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' Is PE tC II OF J . GAMON. L>Q,. ON
THE Ot.CASlON OF B B E tkIN G
GROUND FOR TUE OKEGON UEN,
$hf äfflftklg ßolh (Bounli) J&ijnal.
IS iSSLtl» EVLgY MONDAY MORNING,
(C&ncbtftd fro m last [reek )
[Cheers and huirah» for Sm ith.]
The board of directors believe that
rerir*.—On# year, $3 00; lix mentis.
when the subset ipltoa list of this city
150; three months, $100.
is closed up, they will have ample
TEEMS FOR CLUBS:
means to construct and equip the first
Five copie», one yrar. $13 75; T#o copi"»
twenty miles of the road, after which
*n# ear, $.’5 00, end t r any greater cumber
time the State and Nutiooal aid will bt
at $3 50 per unnr.m.
available. The land granted by Con
Subeeriplintt mutl be /• ’ ill etrirllff in endvrn
gress is of greater vulue than swppoeetb
After exploring the public lands in
Washington twunty likely to fbll to
! POLII IC AL L’OR H UOPO N DK N CE. mentality of* union * meetings, buncomb
S A I , U M
the status of affairs now existing abou* lhi** Company, (and which coaid not
speeches, display of flags and other
The Oregonian ha-* betaken itsalf to
bt scBursd upon any other route up the
E ditor S ignal .
buffoonery to attract the attention of praising the Irish, It has been hut a the Unionist, establishment. R e tu r n valley1) the U* unty Surveyor reports
I fimi in the Oregon Herald of Aprii fools. For it would ha unwarranted
, from a consideration of the entire ar- 75,UU0 acres worth five dollars per acre
m is MILL HA VI G B E E N EN TIB ELY
very short time comparatively sneaking,
rebuilt infide, m i the ui"»t improved liti» a statement, declaring that the
upon the completion of the first twenty
raiigcmcnt with loathing.
presumption to suppose tin t all the in
Nulling inacLiiury iutr dueed, i* du « ruuaing
Union party is the old Kluck Repub telligence had been confined to the »¡m e the edi’or of that |»|#r belong» d
tu tuli vapaciiy. We inauutatiurc
With Mr. Li>|iaiib private character miles of road, and 25,000 ocres of less
vulue, and he adds: “ If the public
lican party under a false wune. N\ ith
Democratic party exclusively, while all as “ Native Americans ” and one of we have nothing to do. It is enough lands along your line in the other coun
Double E xira
due deference I wou'd be*; leave tu
original Republicans were “ simple whore leading tenets was opposition to for us to know that he has been made ties aie equal y valuable us those in
differ, as facts d> not wirrunt that the
minded men *’ who had been “ gul *d ” the “ izuorant lii'h and Dutch ’* voting the standard bearer of a political party ihis cmin y. they will more than con
Union party ia the old Black Repub*
i ,* -. i which is resi actable for numbers ami struct an q up the road.” The line
into the support of niea**ures that were unti! tuet
adopt* u b) tlm Company upon the west
.... years. This
... . sau.e Lull»»»
» j , ...
t 11 >
. 1 «I
!.. fact ofi'aelt
1 é give# LI»..
.Wii|M'rfine F lour. J lie <n party under h false name; but is a antagonistic to the principles they pro Mates 2 !k
him side «if the river, combines all the ad
new party coiupused, at least so far as
Japp«,] k L lia a l* with joy when the j ¡uip<*rtaoce «od rrapaetaliilitj sufficioet vantages of stra'ght alignment, very
sg.it lurpae^d by at. brand un the Pacific the leaders are concerned, of an heter fessod.
A BLACK REPUBLICAN. news reached this c«.u-t the “ Plug j ,u *r r *t n h f « *n one breath of vilifi light grading, aim less bridging expense-
n^rneous mass of dishonest politicians
M onmouth A pr . 27, 18t»S.
U glys” of Rail more bad wuruVed. M ,»un or detracti»»* at our hands. It than through m y other portion <»f the
country, whileii dra as a region of the
Large Orders filled a the aherteat aeiioe.
0f biith parties combined, a gfaud CnU-
stabbed and stoned lrieli etti.s* us and '
* ‘»h «*>« principles he represents— richest lauds in the Slate. It may
Finar, Mid Ilio , *aJ Braa etUat th# idettce game played by a set of design.
principles which we conceive to be rad also be added as a reason, in addition
S edition .—T he House of Repre driven the in from the polls. -
Mill, at wholesale euty
j ing deni igogu- s, to deceive the unwary seutatives at Washington, says file
The gist of the Ornjon an's love (?) ically wrong— which we piopose todtaL to the great saving of expense in hiidg-
W. fi. MANU F ACT l 'BINO CwMPAN*
lor the purpose of robbing the u of the Mor nitty Coll, seems determined to
for the 1 1 ¡»»li now is. .h it about seven and with which We intend to deal, ir- mg the Wil amette at or near this city,
the three forks and overflowed country
fruits of their labor, through their vari
X. F. GROVER, Agent
ihe time of the elder Adams. Among
near Eugene, a 4 well as the many other
ous swindling devices known as direct
the additional articles of impeachment voting the radical ticket. The leading
I >rge aud rapid mountain streams put
taxes, internal revenue and duties on agtin-t the President is the terrible radical papers, and ra*li«al orators,
ting in ou the east side, that the west
imports. Rut as a mere assertion with* eh urge that he spoke disrespectfully of at the East, proclaim that the nigger is
side contains something over three^
Hon. David I^ogan, in his speech in hmidi ed thousuud acres wore agricul
out proof amounts to Bulbing, let facts Congress. For this he is to he hanged,
abetter citizen and a more in’eliigcut this city on Monday last, in order to
tural land, according to the ftifevern-
1 Uc examined to see whether i s y idtii drawn and q-irtered, figuratively. D
ttic President can be punched fur such j voter than the »n»h and Dutch, and
|( t-ît*tr fu h[S auJifwrs that it wa« inent surveys, than does the east side
lily can be traced between the Union
an offense, so can every citizens ; and the O r t y o r m n * ay* amen . 1 here is a pa. necessary, right and proper to akoliah of tiie river. The important centers
party and the old RebuWican party as ; jf tJitf ]i|>e.rtici
J4t Washington sue
f-er published at Chicag« by a p uritan,! slaver* and enfranchise* the negro^ lik* of trade upon the east side cun be easi’y
and perfectly accommodated by the
1 it ex ite d before the war.
! ceed iu accouq
road upon ihe west side, while the same*
As a podtieal party i* an asseciatian . thè t tne is not far distunt whencit;xen**
liisl men have bran ineuced to take i* fi^d f.ili«*ii out, and a third party had could not be done by a road upm> the
! of men to carry out ceruin principi«»*
ably crit'uining ( luiigresJqnal aets.— j through the i:« *e uf its name; it is |*een »Jfclled in to sett’e the matter. e isi side «d'tlie river. These are some
! . r political tue »eures, the qiicw.iwn l'or whaf ìm a eriine in thè case of ilio j
not as Irish piper, but an out sn 1 on» whieli third parly, before lie could or ! of the r«*a*ous influencing the C«>mpany
in its location of the road. All we d»-
arise— »hat were
the prineiplew President can Le no h*ss a crime i** t. e ;
negro sufliaga concern, •*»t»bli**bed hJ would proceed to the bu-ioess in hand. \ sire :» a lull investigation of this ques
1«feu led by the Republican ] » rty be
the radical State ( vutral Uonnuittee of dcmandeJ to know the basis, or in tion.
ore th* c«»iu mence tuent #f hostility*4, c\er. a4 tliere is stili a sh;wh*w of Lee j
In regard to the futurs prospect's eU
loie of speach und opinion lel't, we j HI., purpntely tft «lesrive thè lri»h, und ' other words, tlm cause of thè diffieulty
«s tiub n t l in t lu* resolutions »•? tin -lu ll avail ourselves «it it to g.vp ex*
th«^V'. mt any, th t Boord of Directors
s editad by a bruk**n down hack ol Now, sa d Mr. Logan triumphantly,
j Chicago j» atform, an ipt? 1 by »bo R ** pression to our opinion, that
a « b'ifliy
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. . . .
J »aufc aware that promises of great things
’ , , i
a Presbyterian i pre;
fo is paper would tt not b eiuo.upatible with souud L .o u l ( 1 ^
H|^de ai|d lhey wou-d
midi«"»n Convention in 1* 10 ? ami inora dangerous to t lu* liber», es of the i
* » a. whether those pr • rip.! •- have n *t been i*z 'pie—more inimical to o*ir inst.tu *ays to the Iri ish of Aineriea. vote lor reasoning to suppose t!iis third party cost not hi a g ; yet we prefer to stick to*
a reconciliation between a rule long since adopted, that we w ill
ent .ely ignore 1 xud r« au«
Uy tii< j Mo»»* t'i<l Government—newer existe«! negro suíír.igc straight, and the Oreyo. ] eou’d
: o this country than the present Con niait tgain says amen, of course. \\ e tli«‘s«r two in igbbors w i:h »ut first remov- promise ««.thing winch cannot certain
Union |s«rty. Let Is t* **jK.* ik for the *i «ress.
ly be performed, believing it far better
-rlv-e«*. The secami section of ti*«
to promise moderately, and faithfully
perfonn, rather than by large promisee
Chicago Republican platform declare*«:
T y : : F ibst T wenty Y’ f a r s .— Live mentioned or the newborn love ofj
cause,” might have been one or both .«nd pretensions, ra:se expectations io*
• Tlvit the hi ihteiucnce of ilie princi as long as \ou tuav, the ürst tuent «
the public mind that result in disap
plea promulgated iu the Declorati >v ! v**ai* form the greater part of yvur life. their race recently betrayed in the c«»l j of the wivws of the belligerents, and to pointment. Our cos-tract with the city
urn ns of the O r e y m i a n . The radicals i have lomoved "eith er of them Diighi
itdiox'inlance an 1 eaibod c l in tne I’hey appear so when they are* passing:
of Portlaud and Washington county,
[ c C n u lle y
I ha»e subjeetod Mr. Third Party obligates the Company to put the road
il Al.RX At
«i«* i h >ti tuted auiong m»*a to secur« more rotini iu our metuorv loan all th*
aforesaid to a h — 11 of a “ broom, stick- in operation between Portland and
IIillsbor*» before-the close óf 1H69-—
d i: a T I S T N .
or ut bis «.wo funeral.
their inalienable rights, deriving tha*i | years that sm*<*eed them.
This will be <fr>ue, but how maeh soon
If this be so. how important tVsf
FFITE on Flat »tree», over GUI«’ Book J - t p«»wr>* frou^tiie consent •I’ ll.» g"V
wc^ do not promise.
TIIE D IFFE R EN C E.
! tlivv sliould be Basted in planting go *d
M«r«*. Salem. .ion.
K rr C arson paased through Monta
cere monies of to*»iay are noemp.
All operiation • per. mc-*à V*y ui are Warrante.
: rinciples, cultivating goinl tastes,
ty show The work is now commenced
D u rirg tlir entitc present ca»tp«ign
to give «.ilisi;»'*ti'<il.
! *f «>uí K.-I mblican instita ions : an ! sfrengtliening g*>od habits, fleeing fra.m
of tha R i m o n t i saw him, and sava : in confidence, and will be vigorously
r-sf* One of t'.u* tn ms y t*e f.*»*n *1 in nt.r r’ie furierai constitution, the r gilts ot
ill those pleasures which lay up bitter we have not n«>tie.*d a word or lit.* in •‘ Door K it—»*!d, thin, atten uate!—in pr«>secut«*d to complete success.
a.. ^*itil 4 r
offi *e fc<*m & «*’«!o*.-i
the s t .tes. and the union of tiie st.t«> ness and sorrow for time to come! 'l ake aov Democratic paper reflecting in the th«* teat stupra pf eon su mot ion. d^ing
By some, it is supposed we_»re rely
1 V. II. \l EX \ X HER.
uu*t itfid sliall be preserved.” Now 1
ing exclusively on* Oregon capital to-
voiir li'e, and v>»u may hupe that thr al character or j arsonal habits. Now,»c to tiie hunting grounds in tlu.* spirit build our road. This is a great mis
( \ P I T % la
C" O f i'j 8a would ask m y candid mail, when oi last tweivty years will take good care »>i
. u J .’
take. We expect to call for aid in the
a>k every candid Republican to a*k
«here has the union j^rry ever c.rried V"U.
U l t'orner «.I **• .to and I i!»erty ^ts.,
f..reign money markets, ns soon as we-
himself whether Mr. Smith's personal
out the pr¡M«*¡plca here cnuncated.
Mil. L ogan arraigns Mr. Pendle have made an earnest of the work at
habits, and personal character, will not tlU, ;i„.j makes him say, by »juoting iu me. believing that those who first
» lien aud \*here h is the pr a *¡¡»1
Wi MZUS T 5 Ü v r B U R Y .
H0Î/1E1 Z i ï i ï W
boar the closest scrutiny? Yet a debauch-1 detached sc utfnccs olJiie * p w li. * 1 » t help them-elves in a work of this kind:
AYING LEADED Till«* LARGE. a li Ich declares *' tout g »verument-
*t Elegant Motel, i" pre ¡ .
. . .
A True Frophet.
»*«i, f«ml.mouthed, low bred, drunken, j the Sou J i goin peace/'Did out Greeley, will more certainly secure favor from,
pare*! to arri.iuui ite »«otti p. rmanent «n.i |'»«rive J icir just |s)Wers from Hie gov.
those who have it to grant.
Iraniiihl tioar-t* v* 1,1 »t1«' B l . s l s i \ I.E, will arned ” ever been maintained, and the
d. g ra le*l,
characterless the gt ■eat God head of the republican
So far as the present Board of Di
On a certain occasion Daniel Web
Or without 1 ..Migli L My <>l«j tri» i.J> ¡»loi tili**!.,
bummer ; a p*»"r, irresposib e vagiboml party repeatediy »^celare in most eui} hat- rectors are concerned, the work will be
a r t the travclii.^ and rcs«,K*i*t pi* 1*1 it- a:, • f<*i r »! const i u’ ioii ’ und the ‘ rights
c *r leilly invited I • xlend I»» me a Gir sli.r* of the su ites’ ever b.»en preserved by ■»ter, t h«* great aj »»stle of t*e C*>nstit*i- ainl wretch, is imported into this State
ici! terms that it wrs the duty of the gov. c«mstructeil by white men, holding-
Ol patronage. 1 a ire them that no pain* wil.
tion and the union, speaking of the
L>: -pared to ao c n
late IhiUI to U«c Ul..**l the union party? Again we find in tin*
and given the editorial control »*f a p a-! eminent to let the South goin peace: If tlu- policy to be the best for the Com
IHE .MARKET Ah EOKDá.
pany and f«»r the State.
p* r, the Unionist, which speaks l..r tlu*
isalem, Feb. V, IStiT.
tf fourth s«*etion of the same platform.
We r«*gret to advert to the fact, that
“ IF THE INFERNAL FANAT radical p arty; wc say this iucarnuti»»n
* That the maintainence inviolate of the
the N. Y. I T rih u te containing these another oor|»orution, incorporated long
l \ IO \
f tt ? « « T i l l a ,
rights of the state#, aud especially, the ICS AND ABOLITIONISTS EVER of human depravity »«sails Mr. Smith tie
since the one we represent, still con-
tinut s to use our corporato nume. It
right of each state to order and Control GET DOWER IN TH EIR HANDS, \.iJi all the dirty obscene, indecent and j
COM Mt K* I AL STREET,
is not the fault of our Company that
: UXEGOS. its own domestic institutions according to THEY W ILL
SÁ /. Eßl,
OVERRIDE TIIE vulgar epithets he can command, and I T iie Eastern exchanges are com- this conflict and confusion of num^s-
it** .wit judgment exclusively, is cs«eti
when it i» y. Known that he graduiteli at
‘ V Y V s f j " . millers are send* » xist, nor have we spared any moans to-
-NED HAVE OPENED
to the Yank» »*s which is so
the Five Points, it will not be won«lo
this New and « nmmlifUS Hotel and are tial to that ballancc of powers ou which
lia»e the questions involved speedily
determined t» keep it Serond t*. uo House i:i the perfect km and endurance of poli ti PREME COURT AT DEFIANCE. eil at that he is an adopt in this style t}lL, v|.,, j R wkh wiitejeoru m>.il • Ii «t and fairly adjusted. During the pres,
ks nude (lie re from ;«*tc
Faleui. Tlnir ta ** will le funesti«») wiij
cal fabric depend ; stud we denounce CH A NG E AND M A K E L A W 3 T( ) of argum ent. Not a w .rd has lie to m uro lik«* corn dotiger than wheaton ent week, offers have been made by
the REST THE* oUN I RV Af FORDS.
Give them a rail.* id try them. They have |
How are you, wuodett nut*!ueg 4 the officers of this Company to gentle-
double aud tdiiglu >oui.» f* r La*ticï ai.d Gen the lawless invasion by armed force ol SUIT THEM SELVES, LAY VIO say concerning principles; he knows ¡ <
men eonnccted with the rival organi
1 » is.* wood hams ?—JiHoa tState
: the- «Soil of any state or territory, no
zation. prop«»ing an nrbitrati«»n« or an-
LENT HANDS ON THOSE. WIIO
* TERMS KHASONAXLB.
amicable suit in the courts to speedily
matter uuder what pretext, as among
to Oregon supposing his advent w< aid
^fíT*Warm an Cold Laths in connection
DIFFER WITH THEM IN TH EIR
the i].i»stion in di.-pute. upon th«-
; idt»* gravest oi crime».’’ Rut how long
be heralded with a flourish of trumpets
riti» the llou^e.
A|] \ prinoiples of equity and ju stice ; but
OPINIONS OR DARE QUESTION , by the party
« . i n*a is
u He good thing * on the Y an ks, ut last
ULAGK-HAU tv LIVERY VIAULE, were tin? rights of the states ami es
! it n lot tuna tel« for tl»e interests of this
pecially the riglit of each etate to con. THEIR IN FA LLIB ILITY , AND afterwards eompi.liliali bitterly through New Engin in ! can only r:« se grain city and of the State, cur overtures
ini nn>l S to le S iite le ,
i trol its own d » uestie iuatitutious accord, F l N A L L Y B A N K R U P T T il E the columns of tke Union st that the enou.lt to «lo th inhabitants tt.ereol have b* en declined.
In.conclusion,.permit me to. return
j ing to its o*vu jmlgment d elu siv e ly , COUNTRY A N D* DELUGE I T Democratic press paid no attention to six weeks.
^ S. D U RBIN k CO., % V i : • , - , t - - , , ,
the thanks of tlvb Board «»f Directors
his effusions n »r treated him with decent
c f / 1 « uiatotaiot?d ‘ inviolate *by the union WITH BLOOD.”
A m , Doan.—This twaddle about to tile capitalists and people of the city
At their Old Sta d, wish a New Fire Proot p:»rty, when it was considered essential
respect, and lor that matter, that the Mr Logan having been subsidized bv of Portland, and of the counties of
That party did, by dint of slumrest
Bri.k Just Completed.
roulU r< -pc-ctfully in fona our <>M to that balance of power on which thè jugglery, finally g , 4 in ti power, a n ! r«|,ul/,,CiM' F™*» hud treated Inm.but j ,jia Duu.oemts, or, as is most frequent Washington and Yamhill for th iir-
r E. frien.tauri
u.»t*>inurs tliut we are at nur perf.-Ction alni endurance ot Olir politi
I ly «-barged. I.y Mr. Smith his opponent. tri« ud.* hip and material aid. with the-
ohi pia«1« of buaii" M, with u New Fire-Fmof
, .. , . ,
the result is before the couutry. Taka little better.
UHsnruncc tliut the work now to be for
Brìek Statile, i,*oiVfBÌ«nlljr arrHiii»eil ; ea<-li \ ®'4* Libile depClid } Ulld wIlCII baS thè
mally inaugurated shall ou its compie.,
stali i" ventiliate'» l.y a due in thè Wall.
be made the servant and* promot
gtriet attenil-.n ami thè hext <>(' forale
of southern states, under the pretext of
given t> all stock loft in our euro.
« r of our future growth. pr«»sperity and'
to be ti4»*d as he is being used has suffrage that supieion such a thing.
n<> 10 tf
J udge D. M. Harris, having been
wealth, and her»* upon the hanks of the
maintaining the union and supporting
neither brain*», cultivation, manners n
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the government, ever been denounced nominated as one of the Democratic gentility—does not realize the turpi*
Ouu PltKfLRENCK.—S ren e—Louisi beautiful Willamette, sitali arts» a city
N E W DRUG S T O R E !
which, holding the keys and being the
as ‘ one of the gravest of crimes:’ oer- electors for Iowa, in accepting, tfife posi tude involved in traducingriic character ana Convention.
Next Door to G. W . Gray k Co., tainly not by the union party. I f there tion very pertinently asks: la the
T u n e- -Recess—Two mud colored gateway and Itaudiuai«! to the c«>iu-
of a gentleman whose good name Delegates discovered munching peanuts tnerce between th»*'-Atlantic- and the
is any sim ilarity existing between the event of the election of a President dtfics cilumny. But this fellow and discu-sing National A flairs.
Indies, shad rival WeiMce in its adorn,
and Constantinople in its wealth.
Mr. J o u sin g :—“ L«x>k heah, Mia-
Gat the mercy of viilians in high plare
J . E. CI-ARK Druggikt «L Apothecary. union party and the old Republican
i party, I have been unable to discover, of the country, and the Radicals shall just now, who, a»s a consideration for t;‘b Hamlin, who am jour choice. Ur
XRTIfTL A R :itimri*>n »*iven to putlinsr | ?
R. li. Co.
, . .
«. 0 » ,»r « t
1 de furst place iu de gift ob de people?”
up Phyniriati Prescription« mi l Domntie it. Not only is the policy the uniot attempt to count 70 electoral votes in th<„r
keeping the Sheriff . 1 b .y « « I , Ml
.— - 1. shill p h u,y
Pr«*pRrationr, in a careful auil cxpediti«»us
party lias pursued oppo-ed to the prin
thus extending his lease on the thrice unitet] gUpp.irt to St^iah Uhase, de |
Agent for S tavlet ’ h P i rr M kdcisal ciples of the old R»*publican party, but* which 70 votes, so counted, shall make b.iukrupt concern, demand that he gt ntleiuan w.at owns de Suprut Court.” | When a young lady offers t(fhcm
it is evident that the former is compos a majority over the white electors, shall devote the few remaining weeks T o n s im j :—“ D;ire l,fails to agree wid cam’ ric handkerchief for a rich bach-
J» K. VaERO,
allotted to him to exercise owoorship >.,,u* hrudder llaiplii*. u .j ...to an* lor c|or, s h . u.eaaa to ,-ew io order that
ed of as many original Democrats as what will the people do?
1 de extmguislied solger, .Molasses Grant, may reap,
»RÀCTICA1 I1ARRF.R and HAIR Republicans, who joined the union
We s ty inaugurate, tiie white Pres over the office, to the wholesale attem pt.
_ , . , - — .
d r k jw k k .
party through the influence and iuatru- ident “ by the eternal.’'
at blackeuiug the characters of go al
Qo to Collins for law bus:neat.
Brown’s , Brisk f*t Bargsimk
JUldrpt ciçuee, Oregon.
J. H. UPTON,
DALLAS, OREGON. MONDAY, M AY 11, 18C8.
F L o n t n i i .nil. I.:
CROCKERY A T '