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ltWE ? SUBMIT THE.
ELECTION IN MAINE.
On Mqnday lat4.jhe State of
•Maine held her flection for Statç
ÎRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1S75
[ officer«, momljçr« of the Icgi.-latme
and comfty oiliecr«, resulting in
large i? Dcmocnitic gains ¡lirGiiglioiil
the e State. Last year tlic Republi-
I I eani» carried the State bv
majority, and elected twenty cig hl
F' gt Congress,
OA‘ Î l HS AND OBLIGA Senator*, while tho Drmoc&iL
elected only three. At the recent
elcctinn. tho Repdblienn mnj ritv
Of Douglas County.
on a full vote is, accordin'' to the
AxriTt, Sept. 13, 1875.
In my last eommimicution J in telegraph, only 4 584 and the
Accorili ng to a «Ire :islou of Judge
Snpvemo timated that von would heir from Democrat* cleet eleven Senators.
Field of th* Vnited State*
CowrX, tbe COURIES'. is
* the only paper
t« thl», county in tvhich Litigunt me »¿uin.
1» rnv Fanntcringi* I From tins it will be seen that the
firintinff can be lega |)y done ;he ltold*
Dcniocracv came very near carry
that notices pubitape ft iu apap*«r that com4 ill possession of the followi ing
baa a patout ottfside Is not legal. All
ing the Slate. Maine has befin a
>vho Have litigant pi luting to do will facts that Henry, Warren was »
<lo well to bear In m |iu<l that notice*
member of the Know-Kothing or Republican stronghold over siure
published in the H rporter arc not
valid, according to this decision.
der in thp town cf Me Militiville. 1852; but it the Democracy keep?
How Ise got into the-Wigwam 1 on gaining nt the present rate, she
EDITORIAL \ NOTES
don’t, know, n id ess he perjured will give her vote hext year for
The opinion is icxpro-^cu tlipt hinrsclf. For I see by article 2d. the Democrat c cm rd ¡date for Pres
Mr. C. J. Handley has rushed in of membership, section 1,7-“No ident . The result in this Yankee
to print unnecessarily, and unc«ll‘ person ri» all be uroposed as a mem State k most cheering and we are
bership ot this order, unie-« he be almo st compelled to agtiin run out
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a free white male of good moral our rooster, to let Snvd have am
The Erening Journal of Portland,
ulhei r look at that “ one eved, jn ab-
hpists the name of Lafayette Lane, chai acier, of the age of I twenty one
gy looking photograph ol”hiiy
not only from choice, hut from prin ye nrs and a native of the United
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St j tos, and an Ameriwi born rit- self.
cipal. . Next.
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THE CRASH IN SAN FIiANCISCO.
Again we state that we are in no v.en.?
1 find the name of Henry War
way responsible for the opinien ex-
pressed by correspondents.
again, we must insist on tbe articles
being short, as our limited space will
not permit of the publication of long
-« > «i-
•Tho second number of tbe Vancon-
ti.. friend, W. Byron Daniels, is the
editor, and makes a spicy little paper.
The paper is a credit to the place and
deserves liberal patronage.
Fi oui all the information we
ten in the minutes of y jneethig
have been able to gain es pee tii ñ»
held the 23d, of May , 1855. th«!
the catH.-lropbc of the Bank of
||(} was admitted and look the fol
Californio, we eoHCiude that the
wing (fillI k :
cause of the disaster is simply un
wise and extravagant speculation
fiie managers of ’.he bank thought
I, Henry Warren, do solemnly
swear upon this sacred volutnc. £'•.
gnrded the winde Pacific
hit.; What is your name?
their properly, 'they <
in (mormons enterprises;
3d. Your residence?
ed Senators and Coni
4th. Whero were you bom?
* * All 1 have to say is this: if
you w ill give the names of any of ôth. Are you willing to use all tbe ihev derided election-; I
the boys or of an\ other respansibli influence you possess in favor of na
person &c. -C. j. Handley.
tive-born American citizens for all
Ain’t C. J. Handley a nice one offices of honor, trust or p-ofit in the
to be talking about ‘ responsibili gif: of the people, and do veu proiuis«*
torvqle for thvhi to the ciclusion of
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CANDIDATES AT JACKSON»
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•flie following is the platform adopted by
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be Democracy of Oregon, in Gomentiou
A rffivate letter received last ov«?n- semb ed J Uy
L 7 > :'
ii thè JovrnaCc»! róocnt d.xfc T.'-tJ ing from Jacksonville, says the Port
l)em ’ «-cratic
<<cratic party of Oregon, in
take t ie foillowing:
following proposition» of political fuith and
“Th are ijs one thing 4 V .at must
speech at that place was ti ifriisdrabrc action
1. Unfaltering devotion to the Cardiac!
said ii „favor of the DenuL •crafic party
failure, and was far from ft'n answer pn iciple#
icfpleS of R bublican government,
of tho present day, nn -1 h it is, it is '
declared and put int > practical operation
li to Lane’s Wiling remarks. In the by the
Fathers ot the Republic.
the A rest of all: The Republican 1
first place at Pie Ix'ginniug of his ’ ‘ 2. The preservation of the general gov
part y nis lótpnly b »on uilty of cui- Í
In tbe proper exerci
e of tbe
speorh, Warren was nervous and powers delegated
t<« ii fit the Constitution,
pable neg ect
crii inai wrong, ; frightened dndgav«» all the evidence» carefn
construed. and the
ly and >trictly
in linten J-.,,,.
1 ,T several
but t a re listing with all its power. of»timidity, »anally characteristic of t_
of t!ie Union
rnion in «1
a 1 h<
h« ir right*, dfgi Ity
throlq h corrupt rings and bribery,
na ity, as ti.e
>no t c m etent bb
tbe schoolboy and bis ‘ntAiden effort.’ e ;naity,
sh e ad I'inistratjou
ninistratio*» of their own «¿»mes
the ie xn tü, of Democrats to sacare The vmb irrassment only increased as » abe
conc'-rns. and the *ure-t bulwark against r
strict i vigilane®, and to infiict pun-
jhe tendency toward a'centralized deapot-
(he Speaker’prbgrcwed, apd those who lOtkl
¡shine: w lore ver it is dtpervcd. Re
looked for a change for tbe better af
to aggressions bt either
3. < Oppo-ithn
publi<.jih pi ft tiers, here in Oregon and ter ¡lie had warmed up were sorely department of the <»o eminent, , «ponthe
for.nation <»t tbe and to the exercise
-5 of f.d-
— strive to defend and palli-
dim ippointed; in fact, tho Republicans ' er. 1 authority of any of the right* o orpcwei®
ate th i rascalities ‘ daily
by the Co st: utJon to C
wen •ft soon disswiisfidd with the show- | r a-sirafl
spectlveiy. or io the people..
the re ord of their party, while tho
Den)0' racy as earnestly «belt to reme andj failed to applaud birr». With the i Federal Guvernnn-ntt» exerc;»*- any! powers
del- gat- 4 to it and «-«p<-cls!]y el ery in-
dy till wrongs perpi'trated iit thé past. Democratic candidate, however, ‘it not
t< iferer.ee by the (■o'crnm* nt er uoy of
With h'*S€ fact»;buferò the world,ftp- was just to the contrary; hi? «pect-h its dopartment-i. wi b the h caiaffai to
“ or any
? Ste, or v/ith thejights of the peo; »pie (bète
pare» une proven every day in tho from commienceinent to the end was of to cjio s* th« drown representative»,
hies, is an
y.aij v c, v ithout.hesitation or reserve made up of forcible and telling sen* act of ns ¡¡-patio i which Hiio .id bcirepudi-
and conde mned by every friend of con-
su • nit the attitude of the re-'j tennes, and was received with fro- •-ate.l
of if 11 t ¡«llld 1 ii erty.
«poctite pf'litictl partie» ta the1 can quent and prolonged applause. Mr.
the m<>s: rkid'eeo; oiny in t o adnjiuistra-
did jujlgm •nt of a disce: iling public, Whitney 10 also reported a» having >
d^parnnj^'ntp.f the («»«^rnment.
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t I onc'rf ;>iayju<-nt of! the «1 bt-'Jihe
that njjay be wr ■otig at t me», but is been a particularly sharp thorn m j
cred preservatton <-f thje public fait r, strict
o. » —— . e 1»11*:
* dL *. J« ■*. u- ^3 a 1-.- .
al way s vis
o ht in the end.
Warrefi’s side, and betwecii him and .. arc
u tabili y < e1 fall
arraignme ‘ .t w w
aj< •« allnsesjJf
I*«* « vi««* ••••»•
Thtlc iuse of |ho Democratic party Lnm, * Scotts
speech was-literally prbli- tr st l-cf.ie th.- tribunals of jcsWeij.
is tlíeá'iiu^í of truth. A long, absence.' torn to pieces. '
a Z^aloui» r.iie of the rights of e edtion by
tbe people; the
at soiute subi.-rdhr
f: <up low¿r Iris left, the party doser t-
the ini i ary to the civil mu lioritf. The
ed ¿Vj i-ogrt es. Its adventures of for-
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■ i ’ ol the
P lease R esign D.— Will those equal ‘ and i npartial ‘ (administration
tiA* • right;, W*
of all: i
1 l 11
a UV1 tbe piviv.v»iWTi
who i employed the name of who arc in arrears to the C ourier . free ¡om of leiixious, of the pr<n>».an«i *•*!•
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1 the pcison «iiulcr the (.•rotectii’n ohthe habe
Demol racy to secure position^ h: aVe
gori: Io tli e party iu poiwer, and in for .Mibs-criptioiH and advei ti?1ng as corpus, and trial by juries impntially
We protest against iheburdens of a
this way tho Democracy has been please come forward and settle up.
frteh' f corruption. Thu men who We need the money nml must protective tai if, as needless exactions fi om
a p -O;»Ie alre idy inttrferablv «pprested by r
national debt, and we insist; thst the tgriu*.
now,! ad tho Democracy! aro Demo- have it. • '
■ regulated as to provid -£.nlv sliificitct
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p r i» I “ from principle anti a sense of
.e f *r an etonomi^ai adt*jizi-.irali<>n of
the Go- eiiMnvdi. aud u«»t for tke j urpof© Of
right They are Jionest then who love
ON. LÀTATHiTTE DANE W1IA enrobing the few at tbe expe »u of the ma-
the ÿr ith í s they view it, and never
xpeuh ut Lafaj'ette, Septem ■ nv, or f -Hteiing < r.p btr.n-Ji of milustry to
the (iet i’.n nt of the utii. r- -
d- s<t their colors; and heneé it is we ber 25tb. IM?5.
• '1 hat the preeiaüÇ metaÉ ar| the only
’ V a
many carnqst wcjrkers in be-
lt.j , ' ' T i
E ruform and honest govt.ru-
here wii| be i a Pubiic Examination
>n thè D.-mocratic side and so
tor ■ « t h«)se*vis
im; itjiyii <|ay
Muy of Scpiem
íjcpícui >er. ]87>,
J67 i, at
and ' liéucu it 1 the Lafcvetie School bouse, coiumeiwiatf
j H CARSE,
o'c.ock A. M.
h ths Democratic ’party is so at 9 ------
• gaining fa.vor with people at
hat it is only a question
ra OR 500 A RES goo ;> FARM
rtfen it shall one in ¡ore assume
!✓ Lini torcash.
1 of th>? Government.
e .. t tfjia olicd.
’ B elano . -
!•«» a a!.«
«. «-«k.• • .,i~>X:.
is of copnncrcia!
cocnncrcia! values; th^t an irre-
(leein ble paper cut rem y is a nat, Ubidii curse
and^veinsist nponfthe speedy »euir^.by the
Nati * nai Go>« rement
____ _ to «peci4
,. _ je ya\men s.
Ti e irstit di «» id lhe •; M<*»n <>f na-
lr*' «**••■<» «1
tion «1 Itavi
w:.s h Tr»n«l irpthi
¡in injustice upon the
ileurand such pr..dent
and we demand
la fieni sis
** iradnalh bling t; is
s a stem tb V
do o: that $1 e rre «-y winch mm he is-n-
ctl shnll be cohverribie into «: inji.p > ~ D «fc-
m nd anti be iss ed directly by the G« oVejrn1-'
T iat the treaty between the Ui.i ed,
istatrs and i i.iuj s mil be so n odnn d a# t<*
applj solely to commtv cial rclati u .
10.' Th.ti we coadem i the party i-i pow
er n it only foV jis cont-a pt of constitu-
ional ubFg’tio s, b t for extravagan * pr.r-
tiz<n and covr ptadminfstiaticn of h i ¡ed
e al go’’< rnm“frt;’or «is rt-cnles' «xpeiidi-
iture and | i<» ig.:te wi:«t«- of tha p ople a
money: for i> oppressi-c rujvst and «lefec-
ti' e syrieni nf finance awd t «.ration: for the
prose: vatfon of t .e f.ii.«.*trons «»f the Gener
al Governme h to «nrich the groat corpora-
at theo'pe so of the people: t< r tbe
jobb i-y and fra i«i» which Ivivc brought ie-
pro.ich H’ o demo«-.'atiek.sti utkn : f r ’he
iniquities ot *he jr teethc b .- s em: fui the
'•urso «*f the l.t- oa«ertable paper menci }
for t-^disgrae fol dipl inaiicservic.-rndl i!-
fi -appoint:; e ts ar>«l <bnt
nuance in otto*
«>f iu o ¡¡pete t anti c«»!r;i| t men at L mid
and ahro d: for its aticinpt to j,a?s an i.j*-
Constit tional force hfll nndforn cit ftigiw;
of other • normities whit-b hr.v. render red
that Qrga> izaticn <ofl< nsivo’ to »nd s .bv« r -
ivc to the libe rties • f a fie;- p ople
H. Ta<t cui-j «»rations ar«- il*t creatures
of law; th ir fu «fid s and pii'ileges e.re
granted to s bieivcthe p'.blic in«f < st ,<n<t
wlr n they are not h*-« «1 for ihe cb eci of
their cr-alL»!., but tor t e pur puna of op-
presrion a d extoti n. we d cluic it to ie
t c right an 1 d ri« of the !cgi L.ti' e p< y.er
t-? r gulafe nn l control stf. li c-r; orations
for th.- p blic good.
ti ,Tii»t we Jfsippro-.e all ju' '»»»«»• in
t' e interest of monopolies tr?ain\ lH.hor-,;ii.«i
therefore we appr >«e of.ihe declared ]>r n-
ciple and sympathize with the avo . cd ob-
eefs of the ord-e known as the Patron* of
H isbi: dry, and w th tbr e cf al etherlor-
de's havin-r tor their obeet «•*.• tree chine nt
amlrt tormfn rubli^ at!» rs and ti e social
advancement oft- e . eople.
l’>. Tl>»> we r.re. in favor of laboring to
seenr- tW j*nlieioos app op i* ions from
• ongress f ir the p :rp- ho ot imp. o\ ing our.
harbor«' alo p the western a <1 noitheiii
to ndaries of cur Staff, and we «lemaud
that our re.>re»cntative» in Uougiess sliaii
use thoit best, effor s to secure the ai I of tho
General Government for th • Lee navigation
and ynprovein nt of th? Columbia rjver, by
the construction of locksjat the Cascades;
the i uppvemenl of the tyillametti* and » 0-
q el‘e ri ers: the «-onstnietion of the Port
land. Dalles and sa't Lake and Winnemucca
Ra Iroad-. and ihe early completion of the
Ore ton and Ca'.ifornia Railroad from Rose
burg to ti e S ate line.
>4. That the jx>licv
of the RepnWieaw
pnty hi «lealii
IndlajL trito» ia
inipo itic and unw se: *hat the tin e hr>s ar-
ri" ed when fi
toe e tvw
ilia. Grand Uonde
Bond? and Siletz r<
to rMue other
>ns sh' uld I to
ms removed V>
lwalitv. and th«;» open up to settlement by
the white» some of tto Richest portions of.
.... St ite.
•15. That we invite the b»-arty
hearty co opera
tion of all
t ver may
mav 1 have been
the pa t political
] olitical affin t ee,
e?, to unite with
in carrying out tbe principles bc.eiu enun
Sheriff's Sale. . /
Bclé ¡w Me give a little of tho “lan-
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
b\ virtue and. kunIjoriij oi a writ ot
daul»*| ’’ business as carri« d on by séc- rxeeution
dnly-i«jsned our ofihe Circuit
('ouirt oi Yamhill ebuntv. S afe of Oregon,
all alDns and foreigners, for all local.
andl to uiedivected by ¿. Kogers, clerk of
•« With the issue of 8epteujber 101b, State and government offices?
ot Oliver Moor
WaiH r whotxi tho Intel ior Depart- said county, in ia\’or ol
nmlhtiif. an<’. against Richard .Mu one, de
’the &Jem Mercury closes its sixth vol
io severely assnikd. De la fendant, for the sum.ot a xty-sevendol-
iars-rt»»d seventy-live cents. ¡$t;7 75). U. 8.
ume. Undoubtedly tho Mercury is one
no*8 1| [nda ìleting is atout on a par gold
coin, with interwr tbbreon at -the
nite of ten rerccnt. ner annum nntii paid
of tljg best papers published on the
wnb ì Viiliuus*, and it Williams baJ togmher
with costs and disbiii-smems
Pacifi4 Coast It is fearless and bold
According to a statement in the tu rèssp, iv’i.yn(> Delr.n
amdnnring o .*12 7Q and wWning costs. 1
am dire.- cd to soil the follow ng desen >-
I, Henry Warren, kricciinii bo- Engineer a w eek’s work in Birming- nel Walke f says;
—condemns wrong wherever found.
e-l premises, to-wlt":
Lo-, No.'S in b.ock No. 18. with huiiling
Mr. Bristow, the editor aud proprie fore God my Maker, my left hand him coinpiiijs, amorfg its various re
io has, at the lhereoni
ThtgSdcn •etary’s office
’In the town of S’. Jo^vrh. Y'am-
Oregon, which ju lament un i
tor, should receive liberal patronage. up iidsed toutird, Heaven, to all sults, tile fabriciitiou of fourteen mil govérimm. 1 t cx punse, :opr carriages niil¡county,
cree was cmolietl and dockejcd in ihe
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•rk’s office of said court in sat 1 conn y
lions of p« n i, six thousand liedsteadi, aucfefl /e bprses. TU ose i an* attended
the 2.»tli day of October, A. D., 1373, and
; A ‘><ive
for Democrais; ihe^c ai»(J thoHC, I do iro .- i
seven thousand guns, three hundred tu by me foreman of stable»
I • »
Saturday, October 22, 1UTJ*
Was Adam a Know Nothing?”-— k promise, declare and swear, millions «af nails, .one hundred fnil- per ari num 5i one watchman
A. M. of sui I day I will t; pro-
binding myself under no less a pen lion of buttons, one thousand saddles, per ai Ì1UIU ; two stable tond&’.at $600 at • : 10 t o'clock
7rire(rc is nothing witty in the alty than that of having my grave five millions of copper or bi onze coins, pur ai| UUUJ each; two dr ivers at $>720 and ton, in front of the Court-House door
Tinnitili county. Oregon, for
iii hand, tbe above descrioeu proper*
above. Strange isn
inn ’t it, that a traijiplrd on by forcigrte rs nini (<» twenty thoi sand pairs of spec’aqlcs, pur at uum each. '< The cc it of harness r' casti
e ■ '
man possessing as powerful mind ImviT n»v
• »r mcmorv • cnr-ei (1 by my
as the editor of jU»e Reporter would children and my vhikh'd n’s child Q00tof jewelry, fotir thousand miles of tur sia if months (was ropQrted to hav« •sept. i.,T ,s.
iron ahd stenl wire, ten tons of pins, uuen'< Sver ¿2,100. < At the same rate
perpetrate the above?
fivo tons of lair-pius and hooks and fur thj V balance of the ye-^r, thy entire
i eyes, one hundred and thirty thous
cust O| f car -iag«s and horses lbr the
Werten joined ^he
T^TOil E IS HEREBY GlVi-X THAT I
and gross of wood screws, five hund-
hund S>. tfi-j Jary’s office alou® » would be JLx h tve tiled my Anal account its p isr *i
NetiuDff party in
red tons f f nuts and screw bolts abuu$i«9,r (j00 p«jr annum. The «corc an of Guy \\ ¿llkuns. Mirrick Wiliams and
hutiMlf by a solemn oath to support • r for a contiaoirtion.
'Vp|. Aden "il'batn-, minors in t C Co nt;
of tary 4oub ¿(less dues not 1 uso
all ths Court Of the 8 ate of Oregon for Yam ¡11
foreign born citizen for office. Now r I anv bodv doubts the rruth of and
co ility,. »nd that »» eJbes i ¡y; he t4h .day
is thc^time for foreign-born citizens to the above, the’*d< cuincnLs’' can be wrought ire in binges, three hundred c'ar|itì|;es t.ud borse» hi nself exelu- of de tub r. 1 «at ;t o’clock 1*. SV i-'t.i«-
and fifty miles’ length of wax for siyelyl B at it makes no difference to tim| ap, ointe 1 by »ail court for I caring
get eyen with him by voting for Mr.
vestas, forty tons of refined mutai,
intjlal, thu tM -ptiyur who pays or them I oh'icti'jns thereto and settlement thereat. .
Lane who doe» not entertain nny such
. KE. l!l.i PlNgOTT.
forty tons o.’German silver, one thou
fe ■ f the minor heirs of
’ fnoatioal notion#. Let overy nstur-
sand dozens of fenders, three thous-
T. |i> Wjliiams dace scd.f
citizen-go to the polls on the
and five hundred bt-Dows, eight hun the c¡ riaj^s, a driver, a d two hoTs- t 1 IkTayc.te. Sept, 10, 1'75.
The Republican papers uro striving I dred tons of brass and copper wares i
es, haXe bien at Mount drnon, Ohio'
SMh-day of October and vote againaf
to in*ko the’people believe (tot the — these with a mulfitudu of other ar
Henry Warren, the Know Nothing.
the p«|: ¡st f< ur mouths, am (I the wife of
Democracy Are in favor of dividing ticles. being exported to al’inost ev-
thii dii ver, who is employed iu the
The Republican party in this State tho cominori school fund for sectarian ery part of he
Pateia off co, draws his pay during
bag no opinion on the tariff question. purposes. We presume there is no
;e. Non*i of phese things
A new Cnglish lamp for light- bis absence.
The Democracy, on the other haud, person so dull ar ignorant as to be
mt the abso
iqg and liHiting is constructed in cvul(F;tak(i place without
have declared unequivocally in favor lieve the charge. Tho D.uiocratic
lute If-ow ledge of the Secretary and
of o tariff for revenue only. This is party is opposed to all 6ueh proposi such a num ner that the oil rocr his as|ista|nt, who thus
concur in and
an agricultural State and has few tions and wlways has been. The plat I voir and cône plate can be plid in- profit th) the
he misappropriation of the LAFAYETTE
O G N.
manufactories that clamor for protec form of thq party in Ohio is explicit to and out of |M)siti»n the cone publié uioaeys, whil| crippled solders
tion; Hence, a large majority of the on this subject as is also the constitu i plate being formed to fit ‘the bodv
•/ starve, that they may have able-bod
people favor tbe Democratic proposi -
j of the lamp, i rid in this wav shut- ied stable hands. •
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lion to regulate the tariff laws so as
icnmnmnicaiion bei ween 'W1|EELp-o i X7 o *L tn B.— The Port-
,u.^ oil ....
to raise sufficient revenue and not pro under Governor Grover’» Administra
the nnper :md lower >ide«, except iaud Journal, which has been one of
tect (me class at the expense of thj tion has fo’tared and protected the af- ;
other. Let them say so by vot ing for oresaid fund. Tbe Republicans under j through tllje cone. Tlte top of the the staunchest Independent papers in
Woods aud May stole tbe school fund. J lamp stove is formed of two pjàles ¡ths S^ate, has àt last flung its Domo-
Hon. L. F. Lano.
Such is the record of the two parties in the lower one ol which is fixed ¡oratio banner to the breoze. It
The matter is in tho hands oi here.
“Heretofore the Jonmal has been in-
a short metal tube, whilo in the
SCHOOL COMMENCES -
Democratic lawyer«, ond when
•deperfduHt of all political parties’; to
Republicans order their printing
Tho Journal gives tho Oregonian the upper one is formed a hole to serve day, iccognizing the corruption exist
a« R seat foiur-fcettle or other ar ing ig the republican party as being
4one in this paper, straightway it following pertinent dig:
ffoea into the paper that abuses
The Ortyonian thinks we are ^oing ticle. and i|t one side is fixed a widespread and threatening tho liber
Republicans and makes them pay too far back when we bring up War chimney. Spacc >g left between ties of tbe people and the life of the
The King of &the body is tho brain;
stomach its main support; tho
two price« for their work.—Re- ren’s KnoW-Notbing record. We ap
natioi, the Journal supports the only nervesits
messengers; thu bowels, tho’
, preciate the wit in yonr little para- i heat and iroductu of combustion party that can save the country, and.
kidneys and the pores its safeguffrds.- I
.. We know nothing alxnit the graph, friend Hill, but does it not to circulate around ..
., and . is now and forever will l|io Democrat- Indigestion creates a violent^ revolt
the STces ori
ol . ^nettiy contending for th»
among these attaches of the re<n4.1
first part of the above allegation, seem strange that you never thought, openings a .J PC C formed in the
an, and to bring them back to their
tho lamp to admit air freely to the, ’
. n*nev to gan,
AU--- H. H. HEWITT,
that is between the lawyers end of .this when yoh were going back on under Hide of iho core plate, audi^ “* "S1“:,, .
to, duty, there tiding likethe
; lating purifying, invigorating, cool*
their clients, and something with Hippie’s past life, and traciug up his to enal bio ¿lie wick to be >^01«ted comejover w.U be the Xyorter.
history from the cradle until the time
which we have nothing to do;
without di#lurbing any part rtf the A méchant who doos Rot advertise Ta^rfaLvæEffei
------ rrant*» Effervescent Seltzer Ap-
he became our bigamous 8enator?
lamp. Tl^s seems to be a decided can no u>ore succeed in drawing cus- , ,---------------------- erient.
btrt the !a«t w« do, and say there
EJÌD25o lo G. F. ROWELL A CO., New
||ian Oftn a young woman, with- It renovates tho system and restores
No. 2 of The )F«i Shore, Portland, improvement upon the plan of. don- 1
ii not the shadow of truth m it.
York for Hook (»itti «diti«'») cotitiia-
is at hand it is handsomely illustra
j tug lists of 2000 f ewspapeis sad estima te»
i ted and a credit to the publishers.
hair. kncoced in
i vice« ot tl is «ort.
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