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this year near one million buahela of grain
whnh would have gone to market ad' grain,
Ought the President Io he denounced in
the house of his enemies ? Much
he to be denounced in (he house of his friends
abfgnce of' any nece.ss'ty
to occupy or retain the. exercise of powers
greater than those 'which are exercised by
any imperial magistrate in the world Judge
ye. f (fyst PihJiAll df declining imperial
pxaneT'lbo Jtnrshfy¿tendered by a too confiid-
bcfiugacu by a gcucr
ous f (ople.
It trill he a sad hour f& the republic Ichtn
fl&Ttfvsat of unnecessary powerbernd patron •
nge by the President shall be held as crime.
lihk»» it shall be so eontridered. the tinie tddl
h-r^e arriced for setting hp at the White
H'-usc an Imj^rlat throne, surrounding the
Exeeutirt with Imperial IfgionsP— SZ wahu
I hold that this Gorerament was made on
tiu WHITE basis by WHITE men, for
the licn'jil of IVHJTE men and llieir pos
terity forever, and should be administered
by WjdlTEmen. and NONE OTHERS
I do not believe that, the Almighty made the
negfo capable of' self-government.— D ouglas .
TUESDAY, DECEMBERS. 1867
TEMPLE, RICHARDSON &Co., Nos.
3 IT & 39 Nassau Street, New York, are onr au
(horized agents to receive and receipt for ads
verliaing, subscription, ic.
L. P. FISHER, is sur authorized Agent
for San Francisco,? f .
LetClubs be organised ia every precinct, f.
iMl Status madp out *f that Territory
ve,agricultural counties on the west
‘ »de of the river, and'we will find they had as ftaforesa
e jher of the M(lie
J. W. JOHNSON,
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Mr. THOMAS BO YOB ia our autherized
Agent lor Sai» Francisco.
Messrs. Hudson & McCarty is our au
bushels of grain would have netted tho far
mers fully fifty cents per bushds more than
and^punished, if con
itlhrSj a«id there is the $500,000 to pay for might be legally
? ch|r ge itself,
tluit lllty miles of r<Ad ; without ever count- vic|íed‘; but tlm !» l^ynot^
extra cost on the millions, of feet of
nb)h |4mtorrcctio»ist change
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L ft authority
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w, nor one ajetfrig
lumber used in the vAlkty ; or (be loss for
‘ " bp unlawful how could a legisla-
want of means to ship baled hay ; or
lolding under and by virtue of a seces-
on those hundreds of thousands of. acres <»f
l oi'dinance amen<|.‘or repeal a law. A law
not be nmended ur repealed
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_ , The seiccgaion legislat lure of South
rblina held the Upuro of their office in
pursuance and by virtue of the Secession
nance. If tiri
was illegal they
wflrc an illegal body< If tl^sy were an illega1
body they could
Me no more legal effect
upon a law than ‘j Ik login,” should he as-
land in the upper part of the valley, now idle
and profitless for want of means to get pro
duce away without its costihg more thau it
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But we have no time to i carry this further;
th» .n«n u-hn will
Wo simply remark, that the rnah who will
now set himself up against tho advantages of I
Railroad transportation, as this “Mudsill’
has, bad better pack his Cayuse and off'to
Hiiine (♦» amend the t<ws of Oregon. If then
Alaska where bis neighbors of “ bar and TA-
they did not amendl^iq laws of South Caro
gins’’ will not trouble him about Railroads.
lina—her laws w^r^q^ltyred Irom the com-
“Alud S il ” advises us to enlist Eastern capi
menceiucot of the twar^ibr accession to its
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tal. V ery good ; what better ¡Jan to enlist HpLJJ’î.b' '•
failure and the resumption of hgal authority
Eastern capital than 'to first show by these
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after the insurrection failed. They were “ in
subscriptions, that our home capital small I lr '
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\tata quo, aule bellyim,"
bellpm, t dxcepi
xctot ’ so r far
(hough it be, appreciates a Railroad, eiuloise*
jynendincht of the (institution of the United
it, and is willing to go in where wejask others
^ected their laws, if any.
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.to go. This is in fact, the only way to se
4 q « undvrstand
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cure Eastern capital, as numerous letter»! from
» is to by a Secessionist
the Eastern capitalists to tbe Railroad Com
Let these great questions be presented to
re No. 34, I. O. G. T.
bounds* as fort nsrly or nhange as the ] people for
them to deliberate upon. Meato eve
day evening at 7 o’clock
4»pei*.t .But, If the
rder in good standing arc
political* Debiting Ciub.1»ke th.-phee
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war was I the su|
suppression of |i n insurrection or
of tbe usual literary associations for dis
H. F. Wnir«, W. C- T.
uprising of the people ggi
aga 11 Ls t the Constitution
W. B. pA0«, W. B. S.
cussions. Let the champions of the Con
it suppression was
. of the laud]
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gressional policy be challenged to give a
but areitoration <)f IConMilutfo
I f you wish
_.„r, tbo very
cali on BRADLEY &c
i|vho had violated law reason for the course pursuid by tbeir TOGRAP8, you most call
and not wasted in stock as much of it is, ii
If we lihd Railroad
we had a Railroad.
transportation to San Freoei^e,
, leül oo,
RULOF8ON, 429 Montgomery street, San
Let us me .t them before the peo-
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Francisco. ’ ? i
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pie-in every-neighborhood and ex poke the
where thè o idtural desi line of
fa|aCy aB(] bliting wrongs of their policy.
• the people is to reach the high ist point in art ,
Let these great principles be so presented it is very difficult for Raccesi ,1.
to be “ obtained
without tbe most urdaotis labor.
io the people that when the time shall have
opinion is extremely exactin
exacting and not always
often • unjost —
croel v. criticism
junv i but
arrived to determine them at tbe ballot just;
...... ‘ beneficial results ; the
>ox, every man will be duly and truly pre
heap a made under
pared to cast his vote understandingly. ;
an J in many suc
This course is of vital importance to uk, cessful efforts defeat seemed certain to all ex
cept those concerned. In nW one branch of
for our enemy is insidipus and will he si* art has there been more trills end failures,-
Ute not at professing to “honestly differ” and in no single instrument is tlj?re so many
different parts to perfect in order to mak*? tbo
when they have.fully determined to carry whole a success, as the fflano Forte; this is
their obnoxious plans into execution, or always attended with great expense, requring
large capital and patient* prescrverence.— i
make any other false pretense should they G rovestben & Co., 499 Bpoadrsy, N. Y •»
commenced manufacturing Ptimo» thirty-si
believe they can thereby catch a vote.
, years ago, and are on« of the oldest houses
Let us then organize White Men’s in ttev country. They differed fruru the rest
of the makers in in this respfecti— they aimed
Clubs in every precinct, and at .the 'next I to make the best instrument, and to sell it for
election roil up 3000 majority for tho ■ the smallest profit. These Pianos to<day
cannot-be excelled. Their singing quality is
Demqcratic ticket—the cause of Constitu pure, full, and easily retaiped through the
tional liberty and a white man’s govern- most lengthy passage*. For power fhey are
unparalleled, and are celebrated for tbeir
great brilliancy, exqniste touch, «nd elegance
of style and finish.
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COMPILED FROM THK
LAIMS. OF ALL KINDS. ON THE
V7 Government collected, Pension»
creased. by recent act. (governed by wound
Jisahahy.) to $15i*20aud
$15.120 and $25 pr month,
In case of death of soldier, paid to widow,
children, and if tbe latter dead, then to /de
pendent relatives and accruing pensions to
executors or administrator».
lo# pension», and these who have
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applied, cun receive this increase by ap
plying to the wndersigned
Bounty obtained when discharge is lost,
back pay. lest horse
lected Land warrants obtained, teamster«
anu others it»
in Mexican Wah.
Wah*. «Entitled. Scrip
of war of 1855 aud
185^, collected, whether
suspended or o'
;J officers pay ifor
servants and three mouths pay proper ob-
Patents proenred and »U other
claim» collected by (L M. 0 A RTER,
' fc i
U. 8. Claim Agent.
The Herald s special »ay» ^ majority of
Senators heaitate a»> to the legality of tbo
Sill ” would cut a pyetty fi gure it?New York
preernt aes#ion. and ore dipored to adjourq
DÉM0CRÂT«, MEET IN < YOUR
J. D. HOLMAN is our authorized Agent asking monied men to inv U»V III H Ui|l»U lie I •
from day to day till December.
fcr Portland, Oregon.
The Tribune's aprcial aaya Stanton doa’i
1 wouldn't touch himself. • • M ud Sin ” is mis- P recincts A n ¿.F orm C l u bs .
11 • ever pre- deairt reinstatement, be want» Congress to
The must im portant A election
take action, and rebuke the President.
Eugene Semple, Esq., is our authorized taken in asserting that the people are pur-
Agent fcr Portland, Oregon.
Gen. Avrr.ll> name has been presenter
j suaded that they can build this Railroad. No sented to the pe^^ of tbe United States
for tbe War Office.
j such thing. The people arc told that tbe -. is |ie;ir at hand.j| f
J pon i the result of thia
It is rumored that the treaty for the peri
•‘The YambiU Railread.**
west side of tbe rivet? can i bui'd 20 miles of election the, wcal^q
tor woe i of the Republic chase of the two Dunish West India lslaudb
An article recently appeared in the Oregon it; and that they believe, und are acting ac
has bevii signed at Copenhagen.
depends- The ^reat question of whether
City Enterprise bver the signature of “Mud
It ia understood from heads of different
cordinglv, When that 2' ,l> miles is finish»*
Sill,” in relation IQ what the author is pkased j the Company will receive such subsidies fron this is to be a j; ^ernment of the white departments that the estimate for the 'com
a Mi Irei Despotism is now ing year are much larger .than fur last yeai.
to uame tbe * Yamhill Railroad ;‘* disputing tho United Statesand Slate governments a people, or fl;.
It is said ihe President disapproves if
to us.l^pur fricada, our children, Gen* Mower's coarse in ixiuiaiana, and w» I
the proposition that tbe fartuprs on tbe Wcst | secures the construction of the balance, N
side of tbe river lose annually On cost of trans- ' dodging this point. The whole thing hail the causa of li |ty throughout/the world probably remove him from any kind of com
maud in the Filth District, aud assign bin
poi talion enough to build fifty miles of Ra'l- been talked up with EasU-ru capitalists, and call upop each «every man at this
to duty elsewhere.
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New Orleaus Nov., 23.—Grn. Mower lifts
the Company know what they are about, and time to way wc |l the political issues of
The txpreS'ion was a general one and in who is to help them through.
to-day, detertnji je hia-fwture course from state officers. It is reported that Grant di
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tended to attract attention to the paramount
In conclusion, we would suggest to “ Mud careful thought r
reeled Mower tn make no removal unt I
y virtue of an E xecution ’
importance of this question. Upon fall reflec Sill,” that the people on this sidv of the river
Hancock s arrival.
Sheriff <1 of
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J hand* ««■«
v as , tn
Military neco Hity, that word of bound
Richmond, Nov. 25.—Chief Justice Chas; Yamhill county, nnd leaned from the Cw»»k'
tion u*e are not disposed to take it back ; we have been doing business for themrelvs.« for
believe' that it is under rather tnan above the ..ever*I years past, and have not found it less extent, bl !oad, overwhelming, all- <did not arrive to-day, consequently tbe tru I Office of the Clerk r'
of Multfiomab coontr. ' in
of Jeff Davis is not commenc-d.
favor of John A. iCnrragaipvt John Moot •»».
and 1 pthput limit can no longer
het? It is a que4i >n that arithmetic cannot luOMMry to cross Ute Willameile $>r guar absorbing
Chicago. Nov. 25.—The Times ha* th? ! 1 for the an in «»I $4-371 65- ^.nJ ¡rilt-re^t. mol
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371 65. in
be manié uj| exqpse fur perpetrating what. testimony of Gen.Gram before ihu Judiciarj- j
exactly deride, because the cost of transpor dians or advisers. “Mud Sill” dnublk
1 costs $102 82-100 i and unm yf
t this wth m - u !
Committee, brant testified Ihut Julitisona I hearing dates the *
«lav . i»f
tation atfiikea at tbe prosperity and welfare uf deems it smart to misname this Railroad
is unauthorizd by law.
n*t. ■ 1867-
policy dreated provisiunui goverumrmrs ia I bnvr
the falser, mid tbe community in so many tackin» on “ Yamhill
of passion that for years the .Southern States was ident ical with thi
but while he cl>uclk S
IOrh day of Decfonber.
1867. at rhe
thousand ways that it is impoa-ib e to esti over tb’S sin ill point, Ire ought to renu mber
in ad* policy decided on by President Lincoln be House door of Yamhill county. Mw»-en the
fore ¡iis iuiirder. This was understood to bp
mate *' its ■ actual
influence. The - cost
of transx that nothing Inis ever yet fui.cd lhat “got i .•»
p m .,
nd 4 *i
Wtff •f'i.t j')??] ’
dash- only temporary, and to last till tbe meeting hours <4 9 o’clock, a . m ., and
portation not only depredates the price of start in Yamhill.”
t Î i jrilU
Congress. Grant was anxious that some in hand, to tha highest bidder, the following
fing against tht^hreak-waters that freedom of Ùouérees.
u beat fuhy one-half, but it also McrdOMS tbe
•m of civil government
-should b» adopted.
adopted, described personal
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Radicalism is Secession.
aud thought Johnson's plan good enough fur in gold coin,
prices of everything which the wheat must
im, owing from K i yy. phiifip-1«.
extenfsubsidmJl and we can now present temporary operation. He never recom John Monroe, or order, payable June’ Dt,
purchase, h not only depreciates tbe value
mended universal amnesty, but liaa recom 1872. secured by mortgage.
A debt nf
iff tbe dot? trine < mt be Constitution and lib-.
cf the land from which the transported article cither in or out of the Unions ^f in
’ mended tbe pardou of Lee. Longstreet aud $9.000 in gold com, owing fro
;n:- *W<0< from Marr Jvff-
Union she is entitled to the full f ibenifit i of erty and tbe c|use of tbe white race with other rebel geuerala. /The President wanted xx
• is taken, but it robs tbe same land of the
ries to John Moaroe, or order, payable Jene
every constitutional provision for States^ in reasonable hope that they will be listened to arrest the rebel generals for treason, but let. 1872. aud recored by mortgage; both
ricltot» of manures which cheap transportation
the Union among which is tbe right to regu to, examined apd approved by the people. .Grant insisted that paroles protected them ol the above amounts are specified in ilrrir
always returns to tbe soH.
from all molestation till they violated the
respective aertificatea as gam shoes attached
late tbe question of suffrage as every recogi
“ Mud Sill !L.deBirts to settle the question
True, had the course adhered io by the terms of the parole. This does not apply tn
inn in my hands. Also, one
to the exrent
to Jeff. Davis, who bad not given his parole. .fine large Jack will be »old ht the same
nized State does ; and the right to two Sena»
by pure decimals, never thinking that such
t ! time
DemoOraey bejn the course of the govern
tors, and its < quota of Representatives in
rates of transportation as keep» the producer
D emocratic . S tates —Tbo results of
ment, much oil the blood aud treasure cx-
the Fall elections shop conclusively that tbe
in poverty, robs.him of greater blessings than Congress.
pended for the preservation of the govern following States may be relied upon to cast f>TA<*ntii>n
If she is out she must have gotten put in
]* L. L. WHITCOMB
mere wtakh ; robs* him of leisure to improve
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their electoral vote for tbe democratic nomi
r Fayette, Nov. 29. 186?,
Lis mind, to rest his body or to properly edo
nee for Presidant:
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of that “get out
cate bis children.
and revered ^lorth, South, East and West
But in additiop to these higher views of the have occurred) is a secessionist^
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enacts a law the courts do not i recognize the and a national Congress assembled in yon-
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aims of life, which “ Mod Sill ” will not see ;
Indiana, - •
or effect, nor
our side is quite as defensible by arithmetic
hofft be- from ,sll the States, been deliberating on
as bis, ami «e have taken some trouble to get officer ol the law, or good citizen, without
corning a revolutionist himself.
the interests w a restored Union. £ ^ut
facts Waring upon rhe point. He asserts that coming
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To recognfce that a State has ceased to be a is not the paá of wisdom to consider so
the lowest estimate of the cost of a Railroad
is1$35,i)00 per mile, or $1,750,000 for fifty part of the Union then Is to recognize the
much what u|^bt nave been under other
DAY AND BOARDINÌ SCHOO'
Nevada. - •
m-iex. Mr. “ Mud SiU ” is not informed on legality of its secession, for if its attempted and different J circumstances, as to deter . Kentucky, »■
f • t *; w "-I
FOR yO^NG LADIES.
thia,subject. He does not know that there is secession was unlawful, as an un-kw'fful law mine what is'best to do under the present
a great difference between the actual cost and is a nullity and is so bold by all legal officers
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the ledger cost of alt Railroads, and that and good citizens, when |tbb
A tired and beautiful locatrop. away fron ?
e Democracy. In addition to these, . I i
The great gnestions of the present are of
the business portion of the ci
city, on Third
the unlawful or1 unconstitution ia law
while Railroads generally figure up about his thority,
the event that tbe Southern States are pe
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ynd void paramount importance. Whether the Gay- initted to take part in the electiou.it is qui e
sum per mile on paper, their actual cost in is as though it had ■never been -^null
Attached to the building are extrusive ami
certain that a majority of them will go den»
gronnds, for tbe aoqveDieuce bt
cash is scarcely oae-tbird that sum. For in* ab initio.
ocratic. With twelve States, casting 138
If the Radical* 's position ba correct
stance: A heavy Railroad contractor in Calis
gro suffrage tpon the States ? Wfhether.all electoral votes to start upon, it ia reduced o
The Educational Department will be Ju '
'* / the democracy will elect
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forftia having already figured on thia ‘•Yambill South Carolina is in a Territorial conditi'
of an efficient corps 4f
the Stales thq Í ^ave ever Composed part of the next President and Vice President of tile
Raitroid," makes it cost in gold coin about be reconstructed,
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United States. From the dnaUgoration pi Capt. J. p, 0. A llsgpp . (formerly a P®-
$10?000 per mile, and yet he asks more than .Reconstruction is an illegitimate word and Union are no ii/.iu the Unión and entitled to the Government the States of New York fessor in the University of Louisiana, ajid
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for the lMt
laft five years Principal of i^Callegi4to
À Collegiate .
three times that much to build it. The point ought never to have been born, and,¡we think) représentation ► ? Whether under the clause and Pennsylvania have uniformly decided
the choice for President, and now it is coo Institute in the Southern part of California)
is here; the actual cost is the eash paid out; he is right in that,) will some well inf. ymed
of lheConstitu lion guaranteeing toeaeh State ceded by republicans that these two States Principal. i I ... . ’
- No effort will be spared to make this I
the ledger cost is the contract price in the Rad tell ua how, and by what roean» she was s
are certain t«i go democratic. The ooiuing
a repubhefff^ form of government, Congress contest will attract to the democracy all •litote
stitute equal to tbe best
heat on the Pacific cofeSt
Company’s Bonds; and the difference be transformed from
a aviuiuij T i
tween the actual cost and the contract price is
Come, Mr. Rad, how did South Carolina may abolish,!^ Slates of Mdryland, Ken- those wbe are prone to go with the siriWg branches usually taught in first class Semi
side, as also those who are disgusted with
made up of losses, ducitvnts on the Bonds, cease to be a State of this Union and become ■ luckey, or any. Stale it may suit the whim the curroption of the Republican party, and naries in
inc East, iiwiuvivg
(die largest item) and the profits oq the job. a Territory ? We do not expect you to anss
wfio under the iuspirntiou« of patriotism have
or interest w '»the majority of Concrete ?
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determined to confide the rein» of Gorern-
It Is not much of a job to figure it. Ehglishi wer. You have falsely accused us of secession
Department will be çnndi.bt-
Whither ùetyall have ànd maintain Mil te purer aud better men — IF. IVSlalesman.
Railtoed iron laid do#n at Portland wilt cost so frequently, so blatantly, so ffirsistant’.y,
ed by Prof. H; G üido G rob . Gradual ¿f
Dlnm«.!*» PnnunV t* « frA
give itary Despotisms over a large portion of onr
$65 per ton, and 80 tons to tbe mile will cost that you have not the mora courage
God has wfitteu upon tbe flower« that Planel’s Conservatorie.
the country may rest awuged
$5,20.0.; chairs and spikes, per mile, $500 ; us your answer. You may prevarical you Country I ¡Whether this republic shall be- sweetens the air, upon the breexe that that uni fler the care of M rs . G r ob . (Maftou
rocks tbe flowers upon its stem, upon the
2J5OO crossstie# 0 30^ $780; laying track, may dodge, .and-twisi and squirm, but ybu'
medita rain-drop that swell the mighty fiver, upon of
cane a centralized Despotism 7 "
$500 peiwmihtt .roilinf .stock, per mila, for know there is but one way to Si
xed because he iti the dew-drops that refreshes tbe Smallest comfort» »f a home.
ordinary traffic, $1,200 f or a total of $*<,100, position, an id that is, upon the
N B — Par tie si ar attention will be ¿a id
poor and th prick man e\ exempted because he sprig of moss that rears ito head in the
cash per mile for everything but the grading; secession.” . Radicalism is founded
desert, upon tbe ocean that every swim to tire choicre of Text Book», in o^deg to
is rich '
and there is four-fiflbs of the route of thia right of the secession. Of course, if South
itner io its channel) upon every penciled avoid a?y$tong of a Sectional ar« Parian
These are the .matters that are before shell that sleeps in the caverns of the nature in opr curriculum of studies, | $ *
rqad tfcrouyh fovfi epeo prairies which can be < Carolina and other Statea legally •
For farther particulars, enquire at Ihi-fn
the people^« a jUTT«
determine, and deep, as well as upon the mighty sun
graded with plough and scraper for less than ! ceased to be a part ol our Uuion, t
stitute, or addrero H. G uido G rob , R O ’
which Warms and cheers tbe millions of Box No. 168.
one dollar, per tod, linear. We are therefore a new government, and the United* States it is time they should be considering of
creatures that live in its li ght^-upou, all
Capt. A l L so pp wifi coutkjue togive Ev,
warraoted lot saying that tbe cash cost of fifty conquering that new government
ua ► their veidiçt. There it no reason why mb He writteo, “ NWe or m*1iv«th to
»ng Lessons in the Modern Language»
mfles of tbñ véaJcttd txH exceed $000,000, conquered territory, which
could control Yambill cduoty should be I behind.
thorizetl agents tor San Francisco.
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pany amply and repeatedly assert. ¡♦‘Mud