Oregon spectator. (Oregon City, O.T. [i.e. Or.]) 1846-1855, December 02, 1854, Image 2

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OKEUON SPEOTATOK,
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Saturday Morning, Eoc. 2, 1854.
(ILJ Public iih'i linjrs, uf nil kin.ls, wishing llmr
pruci nlmN puMiNlml in Ihin pn. r, must piss ii
rrsuliitiui. In iliut slleet,
3 'Persons pn)lng ninney to t liin r-tnlitislunt'iit
mi ituticriilniti nro rnurilcil to ulttiun ti tt'ci tpt
from the piihlishrr nr nulhuriitil ugrntii.j
1 ("When any milrcrilirr wishes 1m iIi-h i.riliinir
llnri idpp r. It Ik respectfully niggs stnl llmt all !u s
! promptly pnitl.J
IXAilv. rtisriiiunts fur this pnjKTiiiiisl It- pre.
sriit.sllM.f'irc4tiMik,r. M., mi lliiirstln), in insure
iiisrrlsm tlin sume u.sk.J
J TAII einiiniuiilestioti will l r jct.sl unl.ss
tliu tmtl.ir's real unmet (lr tin IMit.ir's In nrnt) tu
crtikitiTfH the1 manuscript.
(l.rHVuill InMrt mi A.liiiiiiUirntnr'n n.lnr
llscm. nts unlim. they nri- prt-j.uM The Irntilitf
of cullri'tlngis mure than tliryure wnrtli,
TJ'IVrftiMjri,oaivinK hills ran ri mil ninney t't
lis through tJin mail, wlnu i th. r intlli.t.1 is
.lrsignat.sl. HllllHCrilMTM plrUM' tiotuo.
ID JOHN II. Mlf.I.EIt, Nn. U Harnmru
In Strttt, SAN FRANCISCO, Vallfurnh, it
Ikt aHlkoritnl agrnl, in Mill city, fur Ms
Oregon Hpcctalor, ami will rrr'nrr ml
rrrtittmrntt nnd tulttrriptinnt.
tioif nir niitniii.il mill highly In ntji .itil.-,
thenar.) they m ry nitii'li mistaken. A tut
is nut that just what it kIkiiiM Ih 1 With
il nut o tint bright future which displ.ivs
Lulling tin II i llt'-'l Mr.ll.Hil .
S.i iM'iiiiK i-., ev n ifuitilicinl, : i: i " 1 die r.
.lilt (if Ir imiiiir. niv impuitniit, fur habit ls
conn -n-'C"ti'l iriliire, nnd so I'nriif.li.ir.'ic
itself already, is n mere vapor. Tim mens- tcr. lie couiteotis, nnd )"U will b Kline
lire, inniciiients, ". titimeiits, wurk, iVje.,uf jullj sn, even thnirji j nit. 'ilbcl it nl lift.
Americans everjwher" hnuld hl-nd. Wo Sun ilillM.-nt, bashful prr.ni nnj ..viroiim
should in it '" Iiutj along if t" forget, mt- tint nature, if thought ii. css-u j , In tudj
Imps, tin' most iiiipnrtniitfentures. Onror- commit "iii- ' l g.mt and ifi fill .'h-irnc-gaiiiutiuii
must Income one nnd tlm stiu.-I tcristicsnf jour i'uiiicr:ilioli.'il language tn
from the bright shores uf tlm Petiobsc.it on I incinorj, ntnl then talk tin tn. In "trnin'
tin. Atlantic tn tli iiirc wjitiTt nf tin- Cnl-lcvc ofiUfmltiAtrcnii' nilic:itioti i uiitc
iiniliiiinii llir IVitic. Tin1 (iiilfof Muvioi tt 1 1 1-- ii.ci""-;iry.
nml Liki Siniorinr inift Ikj IiiiiiimI tiwtlii r Amiiiiiu a ilit'tiit of ilmraotiT sii'l jnii
liy tin "wiirin licnrls mid xtnitii; liiimlt" of! mnj sunn Iiocoiik" it"i 'd f li t tit lift "
tin. iiidciiptnli'iit Mint nf tin" Uriuliitimi : on mil hPcim d to 1i.ivi li nnlerly mid
ov.l ''
Mn. Si'i i rviou : Sir, I wo in tln S rf
t.itni uftli. I ltd, llmt Mr. ir.ili.uiitof('l.iik-
,iiii:w('iiiint li:i rifd fiinr linndri'd mil
It'll I Ifllidt nf .iil.llnix, flnlll till lllflivli
1 1 inline mid Mm iiy. Ii' .it that nlinciii.
Alli'ii llnkill i.'ifid uii iiin"lialf mri'iif
LTilllIld, :ilt I'rnlll lit lilf lli-l illlltnl, mi
m I'l.ici', mi llii'Tii'ilatin titr, tliiop niiki
vt nf l.iiin t'ilv, tlirri' liiiinlrcil and tv.iii
Iv Infln U nf lini' I'lnn lintatooi Thcv
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llnf fn lici'iiin , tin "i, tli ii an Ainci
II lin nflHlUtinl tliltlull jci's nf Iirjc,
t in i'M'hw ill" iilil nf MilTrao mori' in
li lli;ji ntlj tlriii f.inr-filtlf nf tin, fur. iiin
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tn Ii.' cntilt'tid tn u.ul .1 litll" IniiL'i r.
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wiTu 'l mled in iM,i. and ml. lciiiinj,' lint llincinift n. OLS-.inly I- n urcit "Litilmir;
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i nilf aiKitiiinn iri'i aimii, imicii iiimvcn nn'i
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Ill-Ill. Ill III
that I criiil'mn ..f Ininliiii I
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I'tw-t DU'lfr ut
inaiiiierly in jntir habit", and l. assured it '
ill sunn he a part nf jour iinttin'. I
riteri: arc u gnat inanj poiKotn in thi
working in niiinn. Aiiicricitf , wc nrn a
f!rcnt iintinii.il ur'niiiiuition ! It if rciiriin
o, irrottin'' htnint'cr ! ! Let in ho proud nf
onr Hisilinn ! ! I
The ircii'iit ndininistrntion in not com
poctl of men who aro trim Aincrcaiis,
T'lPvnininiilvnlnrmi'r. Tlicrp is not one 'ihcn uiidor-tainl what I am." Now thii A If cut
rrnci .in rnivili" .'ilinlll
f..r. ikiiiTs" uhirli tliu :wriilt. In the Kllnu I'l.lln m I Ml
N'nlhiii;;s. I'msi'tiptinii is it, ill .' Not m. ' "" '' "' "j
J fiu-t jciitlcincn. Ak die inllw.nt and C"..-Iii:iii I'.i.iit
I wellre.ul einiiiraiit if hew i-. iii.criitiin in .irtri-ht .lif
ii nun i u win Lilian r
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Afl M.NST TIIK IMKIIllntlS WII.KS OF I'OKUIIIN
InFLVCNCB, (I CONJURK VOU To IIELIEVK
NK FELLOW CITIZENS) TIIK JKAI.OfSV (IK
A FIIEr. PKOl'I.K OPOIIT TO IIK CONSTANTLY
AWAKE. It IS ONK OF THE MOST nME-
rtlL FOES OF A HeI'11111 ICAN (tOVEIt.N
MKNT. ITiMni'llfOB.
TUB TELKORAfll.
"Cnnsl Mom tml llfihtninqt, that thti
may go and ajf unto litre, here tec are I
Job,
Of courvo, It can bo done, nnd wo very
much regret tlint our citizens do not cngaqo
in this enterprise, uitli their characteristic
spirit and energy. Tho importance and
valuooftho telograph has been thoroughly
tented during the fourteen years lince it
was first established in tho United Statrs.
Tho fact that there nro now tliirty-eovvn
thousand miles of cluctric nirvs radiating
from tho Atlantic sen-board to every Impor
tant town in the Union is proof ositivo of
its utility as n commercial agent. Tho ad
vantages are so numerous nnd generally un
derstood, in this d.ij-, that it is hardly neees
xnry to enlarge ujxm them.
It gives additional ioucr to tho press,
opening now channels for tho ilisieniiimtiou
of knowledge, and in obtaining ncus from
all parls ofthu world in tho shortest possi
ble spaco of timo.
Oregoninns need not imagine thnt the es
tablishment of an inland telegraph will be
in advance of the times. Hut wn are, if wn
abandon the idea, not only behind the times
but retrograding. Can Congress hav.i .,'io
heart to do anything 'for u, when wo tako
not a reasonable energy toward helping out
sell es No! Furthermore, wo nre a
JK.'0do possessed of a full share of that Vnn
ktni inquisitivn nnxirty to keep ourseUes
"Kted 1" 'J'hat is one reason why the ex
tte companies are nyingso well in Ore
gon ; itis iilso on.' m 'snii why n linn nf
telegraph would pay will. 'I'lm uxjii-ifcs.
will b inotleratP, and we bale yet to hear
miy good reason mil anced why we should
not have a telegraph, and that during the
present winter.
CUT COI'NCIL.
Salurdav, Nov. IP, IS.'I I.
Coilln.il lin t lutrsll'int lo the call of the i,.i,.,.nt freiini,ri .iniii.viii. lb
world who will boast:' "Uh, I alays X .""l?' '''7 N "liT". I"'' "fAiii.rj.aiw for MI nuliu ..t in thf en- "il-
1 . . ,,.i. i . i ...mi . ii . . , , A. II. St. ' lieiorder; S. Iliud.-it, Mar- mrv.am lhe iifist ih.itthe (.i.iiIuiii.iUk ii ""tnl I'm
. I sneak what 1 1 i nk ; I will te II iimnii wnnl ,,, , m-i, i,,i,, . i." w,,:. I .1M ' -. , . . i (',,. ., .....
' ' siuil j l tins. Jolii.soii, A. i'.. NMul, James un (1 Dnriorni iif guitrnnii nl iiiiprr.-itiM'li -" -"' ""
I tlnnk ol linn, or a woman, ami tni-j win iVNril . and ,. It. Snn-imer. Cnunci uivii. i r...mir,.. ilmi nlt.ir.imn.n r b.r.. sb-dt ".ii. Hit;
i -.. .. . .- ! .......
id what I am." .m tlm Absent, . . Uuck, Couneiltn.in. Is carried thmuuli n lung pmbatiuii lN'fn n,.l.
if their number hut who .ould feign t 'may do very wll as far as it will answer for. I ho Mayor .l.ited that the object in call-, being nllowedt.ivote. II. nee, lb. mi tall, d
S. i . '.... 1 1 ........ ..I i.i. . w.u ,,.r Mi., l.llnui... ..Ii.lli. II .. .. .....;....!. ... I. .1.1.
I . I,- .1 .1 l..,t..ill I..1L M l.i.l llinr.i nrn ttmni Ittn.is ulmli '"si .,,v .' ' ""si "" "" ""- l"" -" " "' vw" . I'el Uivrui-S are e ios u I li'lllsei,Ls in tun n
be lust as fnoil a Knnw'.nfithiui'as them is small talk, niinuere aro iuau limes wiicn , , . , " .. .. .. ... . , , i v. . . . .
III Jim .is !,ismi .1 lnnw iiniiiiu.is iiiiril is , , siderillg the iron.stlnll nt Messrs. Mnss .V ' f,,r.i imi -1111 1 iiinestl.. ru ell .. hi their f.1,1 1.1
a person must iier.-arily UII only a imiit. I,:l(J.. t. l.iul.l :. 1 rnii.mo.it .I.i.in from lllutl ou,,.ri,., .lir,i,t the V. l,u.gi'.,niat,, J. If r
Must wo speak nut, iu company, mid tell to Main, on lb. alley Ih-iui-ui I-'mirlh and siiiin, ainl J1uk.1n1i.1u priiicipl I tin
thislady or that guntleinnn that wn "ieliei' I'iflh ls iilieti, Ku.m Nothings. Mm we will tint -h,ml
to Iw knaves, rogue, ur what not, at nil 'n Motion, llie loliuwmg, .ruinii.ee was ,,,, u.eiu ..r thcr stupi.litj ami ..llj.
.... ... .1 .. 1. 1 ,1 .,; passed: We will gein mif Iv sa . .Iwrrir.int I. r
times, just becnusr wo think so! Urtam- ' .,.... ,. ,,.,, I!c :. ordained and es-' .,;...,...:,,, l.. 'l,....; ,.,,..1..., ,l....,l.."
gratitude bj erjing out: "He's a Know- ly not. Is it yuud mniiri.rs tu jicrtumo our ..,l,il,L.,t l. th,. Jitv Conned nf Orcg.ui Exircni.
,.r.il.ini, L10L-bin, .,1,1." X.,i r......ll...ii,wriiHrsoii or clothes, to L'o into eoimi.'inv. with Cil. lh.it Siilnev V. Muss mid Jnhli W,
ill tluir imbccililj, that when that .inoritvau odoriferous sul-.ta.ice that is oliemiro to IW U. and they mu herebj ..iithnii.d to r An vchange in. minus he-.ring
, , , . ,. . ,"' .1 ...i : i.i. ereetagnod, subslatilia and p riH.iuriitgut- addre-s tnuii .Mfs Sif.iu II. Ainlmtij.
wl.iel.mdcl the.,, belore, turns, and ,s right- other person,, est because ,it may bcpleas- . kilIraioI . I ,.,,,.,., ,. ..f.iie'Mrong 1, I..drfw.
ly brought to bear against them, that they ing t our nasal apparatus f p er-a-titno . 1 )(,r tjw tiirt.tfti0 ,. to tin- ncceptaiicc ofiinin. "She maid oni. gnml hits, but n
in the country if ho was certain it would
dace him again in power, Krankeigh 1'icrco
not eeepled. They wero placed there by
nn pveitril mass of Poreiiuers. KnmaiiisLs
and fools ! Tlu-v arp displaving now their 1 times, just lieeausp wo think so! Urtam- ' 1 ,,,".. .mit lfith
can ensity lm overwhelmed. When they
learn that an American has a right to bo an
American in feeling and in action they will
becomo as tame as et doves. When they
find out that although there nro plenty of
Foreign 1'apists hero who are willing to bo
placed in office nnd power, yet tho people
prefer Americans, we shall see them falling
stealthily into the popular tide, if itis nssi-
ble, so that perchance luck should fnior
them they may yet bo carried by n stray
swell into somo cminblo pnsitioti. Oh!
what a selfish world !
If wc would do justice to ouneltcs, wi
should be careful to use something that
cannot be disagrecablo to anybody.
If wo cannot speak well of a person what
the Citi cnininitlcu on streets mid alleys
the expeifii of which shall bo liorno, one
half by said Moss ,t I.add, and the other
half by the city ; provided, that thu city
.iltnll ttrtt Iu, liul.l.. Ii.r line nnrl nf am h ov
a lino thing it would bo if ovcrybody (editors , ,uri l)lo 1,rl.1.lll'fwca vcnr. Ad.
ioiiriied. JOS. X. l'liMSCOIT,
especially,) couia coutcnt lliomselus with
saying nothing derogatory.
l'erhaps ono may wish to sing, or to be
continually talking somo nonsense, while at
the same timo persons who have arsgooda
Maor.
Roman Catholic Irishmen nlieif Je-
tie, I'residclitl0"'"''''''
I . . .... ii .1
nils. Arc. can now I nnis.int.'il to ..iiipp.-iltlmMgli it up not atau maecoruinco wim
A. II. Steele, Recorder.
fcT corresjiondent of the Alton Tele
graph writes Wk from his loicli home in
right to demand silence as we. hate to ex- nipiiiii in this Territory, oiue ciy good
ercisc sbecch wish us to dcsiit. Iu would ii,.ns. We make almrt cMnut :
Iki manners for us to act in such cales, so' "About the middle nf M.ij I left Orcg.ui
as to contorm lo the popular sentiment. Ml inr tlm 1 iiii'Mii i aiiev, wim uie in w
and greeted as brothers b
and his Cnbinot and why! Oh, their in
fluence, secured our cleetiuu I Hut nn Am
erican v,'io is niected of acting as ho is
pleased, 'must bu uxcommiinicated. And
j'ot, if Americans are not entitled to tho
privilege of ruling themselves, who in the
name of all that is sacred ami just should
1)0 ! Can tho Adniitiistt.itioti tell .' Oh
yes: inun loiiowcrs ot tnc nowiy virgin,
who nru judges of good whuskcj", and voto
tho diiimcrntic ticket. Americans nre wil
ling to appreciato the good qualities of such
men, and to rewnrd them accordingly, but
never to tho exclusion of Natives who are
uitu us capable,
t iood manners requires that we do alwaj s
what is right not same abstract and theo
retical right, but what is really the best ill I
i's adaption to thu circum-itaiici.
OtrSninu exchange paper in speaking of
the late Mnine ehs'tion, very npprnprintelj
intimates that nothing but the secret opein
lions of the Iv now -nothings could liuve so
liimuphniitlj eh it. d A. 1'. Morrill, (ioiern
or nf tho State, our tho strong party or
ganization of lith whigsand democrats.
.Morrill was an irregular, or stump iIi-iiki-
Wn understand from the projectors of cr.-itic candidate, in fuor of the liquor law,
this enterprise, that in establishing a lin
of taking a "rl.mn," provided I miiM fiii
(inn that siiitid my fancy. Not Is'ing hard
to pleife, 1 h.ive sneer, ded 111 si curing III''
a "home," which von knuw is the privilege
of all wlmciiNie tn Or. gun. Hut lirt a f. w
words in regard tn the trii here. Our
course lav in a outliurlj- direction up the
ii':ii ;, v. .n.. mi V
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...nine j-ncinc cosst ,cm nro persons , N ,.. t.uUr,c. This vall.-v i,iii.pr..vi..gai,d
from every clitno; thernaru those of almost Hlliaivs tip verv rapidlj ." '1 he little, dnigj
every form of manners and customs in the 1 log Abius have in uivii waj tn the m .r.
world. Where such is tlm c-fu it usually 1 spacious and neat, r fniiiiu 'hmf is. Mill.
.. , .1 I,. , ,,. . large birif nrn now reared, vv here a short
roiiuires moru tunc to blend the ditk-ri nee- .. . . ... 1 m-i
', , , , , time since not one was to Ii en. 1 he
with each other and thus promote n gno.i . , , f hut a few roiNs.inar..,
society than where it is not. Hut Oregon which has grow 11 nil the family have con-
is nrobablv nhead of Ciilifornia in this r. sinned lnr jdirs, imiovv ti.-isinill; and
.,.,.., ...I il,.,r..,,r. ..,.,.... .1., .,1.1.. I, ;,,fil,i Urge ami unT'
S.i. ISW (s.l S ! I IIKUIII'SI '
our piHiple niiLMt rtceivo the henetit nl
tlu-v would only -tudv a little.
it
a very strong case, ami lipped over all her
arguments for woman's iinlrprudeufe nf tin
other sex hj' Milling 11 innn't hill In Inkr
iiji the rallreiiun."
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Study III. ir w , ia, , ,,.,;,,,, m Ur. g,.li will aduiit
inaiiiiers tho art of acting in every semol that lhfiinn"rs hen- have iu gein-r d, (th
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New by It V
Nichols Miks M
Ni field I,
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I 'miller t'hns
I'allv Win
raliuiler II S
Painter J C
M. dig.. J II
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Smith David
Smith lleiij
Smith ( I)
Smith Jim S
Stephens Win
.Slump A
Mr. .11 bridge Jus
wt Win
Nlllllllers Thus
ThiHtlsnll Mfs C
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of tho word. It eifiires nn ndianc .1 soci
cti, nnd a lirtter state nf I'.-, ling uiiioug all
classes. Hut soiii.i onn siij'L'. sis that it
would he manner for us t.. stop short nil
wheru wo are. We will do s.j.
are . M'eptllltH, nl lollls.',) Is'. 'II lull lllll'l-
I. lit' I will call it: and iiisl.-.i I of ginwiii.'
einiii.'h and Inspire, tiny have r.'if.'d hut
jiistsitlli. 1. nt I'm tie ir mi ti if, Ihif leaiing
(ur firmer. Insiipply with vmir -nrphf
the emigrants who cine In r" bj tln.tf uel.
evirvv'-ir. Th'fwill-i imtfur tin. stun
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iKT'I'Iip wenthir continues verv line geiicv in th.- moii-j in irk. t in I tli "h-ip
. . . .:... .'.. Ki tini'-s," which .-vt rvlsrlv f cninpl.-i lig u
river n.ivigatinti at a convenient stage lit- '
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Iln .Iaifii 11. Ivinl.i i.rf.flunfi tnnrL'itlj llllli
HU IHllllL III II (I' II IIU'IUV," .lllllic li I'll.
whose rln.rLsM obtain lhus..tuu.,nic last ''"I's dull money nil pone hotels lull
throuah tho Willamette Vallev. it is their hear. wen. the mentis of electinc n Whiir C. ' horses f.it strf ts dry and quat aticlion-
iuU'iition to make the maiiagemeiit and os-1 J3. Senator. Uo had a small squad of fob icr's wages below par Hon.'s all leaving . riti.ed t.. pi serve the Poiititic.il lhioii".
oration ofitconform to tho ireseiit state of, lowers, and nobody anticipat. d his .lection to ntleiid to legislative l,iisiness-exire.es ami 1 u, i.iuou 1, s u . . ,. .. .. r . ..s
' .... I ' ' . 1 1 ., i. ,t . .1.... 1 . e thi'v lavovoiied tint tin v would nut siillt r
thotinvs; nnd whilo the line can bo built by the people. Hut the magic j-jwer of m U-legrnphs out character dear l-ef (j- o r)i A1al.a yt, imX , ,(,.,
for about half the cost oflinesin California, , tho Know-nothings was wicldul iu his lK.. ' cheap scandal rfing honesty inning )iau. (T,llu t, k,.ntv ,trnl.s tint an
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Tin: poi'i: or hum.
I lur leaders have heard mil. li ot lh" I
of Ituiii , of llie hmi'lii.'ls that huie
Now Advortiaomonto.
Wanted
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NOTICE KXTUA ! !
in m:ian , WMtM.i: iiri'iiiiiiimi
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they will bo used, for the present, at least, half, and much to tin, surprise of hi, sii.- 'ing very Ingli everything low-jail (1,.r ., ,, lli:,king 11, thf I ur and, .1. s ;v:;.,f1,"i;:t ,'; ,; t..., i'",,,; V- r-V.,.-... .. , T'e Piibb Ir r. m
onn plan at onci) simple and economical. 'porters, he finds himself elected (Sovernori empty "situations" full whiskey goes nlating liappj cir.-lrs, and turning wmii'in ,,,,,,,. ,,,, ,.., , ,, hvi I ,,lr.-l I
Tho lino can be constructed for four blind- by a majority over sll three of the otlu.r 'l"n while the Know-Nothings aro gone ''V;' ,.w l.a.i.l OUivi- l On-aoii Tit- " i'"1,1" ,,,"'" ."
red and thirty dollars jier mile. candidales combined. jp in a baljoon. power by disguising his plans. II.', K,,, j ""i'Trf .... . I..'!'' Vle,..'u'.'..'M.'b,
Hut there ii another peculiarity which is . i7lv.,.7." v--'n 1 v u 1 . ,1 -1 .1 ' the bitter pill, mid throws around it a thnii 1 V l ICI'. in fl. I I l.l'.lih. - ' !
..1 r'.l 1. :.. ,..:. -.I.A.K.S. Otrllu, Indian', Sentinel says that tho. . II.. ,.,,.,...v ''III.m.,,p, i.n.r .1 . rut .,11 ..w. ... '"
... . ,.,..,' r. 1 "Whatn beginning!" exc ms one, 011 signs of the times indicate that Millaid l'ill-i ri. 1 .: , .1 0timi , t4, ,. provides ..-.. N..iiii...i... , .1 .. I.-. 'r tin hr-t. ..r largest If t, JsltlOOO
IiartlClllnr locality to look to. Tho proba- . ? , , , , J ,, 1 .1 .1 1 . ' xiciuu uu ruin. 1 n.,. fM1, nml nln rtl... Il .1.) nl In niiit.r ir'il ( i- , .1, ..,,,,,1 lir,,,.. hsl .10(111
i'i'. i.l.li- -lit . 'i. . glancing nt such a head as thu aW'.i; and morn will Is-the Kiiovv-nothing candidatn nnnaius for our prisons and , nir .nor hull or l.i.h in. n nml 'iinril..' 1 11I1 ..1 I' .' T . . i ,- . !......
Iiihty nosviitkattheline w, I Is. bu.lt , and . ; ( ? Who fgf ,,,,,,, ,f , M1nis(., .,. nn, ,lu it , ,irovils victims for ,,., . .,, nt 11 ...inh. cl.ui...,.lrr Uh- m . "" '" ' irf.'"'' I,,, ;
It will ooaeanng of tirtslvr or fourteen , , ,. .,, , , 111. ivi- 1 11 tluiiralluvvs II.i it is nhnsniis tlm foiiuda- rl ln...llow, nil spiilit-ninin fur 1I10 riilii- .'I Inml I or Hid loiirlh, .imiii
., . . ,, .... , ,. ., ,tobot 10 subnet I for surely you havusoiiit!- should provo true, nnd il his election could ''r,,' . '' , !, . f ,' u, w,i ., ti ' tl,.i,i. m. I iln, ... , , .1
mi cs to cavo Oregon CUy out a ogctlur! , . ' . ' ,,.11 1 . .1 l 1 1 tiono In I hat is pure and gosl, All 1 reeds cl","1" "" "' "" '' ,'" ""I"10" ,"-IB'" "" . Siibscr sirs iiinv ..hi Hind n. all tic
.. . . , f ' .... , iks v in 'fiur mind s eve, when vou would thus tsi secured, vve think America would. . ,, -.. ,' r 1. 1 : .1 .,!.. niHci(r(.f tlm nliu ofiirpliuns, un.l.i Hi, lnt ' , , . ., ,. . .i
No doubt our sister towns would Iw glad to '" ' , " "" "") ' " , ., ., Ir . ,, t nnl all nations have felt his destructive , 1 .,1 ihs ,l.,..ti..n l, hm p.' ......1.. Slnt-s nnd T. rrit..ri.-s. lh.. I aimdas and
.- ... .... ..... "V-T-tmroduee such a topic to Oregntiians. No. have fully r.-d.eiuud In-rsrlf. Ilu is the. ,,. II,, ,as rbl 1 Utorv of simiu' nl 1' ...11 m n.. n,,n l-r... - ..,,,1 .. ,.. ,1. , im.i. i.r.iviniis to
' . Jf ' '.''wn Iiavo not. but we iiitrmhico it for lb., lfsl man for that pusitinu that tho I'nion lier briL'btest men. II.i eniihl imikl a Mil Ijui.IiI.sIii. tntiirrt'onlnli. Mli.mil.i unf( limn. il,,. i,,s.i..i I.', hm-irv im-m'
.iiilriii7iissuii.im, , ,.nrd.. nnd would ho .bet..! hv .,., v nr. ' l.lii with thu skulls nf his victims of far gre.i l..rl. I.vr ...s I ,. n.lj.i In ,,li-l I.) Il.o ...rv.')..r
raUier than riMo the trifliiigsu.il "l"""-"""" T ":'"""'" ' I er dim,.i,sins thin SI. I'eirr'sal IJo,,,.., ul, l.ta fcllil,.. Mm . i..;v., .i
... . ., ., ,. has to lie llitrouureil. Aim nils siioject inieii.i...K ... .jou. 11, . . . .1 1 , I'" l.niiln..i inun- sun iii-gi.it r ..up iinmn,
1 would be necessary for that I Will ., ,J , , - 1 and have mat. nil enough left In en cl pjr , .,.... .,, .,.,,. ir,.,ii,n c..i,...
town tliat has longer boasted of a news-.' ' J ", " , . I , OtrMessrs. Mowlers ,t W.s, f s;tt 'atnids whitch wmildvie with thosuori'.gjpt. ,m,tun, mll.,.Hiili.... n.,.1 miwi
. . . .. ... I I.ifu consists in U'liig and intioll. Alidus .... , W ask Ainrriiaiis ifitis not tim.i tins i,f lin. V..I..I t'.iu. i.s u..i..v.. July I,!'.'.!
ttiau any other city on ihn I'ncitic , ., .. , lurK, nave cuuniit nceii in., piihhc-ation of ,. ,, , . .. ., . , ,, ,. .i,i ,,iii, n ,i,, 1 JKs
J t...rs .....l . !,.(. ns tin. tint .-irll.. ti sit lint ' llrlliol. I'olt.l W1LS I ItstroVl.l I llf s Hot 1 lilt nllP II.I ll'lfl nl llio I ,ul. IIH'll I .JHS .....
L quietly cwiscut tj such an iirrnnge-. ' , . , . .. . , a imw family ncwspapi r. Itis, nallv, one ,,.,,Pioiie w!..l..iii th-iL iirncs von on in s-u-n ' ' ll,"!IAI'1,
T' ..' . . " . If... li , a rcirubir stieiiti" olio that has ... ' ''.... p.unoiie wf oniu iii.u urges ou on in s.mi .,.,.,.., c. ... i 1 1 ,..
Nould they break down their pi-1 , , of the Is-t we get. W u li'iv.. two munl-irs i,all for Jour lounlrj 's g.s.d, .iigg. st tl... , s.,. ,, o. '' . Ji.il. N.Iwml..,. Iri.-VI
..run. .....I rt.ii.ui I. .. ...... n I (s.m n... I ' ' n I ...... I. mu li.l.i llilllllilii ....... ...... II... !,. I, -If. It. .. ... .'Il u .IISl I III.' . tl . r I III lltr 1 1,',. 1 1
vnntagoovcr us.
to this
whicl
tho
jiajicr
coasl
nient
HVll III" rw, uii'i i imii iv-i ! Hl'lliili iiviiii inr, t I .
...... ,. , I you think, at a casual view, thnt miiiiiier f
solute want. It is for vouloaiiswir think.-... . . ....
" . .r I. Kin ..p ti. Or.th.Plr.ltr.. V lull ,, (rlls.
" ""r '
taku ! To know v ourself mul tu umlerstntid
of it
OCrTho American Party is a intioual or
ganization. It is den tincd to be the great
fttid only lasting organization which can ce
ment ui inseparably as a I 'ninn. When we
throw aside tho principles of tho American
jiarty wn may with just as much propriety
.stand aside and let Foreigners and Human
ist have our lands, cur homes, our all j and
iho reins of government nf course. I.i t air
with the sissors. Sec "I'ries ate
ums" in our advertising columns.
bly
Prciiii
turlcres with the irosperitj
lie ! If-o, r.illv uii'l drive th'
from our shuns. He is thu common
f th" lb i
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(Itrln another column wn give Adams !)' '''"''"' "l"1l.'1";,1'!'1 I"" .""'""I' "'
.t Co. credit for exchanges. Wn did this ''"V" '""'"'K IhI' ' ""' ''"t !'s l""
ii' iwr:iu iiiiiuniii
)nur own iwilurc, in prolyl. ly tho yrcat div
.irn nf vmir lifi. uitli Vnurnptf: litlt. ilil'
. A. ..t iu ;. !, nnn .i.:., , in fulvniioc. lIiinkiiiL' ihoy wuuM conm ftut-
iihiiiiji;i ui ii.yi i"iim in mu uiio acnnv i"iiiii ,, ri 1 . .. I ill I
Mnnncr!.,,' rttl1 tt...i.Wi ' , pors nn iMjur Iioiim-h
I....I.U .1'... ..V... "
Worse, with us. We Iisjid giwii tin in
nml let us have m
it will lime no p.u
, I wrrirn't Own,
i rnu'.AT onrritY Aiinnr nothing
to others, in their relation to you.
is the article you aro provided with to in
troduce into your life all those things which
lii'ikn up the beautiful and true. I
Haia la llin 1 trim rW ijlilinllnn n ntt ... .
...,., ,, .... .... . ll0M)i tiat ,r ,,,.,,, wi,i niiH.iuit tin,,, ,.,,,,1 t, ,',!,. fM1l..rago to any for
nrjiile ru III vifftH llin C. ..lour i.i firm ... ! r. . ..... .... ........ .......
" n - -- 'overtwo hilii'lri.l.lollars : Immiucs iiiiiuincr- eigiiers, uii'l urn il shoulil In siilliiuut lor
twenty copies per week, for tho but fifle... , '""1'.r" "r" '"""' r"r,," ,K,r" ,i.t":'"'' wlm
, n i i .. , have hwd nin.nig if many v.'iirs who nrn.
months. Have donn advertising, grain, fr fIlit ,nl ,t ,, (l Wlf t,J,fw (,,,.,
them, that if coiinted, would nmntiiil ton,, ,.XMii the ri'.-ht of sulbirngo In any for
ni.rtun hlllldr. d il.illnrs ! ts-.tdrs illfiuiiipr. ciirliiirs. mill lli'il It shoulil Ik s.llllfiint l..r
frocmen ponder on these facts. We claim 'act gently beget tho habit nnd geliuino feel-1 n,)lft (rHj The remiineralloii wn have re th.-m that their children should haw this
to bo not a party of tho South, North, West ing of gentleness j mid even hj.ocrisy may ,,.,, )n ,. nl ,,tl .,fl ,, privilege. This is going furih-r than lh..
or Rnst but of tho whole I'nion, and altlhnvc this benefit, that peoplu by scemingto ., ,,,... Ainencan pirtj a.k.nn.l I lli.s.,,..,.i .1... pnt
her a-Uoinlng territories. Nothing vvhicl.l.s, good ,j .sco.n.i really ,,. W.. know "'. '"' ' U' iuZ
Is liroitoil lo any less win nii-wer our pur- nf instaiices where pirsoiis reallj had have ifr.viullii.iiinii lidge, n. I, r. .v ,. t.-ri'il tliut lnrni. is mm i vting so pi. on.
rsosnnt all. If there nrn any men who do ' rhiuigcil their nature by lir-l all. cling to M.. h.il.U a n '.ularcoiiiiiiiiniiatiuii ll,is eve-, fully aiuoiii' in, nnd that tin re full llir dill"
(hjubt that our principles, aims and n'ir.-i i Is, what tin1) were not, and alluwiird mai
tain I iiiii'.'.
j . rune nu.i'-'iiisblo I" tween the old sellkrs j
Siillt . IS III.., I'll I II llml llir I .Hi I I llli. I. Ir III'
llisiii'l nfOi (."in, will l I'ptiiiil li" lie- lnuii.n'1
li.ui i.f I. .ism. ss ill ling.... I'll), uu -Moiuhiy, llir
till. .lay. if Us... nl-(. A II IM'.I
It VVII.CIIX, Itru'ist.r
JAS ,lTllltll.,Jiiu., Itsii.r
STKAMKU FUANKMN.
Tl I K line sleiim. r "I'r.inkliii," S. I '. A I.
KXAMiKII.. Master, leaves ever) inorii
Hitf f..rrhnniMM.(; nlrl inlrllii. ill its p.rls. Will
inuki. Il.rtii;h lii liit'.iivsllis .l.irui tho iiilsi,
rsrryin llir l S .Msils
I ur Ir.'icht ui piissng..,Bppl) .ui Isnr.l
N.iv. "J5lf
mKS-llll' I'lniirli.r siil. nl llir I:.il'I" lUk'T),
1 lly 1'IIAIIMVN A' WAIINKII
4'1'llllllSAMMl'niii II il"i), a first
nits ntlit tr for snip l.y '
PUIMIlN. II'N'MH.I. A' CD.
( 'iiinly nl. Wlinli'siili'.
ON hut l .i siipuiuir mil In I i ill iln m I 'nil
.inlitt I'lIAIIMAN .VWvjtNlTl
llir Piibh-b. i will in ui lb. i.npt r. singly
nl in .bibs, .. i.ue ..r Ins' vend Pinl.Pllices,
ii. iu iv l tlt.ir.tl, .Hi n ceipl nf Iln. order.
W '. i. .i Wig' amount is forwarded, it
.Ii.iiil'l I... stiit ii. nl'lieik or Draft uii New
,..rk, llnstoii, ..r I'liilndelphiN, irni.erly in
d..r.. .1. anil imide payable tn I'nwlers nnd
Wells. We p.iv isis't of exrhiiiil'i'. Itif"
Illustrated will 'is. issued priimptiv every
s'itur,l.iv,i.nuneiicinglh' lirt vvm k iu Nov
einlsT. ' All letters cmiliHiiing ruinUtaiifcs
sliuiililb" post paid, and din (ted to Fowlers
and Wells, :iiih llpiadway, New York.
TMItMSTD CUIUS.
On. Mtillnr will pay lur I.ifu Illustrated
Siv Mmilli.
Tvvu IMIirs fur (hie Year,
I'iui Hollars for Three Copies.
Might Dollars for Mive Cupics.
Twnlvii llollars for Migbl Copies.
I'iftien Hollars for Ten Copies
Tweiit) four Dnllars fiirSivleen Copies.
Ihirly Hnll.irs fur Twenty Copies.
And iiiiv idililiuiiiil niiinher nf mpiesat
the s imu rales. Saliiph. iniiiib. rs sent
I'Ml.s.
I'.-. . .nil..... tl III rill illnliPllillill'l
pn.iiipili .1. In. ml l.y us. iu "i'l pun III"
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