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.MARCH 7, 1888.
Tiik luiiinitl (iiit-nit of tin In Hid whole
wnrlil lit iilxjitt '10,000 ton. Of tlilx lliu
inlnoH of .Malacca prixltico nearly om.-lialf,
iiml lli'"o of Australia, mnl Cornwall In
Knitliiml, nearly oiiefurtli each. Tim
United States now iinHir(M iiiiinially
Mock tin nmniintlnu to nlmtit faWMfiW,
ami plate tin iiiiioiiiiIIiik' to M7,iM),000,or
IH.tKHI.OOi). On Mock tin then) In no
ilnly, hut on plate tin the duly Is a cent
ixiitnil. The fnruluii tin imliHry h!iico
last April Iiuh lieen In the lianilrt of
"tfynilleuto" or "triml," nltico which lltno
the price has ihIviiiicimI from an average
of twenty eentH a oiinil to thlrty-lhe
centH a ikjiiiiiI. Till recently all the
known tin of the world wax conllned
the three dlntrlclH iiIhivo mentioned, and
thexu had Ik'cii worked hundreds of Venn),
The ('ornwall mines arc down IKMM) feet
or over under tint level of the mi.
1'roin a coiiHlilenitlon of tliNhrlef state
meni, mo uiiMriiiiicii oi tun recent nn
noiinceinent that tin had K-en (Uncovered
In Montana may Is) tinderxtixxl. Tin Iiiih
lieen discovered within the past few
months In the lllaek Hills, In lininunco
quantities, and In u few years America
wlllipiarry its own tin-stone, smelt Its
own ores, roll Its own lln-plales and com
vlo In forelKii inarketH with Cornwall
und Malacca tin. The reasons assigned
for tint lateness of the discovery are that
inlnoix heretofore sought only the no-
called preclotm metals, and that this tin
tdono is within the limits of the Sioux
Indian reservation, in which prossctiii)
has N'cn prohihited, or attended with
danuer. Tim llrst discovery was made
over four years init, and some months
afler the llrst lisle was purchased.
.Not only Is the amount of tin in the
Illack Mills deMsits snlllciont to render
this country practically lndceni!cnt of
all fort'lKM Hoiirces, hut the richness is far
In w it s of that of any other mines. The
loiiilm Industrial Itevlew ki.vh that "from
he development of Dakota's unparalleled
tin resources the development ami pro
tfiws of the next llvo yearn will U vastly
urealer. I he IihmI presH have Indivd
much to Justify them in declaring that
'tlm Illack Hills district Is the most won
dcrful tin region discoveied iimii the face
aftlui iuhahitahle xlolie,' and that 'the
Illack Hills contain an inimein-o and In
tixhauslihle supply of rich tin ore, which
will kHp thousands at work for an in
oMimulilo numlHr of years. Besides that,
the tin ctimes In such a form and so near
the sm face that it can U reached mow
easily and cheaply than tin Is reached in
Cornwall or any other country devoted to
, a similar Interest. In Cornwall td.tHX)
miners are. said to Wt employed, and In the
Hlack Hills 10.0 W miners at work in the
Imuienso tin district would hardly more
than chip the rich ledes contaluiiit; tin,"
The irovrtleH of the Cleveland mining
("oiupany already cover twenty acres of
surfaco. The development is aUiut 150
feet deep. The 100-foot level drifts have
Iven run east and west over fit) fevt each
way, developing over 110 dvt in width
uud riiuulnn oer 76 feet of Milid uri-U-n,
ntrryiiiK live veins of tin vw. Nut oiilv
han the end of the urelhou not Kvn
reached in the east drift, hut from surface
Indications It undoubtedly oxtonds more
tuan'.W U further on; and, in fact,
uio tin furnlsliinj; the richer surface croi
. t.. . . I. . ....
puis ues ivyomt in tills ground not wt
ovned liy the end drift.
Uio iMiniMiiy has already hoisting
works, iMusistlnu'of a twonty-four horM
power oiiKino ami Niiler, with cuilahle
puiH and building, and luus develoiHsl
iti plant far enough to put out :X) tons of
oiivriUy. Owliu-totho umit hiw of
the veins the total ivst of ntluln, trans
lH)itiii? and lullliiiK has Uvn thou it J,y
the eaivful iwtlm.itivs of cxpirts not to
ivtil fS.(i0 jvr ton.
Itish) KiluKd that thoso tln-mtiKW
may pwvo as oxtom-Ivy and valuable iw
roHjrted, and that the prvvhu-t can U
kpt out t the handn of mmio roblvr
"trm.i." iiio forelsn xvudicato within
the last fow years has by combining nd
viiiicedthu prlco of tin to the consumer
aliout fifty per cent., and If this Amcr
lean tin illctrict nlso falls Into the hands
of a "xymllcato"' they will want It
"protected" nlwut tun cents a otmd
notwithstanding It can bo pnxlucod mucli
chuaMjr than in Knland, and tho oro Is
lunch rldiurj and then constimcrH will
have to pav not only tho extortionate
price now chared by tho foreign Byndi
nilo, but tho American "protection"
added. And when they have done thh
they will bo o.xiected to go out and
hurrah for the- tarill', which ban pro
tected an Infant Industry.
Tlli: I'UIIMO IIU1I.DINO "comiiini:."
A vr.w dayH ago Congressman Her
mann wrote u long ami pitiliil sort oi
letter to explain why tho bill for tho ai-
propriatiou for tho public building at .ua
lem wan not paiscd yet. Ho cuM it wan
all on account of Democratic lllllhustcrlng
to defeat appropriations for public bulld
ingx, Tho Democrats, headed by lllanil,
had formed u conspiracy to protect tho
mirphiH from being expended.
A very dlirerenl story eomes from a re
liable corrc.iondcnt at Washington. Ho
Hays: "Thu puhliedmlldlng 'coinblno'
in tho House has teaclied such pros;i
tlons and Hitcli prefect Ion of organization
us to constitute a veritable scandal.
Whole days of the present session of Con
gross have ln-en sent Isjtli in tho Houco
and tho Senate, hut particularly in tho
former body, in discussing tho provisionH
of hills appropriating millions ofdollaiH
for the erection of public buildings In
every nook and corner of this vast conn
try. A remarkable feature of tho case is
tho ready, matter-of-fact fashion with
which inenilierH enter Into thew disre
putabio combinations to nvap votes In
HUpjiort of each ollier'n s;t schemes."
Whenever u public building bill is tit
pages can Ixi seen scaiuiering from room
to room, warning ineniliert) that Mr. S'o
and-so'x hill Is up, and ho wants them all
to vote. I hey go, and vote, localise
each Iiuh u similar bill which has lieen or
In to Ikj voted on.
Mr. Ilium! (old thu rowrtor that "morn
than half the incinborH have hills appro
prlating anywhere from f'lO.tKK) to Jl'uO,
OOO.OOO. .No man can alford to nntaL'o-
iur.o any or the measures if lie has u bill
which he desire to pass, nnd tho result
in it combination practically Irresistible.
Tim member who can work through a
iilll lor a snug public hulldhig In his dis
trict is HiiruoHMdng returned, and If ho
hiw no large city in tho section ho repre
sents ho Is not deterred. A small town
will answer every purjiose. There are
now several bills ivnilitnr aniironrlatliiL'
money to put up oxikmisIvo huIMInus In
towns oi lesh than four thousand inhabl
A iHistolllco bullillng In Kalem muv
iKjsslhly Is) necessary j hut no doubt host's
)f tlieso bills aro simply steals. Hut Mr.
Hermann will have to vote for all of
them, in order to get bin pet bill
San Kmneisco Marled In hv asklm for
U-O.OOO for a iinl.lt.- I.nll.l lint ... I'NwmchSU
leased Its apatite, until It demanded
sriO.OOO; and this is only one example of
.Mr.llland and his suiiorterH are not tu
lit tvnsured. Them is a big "coinblno"
to Hollander llflv or a htindn.l mint..,.
lollars in puhlio buildings, a ureal nor
tlou of which will .Imply M tb0 means of
piaudering (lie jtopleri nionev.
i rojierly ex.'iuling public monev in
necessary improvements is ono thing:
luanderiiig it unnecessarily throuuh tho
loiniuueil eltorts ami votes of siirolnu
A t'ne i.f Self-Deiilnl.
Vram the Toxm HIHIiikk.
Ho was brought beforo a Texas justice
on tho charge of dninkenncM.
'Do von plead guilty or not guilty?"
"I don't plead at all. 1 deny everything."
"Do you deny having wen up ncro
"I should Hinilo. AVhy, .fudge. I deny
lielng hero right now. 1 deny that you
aro hero or ever havo been here. If you
catch mo giving tnvself awav, just wako
mo up and lot mo know it .'
Krom tho New Vnrk World.
The fact that coinixjsltoM are paid nearly
twice an much in this country as in Clreat
Hritain is cited as evidence of "Protection"
Itnt uliatDrntectioil haVOtllOCOlllIHisitorM?
There Is nothing to prevent tho "pauper
irintcrs" of Kngiami or oi uio i;ominioir
roni oomlntf hero. Meanwhile, and nil
l.n .fl.ll.. ..ii.i.ujtlfipu urn lnv.til AT iur
IIIU tllillU. lUllip'i""' ...v.
cent, on thclr,"purchaes of foreign ImjiortH
in order to protect somebody else.
Ifnnrv HuckiiiB. of Nebraska City Noli.
In a lit of Passion several Years auo nuulo
a vow that ho would never xpeak to his
wife au'iiin, and, although ho lives In the
fame house with her and Iiuh neon her
every day nlnco he ban kept his word.
A monument which will cost 2.000.000
will soon Ikj erected in Panama to the
memory of (Jen. Ifolivar, the liberator
of Bolivia, Columbia. Keuador, Peru and
Venezuela. Mien ol the llvo lopumcH
will contribute .f-100,000 or the imrtKixo.
Hammer & Estes
rroptlclors o tho
CITY LI V I2JiY FEED tC SAL J.
Bnlod Hay and Crain.
Hpli-inllil Itlirs, Hlnclei nr lluulili', uud
Nndille llorHVN ulivnj'N on hnnd
llorneH honrileit liy tho ilny.
Week or Itontli.
Alt KlmU o( Keeil Per Male, lit rjmitll or
SAYLOR & PATTON, Props
I Tine oiieneil In their now location on
Conn street. In Dcmln block, with nuw and
ShavlntTt 25 conts
Hnir-cutting, - - 25 "
laths, SO conts, or 3 for $ I
The "Klectrie" Is tho name of a now
lnb recently opened In New l ork city
The shoes of the ineinberH aro blackened
hv electricity, thu doors are opened, the
cftib rooms are hcutod and l uhted. and
everything iertaliilng to tlio comfort of
the chid is ierionnei ny tho subtle cur
OKH T1IH C'ONCKttN VOU?
VII nernons Imleliteil In inn bv nolo or lie
roinil lire reiiiiexteil In einc forwanl without
Mrthor delay and (ettlo mime, iia I need
money In in v Innlnrm nnd must have It. If
IIiik reiiioM;U not compiled with, I will pluce
ine ii i' unii in'roiiuix in me iiiiuur oi nil
iiltoriiey for collection.
renilleioii, Orenn. Murnh f), Ikss,
inrliT dw W. D. II A.NMKOltD A CO.
The Rochester Lamp
800 Candlo Power.
grabK-rs Is another.
nn. uregoiihtu harps uum nolhhiL'
these (layn but "wool" and "sugar." "If
Hiigar Is to havo protection," says this
oniorii itlitlon of tho Now York Trib
une, "sugar should lmo Protection. It
In unjust to deprive wool growers of pro
tection, ami give protection to stiirar nds
ers, unit to wool iiiutitifiu-tiirvrH." In all
thin there is an assumption that a taritl'iH
Denellt to the wiKil-erowers. Wo denv
inai it is. the Orceoniiiii. n lii,.v-
. .... . " '
toon not ivlleve that it is. It will not
wy no, howover, till after election.
.Sru.1, tho horde of carjiot-bag otllce
hnntem from Mississippi, Tennessee,
Mrginia and .New York, are Hocking
westwar.1, contrary to a plank in the
Democratic platform. The jvople in tho
Territories can't vote, but their neighliorrt
in California, Oregon, Nevada, Minne
ota and .Nebraska can.
A lt.11,1 SlielUr.
of lUiUiUty.ieamt v .UKik u tihi luck
KaM. nd in his talks alnjut the citv ttl
it was a gKHl p ace fur lk ijj,,,,
; d Itoyakln. the oditor atid ,-ropr e " of
A. 1, IIOYAKI.N,
HOOK AND JOll I KIXTmt
AMI NHWM'.U'KK ITUUSIIKH,
Corner IdiUm and Ninth Mrwts,
Jtoim City, Idaho.
lardholl work done in tho moot
approval mo.lorn htvlo.
No half-soiiH) busincvs. Full immerelen
or way-uudcr work gtiar.uiteeil.
G, I. LaDow's Crockery Store,
Court Street, In Hmt Nutlonnl llnrik
And nt tho unmo plnco you can buy n
GLASS. SET OF FOUR PIECES,
Knrtheimnll mm of
Coma nmld Inko t iKk nt my ktock.
G. I. LaDOW,
It A YER ,0 SILSJlEEfl'roitrlct'i-s
Plain Candies and Taffies,
And dealers In
Flno Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, Clnnrs
Givo Thorn a Trial.
T. C. WARD,
Tho moit nuccoMful
I nnwlnoiitrd In Pendleton, nt thonld ulnml
nt the foot of .Mala street, near tho bridge,
and for tlno
Photographs, Tintypes, En
larging and Copying,
Cnunnt lm oxcolldl anywhere. All work
etiuriiultHMl lo kIvo enllro mitlfctl(m. Hc-
I'l-ruuii), yours, X. V. WA1U.
Are You Protectel
go nity longer without insurance on their property, of whatJ
ever kind; and nearly everyone believes that a policy in ago
Reliable Insurance Ci
Is worth every time what it costs, and procrastination should tM
i tit in i .
uo lndiugeuin wnen it conies to taKing out a policy. In M
lrst place, pick out competent and
ROTHOHILD & BEAN
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloaks, etc
Men's, Ladies' and Children's
Shoes, Hats and Caps,
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
lv of koixN, rruooniihle irlcf nnd
rul r irnitnirnt, wo aim to nivi- i,..r.
liriirrxi our irciiimi'iu, wo mm lo KlVf r.
J.' IllCll.t II
Moorhouse & Co.,
Have Jiut ncflvnt, direct from
COATS, VESTS AND APRONS
Kor l-irkecpern, IUrbr-und
Moorhouse & Co,,
I'mprtetor of the
Flvi'.frnt lleer Hall,
Mnln Ht,,opnolit) no.tnin,-. i,.,ni....
i ... . . i - -..' . 1 1
VOTICK TO CONTUACTOHS.
Kfrtll'd tlll U'lll l.l r.nl... .... ....
IViidl.ton. mi lt mHinVMHre ' t 'e Utl"
ho Krndliie nnd liruvclut r i,"E. ' f
iiio iint;r.ectlon of Thomp.on .trVet with
MLriU5&'7-.V. "' Willi
I tMii n tho U.w .nrv viS, offl?? i!
tm-t. unit mwC"
murWiMi "Hid. on Thoiniiol T -Irt'it.''' T hi
town rwrve. th ,hi to reject u mlnll
Henry Kopittke& Co.,
HAY, GItAlX, WOOD j.vn
Five Cents per Package
If your inert-hunt iIoch not keep them, nciul
V7, Veuctublr, Flower untl Tree
SeedH n liolcsalc and Jletall.
With whom to do your business thoso who represent none be
the best insurance companies and go straightway and insure!
When in search of such agents, don't fail to turn your "peeper?
in tho direction of the oflico of
Clopton & Jackson!
B. F. Shoemaker,
AOKNT KOlt TIIK
Iron Turblno Wind
i0 Co.' ,
nuieiinio nmi iieiatl Denlers In
Al'I.UtY AND 1'OUI.THV BUPI'LIES, ETC.
aw second Strict, lortluiid. Or.
Klmt-elnsj bikxU only In slock,
tlnce bought nnd sold.
BUYS nnd SELLS
Cor. Main and Webb SrrecU,
New Store at ttHv
J. R. BAIRD,
Groceries and Provisinnc nn,-o
Tobacco and Confectionery.
Located m tho EAST OREGONIAN building, Pcndletoi
where you can have any kind of insurance, whether Fire, M
rino, Accident or Life insurance, done up in
It is well to remember that to bo securo you must insuro 'M
ono of tho Thirty Reliable Companies represented 1
Oloptoil & Jackson, with a combined capital of more th:
If VOU contemnlnrn i
v --- 4uiii tiiiLC. iii i iii i miiii ii ii f i t rt r. if I i
- f w... w wWIlV QW W X
and it will cost you nothing. Remember their oflico is in I
EAST OREGONIAN building, or address
Clopton & Jackson,
WEUBSTttKET. . . . PENDLETOV
Witt sell ak low a. the lowest, lor cab.