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Will Take the Fill if Sugar Oeated-
s SUXRMAN’81 HOi’INlON
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gressioual policy and Gen. Grant,
Ought, the President lo he iTnounced in as beeometh * weeping jeremiah ’ |||ut
the house of his enemies? Much moij aught heaviest,and i most, bitter lameotatio
he lu be denounced tn th^h^se ofhirjwmfls of tMrs will be
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trot •* vie holdito be self evi<|t|nt ;
for refusing in the absence of any necess ty which
lo occupy or retain the ex^reise of powers tbu Ensign and others who have the instintls
greater than those which Ore exercised by
any^usftrj^l^iagiltrale in the world. Judge
Hold, Mr. CbuRinR, we don’t cnjlprss i
ye, I trust this fault of declining imperial 1 voluntary assurance of yours, neither do ) u
power too harshly, tendered by a too conjiid' like to hear our name coupled witbshbh a bias-
mg Congress, may be JingivCn by a gener- pheuious
expression. * We have uo
' T: opposing tiie merited olevatiou of th<i gsllM'1.
• k u ^l! Inr a ead hour for the republic u*hm noble, patriotic
uutriotic Grant, to the
Udsuecesuarypitwei» andpalrun- of the nation, which he, more than 4'ij otii«i
President shall be held as crime. living man preserved from the anarcjiy which
fvArn it shall be so considered, the tinfe will would have followed tho triumph ofi the i tr»
4 ¡nice ar/ivtd for setting up at the White I tor's fell attacks.— Ensign.
Mouse'/th Imperial throne, surrounding the
ll will be remembered that someti nie
Excessive irilh Imperial legions S ewari ».
J. W. JOHNSON, I
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spécial nót T c
not bo ImpeaeheA
COMPILED FROM TBE HERALD.
'The Hoose concurred in tbe Senate joint
r0nlulioo» reviving tbe ordinance investiga
ting committee. Logan skid
»aid he believed
more Federal soldiers
Iters had been killed by
ipjcpdipg the trial, |>! lacehim nhdçr arrest an
our own artillery than by that of the enemyi
here will be a grand ball
plaue another in
*tead until the terminai-
given at HOLDREDGE73. in Yamhili
. The Commuted on Elections reported in
tioii of the trial, v hich, ftak|i g example «I Mvor of Galladsy from the Third District of
county, Oregon, on
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Oregon, ie the Giadt county .s-vindlvj they Kentucky. The report was adopted.
The best of Music ia seen red and the beak •
1 41V impeachment
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V5 no taken
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I reposed to proibì g unjil bis term was oui p at k <1
accommodations for the disciples of
3 o'clock. Boutwell proceeded to argue
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rdlknowing tlierl? are no just causes win J in favor of impeachment, quoting largely ¡Chore, All are invited.
dffkön should té removed. But from th<
th a Impeachment
J will ] «imilar cases. He* finally yielded to a mo
■flowing, we think lb® Impeachment will
be is to have theHoor
the^floor to morrow.
In the Senate. Edmonds offered a resolu
ffhe ^Washington correspondent of the
FARMS TO 8EU AJnk KIWT.
tion declaring it to be the sentiment of
Boston /W. of thé 22d instant says:*
Cougress that bonds should he paid in coin
’ ‘ profess
to act ‘ òut- difcucsed
<li«uu-sed at uonsidi
rHhle length and finally
I ladd that this Government was made on
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’s daclaration that
Moptginnery Dec 5|-The reconstruction
O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. The
lilt WHITE basis by WHITE men. for cles in opposition to the policy of Rad ibal
* * >d an ordinance to
convetition have adoptU
undersigned have famed over the note«
the be arid of H'JIJ'JE men and their pos
and accounts doe us tolA. F. Forbes fur col
Rump Congress enforcing Negro suffr
or degrade lyiq . lefpre trial and conviction,
terity fweuer. and should be administered
Please take due notice and govern
I will add, upah reliable authority, the
by WHITE men. and HONE OTHERS upou the South and styles its ‘-experimei t'
declaration of General Sherman that such
believe that the Almighty made the “a miserable failure.” L
o this to’b
bers of Congress are to be included at the
WHITE & WESTERFIELD.
negro capable of self-government.— D ouglas .
an attempt would he clearly revolutionary,
the question of questions now before
and should-be resisted by the Piesidetit meet March 18tb. Tl|e franchise articles
LL PERSONS indebted to the late
with »* the Ujeaus within his control. remove the disabilities imposed by the
American people, to be.determined by
firm of ECKLES de BURBANK are
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1867.
'VhiS declaratiuq. uiade to those who had Constitution.
Constitution is to be
to come forward and »eitle their
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adopted as a whole. Several members are accounts and notes without
V F. FISHER, is ear authorized Agent * ’ *
for does at tbe
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tor S®n Francisco.
enough to oppose the Rads upod this u at- Jump the commíé|nr
id of the Department bf
teT would stand by tb$ principle to the e pd;
A, R. BURBANÉ.
Mean;«. Hudson & McCarty is oar an-
Lafayette, Ang. 30, 1867.
aqd Delaware, I Such also was the sub j i«»n>of the jury list. It declares that trial*
thorizetfagents for San Francisco.
but like all other Rads, we find the Ens
by jury shall hereafter ¡he controlled by the
Constitution and laws without regard to any
lafhyette Lodge No. 3, A. F.dk A.-
Grant when approached
apprpaclud on the subject military order hitherto issued.
J. D. HOLMAN is oar authorized Agent
in Lafayette on thè 1st and 8rd
•’ for Portland, Oregon. ’ 4
of each month,, at half past 6 o’clock in the
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chajnuan of the House Military Commit from Europe to deliver tbe island to the afternoon.
the “rirftcu&MM failure" is pdt in juxtapo chairman
tee. ’ Mr. .Schrock declared to his friends United States. The amount ia $7. 500, 000*.
Eagen« Semple, Esq., is «ar authorized
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sition with Gen. Grant, the Eti^ign's feel that
Agent for Portland, Oregon.
taajnjr any extreme action in
invited to attend. By order of
the premises.t^e opinion of General Grant rapid.succession, were felt "at ; St. Thomas,
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H. W. A llen , Sec’ • y. Ì
ings of il a a worship for the. “¿aHan^
obtarnri<|, and he volunteered to
should be obtsfoed,
Con sequent os of Negro Equality in the ble, patriotic Grant ” overcoiie him,
R- ‘Whfen the subject vias niejn- loss of life was, ¡enormous, and immense
We are now beginning to feel the blight
Honied,, Gen,Grant promptly responded, in
none that deserves
is -ubs anee, that any attempt to suspend tie quantities of merchandise was destroyed. public, there is certainly pone
ing withering effect of tbe wild self-inter
moun^ more special mention than the Empire Sewing
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trial arid convictJ
convictibn 1 tains
in a destitute condition. Every hnis- Machine.
Machine*. This machinejis
machine is not only
ested policy of tbe Rads upon the South- a statsinau, a matt qualt^ed fur the jud
nens firin on the island is insolvent. All tbe
but for that, he has contributed 'more tjifoi
The elections so far as held show that the m _ t ._._ X.____ h-X______ LLJ
. This reply ofi.the oommandiug General steamship ami other companies have aban stitch, and adapted to all kinds of family
Tom Jones, to preserve our cou try. .
entire South will be under the control of
Ensign, if we love Gen. Grant, and h 10 i 1 time. It in ay be well in this connection wharves are destroy, d. The I destruction is
Sambo. Now do we not know that even
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with elegance. It is^in
is,, in fackA
fact, fc sew ing machine* * *,
to repeat that President Johnson will hold inoalcutable at St. Thomas; also at Fortola,
serves more from us than he hub recjc
St. Croix, ami Little Sabine. The volcano that every family would like to have. 4244
if the superior race had been educated to
ready obediei^ee should the Honse of / Ke-
was nearly burned Io ashes.
or I»11 recieving, would it not be better tc presentativesin-^ :7:L r77* 7*i_ 7*___ 1_
Serfdom—ignorance—slavery, they would
presentutives tipeàch and the Senate con-
Deuve-r, Deo, 5.—The Hoose has passed
appropriate the 5100,000, and givj í ninjj
be utterly incapable to manage the affairs
DR. DOHERYY has just published art nu*-
as a free will offering, leave him wh ere
dispatch portant pamphlet embodying nh* own views
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of a nation? But as much less capable
ays the Convention in South Carolina has and experiences in relation to ftnpotenea or
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can be of service, (in the army.) ant
W b ifew H e was G oing .—The last
rrt.ainly been carried by 8 000 majority. Virility; being? a short treatise on Spermator
would an inferior race be as they are infe.
someone who has shown himself a st
dumber ef , the
Kayiette , -C
rhea or Semitul Weakness, Nerveasand Phy
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rior. And their conduct at tbe polls, and a 1FW
Oved the accyssibn of P. C. Sulhv»n, Circuit
sical Debility conseqncnt Jon thia Affection,
man, and who -aim.
will oppose the “ failure
Richtno! nd :
in every other walk^of life show them waD-
I l ' Attornev. to the Copperhead 1 ranks. W lien
TnE V ote of R ichmond . —T<»e following is and other Diseases oi the Sexual Organs,
But the Ensign^ having
‘ court iitrr.
ton, depraved, low, mean, vicious, currupt
I round among üíe^Joivn party ■« to ninth > IHC
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’ we fear
he is ibcortigja
all, whether married or single,
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cats paws to the most abandoned of the
fir Congress, tp keep bi,* present orit On ;
and will, be sent F ree by IT-Z.r.
mail on receipt
and shall spend but little amunltion sn< JOt- but seejng din
dim chances, lie squHrv’y 10 id»
N. A. Sturdivant,
wri ites proposition^ toahe olfher side so we are in-' *Villia»n Taylor, t
ing at a “ dead
' Address W. K. DOHERTY, M.D.,
The life of. a soldier is the life of a ty
formed, and they caii^Ut him wih cin ap b'lit.
San Francisco, Cal..
a8| ex Sullivan is on -.the ‘‘ inake,’- but tnuietiiuek T. J Evans,
as beeometh a geo tie i
advertios his column on
rant and a slave, learned to obey, or be
A. II. Sands,
ception to our coupling his name vj
page of C ockier , to whiloh
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obeyed, with or without reason and taught
Medical Relief are directed.
“blasphemy” we may say t> him ‘ rr«i M:**
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that he is the best soldi r. who comes I
bi || a I manhood, gets
oIf the folio wing reply and iJ. C. Underwood, ♦
ing jeramiah ” is not a prophet,
rtLAIM». OF ALL
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nearest obeying the wish of his superior,
stick-iû*the*mud, whiney hypocrite wlp> m fling at u<: .[•.
/rea»eJ. by recent act. (goyernrd by wound
L, Lindsey, ( col. )
hence in his control of those under h.m,
or Jit»abilty.> to $15. *20 aid *25 pr mouth. *
that accurate judge of men— r.
H TO words, and with a' cavalier air, turns out
..... .Joseph Cox. ( col. ) 4,7 12 : I B
he exact^ from them obedience to what he
In case of death of adldier, paid to widow,
discovered as tbe most cryical mi aa of the of the great Union party' of Oregon, a gentle
children, and if tbe latter dead, then to de
deems the will of his commander. The
man for whom we have a decided political
pendent relarives and acctuing pensions to
Mr. P.C. Sullivan of Dallas,despity Whole vote of the city,
instincts of the negro being to obey and of
executors or administrators. Persons now
the asse lion*of .the Courier and the implicit
receiving low pensions, and tho*e who have
the soldier to exact obedience of an inferior
Radicalism Is Secession.
faith pinned uppn it by the Journal is an
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Whole number of colored votes
applied, can receive this increase by ap
ernest working republican.
to his superior,The acts and votes of the
Their State governments weréi des
to the undersigned.
hole number of white votes
Bounty obtained when discharge is lort„
negro will be in accordance with tbe will but the people still bwed allcgience
pay. lost horse claims, prize money, col
made a speech at this place, a syonpsis of
of the Radical Congress to whom tbe
Land warrants obtained, teamsters
How came they destroyed •? Did the
in Mexiean W«i r. entitled, Scrip
Despots of the five kingdoms look as their
Does not the foregoing vote voted
States destroy them, and if so bow am
and 1856, collected, whether
we might ¡not do him injustice, at our nug- [mverry tfespetable white man voted the
commanders from whom they derive their Did they commit suicide, and if so ho a
suspended or o'herwise; r officers pay /for
servants and three months pay proper feb
servative ticket against the Radicals?
the Constitution of tbe United States tl su
tained. Patent* procared and all otb •
presented to |rim what ze understood to Who will ^ote with the HunnicuU-pigger tainpd.
Under any conceivable state of circum- jretne law of the land ? Is the law c
collected by C. M.CARTER, *
' U. S. Claim Agent, ‘
Hances a large army is dangerous to any
party, in Virginia ? Who will vote tbe
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and had him recapitulate his i viewB
country «nd more especially to a Republic. null and void? If so, are there any
Radico-nigger party in the United States
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In this wejare borne out by Washington, tions, and il so, what ? If any law of abStato on the political issues, and from his speech ? Manaifestly those who are not ¡«fSrxned
which conflicts with the Constitution ^is i null
and this recapitulalidn, wo made the Byn
Madison,Hamilton, and all statesmen who
of what they are doing, or those who are
and void, does tho Constitution admit the opsis published by u< The grinder of the
have fever written on the subject But
so contemptably mean and low that they
right to destroy a State, and if so why is not
under the peculiar circumstances of the
Ihe word' of a do not aspire to the level of a respectable
the act of destruction secession? Can you have
acter in iflie. State, 1»
South, taking into account the element a union of what is with what is n0t? If
negro, or an self interested in the result of
“ gentleman(?) accuse us of misrep the election above the welfare of posterity,
now controlling it, every philosopher of gov- If not, did you know these things y
resentation in the matter. Upon the re liberty and the white race.
< ermerit must tremble for the welfare of rebellion was raging ? If so why> did
Registration in the South. -
ceipt * of which we addressed the follow
DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL
union, union, union, when there was
goverment and liberty.
ing note to Mr- Sullivan : ‘
i« Especially is this true when Gen. Grant, union? If not when and how did you
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Alabama* .. 72,78.7
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
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who is perhaps an able military comman much ? If the Constitution rtcog
Hon. P. ¿.'Sullivan, My’Dear Sir:— Florid»!..
THIS. INf?lTUTE is situated in « re-
der, but wbo has so little of statesman
A tired and beautiful locali
Did I give your position, upon the prop*
ship that ha seem» ready lo endorse any
ositions commented on in tbe C ourier
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between B « l A C Streets. Po:
correctly ? ^Please answer immediately. > I
body, or anything, and wbo is commander by what right does the United
Attached to the building are extensive ud
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S. Carolina. 21.176
of the five kings^ is spoken of for the Presi convert that which was legally
grounds, for tbe conveniens« of
j J. W. JOHNSON.
ed, into a monarchy ? If h Sta
l he Educational Department wlll'b« fo
legally destroy itself, by whaf right, and wby
This letter the i Hon. gent, has not ans Virginia* , ♦ 115 000
Washington was elected Presi
of an efficient corps of teachers.
does Congress propose to make and £ adir, t wered for reasons perhaps satisfactory to
Capt. j. p. C. A llsopp , (formerly a Pro«-
dent, statesmen who knew the natural
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new States in those “districts, ” at
fessor in the University of Looformja, and
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tendency of men and things, belived our
“creatures’ possessed of the same
rig’ I endeavor d to do him justice and state
Institnte in the' Southern part of CalifomiaA
«euutry would be converted into a despot- to destroy themlelves
him correctly, it would have been but fair
By the foregoing table it will be seen Principal.
Mam. But while they were not mistaken
Sum Totum, .. Is not any man who says a had be bav^ given us his signature to the
No effort „iU be .pv.a „
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in the principle of the natural tendency, Slate is destroyed, or out of the unidh\
•titote eqnal to the heat on the Paoifc aoaM.
correctness of our statement that we might will have control of tbe South, which The Coorae of SroJiea will. om brace all th,.,,
^tfaey wore mistaken in the purity .of that other way a secessionist , are J iot toe ent
have properly branded the pettifogging (hough -they may for a time give upto branchea oaoullr taught io trat elan Semi- i
man and the purity of the American mind RAD PARTY secessioni »*’’« ? if not why not ?
nanes tn tho Ea-t, inolodinr the Claaaiea.-
snipe of the Oregonian, or sufficiently I the Rads, ’ ate liable to be «ontrolled by French. German, Spaniah. Mathematic».
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at that time to Which we owe the salva
replied to the more gentlemanly Sambel any party in power, who will avail them
tion of liberty. How different now, when
The Monoul Department will b. oondoot-
School ,* propose giving a ball at the iWie(w school who generally remembers that he is a selves of the evil agencies now being used. 'Vi ed ba Prof. H. G uido Gaoa, Graduate of
one-third of the nation is under the con
house, on the 8th of January,
9. The gentleman;5 .
Left without the influence of government Planers Coo^ervatorie.
trol of natural monarchists who’s educa
Portice from the country may root .wirod
proceeds to be expended in furn >ing the b
I tion is to the fitness of monarchy absolute,
Itiswell jaid that a drunken Republican agents they will vote under direction of that under tbe care of M rs . G rob , (Matron
school house. We have the bet
makes the bist
b«st of Democrat*.— N. Y. Tribune their leaders and those in whose employ of the Establishment.) they will eXMrianru»
the Democrats will soon have,
school bulding outside of Portiar
all the attention bf a motbei* and enjoy the
they may happen to be.
Fellow couatryme«, ought we to submit
of ahome. .
State; ant we trust sufficient means will b» majority ip $1 the States.— Boxton Post
W B— Particular attention will bo paid
our beloved eonntry, the cause of liberty,
realized to seat the rooms In such t style a« We know ^publicaw s are included to man i T he D emocratic C lub meets next to the elmice ofText Book», in »Her to
I tbe cause of posterity, the happines of our will conform to the excellent structure.
Tbe worship, and some of them may be fright-r Wed n esd»y_e vo n i n g. A. F. Forbes’ Esq. avoid anylh|n( of n Suli<maL„ a partita.
nature in oar curriculum ef studios
•children, tbe white race and tbe principles
house ought to be furnished with a good bell, ened from their party iato the Democracy of the Republican party has signified his - For farther part6 ‘
of republican govern meota throughout the and wo are satisfied our enterprisirig ’ feHrur-
dronki intention to discuss tbe political1 issues of stitnte, ior via3rm
seeing .pne of their number
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v wmw, r. v.
world to so sever« a test ? Can we hope for citizens will not be behind any Othr
though w< doubt their ever becoming the day, before the Club, with such speak Box No. 168.
unferrifiijl/’' and therefore never “ the er as may be selected by the Clqb. 7
salvation if we, tempt the destroyer to the State in proportion to th«
as doubtless! ly the intention of the
s io indict Jojinboq
iàoq in the House, and
New Year’s Ball!!
MUoIGAL & EDUCATIONAL
niahing educational facilities.
die verge of perdition ?
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Come out and hear both sides.
lll Mm Language»
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