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Religious services will lx? held bygth
M. E. Church South, as follows:
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* “ McMinnville...............
the South, fend, authorizing' the
West Chehalem,11 Al M.-
[FROM THE PORTLAND DAILIES.]
La fa vette,..................... 6 n M.
President tgfeuspend the habeas
E. G. MICHAEL, P. U.
corpus right in certain cases, vilth
other insature« which have lien
Dr. J. W. Watts will preach at tills
the second Sunday In every month a
LOUISIANA AFFAIRS! subjects of Consideration by the
■a., and in the evening at early cs
Caucus Comtótee. The proceed
ings are represented to have boon
Religious services will be held by thoM. Congressional Investigation harmonious and thO result entirely
E- Church, as follows:
Fit st Sabbath Lafayette at 11 a . m ., and
Unity Bch<ol House at 3 p. M.
Second Sabbath Smiths’ Church at 11| A.
m , We*t Chchalem 7 r. m .. -
Third Sabbath, North Yamhill 11 a .pc.,
Lafayette 7 p . m .
Fourth Sabbath at McMinnville 11 A4M.
and 7 r. m .
W. Rm, P. C,
in Mew Orleans I
JNO. J. DALY,
ILL practice in tlie Supreme Court
and all the courts of the 3rd Judi
* 8^“9flice in the Court-House.
GRIST A ND SA W MILL
I i ■
ILL PRACTICE IN ALL OF Till
| B oston , January 20.—Henry
li Daws was elected United States
Senator on the second ballot to-
Office in tho Court House
I». C. SULLIVAN,
! L incoln , Ne., January 22.—A.
REFILL hereafter be found at the south* IS: Paddock, formerly Governor
cast corner room of Reed's Opérai
House, up stairs, Salem, Oregon.
nllly ; wps dected U. S. Senator.
Conservatives carried it, having a
majority of titenty-nine in the
House and ten in the Senate, elect
ing a State Treasurer by over 4,-
000 majority; that the returning
board falsified* the returns; that
there was no intimidation of vot-
* I 1 '
ers, except that by colored Repub
licans of colored Conservatives,
and by U. S. troOps under com
mand of U.S. Marshals, io iirtiini-
daie white Conservatives. The
Secretary ristow slipped yes- rest of the points are general and
ibecffic denials of the allegations
terday and spi ained his leg.
Five of the 'eleven members of of Republican counsel. The com
mittee meet to:inorrow to liiar ev
the Comniittç >e on'Electiona are
opjiosed to tl
S hreveport , La., Jan. 23.—A
majority to ex
non from Ids |
tcard is published, to-day signed'by
The Présidât and several mem a number of northern residents of
bers of .his Cabinet have gone to Shreveport including traders, cot
ton buyers and planters, expressing
Philadelphia tb/attend a party.
; The House as. passed, without astonishment at the recent report
amendment, 11 lough ton’s bill to of Major Merrill to General Sher
confirm to Sani Jose the title to th le idan of ostracism and persecution
4 of colored and white Republicans
Pueblo laiids. i
in this section, denouncing the
N ew O rlea |&, Ja n. 22.—Hoar,
statements in whole and in detail
Wheeler, Fry and Marshall, lof
as utterly false. They say the re
the congress io ila I committee arriv
lations between the whites and
ed last night aid had a preFinioa*
blacks is unusually friendly, arising
ry rtiecting. Ip day the counsel
doubtless from the fact that to a
on either side submitted their cas
great extent they acted and voted
es. ; The Republicans make Hie
together last election. They think
1st. They cfjn show 1,000 Rc- the good order here quite remark
able, considering the fact that par
publ’can voters (intimidated from
ish officials iand representatives
vGtin# the Repi blican ticket: first,
who were elected by 600 majority
by thcCblfnxm ssacre; second,[by
in as orderly an election as ever
tlio Consliatta r assacrc; ; thirdyjby
was held, had been for a second
the White L( igne conspiracy;
time climated out of their rights.
fourth, by violent deposing of par
They conclude bj’ saying the state-'
ish officers thrcjugliout the State
mentsreferred to are so outrageous
and installing ilfeJal McEnery of
ly false and groundless they could
ficials; fifth, general. proscription
only have originated in a crazy
and persecution! of Republicans;
brain and conceited malice.
sixth, by insurrebtióri, September
N ew O rleans , Jan. 23. -A cau
2d. That the jwiiite Leaguo is cus of the Conservative members
an organized conspiracy against of the House to-day adopted the
State governine] t, confederated following resolution: “Desiring in
with kindred orgj nidations thro the interest of our afflicted ‘State,
out the south; tl nt object is the to have a solution of the political
overthrow of red instructed gov- trouble, and believing in the fair
eminent and viri lal annulment of ness of the Congressional Commit
the constitutional amendments; tee now in New Orleans, we as a
that one of its daiig ?erous results is body ask them, if the task be not
a revival of the oldtli hostility against considered too onerous, to take the
the Ut|S. Governfn Rent.
. j j returns of 1874, together with all
3d. That the ye tended Wiltzl fair and iclevant testimony, and
organization of th4 j House of Rep 1 upon sucli returns aad evidence to
resentatives waai 1 revolutionär. i ‘declare what members of *lhe leg
.nob, entirely destitute of legality ; islature were fairly elected.^
W ashington , Jan. 23.—There
seems at present to be serious
doubts about Pinchbeck’s admis
sion to the Senate from Louisiana.
It is opposed earnestly on the
ground that if Congress fails to
legislate on the Louisiana question,
the President will accept Pinch
beck’s admission as another recog
nition of Kellogg’s government.
An attempt is making to seat
Pinchbeck under the vote of the
Republican caucus,'but it is not yet
touted whether the caucus will so
order. Some prominent Senators
are positive of a negative vote.
There is an impression if Congee 8
fails to act, the President will
withdraw the;! troops from Louisi
ana. ' '
A military gov »ramen t for Lou
isiana, or any' other of the south
ern States, as some have privately
suggested, is out of the question.
Gen. Sheridan will remain at New
Orleans without limit as to time.
W ashington , Jan. 24.—The
Secretary of the Interior recom
mends an appropriation of $15,0(10
for the erection of a grist and saw
i mill at Siletz Agency, in Oregon,
which would save a large amount
annually to the government, now
paid for the transportation of flour,
etc., although abundant wheat car.
be raised by rthe Indians on the
rysville Woolen Mills is probably
the largest of any jingle property.
A number of churches considera-
blv damaged; the levels can, under
intelligent management be rebuilt
with no large expenditure. . Threa
persons were drowned. A relief
committeo has been
Oroville and Oregon railroads con
siderably washed but bein# repair
ed. . A great loss of stock ¡«.re
ported from the surrounding coun-
At Colusa, ‘Visalia, Petaluma,
and other points the storm was
W ashington , Jan. 25.—Secre.-
tary Gorham called the Senate to
order and read a letter from Vice
President Wilson, dated Saturday
last, announcing that’a pressing
engagement would most certainly
prevent his attendance at the open
ing of the Senate to-day. Bout*
well submitted a resolution declar
ing H. B. Anthony President pro
tern, of the Senate, which was
agreed to, and the Secretay. was
instructed to inform the President
of the House of Representatives of
The Secretary of the Interior
also asks Congress to appropriate
$30,000 to supply deficiency in the
proceeds of the sales of land!« in
Round Valley Reservation, appli
cable to the payment of settlers for
rinprovetfients on said reservation,
to liquidate such claims thereon as
may be found valid by virtue of
pre-emption or homestead entry,
this- recommendation J virtually
abandons the proposition hereto
fore held by the department, that
lands restored ftc public domain
should be appraised, and settlers
purchasing should be required to
pay high prices to cover the defi
A large number of petitions
were presented for repealing the
ten per cent, reduction of the tar
iff on certain articles, and against
the restoration of duty on tea and
¡W ashington , Jan. 23.—The
" i '
Sénatorial Caucus on Southern af
faira to-day lasted several hours,
but there being conflicting views
Office in the Court Hou«e
nd conclusion was reached. The
C hicago , Jan. 25.—An Inter-
- B. STOTT caucus, instead of giving expres
Ocean's Washington special says
BALL & STOTT,
sion to its views on the Louisiana
the debate ever the admission* of
Attorneys at Law, question, agreed to await the ac
, Colorado developed a strong ojipo-
111 First Street, Opposite Occidental Hotel tion of the Commitice on Elections
sition, although of-twenty-five Sen
ion the Pinchbeck credentials, and
ators present over half were in fa
will therefore be governed in the
vor of admission. The subject
Senate by the Committee’s report.
Some Senators say there is no es- that it'was a part pf a conspiracy 7 M adison , Wis., Jan. 22;—In will probably come uj> i to morrow..
ica$c from the present difficulties to revolutionize t|e entire State the Republican caucus to-night, 59 The chances of an enabling act be
Bn that State except by reiianding Government-.
faembers were present, Carpenter ing reported, aye not aery good.
4th. We desirç j to submit evi- hiras nominated U. S. Senator by a
|t to a Territorial conjitinn. * By
Neithe»’ of the House caucuses of
assassinations, Mote ot 44 to Washburn, 13; Rti- Friday night commanded the ac
¿this means could be avoided com
plications growing out'oi the rec- murders, pròscripti« in in theaters |le, 1; Fairchild, 1. The vote was tive support of most of the promi
pgnition of the Kellogg Govern- or public places. e.i pulsion of col (hen made unanimous. The Dem nent Republicans, although there
Inent. It is the only way by which ored children fra li schools by ocratic caucus met and adjourned was a considerably larger attend
STEPHESON <fc SHAMLY, PROPR’S prder may eventually be restored, mobs.
- .* . I
ance last night. Blaine, Dawes,
Without making a nomination,
Garfield, Scofield, McCrary and
TWTE WILL keep ” CONSTANTLY ON pthers think a stronger hand ought
maha , Jan. 23.— Algernon
W hand all kinds of rough lumber,
others of that class took no part
which we arc selling cheaper than an^ to . be stretched toward several counsel of the othei ¡aide they will
other mill In the connty.
whatever lai t night. Ib fact, both
Persons who contemplate building will Southern States, otherwise there show,’if allowed, th|t intimidation
And it to their advantage to give us a call
by U. S. military w|as in fact only ceed Senator Tipton, is a native of
pnight be anarchy. Opinions dif
before purchasing elsewhere.
S^i. Lawrence county, N. Y., about meetings have been almost entire
the fear which parlies guilty of
ly in the bands of southern Repub
Boxing......... .................. •• 19 « K ferent from these wcre^ expressed
years of age and is distantly re lican«. ’ j
9 11 M l»y more conservative Senators. complicity iu the mapiacres of Col- lated to Gideon Wells, and Gener»
A Madison, Wis., special to the
All seem to Comprehend the diffi-
For large bills of lumber for houses and
barns we will make reductions.
eultjes of the situation
Times say8 the opposition Senate,
WRIGHT & STEPHESON.
J ew Y ork , Jan. 23.—While
_________ dec4:n41:ly________________ tinctire plan has been presented
caucus last night, consisting of 50
importers generally faver the members, unanimously nominated
i An evenin# dispatch states that
posed tariff on teas, dealers Gen. S. Bragg, of Fon Du Lac.
(here was a large attendance at
little revenue M ARYBVILLE, January 22.—The
for a full year to come, because of
the House Republican Caucus to*
water liar subsided; streets ob-
the ^¿unprecedented accumulation of
lliglitl There was a general dis
& in the United States and the structed with cord-wood, barrels,
cussion of Southern questions; fi-
dead cattle, boxes, etc. Merchants
fad < that the new crop will have
rpdly a resolution was adopted pla
raised their goods on counters and
cing acts with a majoritv of the boldest and most oui
left Asiatic ports before the new
boxes, but only in a few cases out
tariff gees into effect. It is esti-
House. A resolution for this pur caer of assassination
of the water. The aggregate loss
mil ¡ed if the law takes effect March
pose will probably be introduced
fini L there will be a stock on hand in twenty houses is sufficient to
i^ the House on Monday. When
build a good levee around the city.’
of Ninety million pounds, besides
adopted it/W ill have the effect of
The damage done to public build
new crop importations.
I ■. ings* is quite serious.; Loss at Ma-
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BushiefS notices in the Locai Columns, 25
ents per line, each insertion.
The Chair presented a commu
nication from the /Secretary of
War, transmitting gopies of docu
ments on the State of Louisiana.
Ordered printed and referred to
Committee on Elections.
Butler, of Massachusetts, moved
to suspend the rules and take from
the Speaker's table the (Senate Civ
il Rights Bill for consideration at
the pi esent time, and continuously
till final disposition thereof, and
that no diliatory motion be allow
ed till such bill and amendments
shall have been finally disposed of.
The motion was lost.
N ew O rleans , Jan. 25.—Gen.
Emery, in transmitting his report,
calls attention to the difficulty of
the array in keeping the peace
without the power of removing the
causes of disturbance, and recom
mends that, if possible, the powers
of the military commander shall
be greatly increased, or some oth
er measure adopted to obtain the
desired end. General /Sherman
endorses this report, under date of