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supremacy of the machine he crerit-
it discussed the event behind dole«
ed and controlled. A mighty oppo-!
sition to the domination of civic!
When the doors wore opened it
tifiairs by machine politicians has'
was made known that both tho
Wurm Coiitimt Over tbe Govern-. arisen, and Hituon ia getting ready Tin» Week'» Work and Doings South Carolina Senators, by unan
for the hardest struggle in bis ca
of the Oregon Delegation.
urMlilp- Other Political New»
imous vote, had been declared to
reer from ward worker to the Unit
be in contempt of the Senate. They
ed States Senate. In Mat ion County
were permitted, by a vote of the
Governor 'I'. T. Geer is fighting for
Senate, to make apologies to the
Oregonian: For head of the Re continued political life. Disap Washington, Feb. 22.—llepre- Senate, Tbeir statements were
Hardware of Every Description.
publican ticket but two nre avowed pointed office-seeker.’’, and other« tentative Moody today secured a listened to by Loth the Senators
an<l announced candidate»—Gov who are not disappointed office favorable report on Lis bill» for re and the people in the galleries with
MI’UNN, ................................................... OllEUON.
ernor Goer, and W. J. Furniah, the seeker», but whoso interests are lief of cottiers on Tlx? Dalles mili breathless interest. Senator Till
rendleton banker. Governor Geer’» with the leaders of the opposition, tary wagon road lands. One pro man left the Capitol when adjourn
chances would tceiningly depend an- making a strong fight toile
vides that sett’era who were pre ment was taken.for recess and did
primarily upon results of the, feat the Governor in the primaries,
not return for the night ression.
Marion County primaries, if u and it is conceded that without bis vented from completing title to the McLaurin was in the chamber
split or uniristructed dr-legation nonte county bithind him chancel '.and settled upon and improved, about 8 o’clock, but left early.
j which the Governor cannot control for but renominalion will be exceed-1 by reason of the decision of the Neither Senator would make a
I is sent to the »tale convention, then ingly small. Other CJUnties have; Supreme Court in the case of Wil statement.
I it is not likely he will have a Cor their own particular fights, which cox vs. the Eastern Oregon Land
Tillman's speech of apology was
JOHN W HllMJH. Preti I. nt,
I poral’s guard.
Company, shall, ir. making final as follows:
GH > IKY. Catliior.
o that Geer would have two or three paign, but the main battlegrounds proof upon homestead entries made
‘ Mr. President, I have nlwavs
for other lands, be given credit for esteemed it a high honon and priv
i Eastern Oregon counties in event, will bs in the counties previously
of Ilia currying Marion, but when mentioned, and here will be fought i the [»eriods of their residence upon ilege to be a member of ibis body,
a«ked for specifications the fore the contests upon which will de [ and the amount of improvements I had never had any legislative ex
casters modestly profess not to pend the Republican state ticket made on the lands for which they perience when I came here, and
(fix orp<>rate<l )
> know. Several months ago it was) Declaration has been repeatedly were unable to complete titles. The mv previous service as Governor of
announced that Judge Stephen A made by Governor Geer’s friends other bill extends to owners of South Carolina for fi»ur years had
u 1 Low<U, of Pendleton, would also that be is in no way interested in wagon rca 1 grants the privileges unfitted me in a measure to enter
extended to owners of railroad
A Of netal Banking Business Transacted. *3 O ' be a candidate for Governor, and ¡Senator Siiuon’a fight, at d that grants by the act of June 22, 1874, [ this ai gust assembly with that
there is no alliance l>etween the1
dignity and regard—proper regard
Director»: \V. Y. King, I S. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E. Triscli. ? that he and Furnish would battle
leaders. Circumstances may | and other acts. Should this be-J I will sav—fur its traditions at d
in the Cmstilia County primaries
J. C. Welcome.
come a law, the Secretary uf the
habits and rules that is desirable.
»«»act os eoe » eo«<* -w t/> »«*«•••• »»roosttuiscc a [for the delegation. It was pre have conspired to bring about the!
[dieted at the lime that whoever conditions cf politic.il affa:r» exist Interior could grant the request of “I have been here several v-irs.
| won in the preliminary skirmish ing at thia time, and may be held the Eaeteii. Oregon Land Com-! I haiv in that time learned to
j would have a solid Eastern Oregon accountable for the obvious fact party, made last year, to relinquish judge men with little more catl.olic-
Bi rm «
No. 70, K of 1*
dilcga'ion behind him in the con- that supporters of Governor Geer all their rights to patented lands ity of spirit than Iolidwhen I came
'■d Me«tn etwrr rhurailay night.
' veution. While there Las been haye united w ith friends cf Senator in lieu of other selections witbin here. I have seen a great mativ
F M. Jo: Ian, 0 0.
heard no retraction of intention on Simon to battle against the allied the limits of the grant.
people in whose personal miegr t v
8. M»th«r»h«a<l, K of ft. B.
I the part of Judge Lowell, little has forces who flaunt no particular
and honor and regard for their ob
I'igtit in Senate
PH0T0GRA ! HER.
HIRNS CH.UTER. NO. 41». <>. EH.
Washington. Feb. 22.—Washing ligations as gentle ineii I have im
Metta ms - oii I aixi fourth Mo.iday <>t
and from reports it would appear the force and power of the Simon
plicit cordidence; but I have see«
•■»ch mortli in Maaonle lull, Voogtly
excellent machine in Multnomah County ton’s birthday was signaliz ■d in so much of partisanship; I have
Lnii.ltng Mrn M >sr«i" l-oven», W. M jfdF '’«in St —opposite Rank.
; chance to win out in the primaries and throughout the stale. To the the United States Senate by a fist seen so much of whut I consider
Mr». Kuni.e Thoinprou, Sec.
fight. The two .Senators from South
But Mr. Furnith cun hardly ex- extent of what might, perhaps, Lc [
slavish submission to parly denom
were the active partici
called at least a defensive alliat.ee,
ination, that I confess I have felt
BUKSH LoiXiF, NO. er, a . f , ¿ a ., m . jy] »«spits ÀUKAKY
the Geer and Simon men are work pants in the affray. Tillman, in somewhat at a loss bow to judge
Metta Rutiinlav on er before full moon.
W. L Maraden.
John W. Q.ary,
he succeeds in currying his own ing in harmony. As one illustra the course of n speech upon the men who in one respect appeared
Qualified bruttiti-« fraternally invited,
< . E K. mj .'D, W. N. E. H. Itie Irr,
county. The Gier men are calling tion of the situation, it ts cited byj Philippine tariff bill, made serious to be so high and clean and honor
B ui eh , Oregon. persistent attention to tbo com- local politicians that Croisan of! reflections upon the honor of his
able, and in another appeared
colleague, McLaurin. Jn brief, he
ffOrom e *t re»idenro. ‘Phone 20,
more or less despcciable. 1 say
HURNS LODGE, NO M, A. Of. W.
j tiish has been in the partv, nml in Governor Geer’s campaign, is [ charged that bis vote in Eupport of this because of the fact that one of
Meet» at Brown liait «very Friday we- ’
ring. Visitin« brother» fraternally in-1
■ there is an inclination among them known ta have been a Simon ma-1 the ratification of the treaty of Paris ! the Senators has seen fit to allude
E>t<..H A KIOGS
»><•'1. TI mm . S*u»r», W. M. Cl»*». N.
1 to qmstion the right of th« Pendie- chine supporter and an enemy of bad been cast through the exorcise [ to same nutiers that occured this
J. W Hijfa.
i ton banker to ask to head the state the Governor In fact, his farmer of improper influences.
McLaurin was not in ihe chain- !
ticket win n bi-letm of allegiance antagonism was of an intensity
II MONEY I.ODGF, NO. 77. I. O O f. I
her nt the time, being engaged in Î “I now wish to sav that, so far
III KNS, OltKliON.
Meets every Haturdav evening, B own’»
i to the party does not span more that could be called bitterness
as any action of mine has caused
committee work, but he was sent
hall Visiting brothers fraternally in £<yOflt-v in Bank building.
any Senator here or the. Senate a»
Frank O Jackson. N. G.
’ Furnish is net the only seeker for nomination and is active and for and appeared just as Tillman a body or the people of tke United
Ü. U. Rmi'h. Secretary.
' political honors in Eastern Oregon. prominent as a worker to that end. concluded his speech. Pale as States, to feel that I have been
Tfl.E CfttCI.E. NO .145, WOMEN OF G
One man at lia’t is a receptive Others who have been friendly toi ashes, McLaurin rose to address derelict and that I have not shewu
Woodcraft. Meute 2nd an i Ith Tues-
candidate for Governor, and others the machine, though op[»osed to the : the Senate, »peaking to a question that courtesy and proper obser
aiav at Brown's hall. Mrs 'Filli • Jordan,
Attorney at l^w,
Mr», lone Whiting.
want lesser places on the ticket.
Governor, are now working fur him ! of personal privilege. He review vance of the rules of ibis body,
C. A. Johns, of Baker Citv, with considerable vigor and en ed Tillman’s charges briefly and that i regret it: I apologize for »t.
<CJ-Attorney far Slat* ácbnol Hoard.
then denounced the statement
would not be averse to accepting thusiasm.
made by bis colleague ns »“wilful,, I was rtadv to do that two minutes
the nomination for Governor, and
after 1 had acted, but under the
Frank Wrightinan, of Salem, malicious and deliberate lie.’’
will probably announce liis candi who is mtkit g the fiehl against
provocation which was known tw
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1.U4M* * Fit;asKAbr>
Scarcely had the words fallen
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dacy definitely before tbo campaign Geer, is known to be a candidate
of you, I could net Lawe acted
k M BT w-
is much farther advanced. From fur Attorney General. In fact.it from his when Tillman, sitting a otherwise than I did, and while I
APorney al Law,
Notary Public. reliable information
received in is on account of this desire on, few seats from him, with Teller be-i apologize to the Senate, ar.d niu
t MT* TRADE IVJAnnS
L aw , Nolari ¡1 and Reul Estate
Portlend recently, there is reason Wrightman’s part that he is so | tween him, »prang at McLaurin. ! sorry that il has occured, I have
to believe that Mr. Johns has ex s renuously opposing the Governor, w ho had turned toward Tillman, nothing more to say.’’
AoT*me •«». m J 1 ng a akatch an<1 description mar
Atn^hif «•«'»»Main our opinion iriir wiidhur au
invention la probably patonUblr ('Giumnnlca-
perienced u change of faith and is because ot the anticipated unwill-1 meeting him half wav and in an
McLaurin rose at tho conclusion
t Iona Nt riot ly confidential. Handbook on i’Mt«*ut4i
gSg"Ofiice in old Masonic building no longer to be considered a wheel- ingingness of the convention to al instant these two Senators, having!
•ent fra*. OMeut aawncy for Rocuimg imtoitli.
brief address. He. too.
I’atrnUt taken through Munn A t o. racalr«
•P'rhif Hotter, wit hout chsruo. Ii> the
horse of the Simon machine. In low two of the best places on the swept Teller aside, were eusaged was calm, but it was evident that,
ticket to go.to one county. Ho is
the past he has been accredited: well known in his home county but in a rough and tumble fight. Mc he w»3 suppressing his emotion bv
A hanrteomelr lllwrtHrtM wm WI j .
with having been nneof the Sena- has not figured to any great extent! Laurin received a heavy blow on an effort. He speke with greater
dilation of arty ’ •«'lentifi
* *■**" <’ * tournât.
• * T«»rma,
• “ a
i ha, |L tfcddbynll nawad«aJara.
: fr “
tor’s advisors mi l political friends, i in state affairs previous to the, the forehead, while Tillman got a1 feeling tha 1 had been manifested
Practic'd Land Surveyor.
punch on the uose which brought
but news comes that be has thrown present campaign.
by Lis colleague, particulardy whea
in his political fortunes with the
There is more Catarrh in this
told the Senate how sorely be
Assistant Sergeant at Arms Lay-1
anti Simon faction, and will mtike section of the country than all other
been tried bv the accusations
his conversion a basis for request diseases put together, and until the ton sprang over desks to reach and which had been made against him
to write for our confidential letter btrforv Ap
ing recognition. I'udoubteilly he last few years was suyposed to be sepcrate the combatants and him from time to time. His statement
plying for rmtonl:ll may be worth money.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
Wc pro npiiy obtain IL n. and Foreign
can carry Buker County in his in incurable. For a great many years self received several blows. He follows.
Mortgages, Peed«, Itc , cerrcet’i.v made.
got between them finally and by |
office al Stere
Murne. Oregon. terest, and what other strength he doctors pronounced it a local di
‘Mr. President, I did not realize
en<l TRADE PARKS er r.t..rn KN-
can develop through the state is sease, and prescribt d local remedies, main strength w renched them I that I was in contempt of the Sen
TIRE •ti'.rney» rec. Hrn.l mo.lel. »krUli
or photo end wc .end »n IMMEDIATE.
problematical, at this time. II. E ! and by constantly failing to cure apart. Senators Warreu, oi Wy ate, nor do I think now. if mv
FREE report on pelcn ability. We gifo
H tbi beet legal arrvice and uUvica, uud our
Ankeny, the Jackton County mine with local treatment, pronounced it oming. and Scott, of West Virginia words arc read in the record, that J
I uhurgen are moderate. Try ua.
two of the most powerful men in
owner and rancher, is another incurable.
Science has provett
was in contempt of the Senate, but
SWIFT & CO.,
Gubernatorial candidate, but out catarrh to be a constitution il di- ■ the Senate, leni>ed to his Assistance at the same time, as the Senate ba«
J Opp. U.S. Patent Offioe,Washington, D.C.
side of his own county it is not scase. an 1 therefore requires con ar.d caught thcarm9 of the belliger ruled that I am in contempt of
known that he has or can secure stitutional treatment. HallsCatarrh ents, forcing them to their sea’s, i this honorable body. 1 bog leave to
Intense excitement prevailed i:i.
any particular following.
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
the Senate and in the g&lletiee, apologue.
A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
“I depire to sav, Mr. President,
Now that the dates for the va constitutional cure on the market. I which were thronged with people '
I have been very sorilv ani
rious conventions hate been an It is taken internally in doses from [ who had been attracted by the
tried. I was in attendance
nounced, the playing of the polit 10 drops to a tcaspoonful. It acl»i • pirited debate. Everybody was on the committee on Indian afiairs
ical game will increase in the in directly on the blood and mucous on his feet. Not a word, however, when I received a uieeeage from a
I Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pau ,
tensity of its excitement and acliy-: surfaces of the system. They oft'er was spoken. Senators stood about
< ent buMnaatcondue'ed for MoocAATE FEE*,
Continued on Second p»g*.
i O vr O ffice is O pposite U. S. P atent O ffice
ity. A general impression appar-^ one hundred dollars for any case it the chamber for the moment quits
t and wa tanw*< ura patent m ¡csa luno lUaa U mmc
remote h.-m Washington.
cntly prevails that the two storm fails to cure. .Send for circulars helpless and pale to the lips. Final
bend riodel, drawing nr phntO., tzith <Je«erffv
We advise, if patentaHa or not, free of
ly order was restored partially, and
centers will be Multnomah and and testimonials.
charge, Onr fee not
ot due till patent la
How to Obtain Patenta,
A P amphlet . “ Mow
Patents, ” with
Marion Counties. In the former, F. J. Cheney A Cc., props. Toledo, 0. in the midet of the intense excite
cost ol same in the V. S. and foreign country»/
ment the Senate w*nt into secret Thl» «k-nntnre is on «»«ry bsx ot tte conuio«
United State» Senator Joseph »Si Sold by Druggists. 75c.
session. Fur two hours laxative Bro»no'Qi!iniiic tinci »
J OPP. RArrriT Orrier. WAaNiNarofit. D. C. $
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