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   Morning Oregonian (Newspaper) - May 27, 1886, Portland, Oregon                               a matte "i-rVj: n.r', "l forks and, fit wcinc nt j lower than snrnE- clissi krL bopnd to clear t-c'.iiss nori i will do it, Twenty-Second aisI DO., pro j A Mnlllturlc cf Ailments. iei Congress, I I .affiiN ._ >r at ffEBB For State Printer, SetwtUT ot iw IreaJorer, i j.... L-aiatilia An Interesting Discussion of the Question. INGALLS bffQSES THE MEASURE. A Bill by Sonptdr 3eUtlag the BeeitJ it Calls oc the Washington DISTRICT. Ptfrtlanilj wotiaS Attorn ?y, Portland! ;J T Bclf.UE. c II., .m Macliinc- of cU kloflj. 33 NOS. 500.210, ,'u f J i PORTLAND. OREGON' ?3 0 LS COUNTY TICKET, j i Sfrtr Wlachinery, J. B. KELLY i "THE VfniHWJ BEAT OVERLAND BOOH, r ?aciic Line to ft the Rat tb.rM PAl L and E NOBTHEENpACIFIC Potlmui Palaae Slmdnc Ulmnt Can (maauiux gleeccn (trtoot tim O To Tlio K T. HUUHUS1 J. B. KELLY JACOJ JOHNSON SIDNEY DELL B. KILLEN A. S. BENNETT D. W. TAYLOR ....JOHN CATLINi I GEOBGE W. SHAVER1 JR. ALBEBT T. SMITH ......A. EGBERTS -JOHN COSTELLO N.a OOVBi .GD8TA.F WILSON' For Justice. MM-togoe, Atonzo Gates; COD-' SPEirtlNG.. 8M THAT YODB northern PmcLito a. a, chano On Democratic parry will address reqa A-t oppos- va POrtlmnd M 8 F. ]L OUST, ftixlre M >u> or pun M ruxmTlomth aw. In laara rront And e OAUr MllAIA. KiMdn Pont soono. fKE. ..........Tbnradar, 4 p MI Krwiy. as, a A. Sr  opertte.] 10R IRJtlUATINO and best and ranrhrieo. As wa er conductor without pi-fissure our p pe wltUont hRndlngcJifrDlsbcd read? to d ive to- St-Lher, IB the cheapest at d pipe In tie mar tet. AS A PIPE for It liafl no rqiiaJ; aa a p impine column lit- 6' istlclt.5 Binder heavy "W'p roake tb R pipe (when required) toBt-iBd a bead of JiXo feet, rr i50 pounds to tiie aqua re Inch. Us durabtEltv taan estab1 hbed Wood pipe IB known th be peifeetly pound ard fresh1 aiter tiding In service76years, fl'beaverse sun-ice of caat-Iron in f? yef i-O RTIiEKT jlYDRANTS, Wc.ler Oatt-.i ana all other api linnrca to complete a Qnet-r EUB water Hya- lem in hand. Cc-rreapon lence nolle' "tSenl for price Int and THE PLJGET SOUND IT. Turhisli, Bissiari, ami Brths. This Institution In lii al iU dcpartmenta, convenlfutly lociited. and fcviT >rt ii inaili; to iflve It tho jr. diet, ajifl ifoasof a Jlonto. Is nia to t realm jut if anrt O'DtAstlttitioyal by Kleatr c aiiU Inhala- of OXVOtN GAS now rjecngi IZBL. Mmowauc- t-sifiil leijiletlles for ni. Neuralgia. Halariat Asth-rQa. and 1 the Jxujre, Kinoeys, }'ilvate T.ooina arc i for pat ents dftslrlnff imtipt other Hum the bo: pi al 13 aud e wlahlOKto take coarse of .Electric or Tnrk- li liathn or tisycen fiss, The elegantly fltf d up an t are acprect- etl both a and 2 lus.iry, especlallj- by fluHt lug from ajd otber Malarial are conlla ly 14 vUltanrt Inspect ,iu 'i H )8. WOOD, T Mfln.'igfcr Portl'ind Hospital Uo. Jonjcjuors Ufsallng aiala Destroys Morbid A-jpeti KLIs aialarla. A Morbid A-jpetite [or Stimjlanta. bj- Eemoeing Health and Happiness. For si le by all iDrusBiHts a nil Wine Mer- CflAS. KOHN Age its, Front st., Or. AGO., Tietwit ....J I uocu-vo.. T LT'TLlJE'S PATENT FLUID 1 E: OFKKRS Tl K rKADIE Baker's AA Cabtor Oil, Cold Pressed Castor Oil. Castor Ma- chine, Extra Winter fctrairied Lard Oi Extra No. 1 Lard Oil, Heavy Harvesting Mach ie Oi j Mineral ILard Oil. Columbia Oil, Phcsnix Golden-rVaoNne oil. Extra Heavy Spindle Oil, XX Journal Oil, Pure West Virginia Oil (J5 cold Extra Skids- gate (Oil, Re'inec Dogfish Oil, Phrenix Cylinder O I, etc. OUfi OILS W3 CHARlNTEE To tbe Trade, and cnn be roturniwl OUR KXPKJSaE not We carry the- ..arrest Stock of LTJBJilCATilNG D M on the Pacific Coast IfOK IN 1XVTS TJ SUlf BY KELLY, co., PHCEN WOFKS, CATJTLE WASH. with ColU AVater. JAKES LAIDLAW CO., Front Portland, Or., SKNATK'j V-ifiHi.wiTN, r roitinomo-nin? pnceedw to consideration o! jnvatq uills on calendar At" o'tloci Bankrupt y bill was njaoed l-ei iire tho i- t iil laviuR cen read tinonifb. thrt be teij Isid nXHi in order late up Ae bill l n.vidlni; for laxa- tirn of is Iroad :grant lands. This having been apntwl U> the laiter bB. wan Uksn up b air ofiered tiBindmett, to which Van- Hi   Held, and anrther 1 wnifliof tlifse hail ilw' iidoptpt l.y thd K Sherman, replied thbt interpretatk j or wo nnn wou e allilnuslHgwit jauiane men SI -ruian .tlfcught har enough 01 d amend. tUla bill, he aaiii would uaVs KM n-garced iis a blotch on onr leir- aimed at bfcamie were and beaiase to a obtain ,race, which (raa .tthe fundauieotnl prlndplw of thi r-rr, labor VTK honorablwtod Hat to cteuriinlnatioi shloold ie made lust ;ii 1-1 on acw.ucfftf lit tiere bi-iT.-k'eu lliB twoipf lillca) part) is for the of ibf ad ic thbi would be re- rith i 11 ifui. uw ouoimn OL Ills !ian i without op (wstinns tha-had The matter d. to "knhrb' Sbmtau con d n'il but wouliilbot yhimj ttoewbr, had vrf tched Ibe en JS6 of a airs on die Faclfic coaul Sherman sild mm come to the nion thai it wan teet and pistrt ror ns not to, oar doore o a ryes Khnlly d flerent from odraeiwe in cliar1 cterlstlc of clrii atlpn. He did noKMnk It w s czacJy a iiuestlon ol isaoreing ounold and regarding Immigrtekon, wfr would M be cove ed jyTbH bJl lad SougJ, and SieV- 00117 ittnuoinrTT ivr'trro-wtAniwi Jean laUon. N os? PERFECT EMADE Vlth repanJ to ticajtb. Ai.-iumiiiii, lilrao or Aliuu. riltCE'. BAKING PQVIDEK CO i ST. Bleeding from Lungs, Kcwe, or' from -any cause is epeedily can. ibd Btopped. ires, JJcers, Wounds, Sprains and Bruises. It ifliCQQtirigi cleansing and HenHng. 11t la moat efficacious for this dla- ji 'ease. C-oM in tlie Onr "Cutarrh la specially prepared to meet seriouB cases. Our Na- sal S> i ioge io eimplo and lueipeusive. Neuralcia. Ko pthilr preparation 'has curei. mora easel of these distressing complaints than tbe Kltrmct. Our Planter it iDvalu- clieae diaoasue, Lumbago, Palufllal Baclj or BlOo, I. Dbh Sore tlxtract promptly. Delay ia dan- gexotis. "Oi Blind, Bleeding or Itching., It I Cat Sa 0 egreatoffc known remedy rapidly ciiring wjiau other inqdicinea have failed. OurVintnaent is of great service when thfiiemovalof 7ar Ere ken Breast and Sore Nnples. fiSFtzS us ad Th B Extract will never be without It. Oar b tho best emollient tbat cnii applied. "jnlTS female d seaseg tio Extract can be usnd, nslalwel. known, witli tbo greatestfbt-uolii. Full dirtcLioub a-jcompaiiy each botiio. CAUTION. nd's Extract Ss tlia iporda Pond's Em-act" blown in Olid our picture trodo-maik cm surroiiudifin bufl wrapper. Nonu ullior la Take UQ -other in is ficvcr su.'d in liuik, or by meajun'. d evjcrywHere, Prices, 5Oc, 81.75. 'repjj-ra only Ijy POND'S EXTRACT CO., [NEW. YORK J.KD JETfafJry Lie IFar that hoe oatau Traveller. In! alls opposed ue bill. He criticised tlie niani er in which i hai: been t-kun up, atih >ed In th i cretlee uf time, !a id attempted to be ra tbrncKb thfs The seutor Irom naid, bad accused the from oj inlgh :terontry, ntl- matil g tbat hj was Don propoelu to fight a windmil. Purhape ibe senator r om Ohio hioi ilLgalla) a Sancho Paaza. [Laui'htBr.) He uiainta led that 'tie bill waa a dJsgraoe toM ruericfu civ za- tlon. I Teller in sonje cnmiuenta on tngallB' re- marha, havwg a Intgiuc allude- to that eenitor cs "tae wnatoti Irum Nabras' iDKBlla imitated. "1 repreBtut the KauiiB, which Ilia BO'itli Of Kettaaka." ter.] btiig rflslocatwu] this way." [jlenewud laujjhtnr. I Teller said he i would tndeaior to 'lo- cate the eunator certeily.' Benator, added Teller, [as, as 14 Ue way iui the a method of clash nc abou. lhat ut.meUmi-s it Is dlrHct i. to locate tlm." ILaugLiter.j Teller paid rf ibe ae'aator from Kansas supposed hat the x-jvocatra of this till were afraid to it he d d not understand tbe r temper. fThe bill was no cut-race lo Amei can cirilizal'oui Ever.' on ea--tti recogBiasd Us which vas to exclude such as the, >eo- pie Iwllftved InjurioiiB to the Wf .fare of na- 'was to ie compelled lojsompetewitL 009 of Af la ice, who coul 1 be lanilml oa our shares We E.N told i .iat of humajiily demandel tbe Ldmission I ere of ihe Cbineee; tbat tLe cause of rt quired tbat our. oivi. [laborers sbruld starve In order'-to make roqjij for men nhei uaJ would have f either homes nor wiven nor children. Hie Klor} jud stnmtttJi of our republio wej-eile men wUo labcred. Teller deniea that iiie was less loyal to llbe great pnacl- pies of freedom thfj] tbe seu4 f rom Maaaa- chUEettb or Ihe Bcruatcr from Kopsaa Sberman that he cabled up the bill becauBe it to have it passed aa IOOQ as pfiBsible. He belitwd it wcild'get the tap- poit (if uinq-lenths of the Copsilerationi of tie bill was pontponed lo a tutuie cay, and senate adjoorne j. HOUSE. M'ASI Ma; Itt.-r-Tbb free ship bill leiriif the ai.ecial order for the day, but ib3 friends beiiip t-eeirodj of Eg way for the oleomargarine I ill, -11 order wis mado a con- tiiiutHB one. and the'oraier will be called up aMLe earlleet opportunity. liluuit, ot Oeorgla, reported that' tbe con- fortes -on ttie pimuilfce appro crlation bill had betn jut able to agree, and a further was ori.en'd. Alicr a lew parliamentary akirmlahes the liouw vent inl6 coinnHttee ol tte whole om the olcoBiargar ne bill, and general lebate upon the meanuf) btingi Hatch, of Bissourt. In ejiearfingto a formal auionilni >nt, sent to the cierkls desl: and hac 'the following tele- greini received .by biro from Chicago: "A pro- test If pevetal fruuibsm of the Chliago hoani of tirade, agaijBt the directors favcrtng IxiKCfl luttejr uai ed youbfltiight More to f  BROS.. ijfi.i, n riiic jx- Ml. i.f .1.- iflt'Mt. Ad NOTES. si- iNdTONj 'May ell introdueed a bill )-L ay ibr relief of tbe legal representatives uf J ,hu Wigliman. Seiator 1'olpli introduced a bill for relief of. tbe jpiia of (ieorse y.. Hammer. {'cBgreseioan Heimannj presented memorials to-day Trout of'tit ijirand Arity of Ibe "jfepublis in Oregon the passage of; tbe Weaver bill This MI] provides for paylug non-' coin diigsioD ed oificera and [.ri-rate soldiers; and caikrs the c iHerence between .tl eva ue iu backF, in winch tbe; were paid, and coin at different da.es (if payment: AJfi) a petition from sold fra in Oregon for the puwape of the law recoum ended by tbn iecsion ccmmitteeof tbe natii-aa: t-LCampnieut jf the Jruid Army oj tba Bt-publfc. iKclrc-N, Slay Ldmunde re- "iivcrably from committet on loietgn reliitioae, Senptor Morfc-an's bill directr ing tht- to bring suit lathe court of ibe cf ColuTibia egaiuslBeniaiim or bu agal repreeBata- or -.o determiae whether the awaji madsbj the United Maxicao 'a.mi oomiilpsion in rtBpect tie claim was bp fraud, and to recover any part ot r> pay! lr> cTnhiiwls. It propldea IT HIP :ivtrnl nMaber throncb Irand ictease the I of Mexico from furt ier payment lo .be ujrtent that the same la declared trauduleil and to reiuri to Mexico any ifaonsy that may be i aud that rDmainirjf in custody of the "-t, Dot t.lstributed. It IiroliiSiis tht seci-tHauof stati, during pendency of Uietouit, irom Bialuig any paymerTi Uali subiuitted a prcpnsed ameoil- mei to agricultural aptropfiation bill, re- all n athineiy purchased puiler Jie pic- the bill to builUvitbln tbe UnW wiollj-cfi domestic materluli and  to partic nate In decoration ot the graves of eoltiiers who fell during tlie rebellion. KKSH ENCK BOBBBJ. Miy Senator Dolph's resl- 
                            

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