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About The east Oregonian. (Pendleton, Umatilla County, Or.) 1875-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1877)
BATURDAY .MAY 12, 1677
1 Tui.. .S3 i 1 Uoxts. . . .l SO
Tkc subscription price to the East Onu.
- boman Las been reduced to Three Dol
Ears a year wben paid in admnet. This
tep lias been taken after niucb thought on
the subject; and it is hoped that the con
tension arrived at will work to the adran.
Xagc or both patron and publisher. Those
who bare berctorore declined to subscribe
for this paper on account of the rates, now
bare an opportunity to prove the honesty
of -their expressions by subscribing, or the
falsity of their pretentions by still reading
the paicr for which somebody else bas sub
scribed and paid for. Remember, that the
payment of $3 in cash or acceptable pro.
duce in advance secures the East Okeoo
max one year; if not paid in advance, 4
will be charged.
A telegraph line from Walla Walla to
Dayton is assured.
J. 1L Gale, formerly of Pendleton, is con.
ncctcd with the Dayton News.
Gner& Kellogg now run a line of stages
from Ft. Sumler.Bakcrcounty.totheGran
lie creek mines.
The president bas issued bis proclama
tion convening Congress in extra session
on the 15th dar of October next.
George J. Buvs bas sold the Eugene
Guard newspaper to Wm. Alexander. The
former goes to the Polouse country.
The Teller informs us that at Lewiston
wheat is worth 92" cents per basbel; flour
per Lbl. at wholsalc and $7 at retail.
H. K. S Meyers, who suicided in Walla
Walla last week with prus&ic acid, at one
time was a prominent cheese tnakrr is this
A man named Riggs, while chopping
wood, near Dallas, last week, cut off a great
toe. The member was lost and could no:
W. IL Odcll is sew the owner and editor
of the Salem Statesman. We hope the
blackguardism of that journal wiH now be
J. C Hutcbingson's sons and nephews
are about to drive a band of cattle from
Douglas county to Eastern Oregon, to be
sold for the Chicago market.
Wab 2nws. A great war Las been
fought between the Turks and Russians;
the latter were -victorious and took 17.003
prisoners. Tbe Russian troops numbered
John A-Fsull, a prominent mining en
gineer from San Francisco, is superintend,
ing tbe improvements to be made at the
Connor creek mine, Baker county, owned
by S. G. Reed.
Three thousand and six hundred Sioux
all told bare surrendered to Gen. Crook. It
is thought peace is permanent with those
Indians that bare surrendered. Sluing
Bull and bis warriors is next in order of
capture and may that occur soon.
James 31. Pinner, the defaulting Nary
.Pay Inspector's clerk, bas returned to San
Francisco and will expose great land grab
bing operations, mining peculations, polit
ical corruption and general rascality. Tbe
affair creates the greatest sensation.
Last month 2.C23 bona fne immigrants
landed at Astoria, by stmmers, about 1,700
of whom proceeded inland in search of
homo. 3Iost of them are coming with
cash and expect to stay. The cry is "still
they come" and there yet is room says the
Ex-Gorenor Abernelhy died suddenly of
chronic disease of the heart last week. He
was 70 years of age. He came to this
country 37 years ego this month. He was
chosen principal Governor in 1S45, and
beld that position until succeeded by Gen.
Lane as Territorial Governor in 184S.
Charles Stewart of the Mollala prairie
was the owner of a fine mare; the mare
broke her leg; and be thee shot the ani.
sal loss 200. Is there no way to pre
serve an animal after breaking a leg, for
breeding purposes? It seems that some
-way ought to be provided to accomplish
Wheat. R. C. Geer sold 1,500 bushels
of wheat at $1 45 per bushel. The roads
bad been so bad that be could not haul the
wheat to market; hence the delay in selling
it; hence the great price be received. He
also bas tbe benefit of any rise until June.
Who wouldn't be a farmer in Wcbfoot
wbere bad roads prevent the early market,
lag of wheat?
O. N. Denny of Portland bas been corn
nksioucd by Mr. Hayes, Consul of Tcints
ia, China, to 211 a vacancy. The city de
signated isa large one with an estimated
popnlalieB ot 1,000,000. It is the port of
tbe city of Pckin, distance 80 miles, in the
province of Cliich-le, and is situated on the
river Pei-bo, 34 miles from its mouth. This
river empties into an arm of the Yellow
Sea. Salary L500 a year.
Goxc To Easterx Omxox. lion. John
Xiato left for an extended trip tlirougu
Eastern Oregon, a section of our great
- State that be bas not visited since 1S4-1, the
yew be came to Oregon. He will, ere bis
. .return, visit Umatilla and Wasco counties
aad return to !bc valley through the Minlo
Pass. Being largely Interested in wool
growing he will post himself in regard to
tbe growiag of that stamplc In the sections
be visits. Hb views upon the country
through which be will pass will be com.
aaaa tatted from time to lime to tbe columu
of Use Daily Record, and bis letters will be
leaked for with laterest Willamette Farmer
Ilcrrxzm, May 0, 1877.
Mu. EoiTon Times are generally quiet.
yet notwithstanding the scarcity of money
busy bands are constantly adding little by
little to our thriving town. The millinery
shop and hotel are beginning to loom up
and the musical sounder the hammer tells,
us that thev are nearins completion. The
fast presents itself to oit minds clearer and
clearer every day that in no distant future
the town of Ueppncr is going to be second
to few ol the inland tonus in Eastern Ore
gon. The question invariably asked by
the stranger upon entering the place and
seeing so many business men who, to all
appearance are prosperous and happy Is,
"where are the people who support them."
To answer this question correctly would
require one to go to each man's house, this
being the only way to tell exactly their
whereabouts, but the bet answer is thi',
"the bills arc full of them," and indeed
they are. The streams are so crooked that
the travelers only sec one place at a time,
and thus concludes that be bas only seen
one bouse on bis whole journey when per
haps be bas passed a hundred.
Seven years ago last Fall your humble
servant traveled for the first lime up the t
valley of Willow creek. At that time Geo.
Stansbury and-family were the only rcsi-'
dents of what is now the town orileppner.
Little did we then suspect that a few years
would see a town of a hundred Inhabitants
on the spot where then lerked the cayote and he thought so too, then be would rrc
as regular as the sun rose and set, watch- ( ommend the enlargement of the reserve.
ing for the domestic fowls of the owner of
the premises. At that time from this point j
to the Blue mountains, a distance of from
13 to 20 miles on three different streams,
the fat (and thez valuable) cattle grazed
without being molested, holding complete
sway over both bills and valleys ;but change
is the order of all animated nature, and
since then the creek bottoms bare been
fenced in, forming an almost continuous
line of fence from source to mouth of the
streams; thus rendering it hazardous to
risk stock over Winter without feed; and
cot only that but to the utter Indignation
and disgust of tbe cattle, the sheep have
crowded them out and taken almost uncon
ditional posscsstea of tbe entire country.
I it one of natures' laws far things teseek
a level, and while the Winter range bas4
been cut off by tbe farmer be bas ia tie
mean time increased his facilities for pro
viding food for slock during Winter ia
propertkm to wbat Le bas barred lb eta
from procuring for tbcMseivw, hence we
see the equilibrium of property is xmIm
taiaed. While we believe it to be a fact
that the north era portion of the county is
better adapted as a general thing to farm
ing purposes we still claim that as a cobb
try for stock raising and farming both tak
en together tbe soMbcra pert is fully co.ael
to it, if net its superior. Tbccemparatire
ly level or wdulatiag prairies of the north
will aHdoabties be farmed as fast as aoass
are devised Tor procuring water (artificaltj i
for various iwrpos&s oa the farm. Wbile
the mere precipitous parts of die soetlt will
admit of only a KaHed extest of faralog j
leaving always fea to the stock a fair
share of pasture lb at wlti never be &t for
any tL lag else oa account of Hs us eves sr
facc We should like to dweM for a leaf
time upon tbe future prospects of our part
ef the county, and tots ef advaauges k
bas over other places, but we bare alrcadr
crowded out ocr news items for Ibis week,
so we subscribe oer self very respecifotly
Yours, truly, Cer.ngsroypcyr.
"Lrcx!" How manr yeang men bsre
depcadedapos tbe magic poteecyefthe
word -luck r Every aadertaklag by them
seemed a kind ef actual necessity; no ca.
terprise, no cmukmsncss. no efforts to Isi
prove nothing but live along in a stupid
iIicawber".Hke msnner, doing no more
than compelled to. waiting for some great
fortune to come, imploring each to take
abundantly, to cat, drink, be merry, aad;
banish forever anything like care or ens-!
stdcratSon of tbe falHre. Not only bas this
been the history of many, but one need only
look about bim to become convinced that
such is true of many youag mea at present.
As you pass along the streets of your town
themanyyeuagmen.ali in g-d
health, with their neat-fittiug clothes and
soil, wiiiic nanus, do vou ever rcSect that
that these gcatlcmcn are kept up by their
"I'a-s" and "31m," tbey seldom degrading
themselves so much as to cut stove-wood
enough to cook a meal's vic'tt da. nave aot
tome of our readers passed the abiding'
place, even in Pendleton, of imc of these
papcr-colltrcd gentry aad found their aged
mothers cutting wood and doing the rough
"chores" about the bouse, while the young
gentlemen were up town perhaps regaling
a fne cigar. No wonder then that in after
life so many say, "I was always out of j
luck!" Read the biographies of Daniel j
Webster, Henry Clay, Robert Burns, Pat
rick Henry, Cbas. Dickens, Andrew Jack.
Benjamin Franklin, and we might name a
hundred others among the wisest and best
of the world who have becomban cxclama
lion point in history on account of great
inventions, orations, discoveries, etc, pro
duced by them; and it will be seen that we
have little use for the word "luck, and it
might as well be thrown out of our lan
guage. All about us are men inquiring for;
farm bands, sheep-herd era, teamsteta, etc.
Every one of these young men who stand
idling on the street corners could get con.
stant and lucrative employment if tbey bad
the proper spirit. Learn to be diligent,
and employment will follow you, young
men! No man will offer to employ you
while you lounge about town, leavlngyour
mother to do your part of the labor at your
Bros For ScrTUts. From the Walla
Walla Union we learn that last week bids
were opened for army supplies. The fob
lowing show the prices bid for the various
articles: wood from 03 01 to ?0 50; barley
from $1 04 to $1 32 per 100 pounds; cats
f.-omilfS o$lG0; timothy hay from $9 0
to $1220 per ton; straw from $4 07 to ($7 50
per Ion ; charcoal from 17 lo 19J cents
iter uusbfl. .Last year contracts were mauc
I bids are to be passed upon at Portland,
i hence contracts are not yet awarded.
tor wood lit av DO lo svj uO ner cord, ana liav ' cnciiy
al til IT, to 14 Ki ntt ion. and straw 5 45 I Taylor W
twr Ion rlmti-nnl IK Ms. iwr titnlwl. Ilipsri TibbctLiI
The Standard quotes wool in Portland
thus; Willamette 22 (3 23c ; Eastern Ore-gon,23(g25c
The ban Francisco Examiner quotes J
wool, at latest dates: Northern. 10021c, :
with small sales at an advance over these
figures. In the same paper Philadelphia
4umuiuui are given si iuw uc
Dispatches to the Oregonlan quote prices
in New York at 21 (330c. ; Ohio and Pen-
sylranla is quoted at 404 tc. for medium;
lor extra, -tCt; New York, 47c.; new
Spring California, 21 (a 2Cc for good, 30c
New York by very latest dates "Oregon
wool" is quoted at 27;Sc. while Call,
fornla choice Is quoted at 21c.
The Indian Cauncll.
The Lewiston Teller gjves the following
regarding the Indian Council lieW at La.
wai on the 2d Inst. . -Gen. Howard met
Joseph and other Indians In council at Fort
Lapwal oa Wednesday of this week. Gen.
Howard then and there lead to him orders
from Washington and explained to bim
their nature and the necessity for his obedi
ence to them. He further told bim that in
case he, Joseph, should comply cheerfully.
be and bis people should annually have
passes to the Imnaba for a zncnth or six
weeks to bunt and fish, that If cm coming
to the reserve they should find there was
not sufficient land for them and their stock
that the Randall premises en Sweetwater
sboakl be fitted up for the residence ef
Josepb. or be mlcht select an unoccupied
place. Joseph would assent to nothing till
be bad consulted with White Bird and
other of bis friends. He said he mielit rn.
He said be might re-
quire tea dajs or two irtki lo dfcWc "wh&t
ta do. The Gen. said they ceW have all
the time necessary, but at last they and all
NczPerces must cesae uio8 tbe restne
and that if they were unwitting be had
the troops to compel them to obey. Tbe
. , ... , . . , . ,
special says: Tbe isdlgnaat feenngaroer.
ed throughout the United Slates by tbe trs-
timeny at Joke D. Lee trial, relative to
tbe Mountain Meadows massacre, bas led
tbe Laucr Day Saints to approirsed tbe ar-
rest of Brigham Yeeag aod other heads of
tbe church, who are aecued ! saectios-!
lag tbe oommiioa ef tbe borrMrie crisae '
Tbey bare detembsed to resist asr bsotc-
saest, aad to this rad secretfy arasfag and
drilliog throegbost tbe Territory of Uuh
Orders have been privately lstml by mili.
tary coBimaaders f tbe faatoos Nauvoo
lcgsvo. mjalring tk-ai ercaaixatiaa to be la
readiness for active serriee oa tbe COih of
the present mwatb.
Xtw York. 3Iy 5. Tbe Herald's Salt
Lake spxial says farther prparatsosis for
boUtities are pxriicaiarly acJe ia south.
era seuleaeaU, to which foer boxes of1
brrech-toadteg rifles -acre shipped last)
1 weak from tbe csmwulwa store ia Silt '
Lake Cky. Last niebt a seeling aad
drltts ef steads of 3Iermeas were going on
ia Salt Lake City Itself, aad it is repined
aVat some ef tbe proceedfac were coadec
k d wfehla tbe esctossre ia the kamedlate
vidnisy ef the Lyoa Hems. Yosag bas
boMly assered wfcbia the lat few days
that tbe Mermoat wbe have beta driv
en so oftea and so far !H be driven ce
FROM O-VtOV COWTT.
A valued cerrespoadent studs us tbe foU
lewlag from Union cesaty uader date of
It Is raining here you bet!
That is not a bad spirit which takes bold
of and makes a oote of passing events.
proiperoes in this vicinity, aad aft classes
of individuals should be glad of this, for
Uic prosperity of the country after all
rests upon the genuine prosperity of the
Tbe -Union Band
catered the court
bouse a little
before court met aad dls-
coervtxl tome Terr fiae aiissic. csoaseoaent
Ufiua the opcaiag of tbe new court-house.
' M it ray. the Luton boys areway up- la
giving tnelr unsK mile towa trial I be
is what tbe Frenchman would
The Circuit Court met ia the "bran -new"
court Louse at Union, which is indeei a
credit to tbe people of this county; it is un. t
questionably one of tbe finest court-boates
ia the interior of Oregon; it is built of
brick, lias two wings, aad contains ample
accommodations for all tbe county i filler,
trial and grand jarors, etc; ia snort it is
an impnsfng.magniu'eenl aad ample struc
. . . .at . i T
lure lor uie wasu oi wis enterprising i
i. i . . . . i t ,
junroau: raiimau; is mc crying nocu oi
tlic denizens of this section of the Pacific
slojie to make it one of the most productive '
sections of ibis great aad growing State.
Nature bas performed her part, and if the ;
government of tbe United States will do )
tor Oregon what she bas done for so many t
of her other sovereign children, we will in
the near future derelope a State "where ,
rolls the Oregon that will prove the pride
of the nation.
Judge 3IcArthur was oa band as usual
at tbe proper time, and seemed to be very
well pleased with bis new quarters Ills
beaming countenance exhibited, as be en.
tered the room, a kiud of quiet satisfaction
ever the result of bis decision finally af.
finned by the Supreme Court, fixing tbe
couuty-seat at Union. We noticed the ru-1
bicunil form of Judge LO. Sterns, the lar.'
it who successful! v fousht the tnxxl ficlit I
for the cople of Union In that apiritcd
contest which finally secured for the pro-
pie oi union ail iuc ucdcuu oi wc cuuuiy -
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Pendleton postofflce
3Iny 1, 1877:
Arbuckle J W
Giay F 31
3Ion!gomery R II
Packwood J U
Granger Wm 2
Knoulcs J U
Parker II 2
Byan & Lang 3
Tayior Jolin A
Trammrll 31 las
Watcrlleld Will W 2 Wilson L
Wilson Mti Armllda Zellcr Staor
The undersigned bavins been appointed
by a meeting of the tuhcrtbcr to the fund
for buildinsa bridge over the Umatilla rlr.
er, held at AyrtV schooMinuseMarS. 1877,
a co.nmhtrc to superintend the building of
said bridec. with power to receive bids and
contract for the erection of the same, here-
i will be received br them
up to 12 o'cIock M, 3Iay 18. 1877. The
plan and specifications of said bridge can
be seen on application to the undersigned.
The right to rrject any or all bids Is hereby
reserved. The bid ill be opened and de
ckled upon on the afternoon of May 19th,
1877, at the house of S. M. Pennington on
Butter creek. Any further iuformatlou will
be cheerfully given by either of the under.
. m. ris:.NOTox, i
O. F. Tiiosuko.v, v Com.
1 LL rtttSOSi KSOWt.NO THEMSELVES I.V-
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M ffeut call ul mUW laintwlntrlj aJ un rati,
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la tlx bab&i ids aUsnrr Svf tata-cUac,
jirs a. it, ralev.
j Wool-CJ rowers,
I ATTBKTTI O INT
IJKNTlLETO.V HA.1 THE HONOR Of HATI.-tC
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ARTICLES USUALLY KEPT
la a IVrtCUei tyraltara itort
Notice To Tax-payci!
JA rERi!os K-i ibrr. rto,t
A m t4u ute dcic tbt u Cmsit Cocn Ui
. jicj tb
DELINQUENT TAX LIST
rr lk jrtr 1STS ta nr btl tormllKttea. Tt
cclr wtj la uti csaU U tj loawlui pa7mal.
y Ssm?aa4 Til CatkCer. CoullUa Cmb, Orrroo.
SYL.VESTER & BENTLEY-3
TcfrUrfr with sit mcUorrr easatcua latrcwlln.
i GREAT BiBT.AtN Caa ba hi nrj tftiia
A iloe u lb prophrtar t rrodWioa. Iba irrau
el s Ut U ItrmWa to lb parrbaarr-a rorUoa lo
H rM Srl aa4 IM Misac 7 unuuBTair. .
the large and well
assorted stock of general
Just received by
At bis old stand In UHarker's building,
and which be offers to the public a terms
that will compare favorably with Uos
ot aay compcuur.
The following ire soma of the Iradlcc
lines, of which yau will always find an
aisorttx nt an band:
Dry-goods. Clochlnr. Boot and Slwe.
Hals and Caps. Carpet s.wall paper. Gro
ceries, patent tan!iriae. Palots. Oil.
Tebaece. Hardware. Cutlery, China aed
Otass ware, btatlosery, etc.
Order frora tbe couttry will receive
HWe, Furs, Wool, etc., taken ia ex
change. CAMPAIGN OPENED
SPRING OF 77
At TJmailla, Oregon.
IVTaTBOPT U li-rltr4 to caa aad r Br W
ll aa4 iaH atoct af attrtfirt nntiit St
I w M aril U prim to aaltUa timn. Tea latlrm lag
PA RLO B ST0VK3
PABLO it COOK
-A raU awttmrBl ef-
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OeMtutlf M basa. atf Uri raas. Alt oHtts SO
ti profajAlr. JOB WORK dooa Uh aat
sa as4 ilUpiUa.
1 rtYOXK wtto waU Lrfal 7takf of urd.
Knaucia, ana rscr aratr vo u. n. ouh, nrn
ptxr, CautUla OwhHx, Orrjaa. TceaiWr , tin.
Manufactory of Tinware, And
a ix kism or
Main rtt, oppoiita tfce Court Hesse.
Will constantly bare on band, and for
sale, a Complete Assortment of
1M IJl U.T1TI KXST
A. complete Assortment of the
ROCK C00KIXG STOTES.
ALL KISW or
T7 ilmimu trial
g. y. "webb.
Jftst, Lek Here ! iJD
Ir TCP WKT rAtxr. LJ,
MJXTT. CLAS3, tn.,
C la IV
PE.DLErO.V $3 I
DRUG- STORE !
Ir rer waxt t tx& ui ru jairu
PENDLETON DRUG STORE.
Jr TW VAST La&n Tadrt pot mt Ul tmUt. c
PENDLETON DRUG STORK
PENDLEION DRUG STORE
jr rec wa.t i cusvt t tau. rau aw
PENDLETON DRUG STORE.
i TT TC WANT Batf BrsUa, OaM. mr Sf
' PENDLETON DRUG -TOR.
Ir Tr wxr A r:m.a ni;mlil a
PENDLETON DRCG STORE
t rcstCAt. iXfrancEvis aMkav
VU. T U mtm WANT?. as tfin to mrr
as la mi aai- caa W asuOnl ay rJJ to aVa
tiw mt jtmem.
SALE - STABLE,
ptAtN sr. oittgirc ronLcx sere
J. St. PROETT. Jl. D.
PHYSJCIAN AND SURGEON
OS' It Is r bcU4icr. ap sttsri
W. C McKay, .Tl. Dn
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
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Dr. J. IS. I.indcy,
SURGEON AND DENTIST.
Psndletoa, TJcaatiHa County,
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Suryny A Specialty.'
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ATTORSEV Jt COUNSELOR AT LAW
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J. H. Turner,
ATTORN El AT LAW,
Cvaatr Orders bocjil ac4 aoU. Leant XigtuM
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S. V. KNOX,
-A.ttorney at How,
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WILL rBACTlCKlx THE COURTS OF
this State and VTa'&tnrtoa T. rtit.fr.
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G. W. RAILKY,
REAL ESTATE AG EXT,
(SXD NOTART rtJBUC)
PF.SDLETON, - OREGON.
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Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
ALWAYS TO BE HAD AT
Jacobsftit & Go's Saloon,
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