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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., Oil EG ON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1888.
KSlHITV I.ODC1B M w. I. o. o.
ITrXiiM' 1 ... i., tiiitiit In nil!i
'....fTiiV ( IIAITKItNO.ZI. it. A. M
:.M'I. M,.,,,, riimtn nil II.
...j i (Ih Krltlny nf nidi tiicintli, at TM
ui'siik, 11. r.t . umhion,
- ..... i.iiiIL' VII Ul A. k At A. M
L& Jirli ninntli. at 7s!MI o'clock. H.J
,"V, ).; W. K. t'oTWl.NK, Hecrctary.
UnLKTON I.ODUK NO. M, A. V. A A.M.
FUrctiln Hi" Masonic Tomplo on thu
mi tlilnl MonUuys of each tnnnlb nt
m t ... ....r VI' m . if A . .
10el0fK. I. ,hk"',I ', ....
fmr Thunxluy nlvht at tlm Kniflno
I .7 ..en ..ilw,fc. J. f. I V1HIMIV. M.
Ir ii ti-.tim. Hrrorurr.
IREKA WWK NO. XI. I. U. O. F. Meet
iter Haliirtlny evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
........ t. lltIL1 stin li . ! .
IUATII.I" rimAt"unr.iii t-iw.u.i.s
i t-. i(rii fin tlio necoml HUM llUl
Imlm nf cscti mourn, iii o'clock.
Iuv-RSOHK. C. I'.t K. K. Hll Altot.,Hcrlbe.
I....VL- iiLMii.'i'fA LiiiviK Nn. in. r. n
faW Mreln the Unit una thlrtl Tliur
lARMONY I.OIKJK NO. .Si, K. Of 1'.
IJIfft. In iun renown- iihii nvrry me"
.r.r.lnir ul 7:.K) o'clock. J. (J. I.KAMUHK.
l;CJ, WuirAKKK.K. of It.uml H.
ItVlW l)IKIK NO. 4. K. OKI'. Meet In
I (Mil Fellows" mill every wciine.any
Lu.l -i-il ii'i'lni'k. M. MnurllRAti. f.
liiMlAiinrMi, K. of II. ami H.
IT CAKHONSI'OHT, O. A. It. intitll nt
wnrficr. iihii fivcrj i iiiinumy iiikhi.
I U'Arrl.K, CollltlllllUltTi J. H. ilOWKN.
bTIN.TUItNKIl A 0UKW8. ATTOK.
ftMIEl IjtW. ltOOION IN find 10. AMUll.
I Block, I'enilli'ton, Orrgou.
fILIJA M I'AIISONH. ATTOrtNKY AT
I iaw. Oltlci IUk)MI No. 11. AuMOCln.
tBlurk, rtmllotoii, Orrxoii.
II.KV A II K LI.KUA Vi "'rTOIlN K YH
ii iaw. iinen itiKiinn i, .', 3 mm i A
Uilon lllock, I'rudlntoii, Ori'Kuu.
LTKU A KITZOKItAMl. ATTOIINKVM
(lU. IIimiiiu Jfo. A Hint C, AHuocIn
i Dinci, rnwicNiii, urrKdii.
J. imAV. ATTOIINKY AT LAW
. Ufllrfl Mnln HlrrM. in Tliiiinimnii
r.tut HutliiliiKi nvf r tlio roit'Oinc.
IbT A (Itvmt A nn.li &t ti'u a ti t . ii
t Mi.iuni oiiuiliiriin rv I ittl ,
Oflff-ilviT Klrnt NhIIodiiI llmik, I'mi.
K. II L TC IIKII. ATTOHNK Y AT ii AW.
fi'iilrrvlllii. Orrirnn. Will nructtcc
roaru of Orruou utMl WniililnKloii, Oil
toD.jiroiiipuy uiiciiupa 'o.
IAUaBY 4 WAOKIl. ATTOHNKYH AT
Uw. I loo I n ;1iiiiiH of tlm"Ku.t Orn.
- i" bullillni;, corner of Main itml Wnbl.
f". iTmiirinn, urrcoii.
KlRTKR WIIITK. ATTORN KYK AT
Uv, I'rnilleloii.Ort'goii, Kooiiu H una
IIIY8ICIANS AND SUKOKONS.
fcluyjimni. i'iiyhician anhhuu-
V triiO. r'rlifi. I Iriii.fin. 1'Iva vfiiim utliMii
Ibu.iuiuiKi .t vulv pnulloe.
p. A. V, llltlHHIN, MKTA-1'IIYNICIAN
i u'i imciiiT or wuriMinii noirnca.
TUllttlltlilil iK'll til rlinmililfliilil mill
dlrnm. Coinultullou frw. Cli
rartiim lot It of vacli monlli. Ottlro
IB a. KHiml fliuir nf l'Miil f lririililuti
ORIhWOI.n. I'll YfTldiAN AND Hint-
Ittlll OIMiim 111 Irvlni... ilrni t.lpn.
V-J-iu I'lti'K'rr. iii yhi('Ian'ano
If Uni...... i . ... . .... i.... .. .
r oikiuti, iiiiivi'fvvivrr jnirnuMii a
(.luiuiv i tinri', rornrr or joniuou mm
cntirttiii, l'tmultloii, Ori-Kou
tww. KI.Nii., m7U. OKK10K OVKIt
P..Muruouu .t Co.'m torp. ltoniacncK.on
If.i.lrirl n,., IS, .... -I. ll ..I.Lnn.
roiincrici i,y tolepHon Witt. Vll
ritoi'l. Kin-cli.l itttvutlon Klvttn to tin
in wimii'ii ftnu ciiiiurrii.
. HKATIH, DKNTIKT. OAH AUMIN-
ISTOLN JAY. 1'AINTKH AND PAI'KU
luiijror. Work pnimptly done. Lava
Wl'tlir A UrKt-np, on Uoim
it II A II trttr, . m-ws
r1 IMC1UIIV ITutlniMtAa fitrnldh..! nn
a. IH'J'HIS, (JAHPKNTKIt ANC
UQllUt-r. jink. itnlKM ul mUfcl.lni.A.
fnrcmrLanaTlionipon ktrwU, I'tftiUlo.
K. . "tfyorili-m .olicln-.l umt nromplly
("LUAMIlOI'Kn, DLAOKHMITII AND
ri.lli itr. AIU nil iinrucu nn.
JJIfUip.Ornsoii. HlnckurallU work of all
ftuin.ii0 . W1 Poll' manner, nd on
CSVy0 nn. 1'artlcular attention gl
; ""vic owing.
ANE A Illtfiu.v iiiiitup iia Itnr AflR
i i n, i u i r ..... 1 w . . w. . . ... -. - --
Vlucent street, near Court tret.
bT,i r"f"ilbMt on nbort notloe. OrUnri
"U 1 111' 111 . M I . .. ... 1 1 1 . . I I ullnn.
-m iiiiimi; n liHX'IHlli
E. 0. & E. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Complete .Stock of Kuriiitum uml Carn'lH.
Oui' Stock Covers 5,000 Feet of Flooring.
iVuV WILKINSON. I'ltACTIfAI,
CB1 iin'K umi wiironoinriri jn-
'"" nM iIibuIhivi" linmi-hHi. All work
pimnin.i . , . . - - . .
L. wniio in iiriwx oiii siaca. Main
NiCbUPUAT. KTOSK AND illtICK
Jlksiti u - i.
'oat- V rnmimoD, urrii'iu, hhhw
rvt unit innniimdiii UAiilnan un-ylnll
MmQs Plterlnict hII kludt of atone
k. . " extjcuiii reiftbuuuiiiv. mil-
r. '"ck rue-proof purililoiii.
(TE?Mi DAItVEAU. l'HOPUIETOU
It., . 'H "lloanl nf n ii., stin
tf.l, . - .M rf......
kiLnu Pendleton, Oregon. Kreuer-
nia urauguu flue wme,
Rottichild & Bean,
Main and Alta Sts.
GOODS SOLI) ON KASY I'A YMKNTS.
JU. O. and 15. M. WHlil'iQLlDK
SUCCCESSORS TO FORBES WHEELER,
Asaociution Hiitldlnc ... . t'ondlelon, Or.
-IN TMK HllAl'K OF-
Jewelry, Clocks, Watches and Sil
OF THK VKKY UrtHW HTYLKS AND DKSK5N8.
Wo rtro now pnurol to ciiKruvo all wok as Jlonocratii on ovvrythint; botijjlit from
Jluilng our Goods In large quiintUle from different furtorien, we are
V able to nell them cluaper thun at Portland and other
plucea, wtere rcpmne umuinrr.
Wo have secured tlio nervlcesof Mr. Hamlin, direct from tlio Hurt, wIiocoiup very
Iiijiuly rccommenuect, no we aruuoiu 10 guniaiio
IN KVKKY I'AUTIClfLAH. CALL AND KXAMINK OUH
NEW DESIGNS IN SOLID AND COLD-PLATED .GOODS.
Corner Muin and Court Ktrcctn,
F. J. DONALDSON.
THE BOWMAN HOUSE
K. J. Ilortou, l'roprletor.
Main ana lUllroad HU., I'euUteton. Orego
Klrit-cU la every wpecl. N""' fa
riunab every convculeuce. lfu"j'"
The "Wood Man
THE FEED MAN,
Nhprnian Naya It ('annot Vako l'nrl In 111
Congrrm nr Nutluiin Wltlinut Ureal llrlt
aln' t'oiim nt.
"r f Ottawa. Dun. H. Sniintnr Jnlm Mlinr.
Man I'rolinlilr Hnntneil -A Ninuhor
rronii - a. lout rraniliieitl .Urn tir,, u.tt,, 11... ...111.,, f l, I.V..
1 1'ifHH regarding tho Cont?rcM of nationc
1 onTt.ANii, Doi ..-Ilaiu uml mud till t WaNhhiKton next vwtr, jiv: "I think
you win t rwt. ... , Hiero In no doubltliat thu prtwitco of
Tho mayor of thu city ha, onluriM tho , ,loloi;ateH from tho Dominion of Canada
tuljblmlcrs i to mjil. . would bo very acceptable and very proper,
Work on tho IiIr hotol U tiroKriwiiiK mt i ,ont eo how it can lw donoox
nicely. One story on top of tho Mono , opt wlih (ho eminent of Orent itrilain.
work is nearly comploted. Our government could not. ilh duo n-
mi P.!1 . tho .wu,cr uml P1''" of Hl'cct to (Sreat Britain, hold any formal
help f help I" were heard near tho Mor-! relation with tho Dominion Government,
r wn street bridge lant iitRht. It ln,tt nccemmry reimlt of tho deendencv of
thought Homo ono Jumped from tho Canada upon (Ireat Britain, hut 1ilch
onuBU aim wn rownca. j no ti0ubt could bo waived by tho parent
Ilntl linn II Wlllfni.iu .. ...,u.v.,l ..n ! ... "
...... ... ,.,u:,r,Auu (government."
momt)cr of Harrison 'a cabinet, Iiuh a -
mitKiiiflcont home on Nob Hill. In thin The naly Kobbem
city. Mrri. WllllauiH wax once tho queen Nr.w Yohk, Dec. 8. Four prlnonern,
of Hocii ly in WiiHhlngtoti, urtd Ih mill a Mid. Stanley, Mm. Hermann, J'Mwnrd
very uanUHomo lady. Meredith and Henry llermami, charged
ii iiKiiunuiuuimiii I ..MJMUllll Ullll lirill 1 1 vrillllll 1 1 ft;iliilk;ri
Hon. C. II. Hellinger, iiicinWr of the with iiBtault with Intent to rob t'hll Daly,
the gambler, were arraigned in tlm Jet
fernon Market polieo court ycslurday.
great law firm of Dolph, Hellinger. Mnl
lory & Minon, oi-cupleH a largo and hand
Tho Hermann woman made a'coufcHHlou
and placed it in tho handa of thoiiHHlMant
rofccutliir attorney. Hermann, her ul
leged hiiHband, wan then remanded until
Sunday, and tho other three were held
to await the action nf tho grand Jury.
nome resilience on toi x til. Ill hoii
Victor, u proiiilnliig young law Htudent, in
Monographer fur the Ilrni.
(Julncy A. IIrook, ex-collector of cuh
tomH at l'ort Townnend, Ih In tho city and
will probably remain during tho winter.
111m mm Kilu-tiril H. . 11 Wuhl tntn, itniilii.
nt. M nil illlli-nr In lin rni.lllilr iirniv imiiI An K'lltor Illr
Ih noR Htatloned at Fort Yatea, Dakota. ,.Av"N' . .lolin I'reHcott
C. II. Mclnaac, tho alleged bluOkinaller, ' i"""""' ,t,(li,or Sf . 11,0 ,VkHVnvllI,J
writes from Chicago that ho Ih there on 1 7 nieH-Wnion, died hero yeMerday of
biiHlnosH. Ho will return to I'ortland the I Moo;l-loiHoning, contracteil during hi
earliest poHclble moment, and will wirely , rldeneo in Morlda.
bo on deck when lilHraHecomeH to trial. I A frii-.t Arrr.trU.
Hon. Jonathan Ilotirne, .Ir., tho leading ! Dtiiu.iN, Dee. 8. Father Kennedy wan
mining man of I'ortland, has not yet re- inrrrMcd ycMordayat Kantunk, for attend
turned from the KaHt. Ilrothcr Jonathan ing inceliugH of tho mipptvHHcd braiicheH
Iiuh done more to encourage thu mining of tho IriHh National league.
indtistricH of this country than anv other An Artut Killed.
indivlilual. Ho ban alwaya cheerfully Sdakim, Dec. H. -Mr. Wako, the Len
ient a hclntii! hand to everv miner who Inn flnililiti iirtlut luiu Imlill tftllnil In
camo to him wilh a fair hhowlng of oro. j Arabn, who aro benclglng tho town.
(ieorgo A. Shcp.ird, tho irreprcHsiblo . .
adJuHter of bankrupt eulateii, Inqitlto! mokktolkuation nkk.iiko.
largely intcioHtcd in mining iiroportieH. .
lie wax the lirxt HUN!rintendeut ot tlio ' TimThrrat. ami TininirinK r rartliam
Arllnuton mine. Ono mornlin: Gcoruo U'rltirUrii-uancer yet from Hinoiu.riuK
met tho foreman IunI emeriiim! from tho ! Kinh.ri.
Hhaft. "Well, old Ixjv, how docM who
look this inorniiig'." Haiti Cleorgn. " ery
tough," replied tho foreman, "wo have
Htrik-k a 'horno.' " "Tho h I you have.
It muni bo ono of thomi d u white-
eyed cayu-eH which havo been roaming
around Here on Hie Hill, mat tell tu tlio
Colkax, W. T Dee. U. I8S8.
To tbe IMItor of Ibn Kt ' rrijiiiilun.
"llolilnd the Iteptiblleaii party in tho
recent election oxlHted a determination to
vole down thin Hyntomutio theft of the
federal government, and, if defeated, to
.. .... I ,l. U.....I. !. ., ....
, , i , . i , . i. rilu minimi; ia iiii iuiiiii iiiiiv iu
shaft last nlul.t." A new Hitirlnteudent j (J, ,,,, .W)Mnx olltrm;0 wtm(1 M
was sent up tho next day. ; J M, , for la i8jj.-()re-
t "If tho dire conflict over cotneH, tut is
win threatened, it will not imi u war iwtween
Cougreoiuan (Nn Think. Ilarrlaiiii
Uricn Their Adinl. .Inn u. Hlulra
Nkw Youk. Die. .I.-Tlio World this!" utrugglo bctweeti twi
morning publlnhcd an lulorvlew uilh j ni"". iui u ikuuo nt
Congressman Cox concerning ihondmlH.
hIoii of thu Territories, in which hu Kays:
"It Ih certain that the I'resldent-elect,
judging from his action while Senator,
will urgently recommend, If not tho ad
mission of tlieso four Territories (Mon
tana, Washington, Now Mexico ami Da
kota) as States, Hemrately, tho admission
of South Dakota and probably of North
Dakota also asStateH, and probably for the
name reason, tliougli not witu soinucn
emphasis, tho admission of Montana and
Wnstnuglou as Mates.
Ciillltlun In Chlntgi) (lau.e a l.m. of
fliiiniriu l)iii H.A rolllsion vexter
lay on tho Pittsburg, Fort Wayno Si Chi-
thu North and tho South. It will not bo
two Hccllous of tho
This is Interesllug talk for tiospaiers
to bo engaged in I It would Indicate that
anarchism is not dead, uud I hut tho an
archists aro not conllued to the organiz
ation claiming that name. Thu Oregon
ian's ext(acto j threats were ill
limed and impollt c, ti say the leust,
though bused tioii the fact that tho ne
gro vote In the South is not allowed its
fiee uud natural expression at the (tolls,
t hat Cleveland's election as accomplish
ed by unfair manipulation of tho votes In
tho South, can not lie successfully
denied, but that ho could not ho
elected fn that way ugalu Is
sutneient gumntoe to every triot that a
majority of tho c(iplo of the whole conn
trv aro icadv. at the moment thov think
such frand endangers the serenity of the
cago railroad, near Fiftieth street, resulted government to show Its pors:tratorH that
in a loss to mo company ot t.,ii,uou, a nney cannot carry it uny iiiriner success
long freight train, drawn by three en fully. Notwlthstanning Mr. Cleveland
glues, north bound, was rounding a was elected by the solid South, which
curve, when a south bound switch engine maintains its solidity by an unfair ballot,
dashed Into it. The engineers and lire- w illil nothing olucially which was Iu tho
men were warned just in time to jump least insurrectionary or menacing In
and rave their Uvea. Four engines were the Union, and his presidential term was
thrown from the track, and all were badly Us good and uttrlolic as the uverage.
disabled, toeethtr with a number of box
cars loaded wilh freight.
A IIKNKVOI.KNT MMIKMK.
Ho was led away, however, upon Issues
in his second candidacy which were
looked iinju by a majority of tho people
us leading to dangerous ground, at leant
A I'roim.llluu to U.c Mnn.y Oblli.e(fr Ior 1110 lllliusinai inc. lui oiii, i mo
Nral Haln. In K.HiratlnK the Atatkant icoomry, anil i ... iiii-wj imv...
WAH.II.VUTOS. Dec. 8. It Is said that, .""WhI"!
riitu.rtiM will lui iikWpiI til lui.rt II 1,111 ami lliero l UU quunuun III lliu iiiiiii.a Ul
mB h !t dClnx of LaU not to ex' ! ",,,,t ,nc U,al ,,'4',e,, '" "ot olLd
provldiug (or taping ot HtMls, not to i ,(orIai vole as t was counteil at the
teedT,twb skins Tn any one year, under , JJ) f W2Xn Tlut that he was
,. i"rm.' tw of tliat count being manifestly In
'de lUi to ! ("vorof Tilden. will. In all lrolubillty, &
lo applied, after paying for tho labor of
making tho catch, to edtiealion of tho ' j"1
nallves of the Territory. t j (
InLi h storv. Hut that that count was
Into tlio initio; iioxes
the fraudulent manipulation
the HUllraKes of the South, must also be
I .1 .,'l.t.. I . .. ..A-...l. I
A War Hhlp llrlnc sup,.trU. , nirueu. i a ui,Uu. a hum.-
Nhw YoaK. Dec. B.-At tho Jlrooklvn ! "I1 uSw1
uavj-yard yesterday supplies of low.Ier " V ' Joln u te lth mm i Sloii
andsfere.weroU.ing quickly placed on fe'" Zn u tl a", '2
the Unte.1 hlates s oop o war ua.ena ? 7' forUm Hjfely"of , tol,llU0. It
which nas ueen orufreu 10 iirmixn . fc,iiiffiilir.iiui id it lluini.cr.i
Cnllmrn nrniim.iil v n l'nrt ml 'low.H.l.H, U",tt h,Un? I' rU.H.0IWt ,,,0.l,tl?.r.,'
rinc e Tmand Ihe reJease of the - iul ."(!.. ? "
II I,,.. K..... il.lt,. , HOI lllliy IIIO IKJIIU Ul tUIHCIlUUII, IIUl IIIU
steamer llayllan Itepuhllc. . nUuaU blmlf IihhiiIi of nolson
Aiialhrr rrenru , i.ri. un(, rantor w.,c ,ay yut L.a,j u, unother
l Aiuo, juv. o. vhk i iii.i.uni mi- u'lir I kiv in:iv IIWIIlL'll II uoiiiii not.
yesterday's mwling of the municipal , ul,i not ,f tftu Nortii has the pa
council two of the Members, M Menroal, il:lic ,, foriftcaranco to wait until time
a HoulangUt, am M. (Jiantemps, an Ir-, H,un jlejj t10 wounds of the South made
reconciiamo, lougiit a unci yesterouy lor l,y the relu;llion. Tliero are enough u
words lined. Chantemis was wounded j ,rjottc ttnij IUiorablu men In tho South
In tho arm. to uraduallv rectify this ureat wrona. if.
fUlslit f.arlhiuaUe shock. , ; WM. thuyieiix t a 1'resldent ho Isuccepted
Oukiikc. Due. 8. A iierceptltilo earth-
quake rhock was felt yestenlay at Him
ouekl. It lasted a half minute, hut no
damago Is sofarrnjKrted.
A llur(lar henlruceu.
complacently uud ullowed to lake his
seat. JJtu wnen unotner wrong anouier
fraudis pers:trated to counteract the
first, the situation is only aggravated, uud
we show our re Ives to l a nation of
Uiul'minmi IW U'm l(,lrtu 1 ClllllllIiH Or lllllllrCll. illStlMll Of tllO Oil
twenty years old, has been sentenced to ! lightened men wo Ixxtst ourselves tple.
. ,. . i Itn tin A iiliut iiLiiui. r. I llilu jj,k.
twenty years in tno ctato prison W '"" """'"n"1". """,,w'"
burglary. uhtlon of American ohtics may bo seen
Iu the fact that mch feelings as there are
born iu tho desire of men for place and
power. Wo all know lietter than to be
lievo that thu Democratic party, or oven
tho South, Is immediately conniving to
break up the government, and for my
own part, I would not he alruld to trust
.loir Davis as president, If elected hi reg
ular form. It Is partisan spirit more
than patriotism on tlio ono side, and des
peration and revolt at defeat on the other,
that prompts tlm politician to promulgate
their Insurrectionary utterances and
fi.iilttttrti .mil HLniftti.i lit ,i.ir,mlMltu IIia
frauds which have endangeraii tho coun
try and cast such dark and lilnody stains
upon the escutcheon of republican gov
ernment. At any rate It Is clear that
man's Insatiable rapacity and brutal com
batlveness are so largely involved in this
mailer that were It not lor them, these
frauds on either hand would not bet
unshed to that extent as to endanger tho
iicst government yet Instituted amend
Ono is sometimes ready to conclude
that mankind Ih not yet. near enough civ
liked toearry the resionslhllitieH of Ho
publican government; that he cannot be
entrusted with Individual liberty and sov
ereignty without eudravoilug, by frauds
and roblsirlcH, to aggrandire himself at
the exiienso of another's rlahts. They
congregate In Inuunierahle societies uud
organizations to protect their Interests
from encroachment, which they do by
retaliatory encroachments umiii others.
And there are to-day more such societies
in tho United States than in nil the world
liesldeH. It Is inltiht. at iH'st. that uovcrns
the world, and Iu a Itenuhlio the hetero
geneity of its many sovereigns destroy its
iveueo and endanger Its security by their
constant endeavors to exalt themselves by
pulling down others. In the case of the
two great divisions of the North mid the
holilli. it Is an imceas in! struirele tnioa
the same Inhuman principle of spoliation,
ami they are kept together only by the
tenacious iKiwer of mlcht. Ami If a suifi-
dent uumlsir of men on both hides do not
soon learn more forls'iirauco and liberal
ity toward tlm otilnlous and the actlonb of
each other, tho clash of arum will surely
again be heard in this favored land.
Thiir.ilny' I'riirrnllnita -I'limiti Kicks
0r tlm Truer.-Illll. of liiiiurtaiica tu
OrrKini iviiitlni; Hi-rum thu Nruute.
Tlio Senate resumed consideration of
tho Tariir hill. Mel'hersou said to his
mind tlio rates of duties provided by the
Senate bill was an Increase on the exist
ing rates of more than 10 ier cent. His
own Statu was largely Interested in those
industries, lull hu did not licllovo they
needed tho amount of protection pro
posed. Tho Mills hill, hetlmuuht. ac
corded to thorn till the protection they
I'lutnh thought tho duty on silvered
glass should Imi icmovod, Intuiimi It was
not produced in this country but Allison
thought the duly too low. H11111I1 also
moved to reduce the duties 011 beams,
uirders. joint, fluid sixjko of iron uml
steel combinations In this countiy, and
insiuneeii tno cases 01 tno governmuni
huildiims at Wichita and tho state houses
of Texas, when 11 largo saving could have
neen ciiceied ny contracting lor such
Allison opiKiscd reduction.
Tho House commenced discussion of
the direct tax bill.
Ono of the measures iiend nit liefore the
Senate is the Indian depredation hill,
providing for a llnal adjustment of soll
utlon claims. Tills passed tho House and
is now Isifore the Semite, where It was
not considered ut the closo of the lust ses
sion. There aro ulso bills for lluht-houso
anil life-saving stations at the mouths of
thu Siuslaw and Coqulllu rivers, public
building bills for I'ortland uml Salem, an-
tiroprlution of arms for the Oregon mil
itia, which passed through the House last
Hesslon, but which woh not then con
sidered by. the Boimto; hill forfeiting the
.ortliern ruclllc railroad land irxant be
tween Uullula uud I'ortland, which
passed the House, and is now in confer-
earn l-ctween the two Houses; and wagon
roau land forfeiture bills,
In the f-enute Senator Mitchell Intro
duced a resolution, which was agreed to,
directing the secretary of the treasury to
transmit to thu Senate copies of the set
tlcmcnt between tho United States and
Oregon, 011 account of the sum of 170,'JuS
appropriated by Congress to pay the Mo
dou war claims: also a statement of the
15 icr cent of Oregon's quota of the di
rect tax, and u settlement of the C (er
rent claims on account of cash sales of
A HxcUrlan Hrhonl In We.toa.
From the WtMon trailer.
Itov. Mc.MIchaels, presuming elder for
this district, accompanied by Hov. How
urd, minister of the M, II, chinch ut I'en
dleton, was In the city last Monday.
They were on business connected with
the Irunsfer of tho Normal school building
uud furniture to the authorities of tho M.
K. church, w ho are making arraugeinenUi
Ut found an academical school iu this
city, The reverend gentlemen were
highly pleased with tho generous oHe-nt
made by tho trustees, ami announced
their intention of beginning ut once, pruit
aratlous for the opening of the school 111
February, All who nro acquainted with
Iho energetic uml successful management
of schools by this denomination, will bo
pleaded to hear that they havo concluded
to cast their lot among us.
Walla Wulla Journal : The oor girls
who went oil with the 1'eter Funk joweliy
tK'ddlcra have ro'iirncd. Thuiu was no
lulled calf : but there camo very near bo
lug u double funeial at Thu Dalles.