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Our Inch, or Ii-m, In "eml-Wcekly l'r
Onn liirh.tir In imlly per month. ..... I M
Two Inrhrx. or li-w, In iHith, jut iihiiiIIi... J CO
Ovit tlire! Ini;li, Itolly, per Inrli r
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Over llirt ii IiiiiIm'k, Hi lith. per Ineli per
Hollil tiniiimrnll iiilvrtlmMiienti In Hcinl
Weekly fir llully, llmt linerllon, per Inch,
$l.Ul; cneh miliuiiii'iit In.crtlon,
Iicnl willi'M, tu mill I't linn each III
.M AUOII :i, IHX8.
tiii: n.v.s(ii:it or thhtijii:.
TIiu jrri'iilost niuimco at tin) present
tlmu to it Kovuriiiuuiit of lliu njoplo in tliu
United Whites Is Hid KiW(!rmiil tlio Incii
lout mi'l ilcflant iillitmlo of conilihicil
1 capital. Tlio rapidity with whli li kIkmii
. tie "TniHtH" liavu sprung up in tlio lutt
, fow years, aiiilIlit'lr!vl(loiitik'Hlnii to pay
.no liccil either to law or niornls, Ih a sub
Jeet of tlio gravest unicorn. In New
York tlio evil Iiiih Imh'oiiiu ho Jlniruiit anil
far-rcarlilni; that a coinniltloo of tlio
U'Kinlaluri) waH appointed to invostfcuto
tlio subject, ami doviso means for tho
jiooplo's relief. Hut nun' comes tint ilif
Acuity. Following tho ilaiiKenxis prece
dent sot by .IikIko I'iold In holding that
Htanfonl anil Huntington, tho rail mail
robliorn, could not 1(0 tjnit!lltl to testify
lxjforo a coininltlcn of Congress tlio
money kings and "Trust" barons and
i tholr attornoyH refuse to toll liat thoy
iutond to do. Practically, thoy nay to tho
imoplu: "Our manipulations with your
produco, with tint necessaries of llfo, In
noiio of your concern : now, what aru you
'going to do nlsmt it V"
Thorn is a "Trust" In sugar, fur iixam
plo, which haa obtained absolute control
1 'of Mlm greater ortloii of that commodlty
' juanufacttirnd, and which haa advanced
tho prlro several cents iv x)iliul. Tho
lilt inauufacturvrrt o( aliuwt o very oilier
commodity liavo h1hi comhlucd, to con
trol tho market, make tho pcoplo pay an
abnormal and an tmro.iHonatilo prico, and
!imko thommilvoa mllllonairoH. Omo
. thoy uiich havo poacmlon of mlllloiiH,
thoy can oloct loKiHlaturort, ovon con-
..tiren.vrt, to nult tholr will.
Tho next le.ovo will Uia "Trout" of
"Trunin;" or a combination of tho va-
rloiw lili; "TiiimIh" into ono rand coiihoII
datiou of capital, which nhall conlrol all
prlivK, and all cKixlation. A'.iiiiht mich
a monitor coll what cuu tho iinoriiilr-ed,
dlmiullcd, parly-iHTvInu, halMilhid hi
plo tho produicra ami tho coiiHiimcrH
and tho workluKiiiou do? Nothing.
lhoy will lio (MiwcrlcHH. Thoy aro all but
jmiwciIohh, it mh'iiih, already. Jjiw-mak-
urn aro HHilt to ntvh tho "TniHtH" rather
than tint pcoplo, ln'catiMill "yH" Ivtler.
ThocourlH, mouldy with tcchnlealitv and
Htarchcd with urMocracy or.if mrcHitary
bribed with a lilvral fraetion of tho phiu
dor aro only too ready to fanUm tho let
Htcra with rlvcta of judicial tlociHioiH.
I ho iDiiHolldalel inonoy iNiwer will
then, In even a far router detco than it
law dono already, dlitalo to tho nlxty
nillllon poploof themi I'nlled StateH how
tuui'ii tliey uliall pay (or what thoy eat
- und wear and work with and thev will
liavotopaydoaily; and will also dictate
at what prleon and when and where thoy
bliull roll their produco and the proceeds
will Iki pitifully Hinall and ncaut,
Tho iximbinatlonn and "Trunin" muxt
lo bhiken, and btoVou with a ptroni;, rono
Into, relontleM hand i and tho xooner the
hreaklnt! K-tjinn, tho U-ttor, Liw U well
onoiinh ; but if (ho law, an Interpreted by
fomtlllfasl or corrupted uairt PtaivU in tho
way, It nuiHt K) pilnhe.1 axido um the lc
ploV euoiuy. Older, and oUmIIoiuv, and
tpilotmw, and coutvntml luduxtry are
KhI thtnpi! but rather than In Kmud
down to K'tfdom, tho iHHiple of this coun
try imiKt for a llmo lay oil' thesi' decent,
.......... .1.. ..i ..i . . .
iM'i.-Miij nuiw!; v uilOM, ailtl put Oil
tho red mantles of indignant omdainiht,
und tho weapons of warfare which i-hall
dojiiHtliv to tho bunion loarorn.
Thin (Into will iMiue, but wo fear not
Hoouenounh. The time will come, but
w fear not till hatred and reveno hhall
U tho lunpirinK motles. The time will
iMtno when tho coils of this monster myr-Iad-eulled
auawnda of capital will K
lovsnel, but wo fear only by xbarp, two
letter would it K for tho fannera and
workluiuen to unite in opponition now;
to prisvod with nuxlerato and ivaeeful
hhuIkhIsj to IuhsI not the appeal to party
prejudice or luitv leal, but form within
lluniUHdve and twin themvUes a ivo
plostuity. ThisUuo it. plain cnemjh.
Can tho KuderH Iv found ?
advick to camii.ti:h.
If candldatcH for county ofllccs were
not ho anxious, they would nuccced qulto
as wull-pcrhaw bettor. Tho delepite
If ho Le Intclllv;ent and duHlrous only of
Isjft Hcrvlni,' thu public, as ho fhoiild bo
don't want to l,o pustorod witn men nuni
Inii for ollicoH. If the men are lit, and
aro needed, and are wanled, thoy will Isj
hunted out fat enough, eieclally If thoy
havo nerved a term or two, ho that tho
people can JmlK'e of their ability.
Our advice to delegates or to protqieet
Ivo deleirale.s Is to Iwwaro of tho man
who in-llH that ho mtiHt bo nominated,
that nolwly elne will do, that thero are
deep and dark conspiracies aKalnct him
on account of his ureal virtue and excel
lence. It Is projier enough for a man to
entertain a moderate and well regulated
deilro for an olllce ; It Is not reprehensible
to mako this fact generally known, ho
that the isjoplo'H roprcHcntativert in coif
ventlon axHembled can act iiikjii It If they
choose J but light thero tho Hollcltatlon
hIioiiIiI cease. A delegate dues not want
to bo Ixircd to death, and too great ur
gency ought to and no doubt often does
prejudice him against tne urger.
Hither party In this county has half a
do.en probably wo might nay twenty,
or oven more men who would mako a
Hiilllclently good Hherlir,orclerk,orcounty
judge, or assessor, or commissioner.
When It comes o legislators, thy cholco
Is not ipillo m easy, lcause thcee aro
subjected to tho wiles of K)HtIclans and
M'hemem of more oxorionco If not moro
cunning; and therefore only men of un
usually bright and sound Intellects should
We honestly think that If our friends.
tho candidates and this without Hjsjcinl
reference toanvono u nart citlar would
slnv rluht at homo and attend to their
regular business, merely telling the jn'o-
pie that tliey tiro "wllllir," they would
lie unite as sum of success, and certainly
Mould Iks more deserving of it.
H. (i. Ili'iisu is alsjiit to establish
another Republican paor!n Maker City.
The Itovelllo remarks that unless ho In
tends to run a chop-mill ho will havo very
Utile use for his steam engine. If llursh
would run a chop-mill ho would lie moro
useful than be will ever ho running an
If Tin: Daily Hst Oiihuonm.v don't
give you tlio nous as you would liuo It
say ho and by saying so you may lend us
an Idea. No aro not so Ignorant mm to
lieliovo that Hiihscrilicrri can not render
great assistance by Just criticism and
voicing their sentiments now and then.
(!oiiv.i,i.is haa a new pajier, tho Time.
That town already had two good county
p.is'rs, ami thero was no moro excuse
for a third than a cat would havo to pe
tition tho legislature tor three tails.
Ksr don't need any pulling down.
He's always up, and down, just at tho
A VkIiiaIiIm ll.lltnt.
Tho decision this week of tlio Supremo
court In the case of tho Oicgonnud Wash
ington Moitgago savings bank vs tho
SheriU'of Multnomah county is iiniuiriuni
.1.- I .1. . L' .. . . . . 1 . ..
iiiniiiiniiii mo rune, renewing Is tlio
1. frilled list of taxable pro; vrlv
iiiiim riHie, m'cuoii ,n:i, 1110 verlliei
list leolllied under tbt . k.etl.ni lu. f.i-
ulsbed the ii"sessor by a taxpayer dm's
not constitute an ai.Mssineiit ulum m.
eelved by tho asM'scor; it siuijilv aids
him lu obtaining a true ileM-ription of
taxatilo prosrty, and Is evidence from
which ine assessment mav Ihi made.
Assessment Proisitv Is Mitt IIUMt.tl
ed, though on tho vciHled'Hct, until It Is
sei iionn m 1110 assew-n lent roll, as re
quired by section l'"70. Hill's cslo.
;i. Itoanl of equaliation, Its powers
ami iiunes ine isiardof oqnali.ation, in
making the 'rop'r eonectlons under pec
lion .,,t), Hill h code, may nlaco on th
assessment roll liroi.-rlv otntaxiiavi
1 . . . . , ... i.i.Hi-i
Which h:iil Ken o mill. ..I I... il.
or not asm-SM'd, ami this without thutluee
nays nonce ui s u n taxpayer. Notice Is
1 'quisito only wi,.u the valuation of
pnijvriv aiieady a-hesMd Is raised.
I. 'laviitliin ,1ml ..ll.tl.
ln'foro equity will lulerfero to enjoin 'tho
collection of a tax the facts presented
must disclose a case falling under sonio
uvoKiiueu ueaii 01 quitv jurisdiction
such as preventing a nuiltiplicitv to tax
at Ion, removing cloud from t"V or the
like, or seeming illegality of the .
I .. APM-ssors-They act judl allv In
,the yalualion of propvity, and their de
terminations aiv binding in eases whuiv
un-! ii.ui- jiiriMiieinm, until roporwd or
i iirnieu ij pome triiiiuial having
, thoiite In i-.nl.uv ll,..lr ,...li ...
0. "iteuuHly of Taxpiiyew-Thoiemeilv
1 of the hiNpajers in all ordinary caes for
. ...un in um ,1MHN-Ilell IS lOgOlK'IOlO tho
..Mm ..i eipmiuauoii, and, laiiing to ob
tain rediess, to peek it by writ of review
ICI111.1 vu I m. f II I.. ........ .. i j .
i i. "'"i") , . uregon, a.i,s,
and lippleton vs auihill county, s Or-
CLMII 'tU. .ll.I.r.......!
-O"-.., .'l'l VII.
I-oiiMiic up lliiiui't,
Krem llio Wail,. u-uii . u.,i....
Two gentleman from Kansas are in the
citv 11s iiiK-!iii...i .i.h.ii 1......
ment land for a Kirty of (KHiple there who
..v.iv ... ri ii,i. in uiW K'ctiou tins sum
" iniesiiay tiiey made an 1
aiuluation oftho plats and will mnb
exauiination of tlio laud uote.l as otvn
i.Vi i'si r"-' r1' ""ending colonv
are Pick of droughts in piunmer and blU'-
zaril4 in iviiit..n ... .1. .1 . . . .
in, 1. : . " "u''r presenuioine,
iiinti desire to come ton ismnirv m1...;
I ?.,'.R.atlUw .'irl-v;. 'w of them havo
........ niv.iii, i.ui uu are bUtlieientlv well
citltens ,,ulUMr'w to mako valuabl
A NOVKI. MAltltlAOK.
tnln.il'ToirelluT lir Muliml ABreincnl.
l'rom the Tucoma Lcilijer.
, Tho following novel document was filed
i In the auditor's olllco yesterday afternoon:
I "W'e.Jolm K. Hums (a widower) and
Thcnlo .1. Tavlorfa slnglo woman) of
lawful aire of majority and unmarriei ,
both of Pierce county, v asnuigion lum
noiii oi riuriu i.u my i vry"T: i
tory, to U as ruly o, all into nts a. an
imjm'S iiisiianu ami ne an i
coultl have Iwcn if the marriage had leen 1
died "m In ster of
the gopol" and from and after date
hereof mutually declaro ourselves, "hus
band und wife." ... ,
In witness whereof wo havo hereunto
sot our hands and alllxed our seals.
John h. HniNs,
Thknik X. Tavloii.
Signed In tho presence of
T. 11. Tayi.oh, M. I).
Mas. T. H. Tavloii.
Dated this Kith day of l-ubrtmry, A. 1).
However tho parties Hcem to have
changed their minds about tho ellleieney
of tho marriage as tho doeui lent Is en
dorsed on thu back under date of August
I'J, 18S7. six months after, by Judge Cen
ter, certifying that they were on that
date united In marriage by him. Mr.
Hums was formerly a county commis
sioner and resigned August :i. Shortly
afterward ho and his wife started Kast,
and only returned a few days ago.
A Welifnot Girl.
A gentleman living In Alblna tells tho
Alblna Courier man of a girl lorn at
Klba, near Indeioiidonce. who is web
fooled, for a fact. The girl Is now nine
teen years old, and lives at a intio town
on tho (J. It. X.
Shortly More her birth and when her
parents were rcsldlngat Hola.liermothei,
.. I... ....... .. ...... .......or (.. Ilw. I'.liillli. C..IJ)
mill nil'. (I iiunwiiivi ... ...v . . v -., .
was continually making sortof tho Web-1
Cl... ..!. I.. I.1I,.I.. ,
IVUl. . JIU IUUK IJIl'IJ .JV.lf-IVII - .....V..1.V.
their manners, customs and habits. Fre
quently her neighlwrs laughingly told her
to beware for she was liable to raise a
iniileiif uelifeet herself.
iiuloiibtcdly some of theso retorts
caused a ileoti Imiiresslon on her mind.
! At any rate alsiut thu lirst thing tho
mother Inquired about when the child
was Ihidi was in regard to tho babo'H feet.
Miifli In tmr uilpuriuii (mil .Itmriwt tin. 111
fant was found to Ixi welifooted.
Dulng tho girl's childhood the' peculi
arities of hur lower extremities was well
known amoni! her near nclidilsirs. but
slucu she has attained womanhood the
fact has licen carefully concealed. Shu
lu I, ...i..,. ., i i .ui .. ., n
in iinii. . II..II.I-.I iiiiu llll, i.v.lir. ruiuii
shoe, and, with thu exception of the webs
I,... 1.... I ...I.. .. ....
in;k.ii-i;ii iivi itnjn, lliln lin Plllljiv'l u ivuh in
any young lady.
Tin fitm. .L'lir. lilttt Tuitl nard ttt
miu fiitvi. "lio niivv f.v-. k-'Viiiiuin ill
Salmon river last fall, has been captured
through thu instrumentality of Mr. Me
(irash, of Hllensburg.
ininiiK .laniiary - cargoes, .i',iim,uou
feel of IiiimImip U'lirw ulilm.l frmti Pnip.it
U.111111I .ll.'Iil.i.l uu fiill.iii'u . l..t !n.. .1.1..
"...., .......I... t. 1 . WIV llllllIIU,
7,'U7,)0a feet; Port lllakeley. fi.OlH.OOO;
Port Mndiwn, 3,0)0,000; t'tsalada, ,'J80,
000; Port Ludlow, (l.'JoO.OOO; Port Hail-
1....1. 1 A-.A ll
BY THE GUN
COUltT STREET, PENDLETON, OREGON,
Largo stock of
G-uisrs, pistols, A-MMUisriTionsr,
And a heavy assortment of Reloading Tools.
WI3VOHB8TESR. -A.3NTX M-JElIlSr nXIFVLESIS
Of tho latest models.
FULL LINE OF GUN REPAIRS.
WINCHESTER REPEATING SHOTGUNS!
If ,ou iute-d purclmsms, fait .0 call. If , , Knnt t0 do,,t fi .,
TATrvn t IT WILL DO YOUR EYES GOOD!
' JONES & OO., rp iyr nT, .T
The Modern Mlrncle.
From tho Aflorlftn.
llrlcf foreign illspatcheH Illustrato u
modern miracle. From Australia, I hlna,
Tinkev, news Is Instantly and miraculous
ly flashed tothofar-oirshoresof the iNorth
Paellle. This morning the readeraof this
paper will learn of what occurred last
night In lands tho most ro mote.
.... ...I.. .......I!.. iiftitir
Last uigniiu "iiio ni'u nin nuuir,
,,: ,,..r n,,, .Vn. uiW0 it, In tho g ooni oi ,
o wal. 1 e W 1. 1
1L III SIIV i'.v c "i i
B V 1" , ii,iiuii vh lotto. Th s i
post have Mam . 1 Hl' , , todlles
.,A,.,li.,f , it breakfast n nillllon families
mav rea.l tho story ami contemplate tho
i .. .i ..ttiiilm ulileli will sac-
rltlen ts ch (Iron ail lis (irumixjai inn
escort the s n I Its progress around the '
c.et..r "in of b lonely traodv is
uirtll i I I
noun. 1 "I' , ,, 1 ..
1 ii... i..i...riitib line, by many un ,
ancient river and many n coral strand. I t
skirts the Indian Ocean. It stops for breath
at Aden. .Helton symphonies if Its wires
aro touched bv winds that Iwro the Hiilto-
catlng cries of l'liaroairs norsemen aim ,
the triumpliaiit songs of Marmlan und tho
darkeved daughters of Judea. It Hashes
1.1 1 U.vl.ti.v It ti1iiiii.ua llitll
ny ivraiuni iimi I'liiii.'.- " 1 o-- 1
tlio flellesixint ; where lAander swam to
meet his love. It crosses the path Payniin ,
and Christian, Oothand Vandal. Across
i.lalns that slusik with tho tramp of the I
Cnisaders.aiid over mountains that echoed
I V. JIINHlCIPilHiuuivi "r
to tho artillery of iNiipoloon, it Hiveus 11s
arrowy wav. Willi a tsjund it crosses tne
silverv streak' of Knglish Channel, wiitz
zing tlirough tho green Ileitis of Lngland
.....I In.lnnil fiver u'liutu-iml. ntralll it divCS
llllll . V V w... ........ ,.r,....
ami iiom iiiiu uiu nui in iuuiiinui
Throe thousand miles mid long sea ferns
, 1 t t. . . t ..II tl...
and Ptrango nsiies, ami wtccks 01 an mu
a.vs which pave tho deep imfathoined
c.ies of ocean, and in a moment tho op
orator of the great daily of the great mu
troislis is catching tho subtle pound.
To the press with it. Marvelous ac
complishment I While the llfo of tho vict
im Is yet oozing upon tho dark sand of tho
Hurnieso wilderness, ayo, liefoio tho Ilrst
gray streaks of dawn has shown to tho
vulture tho bleeding clay, tho story is
again Hashed across tho thousand miles
from Now York to Chicago, is thero ro
tated on countless wires to the Gulf, tho
.Mississippi valley, and across tho moun
tains and tho thousand intervening miles,
till nt last, farthest west of all tho thou
sands of newspaper in tlio union, tho
Daily Astorlau relates the Ptorv ton thou
sand tulles from tho scone of tlio murder.
There is nothing in the wildest and moHt
fantastic talo of Oriental jugglery or
Hastern magic that equals In llight of fancy
ho bare sober recital of this fact.
llnivtn tell lilt's friuii Nlm's.
Joe llanor pells canary birds in Yalla
Wallo. Tho other day a lady customer
called to purchase a bird, and asked Mr.
llauer how ho distinguished tho sexes,
and ho replied: "Well, madam, that's
easy. When ho sings It's a ho, and when
she slugs It's a she." The lady departed
with 11 "ho pinger," according to Mr.
llauor's rule, well satlslled. This is a
novel and original plan and tho readers
of this paor has Joo Manor's won), and
It lu ...1 II...I ti... ..1 ...1.., III... ..
11 in (.w.., ...... i'ii.ii iiui.n ll&U Ik
charm and never falls to dlstlnuiilsh a ho
and a sho. Mr. llauer is capable of
writing a work on "sho" with a pcquol
"he," or how to "get on" to tho soxes of
SHOT GUNS FROM $5.00 TO $50.00,
At tho establishment of
Taylor, Jones & Oo.
An Irnlo l'nb1l1mr.
From tlio Ccnlorvllto Homo Pre.
,oino ono, well known to um. thought
ho played a smart, nhrewd trick on tho
Press Sunday, by "plelng" our local typo,
Dlaclng l's In the 1 box, and ho on. Wow,
wo don't llkothiH kind of a trick at all.
and when wo becouio more i convinced of
the susiK'cteil party, wo will publish IiIh
namo. It might havo Iwen for miito
work, and agalii It might havo been dono
worK, ami agmn i "H" . -
, (luI, , lm I)r0HHlng . . wW ..
has. Wo w However gno mm
l a we are on his track, and that he hail
better keep clear of this olllce.
ti-.ll ll.,(.,-.l r..l if
dlsturd religious meetings
iiooiiiuuir .-..... ,7.
linker City. Thov ot.gl. to l hauled
un In short order am. heavily (hied.
A bouse, with a I am thai wilt -tnblo four
lior-eK. Apply to A. 1). 8 1 nt till olllce.
.v i'ie. pi-vts
v.ny 1 1 h ckpiTh
V.,,,!, ,(l mklrir iiwm tlmn four llnej
live cents au Uiertlou.
roil I IlI'TINO
Can he had nl tlio Kast Ohkoonjan oftlco
nt prhM Mint will prove (hey ate cheaper
Hum thoe of any other prlntlnic houno In
r KOA1. IlIiANKa.
Morn limn two hundred forms nf legal
hlituks nt this ofllee. Lawyer nnil others
ni-cdliiK special form enn 1 e mipplled.
For the next thirty days I will sell ut ten per cent, abovo
cost the hirge3t and best stock of boots and shoes that is in
$2,000 worth of Buckingham & Ilecht celebrated boots and
$3,000 worth of C. M. Henderson goods, who is considered
one ot the best manufacturers in the United States.
$1,000 worth of Sailer Lewin & Co.'s ladies' lino kid shoes,
of tho Sailer Lewin make, Philadelphia.
1,000 pair children and Misses' shoes.
500 pair of slippors, of all grades.
Don't delay, but como und get bargains, at tho Pendleton
Boot und Shoo store.
JAS. WHEELAN, Prop.
JUST READ THIS!
The Rochester Lamp
0OO Cancllo Power.
G, I, LaDow's Crockery Store,
Court Htrout, In Klnt National Ilanlc
And nt tliosnmo placo you onn lutyn
GLASS SET OF FOUR PIECES,
Kortliennnll sum of
Ooino mult I lako u. itxik nt my stock.
G. I. LaDOW,
tlsw mch3 4t l'KNDLETON, OniMON.
j 1 1
II Jilil iiii.ii .ii minim. . ... .j , j mi .Mil IC-
povor lilm by oxpeniJIng 18 00 In mlTcrttnlnr
In tho Kast Oiikoomiah. It cntclin them
PRAZER'S OPERA HOUSE.