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About The Polk County signal. (Dallas, Or.) 1868-1??? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1869)
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF POIK CO.
f t ESI>AY MORNING, JAN. 2C, 18«».
mo- -<--ij» . •, » Jw M ,5S(» *
■ i 4 t i
that oi.e nl buch iu H uchco and e titu -ih |
ti*>n o f State Rights, and in favor o f
maintaining a Constitution that guaron
gsajrThe publication day o f the S ir.' ! Had this jnst and raitionl sentiment,
NAL is changed to Tuesday
ever since the adoption o f the ( ’onr>titi>
CONGRESS R E B U K E D B Y GEX-
tion. actuated the people and the State
and Federal Govei'umcnN.tne cove no jr
o f the Constitution
would have beau
t e r r ib l e
th e î'jrtlaud
been no invasion oi guur^üteod rip
tahgs (Jecided exceptions to the rp e :;h
uo sectional animosities, but h a w o v y
made by Gen! Sherman at Chicago c.i 1 ^c jid have reigned among the Stata>
the occasion o f the late soldiers’ dein- and the people, and we should uow be
npipHrasion. *. a., disorderly and ridicu an united, prospering, contented, un-
le** pcu»-wt>«r, we are disposed to view taxed and wealthy Repqhlic. Geuerul
that General’* expression in quite an Sherman, seeing the manifold evils and
other and differept light from the view
he^d Ijy the Commercial.
The fact is,
ire fear that Bro. Dow has conic to
the conclusion that nothing good can
V come out o f Nazereth.”
The following extract embodies about
all G eo. Sherman said on the aforesaid
Happily, my friends, you did not belong to
lha£ class o f our people iu who.se hearts was
planted, from youth, the pernicious doctrine of
State power, and tnat the citizen should love a
part o f the country better that the whole. You
were reared in a better school, and taught to
revere the Constitution o f the whole country.
Now, we think the Commercial will
agree with us that Gen. Sherman iss a
man of at least prdiuary stnijc and sa
g a city Jlpucc that paper mu^t see
that yi)len the Gen. addressed himself,
i ti ; t i t)
. i . ; i « t i t * A F a ll en !t3 n n l(^ed by bis
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iidi an l then ¿urre::ders t
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C , / 1 V . * • i j V* * tY e . . V-/».. i u t m I m « y — . . . - * . ; . o The Steamer Union Sunk cn "he
“ You were re-
molest degree to republicans or the re
pqblican party ?
W ho would have the
hardihood to assert that republicans
had ever been tauuht to “ revere the
Constitution o f the whole country ?”
They have been schooled to a different
belief. W endell Phillips, the groat
I lili« U .
,1C ' in
:a Î .
as a s w ,•
an.! van Scr-
. ùra 00513,
who distinguished himself during the
late civil war. Bonnet went with me
to California, from Oregon, parly iu the
spring o f ’47. Soon after pur arrival
bEA R B O IlK .
W . u . W A T K I N D S ,& i'o
D J 3 3 IN ’ S BICK, Commercial 8treet,
S A L E II f.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL
CASH P B I 6 S
for W H E A T and O A T S .
Their facilities for receiving and sacking graiq
are unsurpassed anywhere in the State.
Steamboats laud regularly alongside o f
tbeir Ware House at all seasons o f the year.
!»add 1 e r y - H ard tv a r e .
L'iinlidgs», & c ., AC.
friend writes us from Lafayptte
under date pf Jan. 18, as fallows :
The quiet o f our town was disturbed
a horrible murder had . been com
in Chehalem Valley. 1’ res.
perfectly wet and said he had
jumped iuto the Yamhill river with the
intention of drowning hiiqself, and gave
as a reason that he had committed a ter
rible crime, aud, failing to pnt an end
to his existence by drowning, h^d con
cluded to come aud glye himself up to
the Sheriff. Shortly afterwords, a couri
er arrived from
m ilA N K F O L For past patronage, $nd hlTin
A returned to tbeir old place of buffiues
would rr.-pectfully cull atteutiou to tbeir
news that Presley Hall had murdered
UMO. 4. anus.
Concord Stage Harne.-s.
AND OWN W O B X
FOR TH E
killing him instantly.
The same correspondent under same
! he exhibited the gold and earnestly
I urged me to return with him, saying date says:
that I could get any amouut of gold
On last night the P. T. Co’s. Steamer
T • . . . . T
, , ,
II wished, but l was rather mcredulou-* Union coming down from McMinn
j and deelined making the return with
ville with about 20 tons o f freight,
; my family, hut in a very short time
thereafter, the whole population ot the struck on the falls at this place and
country, men worn« n and children were went down. She is badly injured.
wending their way to the “ piomised The I nylon took her freight and pas
there are to ho found Democratic edi- land ” and I soon found myself driffting
sengers ou down.
tors who are destitute of a knowledge | with the curreut, anu ere long lauded
From the same that putrid sore throat
alike o f the magnitude Of the debt and , UP°‘ the golden shore,
prevailed at Lafayette.
the e probable effect repudiation K0UI,| mained in California until he made hi»
11^ returned to Oregon, volun*.
From the Oregonian o f the 18th
ice. put it upon -h ig h moral prmc- : tecrcJ in In<lia0 Wi,r,
ciples and go into spasms and cry shame ! j |,|S remains uow repose in the cemetry that-a man by the nunc of EUis a mer
chant in Astoria, was tried for the crime
when they chance to seo a sentence they at Salem,
AND DYE STUFFS,
Saddle-trees, S i i t c h e s ,
B earsk in s, Stirrups
A n d L in in gs.
Skirting, B ridle, B elt and J.ace Leather
SHEEP, DEER, KiP and CALFSKINS.
j a r HIGHEST CASH PRICE PA I» FOR
At the Did Stand formerly occupied by M. R v
COX A CO.,
UNION BLOCK, C om m ercial Street,
SALEM % OREGON.
A liberal discount made to country trade.
QEO. A. EDES.
SA U L. H E A D R IC K .
and B E E S W A X .
W. IL WATKINDS,
k C o .jp
M A G IC W a s h in g P ow der»
Kobi n»on A: Co., Salc'in.
F E E D , G R A IN A N D F L O U R !
F or sale by GrocersCJcii-
t ¿ra|l y,
B u y them ! T ry t h e m !
o f rape upon a young girl o f abmut ten
“ THE OLDEST NEWSPAPER.
pentre ot republicanism, and the boou can by any possibility torture iuto “ re-
To Oregon is justly due the honor of years ; was convicted aud sentenced to
companion in political belief o f the pudiatiou.”
For pgr own part, w e h a v e never as j
“ late lamented,’* declared in a speech
x s o x s MAdJC WASHING POW
I on the Pacific coast. The Spectator was
A telegram to the Unionist, from R , o m
tier? are” succt:i»«ifully introduced thro’
to a reception tendered him by Lincoln, yet expressed an opinion as to the jus fir#t
first issue<t iu February 1846. Tl*c Jacksonville, <»f date Jan .y 18, reports uui Oregon,and are universally pruiiouuouuc'd
in \Vash ington, in 1864, that he had live, injustice or feasibility o f any line u j W o . T ’ Vault, and the publisher ,
. . .
4 . . . . . . l* »: „ ** t » m
several more deaths irom small pox as The best W ashing Compound in U se!
It ; Mr. John P leming. were members ot the |
labored fof qtuptpcn years to dissolve of policy embracing “ repudiation.
also new eases.
the Uniqq “ qnd thank God I have at
« ^ mi
1845, with the n writer o f this.
W . (J.
The following amendment to the ZT*ii~Fur sale by 0 . B. STILES, EulHasf.*. 3
last succeeded- „ Then it is obvious long m advance oPa possible realization.
! 1 \ ault being Captain ot tlie company Constitution o f the United States w;:g
enough that Sheiman had no reference \\ e hold ourselt ready, at th etproper i wj,et) ¡t started'from the Missouri river
reported on the 15th :
to the republican party when he uttered time, to be found on oue or the other 'J'lie first paper published in California.
“ Article 15th— The right o f citizens
side o f the yet embryo proposition, and was issued on the 15th of August 184*).
(he sentiment above quoted.
It was published and edited by Me-srs o f the Uuited States to vote and hold
The last sentence in the said extract will say this mu oh now, that the cry of
Colton & Semple. Commodore U. F. office shall not he denied nor abridged
cannot but meet a hearty respouse in the mock sentiment list that “ repudia'* Stochton was the first originator o f the
by the United States nor any Stare on Office— No. 104 Front Street, Portland,
t^c breast o f every good citizen— “ to tion” would ruin the cred itof the United publication ; it was first published iri
account o f race, color, or previous ser
revere the Constitution o f your whole States is all bosh. The question is I Monteray, but afterwards in San Fran
(Opposite Franklin Book Store.)
country,” and this limits the meaning k W : W ho, in C M o f a fore.?» w,ir | « ¡ « o , . portion o f its.«oluiun. was prin
ted in the Spanish htpguage.
IL L HIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO
The Oregonian o f the 18th contains
o f tho otherwise improper expression— * in which the United .States is liable to
the Collecting and adjustment o f ac
The lirat paper ever published in a very lengthy editorial in which strong
counts, bills and notes: Negotiating Inland
“ the pernicious doctriue of State power,” be engaged, would come to the rescue San Francisco, then called “ Yerba
ground is taken in favor o f Chinese lulls; effecting loans; selling and leasing real
for the Constitution which he admon. and loan her money after her es Buena ” was the California Star; the
estate ; house renting, and to the general agen
Labor in Oregon.
cy business iu all its branches.
ishes all to revere says— “ The powers cutcheon was stained by an act o f re
the 7th o f January 1847. It was pub
JAS. L. DALY.
not delegated to the United States by pudiation." W e can answer that ques
lished by Mr. Samuel Brannun and
E Q U A L R IG H T S .
the Constitution, nor prohibited by it tion intelligently.
The very same par edited by Dr. E. 1*. Jones, and was a
to the States, are reserved to the States tus now holding the Goverment's obliga small sheet, about 12, by 15 inches.
The New York E toning Post calls
D IS S O L U T IO N N O T IC E .
respectively or to the people.”
tions would be but too glad to loan her Mr. Brannan landed in.Ualifornia some
time in July 1816. The writer of this
The partnership heretofore existing
This interprets the meaning of Gen. more money on the same basis o f the
was in the employ of Brannan in 47 article, for ingulging in so much disqui between S. Mitchel and M. Bos* ndorf
£herman, when he denounces “ the per present debt, though repudiat on, fin a l and 48, and at some future time may i ...
i • . r »
, . . . ,, uuder the firm name o f Mitchel & Bos
. . . .
nicious doctrine o f State power,” to be and unconditional shout t tak p 'ace to give a short skech of his life. It lias
endorf, is this day dissolved by mutual
h novel, interesting j w
the right consent; S. Mitchel continuing the
the resumption and exercise by States, morow. It would be a very paying in
and excitingone. Mr. Editor what has jot producers to sell their products iu business, to whom all accounts due to
o f power they hayp granted in the Con- vestment. The fact is, the great bulk
become of that society of “ Oregon j ^|ie best market, and the right o f con* the late firm must paia, and who will
stitutiop, to. tho United States; and the o f'th e outstanding liability o f th‘i G ov l’ ioneers” organized iu ¡Salem some fif ___
suniers to buy what they nepd wherev pay all claims against the firm.
inculcation p f the impropriety o f such ernment is fraudulent, and therefore, tcçn mouths ago.
S. M IT C H E L ,
er they tan get it cheapest and best—
M. ROSEN DORF.
resumption, is what the General meant iu (‘apt, void.
A N O L D R E S ID E N T .
in other wo,ids, whilo (t advocates a
Independence, Dee 21, 1868.
by styling it “ the pernicious doctriue
protective traifF. The po.ip.t made 1»y
M o re B r e a c h <> f P r o m i s e . — An.
p f State power.”
For he surely could
A few people suppose that Wo.ods
the Post seems to. us to be “ well tuken.’-
not have meant the exercise, by a State, must call an extra s ssion in order other •* breach o f promise ” suit was
It is high time that stupid old fashion
o f any power not granted in the Con that an appropriation bill can be passed lately commcueed in San Francisco by
ed theories about “ protection to Amcri
F a rm ers’ S tore—
stitution, because the Constitution, iu order that he can draw his salary ! a beauty of sweet nineteen against a
can industry ” were exploded, as they
gentleman generally supposed to have
which he so reveres, contains an express
m o n ey s a v e d :
Those who think thus have not yet
are sure to be when political economy is
She alleges that defend
reservation to tho several States, of all weighed the degree o f turpitude the some cash
as generally and earnestly studied in our
powers not granted to the United Statps. Governor aud the rest o f the Cabal are ant, some years since promised to umr-
colleges as Latin, Greek and mathemat
The reseryatiQ.il a^o, implies the right capable of. Who will suppose tha. ,hc! r>
ics have been for the last fifty years.— r p H E LARGEST AND $E ST STOCK OF
to exercise power so reserved, or the res salaries o f .he Clique will not be regu- and 18 >et’. r,'a,J>' aud , 0 <I0U8' a,,d . Kl1'
D ry Goods.,
ling to do it. Damages claimed— 810,-
ervation is without force or meaning ;
larky paid? They have the money in
pnd as the States were each o f them their uwu bauds, and are not too hon-1 000. Breach of promise suits, suits for
R ec o n stru c tio n a S uccess ( ? ) —
possessed o f complete sovereignty be- cst to use it. That’s ghat’s the mat
I ueyrspapers, and divorce suits seem to
lore they entered ^nto, \he Federal Uu ter now.
be thu rage iu San Francisco. T he iu his la*t nationalunionrepublicanplat- That Las ever beeo offered in Polk Co., is just
ion, they still possess, tho same, except
form the congratulations, to the country received at
that portion graotyd to the Federal Gov
T he O x to be I m m o l a t e d . — The people down there have a singular pas.
on the success and happy workings of
eminent in the Constitution.
celebrated sanitary fair ox, weighing sion for such business.
the “ reconstruction ” measures of C on
C R O N E Sc. W O L F ’S
This is precisely what General Shcr- upwards o f 4.000 pounds, raised l>y
- A few o f the seceeding members o f gress ? W e d»sire to know how it is
9 >an announces.
is a doctrine vital Curios Pierce, and now on exhibition
the late Legislature are imploring the if said measures proved so decided asuc-
to the preservation o f popular liberty in Boston, was lately tendered to Gen.
New two story building at INDEPENDENCE,
Governor not to order elections no^ call eess, that the same States then recon. which we will sell CHEAPER than the CHEAP
$o this country; for wheu State rights Grant ly Major W . W . Lelund, aud is
an extra session. ’I'hey tell him they 8trncted have now to be reconstructed EST.
We are prepared through recent arrange
are cfaslroI ecl.
all power is centered to he served at the inauguration dinner
are repudiated by their constituents aud over again,? \yi 11 anybody answer ?
inents made in San Francisco, to find constant
in one Government, it will be o f over iu Wushingtou, aity in March, uuder
sale fjr all kinds of Produce, and paying the
that, if an extra se.-sion is called it will
highest market price for WHEAT.
whelming strength, felt through its the supervision of the republican cen
W’ e also have in connection with our store,
look like their conduct is rebuked by
agents everywhere, interfering in ail tral committee, who, are to act as high
A n E n c o u r a g i n o F a ct .— I n 1864,
the Governor. They don’ t seem to con
political and social regulations, retuoved priests o f the sacrifice.
in the twenty-five States which then
A LARG E W AREH OUSE,
sider that it would be a rebuke to him
so far from the people and exalted so
vot“ d for President and V ice-Presi
self for the Governor to call ao exira
Dr. Li vingstou says that there is a
^¡gh above them, that their complaints
McClallen received where we offer storage on good terms.
cannot be heard, nor their wrongs be familiar saying iri Africa that God made
We alse keep
1,811,754. In 1868. in the same States,
M O L I N E and B O S T Q N C I * I M * E R
the white man nd also the negro; hut
Blank Mortgages at the S ignal Seynjour received 2,274,093. dem o
It is matter o f public gratulation, the Devil made half casts (mulattoes). i Office-
cratic gain, 452,239.
J AMES L DALY
¡stock o f h a k d w a u b , which w«
H ID E S , T A L L O W
W A B-
his father, Mathew Hall, by shooting
him wiih a double barreled shot gun—
A L A R G E A N P »V P U * S E L E f T E D
s a m l h k a d b (0|(1
GEO. A. EDES & CO.,
H O U SE
Completed and are prepared to store an indefi
nite quantity o f Wheat, OaU, Barley, etc.,etc*
and are paying the highest
From our Extra os Wednesday.
PO TV » CO., E 0 L 4 , H AV E T B I I R
• Splendid new
OTHERS NE --YS.
commanding ofhecr being Col. Sumner,
distre-s which a failure to “ revere the
Copst’nutien ” has brought upon the he went to “ Sutter’s Fort,” and in
country, utters this timely admouition conjunction with J. W . M iMarshall en
tered into a contruct with Sutter to build
to prevent their recurrence. Wo hope
a Mill on the south fork o f the Am eri
Congress will profit by it, and cease can river, and it was during operations
their ruinous work outside the Consti comenced with the building of that
mill thnt’ the Gold was discovered. Tho
first gold from these mines seen South
o f the Sacramento river, was seen in
R E P U D IA T I OX.
the hunas o f Capt. Beunct, soou after
making the discovery. Bennet started
In view of the possible contingency lor Monteray with about ap ounce o f the
gold, to have the nietal tested, and
o f the ultimate repudiation o f the yieat
also to see Qov. Masou apd endeavor to
public debt which is now weighing obtain same right to the «»ines. The Uov
down upon the energies o f the people, j informed fan) be could giyc him to
.uid o f the question ere lor.g assuming : r'tlht, hut the right to work and make
i | the most of it while he could. H e re
a tangible shape, speculations p ro and
1 * 1
mamed over night with me at r>anta
con are to be meet with in the public , (*|ara on |,js Wav to ami from Monteray,
prints quite frequently. Editors whose
aredjin afbetter school, and taught to re loilty is measured by the size of the
, . ,
receive as a consideration
vere the Constitution of the whole subsidies they
country,” he meant the Democratic por lor pandering *o the behests W «■«
tion o f bis audience, for what sane rich at. the expense o f the poor, rail
poan is there who will usseit that the and frgth at the bare mention o f the
word “ repudiation,*•’ while here and
tijjove paragraph could rpfar iq (i;*’ re
tq the audience thus
t r a g e d y
fc \ C H E H A L E M
STO R AG E! STORAGE.
Y A M H IL L .
W. It. W A T K I S D S ,
fulfilled, and there vrculd nave
X E IPS F R O M
i* i.' *.y 0 Jt * t * j & i
as Genera* Shermuu takes 1»is stand so i
nobly and openly against the Hestruc- I
I tees their protection and presa va'ion.
E R 4 L SH E RM AX.
C O L O R S O F A L L K IN D S .
C la** and Putty,
tàroceri?» and Provision».
J & f Under the Legislative Hall, Holman’a
Willamette Iron Works Company
NORTH F R O N T A N D E STR EET*
P o i ’t l a n d , O r e g o n .
IR O N
B O IL E R
B lIL D E R S *
the hank o f the river, one block north oi
Couch’s Wharf, and have facilities for turning
out machinery promptly and efficiently.
We have secured the services o f Mr. John
Nation, as Director o f the Works, whose ex
perience on this Coaat for fifteen years girea
him a thorough knowledge o f the various
kinds o f machinery required for mining and
We arc prepared to execute orders for all
s asses o f Machinery and Boiler W p^a, sack
M in in g an d S tf« n i| ^ a t
M A C H IN E R Y ,
FLOU RIN G M ILL S.SA W M ILLS.
Q U A R T Z MILLS, M IN IN G
4rt\ 4-C. * - C ^
Manufacture and repair machinery o f all
Ir o n S h u tte r W o r k at » a n F r a n e le c *
C oat » « 4 F r e i g h t . .
Wheeler 4 Randall's Patent Grinder and Am
Dunbar’s Self-adjusting Patent Piston Packing
Either applied to old or new steam cylinders.
Q u a rt
S ta m p e rs , » h o e s and D ie s ,
Of 4ne best hard iron.
B A K
F k s t S tr e e t o e iw e e u S ta rk ta d
in g to n . P ortlan d .
-o * t
Orders solicited and promptly filled.
F. OFITZi Fwsrirte*