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Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - April 26, 1869, Portland, Oregon From ii nf of finil in view nf aa effort THIS HI the of thai to for verdicts Tho of law haft been at the present of the providing fur ma inly verdi eta I nothing nf tho par that hut it simply but a majority to render it us in As the preterit d n nine nines very take place ID the jury A bo taken the last And w c the A touting him to an I retrace bus Several to thinking had fallow w remarked wasn t ered to in a place as that hut Relief O K ol Oregon C H HUfLL r v t A M PAPER I U u controverted however I do not want to under present which 1 chat the of trial by jury remain tho unanimity ran be upon the supposition it in a view uf in uf our if a should I will venture to some suggest to the plan which I think to be in regards the rendition of verdicts The time ed in tho of the court clerk A verdict returned within hours should be to After that and the next six a verdict signed by nwy he giyen After twelve and six hours signed by UR eighteen and within one by OM by eight I would not be in favor of a simple majority at wiy after for another when sign no groat even from a majority fl I C A R K w w lulu it re K t 113 41 O H L A CO inn nf l N U Lodge New Article of Jewelry A WATCH Hiff pru ft y ir ft j 1 1 K 16 ift R THE OVERLAND STAGE I Thraugh in 6 Dayi K TO SALT i AT AIJ I i k vi K s JO HIV LINK OF i D S FARCO A CD'S EXPRESS I ft nt nt ful rat mug Tn k V DR PROSPECTUS OF THK STOMACH BITTERS f n L I ft nt nf hn H 1 O i h I tin Mii J M w Uh rut u ALL Of In capital ort at a vote might be provided for Courts not allowed under thin lo for the they do fast except by tho consent of both I laid a before a committee of the house some ten years and it was very favorably received by that andf I believe the tar was ed and recommended to the w it was a of general concern and not a private for an insurance or a mining it was lost and as I was not then quite satisfied of tbe of the I did not press its p Ita suggested by me are not I have Been tho principle in aome of the leading English I believe it ban been actually embodied into some of the late colonial of and ia said to work well writing upon this I may well it is my firm formed by an experience of our system and ita tical for more than thirty other reforms are required besides tbe abolition of the illogical unanimity haa become great of corruption and consequent denial of tice Trial by jury ought to bo confined to inal cases and cases in sound merely in damages In ail other whila very agreeable to in- dolent it lias proved a ment to in every and in the consumption of an immense amount of trait I should that on an including the time spent on motions for MW the almost inevitable of verdicts every case tried by a jury lasts times longer than n case tried By the court Another very great reform is needed ill tbe composition of a They ought to aad selected win greater they to beof so as to have rience of of to be ol long standing of juries to be provided against The trial by particularly in our at tho and under present it not only a ridiculous as far as of exact justice ia bat a positive disgrace of our general I do not wish to I merely desire to throw out a few for the of our or such may become members of our ifl very difficult to gftt exact statistics of the ferent branches of agriculture Most of what travels through tho newspaper press ia but mere guess from the New York appears much more carefully drawn than And shows how ifl tho American cattle have an intelligent idea ol the cattle of United in- facts and figures on thin question were recently submitted before the Social Science Association at Albany It was stated that consumption of toef in France WBB and in the United tons Quo of the principal sources of supply of cattlo to tho Eastern and New York voa TOJOS the war broke TCSAR had only head of cattle head of cattle iu that State Tbe total supposed of all the rattle in the United States waa and the total annual consumption amounted to head In New York alone there was 000 worth of meat annually be- pounds of valued at Nonpareil Lodge 1 O- C g in on tb BT of W C T A C HO of o 10 ft orth Front order of M 1 H P o O Q o'clock on AM In to Bj W C T HARD 0 DUY OLD LEAD CASH i Vrill i ETC SMITH IRON M tt ln and tn com tod ihq of Mill i k U with ail and Ic Ac of ntl by WILlMETTE IRON WORKS CO of Front and E 9 Block North of SAW AND MILL IM Of ALL for Agricultural ut COST AND pounds of and gallons of While going on with a regularity of supply which WM thy articles of through the hands of many 1 traders It was that the interests of the imperatively de- some for the protection of the public We do not see how or in what way legislation could accomplish any but it There moro in political than are of in philosophy Tho reports oC of Andrew at on hia return to that place frum were evidently colored partisan The says that tho train between un 1 ie was nearly Tho ment to attract BAH I THK BMT STOCK OF IN STATIC No charge 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