '.week,
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much*^.mprove< in typo- B els
wise 'have been banished and excluded | upon
Washington county, a pocket
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lildu . VIU^S
our v citizenship.
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n ading community Now pocket Revolver'with Loading Lever.z
some valuable-, and also^
lsf,. :»* gjunty.
from the public counsels and the profli- »pj0 radical papers take great delight in
^aper should POCKET
a pocket memorandum.
.. Self Cocking,
gates riot in beastly indulgences, and yet publishing a eoloquy said to have taken bo supported, as a local organ, ¡regardless of Repenting Pistols,
pt.j Nos. 22 32 Cart.
The sanie can be found at my residence itk
No. 22.110 £32 Cartridge- Chehalem yalley, Yamhill county, and obtain
flatter the people in order to betray them. piace at Hay mar, Ohio, at the election heh^i pojiti^a*— Gazette.
Veit pocket ”
ed by ant person producing the requisite
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politics of a local G un (I ane , using No- 32 Cartridge.
The mongrels new iq power, reward those last fall in that State. A budk niggefc paper $hotil^ be no objection to giving it
proof tl that he is the owner thereof.
. of their clan first, who are fiercest in their stepped up to the poll*, and offcringbis'Wtd, liberal Isupr^tt, and we dike pleksurte in say R evolvìng R lfi . e , 36 £ 44-
29, ' f 1867.
B h E acii L oading R if L e . N o. 32 Calibre.
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denunciations of all legal formalities Ben was challenged by a German voters, wheii ■ ing tb our radical cotemporary ht Coi vallis, B k U acu L oadinq C audine , No. 46 Cartridge,
Wade lately declared in the U. S. Senate the darkey asked him why he did
that mqph of our available support comes fro-rt U. S, R ifled (Steel arrel^ with Sabre Bay’t
‘ ’ to the politics of the C ocrier . U. S. R ifled M usket , Spr infield pattern,
that he was a traitor who spoke of consti
German replied : “ Persons of your Color those
-pur new Breach Loading Arms
\Ve hopu tie Gazette can say a$ much forth«
tutional restraints. That body, in appre- aTe not allowed to vote by our law^” Tbo
_ 4>ton county. We arejglad
are glad to have just been approved and adopted for
kdnTiSt <4f many Democratic ¿business Military service in,Europe.'
eiation of the sentiment, elected Ben Wade
nigger rejoined : “ 1 have a right ’to votep
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E. REMINGTON & SONS,
mfen of Udi
i its presiding officer.
sT *• 1 ■ i *'1 i figura
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and when asked by tbe German voter bow columns, f
I lion , New
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A» O riginal S uggestion .—A g?n-
McDc vt^LL;—We see it stated that
via Hillslmro, Forest Grove, Centerville V , I
oct 28 ’66. no 39. vl. «
tlfeman) Democrat,, who seemed to be well his (darkey’s) mother was a whitd woman
URun McDowell |ras been as- cisco, Cal.'
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posted as to the kind of material most sus and his father was i a Dutchman, making si xn&d t< f jbe
A Yoútli’s History
one Of tbej4* territories ”! formedout of th?
ceptible in the bands of the famous Rev. him only a half nigger. A radical paper
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Jtafcs by thq “destroying an-
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• Mr. E^rle, jemarked yesterday on the
the Rump Congress. Wonder f
Street, tha% for the good of the Democratic sneaked off and was not seen a^ain that his Boll Runship wants another fiveul iilar
a^ef^ers and Baggage taken to'and fr$m
■ir Cofiifederate bill before ha takes his de
party, he wished Bro. Earlq would go to day.”
l a ^0 vc
’nterrnediate Pointe '■
&c., carefully ahd j
from this coast, toasi
to assume his loyal
Albany, for, said he, the Rev. revivalist
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W e learn that Mr. J. L. JobnloOfWill i
throne in the satiny
woild take Abbott away from us Ujust
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Ti Ike ¿a-knife.”
open a public bouse at Tillamook Bày. .
Washington County Item«.
EATERY I BODY.
National * College
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