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OREGON, MAY 23, 1873.
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| Justice to Whom it is Duo.
ÏVom the Salem correspondence
of the Oregonian we extract the *
following interesting description,
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of the new Penitentiary and 'its,
management.“ The correspondent
jufet’y acknowledges the large debt
of gratitude due Governor Grover
for the Penitentiary as it now is,
and very properly estimates the
valuable services of Superinten­
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dent Walkinds. We are glad to,
note the fact that a bitter partisan
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is capable of doinsr justice to polit­
ical opponents.’ It is an evidence
of decided progress ip the right
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direction :
A visit to the Penitentiary will
well repay those who take an in­
terest in such institutions.
institutions. 1 ' The
building is completed, tittle; more,
than a year. It cost 1107,000 in
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cash; the convict labor was vab »
ued at (57,000,
ued;
$57,000, making the total
amount $164,000. The building^
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is of brick, made by the prisoners.
The approaches, the grounds^ the
finish, and the general appearance
of the place are more like a gen­
tleman’s castle than a 'prison., TliQ:
internal arrangements for the ac­
commodation, comfort, health, in­
tellectual and moral improvement ■
and safety of the prisoner« are al­
most everything that could be de­
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sired. The State owes a large
debt of gratitude to Governor
Grover for thiB institution. He
took great interest in the plans^.
construction and completion. .Mr*.
W. H. Watkinds is the competent
and efficient Superintendent. The
discipline of the prison is almost
perfect. The farm consists of 16Q #
acres, and is being brought under,
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good cultivation by the prisoners. *•_
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The old Penitentiary buildings are
being repaired aad fitted up for
workshops for>the prisoners on an .
extensive scale. A largo * ditch ii
being cut by the prisoners, 5,600
foet long, twenty feqt wide at the
bottom and twenty-eight at the
top, to bring the water from Mill
Creek to run the machinery of
these Bhops. The water in the
ditch will be four leet deep, having
fifteen feet of a fall; - that will
drive 175 horse-power by means
of one of Laffers turbine water
wheels. Wagons, buggies, wood<
ware of all kinds, boots, shoes,
clothes, leather, and a variety cf
other useful articles, will be manu­
factured by the pinners. Gover­
nor Grover exercises the pardon^
ing power with proper discrimina­
tion. Superintendent Watkinds
knows bow to encourage the well-
disposed prisoners, and when tow
be firm and decided with the tur­
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bulent and vicious. Provision ia
made in the plan of the building
for extending it when required.
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There are eighty-six cells, with
two beds in each. Some of the
inmates have their cells ornament­
ed with pictures, and wild flowers
gathered when working on the
farm. Quite a number are great
readers, and have access to. the
prison library, consisting of 600
volumes, presented by the people ‘
of Salem. There; are ninety-six
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prisoners in the Penitentiary at
present; fifty-three of these com­
mitted their crimes when drunk;
twenty-six from the indirect effects
of strong driuk; six of them were;
men of sober habits, and eleven of
them arc Chinamen and Indians,
committed for theft or burglary.
Of the seventy-nine who com<.
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mitted crimes from the effects of
strong drink, either directly or in­
directly, twenty-eight were against
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the person and fifty-one against tho
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pro^rty. T q punish crime and .
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reform the criminal is a gréât
work to accomplish—for the• indi- f ■
vidiial and flak society; but to de­
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vise ways and means to jnreveni'.
crim$ is a nobler work still.. Ti*e»
general use of strong drink.is th®-
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second curae of the world, and has.
filled it with sin and 8orrQWj3fiwa.
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and misery. Dry up this sonroa
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of innumerable evils anj the long
desired! millennium of peace and
happiness will sj>eedily follow.
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can party remained Compact in up with charges to juries in nisi print The Employment of Indian Scents.
that State the electipn of McE •nery easea, tried in the State Circuit Court;
Fubltahed every Friday by
The people of the North have would never have take« place, for I and, although these charges in most
On the 23d of April Governor
cases seem to be clear enough, they Grover sent the following telegram
a prettyjdear appreciation of the tlie
voS
the votes would, have 1 jn so nia- have not the general interest that at­
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political^ situation in ¡ Louisiana, nipujated
bs to <i
show
a-iiajbrity for taches to the more deliberate deci­ to Washington: >
TERMS
OF
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resulting from the usurpation of Kellogg/;
Kellogg. The split in |thp
ihe party sions of Courts of last resort, j There
S alem , April 23,1873.
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»3 00 the State Government by the loall
t>»e Co^jr, 9»e T< »,
are two cases involving the question
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previous
to
the
election
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the
'tone Copy, Six Months,
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1 V5 pet-bagger Kellogg and his con-
to the quantum oi proof required to To United States Senators James K.
defection of Warmouth;; Ud to a as
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, One Copy, Three Months,
.
Kelly and John H.i Mitchell,
establish malice, when the fact of the
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fédératives.
federa
tives His| outrage upon fairer count than hue
be
has beçnmade
in killing with a deadly weapon is un­
Washington, D. C.:
the rights of the people couldli
and
the
Louisiana
since
the
wai
disputed
;
and
the
rule
prevailing
in
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
It would have a good influence
never have been consummated result wis 4hd election l>f < McEp- England, and in some of the .States,
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that the burden is on the defendant in favor of present aud future
ery and lr.3 legal ihauguratipn
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to show the absence (of malice, is ap­ peace on our frontier, if one hund­
iTKiKjr "5 H 25 J (^Tj b ~()0T» (Xi i~ ITT»' dent Grant, who gave the con­
into
office.
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With
tlm
Kellogg
• Anche«, 1*175 f J 50 | 3 uO | 8 UÒ ! 15^1 18 ”° spirators the support of -.Uàftéd;
proved. This was the doctrine of red of tlie restless young warriors,
crew in power attytbiiig Jiko^i Caounanvealth v. York, 9 Mete. 92; carefully selected from the several
^Tnehfes,
1 »0 | 3 fib j 4 501 » 0Ò j 1S_J 22 00
Sinch
llnchb«, ;
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11 | 20_ j 30 (X) States troops to aid them in their fair election is out of the (¡uesttion, other well considered cases have held
Indian Reservations in Oregon,
1 Col.' | 45013àO I 6 001 U I 22 | 82 0Ò plot to overturn the legally con­ and the white peop
peoplq of . Louisiana otherwise, among them that of Coffee
could be put into the present ex­
i T’iA. ’|*55oT7 tifi*» oO*l 20 I 2S j 8s 00 stituted Governmental; That the
fully understand th tpe aqknowl- v, Tfo State, 3 ierg, 283, where the i
iCoL] ¡ 700 | 9 (I) 1'12 ( 20 “j 3lT | 50 W act of Kellogg and his rascally
where the logical us well as the hu­ pedition against the Modoc out­
,^l~ flL 1^5 J I* 1 io Ù0 i 90 0Ò • crew in creating a revolution 'in edgement of tpe ; K( l< ? usurpa­ mane conclusions of Mr. Justice laws, to co-operate with the United
their cpniftiu^I sub­ Wilde, in Comantm ictal th v. York, were
tion means tbeir
> States troops as additional scouts.
iM notices in the Local Column.«, 2A Louisana was witliout a shadow jection -to] negro rulej} IThelrefiults
approved
and
adopted
by
the
Court.
er line, raub insertino.
Under the peculiar circumstances
of right has been demonstra|fii|n
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Its of ne-
of'negroi rule. ’ The
gal aud transient advertisement-« $2.-
of this service they would prove
uare of 12 linen, for the first inser­ the report of the Senate
grp rule febey have
d through book cannot be called excellent. The
ii. 00 per sqnaro tdr each subsequent tee—composed
mainwi of the their soi rowful experience Tof
the following are instances: “Ignorance moist effective. This will avert
jiof th
of the law will not excuse
“Jurors tho danger of their joining the
I Advertisements to be Paid for up- I President’s friends—which inves­ past four
lour years.
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not to compromise in this class of hostile?.
Urge this view with
iny Proof hy the Publisher.
tigated the facts of tlte case.
When tl
these facts
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are taken into cases, oontrary to the individual ju­
the Secretary of War.
r»«Ml Adv*. 50 Cta. a Linet,
It is not so fully understood, consideration (he indomitable ¡1X08-
res­ ror’s conviction of the truth-” These
L. F. G rover ,
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however, that there is a ! social
hitc peo- are incontrovertible statements, sure­
Governor of Oregon.
well as a i political quostion* in­ pie of Loi isiana resist tjfie i Kellogg ly ; arid the restrictive moderation of
the
latter
leads
one
to
wonder
in
what
The following is a letter lately
volved in the Louisiana usurpa­ usurpation will be ipble Clearlv classes of cases the Court would hold
E C. BRADSHAW,
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per-
tion, and that the contest now go­ understood. “If we arej
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otherwise concerning the duty of ju­ received by the Governor from
Govern - rors as to the truth. There are other Senator Kelly, by which it appears
.Attorney at Law, ing on there is a ¡struggle for. su­ mitted to elect our . own
ski-l •fl
premacy between;? the white and ment, like the p< ^jfie^f i’ other indications of carelessness and inac­ that authority ha9 been given, in
LAFAYETTE. OREGON.
curacy on the part of both editor and response to this telegram, to Gen­
black races. On the one side are States* e’
rtiul
law,” ' - .11!
they
us martid
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publishers. Besides the long list of
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Kellogg, Casev, and a few white say; “and we will submit*
Oflee in the Court House.
submit^ to that, errata referred to, we have discovered eral Schofield, Commander of the
politicians belonging to tlie jrifa- But they will not subnet b d nor nearly as many more of various de­ Division of the Pacific^ to employ
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inous class who for (he (Mist four acknowl edge the,authority of the grees of importance. For example, any number of Indian scouts,aipit
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JAMKN. McCAIN.
years have been robbing the peo­ usurper Kellogg aiyn his’ confeder- in the index the important heading to exceed four hundred:
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ATTORNEY
AT LAW, ple of Louisiana and5!other South­ ates in any manner wli|tover, ex- “Evidence” does not appear ; and we
W ashington , May 3, 1873.
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finally discover that all but one or
ern
States,
together
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with
nearly
cept as they are com
do two of the pages of head notes print­ His Excellency, L. F, Grover, Gov­
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LAFAYETTE. OREGON
the whole of tho pegro popula­ so by fear of the ...
ernor of Oregon:
ed under “Estoppel,” beloug under
OF TEE
«□TILL PRACTICE IN Al
tion
;
on
the
other
arc
a
few
cons
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tërference;
foi
military
it
the
omitted
heading.
be-
marllv8tf
▼ ▼ State Court«.
S ir :—On the 24th ult. I re­
I I ervative colored inert! and
almost lieve that such a recogpfo
The emergency clause of- the ceived your telegram of the day
i - v.
.
all tne intelligent white men in end in pei
act of the Legislature investing preceding, in which you suggest
B STOTT.
CHA.4.À. r. a li ­
the State. Upon one side are tion. Tlr
the people’s money in the decis­ the propriety of employing in the
bali . 4 í STOTT,
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oJ>|.conspiring other ham
ignorance and ’ knavefy
ions rendered at Circuit, in the United States military service one
to plunder ; oniibe other intelli- eri ts of M<
per- Fourth Judicial District, recites hundred additional Indian scouts,
Attorneys at Law, pence
and respectability conspir- sonal enemies, but as op
abels that, “inasmuch as the third vol­ to be selected.from the various In­
111 I'ipt 81reet, Opposite Occidental Hotel. ing for self-preservatfon.
against the Governnjent I th is ume of Oregon Rep«'rts is deemed dian Reservations in Oregon. On
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tcutóii uf great utility” etc., (of course the
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The negroes ip .Louisiana
lisiana have bitterness Ui
PORTLAND, OREGON.
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that day I submitted it to the Act-
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ar there italics are ours), “the act shall lng Secretary of War,
juniotf
been lead fed believe that
íat it is their nate in o
— indorsing
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right to-be tbe'-jfcling power. It» will bo
take effect and be in force from and recommending the proposi-
was publicly said in rpany of their those who hyve, by' tlie^ most fla^ and after its passage.” Precisely tion. The matter was referred to
P. C. SULLIVAN.
meetings before the * last election grant violations of labrought why and by whom this volume General Sherman for his consider­
was deemed to be of great utility ation; and, to-day, I called upon
they had a majority of all affairs te such op uubap
iA.ttorney at Law, that
rent. In the language him for information upon the sub­
is
ndt apparent.
the legal votes ifl tlie State, ; and ‘. The Third Oregon Re
Dallas, Oregon.
quoted, the decisions are “gingu- ject of mv communication of the
I that if the white« who weii ! act-
larly uninteresting.” The most 24ih nit. I was informed by Gen­
ILL PRAi’TICE IN THE COURTS
COURTS . ing with them did not do a3 they
The “American Law . Review”
of Yamhill, Polk and other counties
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will probably
probabl be author­ eral Sherman that the act of Con­
desired, ¿they would cut loose don’t think much of the I [bird vol- of
n Orreon.
201 t
from the carpèt-i
cera and as- ume of the so-called >“Oi egon Su- ity in the Fourth Judicial District gress of 1866 authorizes the em­
until such time as they are re­ ployment, by the military authori­
■f
sume the enti
control of the preme Court Reports.”
W. M. BAMSEY,
Government Tfiey ¡have been in­
Government.
ties of the United States, of one
At the last session o fiche Orc- versed.
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To
be
short
and
plain
about
the
structed that it is inijtheir power
thousand Indians. Of these, Gen­
Legislature a bill was passed
Attorney at Law, to assume and mantlain authority gon
matter:
The
whole
thing
is
a
eral Sehofield has authority to em­
authorizing the Secretary of State,
job, put up by a publishing house, ploy foi
LAFAYETTE, OREGON.-
over the whites, and then the to purchase, for the
four hundred in his division.
the
and let us hope that the specula- It is un
Federal | Gpvernibent will aid State, two hundred
uhderstood that two hundred
O Æ« la the Conrt Hooi*e.
tion
v
extends
no
farther.
This
them in their efforts to 'this end. copies of the Third
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of
these
have been so employed
Of
volume
is
a
sham
and
a
fraud.
It is not at all st^ang» ‘that such Oregon Reports—d
heretofore in Arizona, but he^ias
the
It
is
not
a
volume
of
Third
Ore
­
a
belief
should!
exist
among
these
recently been advised by the War
H E R E!
JUST LOOK
of
act as being “now
gon Reports or a volume of any Department that he may have the
ignorant people,
people^ a great majority publication”—at a
ex­
Cheaper Than Ever. 4 for
Oregon Reports whatever. The four hundred I, or any less number
can! n^itlW
neither read nor ceedir.g six dollars |
of whom j can
Im?
write, since it has been the con
con- ­ mediately upon the passage of handful of Supreme Court decis­ of them, i in Oregon. On this mat-
of the carpet-baggers this act the geutlemanly agent of ions contained in the volume are ter you' can therefore consult with
1 stant effort
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l w. SAWYER DE8IRE8 TO INFORM in all the Southern States J to in
in- ­ the publishing house- of Bancroft published with the acts of the General Schofield what had better
• the people of Lafayette and vicinity
that he has located at McMinnviile, with stil into their’minds sentiments of <fcCo., of San Francisco, jrho hap­ Legislature of 1872, and are thus be done to bring into the service
made accessible to those wishing of the government the young In­
new iBetrunienta, and ia prepared to take jealousy and hatred i ^oward the
the finest picture in all kinds of weather. whites in ofder to Jcpntrol their pened to be at Sal<m, to©k his de­ to consult them at a trifling cost,
dian warriors, who are anxious,
Particular attention paid to
copy
parture with the manus
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Oregon
Reports
are
marred
TAKIMG.CHILDHniS’ PICTURES.
votes.
for war, and who, if not employed
me of
of the so called Third
by
this
bastard
volume,
and
the
N. B — Children should be brought between
by the whites, may turn their
Of course the negroes!of; Louis­ Oregon Reports—“now
urse
the hour« of 10 and 2.
people
of
Oregon
are
swindled
in
arms against us.
iana know nothing about the prin­ of publication”—Sn »gi
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E- W. SAWYER,
•wed
having
to
pay
for
it.
It
is
ope^of
Very respectfully,
ciples of Republican ¡institutions;
;institutions; away in his valise. ,Jw
cem­
,
the
small
steals
of.
’
the
late
Re
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Your
obedient servant, • »
and they have been told jp the sidcrably elated at the ent
i­
United States Circuit CottH
Cottri by i ngjipi ri t <1 ispl ay ed by. fra» ta te publican Legislature, ItJ is, per
-J ames K. K elly .
of'
a
series,
haps,
the
beginning
District Attorney Beckwith that of Oregon and with
’’’i tifo i
ci-
E. CAISSE. Proprietor.
The matter now rests with the
all as expensive and as valueless
the
whole
form
of
this
Govern
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ousness
that
the
housa
of
Ban
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»®qardl* Lpdging
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of the late Division Commander to employ
as this, if the politics or
tiling.^ ”
...$3 00 ment is changed, and that where croft had found “a soft ¿thing.
Assembly shall prevail in thos£ of Indian scouts in larger numbers, if
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.. $1 00 independent States seem to exist
The third volume,
which Hbe
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the future, and there is no telling he thinks proper. If the Modocs
there are only departments, i It is State had generously and
an how much trash in calf, the van­ are not captured shortly, it would
table
will be supplied with the best but natbrol that they should look
TÍthe
markpt.
the
indifference that charactieri
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ity of a Judge, the cupidity ’ of a undoubtedly be good policy to re­
upon President Grant as a ruler flush times atilthe Cppi&l,
fe
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lieve the reservations of their rest­
ii
• i his
• power ¿8 J«
as absolute
in
the L ed $15,000 id* gold coin finally publisher, and the habitual stupid­ less spirits, by selecting out their
Czar of Russia when they see,
see him made its appearance.. It «on* ity, and worse, of a Republican best young warriors and sending
LAFAYETTE ACADEMY.
wil
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* * point of the ’ bay- sisted of nearly eighty f decisions Legislature, will compel the State them against these outlaws.
overthrow
at ’the
ibbard -i - • , Principal.
to pay for.
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onet a regularly constituted ifetate rendered at nisi prius
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One should not be downcast at
IM COMMENCES M onday , Government, and put / in its Hi’i place Upton, of the Fou irthi , Judicial
a set of scoundrels who have never District ; about half tha^ i n number failures. They are often far bet­
A young lady “took a horn” the
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TCÉmOX FOB TXBM OF TWBLVB WRUKS:
even pretended that they it were by the Supreme ‘Court of the ter for the' student than success. other day in church, and nobody
$5 00 legally elected; and they take it
State, slightly flavored yith per­ He who goes to school to his was shocked. His first name was
ffithmeAe. Grammar,
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« 3d for granted that by following the haps a halfdo?en decisions .1
mistakes will always have a good William. ÿi
lematics 4 Sciences,
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apr!8ui3
entMtyqr time.
advice of the Federal office-hold­ other Judges, rendered at m
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and
will
not
be
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ers in Louisiana they are support­ prius. It
ia of this work that tl >able to become idle and oonoeifeed^
ing the Government of the United American Law Review” rath
An Illinoisan advertises for a
watches
A
Parisian
^philosopher
has
States. So they all stand up for suggestively saya:
female servant. ‘‘Not,” he says,
4 tLOCKS. A. HKWING MACHINES
just
died,
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leaving
the
following
the
Kellogg
parfyL
believing
that
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many
“the ordinary girl, who comes in­
This
volume contai»«
contaii a great
u
VJbEANED AND REPAIRED by
testament,:
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It
is
npy
will
that
by
so
doing
thefwill
be
able
to
cases,
but
they
are
all
singularly
to families and stays for her board
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any of my relatives who shall pre­ and clothes—a howling infant
achieve that supremacy over the interesting ; that result befog d
so much to the character of tne
sume to shed tears afe my_funeral with a red face and no teeth,
whites on which thpy have fixed themselves
as
to
the
method
in
’
a
philips
shall be disinherited. He who swathed in funnel and partial ta
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