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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25,1888.
Has been taken off both
ooien ana ooiton ijrooas
Hot by Congress, but by
And tlicy now offor their Largo and Complete Stock of
RY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac
TKA JW r K, 1 1 J U N tnv f 1 A SH
' H.S.m 4lnii rrnrwlo rrnf flint i iittnno tmr
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ttUOllUOVU uiu nut iijuju i.aMuuuus. uub uuu iiicy will SUij-
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linf Mint mm ' wnra tu itrvt on iWmif lwliw,.f "
1 1:111: ItllflV lT viuiiiu Aiiug JQ iiwis tilt LllUllDLIV
refore they have discarded Protective Prices, and will freely
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l COIIipeiiliuii iivm 1111 iiuui tuioi iiii'v uiu y 11
1 Mnnnli omlinn Gin.!
1 o "n Tv ri "i . r
n bhti 1 rum v irv itntiiis. ivirtvh nnvH n n n
UU11U1 D1X O Vfa.WUXXJ.JLlg, JL' Ui XXXD1X1X1K UUUUD,
Mens Ladies and Children's Shoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
and Glassware, Groceries,
L UI II I
LiiULL 1 uii uuui ft iu onuL o unc
I will will for t no noxt :t0 dnyH at u
t of 10 per Gent, for Cash!
My Largo Slock of
ArM'w 11 "I I "t y-v -vi I 1 i --.--. rnrt
Saddles, Whips, Hits and Spurs.
fllVK MF, A CALL AND IJU CONVINCHI).
goods marked in plain figures.
J. VAN SCHUYVBR & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MEKOI-IANTS,
FRONT STREET, - - - PORTLAND, OREGON.
11 1 1 1 1 r- niiiiMMiim n iuii u v t uu uiwirik-wa 11 11. w u -r uuh. w m z
M. (Milwaukee. Wis. EXPORT PILSNER BOTTLED BEER. ARCA
DIAN SPRING MINERAL WATER, (Waukonsaw, Wis.) VEURE CLIQUOT
"ONsARDIN CHAMPAGNE, (Yellow Label.) mch0d.wa.
A OUKAT HIT.nCH Ity MCMIM.AN.
ChrlMhiRcr I'arilnneil-llutrl llm ne.l In
Ilutte-lllU la ror cUvrluiul-IiulInn
War In Mrxlro A Nrgto l,)'iirhit
Olhr Coutt, Knitorn unit r(irrli;ii Newn.
a 1-i.KA run tiii: ninu man.
.McMlllKn of Teiiiicmet, Million n Slroiljt
nlcll In Fnviir of Tarlrr It. dtictlun.
Wahiiinoton, April !. IIoiiHO wont
into eominitteo of the wholo on tho
turiir bill, llio Uoor being uccorded fo
iMC.Miimn, 01 lcnnoHHoo.
.McMillan opened with n declaration
Unit whosoever udvocated tlio iiresont
...irr 1 . .fn . 1 . . 1
limn nivoruu xiinn noi tor revenue, uuv
for 11 mirnliiH, and u tarill" f.ir tnint coiliv
panieH. Coininentlnj,' on tlto Hiirphm, bo
Hald: "Wo are drawing nionoy frou'i
coinniorco and blocking it up In tbb
Treiwury at Hiieb a rate that It Ih only
11 (mention of time ulu'ii a trlm
coney will net In. Wo aro rob'
iiinir not only eoininorco of Hh fu
blood, but tbo people of tlio meaim o;
paylnif taxcH to tbeir uo eminent. Inter.
mil revenue yielilH a bundred and twenty
millions of revenue to tlio government;!
uiu aniiiiui HiirpniH ih only aliout bixty
luillioUH. HO that if all interim! ntviuinn
Iiiwm were rojiealed it would leavo a do-
ncieney in our taxeH of hixty mlllioiiH.
What in thin to bo raised from? Sh.ill
wo rodintioHe tbo lux on tea and eolieoV
rso, Hlr. there Ih not a man who would
ro-tax colluo to untax whinkv. Slmll wn
increano dutleH on woolen goMlH,ormigar?
No, Hlr. for tbo neonlo would not mul
HiiotiKt not tolerate any hucIi taxation.
uniorH would reduce tax on that without
which man cannot live, nmi prosper, or
upon that which Ih cxxonl al to thuireom
lort, and it narrowH IIhoIi down to a eon
toot iHUweon the drunkard'H wily ami
the Door man'ri back. In that lMit I do
not hesitate to miy I c.simxiho the caumi of
tho back. Tbo iiresont law taxed tbo
)oor man'8 nrtieleH liichly. and placed a
ow rato on luxur on. Tbo coniuiitteo'ri
bill Ih ho framed that the tax will bear
moHt heavily on luxtirlcH, and IIioho
tliinuH without which ooopIo can live.
rather than upon tho nucenfarlo8 of life.'
iMo.Minan tieciareU protection tlio wontt
enemy tlio luercliunt-nmrlno bud. and
that ft bad crushed Hoafuring indiiHlry,
yet tbo gontleinan proponed to pay Hub-
HiiuoH out 01 tlio treasury, or In other
wordH. to levy u tax on tbono who live in
tho land to make monoy for Uioho engaged
in carrying trade Ho mudo u telling
HiM'ccn 01 eoiiHiueraDlo length, and wan
replied to in a long-winded protection
Hlicoi'll liv ltnrrmi'H. nf Mli'lilonn nt llm
end of wfiicb the Uouho adjourned,
ago. Itccently ho married Mollio Scot
ferd, who jiift ocrved ilvo yeara in Han
tiuentin pilni.ti. Trent o in ixj.sstwcd of
Homo propetty.wlilfli tho woman wanted.
LunI night kIio got a revolver, and at
tempted to take tho old man'n life. She
told him Hho Intemled to kill lilin. and
burn i s body with tho houno. Treulo
11111(10 I1IH O.ueaiK) UUil lnul llm U'mimn nr.
A 1 V.""Al.)ril. Hio Hcntcnro
of Hobert M. ChriHHlnger to three years
ii .uu i-viiituiuiiir.viroiii I'uiaiuia county,
for aHHiiult wilb Intention to commit rape
on 1'obruarv Hth, 1837, was to-day com
mitted by tho Governor to exnlru to-nmr.
row. Tho reasons ussigncd are iietitlons
by a majoilty of tho jury, and by all tbo
totinty onicials, and a number of Inlluon
uai cnizeiiM, and doubt as to IiIh guilt.
Oiiren Victoria In (Icrmany,
Jtintl.lN. Atiril LM. Oiipi.ii Vlrlnrln linn
arrived at Cliarlottesburg. Tho greeting
ooiweon iiio imeon ami roval lumily was
JUU .111 111 lllirillllll I (IlTllIIll HllVU
"iior aiajesty will l.o welcomed by tl
whole people of (!ei many, and above all
bv the luhidJhiiitn nf Porllti. ultli vnnnr.
atton ami with sympathy.
HulllvAii ArrUm In llniton.
IIoston'. Am .Ii.lin I. Knlllvnii
arrived hero to-day on tho steamer Cata
lona. Ills wlfo was hero, and endeavored
to securo his Immediate iimHt mi urlmi-
of ImproiKjr relations with Annlo Living
stone, with whom bo bus been tiaveling
me pusi year.
lrt T.ni. ufNtvlll.
I oitTiiANi). Anr II i.5. A loam uIIul-Iipi!
to u Chinese mvlll wagon run away to-tlay
and dashed upon a Hidowulk, knocking
uowii uu oiii man named Jonn (.iarwood,
breukiiiL' two ribs and bis left hIkhiIiW.
ino HWill was a total loss.
An UnronitUutliibat Arrrtt.
I'ltKSNo. Gal,. Anrll LM. A farmer
named Jchso uraliam was arrcxted hem
to-tlay for tlio alleged killing of Dennis
lienuett, near bantu Cruz, eighteen years
ago. no was tried lor mo erimo at tlio
tune ana acquitted.
Drownnl lllniinlf In n Wll.
KnnniMi, Cai... April L'.'j. 1 II. liar-
rott becumo insane last nicht. mul find
away iroin urn iriemis ami drowned limi
ne! f in his own well. Ho leaves a wifo
and four children.
l'AY HACK TI1K H1.000.
A MOMENTOUS DIl l MUU.NCK.
Two I'ariona 1'crLli In tha l'Um.i, In
iiif. r.iv.... a ..-ii ,ii 'pi. r.. ..
tounlul hotel In tills city burned this
forenoon. A man named (Sledding, for
merly clerk of tbo hotel, eriHlied in tho
llames. His body, burned to a crisp,
was found in tbo ruins. Frank Lincoln,
assistant postmaster, was rescued alivo
from the burning building, but not until
ho had received injuries of w hich ho died
a fow hours uftorwurd. Thoro were over
ono hundred guests in tbo hotel at the
timo of tbo tiro, including men, women
and children, who barely cscaiicd with
their lives. Tho hotel was a two-story
frame structure, Tbo uucstH oscaned in
their night clothes, losing all their ior
Houul ellects. The loss is f3,000 ; insu
WAIt in .mi:xii.o,
mi nocK island
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'net anJ in.... .
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T. Ii HOUtll.
"e i JlohieH, I.eu veil worth
AtrhlNii .r ...
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Ulllv I inn Conilfctll.r. will. II. n
CtMl nf - "resoil Slu.rl f.l.,
fc, ". wavenwortli una KaniX
AH, I'UIMTH KANT.
1 II I II . .
rUI,ce Sleeping ami
Jlce J)tllhtu tw
ggjr all ,UroUl!h E,,)rels Trau(1 Qn
! tor !. jrrr
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Notary and Corporation Seals,
FOR ONLY FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
Tlio usual price tor avail made by other
parties, In Portland or tlio Kant, ii from ftt.00
o (7.00, with exprea i barges added. If yuu
need a seal, send your order to us, nud save
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mhiidtf Pendleton, Oregon.
II Hay ll Will Vf llllnf ly I.aail the New
York Daleeatlun far Clevtlaml.
Wasiiinqto.v, Ajiril '-'4. Col. Tomlln-
son, editor ol the umuha Ueinoerat, has
keit (iov. Hill's name at tbo bead of the
editorial columns for hoiiio time us his
choice for tho Domocrutio eaudidato for
President, but last nlnlit, huvim; just
returned to Washington from u trip to
Albany, where bo had a long conference
with (Joy. Hill, lie te euratihed to his
liatior to tuko 1 Jill's name down, us tho
They do happen every day, mul .when one (Jovernor told him lio was not onlv not u
III M lMI .lil I
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN I
MikIvhii Truop. mul Yaijul Indiana l!n
KiB In lluttla Mnliy IndUn. Killed,
.Nod.M.ni. Ahizona. Anrll UI. Tho
Vuipii IikII.iih itro now at war with tho
Mexican federal forces in Souora. Thoy
uio loiiuyiug (iiiiereut iditces, ami
maKiim u ueu
troops, A few
iimns of federal trooiis, utlacked tho In
Uolng After the U. V.
t)nfimuiiiil.illi..i A...lnMn.. t Tn !..
,,vi'ivrvnmiiiu liiiiuinuii, ui aui.ii, in
troduced in tho House Monday u bill di
recting tbo uttornoy-goncral to instltuto
Judicial proceedings against thcr Union
raclllo Kuilroud Company and other par
lies. A very long preamble to tho bill
recites that It appears from the rojiort of
tbo l'ucilic railroad commissioners that
tbo Union l'acitle has for years orsist
ontly refused to comply with the con
ditions of various acts of Congress re
lating to it; that tho olllcors and
managers have siiuunderod largo sums
of money out of tho gross earn
ings, in extravagant and unprofitable en
terprises, and have divided immense
sums of money among themselves; that
tbo company bus, since tho passago of tbo
act of lK7:t, issued now incumbrances
without tho eon-tent of Congress, thereby
Impairing its ciedlt and destroying the
value of the United States lion, that It
has lovied oxcessivo charges Uh)ii jieoplo
tributary to tho lino, and tho company
has, by its unlawful acts, forfolted its
rights, privileges and grants, including
its privilege to further timo in which to
pay its indebtedness to the United .States,
Tho bill, in substance, directs tbo attorney-general
to forthwith instltuto pro
ceedings in tho courts of the United
States, either in law or equity, to enforce
tho lorieiture, provided m tho law ol 1H7H
Another l.lrctloii la Cnmlnc on und Simon
i Wunta tho Money.
From tlio Halem Vldolte.
llio Mdotto presents to-day u letter
iroin ongressinun Hermann, evidently
uiiuiiuuii iui i.uniini .UCIIieiflCll, sec
retary of tho Hopubllcan National Cum
iHiife-ii vyoniiniueo. riy carelessness on
tho part of Mr. Hermann tho letter was
undressed to Mr. hdward Mel'berson,
iiaioui, urogon, who received it yester
day. .Mr. Mel'horson was naturally
siirnriscd ut tbo contents, und not being
uiuiej-any oniiguiiouH to .losepll Stinon
nor tho itopiibiican party for 1000, to as
statin tho election of Mr. llermann, ho
very justly declined to nav It or unv nor
lion of it. .So far us tho Jtoptibliean party
being in peril is concerned. Mr. Me-
riierson Is well awaro of tho fact without
being itosded from Washington. Tho
contents of tlio letter bIiowh ii llttlo of tho
insido yorklng ol tlio inuchine, und the
KOIHlOltCUU Datiers lliav hiihiipim I'rltlrium
of tlio l)pmoeratie metliols, lonir onoueh
o explain tho ring methods, 'llio lotter
Is Still in tllO IHJSSOSsIon of Mr. Alel'hnr.
son, as ho has a right to believe it was
Front thn Unlnu . Scout (Ind.)
Cleveland's mossago was a bravo ono
such us wo did not expect. Whether ho
deserves credit for it or not, wo do not
know nor euro, Doubtless ho interpreted
tlio handwriting on tlio wall (for it was
there, in diameters us distinct us thoso
that startled tho ancient king) and hud
Hugueltv enough to direct bis followers in
tho right direction. Wo would have been
pleased had the lionuhlicuns Ijccn as
sagacious and turned tiieir course in tbo
direction pointed out by the wnrn
Ing linger. That thoy bavo not
done so wo believe is tho fault of
.1. (j. Itlaino, thelt chosen leader, who
uppurently In pique, having accepted tbo
ehullongo of Ills adversary, and mur
sballed bis legions In Hue of battle, albeit
on disadvuntiigeous ground, concludes
that ho don't want to light any htmsoll,
and withdrawn to the rear whilo all oven
are turned expectantly on him. Wo
wuiit to seo tho "Plumed Knight" pluced
in nomination again for tbo presidency.
Ho is unanimously tbo choice of his nar-
tv and apparently their only bopo. Why
does no hesitate it ho thinks his cause is
pressing Hermann for it and threatens to
iKjlitlcully dlseuilsjwcl him uhIchh the
mutter Is llxed up before the election.
tiii: pat ai i.irrrmt.
IIousi: ok Ki:i'iii:si:ntativks,
Washington. I). C. Anrll tl. ikhh
Hon. Edward Mcl'hcrson,
i i. , . .
ii;.Ml i? IK .U111V Ol o r nenn n nm
feeling very soro over tlio long delay In
tho matter of the navmcut of that il.ooo
advanced by Hon. Joseph .Simon, of
rortlund,Uregou, chairman of the Jteiuib
llcnu state central eominitteo. at our hint
election, on the (.0 duH promise from you
as to payment. Keurlv two years have
elapsed. 1 hoy are out tlio principal and
merest, ino &enatorH ol ureuou us well
as myseii wuo weio parties in somosenso,
aro appealed to bv Mr. .Simon nod hix
iriemis who tmiiK ureal In us ice has
boon dono him. Wo cannot uirnnl in
have any misunderstanding at this
timo in Oregon, us ut tlio best
wo shall Jiuvo n narrow escniK)
from defeat, if we do not Hiilliir It. Our
election on tho Illli of Juno Involves the
lection directly of ono senator and nd
rcctly of tbo other, ami of my successor,
in Oregon who is to bo votiil fur at Unit
time. Uregon is in dancer.
Tho Domocratlu State Convention has
mot and nut in tho fluid u Klmm. tli-Vnt.
Tho problbltionlstH bavo also asscmhletl
in largo and resectable nuiiibers. Thoy
have presented a full ticket und on it aro
excellent men. Tbeir eaudidato for con
gress is an ublo man and will address
tbo iHioplo of the .Stale. Ilcsldes this
thoy have legislative tickets in all tho
Koputiiicun counties ami in womu Demo
cratic counties. 1 oil will oImitvii frnm
this tliut tho Kejiublicau Statu and elect
oral ticket In Oregon is in iieril.
TAlCII'l' ON I.UMIIIilt.
I'rnm tho Portland World.
Senator Dolph, in his recent siieecb bo-
foro tho United States S'enato, on the
tariir ipiostlon, lays grout stress on the
lumlier Industry. Tho S'onator suvh if tho
tarill is taken oil from limilmr. ihut in.
and other acts, and collect moneys duo dustry w ill bo ruined, und thousands
ii... 11..11...1 C1..1..J r,... 11... ....... 11.. ii.r.m n ...ii ,,f ,.,.,.,1 1 1.. ,1...
I lliu Mliuuil I'lintn Ulll lliu I llll'tlllj , IIP iihmhii iim, w. viiijiiu lliuill , llllll III UIU
siocKiioiuors anil oiiicors. no is uiso tit- irumo tireimi suys coinpeiiuon will keep
reeled to brliiu suit auuinst tbo Union Pa- Mbo price down, so that the Poor man
ciiio und tho Kuusas Pacille to recover will not bavo to pay any iiioin for lumber
llio proceeds 01 wrongiui issues ol stock man 11 Micro was no tarill. Hero
tamo 01 prices found in a
raiicisco Paper, which Ii'IIh n
lillerent story, and 0110 that has
IVailtllL'U of 1161111; true, of tint haul.
Jay Ooiild, Frod L. Ames, Uussell Hugo , ships which consumers uro now Hiillbring
i..oi t ..1 i.t ..1 .i...
I... ... I I II " 11.1 ' V " limn .ut llllll l-uuiu lljl IIIIIII UN II I'UUlUb
intended for him. 'Iho tirpximmtiim u Li.n,.i.i 1..1 1.1.. r..u 1 '... .n..
. , .' ... n.iuiiui, ui iui inn luiiuiiuin iuiii uiu inn-
hat .Mr. Hermunnhad becomo tired of honored plumes from bis heud nnd brund
tryinir to trot tlio national loiumtimi to I i.t, ,,u .. .1. ,.,... .,...1 ........... ..1
- 1 ' . . ; . . tin ir t iuiiinui.iiu tiiiii i vuiiiiii
rcltubtiiso .Mr. .Simon und bus tuken this As will lie seen by reference to tho two
eourso to oxtioso tho mutter. Hie tone of plutforms, thoro is oulto a ununiintly of
tho lot er shows that ho Is apprehensive of Hontluiont in all essential ikiIiiIh except
HepubllcatiHUccess inthoJuno election; tho matter of tbo reduction of tuiiir und
thut It hinges, in his estlinutlon, on tho the disposal of tho surplus which bus ae-
repuyinent of tho 1000; that Simon is cumulated in tlio Treasury of Ihu United
u..i.. 1 .....!..:.
ai lorces in rjouora. ihoy tl,0 proceeds of wrongful isstios of Htock than 1
diirerent phtces, und uro nn,i bonds, amounting to fi.UOd.HOtl, in-, is u ti
rmined stunt ugulnst tho 'cjutllng In tho action John 11. Alloy, K1I- S'an Fr,
VlWif" ,ll1'.'r lvnd,,c,0 ' sha Atkins, ira II. 1 laker and s'itlnoy dillorent
it lllatell, with two wl-. Dillon ; unci to Join ns partlos defondant thoadvit
lit wi11 IJ iill.lillrinl llm In. , . "as . Ill
This ono point 01 dlU'erenco, however, Is
enouiMi. it is a momuntuus 1 ereuco.
and ono in which wo believe tbo welfare
of the eoile Is more vitally ut stake than
111 any uuesuou 01 itoverumentai noi ev
that has been raised for years. Wo uro
in accord wilb. and heartily endorse that
plank of tlio Democratic platform relative
to this question, and, also, approve tho
iwllcy of tlio nresont uibiilulstrutlon us
exemplillud in thu Interior I)eiartiiiont
by the General Land Olllco In Its etrorts
to protect the public lauds from unscru
pulous syndicates and dishonest private
citizens, which Pol lev the ltomtbllcuus.
in their platform, have scon lit to censure.
A I-rttur frnm Mllla.
Tho Iroquois club's llflli annual ban
quet was celobruted at Chicago Mnnduy,
ino nnuiversary 01 mo birth 01 stepiiou
iV. Douglas. Among tho letters read
was one from Conitressmaii .Mi ls, w ho
"Our Prwldont has Iwldlv planted hm
colors on tho Held, und challenged our
opponents to try conclusions with us on
tlio issue presented, lie has dono Ills
duty faithfully, has mudo oery of-
fort to redeem the pledge that wo, as
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iuiiiuvitiin. iii.iUHl.vil lliu 'Uifilu, ill lu-
dttco taxation. Ho has culled tha atten
tion of Congress to tlio heavy and unnec
essary burden ol luxation now resliui; on
necessaries of life, lie has urged Con
gress to reduce rates and make them
liuliter. These extraordinary duties
aro bringing to tbo national ticusury an
excess of 180,000,000 per year, andyottho
ueiiiiiiiicans are opiHihintr a reduction on
food, clothing anil implements of labor.
It Is tho duty of every Democrat to stand 1
by him and support him. ami the Iro
quois Club, known all over the Union.
lor lis unshaken lldolity to Democratic
piinciples, can do good service to, Iho
country by shaking out boldly in bis
support and in support of the Deinocratje
House, who are trying to carry his rec
ommendations into ctlcct, and leliovo tho
country from tho ornIcious results of
tuts exiiausiiug taxiiiiou, 11 we si and
bravely by the Picsidout, und force tho
nullum; on me issue 10 ueii iH-iweeumosu
who favor fiee whiskey on one side, ami
those who favor fiee tlotlilne on the
other, wu will win a gieut victory in No
vember, 11 victory Ihut will lie full of
the best results to the country and to thu
uii iiM, wiio were in a Hirongiy loruned jo-1 am others, to recover $.'tt,000,0;)0, moro from exactions of the gieut tiniber"trust"
sition in tho uiiiuluvordo .Nlountalns.und or 0fM (l0 proceeds of tho miIo of bonds, I companies. These iigures w ill give some
a destiorato tight onsued. Iho fedorulHtAll fluhiiH growing out of tbo transaction : ideu of the plunder extracted from tho
routed UIU JIIIII1II1H, K1I11I1L' (neil(eeil III 1 whirl, ,.,v lui wllliif i.mtt..r,.f 1,1 muII i lieonln williin lliu iiiihI tun vi.nru l.v II,..
the number, and wounding a largo num
ber, ihu leuerais lost but one man.
IIIL.Ii NOT A OANUIliATi:.
uro to lio exempted
Completion nf u Great Dam.
Tlio completion of tho great Sweetwater
! dam and Mitlonul Lity works was for
Jinally observed near Sun Diego, Cul.,
Friday. Tho dam is of solid masonry,
built across tho Sweetwater valley, in or
' der to form a lurgo reservoir for tbo pur
I poso of storing wuter for the dry seuson.
I Tho dam is ninety feet high from tho
' but-o of tho gorge, mid is claimed to bo by
!,..,!,. f,.,.l ll.n l,tlwl .1.,... t II...
1 ...UII. IVUt ..IV Mtkll,ni nam I(J
from tho htututo of ring which Is now lugging for prolection,
uiiii truthiuiiy sIiowh now eoniblnutious
I uro mudo to rob the ;eople, when tho
turiuis liigh enough to keep out foreign
coiiijxititioii, On this coast in 1H80 there
Followim; aro the syllabi of two cases
decided by tbo Supiemo Court Monday:
11 is mo duty 01 the respective circuit
courts at each (enn thereof louscertun
tho fees to which the district uttornei- Is
entitled for the term, and direct an older
to lie entered upon thu oiirnul that thu
sumo 1h Paid. Where u defendant hi 11
criminal action, who bad )ceii admitted
to nun lulled, without sullicieut excuse,
to appear for arraignment, and the under
taking of bail was declared foifellcdand
was frco coiniietltloii uinong the nutivo p'10 smelles theieln consented that judg'
lumbermen. In 1K.HS the business Is In
tho bunds of un ironclad "trust" or com
bination; and here is tho result, us re
gards the price of lumber In the two
years compared. Thoy aro San Fran
hniirens to you, you will wlnh tliut
you wero insured in ttia
I oiu'li lumber 511 en w tu
I nu eiii'lnir 15 i ;si tt)
l'lliefeialll.,n ei)HU quallly u (JO IH to
llio alxivoshowHan increase, under a
trust," of nearly 100 per cent., and tho
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il'imeu .oils Jlinu.
" Si . f'nd ' Ma it
I fltr Q Fiiniiia,
TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMP'Y,
Tiik TiiAVKi.Kii.s' resources tire aulllclent to
pay ut once tlio mmt eiiurmoiis nui.s of
clidinn Hint even urcm railroad und teum-1
lumt iieiildentM n.111 brim; upon It. Pay nil I
clalmn, wltluait dlxcount, Immedluti'Iy upon
receipt of 8.tlnictory pioofn. Nou Korfrflluro
provulons In all Its policies,
Ten Millions of Assets. Two Millions
PAID rOMCY IIOhDKItH, $11,000 ,X,
Clopton & Jackson,
East Orceonlun building, endleon, Or.
eaudidato, but would willingly lead
York's delegation for Cloveland.
LYNOIIINQ IN AL.AUAMA.
NfCruen Tlirciituu In limn a Town mul
Kill Its I'uiiplx.
UiitsnxaiiAM, Ala., April Ilanly
lVisnv. 11 eolnri'il man. was lvnched lust
nl.ilit nt It.Mtfiiiiinr. fur nil iittiiiimt In r-.itm 1 Sunday.
ugiil fifteen years old. A sjcciul tiuin locied one while ho preaciiod peace on
has just arrived from liossemor for arms fourth und good will toward men, and tho
nnd ussihtance. It is stuted tliut tho tow n 'r stood ofl und mudo snoots ut him.
Is surrounded by urinod nogroos, who
threaten to burn the town and kill
United States. At tbo base tho dam is
forty-six feet thick. The width is over
100 feet. Appropriate seeches were
mudo, wu ho there was a I no exhibl Ion consumers bavo to pay it or go without
.n ... u , .iu.u nil I IliesO SIllllO COIUbilliltioilH IUVO COIltlol of
gated. ho area of the reservoir is 110 I nearly all Iho timber binds on tbo Pacille
C'ei.H: if t?Sia?f tlm 'lum uud Ul WUtCr i cosiMt' U,,1 ?'ut ,l,0' '" it "ouhl Ik,
works is toUU.UQU. , unjust, ami ruinous to tboiit, to bavo the
. ! tarill" louioved, and they llnd(V) plenty
Two rival jiastors contended for jkihscs- like Dolph to champion It for them, uud
Blon of tho pulpit of tho lteformed Hpls- howl ugulnst tho .Mills hill, which puts
copul C'liurch in Jersey ('ity on Faster lumber on the free list. It Is thu same
it last n squad ol pouco pro- old story: Cun tul. comb iiuIIohh mul
monopolies must lie protected: laborers
people to avenge tho lynching of Posey.
A Tough Ife.
Sin Fiiaxcim'u. April -'"). Thomas
Treste, age J 70, hurled his wife live weeks
Whon a Joint Committee of the Now
Jorsoy Legislature waited on Governor
(ireene, to suy thut if ho hud no further
bindiicHs with that Uxiv it would udjoiirn,
ho iesH)iided fervently:"! have none,
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nun lainieiH must nvo ui diig-ouiH or
shuntlos, or pay the combliiation jirlto,
w ith tho protective tarill' added.
The Montana Domocrullo Tonitorlul
Cunvention tlecied Muitiu .MeGinnis and
Thoiuus .Maihull delegates U llie Si.
Ixmis convenl..n. ( Km hiiidund his ad
ministration were endorsed.
meiit for tbo ainoiint thereof be remleied
against them ut tbo thuo the forfelturo
was declared, and thoy paid the amount
to tbo district uttornoy, who paid it over
to tbo treasurer of the county entitled
thereto, uud llled a receipt theiefor
with tlio county clerk of thu county held
thut It was not uu erior for tho circuit
couil, in ascertaining the fees to which
the district attorney was entitled for tho
term, to allow lilin 10 per centum of such
amount so lecelved uud paid over,
pcciuo peiiunniiiico. compensation
in damages. Where thu defendant in
heiitedaii equitablo iuturest in lands.
uud was entitled to have his title per
fected usiu the payment of $!;(), uud
then sells said lauds for 1K00. und
iigioos to peifcct the title, and ictuses to
do it, mo puichusor may elect to hjsi
cilieully enfoicolbo ugreemont by acquir
ing tho defendant's equity through tho
deeioo, and have compensation in dam
ages for the amount necessary to I hi paid
to jHirfoet the title.
Not tills year but next your is leap
year, iiccoidfng to lim .lowtah culundur.
i In Im lull ladies wlei io not get a mull In
chunci'i v in liss may hae a chance to
t liaiiKi- their bu k by chai;ing their religion,