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AND THE NEW YORK WORLD
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in November for
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
East Oregonian Pub. Co.,
reat Western Bakery.
NI0K, CLEAN J3ED FOR 25 OR 50 CENTS
Frosh Eastorn Oystors, in Every Stylo!
pEN DAY AND TSTIGKHT!
Main Street, near I'ostojjlce, J'emUeton 8dsw
J. VAN SCHTJYVER & CO.,
"W"ine and Spirit Merchants,
PKNDIjKTON CHAlTKUNO.ai, It. A. M.
Mrciii nt tlm Mnxntilo 'iVtnplii on tlm
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tiny of cn-li inoiith, ut 7i.w n'clo' k. It. J.
IIkan, W. AI.;V. K. I'otwink, Pucirtnry.
pKND.HTON I.OIlTlKNO.M. A. V. A A.M.
X Mptln tin' Miixinlu Ttfitinlr on tho
nmt mill thlnl Mohhiijn of n-ich liiontli nt
Tsui o'clock, t. .1. Million, W. m.; It. ai.
yHHA r,0IXK NO. Ill, . t). U. W. MroM
every Thutmlay tilultt nt thp Kiigliie
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W.i K 1'. Tumtin, ltcooriliT.
IlTltr.KA I.0IX1K NO. a?. U. O. V. MppH
11 ivury Hiitnrihiy i-viiImk ntT:no o'clock.
T. J. Million, N.ij.j K. H. siniroii.HcctPtiiry.
UMATIM.A KNOW M I'M IINT NO. 17, I. 0
O. Mi-flu on urn Hecoml iiiul liwt
TluirKilnys of pnch inonlli, ut 7!.K) o'clock.
I.OT I.IVKIIMOIIK, (J. I'.s K. K Hit AUON,Mcrll)l'.
T3AUMNK HKIlKiX'A MUKIK No. 13, I, 0.
I O.K. MictHlh.1 llmt iiiul thlnl Thnnt.
dny of each month.
AUMONY I.01K1K NO. 21, K, l)V V.
Mu'tH III Oilit l'VllowV Hull nvcrv 'l'no.
iliiy pvcr.liitf at 7;5uo'pocl(. .1. o. I.kahuiik.
CO.; O.J. Wiiitakkii.K. of It. mill
DAMON I.ODOK NO. i. K. OKI'. Mcotn In
(Jlil KnllowV (lull nvery WpiIiicmIhv
uvciiIiik nt ::iu o'clopk. M. Moiikiif.aii, 0.
C.i II. (lAliKlKf.ti, K. of It. mill s.
KIT C'AKMON I'OST, O. A. It., liieplx nt
WhcnlPf'K IIiill(iry Tluirmliiy nUht.
II. s. Wafklk, Cotniniiiiiler; J. h. Howkn,
The attention of the trade is
invited to our
NAVY BLUE, HOME RUN,
CORONA IMPERIAL, AND
Best sellers in the market. At
retail everywhere. Wholesale
son, Ehrman & CO.,
Notary and Corporation Seals,
FOR ONLY FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
Tho usual price for eulH made ly other
purlieu, In rorllund or tho Hun U from tb.H0
ii$7,0U, with exprowi i liiiiuea added. If you
need um'iiI.hciiiI your order to un, mid invo
from 2.f0 toSlXX) Ihcieby.
East Oregonian Pub. Co..
Hardware and. Tinware
PUMPS AND PIPE.
PLUMBING Promptly Done.
MAIN HTHKKT, l'KNULKTON.
AfchMroofthe putillo pntronnse U nollclted
Hidaway Hot Springs.
W. 51. HC'OTT, I'roprlrtor.
Tnese Hprlnifi. fro t'caiitlfully ululated In
the llluo Stounlulim, Huht mile nouthcost
of Alhu, In Cnmu I'nilrlc.
ThU Hummer Heort will bo open for the
rccopnoi of unfit on mid niter July U. uii.
person" c ntmitlni: n summer trip could
not do better thin vUlt tl.ee Hprln.
AccommiMlatloiiH nrt umple mid ever
thine will bf done to make uueU romfortu.
blc. , " .
Thclliniib3 U d'lluhtful. the wuter pure
nnd excelltni, and Imiulnu flrm-cliiM.
W. M. SCOTT
1nSLE BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING
Z2. Wis.) EXPORT PILSNER BOTTLED Bfcti .
0 ntSDPnftiNG MINERAL WATER, (Waukensaw, Wis.) VEURE CLI-
"in uunmrHunCi unurr uuui. juuiom
. DKAI.KIl IN
BEEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, SAU
SAGE, DRIED MEATS, LARD.
Court Street, opposite J. II. Huoewakert.
wai.i.a mai,i.a i.i:tti:h.
A Hurl to tlm Ilpntli -Another Itiillroiul to
l'lirllmiil -Tho I'ri'iipliniPii l'llit i Duel
Atttiiipteil Murilcr Jtiiny Fiirinn Itif
Inrit-ltiiriipit In llriilh Tlic AVhi'iit aiiir-kclii.
Metroinlllitu Ncilc i,r Intereiil to All of
the lti'Hilrror the Kimt OreKoiihiu.
I'outla.si), July 14. Itv mi onlor of
Archbishop Urorn, Hov. J. I-'. Hroullluril
of tho I'ttititiltit rufurvullon is lumovuil to
Lit (Imiulo utid Km inlfMlon. ltov. V. II.
Alino of Lit Cltutido in removed to tier
vuIh. Tlin L'riinil lurv i'iMtirilnv I iiilli'l ! l'mll
Waliur for riintifnu tMiker niunu, mid A.
Krickson for iiMtiuultiii); .lolin U'uinplur
with u pistol. In thu CUHO of "rup" Dick
eiiHon. who Khot ut otio I'lgidde, not u
trim mil wum found.
Jiiincrt Hippuiton mid lloruco (illtner
ycnturiluy plead utility lo bribing volorn
on hint election day mid wciu each lined
$1L'5 by Jtidjro Deaay.
A waiter girl on Ihu tnuinfer boat nt
Kiilama took tlnoo tubleHpooiiH of lauda
num. Her fluter huvm kIio tooV it just for
fun, not thinking the drui; wan tdroni;
unoiigh to hurt her. Tho foolish girl,
whoso natno in ltoslu Illlderbrund, wan
brought to tills city lulu last night, deathly
Hick, und taken to u doctor's olllce, who
sajH this nioiningho will probably pull
Prof. Joseph Sawyer, of ICaslhuiuplon,
Mass., who wan recently elected superln
tctidunt of tho public school of this city,
and over whom there him been such u big
kick by local teuclieis and pupils, has
written tho Dourd oi directors mat no win
At u Chinese funeral in Knst Portland
somo time ago, it team belonging to tho
IT. 0. A It. T. Co. ran uway and collided
with u hack in which Simeon Smith of
this city was riding. Smith was thrown
to the ground and seriously injured, be
ing crippled probablv for llfo. No com
menced suit against tho V. C. A II. T.
Co. for $7000 damages. Tho case was
tried ycstenluv in Judge ShuttuckV
court and tho jury allowed pliiintlll'if.'IOOi).
It was learned hero yesterday that
ltov. Mr. Shorelund, formerly of Port
land, died in Africa .March '.'1st. Ho left
hero about a year ago to enter tho African
A partv of school teachers, numbering
one hundred and llfty, mostly .Mormons,
arrived hero at six o'clock yesterday eve
ning. They are from Salt Iukn and im
mediate vicinity, and are on their way to
Sun Francisco to attend tho National
Council of I'Mueatlon. .Most of them
leave by steamer for tho Hay City to
night. A majority of tho party uro fe
males. A DUIIL TO Till! IlKATII.
UmiluiiKiT mill rioiiiint Kluht u Ouel
The 1'iirnirr Serlinmly Wniunled.
I'aiiis, July III. An insult was ollered
bv Houlanger to I'lociuot hi tho French
Cliamlwrof Deputies last evening, which
resulted in a duel. Swords wuro used,
and both combatants were wounded. In
tho third light, lloulutiger made it lunge
at Flannel's loft bieast, but only slightly
touched tho murk ; lloulunger then re
ceived a wound in tho throat, which
ended tho encounter. Iloulungor'H wound
Is serious and causes him grout dilllculty
in respiration. Tho duel was fiercely
fought, lloulangor tried hard to kill Flo
ipiet, throwing himself on hhn again and
ANOTIIlUt ItAlf.HOAI) TO I'OKTI.ANI
The Mniillnliu Itoud to Connect Willi the
Ncuttla lllld iJikn .Shore ut Npokuna
Spokank Falw, July It is defin
itely uiinouuccd that tho .Manitoba road
will connect with tho Seattlo A Iiko
Shore through lino and bo completed in
two years. A junction with tho O. U. A
N. will Ihi made mid in this way nimned
to Portland. This is another company
lino, which could not have reached
Portland had tho joint-louso projoct gono
A Clilimmun AlUinpti to Murder u IVllovv
Cuuiitryinuii In rorllniid,
Poktlanii, July H. On Alder street
lust night a Chinaman was murderously
assaulted bv ouo of his countrymen, and
seriously, if 'not fatally stabbed. IIo was
also Isiutcn over the head with an iron
bur und shot ut Tlm injured man says
Ills ussallantH were three men connected
with tho Chinese l heater in Portlund.
The I'orlluiKl, Sim rruiieUco und Chli uun
PoitTMND, July 14. Tho condition of
this minket is easier with coiihlilurulilo
Another or lHOO'ii N.w.y, Interettlni; Let-
Walla Wai.la, Julv 13, 1888.
It has been very iiuiet ulsiut town since
Monday. Tho city election on that day
passed oil' (iiiiolly, but tho boys mado
"Homo howl" in tho evening. F.very
llio-crucker, bomb and pound if powder
was procured ami late, till the sum' hours
of morn, did tho notso continue. F.very
body hooiiih sutislled with tho result. It
is not neces'urv to stuto that 18(10 w ours
a plug hat, although 1 made several
tlnee wild hits, my bet taker, making
There wus fun in cump when word wus
received that tho
White iiluir lint
Willi the pearl bund
Wax the emblem of
That isn't bud poetry, and 1 want you to
publish it. There are about loO hero who
have Invested in plug huts, ami you
should have seen them trying to swap
their huts. As tho average Democrat's
head is small, tho ltoniiblicuns found
many anxious fieo traders, und as a lust
resort, a rush wus made in tho stores for
pearl und black ribbon.
Tho Fourth of July celebrution bills
liuvo nil been paid und there is a little
Although dipt. Johnson, of thu I'liion,
is sun coniinca io ms notue, war litis
again been declared in thu columns of
the l nion and Statesman. I his time it
is about a nasty circular printed in the
Statesman olllce, attempting to show up
Dr. V. ('. Illulock In mi abortion case last
fall. Thu obnoxious thing was circulated
on tho morning of election day, bv one
Charles Parish, btothor-lipluw of the
uoman in the cuso, and donu in spile, to
try to defeat Illulock, Kepiiblicuu candi
date for coroner. Tho Statesman inti
mated that tho HepublieaiiH did it, and
that tho Union tried to throw the blumo
on Dr. Ke.vlor, tho Democratic nominee,
who. I am pleased to state, acted tho
gentleman, und had Parish gather nil tho
circulars ho hud distributed, but it was
too lute, and Keylur lost several votcsaud
tho olllce of Coroner. I believe the
Statesman is wrong in Ibis mutter, and
should let go.
Charles Painter, an old pioneer, who
attended tho re-union In Salem, had a
cinder lodge in his eye on his way down.
Ho returned hero Wednesday night, and
I fear ho will lose an eye. Ilosullers
Hugh O'Noil, a pioneer of '111, died at
his homo .Monday afternoon, after a short
Illness. Ho was buried Wednesday, un
der tho auspices of the U. A. It. Post,
and tho Catholic Knights of America.
Still another! Who will bo tho noxt?
Wednesday morning another old settler,
.Mrs. H. K. Taylor, aged (I- years, who
came here in 1HIW, died at the homo
other daughter, Mrs. II. ('.Johnson, of
pleurisy. One by ono our old-timers uro
crossing to tho far-oil' frontier.
Tho Journul editor thinks it is just us
well to call a journalist, who is on the
pollticul fence, a foe as a mugwump,
lvditor llesseror'H absurd comparisons
causes much amusement and no harm.
Ills editorials ate looked for and read on
account of their Inconsistencies, but they
have no weight with thinking men.
Tho brick kiln ut tho cnilcntiury, con
taining :I00,000 brick, wus tired lust Mon
day. Two lurgo tanks, that will hold IIO.OOO
gallons each, uro lsjlng mado by Gilbert
Hunt A Co. for (i W. Hunt's Kurekii
Flat railroad, In thorn, and others ill
ready on tho road, water will bo hauled
to tho i hit for tho use of funnels who
have no wells.
The first loan of tho Ituildlng and I.ouu
Association wus mado Wednesday live
ning to Wm. Conuel; ho bidding tho
highest for a two-yeum' loan of frrtOO at
eight ercout. Ho Intends building a
Still our distillery mini hasn't urrovo I
Tho residence enpaged for him bus lieen
rented to Mr. II. Smith, who moved into
Thu rickicst old sidewalk in town sur
rounds thu St. Paul Kpiscopul church
and school property. As this house of
worship Is attended by tho "big bugs"
of thu city, its trustees should make
repairs on both tho buildings and side
Colfax, where ho outraged a six-year-old
'girl. Shun him.
J It's coming I It w ill bo hero August
I Dili tho circus.
Mrs. Pylo and John Hum will no doubt
bo hanged on the day set for tho oxecu
; Hon August fith as tho hoH) that tho
Governor would commute their sentence
to life imprisonment is vanishing. If thov
, must hung,! hoo Sherill' Howies will
' make tho execution private.
Your Portland correspondent, W.IJ S.,
, In his note about tho great "scarecrow,
! which is held tiptofilghten Poitlunders,"
is rather thin, and indicates that he, as a
i Portlander, is somowhat frightened, and
1 is endeavoring to draw consolation from
the fact that 'luconiu bus nowhcutbiiyerH.
Allow mo to warn this Portland Iwomor
! that lieu 111 bo surprlccd when ho sees
tho Portland wheat buyers at Tacoma,
i buying tho wheat from F.astorn OrcL-on
and Washington Territory, delivered by
tho Noithern Pacllle. Hunt's roads,
which will connect with tho Northern
Pacllle, tho ono from Centervllle, Uma
tilla county, acknowledged to lo
tho grandest wheat lielils In
I.asteru Oregon, will connect ut
Wulltilu with tho Northern Pa
cllle, and that wheat will not go to Port
land this year. Noxt, tho other brunch,
running through thu great Kurcku Flat
country, will haul wheat to Wullula on
Northern Pacllle curs, bound for Tacoma.
Thank the Lord, and G. W. Hunt, tho
"Mok-s of tho Inland F.mplro," us lies
scrcrsays, wo shall bo rid of Portlund
mid her shvslor wheat biivers.
C. W. Wheeler, editor of tho Watts
burg Times must bo making money. I
seo recorded that ho has purchased tho
ground on which his printing olllcu build
ing is located.
Since writing tho nolo ulsivo, about
sidewalks, two of our city pu)H!rH have
ventured to pay some attention to tho
matter. Goodl 1800.
UK IN NOW A llOIOUItAT.
walks to keep up with tho march of im
provement, us it were. Thu other day I
passed along there with my little child.
Thu little ono was walking near the fence,
I on tho outsido, when stopping on a
board, it flew up, sttiklng thu llttlu ono
under tho chin. If ever I curi-cdu church
und all connected with it, it was then,
when 1 picked up my wounded child.
This is not tho only place (but needs
looking after, and I think tho Walla
Walla editors would do much better if
they would publish tho names of proorty
owners who need waking up, than throw
lug mud at each other.
Two young men liuvo scattered doditorH
about thu city, announcing that I hoy uru
leudy to tell foituucH und tell tho future,
,ii,. itniw.riH from (' b cuiro elvo close oic, .Many oi our peopio, voting ladies
of i.niiknts burn veslerdavWili; for July, in particular, uro biting like suckers.
TUt-i for August and 7U"h for Soptuml-cr. Vi 'lng like lsjlng humbugged
. . . .1 " . !... I . ' I lut Lulu utri4i.t tfi.iiliiirLi
At Sun i mncisco lliu Sn n-urkui m
quieter, per contul liolng tho top
IliiudreiU or I'lirnx Iliilned,
Wiikclimi. Va., July 13. Advices re
ceived from Hughes river, a snmll stroam
flowing through Doddridge and Ritchie
counties, says hundreds of farms hi thouo
counties nro absolutely mined by tho into
lliiriied I" llentli.
London, July 13. A Cuo Town dis
patch says twenty-our whites and two
hundred natives were burned to (loath in
Wednesday night's flro in tho Klmbeily
llllgh Tiikm hi Ailvoculed by tlm Itepulill
I'lian llrUr Ciinitrrniiiiui Smith Into h
Congressman Henry Smith, tho labor
ropivsenlutlvo of Mllwuukeo, Is another
man whom thu radical division that has
taken place in our siltics has brought to
tho Democratic, side. Ho not only stands
for tho Mills bill, but proclaims his read
iness to go much further in reducing and
abolishing duties. In an interview with
the Washington corrosondout of tho
llinghumton leader, Congressman Smith
U is not true that a reduction of tho tar
Ill' will icduco thu wages of cither skilled
or unskilled labor. Tho cry that wages will
bo reduced is started by combinations of
capital for their own Hellish purposes, und
this is so evident that 1 am surprised men
should not clearly seo tho fact. I am
hero Isjcuuso lulsiriiig men in my district
thought I would fairly lepresent them
und would care for their Interests. I huvo
worked In tho shop, and when I am told
that in Hiiportlhg a reduction of tarlll"
taxes iipun tho sioplo I am voting to re
duce wages, 1 say I know Isitter. I know
that (hero are millions of men in this
country under the present system who do
not get six mouths' steady employment
out of tho year. I know that trusts und
combinations formed to restrict produc
tion and coiiik'1 high pi ices, shut down
their shops and throw men out of employ
ment, and that tho tarlll' as it exists Is tho
cause. I have never had any doubt on
this subject, and thu Investigation of
trusts by tho committee on manufactures,
of which I am a member, has fortified my
conviction. Page idler pago of the testi
mony wo huvo obtained shows that tho
tarlll is an Incentive to tho formation of
thesu trusts and combinations of capital,
and has Ix'cn so used for years. Thu
combination of turiir"piotcctlori,"usthoy
call it, railroad monojxily leads to trusts.
Tho taritraiid railroad mouoiHily may Ira
"wholesomo" for trusts, but by them la
lsir Is "shelved" every lime,
I take up tho gauntlet thrown down by
Hon. W. I). Kelly and declaru that
a Chinese wall around this country is un
natural, That nation grows richest, Iiuih
picst and most prosperous which has in
tercourse with its nulghlsrs. In tho III
bio you will find it said that Isruul wus
most prostierotis under King Solomon,
und thou 'Ml traded with all thonutlous,"
My oxperienco with workingmen is thut
wo huvo no such hatred against our fellow
lulsjrors in other countries us is now
sought to bo created and stirred up. Wo
commiserate tho condition of workingmen
in other lauds and attribute it to class leg
islation for Isuielit of tho rich and ugalnst
tho jioor. Wo see tho smo tendency in
this country, not only In tho high taritr,
but in tho railroad mononoly und other
matters I have sjxikon of, und wo should
Ihi thu first und most active In preventing
such legislation hereafter and removing it
when It exists. Thu success of the trusts In
defeating u reduction of luxes now would
probably lead them to imiko still further
demands for legislation for their benefit
against the country's good,
fho lady street preachers wero hero
TucHluy evening. I huvo heard of but
ono convert, L. Frank Itoyd, of thu
Tho Hist huckleberries of tho Keason
went brought in by Snow-on-my-Noso'H
wife hint Wodiiosduy. t
Walla Wulla bus a eruckur factory ; has ,
hud, lo, thoo many yours, und don't ymi
know many of our merchants buy their
eruekors and cukos in I'oitland or Spo
kane Falls. That is ono way they on
courage homo indiitiio. !
1 would warn your readers against ono
Mills, who is a frort of an artist und paints
pictures on glass, making a sKiciultv of
teaching children. Kills comes from
When I In I'rUiiii.
I'ioiii the Alia L'ullfornlu.
Governor Foraker roomed shocked at
tho fact thut dining thu war Mrs. Thur
man sent jsirsonal com furls to Confeder
ate soldiers imprisoned at Columbus. If
the Governor will consult a certain old
tssik on which bo wus brought up ho will
find tho Hpociul coin twsles nf heaven ox
tended to tlioMt of whom it could bu wild,
"1 was in pilaou ami yo came unto me."
Perhaps, however, (ho Governor will
explain thut IIiuko promises wuio inadu
before tho KopublleHii party relieved tho
Almighty of tho work of managing thu