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HQN. J. N. POLPH.
;am inosen 10 a oeai iu wo
Appointment of Standing
of Tbe House.
MONDAY AFTERNOON SESSION.
Senate met pursuant to adjourn
ment. President Simon annonuced that
the introduction of bills was in
The following bills were introduc
ed and passed to the second reading:
Watts No 64, To provido for thq
construction of a bridge across the
"Willamette river, between Marion
and Yamhill counties.
Watts 53, To boom and improve
Moore 60, To amend certain laws
of Oregon relative to legal heirs.
Moore 67, To amend Sec. 3101
Gen. Laws of Oregon.
Hilton 58, To amend Sec. 3351 of
Gen Laws of Oregon.
Cogswell 59, For a wagon road
from Paisley to state lino on
Hilton CO, For the protection of
Irvine 01, For the protection of
contractors and laborers on tho It. II.
Cogswell 02, For C. S. and It. S.
Moore to construct and keep a boom
on Link river.
Hamilton 03, To provido for a
wagon road from Heppner toMonu
ihcnt. Sinclair 04, To allow Coos coun
ty to construct and keep in repair
bridge in said county.
Sinclair 05, For the relief of J.
Hacker, for lands purchased from
tho state said lands not belonging
to tho state, for protection.
Italoy 00, To amend an act in
Cogswell 07, To amend laws reg
ulation irrigation ditches.
McKay 08, For tho protection of
Watklns 09, Forthe amendment
of the city charter of Tho Dalles.
Watkins 70, To amond The
Dalles' charter so it may dispose of
Cliamberlin 71, To estabish a
Hatch 72, To prevent cattle from
iunning at large iu ccitain counties.
Cogswell Introduced S. It. relating
to tho governor's message.
The following senate bills wero
read tho second tinio and referred to
S. B. No 1 To committeo on cor
porations. No 2 Judiciary.
" !! Agriculture.
" 4 Elections.
" 5 Corporations.
" 0 Claims.
" 7 Assessment.
" 8 Judiciary.
" 0 Counties.
" 11 Corporations.
" 12 Judiciary.
II l;j i ..
" 1 1 Corporations,
" 10 Ways and means.
" 17 Special committee- of wiim-
tors from Multnomah,
TIMJHIUV POKNOON 8HS6ION
Soitato called to order at 10 o'clock
a. in. President Simon in tho chair.
Prayer by llev. Paiker of liulo
pundunoo. Journal of yontonlay road and ap
proved. Upon motion of Steel of Multno
nmh moved tint t thosvnnto piooeud
to a vote for United States Senater:
IJurln, after a not and' appropri
ate opooch put lion. J. N. Dolpli in
Wager, after an oqiml flowery
otlbrt, Sylvester Pemioyw, tw the
Tho ballot bohijf taken: rwultetl
J. N. Dolph Darin, Carson,
Chamberliu, Dawson, Dlniluk, 12a-
Iriii, KiiHerton, Gray, lluleh, Hilton
liootiey, Maekay, Monro, Norval,
Sinclair, Steel, Tuiiguu, Walt, Wat
kin, Watts, Mr. President 21.
Sylvester lVnno.vor Cautliorn,
Chnnilkr, Cogswell, Hamilton, li
ving Haley, Stanley, Veatoh,
Tho president announced that tho
Hon. J. N. DolpU was the uhoiee (if
thu Miiato for U. S. Senator tor the
ensuing six yours.
A ootinnunleaUoii from John Mill
lau Murray, for claim against tint
state. Upon motion, the matter
was rufarrwl to the uunnnUtuo on
The usual order of business, the
8. U. aevond reading of bill wen.1
Tho lollowlug bills wero then read
and referred to tho following com
S. B. 19 Elections.
" 21 Commerce.
" 22 Agriculture.
" 23 Assessments.
" 24 Judiciary
i 25 " "
" 20 Commerce.
" 27 Education.
" 28 Public Buildings.
" 29 Judiciary.
" 30 Counties,
it 31 ii ii
A memorial from the House re
questing more appropriations for
General Surveys in Oregon.
Referred to Federal Relations.
" 32 Education.
" 33 Roads and Highways.
" 34: Read 3rd time and passed.
" 35 Corporation.
" 30 Referred to a special com
mitteo of the senators of Multno
Adjourned till 2 o'clock p. m.
MONDAY AFTEKNOON'S SESSION.
Upon re-assembling at 2 o'clock,
Speaker Smith gave his appoint
ments of standing committees as
Elections Williamson, Jennings,
Fell, Pope, Price.
Ways and Means Apperson, Ear
Education Bluudell, Armstrong,
Judiciary Harrington, Waldo,
Bean, Condon, Bowdltch.
Claims Gilbert, Goodnough, Jen
nings. Military Affairs Ladd, Northup,
Miller of Jackson.
Roads and Highways Paulsen,
Engrossed Bills Roberts, Har
Enrolled Bills Condon, Roe,
Indian Affairs Bean, Moore,
Printing Crook, Hume, Miller,
Corporations Laughlin, North
Commerce Thompson, Parker,
Short, Thomas, Morelock.
Counties Crosno, Weed, Laugh
lin, Bluudell Moss.
Federal Relations Parker, Bow-
Mining Haskell, Howard, Price.
Public Lands Glllham, Dicker,
Internal Improvements Stafford,
Fisher, of Polk, and Halin.
Public Buildings Geer, Earhait,
Agriculture Powell, Rjc, and
Alcoholic Truffle Layman, Fish-
Dolph had received the majority of
the votes cast, and commanded the
samo to bo registered.
The "nine democrats" It Will be
seen voted for Sylvester Pennoyer,
and Williams receiving two votes
from the republicans; Stafford and
Jennings voting for him. Mr. Wal
do voting for Thomas Condon.
Introduction of Bills:
H. B. 110 Hume, to amend sec.
101 of tho laws of Oregon.
H. B. 117 Jennings, to amend
sec. 2795, title 0.
H. B. 118 Moore, to increase the
salary of the officers of Lake county.
H. B. 119 Moore, regulating the
grazlngof sheep, and to amend sec.
33,53 of the MIscel. laws of Oregon.
H. B. 120 Fell, to increase the
wagon roads in Umatilla and Grant
H. B. 121 Williams, concerning
the grazing of sheep on land with
H. B. 122 Haskell, to amend sec.
3423 of the Miscel. laws of Oregon.
H. B. 128 Gambee, regular rate
of interest to 8 per cent as a state
law and to make rates of interest by
contract to any amt. good.
H. B. 124 Napton, to change the
name of Bullier Creek in Malheur
H. B. 125 Regulating tho rate3;of
toll on the river bridge between
Portland and E. Portland to 30 cts.
per ton on same.
H. B. 120 Layman, to incorpor
ate the town of Woodburn.
II. B. 127 Layman, on tho adul
teration of food, drugs, seeds, etc.
II. B. 128 Gambee, regulating
assessment and taxation.
H. B. 129 Armstrong, to amend
school laws object 5 month school.
At tliis point the speaker ordered
the sergeant at arms to stop the
noise made in tho house by persons
H. B. 130 Price, regulating the
real estate laws.
H. B. 131 Belknap, to amend
the laws relating to Supt. of Public
Instructions and Supt. of schools in
regard to text books.
Adjourned at 11:45 a.m. until 2
CAPITAL PARK All
or, of Multnomah, and Dei by.
Railways and Transportation
Mnxw ell, Strowbridge, McCoy, Wil
hon, and Miller, of Linn.
Assessment and taxation Waldo,
WilliaiiHon, Pacquet, Belknap, and
Adjoin ned till 11 o'clock to-mor
TUESDAY POKKXOON SESSION.
Humo of Multnomah was excused
on account of sickness.
Introduction of Bills,
If. R. No. 14. -Smith appoints
two special committees. On text
books; Rluudull, Crosno and Gam
bee. Concerning the Governor's
message on IMiury question; Pac
q'uot, t'jikor and Cook.
Jl. M. No. 4. Dicker, asking Con
givbs to appiopilato money enough
to Mulsh tho survey of theuiibiirvoy
od land of Oregon.
Petition Ewnlng Star Grange
No. 27. Poitland, concerning road
U. 1), HI Thompson, iu relation
to mineral waters uod for medidnrl
II. D. No..ll2.-.Thunip3on, a law
prohibiting any one Jo destroy or
offer for wile certain birds or their
II. B. 118. JonnliiBe, nueulatinsr
the pnioUco of nuxllolne hi Qregon.
II. B. 111. Mlkoullaiieouc laws of
11. D. 116. Condon, To incorjwr
aitHhu city of Eugene.
Voting for U. S. Senator.
Motion was made by A. II. Crook
of Coos that the house proceed to
ballot for U. S. S. the laws read oon
ueculug the law Iu regard to vutlug
Air same being read, the speaker call
ed a vote of the house.
Mr. Appeou gaiiuMlthe tloorand
paid tribute to Senator Dolph iu a
few well chosen words at tho close
of which he announced his vote for
J. N. Dolph. The rem It of the 1st
ballot was J. N. Dolph 10. S, Penn
oyer . Geo. 11. Williams 2. Tho.
Condor 1. Cornelius 1. Absent 1.
A McMiunvillo man, according to
the Telephone, recently was so for
tuuato as to have been tho discoverer
of a largo quautity of Ambergris.
This ambergris which commands a
high price for perfumery and is
prized iu the cast iu medicine and
as a llavor iu cookery, was once ab
surdly guessed to bo hardened foam
of tho sea, or fungoid growth in tho
ocean, but is now known to be a sec
retion of tho liver of the spermaceti
whale, and is evidently a product of
some disease in the animal. It is a
soft fatty substance of variegated
gray or blackish color, and emits an
agreeable odor when l ubbed or heat
ed. It is principally found iloating
on tho seas of warm climate-, though
it is also obtained fiom the intestines
of whales. Tho largest known piece
weighed 182 pounds, and was bought
from tho king of Tydore by tho
Dutch East India Company. A
picco weighing 130 pounds was
found in a whale near tho Wind
ward Islands, and sold fur jMOOstor-liug.
Painless dental operations at
Dr. T. C. Smith, 92 State street, tf.
Geo. E. Good, tho druggist, was
in Portland yesterday, on business.
Subject at Unitarian church
next Sunday evening will be Mor
ality and Religion.
- The funeral of Albert Fred
Kirnoccurson Wednesday at 2 p. m.,
from tho family residence.
Katie Putnam Friday night and
Josef Heine Saturday night. These
are tho attractions at tho opera
Quite a number of young men
seeking clerkships at the state house,
are going away saying, "I knew I
wouldn't get a position."
George Collins has already con
tracted for burning 2,000,000 brick
next spring, to be used in tho con
struction of Salem buildings.
I. A. Manning has beenappoint-
ed loca agent of the Salem branch
of the American Building and Loan
association of Minneapolis. Those
wishing to purchase shares will see
Fred Rice and Wm. Signal, who
have been running a blacksmith
shop at Butteville, have sold out
there, and intend to locate in Salem
as soon as they can secure a suitable
place. Mr. Rice was formerly in
You will at all times And a fresh
and nice line of choice, seasonable
family, and fancy groceries at tbe
old reliable and well-known grocery
house of Soulre Farrar & Co. De
livered free to any part of the city.
Prices always reasonable and goods
first class. tf
W. P. Williams, the steno
grapher, is prepared to do any work
in his Hue on short order. If you
are very busy better have him at
tend to your correspondence, etc.;
by dictating your letters, bills,
pleadings, or briefs, you can savo
four-fifths of the time, besides the
drudgery of long-hand writing. 317
Commercial St. Orders may bo left
at State Library.
' i i7V
FINEST ADDITION TO THE CITY
"Wide Avenues, Beautiful Lay of land, Full lots
Magnificent Yiow, and Perfect Drainage. '
Corner Lots Only
Inside Lots Only
These are positively the best lots for the money that can be boucLt j
joining me ony minis, j-jiu uuui uus uueu piaiteu ana tnero
choice lots. Anticipate tho coming boom with a
By Buying Lots In The
CAPITAL PARK ADDITION
Voi'c U.iiln. Intensions.
At n meeting of the directors of
thoSu'em Street Railway Co. last
night it was decided to o..tcnd the
lino from t'.ie raoj on Commerce!
street, acrojs Mill Cnek and into
North Salem. Surtlcont induce
ments In thu way of a subsidy have
been nindo and the extension of the
line w hi f.illow at an airly day.
ttlieie Is lltf
Nowspaiwr Send-offs" are not
uiifriKiiently a little overdone. Thjp
MoMinnvillo Reporter, iu upeaXtuf
of u man rocemly murnod iheiv, a,vs
"he Is without a eer iu a'll the
qimlitteb Unit constitute a t.uw nun. '
All of which makes us d.nT our fiat
to the wonderAil man.
lliurniu Was HllllHif.
A nmniavo Urens was this mom-
ing Issued to Philip Uilham, aged
20, and Miss Doborth'llhjglns, aged
!ii, Tho rather gtveu his written uon
aunt to the union and Philip takes
unto himself an older bride.
Considerable interest is being
manifested by our nmusement goers
relative to Katie Putnam's farewell
engagement in Salem. Miss Put
nam has visited ourclty a number of
times and has always met with a
good house and coraial reception.
During this, her last visit, will be
produced her new play, "Dad's Girl"
No better proof of tho popularity of
Miss Putnam than to quote the fol
lowing opinion of New York's best
critic, William Winter:
Miss Putnam revealed a sensibili
ty and personal worth that attracted
regard. She is intelligent, forcible,
agile, frolicsome and bizarre; nud
these qualities, shining through, an
active physiqucandvinuch technical
proficiency, mako her an effective
actiess. Miss Putnam's grace is a
certain infantllo tenderness in qual
ity of voice. Her most effective
talent is proficiency in mischelvous
pranks. With this she pleased her
audioncj, and to this she added
clevcruesi aud art iu vocall&m.
EX H. BELLINGER
Tliey Also Have a
large list of real estate
Not advertised, which they offer at the very lowest prices, and invite
every one having property for sale and all
Office in Armory Building, State St,
ESTABLISHED BY NATIONAL AUTHORITY
H Cauuat ilu Hftter
Thau call at the Grunge Store, 480
StMte street, if you want m stood Ui
or miyUiing else iu tho grwary
line, Don't full to look at the WI(tQ
Chub Bxtmote, the bet in the mar
X JMNUutltU Hint.
Genuine new buckwheat Hour,
Hd flue Hrttele of table yrun, at
tho Gntuge store, 18 State strtft
A PMH ID h iMOk often lewd to MM
l4kB4 dlMJiuwo that ar lnoM IneutiMe
ONfiMi kUtaoy To uunw the Owl mut m
vata Ui latter. It to purely vmMiU7lAmi
Strid U? U. W iUtlifiw Jt CO.
Subscriptions arc out to got a new
The postoflleo fight here is getting
red hot and is still heating.
Every building in Silverton is
now occupied anil more room is
Silverton i going to builda school
house ni'Xt spring to be occupied by
n graded bohool.
There will be a school entertain
ment given by Prof. Arnold assisted
by tho pupils on February 22nd.
Tho l"inbvr is on the ground for a
sjwh aud ihwv factory. Some por
Bous recently from Michigan are the
O. G. Spares, one of the rtUifrau
ouUfd voter iu the recent eity olee-
tiou will shortly bring suit agultwt
two of the judges.
The only guaranteed cure for
catarrh, cold iu tho head, hay fever,
rose ooltl, catarrhal tlenrneas ami
sore oyes. Restore the Mnae of taate
and unpleasant breathing, resulting
awn unmuii. -ucupj nnu iibri.i iw
Ute. Follow directions and a cure
la warranted, by all druggists. Send
tor circular to Abktlue Medical Co.,
Oroville, Cal. Six mouths tront
ment fl: sent hv mall 11:10. For
sale by D. W. Mathews A Co.
Mrj4 or stolen
From corner of Chemekete ami
Capital street Sunday night, a bob
tailed bortel mare lxuiy, l.S hands
high, one w hite ktoekmg hind leg,
one white sock font-leg, white stripe
on face Finder will be liberally re
warded on return of animal to Win.
N. Ladue, Fitt Nutioual Rank.
Capital Paid up,
Surplus, - -
- - $75,000
- - 10,000
It. S. WALLACE, - - President.
W. W. MAKTIN, - Vice-President.
J. II. ALBEKT, h - - - Cashier.
T. Gray, "W. "W. Mnrtin,
J. M. Mnrtin, R. S. Wnllace.
Dr. V. A.Cusick. J. II. Albeit,
T. MoF. Pntton.
17 rooms over White Corner. Office hoes
31. KEENE, D. D.S.DFJiTU
8 a. m. to 5 p. m,
PHYSICIAN. MKB. DR. M. E. McOOI
physician and surgeon, has locatd
and taken rooms 0 and 7 at Sirs. Sargeanli
in tho opera house. Chronic diseases
specialty. Consultation free. 12-21dt
DR. MASON, DENTIST, SUC
cessor to Dr. J. C. Byrd.
To larmers on wheat and other market-
consigned or m st
nblo produce, consigned or m store,
eiiuer in i
Stato and County Warrants Bought at Par.
' COMMERCIAL PAPER
discounted at reasonnblo rates. Dnilts
drawn direct on New York, Chlougo, San
Francisco, Portland, London, Paris, iieillu,
Hong Kong aud Calcutta.
W1I. N. lVDL'B, Pieldent.
DK. J. RBYNOIjUS, - Vice Prartdent.
JOHN JIOIR, Cushlor.
JCxouanae on Portland, &M) Vai
Nr Yorjfc. London and Kong
bought ami told. State, County an
warranU boucht. Farmers an Mr
Invited to deposit und tmnwot buslueu
with ui. Liberal a.'tvanoe mads on
wheat, wool, hopa -mrt other prupertyat
reaaonHtue rtt. Iaminuioe on uoh,W
ourity uin be ubtuuiad at the banktu
iiiimI rolluble oompanleu.
H ivtnt opened a t.iudloRt room 6, Flnrt
Nattouulbauk bolldins, Clyd Coolw ic
piviMifd to receive orders for portrait
uud landsKipe work in oil and water
colon, liraaed olasM wUl aUo be loruietl
for the Instraetton In Ave brinche.
Special attentlou given to deiilgulnf and
engrHYtngon xo4. d-tf.
Call and S-
Mate Insurance Uulldlnc, Cor. in-
s ro.iular Job Printer,
HIS NEW QUARTKRB IN THE
merctel and chemekete streets. 'Oltt
DAVID T. WILLIAMS,
P. S. Orders hv postal card prompt
ly attended to. Clothes called for
ADVANTAGES OF STEAM LAl NDM
1. It does Its work thoroughly, howeva
2. It dooa IU work promptly, as It u i
n. ituuut iin j.v ..... ..
Jurlng the clothes, by nn,",il'
una tear, nor uy 111c u-u u w"
llH'l!- ... ...w. o
i, iis ciiurg aie iihim n --
siueiing tne quality oi iu i'
A MAN OF
TWENTY YEARS' EXPtRltNbC
Ayd supplied with "lib
Kii-st Class Goods
PANTS aor.) ,
v.;,t pa mass
State IiiBiiivtnoe Ce' .
can olotho you and. ft
nil tho naoessary aa i
applianoes to rlda, wal
i. C. H0GAK.
It is '
t uetui i-
all who J
lururio or i
eat, fish, hunt. work. cn
or stay at home, and to , various
etyies and quantities. IZSrhtUii
what is required to do all .0
COMFORTABLY, and you
eatimsto of the value of the uu ,
OUXDE, which. wU bo f80,
receipt of 10 cents w P lTrk
MONTGOMERY WARD &Cg
111-114 Michigan ATenac Cwoas"'
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