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TliAUK 111 VEll WAGON iioAì)
The following from Dr.
no explanation at our Hand and jca] of |lOjse about the expcnrive-
T>OKRIS3<%5 HEMBREE know to
clearly y shows
a* . i
should not be blamed for a jceptin o
Drobablv are not aware of the fact
TE RMS OF Sl’DSCR! PTION?
bed bv the
POBTLAICI), May, 21, 1874.
<>0 nuc laws,
One Copy, Ono Year, t
E ditor C oukieii :—A s then 0- seems i office Qf the Hoard of " Capitol
One Copy, Six Months,
miirani printing is as aespict-
of commcr iciai
One Copy, Three Months,
able as their pretense for reform to bé some ’niisunderstanding ■ alxjut Commissioners from J. H. Mitch
arc being agitated, it would tie
the approval of the Trask River VJlg" ell, endorsed by John F. Caples,
RATES OP ADVERTISING :
on Road, I will say, as one of the
coi|ic entriti snppó 1 o|f the Denio-
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a Ring candidate for tlie Legisla
workings of our Protective tariff cralic partj—the'*
Comniissionurs apj>ointed4)y govern
r that has
bcratic Goveipor saw fit to enact or Grover to examine said ro^d, that ture, and Mr. C. IL Lewis [rec
system, There is more injustice
¡ahwys stood Ini' til p laboring
this law and give the Democratic on the showings made to th o Gov- ommending Mr. Lavier, the San
done to the agricultural and labor
clades, opposed t
press the benefit of the litigant ernor when tho road was first report- Francisco architect, and-Mr. La-
ing classes by the unjust discrim-
off ilongolian. labtr
printing the ./hungry men of the ed to him for his action, he (Grover) vicr’s plans]; that Mr. Lavier’s
. inaljon of our revenue laws than
|rbks one of
i COIM ímcrc¡á| freedo|
refused to accept the same, i le said plans were considered too expens
Ring gripe and writhe for the pap-
in tiny other way. The most of
that moré turnouts or passes rtiust be
I »the ¡living Issues oft
thus taken from their mouths. made before the» road could be fur- ive by the Board, and for that'
us know that we arc compelled to
res in favor
They endorse! |the principle which ,ther considered, and in order t j * sat f is- reason were rejected, The signify-
pay from 25 to 100 ¡>cr cent. more
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thqy denouned I and they lie when fy himself that the law had beeki com caiiceof this-fact will appear from ,
for inOst all articles of consump
tltcy mouth at fit, fop these same plied with, appoiuLd Messrs, Still- what follows. This Mr. Lavier is*
tion on account of the tax laid on
Ring papers got all the State well, Jenkina and’ myself to gb over the architect who planned JheSan
foreign goods; but many;.do this
tj laws that
the road and carefully examine it. Francisco Citv Hall, the cost of
printing when i the District Judges
cheerfully thinking that they arc
Ihird of his
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... We did that duty and made tl> c fol which has already run up to some
had the dispeu^ing of the public lowing répovt.
thereby contributing to the sup
fiarfi earnbjgs lor
. printing; and 1 »at this time when To Ilia Etcdlci>cijt Him. L. F. ■ j roter, millions,»and which yet lacks up- •
port of the Government. They
¿4 us turn
Wards of a million to complete it.
Gweruur of Oregon :
do nut know tuaf our laws arc all thisjjoldcn st it
these papers, 1 npw so claiborous in
Sill:—Tho undersigned appointed He is the person whom the ¡icople
am 10 |ur advan- denunciation .<
,by you/ExceUcncy to view ai id . re
tagd garni |iy to tì|e nmnufactur-
! I 1 V •: F )R SALE ONE OF T.1E
the.teharacteir of “Trask River of that city have removed from the
Celebiiit.hl PARKER BROS. Breech facturers, bankers'and Speculators.
ers, J gbankqi's and c^q pitblists, you
Shot (inns, at a bargain.
Wagon Road,” do hereby certify that position of Supervising Architect
we have passed
jiassed over the entire load
havd I been ¡rcapiiig ii|jg(ídi en lrirV-
nearly all that the people arc pay
trict Judges had’the dispensing of and driven teams over the sam<j, i, (ex- on their City Hull from •financial «
est ; guider lùuljcàljràldt', you
Mi\ Jenkins who did not Ì drive necessity. He is the person whom
ing as advance on^ their goods,
the public priming, ;and are now cept
a team over the ro^d, but rode (j>ver it Messrs. Mikheil and Caples rec
now Irieh enough, iihl ^je propose
Woolen goods of foreign
in a wagoir), anid find it a good jrracti-
o - maiiu-
to r< ¿urn to DemocÄtidiprinciplcs 'S
ommended to the Salem Board, 5
uagon road over which wagons,
> tl)e exclusive hionopply of printing
Atorney at Law, facturcrs are taxed from 70 to. 140 and *nj'»y. a little proìi^
carriages,' and buggies can be
I driven and his the plans that Messrs.
lafayepte , oregqn .
|>cr cent, before they are allowed
yifiil propojsalb’pnd IL S., general without difficulty.
selv#. Let every nfeìi d ) his duty laws, for illicit t|icy receive and
Mitchell and Caples desired the
E. E.. JENKINS,
to be sold in this countrv: cotton
O :i • • Li t’v? Court House.
W. D. STILLWELL. Board io adopt—plans that would
arc rcceivin/f' double prices. >
goods have to pay a tax of 35 to
V. V, JOHNSON,
ice tof plunderers \J| ¡-lie ¡■only can
Jll A <. A. BALL.
1*. ä TOXT
If any one is to blame for thè ac probably have cost the State lour j
It is generally admitted that the
52 percent, this enables the A mer-
be dj |ne by su|)poi tM lie Dumó
BALE & STOTT,
rates allowed for litigant printing ceptance of this road, the Commis or five millions of dollars befoi*e
cratij | tickqt and fretSluing to
getting through with them. But,
arc extravagant. The-Democrat
sioners ai e the persons to cehsuix^ and
/kttor.neys nt Law, price that much and still undersell soqni B > principles.. | |
not the Governor who acted on the thanks to the excellent judgment
ic party in tlieir platform propose report of the Commissioners.
ill First S.ro-jt, (tei’OHi'e Occidental Hotel. the foreign articles for the cost of
ìì c r
of the Board, Mr. Lavier’s plans,
transjjortation act's ‘as additional
to reduce tl||D ttates by amendment
II. V. V. ¿TOIINSOÌN.
which Messrs. Mitchell and Ca
ples thought would give “charac
Good News from Eastern Oregon.
, fol lliwiiig:* The matter that i| necessary. It is
The friends of privileged' wealth inst. wc take the
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ter” to the State, were rejected,
and class legislation tell us tint howl
Um some responsible
The 'Nev's says, a private | let
lias becu gbihg|upi§frqm the
^Vttoriiey nt Law, although we are compelled to pay paid oigans oi the Hqipm-Custom paper in each jounty shall be des-, ter from Pendleton, May l|8th, and the plans which these same *
much higher for our goods on ac House ticket that thflp Sjiatc Ad- ignated to dohhe legal printing gives us many political itemi of gentlemen thought too cheap were
adopted. There is no complaint
VSFILL PE VTICE IN THE ('(H UTS count of tariff exactions, that it is
» v <»f i.iiii.iiir, Pulk and other counties
tint the Mitchells and Caples '
i i tlregoü.
a great blessing after all, for it and high rate of taxiti^l en
creates a home market for our l>eople, and w^re one lfidf|jlic state will have tire dispensing *of this some plurality on our State ticKOt. wanted the more expensive plan/
produce, but such is not The case, incuts time that are c&ftiiiually be patronage. And it is'» the pur .La Dow will run up wifh or ai fit- of the distinguished gentleman
with whom San Francisco lias had
ATTORNEY AT LAW, for ti e bulk of our supplies have ing circulated, the pciirlc yvould be est demagoguery for the Republi tie ahead of his ticket here. His
such a bitter experience, adopted;
to be exported and the amount we paying the mdst cxho|bitUnt
taxes i can papers ,to denounce tlfe Démo friends deeply deplore his illness.
export, regulates our markets at on yeeorfl But let iisycxRlninc the cratie administration in this State He has the resjicct and confidefice but we do think that it is just the
.LL 1‘RACriJE LN ALL OF THE
thing that the Mitchells aud ¡he
Home consumers will |» qv question; In 1804 a |iw was pro- for dispcubijig
patronage to its
iti of his neig hbors. irrespective of
us no more for what they use than posed placing l ^ c Sta æ tax at five .supporters, j| ¡¡ist what the Republi- party.” After informing us I lat Caples should set up a Jiowl over
E U. BRADSHAW,
we could realize by sending it milk'on the dollar,foi(tl|Bsupport
can party |locs whenever/ and Campbell ‘ preached at Pendleion llile sum the building, according to
’JLttorney at Law, abroad.
tide plans adopted, is to cost. It
wherever in ¡power.
would be in good taste fot the ad
The Independent does the liti collection,”our correspndont goes
Manufacturers say that they at the nett session.of Î ilKrJjcgfsla
vocates of the costly Lavier plans
Court H iiuh ' j .
can’t compete with, foreign manu turc reduced to four i nfill^iand has gant piinting in this couirtv be- On to sày: “Everybody speaks of
cause it is thêonly paper publisked the weak canvass made by’ Wil!- to stop complaining of the expen-
here, j Had i the Progressionist iams and Davenport, and people si veness of the cheap plans selected.
buy our wool and cotton, make it TheSiatjp tax now ‘ boijfc4|ly. four
This iette'* shows just what die
mills an(| no more.
(now defunct) ■ l>ecn a Democratic here say that if La Dow was able
TJERGUS' >N A I li’D, corne rof JeHeraon
In 185^. laws were i Ligsed pro paper it would have got it and,we to be out he would get away with Ring crowd would have done in %
. and Main ; dealers in produce and gen . sell. it chea[ ter than they can
vidingfof granting frinii es to
the matter of the State building
them eve 17where, All speak of
a flord to make it, and if the Gov- volunteers and relief jo I soldiers could not ha| ’i! grumbled.
ELT Y A SIMPSON, north side Main
him as an excellent canvasser, és- had they been iu power, and the
Uay^u - La Duw,
street; dealers in drugs, confection eminent don’t prevent the sale of aiid a tajpvas levied joj one njill
pecially since they have heard the experience of San Francisco shows
eries and family s ¡pplies.
cheap foreign good$
by levying a/
BeniHaydcn, in his Salem other two fellows. From tie just how it would have resulted.—
mill to. redeem the. ro|6uybonds.
AS. MdCAlN, atturnoy ; oilice on south
heavy tariff on them tljat the fac This law is still on the|tM|itc and
Hide Main street.
speech, put ; tor rest the silly slan present outlook, wc will have 700 JV*eu». ..........
M. RAMSEY. County Judge and tories will have to stop, but such never did amount to an Ahfeg more ders about Air. LajDow,- which or 800, plurality in the counties
Tolman is said to have breathed 1
• attorney at law,—office in the is not the case. The fact is that
this side of the mountains.”
attribute tliopjcpoits of his illness
All of our reports confirm tho$c freer after leaving Portland. The
the more protection they have the bery of hundreds of th<|isihds out
to a desiroii|t tp canvass. Mr. contained in this letter. Theca 1-
OHN Bill!), west side Je.Terson street,
dealer-in stoves and tinware.
louder they cry for protection.,-— of the public trcasuii^. d There Hayden said|t|int he had just come vass made by Williams ^jid D V Temperance question bothered him
fearfully while there; but once at
How long we ask have wc to Btand never wasf any use fol* it ! passage, from. Mr. Lh|Dow
jpi C. BRADSHAW, attorno^ at law.
or for cal|ing the soldicf s ifito the
this enormous tax without receiv field, as |vas alleged, f
strengthcuing the Democratic tick- the Indies he threw off all re
ST. JOSEPH BUS1N8SS DIRECTORY
That canvass inakes
La Dow’s straint and indulged iu the flowing'
ing any benefit. Where is the Copperheads from breal ling out.” that the lattqr was seriously sick,
though not dangerously so. It election a certainty.
lager with a freedom quite cheer-
ELT)’ A SIMPSON, cor. 4th and Elm ; farmer that would be willing to The people for eight y|
dealers in groceries, glassware, Queens
was a chivijlrous impulse of the
lul to see. He is even said to
ware and patent medicines
« a third more for his flour, just been paying off these limftty and
How to P reserve F lowers .-
relief bonds by paying i|eai
have stood treat a time or two
i| ly half man that indhped Mr.’ JHayden to
OTEL, J. II. Olds, . proprietor ; cor for having a mill in his vicinity, or
was ncccssaj PW" run take the stnn^i in favor of La Dow.
of 4th and Depot streets. New 4
himself at die bar-of the Umatilla
double price for a wagon for the ■as much as .....................
good ac cumin od a tiens.
the whole fctate Govcrnf heat. Be When he sawlthe latter prone upon a quantity of clear water.
House, until he .got—to use the
sake of having it manufactured in
DAYTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ,
Oregon? Yet we arc carrying out ation and Extravagance tj jwflppple his bed of sicka aess, and then read over the plate set a bell-glass wit i words of our inforinant-*-“as full
as a gooscj’-- While iib this condi
U. CALL, MANUFACTURER OF tlic same principle in many re organs and orators had jje^ber ex- the bitter tai$ its and jibes of the
its r irn ini I the water. The air that
• Saddles and Harness. All work war
:er, let us hope un-
tion he perpetrated a very good
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ranted. Orders left with J. W. Cullen will ■ spects under our revenue laws.— amine the law and . tell |)iC:
surrounds the flowers being c^on-'
receive prompt attention.
i occasionally\)r they win g§t out thinking iner|, who are advocat
thing. Haying invited
iivited U Hi. js com-
Wc are compelled to pay $9 for
fined beneath the bell-glass, is con
.of practice en t|iat scorei
311RI8. TAYLOR, dealer In. general*mer-
ing Dick Wil iams’ election, his
rades to drink, inst toad
of the usu
J chandise, Odd Fellows’ building. The American blankets, when wc coidd
cheap cash store.
feeling;» were dndled, ar^l he re
al “ ila me your liqtför,” the old
buy English for $5 or $6 were they
A clergyman in Cli^ja Mow;
into it iif the form of viq>or. As
solved <to mal|e Mr. La Dow’s
S. POWELL? Saw Mill. Pressed
was away from home ■1uki the
•- lumber of all kinds, doom
required to protect these men crusade began. He w turici in cause his. own. I This, no doubt, in densed, it runs down the side .<-!’• This was a playful allusion to the
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wife great part explains the earnestness the bell-glass into the dishj^nd if way iu which Tim Davenport had
oward a » tewart , blacksmiths, against the cheap goods of foreign Him
Wagons, hacks jind buggies ironed.
means be taken to close the water overwhelmed Dick Williams at
Giinsmithing and general)ob work done. make, but wc are not compelled to standing aj thi bar of a saloon which characterizes Mr. Hayden’s
~NEL:< <t <’!)'. Ferry street: deniers in *
speeches. Me' is surpassing him- on the outside of the bell-glass, so that pjacc only a few nighta be
general jnerclLindiso. The NEW cheap
as to prevent it evaporating into:
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against the cheap labor of other He supposed she was druink, aftd,
the air of the sitting-room, the at fore by. exposing Dick’s swamp
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Jbi-.B r, livery stable Ferry str^t; bug- countries for they are importing entering the saloon, the tc'ar^ roll are considered^ shall we wonder at mosphere around the flowers is land grab.
• gibs and horses to let at all times, at
continually .damp. The experi-
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reasonable rates. • ; t x
the pauper laborers of Asia to run «ing down his face, he said* tCome,
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ARKER «E v O,. Ferry street; dry their factories and discharging
Children fed on New York milk by inverting a tumbler over a rose ed as a song for the fotnaje temper-,
goods, groeerk-sind general merchan
white employees. The theory is drunk" -drunk—drunk!”
require mo chalk mixture.
dise. Dayton llujiring mills,
bud in a saucer of water.
l’.ib'.kibud every Friday by
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