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.MAKUH H, 1888.
DON'T M'.T IT I'AIt..
.Mimiifui:liircn iiIwuvm u) In llwkf. Ono
lixliiNtry lirliiKH miutliur. l.Ilcu thu llrid
tlioiiHiiinl iloll.irH of it iiiuii'h folllllld, lliu
llrKt H till! IIIOHt (lllllcnlt to oliliiln. OlHl)
f.ilrly Hliirieil, olhurM conio to liiiiilrii, to
oxiinilno, to ntuy. itciiMiim for IIiIn au
plain (iiioiiIi, Onu Ih Unit mverul iii.iiiu-
fuetururi linliiro u liui?") niiiiiliur of work
iiion, Hiillli.'lunt to tiiMiiri) a Hiilllcii'iit
iiliinln'r ami ivuKoiiulilo wiilium. Another Ih
, that Hid levator tliu iiiiioiint of iimniifiirt
iircrt In any ono lacu, I ho rli(:ior iiikI
liottor will Ihi tho facllltloH for triuiHixirtii'
(Ion. Hill tinnllicr Ih that tint town ami
county which ha niiiMirlt'il ono ImliiHtiy
will Ihi apt to Hiipjxirt other. A goo I
tlliftrilnilliiix ivntvr for ono product will
In) a tfxMl illtrlliitlni; co nl or for mm
Tho proiMixcil paiHir mill In IVmlluton
will Ihj of liiimoiiFo linllroct, ImjhIiIo tho
illruct, uilvanta;o to IVmlloton, Tho ill
root iiilvaiiliiKoarn coiiHlilondilo. It will
umploy a largo tiiiinW of hamlH, It will
Ih) u markut for tho fiirmutV wirjihiH
Htniw. It will fiirnlHh liomo-roiiHiinii'rH
with u cheiiior prixluot. It will incrt'iino
thu J ml nl inn, wvalth, ami iniortiiin
of tho town. Imllrt'i'tly it will nihcrllwi
tlm town, It will Ihi u iiollni to inanii'
fiicttirvrrt with iMpital nvurywhoiii, who
uro looking for limitiotiH, to coimi uml
K'u what wo havo hero. It will ho tho
llrnt or ivrhtipH wo hIioiiM nay tho thliil
of it tliH k to follow. A woolen mill
will t'omo far moro ipili'kly anil oneily
when tlm paMr mill In onto on lln foot
uml Hiimvdlng, Still other I'literprlwM
' will idiiio, Having: If thomi men can tin
well here, ho can wo. Ami each will
hrlng men ami women, money ami
hraliiM, lmliiHtry ami energy, a oitioii
of tho laiHtlo ami IhihIiiohh which go to
mako up a city.
Then xhull wo let thin onlerpiim fail
for tho lack of u few thoiiHaml ilollarn?
Wo ilo not iimlerHtaml that any "Ihihiih"
U linked. Wo am opoHcil to glfln. Tho
projectoro uro cry Him ami give gHl
loiiHonH that tho cntcprino in morally
curtain to pay hamlMimo prolltn from
I ho II ret. bit go of a few thoiiHaml ilol
Itirti then, hoiiio of you that havo plenty,
ami hot thin httHliicHH on Uh feet. It umiiil
hoiliHgnueful, illwHlroiw, to havo It fail
tiii: iiKMntvATiuN i'ahcii
IVrlmpH tho Interiur Depjirlment or tho
Imllau Ollico umler tho control of tho III
terior IVpartutent known wimethlng
ulnit ImliaiiH, ami KcHTViitionH, ami
tillotlng laml In Hovoralty, ami tho Inter
cHlHof IhiIIi Imliauxaml whlto vopl'o In
tho vicinity of n-HervatloiiH; hut, judging
from their uctn, It Ih iloulttful, It nuiht
lo prvHiimoil they do tho lnnt they know ,
mid If ho it must Ihi inferred in tho next
placo that they know hut very littlo.
Tho Mil to allot laud In neveralty to In
dlaiiHim tho I'nuvlllla rvr-crviktlon w.m
l.kHed over thnM yean ago. Ono com
iiiIhhIoii after another camo out to do ono
thing or another relating to It, among
other to take a tvumtx of the lmll.ms,
to luvrtaiu how many and who worn en
titled to land. They Kdiehl a pnvtnn
of nsl-Hkiiw froiik mroHH tho t'oluinhiik,
from tho Sound k-ountry, from tho Wil
lmin tto valley, front tho iiiountutiiH and
pIuiiiH of Idaho, own (mm California,
coining In to U enrolled. And enrolled
they were, and after hiiiio wwkn of tough
Hpolllng and writing, tho lM over i
thouKiiml lunnw was muit in. Tho
coiuuiIhMou had put down all tho Indians
thoy kould nhi, feel, muvII, or hkr of,
mid that couixi kviiuhI to nult tho do
liiirtuumt pxactly. They at onco jh
PtVIMHl tho IVIIHUH,
Well, tho whlto Hoplo herctdiout did
not iiinilatn inueh :klout It. They werw
willing that tho Indian nhould Ik Ulvr
idly dealt with, if tho huiuetw could only
lv gotten thrxmgh with, ami what littlo
agricultural land won U ft iuld U Kild.
A Hiirvey wiw niiuWyuul wa tlulnhetl in a
reasonably whort time. Hut whoa that
wont on to WiiHhlngton It was not
adopted as readily ih tho fraudulent ecu-
huh. It was foiiiiil tno iiiuiarm wero hui
gutting land enough; or that tho whites
wero likely to ixi able to buy too much,
or too noon, and ho another coinmlHHlon
is wnt out to re-survey, and ro-ruiort.
They are no doubt good, honorable, eaji
ablo men, who uro hero merely to in
form the duty linio;d iijn them, but It
need not Ihj wondered at If the icoplo of
this county uro In-coining Hotnowhat im
patient at Hiich one-Hided ami long de
Allotting lands in wivorulty to Indians,
If the Umatilla reservation lw taken as an
example, Is a farce.
Till: I'KNHION l'l.UNDintKKS.
Tin: put riot iu men In the Senate to-day
aro Vest and lllackbum, rather than
Ingalls and riumb. Tho Democratic
party has not opjHjsed lilsiral, even ex
travagant jkmihIoiis. Tho DeiniHTiitic
leaders havo miplHjrlod all reasonablo
penclon measures, and sonic unreaonablo
ones, over slnoo tho war. rresident
Cloveland has signed an Immensely'
greater nuinlier of js'IihIoii bills, passed
by a Democratic House, anil without pro
test bv Deiius'riits and this a ipiartar of
u century after thu war than any other
Incident uver signed in thu sattio length
Tho trouble Is not that Vest and llliiek
b irn, and thu men ami tho party the)
represent, nro opiwsed to any reasonablo
jnmimoii law, oriiroiinfrienilly toex-Unioii
soldiers. Their whole course since the
war, uml evon now, disproves this. Tho
I rouble is that having gone during all
these years to tho extremu of over sonti
mental p.iMotlsm and lllicrality, thoy do
not now quietly propose to sou thu (n'O
ple'H money injured out llko water, by
tens of millions and hund'eds of millions
of dollars us u brils) to thu ex-soldler vote.
.Mr. Ingalls declares that they don't
iroN)Hc to stop injuring out tho issiplu's
money till every man who served a day
In tho army is put iihjii tlio ix'tislou rolls.
The next move will Ihi mi incrcaso of
pension to overyUjily. And so, If it can
Ihj shown that tho Democratic partv Ih
oiMjsed to tho wholesale steal, tho ex-
Holiller vote, they hoHi, may practically
all lo controlled in thu Interest of tho
iN'o Democrat objects to pensioning lib
erally all who aro helpless, crippled or
iliicuscd. No onu objects to pensioning
tlio widows and orphans, if an v aro left,
of Union soldiers. Hut tho pension
schemes now proposed by tho Hepubllean
treasury plunderers are simply colossal
rohUrlcs, under tho gulso of legal enact
ment, uml for thu Ixincflt of a corrupt and
decaying political party. Tho man who
Is well uml welt to-do, has no business
imklng (or a lonsion, simply lioeiuiso hu
was In tho army u wook or a month or a
year. Ilo puts himself on par with u
U'gg.ir to do so. Whynhoiild a healthy,
ablu-liodied man, with plenty of means
and a good business, want or expect
charily from his ueighlHirs iu thu slmpo
of ii pension? It Is u small sccimcn of
man indeed who, for tho sake of u few
dollars a mouth that hu does not chhc
iaily mvd mid never csHclally earned,
sanction uml iuIvikmIu this gigantic rob
liery of tho treasury.
As Senator Vest said, it Is Incoming mi
oH'n and shaiuelesH auctluu, u bid for
votes, nothing moro nor less. Tho Ho
publican leaders aro willing to bankrupt
tho nation if thereby they can again put
themselves Into (siwer.
Tut: .Mini published iu our dlsjutches to
day alwiit President Clovelaud'H uxtrvnm
anxiety iu regard to tho Oregon elec
tion is decidedly Ilsliy. Very likely ho
ui.iy have exprosM'd hlium-lf' us hoping
that Oregon nilglit Ihj claimed by tho
Democrats In Juno, and there was no
harm iu that. Wry likely ho may havo
suggested to Mr. Irish, who was lately in
Washington, and whoisa strong personal
and jHilitical friend of tlio President's,
that ho (Irish) might interest himself in
IVuioerutlo success iu Oregon, as much
as (mssiblo. If so, theto was no harm in
that either. Hut tho yarns tibout Cleve
land supplying Irish with u "sack," and
instructing him to improperly iutluence
tho election in any w ay, aropronotlctions.
This ntory Is already Incoming stulo.
A cmrrrv and wealthy Msiety voting
lady of Washington, l). c., hiw "lately
Uwnie engaged to Chuska, a full-blooiled
I'hiHktaw Indian. She met him two
years ago when traveling through the
Indian Territory with her father, who fell
sick and was detained several weeks in
that country, during which time tho g-l
fell lit lovo with tho son of an old squaw
iu whoso i-.ibln thoy staid. Chaska has
lately Kvn to Washington, where tho
llll flll'l.tV tt.l ntii.ii. .1 .....I .1 . . .,
.. ".in nin". in, linn uh, tamer
lias given his coiinmU to the marriage
after another year's probation.
TnH'l'rohibltionists aro to hold a State
convention In Portland on March 2Sth, to
nomtnaie a Mate ticket, and to send dele
gates to tho National Prohibition conven
tion, which meets at Indianapolis June
Mil. I lie prohibitionist aro not wis 11 v
dismayed, mid their xe.il and faithfulite.-y
may yet Ihj rewarded with at least jvutial
Toe. UennbltcaiiH In Congress nro de
termined to keep all the territories out
unless they can let In only such ones us
suit thuni. They would make two of
Dakota, and then might admit Washing
ton and Montana j otherwise thoy will
oppose the admission of any.
Tin: New York Tribune asks: "How.
can Hlulno lie spared?" AVell, tho rest
of the ieoplo can spare him well enough,
mid as or the Tribune editor nothing
will now restore his mental balance.
He's gone, licyond hoie.
Tub burning of tlio Springfield Union
Ksfabllshment Is the second destruction
of a dally paper establishment rcportid
within the last fow days. Tho other was
tho Klmhk, N. V., Adveitlscr.
Tin: reason assigned for tho sudden
and tiiiex)ectod Improvement in tho con
dition of the Crown Prince is that two of
his physicians havo left San ltcmo
The Rochester Lamp
UOO Candle Powor.
G, I, LaDow's Crockery Store
Court Hirce t, In Klml National IJank
Anil nt tho unnio plnco you can Imy n
GLASS SET OF FOUR PIECES,
Knr the smalt nam of
Come nintil I nko a look nt my stock
G. I. LaDOW,
ilw mcliS PKNDI-KTON, OHKOON.
ROTHOHILD & BEAN,
Dry Gosdi, Fancy Goods, Cloaks, etc.,
ITICII9, iuillU9 anw unnyii.li i
Shoes, Hats and Caps,
FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
Kor nunllly of Kfxl, rfnuonulile prlcM ruiI
ccnrrxi inir irriiinioni, wo hiiii hi Kivr per
Moorhouse & .0e
Hto Jiut rerclvcil, itlrcct roni
GOATS, VESTS UNO APRONS
Kor Kirkfcpcm, lUrlmrn nml
Moorhouse & Co,,
T. F. ROURKE,
ItlKlieat market price pnlil fur nil kliut of
G-E AI 3ST.
AllHlrilllait wltltA urliaot 1 .
,71', f".w.,.,.f,!, u tho iirtlile Mock-
tiliy. " nrJi-iu unntitjMif
OKKICK AT WaUEUOUSK, PKNDUETON,
Julyl It OUKGON.
Livery, Fed, and Stable,
i. B. KEENEY 4. CO., Props.
Put up your animals and vnur
monoyut this stand. Thoro
is no oottor in town. Our
patrons and frionds will bo
COMKTOHKKl'M, All KtNIKS OK RI08
run 1 1 III K Till-. FINEST TUJIN
OUTH IN TOWN.
J. B. KEENEY Co., , PROHR
Vk heeler Urothen offer Ml of theli partner
ship l'rop,rty m ptaieton for title, coo.Ut
luit of their mora proptrty, on Court Hrwt:
rvjlilems. nnnm .... .1 . . . '
ua W ebb street, ami their wrehoue prop,
erty, on CottouwooJ, bttween Webb ami
ire'u. rnr lermt, apply to
11. w. waSUn.Ka,
Hammer & Estes,
Proprietors o tlio
CITY LIVERY FEED C SALE
Balod Hay and Grain.
HplcnilH Itlsi, Nlnlo or I) Mihl-, nml
Mnilillo llorm-N hImi.vh iih lininl.
llurMCH Itourileil liy the itny,
Week or Month.
All Klmli nf Feed l-'or Hulc, tn Bmsllor
Villard Shaving Parlor
BAYLOR & PATTON, Props.
Hnve oimiipiI In their new lncntlon on
Court ntrrof, In Doapnln block, with new nnU
Shaving, 25 cents
Hair-cutting, - - 2S "
Baths, 6Q cents, or 3 for 81
JtA YER .0 SILSliEE,rroitrict'ra
Plain Candifis and Taffies,
Anil deft I cm tn
Flno Confectionary, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars
Give Thom a Trial.
T. C. WARD,
Tho moit Mirceimful
la iinu'lociiteit In IVmllcloii. nt thoolil utiinil
nt tho fimt 11 f Main 11 1 net, nciir tho brIUitu,
Hint for rtno
Photographs, Tintypes, En
larging and Copying,
Cniinnt Ihs oxrelletl nnyw here. All work
Riinrniiteel to Klvo enllro mMUf.ictlnn. Uo
iipectiuiiy.ymirs T. C. WAKt.
B. F. Shoemaker,
XtiKXt KOH TIIK
Iron Turbine Wind
It. Jlurnrtt d Co.'h Jm-
, pri'lnim um 1'alnt
Whnlrwilo and Hetnll Denier Iu
AI'IMtV AND I'OULTHY HUPI'I.IEH, ETC.
SOOHeconil Stwet. I'ortliiiul.Or.
-Hcnd for our 'ntulogue.
Klmt-clnmi kooiIii only In Mock. I'ro.
iluou Unignt HiuUold.
BUYS and SELLS
Cor. Main and Webb SrreeU,
Sign cjf the Golden Boot
BOOT & SHOEMAKER
Main and Webb Street.
Kjintorn Made Hoota
and Nhora In
Perfect flt Qaaranteed.
New Store at Helix,
J. k. baird,
Groceries and Provisions, Cigars,
Tobacco and Confectionflru
Are You Protected?
Those who believe so thoroughly in protection should not.
go tiny longer without insurance on their property, of wlintso-
ever kind; nnd nearly everyone believes that a policy in a pood,,
Reliable Insurance Co.
Is worth every time what it costs, nnd procrastination should not
bo indulgedln when it conies to taking out a policy. In thc
first place, pick out competent and
With whom to do your business
the best insurance companies and go straightway and insure.
When in search of such agents, don't fail to turn your ''peepers"
in tho direction of the oflice of
Clopton Sc Jackson,
Located in the EAST OREGONIAN building, Pendleton,
whnre you can have any kind of insurance, whether Fire, Ma
rine, Accident or Life insurance, done up iu
It is well to remember that to bo secure you must insuro iu
ono of tho Thirty Reliable Companies represented by
Clopton & Jackson, with a combined capital of moro than
If you contemplato insurance, call on them and get posted,
and it will cost you nothing. Remember their cilice is in tho
EAST OREGONIAN building, or address
Clopton & Jackson,
those who represent none but
I Will .ell a. low ai the loweit, for cash.