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THE BEST POLITICAL AND STATISTICAL1
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The Chicago Medical Jour I sums up, as
There are thirty thousand idle nqgroes
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curiosities in medical litpratur< ind as fur*, in Wasbingtol n ! ’ Thirty “ thousand
IS8UED XVEBY TUESDAY, AT
supported by the toiling, tax-ridden, in-
nisbing a most ludicrous
le ip army
~rhrte men of the Republio !—
of the unfitnesi
THE DEMOCRATIC ALBKANAC.4
i; touching dustrious
usand consumers of bread and
’ YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON,
army supplies in thejate war, as fllowB : i '
And Political Compendium For 1867 !
meat paid for by yoa,
you, laboring men of the
cl hes thè sub- country. Thirty thousand pets of the
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jequof alcoholic stimulai
tfeat the exigen-
•f the occasion becol
1 ly apparent.—
Astronomical Calculations and Calendars
quarts of useful chattel«, to idle, lazy, dissolute pau for every Latitude; The R ight of S uf - I
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; Mi quarts
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rine, 1,113,690 pers—from sprviceable laborers to loafing FrAGE; The True Theory of Government
quarts of porter,, and ¡2,45 iSf quarts of vagabonds 1 Thirty thousand blessings of Stated; iDcreaBCof Public Debt; The Re
tERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, (In advance.}
whiif ey barely sufficed to stain the faint- the radical war for the dissolution of the sult of the late Elections; The Future Mie-.
ing energies of our fsick
sick and wounded
the'impoverisbment of the South sion of Democracy; Constitutional History;:
One Copy Ono Year,......................... $3 00.
ern people, and the galling bondage of the Arbitrary and Illegal Arrests made and done
- Copy Six Months, .......................... 2 00.
Foyiest were, so eiger
td intorcep| our hospl-
laboring men and women of the* entire By order of Abraham Lincoln, from 1861 to*
tai trains. I
i^Clergym» len and Teachers will be Fur-
| j.,.."'; 1865, comprising between throe and four
Several of tho items [in the official report] country,
nished with the
How doligbted the hard-handed farmers^ handrod cases; Pauperism and Crime in .
looK: queerly out of place
in a fist of army
the United States ; Presidential Proclamar
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stores; for instance
hundred and fi fif- mechanics and artisans of* the North would tions; The Veto Messages of President John*
Master of Aris is obviously and;, wholly teem
instr<m4nt cases, flanked
n-L1- J 1 by be could thejr have a glimpse or two af
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
son; The Negro Bureau and Civil Rights
original with the: historian- (?) J. N. fivttfiundred and thirty«seveni i copfes of bro forded them df the manner in which these
bills ; The Proposed Constitutional Amend-'4*
theifBedford’s Midwifery. Fourbir
One Square, 12 Lines or less, one Inser-
ir hundred and thirty thousand black members of the meets; The Vote in Congress on Negro
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twedty^six , speculums,
_ 7"’^^- with seven hundred
privileged cli T of the ramp era pass their Suffrage; Mengrelism; U. S. Government.
For each subsequent insertion,
Congress in extra session, in July, 1861 and |hirty
thirty seven vaginal syringe»,
jripges,;f were active
Ministers Plenipotentiary, dec.; Senate and
t ■ .“• j -ii a - fl -fl —* 1-1 . A fl— —— -I WI k L
A liberal deduction will be made on
will be sufficient to convince any one at all ly. used during the war. When the ¡volumes
Every sdnsl liny day thousands of them House of Representatives of the XXXIX th
Quartery, Yearly, and half Yearly Adver
JT ’ o e Army Med
Medical Reports are published,
Congress; The XL tk Congress as far as
that Lincoln was a “ power” in a literary we shall'hope
the opération swarm about he public places and leading
shall hope tolea#nhow
Elected; Official Election RetarM for 1866,
Hotel, Medical and Law'Cards, $10,00 per
way._ After the poor printer h^d exhaust for the relief of vesico-taginal fistihla wi is per- avenues of t e Capital, wandering about 1864 and 1860—oarofally eompiled» express
But these aimlessly in fa
■ags, or strutting consoquen- ly for The Democratic Almanac; List ofz
t&^Coin Being the basis on which our ed his ingenuity upon the document ip the seem insignificant triflesjw hert wS turn to the
rates are fixed, Currency will only be taken effort to make it readable and save any qf the masculine side of the quts tion i-i-154,154 lit tially on the pro: imenades in silks and broad- States, Capitals, Govcrnors-M)ate Legisla
cloths—prostit ;utes, thieves, beggars. Eo- tures meet—State Elections, dte. Pooiaias
’ at market value.
tie syringes were ordered, fo^ the comfort of ter the galleries of cither Ho
ine- Vote for ProsidenL 1864,1860. 1856. Tbs
original, the proof reader was yet unable,'1 the4eptlemen who consumed 1,2&J,129.oz. bf
Tariff Swindle—Hew Consumers aro robbed.
in many instances, to make it conform coptftba. Tfeus wap the ancient yeptuatioo of
COUNTY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
t, Mavs once more exaltud, while.t^o parturient is occupied by a gaping,bullet-pated,
'jk --••ys of Venus were gently urged
P rice —Single dopies, 2Oo.; six oopies, »
Judge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners, AV1 even to tolerable usage.
ur^ed with 22,* lipped, woolly,headed, animal-jawed crowd
Ball, J, H. Brown; Sheriff, L. L. Whit
n'.y, it .i as" the greatest- of niggers, this dregs of broken tip planta $1 ; fourteen copies, $2, post paid. <By ex
In the very first sentence of the message 471< £z. of ergeit. Verily,
press, $12 eer hundred.
comb; Clerk, S. C. Adams ; Assessor,
war |bc century has s^cu.
Clem. Eckles; School
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Smith; r Treasurer,
Superintendent, Rev. John Spencer; Coroner, mar. The sentence reads :
THE MXLIT. ARY Op r-
overseers—lock at thCBTl--Greasy,
No. 162 M amau -«i., N
J. W. Watts; Surveyor, A. S. Watt.
n T^e fallowing is a true
io copy of ? the military
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House, the JM
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session as authorized by the constitution,
ordinary subject- ruar 18671;
attention is not called to any
—sleepily ii$ en to legislators who have
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given them their freedom and now nrn-
er ment of the mSUrreclioi
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Who, or what has been convened, dpqs
HIS HOTEL is still kept for the accom
hetcas the pretended dtatje governments of pose to investfthem with the highest (priv
modation of boarders and the travelling not appear.
ileges of American citizenship. Appro Piano-Forte Manvitectwres»
tb| late so>calkd ;CoufederatuStates of Vir priate,
isn’tit? Bigots on the floor, [bar
participle agree ? parse, if you please,«
499 BROADWAY, NEW YOB#.
ginia, North Carolina, SOujh Carolina,
Georgia, Mississippi, A.abaulaf Louisana,
4< having been conveped.” “ Your often-
THE attention of the public and the trade
Florida, ^1 .’exas jmd
were set up of sectioual hate, fanaticism and intolcr-
and attentive hostlers.
is invited to our New Scale,Seven Ocluve.
tion having been convened ” is strictly
w^ jout the authority o|TU|>ngreS8 and wikh- i anco fringed by the sable shreds of ignor- Rosewood Piano-Fortes, which for vbfame
In connection with this bouse will be
4 the sanction of the people^ and whereas auce, vice audj squalor I
what the Sentence above quoted, means,
and parity of tone are unrivalled by any
kept Horses, Buggies, Ac., Ac., to Let
Lehde J govern
afford no ad®-
hitherto offered in this market, They con-1
] on reasonable terms.
. no. 34, tf. and surely no one will question the ridicu
for liiie or property,
Property, but long must we < ^udure these i
p rotee1 tion While
tala all ths modern improvement«— French *
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cotinteifeneo and Encourage
lousness of such English.
action, harp pedal, iron frame, over
tolerated in the
triple; and whereas it ip necessary that long shall blue k treason be tolerated
Further along in tho same message, the
pcice apd good order should be enforced in balls once set i tpart for devising measures strung bass, etc.—and each iu«lrsment being
following terse, lucic and clfiar (as mudp
sail so callud States until loyal and repubs for'thc prosper lity, the glory and grandeur made under the personal supervision of Mr!
” Jn State governments can be legally cs- of all the peoj >le of the Republic—how J. H. Guo vests en , who has a practical ex
paragraph occurs :
perience ofbver thirty year« in their manu
long will white i men submit to wear the facture, is fully warranted in every partiosdar.
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“ A disappordonate share of the Federal
Be^tt enacted by the Senate and House of yoke of vassalage and bondage that
Oregon. muskets and rifles bad some how found 1
The “Grovestee* Piano-Forte
-*> negroes may epjoy a perpetual holiday,
of the United States
praclico in the various Courts of this
Congress assembled, That said without money and without price?
be used against the Government. Accuruu|i Amkiica In
price ?— Received the highest award of merit
tion of the public revenue lying within thet^; late ^oti'f<iflerat^tates
La Crosse Democrat
......... and made subject to the
had been seized for
f__ the same objeet.” ». : & five rpilitaity
Where were exhibited instrs mente from the
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C onscience M oney .—Treasurer )in- best makers of Loudon, Paris, Germany,
How the public a
‘ revenuo ” had been
*rsl prescribed, and for that, purpose HHHHH
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston and New-
ATTORNEY & COUW SEIOR AT LAW >
rammed down the aforesaid muskets, ie Virginia ¿hall constitute the, first district; ner has received a letter from Brevet Maj. York-, and also at the'American InamutoT
___ and r. Souih'Carolina
r_ _ the
_ AV. S. Wainwright, Asst. Quartermaster, for five successive years, tbe Gold
only matter of conjecture, up to the pros* Nort| ¡•r
ill practice in the Supreme and Circuit
t; Georgia, Alabama and Florida the dated Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 8, inclo«- ver Medals from both of which can be Kerr
ent time. And the idea of “ masketB/J
ence money” ’ received by at our ware-rooms. !
iistrict; Mississippi land Arkansas the
Courts of this State.
* tSFTarticular attention paid to Probate finding their way “ " dqwn
Iqwn South,” - is of ifc
By the introduction of improvements we
master’s Department, who stated that be make a still more perfect Piano-Forte, amV
business and also to the collection of debts,
self rather a rich “goak.
i. And be it further enacted, That it had chaii ged his course of life, and desired by manufacturing largely, with a strictly
and forwarding of proceeds.
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the duty of the general of the army to make reparation for Uat amount i of oash system, are onabled lo offer thesq in
We would like to fl have the historian i
to the command of each of said dis
S. HURLBURT. -
struments at a price which will preclade all
Arnold tell us what the following means |
officer of the army! not briow the which he had robbed the Government compétition. ’ .
while in the | service. Five dollars in
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
“Everything was forborn, without whijtb| rank* of brigadier general, and to detail a suffi
Our prices are from $100 to $20&cheaper
to this amount were received
to keep “ the
govern- cient ^military force to enablq such Officer to addition
than hoy first-class Piano-Forte..
Lafayette, Yamhill County, Oregon. Wil) it was believed possibly
ies and eriforife
perfonid his duties
hjs authority from a toarty at East Liverpeol, Ohio^—
T erms — Nel Cash in current funds. .* ?
practice in the Supreme, Circuit and all
within thfe distract
ho is assigned.
v_____ iglon Dispatch.
Descriptive circulars sent free. . ;< ■
of the Courts of this State.
SE(|]m And be it further dnacted, . That it
Why;is it tbflt we never hear of larger
v2 »10 By
¿utv ( ot each officer assigned as sums, 8Ip,000,§50,000, or $100,000 being
“Their memorade were made inolosurcs of shall Ge the e djilfy
E. C. BRADSHAW,
prole* all persons in their rights return J to the Government ? Rascals of
Maj. Anderson’s letter.”
/U4 aforesaid to protect
COUNSELOR AT LAW,
In the following, again, the singular and of per ;on and property, to suppress insurrec these ddinominations are almost as numer
tion, ( iserder, and violence, ^nd to punish, or
Is it because tho
Lafayette, Oregon., >
plural are slightly confused :
causo ttobe punished, ¡all disturbers of the ous as tfie smaller ones. la
acquisition of large wealth has a hardening
ill practice in the District and Supreme
“JTbe sophism itself is, that any State publia peace, and Dominais, and Io this end effect upon the S'
¡heart and conscience ?—
Une may allow local civil tribunals to take ju
Courts of Oregon.
may withdraw, * ♦ themsclyc*
beingi risdiction of and to try offenders, or, when in It is a subject which is worthy of the study
his judgment it may he necessary for the trial of tho Christian and moral philosophor.—
f^^Taxes Paid, Collections made, and the solefhdgef
Principal £)fficc 616 Broadway,
Proceeds Promptly remitted.
We do not remember ever to have heard of
■ The author winds up with the sage dec Ì military commissions or tribunals for that pur-
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REAT improvement in Sewing Ma
in the constitution
laws A of 4*
B. F. Bonham. Attorney at
chines. Empire Shuttle, Crank Motion
so-called- confederate States to the stored txrigovernment through the power of
Machine,.. Il ia thus rendered noise
to shrink,” but from what, is not stated. contrary
notwithstanding - and
ànd all legislative
less in action. Its motion being all positive,
- If any oppose that we have garbled tile or juificial proceedings, or processes to pres
G etting an I nvitation .—Rev. llr. it is not liable to get of order. It is tho best
extraots quoted above, or that the record ry'tribunals, and all interference by said pre —— had traveled far to preach to a con- Family Machine f Notice ie called to oar '
ill give prompt attention to all legal
tended State government* with the exorciso of gregatijn at------ k j After the sermon, he new end improved Manufacturing Machine,
business entrusted to him at the Cap is not fairly stated, they have only to refqr military authority under tb>s *ot, shall be
waited very patjcfitly, expecting some one for* Tailors and Boot and Shoo Fitters.—
itol. He will also praaetiee in any of to the
the message as officially printed, to be void and of no effect
of the brethren td invite him home to din Agents wanted, to whom a liberal dioobtmt
Courts of this State.
• S e 4: jL And be it further enacted, That ner. In this he was disappointed. One will be given. No Comsigments made.
courts and judicial officers of|he United States
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Radical partisans are given to much shall not issu'd , writs of habeas corpus in be and another departed, until the house was
B. STEWARD’ boasting on the score of superior literary half of person« in military custody, except in almost as empty as tho minister’s stomach.
cases lu which the person is held to answer
qualifications, yet we opine that if they only fòri a crime, or crimes exclusively witbin up to an elderly-looking gentleman and
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were possessed of judgment sufficient to the jijirlsdictian of the courts of the United gravely said; d
f A N n C 0 U N S E L O R .
States^ within saij military ^districts, and in
•O h ,ome to dinner with me
enable them to compare the literary ex- dictable therein, or unless some commissioned ■ “ W ill you go
to-day, brother ?”
rompt attention given to Collections, &c# ploitx of “ Qid Abe ” with those of the otficeir jorn dutv in tho district wherein the per
“Where do yo|i live ?
Will practice in the Supreme, District shabbiest Fite Points politician (Morris-* son is detained shall indorse upon said petition
“ About twenty miles fitom this, sir.”
499 BROADWAY, N.Y. ? J
and County Courts of this State.
“No,” said th a man, coloring, “ b
sey for instance) they would be forced to knowledge, or information, as to t£e cause and
HESE PIANOS revived th« Highest
circumstances of the alleged detention, and you must go with me. »>
the conclusion that they have no advantage
Award of Merit at the World's Fair,met
that hé believes the same tone wronglul; and
“Thank yoa-^-V will, cheerfully.”
the best makers from London, Paris, Gor
in this line ft
further, that he believes the indorsed petition
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After that time the minister was no man/, .the cities of New York, Philadelphia,
preferred in good‘fai th, and in furtherance
more troubled about hie dinner.
34, Of the fifteen Presidential terms filled is
A.afayette Stodge, flo.
Baltimore and Boston; also the G old
of justice, and not to hinder pr delay the pun-
M edal at the American Institute for FIVE
by Democrats in the (once) United States, ishutcut of crime. All persons put under
YEARS! Oar Pianos con
military arrest by virtue ef this act shall be
Action. .Harp Pedal,
GOOD TEMPLARS, not one was disgraced r | by I" an ' incumbent
H ' j1*- '■] ' ■ K - tried igitbout unnecessary delay, and no cruel Oregonian complains that Abbott recently
plagiarized a whole entire article from its
eets every Tuesday evening at 6 o’clock, wanting in practical statesmanship or lit and* mhiaual punishment shall be inflicted.
S ec ^ 5. And j be it further enacted, That columns. What Abbott could have wank Modern Improvements. Every Increment
members of the order in good standing are erary acquirements., L|
no seiiteiice of any
commission or ed of the aforesaid article surpasses our Warranted FIVF Years. Made uoder the
invited to attend.
supervision of M r . J. H- G roves ^I eeh , who
tribuni hereby authorized,; affecting the life
R ev . G. H. G reer , W. C* T.
has a practical experience of over thirty-five
W ould you be free from uneasiness of or liberty of any person, siali not be executed
J. H. U pton , W. R. S.
years, and is tbo maker a^over Eleatn
mind-; do nothing that you know or think ùnti| it is approved by the officer in command way,” but must confess oursurprise at him sand Piamo Fortes. Oarfaoilities far fbsM-
tli^ Gi^trict, and* the laws and regulations
«k.. wouia enjoy the
to - *-->
wrong, . If
orin< enable us to sell Uteae
tfoei government of the army shall uot be stealing an article from the Oregonian.— ufacturing
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fleck-J by ¿bis
this act, exçed
except in so far as they Loryea may prepare
oare for an addition to thq
the from $100 to $200 cheaper than any
sicians and Surgeons, Lafayette, Oregon.
Office in the Drug store.
list of his trout' 2£ome
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Lincoln A Master of Art« I
Some gasconding romance^' by the name of
J. N. Arnold has Written a llfo of Lincoln,
which, for unblushing, downright lying, sur
passes, we think, anything that was ever be
fore written, in the name of history. He
mpkes Lincoln a profound critic iu art, and: a
master in literature and music. If there is
one truth in the whole volume, we are unable
to find it. It is not only false in spirit, but.
its pretended fads and anecdotes are all forge-
ries. Every man who knew I ¡ncoln, knows
them to be false. In music he did not know
one note from another, and in literature
was the sorriest ignoramus.
He was as ignor
ant of even grammar as a chimney-sweeper.
The effort to make Lincoln a Master of Arts
is a little the tallest specimen oU^umbug we
have seen yet—Day Book.
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Yes. Tho idea of making Lincoln a
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SDAY, APRIL 16, 1867.
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