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W««KI.¥ «OlRIlUt we bo white in soul and min d , as
Ohio troqps is governor of South Carolina.
body, and desire to preserve Si
BeDjamiu F. Whitmore, ef Boston a clergy
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Eon-on Ì M an ’ s G overnment , we 1 must vote for man and agent of the Freedman’s Bureau,
fl SEYMOUR and BLAIR*
is a member of CocfgfrM from South Caro
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TUESDAY AUGUST, 18
ol the lina. Nbrth Carolina hast several northern
□I i Article Six provldos that !Ui0ns of
• the men as officers and members of Congress.
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same privileges, immunities,
F ob P besidest .
Congress has atop, by force of the bayonet,
aspect to travel or
reside e,Mak may
« be enjoyed by or residence, as may compelled the wbjte people to submit to the
r • : the citiaqiiB (if the most
dominion of the ignorant ’degraded negro
The rat-eater is to enjoy
OF NEW YORK.
all privileges population, its history1 to a history of re
aceord cd to British, French,
peated injuries and usurpatiopa, all having
Fou Vics P résident .
direct object the establishment of an ab>
American citizens, in return, I, while
Froncis P. lìlair
a few of tbe port« of China, I lay trado in solute tyranny ovq| these States.
Cramped dissolved representative houses repeatedly
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f > Article Eight provides that C meso snh- for opposing with itoanjy firmness it invasions
jeqto shall be admitted to all his >ooU and on the rights of dispeople. It boa. obstruct
Colleges ot the United State?, So thout be- ed the admintotrati|a of justice by abolish
ing subject to any religious pr wi tical test,
and also authorizes citizens of poll! e United ing civil courts, ft has placed the lives,
States to maintain schools in 'ffi1 i places the fortunes sod liberties of the people ab
in China where foreigners are those
mitted to solutely in the hamjs and subject to> ‘he ua’
controlled will and pleasure of military dic
In Salem* under the rules of w >e. school, tators, . It has erected a multitude of new
every student must attend church on the offices and sent hither swarms of officers to
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Sabeth, but John China may go to school, harrass z the
people and eat out their sub-
and do as ho may please about that or any
us, in time of
toi* of the kind.
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peace, standing armies, without the consent
The citizens of Portland are to keep up
of our legislatures: ' It has affected to render
free schools for these Chinese to attend,
the military independent of and superior to
the civil power. It has combined with oth-
The infamy of this treaty, like
era, niggers, shoddy , and foreign mercenas
er matters of . radical policy,
ries,-to subject ns to a • jurisdiction foreign
for comment, Language would il
to our Constitution, giving it» assent to their
sufficient woi ds with which to “•’pre
acts of pretcdid legislation. •» ”
surpassing wrong and evil of th! •' Ml
lar radical measures being perpetrati d
But “we congratulate the country on the
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on an oppressed people.
assured supdess of the Reconstruction poll*
and restricted rnlei.
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FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOW,
$. F CHADWICK, of Douglas County
JOHN BURNETT, of Benton County.
J. H. SLER,of Union County,
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Tne Secretary of State tbe Hon; Wm «
H. Seward, has entered into a treaty with
china, by which the republican doctrine
of the superiority of the inferior rates has
been fully recognized. While tbe citi
zens of the United States ate not granx
ted additional1 privileges in chinadom,
the John Chinaman is allowed all the
privileges guaranteed to the favored class
of tbe whites—the black and-tans.
Article Three provides that the Emperor
of China shall have the right h to appoint
Consols at ports of the United Sta'es who
shall enjoy the same privileces and immuni
ties as those whioh are enjoyed by public
law and treaty in the United States by tbe
Censuls of Great Britain and Russia.
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Some question has been raised by ja
terested parties whether the Oregon Cen
tral Rrilroad Co., on the Westside ;wpnld
receive the lands granted by Congress T
"We think the matter has now been Settled
beyond all dispute. The West-side Com
pany filed its papers more than a year
ticularly of tbe southern and western states, ago, accepting the grant, and was recog
than whom there is no more oppressed and nized by the Secretary of *ihe Interior,
tax-ridden people on tbe Taoe of the globe No other Company filed any papers, apd
at the present moment ; I r
the time limited to file papers has long
Ont upon such false philanthropy!
since expired, and has not been extended
Down with uch. barefaced hypocrisy 1
At the special instance and request of the'
Free us from stamp duties, tariff, and un**
West-side Company, - Congress extended
necessary taxation I
Give! ua white men to rule America! the time for construction of the road, but
for nothing else.
And now sii ace the.
Give us liberty to chose them!
W^ite men must rule America.
time has been so extended, Hon. O. H.
, The people wib elect Seymour and Blair Browning, Secretary of the Interior, tin**
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dsr date of the Sth day of tbir’montb,
What a whopper.
(Jilly) has addressed a letter to Mr. Gas
The 12th Resolution of the Chicago
The Railroad Land Grant.
The bounties and pensions appropriated
by |aW fcr tbe brave defender*! of the union
are obligations never to be forgotten.—CAts
cago resolution X.
No, nor gotten, either I
This contention declares its sympathy
witb all oppressed people who are strug-
struggling for their rights.— Chicago reso
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Except the people of our country, and pars
ton, President of the West-side Company,
in which letter the Secretary states posi
tively, that “The grant of lands tp aid in
convention, is as follows :
“This convention declares its sympathy
with all oppressed people who are struggling
* You sympathize 1 do you ?
What an excellent man was Absalom Bess I
At each and every tale of distress
He blazed right op like a rocket.
For the poor bewould preach,
For the poor he would pray
While he stole all they had,
In a most loving way.
He felt for them most terribly sad,
the construction of the Oregon Central
Railroad, was made,by the Aot* approved
July 25th 1566 (U Stat. 239,) ,and it
provides for the construction of 'a Raib
road and Telegraph line from some point
on theCentral Pacific Railroad Ip Cali
fornia, to Portland in Oregon.
the authority of this Act, and in t pur.
of the laws of Oregon, the Oregon Central
Railroad Company (of which J< Gastpia
Esq. is President) are authorized^ to con^
struct that portion of said Railroad and
Telegraph line within the State of Qrlgen
beginning at the City of Portland, in Ogn.
and running thence southerly through the
But he never felt in his pocket ;4
cy of Congrcs|j,’’ notwithstanding the Su . With their feet on the necks of a gal.
we preme Court was upon the eve of determing lauti people, backed by an army of black'
I ndignant .
Thus the China government may have
have been able
your polity to be unconstitutional, and you and white soldiers held in terrorum over
consuls in all cur ports who step in be-
those people, they compell them to
the China treaty. Nor is this
avoided that decision by enaatmg a* law that
confined to Democra s, for 1
the Supreme Court should not decide the submit to the dictum of others. The Willapette, Umpqua and Rogue River f
ther comments arc unnecessary .
Oregon have not reached the “ ri 1
question. You kpow your measures are right of seif government, ia a right -sa valleys tc the southern boundery of Ore
Article Five recognizes the right of man
to change his home and allegiance, but con altitude” of the party elsewhere. W(
unconstitutional | j and Revolutionary ; all cred to an American, without which right gon, where the same shall connect with ;
demns any other than an entirely voluntary gestthat the people hold indiguatic i n
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Lawyers know iti, yet you “congratulate” he cannot be happy, and it is formidable to that portion of said - Railroad and Tele-
emigration for these purposes.
ings, and circulate and sigp J
graph line in California, to be constructed
By this article the celestial sub resolutions, and that the Legis
Legislut 11 re,
But yowhave halloed and are not yet out
jects may come to this country and be- to meet, make a proper protest agi inst it,
by the “California and Oregon Railroad
of the woods.
come citizens. While this is in strict
Company” (of which Alpheus Bull Esq?
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to Washington, to the end that the ratifi I
“The guarantee by Co^gresl of equal suf-
accordance with tho prior policy and leg
is President.) :
cation of this obnoxious measure may be frage te all loyal men in the South, was de-
islation of Congress, yet this treaty is defeated, Oregon and Coliforbia are
The Secretary of the Interior
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safety, gratitude aid justice and ipust.be
at great length to furnish
£ while ithe" question of suffrage death of the husband and father.
ernment of the policy adapted by the
Sweet sympathy ! tlia^ would place -the with _ instructions and “forms” 2 showing
Form non-intercourse leagues, ]
in all loyal States i properly belongs to those.
government — a strict equality of the
States.”- Chicago. Resolution, 11.
the Company bow they must select and
your selves not to aid or assist oi
necks of the intelligent white in the yoke p
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ize any man or measure that einpl
0! Gemiiaa! Every consideration’ of pub- to be driven by the debased and ignorant locate
their lands and ' withdraw them
That portion of tho cladse which con namen. Get all your capitalist fr
lio safety to the republican party demands negroes.
from private entry. The Secretary ajko
demns other than voluntary migration is join you and io a little while the
that you enfranchise the nigger, and dis-
The prophet Pollock, personifying this directs the filing of maps of surveys, and
purniff directory, for who can show that •rs will be kept out of employ ;
franobisd the intelligent whits mfcn ; doos it? party, said:
also a map of the general line of the roid,
John, who applies for naturalization does off the patronage of a peson or <
that employs them and their employment ‘‘White man’s mighty uncertain an’ nigger
which have already been sent forward.;
dot make a voluntary application of his will Soo», cease.
Who stola the livery—of tbe cqurt of heaven,
own free will and ascord.
The Secretary considers the West sidir
serve the devil in ; in virtuue’s guise,
Since the foregoing was pliced m type sure to vote black. ' BZacArepublican! To Ferve
They may, then, oomcjto tho United we learned that eight hundred chinamen Black I Dat3 who^ nil cotch urn. Nigger
Company entitled to the land^imd tfio
bound’to vote bis color. -Thad's boy's ad- In holy phrase, transacted villanies,
States, and “change theiij boms and al-
papers now filed constitutes a contract be
The East side co., claiming io be the
vi^e to his dad.
legianee” from China,to the United States,
tween the United States and the Company
Oregon Central, employ Chinamen to do
be eitfaens nd voters, and oar people can- their work.
But why ndl enforce manhood suffrage •At
whioh the Government could
At sacred feas|, be
he sat among the saints.
•ol prsvent this, and tbus the doors are
on the North? Tbe Oregonian answers And with his guilty hands—touched holiest set aside, or in any way evade, eo long a*
thrown opea for a flood of the rat eater
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•‘beoauso it cannot* be don? at once. The
the Company complies with its pkrt; and
And none of sin lamented more, or sighed
monarchists to obtain the qontrol of the
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people must be educated up to that high M
òto deeply, or with graver countenance 1 we have no idea that the,Legislature of
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longer prayer, wept o’er ths dying man,
We congratulate the country
moral altitude firs|.” Mr. Woudall Phillips
infant children, at the}
the moment, he Oregon will ever attempt to
Already we heve four millioi citizens, sored success of the reconstruct on policy, uys:
Planned how to. rob. In sermon-style he any way question the matter.—
of congress.----- Chicago Resolutions I
•he ere an element of monarchy, who
f I bought,
Under this policy several States ha ,ve
“We will have"the ballot for the negro And fold, and lied ; and salutation made,
“An act to arm the Negrami of the
kvfl monarchy rather than a republic—
been furnished with State Constitutions, by agitation bood |’'
He prayed, by q uanity South againat the Whites, to
we mean the negro race. ¡Jiow, if we add
And With his repetitions, long and loud,
Senators, Representatives and State officers.
A voice—How[ do you,
you propose to de
do it? All knees were weary. W ith ope hand, he rate a war of races, and provide for tho
all tho ehineee who may come io our connx Powel Clayton of Kansas, an offioer of Kan
murder of Women and. Children,”
propre to do it just as
try, to what of the inferior’races we now sas troops is Gover nor of Arkansas, i • Ap Christianity occupied
“L et us have P eac HJ’
ibq throne of the A penny--in the urn of poverty, t
bavf, jt will not be long
Gen. Grant said, in bis letter ofajcoeptanco
;e.rs.),I propose to do it And with the other—took a shillnig out.
plegate, of Indiana, is Lieut. .Governor of Caesars. (Loud cqeers.),!
tious person who may desire, can obtain Alabama, Benjamin T. Roe, of> 1 Minnesota, by telling men just what Ged tells me. I On cberitable lists,—those tramps, which “Let us have peaoe,” and all the little toad
doihg what thio
influence of these elements apd vote this and Alexander McDonall, of ¡Kans
ies all over the oountry, are repeating tlw
las are will do it by doii
car, who had. in secret done
cry. The lower house of Congress b haspass-
oountry into a monarchy, aye even worse. United States Senators from Ari
Arkansas. churches, dave.nQtdo
dare.ççtdo — exainiue
exainine a repub
repub- The pocr a benefit, and'half the alms
ed a b ill embracing the purposes i ot the
We should not forget that china, small Logan H. Roots, of the Illinois Volt
lican candidate for the presidency —the They to Id of, took themselves to keep them
above caption, and propose to make a peace
as she is, contains a population of 400,- and James Hinds of Mennesota, are mom most popular ma
man of America, who can
He blazed bis name, more pleased to have it
with the whites by enslaving^hoae
a glass of liquor with-
g^ |hose who
000,000 of people, and could spare more bers of Congress from the first and i io ond 1, not, r stand . up before
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voters than we have people and not miss districts of Arkansas.
ello¿, of applause.) I will|;do it by opposing the Than 4n the book of life. Seest thou the will submit,and placing those w! 'hd will no( bo
enslaved in their grave*.
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the number moved away
land as the Michigan, C. W. Buckley, of Illioois, . As
republican party [when it bids me “be si- A serpent with an angel’s voice I a grave.
Read the following fiendish piece ef legis
profits of labor in china is so much small, sistant Superintendents of the Freed j ¥en’s lent about negr suffrage north it will With flow.ers bestrewed ! and yet, few were
er than in the United States, it will be
lation, enacted i lor
the purpose of
are hurt our party. |] Be silent about General
Bureau, and B. W. Norris of ”
His virtues, being qver-done, bis face,
but a short time before those people will* members of Cpngresa from Alabama; Ru Grant’s drinking^ t will hurt his chances,” Too grave, his prayers too long -his chari- General II, Uly ses Sammy Iß; ran|'! tho
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I reply, God bids me speak what you bid
fully comprehend this, acd we will have fus B. Bullock, of New York is
me forbear. I Will speak, and let the Too pompously attended, and hisspeeoh,
« arms for
them rushing into this country, and es* Georgia. J. W. Cliff, of Ma
tts, dead bury their dead, whether they bury
the use of the Militia.
Earped too frequently, ane out of time,
. pecially to this coast 1 by I'tml myriads, and Surgeon of Volunteers^/
F. him in the wb^itwhouse or not.
With serious phraseology,—were rents, 7 j
Be it enacted by the Senate jct nc¿ House
Wendall won't |)0 silent about “Negro That in his garmets opend, in spite of diim.
Their leading men have money, and can Grove, an officer of Massachusetts wobps,
Representatives of the United. States t of
buy our farms and workshops and monop and 0. H. Price, of Maine Volunteers, are Suffrage North^^ lhe party don’t mean Thro’ which, tbe well accustomed eye,oould America in Congress assembled f That tbu
to be either, but t|iey dare not openly pro The rottenness of his heart. -Nope deeper Secretary nf War be, and he i is herebi
olise the various fields of labdr, and the members of Congress from Geoi
fess it until after election “/or Jear it will
< white man must Seek a< home elsewhere, son Reed, of Wisconsin, an ediK of a
As in the altopierclng light he stood, exposed Governor of eaoh State and Territory rep-;
hurl outfpaxty.„ |
or eke out a bare living in . the ¡.corrupt consin newspaper is governor of Fl
resented ip tbe Congress’of the ttpited State-r I
We dvnouuce a|l forma of repudiation as No longer herding—with the holy ones, k-
society of these dirty, lousy, depraved ’ A. 8. Welch, a Professor in the Michigan
at tbe seat of Government of such State o *
a national crime.4- Chicago Resolution 111- Yet, still he tried to bring bis countenance— Territory for the use of the militar? thereof,
To sanctiiron'ous seeming; but, meanwhile,
University, and F. W. Osbornej of General
Except repudiation of the Constitution of The shame within, bow visible to all,
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as many servicible SpringSelds rifled mus
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States Senators the United Stated a6d honor and decency.
Howards Staff, are United
H« purpose baik k. The righteous smil'd kets of oalibre fifty-eight with accoutre
By this article, these dirty scamps are
ments and equipments, and’serviceable
from Florida. W. H. Gleason pf Wisconsin I W e regret the accession of Andrew John-
. aud even,
guaranteed political rights, and Oregon
icy, who has acted treaoh- Despair itself, some signs of laghter gave, field-pieces, with carriages, oai^eon«, equip-»
is Lieutenant Governor of Florida.
0. M. son to the presidency,
mente, and implements as tbe Governor of
within five years may have JJung Sing
ople who elected him. As, iiuffecturlly, he strove to wipe
Hamilton, of Wisconsin, is a
such State or Territory shall require for the
His brow, that inward guiltiness defiled.
fcr her Governor, eleoted according to ithe I
use of the loyal milit:a thereininot exceed
Congress from Florida. II. C<
Detecied w re tee I of all the reprobate,
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: forms of law. Several chinamen have alj I
A’one seem'd more mature—for the flames of ing two thousand rifled muskafs. with f ac«
of Missouri, an officer of Missouri tr »ops, is
con tre men ts> and equip me otvind two field
ready been naturalized, and the great bo-
Governor of Louisiana.
■ O. Grant is a Dempi feat, too. and if yon ket
pieces, with carriages, eaisso i —
dy of the moon eyed mongrels » will haste
him,'you have -o| Hy to substitute “Ulyas” Where still his face, from ancient custom, and implements, ter eaoh Con^kssiona! : dis
to.wl 'b.DIM|,M of the beoefita of LUulena„t Go,eret>r of LoÄikn
trict and Territory so represented, upon the
A holy air, which says to all that pass
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certificates of the Governor of
if your party hives se long!
Him by, u I was a hypocrite on earth. '
Sypher, commander of a Penni Ivanja bat-
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Territory, showing to the satiaiactiou
No citizen of t^e United States, native or
W a HT WlLLOUK PEOPLE DO IN THE tery, and afterwards of the 1J lb
General of the Anny Wat the ttogiments ai d
naturalized, tnUstbe liable to' arrest or im-
PRK.MISIS ? lbat
the question. We ored troops, j.mps Mannt nf Itoh; ,'Mi
companies for which such orir tance stores
U prisonment for aofe done or words spoken io
if loy al nife-
1 Ibis conntry.-i-Ci»cago resolution IX.
FiijLED his B onds . —Dr. G. W. Brown are required are duly organi«? under the
know but one way, and that is to elect and paymaster of Voluuteeis,
izens of such State or Territorio
A low, groveling bid for foreign votes. yesterday filed his bonds in the Couaty laws thereof, and
WHITE MEN to tbe various .offices '« j If special agent of Internal Revenue,
napce ana ord
Clerk s office
“ in the sum of $3,000 as nance stores shall thereafter remain
we rote for Grant and Colfax, We will be Jh'Blacouirn, of Tenni sec, are
property of the United SUte ft,
zene, let the bra|e feniaus tell, who are now
toting for chioanaen and 'Diggers« ; bu if Congress
Millen and WiéíH. Bennet.— Herald
the ’control of Cenrress.
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