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ally in appearance. All don lits at leaving a subject that ha< assumed ’ess to blame titan the Congress­
Religion« services will l>e l^eld by the
to a prosperous season have! been Rich magnitude to the decission 6f men who overlook the President’s
Herg is what King Kalukaua
THE PVRTLA
M. E. Chnrch South, as follows:
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11 A. M. toldja jVashington reporter:
First Sunday Hanny Valiev,
a subcommittee. Io visit Louisiana t ehniej 1 re poneibil ty for milita­
settled,
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’McMinnville,'..........
11 A. M.
Thirl - West Chehalem,...
for the purpose pf making further ry intervention in view of thegrtu^
“Yo| like Wasliingfem,” asiked
.,N ew O rleans . Jan. 13.—
Fourth “ Armstrong's Chape) 11 “T
Lafavette..................
fiP. M the rejibrter, and the King n pli­
inve«tigniion of the difficulties no a illegality, lawlessness and rovola-
Houses of the ' Legislature t<
E. G. MICHAEL, P. - C.i
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existing in that State. The testi­ lion which such intervention de­
ed: ; “Yes. and I regret leaving it
passod a resolution reqnestinir
GJVATIQ.
Dr. J. W. Watts will preach at. this nia<se
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in the iL ning. I’m just Itcgiu-
gre*s immrdiatalv to institute an mony taken by the sub committee feated; also of the fact that the
the second-Sunlay in every month at r 11 g.
mdifc
m., and la the «venin« at early «and
nmg|to'know the people and to
iuvrstigsti n into the affairs of L
Lou* and their report will be held in President does not clatfc the right
light.
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abevance until the return of. the of military dictatorship which the
idana.
upprtrihte the Iteanty of the city. OhRQOT/l MATTFRS I?
1C E. Church. 5
I 1 think L will grow more and more
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j Dupre, Conservative member of other members of the committee. Louisiana action raemed.to imply.
Religious sen ices will beileld h/theM
The Times comments on the mea-
MMSouse frotn this city, says thf-rt Tho time for starting ha« Rot been
E- ( hurch. as fwLiow;.
Leni' is not a word of truth in the re|jor- fixed upon, but it is expected the ragc as a moderate, stong and sen­
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rfrnaps, sue, you will
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ted offers of Kellogg for a coinpr ro­ commit lee will be able to leave sible document, calculated (o make
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sec -nd abtiath smiths' Church at 11 A|. come back again.”
M , We-i L'heti >Iem 7 r. m .
mise by living Conservative!! tile Saturday ni^ht. Foster. Phelp* a favorable impresaiort on the coun­
“I shall return to America dur­
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill 11 a. M ìli
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Lafavette 7 P M.
Sen add Potter, who constitute the try.
The Preduent does not jus­
Fourth Sabbath at McMinnville-11 A. *• ing theCenteniMul Exhibition,^and
IA- ■ Legi-lature. The House ami
and 7 p . m .
a ’ think there will be many crowned
sir« committee, will not go. The tify the military operations at New.
Ì ate met. compared the journals of
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W. B utt , P. C,
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vesterdav, and declared P. H. S. remaining members of the commit­ Orleans on the 4th, but regards
head* here. If my information is
(Rf-L. SA5ILKL. U «>ur duly HU*u»r|
ixed Aj'ent Mt PortLmd, Orej'oii.
Piiiciibeck elected United States tee are G<‘O.«F. Hoar, of Massa Kellogg’s call upon the military
corre? t. It is the intention of the
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chusetts; Wlieekr, of New. York; as debatable. -. He distinctly states
royalty |f Europe to have many,of
Arrival and Departure of .Mail*.
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Fry, of Maine; and Mnruhall, of as his opinion that the constabula«
h its highest representatives here.
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T renton Jan. 13 —The I oline
Mails bound South will elose at •r|
Illinois.
ry and military force should have
But l'iwint to be free and enjoy Présidât to day:
»’clock p. m . eAch day.
adopted re.-olntions strongly con
Mail* bound Nortli will close at
myself. During my next vis:t I
Seeilkr from your t* ieá! •gcMha t demuir.g the action of the General
W ashington , Jan. 18. -The l»een called on first. The Federal
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Postoffice will close at 7 P. M. until propose to chalk nge American the intmlërcocO of th| m| pup on Government in Louisiana mat! ters. Seuatc Committee on Appropria­ military acted under general in­
farther notice.
single oarsmen in a race, 1 may the 4tf h ‘ inst., - in the
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Li: ation The Senate received the r«iolu- tions rejiorted the 'I’reasury Ap; structions which could not con­
Office open from five to six r. M not win, but I’ll trv. I know I am
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of the iJ House of Rcpr( fon > I hi es of tions and tabled them for the pres- proprialion bill. M orrill raid the template the preeise occasion. The
Sundays.
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I |ho
Aujr. 18.
J. W. W atts , P. M.j a goof trainer, but may lie I have Lonisi^lia,
was
ìze I bv ent.
increase w<» attributable chit fl v tô military error, therefore, was not
—a bcconfe ¿o corpulent to row in a you, I
BUSINESS CARDS.
. as S|»e<i ■er pf raid
C olumbus , O.. Jan. 12.—Both the wants of the service ir. the As­ committed under his instructions,'
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Housejfa^k you to dtrâct B.e mili- Houses of the Legislature passed say Offices and iu the Departments and there is, accordingly, no occa­
JN). J. DALY,
“Then lyou are fond of athletic tary
tarv to!
tôfrestorc
Im ?xist- iCcolulions condemning the i
restore tmu'flfa
thcsM
«1 the Government at Washington. sion to censure him. The Presi­
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sports|” .
ing at tho time Genei I
'Pro- ference pf Federal troops in < Loui- It was a reduct oa of marly two dent effectually disposes of the
. Attorney-at«Law,
“Hardly anything suits s me bet- briand rj<*en d Scortai
.siana.
millions from the bill of last year. Democratic clamor against him.
OREGON’,
DALLAS,
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Iter. Wdhave in Hawaii several from the jlimre, in or er lili I
coininittee submitted an Safeguards against the recurrence
ILL practice in the Snnreme
Supreme Court
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incinnati . Jan. 16. -A meet' The
an I ail the touriHoi the 3rd Juli (excellent base ball dubs, and as
of the event» of the 4th lie Sn the
H inse may proceed iu lu
ciai District. '
ing of leading citizens ton t amendment reducing the pay of
CáFüffice in the Court-IIuuHC.
nil'l Tswi nmers we are < proficient.
1 charge of its duties wi 110!
hands of. the Republican majority
adopted resolu.ions condemning the Commissioner of Internal Rev­
think i|otlpng of making a leap tation. [Signed.]
in Congress. -
JAS. McCAIN,
the recent part played by
br the mili enue from i 6.000 to 5.0* 0 per
into t’«j ^ater from a ¡Mccipice
y it
annum. Rejected. The commit* Am American Marshal of tho Bo*
: Louis J
tarv
ATTORNEY AT LAW, live hiihdryd feet lii^h.
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also
icjMirted
an
amendment
W ashington . Jani 4|
LAFAYETTE, OREGQN.
C hicago , Jan. 16. -The
Five lnjmdred feet high| Why.
authorizing the organization of a
Among the Americans 'who at­
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ILL PRACTICE
PRAÇ — IN ALL OF THE your Majesty, that beat? Sum Senate. Sprague,¡of Bfiml •I!
bunt's New Orleans ?pi euial
Bureau
of
Commerce
aiuFStatis-
tended a ball given at (he Hotel •
•sute Courts.
m*rllv8tf
from the Commiitep Jmj
Patch.” |
the j . D ci . nocía
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tics to be attached to the Treasury de Ville, Paris, when John Y. Ma­
Landa,
reporied
favorjbfi
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They
«av
they
will
meet
to-morhiw
E d BRADSHAW.
. “From whrt height did he leap?”
Department. The amendment ap­ son was our Minister there, was
biil
granting
the
\Vilhi6tci
[e
to
organize
the
Legislature
and
ad
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King l>ked.
propriates i 600 (0 for exj »eiiscs Jack Spicer, of Keutuckv. Jack
A_ttòrn-\y at Law, the MiniRtoi^
Railroad Company the ; «X
journ
sine
die.
Tfii«
will
leave
the
Pierce
was
appealed
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and fixe# tho salary of its head at rushed the dress somewhat strong,
EXFAYETTE,. ORÉGON.
way
through
public
l|n<
a
members
free
to
enter
a
legal
Leg
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to tor ¡information, and if he was
Ml
<3 500. 'Pho amendment propos­ and sported epulettes oil his shoul­
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narrow
gauge
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ilraud|
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islature, which the Republicans are ed by the committee increasing the ders large ,enough to start four .7
Office in tl>9 Co irt Ilonas.
correct, he thought it somewhere
C olumbus , Jan. 15.*|-A
anxious they choiiid du. No leg
io the l^eighborhood of 120 feet.
appropriation for dies, pajJer and major-generals in business. Jack t
P. C. SULLIVAN,
¡station
thus
far
has
been
had
of
Atthis .thd King could not re- against the adoption o|T
or i
siaupifor Internal Revenue pur­ was the observed of all observers,
iiUportadce,
because
of
the
absence
tion
denouncing
the
atgioBg
press
a
Pmilc,
and
said:
v
Attorney-at-Uaw,
posed from $459.000 to $500,OOt), and got mixed up with a party his
of the Democrats. There Was
“Whji gentlemen. { should think Government in the Loasij lì 1
■WTTILL hereafter be found ftt the •»ou1 li
was agreed to. A sharp discas- friends could not account for.
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vV easti orner room of Reed's
nothing<of
lumping
into
the
water
some
talk
to-dav
that
live
of
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ter was adopted by the j
House, ups air.«, Salem, Oregon.
nll.y
shy: took place on the amendment Wherever the Marshals of France
Be,
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mera
tic
h
orn
a
yietfipicc
1,000
feet
above
member« expressed pi ojK)>ing the creation of a Bureau went, there went Jack, and when
to-day, and entered on 1
W. M . RAMSEY,
themselves in private to entert ain
it. EvAiIi
little girls jump ì from Journal by the request
ol Slutisties, pending which the the Marshals sat down Jack did
Attorney at Law, heights 300 ¡and 460 feet foe om the bers.
Republicans, and -were perhmtly
Sçnate went into Executive session, the tame, always taking the post
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LAFAYETTE, OREGON.
water.” b f
willing
to
be
captured
by
the
Ser
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of honor. The day after the ball
R ichmond , Jan. 15. J
and soon after adjourned.
geant
at-Arms
and
brought
in
Wu
arc
informed
that
when
his
Office in Ota Court Hnu?a.
idature adopted résolut K
N ew YoitK, Jan. 18.—In • the Jack called on our Minister to
where they could draw mileage Und
a royal jump of
Majesty pei ¿lorms
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testing against thé recel
;UA».A. BALL.
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« STOTT
Tilton Beecher cas« Moulton tes­ France, who started up a conver­
per
deim,
but
whey
the
Sergeant
this sort hej
he« springs straight for­ cnee of United States tjol
sation in the following way:
BALL <fc STOTT,
went after (hem they could uot be tified that having shown Tilton
ward into tii
the air, and cominences the Louisiana Legislature.'
*T hear. Jack, you were at the
Beechers prepared statement Til­
Attorneys at Law, the dcs<?eni by holding himself Kelly and Mitchell. A L» « ifc>r' gon, found.
ton refused to l»e made out the vic­ ball last evening.”
Hl First Surest, Op (tosile Occidental Hotel. quite rigid, with the legs down­
N ew Y ork , Jan. 15.—A Wa sh| tim of hallucination.
“I was sir, and had a high old
presented resolutions fnmi!
I^g-
Moulton
ward. Wheh within sixty or eigh­ ialative Assembly of t|ej
PORTLAND, OREGON.
Vug att­ then gave his story of the publica­ time.”
tc of ingloti dispatch says there Was
janTOtf
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Water
he
suddenly
ty - feet of tl
ira Ée-
other conference of Southern
, ì. tion of Tilton’s card and his state­
Qi’eg'm relating to thb Ííil
pititeMion
‘•For which you were indebted <
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draws his body together almost of salmon in the Columbia* E vier; publicans last night, at which it
DR. ALFRED KINNEY,
ment before the committee, whiph I suppose, to the high old company
in theshaiie|of a ball, and then a« referred.
was unanimousL agreed to^upphil lif told Beecher would n ver have you got mixed up with. By tho
Surgeon.
he strikes, Ite throws out his legs
I í L ■ • the Keilogg government in Louisi­ occurred had he (Beechei^ not way, how came you associated with
Mitchell, from the Senate I
R oom N o . 7. D bmvm ’ s B iildino .
and goes dojrn feet first, straight
ana and demand its support by (he caused Mrs. Tilton to leave her the Marshals?”
N. W. Corner First and Wa«hing‘on.
inittee on Claims, ypjio^tdp •
PORTLAND. OREGON?
as an arrow ’
! Republican party. It is the ¡men­ home. 4Witness gave an account
“How? By virtue of my office.
OfBdte Hours— a to II a. m till after 5 p. ■
Wu trust ¡lie King is not in er­ the bill for the iclicf uf » J.
In mice at Night.
tion of Republicans in the Senate of the establishment of the Golden They were Marshals of France,
ror whcnJiC anticipates the pres­ Drew, of Oregon, late ftiym!
to admit Pmc.ibeck to his seat as Age a nd Beecher * repea ted offers while I am nothing else than a
ence of man’’ other royal person­ with recommendation tl^itlit1
soon as he an Ives in Washington. to help to laaintuin it. Finally Marshal of the Republic. I show­
ages in iho United Slates during
The President has s|g|ed
Some Senators slate einphaticully witness took £5.000 from Beecher ed my position, and took post ac­
“ r itchiiial Exhibition of
M EPHESON B SB AML Y, PROPR’8 the great Ci
bill
for
the
resumption
1876 at Phi |ulelphin. The mana-
i that h<¿ will be sea ed. This would and gave it in stnall sums to Til­ cordingly;”
■W FE WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON
payments.
hand all kinds of rough .umi>er. gers of tl&t Onterprise should take
be such a marked recognition of ton,who did not know from whence
“By right of your office. What
wh eh we are selling cheaper than any i advantage of the occasion by an-
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o'i er mill tn the county.
W ashington , Jan. 151 jin the the Kellogg government thit it It came. Tracy wanted hitn to tell do you mean?”
shMs
in
Persons who contemplate building will !choring cflactif
of
the
tal
’
est
sh
in
..'rl It to their advantage to give ua a call
“Read'and see.”
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the Delaware and invite the |inga Senate, Kellykalled up thtS' ennte docs not seem [louible the Senate Tilton that Beecher gave ft to him
1» tore purchasing elsewhere.
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would take such action until it had but Im refused to do go. ! ’
bill for the Cbnstruction pQ tli
□ere Jack presented Mr. Ma­
Be,.................................... $9 irk, generallyf to a centennial jumping
match frch the very top ojthe Dalles and Salt Lake Railroad and deliberated or determined' upon
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N ew Y ork . Jan. 14.—While son with a' whitey-brown paper .
mainmast. At a dollar a ticket, telegraph, and ■ proceed|d|io ad the policy of dealing with the
with a seal big enough for a four
. For Urge bills of lumber for houses and
and five dollara for front scats, it dress the Senate in fa reft* j f * the whole case. There has beeu witji- here and at Washington there are
bovns we will make reductions.
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pound weight. '
- WRIGITT & STEPHESON.
sharp
divisions
of
opinions
about
would
d
:iw
enormously.
And
dec4:n41;ly _______ ._____
wc hereby ofjfer to/l»et fifty dollars bill. At the expiratioi| ’ if the in tlm last two days signs of rcac the accuracy of the facts of the -• “What in the name of heaven is
tion among the Republicans in fa
that Kalhknua can jump better morning hour it was laid*¿| er.
i Presidon’s message, it has inspired this?”
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from, that elevation than anv othei
“My commission of ‘Marshal’
B anitab , Jan. .16.—T,i| ! profi­ vor of endorsing the policy that ! a général feeling of relief on the
HAYE TWO GOOD FARMS FOR SALE
king,
empernr
or
simple
prince
ip.
at very reaaonaole terms— each contain­
pects of gftyd crops and vpd tti tión has been pursued and ot recogiiiz part of thinking men of all parties, |I received in 1850, when I assist­
ing 3*40 acres.
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world.
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5un.
the
known
wprld.
Sun.
ing and sustaining the Kellogg
C ne b acuate one mile and a half north of
never
koked
better
than
no!
vith
because, while it asserts strong ed in taking (he census in Frank­
La layette; is well improved. Has a good
tfiin^
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Asiem
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goverumeni.
Opinion
is
stil^ric
the exception of frost, whfc^ si I iowb
A lban
provocation from the Conserva­ fort.”
ORCHARD
hly to day, b;< a party vote, adopt­ itself throughout San Joaqi in and dating,Jiowever, and it governed tives for m litary intervention, it
“You don’t, mean to say you
And alt kinds of shrubbery of the be*t va­
by feeliugs rather than judgment.
riety. The oth r is in Chehalem Vai ey near ed rosolutioiiM condemning the in­ Alameda rouhties.
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carefully avoids asserting the lat­ travel on this?”
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the Willamette river. There is a good
terference of the military in Loui.
“I don't mean anything else.
W ashington Jin. 15.—There ter as a princip e or justifiable pel-
S an L uis O bispó , Jan. tóX- X
MILL-SITE
siaua affair«, and especially con­ heavy min storm' c.amrqpig t’d laat port of the Sub Committee on icy.
That makes me a ‘Marshal’ of tha
On this placesplenty of good timber; about
feqF
in
demning Sheridan’s bai/ditti prop­ night nt 9 o’clock. Rain
Louisiana Matter* is made public;
0 seres eleared.
The Sun, World and Herald, how­ Republic, and I intend to have it
ither of these farms ean bo «seared at a
osition, approved by the Secretary torrents all night. Up tn t le pre.<- j The Commi ttee on Southern Af ever. violently denounce the mes­ duly honored.”
bagrain. Ttrius easy.
For further particular« enquire
Mr Mason thought that Jau^
uirt of
nr
of War in thè name of the Admin­ ent it nhows no signs of a
foira have determined, in view of sage, but the general/ popular ver
8. ►. SMITH.
SMITH,
was doing a very larga busuMaa an
?
•r at thia offie«.
istration.
Grass has already changed ‘ Interi-1 the dissatisfaction expressed on diet, apparently, is that Grant is i a very small capital
M. E. Church South.
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