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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - April 26, 1869, Portland, Oregon                               lf-Mn tvform From ii nf rusbmii of finil in view nf aa effort THIS ma-lr- HI the of thai to pTondt for majnrity verdicts. Tho wurthv of run- law haft been at the present of the providing fur ma inly verdi eta. I nothing nf tho par rularuof that hut shi-uld it simply but a majority to render it roulil us in As the preterit d uu.iiniuity. n nine nines ontnf very littlp take place ID the jury rnoui. A ivonlil bo taken the last And justitimi rv- w c the. A touting him to llducV an. I retrace bus ttrjm. Several frantirally to tin- thinking unfortunate'1 had iiiUMd fallow w remarked jthitt wasn t ered to in iiirli a place as that hut aii-1 Relief O. K. ol Oregon. C H. MlfttlN. PrriidTLt. -nJ KDWAMJ HUfLL. r v wmlztrmKK'UJK. t A M PAPER I U u controverted however. I do not want to dUruss under present which 1 chat the ritfht of trial by jury remain tho unanimity pnnciplo ran be upon the supposition thiit it in a view uf in th.it uf our if a consti- tutional uniendnittiil should thonght necen- I will venture to nmke some suggest iuim to the plan which I think to be in remoedlingthe regards the rendition of verdicts. The time tint- ed in tho of the court aud.tho clerk A verdict returned within hours should be unnntmcmfl to frver After that and withiji the next six a verdict signed by elevnjiirtftd nwy he giyen. After twelve and rwithin six hours signed by UR. Afttr eighteen and within fiUi one fclgr-d by iw.uij-foOT OM by eight ntarntd. I would not be in favor of a simple majority at wiy after piVTiding for another when sign AYftlid no groat TOEJ axvi even from a iimple majority fl I. C A R K w w lulu Illl rmai it re K t 113 rurunr 41 1- O. H. L. PITTOOK A CO inn' nf TiSr l N U Lodge New Article of VFalctesA Jewelry WKT A t'lu- WATCH CASE3 Hiff pru ft y ir -itr ft r.i j 1 1 K iiA.it'4 16 ift R THE OVERLAND STAGE I Thraugh in 6 1-2 Dayi IK- K UiHATILM TO SALT Kj.lkE. i uf'd AT AIJ. Tlltt I VTKKMKUIATlE i k vi K s JO HIV PlOMKEH LINK OF i Oonchew OAHRVINflTHE D S FARCO A CD'S EXPRESS. I ft rtKK nt nt ful Llio rat mug Tn k V Offlrem DR. noKUHAAYK'S PROSPECTUS OF THK STOMACH BITTERS. f -r n L nidd I ft rtKK nt nf paMft hn H 1. O. i h f'jl I tin Mii' J M ntf w Uh rut u MAHDFAOT.'ORK ALL ElSDP Of In capital ort at leoat a thret-KniittiB vote might be provided for. Courts ahould not allowed under thin lo for the rcaaonthat they do fast except by tho consent of both I laid a v'ttiilAT 1RW before a committee of jmFifitTyof the house some ten years and it was very favorably received by that andf I believe the tar was report- ed and recommended to the w it was a of general concern and not a private bill 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 qnite original- 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 prac- tical for more than thirty tliat other reforms are required besides tbe abolition of the illogical unanimity haa become great flourco of corruption and consequent denial of jus- tice. Trial by jury ought to bo confined to inal cases and civfl cases in sound merely in damages. In ail other whila very agreeable to in- dolent it lias proved a detri- ment to in every and partic- ularly 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 qaenoe of verdicts every case tried by a jury lasts tbree 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 rfjw so as to have rience of kfltmladge of hu- theroiurhfc to be. ol long standing. kbone of itander juries onght to be provided against. The trial by particularly in our at tho PK-----it and under present condi- it not only a ridiculous as far as adnrinifttntion of exact justice ia bat a positive disgrace of our general civjliift- I do not wish to I merely desire to throw out a few for the cooaidwatioii of our or such may become members of our conati- tutional covention. GUSTAVU8 KOEKNEK. CATTLK TEADI GFTHI ifl very difficult to gftt exact statistics of the dif- 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 inratftose ifl tho American cattle trade- ptoplt have an intelligent idea ol the cattle of United titatoa. in- teresting facts and figures on thin question were recently submitted before the Social Science Association at Albany. It was stated that ihe consumption of toef in France WBB and in the United tons. Quo of the principal sources of supply of cattlo to tho Eastern Statcn and New York voa TOJOS. AVhen the war broke TCSAR had only head of cattle There-were 13r head of cattle iu that State. Tbe total supposed vnlne 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 IUlt in Yamhlll yTdtf PorUi UOQ on tb BT of W C T A. C. HO. of moolh o. 10 ft orth Front order of _ M. 1. H P o. O. Q. T.- o'clock on AM In to Bj ordar W C T i-- PRINTIXQ IManiln. HARD 0 FHOPIT DUY OLD LEAD CASH i Vrill flnll i tECOID'HAMO ETC. SMITH BRO.'S IRON M tt ln and HAR.DWA1I PiPflR. tn Tinjc com tod ihq of Mill i k U with liUU tttil ACTUHK MACEUNKlir ail and HI1AP3 VPIUJlNGfl i-f Ic Ac of ntl by WILlMETTE IRON WORKS CO of Front and E 9 Block North of Conch1 SAW AND CRfftT MILL IM Of ALL CaitiiiBts for Agricultural FATFIT TDITWH WATEI niOH CllLHitK WrvProof ut COST AND PRA1OHT pounds of and gallons of yaluediit While Bticfc enonaoni coDtnmptJon going on with a regularity of supply which WM thy articles of through the hands of many dttfctont 1 traders. It was that the interests of the comniDiiity imperatively de- some legislatioti for the protection of the public. We do not see how or in what way legislation could accomplish any but perhapa it There art- moro in political eroTiouty than are of in cummorcial philosophy. Tho tekgraphio reports oC receptiuu of Andrew Johneou at ttrtwiiville. Teiui.f on hia return to that place frum were evidently colored partisan The Kaoiville says that tho eicurttioii train between Monistown un 1 ie was nearly Tho arrange- ment fmlod to attract BAH I THK LARflOTT AXD BMT STOCK OF PATTHRNB IN TH1 STATIC No charge for the rue of 1 111 for Work wffl faacntcd Promptly May 81 dtf B tuorn Tq BX KBOKIVED UNTIL 30TH of Jobtnon A ol Brick ID wltb ind tporiflrA- A Co.f and to remain UtblDat. will be received In not COD work thn work lo bulldlDfc the nnd ihn mil ed In Ihn brick v by Umlvpof Angusl And the ootire building on tM Ut day of Octabtv neji t A- J. fmiBOV tern. Hotifte to OonttMtors and Builders- ID WIL1- BE RECEIVED AT D of PortUod until I for to Block PfU 'corflw of the 26th Innt unrl UQ IxJt No. f In Contract to be Awarded the Bidder fwlth the Swrnuly Md Bunk cif office of will ba recelrod to famish all titd en tlie A.irlh l rkhl Bj of Bcvxl JACOB April I I Manila Manila RKAMfl CJLACKAHA8 MILLS different fur low tj II L. PITTOCK A N1 _ d n. A to IJ or O OFPKK AAD W ARK h Oli SK KR o o. 5 SAVJU CLACKAMASPAPiER M C5OO Tons LL5 OLD Aiubvlnn For whkfa HI6 PUC9 he H. L. PITTOCK ft CO. M. L. PITTOC J 4 u- H. JOHNSON. WIIOLBBALK Butcher and Packer. an-i Sulmoi tU rrta 'At Greenville there were an or huii'tred persons m atUiIidaiii-'e npoq the ceromonies. A larpo Htrnnn i H baiuuT WAH stretched across mutuili in the lLo on U. ami a fik-tch of AnJiYw Johnson in effigy itv AVtf weru toLl that sumo mteil at thn Marrh fnrmer dul alno at this. _ .__ The has An-irt-vy i Johcson or they' wnuhl itself upon our j Thero wiu whisky ilnvuk by many JUtviided tlm an Illl 11 1 U i r infiTiued thjit there was uu ro 'lninkriniuKrt ui ihun n m years. In ihn demonstration was genuinely a Jh'i.j j iHHolittion. THK HKRKTOFOHK J W H TMd I'hilltp Printing Inks. Printiijig Inks. In U f I 'j .r L- K 'I t f i d if'i v .in HIM nl UML1J AND SIM HI lit rhlrrj f .r u I tiic tl li K K. M fUnfrT Pun Frft i KT Mtnufarturtr of and Bank GKA Ar U wL r J AIL a rt j r TKMKTKKY J I Ln 4 11 Ciij 11 Will i 60 11 Uo.ir I 14 J HUP K M H Afiifif U la IXI 37 ix I rVineleenth Volume CO.'S TO i SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. i FROM AND AFTKR JUNE UKTTL further for JABT FJIKIGHT will if .1 i'i I rjj'in nil H ih- Ir r 4r -1 If niN T f lit H n r I tn lUrrll ''i' i. t'T luroriitAiioTi hr IM rl PIU t ntifliJruL Thai tn liH n is liv nofin ibin trKu f alnnrtt Ptpry town in Caiifor n m Victoria Hint ftnndwict the Q SAD fullj nttrflt J of 5wionJ Ilund o nf Tory low u Portland Hiihrh.....Ifl per Silver CHy 33 rn v so T hi Lin 11 N. W. Rflaairiny Ho. 113 Plnf FVont BAN FRArtC19CO. W SPAULDTNG'a PATBNT FALflS T flKRTKUJN CIRCULAR ftAW8 RHP AI In nllltH incb 3trftjffhtpnlag Ac CIRCULAR SAW8of aH'nu.wj BiKkt Rutrhftr. nnd with ft numorttnfnt c f Mill rBmwtof til kind f ftt low C UTTBRS PLANER ENIVI5P flflri BIOULDINO or on abort notice. Pf. BtRKKLL A CO. Portlftm. ars mj ntrr inr and lent -if be AlUit nt raloi u fader Boquet and fplljr 60 per which ftc- llrti fulUog off fn thr tfrfnnnrl for- tiji'i an-1 Um ntii rnui nf thf A Ttter- ic Camimay Toilet now eold in the United VAN HAAGBN New York 11 ____ d3m4p PHOENIX IRON JONATHAN SAN FftUNCTSOU. or DOORS AND WRQUOHT IKON Anil nil kiiidl of BooMimith ing mud Work. IMPROVED FIRE-PffOOF Fire and Burglar-Proof of a Su- perior Hake. Bole of Ihe MONITOR SAFE. HANK A h Of mndo to flUx-K of all kindff i Agency ISHAM KET REGISTER BANK AND irt A on hand Tbc In INJECTION ihnt IVcvtr A CM UuNORKHEA. rhr Hint run he ft.r tho wiTr unit i Mf ri in all Hft rind uf NoKiUmal mrd- U thu KeUHiJy uml ptmoni wlin fur Ami flufTereJ from Uirne Mid tried nil lu ral- culate muJ Cure by tbe of Clio JLeuiedj. t CA NGDG wilhtHit the written r of RICORD tho KICUKD. blnwntn IbcglWiol the bottU. with cap of timJlAr Jan Fraarhwo. B. LbFEVHK 1 Corner Ihipoot And For by flll br WILSON At Cur HT wlii. h 1 n nl ALWAYS OS AT PAX Mn.niiraot ururs niirt I in portorw Of SHOT BUN MATERIALS Of every OK Vlahintf Twk und 'Kit CUST IJhLMW V on GvuC. KKT LlLTLBRyin t'.'1 ami ar.d PMJTH moderate Or Irrn ft Jrh rn rn- H WINTER A Hi WINTER IMunvi Kmrtt an- my HKplKHV TIMT TirKRK f. A i urIQJC mpanj T tUti LIU In r' and Brewers' Stocki HOTTIl PAKK MAL.T HOI SK. M U I -i i 1 i 'i. i L 1 -r f rs H I I Union U IS 17 m H a M L H 0 H b i Hli-IMiKAM' F Only a Year. 1 f 't Jr''' -L bj H 11 tr MULLAKD VAX for JOHN R. FOSTER FOOT aiding Conuniwicm IX CONNECTION WITH TUB STOCK OF MRfBRB FHANKBNTHAL A havlog Uten FIRB-PHOOF BTONE Wt now to rwroivc of Goods to bo to partj of MinM ta Idaho AnJ All mallera r Forwarding Commiuloa 10. With the By common thfl OREGONfAN ranki ifcinnnif f'Jiprrn In N-Tthwrflt It IP the in t Mi H rnlnf I 'U nnd AB ft jctir in ifulh pri lalCTt iniolll i i i uijil ID Hi fi' mwue h ft.mf'inTil ft-tn5 i vuMfiy nl nuiLtnr ll ILAJI rurrjfplilor It ll tboruughlv willj thli nitd Btulf dud nelffUborLtn whttrr tho unmbrr of ita and ita inftncnrn conntAntlj An unflinching of sound Union ume time mtlfliatjon Dot only to MATTEKS OF OBNKRAL bnl to thing of moment to the prwtt TO THE UNFORTUNATt. i NKW KK.TIKDIK6. ftKW Dr- Gibbon's for Ult trwilment uf Pumul ittd A K N F Y of J. R Mark Oood i IBLL 8TOCK OF Groceries and Pijoviiioni BLACKflMlTBR1 alwnyton mml wlli sold LOW FOF Div4lTf CASH. JOIIK n. rositefl A co. F- N ON THH UPPER 18 MOW COMMITTED AND Tfl WRLL WITH A NEW STOCK OF Go tod tf SMITH'S Ophthalmic Is wmiOBT DOUBT THE MOST WONDIBFOI BYE HEACKR jel It CURKB fttobbori mi hopblcfi OHRORIC ORANUL TED dur ban iufflrirntly Ing Tew mutjthH tn whlcfe U kmn piibllc notidt. The proprietor IB hi My oifcvtnced of lU iNFALIBlttlTY WARRANTS A CtKE OR RE- FUNDS it can do the ft trfal of U Dar IT ibe if R curt not rflrctcd. It hu oirad owu KJGlJTEfiN YBAKS g will benr E. B A. L. n. Mr. W D KOB'T AuJ otbertiu vicluitj Perioua fcffltcled with the of dll- AdTlvrd to lvtt thtn remwiT fnlr triad on INJU SMITH 1 ro whom aUorderi and for by THEOtTGH BY o. STAGE EXPRESS LINE CARRYING U. 8. AND FHOM PORTLAND TO p mud B i d AIL HTAOjK LEATK8 OFflCfE 21 f trin on ami fl A.M for and m r feu McMlnoviIIc ou f At II A.M 1 nnd Poniit All orders for accoinpttniMl Ij ajiJ coll bctiuua made at y uf the anil ttxohinge for the Agent T U15 IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT day mptcy irna it WHT -ant of om or the Dlitrlrt Cent THK tof the y of of Ibr iho D airlrt nf nj John of In an Id Pibuntrupl on h TliAt thfl pHynmnt of ind the to aaid to to hin or for tW transfer ol my priipprty bj MT9 croditon of 1 Uyt to clicKiae uj of hii will bo bold M Court of to be office of Hill Jk Mulkor. ia nfonwUlT If Lair in Bnnknipicjior iid ttict on ut 10 M. AL u. 8 Marabal RKFKRKrR 8ALK- thut by nil order of IIEitEBY liiVEN irrtlit Hlatr orOregun for tbc calmly the 4tli Mun A D in n I.HI 'i MII FMM '-In Thorn. Smith an it A nun SmWh IIVM- n Aij-t Autift KobLiU auU Jitniw Tui winWit Utr gimi werfl thf ttnly 'W fur thai iri w lit pnhlif nni tu ihr Atsli in Sjilur- The 1Mb diij tif IHmJ. ut ik A M M Court HOUHA in thi' city Pi'inUuii. LN wuil following irul tln Blijolt liumlrwl in Llif itj Hula anJ InO Wt n J. L. 1HKO DAVID N E HF HIS APl'IJI MU iJaitkriipi' l Difltr i f Srf ihr of Wth uf HA. D Iftfjy Tin lifrpnT nf AH f V tl ll ill u ii ol in tbu t f Mutliionmh and Sutu Aiiknipti ITI Trejlt bj E Ourt AH-I iVKK nf HI- Al'POINTMKN Uminrt At tbe pin April Utp A H Thii h. nottoi' of hU f M MM ..f Will m.T'Lie jjri'i mi rt m u 'ui Sritfl ff Off witlim t LT ol Muli f i H. f Ti n- r a r' ric 1 1 i' N N- K OK AHMONKK or HIS JAMKtf M MfMRR Nfiw PBOCKSS FJK Krnpirr of Apnl iE.ii White Pme v inl A cUv or two HUUV fi rnun w rut I ack the I'rnuu Ktn- a iti f.ilIowiDK a In SLRo U. DOCTOR AND rHYSK'UN. M S Utri nf nf tru E fVmrl of in Ifu- f- r i U at hu ilrew a drud tWD one thrjuyh tbe side and other through the eod uf the building. The first flhot passed the side of a ni me building and the other came thn r be will fnr a HUT THEIH BBAITIFUL fur tho Children. it. eorMr of Pint D' ROPH 01 fll7.tA for bj Jfli W.COaBKTTl CO. Engine n DA Vlp 14 Ink. Lflft MKWaiSfr IN 60 LB KKQf For by EENfiTL HARDWARE CLACKAMA8 MTLL FuR 5 WA8H1NGTON ARD And to the of tbc North colntnaa contain a of tho and iu ttc. ftnd I 1 v 1 Horrible r both w ho nn- tfi.fltrinpomt at Mid ttml ibnr fiT of or the .if lifr IT thiP horrid t i f L and iliftttur of NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OJ wui f nrp f iminedjttU tin nrone ft mj br Lrt II and IB certain If JL u j of FTIOM THE EAST AND EUROPE M in iho California and art pvit before tmr rpaUpn from ONK TO THKKB BKPOKK ANY OTHKR PAI'KR IN THK 8TATK Among eorjw of Aro regular ml Wevr York WMhlngton men wlio. In fo on both polUiLiilty nnd commerci.illy from Oregon polnt IU Litorarj and CUoeml are from KXTKNDKD AND RELIABLE Commercial PTeports cnrlBfE pnbllr by thf of strkrtinqrlrr or yon l ib t Tkb nr acprnTtUs mdolffe'tict it youth BS with f crtiimij Ibt of morbi td b ical TIS r omiU-njiuti. en rk gpoti juvlti m n of l blunted I -f rharloU f ih cl Icf in furatiLmi every weokt the Drj and General Market of Purt- and tbe latwt reports by Telegraph of San o and York rcporta ac- taowlodged tc be the moit arcnrate published in the StftU In department it will M Jt hu elicrj of r on ration If o-litnioM Phr.r.V App1 1 either Ui or ftn'l a r kiie nrw witiflr mode vlncb a qnict m4 radirni ctare G Trill an j rho trill rilr 1 MAHRIKO Or who nndrr any tearful nut l moat to the i Journalism h it wtll go wiib making for improvRinetit and and U and B TERMS i Yrnr fill 3 00. Moijthn. 1 WIEKLT ORiooifUff haa a paper ailint in tbo KaaL. JL vilj be mailed froiu office at subflcnplion Subucribcrt will Anil with on which fiubacrlptionf ae unterofj an ouc In name and nfflco BbouJd cliBlmcllj All pnpom ditfC'wMnnncI at end Lime for which Lhej hiive dale of U printed with the pach wrek BY MAIL AT OUR ID presence or the nearunl agoiil. onr fneiidn to aid aa in eitpndiug clrcuU tjon uftho in direct Mn L. FubUaber and Prn Portland AUBATTS FOR THK J. U- Subacrlptiooi to the WT.IKXT inttiillltHl dintl to LUu bj j.MiJ thw luilow-iiiij TmrellPK Agwnt P. W GILLETTE W H V.rtij L i' ftnhvr tsr r. KMINTIM o M.W T. ft. lilbbtn 4 Qco. E. Oetcbell Amil Thoa. Baillii J. Caiick John J. McCaii Parker Aitoria. H R. Kuk Brownsville. Co M W B. Bon .CorvullJi N Merlin P M J U J Waltlr-.u J B W. H. A IT C I'm him D A T Oroit-m Sniilb A UruQeK Dr J K D'iyw John JU Unit M H A L L. M M JohnW n. oii A V vui M M J M Kr W M J M IUi W P H r A T. N K K w r Un J M M J written br AT mnv wiipr Dr ihc AT hu rot tinned IM from to of Ihd witk Ten lnrt terar ihronplj t Cc fillftBtlMi Caotlcn 10 the rt of tbe T dupe nf the M'1f-Pl fun 13 d in the find iff thHr rradvw ratriprn in if Difrpucp olBct orrr Ihp 8aTi F fll not flnd MnJIrnl an tmt fl llipi'' former n Lwik ftt tW for TW or K to trend niftk fi rim In rttii Ui trtislirK o1 linu cull- joo kcow thu Dr. iilU i. 6uvt bnjrtif TUI-P cr I f. -tr Dr vHI ftt bji offlrr ot hlf iibilio diwmiw nt- ndTrrtininf nrp it J.F ocr CamtDfirnftl. ''Prirntr Vnt-TiDrr nn FranciBCo Pr-nr Bn S63 R KM RIO UK TO PUT BOX M52 07V TK1 IM inform L I N THK O'lXTY KT t'F THE OODJTTT a Ii Ibe laatlfr of of itiuE ciiaiiLiu jur. JAo Ii- i -1 iin r frtMrjiii 'L It iMt-T i.f .M md U rtliflr to nbi'W an nlioDid ivU be ntftt Aii Uif of f Hit n fur bj At tiffi uf Lniirgta 11 i'Uuu''rf K n rt M 1-1 tbe DttW t HuirJ4 Of I brr jrin v -r M IJL V'i'llftTii Ufl Boirlnr nrui of said df MJ.J -v- i ibr Cofl niifcb nijii .ii t i-n the 7ti IStlf rtDil Bhi B tnllM iDfci diwcnlrtnl -CJH -iiuiulu iK'l with Uif- .J u-l v ln of lo H.p l lot in Bfuck Acl and aortic nf a Bhu-i-iaU.il Vluln. m nt lJb of nf anJ Hi h..- k to Ui potMcr n nmr anl nf Apri L T S -Tli K 111 AT OK of J'drtUn i it btkiikr'ipi i t Of MJT l. i-T' C Ml r' V r v L- u. i are L 'i J Ur k-u u j of find al L nk A i H M V HT OP TB1 A rf tbf r II K i I t T nun r I t' 1 r n. fi r f1' T r i f P i n 1 I vt ash on RrvU h H Wr-i N SrnH .I H M Kmuk H W H K Vi in I I'mrm l.nrilov PIT IV M S H. 1 Tcrmi All discontinued ton of vubttrlptlom. X I fnc n- it I r 1 Vl i.i. A M uf Mm A.   

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