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I'lrsJ Ht'Hftlofi of Nig Flflyl'n,irlli
U1TLE LEIilSUTION THIS WEEK
HuiiKo Will Hlccl OIIIroiH and
jlk'ssngo IU'iul TucHiIny.
iti'.ni) itLicariii) si'iiakcu.
Washinoton, Dec. !!, Tlio llepub
licutib of tho Iioubo mot In ciuicua Hut.
urdny night uud unnnlmotittly noml-
nnted cx-Bpi-nker Tluiiuna B. ltucd, of
Mnluc, for Bpcnkcr of thoGItli cotiurcus.
This notion wns anticipated, for at no
tlinu had an cllort bcuu InaUgurnUd to
contest tils olcctlon. Tho Hon. Ga
luabu Grow, who woh epcuher of tlio
bouse lu I860, nominated Held in Cuu
otiB. Hu simply presontud Itoed'H
nnmo, nnd tlio nomlnittlon was mado
by a rising voto, nmld cliccre. Grow,
Cunnon nud Piiyno, oscortod Ilcud to
tlio ball, and, when tlio cheering,
which ((reeled hid iinnoarauco. had
subsided, ho made a brief speech ol
acceptance. Ho said:
"For tho honor you havo conferred
upon mo I tender you my Rlncere
thanks. I am, however, not In tho
least, liable to confound with my own
personality this tribute of your kind
uess, I had onco tho good fortune to
bo ho placed that 1 represented, as well
as I was able to, tho patriotic souso of
a grout party, aud It la to that patriotlo
boubu of our party that you tendor the
trlbuto of your matured, us well an
your temporary approval, Hiatory
will accord us praise for what we did
in tho 61st congress, aud it may accord
its praiso lu in this for whut wo do.
"Wo hayo unfortunately, n divided
government, which usually leads to
small results; but thoro is time when
icst is as houithgtviug us cxercleo, Wo
must not forgot that our llrst and
greatest duty is to do all wo can to re-
storo confidence to business, and tbut
wo must avoid all business legislation
except in tho direction of Improved
business, llatbor than run risks we
can uflord to wait untl woll dovcloped
plans give us nsBUranco of permanent
benefit. Urude and hasty legislation is
above all things to bo shunned.
"Could wo cause our immenco pop
ular majority to ovortlow into tho
bruuchoB of the government, and could
we havo full control, wo would create,
not a perfect world, perhaps, but a
world rather more fit to livo in than
wo have lately had. Even as things
are, I do not for a moment doubt that
our patriotlo Instincts will load us to
makeovery sacraflco except that ol
prluciplo to resouo our country from Us
"Not ouly havo wo been oleoted by
the overwhelming vote of the peoplo us
their servants, but us n member of u
hoiiBO of representatives, of which we
are tho majority, tho right to Initiate
taxation for the peoplo oy tho legisla
tion Is placed In our bauds as a sauted
trust, which we have no right to sur-
render, uud which ull parties, however
they dlller on other things, will as
"That wo shall bo ready at all times
to furnish adequate revenue for tho
government, according to oursensoof
purity, no man can doubt.
"This Ib tho great nation of this
hemisphere, and, while we hayo no de
sire to lnterforo with other nations, wo
shall maintain our position with firm
ness and self-respect, nud at tho same
time with careful consideration or faots,
and that conservatism of action, whloh
shall leavo no bad question to trouble
our future. In this I trust the whole
government and all Its branches will
bo in accord with each other and tho
When Beed had finished his speech
of acceptance, Foss, of Illinois, uud
niiboru, of California, each presented
him with a gavel. These ho accepted
with appropriate remarks, lu tho
course or which ho alluded to the fact
that ho had passed some years on tho
Paclflo coast as a young man. In
closing his remarks, Reed said:
"To ull the audience, I muBt add that
I cannot undertake to reconollotho
differences of these gentlemeu as to
their metallic vlewB-'1
The point In Reed's last remark was
the fact that Foss had mado an alluslou
to sound money, while Hllborn had
talked for free sllyer.
Continued on first pace.
County Wabiiantb. A warrant
for $15 was Issued In favor of Ernest
Bell for six coyotes; and to Justus
Coburn for 51.05 aud Emll Quast for
$1.30 for scalps of equlrrels. A warrant
for $18 was Issued to Matlon county's
runner fund for Rebecca Detrlch, who
desires to bo seHt to YreKo, Cl. The
cjunty court deemed It leBa expensive
to the" taxpajera to do this than to
continue to support her at their ex.
mow oniHiow omm,
M, At. Witlieflto won nl Albany
John .fours wnn nt Albany Tuesday.
Mrs, h, it, Bli'KO la n guest of liuf
sister In I'ottlntid for n tow dayn,
8. 1, Bliore, merchant of Bolt), was In
our oily Monday,
F. M, Miller wna nt Albany several
days this week.
T. M. Holt wna nt tend lug court nt
Albany moat of tho week
Mrs. II. F. Liticn, of Darry, spout
Thanksgiving ut tho old homo lu this
A donation parly was held at the
resldotico of Elder Campbell Tuesday
Mrs. Wm. 1'attorson and daughter,
of Alblna, nro guests of E, F. Manning
Wcdncsday.'.Nov. 27th JudgoJMagora
united lu marriage Chas. J. Clcmon
aon nud Mary E, Lucas
Mr. aud Mrs. H. C. Burns aud Mrs.
W. L. Warren reached homo from Ban
Francisco by Wednesday's morning
train, having bad a very pleasant time.
C. W. Powell and wlfo went to Port
land Wednesday, aud remained ovor
Thanksgiving visiting with relatives
Mrs. J. I. Jones went to Eugene Fri
Mr. Uhas. 8. Ingorock, of Portland,
spent Thanksglvlug with his uncle and
family, Mr. A. Todd.
James Bears lost n very ilno horso
Wednesday. He waa' working him in
u wagon, when in some way lie was
SMarrled by Rev.;0. H. Wallace at
theresidenco of tho bride's paronts,
November 20, Edgar Parsons and Miss
Allle MoDauial; also by tho same, at
tho bride's paronts Novombor 28, Bhor
man Morss and Miss Laura Boars.
Mr. G. H. Poltlnger, of Portland,
opontBunday with tho family of Mr.
W. M. EyanB.
Miss Bessie Evans, of Pacific univer
sity, spent Thanksgiving week at
Br. Herman Pauling, of Portland,
and J. II. Campbell, Esq., of Oregon
City, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chas, Pauling last week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bhlploy, of Ore
gon City, wero down last Bunday to
get acquainted with their now grand
sou who recontly arrived at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pollook.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis una Miss Vos
por, of Portland; Mr. L. a. Jackson
and Mr. L. Cuslok were guests of Mr.
and Mrs.Honry Gans'on Thanksgiving
Mrs. Conrad Moyor Is confined to the
houso with sickness.
J. H. Morolaud and family moved
this weak to near Ulllsboro.
Tnero sat down to a grand Thanks
glvlug dinner at Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J.
Russell's tho host nnd hoBtosa, Hon.
and Mrs. F. L.MIutlo, of Oswego; Mrs.
Fred Russell and sou Gus nud Miss
Ella 1 uesell, or Portlaud.
Mrs. Stuart .and son Earl, of Ban
Francisco, aro visiting tho former's
parents, Mr. and Airs. James ingio,
Mr. A. O. Jones, who has been con
fined to tho houso with illness, Is con
Robert Ray, who Is now with bla
fatber In tho mercbandlao business at
Woodburu. la In town visiting old
Mrs. F. A. Holm la lu Albany visit
Charlea Young was over from Balado
tho first of tho week.
Miss Ora Bpangler arrived Thursday
to spend Thanksgiving.
Mrs. M. Berry, of Lyons, la visiting
her daughter, Mrs. M. B. Mayo.
George Piper, a wbeol horse on the
roportorlal stall of the Portland Orogon
inn, came to Corvallls to givo nanus.
Ho returned home Saturdoy.
L. Berlin left Friday for California,
wimrn ho will sneud tho wlotor. Dur
ing his absonce, Mr, Berlin's house on
College hill: will be occuplod b rred
Yates and family.
Will Bloas expects to take a physical
examination for a commission as an
ntiiepr in the United Btatea army next
January, und that la why ho Is not
playing football this season.
Judgo Duncau wcut to Cotyallls Sat
urday Qn business,
Mr. E. W. Ln.don, cashier or tho
First National bank or Albany, spent
Thanksgiving In Eugene
Elijah Wills, or Syracuse preoinot,
and Arvllla Hwirt, were united in
marriage In Portlaud last Tuesday.
They have the best wishes or many.
HRev. B. V. Poling and faml'y
returned Friday from u visit with rela
tives in Iudepeudenco.
Children Cry for
Mr, Wm, Wcftlliorrohl, of EMtoru
i!,,., , ,.,.r.,i, ...!' ,ii. I
urrguri, is speiimiiK n iw unjn wnn
Ida brother, Hoi). J. JC Wrallnrfurd,
Holmol Muporliilciidoiit A, H, iltHii-
crfonl, ProfuMor Tyrro nud Mr.
Lrwiiunon, nro nllrndltig n dlfitrlol
lonelier liialllula nt ) Inrrlaburg,
Judge JJuiioftii returned Friday from
Mehnuifl, where lio lias boon to oxaitl
luo tho brldgo ncrocs the North Hnn
tlnin nt Hint plnco, built by LI nil nud
Mnrlon coiuitltn. Tho wind had
blowil down tho approach to tbo
bridge, fulfilling a cost tu rebuild from
$000 to $1000.
Mr. L, O. Btrnlton was lu Albany
If niiyono goes to tho opera houso to
night expecting to lirnr long winded
bunoombo speeches thty should bo dis
appointed. Tho question la can Balem
ralao tho $25,000 needed to build the
woolen mills twlco as largo as tho onca
that burned. Tho business men of tho
town, who llaye tho llio nnd welfare
and future development of tho com
munity at heart, aro going to be at tho
meeting nud It will bo monoy that will
MABEGTB BY TELEGRAPH.
Salem and Eastern Quotations Cor
OlllCAOO Nov. 20. Wheat. cashMWe. : Dee
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fltff xoiik, jMOY.w,--oiiyer, tujsc; jeaa, N.W.
SAN IFHANOIBOO MA11KKT.
BahIiKkampujco, Nov 29. Wheat, DVtt. ,
WdOl (Jreiron. choice. TldlOe: lnlurlnr. IStkrv
I'oUitoca-M to 10c nor sack'.frcron Uurtmnks
6538J por saok.
PoRTLAnij. Nov 29. Wheat valley S3
Klour Portland. K.OOi Benton countv. tl.CO:
grnbam, tl 'JO; suporflne, Si per bbl,
wuh vriiiiu. lommx uvJt ivt&tii roiiou, in
buen.lV&itVi.'n tiurrcls.l 16007.00; oasos,i.7i.
l-o ui toes Now Oregon, X&ibo por taox,
lUy-Unod, t5 50 por ton.
UllUtuns Uran, JU.&OaiUi ihorts, 12all3;
ohop teed, tl315.per ten: rye 7oo per o.
Hldos greeu, Railed, W lbs 8jo; under 00 lbs
7o sheep pelM. 10ja70c,
Hops New Ureson,i3aGc, according to qual-
Br Oregon fnnoy cronraory, 17K92Z0
dairy, 16l7Jc; fair to good, .la&glSo
Gheoso-Orcgon run cream, 80j.
Kgga Oregon, 33 pr dor,
2.60 per der: ducks
riOOOSiOi geese. t0,00(37.
UecfTopsuors,,43 3 o5 per lb: lal? to good
steers, 2a'J3-6c; cows, 2a3o; dressed Leof,
Mutton Best beef, Sl.7So2.O0; chotco ewes,
1,76; dressed, io,
llogs Choice, hoavy. t3,0a!l,60; light and
coders, SJ.23; dressed, iUn ft B.
Veal amall, choice, Ouito; large, 3alo 9 lb,
Wheat c ft bu. market firmer.
liar Ualed, cheat. SIOoS.eO: timothy. 160.
Flour. In wholesale lot. tXCO; retail, ISz.K0;
uraii. uuisiiu.w uicira, sii.w (buoria, IIUAW
VI. CO; chop feed, U.0Ual2.U0,
Live Cattle l?ia'2Uo.
Apples UOatoo on,
U gg 270.
Poultry Hens, Co; duois,0u7c.
Hops 2aSc; no market.
Wantkd. To exebaugo or Bell,
three or four ncrca opposite school
uouao. Will take small payment, and
remainder In work, Inqufro of J. C.
MoFurland at Clear Luke, six mlloa
north of city, or nddreaa .Balem.
Puodatb. Tho potltlon of F, Van
Do Banu for tho appointment of Dottle
Smith as guardian of the estate of Jene
Van Do Baan, a person of weak mind,
waa hoard and citation waa ordered to
issuo to tho latter lo uppear boforo the
court on Docomber 12th to show cause,
If any, why the prayer should not be
granted. The estate Is yaluod at $700.
Full Details Gladly Given.
A Railroad Official's Experience.
MR. EDWARD EDMONDS, long con
nected with railroad construction In
Nobraska,wrltest "My heart troubled
and pained mo for 19 years. Shortness of
breath was tho constant and most common
symptom. Intense, excruciating pain, gener
ally followed any se voro exertion. Valntness,
hunger without any appetite i fluttering that
made me clutch my breast, and palpitation
that often Btaggorcd me as It I would fall,
wore frequent attacks. Again, everything
would turn black If I arose from a stooping
posturo quickly. Sleoploss nights with tholr
Ttt Mil PC prostrating unrest wero
ill. milt numerous and I could
Heart ClirC cetnorcstdayornlgljt.
I consulted leading pby
ReStOreS slclani and tried adver-
llCUllU..M.t gave me no rollef. One of
Dr. Miles' circulars dcscrlbod my case so
exactly that I took Dr. Miles' Now Heart
Cure and I am now a well man. I hope
every one troubled with heart disease will
try Dr. Miles' remedies. If they will write
mo personally, X will gladly give them full
dotalU of my experience." Envr. Edmonds.
P. O. Box 63. David City. Nebraska.
Dr. Miles' Heart Ouro La sold on guarantee j
that first bottle benefits or money refunded.
w fc'MtiiwMlliiiUH,i mmum mi
llfii t fil
for Infanti and Chlldron.
HKUTT TrV otitorratlow nt
mlllloBs of persons, yenwltwa
It la wminestlowalilr th iml yewasly for In font nnd OhlMran
ilia worU Ki nrev fcswnu It Is liarmless. Chllilrnia llko IU It
arlvea kam health. It will sava tkalp lives. In It Mothers Iihto
omaUtleg wlilok 1 ausolntoly aaJo itnl praotloiJly perfect nn t
Caetorla Jaatraya Wormi.
Castorla allays FeyerltViiess.
Castorla provcati vomltlast Sour Oaril.
Castorla cores Plarrlieaa aaJ Wil Colic.
Castorla rallevaa Teething Troalilos.
Castorla cares Comtlpatlna aad Hataleaoy.
Oaatarla iHtrallaa tka eHVota of carfeoalo acid gaa or polsonoaa air,
Caatarla doea Hot ceatata morphlBC, oplnm, or other aarootlo property.
Castorla aisladlataa thai food, gegalatea tho atomaoh and howols,
gtvJBg ha althy aad aataral aleep.
Castorla la pnt ap la nas-rfw aottlea only. It la Mot aoW La tinlk.
Poa't aJlow aay oao to aell yoa aaythlHg olsw oa tho plea or promise
that It la "jaat aa good" and "tylll aararor ovary parpoaa."
Baa that yog pet C-A-S-T-0X-I-At
Children Cry for
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