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DAILY AND SKMI-WEEKLY,
Ent Orrffoiilnn rulilMiluc Cointnny,
PENDLETON, .... OKKOON.
DAILY HtTIVSOKtlTION HATKH!
Ono ropy per ycur, by mull SO co
One copy six months, by mull -J IV i
One copy pur wcuk, by carrier. 25
.Mingle numbers., U)
One copy pJr ycur. 2 w
Ono copy-IXMituntliM. i 2.)
Hinttlo iiiiiiiIkth , U'i
rrotnltitn paper froo to yearly Milwcrlbors.
'One Inch, or less, In Scinl-Weekly per
. mouth , fj m
One Inch, or less, In Dnlly per month 1 fio
Two Inulirx, or less, In both, per month... !i 60
w iotih"E thoirncecBsities.mulntuiningthodignltyof
noirth?.!"?i lilborI Wull, how? Is it Hitflicicnt to
Over thrj'o liVebeiriirVmtTirper'TiVeVrpor merely assort this, contimioiiHly, voho-
nu.:ith , 160 ii ,, , , ., "
Hollct iiommrall iidvortiioimuiu I., semi- nwntly, vociferously, by tho vory OUCH
eeky or Dully, Hint limertloii, pur Ineli, who tiro tho tttiostleB of selfishness nud
laical notices, tun cunts per line each In
Tho Republican State Contral Com-
mittco, in its call for a Stato convention.
requcHtcd tho co-oporuflonofull those who
boliovo in dignifying labor by adhoroing
"Vhonovor and wherever ignorance
dwellH among intolligout selfishness and
greed, it nuiHt lie led captive. ThiH was
tho fate of tho Mexicans and Peruvians,
for example, after tho Spanish invnHion.
Numbum a vailed not, nor inlioront bravery
nor yet. love of homo and countrv. Can
tho creed of selfishness and greed Htill
keep in captivity the votorn of this no
called enlightened country? Is tho igno
rance of tho iKJoplo to bo ho Hiiroly relied
'Upon us tho audacity with which thiH
falHohood Jh proclaimed would indicate?
A tax a hlgh,untiecessury,oxtortionuto
tux touring heaviest upon tho poor and
MARCH 1, 1888.
1IEKK WJB AKK.
This is tho flrat number of a now enter
prise in Pendleton whoso success will dc
IHjnd chiofly upon tho amount of substun
tiul willing patronage which 1h accorded
t j it. Tho plan on tho part of tho pub
lishers 1h to make it as much of a newt- r,,tu
greed? Then nuiHt the fog of ignorance
and credulity bo dunso Indeed. Are Am
erican workmen to forever follow blindly
and devotedly this Hounding of brass and
thm tinkling of cymbal? Will they not
inquire, reuHon, think? Are they to al
ways believe that burdens are a Housing?
Conio, is there an oxampleof high tax
ation dignifying labor? Can a single in
stance of it Iks cited? If so, who, and
how, and when, and whore? Wo desire
to learn more about this. If there is
in this contradiction, lead us to it :
paiHir, as nearly a iiowspaiier, aH in wssi- discover to us tho pathway to reach it
bio in a town of thisBizo. The dispatches Tll only labor that protection dignifies,
published to-day are a sample of what wo 80 mr lls wo know or can seo, is tho labor
intend to furnish dailv, if sutllcient in- of tnu Hluve-ntustor, the labor of tho pub
forest is manifested in them. Thev are lic plunderer. A man with his rightful
more than has over toon attempted' by u bunion shifted uion another's shoulders mi
patHir in Eastern Oregon or Washington. ,n,l.v 1,0 tho uw dignified.'
To obtain them and put them in readable IIow H " w 'ou, mechanic; curiHin
shajHS takes labor and monev. If Pen- lor hlacksmith, plumber, miliright, har-
dloton is to advance this vear and next "usfl-makor, shoe-maker, whatnot? Re
as we holm and exiect ; if it is to doublo cm,H0 ovor-v ,(M)1 J'ou "H0 11,1,1 vcry sul)-
its population and largelv increaso its HUtntM vou manufacture, as well as every
wealth; if if is to be alive, active, nro tlimK vo uy to eat and wear and build
would bo a greater barrlor in a lion's path
than protection is to foreign labor, wlien
over tho protected barons cannot establish
among native employes whatever degroo
of slavery they desire. The mines of tho
coal and iron miners of Pennsylvania,
Ohio and West Virginia, aro ilooded to
day with foreign laborers working at
Chinese wages. Tho barons aro dignify'
fug American labor!
How a farmer can bo a protectionist, is
a mystery, lct us uso brietly, iiji illus
tration of how his labor is dignified. An
English manufacturer brings over a dozen
yards of cloth, such as tho farmer needs,
and oilers to sell it for a dollar a yard.
Tho law says; "No, before you can sell it
at all you must pay, say Hoventy cents a
yard duty." If ho brings it in and sells
it, it must be for at least $1.70 a yard, or
$20.40 instead of 12, for tho dozen yards.
ThiB tho wholesaler and retailer have
to pay, and tho farmor finally pays not
only tho $8.40 cents extra, but a per cent
age on that as well as on the $112 to tho
several dealors. But if, as is tho two
with a multitudo of articles, tho English.
man finds tho tarifi'so high as to bo pro
hibitive, he takes his cloth to some other
country and sells it. But the homo man
ufacturer will still charge the farmer $1.70
or nearly that, for what probably ho could
afford to sell at $1,10 or $1.20, and make
a proia; and of tins immense aggregate
profit not ono dollar goes to tho govern
ment ; it goes directly into tho pockets of
the manufacturer. In the mcantimu the
farmor bus raised a crop of wheat to sell.
To find a market for it he must look
abroad. England is tho great market;
but tho Englishman has steamed olf and
bought what ho needs of somebody who
would deal with him. Ho has been to
India, to Australia, to Russia, to South
America; and everywhere he could sell,
everywhere ho will buv. Of course,
however, they must have some of our,
wheat, notwithstanding; but since they
cannot sell their goods hero, they send
their own ships over empty, and charge
tho farmer tho cost of running both ways
thus bringing tho price of liis product
down to tho minimum.
gressive, pushing; if it is to iwcomo in a with, are taxed high, higher highest, do Tllon KmwH nHuU mUU,(, t ,,
short time tho unrivalled metropolis and l any greater degree of dignity in protct:,ivo tllri(ron whimt und lmVimd
commercial center of the inland North- yourlubor How is it witli you, common other produce, which is never imported
west as it can and ought-no ono enter- llwr; lrceauso your food and clothing, UIld whlch ,on,itlltrt ti, nniv ' tu
prise will bo of greater service and assis
tauco in this direction than a daily news
paper such as the East Ouuoonian 1ioik;b
Every week almost every day stran
gers ask; Haven't you a daily hero? and
seemed to think it strange that there wuh
. none. Ono excuse has ulways ls-en:
"We do not wish to publish u daily until
we can publish a newspaj-ku; und the
town is not sufiiciont yet to support that."
It is doubtful if it is yet large enough.
3Jut if it grows and develop, und if ItH
IKjoplo manifest their usual liberality, the
pajH!r can bo maintained. Wo unk a gon
end Bupjwrt, and a lilwral, not a grudging
one, intending to deserve it; and beliove
ingthut our enterprise will materially
assist the development of tho town and
Unlike our now noighlwr, the Daily
East Ohkoonian is not started for cam
paign purjioscB. It is stiirted as a ni:ws
l'Ai'Kit, and bus como to stay, if possible.
Vory likely and cjuito probably, it will
Hupiort tho Democratic nominees. It
usually does. But it makes no proniises
iKiforehund. Its first business istto furn
ish the people with a nowspator which
shall bo a credit to a small inland town
like thiH. Politics it will certainly bo in
terested in ; and readers may doiHMid uj
ou it for all olitical news; but olitics is
after all a secondary consideration.
What think you of tho plan? Your
deeds will show.
Is it not ulsjut time to drop that old
dry-bone of a phrase : "Uho political lot
is liegmmng to boil?" If uolod
think of any hotter substitute, let'
for awhile: "Tho campaign Cuvuso
ginning to buck."
Tho information given elsewhere re
garding school matters ought to lo of in
terest to the coplo of Pendleton gener
ally. A director is to Ihj elected Mon
day to succeed Mr. Zuhuor. Care should
be taken to vote for u liberal, progressive
man, who is in favor of mr.intuining tho
good work already done, and advancing
it, und not one if any such thoro Ihj
who wants to go back to primitive
Tho East Portland Vindicator having
suggested that some nowspajmr
man le nominated for Congress, the
Astoriuu suyH tho East Portland man
must have u ioor opinion of his confreres.
What nowspupor man would want to run
for such an office as that, tho functions of
....i.. ... i..
vnnr tiii'lf mid ulwu..l nml nv ...l l..,lf.. I .. v "o
w i "-"""- tuo larmer und the Htock-raisor. Even
r'"'u' "'"7 , , H uanmaet- this far has tho audacity of tho tariff.
ur, yOU fHiHicmuytngniueuuieraDyv pl(l0rers irono: to this nin.,t l.v
I money : have vou notiend lmu-vnn m I , m ...
,' ... ,. ' uf n iirouuuu. nils provision Ol t 10 lllWH
clothed with dignity us with u mirment? :u .. i:.... t i. .. . . .
wi i...if..-:.n.i ".. . , " """"""K l "very tanner in mo
....v iiiivi, iiiuuiuiiniuiu iiuiimjumj I triUU I liitwl
toadstools ol tlieory J
And tho explanation isasuttorably and
Irredeemably silly ub tho theory. It is
, . , w v.,t., u,K,,IUu uioreuy S pln(lororM K0U0 . to thjH ox(cnt ,ulV(
How is it w ih you, farmer; paying u counted on the delusion of the produ
price and u half for everything that costs u Hop ln tho Hhll,)0 of u lurl,r t,
money; havo you noticed liowvouuro ,.,u rw..- ..! ..
that "protection" gives men in tho em
ploy ol manufacturers iHjrmanont M'ork
ground is not wot down as deep as
usually is at this seiuon of tho ycur.
otocK oi an kiiiuh nave wintered over
with but little feed, and look well.
I seo a L'oodlv mimlxtr of nri'cinctH u-im
not represented wnen called Dy tlio Cen
tral committee Cottonwood. Milton.
Who aro they who are thus strivinir toK"CHtoM m? o"tain nmong the mint
"dignify labor?" Every millionaire man- L ?' 7 1"",'. MS...
..I ...I..-..- . ! 1 . . lUfiunuiiwi, i "UIIIU IlkU IU II1DU JIVllllI
w.uuuirur, ovory ncn man WHO emiilOVH of a fill tnrn-ont of nil tint nn.i.inf.fu ..)
uuneso labor; oven- mino-ownor whoso U thiuk that tho representation shoahl
serfs live on mush and trmml! mnrv ,mv.u ,M!0." 0,1 delegate at largo from
I'AMIKU Si KKY.
Tim Onlv Tvnn 1'oHiiilcrn, Vrcnn Donlcru
ntul Auxlllnry I'ubllnliVrA In llio North
The onlv tvno foundors, press dealers
and auxil urv miblishers in the North-
1 1 i. ,,f i.it, in1 ii"
J'rnnt. street. The nrintiiu: inachlnory,
the typo, and other material used in the
publication of the Daily and Sonii-Wookly
East Oiiikionian. was purchased from
them, at pviccs tho equal of those quoted
bv Eastern dealors. During tho past six
months tho East Oiuiooman Publishing
Company havo purchased of this firm
more than $5,000 worth of presses, type
and other material, alio now, two-revo
lution. Campbell press in tho Hast Ouk-
(Ionian office on which this paper is
printed was purchased of them at a cost
of $.'1,400 cash, dolivored In Pendleton.
mi. .. i.. .1 t ....,. I., ii...
the daily Oregoniau only, being supplied
with a Totter press. It is ono of the
(most pieces of niachlnory.ovor sent into
the country, and from tho first has
worked like a charm; being simple in its
construction, and perfect in every dotail.
It Is capable of printing 2,000 four-page,
Daily East Oiuhionians in an hour,
without ruBlung or any danuor of urouk-
.auo. Tho type in which this matter is
Kot is one of Palmer it Rev's now faces,
and was made in their own typo foundry,
located in Sail Francisco. As" will be scon,
it is ono ot the prettiest faces in tho mar
ket, and Is durable as it is handsome.
'Hie three Peerless job presses, in the
job department of tho East Oiuxioniak
olllce was also purchased of Palmer A-
Bey. Thev are of the latest design, and
are model presses, ine Peerless is
claimed to bo, and in tho opinion of tho
h. O. man, is tho best job presses on
the market to-day. No matter how fast
you may run ono, thoro is no danger of
any part failmc to do its work. Those
presses last a life time, and print a visit
ing card or a full form with equal excel
lence. Printers and publishers of Ore
gon and Washington can not do bettor
than tMitronizo Rainier & Rev. whether
tliey buy for cash or on timo. This is the
experience of the publishers of tho East
Oiiiioonian, and they do not hesitate to
put their oxiKirionces in print.
A FAUMKIi'h I.KTTKK.
Quito n Clty-Tholllch Mon-Coitly Block
Tim Wlllntnnttn ill-ltlfi-Fiibllc Bcliuol
lliilldlnctN, CliurclioA, ot. Mnufac-
titit'ft and Uttnlnc.
A VAMMIIM: SUMMAItY.
Krom our ItciiUlar Corrwipoinlont,
PoiiTbANi), On., February 20, 1888
Tako it up one sido and down tho other
and cross lots, Portland is considerable of
woikh ana a multitudo of oth u
nf nmwi m lnUn . ,i .""ICT "i
- w judo iiiHirniriiin
monttoahost of mV, wom,
tako In Mlw3 'iSf
Portland. tonninatinK 'at ii, L
i.n ," ;;, ' mo
. U1 niruot Dridiro
Tho Portland Ruilu-,7,,
piishing to completion VT??-
ITntrrlifu it1.t1. ...Mi
nvnn If ft ho nxLminnlv far from f" ..Si. " uo Vor
"back East," whore everything big is
II D HUtU LIVItlll VaDIV ltn
. . . ' VJ UA Jill WNTiniuik. .. .
corporatod companies withcaZri
aggregating m round mi,.,!. '.7' Kt
ooo. wr8 ram.
Tho St. Charles.
supposed to belong. Of course there aro
a groat many very important institutions
Eastern cities can boast of that wo
. .i Till l.
Haven't ncro, nui men i tninic wo aro nio St. Uliarlcs, EsmoiKl
doing very well for "know-nothings." Holton and Merchant, all nt.l'Ji'N
' 1 "J lMn4nV,....I. " V IlfHIL. .
. I lilLVllILf lllIHIIllfUU -"H 1
i . 1 ..i 1 i mt T I 1 V D a .
niuruuuHi uui iuiiuuuii-mwij- uut 11 (JHO
. t i . i I i
suposo tnoy win como ovonuiauy, turn isow park, is all tho citv run k .
wn will trv to striiL'i'lo along tho liest wo that lino, but good nhrm-u i...rH0,H
y . ------ ..,, -4. , "nuj
can, making tho most of our mossbacks ft" 3 S
lina CHIlUr HHI1KOI1UUH I.rotlUUUOHH 111 UIO nu otinnL-t.lf li.ji ' --,, wijoiritl
meantime. go, on that account. The rvJil
Yes, Portland is qulto a city. It is over (nttlo of Gettysburg), is H0mi.tffi
ii n..u t o... ,.r..i.,... 4i. the M'ay of shows tin
southern suburbs, and about ono and a S'inakofI i,S nwnt?,1,
half m cs from oast, to west, saving no- helmldnrii. T win ,.v..i. '.i t
thing of East Portland, a fine citv itself.
which is connected to Portland projKir by
a magnificent bridge. Thirty-live thou
sand is considered a low estimate of tho B. Knapp occupies o'uarto tii i
r ---- - ----- I iaitvu fyllUliniLIIU. Illft ,
iiiVjiiitiu uui tnu iiiwiintiini vt uituu tiiuu- i i. ii. ifiiiiiii. iv . t f"i tt .
mim wiiiuvnu. imu uuuiuuu o, j4 iVUUU( IJOIiry I4 111 1 1 Tl LT iha 1
f PnrMniul imnnlit I'nnmnriitivnlv uimiU'. I Ilfnll l(tll' tl Itil H .... .11 '
r- v : 7 "V - i j iiu iiuuiy owicrs am rina
I'oruami is tno ncnesi city oi ns sizo in dreds of dwel hl's llmi ,. n " ."T
Altllllltf lll.l tklriut I ,.tn..n 11 1 W
T.: . "f . . I vnuiiiy-iivu IIIUIIKIUKI,
the subject of alolleralliilo uK
llio resldnncfH nf l,.ii.,...i .."v"'.
.V..T. : .. l-"!"" nvo ncro, l vcr h L
jui on., iim I -i aunt iiiuii li . . nuiiu. ni
iu,ui Viiu pn iiixun tm i ,.w.iuj. nave III) aristocracy. Tho llillllfti,,.
1 can find no ono who nrotonds to know moots, und mv.i.tu n,;. ,i....i..t. " '""""
i.f i u iiiim i i ...... ,.i mi - .- "o u
i i Tl. ....... I l ! . r-.i-i.i;iuK
li J 1.IIU111II- I 1H1 llllllflllir Ttllltifit v.i.ii.ll.. .....1 .
A I'oor Crop 1'roMpi-ct TIiIiiKh Tlinrn Ih no
'ncd tit ICzcltiiiiiunt About DIvIhIiiii.
To tliu Killtornf tlicKuht Ormonluii.
Farmers are busy plowing and seeding.
t good deal of fall-sown grain has been
winterkilled and is being ro-seeded, some
thing that has never been seen before
since I have resided in rmatilla eountv
the outlook for the coming crop is not
as promising as it usually lias been hero Comer front and Morrison. just completed.
pcioro, and unless wo havo cons t era l o 7fi.(iii(i! Pnrl.ml Suvlmfu n,mb 47,.imui
rain this spring, crops will bo light the l'mlml.lv ttm ,i,ut utt'-iHii.r r..,,w. ,.r
coming seosor front the fact that tho the city and tho ono that first attmclH
the United States
wealthy men here are W. S. Ladd who is
estimated to Do worth irom .l.
1M flflll flllt l..i ,..itu tiitctu i.i
unvthlnu near the amount
Henry railmir, 11. V. Uorbott
I ! . - f til t. 1 Ik It
.w . . " t "-'ituj K.i'iiiiv linn urmtirttu
....a. k.J f lli.i.l ....I.I . . . . .1 I T 1 III II . I -ViiLUUI
ruiii i vi itunii A'uiittivt ai itiv.iuii iiiin i ii. iiiii'i'iin v. nriff imtmi ..M . .
.IitCfih ivinniii ura worili il millif hi nr tunrn. nrA
ii?t ii t iifi.ii.. i ii i t l ,. - uiu mi nun
Ii. II lllllli J.a II UllUi JUJIIli:ill AlllLIIllULV. I III I 1 1M r11lllltlUU II if I I.. . .1 -
ill! II. 11 liinilllllllL. -Ik. 11. IIIILI II. a I . 1. I IIIHIIiril'fl I P-11 llllhn I . . ( . .
Ililnli mill It Cnblutnlfti nr., nil i.irt1i I unf.i I I ..Ii." . V".VU" '
several hundred thousand dollars, and
there are scores of men worth a hundred
thousand and upward. Mrs. M. S.
Uurrollwas left $1,000,000 by her hus
band wlio dietl a few years since.
There aro many very handsome and
ii . i i ii'
cosiiy iHisiness iiiocks, among winch are
the following: J ho Abiuglou, owned by
. u. ueeu, cosung iou,uuu; ivamm's
block, $120,000; J. iN. Dolph & 1). P,
llioinpson. 120,0()(): Ainsworth. Union
and IJelviim'H blocks, $100,000 each:
1-trst hationul Rank, $80,000: Ladd's
iiroirv I'mu u vni nit. i ii.... i.
"lIliL'htv" L'lVlll lll.u.i. It. Hi...
. ..wib t J ii 1 1: .
and good wuges, and so prevents the jgo-, Rtfiroud robbor liko Gould Hm. l..,.in each precinct. In my (minion this would
ing out and necking other uvocatlcms;' ",i7." hlivu ivu" "'o HaUrifaoUon than the
thus directly benefitting them ,1 n , , 5 . 0 ,,,an who I,UH m,ul l'lwtJoninont made will give. I am a
..l! 1 ir Jion,und In. and is making immenso wealth by bind- Democrat who wishes the .arty success,
uirtcin iHJiieiutiii), others jy decreasing inf T nW u-is, i.,.,ii ,.i.:.. and honu that v'iirlnrv will tuircli mum
comiHitition and preventing over-crowding
in thoso othor avocations. In other
woids, we must havo a system of taxation
to prevent men from seeking and engage
and hideous form of Poverty.
V hose labor is degraded and not die-
..... . "
niiieu uy protection' Evnrv fiw.inn.
I III ,1(1 rlllYU.l tlll tu .. 11.. 1 fl
.... , 1. I . .. . ...w..v. .wn in u UIU-IUUIT HUrillOIll.
ug in mica empioymont us they may bo fmm ii..,,.. : '
liest ndimt.wl.fnr. ,uf ...i 1 1 '? ir cHcaiKi nor
" uiiiiu uiiu nwii tn iti'iii-f t
m-iir-r!,!,. ..,....,1 1 i . ..... .i ,.. .1. J vw.i.-u.jjBur Morning lor
w.v. ...... lit. ii. lilt mnn IIIILlinil llll!ll I LH1 ......4 1 .......
., ... , , . " Luiun u uay, wirn lainliy half clad
nations, wo mum. iiuiintiiiti v,oi
imiv r (7
tout of endless robbing of Potor aud pay
mgolPaul. 'I ho theory is absurd unough
tho statement of it. ought to condonm It ;
, - V
nut wo need not depend upon theory
more are facts enough
lho alleged facts are not facts, or at
least hut segments of facts; andovonthoy
do not Hiipport tho theory. Thoro is nn
projior comparison Iwtween tliis country
and England. Tho conditions of each are
dissimilar, diverse, antagonistic. A com
parison between England and tho Ger
man Empire proves but littlo. but It
the banner of Ifcmocraov in Unnitilhi
... . ......
county, m tho coming contest, and the
Komo littlo Is being said about division,
but I don't thiol- 1 1 in I tlilu b.c.,1 i.,i..u4i....
... . ' 1 1 V,I i W1I
will lKi excited to unv Lnnt. nviimt t
don't seo any reason for unv oxcltommil
the eye of the visitor as ho amirouches bv
any of the five lines of railway that tenn"-
mate uere, is tno wiuamutto uridL'u.
1'his structure is what Is known us tlio
Pratt 'lruss Rndgo." It rests on sovn
piers, three of which are built of stone,
. I. .. ...I 1. ..1 t 9 .. . . '
uiu uiuers oeiug oi lminutise 'iron ttiiwH.
filled with concrete. Itisl.dW) fiit in
length, including approaches; draw J108
loot, ;i cast spaus 202 feet each, short
snan 100 feet: roudwuv '() fnnt lmli-li i
feet above low water; wall each sido ft
feet. It cost $200,000. and is paying
nroiwrty. $00,000 of the stock is held
by the Pacific Jlridgo Co., of San Fran
cisco; $120,000 bv Port and canitiilislH.
and thorearo $20,000 of the stock not yet
There are six public school buildings
huru aud among 'them tho finest h.-IhwiI
edifice .in the United States tho IHih
School building. It is of brick, und t.
cupies an entire block. Tho stylo of tho
architecture is what is called transition,
or senil-Norman, which prevailed during
half fed; ovory mechanic, ovory farmer' fu"t.t!,,0,1)."ln0(;rulH ()f tl,iH o"try; or at
i.., u ' least th s him lioim tbn ..nu.. t, A... i..u4
overy clerk every workuigmau, where vor
found, of whatovor degreo, or howsoovur
employed. Protection is a scheme tho
very design and all die operations of
Which are to degrade lubor, not dignify it
It puts monoy in tho jHickets of those who
do not earn it; it takes a titbn fmm
laborers, who need all they earn, without
reason, without need, to swell the Iichhk
..r ii. ..in ....
m mo millionaires, and tlio hordes in the
Wo lioiHi to seo tho time como und w
nouuvo it will como when tbn f,i
i 'wh viun WlllTlllUIti YUL HUII1I1 IlllM IN 11 It lilt r.tHfllU f hum II 1 li.'.l I 1
. i-i . ' . . . I -, w uin i iii aiiu jviiTiiiirfi l .
. ? Mw lY .V!; A1. .0C!U . t0 d0: ll. H. Yo stories high, tower ItiO feet and
Ml loot tlag statl. It is elaborately tin.
ished, and cost $150,000. Resides the
puiuie schools thoro are nine colleges and
private schools, forty churches, four hos
pitals, aud three libraries (with 20,000
ikhjkb;, in the city. The liostollice is
least tins has lieon tho case for the last
eight years. I hope a good ticket will be
iiiaceu in tnu e d In- t in )mincr.ilu
i. i , ; ,r
bvuu, n no, uiiu nonesi men. I' aumi'.ii,
Ajl ho,, u. 8tor V- tor riB .o KiuiC" iSJSS
ildly tell the truth about the plundering rt t and iinposing'design, ami is
surrounded by very neat grounds.
ivmong tno many and flourishing enter
prises ot tno city J
I . . . . y ... j. u . v. m .
- - MAiiUll!
Plumbers, Gns and Steam Fitters,
LI?, '"".""'y Prnotlcnl nierlmnlci In lou
- .... . .ii.in. iiuu KuarnQiff
it IIL'lllIlNt riimilr fnr mm v.nr
-".-. ii iiuii. in liny, uuuwu
iieHiro to niiiKo waePKOii their work.hew
Than any other homo In town.
I'llflV 111 1 1 till AlWlMN nu M vu
Hardware and Tinware
PUMPS AND PIPB.
PLUMBING Promptly Dom,
MAIN HTItKKT, I'KNDLKTOK.
A hIuiio of the puhllo iutn)inii;n l tollcllM
PENDLETON LOTS FOR SALE.
I offer for (tale more than
THIRTY VALUABLE LOTS!
In I'nnUIoUm, Including tho nlnhtly block oa
tho hill, In platu vlownll over town.
Just the Site For a Fine Reside
v can t, j" , inivnw" workingmon of this grand countn
Lnglaud and the United S idnn. Tim i , .. b C0ll,lir)
nay . ... . - " imiiyoi tno Ureat West, sh
iriuLuiLitjiiinL nuvK: 'ffi wmrnu ,111.1 i.i.-... I .... '
iu lu. ,uu, liiovo torwiinl n iiili.l.l,. I.ft.,i, !..... xi .
i i?, n i.M i i .i , ... . .1 e"J vniniiuuiIlHL iiuu
... a-iri uuiu xvilglllllU Uiatl III ITOlCCted hllhi-HrU nf ,.....,u4... ..!...... ,, "
lalwr." We answer: So wages uro lowor
V mVKMiV WW nmn wou,(l Krow
T.... 13 1 1-1.. i .
- v.m l.l.ull JJ.IOI Um,lll), AS W If H(IM ill t ill I' V I l.iill . .....!.... 1...4
ii... I . . . uiu ii.uiiiiuii uui
bo issued just tho same as usual, with w iu this letter, which bv the wuv. iu
.. ii .. . . i ...4 1...1 i.. .i . . :
miDMuuuiaiiy tno sumo tluit is published "lu,u . gvo tno reader just a little
in tho Dailies. i(IVil wealth of J'ottlund.
A capacity is two million feet
Thk Portland iN'ews is still for Ulnlnn. ''n"dly. Orders come hero from its far
s This exhibits its estimate of his character m , V'",:"1, tho lumber used in
, and proves that it is unite wilTuS 1 XV Z
I x " 44 i ituiiuin. ui wrtimiii rmwr i titwi uiiin. i a nil
W'JSKt IMP Annual m
lota will bo sold nt reuon-l
At Lrcrcr & Kueblcr's Dru? Blow,
mohl daw Court 8trcl, reimiewB.
Vn,ili .ill 41... l ..ill... i i
in. ...u iiuihjhi oillCO-llOKIOrS am Tlio mivum f.ir.iW,,. ....4,.-....
w - iaaikii.i.iaii 1111 n n uiu
candidates for re-election. They seem to wwlied to their utmost cujmcity Eastern
liko tho place. If tho imoplo uro sutis- t'0,nJK,tIt,orH "uulo u stubborn tight for
fl.wi H.141. 4i...... ii i ... our iiiruituro trmin. nit. ,n i
. . i .luu 111L1& L..U.I.. L 1 .11 v lllliriir nu l'lll .lff..m. I .. . . . "- ..V.11U .11.11.11
; therefore protection injures A headed if hZ watched VvUTi the Jl e -ci ' ' , B'i Tl 1U'lic fav,or H0 r,,I,illlv that
AVo mMA ns, i,ir lctutIoii of Pendleton ever ci ffih It 1 . Su,,,'Kv Sil W coadjutors on ..'J0 LlllHtorH .. io. Hold Tho
nu ,ik 4i. , ituinenilior baloni is growing ffi,l , 1110
in Protected Germany than in Free-Trade
oountsjes ns well for tho puqioKo of com
pansou, aiid.-jirovo" tlio same thing. If
Time will toll.
such tools as
iurriHh und tho horde of orders from us far EaHt uh Alnnt,,,,,.
41 .. e .t
uium imy proox, uicreioro, or 11 Huh Ih Within ivo yea at tho U rthoHt Pond o
mm nu 4 .... f a .
AVo'll "hist fn.,1 , gumblorH and l.l..v. -.. .,i : ' ... . . " 4. " miunu, und
, .. ' w" i-. .v.. ,..iu Huwmiu m mm i.vti.5 .i iiuuiiniiiiiir uiismcss. TIlOV
.id. B mn.. I.... r. ii . .. I tllril. ill mil AAA ... .1. I i i .
v.vj , ..uiu.. imn ubO
If any lalsjiers aro protected, thoso in
manufactories and mines are most directly
ion win io u uirgor town than Salem
Vl lu.ll...r.. 11 !,.., I. i . .
.. - ...wiv, . ,.wn un niiiuii misiness now.
for ull of thorn f,urnu(l 0l!1 W00.000 worth of work during
to help out the Grand Old Mi ."VT;,
m urn It will no doubt bo a Httrnrlsn to mm.v
o learn that a big business in moat pack
, lug is done in Portland. Tho product of
uiDTcnon tmc m mua
linil 1 1 UIIU I MIL inuunrm
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Assits, January I,
I hllKltlfAV llllu ililr1ln.....l .. I. Ill .11
' Wiut ... C....4 .. . . .. .. """ """".iiv-uii a uiu UHOWlni
i .... vim uviitiiur ir Knnrnuiiiitiiii..,. m.i,i, ii i. .. . i . i uiiu linn lminunf ni nui 4 ...n
protected and most benolitted. Yet thoy h, Congress can't tl,!,,i f V, . wuhrh to issuo nunk notes to th Hon dolhirM Th 1' T mT
are tho ,,oorest paid und most poverty- Z osmiau e Sio ' f full,nount thoir bond dejsit. The Hnn s in th'e "eitj TheSveXold
stricken of any laborers. A carpenter, a unotho TT1?' bkr becoming so poor that " fwtorj iU a fi5tetffgold2
bricklayer, a blacksmith, a printer-nono T. Itff- 1 8,ns M inoaauw of relief iB necessary, and S fttf "Uoodsare fast fflj
of thein protected a pariiclo-earn 1 Sre ZZSl to J?l old John b tho ono to look out fo? AiJ-
wv J-iiu iiuriiu ill
jur niiuu an uuiL-u an uiui, uiu iiiiicuous oi Andrew uurnogio and Alinmi K TTomlit t i ... .. m-iiuuius
Which aro as tho Oregoniau so admirably both made m.my iTfllLLSft ttSKJSTV
stated the othor day, "to run errands for protection, have adopted system of dl- 1 y Hhu,"oful-
r . . .1 i ii. u. . i ...
WrUlIUIl IH.-UIUU UIIU IJUfO UIO CUIllllllllCO Oil VUllllL' DrillitH With imill nvaa ...wl H'l.i 141 1
annionriations. tlw..., i .4..i.. 7" "b , V" .iu man seoniB to
..,vi... ti wuilHUIMIUHJ lllUUIllMliini'OH ! Illlt 1 IIIIV11 "llflnil tlmr. 11 .....1 .. 1. .. i
Ko L'ootl nowsmiiKir man. who in nHn n i, 1IK.....1U.. ,v " no no uus some
- 1 tiiutuiuT in uJwuuiiLiuiiiii. t'iiiniii 1 mmrmiirimi iiiiii. i w.
and willing to perform tho .duties of hi. labor, againsi which they so ndl Tho STTSJ
iUiout tho biggest steal over nronownd
X! . " -. ...
any tuiio or many country, is tho nhimW.
ingdoiieudont iwnsion bill, now boint?dl.
. r - . '
uubhuu ui congress, li tins outnuruon
f 1887 was $150,000.
IWO artificial Htnim fnnliKi. 4..-.. ..
Iwautlful.diirablo llllll .Olt.i.ri .141. .1.1
tu f...,4 4. l.l' .7 " T -v,. 1.1WV.U ttllJUU
WUlkB B 1 0 W00(I Ior Bi"0'
Three artificial ice factories in succcbs-
bill is passed it won't bo long till tho poi- ? .l)0rSttio ehippiug frosh salmon to
ulation of tho country mav 1 dlvLiii MSf11 fertutH uu." ro. big demand
yrossiuau Is a ;long stop downward, not
upward. Almost anybody can niako u
Congressman. Only 0110 out of ten
of Europe suits thorn us
Americans. If thoy cannot
oncuns ut thoir own mice.
Cash on liunil.In bank,
und cmdilieinn 8 603,288 CO
Conliiii bauds of ngontH
huu in coi'rse oi . .
traiminUHlun 880,117 03
Items and nccruod In- ...
torest 81,517 09
Reul entato, unenoum
berod 033,075 60
Lohiih on bond and
reortuaiics (Int. Ion)... .iwuu w
Loans on Colluteiul
Mccurlty 70,av w
In United States bonds, rullroud
siocic.unu wutiouui imnn. hiu
Total Assits, - - $5,288
Resorvo fur ro- Insurunco
r . . r-- Mb wiiiiiiiu fliii..n,ll..lol,.iu 'SiH
ui I......... . - . ""'w ij. imul vour'H hiiMinnuu ut..ni... 4.i i s:-.t""""j - tmjn
. i ... ... i . . . w . v. liuiwiim : lyniuiniiiiMi . i . viiui iuia ' - - " .w .... ,i ..i.uc.B n . .....'. -. .
1111 rmicji. iviii iim imHirinii oi i nn. mnut Af .......i .1 11 . . 1 liuiiihhtim nniiuf tnmiA ......1 n . . 1 1 m 1 - . .
" - 1 w. WW, 1 iuvn ui uiuui wuih, vnu ine iauior lubor r i "v . I,uum) iiuu uh uio urcm-
tot employ. Am- uJlFjTjS$ thS SSSt1
ice, the pauper earnter says-then you'll Ht Z Llt,. t l. $1$
u-lilil i . 1 tunijiuny,
ISA "iB5 COO subscribers and 300 1 US I of wire In ffioome wcSivod' during iM0
vuih nun iiiiixiinn i niwuuiti... i...r.. i . , v ah tti
Circuit Court! 'tZ LSM ,0
of tho I St JohnH 1 -"uuu, iuuwiu una I uriuw in nnniuruiuB.M
' subscribers and 300 miles of wiro ln
thousand is lit ior ine editor ol a news- lulior of Hurono will timn.d.f ukhho tho oxihuibo to W.ooo di.ri.,., A7.
mr that hi worthy tho name of now- enough, and by theso same capitalists who chSoVKft iX"" draw wtoJSSL.
Plr. ' cry loudest for protection. A tow-string and get SWfS?JB.rvB 1,1 fiSgg8"'
Court bus just decided that one
,;Uo P' und tlio
Altogothor, in costs
tho pig has cost tho
ieany L'u mllos of utrnnt ..n lit 1
nnnmllnn .-njr IB IU
,1 r.. 1 ' --.! wumiu IIUU It)
Insure in the old reliuble Uftrttotdi
. . . 1 ij
niiiUi h. Mktii. rii uu wi
dsw PENDLETOK, OREGON,
m Buo worK reauctlou works, Umo