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LEGISLATURE OF OREGON,
VKIHTII HEUl'LAJt SESSION.
Salem, Sept. 14, 1ST I.
At-dleven A. M.ibe House wu called to
orderby 8. A. Clarke, Chief Clerk for session
On 'motion of W. J. TMymale of Jackson, J.
C. Drain of Douglas was unanimously elect
d temporary Speaker.
On motion of Henry Shelton of Linn, -Col.
TV. L. White of OUoknmM was unanimously
elected temporary Clerk.
On motion of 17. W. Jldter of Josophlne,
that Cbalr appointed a Committee of Five on
Credentials. The following gentlemen woro
so appointed; iFidlel of Josephine, Dufur of
Whco, Keed of Marlon, Wright or Union,
On motion of James Chambers of Benton.
House adjourned to 2 o'clock r. M.
' AtlKltNOON BK9SION.
Report of Commlttoe on Credentials was
received to the effect that the following
named personseltber presented cortlflcatci-of
lection or the Secretary of State furnished
evidence that they were duly elected weal
bars of the House:
Baker J. C. Wilson, O. C. Chandler,
llenton James Bruce, James Chambers,
W. J. Kelly.
Clackamas Henry McGugln, J. M.
3wed, F. s. noyer, . r. ue.
Columbia J. 8. Rlnearson.
Coos J. D. Dully.
Coos and Curry II. Blake.
Douglas Geo. Jtiddle, J. C. Drain, D. W.
Otearns, Thomas Ledgerwood.
Grant Bart Curl.
Jackson J. P.- Van Riper, W. J. Ply
juale, Thomas Wright.
Josepblne-W. W. FIdler.
Lane A. J. Doek, lllobard Hays, J. D.
Matlock, John H. McClung,
Linn Harvey Skolton, A. W. titannard,
O. F. Crawford, Frank Shodd, Joseph
Joseph Lame, Jonathan Wassou.
Marion P. X. Mathleu, David Simpson.
WlllUm ,Darit, C. A. Reed, y. Cranston,
A. "N. Gilbert.
Multnomah Jacob Johnson, It. B. Jew
ett, Raleigh StotV William Cornell. J. M.
Oearin, R. P. Kelly, J. M.Scott. "
Polk W. 0. 'Brown, 8. L. Butler, David
Clatsop and Tillamook W. Dean.
ITnwn-D. Wxlaht. W. W. Ross.
Umatilla W. M. Stoen, J. A. Florence.
Washington James Parllow, U. Jackson,
Wmmnn llolMrt Dm. K. B. Dufur.
Yamhill William Galloway, K. 0. Brad-
haw, LeeLangblin. ,
And they further reported tbat there was
evidence of a contest for the seat of lUrt Ourl
of Grant county, by George Reynolds of tbat
county, alao.that Clateop county bad elected
Joseph Jeflers, considering' that they were
entitled lo further representation, arid rec
ommended same be referred to Select Com
mittee. The report was signed W. W. FIdler,
Report was adopted.
Mr. Gilbert of Marionmo veil tbat a Com
mittee of Three be appointed to wait on the
Secretary of State. Carried, and the
Chair appointed Van Riper of Jackson, Led,
garwood of Douglas, Btott o Multnomah, as
Secretary Cbadwlck appeared, members
rose, and oath waa administered and then
signed by them severally.
Wright of Union, moved lo proceed to per
xnaoent organization', carried.
On motion Mr, Mclntyre was appointed
temporary Sergeant at Arms.
Nominations being in order, for8peaker,J.
C. Drain or Douglas, O. A. Reed of Marlon
ud W. W. FIdler of Josephine, were placed
in'nomlnatlon and House proceeded to vote.
The first vote wast
For J.O. Drain Brace, Rlnearson, Led
gerwood, Staaraa, Curl, FIdler, Lame, War-l,
ron, 8bedd, Jewett, Johnson, Btott, Gearln,
Stump, Brows, Steen, Floranoe, Roe, Jack
son, Parllow, Dufur, Mays, Butler (23). '
Far W. W. Fidler Chandler, Wilson,
'oyer, J. M. Reed, Pljroals, .Van Riper,
Wright of Jackaon, Doak, Matlock, Shelton,
Crawfcrd.Sfaaard, Mathleu, Dunbar, Wrlgbt,
Bradebaw, Haya, Galloway, MeGugin, (10.)
For C. A. Reed-Kelly, Chambers, Dmlly,
Blake, Dean, Simpson, Cranston, Darst, Gil
hart, Cornell, ScoU, Kelly, Ross, LaugbJin,
.MnClung. Lee. (16) e
.Xtoere was one scattering vote. After three
bad lot taken vith no material variation, (be
House adjourned until to-morrow at 10 a. x.
Senao'as called to order by W. W, Brls-
tow of Ltui't who placed In nomination R. B.
CocbraJM at Lane or temporary President.
J. N. DoV.a ef Maltsomah plaeed is ion-
ination J. T. WrHeori of Powglas,
Tb vote (&!!. ?oeknw, M-, Hmm,ll nwcie mA
and Mr. Cochrnno was declared elected and
took tbo Chnlr as temporary President.
John Myers of Clackamas placed In nom
ination Syl C. Simpson for temporary Chief
Joseph Kngle of Marion placed In nomina
tion T. McF. Patton.
Simpson rocolvod 14 votes, Patton 10 votes,
and Simpson was doolorod duly elected tem
porary Chief Clerk.
E. Davis, Henry Docey and R. M. Gurney
wero placed In nomination for temporary
Sergeant-of-Arme, and tbo voto stood as fol
lows: Datls, 11; Docby, 10; Gurnoy, I. No
eloctlon. After various motions which failed
lo carry, ou motion of Mr. Dolph It was ro
solved that a plurality voto shall elect; and
on a second ballot Gurnoy received It) votes
and was declared e'loctod.
Nominations were made for temporary
Doorkeeper, and the voto was tsken as fol
lows: J. C. Head, 13; 0. P. Chapman. 1; R.
A. lUrker, 11; slid Head bavlug reclved a
plurality votb was declared elected.
Mr. Dolpli moved to appoint a Committee
ofThreoon Credentials, which carried, and
Chair appointed Dolph, L. M. Savage of Ma
rlon, W. F. Owens of Douglas.
Suuato thereupon adjourned until after
noon. AITKUNOOS 8KS8I0H.
Committee on Credentials made their re
port of members entitled to seals, inoluding
those holding over end those newly elected,
Baker County J. W. Wisdom.
Benton J. B. Lee.
Clackamas John Myers, Jas. W. Of-
Clatsop, Columbia and Tillamook a. 11.
Coos snd Curry G. Webster.
Douglai J. F. Watson, W. F. Owens.
Graiit-W H.'Clark. . v -1
Josephine F.. N. Tolon.
Jaokaon J. S. Uerrin.
Lane W. W. Brlstow.R.B. Cochran.
Llnn-S. D. Haley, Thomas Munkors,
T. P. Goodman.
Marlon M. L. Savage, Joseph Kngle,
J. A. Rlchardjon.
Multuotnah J. N. Dolpfa, J. S. M. Van
Cleave, Sol. lIlroh.
Polk R. S. Crvstal.
Union Sam lianua.
Umatilla C. L. Jewell.
Washington T. it Cornelius.
Yamhill Win. Tow nannil, J. U. Brally.
Bauton and Polk A. M. William.
And mentioned the contestant from Wash
ington, Buford, who alalina the seal of Cor
nelius. The report was adopted.
On motion, Buford, contestant from Wash
ington, was intited to occupy a seat, within
Senate adjourned, thereupon, until to-morrow
10 a, m.
Tukhdav, Sept. 15.
House met at 10 a. m. aud .Journal of yes
terday was read by Clerk.
Mr. Davis, of Yamhill, on motion of Mr.
Galloway, was olectod temporary Assistant
On motion tff Mr.Stoen, the Homo adopted
tbo rules of last scsslou.
House proceeded to vote for permanent of
ficers, and the fourth ballot for Speaker was
taken with the following result: Drain, 2d;
Rocd, IT; Fidler, 15.
Four ballots (making seven in all) were
taken, the last standing: Drain, 27; Reed,
17; Fidler, 15. Drain voting for Fidler, and
Riddle, Independent, from Douglas county,
Tbe changes from the vote taken yesterday
were tbat the following names recorded then
for Fidler, wero to-day counted for Drain:
McGugln and Kayer of Clackamas: Sheton,
Stannard and Crawford of Linn,
The House met at 2 r. M., and, on motion,
proceeded to electa Page protem.
Johnny Dougherty, Claude Gatcb, Carl
Llusley, Walter Wade, George Heraandex
and WUUeHavage were placed In noralna-
The temporary pageship occupied the at
tention of tbe grave and reverend seigniors
for about an bour, and the balloting was of
eapeclat Interest to tbe small boys probably
Uttle politicians whoa career isoosaraenclDg
with this candidacy who bung oa tbe rag
ged edge of despair la tbe lobby.
The vote stood: Dougherty, 25; Oaten 10
nd tbe reat scattering.
Mr. C. A. Reed moved to reconsider the
vote to elect temporary Clerk, aad tbe
anxiety to be a Paw waa aggravate by tbe
vote to reconsider. It waa rather a brash
thing to try to elect a page at all, for all tbe
ambition of smalt boys looks that way and
tbe candidates are nslther few nor Ur
So tbe House shouldered Its responsibility
and comBXnced again lo vet far Speaker.
The CJaik esOlee) e ib Hat, aba vote waw
, -1 : H . i i ,
tn a choice. GO votes, ralu, 'JT : Heed, IT;
Fidler, 15; no election." Sumo iw the. last
vote tnkeu In the morning.
Then camo a motion toadjoiirn, which wat
voted down and the. House oqurired Itwlf for
tbo next voto for Si taker, unit llui dull mo
imtony oftbo opeiallott woh iiurt'lleved by n
single change. Drain still had U7, and nrtor
the annnuiicement canin a motion toailjmirn
which wan rather jniorly riwiMimleil to, but
the nenallvoscamo with a weak sound, mid
tlio srwiaker pro tern quietly hiiiiouiicimI that
tho Iioue stood ndjottrnod mull to-morrow
morning t ten o'clock.
Sonate mot at 10 a. i., and after tho read
ing of tbo Journal proceeded, on motion ol
Mr. Dolph, to ballot for permanent olllcom.
Senators Cornelius of Washington, and My
era of Clackamas, being placed in nomina
tion as candidates for tbe Presidency of tho
Tho Urst ballot for President of, tbo Henatn
stood: Cornelius, U; Myern, 14; Suattoriug,
3; a full voto being cast.
The second ballot stood: Cornelius, 11;
Myers, 13; Scattering, 0.
The third ballot was In full ah follows:
For Cornelius Mnsrs. Crystal, Dolph,
Knglo, Goodman. Ilanna, Hlrnoh, lyoe, Itloh
unison, Watson. Webster, Wltlinni II.
For Myers Messrs. llrailv, Ilrlstow, Clark,
Cochran, Haley, Horrin. MunkerH, Ollleld,
Savage, Tolln, Townsond, Van Cleave, Wis
For Van Cleave Mr. Barrln.
Blanks Messrs Cornelius, Jo well, Myors
and Owens I.
After which the Senate adjourned.
The Senate rnel at balf-.past one and the
election of permanent ttiniaker being In
order. Mr. Meyers withdrew his name as a
candidate, and placed lii nomlualluu R. lr
uoonrsn oi ijhdh.
The tl rat vote was then lakon with the fol
lowing result : " '
For Cochran Messrs. Barnes, Braly, Brls
tow, Clark, Goodman, Haley.llorrln, Jewell.
Munkers, Myers, Oftlittd, -Owens, Tolln,
Townsond, Van Cleave, Wisdom 1(1.
For Cornelius Messrs. Cochran, Crystal,
Dolph, Kngls, Hannah, ilirscli, lee, Rich
ardson, Smith, WaUou, Webster, Wltbam
Mr. Cornelius voted blank and Mr. Sav
age was absent. Mr, Cochran wat declared
duly elected Presidont of the Sonate, and
was duly Installed In the chair.
Syl. U. Simpson aud T. McF. Patton were
placed In uouiiuutlon for Chief Clork and
tbe llrst ballot nvtultcd iu tho elecllou of .Mr.
Tho President and Chief Clerk are both
Democrats, but the next Nolo resulted In the
election of C. C lto)c for Assistant Clerk,
who Is a Republican, tho Independent hav
ing ranted out their Idea ol a illvlnloil of
Maillous by assisting the lUpiitillraiw tn
elect tholr man this time. Six votes wero
taken before this matter was finally disposed
On the first vote taken for Servant si Arms
It. M. Gurnoy was electtsl to Hist position.
Mr. Giirney is a siauncli liidtipemlent.
Tliu rlrr-t ballot for Door Keeper resulted
In the election of J. U. Head.
There were four unsuccessful votes for
Page of Senate, and after wearing out tbat
imH3rtant matter tho Senato adjourned.
'1 he Senat Jiaa elected as its Pi nsldent Mr.
Hi U. Cochran, who Is well known and unl
ve Hy respected as an houust mau. lie was
uliuki sirnng jwriuaii uui we nave
and plUlci'l'f'olIng doe, '" lvZ
now.a das tbat lie need necossu. ly una u'
way obstructed by jK)iiiical prejudice.
WKPNrsnAV, Sept. 10.
The eleventh vote forSpoaicur was thun
taken and stood as followw :
For Mr. Drain. Messrs, Bruce, Brown,
Butler, Cornell, Craw ford, Curl, Desn, Dufur,
Florence, Gearln, Hays, Jackson. Jewett,
Johnson, Lame, Le, I-dgsrwhod, Mays,
McGuKin,Noyer,Partlow, Reed of Clackamas,
RlnearMiii, Roe, Soott, bhedd, ShelUm, Steeu,
SUterus, Stolt, Niump, Watsom 3J.
For Mr. Fidler. Messrs.) Blake, Brad
slmw, Chandler, CraiiHton, Dsrst, Dok,
Dully, Galloway, Glllterl, Matlock. Mathleu,
McClung, Plymale, Rttod of Marlon, Ross,
Simpson, Stannard. Van Rijer, Wilson and
the two Wright 'J.
The rest scsUerlnit.
Next came the voting for Chief Clerk and
on tbe first vote Col. White of Oregon City,
was elected, motiving 3l rotes, to II each for
O. W. Parriah and J. M. Patterson.
Quite a contest ensued over' the election of
nargeantat Arms, but our old friend K. C.
liadaway, who wsa Ksrgesnt at Arms In
1874 waa re-elected and will make a good
A resolution to aak foil session lawaslnee
ihgu. and code, and tbe Journals or last
siou, was rouoU argued and then made
apeolal order for to-morrow 11 a.iM.
A message from the Senate announced that
organization of that body.
On motion of Mr. Maya the rules of last
session were) auoptea.
Leave of absence waa granted to-morrow to
Members of the press on motion of Mr.
Fidler, were luvitaa lo occupy seats within
On motion of Mr. Gilbert, which carried, to
appoint Joint oomralttee to Inform tbe Gov
ernor that the House Assembly waa organ
ized, tbe Speaker appointed Messrs. Gilbert,
Parllow and Fidler as such Committee on
part of the lions, '
Then the House took up a resolution to
provide postage stamps, 93,00, to each mtaf
bar, which waa voted down aid tbes sprung
palSSosnla and west UDaad down, and
floally llsrtCorl took tbe ground tbat thsy
iblgut at well aik for cbrarsand tobacco, but '
tbo Housn concluded not to Invest In any
thing but stamps, and finally concluded to
aslt for ihreo dollars worth of stamp.
Mr. Stott onered a Joint Ifosoliitlon to liavo
tbo vole lor Governor counted, which passed,
and then, having made very a good, days
The Houso adjourod until 0 a. m. to-morrow.
WkiinksdAv, Sopt. 111.
After roll call and reading of Journal It
was resolved that fho Seuatu adopt rules or
Mr. Cornelius called attention lo tho con
test for his seat, saying that hn wanted tho
matter decided and Ills opponent wanted lo
HO homo If thocaaii vent against him.
On motion, of Mr. My era the contest for
Washington county as uiado tho sptclal
order for afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Van Cloavo moved that coploa oftbo
no v code bo called lor, In supply each Sous
tor with one, which motion was lost.
On motion of Mr. Watson tho usual cour
toslns were extended to tho reprosontntlxus
of the press,
On motion of Mr. Dulpli tho t'lnrgy woro
Invited to open tho sessions with prayer.
Senato then adjourned to 2 r. l.
The Henitn proceeded (o tho election of
1sgn and on the Ttli voto taken Frank Mo
,'onnell was declared duly elected.
Tho Ssuate then proceeded to the election
of ltarolllng Clerk, which resulted : Sheri
dan, 18; Hulbrook, It; Day, ', and Shorldsn
was declared elected.
A Joint Resolution by Mr. Dolph, was
adontod atitxilntlnit a Joint Committee to In
form the Uoornor of the organization of
bom uouses. uoipn aim Myers wero ap
pointed Senate members of said Comuiilleu.
Tho special order for 3 o'clock being the
covtost between Cornelius and Buford, that
matter was taken up. aud thou, ou motion,
was laid upon tbo Utile.
On motion of Mr. Richardson a Joint com
mltteo was provided tor to dralt Joint rules.
Richardson and Van Cleave were appointed
to such Committee on tho part of tho .Senate.
A resolution was sdopu d prjvlilliiK each
Senator with 3 00 worth of pos'ago stamps,
and tho stamps were Immediately distribu
ted. Mr. Dolph from Joint Committee appointed
bi wait on tbo Governor, rniHirlod that his
Kxoelleoov would maku no communication
until the vote cast for Governor at tho last
election was counted aud declared In tho
SonaUi adjourned to 10 a. m. to-morrow,
.statu ti:.hi'i:haC'i: union.
Third Annual Co;. vocation,
Sclt. ir. IHTI.
Pursuant to a call Isauod, tho brngou Hlulo
'icmporauco union met yuaiiruay auoriioou
at two o'clock at Rted'a Opera Houso.
Tho nu ntlnir was called to order bv Mrs.
M V. Hotter, Vico President, the President,
.Mr. nyi, u. aimpNoii, uciug uecesaaruy
Prafer by Dr. 8. O. Hall.
Iloll of 'officers called. Present as follows :
Mrs. M. P.. Hoxter, Vice President; Win. It.
Dunbar, Secretary; It. Held, (torrespondlug
Secretary; Mrs. Helen McClann, Treasurer.
Ali-ent, Svl. O, Simpson, President; Iter. J.
Wllion, Chaplain; Peter l';o, Scrgent at
The following person were appointed n
committee ou Credentials : W. It. Duubar,
It. Hold and Helen MoLauu.
Ou motion, Mr. 12. Turner of the 2Vm;rr
ance Mar was chosen Assuiaut Secretary,
in lliounn, wunveniinn anjouriinu until
,, , "lt to give tbeCommliUMiouUreduutl-
"1T!?r'o.?vinVionV,,clled to flrdomt?),'
o'cVlckV'syTa Simla,.', Wldout, It. tho
The Commlttoe on Credentials I '"Orleil
representstlves from forty-four dlirarent'1
duties. NumlMirof delegates reported 151.
The new delegates thun can.u forward and
signed the pludgo of thn association.
Mr. Syl 0. Simpson owing to olhor duties
resigned hUoluooas Presldutit,
A resolution to refer alt resolutions looking
to legislative action to tho Standing Commit-
leoon poiiucsi action, auopiou
The following CoinmlttMis wore appointed;
(M tifmnlaHon.W. F. Owens
, J. II. i
Clunir and W. Cranston.
)Viiyn and Meant. I'. G, Buford, L. Broil
son and Mrs. O. A. Hayes.
On llrstlutitn,Oiv.J. Hoberg, Dr. Watts
and Mrs. Dr. Thompson.
Order i ItumtirAt.J. I,. Parriah, K. Hayes
and Cbaries Handlny.
Ou Ju4ir.-Dr. U. II. Hall, Mrs. R. M.
Coliluson aud Miss Albertlne Mltcbell. r
On motion, Mr. Soriber waa appointed'
oargeant at Anus,
Rev W. it. Siewart was electetl Chaplain.
On motion, Revs. G, 0, Chandler and Neat
Johnson were Invited to participate In the
discussions of tbe Union,
Convention adjourned, until 7 o'clock r. u.
At tbe evening session an amend mont was
ofered to tbe Constitution, to make clear
wnai organizations snnuiu ue represented at
the meetings of tbe Union, lleferred to tbe
Committee on Reeolutlous,
Another resolution waa xthntd to the
same Committee, in reference to a Temper
But little other business was transacted.
A nurtilwrnf shot, spiny and Interesting
silirrH were made, when the Convention
adjourned lo tbe usual hour this morning.
We secret tbat our snaoe prohibits ue sir.
leg aa full a report of tbla Conveation a we
wien, out we wni ana room io tun np inn
result f Ibis ffirtoftbe msn ami wousvaot'
our State lo c tfocl a great good,
sjojpO mH H
Volumo VI. Number 31.
l'rayor by Itev. G. C. Chandler.
The I'ommltton on Credentials reported n
number of additional delegttes.
Tim now delegates cniuo forward and took"
tho obligation of membership.
A letter was read from Mr. W. II. Cnrtor
expressing regret at not belugablo to attend,
and urged determined action by the Unlort
Til nnn Ford, Charles llandley, B. It. Al
len. K. Hays, Mrs. 1). 1). Ilrlgg, 12. Turner
and W. It. Dunbar worn appointed it Com
initio onu 9tato Temperance PnKir.
Kesnliitlous wero Introduced nskln- tho
Legltlaturo to pass it Local Option Law and
to allow fomalei over IS yo im of ago to voto
on tho question; referred.
Tho Union waa addressed by Rev. Noll
Johnson, Dtvld Nowsom and Itov. C. Kelly,
Ion imlitlcal action.
H. Turner, Clinton Kolly, Dr. J. W. Watts,
W. It. Duubtr and Tilman Ford wero ap
pointed n commlltoo ou olltlciil orgaulra
lion. Constitution amended so its to specify what
Societies could send delegttes to tho Union.
Speakers limited ilvn minutes.
Additional delegates reMirtnd by tho Com
mittee on Credentials.
Convention camo together at IJ-j o'clock,
Mr.T. II. llandley In tho Chair.
Coinmltteoon Order of llusluoss reported
and reKirt adopted.
Thn Coiumltteonn Political Action presotit
od tho following :
.Ifr I'mMnit: Your Committee on Tygh
latlvo action beg leao to submit tho follow
Ihir report to wit:
Thn adoption of a Local Option law. simi
lar lo thn IM-al Option law of California,
with thn nooesuHry changes tn bring It with
in the nurvlow of thn Constitution 'of this
Statu, also the adoption of the civil damage
law of the Statu of New York, anil your Coin
tulttoo wont J further recommend thoappolnt
ment of Committee bv the Uuion to pro
pose a bill as alio o I in Heated for action by
thn lyeslsUtnro of our Htalo now Iu stnslou.
All of which Is respectfully submitted.
W. F. Owkmk,
Report adopted and tbo followlug pornoua
wero aniMilutcd as thn Committee nnfliii
meniledi lions. W. F. Owens, J. ILMuCliiug
and W. Cranston.
Mrs, Dr. Thompson, Mrs, 1), ).
BrlggM and Rov. Clinton Kolly went
np-KjIiitod a Committee to ilmfta Prohibitory
1 iw to report at evening sesslou,
Tho Temperance ,S'!n; of Portland was doa
Igiiatnd, the Organ ilrthe Union.
A resolution wasotrnred by (ho Coinmltleo
on 1'ollllcnl action, which was adopted, map
pilot a Niato Central Committee, one from
A resolution wasnirnrnd by Dr. J. W. Watts)
asking tho l.gslaturrt to remove tho mi-t-al
dlabilltlns of women and allow them to
vo'm on the ll'pior ipiostlnn.
Referred to Cnmiiiitlee on ilnsnliitlons.
Tho Coiivnutlon then prouxxled to the
slnotion of oliicersfor the ensuing year, wltli
the following result:
i'risldeiit, Rov. W. R. Stewart; VI. o Prsi
Ideut, Mrs. J.S. Brlgirs; Sucretsry, It. Held;
AaalstaiilSecrutsry, 1'.. Turner; Corrtwoud
iugSiwrelary, Mrs, M 12. lloxler; Treasurer,
Helen McL'lane; ClmplHin, Itev. P. M. Starr.
A large attendance of outsiders listened lo
an Interestlug dshit" between the "Local
Option!-. is" and "i'rolllbltloulsts." A press
or matter forbids us uUlnw an oxtouded or.
(luwi.cn rep irtoi inn meeting,
II. O. Dray asslgnnn of Win. Molntyr
plalntltrand rospoudont vs. George Mayer abd
W. II. Musgrovo defendant, ami appellant.
Judgment In Court hulow reverse!,) opin
ion by Judge MoArlhur.
City of Portland epiadlent vh. O. N. Den
ny rooiidnt Judgiuunt below alllrmed,
oplulou by Jtigo Prim.
I,, Dellsbmadur it at., appellants vt..,D,
Frag, Ally ft at., respondents; decree beow
stllrmod. Opinion by J udgo Iktuhsui.
Moore vs. I'ackwood and Virtue; motion
heretofore filed for an affirmance of Judgv
meiit with ten per rent damages. Argued
by N. II. Knight, rV'i., for tbe motion and
8, Kllsworth sgalust. Tsken under advise
oiHiit bv the Court.
Joseph Knott respondent vs. James and
KlUslwth Stnnbens Minsiit. '
Argued and submitted.
David K. tawlsand Mary Mwla Plalntlffi
and appellanu vs, Delia 11. Iwls and F. O.
Ie wis dsfendanta and respondents; affirmed
and decreed tbat this canea be remanded to
lo the Court below for furtner proceedings
according lo law
Gold Hill Mining Co. vs. Jacob Ish i order
ed that a mandate do now Issue lo the Court
below in this cause,
Joyd Brooks vs. Charles Warren t motion
heretofore filed to set aside the ludguient ren
dered at this tarni iu tbls'csu.e; agreed and
submitted. t 4
. K.'A. H!()hrd, plslntlll and appellant, ys
C. 0, Faiiulnir, ib'fV'diul and r-s)inuut;,
uiutloii filbd beruioforu bv umus lur io-,
apoudem to dismiss the appeal Iu this case,
oiorruieu. upmioo oyjiiugeons
Htcbsrds, plaintiff and appellant, vs.
A..W, Jfye, defsndaut and resnondeot,.r-
gurd aud submitted.