Lafayette courier. (Lafayette, Or.) 1866-1???, December 10, 1867, Image 2

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THE WEEKLY
,
bor. priTilegM by th..tt«npt to murdwln
op.od.y
CouHrnti-.B-n
oftbelr
own
color;
iva Ríen
of their
oWn «lebtien
r
landribosS
0^/^
fra*!»
•[•<•»;
, cannot now find
all, the vfie frauds of all
IRÌ election
held under bayoneta in this oldJCommonx
Commons
travel over it, and
■Hr* J
wealth,^bhich/Bore
so
prominent
â
wealth, which .bore
prom in it ut a ‘père
part in
they now want to
bout to somebody to
framing our Constitution and Government­
al! furnish matter tor
lor grave and
an*i indignant get
ijck. The
Tbe Oregonian
r money
reflection by every true patriot and consider ^ivwitihqfbllowi
e yhefty” indorsement.
ate citizen."
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t d«iLÎ ai
i tien
We clip the following from^tbe Dis
therefore, tfie.attention of Railroad
mani
men could bo drawn^to ibis proposed branch
patch :
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■of “ the (Jentral Paciflcjtnd its feasibilitv and
By Radical representations the authori­ prnspwl 1‘ta se point
as to induce them
ties tere induced to prolong the time in ah, to take holdbf
iljs
evident it might
iold of it at
unprecedented
tne Conservai
1
unprecedented manner,
manner, and
and the
Vonoertatiyes
b. co.npl.leiJ, io.’’
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entered upon a third Jay’ll contest with little
Eiaciljw.
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e ’thing could be so
spirit for the work. Before the day closed it
t;
was apparent that-the polls would be kept pictured as to m
make it really what, it is
open until the Conservative
C
majority was
; somebody would
not, whiy, then of do
overcome ; and this result Was at length
__ j ibe point; buVas nobody has yet been
achieved.
The general see
impression was that the polls would be kept able to tee anything in all that country,
open until a sufficient number of negroes had
the pstt fejiri yeara
du
voted to overcome the large Conservative Curing
years of
of Railroad
Railroad
majority already achieved. - • •'
talk in Oregon, wc^tby of naming
in
¡ng it io
“ At length it was stated that Gen. Scho*
field desired the polla to be closed, and shortly coonectiou witWan| of the Railroad legis
legis- ­
after, the General himself rode up and ordered lation in ^0Bgress| or in the State legisla-
3 in vongress^or in the State legisla-
them to be closed. -
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on, the presu m ption is very forcible that
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The streets
were ..A
theft cleared
by the
military.
this last scheme is. intended, either to sell
“ Hefore Gen. Schofield's arrival it was ru­
mored that negroes were being taken tn the the Wagon- Road Mock, orqto embarrass
Republican headquarters (over the jNew Na other enterprises already indorsed by the
tion office) and furnished with nahies under grants of liberal Congressional and Stats
which to vote. Persons were immediately
delegated by the Conservatives to investigate aid, as well as homie subscriptions.
the matter, and three men were followed from
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the presence of the arch-incendiary to the
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BLOSSOM. -
polls. Here they were compelled to undergo
The “fanboy" fob power fai attempt to bo
a close examination, and it was discovered
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that all three were “Bailing under false severe sayi of us—that we have been a mem­
"■’[Fo» th« Couan».) ®
B«®mre» Ae-
In a country where the natural desire of
he people is to vsach
h the highest point in ami
ahk
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Ought the .Prebidenfto
HHI
Publie -
ter” and
ourier , without tbe most arduous labor.
ana a correspondent
corresponuen* of
oi the
*nw C
wvn»»»*
the house of his enemies ? Much more ought
opinion
ia
extremely
exacting
and
not
always
in speculating upon the effect of diet,
diet.
he to be denounced in the house of hit friends
states that he might with as much propri­ just; but often i i onjust and cruel criticism ha*
for refusing in the absence of any necessity
produced the most beneficial rveulta; the
ety have said the same of governments. greatest Improvements have been made Under
fooccupy or ^lain lhe exercise of powers
Exactly so, but where is the propriety of continued discouragements, and in many suc­
greater than those which are exercised by
any imperial magistrate tw
ia the world- Judge
either? “What kind of a government cessful efforts defeat seemed certain to all ex­
ye. I truet
trust thisfault
this fault of declining imperial
would the African form?” A. G. P. wel» cept those concerned. In no one branch of
power tag
penoer
too harshly,
harshly tendered by a too confid
confiid- ­
answers, a Despotism. But I think he art has there been more trials and failure».
ing Con
Congress,
greet, Hky
lhay be
befar
fai given by a getter-
would do so more from his naturally de* And in no single instrument.» there so many
perfect in order to make tbo
oUjUMmifo
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'“ It
tfffllbs
republic when
proved instincts than from any food he different parts to
wifi bs a
a tad
sad hour
hour for
for ike
the republic
when
W IIVic tf
SB auvvi.ll*,
no Forte;
Forte; this i«
Í»
- whole
»access, as the 1 Piano
may
have
eateo.
‘
tfufnl
of
unnecessary
power»
àndpatron-,
always attended with great expense, requring
^ge by 7he president shall be held as crime.
The African race existing in America,, large
6y the President shall be held at crime.
largo capital and patient preserve re nee.
nee.—
When it
U sfnjllb*
be so considered.
considered, the Unie
time will
were born and bred in America, and have G rovbstixn
rovbstbo 44C
Co.,
o ., 499 Broadway, N. Y.
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hove arttucd'for
h»ie
arriutebfiir setting up at the White
bad a chanse to be enlightened; and with commenced manufacturing Pianos thirty-six
Hoicse an imperial throne, surrounding the
Hotwe
ars ago,
ego, and are one of the oldost houses
the help of the yankees are they capable of years
i.L imperial legions.”
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the country. , ' wu
They differed from the rest
self government ? We know they have ad­
of
the
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makers
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in
in this respect—they aimed
I hobf that this Government was made on
vanced in the scale of eiviliiation, bnt not
to
make
the
best
instrument,
and to sell it for
the WHITS basis by WHITE men, for
in intellect. They still have the same
the smallest profit.
These Pianos SoMfay
the benefit of WHITE men and their pos­
kinky heads, flat nofes, and thick lipa; cannot be excelled. Their singing quality is
terity forever, and should be administered
the hollow of his foot still makes a hole in pure, full, and easily retained through the
by WjfiTE mcn.ayd N0N& OTHERS.
the ground, and bis mental characteristics most lengthy passages. For power they are
I do not believe that the Afnighly made the
remain unebanged ; be is willing to obey unparalleled, and are celebrated for their
negro Capable of self government. — D ouglas .
the will and dictum of whoever may have great brilliancy, exquiate touch, and elegance
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the immediate control of him. He is a of style and finish.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1867.
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natural tool for a Despot, and would favor
LAIMS. OF ALL KINDS,
KINDS. ON THE
TH
a Despotism, irrespective of food. If food
Government collected, Pensions in
G«*<ernment
m- ­
TEMPLE, RIQHARDSON &Co., Nos.
does not change the negre, why should it
creased^ by recent aot, (governed by wound
37 & 39,N»ssau Street, New York, are ourau
cHange the white? Why should negro or Jisabilty.) to >15. >20 and >25 pr moutb.
thorrted agents to receive and receipt for ads
milk contaminate the child more than that In case of death of soldier, paid to widow,
vertismg, subscription, Ac.
from the cow ? Does the noble daring enuoren,
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ohildreti. ana
and it
if the
do- ­
inc latter dead, then to de
and accruing pensions to
and immense sacrifices made by the South- pendent relatives
ives ana
L. P. FIBBER, is our authorized Agent
administrators.
Pessens
naw
rxeeeteni
or
,
ern
whites
for
what
they
thought
their
for San Francisco.
receiving
low
ponsiona,
and
those
sjrbe
hate
rights proclaim their degeneracy ? They
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ap­
colors.”
ber
of
every
party
that
has
had
an
existence
way have gravely erred. Who is there not apphed. oan receive this increase by ap-
Mr.THOEAIBOTOS is our authorised
««< The polls in the other wards having been
plying to the undersigned.
Agent (or Sea Frenetico.
since oui existence.*|The fat brained fellow that does not at times err ? The South
Bounty obtained .When discharge b lost,
viuscu,
v.ivvw.w.vM
closed, the
colored ...v..
men seettjed to come from
are
a
noble
and
a
generous
people
unsur
­
does
not
i
realize
themeaning
of
words,
or
is
buck pay. loot here* olaims. prise meoey. col­
every
direction to swell the crowd at these.
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packed voters, two abreast, devoid of self respect. We have our views passed by any in the world for bravery, lected
long line of packéd
Messrs. Hudson 4k McCarty is our au- The long
Land warranto obtained, teametero
tlmriaed agenta for San Fraacisco.
generosity, bospitslity, intelligence and and others in Mexican War, entitled. Scrip
at one time reached for a square and a halt,
of national policy and .politics and we join
and at no time for ueariy four hours was it
strict integrity.
Would they have been of war of 1855 and 1856. collected* whether
J. B. HOLMAN is our authorized Agent less than a square in length. To a’l citizens with any party that we think will enforce
superior to what they are, bad they never suspended or otberwbet offioors pay for
for Portland, Oregon.
b ♦ * ‘ < a
’ ÂT* 4 *
of Richmond it was a matter of surprirs that tbose vieMvs
a */ — acted with,
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« a .* Democratic “ have seen sam”bo ?
servants and three months pay proper ob­
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so many colored men could have been found
We see no difference between the In­ tained. Patents procured and all ether
Stjpdna Semple, Esq. [., is our authorised in the ward, as it ia well known that in that party from our first political set until the for­
claims coBeetedby
C-M-CARTER.
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BARTER.
Agent fcr Portland, Oregon; '
m.tK of the.Unioq ^arty.l We were for the dian in the extreme North and South, that
U. 9. Claim Agent. ’
section of the city there are less negroes than mation
é——
Union thin, we arefnow for the Union and is io their low cunning, warlike, treacher­
in any other.
e—
n-33 ly
Portland, Oregon,
Umo
ous
disposition,
no
matter
what
their
diet.
“
Still
the
crowd
was
swelled
by
fresh
arri
­
How ths Experiment Works.
^ m I1 ever .be and ir|>en we joined with the
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vals—from where no one could guess, who
“As the twig is bent the tree is inclin­
WnATKVBR may be said pf the merits of the
No one truth is contrary to any other
they were no one seemed to know. But as Union parity W® did loot intend to sacrifice a ed”, but the children of the South are the different sewing maohii
ipes now before the
truth* and ope. correct.principle harmoni­ the numbers increas'-d hour after hour, th« settled ehriaictioo of powers and duties of the
boot to never be governed by the negro, public, there is eertainly
w none that deserves
ses with every other principle that is cor­ impression that fraud was being practiced be« . rarioua department
'
this Empire Sewing
bf the ¡ government. Had and though the storm has been severe and more special mention I than
ipartmenta of
came more generally prevalent, and indeed no
Machine.
This
machine
hiao
b
not only unsur­
rect ;*and every* correct theory will work one could possibly resist the conclusion, be­ wo hays j ^onlinQc<| Mo act . with the Union bent their heads near the ground I hope
passed in simplicity, durability and beautiful
•• ‘L’ .Br* J1 ’
to sec them rise again above negro equality
Well when put in practice, and the exem* fore half formed, that it was designed by a
rise did Pumpkin Blossom
stitch, and adapted to all kinda of family sew­
a
j
p
and suffrage.
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show of a large unvoted crowd toketp 'the
Wouid|
have
justified
the
scurrilous
re
­
ing, and noiseless wMa In opevotion, but is of
plifyeation of an erroneous theory will be polls open until every alley should be scoured,
It is said lhak a state of slavery unfits superior workmanship, combmmg unefulnato
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io tfiUjAng., snapper, that we were men for freedom, that Africans, and every with elegance. . It in, fo f«ct, a selling machine
attended with evil results. There may be and bi)’ sending in a man for every registered
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voter who had not made his appearance the
worship any politi- oppressed people unaccustomed to and in­ that every family would liko*to have. 42 4t
those who believe the Southern States Conservative fan|ority could be overcoms;— /cMngehng; we ‘<e > ’ not
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-a
wv.
experienced in ¡«elf government would
c
Strange
that
the
eyes
of
the
Federal
authori*
ceased to be States in the Union, became
al organization and are with the Democracy naturally feel their inability to form a
SHERIFF’S SALE.
ties should have been closed to this great and
lions and acts are in ac-
and are Territories* subject to be controll­
»•cause
thei^professk
government
for
Themselves,
and
be
some
­
-t .
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palpable fraud on the part of the Radical
T>T
fxr
JßY VIRTUE OF
OF AN
AN EXECUTION
ews.
Bl
what inclined to vote for their old masters. JL> in my hands directed to the Sheriff «f
ed by Congress ; and who endorsed the leaders, hy whom the thing was planned, and lordknce with our viei
to jibe Sheriff of
We are not disposed to follow the example Why thy old? They will as naturally vote
Yamhill county, and issued from the Clerk’s
policy of Congress in enforcing negro suf­ under whose supervision it was undoubtedly
carried ont.
Muhnonaah eonnty, in
of the a pc-bro wv^,. ash-colored aboliiiomst, for their present masters, who are now the Office of the Clerk of Multo
frage upon those people. To those honest
“ A difficulty between two white men at thè
Military Tyrants. and tbeir tools the favor of John A. Carr against John Monro*,
gentlemen, who are convinced oft he poor­ polls for colored people caused some excite­ the waahejred, w^pel soul^d.writer of
Freedman’s Bureau agents, who will, like for the sum of S4.371 65 and inter«**!, and
Rustlike,
like, surrender
surrender onr
ment. It appears that one Fitchett, a youth, *• disreputable,”~-|^uat
Satan when he had the Saviour on ths coats >102 82-100 and costs of this1 writ and
er of Congress to do thesething<, wc may had been stationed by Hunnieutt at the polls
pmjesty
or
any
of
his
co
haul to bis Satanioi jjnajeaty or any of hil
Mount, promise them “ the world and the hearing date the 12th day of Aagnst, 1867.
enquire whether it be good policy so to do. to give out tickets to colored mm* The Con­
I have ibis day levied upon and will on the
. We ’hinga therein ”
tbeir
if they will aet their
servatives thought it no more than right that ! Uries, or any Otheir |saociation of beings.
And whether the negro voting experiment
r own and we have never bidding, and if they show symptoms of 10th day of December. 1867. pt the Court
a representative of thoir party should have
Hoose door of Yamhill eoaaty, hr tween tbtr
has net proven a ridiculous failure L > • j- the tame privilege. Accordingly. Mr. Amos,
refusal scare them to tbe ticket by threats. hours of 9 o'clock, a - m ., and 4 o’clock, p . m ..
an active electioneering man, who had done cowardly ftneak th|it we will profess to endorse
La Fayette, Ogn.
J. N. M.
ot eaid day expose to public sale for carb
There can be bnt one legitimate object
good service in the First Ward, was defogated
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in band, to the highest bidder, Ibe following
tn bolding a popular etetion, and'that i| for the duty. Mr. Amos mounted the table, a dogma when w4<do not believe in its cor­
F
ashion ».—We hate received from that described personal property, to wit.- A debt
rectness. i Had tjg~ Union party have re­
to get the untrameled voice of the poeple. and waaatanding by the side of Fitchett with
in gold coin, owing from R. W. ..
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Phillips
to *
a bundle of Conservative tickets ia his hand, mained what i: prefesaed to be when formed, enterprising modiste, Madame D kmoust ’ s
John
Monroe,
or
order,
paya'
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thio
Jane
let.
We have not tha space, reader, to present when hia rival, who had been the ‘cock of the *
Mammoth Bulletin of FesAioas (70 figures) 1872. aeon red by mortgage. [ A debt" of
would have remained with it until, the
walk
’
so
long,
became
eery
much
excited,
to you fail aeeouots of tbs manner in which
for ladies, for the Fall and Winter of 18A7-48 ; >9.000 in gold coin, owing from Mary Jeff­
and insisted that he should be taken <R>wri.-4- object for which it tfrof ssed to be formed was
elections were recently held in any portion Hot words followed, and blows seemed about
and also another of less proportions (51 fig.) ries to John Monroe, or order, payable Jone
accomplished,—tNai enforcerreUt of the Con­
let, 1872, and secured by : mortgage ; bc-.h
of the South, much less of the entire great to fly, when Col. Rose, President of the Board stitution over the ¿¿tire duinainof the United for children of all ages, each accompanied by ot the above amonnto are specified in th«. /
of Registration, rode up, and the matter N'a*
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f
ten full-size patterns and a pamphlet of des respective certificates asgaru'sheee
country, now aubjeoted to the blighting, referred to him
irusheee attache
attache £
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i
to
the
execution
in
my
hands.
Also,
one
and*.
Also,
one
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acriptions
;
the
prices
are,
for
ladies
$2
50
;
“Strangely enough, the Colonel decided
withering, horrid disgrace of Military-ne­
The Uqion party was formed professedly to
fine large Jack will be sold at the same time
that
Amos should leave the stand; and
children, |1 50.
U
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and place as tbe
the property of »aid
i
defendant,
gro misrule.
Fitchett was left to furnish Radical tickets, preserve the Union of all the States and Ter-
is
This is really a *• big thing.” Bulletins of all of the above will be sold to satisfy said
ritories with all t J .the dignity, equality and
The spectacle exhibited in these elec­ and none other, to the colored men.
fashions are issued semi-annually for gentle­ exeention and coats.
Although most persons, in their own
tions may well eause all men of any capac­ minds, had decided that the polls would not righto of ’the i several States unimpaired. Do
L. L. WHITCOMB
men, but this is the first attempt to reduce the
La
Fayette*
Nov.
29,1867' \ I Sheriff.
ibe/nalriprt
profess
and
practice
the
same
doc-
ity of teasen, to reflect what will be the re­ be dosed as long as a colored man remained
idea to practice for the benefit of ladies and
in the neighborhood, it was the general im trine! Did the l .Union party when formed
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sult of these things. They present a
childrep ÿ and it is done with the liberality
pression that they would at least be closed at
profess to fr/or a.war for
lor subjugation and
»solid • organization of blacks as com­ sunset on the third day. But when foe sun
that characterises all this lady's undertakings.
conquest? Did tb« Union party profess the
went
down
the
same
long
train
of
voters
wgs
pletely under the control of theirjeaders
of the Prejidant
Prejident to make a Ifta
ljTw ! Did The mammoth plates contain every variety of
smed no signs ability of
presented to view, and there seemed
as the same people were, under their form- of diminution» The Federal of
dress, beautifully oolored for actual wear,
fficera staled the Union party' whien
j. .
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r
the Union party' when, formed claim for the
id until every ■ ail ; . . J
that the doors could not be closed
.A to
./k arbitrarily
' L.
ar- masters, marching* literally* in solid
President foe rigfijt
arrest men, together with patterns and the useful hints
man in the crowd was some way dii sposedof.
contained h the description books, should, we
¿ phalanx to ibe poll« and voting the ticket The crowd was for the twentieth time dis- and without trial,
trial or accusation incarcerate
' ’ them in jail ! i l¿d the Union party when thinkLi prove invaluable to every lady and
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handed them by their leadersand hunting persed by soldiers; overcoats were issued a“
the troops; a company of cavalty came up ;
mother, as well as every dressmaker. The DAY AND BOARDING 8CHOQL
dpwn, and pelting with stones any of their and every preparation was made for ftww formed olaim for the President the right to
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plain pi alterna alone are worth much moue
rp of the press! Did the
own color who attempt to vote against the work. The voting was continued until 12 suppress foe fro
than threpst of the whole. For sale by Mme.
o’clock, when all present being di-posed of,
Union party whe$
med claim that when
ticket of their great leader, in Richmond, the polls were closed.
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1N?3ITUTF » «'••<»* in » «-
D xmokest , 478 Broadway, Now York.
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the
war
was
ot
r
all
the
States
would
be
A
tired
and beiotifat loeatioo. array from
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opa Hunnicutt, U) whom they think they
Tbis is but a sample of the milder elec-
P°«io" «f tka «ite. »n Third,
territory to be coptr
eon trolled by military despots?
We see by the Register that Mrs. H. Lh*
their gllegiunoe, he being President tions held in the South under M Congress Did the Ünion [
parly
fl»<n
endorse
negro
citi-
Millican has established a milUnet establish­
ly then
!
Of««»
M Í
nf the Union League of that place, and policy ” (negroes voted by the military
A tacked to the betiding areeII4Mireaad
ment at Vancouver, W. T.
zenship and suffr|*»e? 1 Did the Union party
beamtfol groood», for tSo aoareoiecoe ot
* through whom^ to considerable extent, the
Reds and their tools).
The Military
A ’
when formed reqniro y surrender of thought
O ur E xtra ooatains the dispatoea which pupils. .
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“charitable lists’’ are made by Gen. Soho- , i
«nd indentity to'oM^aty ot partisan necessity ! we send to onr Yamhill subscribers ; but
The Edoeational Department will be in
efficient corps of teachers.
option and makes the negroes his esquire
esquires If it did we were as igrwrant and devoid of B arman B ros , send their extra olothing to ®harS«
Capt.
J.
p.
C.
A
llbopf , (formerly a Pro-
all parts of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
d*. Thin men Hunnicutt, who peeresses not and requires “ poor white trash '■ to alan
principle; then as ihe‘ Oregonian grinder is
fewor in the University of Louisiana, and
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a single moral or mental qualification to back and look wistfully on whileAhe Re how,
now, for we
We never
never indorsed
these things.
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Rev.L. Van Slyke will preachat Lafayette for the last five years Principal of a Collegiate
California,)
make an office respectable is elected
fl
third Sabbath of each month, at 11 Prinoipa|,n^e ®on,^eni Part
¡But it is in accfirdahce with tbe imagined on • the
public rushes to the dogs.
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with scarcely a white vole. The Rich­
Ji
o effort
spared to
this In- ’
duty of such Iq qw acuri loos fellows as the “fat
■e •
No
effort will
will be
be spared
to make
make il
Bwmbeli* Branch Railroad.
mond pispcrteA says :
Pacific ooaat.
•- the best on the
thePaoifio
boy’J to ose such tcrnis as *■ copperhead ”
Rev. C. Alderson will preachr in' Lafayette dtitute equal 1 to
A company has been incorporated
■A os- 4 traitor f '* . etc., 4n speaking of gentlemen, on the third sabbath of each month, at 4 The Course of Studies will embrace all the
A We know that there are not a hundred
branches neoally taogbt io first ebre Semi­
white radicals in Richmond. And we know tensibly for the purpose of asking j Coe though |o such an extent have opprobrious o’clock.
naries in the East, ineloding the Claeeioe.
AM there are not a hundred negro Con­
grew to donate enough U. 8". Bo
French, German, Spanish, Matbamatios,
tc epithets and scare cron, horre-fi .die racket
Tr yon wish the very best C abinkt P ho - dec..
Ac.
TK
servatives in Richmond-
build a Railroad from Eugene tortlfo
urn been used by the Uads that decent people at TOGRAP8. yon must call on BRADLEY A Ao.. Ac.
The Mcrical
oenduct ­
Musical Department will be
he conduct
The following paragraph appeared doring
RULOFSON. 429 Montgomery Street, San
the once recognise forir twaddle as but the pro­
th« progress of our elections in the Radical boldt river. ■ We understand th
ed by Prof. Hi G uido G rob « Grad cate of
Francisco.
f !-. •
fessional flab doodle sf a thought-lacking,
PlaneI'e Conservatorie.
Planel'e
Mgan of this cky, edited by the leading Rad- Company don't want any of the
w-
icJ in Vitgbh* **» “ a,*° • member cleet of
Parties from the coontry may reet assured
pumpkin-headed' ink-slinger, without the
O
V
AL.
fo
along
the
line,
to
help
them
throe
that
under the care of M r « G rob , (Matron
toe CMwerHfon. Neve is the threat :
ability tq combat with.reason, and, therefore,
T\ MBTZGER HAS, REMOVED HIS of the Establishment,) they will experience
’^NOBWERK MEfrV IF YOU WANT the simple reason that the whole lin
reaprts
to
the
weapon
of
the
vanquiahed
—
17.
laige stock of new goods from No. 175 all the attention of a mother and enjoy the
TO BE HISSED AT BYEBY Ç0RNER ON the exception of twenty miles :abo
Ì
v
. u
Front
street,
to the corner of Firstand Madi­ •ombrie of a home.
calumnytand balderdash.
EVERY STREET,
PBÛSCRIBED
IN
JF B.—Particular atleatimi will be paid
son atreeta, in the new bnck building erected
BUSINESS. ANS FINALLY FORCED' gene* is totally win habitable»^ F
to
the choice oi Text Books, io order to
by
Mr.
J.
fryer,
of
North
Yamhill,
where
be
TO LEAVE THE CITY AND THE dred miles of Cascade mountains and sltea’i
I may^ tumble at the feet,
avoid
anything of a ¿»regional ear c Partisan
an extensive assortment of Dry
STATE, VOTE THE eONSERVATOT
Is' ba worn upon the head, has on hand
Clothing, Boots, Sh<
‘
7 nature iu oar ecrricclnm of studies.
deserts wouldn't build much of a Railroad; ¡yet, at t^e seaeo^ uf buying or selling, glass Goods,
uoods, Ulothmg, Boote, Shoes, Crockery,
REBEL TICKET.’ ”
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Hardware, Groceries,Doors, WfoddWe. Blinds*
For lurtber partieuteK enquire at the In-
1 ir ‘ i
and if tbc road was built it couldn’t furnish
The Rational Intdligencer says :
stilati*,
er address H. G uido G hob . P. O.
and
every
other
article
required
by
the
farm-
a ton of freight in ten years. 4jW^ibearik
| Sovereigns have occasion
ave
n
even
for
straws
Box
No.
168.
he
wiil
aell
at
extremely
low
era
’
trade,
which
be
r. “ The tecta we have elated* the Intimidation
and thinga l rub their teeth or pick the ear ; cash prices, and invites all of his old friends
practiced by the Ixfal League«, <heytay of of the movement is found in the
Cnpt- A llbopp will eeatiane m g^ iTtl.
that
h more for an able speaker, and end the public generally to hia twit gboeu.
!P< PT2®* ,n. ,be Modera Lcagm^m^d
race against race, the attempts of these de­
of difficulties, i ‘ ,
• de
( Fortland, Dee. |>, 186’
moralised blacks to coBsnmmeto their naw>
mw > the Eugene Wagon Bond
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writer observes, H
nation's diet
tell yoa
you 4 m ^kne-
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