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About The west shore. (Portland, Or.) 1875-1891 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1890)
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n f publication on iho Pacific Cot it.
1 I HAT are the staUi of the northwrtt going to
jj di tt J -fx fly frj .frrt thMlidrr at the
World's Pair in (h!rjf ? Alrrady California,
with h-r usual mUrpH ati'l her custom of
d 4nf thirds on a grand air, Km Ujjun the work (if
pjafatl n T1 stale l.ard of trad Iim taken hold
f t!. 11 1W and U lading the f .undation f r a dis
I la; of lb stat-' royrr that ill command uni
re ml alVtiU n Kim .Vera da has Ufjun t move in
ih matW. It tl Portland chamber of commerce, a
the Utf ti ldy of rp'rntathe nn in the tate, in-
tlteothrf Clti' 11 Kiel llrlr;tri ti ,f, liliiitiafj O'U-
Utttuv, at U li the ffirfal(liratrr and of the
display t I mad ran l d;rtiied art 1 a systematic
r f. 't st In motion Seattle, Tatiia or hp-kane ran
In a similar nay tV the Initiative in Wahingtn,
P-utteor tUut In Montana, whil in Idaho it natur
ally falls U U lA IiIm Cit; l , it,
n$ nmxtu.nA Thli Might l. I J.,n, at.l il ) n,(.
T1'!V U o I thU-h if It U .lr;f!,Jr toil)
.tjiJhi 1 that a!tfart fttUtitif t In j. h a f attar--f
ihr rl !' .:Kla a will I u in t'hi. a.,
T c t lU W. tl l Kair with n.h a han-lf-J .f nU!r
aiOftf n Ki.t t NtvOrJrai.aauuM U l,.f m..tjing
rtsp if atr it.ti Niagara' n.lt; J.... Ui
f r 4K If r ran rut p r,ff f t41
j r ti it,iVl . f foUovini al.jf Uhin ! it in th-tutt,
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artf Jljoiff tVfirll O'Ufl rwitil tl.f Ctiion
iVif, anl ia Ihaur t! mfurr tVt i!l alj
tr.atrU!ltr in llo j ,t lh r.orthrt. IVf.
U U tu In j fUU fraturt U tta kf.n.U .U ;,;(.
nanif of the Portland A Pugct Sound nilrosd. R;gvt
of way and extenfiive water front and terminal fojj.
itin have ta--n ?cured in both Tacorna and Jvatt!,
and the latUr city will, for a time at Hut, be tl
farth'-st jir.t north on Paget Bound reached j
Cnion Pacific. Machine ihops for that end of the lb
will I built at Seattle. The bridge across the CoIuq.
bia at Vancouver, including the trestle on the inland,
ill be more than a mile long. Work on the road will
! commenced in a few daya, and will be pufhttl tlj
the ewrjry always displayed by that powerful corprn
tion. That Portland will gain immensely by a ncf
line to the uound is very evident. It adds one tnon
oke to the railroad whetd of which she is the hub.
That Tacorna, Seattle and other uound points that will
I reached will reap great lenefit from having a net
trancontinental road enter their limits over its own
track is equally patent. The Union Pacific has deter
Iiiin-1 to cover Oregon and Washington with its gigan
tic system, and wealth, population and industry will
taring up in its path.
A serial counsel employed to collect forfeited bail
bonds in San Francisco Chinese habeas corpus caset,
has retried that in most cases the landsmen are
purely fictitious, and in others are "execution jiroot"
He advises that cash bail only 1 received in Chine
a-. The fault is not with the Chinamen, as ao
examination of the bail hmda of other criminals will
amply show. It lies with the dishonest practices of
members of the bar and the perfunctory way in which
judjff discharge their duties in this particular. And
this brings us down to the root of the difliculty-the
dishonnt and criminal practices of attorneys, nhicb
eotild I-, and ought to be, stopjed by the bench and
mot rr-j--ctable jwrtion of the bar. Every railroad
wrct kd. every trust legally betrayed, every jury riA,
every straw bondsman put up, every rjured witness
pltw'r.1 u..n the stand, is directly chargeable to tie
bar as a sin of commission and often to the bench as
a s:n of om-Mion. The legal profession luppliei the
brain that conn ives then? crimes against society and
the kr..llj. that renders them effective and "Lgil
ly" f. So far has this gone that ,,Iaw" has rra,J
I- a synonym of "justice," and the blind g ! h ,
ntrad of Ufog reprrscnt-d with sword anl salcs,
h.'uld U d. pi tol Uiund to the rocks with the band
I lh- law and in the jwer of the dragon as etnbd ird
in the jrff,,, ((f lawjrcni WDo work "strictly f r coin."
One of Cvrj.r Krancis Train's criticisms up-o !'
that Mhe is Uw res-ctable.H Of wars,
to U urr, but, then, just giTe her a little more t is
and the -puill.t,' paradiw" will retn! that pr'4t