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8UXMT M0RXIS6, APRIL 15, 1800.
THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL.
We publish below a synopsis of this
bill, which has now become n law by
act of Congress, that the people may
see und understand how it affeets as r
First AH persons, without regard
to eotor, born in the tlnilad Stales,
are citizens thereof. N
Second The inltalitants of every
race and color, without regard to any
pievious condition of slavery or in vol
untary servitude except as a punish
ment for crime, whereof tne parly
shall have, been hly convicted, shall
have the same right, to make anu en
force von tracts, to sue, to be partes
to mils, give evidence, and to inherit
THE GRAND JURY.,
' Without the slightest disposition to
dictate in matters that pertain to the
administration of justice, wo feci that
we. are fully warranted in advising the
Grand Jury, which will, meet to-mor.
.row, against frivolous prosecutions.
"Whenever a ari we. has been commit
ted,, and th proof is at hand, it is the
-duly,, as it should bo the desire, of the
grand inquest lur wio ouuiuy iu miuo vurcnase, lease, sea, noia, unu evnvrii,
presentment, but in cases where tho real and personal property', and to have
proof is doubtful, or tha-offimce trivial the iull and equal benefit of all laws and
" f . . . . . . ' proceedings for the security of person and
in its character, it were best to sae r , ' ,. . )ikj
the county the expense of a proseeu- ,,unj,,imeiits, pains, penalties, ond to
tion, to result possibly in a verdict of none other, any law, statute, ordinance,
""acquittal. A few jaru back, Gfand regulation or custom to the contrary
Tnrifl. fnr Hkn conntv returned bills ' witriBuii.uii.g.
; of Indictment against a numher of per.
sons charged with gambling. These
ponsej and! itv not a-, siiijjlo instance
was a party so charged convicted.
mi i . i 1. J.J 1 1 .
of a largflh bill of coats on the county,
Third Any person who,undor color
of any law, shall subject or cause to
be subjocted, any inhabitants- of any?
State or Territory to- deprivation ot
any right secured or protected by this
Act, or to different punishment, pains,
or ponalties, on account of such per
son having at any lime been held in a
condition of slavery or involuntary
The 'present fine weather is fast
drying" Bp the roads, and travel ic
being resumed. " The stage will lavc
here for Canyon City this morning,
and if not "taken in," will be able to
make the trip-wFthout difGcuPfy.
' . . ' , "
Messrs. Bobbins, Weaver & Co.,
will commence carrying the mail to
Canyon CFly about the first of July.
Mechanical labor is-in great da
mand at kGulveslotv, .Texas, .; Carpen
tors get from 85 to 86 per day. :
The franking privi lego has been
grafted to Mrs. Lincoln for ifo. : ;.
Wasco Lodge, No, 15, A. F. & A. M.-
Hold ita staled Communication- on tlie Flrrt nnd Third
Mondays of eicli nionth, nrt tlieir hull. In Dallas City.
Bretlinon hxRooil atnndliigara Invited tirMtcn
Bkth L. Pure. Sec"?. ' , By order or the W. 31.
Columbia Lodge, He 0, 1. O- O. F.--
Meet! every Friday evening at 7 o'clock, iii Gates
Hull,' corner vf Second and Conrt Streutsi Brothers lu
good standing are Invited toattend. liy order. N.O.
DENTAL, NOTICE... Slicing abent sr. ninlte a I-jone BUILDING. WASHINGTON STREET, DA1XDS$.
AlCTION MD CCHISSIOSW
I-rOTJ SEI KO..
100 MAIS. STREET, DALLES,
. i t ! ' ' '
THE TJNDEnSIQSF.D,; THANKFUL TOR PAT
Furors. (arpcctinlly Ilifoilns IliO cltlon" of It .
Dulltn, tuid the public fermn-ully, Ihnt he continues M
Mil at v ' ( v
OK PH1VAXE 8ALK,.
Rcul Estate, . r '
(iiocci Ten, .
...... ' , . . IfcUIKCM, r , ' ' --.
. - . ; ; -IStocUK, &.C. &e,
BEGULAlt SALE DAYS,
s Tuesdays and Saturdays,
Cash Advances made on Consignment,
And PROMPT BKTUDN m- de of sales.
OuJ.door.and Special Sules attended-1 In any part at-
JOHN WlLLIitMS, Auctioneer
SCLLIIVfi OFF AT
J. GOTCTZ & CO.-
professional tour to the town and settlements np tlie
Col umlila. I respectfully call the attention of those of my
patrons who are in need of Dental Opo rations of any char
acter, to the fact, so that tliey nriy have m opportunity
avail themselves of my servlcee before y departure,
so desired: Twill leav alxiut the ZOtH-of Mann, nnd
return to this ptace to reMinie my priirtlce. nliout tho
lSthofJuna. . rfltf. . . J. w. uuiu,r.i.
A to pay which onr prod-uoijig ckssc sfrvitudo, except as punishment for
were heavily taxed. Mona$ thus, ex
pended, might equally well have been
thrown away, and. we refer to these
facts now for the purpose oi impress
ing upon grand jurors the importance
crimev whereof the party snail have
been dly eonvicted, or by.. reason of
his color or race, tham is prescribed for
all other persons, shall bo deemed guilty
of a misdemeanor, and chalf, on con.
vi'ction, be punished by a fine not ex
of. so conducting trneir, investigations ceeding $1,000, or im.risonment not
as to entail the least possible exponso
upon the cbunty. liiat body should
bear in . mind that every bill they rei
. turn involves 'the . county in an ex
pense of.lrom $50 to $100. Now, if
in four cases out of five, all this ex
ponso, is to.be incurred without the
exceeding one year, or botb, at the
discretion of the Court. '
Fourth The United States District
Courts have exclusive jurisdiction of
cases arising under tho Set, ana ulso
concurrently with the Unitou states
Circuit Courts, of all casos,. civil or
criminals affecting persons who are
domed, or cannot enft rco the rights
most remoto probability of. any good secured, by this Act in-judicial tribu
nals of the Stato. United States Mai
shale-, Dmtriot Attorneys, and Agents
of the- Freodmen s .bureau, are em
.powered to prosecute cases under this
bill. Severo penalties are provided
for all persons who may in uny way
being effected, it will be conceded that
the Grand Jury owes it at least to the
r ; taxpay.ersr that they , weigh, well
' every. chacg,e, befprp ina&ingvthe pub
' Uo a party, to. the prosecution.
Tho indictments of all persons, who binder the operations of it
have violate! .the Sunduy Law, is a
'measure which would involve the
county. in .heavy expenses, and at the.
" same time bo productive,o.no corrjos'
" ponding.benefit. Lawo- tlrat that aro
- in adyanco of publio- opinion cannot
well be. enforced. We say this with.
tto disposition to ehiold those who may
The vault of the Bank of France
which'containa more troaur.o ihau
any other sing le spot ou the face of
fjjebo, is acoeaeibla through an iron
door, whiah has three keys, and these
keys are kept by three leading ofGoors
The iron staircase which leads to th
vault, can be detached, and, by
have violated the law, but we epeaJt 0iemjcai apparatus, a supply.of. dead
in thB interest' ot a community at- iv aa can be nrtade tMermeate evorr
r ready, overburdened with taxation,
, and in. the name of. those who will
."' have to foot the bills, we ask tbatthe
CQuntyt. may nat be made a party, to
an.indefinite number of frivolous pros
CCtttions. It Ss too often., the wcatk
ess of Grand Juries to estimate, tho
' valujs of tbeir labors by. the number
P of bill they, present. A. much better
alandttrd' would be that thuy return no
hill that weuld not bear an investiga
tion , in open- court. Let the Jury
adopt this rule, and .they will faith
fully subserve the ends of justice, and
. at tho.ssmo. time avoia a neeuiess vs
jienditure i "of publie money.
ShciIJI's Sale of Ileal. I0tate.
rmY VIHTUI5 1F AN EXECUTION- ismed -by the
11 Clei k of the Clrrnit Court in and for w asm comity
Oreeon.and to me directed, in favor of II. F. HlM-lt,
plaintiff, and airainM .1. 11. r.oyce d ifendant. ror the sine
uf six hundred atid thli tv-tliree d' llar ami elclily-elKht
cen's'($33 (t) In I). S coin, and seventy-five Hollars and
Divy our. OeniH 19,0' D , ID lawmi immj ui ine vinu-u
ttnte. and thirty-three dollars and ninety-tour cents
($:J3 04) cun of enlt, with Interest and accruing co-its,
1 have levied upon, ana win se.i at puuuc niioiioii, unuru
thd Conrt lluuao door in Dalles City, on SATURDAY.
THE 12T1I DAY OF MAY. 1806. between the hours of 12
o clock in. snd 4o'clork p. m., to the iiiitncsi uiutier tor
cash in hand , all of the lpf. nd.it t's interest in and to the
fnlinwlnir described roal estate, to-wit: Lots No. two '2)
three (a) four (4) five (5) six (n) seven (7) elttht (8) nine
(9)ln lllock ftve(5). Dots No. three (3) four (4) five (6)
(i)ana sevontn in nioca eigin oj nwitc a mi-
addition to I)al'es Citv. and the east half of lot No.
tiv (2) in block futtr 4j In longlilin's addition-tn Dalles
City, nnd an undivided 'one-fourth K3 Interoat In- lot one
1 and two 2 111 IIUICK two IBI Irttuew Ulb7rani nil
that lut orprcotofland sltuited in Wiwco eoimt.v, Ore
gon, on the east side or the town plat of J. II. Noyce's
. r it iiiu. .....l.lt. .... In 1V.1I&. I'll. It Itul.in? tl.n lilt
nnrnha'sedhv J ll.Nevceof lie ry IHiver, doecilhed as
fjillowa, to wit : commencing atvtho north west corner of
the land uurcliaed by iirtvy tinver ironi v. u. iiigoiow,
thenrn riluli HIT east tw.-ntv lier. ineocr sou-Jl mreo
undred B0u feet, thtnee west- twentyizuj ieei. inence
xrih three liundied 13001 feet to idwa ni bediininiT.
AIko, a strip or land pun-lumen oi n J. tvauiroii oy j. ii.
Nnvre. twenty f jol Icot wide, ten 1101 rads lone, ami sli-
u ited on tho nest side o said H. I. VValdron'a ami, and
adjoiningslie lots of J. II.'.Neyceon the onst.
SWerilfof T aaco coanty.
Dalles City, Orgon,.Apriri2th,ltG0, ap'J44
Offer their well-seloctod stia-B of
TOBACCO, ' ""' -
SAN FRANCISCO COST.
. JUKE H,
' Main Street.. fjrtlen, ;'
WHOLESALE AND RET JUL DEALElt lit
CIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUIT..
PIPES, Sc'o. ....
ALWAT8 lit STORE TBI MSf-BRAHDfl OF ; V
Uisars, Tobacco, Blatchcs,
part, destroying human life in a few
seoonds, while the whole vault can be
submerged in ten minutes
Our friond Juker, ever' alive to th
wants of the publio has just received
a large and fine assortment of fishing
tackle,, consisting ot fly hooks of all
shades and 'oolors, poles, reeta, Li men
ick hooks, baskets, &o., direct from
San Francisco, and which he will sell
at a small. id vanoe en cost. Now is
the time for the followers ol Izaak
Waltoni.to prepare for amusement. ,
Slierlfl'H Sale of Ileal Cfate.
jjY VIUTCR OK AN EXECUTION Issued by the Clerk
uf tho Circuit Court. In and for naacu entity,
aiiiltn me diret-ted. in tavor of Ladd A Tilton,
Pluintifls, ami it( ilnat James II. Reyce, ueieuuani, mr
the snM of 9- Thoimad ST.0tiO) piincipiaid five
(ir, dnllara costs and disliuraineiits. with Interest and
accruluir cost. J nave itvieo upon aim win bujj ai yiiunu
sirelion. belnre the Court Ilmise door. In Dalles City, on
RATH IliAY. TI1K l'Jtll DAY lllf 9IAY. IBOO. between
the honra of 12 o'clock. M.. and 4 o'clock. P. M., to the
hlrliMl biddar lor rash in hand, all the defendant's in-
terost in and to the r..llowinR described Ileal Kstste, to
wit: IjoIs So two (2), three (3). four (4). Ave (6); six
'in. mviui n eluht I Hi and nine 19). In block No. five
(SL Lots No. three (3). four (4), flvn (8), six (a), and
seven (7), In block In. ehjht (8) in Neycn's and Gibson's
addltPin-to Dulles City; Aid tho east halfoMot Noi two
(2) in block No. tour (4), In uugniiu's aaniiion to uiuies
citv' uid,.iuijiudlvided omffoiirtlv i'yi) ititetmtln lots
No. one (I) ami two (2) In blocta-No.- two (2f, la-Dalles
City; and all that lot or parcel of laud situated in Wasco
County. Or'euon, on the east side of the town Plat of J.
II. Nerro'a and O. D. Gibson's nddlt'oii to Dalles City. It
tanm 'the lot nurchasrd bv J. IV. Nevce of Henry Oliver,
and deiu-riliailuu follows, to wit : . Conimeiicinic at the
north-west-cornor of the laud purchnsed by Henry Oliver
Irom W. D. lIlRelow; tnencn rutininil east twenty
reot; thence sou h, three hiindro I 300 feet; thence west
lu-Hiitv teat: tlicnro north. fSoOl feet to nlace of lieiiin-
n.nir. Also a strip of land purchased of II. J. Waldron
bv J. II. Nevce. twontv 2o: foot wide and ten rods Ioiik,
and situated on the west side of said II. J...Waldron'a
land, and adjoining tho lots of J. II. iveyc on tlifyaast.
1 . . . ., ' OI!S. WU1TK,
" BherliT of "w asci) County.
BltlfotCllJ. ClMton April 12M8M. "1 f r. , ml44
M. POCKKT CUTMSIVjT,
COMBS ira SHUSHES-, it' all lds,- . "
PKUFUMERY. ot evry description, v ' -"
CHINA OHNAMENT8 .v.
TOY8. DOLLS, otc. .
Fl!IMIOiK8and KI8II1N-0 TACKLB,
MUSICAl; INtiTllUMlSNTS, . ,, .
ANrv onons. c.
Also Powder.Shot. Load, rowder Flasks. Baskets, sat
many ether articles too nunierons to mention. -
sl Intorlnr.tlealers supplied with Olirurs. Tubaecevot.
at loss than Portland prices, with frelitht added, ec-
ArrE & oil -AJPir
WUOI.ESALB RETAIL ; ' . .- y
3D R TJ O Gr I 8T8r
8T0NE BUH.DINO, WASIIINOTON STREET,;
. Importers and Jobbers, ot , .f
CHEMICALS 4 BANOV TJOODB,..' ' . TC J-
SODA, CORKS ACIDS, -OILS,
k ALCOHOL,-, b 'Ui; ..,-.,,...;
PUIIB .WINES LIQUOBS. ; I-
PAINTS, GLASS A BHUSIIKS. , '
Accurately compennded.-; ' " 'j st. f V "
A fuiland comnlete assnrtmsnr.of all articles in4h-
Phutograidiie Line, at a S.M ALX ADVANCE ON HH
jJ-Mercliants will plcaso-get oik-prices berore order-
Ins: bolow. ; j i i ;..j.i Jt '
11. L. lll AI'i.N, juaiis imra.
Dallis. t . i . t tsi Bocramtnto, tai.
Jj W. GURLEY,' DENTIST,
'; Malu St.', Dalles, Oregon.
Wfe are indebtod to lions. .Jr II.. D.
Kenderson for copies of bis speech;
. . TB fx IT. 1 1 C . L. . A .
S'r .,, , t- - lanailO-ia. V. lioioroois ior vuo auis
"X ., Prof, Kobb, has resigned his posi Bnj Bw80ulion(.of trhe Second Session
tion as Prinnipal of tbe Dalles Publio of tn, thirty Eight Cfiflgr0se.?
H.rtnl. Thia we refrret: a under Mr. .
' jtobb' . management the. school has Thanks to II.. J. Waldron, of the
hRn conduced in a manner , which. Post Office Book Store, fee. Eastern
reflected credit not only oa. him bill and California papers, and'te Mr,
I iTnllanH Walls. FurrrrtJk Oil's messeni
on. toe vouniy. :
r ' ri'' gar for Portland files. v
Tbb troops atationed'at FdrtDalws- r . s.. ... : ' : -
Tt.tr! nff vesterdav: and conso The whole number ot constitut.iona
"quencUy greenbaera are plenty, in the amendnwbts. now beiore Congress is
Vjarket: . i tweniyeigni.
-HOHF.RRDT GIVEN that BEVt FATIHSR MKSI'l.IR
I has notlilnr to do anv mure with the CATHOLIC
MISSION VAIIM AT THE DALLES; that the leaning of
the said Missiun Farm hy him to JOHN U MKSI'I.IK,
hwii-lnc data of the 6th nf. July. has not b en mtl-
ned by r. Pi. llliAlnt;itt!.i, arciiDisnop oi ureim wij,
Whole Utor guardiait.aiid solo adml Istcator of all tho
property of tbe uatnoiic unurcli at mo mines ami enw
.tiarin'tliat said ArohcislniDss nu ressjuBaiula and shall
not pay any expenditure or Improvements wade on said.
farm, nor nny.ueuia contracieu o j any. paeaon or perauua
not authorized by the sigu pi tue saoscuner.
... ,., .Xl t. Hi MLANCtm.
, - . Archbishop of 0. 0.
Portland, ureixon ApriTTJ, IBOOT allU4wl
I have Just-secslred a lot ot
m-Ti T OU LDH KSI'ECTHHiLY-1 N F611 M
II tl cititeus of this place and vl-
cinlty, that liaviajf retuwed troin f pro- i
leestoliai lour lliroucil tne uiii'"B. lie lias
strain resumed the iiractice of. jEKTISTIIY, In tlia iViw
formerly occupied by hitn, io- the building occupied kr
Wood s lliitlerM'liMHirriipft mints, anil aujnining nai
ilr.or irw.' Drug .Store. He takes nwthod of-
tending thanks, roa the . liberal pnu online lieretoioraj sx-
tended to bun, and solicits a continuance oi tue same.
L1HT or PI1ICEH.
Entire, Di-nturf on fluid Biuin..........H...........$180 totZU
upper ucnuire, ioia Jinee....i.i w - r-v
11 Di-nture.-Vulraulte llase 70 " I'M
f Upper Denture, Vulcanite Dnso Jit " r H
Gold Kilitni!siiirtdiruni one dollar upward.
Chlldrena' Teeth extracted free af charge. - nt3-tf
Treasurvr's Notices . .
rVHIR POLWlWINO CO'Jl""vOnDERS will be psia
IftS . Jl W Cmndall. '
J B Harford.
J It Harford.
T M McAiwHa.
C It Melts.
3 B Harford-1
YHilch I will sell al rouonnhle Pricw.
CTR .Y S T: A L ' S A1 L 00 N
,-. ,( ..j.., : , , ; . and.' ,,,, ;;, ;.. :,, ; , ,( :
V BIXiX;IAllI 'room, ; ,
' ' ' - JO H if RtlDjt.AIJn, PraprlsMr.
WASIIINOTON ST., next deor to FKENCI1 A OILMAN.
upon presentation amy ofiire:
When HfMtUrut.'. e I'luts.- - no.
July 14, 18C5........ 6
15. -..I 8..
17, " :-.....--.6....,....1S :
Ang, , - 6 .ISO
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Sept 8, t .VWI
Not. , ft. .........2M
Nov 10 - uJui Jl
Nov 10, 6.:....- 70
Bw. -Ss i..6....i..-.!i7 .. ,,.
Deo-13 " ..u....r.; 171. - Jess. I.'ee). j
Jan. 6 18C9 ..........6...., .464 v J II Ilnrfrd
Jan.13 Wg. JEIlelt
Veb ' 6 .4K4 B W Mitchell. ..
, k'X i . Vltl J. rALDKON.TreuetetSf. .
RIILCII COWS I MILCH t'OWSIl '
EIPTYSrPBHIOft MlVjCn COWS FOR SATJM Ik
qalrt at Iks Uocxiuxua Orrica. a?aTl-