... .. Jrvtfr- r ... r' , V. : "' V ----"-;r 1 i 9 1 i rSIDAT, -Drx;riBiai s, mi. Oor county Oklais and the dolly ffm U VoitUn&'faf evidently re oofml pan n campaign of "masterly la eUrttyT ln -erd to tb startling aIsefosna mad I ifrone to the ad feiiatretlon of the financial afflOra of Uaaiwuah eountyv This course U evt tat!? lneptred by a delaeirt hope that the wboWjhln will blow over, only f. ft - fcrdlnr gosejp for a "nine days' won Vr,". . But taeTpoopla do not eo vtew the BMttar; Evt copy that could asslbly U spared of Urn Ism bums of tb Nrw Kobth a w was speedily sold. To meet - ---- the demand for tbo circulation of tb atatomnta contained tborela we, hare ; ton a tid to re-publish Um Grand Jary t Report and. our comments thereon, and One tttmamd extra copies have already ::: bam bargained for by prominent elU- xoeef PorUaad. i k -r-n r-y,i; , ,1 1 r,1f9 alao present to-day aomc'addi ' Uonal facta, which etUl further show Um -. ' niter laooaapeteaey or aaaaJfest dlsbeo- "eoty of oor county officials; -1st tbo peo- plojudf which, r. Qnoryi What la It that bushes the dally press , of Portland eo effectually at . Utto Juncture of affaire r bit-cash? koxi nauxiiroi in inio. Ia ear laee laaaa a a lantea eoine atatoBMnta .anowlag now , oor oooaty - afflOier bad beea aaaaipulaied,:-7TlM BMnbera of Um King bare, not yet "rlaea to explala," and as we aappooa ithey wovldUaa to aaaka a "clean breaat "of IT aflat oooeV we herewith pttaaatw - fow addUfoaal tgureo for Uielr conald- Tba coaaty oxponaea for 1870, aa abown by ; the Grand Jary Report, 6W M, TbUaaMQBi, however, laclodea tba payment of -m Jodient IbTM U 7 . obtalaod " againei VMalttMtnab jaoanty la tba.IUtrtoi.OBar Ibrdam agea to child of Mr. MeCalla, Incurred by tbo child falllag through a eoaaty brldgo, arhMh shouUr-be uodaetod from tbocttiTsntpeneeoflMyej,there- ay Increasing Um dl Serenes la the ex ndJtnxsaJot Jba year4-7t to the siaoawt of thai Jadgaaaat. , Dorian, the last fiscal year this county had no ex - traardtaary sipiaasaof any ktnd to pay ! Dluc'',a: tha amount of ; this judgmont from tko aggrega expendl tures for 1870, and we bare ,T2 U as tbo aaaa required to defray Um aarrent ; county expenses, against $M,47$ 82J for 18TI abowlng an actual Ineasaw In the jajoiofJucUnjJ tratton of $U,7 6S dariag n slngU year instead of 18,883 07 L as formerly atatod. OotiatdartagUMiropiMrtaaltlea, tba toregotng abowa that our county arc equal to ototi Tammany fa slpulatiag financa.' Istr for 1871 ware given, contrasted with the Itsma for Um. previous year, and aareaaa abowm :: The , article con the taining them la. again published, and wUt bo aoonsd Imalotaiy 'foUowiag. Here are some more figuree : '-; - IftiMht UM a .hr ISTL lnfrr T tmm ms wif n mm H sns rn es earn , ,IAM 'Who win kmgerdouU the --of ou coaaty admlnlstraUont. tUa week's base br w UTS a m Wa anUolpata that QM Grand Jury BeMrt. pabUsbed aiatraero, ajdU bo of soma faterest to oar tax-paying reader residing la Maltaemab oawntyt The dally papers of lxtland, wlutout an ex ception, published tbo report In snob a -garbled 004 muuTa&F shape as to al- entirely obscure and ntdo from ' public view the toplea tbera- ariMui nn , , , m m i m Mown . IM H aw a ,',;utai ! r to, and a wasnan's paper is the only One , thai daM to sound i note orwafulug or pot forth' a word of blame That the r' BIUUm an4 Orvpwonshouil be lx borriaed over tba Tammany fraads as to : have no tiaae'to devote' to bomo affiUrt Is, under tbo clirurostances, perfectly nataral; bat that tbo JfmU, which baa been m lustily and. fkenlsteatly on-; gaged In showing ap the extmvagaoos, of Um General Oxrroraraont, should al- rl6W UM wmlaaaasa In office f Republi can ofSclah) occurring under Its very -aeon as go anrsbuked, la aaaeceuaUliM. Bat tbeeo arc days of strange political Tbo Grand Jury Report shows that Um axpoadltures ofMuItnomab eoaai-f ,1 for tbo fiscal yW aiaaeOOO bscjr-; of tbeni for 1870; or, to bo .xacabW W wrj and thop, tbo cum of UMX U euOosd for against XM,f78 84 thr lgrt an InmaMe of $t,m 1V U cannot reasonably be clrUmed that tbo Influx of population or growth of crime aeooaata for" this .,. I., V . . 1 . , , b very r-'jr acoouuied for other wise. The Rcitart before referred to shows Um4 t;twbn Ueu allowed the County Clerk and fcheriflV to! the ferrnr officer and $1,C0 to tlU Utler . ' ' ... L - 1 W I DMUHI MI MnUmplated UJ UW.4 80 her 1 th snug little Mm of 12,100 of tht people's money aurreptltlously PpfSI! by cur Iticro-loving public servants accounted for at a atAcf dash of the pen. Wert the mMm of Clerk end BLerlg of Muhnoaish nmnf there Igbt W- ahnolovr of oxcoarfecwactr questionable transact loan,- but a the 1 contrarTjt k notorious ths t both Ilkcaajaeeured r Tht rn-"liihUta sad have almost priaocly incomes. 1 Partisan malice eonld hare had nothing to do with tbo Boport, aa a majority of Um niembeni of tba Graad Jury were BepubUcana. "4 i x "t . f ; . But,llebvfiDg Um Report, wa pass 00 to Um oonslderatlooof a few items for the purpose of showing Um manner la whloh this increased expense was eontrartod, and this ran be done In no better way than by comparing some of the expen ditures for , 1871 with those of similar character for ihe prerlous year. And right here It may be appropriately ro aaarbed "Without. how, v oi m to throw discredit on Um former county officials that it baa never been charged that tht expeudituree for 1870 were too rigidly economical or stinted. Tbo fbl-4 lowing table calls for a careful perusal by all interested la Multnomah county ITmv'i piiaHMntfaM Sf MtH DJMM KMpiii( iMpm. 74 - , T, M - VMS IS tumllnnrry. , m M rM u( U Clmiu; tlirl - , M tM tJHt m Mum. saer .. im u . us m : itare we a lammany King among as t TbonbovejscrtalnlToo though we haL Borne surprise been manifested that ths County Clerk did not publishtbe nsoal flnaaolal oz- blMt this year. Is Hnoi now-plain to all why such financial exhibit was not published r 4 '': ' ilhrt furthsroommeorapon Um reck Itaa :axtrTaganco" noted Is needleea. rigorea oro stubboni - thtags, - a wa think the Crt JIoum Jtlng-WUl Und to their cost next June. IVew York City baa rpudlated IU Ring; lot the honest people of Fortland and Multno nisi) county combiafik. Irreepectlre of pasty poUUcs, aad-rrpexficrte 9nrBlng. ' Ths Kcw yoaTMWEST is the bluer,! unreleatfng foe of all manner of corrup Uoa in office whetlMT OomnUUed by Republlcanaor Democrats. 1 Oregon Is WmUT enrsed by jjdjoualpjeboa,. arsssat at twrni-i M hu. gent "J "f Um 'ik party discipline. We shall take especial pride In expos ing Um "ways bat re dark" of these eomrpt cliques, and our readers need not be earprised If mora: exposures follow ; tes pounoAL smjinoi ' - 4. ; The signs of the times not only Indi cate atatter for the most serious eonskt S rati on of every reflecting eiUxen, but plainly IbreafcadOW a general dUIntogra- tlonofllM prsaent pollUoal parties. The Democratic party, as aa effective national organisation, pamed way with the atuournment of tua inarieston von venUon.- It asrved Its day and genera Uoa, with varying devotion to Um de velopment of the nation and the pmgrees of clrUUaUon, and. succumbed to the I cancer and curse of pro-slavery corrup tion, wblcn national, progrcsa and the eaase ef humanity wouldcrlongcf tolerate or endurar -. f That a nominal organisation of the Democracy ' has ; been ' maintained throughout the fnlon ainoe tSOA- U quite trust but it baa bean dcaUtateof living principles, and depended for Its temporary aucceesea upon the glories of Um past, Um passions or ptejwlieee of the present, or the bod managoment of the Republtoans. 1 The contlnuanoa of auob'n state of aflklra ia a party U aelUer wlsenor patrtotioTbo well- boing of Um Republic demands orpos- Ing parties, wltta vital organisations and reaeoaabie and patriotic prlacipl Amtaiaee tbo Dseneesae? art no tossrTbe Umptaiioa to -dundsr thnTraasnry aula to bold tbo RrpuUloana uasattb-1 ful adarUnhrtraUon of Um Oovernroent, or to carry Out any reform or1 policy of their own, It becoatos Um part of wis dom and patriotism to shaadon a imam and orgaalaatloB rendered Impotent by age and obnoxloua by tho bad reputa tion of sympathy with aUvebolders and secession. And In Such abandonment let no old Democrat Imagine that be baa t parted with the Vest of bis hopes for the pollUoal redempUon of bis count rv. Tola is, substantially, the direction of tbo groat mam of the Democracy In Um Eastern Btates, led by such able and woUnformed Journals aa Um Missouri KnmbUdm and Leolsvfllo lmrirr- Journal; and this Is what wo would commend to the serioue consltloraUonof the Dcanocrata of Oregon. " " "; On the ether hand, what does the outlawed power and manacemant of Um BepubUoan party preaaim tba no Uouf IsltnasMandrestotauonatlhe South, or a land "rent with civil feuds? UllocprecUtlouef taxm ane I OS wages, or um poor Cmwtng mm ,um nob rkberT Is It to he the OMfcnoa d of the glided bub ble of wenia&l ami th mpmi.. Saof alMuTtfy 'arUrsU roll!.. 1. ttanry and lording 1t In high place or the gtorioue boon of comfort, compe tence and education for the Uborer aad his family f la U to be tbo aggrandiaa I V. . 7 r- !--, of moitf-moneyed corporsUoas, eea before,' whose centnOlalng tenden clea will demand the annulling of fcUU corporaUoar Uwe, tbo oblStoratioa of RUU lines, tbo aubprdi nation f UN) rijftda of the dllseui JaJbo tuiere-iof um aoqioratiou, and tbo enslavement of the Ubonr to Ue wlfl of Um capita! or arc wa to hare a fair, square, honest administration of, tbo Government, la Um Interest of tba great common wealth hHlsas asssslnali, mechanics ftumers and laborers, where in tbo Independenco. of Um clUsen. the purity of the beJtot-bovtbc integrity of nubile officers, the freedom of tbel pnfwm inu ute , euuoaiiou or me peupie shall apear-o cardinal principles and ""I eug.euuuon ot u power end Infloonoa of railroad and banking poratioos within tba last coma n matter of serioue eooeorn to Um latirssts of the great mam of prodncara, laborers and ooosumsta. - Ilallroauei solidaUon now .regulates the pries of Um farmer's wheat In Iowa aad tbo la boreCa bread In New York, between which two ends of Um lino Um man af wealth appropriates Um lion'a sbnr of UMfcod. ...... , . ...ittii..j.. .1 . The numerous "strikes' of miners and mechanics attest the dissatisfaction of labor under the domineering re straints of capital.- r 7 , , , ... Tba formaUou of "Rings" to plunder ww euannwl of the Uovernroent has been and bj now mora than aver Um distinguishing feature of modern poll- . The dsmaud for parUmn decisions frosa Courts of Justice to sustain party policies, thus poisoning . Justice at the vary, fountain, nas alarmed every good eiuaen. t. ..... . n ..TheJ,"Ku Klux,'? who murder the 00 groea, and 11m ' tkrpeiBagg-s,'? who plunder all claim os by means of railroad bonds - and' general Jobbery, 7 arc. the curse of tbo South and tba reproach of the naUon. The cry of 1t us have peace" seems a cruel tnoekeryjhea Lno TMSAhsbls tnoans yaro-ussd W secure it "These questions of the hour cannot be art : aside,' and reflecUng cltTsena are aeriously. Inquiring whether the Re-pMlcejnriM-ty-eaJHtMTI to adopt and enforce Um necessary re forms. It Is no answer to Um wholesale plundering -of --tbo 8onthgrnKlates "by tba Carpet-bag Republican to point to Um sbamelees , tblerery of Tammany. BuQock may not be as big a thief as Boss" Tweed, but hejs lust ia -bed. tMea and brethren of both political parties, t Is painfully evident to us that "honors are easy with you in Um matter of putting away tite trifle of a few millions of money pressed out of the hard esralng V tho ptophy-Rest assured that the people"wlll 'reform these abuseecr Party aomea may delnde for a season. But the people are hon est. They do not expect to bold office They desire, first of ail things, a good, safe, honest, last administration of the laws, and they will sooner or htete-L wiw nui such administration, and they will se lect them without regard to party or sex.-'-Vre have laws enough.1' Give us few ebonest officers to enforce thctn, and all will yet be well - - - v'' ' I I ".Hi I ' rvi-f-JlUS 4 SO UVMlma OTA? JI tfl TtW Tbo Increased expenditures of Mult nomah county are tbo legitimate result of the ananaer in which potttlce have been engineered of late yeare by those desirous of plsce, puise tMiwcr. T Ring are afraid to truitt their chsncos of success to a fair expression of the peo ple. They therefore enter Into combi nation with tbo law-breakers, promis ing protection, etc. Then by systematic manipulation of the primaries they ours a majority of the delegates In Um npmlnaUng convention,' while a minor ity of the delegates are chosen 'of the best men In the county In order to blind the unsuspecUng and give- tno affiUr some J; color" of - respectability. T Rough ore (hen kirtd to put fheVit through. Tbo ounvention that follows Is a farce. Tbo respectable members of Um cnaventlon see that they have been sold, but they are In for It, according to party .rules, and quteUy, tbougb, not willingly anocamb. ; iT. X i.;.t?5., -The regular ticket In the Held,' the Ring apply the lancet to the candidates, and the blood-letting to terrible. Gold is poured oat lavishly,, and numerous promises of posiUonfe with Urge pay at tached are mad. The result la that It often costs a candidate more than the fees of bis offleo to secure an election. fO avf cm to too great to be In fact it Is Uie policy PC UM.Rlug te snake Um people pay for ibes expen sive electiorsvond notonly yjojr but siyfcr. ' : ..c-jl But by far the worst foatur$ of ,Um whoto programme la that the Roughs who are active and useful la carrying oat the plana of the Ring Ore never to be coUTtdod wf .criaserr: Tbey-are-iDf , eonrss to submit, If eougbt, toarrsst and temporary'- Imprisonment, r aad go through tht fart 0 q rfof, Which trial costs Um county thousands of dollars In fees for the pockets of Um officers. The Roughs oro aeqaitted, an Um people wonder how It waa done. It brail plain to the Ring It to the nsressary work logo a complete system of political ma alpulatlon. The Ring pocket the pro ceeds, and tbo people r mado to bear Um odium of failure to convict trana- greoxoreof law. . '- How do the Koneet tax-payers of MultnoBMb like Um picture 7 1 , " I LJX 'lJljaXJj l.! ' The editor of this paper boa been lately engaged In lecturing with graUfylng urxsss at Forest Grove and Portland. A rush of other matter prevents aa ex tended noUo of these meetings tosuo. Wo present to-day ' trsr eeedinga af the forest Grove V , rn ik-w uireaufalkMi AasorTaTlOll, ami Politlcsl Ijretn Association, and tofblsMeove QEUU'S cx- Our obtuse brother of Um Ortgoniam at "not able to aeo Uet our ttefi tf i 4 v tn nia VYootlbBtl uuinne is even ' ardally auooessfuL", We tbdik a guol pair of leatluv-rpectaclee aouM materially aastat his journalistic rye- sight. - . ... ... ft eVAIlliI km m elts tbAnseapsp (a mtlf Imsa- lyin-peTlba oplnloa MWlt&nU U entortaia respeeUng WoodhulL since It evidently 1s sorb a great comfort to his eblvalrM nature to east autre and dirt at bss... 1 . ask him U aU simplicity and oar neatnsss to tell us whst Victoria Wood- hull la, to as t . Wna bare we to With her T. And what business ta.it Of oura whether her husband be bet "affin ity" or not . s,-' v.. . k -".:,.: '' Despite his ttrcteuded, Ignorance . of bar Influence erer Oongrcea, we know that aha is a power among sua, and that a wby our man's rights brethren da m shriek aad cry. , Oap brother has the man' rtghuj rabies bad. The symp toms arc first: a feeling of "carnal secur ity," which loads the patient to ignore Um progress of ths age. , This symptom to so vary mild that it at first creates but UUle apprehension, At the secsud stage of ths disease Um patient Imagines him self In danger, and ca tehee at every oramnjaf eouaotoMsatoOMwajrotsisiii sad that bis anxious Imagination can conjure up. The Uilroaod final stage of tbo malady 4a accompanied by ravings, mom Mesa severe, wbloh am.cbarao toriaed by Inordinate tndntganM t dirty expleUvee a sort of '"breaking out about the mouth," la fact, which to ex tremely offensive to persona of delicate erganleatioorTTb friends of . patleni who la than affiioUd make dus allawr auoa for bht vagaries snd bok) naught against blnv In asalios, no matter bow badly be froth at tbo mouth ; and for this reason wa shall not make further mention of this patleut'f use of mips and dirt. T 1 Blnco be says that Mr. Fay has not become a Republican, we conclude that either we have been, nUsluformed. "of that he, for the aaaa of his argumeuy disowns bis ally. If Um former, we ask pardon of Mr. fay for the unintended aatsifptescnUtlon. ...If .'Um .latter,, our brother Is not wise, ,--1. H There to nothing In which n political enemy so delights as to giro unsolicited adtdpa. T: Aad when our man's rights brethren urge tb Waman Suinaglsts to fhalt," It to bscauss they feat and feel thai they are presslag bard apoa Um en emy's linee, and net beranat tbey fear Uiat tbrir opponents will overdo a vle- tory JO-UMlf OTnoverthrow. Then there to nothing which n political op AX9 TZI ? . ponent saum so moctLjee the. advice o4d- But IW - efltbo rnlled enemies. - And wv well.knowlng tbe feints ofr political maneuverena .are marching on to vlctorjrt regardlsm of masked 1-attarfes end wMy . Our brother says he would not support baa said tbo earns thing about ether candidates, j but bis party ; alwagt whlfptit hint aaben the ptoper ume cam. . Men In party shackle must not boast too loudly lost tbey do beeonae eempeUcdt to-toke soma bmggadoclo Y"V it-:;.' ii'lT'' .rt-r-K'! J.7iu , We are as much opposed la pracUce to oorrupt leadsra as out brother is ia theory ' Aad when we get oug propct Sphere" before the world as a voter, be, aa well aa other men, ehall are that we,- aa waH Mother women Ihsl eiosutsimied In the movement, will bold both men and women to a bar Una of public and private recti tuda At prwino-we are fioanderiag In tbo Ban of politios, in a ship maarMg hymen, and Uey, and not purself, af now rcspooslbb) for the lead- era Umjp attempt to place 0vw.1uvA4. ux, iVm. Davidsos, the enterprising and dcfatixabl real tato oalr knows better bow to Ksanaga bl advorttaa nteTits to make tie people read and ap- precial thsm than, any other man la th Northwest Aa artloto, beaded a above; ippoarad la tb ltrmid of Satar day, Nov. -id, tb gist of which Is eon'- Uittd la h foliswlag: '.I :.' v ," ;,' Tb poet bearing th above namooV parted for Han rVanslsoa on Thureday evning.t II proposes to make a tor of Bruit bam-, Iifcrter-Mnfoo. Crntml tring out ncw.voMim c poena on which h Is enraged.- It will take him dghtess. months or tw years t com plete it. If it should stwr aa snsiesl as h awttetnaf, b wtM autniBtothss city and asak It Ms ntnra hoaaa, far b my toot in this HUM nm anther and mothr, reiaUve and eaiidren rsMs and he ts ktenUfted wish Oreroo. s H ha five seder- to Mt Davtdssn to a, feet for htm noUUwmtettM ktirt sonnd to tn wsstam portkm tt tb aiy. wner n can nn a gewa pao rami view af Um eweoundtngossinsry. for th reason, as be txpeosssd blntsslL "I tbtak muck of aator and iHUe ef - NO wonder thbTplf "tef et men. If hs couslders himself aa an aver age speoimenv . x,. . -i ' "T' ; Again, tbo ZTcmrfpoenpoualy asserts that wblla la Uile city not one nn manly word against bis wife escaped Um poet's Ilpe I MTat self-aboegaUenl What sopeihuman self-sacrlnccl Could bumaa philanthropy, any farther go? I n&.. im . k t . . 1 . i t jt ii T hi it tuia eaoaet fus ut4 vmuj mm patsrnity of one of bis ehlldran and duos to-day deny ItUersby tradaclng the character of one of tbe meat Virtuous and mj-anoriaoing wives and mothers wojaajro ever known Tn wasssn who never wttera - n word of rMwaaenv or bbune against tbto abnk-tongaed ebaov and who protc-ts wlUa. wifely delicacy against tbo pnbUcnUen of bis acta ef ln Justice, choosing rather to suffer In fence, and thereby deters tbo Jtsw NorrnwnT frotn giving out much tvl- wblob tbo world baa need of to bto real character t V" The Iftraid further mys Uiat MITJer "woe Id bar gon to bear bar -Ji Mnlef J lecture but for fear bis T presence would dlaeoncert ber. Tbto expremloa dwic. certainly displays delicacy of feeling.' fchaaa snd ansetr', lis i"i rot want to witness her triuDiih a 1 nsv half a dolb-f at fodoor. ' He ( idn't the eour- "-4 aeuf;4 to In .re Lu rortlaud biufttilf as ti liad f. qIjmmI, becaune he w lntult4 enough to p-oeiva that bis glory would pale by Um ooatast J so be gave ap bis aatlclpatod "triumph," and besought Mrs. Miller eo long and "T'J' to lecture la Portland that ah yielded to hie selfish Mellcacy, and allowd M fe -wmponaly when, in, public, and asnlJiiouHly when In pri rste, close her ntlias a sealed book. The ifrrmld aim vympatblsee with a tsaxm fabfpualtlau, bexsauiett tongue andpea are bound and be cannot utter a word to defend himself without a aae rlfic of .dignity. a tMgMty," Indeod 1 "Dignity and vjourtesy are "Um shields behind -which men entrench themselves when they are publicly baf fled and when they cannot prove aught In their own defense, bscauss there to nothing 10 their favor to tett.' 1 " ,But this literary rocket lam come and expladod and goo ) and while we hope our friend Wm. Davidson may continue his sals of bandsome bonaestoada,'1 vre fearthM Joaos't asnMstiful location will forever tnmaln a myth and A' deln- SIOjO.' '' ".,' f, I 1. !!.! 1 BurrxAai. aju uitujuesjOJ ' Wo are pleased to not In Wedusndey mornlag's tasno r HMCArvuwiani are- t.i-m - --- atiuMnS S Vmmn. 1 We had fcrewthathe Oreton atyloi' 1 would become cbronb) with tbe editor, Judging from bh recent aevero attack of rabies, of whlofs w are reluctanUy eom- pcIted"jcTteIsewnere2 that be to oonvalmcowt, w propose to review Me latest logic, which, w must confess,' wo need leather' spectacles enable as to clearly aeo. First, be ssys, "qtlisnsblp toon thing and suffrage- to another---That 1s Nrbemebsler and hlmsetf hoM dlnT-nriit ptnl0 IHd, I witn ail ou reference to in aeetsion oi th totter, be munt pardor ns tf wvad hem to Usat af tb foraaar, Webster my that "CHI sen, lu the VhVcdTcdiilt a person, nativo or Batnmtlaed, who has theTllagn frxmckit, and Of Ing real estate. , Of ooursa, In a general sense, cUlnr spot so af aa laboblt ante, dweuera In any panlontar etty, town or piansi had s not th of lb cttlsonahlp to whlok vaailudaia distinctly act forth In WebatsTS deflul. tion tt tlMword a It applls far th VnUtd Statm, ImimH -r-i .fv.fmv'ut Again, Um Constitution of tb United gtatoBf ArUcI 1, rfecttD4t,mra t2,All person boeaof natarallsed In the Unit BUtea, nndr of tho tttat wlMreln tbey may reside.' . Xc State alMlljaake ar enforo any law which aboil abridge the priyJIeBjeo r Immunltioa of ciUssns of th United Btntoa -nortdetfy-to equal protection of the Lawa." , , Again, ArtioU I, Heetten I, of tb Flf teoatb Amenttment to tSMCecwtltution, myar "Tb right of aiUsen of the Ualt ed States to vote shall not b denied or abridged by b fnlted Utes on COtfnt &T raoeVeoMr or previous eondiUon of aatvltode." 1 ir- -'-'' rn int -r-i T Moreover, tbo BUtea are expressly de prived of th power to make or aafore any taw which shall abridge the rights of elUxeiia. -'TbOIMato of Oregon fan ruxnieorfD Amc-mmeuU to Um Cbn? sUtutforif tlwrefbT they Ore to-day a law W Uils State as forcible, emphaUo and binding as any law of . Congress can be made. r: 7 i .......! j L - Aa art evidence- that bur brothW has received a glimmer of Constitutional light upon' tba euflrag Issoo,' W are pleased to note the following: '"'i'- But wo do not road tnywbir that It, (tboConoUtntten) prohlUte th United ritate or anv Htato from dcnvlnsr the right of oiUsen so vote on account of j eg or aex, or for Want or Intelligence or property. One too Htatee bad power to JimM Urn auffrago by dlsti actions of race, color, aex, property, lntoUlrence. etc: they now hav Uiat power In re spect only to th hut named distinctions. aitd can no longer .ha esitoiUBens from th ballot boa on account of rave or oolor.... , : t t ' t .. . ' ,Xhti .tftn klipfOatirt that our frieral ber tod himself to th verge of a clause that would bar spoiled Um looks of bis argument If he had gon a step "prerious sonditlpa of servitude." This reminds, us very forcibly of- bis weU knowa devices to rid bis party In Ibis Htato from tb aoppmwd odium of negro suffrage, during the days when It. was not oooeldered sate, a a party measure, to Insist upon that principl openly. We ar gratified that 1m oacede thus much, and ihe dav to not far distant when be - r ' i . J ; T . . .1 X5. mwmm yJ WK m W- w UHK Will want all women to forget jiMjhe.iclal. malfeasanc.wbersby the tajc-pay-did not aid thcmla UMir slruggUior-," dfrsu.fe.1 out of UmusamU of th ballot to Um days of their pouitci,vesaiago. Th recent election for Chief Engineer of the FTri lVpartmonlia thu'eUy pro duced quite a contest for th posltteo, and which resulted In tb defeat of Um favorite of a certain "Ring" Which has presumed to fix' thlags forth Repub licans hereabouts. The successful man was pat ibrward by lbs Asruand Water Co. (by no means a popular Instltutioa la this city) and th growing opposition to 'Ring' domination may be calcu lated frotn ths defeat of ths "Ring" can didate. Th people ar getting tbctr rye open. Th combination between county and Federal office-holders baa been -Vvfited. and their power I rapidly departing. Be Warned la time, gentiemea. It to not a good plan to assume tb whole dire tiod of political aflklrs to yourselves In those part. - ' " - I Jean Iorelnw baa written a new series tt har tMortes ToU to a tiOU. n AFitmek regards bersslf as aa arttet. In the December Lt f the Nw Noimwnrr the estion isaskad, !IIe w famm'sao Blna. amsag usfnnd 0m cotttmeut, follov?iag that quwCon, altboOgli snowing Jargely la created exparsfnurea and nbursements In . your county aflklrs, yet offer word of eapmtistlon aa to bow tbe mat ter was brougtit about, Now. I think I oxutaHr bow thswbol done, and 'twas thusly f, The Bullet in to owned by the sans party that was and controls Um 'Cfcurt.Houak Bingi1 Kj "frt Ayo Pi'pg" win ...an controls the Orrgonictn; bene thorn two papers at la. the mm Intsrsst. Now for the Jlerald: , Yon must anderstand that Um ,"Oro FIno Oentlumen' went Into partnership with tb "Court Hous Ring," and those "Oro Flno Geutle- meni' now control Um Herald, and thus you see there are two ring ; and on of these rhar a ring wlthtu a ling, and of course It costs more to run tw rings than It used to cost to run one. I understand that It to contemplated to oil the a chlu't next year with "Dog Oil," which will of necessity Increase muchly tbe expenditure over end above tbe present two rilig arrangement. . I)o you aoer. . ., "x'iLYours truly, . AKTi-Aciauxn.. HXX.KH, Docember tbt 1871, t; . ' Wa are not suffiuieuUy versed In slang phrase to understand what our corrsa- pwidUMee to puliUool mlsnisnsnsmsnt. Will wHghtea naf XIB last DODGE OF TIB TAI '.la-jt t jte-tt:. QDUHD, eiaiong a tW Tammany Rmrrttvlded with tb Nw York 1 , that paper was dumb a aa oyster as to Tammany shortcomings, but its supplies cut ear, til C tiled at a terribM rat, w eenitot ring ourselves to believe that th Her- 1 1 pjtnetrlp-wtth th Hfultno-Tb f"?"rww"f . " .UT " Yot are mt liberty to believe Just What vou nlsasc: vour beliefs or vour mlshe- tlefe r quit Indifferent to us: but it to quit lr yn do not bellev in acting tiae a gtnticman. JTrmd Jicruut. Kow It doe seem to us that BroUwr Ike ought to bare by tbto Um out grown the "Oregon sty la", of argument." When he cannot disprove tbo spirited accusation r implications of his cour teous couteqiporsries, he get Into a fu rious passion, settles himself behind bl stomach, shakes bis bead and voelfer tatea.Yoq are no geutwuuur" oi7You are no hvlyr' Brother Ike, th. people of Oregon are not verdant enough to be blinded by , such dodge. .. Democrats, ReiHibllcaus and. women ar allk re- arnWtfrTIUoarrTFg auow. Ibcm wp before tbe people, auob tirader asran. lolbe' jronurpiot witusianuing. X . .... 1 J , UOAllJJIa;., , . - f 'ST' TOnr brother of the Ckrittla Mtt -it . . i in i.M Sb I InodvortanUy pronounced him lfe4 bos committed an act -of pUgstrlsm, for wfateb we bald bixn atricUv aoemratable. "libaa rosaly parediod out non-net word.' - Hero I a mntonoe aa It so. PffSi'J'aP Ur to an aocusstlon of ptagalrtom against an by this brother, In to :n poem oT whloh bo datpoted our credit of authorship. : Bald wee Tbo posm may or may no bo Jalln Ward llowe'e, but. If it la not. tho liter. ary-wnriil iiu nnan most, s humbugged. ' And this Is how our brother quote It Bars be: . We accept -1 tbo; explanation lu ' flic niereoun-itowa caae, mao' ' in ' tn Mxw KobthwbvT, 'the tt nsagror assy not be Julia Ward UowV i. , It wa clipped from Um newspapers, after Deing puuusneu in um sam identical stria for a aumher of tmm . ' ' . - LTb fact that th sentenos Succeeding tb asterisks wae need by as In th article with o different eonnctloa do hot exonerate our friend from tb grave charge of IntenUonal ptagalrlsm. -i... ; . . .,- . ! Jtcrtmrtf has mad a groat discovery. Its editor bss found that ths Villain Foster baa received partial pun Ishmeat or.-bls - heinous offence, and then exulUnUy asks; "Who ever beard of a woman being -jraigncd for seducing a man, and might not Foster bar 9ben seduoear'- We're looking for this man's rights champion to demand a new bear ing for this case with Footer a pUInUff, WTm but Upton would have thought of it -i - ' .- '. -it re t-i O !--. i: 1 K Tamaaxy ta rarusai. - Tb GraaU Jury of MultnonVab county recently mad a report to th Circuit Court of that ouaay Imatleotlnfr th Kiteniz ana uoanty ixer in acts o( otn- -M'ssenit mi tax -.is-oj wsssaas uuintnT phsus of t! wbola afteir Is, that all the Iruaad usiltes wiitpressed the of thsld report rn-ttug oa this old oial . dvtinoueiiry.' We can - readtlv etiowgli nnh rstoral Why th Jtullrtim and U-vpoMto shirked thoir pUvte) lef In tho matter, hot why Um llrrultt ritd so to not apfiarent.' But for th Tf rw Norrnrwzwr th nport bad' probably tain naaeon In a tditoon hoi asr TMam. Hotoawo th Tammany rinv divided with Um New York rww, t&at psper waa dumb as aa oyster as to Tammany shortaetnlngs: but Its eupptteu ut oot It roilod at a torriblo mtav Wo nnn brina oorsslf to beUev that tb Htrmld to In partnarsblp with Um Multnomah county thieving ring. W by did It gar ble this report f--iefe Mmrmnt. . A younj rotmg tarty la wya Ing. VaT. ageup I naranU war arortb oonar tor of a million bafor th war, hot w-s feft by H t adversity, ba so---te4 them for th last thre rears by wi king In the flelde by th day, aud ba as much -nrkte wiiLad thatab wiU notao eept neat of charity.,, , . .. , , Olive lintmn, who lecture I tt "The file Yonng Man." ate touches a Don th characters of tno w sored, the lU-nwaaerod, tb fanny, tb stupid, th wlUr, th cheerful, th eel. lab. tb sauatoaL tb snlema. and Um Ideal young man, and the young I who wears eiotnea. :i I i " - I r , it rJ- To W. TV. Upton. Judir of the Circuit Court for Multaomab county t ' - -no otand Jary for the November ten of tb Circuit Court tor Multnomah N foentrJjeax leavat auhrult gho foUonN . , ing report I In obedience to Its dut It !. .i.iti tb Jail poorbous and bospttala within sue county, ana made examination In regard to their condition aad the condl Uoa of UmIt lnnutoa. It ba ah tnu onto examination in regard to the uv Um county. . 1.",:: I Tc.fjmudrJary baa bad a cam grtevoo hardship presented to It which it deems a duty to report. Home time during last August a yonng man waa gagged by two men in tbto city' and robbed of all bis money, as well as both his boots. Ths two persons were arrested, subjected to a preliminary examine Mtm and Imprisoned to await tbe action of tbto Grand Jury In Wegard to their offense. The person robbed, being tbo principal witness and not being a Lis to procure bail, was also placed la this county Jail aa a witness. Upo Investi gation tb Grand Jary ascertained that b bad been placed la tb nam ward with persons Imprisoned for crime, one of whom wa a Chinaman eorered with In, trass whom ha blaasslf became covered therewith, and that la addition tlutralA ha Wji uililontjifi auoh muatl. tvX frum atwolnt hnngcri This te a btujshrp upon persona guilty or no enmsor la boring under bo Imputation: oT'crim, which to grievone and anJustlflabU. It Is bad enough to be robbed of money and" ithout being covered "wttti TerT mln and gnawed by hunger, and provis ion should be mad so Utst .wltnessea; uuable to give bail for their appearance before the next term of court aho comrwlled toaasotlaU wttlcrin.lnala. - Tpon ei .'pon examination of the oounty Jail Mm Grand Jury And It In aa vererowded condition, there having been conflnedat - Um opening of this term thirty-one per sous. As the county Jail to property no placo for person sentenced for crlme but a pUe for th mfe koeptnfr oi poroonT awaiting trial, the Grand Jury weald suggmt that th county should Iroour , separate quarters for persona convicted of any criminal otTens against tb laws ; of th Stat lent than felony. When they 1 alwll beeompelled tewerkand payl expensesj Instead of being a harden upon tb Ux-pkyers of the county. W'ttbout ' much ouUay n portion ot the county . farm jywld bcn4owed for tb aaf Jail relieved of it verburdened condl tion. oad an onerous tax removed from -Um tax-payers by tba compelling auch r erimlnala not only to pay tho expenses - of their Incarceration, but also compel- -Hng them, In eourse of time, to bring:! eons Ineom Into tbe county treasury. ) - ww j ;jjmim, us4 aospuaj waa found kept la quite satisfactory ondlUonT. Ther are at preeeat twenty ve inmatearTlnrUrand. Jury also vl- Iled th 8tata Dmium Asylum, Um neat and perfect condition of which la and hu to Om rfetotoT-" Tbere are at present oiM.hamlred. and fifty-slX patients oaa fined ihasmav , -Tho elty JaU wa also visited, but waa not deemed worthy any tnontloa in tbto ri port, it J-jcWi .rm?Uii W-r tf:i tif J J - t Tpou examination af 11m hoels af lb eooaty th. Grand Jary Had that tho , totsdApendlt eased tbo tiunty forth -v ttoesi. year, ondlag July , U7V wa : $, t -falnet XU.M8 U for th .i previous year, among th items which, wo flad tb aunvof $0,068 U for Uie- keeping of nrfeoetex and $7,480 fit en ae-'t eonnt f pauper. . tiiu,j . wmuti-'. It also finds UuU Um em of $L00 p-m- year to glvon to the Bberiar for extra ex ;. penes a on acoonnt of Jailor ami JaaJtoruLJ-. and$Wperyarteg1rntotbfmnty;: Clerk for. koapiag tbo twka of tb 4 cwtnty, feoth of which expendltvroa tbto . body cannot hot bellev aa woAlgato-V' nawarrantod. l Tb lav Upolate f tbo Jaaaof beU those afn-, which i amply BxC-oienl withoot the extra ooan r Kspeessily to thi tm fi to tb Oo of tthorlir of tbto onnty Um legal oanolaaaants of whlcfe . r aro aa vary gnat aa to onsUUtto- tboi- fo. bot pnmamlnn of It al. friitfulifoarot f triukery and, coryopl''i ' tion. k Snelt. bofaag Um eaao It osnnotbui r b deemed as both InpoUUc and unjust to tbe tax-nayera oTlhJa county to fur Umt burden them by graatlngT to tbo :. HlMruT.anch.: extra jumL nn warranted ': amoont a that abov specified. -.. -, ', f Tb Grand Jury ba bad Uilrty-Uire coom bsfor it from wbtoh It ba.r.Tj- prated fourteen trtM bills. V ' ftj.V ffiy.Mfs-fc rm am- mnnnnmnaxBamBnm',P'-''"- I .tsmx rxsi otTiA. V "' win. IIUI county association, continue, to jneet r wrcry onmruaj vruium, iwiuat , - to.galu strength fhm among oor best men ana women. j . , j.i - .- VT-.. fclUJ t m smstt v im,uHr-ir -- ;. . n. . nn um Mw. H. JsemoriaL" . Una bms.. tmst WIU u maun, mt no unaneo ex- - . . : t ..a ' nttn Ming sw.esn, iniui uie cnaracwr " . . . . ... . , . of th elemenU now la mam at tbe Cap- .-. . ttal. , Bargain and Bale, Truck 'and Dicker ar tb order of thedsy.Tb T.: desnoralisatlon.' oven of good men, to fearful. Thus It to that w snffer from tb wcakaea and folly of oar politically Tttnf. 4 .', ... v, ,.' " OarVkle, wbO so softly denied only a ' few days ago any wish or hop of r- '- '. nomlnaUon, baa Raised or bis friend bsrs few thousands to run g Utre or for months' orvan on. Report "savs" L . a oally and weekly will bias across Um -poUUoal flrmammit- ontil aftee-Janar- tlMa est in darkasm Uk aU tboiott mLZZI (i's personal organs. Terminus . fever raging nocter wan .... Kaal mtata eolua a very fast. A ctmnitte f ladies peoposs to Inter y vtew J, C 1 Imbail about a tectum n . Voman t-u -oou, as rumor, na ifc, . lis Is going 1 -t soon. A, i OiY Mria, W. T. , f . - r TT t,r-t jlf ", 1r 1 - i-- .