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!!aoU 'lUfclU UtI.e Administration party on ac-
vv--1 ' j count ot the migrant corruption ' t . , . , r .f , IMcsr Josetdi Teal, Elijah C or
o,'Kiji.u?vruiiofj.AUAMA!, cotMi. I ,. , , . . . . 1 Democrats, but who prefer the elee vu' "M.,m
- -rTT;r 1,iaS nV" UltSI"r1 tion of Grant, have allowed them- 1J' Goldsmith, Joseph kel-
MEGftt UlT, 0RFM0 ' 1 I J la,v,,lwl mc- lnc selves to be used by the G rami ten lSS al George -Marshal!, have
O ----,-J IJ,I,I " " ! Democratic party, as an oriramza- i . filed ntielo-s f ineornoration in the
. -. ; . 1 " arid have procured tickets printed Elicits or m oq
V;- tion, placed country above party, . , p, f OYW,r --m 1 office tf the County Clerk oOmlt-
a and rail led to the standard ot . , t. A . -nomnh mm.n- nvovidin" tor the i
J:sY.M4. tt n i t . n Adams on them, not even carrying no""in toI,nt l--,u'1 i
'i-vC -V Horace Greele.v. Let every Dem- ' . , - ,-.,-r.,..;.,.1t;,. o t,.:imboat com-
S-TZt'? L '-s'i ...... - 1 me lOKO SO ur :i to rtnt nr n eft r.f v """'" --" "
c n . s -. .- .i 1 . ....... t , i . . i.... i i . . , . i i . - i - . - i
(HOAE QiHEfciLiSi f7 j whelming rebuke. And why should
o? nkw vohk-. iany Democrat falter? V,e liave
rr Vice rret-hlcut, j condemned the slavery of the
B. GRATE OROWJouthby this Grant Administm
Missorjti. I tion. Grcelev stands with, us in
;E5). It. IIEMTGof Linn Coun'y.
N. II. GATES, of Wasco County.
: n. ii. gates, of Wasco County.
K. D. SIIATTVC K, of Multnomah.
' THE LIST WORD TO DEM OCR AT-S !
3cfore another number of the
Kntkiumusi-: shall have been issued,
the grand stnv"rle will havebcen
fcuiglit and decided. The import
ance of the struggle cannot be
Overestim:L'd. Its impoitance is
as plain to our readers as to our
self. A corrupt ring lias surround
ed the present Executive, and
hopes to retain him in power by
the most unscrupulous- ajipliauees
for their own enrichment. "What
,thosc appliances are, let the recent
elections in Xorth Carolina, IMaine,
Pennsylvania and Indiana answer.
The money of the Federal Treas-
ui-y nas oeen use.i w 10 t sunt.
onucs u;ue uueu oae.eo 10 eve;
one venal enough to accept them.
Ac'n-o noioes nave oeen mareneii
from State to State, and voted like
dumb driven cattle. Election and
police officers have been purchased
and open frauds have been resorted
.to, in order to bolster up a sinking
.cause. The campaign opened with
a struggle on the part of the great
Liberal and Democratic forces for
national peace amVrcconci! Tuition.
But as it has progressed, a higher
incentive actuates the combined
forces. The party of hate and dis-
cord, seeing c masses rallying
around the standard of Greeley,
have resorted to thwart the voice
f the. people by bribery ami fraud.
Therefore, the new and paramount
issue is presented to the American
people "Shall the Federal Execu
tive, with the money of the Fed
eral Treasury, ami with a swarm
of o'niceholders, be allowed to con
trol the suiVragos by fraud and pur
chase without rebuke
Tn thio Presidential contest, the
-pcop!eof tliis country behold a
sight never before witnessed on
American soil. A corrupt Admin
istration, in order to perpetuate
itself in power, seeks to annul the
free voice of the people by the use
of li-ans Priminal in themselves
and" debasing to the people. To
supply funds to bribe voters, it
thrusts its hand in the public treas
ury. "While proclaiming itself in
favor of the abolition of tfie Frank
jug 3Vivilege, it loads down the
ails witn partian documents,
reeking with falsehoods, while it ! it J1:!S bee( nm the ctistom for the
ruthlessly excludes documents cab j publisher to recount his adverses
dilated to place the Administration ; for the past, and make new prom
in its true light before the people, j jscs for th0 bttwe. We do not pro
It allows its ti easury othcers to con- ! pose to tlo e:lt.llfTj :1ml w;ji violate
nive with the privilegged linkers lhis custom. We have been the
of New York City, by which they vuhU.v of this paper for near
are enabled to make millions out t wo years and :l half !ri?e, t hot
of the Treasury stock iobbim' and
rs. J " 0
then demaePl a part of the ill-got
ten gains with which to thwart the
will of the people at the ballot-box.
ft winks at criminal oracth-es at
, r. , , . "
elections, and 111 New ork it has
secured the influence of the natori -
.ous Tweed, hoping thereby to con-
trol the vote of that city. " - !!()w
Democrats of Oregon," these are
lmfea part o( the eotrupt practices
of t most infamous Aministra-
turn this country or the worhl has
great stru--e to hand down to our
clnhtren tlie uovcrnmeiit were-!
fid .1 bi cr o of 1 ; i ti . f ! t t.-f i t nun! v
-; i -
U1 :i! " "'o1!1'' oi Mioir;- .
er appeal made to the Democracy j
of0the nation. And in its olheial j
capacity, it has responded nobly j
to tne appeal. 1 or the sake of na-;
tionai peace and reconciliiation, for
the sake af rebuking; an Adminis-
tration that seeks to t-m- wblJ
tlie freedom of t,, 1 In
t.tc llt.tlO.U oi h., tabot-bo,-, K
law adopted as its standard 1..' ... '
, , ' -- hcr -
nuiii tio oas ncivK.-oveM.tt
ever seen. Miau it he relinked. . . . i . f
SW1 tvA 1.- -,oo A. i . 1 - - 'M ''o,! " eeiy icason to believe ,
efibrt .how to the worhl that the : " T f will carry all the
experiment of Free Government is i "V ? ff 1 exci tirt"
not totally aohiiiure in America H l"1 -H--unty. I ot Mississippi and South Carolina.
Can we not vindicate the ctiue ? r ' "" V1 l ,na5i0 thl' I lms W!l1 Slve ld votes. To ! enndidates for Electors, will
of the people against this infamous ! p" i'"2. and this add Xew York, and we have speak on the political issues of the
Grant cabal which by so base an- Y J- j - California, Imliana, Conner j H.o day, at the Court House, in
plianees attempt, to Millie the pop-! n'l 7' UuUu .hvey, and we j this city, this (Friday) evenintr.
ular voice, and then taantinHv i t " ns th -M'i-rt in ; nave a majorit y. Latest news from The Jmbro , -ill make it warm for
asks, -What are vou troin to' do ! ' i ' 1 ! 1 ' i T"" Wiscoi,itl Z i opponent, ami will show up the
about it ?" Shall we not make one ! i : .'.Vi ' I t"'1 recounts Ibr the idebirmities of Grant ami his fob
j noble example, and this notorious
j ly infamous Administration will re
I ceive on next Tuesday an over-
favor of the doctrine tlmt thn irliitu
men of the Southern States have
ngUff, that the negro ought to re
spect. We have condemned the
high-handed measure which the
Grant party has taken to control
elections in the States. Horace
Greeley is as bitterly opposed to
them and favors the one term prin
ciple, which removes the incentive
for such a criminal proceed ure.
We have opposed tike policy of
having the General Government
become partners vith larire money
cd corporations for the oppression
of the people, So has Horace
Greeley. Democrats of Oregon,
you need not look beyond the lim
its of our own State to witness the
collusion between the Grant Ad
ministration and a large corpora-
tion. which seeks lo enslnvc us fm
, . . , ,
its own enr
:eiii!ui:!. .i me last i
,.,. ,n i ;,..t, i : (r i i
election a high t. alunet aliicer ami
a ,nonoir0lj,.t ,yitV( to.-eth-
cr fj;. artv M!cccs, and money
i.ru r,-.,., d,, rr,, ,
"-- VIU IIJU JL 1 VitTMil U tM M .11"
tcred broadcast over the State.
Do you want to cripple the t ncr
gies ot this corporation which is
seeking to enclave von ? Then
cast a vote against the Administra
to"m which stands as its backer and
supporter. This is no time to rc-
m:ii:i idle nml simiin' Vci TVo-.-i.-.
. A ... .
tain away iVom the polls. It will
,t do to say that because Grcelev
has not been a Democrat, you are
not bound to support him. This
answer will satisfy the conscicaei
of no Democrat of Ore
party in its corporate capacity de- !
mauds you vote, but above" and j
beyond the demand of parte, Js
the demand of vour country 'amli
the principles of a free government.
Every Democrat in the State I
should vote and labor to bring out j
for Greeley every vote in his reach. !
lien tins luts been done, he will
i.i 1 always he given to the rets of our
have the approval ot a clear eonsci-I - . " 01 ('M
1 , 1 c . c . . ! v onventions. J'eeause a man casts
ence, and the satisfaction ot pin-i . .
. . . " . j ins vote for Greeley next Tuesda'-
mg m congratulations tor a tn- , , - - '
' 1 .1 -v Wf . 0 , loes not argue that he endorses his
umph 1:1 this State and the nation ,- - .
; past political record. Xor because
over tue present trant .(.-alsal now : f c, . 1 -,t -
1 j -' vtieeiev will receive DeiiK'cra-
r . 7 . ... '
m powei, Jy , eee,y jcio,;nn
( ;),( do 7iiJ d;ty unl IttS trjinlc
duty on i:H 7'j.sd.', mid the
$tQ .S' OlfS.
m enth Volume.
With this issue the KxTuuemsi:
enters its t-eveuth volume. At the
j commencement of a new volume.
1 .;.n',i, 1. . , 1 ,
time tne paper has oeen run on its
income and has been self-sustain-
Ulo We li.ive not mio.l o dierl,-.
!;.'...:,, : ,
i '-site iwuiiii utau time. e nave 1
! ,f 11 i t
; at all tnnes takt. n our own course!
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i -1 j , ' . ,
i -enieti tnemseives Kr eoni-Jera- '
i t;o5, ,,! fn.j til0 -(.r - 1 "., . j
Uion of o-u' i
' ',,. "n,- VVil""S 'c',cVc j
: 1" !' mis met their approval (. i
1 h:lvc cmkavorcd to make it a local
... .... j i -"... i'-' int. a na ve ore- i
n . Wt. ns I)o!iti(,d
onr aim l;,s q
- - -
aper. hde '
meo the i
t i -itr.il -f.ie tlw. ..1.-..,,,,. .. ..! 1 't, I
j thc business men of ( bv-on" City I t
....... v.. p.uu tis. i0
I Wn -!! tl'ld.if -.l.lt.vr. t IV.. 1-, !
.!""'-- u,J"s'lu' iJi a nn- :
! . .... ie .
jetat pauoua-e. Ho Hope that it
siiaii be our pnvili-o to announce I tl
In:lny Micceeding new volumes, and
t,:U we shall always be abb to
COuut atnonir our patrons those j t!
novr upon our loks. The busi
15Css of our of.ice has been
p.lMv OM t.. :n,rt.n. .inceVc l ave
" i i" l
U ",,ea Vnd we hope tnat
h r,-- prove Worthy of a Vd 'U
' 1 ' ... .7 ,
tcr support. do this end we shall
I, vl' M I'll WO v. 1 , . , . I
A liidiciilous Farce.
self-constituted Electors. Xow we
do not question the right of these
parties to vote and use their influ
ence for O'Couor or Grant, but we
do deny - their right to do so and
claim to be Democrats. It is true
that Mr. Grcelev has heretofore
been a Kadieal, and we believe lie
is still one on the questions which
divided him and the Democracy in
the past. Eat these questions are
not at issue in the present canvass.
They have been retired, as it were,
for the purpose of settling greater
and more important issues now up
on the country. When the Balti
more Convention met, it found a
ticket and platform before the peo
ple which was pledged to certain
vital principles at issue. These
the Convention adopted as its own
and retired, for the time being, all
others. This the Baltimore Con
vention had a legitimate right to
do. They were the legal represen
tatives of the party. Xever before
was there such unanimit v in the
action ot. a National Convention.
All acquiesced in its action, and j
the Convention was composed of j
. - J . 1 IV
us nue ;uhi l.ure Jemoenits as we
, . . , ,
ave in the land. We may tloubt
their judgment in pursuing the
course they did, but no one can
impune their motives, question
their patriotism, or honesty of pur
pose. 1 hey were the representa
tives of the Democracy. They did
what they regarded as best lor our
party and country. We question
ed the wisdom of the Conventions
which nominated (Jen. McClellan
i and N'vmoure aim id air. We
,K. , !
(.iiSiiice tlie present nominee 'is v"
luvslime our rc:1,lt' :iare, yet
r' h:iV0 1U a11 cn:( s
t1iV.'illll lililiii.iii 1... 1 .
ejiuiieu iiliu Si.O.'MUied t()
thv actions of our National Con
ventions, and no Democrat has a
ngut to set mmsclf up as higher
:iUtiu,nt' t!iU!1 the Conventions
l wIi,ch hc" delegated t he aut hor 1-
J to lor -;',t'eley hav-
U!-' "'tor a careful consideration
.,,.,1 ,.. ., , ., 1 .,1 : ... i... .1 t
11 '"tion, received the
nomination, it es lnc iuty ol' j)t
ocrats to give him their support.
A harmonious acquiescence should
tic votes will that make him
a n v
ss a epnboean. On the ques-
ttous at issue, Mr. Grcelev, with
hundreds of thousands of other
iiepublieaus, agrees with the Dem
ocracy. And these are the is-S!U.s
which oui Xaiional Convention has
presented for our support, and no
Democrat should refuse his sup
port to the cho:ce of the Conven
tion. While we tlo nut question
the Democraey of any man who
may vote for O'Couor, we unhesi
tatingly declare that as far as his
vote goes, he is as great an enemy
to the party as he who votes for
Grant. The difference is simply
this; lie who votes for Grant ives
him a direct vole, while lie who
votes for O'Couor, gives a vote
against the Den
loerat ie nominee
i t)l,. . . ,
,,1'T tluo s it away, to -t he beneiit
f- . , ,
ot 1 1 1. Let every Demociat in
o;;r 'wly and State rally next
". i . , . . i
1 ut's,1;,V and do his duty. Let no 1
pn jmlice swerve you !
from it We owe it to our conn-
. , . I
J " 'Y ot Ameri-
c;ul liberty. Let us do our duty,
i ...... ..ii nin I, is Vi Cll.
laberni cause, and it w mA.!,..., ... !
j .... . ... v.,.'.. i.'tt.jji ,
xpeeled that -Mr. Greele
y Will oet
both d these States m,h, ; i
re-arded as Mire by t:
: f : P . r ,S " an VOte
1 1 ,X'SuU'J,tial etov in any '
: cuiinty or p'reeinct in tl- "
' Tt, j " uUc'-
S;l rctptinn- persons to vote
in tle ,-t,i,,,f na' , Ui
. . , ' Al.l,C,.C VU'-V lX1 '
- . - - s .v. aoph m ih:s election.
,,. onf . MVi.bvm,(V(',.utv .l,,,,!,.!,,!,, iC.M.t ...:,.,,... ;..o-., ,,. v.. i j no- pa. pose, oi ..omemg , :UJ1j Fort Stephens, distance. 1 lo uuIch.
CT onei kit. - - ' i ..., . 4.11. .j.jji "". . j v... v.iiiuia u.iu ( 't ,(,,,ti,.t tor tut hi fionstruc ion Ol
Fhe prosoccts appear very od i SMV l knOU' tI'-'ir oih- ! pj' Z,nv'l- AnufvZ iV'Vi Va) 01 isu ' a H,ury n,a? Vum VW Ua'
in.l if tbo !).-.,.. i-., . 'ier States. In Indhimi u-bom I ,d the rarr.,-!. b I- .-vi.o,, r, u,, 1,l'.,k; d uoas.blc t.t.,.. L.u ; ,t.nt C,ty. Cantornia. by way of Fort
, .- " 1 .it- i ni tiio Lnioii ; ' . . 1 " , , , , U'J w-vver woritiv urn oujecis ana However i ( ., ,,, p-!..pcjw,ii..r
-their duty next Tuesday sp, I A'lliistratioil labored Very hard Vi.Ul '.r0??1' -r'1 T'1 well guarded ihe act. ihe appropriation i A!!;:, ,o', dmnttiim to Oregon of tbo
S Will hi' ttti-ir v(.r,-..,..l i . - . . . .- i i ', " .. . .ua.o .i s. o, . io o . mi.5t be eoUsllOtUunai. U.tr Coii.Sli!ll!ioU 1 W,.t .t...,! t;,,t .U.lm at h Ihithx.
'boit Cc-raSy frtlie Wil- j
panv under the name ot the w n-
i i- ni f'.,,
lamette Uiver Transportation L oin-
r - l ' - l
pany. The object of thiscorpoia- j
tion and the business it propose to j V!lM ainnr:ts of moiu-y for eh'ciin.uuinfr
ii)"-i"C is the navi'-ation of the pi;i!..).-es. Tin taxation of official s!:nn
Willamette river irom its mouth, to diario, tln coiitribinioiss or national bank
Eugene Citv, and all the tributaries j n-,v.hhy oropoli.s d,Per..ent u,
. , . - , ti n th. Administration f. r favor, a;.d ilt aid
ot sa;d river. 1 he amount ot too
capita! stock of the Company is j f.,nii,ht(1'lvi:s ,,-,,(1- wj,ich has been nsod
6100,000. The stock, we learn, has lo cumipt the peopk or by fi ;u.id to do
all been subscribed, and the Com- j feat iloir will.
panv will proceed immediately to A lar-e number of voters were brought
, , r.,. .- 1 ' front kentui.Uy and inmoU into Indiana,
building boats. rl he men engaged j . J .,, . .
i and t!ie;r ballots iiuJauv oust therein in
in this enterprise represent a great j favor of (hc Ila(lie.u U(.;.Jt ln (liio lh(
deal of wealth, ami our shippers ) wolk 0f colonization was carried on from
may rest assured that this Com- J Kentucky, but perhaps not so extensively
panv Will prove a successful com- ! hi the adjoining States. In IVnnsyl
. . ,i . . . .1.: i. .w ... i vania so .-tuoeiiUous vwm tin nauas that
oeiiiui io iiie Jiioiu'oui u iiini hum
controls the carrying trade of our
valley. Messrs. Goldsmith and
Teal are the principal owners of
the Locks at this place, and in or
der to make freight go through
them, they will be compelled to
maintain a line of l outs. 3Iessrs.
Kellogg and Marshall are old and
experienced steamboat men, having
beeii long connected with the 1.
T- -,inl;ly- With this Company
in eompetifioni to the railroad and
me ooats now on toe river, which l
are owned and controlled by one !
if-antie monoi.ole the diim-ns of !
JT O 1 . 1 1 I
em iii.iv e.jieet M.'ine. lenei
fiom the exorbitant charges now
demanded lor freight. We rejoice
at tile prosp-ct of our shippers and
producers being sot tree from the
, ., ,
grasp oi one man, who lias ruhed
them for the past two years. Th
new Company expect to have theii
boats ready by the time the Lock:-
are com pieti
!. which will be o:i oi
! liofbre tlie iir-t of
SxiiANwi:. Bon ilolladav's or
gans all over the State claimed last
year that it was in consequence of
the railroad that wheat, sold for
vl '50 in this valley. We thought
:il the time that these fellows had
m:Vtle ;l mistake and that they had
overestimated the hem lbs of the
railroad. But if they were correct
then, vull they tell' us now why
wheat is only worth .VO cents V Is
the railioad this vear t lie n L'ula.t or
ot tiiep-i;ceoi vr,,i;it,i'i'eiiiV v.
e 1 1
l -r -
as high inLiver.i
last year at this
Hi! now as it was
tl.no, vet it
seili.iLr here for less than one-half i
wlial it was wur
1 e ,,, .
i las ne t. i
freights on the railroad and
Hoi hu lav's steatnersfroni Ihutlaud
to evin i- ranciseo something to do
with this mattery We apprehend
that this the cause,
i:'!i:s. The people of Oregon
have reason to be thankful that
they have at the head of the Suto
a Governor who dares to protect
them against ihe outrages attempt
ed upon them by the late Radical
Legislature. Klse where in this is
sue we publish the veto message
of Gov. Grover ot the litigant act
and also oi' the act appropriating
io.OOt) lo aid, immigration, better
nown as A m h-"'a te's bav"uo-e
11. . . C3
act, and the bill appropriating :s 1 ,-
000 f;r the benefit of Mrs. Dr. 31.
1 Sawtell. The (iovernor has
done a wise and beneficial act by
refusing to give these measures an
Ckasi;j PriibK.-.vs iox. The last !
issue of the k-mo'ritt- J-Jnt comes
lsSMe ot t!l-' lnon-ntr- Vir.ivo
u U5 uu!l ti,u announcement t
its publication wouh.l cease v
ih"A number. The editor says t
paper .or the two years it
xisted lias been a continual bill of
expense. The JH,-i was the neatest
p.uper in the State, ably edited and
Set: akix:;. f Ion. V. I . Shat
tueh and lloti. ). W. Hare, oppus-
!u-,,c T i 1 f,,il l.,...,.
t- tiiitv . v. . . i;iii .I'it.v
Home of our friends who propose
; to throw awav their
i i t -. n . .. r. ew . . , . . :.. . -i , i "j
Tb's v-Vm 1 -1 -o 1 1 . V "
1,1 "e ,ol!t tl,e 1,! If'--tioi,
m iX-15 !
The samo Ju,broSOf election ,vl-o '
. . i.,c .Jtul.sot tltcon who
0rVC,1 Jl""l net as SU.eh next i
Tt - sl - iv ' '
" 'Ji'e""; voies, il reeeivea i;jo. '
hi v i ii s Tne 1 - oi ii."" I sere iv. lieesi an an i- ... . .... r . 1 1 " x j-
L':i-LU "V 1 Straig.lt-OUt UeKet, OUt ' ;' W,Iil tli M iU "tl i must be recognized as a living and eoer- i ,Z .v w l To i na! e a Ctdlec-
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Address of the Liberal Uep;:blican
1IKA1HJ( -AltTKRS XATIOX.U. CoMMITTKE
Iu;f.rai. Ri:rLi.i.;cANS. -Glk.vham
IIotku Nkw Yoisk, ( )ct. 1". ?72. )
To the Sudors r,f (he Uu'drd Sinks : .
: li bfci.mes ;i duly to iippeal to you in
view of the appal!it.g fr.euls rerpeu-uted
on the ballot box iu rrc:t .St-tti-s of
IVnns Ivania. Ohio, and Indian i. o;i tho
S;'a of October infant.
t . . j-. l .,. i- , - i . .,.(,.. i i.. I.-
w , j..-
inf'nt mar bo pronounced,
' aut L..ve furli .j, v..;il)
the election was a farce, (..dord nu-n
w.;- !mm.ht horn Maryland. Wa.d.in-ton,
ai;d even fn m Xorth Carolina by the
thousand to vole in that rjtate. The rai!
rnmls were crowded we.h Lioijreto from
other States whose only duty was to ca.-l.
a ballot fur !hc Iholical tiekt-t- Uepe alt:i
by ibui.s.mds from Xi-w Voik e'ty liii'oiij
ed the sua-eis o? I'l.ih.deljdda ou th.e H'Ai
of tk-tob'-r, an 1 did the work a.s.-.Ir.ed
ihem a the polls. These men were point
ed on: by detectives, to the authoi hies, o!
Pennsylvania, und their arri-sf repi'ste.l
biit refused. Nolo: ions New York poliii-
cian.s were openly cneereu in 1 auaue.puia
.-.i !,. v,.,., -,.r- r,,i .
tiudr way from p id to poll to do their
eilminal woik. A'.l this and much more
i is silCt '
p-Itde of pro'.f. The unparalleled
, t, ,.i:..., ;.. T!,il..,i. , :.. r.-v !!.. ifinxv,'.
i 7. " ' . ' "'
1 ev'.iienee t ia.eiiil- .l wro: g.
j p1(,:,.;i;(.... 1!!(.a n, ii. dominent party
j openly boasted ' (,t' these contemplated
! ir-v.u1. in advutu-c and d.-fh-d proven: hm.
! Ki.eu;Vo: d iiv so cee.-s, ike crane that
; w;, hoiked hi s.-ereoy is now o;.,oe
; 1 1
ie r,;i''i! ami
.(raided as a
u-i bv its i'.er;ie!r.itiii's.
-e!he.v ciinn'ry m 'ii. you are in-eilii!'' y
a-k'-d !y tho-ar who li-.ve so .-iicee.d'atiy
vorkod'fhis edo-do,-. Whaf ere you proieg
b, (hi nb-y.it. irv: T!:e nn-wer ietn lo
wi'.!; ve-u. Ie r.t;t deluded nidi i!:e re
spon.M' that both par'.ie. air alike siiPy.
This is l!:e weak evasion of the ete-my.
bet villainy studi as ire.iie i! d b- crus!:ed
wh.ion.-never may S'd'er. bet no one lor a
moment beli-ve'tha' the I.!!e:a! Keii-ibii-e;;:.-
part iclpa i'd in iheSe :ies ;,!' vio'e!.C'
aai;i-t a'! i-une-t d.-e'.to:i. Ii very so r '.'es
fieri of tliis nature ';;. co-ideniio-d. a:ed so
Jar a known wa-; in no cae a'-emoted
Libera I K jiibiiee: p-n iy w;'.s orr m-
J ' 1 !'"!', this verv abu.-e, n-t to eti
l-'t-lioW roe:: ' ! V !!!ea . the jelrpy if tt;c
i t'tot !e o; most i.e d e a b d . d i 'rl e Pr-
!ie ne'st in -'.eeeo 's iln ei-en tie- It.oin!)
Sit;. Tii tiaihe is 'Aw vn v corner s:oo" ot
oor iKi'ioii-d exis.t live. W hen that lads,
rota envelops ail. rnb.mr.ded weald:
:a' l- .n
t;v wtiieh ..:hr
t d n a! 1 i-i io
r i-v o! tile
! bow i;i so 1 en is-
si -on to an !;
de. 1 ,:e lhaf
hole s! m-.;i!
c.Uive (-.lo-en lie (I
! :v v.u !
p ipu i:t;
we!, n 1 ; 1 r
uomaied o o j 1 0 i ,t r o!n
i (.' or:
rows wi Ii i s own success.
Ll'i Hi IV le
,h of ihe do-
e . 1 1 e e
;-t I .e.-.- !l is
' X-vemb- r. ami who :!,el s ty 'h-u the
1 hrnr ilia v not be lust i.pi.ro.oae.r.g Ik'u
j ,,,. onei-irei'c spirit : h-il thunder i:i the
Mi:!!" ' ,,,ur !if
f an ouuMge.l i.ecion tlm!
to m;c!i jpihuiy i-
o ! 1 (
1 ,,, 1 ;
ace to ; I '
f w 1 1 : u n t r v men .
the remedy is in
vi.'ta- own nan-is. u-. t-u'- iuo-c :e 10
open d iv so sh.tm-de-siy tirimr this AU
ra. e upon us. ().:r u-eioioil secmi ity de
m:n ds vt.r.i- action. Tin' vote is vet i;i
your leir.ds. a--d the insn'.t to these three
-retit foe.unon we ibh:5 mav Ih ;iveier'd.
;! tie' frauds elt:el r.tted, W-
! ried Indian-!, reeu -ed the vote
ai'eaMy in ( )!:io. r.nd lost Fei.e.-y i v:ini'i
otdy by r'inr! ia cat r ip' ion. Tie' future
is lull of nromi-e.' Georgi 1 jiroc! -ittns in
her ;rteat maiority hai the sniiferinsr Soui'i
era S'.xtes. in their desire for eiju tl i iglus
before t';e hew. will eive elector;!
votes to Uoniee (Ii'eeley An !;or,ee.
Chris iau sympa'hv in ti'.e Aorth will add
to tliis more ih;ui emni-h votes to make
his elect ion sore. There is every cause
fur etto.oir aireuieiit. and every reason to
hope ir success.
I. et i!,e:o be no lag;rard now. He is
a trailer who ! d'ers us die combat opens.
Fo! word along the entire line. :rd by an
ovorwhetmiusr vietory in N'o emh'-r. me
oniv dechire for Xati m.d lleconciiiatioii
and Ii'efoim. but ut tiie same li.ne let ih"
O'S-ou l:e . Ie'i:;iVi' end 1 istilitr. that HKitiev
C-UMlot (Ml! c! use tie' oidee President.
tior juditica! iufr.my go unrebukej.
lil t! W Al.LK.V.
Ch'i 'n ?.af. Cinn. l.tlieral Lepub'.ic .ns.
I.ct us Conssdci-.
l ao.-e i 'emocrats u no ie:use to sitpnor:
..... i ....... i , t
oii-t it-v .iiei ri!'ii.-u to ii. row awa v t .eir
votes o:i '' i'!ier. should a-k themselves
the hallow i:;e; I
whether they are w;l ling to help rid ' he i
neo'ile of ihe Smii'i i.f vue'i nth. .,j
M , ' ' I
prevail.i- Read ihe following : j
"In Wileotc eon ni v. Aiabaairt, recent 5 v 1
i i ice. an ;irii ami resiieeit-t
eiMea. was elected Jmbc of the Court of
voi ti 'er Sessions over a carpel basher
o iiue a ttHliiii. i in' caraet b igger ai
auee tt uniped up a charg-d against 1'i ice
nn ler the Ihilei eement ae', and the hitter
was at r.'.st.e.I. when he waa told lhat he
ttiust relinquish his office to Jnd.o Cd
ton or sntfer the consequences. Refusing
to acct d.' t.j litis impio ieut dem is. d, Col.
Frice was di-ergi" nway to Mobile by a
baited S'ates ala.sii.tl lo a wait the result
ot . yi , eeed i t s in tlie F
Court. No ;
i one suppo.-es ih.it he win bo convieied.
j u in.' case is ji-i interesting one s an
i e-v mime o: tne w.i'-' .a w L:c!i . c hi-al
aws are i.o.v,.davs nmd - the iastrumeuts .
or political persecution.- j
And the following hvm North C.uo'ina: i
ui'iona a iei:ij.;s to snoot ine eaitor j
mw I i .rTT U i
, C,mei,n , triumpp however, j
e ,: tt in': "f, "'v F 1
r . , e i -1 k f 9 j
ee "' ' ' I' -';-"-)i,:iI.1iVNov'-'!:';r u"-
uci...pa.t,,i oi pub, smog atii-brmn j
,;W'lT1' i.'- l" 'T " Cir,J,liKl ,,uS j tn I
be un mvm.m one. tor i.etous ot Ueryo.u.s
an,i in uit.
- l M V !'!!'
i ti.t-s, iii-x 1 i .... ..... . . - " Jl" " 1' I" ,v 0 V 1 .,,,,s 1 .oni:ii vvillevc fn AstoTIi
... ... - 1 it!;i.::i '. r n t-,i . ; t . t .. s ' , i, ,.i c t .1
Sir. Mitchell's Speech.
Hon. J. II. Mitchell, Senator
elect, addressed a large audience
at the Court House last evening.
rL no speaker opened by telling Ids
hearers what lie would do wheu lie
gets in the Senate. Denied that
he belonged to a certain railroad
. . r.r. ... . .
k:ug. lime will answer this part
his speech, lie next proceeded
, - i,
recount the virtues of the he-
publican party, and such acts as
were meritorious m its history, -vit
that is necessary to say m reply to
.. , . ,
this part Ot his speech is, that It
the Kepublican party has anything
in" its history of which it can boast,
there is no man in the Union en
titled to more credit than Horace
Grcelev, as he is the father of the
party, and adhered to it until it
became too corrupt for him to re
main with it any longer, made so
by such renegade Democrats as
Grant, Butler, Cameron, Morton,
Williams and others who now con
trol the party. He then proceed-
-d to upiiold the infamous kll khlX
acts, and attempted to justify its
diabolical provisions by quoting
from a lying electioneering report
made by .Radical members of Con
gress, lie next attempted to show
that there fas more dishonest v un
tier Johnson than Grant. He did
not tell his hearers that they were
Radical officials, kept in ofiice by
Congress, which passed a tenure of
ofiice law to prevent Johnson irom
removing their pet thieves. He
said that the settlement of the Al
abama question was a grand sue
ees. lie failed to state that if a
Radical Congress had sustained
Johnson, this question would have
bt en settled six 30:1 rs ago and the
United States would have received
over 00,000,000 then while the
award now is only 813,000,000.
He made a good Kadieal sneeeh
,, . , , , 1
all the way through, winch means,
avoiding to till tne truth. lie:
real a number of extracts which
he said were il reele3"s opinions c
democrats m tiie jast. 'lite In
hnuc has branded these extracts as
forgeries, and even ii' lucy were
true, it shotihi be remembered that
these opinions were ex pressed at a
time when the present leaders ol
the i Judical party belonged to the
Democratic party. Mr. .Mitchell
said he did not care a ecu t whet her
a Democrat voted for Cruut or (V
(imiDi'. ()t ctmrse not. A vote
for O'Couor a vote for Grant.
ilill aiul i ia ;:i i.'rraiiv.i; liiii.
l o messages have b-.'en
Hied in the office of the Secietarv of State:
Tin: i.rriu ant i'.ii.l.
7o .'te Ilonora'.-le, ihe House of Ikprcsen-
lal'Vi "f ihe ,s'a.'? of On-jov: i herewith
return : ithoul signature House
mil . o .
t'l .... i hi i ut u.i uet, t-uu-
0" i :
to ;u.t o pioieci. i i . i u oi i lie aci
. i - ?. ri l
d' O-jiob'.r it-7 i. i.i-.'H iti.it the
pi-oi!rie..r to ;i !!.. .-i : pe, aes:n ilea ,t-
i he oHbdai iieAso oter j.; any eoutiiy. t-h-.A'.
file with the County Ce-rk of said connn
a writn-n s ipuhtliou aeeept ii, the coodi
lioiis of the aci, hof'bfr with nil approved
bond lor the i'.titni'-al prtoi m mc o! the
: -gal and judicial advortisiog for said
co.eoy. t;nd wlien sacii action on the part
o! ,t prorptei.-r of ; d-'.-ign.i'ed i.e - pa per
has t.iktni pi ace, "ihe Governor nhad. with
out delay, by ps oc lam a; r m . apj-.oint and
Conli.'in said nevv.- to. r as tlie ui. diam
ihro'.ig'i whtch aii j idiei d and ie .i ad
vert iseme. us lor s i;d c-ounty -hall be pub
ii';ed for the term !r which he m..y have
!;een ? U'cted.' "
ii tins pr; .-ceedii: amounts to a fran
ohs.-e. vested for the period named, as
a- been held by bili e. i'.a a! aiuhority
in other Stales, under l.Ue acts; or. if it is
iu Am na ttreof a con : rue t, and rights
have ves;ed utoha- iiiat contract a repeal
ol ihe law could nut dive.-t those rights
nor liiinil.i'iiie er impair the privi'igi s st;
.tcpiired. Conceiving that in any event
the repeal ot said act ol Oct. 2 I, ls7t. be
!o;e the period oxpres-se 1 for its ter;ni;ia
tion. wiil ihrow the iiiigation ol the SlaU
into couPisiou and tend to create a multi
plicity o! collateral suits and proceedings
to doiermiue ihe right 'of publishers and
iio.ijants, expensive and disastrous to aii
parde- cotoiected therewith. I hive con
cluded to uithiiold my signature from
said bill. b. 1'. Gkovku.
Tn the 1 londrab'e. I he-
f ihe .S'ioV
Ut ti-t -j.,.,: (Ul tliil CoUsUieiMtiOil Oi Sea j 1 "lr '" "e-o.s ........ it.- .t.e r-Al-cuuon Ol
ate Ibii Nc. -ns. eutu'ed. -An act to m- conveyances ol iieal lvstal, certiiied It
vonrage i.n ar M'al ion." I am unable to j ,jt' band granted to this State or to cor
approve tiie .-.due. lor the following rea- i porations by tlio Congr of Ihe Pnitp.
i-: . . .. i .- " i t-t 0.1. . i States a nil cmivcvanii'!) I'vccnlinl V n
'iii.-; 1 ut1 oaiiTi ii itauii i iti t .ti.vit
1 -V i ., rtt'Ct ion ;
The Legislative A-:sembty
sh ill ui.it lean i!:e credit of Uie
aie. nor in
!il t!i:it r ere;iie any th bl or iiab.iuie.s.
a ii ctl siiaa singly, or ia uie aggreg.iie
with previous d t:s or li.voiutles. exceed
ihe .sum of liny tt.ousamj uolhas, except
in easa of vrtr, or lo repel invasion, or
1 ! s-ipjre.-s tnsiirrecuoa, and every contiifjl
o! indebtedness en ered into er as.su tned
by. or on behall of the S.ate, wheu all its
Habi.iiies aint dv'ots aiiio.int to sa'.d sum.
sirt. 1 be void and of iio t imet."19
At ticic IX . Sec. 2. 'i lie Legislative i
As.-etiiiily shad ruovide for r..isiog rev- j
eiiue s.t iiici'.'Ut lo tietray the expense.- u!
the Sia'e lot eacii ii-cal year, ami also a
sufiiciviit sum to pay the interest on the
Sdue delil, ii ihere Ot! any.
Article IX... Sec. t. h.-m-ver ;heex-
n-nse.s oi any li.-cal year shall exceed il.c
income, me i.egistaLtva .sem!ity snail
p.owaj.oi u-vtitg a, ia.v .oi urn fa.-uu.g ;
u.-cai yaj , sumciein, wim ot.ier sources .
ol income, to j. ay tne dciei-itey a weh !
'die estimated expenses ul the c-ns.ung
,1' - , . ... , , , . !
getn- power ntMiSy coutrouiig aii political i
SuUmlmy when n, dearly expressed pro
Wo:lg al,. j Ue
'H-pnubma m id, ut th,. late beg-
biatue -.u aggregue Ihe ,,tiu ol SG7J-
u-,7 ior fh. ommg two years. o be met
y tvs de.ive.l Inmitaxuiui., -xclu-
s.ve .l ihe appropriations lor immigiation
a i. .- V ve;; -o - q oai-jt reU'. ''
p.0 ':':. ;
But of the amount annrnr:,.t.. V Q
stau-d. the s..,n of Slua.oo;). devo?
Iii fiirixlruflif.il li... . , . ral U
, . ... iiinioi win
be chitfly paid out of tlH, Military ,,, j
lion ot -said appropriations are to 1... ...
lw .vtli4.r fivt.rl f.in.n I.,..
amount to balance' the ouMamlino- jr
ry warrants nnpaid at the hmh
(tie present hseal year. b
The tate AssiMu'biy having tlk,,n np
uon to eoi reci our lt-t. cuve inod of
. sivsmeiiis. ...r to provide for previ.,,,, .i,
j hVns, notwiihstamliu titf CIV...;f, ,
j ",u- I'(,'u,1 ,r lvpuuuion. the pilljl
i a-v nues will not approximate the mum,
j p,-iations within the CoLS!ittniu,i-,i u -t
; i i'; appropriation therefure can
! suitaiiie.l. m view of tho present cor
; (Ji the '1 rctsav.
I . . iOLIII
uo,l,il coatewl for fLe narrowest
r'l!t" o! constriicuon um:i the tia! fnmu
I f the Cost itu tion. bat thmk tlut u
averago 1) alanc.es should be near what '14
it 't'iiifU uy uiai msiroiiiOiii.
I.. F. G;i
Acts of the I..eirilaiure. '
Tie following id a complete lidt of Bill
and Memorials passoU and signed by the.
Governor : q
1. Portland Police Bill vetoed.
2. An Act to provide forpthc nstruo
tioa of a State Capitol building.
.1. To authorize the .Secretary of slab
to sell remaining Codes at $3.
-1. To incorporate the city of Uoftbiirg.
o. To relieve Judge L. L- McAr Imr of
da'.y oi holding regular term of Ciiciiit
Court in Cratit county for 1H72.
o. Contracting for th eons.lruetion of
certain sections of V. t). and S. L. Ii Pi. C
t. lo amend beciion o. ot litlc 3 ,,f
Chanter If of the Giiieri, Usiu r-'
g-'.r.t to aliens. q
S. For tlie further organization of thu
Agricultural t'oib-go and lo provide Qt
i'ji t-ejiport of the same. o
9 i'o proviiJe tor the construction of ;i
Weon lioad from stamiv to Dalles.
ls. lo provide, for the payment of
Agents appointed by ihe Governor lor
the arrest at.d return of fugitives iru)ai
11. To provide for Common Schools
taught in the Get man language. q
12. S'"or the relief of (;(v. Ab;rneiy.
lo. he r collecting, compiling and pi ins-
in Laws of Oregon Ileiwly atid siiinpsou.
l i. to provide for the purchase of oaj
hum'treii copies of Peadv's Code.
lo- To aid the County (hnnmissiouerM o(
Douji'his cowtoy to build a brid-ovf;
the North Umpqua river.
15. To aid Tr.isk Kiver iioad Company,
to co::s!ruct a Wuiron li -oi from 'i'ii.l.i-
! m .....u to the WiUamette valley.
7-T Vu-ci uulncorporated Towiu
i ;i!m i I ie.'jfe.s.
j 18. To protect Mining Claims and t
i pnni'.! unlawful tre.-pass thereon.
I lxTofni,Ul1 Act entitled an Act
! sriiiUing bouiuus to oliinleers of this
-j. .). To incorporate t
town of Forest
I C rot-
21 To nniend an Act entitled an .Wi
to incorporate the City of Kast I7?thtud.
approved October 2thh. 1 87.).
22. Uelating to the tees, of olliC'-rs.
'2'). To irovide for a Statu (rt-ologist. trv
deiiae his duties and Ii X hi- salaiy.
2i. To Aid he Oregon cWidreti's Aid
i'y. An Act to provide foi'. State Itoaiai
of lhpialtz i' ion.
2ih To provide for the location of the
County Seat of t'tiiou County.
27. To amend the Charter of the Cityef
i'ol'.it d so as iti e.i'ittW tin; Mavor lo si;
as i'.diee Judge in case ot sicknes. or
absence ot that, officer.
2S. To ptovide for work in the Statrt
21. To provide for the construction of a
W airoii Uoa 1 from WasJiing'.on ("ountv:
;!iivn;-!i Nehaieen' Valley to .stt.ri i.
'.' ). To provide for ordinal; expeascs of
Slate (iov-. ruoiet;! anil oihetk-'gener.l jinj
specille appropi ia; ions.
I. To authorize the County Court of
La!- County to appi oi..-ria'.e fa:;ds ft,r tL
erection of the Stale I niver.-iiy.
'.M. !h ap-eroprir.ie money for the Edu
cation of tiie ibind ol this .Suite. ui,d i-.j,
i nrovi.le lar the :-ame.
J. To provide lor the eomeruction of a
Wagon lload through Jackson Gran I tJ
IJ.tker Coti at a's. O
2. To siitumd Section s'. of Cbaptvr S of
General .u,s .-f Oregon. O O O
:. To am-.-ud an Act entitled an Act t-
prevent Frud. in Ch ctioits
-i. For the ie'iet.tf IJ-tker Countv.
a. it- dist I ie log ihe S ate ;i!tt Sfi.aniritil
and llepresen'auve I'is'ricts. aad lixiirg)
the ni: m'e.r o! Senaoirs and llepreseniiie'
tivey in the Ie i.-'ative Ass'-nitdy.
0. To ptovnie lor pa) it.g tla i-xiensijt
of the e'omaiissiooer atul Commissioner's
sibs'.itnte b.-r the S a e ol Oregon in at
tending ihe shth'u- 1' the t'nited Stated
Cea'e.aa! Con m -sion.
7. Ktda'ing to Kieciions; oallol fap.
8. To create, orgaoi.e and locale Vlbtf
Universiiy of the Slate of Ortgon.
D. For the leiii f of C.tos county.
10. To t.me.'.d an Act to dt.'iao thO
boundaries of Grant county.
11. To provide hi the construction of a
load in .Grant and finder counties, to bo
known as Kasteru Oregon and Winno
tn ucca road.
12. Ucdaung to the rights of nmrird
lo. To amend Sec 7 of an Act entithd
"An Act lit giiludrtg Cngiosures."' ,ipproT
ed Oct. 22, is70.
If. For protection f f" Game ar.tl Fish.
ij in relation to wi.f 1 1 a v e i I ! i i; anil in
cidental experts a and Compensation of
Justices of the Supreme and Circuit
f(i. To provide for Ihe Ueeordlnar of
i..i.,.,, ?t ,1... . .. f
: . .. ..
oilieer ot this State, pursuant to law.
17. To provide lor the Appropriation of
.Money lo pay the nrh.ge of membeis ol
the Legislative Assembly.
18. To amend an Aut entitled ''An Act
to create lheQotiice of Register ol Statt
La ml 4 in La Grande district, and to pro
vide fn- the disposition and Sale of Stato
lib To authorize the Governor to ap
point a Commission of Immigration,
IIOCSK JOINT MKMOKUI-S.
1. For improvement of Tualatin river.
2. Peutionir.g Congress to fo amend die
Act admitting Oregon into Ihe Union as to
conform the northern boundary of aid
.Stale to I he boundary lice described in
I. For imtoo veiii-n"t of Yamhill river.
4. To bui:d a breakwater or Ihe pro-
I(.c,p, r OCell, vtssols at Fort Orlord
Ii.'i,,;i ( '.,:t (rri'a ti. :i n n r. if O'i .1 1 e SUI0.-
uutJ uf U)(. C0liSln:tt0u t)f a Military
,.))a,j ;t,,( a !i:.t, of t,.,.,..,, fr01 PorfV
land by way of St. Helens. Rainer, lUa- 0
tjo;i District out ot'U that portion of the
t o u lhU,nAt9f
f t!l, nn!,h b,.,7c of the Siuslaw river and
j Ut m lU(. , Vn of Kutry at Coos Ray.
; ;U)il wi:, Ports of Delivery at Rogue
,.5rt.r, rurt Orftu-d and at Gardiner on ifco
j L-(1, ;,,:, river.
D.rr.MgOon2res5 to aid by liberal
Urant, of Und in the cons.r.ictioa of the
i'o-lanJ, Dalles and 6 All UU railryaJ.