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JVlAIiOII 7, 1888.
Nov Simmons, whoso ntrnniro suiddo
wiih roiorto(l by telegraph yesterday, was
plowing on Howell umlrio. near Salem.
with tlirco horses; Ho imhltchctl two of
tho three horses, tied ono end of a halter-
strap to the doubletrees nnd tho other
end around bin neck, and Htarted tho
THK llO.lltl) OY TUAIItt,
Onircm Klrctnt A Lnrire Addition of Sow
McikIhth I tlio AitvurtUhiK Hehetua
Last ovcnlng wiih tho tlmo for tho reg
ular meeting of tho Pendleton Hoard of
horses, lying down untl allowing himself Tul: 11,0 evening wan stormy and tho
WOOL ANI TIIK TAltlKI",
Svtmllilo Views ofu Wool O rimer Iiic tho
Tiirlfr lli'lp the Wool l'rodncrrn?
To tlio Editor of tho Knit OrtKotilati,
Amu, Oniuiox, March I, 1888.
Doubtless jnany other wool growers of
;ht" Sang M7 Flow.
TIIKKE CASH AWAHDS.
TIlO IHltlilsllCM of tho Kast Oiikoonian
8IXTV Dom,aiw In Bold coin to tho firm or
Individual who, tlurlntf 1110 year ions, exponas
I I......I..I.... lit II...
TIlO 111081 IllOIH' I" iiuuiiiiu 111 mo
11111I1U III II1U U.lll.l lllll nvilll- H tvn.J
Kcrmiil Award t
Koutv I)oM.Aiis In gold coin to tho pornon
k.1... ittitPfilllyi.N 1110 OIIICQ IllOftL CXICllMVL'IV
AST UHKOONIAH, ciuicr nir pnpcrn lur mum-
...I...... .1. It.... tbtd
Tlilnl Awimt I
TWKNTT Doi.l.Alw.ln gold coin to tlioilioy or
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crlptlotis to tho Pally or 8etnl Weekly East
II LI IlIAri IIIII IIITLL-nL Mill Ull 11 . 11 LI 1 1 ULI LI1I1
Record of the niiKiuuh jmld In will bo kept
nrcumtvly nmt H-crrlly by thtn ofllco until
tin ii ur iinlu wltl linvn II10 tirlvtfncrn nt ntmrtf
Inn it" by keeping an account for thciiiftclvex.
AKi-nM who rccclvu commluMmiH for their
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urit win nub uu imuw I'll iu luuij'uiu iui
1 thco uwaritK.
KnntOrcffnnlitii rub. Co., i
''c 1 ..-: 11. .1. a ..i.. ..i... .. . 1 1 iiiiu uni'Tifiti 11m 111 rnpnmr ni 11 inniitnri.ii 1
10 no cnoued and drugged to (team. - 1'?." . 1 ' id. u , " ' w" ' .. 7 . Tho following farmers in
luuiuiiurn iHMiiir lirn.MoiiL. aiiu iiri'Hiiii;nL i .'niii". w ui..vni? unnuiu unu inu i - o
Doing auNcnt .Mr.
Harney Kenedy, of Echo, in in town.
For meals go to tho Masonic icHtaur-
J. E. 1,011011 Is nilu) ifick .at tthe Pen
Tho tar Itestaurant is tho
uliii'ii" to i'pt mollis.
Wi'Ht-lHinnd uaHHCiiL'cr train
'iintiru iitTi inur iiiiriir.
McMlnnvlllo is' to have 11 now school
hoiiM) and court house.
Tlio City Drug otoro uses tho
medicines that can Ihj obtained.
Tho Pendleton hotel has been closed to
business since tlio llrst of tho month.
Tho Dally East Ojikoonian. by mail.
$1) n year j by carrier, 'S cents 11 week.
Prescriiitlnns eoniiKiiinilnd ilnvor nkdit
by competent druggists, at tho City Drug
Work of cementing and hricklnit tho
resorvoiron tho hill will lo soon commenced.
Lungtry's choico cigars uro tho "fel
lows" to smoke. At lungtry's, oioslto
Aloxundor & Frazcr uro ojicning up to-
Mil at Ihmm littInj tt lniiiiluntin
tliij Ik IUIKU tJJVUHU VI liU41imjilU 1111'
. D. HiuiNfoniA Co. trivo notice to
iii.ir riimi iiiiiin. u iini imiiiiiiiiiii i..iiiiitii
imiiiir "n w ifviinv."
Watson k Luhrs, of tho planing mill,
roiKirt that their iiiihIiiphh ih liiiieh in-
Mrs. N. E. Dcsnain is having hor rest-
UUULU l 1 A UUIII L PLIUUt III! 111,11 IIIUIIIII1 nW lb
A threo-ston brick hotel, on tho silo of
mucK iiio iiaiiusuineNi in iowii.
Tho Cassio Meek stock of goods at Con-
iivi lllVi tuiuim.) i'uii,iiuri;u iy a. jv.
Dawson, is tielng sold out at coot.
PaHHongers coining over on tho Walla
alia train on their way to fortland and
the East oat sunner in Pendleton.
Tliore nro four hotels and six restaur-
jmisau renuioion. ami inero aro tro nit to
Ixi built two mora brick hotels thin vear.
The timo to open bids on tho Court
Jiouao block lias Uon extended to April
1th, ling tho llrst day after tho probate
Howell & Co.. furnituro dealers on
Court street, havo lately improved tholr
lilill'A nf IttlultiDMhi liV nHf ttir In ii iiiiip 1
uoor aiw iilng.
Win. Vfwuiirt J. 11. Sullivan, of Echo.
nro in town to-dav to rminw tlinlr llinmr
license. HcmonstrahcoH havo leon hied
against IxXh of them.
.Sam McCaulov was in town vestor-
day, and got tho now desks for school
district No. 112, inadoby Watson & Luhrs,
nt their Pendleton planing mills.
Laura Nondel. of Woolbtirn. OreL'on.
has sued Iniiiuil Wulkur. n luwiinlnr fnr
3,000 damages, for breach of promiso of
marriago. Walkor haH ubscoiuled.
James Whcelan has lust received ton
dozen of James Means' seamless shoes,
tho liest $3.2.) shoos fn tho world. I la
has tho oxclusivo agency for theso shoes.
A stranger who was looking at tho fire
arms In hdgar'H pawn shop yesterday
accidentally discharged a pistol, the liall
passini: tlirouuli tno back wall, ilolnir no
All momliors of Damon Lodiro. K. of
P., aro earnestly requcstod to lw in at
tendance this evening at tholr Castlo
Hall, as thero is work in tho llrst and
third degrco, and other busiuess of im
portance to bo liorformed.
A red cow. owner unknown, whilo at
tempting tho gastronomic feat of putting
away a barrel of .apples and two gallons
of butter brlno last night, from tho yard
of Mrs. Despain, died in tho attempt,
and in hor doath gluttons can draw many
Walla Walla Journal: Both of our
worthy eotomiorarios seem to lx willing
now to eall tho now Stato, about to Imj
created, Columbia. Tho Union sagely
adds: "Then when tho world nines tho
Mr. John A. Ix)ng is in receipt of tho
sad intelligence of tho death of his
mother, at her homo near lluntsvlllo,
Arkansas, on tho morning of February
25th, after a long and p:dnful illness.
Mr. Long has many friends lioro who
deeply sympathlzo with him in his great
Tho Democrats of North Pondloton pro
duct held a meeting last evening, and
nominated the following delegates to the
county convention W. F. Matlock, J. 11.
Kccncy, T. F. Hourko, W. E. Crows, II.
J. Taylor and Hluford Stanton. This is a
good solid lot of Democrats.
Oilloer William Mcrritt, of HakorClty,
was shot In tho leg while attempting to
arrest a man named Lonsdale, who was
trying to ollcct an entrance into a jewelry
store. Another olllcer camo to Sierrltt'H
assistance and together they Bucccsdcd in
capturing tlio would-bo burglar.
In tho window of Campbell & Wilson's
millinery storo can bo seen two teal
ducks and a "vlddy" studied. This ex
cellent work of tho taxidermist's art was
performed by Mr. Kalph Bernard, of
Charles Bcniflcld has served out his
term iu the penticntiary. and was dis
charged last Sunday, diaries did not
appear to bo naturally a bad boy, and
may make a respectable man of himself
Tho Umatilla ltcal Estato and Loan
association sold 5 lots in block 181 to M.
B. Johnson for $1(UX) cash to-day. Mr
Johnson will use this ground in conncC'
lion witn ins rcuuicton nursery.
W. S. Oliver and family leavo
for Davcnjiort, W. T., where Mr,
will engage iu the stock business,
havo been residiuu near Pino
Several firms and ersons havo already
Iwgun to compete for thu awards, amount
ing to 120, cash, oflorcd by .tho East
Oregonian Publishing Co.
N. J. (Jerking, on old Pendleton man,
is over from his Grant county stock ranch,
where ho is prospering, llo will remain
There aro now mora improvemcnta being
made in rcuuicton at tuts tune man at
the owning of spring of any previous
To-dav has been mora like winter than
for several weeks past, snow falling most
of tho forenoon, but melting as it fell.
During tho last seven days Watson it
I.uhrs havo received thirteen car loads of
lumber, uggrcgato 1110,000 feet.
J. J. Shall and August Stangicr each
havo a dwelling house in course of erec
tion in tho upjier end of town.
J. G. Wright, proprietor of tho Chicago
store, is spending a vacation in Los
Angeles, reuniting his health.
h, II. Palmer of Pahnor&Itoy, typo
founders and press dealers, will bo In
town iu tho next fow days.
Tho Pendleton planing mill is running
lull timo. Eighteen hands aro at present
engaged at tho mills.
W. II. Kennedy, an old timo engineer
of tho O. H. fc N. Company, is registered
at tho Villard house.
Norman Nicholson made proof lefore
County Judgo Lucy yesterday on his pre
James A. Fee's office Is now located in
room 11 over Lcezor & K.uoblor's drug
Fred Kemper has recovered from his
Into severe sjiell of sickuoss.
0. O. French is building u dwelling in
tho vicinity of Dyers' mill.
Moorhouso & Co. sell Now Orleans
J. J. JJallorav was
chosen chairman and J. H. Eddy secre
tary pro torn. Tho list of applicants
published a fow days ago In tho East
Ojikoonian was read, and on motion the
rules were suspended and tho gentlemen
wero elected by acclamation, and wero
declared full members of tho Board.
Election of officers leine in order, tho
following were elected by acclamation, to
servo lor mo remainder ot tno year: rres-
Kicut, John ). iiallcray; vico president,
U. Aloxander; secretary, J. B. Eddy;
executive committee, Lot LIvcrmorc, 0.
b. Jackson, and S. Hothch Id.
Tho regular standing committees will bo
appointed at the next regular meeting.
Mr. Wager, chairman of tho railroad
comniltteo. rejiortcd progress, nnd on
motion tlio committee wus granted
iiirtner timo toretort llnally.
Mr. Marston stated that as ho had not
met with the encourairement ho expected
from tho owners of tho gravel-bar and
tho raco-track grounds, ho was not sure
of lieing ablo to carry out tho proved
advertising project, and on motion, it was
decided to deter mo apjioiiitmont oi tho
advertising committee till another meet
Adjourned till noxt Tuesday ovenlnir nt
i mm p. in.
Bowman Housk P. Norgmird. Sho
shone, Idaho; I). A. Heodor, W. II.
Keener, J,, u. Boeder, Adams; II. West-
lilln t t. n T f1
II. llarr, J. J. Scott, I. II. Ward, (Juss
oiatior. uity; m. a. r.akcr, Weston;
John Vessoy, Pilot Bock; L.A.Morris,
L. A. Dart, 0. II. Patrick, Wallula; Mrs.
Harris, A. Smith, Harry Burokor, Walla
Walla: W. Sails burv. Moscow. O. It. &
It.; I). J. Sinclair, Portland.
ViixAKii Housi: II. W. Mitchell, E.
II. Keehan, P. 1). do Flon, Portland:
Mrs. Hill, Portland; J.B.Sullivan, Echo;
J. W. Beard and wife. Echo: 1). S. Har-
dacro, Pilot Bock; Clem T. Bccso,Adams;
L. Liebman, San Francisco; W. D.
Shallcr, Philadelphia; E. E. Lance,
Philadelphia; II. Miller, Milton ; Hank
Vnuuhn, Centorvlllo; S. Crowdor, Con
tcrvlllo; II. T. Donovan, Boise City; O.
E.Adams, Pilot Bock; Hcnrv Stover,
Country; Bobart Wakclleld, O.'B. AN.
Goi.iii'.n Bulk HotkIi James Wilson,
ueo. siniiii, weston; u. w. Johnson,
iMoniana; j. a. .inns, jamcs uraig, Jtt
nijiar: John Montgomery, Cold Spring;
J. L. Dooly, Alba ; Chris Combs, Ilellx ;
vm voss, j.cno; wm. iteiuy, union;
A. ItoolT Halbert. Walla U'ldl.i; Jno
Walker, J. Parks, Despain Gulch; J. B.
Campbell, E. , Vinson: 1), B.
Hartwell, II. H. Hurvey. City; Miss
Klchanlflon, Umatilla; I), J. Coloman,
now loric; j. u. leinion, i.ena; w. a.
Sutherland, Walla Walla; N. Nicholson,
Jus. Douglas, Cold Spring; Jno. McMul-
Ion, Union; He v. rather Vernlllo, Lap
wui, Idaho; Bov. Father Mercer, IIcpii-
ner; uov. raiuer jtrouuard, rortianu.
Cmlct Company Orcitnlitri.
Throuuh tho otrorts of L. B. Llvermoro.
son of Ixit Livermoro, tho names of twenty
(h o Iwvs wero socured to a petition headed
tltuH s Wo tlio undersigned 1kvs of Pendlu
ton nKreo to organlro with tho help of
Mr., J. J. Worcester, a Boy's Military
vjiiipuny, ami wo promiso to iaiuuuny
comply with tho rules and regulations
that may Ikj adojited. Tlio names of tho
iKiys hore follow: L. B. Livermoro, A.
Manscll, C. E. Bean, E. Hwltzler, E.
Peters, B. Starkweather, C. 0. White,
r. ii. rsnoo nuiKor. v.. i. l'arirn ma. ii. i;.
Carl, J. W. inno, George Bowman. A.
lanu on wool oi imi no restored, in ans'
wer to which I would resiect fully submit
ii . .1 . ... ii... 1 1 ii... i..in- -e .rt,.
iu iuiib iu inu iiiiiu inu until oi iniw
wont into ofled tho lowest average prlco
wool over leached was A'2 cents per pound
in 181!); after and under tho tariff k went
down to an average oi L'o cents for the
wool product of the United States. In
1807 tlio States East of the Mississippi
jiossessed about .14,500,000 sheep, alter
nvo years of thw tariff, viz, In 1871', thev
had decreased to less than 17,000,000.
Does this look as though tho protective
tariir protected the wool growers of this
As to tho Immediate cfTeet of tho tariir
on tho price oi wool, it seems to mo to
have a tendency to lower tho prlco rather
than the reverse, becauso It is necessary
to havo tho foreign wool in order that our
own may-do manufactured. To sav that
a tarltron wool increases tho prlco, is Hko
paying mat a mnii on cotton or silk will
increase tho prlco of the domestic wool
product, for cotton and silk urn Imtli
mixed with wool toproeuro certain fabrics ;
so witli foreign wool, it is of n different
libra and our looms must havo it to thu
extent of ulwut 114,000.000 lbs. anntiallv
to work up tho l.'80,000,000 lbs. of tho
And now let us examine this a llttln
closer. This 114,000,000 lbs. of foreign
wool pays a duty of 10 cents jier jiouiid,
henco It costs our looms inoro to nroducu
a yard of cloth than it does to countries
that havo freo trade in this staple, ami
henco tho U'80,000,000 ihmiiuIs of our own
wool mat is consumed must bo hone it at
a fltifllciently reduced price to offset tho
10 cents duty on tho foreign wool con
siimeii iu onier mat mo lanrics mav go
l..A At. - .1 1 . "
iiiiu iiiu uiarKcis oi mo world and com
iieto with the output of foroiim woolen
goods, and this must cor tain v Ihj miliar
out to any ono who has watched tho
wool market. Hlnco tho dutf was first
placed on wool, our wool has declined iu
price so that In live- vears it consumed
over ono-hulf of tho shcop East of tho
-Mississippi, and has stilled tho induntrv
..(!.. , t.
uii every sine. r.. it. uamiii:
O thorn 1 1 ii vii Crletl Too,
From tlio Walla Wat In Journal.
It's wonderful, almost divlno. how tho
young cling to their homos! Tho other
day wo Had a lieautiful illustration In 1 fn
size, of it. When tho family of Joseph
Kusscll made ready to removo to East
I'ortlaml. their little bov was not ced.
standing ulono beneath an apple tree iu
tlio back yard, sadly pondering, whilo big
icars siioiiiiy (iropiwd and unconscioiisiv
bedewed the root of tho tree that hud
sheltered him from childhood no. "What
aro you crying about?" asked his mother.
mid then lie burst out without ri-ntniliit
unci Hohhed: "U. I liato to go uway,
mamma: do not let us leave.'' Then
he mentioned all the names of his little
..1... ...,.! a....... I t.l.
iuoj iiuitv-n, tun jiuii, inu reu eo vviui
tlio HKitted calf; lio loved them all dearly
unit to go and see them no more grieved
his littlo heart and ho cried bitter tears,
for it was hero where ho was Iwrn and
urst saw the lluiit ot duv: but that in lm.
man, and although wo may grow old and
leuuie in joreiun lands, vet that homo.
.. . t. riii ..
noui iiomo, oi our cinidiiood'h sunny
uujn iiovur lusun un grip upon our UlleC"
Tim Xow Niipnrliitetiilniit.
Tho Salem Statesman of Tuesday savs
Iist night Governor Pennoyer aiiiKjInted
nun. vico. n. jyownu L'. oi mis eitv. km.
printendent of tho iienitontlary, vico
uobert uow, removed. His upiioint
meiit dates from March 10th.
Mr. Down in! Is a well-known eltlznn nt
.Marion, county, having resided iu tho
county who uro
using them, will testify to
J. F. Temple, W. P. Temple, Jas. Trobaugh, A.
jx. oimpson, d. w. oimpsou, donii urow, . ju.
Barnes, Geo. Kinney, Geo. Aldridge, J. B.
O'Drniel, Tliad Armstrong, Jno. Bitney, L.
B. Gilman, W. H. B-eeder, John Timmerman,
G. F. Kinney,
And numerous others.
The only plow which completely covers tho highest stubble, and at the same timo
pulls with tho very least draft.
To A.rrive This "Week,
A carload of
I Old's Tubular Axle Wagons,
(Envh AxU; Warranted for Five Years.)
A carload of
PITTSBURG STEEL BARB WIRE
(COVERED WITH RUBBER WATERPROOF PAIMT)
lightest and tho best wire un thu market to-day.
A largo and complete stock of
Builders' Hardware, Mechanics' Tools; Shot Guns, Rifles,
Wo claim to havo tho finest lino of
HARDWARE OF ALL DESGRIPTI0NS!
Of any house iu Eastern Oregon.
Jewell Stoves and Ranges,
Every casting guaranteed against cracking; every fire back warranted
for fifteen years.
Theso Stoves Load tho World, nnd aro sold as cheap as tho cheapest.
A complete stock of PLUMBING GOODS, with first-class, experienced work
men, enables us to do good work, at bottom figures.
ESTIMATES FUBNISIIED FBEE ON APPLICATION.
mch7 Ult Hvrlt tt
Wheeler, Greene & Co.
Frazer's Opera House,
Friday, March 9,
One Night Only!
From tho Atlantic lo tho Piiclflcl
A New IVpiirtinrnt In Mliiitrolsyl
v-u.i.o. ... jMiiu, iiuorKu normal, a. .vianoii, county, Having resided In tho
Kuykendjdl, V . F Onnuo, Holiert Hond, vicinity of Sublimity for thlrty-threo
l-nink Moiilo, lta ph 1-olsoin, Dutr Do years. Ho has recently removed to this
lfirrlu .liili.t nlunii r 11 HI. .......... ..t... IT.. .
Aiticles of IneoriHmition wore filed
with tho county clerk yesterday of tho
Pendleton Town Lot Company, with T.
F. Hourko II. L. llcxtcr, Ijcq .Moor
houso, E. M. Wheeler and .Moso Haruh
as ineoniorators. Tlio capital stock was
fixed at flft.000; thirty shares at r00
each. Of this fl 0,000 has aheady lieon
subscribed. At tho meeting last night,
the following ofllccrs were elected : J. J,
llalleray, prcsidont; E. M. Wheeler, sec
retary, and T. F. Hourko, treasurer. Tho
company will buy and sell Pendleton
Marris, John Nolson, W. 0.Kceney,
Holiert Fletcltor. Dean Shull. Krunk
Welch, ltoliort IUhnor, and Fred Gordon.
Ijist ovoiilng at Wheelor'H hall tho
twonty-flvo boys promptly assembled and
tho Hoys Military Company of Pendleton
was organized bv Mr. J. J. Worcester.
Next Tuesday ovenlni' tho comnanv will
elect ofllcers to servo ono year. This Is n
wormy umioriaKing ami tno hoys should
lie encountged as much as iwhsiIiIo, as it
will make better hav out of them. An
Idle boy is prone to mischief.
city. Ho is a sterling Democrat and a
man of tried integrity, and will undoubt
edly make a must acceptable and ulllrlmit
His selection will no doubt in n L'reat
measure apjieaso uioso who wero dissatis
fied witli Pennoyor'H action in tho re
moval of Clow, and oxpectod that Me-
I. W. BAIRD'S
am moth Minstrels!
kinnon would bo aptiolntcd
lliu Statesman congr
Downing, and predicts
lor him a success-
Hcparnleil Stall Hint Wlfo
A Wulla Walla man who deals in second-hand
furniture found in an old
lounge which ho was repairing. Ho was
honest, so hu sent word to tho man from
whom ho had purchased the lounge. It
turned out that tho man who sold thu
loungo had hidden the money iu it when
ho was drunk and forgotten all about it.
Then he had accused his wife of taking
It II... II. ..I ...........1 .1...
II, Mill! Illll IUII WIIIV uimuuii llllin'li IIIU .. v
salo of the furniture and broko up tho ;'il'",l!J!"I' '
family. Shu is now in Portland wo lie- ',,e.. .n'-.
Addition to the Library.
Tho following list ii liooks has been
added to tho East Oukoonian library in
tho last few days: History of tint Roman
r.mpiro, in nvo volumes; i nonius uar
Io'h complete works, in ton volumes;
tieorgo Elliot's works, iu six volumes;
Wulter Scott's novels, in twelve- volumes:
lievo, but ho is still hore, willing to make
up and lio forgiven.
The Levco Nearly Completed.
Iist night, Mr. J. 15. Wilson filed tho
February estimato of lovcoi work, aggre
gating 2,750.09; ulso tlw total cost to
dato, aggregating m.W.W. Thoro still
reinalns in tho levco fund f J.002.87,
which is nearly sufllclont t6 coinpleto tho
loveo to tho jioiiit originally intended
550 feet farther. Tho total length of tho
complotod levco is 8,040 feet. Mr. Wil
son says his services ns superintendent
are now completed, urtd thanking tho
council for their courtesies, ho awaits
their further pleasure.
Charles Dickons' works, in fifteen vol
umes; Mim-ei uox'H inversions ol u
Diplomat jn Turkoy; Adam Smith's
Wealth of Nations; lilaunui's History of
rolitlc.u hconoiiiy ; Walker's Political
Sunset Cox's Freo Lund and
Sumner's Protection iu tho
favorito song, 'Hall Columbia, Happy
Land.' it will lio adveitisinir what is des
tined to becomo ono of tho greatest States
in mo union."
Baker Citv Democrat: Wo are In.
lormed oy ono mat Knows that in u very
snuri iimo mo ena oi mo man division
from Green river to Huntington will lo
..1... . TT .1 L , - T 1 fl .
uianti'ii irum iiuuiinmuii ui jjukgt i, iv.
This change is brought about by the
earnest solicitation of tho clerks of tho
mail service, who prefer Baker City as a
For salo, a highly improved twclvo-acro
fruit and vcgetablo ganlen in tho town of
Union, Oregon. IinpnAvementwconsisi of
brick cellar, frame dwelling, hot houso,
hog and chicken houses, trout pond, 300
fruit trees, raspberry,' blackberry, straw
berry, and asparagim bushes and beds
all bearing, irrigating ditch, plenty run
ning water, lino well, etc., a ready cash
market for fruits, vegetables, hogs, chick
ens, etc. raised. Fori particulars apply or
address Mark Wilzihskl, Corner Frc
and lino Sts., Portland, Oregon.
A "lliuted" Community.
Cowlitz COUIltV. W. T.. at the liresniit
timo, is ill a somowhat demoralized con.
dition. Tho county treasury was, somo
timo ago, "hold up" by roblorH for the
county funds, fKOS.'-'O, and school funds
to tho amount ol l,U7ll.68. Tho treas
urer's lMindHiiieu have been iikL-pi! tn
mako tho inonoy gooI. Tho now treas
urer cannot find landsmen, us tho co-
pio oi uuwiiiz are u iiiiio snv oi iiiutiiiL'
their names on paper. The school
HUcrinlonilent is tho only oflicer in tho
county tnai receives pay, und us all the
inonoy is gone, ho will probably strike.
Baird'? Miiiotrels appear at Frazer's
Onera Houso on nuxt Krlilnv nviiilin.
Iiiles "l0 Boston Herald says of a perforinunco
men- Klvcu '' "'om In that city: "Tho Wind
hor i neater was ojioncd last evening by
I. w. Jtalrd's .Mammotli .Minstrels, who
ii i . ,i t
ncgan uioir loiinu annual engagc.uent.
Alwavs the lieHt. llalril's .MIiiHtrnlx. IIL-.i
gooi wino, imjirovo with ugo, mid this
year .Manager llaird has brought us an
entertainment refined, original and bril
liant throughout, which suffers nothing
in comparison with others."
Now Lot the Kuglt! KcrvHiu Ac'"
Yesterday ono of tho venerablo "kick
ers" ut the lKjor houso complained at
having to sit in a good honest chair,
Ixitter than u great many, who aro not
county charges, can afford, saying that
ho thought u rocking chair might lie pro
vided by tho county. Mr. Merry man
told him that ho did not think tho county
would go 10 wus unnecessary oxjHmso,Ut
that they might pull enough feathers out
oi the .Milton i.agte to make somo cush
In ono of his lectures Col. Inuorsoll
usedtomako this point: "Jones steals
$10 from Smith ami then asks tho Lord's
look at tho Mounter Arrny of Tnlent (Irralrr mid IKttor tlnui Kvcr-wllh an Kntlro Now
uoiiipuuy lor ilia ni'iixnn or 'm nun 'ivi,
OUK MATCHLESS ART T STS!
Low Bonodlct, John Mack, EllHworth Cook, Albort Loach
John Dillon, Horaco Rushby, Chas. W. Coodyoar, Jamos
Croon, Will L. Pollard, Byron Loach, Harry Dillon, C. W.
Kurnnn'M (IrcutcNt HtiiHiittnu. Tho Itovitl llutul'lhtll Itlnitern. tlio llrlllnh (Ilea llur.lu. Hvh
In iitimlicr, KlKlit (Ireot ('oiiiMIiiiihI Kluhl Kinl Muni 'iVn Clou Kxpfrmt ICIitlil Hupvrli
VoculiktHf Twelve (Jrcut HppcIUiii new, unlipii-, novi'l mid ri'Iliii'ill Hfiy runny f'ea.
lure the klnir liuizli-iiiakwriil Tun Honu ami Diuico ArtliiU ptuntatloii, ncrobatlu und con.
toell Twenty Hkllled MiihlclunH-every mnii n hiIh playorl
Watch for the Grand Parade of Baird's Gold and Silver Cornet
Matt Elder, Leader, supported by Major Gorman.
United states: Taussig's History of the
Present iaiifT. Bairno's Hlstorv of tho
Surplus revenue in 1831 ; Mills' Priuc
of Political Economy, iu two volumes:
Perry's Introduction to Political Econ
omy; Schoenhof'n Destructive Inlluenco
of -tho Tariir; und a numtier of pamphlets
on different subjects. Tho patrons of
tho East Oiikuoman are at liberty to uso
any of tho books of tho East Oiikooman
library whenever they desire so to do.
The Dead Alive.
From the Baker Ctty Jtevellle,
A gentleman just from tho vicinity of
Brownleo Ferry, on Snuke river, Informs
us that Wullaco Brown, son of Holjort
Brown, who so mysteriously disapjiearcd
from his homo during tho mouth of last
Novemlier, and who was supposed to
havo died from exosuro during a severe
snow storm, and for whom ids frlonds
and relatives made diligent search and
inquiry, has returned to his homo alive
and well, Ho gives as his reason forgo
ing away that ho suddenly made up Ids
mind to tuko a trip, and from tho ferry
ho walked to tho railroad und went to
San Francisco, at which place ho spent
tho winter. His family are ovorioved at
his return, but the neitdibors feel like I foiuiveness. Tho 1-ord fureived him. hut
censuring him uoverely for his action, how does that help Smith ?"
Military Drill KxpcrU, und I.IbIiIiiIiik Mimkot Jinctlorn. DAILY AT NOON I VIW.K TO A M.I
i.i.upii 10 mo jiuiiui ncu i up iicuuiiiiii iiornm near iiio moiokini
VHecure your Tlcki ln at I'letclu-r' Jewelry Htoro, mohSU U
BOOT AND SHOE SALE
days I will sell at ton per cent, abovo
best stock of boots and sboes that is in
For the noxt thirty
cost tho largest and
$2,000 worth of Buckingham & Ilecht celebrated boota and
$3,000 worth of C. M. Henderson goods, who is considered
one ot the nest niantitactnrers in tno United otatc?.
$1,000 worth of Sailer Lewin & Co.'s ladies' lino kid shoes,
of the Sailer Lewin make, Philadelphia.
1,000 pair children and .Misses shoes.
500 pair of slippers, of all grades.
Don't delay, but como ami get bargains, it tho Pendleton
Boot and Shoo store.
JAS. WHEELAN, Prop.