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THE W^fiKEY <OLRIEK
The Signal hwk áorrewjLndence, ♦ Í from
Corvallis, who gives the rciult of a1 mil*
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Tuk A memcan S tock J ournal for June road
place, 1* from
is at hand. The enterprising Publishers we make the following extract, i
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of this valuaklo. Monthly, offer to send
‘’Mr. Gaston charged that the East
W ell A nswerer .—Congress, however,
J q HN fiUNDEIltAND.
B yron Z. H olmes .
lot Ir Au rebels.- lacramentp Union.
Cangrett has na'bower to take the bal-
iers and dealers in , Boots and
lot from any class ( *' personr, or to confer
95 1 Street, ^Portland Oregon.
it upon any cl we.
convicted robele, i e.. felony, would be de
Has oonstantfy on hand the largest s.odr
prived of suffrage. Legi'la ive bodies have of Boots and, Nhoes. in Portland, consisting
no right te pass npr
“ gu J:u
ili or innocence
of. Gents Fine calf Boots.
e have the legal
of parties. Tbe Co
Ladies, Misses and childrens wear, ;
¿■e; guilt r-
right to say who C
Gents heavy boots.
Courts do not deul4‘- gui-tv the laws of our
Farmers Plough Shoes and boots
country preside to i be inuommt. This is as , All of which will be Bold 20 per cent less
true of freaaou as ai loy other felony.— -Calt. than at any other*store in Portkind.;
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Sample Copies free. Each number con* Side Company had two millions qf.l °je-
tains 32 large double column pages, de served and una^essabh stbek^m
they had created and provided as a cor
voted to Farming, Stock Breeding and
juptibn fhud to bribe public men, if pos-
Diseases of Domestic Animals, illustrated sible, and dorrupti public sentiment, and
in that way break down the West Side
with numerous engraving. .Address
Mistermacfie rsop was turned 1 out of tbe
Company; and when he read the cards of r Í
N. P. BOYER & CO., Publishers,
Nesmith and Huntington to proved this, Unionist office foP giving the foreman
Chester Co., Pa.
the audience manifested th^eir approval by itch. We learned , the above feet while in
hearty applause.1 |lt.
M*« Elliot was told to Salem last week, . Wm. Morgan is the
Every body and their wives have been his face iti
in the presence of the meeting.
meeting, foreman of the con icern.—S/g/iaL I , !
that A. J. Cook & flfci-r-*
Co. was a jlftL
fraud i1 and
have gone or are going to the Seletz,
bathe in the salt Tihlter and enjoy the < ‘ • Vi' I
:kll 1 ,J>L I a _1.J
in existence ) ‘LJ,
luxury of a clam-bake.
Judge Strong that h|
hi had, substantially
substan dally admitted that
hareby given that on the last
1863, the As
Monday,’the 31s o|
and boys, of Portland, passed through knew this to be the case, knd neither ii.
gentleman denied the charge^
charge. Mr. Gas
town, during the week, thitherwa.d.
said < inty, at LaFays
’ ' Company office of the Clerk |f
chained upon the ”
<¡ H the Connty
agreed to pay Mitab^hfive
We noticed, the other day, a number thousand’dollars a year, I. li. Moores their
roll for 1668,
8, and ^orrect nil erfoft in do
¡Clark, Bcriptious valuations of Inti* '■lauds and other
and Header at the President 84.400 per year,
Secretary $2,500 per year, tlieir Treasurer property. August 4th 18(8.
wagon and black smith shops, being put
81000 per year, and each of their Direct
S. B. STONE.
n29 3 w
in order for the harvest.
ors eight dollars per day and th« none of
Aisesflur I Yamhill County
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these men bad anything to do whate
C alifornia M imical .G azette -We to be collect nd off the people of Orej
and tbit! such conduct would ruin any
have received the first number of this ¡enterprise, and none of these charges weie
nil " - there
magaiine, published by A Roman &co, .HnnFrawiFiF
SanFrancisco Cal. It is pronounced by was a great deal of cross fircing, ac i the i
physioians as a very superiof medical East Siders got the worst of it on
j- -rf»• (< •• - linn.;
j | The ¡people here have generally made
C IJjM P J I AV '•
We.cannot propousce judgement upon up
the East Side
Offi-rs for silo
A great Variety of Lands.
this book, as we are not a physician, but a humbug and a mere nuisance in the
bf the other Company. They coul
if the Gazette is equal in excellence to
get a dollar here now under any < re um- multnoma M wash
the Overland Monthly, it is a credit to the;
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Benton county will aid the West
Company liberally, and wc hope to
/‘old Polk” join hands with Benton
..yVe have received no. 1 vol. 1 of the
Yamhill in pushing along this—enUr
Deutsche Zeitung a new German paper that will bring Jife, business,
started in Portland by C. A. Landenber- prosperity into every
G rant ' s R boorç .—Gçant being a can-
We wish this representative of Deutsch^
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¡' :' t 2. didate Li
for President, ôfcoürse all inq
land abundant success.
ing minds are interested in knowing his
Many of our friends have commenced
harvesting their grain, with good pros
Below we présent the; first lesson.
pects of a very heavy yield of wheat. / i i J I 3 I i li V-* I
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No. 1. “Thinks negro suffrage unwise,
aad calculated to produce a war fofjruces.’*
[Doolittle’s speech, Oct. 2, 1865.
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The County Court met | last Monday «
Nd. 2. He expelled the Jews from his
Bat little business before it.
military lines oa the plea that they
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The rads shield their criminals, i,
Na 8. Opposed to the freedom of t
a Democrat to steal public moneys he
would ba placed in ja» 1 instanter. :
No. 4. In favor of stripping the Pi resi-
■B What it is to be a
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dent of all appointing anS removing
powers.-—[Letter of August, 18671 'J;
To be a Democrat is to be a layer of
A supporter of good laws and as few of
them as possible.
A defender of the rights of the miner
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A respecter of the rights of others,
IA warrior for the weak and" a defender
of the defenseless.
An advocate for the greatest good to the
largest number, without injury to the few.
He believe/in the right of the people
to eat, drinhdnd wear whai
He hates military government, wars
upon civil or military despotism, and des
pises anarchy breeders, p ; t’.. (ii
Democrats stand by the inherent rights
of a l men and c mrnun tiss; > nd recognize
the distinction existing between the races,
" as God
** * made
so ! they
have them continue.
This is Democracy.
lUipeavu incu* p , t v riijnks
it? defeat, would result in “bk’odshdd.”—
A great French Py<sj£ian
Pyisician says : ■ “ Mor
ban half of the disease^-in the woilfi C0iâ<-8
Jrom n eifkW ^e tHtify’ the .. ._
changes of «Jimate, weather and fo<xl.
greatserret nf health W to IteepJlhaci
of tho Stomach and Blood regular 4nd uni-
iorffl, jo tb.t oho.ges-troH, Healfÿ Cold,
from Dry to Damp, etc., cannot upset Thé
machinery uf the body, and breed ¡diseasee
Now^ it is a lack, posiffi Vo and W01 knoyir
O-etich bub wark and pteistiD;
that th^r0 ’s hiMUch
)r the e stomach as
Í PLANTATION BITTEHS,
Agents For the HOWE Family Sewing
F olsoms hand SEWING MACHINE.
Ssngle and double thread, Grover and.
Bak^r stitch, a good asortment of Machine
Needles, and thread always on hand.vS n22
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w. COURfER & Co.
T ailoring '^ C lothier ’ s
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Importers and dealers in ’* .
T his splendid TUnic is noW used ‘ 1 by
Fine Custom Made Clothing,
From our Manufactory in New York Glasses of people for every symptom 'ef ba
ont of order,”
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Importing bor goods direct from the East, •‘Stomach
Tbe secret of it is —
we are enable to offer,
EXTRA Inducement to Purchasers are certain to correetthe juices oftk^ Stem-..
ach, set all its machinery at work. , Jpmd
able it to resist,and
Bt,and throw off the
¡Dg danger. The tendency of the
of Nature is always toward a cure-all she
needs is & little assistance al the primer time
flow much more reasonable nnd ‘ ehwWe
s to help her along with a gentle,
erful Tonic than to deluge and weaken . .tqd
InLoi I. z.—' ztrirvL
hefcurative processes — with
drugs and fiery mixtures, which on|jlstupe?y
and plant the seeds of disease and flbsth. ~
“,* * * ♦ I owe much to you, for I venjy
ieve the Plantation Bitters have ahved my
fel. R ev .W.H.W aggoner , Madrid^N.Y.*’ "
“* * * Thou wilt send me two bottles
inure of thy Plantario» Bitters. My wile.bas
greatly bene fitted by their u^p. Thy
Carters new brick W TOurnier & Co. 103
A sa C urrin , Philadelphia^ Pad”
Front Street Portland.
v3 n‘22 3m
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* I have been a great sufferer
and bad to abandon preach
ing * * *
*. The Plantation Bitters 1 havei
R ev . J. S. C
at ^ drn .
Rochester. N- Y?\
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f * * j -* I have given the Pl antation
Bitiers to hundreds of our disabled sóìdicrs
with tbe most astonishing effect.
G. W. D. A ndrews ,
Superintendent Soldiers’ Home,
the Plantation Bitters make the weak
strong, the languid brilliant,and are exhausted ■
Nature’s great restorer.
1 be public may rest assured tbatTn no case*
will thu perfectly pure standard’of the P lasj -
tation B itters be departed from. Every
bottle bears the far. simile of onr tignalure
on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be
A ny person pretending to sell PfL^NT^tjON
B itters in bulk or by the gallon, is a, swind
ler and impostor. Beuare of refilled Lotties.
Bee that our Private Stamp is L’ nm . vtiuatld
over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers
throughout the wcrld.
P. H. DRAKE & CO., N< w tpVk,
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REDINGTON & CO., 416 gml 418 Fr ront-st.
Agents for California and Nevada.
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[Letter May 12.
And along’the line of their Railroad now be
ing constructed, j '
V alvaéle T imbeji .L ands in L ots to surr,
i . PUBCHASERS.
Lotsin Uè citi of Portland, Hillsboro,
Forest Grove,' McMinnville, and at pointe
M echanic ’ s I nstitute ,
selected tor Stations on said Railroad.
Persons of limited means desiring to open
farms or secure homesteads on the line of
thia r ài [road, and.persons desirous of making
Between Montgomery & Keam9 9
investments in mài estate, certain te grept-
iy increase in value, are invited
’ yited to examine « i
the lands here offered, for sale..
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Opportuni tienili be afforded to those who »
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desire it tp pay for lands, or a portion of thb
The importance of a thorough and prac
value thereof, in labor upon the Company’s tical business training for those who contem
road, and thus p^ce it withi/
[in the reach of plate entering the mercantile profession, u>
every laborer to lècnre» a nome.
Several too well knr.wn to require much oomment.
contracts of this character have already been Without Buch knowledge, the young mer-
made, and persoKs without land of a home cliaut wilt become involved in many em-.
irged to examine this < opportunity.
barraasments which might otherwise be
A liberal credili extende id to all purchasers, avoided. ! The youthful aspfrant will find
if o esirèd.
himself surrounded by inextricable diffical
Titles indisputa ible, with warranty deeds, ties, both in seeking a situation, and in the
¿discharge of its duties after employment is
Apply nt the Conymny's edee, . No. 3, obtained. To have received instruction at
at ^o by letter to. a mercantile college, endorsed by the lead
Carter^ Blook *ii| ’Portia indoor
F. W. HAINES,
ing merchants e( the city, is more effective
*Se6ref|ry O. C.] b R. Xjotnpany. in winning the favor and confidence of a
Portland, On gon,, July 2|pLb, 1868.
bosineBs firm, than ail the letters of jintro
dcotjon which friend« oan give. The
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• AGENTS of character and ability wanted
Paciiic Business College
No. 6. Indorses negro suffi kga M the in every county
the,Pacific coast, to can '■ :
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South, and rejects it at the North.—[Chi- vas, fbr
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maintains a reputation for thoroughness and
systematic training, far surpassing, that of
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L yon ’ s M agnetic I nsect P owder ; is
any other similar in.stitution on the Pacific
F or S eymour and B lair — tojii
coast. Most of the leadiog.merchants of
species—Fleas, Roaches; Mosquitoes, Autk,
this city have employed, graduates- fropi
Justice Chase has, announced his intenti ion
this Co.lege, and bear testimony to the
to go for Seymoar and Blair as the only
IT KILLS INSTANTLY.^
t J ifef ALL THE ’
I practical efficiency of the coarse here pre-
hope for the salvation of the Country. Tfiou
àd DomestioAr^a ;
What is peculiarly surprising in ftgard to
Tbe system of actual practice
sands of honest conservatives will follow bis
embraces ail the varied operation of real to this article is, that notwitbatahding its
A COMPLEX AND : PRACTICAL business.
A L adies * D epartment has instant death to insects, it i9 perlycily harm
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to this popular institute less to mankind and domestic animals. It can
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be inhaled or eaten with imyunity. -ijt bears
To ascertain bow many boys utb
LATIXG TC ’
• 1 This spirit of enterprise cannot fail to draw
street—open a barrell of apples/ I
the testimony of eminent disinterested chem
Agricnlturet kngliiig, Bees, Bleaching forth the well-wishes of the public.
To ascertain how many niggere--4ei
ists that it is
Book-k epiug. growing.
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coaple of chickens running around loo
Crocheting, Carving, Ctlolera, Cooking. r; Address for all information,
FREE FROM POISON •js
To ascertain how many Radioals-tn
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No article has ever given such positive
Dieea-tes, Diary, Dentistr •y, "
VINSONHALER & DE LAGUNiA,
isfaction in its use.
calcottjaDia, Dyeing, D.iBtila»M
Its reputation is well known.. It^ls easily
I.iug, Engraving, Electro-Plating, Electro
When it was announced that Grant
readily used—directions accompany eacli
typing, fciah Culture, Farriery, Food, Flower
nominated, a Galena delegate exc ai
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flask. Beware of counterfeits.
Gardening, Eire works. Ga«! Metres, Gilding, ’
Green hides has |ra
relief : :— “
The genuine has the signature of E. L yon ,
: Pr'rr! i i '
Glass«Health, Horsemanship, Inks, Jewel?
_ M rs . H arriet B eecher S towe , now re
the private stamp of D emas B arnes & Co«
Ids’ Paste, KnUtrng. Knots, Lithography,
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We, the undersigned, merèhants and bus
siding in Florida, thus ¿fiikes up her tes-
Menj^ntiie Calfulatiobs, Medcine, Miscei- iness men’of San Franciser, California, are Anything else of thi^ kind is an imication or
The Willamette Valley..
counterfeit. Any d^nggist will procure th«
The Oakland Transe cipt has the follow aneous Receipts, MetalTin-gy, Mezzotints, at the present time,employing men who have genuino if you insist you will have no other. !
< il Colors, pil^Painjting, DerfumerF, Pas completed the prescribed course of study at
“The Southern people are no more in,
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Sold1 by all druggists and dealers on the
try; Petroleum,: Pickling, PoBons and An? the Pacific Business College, and we. take
eiined to resist the laws or to 1 foster the
the spirit of rebellion than Vermont is It will be seen that Yamhill’ County is the tidotes, Poticbomania Proof-Reading, Pot pleasure in stating that we have found then)
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tery, 'P^sejviog, Photography, Pyrotech well posted in accountantship and the gen •- f»
They desire only peace and the restora
Roral and. Domestic-,Economy,
Domestic -, Economy, Sugar eral principles of business, showing conclu
tion of the Union.” WWfBl
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Silk and 1 Silk- sively that they have been subject to a
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Worms, Sorgblnh Tobacci Culture, , Tan-
Tan thorough drill in those important matters
i 1 "I*Sil HMw 1
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is hardly more than eighty
Veg- Uy experienced and competent instructors.
ning, Trees, T/legraphing , ”
As it W as ; J “K ter nal vigilance is is capable
mill eta le Gardening, Weight»' 'and Measures,
ipable of easily sustaining five'
Pke-cheerfully recommend the College as
the price of liberty.” : 'i i ' ' Í il '^11 ■ I1 '
ions. . Tbe great valley
of the Wallamet, Wines, Etc.,JSd.
being in our Opinion, an institution of in- lit Is an admitted fact that the ¡Mexican
As it is: Internal revenue is the lying between the Coast Range and the
■BEING AN MTIRELY *
trirjsic merit, and Well worthy of the con- Mustang Lmhnent performs more ^urcs
pri^e of liberty,
• Mountains,; is
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supporting a —
L evi S trauss &C o ., =
t^ahd Discoveries up to date
No enmpnund.has^evej^bcen iuvent^l to
[tn the impeachment, corruption inves one of the most fertile and pr
useful and efficacions in curing.
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tigation] One Qf the Managers, in reply to regions pn the globfe.
It is the Qonoma
SoitE T hroat •4
R heumatism ,
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a question as to the probsbluleDgth of the valley of California, on a ;
S tiff aad W eak J oints , B uk ^S t
C ontinental L tvk I ns . C o ,
Tbl» is onetp ’ the best selling books of
investigation, said: “L do not know; we and from one eniLto the other, though
B ruises ,
\Y m . B. C oócb & Co •»
have sent out a number of sobpenas, but we sparsely settled and poorly cultivated, ig the age. Hav| iold'opwarJs of six hundred
r .r 1
S prains ,
F rerit C uts
I. D inkelspbil ,
-cannot get the witnesses to attend. At one teeming with agricultural wealth*; ^The copies in a single,county.
S wellings ,
P eck & T ürnh «/
For fully particulars, address ■>
time there were no less than <en certificates
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of physician on our table, stating that the single county of Yamhill is capable of Bus - WlkxCitlFllUN DEPARTMENT ‘
Or any other complaints requit n;àn exto-r- .
's,', and if
witnesses we had summoned were all sick taining a hundred thousand peoffie
of dysentery, and could not i possibly ap- offers scarcely an obstruction to the I; pl0WS H. n. IÏA VÎ ROFT M: CO
FOR HORSES /
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man. The farms confaio from JI hun I
pear.-—N. Y. Tribune.
(tis an'indfepeh^abfeihd vafflMji remedy in
In County Court. Yamhill County, Ore
lea, and you’ll all have
all cases of Spavm, Splint Rm^-Bon^Wipd- I
gon, July Term, 19^.
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Pf 8.—In-making application for terri V
LUIH«UVCU ; , Mnc
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now on this day 'com
Aswvw Galls, Bruises, Strains &C.
Oregon farming is in a very backward con-. t°i >ry, please ¿amo "sewral counties* that
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Shuck, Executor of the last will end tes
It should bp kept in even house»- <n ’ o
ould be acceptable to canvass.
dition, because of the oost pf • fcwus
and stable,, AecMentsTWT Wifc* I^rcuipt-*
J The following somewhat' pungent para its products to market. Thia un
bis account for the final sett'.emeir. of the ncss
ness ia efficacy.
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graph from the Louisville
Alt geauincr is wrapped in steei-pmte en-
said deceased’s estate.
It is therefore.j
j. unmistakably that the editor of that paper Wallamet rivet* larger thnnMiheJ'^ !
laera Mkwiv ille, a dsfk browu piare over 15 hands ordered that^ald account be beard and ‘•aid
oes not enté
entertain a very higbt Opinion o
, August, v
T- graving?, bearing the signaWre of G^ AV.
mento, runs through the centre oft e val- high, with a drack in one fere' foot ; with estate settled in-tbis Court, ¿riven
rtu. Butler • :
j»»-» yV«etbrook.Qbe,“,ilt* aiU^J !! ur! ate IT. 8.
ley ; two railroads are now t>eing co struc threa smalk abjirs on rigb} shoulder ; she and that police
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estate by fonr weeks I -tamp of D emj A tlAwi» Cb.’Ovqrfthe top.
waif! four years old last Epimg. She has a __
representatives is a thief and a woman. ted* at equal distances,
An effort Las be?n made to counterfeit m
ppblioation of notice ill the 1 LaFayette
mkne, and i i pnbiioajioi
— ■ short heavy neck, w itb short
He is cross-eyed, cross -grained, from Portkod.to the California bon
,j With cheap
falls on both ^ides ofher neck. I will pay C
2 j a- that in a little while this great dispi
ffits cross-legged and cross-armed, . and
dior her, recovery.
orueo-hre*d between t I bear and rwine. ’ ment to industry will disappear.
town and mining f imp, oh the
th Pacific Cui*
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