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DISUNION. . . .. r 5
There's a sound on the wind, there'! a thrill, chilling cry
'Going pant on the blaflt, through the comfortless sky. -
In the night Is a walling, Hint keenly hath clove
Through my heart, like the pain of an unhappy lore ;
And tit Nation, In slumbers she will not resign,
1h vexed and disturbed by a sound and a sigii;
Anl sobs In her sleep, as the warnings go past,
"There is danger and discord and death on the blast.' .
And whonce comes fhe'wlndt and what causes the pain?
And wherefore this-whlspdr froin Toxus to Malno?
And whr, In the fullness and depth of her rest,
Should the heart of our Mother in dreams be dtstress'd ?
Potomac's bine waters are clear as the skies,
And the chiefs that sit by them are valiant and wise ;
llut a lew laughing -neud to their counsels has stoke,
And darkens with tempest the calm of each soul.
A poison unwonted corrodes In their veins,
Wild freniy is racing their hoarts and their brains,
And 'the demon still hisses in whispers of fear,
'Disunion I Disunion!" In each maddenod earj
And this Is the reason 'that pain and dismay
Glide like ghosts thro the night and make pallid the day;
And from thence are the sighs and the sounds that have
For her children, the heart of our mother afraid, made
Is It sol can It be! are they prophets who say
That night shall return on the light of oat day I. . , .
Shall the despots whose hootings ring sharp In our ears, '
Kxult In our downfall rejoice in our tears 1
Vi'uM It all but a dream, a bright vision that came
On the camps of our fathers, through battle and flame?
Hid she whisper In vain. In each ear as she paaa'd,
'There's a temple found here for Jehovah at last I
On this fresh land of God ye shall worship and dwelt,
And the sound of your joy shall be tyranny's knell.
1'ass on through the (!r by your trials made strong;
.eave not on your borders one foot-print of wrong.
Be as one, and cling close, as the drops In tho wave,
strike Arm. and fear not free home or the grave 1"
I), woe to the hvid where these words are forgot I
Alas I for the nation where union is not I
Mouru, muarn, ana lament for the lll-fatod shore,
Ye millions who toll In the South or the North
Ye with arms strong as iron, and hearts of true worth,
Vlpe the sweat from your brows, look aloft and behold,
On the sweopiag went wind, there's a banner unrolled'.
Not an inch of that flag but was purchased by strife,
Not a thread la Its Woof but Was won by a life,
'Tis your hope your last hope I while it floats thore shall
A la id nn livided. a race that is froe. be
"Will you dare you stand idle whilo madmen draw near -And
rend the bright banner that cost you so dear I
Hpeak aloud they shall listen for, oh, they know well
This life Is your favor, your anger their knell,
one shout for the Union t one cheer for the band
Who rearod the star'd flag in the night of our land,
And we'll see who shall whisper "disunion" or "strife"
When the heart of the nation rekiudlos with life I
nod shield thee, Green Erin I for manhood no more
Has homestead, or harvest, or hope on thy shore
And France, like a Titan, awakened by pain,
(truck i 'y one b'.ow and now slumbers again.
Italia lies bloeding and Kossuth haa fled,
While the band that hung round him are exiled and dead.
Here lonely we only the flag have unfurl'd.
In whose shadow may rest the optruesed of the world ;
And woe to the foe, who by discord or war,
Would quench In our standard the beams of a atari
Though his heart be of iron, his hand made so bold
As to break the strong band that was woven of old
Yet hed well the sequel ; our bannor of blue
Hasstripes for the foeman, as stars for the true,
And the sun shall not shine on the man that shall see
lUtuienibor'd or connuer'd the flag of the Pre.
Edward J Mock, 1858.
"What is Polyoamit 1"' asked Ike,
who stumbled over the word in a
paper. Mrs. Partington looked Be
vere. "Polygamy," Baid she, "is
where men have an ad libertine priv
ilege of marrying a pleurisy of wives,
God bless 'em, when they can't take
care of one as she ought to bo with
cotton flannel forty cents a yurd and
flour at pabulous prices." Iko was
satisfied, and immersed himself in a
notice of Ilnssam's skates.
Remembrances. The memories of
childhood, the long, far away days of
boyhood, tbe mother s love and pray
ers, tho voice of adopartrd playlellow,
luo ancient oaurcb. and schoolmaster,
in all thrir green and hallowed asso
ciations, come upon the heart in the
autumn of life, like tho passage of a
pleasantly rcmombered droam, and
cast a ray of their own purity and
sweetness ovof it.
GOOD SCHOOL JLJBAGUEIIS THE BEST
Police Force. In his recont report
the county Superintendent of Schools
in Alameda, makes tho following good
"I suppose every beliover in popular
Government will admit the truth of
this proposition : It is tho right and
duty of the Slate to pcrpotuateits own
life in tho best and cheapest manner,
Thatproposition being admitted, there
is another just as plain and simple: It
is that good school teachers are the
best and strongest polico forco. If
there is any doubt on this point, we
need only to open our eyes upon our
country. Y hy is luo JNorin loyal and
tbe South disloyal f Simply because
at the North the Stake has propagated
its life through the publio school, while
at the South it has not. If you point
to mobs and the copperheads at the
North, you do but strengthen tho ar
gumont. ror x suppose it is a noion
uus fact, that in a great many in
stances at least, Gov. Soymour'sfriends
have X for a middle name."
Commenting on the above the Ma
rvsville A ppeal Bays: '
''Patriotism, a holy regard for got.
ernment and law, is triost ardontVhe're
publio schools a're rhOBt regarded. The,
South could never have maintained
slavery with a system of free public
instruction, for'nll her people. If she
had always maintained a thorough
system of publio instruction, slavery
had long ago died a natural death, and
now, instead of being one vast battle
field, her soil drunk with human gore,
and her ground filled with the slain,
would bo far advancod in such a career
of prosperity and true glory as we lit
tle dream of; and her whole pooplo
would be filled w i th the most ardent
loyalty, instead of gloryfying in thoir
HE -A.lt E & ROIIli,
MANUFACTURERS AXD IHFORTtfUS OF
Carriage, Concord, Buggy and Stage
California Mnle Team and Farm Har
ness, Carriage and Buggy Whips, Whalebono and
California Stage Stocks and Lashes, and
Silver Mounted MezlcanVaquero Saddle!
flue Texan Ranger Saddles, California Mochlllas, aud flno
English Shatter and Ladies' Saddles 1
Silver Mounted Hair and Fancy Bridles I
and Hiding Whips, always nn hand. A foil assortment of
JnexleanelfJaiirornla llrlrtle lilt & Spurs!
lieathor Hacked Drushoa, Curry Combs and Cards, and a
general assortment of SADDLERY HARDWARE. Also,
on hand and made to order,
APAItA JOES, CARONAS AND TAPOJOS 1
$3. Repairing dono with neatness and dlspntrh.
11AKK 4 HCIIK;
fl-tf Main streot, opposite Washington.
TnKRK WILT, T!R paid upon presentation at my of
fice, in Dalles City, the following County Orders:
1863, March 17lh.,.,.S.,t
No. In favor of
...48 Win. Aldrlrh.
...46 Wni. AM rich.
..61)4 Welch & Clements.
..1 II. Drnllii.
..810 H. llrnlin.
.080 W. C. iloo.lv.
...2 603 II. 11. Hill.
,..2 .442 C. K. Moles.
...2 .460 C. White.
...3 .134. A. II. Vaughn.
...3 212 O. N. Denny.
..0 Jt. II. hnitsilalc.
..3 .248 It. II. Lanndnlc.
" " " ....3 .246 K. II. Lansdale.
" " 8 .244 It. II. lAusilale.
" " S .240 K. II. Lansdale.
" 3 .227 K. II. Lansdale.
3 J120 M. P. Ullllam.
" " " 3 221 M. P. Gilliam.
" " " 3 .220 F. W. McDanlols.
" " 18th 3 30O.....Jauies B. Ileynolds.
" 24th 2 M'M 0. 0. Crismau.
" August 7th 8 .411 It. II. Lansdale.
" " " 8 j4I0 K. II. Lansdale.
" ' 3 .409 It. II. Lansdale.
" " 8th 3 .827 N. Olney
' " , " 3 .404 N. Olnov,
" '' 10th 3 427 H. II. Lansdale.
16th 8 ...2U5 Journal Office.
..3 JIS8 Thomas Gordon.
.....3 .4.18 J. II. Harford.
3 .463 K. II. Lansdale.
3 .462 K. II. Lansdale.
3 .461 K. H. Laiimlnle.
3 &'! W. II. Newell.
2 .926 W. H Newoll.
.....3 .4.')0....JUlibins i Vallard.
.....3 .103 L. C. Tomliiison,
3 342 L.C.Tomlinsou.
3 .437 Dr. 0. Desch.
3 603 11. H. Lansdale.
..3 .478 11. B. Harford.
..3 .409 H. 11. Harford.
" Dep. 24th..
,.47 N. Olney.
BOOK & JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
First Street, between Main and B,
JOB PRINTING OF EVERY VARIETY
Executed with accuracy and dispatch.
IN A STYLE THAT WILL COMPARE FAVORABLY
with the very best, and
AT BATES AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
Cards and It i l-lt ends.
CHECKS, DRAFTS, RECEIPTS,
POSERS AND PROGRAMMES
(THEATRES, CONCERTS EXHIBITIONS,
r'Hrtftro in k'fti Sort AitttArtlVi simwt. Wo,
BILLS OF FA ItR.
Uriels and Pamphlets,
YIS1T1NS, WEDDING AND "AT HOME" CARDS
Tn short, everything that can bo done In a Book and Job
Printing Office, from the smallest and most delicate Card
or Circular, to the largest sizo and most showy Posting
Hill and which will he turned out In a style that cannot
Dill to insure eutire satisfaction.
OUR HCIUTIKfl FOR Tilt EXECUTION 07
In the most beuutlful Colors, Shades and Tints.
Such as Fancy Posting Bills!
From a single Snout to the Largest Mammoth,
ORNAMENTAL HHOW CAItPS,
rUHb'UMEHS LABELS, de
Ar unsurpassed by thou of any other ntAlil.Hhnient in
Orogon. Wo devote Hiecial attention to tit in hnun-h of the
imsmeM, ana are continually aitiiniK to our already oxten
n.ve and well appointed assortment of material,
NEW TYPES, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS,
die., fc, dtc
Of tho most modern and elaborate designs. Our stock o
FANCY INKS, TINTS. &C.f
Are of the fluent quality, and for richness of color and
durability, cunnot be equaled in the State.
The principle upon which business is asked for this es
tablishment is, that persons will consult their own inter
ests, by awurdino; their custom to that office in which
their money can be expended to the best advantage. To
tliis end we solicit all in want of good Printing, at very
reoHonuhlo charires, to call and examiue sneciiueus. aud
judgo tor yourselves.
Orders from the Upper Country
Will have our special care, and friends from the Interior
may rely upon naving titeir orders Hi lea promptly, as we
HAVE THE ONLY IMPROVED GORDON POWER PRESS
the State of Oregon!
March 9, 1864.
J. B. Harford.
11. II. lansdale.
M. P. Berry.
M. V. Borry.
V. II. HI onus.
0. B. Brooks.
....J. B. Harford
....J. B. Harford.
M. P. Borry.
, H. P. Borry,
M. P. Berry,
M. P. Berry.
,001 M. 1. Ilerrv.
.600 M. P. Berry.
.600 M. P. Berry,
II. a. WAhUHUN,
Treasurer of Wasco Connty,
Private Residence in Dalles City
THE Valuable Private
Hesidence of h. W. 00 K, and the
and CilTTAQB belonging to MIIS.
OKAVK8, are offered foi SAI.K. For
particulars enquire of W. C. MOODY, liu Dalles liity,
or of U. K. OltAVKS, In Portland.
Tho above Property baa recently been laid off into
8MAI.L LOTS, and Is now offered In sections to suit pur
mllB SUnSOIUIlKlt haaniailearraniiemenU to receive
M. ery TUBKDAY a full supply ot
Josslyn's Superior Butter.
Families and other, will b suppllod on application.
Main Street, Dalles
SIGNS! SIGNS! SIGNS!
O. S. SAVAGE.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
O I L S, ;
Colors, Putty, Mrnslies, Glne. etc
Paper llangiugs, Window Shades, Fixtures, Ac.
Corner or Third and II Sts.
JOHN EPPINGES Proprietor
riMIKUNDKKSlGNKD WOULD RKSPKCTTUI MgjL
X ly inform hie friends and tlie public, that lie tfl";
lias completed and opened a tine three storv H- P)t.i'!!'
1 KL, on the corner of Tliirdand U streets. Lnillea. J
and has pleasant and commodious rooms for the convey
lence of Travelers, and has furnished the aie Jfl. xinvl
style, as he has the house throughout, aud is prepared tor
me patronage ui tne puttuc.
TINB DINING ROOMS AND PARLORS
are attached to the houeT and all the conveniences requl
site for a woll regulated Hotel. No pains will be ebitrvA
to rendor iriji-'nte comfortable and trivo the most iiwrfeiit
satisfaction to all who may tavor the house with their pat
ronage, me nouso is pioiummiy situated in a iiuiet pof
tiou of the city, and will be found a deni ruble ulace of
abode to the traveling public.
1114-11 JUUN JSri'lAUKK.-
IJROPKIKTOR AND COMMANDfU.TN TjmEF,n
reHpecttully announces to 'his friends and. tlievC
balance of mankind, that be has erected ut the
tersection of Second street and the CanvonCitv 1
Hoad, tlie Inrgoat and niost complete Brewing 'stitblit1t
meuc in me ciaie, auown as me
where he Is nrenared to receive ordursWli from cllv Mid
country Tot ills
- SUPERIOR LAGER BEER.
Tlie llailroad poising fmlinodlaldy n front of the
Brewery, he haa superior Tacillllcs lurtn.h)& oVdVr lioui
the upper couut.y, at tho very lowest rates.
A haildsollietv titled ntt Halnnn attuRliHil In the Itrew
'cry, WlicVe IAUEll is Vomited for the accommodation ol
Also, a neatly furnished room lor the accommodation -
of private parties.
Dalles, April gt.l8U3. . l'UOPHl MOB.
M 0 UN TTTnTER SALOO N ,
(Basement story, next to the Umatilla House,)
. A. STA1VGLE1V, Proprietor.
fYUB UNDKltSIUMED INFoItMS HIS HtlBNDS and
JL the public, that under bis direction the Moua
lAi.NEfji" will sustain the reputation of a No. 1
Lager Beer Saloon.
AIho. choice YYineB, Liquors and Cigars.
aull-tf o. A. STANfil.KN.
County OF BAKKIt, SS: By virtue of an Eiern
tinn IhhiihiI out of the County Court, in and for snld
County, against tliefloods, Chatties. Ijiudu and Tenements
of JOSIAII K1I1I.KW, J haveselr.ed all the right, title
nnd interest, which tlie said JOSIAII K1KLKW, had oil
TI1U1ISDAY. the 7th day of January, A. n., 18M. of. In,
nnd to the following described premises, which 1 shall ex
pose forsiilo, as the law directs, at PUBLIC AUCTION
on SATURDAY, tlie 2d day of April, a. ., 1SC4. at ui...
u'clot-k, p. M., before the Court House door of Auburn, in
said County, four M1NINC1 CLAIMS, lying next above
claims known as Ihu Coltroll Co.'s claims, in French
(liilch. near Auburn, In said County; more paiticularly
described as fulbiws: Coinnieiicinglio feet north-east Iroi'u
an OLD BOOT, which is on the lino between the aaM
claims ii ml the Culwell 1 Co.s clnims, and running sumth.
caati'i ly to their stake. 2W feet; I hence Hourly norlfc
feel to a stake above; theme 2511 feet nortb-easUrry t
thei to suiithnastorly 000 feet to the place of beginning;
W. It. 1'AIIK, Sherift',
By C. C. Lruinard, Deputy.
Bated Feb. 10, A. n., 1804. tvl0-w4w
FURNITURE! rURlflTURE f
DIEULAM Sc "WENTZ,
-? U IT U CORNKR THIRD ANB B BTXKETft
Household Furniture, .
emhraclnic Tables, Chairs, Bnreausr
Uetts and UodHtuiuis, Beddlnc. Canietji
etc eten all of which will be sold at h.w rates, furniture
Repaired, and rphoUtcrin done to order. Also, on hand
a'attroBHOr, and Pillows. Pprinjr RedH made to order, aul2t
MiHincry,Dress & Cloak Making
MRS. C. J10NKL.li, having jaei seHmed1 frnmi
tliocitv of Ban Francisco with a large and well as
sorted stock of the most approved aud latest styles of
Milliner', Oress & Cloak Goods,
also, a well assorted stock of the most fashionable style of
for Ladles' garments, alt of which are of recent InportAy
tlon from Europe and NxW Xoei Is now amaty prepared
to manufacture to order,
Ladies' Hats. Bonnets, Dresses.
CLOAKS, etc., at SHORT NOTICK,uid at LOW PRICKS
!li embraces this opportunity of rendering her tinci ro
thanks to bet nmiuerom friends and customers for their
liberal patronage heretofore awarded her, and to most re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same. uc!7-tf
DALLES CITY DUVG STOK12.
WU0LI8ALI AND RETAIL
DEALER IN DRUGS.
Perfvmtry, Fancy Soaps,
PATKNT MEDICINES, e. fl-tf
The Lot and Ilnildlng, on Main Street,
next to the Umatilla Uousa, known as the CALI
FORNIA KXCIIANOK. the COLUMBIA RESTAURANT,
and the MOUNTAINKEK LAOKK I1K.ER CELLAR, the
whole paying a monthly rent of 9243.
Also, a DWELLING, 0UT-U0U8U3, and Spring nouns,
with a good supply of spilug water, and ONE ACRE OK
OHOUND. well improved with an assortment of Fruit
Trees and Flowers, fenced in with a new close boarded
fence from six to eight feet high.
Also, a DWELLING HOUSE and TWO LOTS, with a
well of snrlni water, within the city limits.
For further particulars, enquire of T. B. KELLY; or
at tne mountainkir urrioi. jaio-n
LIM IS! LIME!
iNB Hundred and fifty barrel! Lima
for sale cheap for cash
1 P FITZGERALD
The subscriber, having purchased the HUB
llLUs'K VERRY, hereby gives notice that he has rr
wovod the same to PRIEST RAPIDS, where It I. perma
nently established. The boat is one of the best on the
River, and nn pains will be spared to make it safe and
convenient. This KERRY is on the most direct route from
Dalles City to Cariboo. Culvlll. or the Kootenai mines.
Priost lUipiils, reu i, mo, tcto-ii , a. k. nwiu.
State of Oregon County of WataIn the Circuit
Omrt: UE01U1E II. ELLIOTT, Plaintiff, . HEN BY
II. WALKER. Defendant Suit In equity. To Henry II.
Walker, the above mined defendant. Whereas, George II.
Elliott, the above .ntitlod plalntiA", has nled bis bill ot
complaint agninst you in the above entitled Court, pray
ing a decree of title to certain town lots, in Bigelow's Ad
dition to Dalles City, In said State and county, and which
.aid lots ar. dweribed In said plaintiff's bill of complaint.
And it appearing, after dneullligence, you cannot be lounu
within this State, and it having been ordered by the Court
that notice nnd service bo had on yon by publication.
Yon are tber(ore required to apper in the Circuit Court,
of the State of Oregon for the county of Wasco, at Dallea
City, on the SECOND TUESDAY of May. 18U4. and ans
wer the complaint of George II. Elliott, the above named
plaintiff, which Is on file In said Court, or for tbe waut of
ucb answer, th. plaintiff will apply to the Court for thei
relief demanded in th. said complaint, and a decree wilt
be taken against you as by confession.
Hon. J. G. WILSON, Judge. OLNEY GATES,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Attest W. D. Blgelow, Clerk.
By H. II. Lansdale Deputy. 21 -8m
II. J. W ALDltON,
ruST-OFFICE BOOKSTORE. 1
CONSTANTLY ON HAND a full supply of Standard
and Miscellaneous Books, Stationery, Newspapers
Mager.lnes.otn. Also, fresh Ktult aula
FOIl I AM I LIES.
Splendid Lot of fine old VINES AND BRAV
Ditto, seleclea especially ior lanniy use, on araugi.1,
by no20 UUUAsON, STOCK .'U Ik CM.