East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 20, 1888, Image 1

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The East Oregonian.
DAILY, H1..MMVKMKI.Y, 1IH).
Nowsy, but not scnsatlcn.nl;
h rebli . I tit not course;
Liberal, but not wicked.
M$ cftlce on Subscription, Advcr-
-or Job Printing Ai:coun.
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., Oil EGO N. T 11 U USD A Y , SBPTEMUIiliao. 1S88.
NO. 172.
DAILY.
njlXlK IHKKOTOKY.
Srt.Jiry M.m.iy -
.itifi v (.mum iu
IlHlli 1 lu,"lnM,l",""M
s'lit KTtIN i II Al l i-.it f v. ' '
u.ji lit Ilii' . inwniii inn 're un niu
1? til Frhl)i ,lf ,,"c" month, lit 7:.
r n' iiifVitKK. ll. r.: K. l. nwnuK.
.11.. V.-.T Hi A. If. A A.' M.
CitViioti the r-pontl mid fourth Moil.
. . . . , i I if l ii . ..v. .1 i" - a a.m.
Mfl II tilt .MII'Ullli; 1UIII1MV . m.i
.mi thin) MiimlityH of rich month nt
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nrrv Tli'llnuy hikih i
K T. Tt'HTlri, itrconiiT.
i-vrry HHtnnlny t-venliin nl7:JiifrcleK.
m t.l.riMK K. . r. ii. iuini hit,
UATII.I.A KNUAM I'M KNT NO. 17. I. O
(I I, ..Jt'Pl I'll IHv ninii'i nn'i limi
r-.tTiVM ,if I'licli monlli. nl 7i.K)oVlock.
UvillMOItlM. !'. K. K.HllAmn..S!rlhe.
fl.INK III IIKl'CV f.lUHlK No. 13, I. O,
O.I'. Merl thv lirm linn mini I num.
lit rut ii iiiwii....
AltMOXV UMMIK Ml'. l. "
Mr. III "'"I I ' II ' very I iin..
fvft.ln? ut TiMoVioclt. .I.e. l.rMUMti:,
iC.J. WINTAKKII.K. Of ll.lllUt H.
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MI1.S I.UlMir. ,. I. T I .M--1-I-. in
Olit 1-VHovvn" nun every vo'iriouiiy
ilnit nt Tlio nVlork. M. MultKllKAP, 0.
I.k UAiiriKi.ii. K. of It. iiiul H.
IT ( AHM) rum, ii, . it. iiit'fliH mi
wiipeu'C. nun rviT.v i iiiimtiii; iiikiii.
, U'.OTI.K, ClIIIHIItlllllt'r; J. H. IIOWKN.
ATTOHNKY8.
H.I.IAM PAItyONM. ATTOriNl.Y AT
uiwr. Oilier Itooiil No. II, AmouIii-Illin-k.
Pendleton, Uri'KOll.
HI I'AfllSTIJSI'IN. ATTOItNTY AT
iaw, oilier, A hoc. ill loii lllook, IVmlli'
Orr. tl ,hw, iitli-o Itiiomn I, S, 3 mill I An
ttlnn Illiidi, IViullflon, OrvKiin.
ii. k .t I ii.r.ii.ii. aiii n.ir.in
livi'lt . Cltr.WH. ATTOHNI!Yrt AT
Iaw, I'l'iullWnn, Orrifon. I.nul lilll.
or nil KinuH iiiipiiiiru in wiiii iinnniH.
. Coili'dloiiM xreclnlly. nnice on
tir-t ii t in TliiiuiiiHOii'lluriiliiirl
Uncover the pout oUlco.
TVI.:il .V KIT7.I KKAI.il. A i iiiunr.iH
tljiw. i'ihhii No. fi mill 0, AkkocIiI'
lllook. IViiillct ill. Orrxon.
J. HIIAN. ATTOIISKY AT l,AV,
. omrei-Miiln Htret. in Thomtnon-
. . ii. .. ii... iim...
.V 1. ,1,11. , lill, W L'U Air I.AW
IM V- Hit I'lrxl NHllOlllkl lUllK, l'CIf
ll tlll'fOII,
r. Ml T.TlKlt, ATTOKNKY AT UWV,
, (.'riilcrvlllK.OrfiroM. Will practice
uru of (Irt-Kini unil vviuliliiKton.
AMHKY A WAUKIt, ATTOltNKYH AT
law. uooiilH :i mill 1 or lllti " I'.hhi nri.
........ ..k..... in. .i.i.
v. rriuiiMnn. urruiiii.
HTKIt A WIIITK. ATTOIlNhYH AT
l.nv, I'liiillelnn.Ori'Koii. liooniK H mill
oiinllun lllock.
1'HV.SIOIAN.S AND HUHOKON.S.
ItA. I' HIIIHIIIN, MKTA-l'liYXltJI.VN
unil Ti'imlirr nf ChrUtlun Hrlrlic
vMi.uriii mi I" I llvll 11, I i.iii l.i...
lo Uimj i-c . Oiniillullon (lev, Clu-ii
illi-W(II.l. I'lIYHU'IAN AND Htllt-
. umii i iiri" in irvilliri urui; iuu,
III I' I'k'on,
It. IIAltKI'.lt, PHYSICIAN ANHSUIt.
turn. I .mi m ll vkooliitliii hlouK,
ii i if iiitii L"n iiii vjimi . v A v ll
v m kiiiivi l"'IMl I wimti-wifl
&). A'. KIN(J.. it? IJ. OKFICK OVEIl
unorium.e cc Cfn nuire. Kraitiencn, on
men innni'oirtt by telephone with 11
-ucr, urr iuu .iivi. iinmriim
holrl. KmiiphIiiI MttMlitlim i1vhii to the
DKNTISTS.
U. UK.VTIK. UKNTIrtT. UAH ADMIN
' Ulfr.l ii,Hp.Miiin Mlr,'l.liri'homi)
IU1IIUIUC. I'eilUlfluo, wirguH.
MECHANICS.
! PAItKI-X, CONTUACTOH AND
llll liter. l.nillitM llri.irnll. I'OUHIry
" UK-duti-, KttliiiHtr furnlkhcdon
"luuiice.
A. niiinim'iiliirii,MTEIi ani:
,-. . .-..I, V. .... I ...
Hulliler, i-hvo nntrm ut rfnldence,
iirriinui xnu I lioniliKon kirreu, ikiiuip
; "unil, unirn, ruiiiiiiru ,,iiii 'iui..'..
'rnilW Ut.
U'iIl-aii 1uLr.. .l,u ..ml flnnlMIl Mt...
wi.ion.ortnon. DlucWmntlli wor.cm:aii
" In Uin hvkt pollil iiiuuuer, nJ on
vtorc.kiioclui;.
in. I'jiiiruitii n,,rii,.i'i. 13.-
ANK A IIKOU'X. limine CAKKIAUK
And Hlvn pjinini-. iiutt.iu.iikM. ft re iron.
.T 1 luiriHiirtri. ltrr uuii mh
Illfi rfil.nlrv trill ,ni,lua nmninl fltt(!tl
.T I1T-U Ull IUUI b I1UI IbVI w.
MtVNW titiivu.iv nnnuL i vnuTHV
muu it iiiir ii 1 ii e. ninru uiiu au '
- -trrri, otUiI Tlllon'fi nittr HHKriVt
1 r 11 . TT. " ------ 1 . ,
- in aii 11 m uuovb itmnciiCfi. sin win
..7. ifiiii-u 111 liriirif'4 liMI KIHr.U. .1111111
1 . " uuinAI. I I 1 1 T. A.1U 11I11V.IV
. ni mnniinif.nl HAtllnirMJi uaepiail:
"'"I'M. nla.ti.rliii nil bin. Ill nf utnne
. . ... won exeinlii.l rfnuiniiulir. liui-
' lfTroit partitions
JHI-TINO CAN BR HAD AT THE
oinrr printing honte In Kuitern Oregon
SUM' TO.II.W,
C. K. HOO-4EVKI.T.
N. II. TKNNKItY.
R. T. R. CO.
Gro and see their new style Photos
"The Russian'
Pbrtraits in Crayon. Frames, Copying, Etc.
R. T. R. Co.,
Photographers. - Pendleton, Oregon.
Successors to J. A. Briggs.
Whom it Mav Concern.
The undersigned will elose till
on
1st of
And wiUjfdcmuiHl (-atisl'actoi y 8(.Uleiueut of all bills due them
before the end of the year. Thoy propose there
after to eonduet their business on a
STRICTLY CASH BASIS,
nd solicit, a continuance of the liberal patronage they have s'o
long enjoyed, guaranteeing their customers
FULL COMPENSATION
In Reduced Prices for the accommodation heretofore extended
ROTHCHILD & BEAN
JUST ARRIVED!
A Large Stock of
and Household Uooas
At Shulze's Store
Main Street, Pendleton.
Goods Sold on the Installment Plan on Easy Terms.
Great Western Bakery.
DINING ROOMS,
M, iR ATA, Proprietor.
A. FIBST-OLASS MEAL!
KOIt
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS!
A NICE, GLEAN BED FOR 36 OR GO GENTS
OPEN DAY
Mnln Street, near J'ontoJlce, Pendleton
Alexander & Frazer,
IlKAI.KItrt IN
General Merchandise.
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and
Fancy Goods.
Family Groceries a Specialty.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARCl.
MAIN hTBBBT,
K It. IIU'UMONO.
cunent. acenuntB on their book
the
October,
New Furniture
AND NIGHT!
4 dw
Tin: ii.vni.i. op i.aiiou.
Tlie IAborlns unil AKrlt'iilturul Chine.
llrsluulii! tti Tiilnlt unil Wrk for linn-
"eut'"" "r,1"" ,
a U I..OM.-IU iijiiun i i-a iipuKin iiim h
tin) fiK'trt mid Hlulii-tloti bt'iirlni! utian In
iliiBlrlul iuiuhIIuiis chioily uei'iipy tliu jiub
llu iniiid. Wu do nut rumuiiiticr u cam
imlKn nlion tlio iiroHperity of tlio lubor
Iiik oIuhh uiiH ho Intliimtuly mid unequivo
cally likuitltk'd uith tlio proHjiority ut tliu
country. The outlook Ih very idlfyltiK.
lloth of tliu KM'nt iiulitlcitl panic nro up.
poullni; to tliu lntorentnuml lntullli;unL-u of
tlio tniiHcH, rutlicr tliim to tl.nir tradi
tional piujudli'uM utid partlvun LiIuxch.
Don't look ut n iimn'H 1kIIUcm; look at
It Ih principled. Nuvor Iiuh CoiireHH hud
ho tutii'h to nay on economical iiucHtlotiHj
iiuvur luivo tlio groat patty leuilcrH livon
no earnoht In trying to hoIvo InditHtrlul
probleiiiH. 'l'lioy uro tloodiiiK tliu country
with (lociiinotiti on tut III', luxe, lovetnie,
and immigration; tlio HtntlxllcH of wuoh,
and tlio cot-t of living ut homo unil in
foreign laud!. TIiIh Hurt of li'eraturo in
without money or price. I tale Suiii'h
niull-hagH uro tilled with It. 'lhu
itolltlcal colKjrleiir U abroad K'attcr
ing IiIh tractH in diKu-yuidii,
nltopH, hIoiom, hotel unil I'krx.
'I'hoy oreep into Htriino pluroH. Wo found
u lcallct on i'hoai foicinn labor tlio
other Si'tiilav In u hymn IxmU ut church.
Tho remedy for ull hochtl IIU inuy bo neon
udvortlnud In llarlnu poxterii upon dead
walls and idoiin tho board funcoM of
coitutv roads.
"Death to SintlrrolH," and "Deulh to
trtictrt and iiloiiojiolle.-," crowd each other
on tliu Miiuu pllu of llr rcantlltic;.' Mvety
voter who can lead Iuih an iitiiplo npKr
tunity to woiuli tho uriiinuiilrt pro mid
con, and toM their validity by coullrinliiK
tlieiu will, tliu actual faclH and llgiurn.
Wo have an idea that I ho ballc Ih ens I on
tlio (t 1 1 of next .November will
...nr., I,il,.lltir,i,i ii wIiI.ii Lii.imI.. i ..ii ,in
more inteiilKemo, u wiuei kiiowmige on
I 111 lf f lilt II fit til Ifl I lit t 1 Villi III t
I . tl) l'Mbll 141 11 H (UlllkU Vlllf 1,11 Wll WIHMIII-
' At ll .V ..4l ..fit
ecouoini-'
. . :! Z '
There uro Krtenti in thu sky of great
changes, perhaps industilal ruvolulloiiH,
and no granger, no farmer, no lalstring
limn, can alibi d to bo idlo. Thete Ih a
fraternity among thu tolllcrn and prodiic
erH. '1 heir IntcrestH uro largely identical,
Thoy tire Itoth Ixdng strangled by tho
unaconda, and never wuh thete u time
that called ho loudly for milled
uctlon. Largo seluimcs may bu uccom
plisliud by laboring men, where
thoy combine and tluow their
llttlu savings Ftito u co-operative fund.
Hugo inonoK)licH that havo lifted them
solves uh granllo liioiintalns ultohh thu
path of itidiintri.il progress, may Imj blown
away by the breath of a nulled eoplo.
Header, wero you over ut it hoiifo-raislng
or log-rolling on the frontier, where der
ricks and windluHseH worn unknown?
Well, if you ever wuru, you know that u
few iiiuii, wltli skiupoies una namispikes,
can curry uud push up to it consldoranlo
mounlaliiH, If wo try. Lot tho toilets
uud pnxlucerrt remember thoy can mic
cced, if thoy only org.tni.o unil pull to
gether. I realize thu fact that, uh it unit,
thu farmers cannot bo organized, but
thu leading men in ovury precinct, men
nhouroiiwuku to tho interests of their
class, may organize work together, buy
uud sell together, keoji Misled on thu
murkct rutes und not sell their wheat
fiom two cents to four cents ImjIow thu
murkct nrico U-cuiiho somo uro
told
then wheat wu worth ho uud so
1 huvo I
lieun told that u header, now from tho
sliop, wan sold in l'endleton ut cost. I i
believe cost meuiiH to pay for ull lubor i
bestowed on any urtldu. Well, if tluit in I
ho, let uh look- ut uio prion two moniim ;
ugo. wlicn thuy usked fiWiOO moro for;
the Hitmu heuderH, und sold some twenty
of the machines to farmers, hat more
have you for tliut 1K).W) you paid over
and ubovo cost? Did vcu receive valuu
for it? Uneimul tuxes, unequul tarill's,
unequal laws, havo worked u iiariisiup
S f "oulheri. illvNIon of. tho C.llfT.rnlu, Ore-
' f 1 Kim & Idaho rituKO Cumiuny'H linos tui.l
T . , hi ImM I , I 'S 'T'l . ' 1 Sir. J. Ii. KiH-noy, in.in.Wuf tlio iiortli
,n,h.,, l2 ll U. " ' f1,ir(,l''-v urn .llvWon, nro 'now In tl.o ihr,vtuipiuK
1.1..... ....i ll .....i. .ill ill, .m.i ..nil . ri
,,ru!uedr whha!h?;rong und fal.hful UT"& 16
the sweat of our lirowH, wo ran move .... , ,,. ... i.-..', . ,i. .
on tho farmers of tlio United .Stutcn, uud (Tho Hystuin of protection uh urged by tho
espociully liavo wo beon called on to Ir u0p,,blican party Is xlmply for tho
the burden bore in thu Inland LmpironuUt ( , manufaeluror without any
but the sign of bettor Hiiibh Ih ut hand, i r,,Kar,i 0r benollt to tlio laboring man.
Tho agricultural claiw me beginning to Tho Hepubliean partv in nlmply a party
think and look around for theiiiKelveH. ,)f monoitH and U tlio laboring men
The Grange ban made tho farmorn think- ilin.ughout tho country would better lu
cre. It ban uiado him demand his (r, ihemselveH on tho turlfl ipieHtlon
rights. It Iiuh enlurged bin vIuwm. II thoru would hu such un overthrow of that
has develojxid IiIh tulontH, uioused IiIh .,anv fn ovumlsjr that Uh remains
Hodul nature, made him .bettor morally, amlll nover Isj got together."
....1 I. rl. .1.1... mil tliu I fn lu.'limfllll llflllin. , tl. 1,1 I . 11. 1. ...4 . I ,1 1 I....
uu.i .iw.ivm ..." ,,,r, ikiuiiuu 11 coiiiioivii " iiiu i'iui;iiuii
kept IiIh boy and girl- on tlm fari.i,)o( (!0Vcl.inil und Thurmun. and IiIh
given mill an liouorcu piacu uiiiuhk 1111.-11,
and Ih faht si-curing him bin juaUlghtH.
W, A. H,
Now York dispatch of Tucnduy sa H :
Tho motion wits urgnwl to-day In thosu
iiriinii, court In ihamlfrs to have Llijuh
promo court
.Smith, proBident of the Oregon Itailway
A Navigation Company, N . Smith, Uh i
treasurer, Hillfit and John II. Hull, do-
fendantH In tlio sun 01 iiruyton iyi-h,
piinihol for contempt of court In con-
il..nln itw. liiitlflliii. nf liriincli Hiif-ri und
the liridgo over tho Snake river, and for
trunrferring tl.'.'OO.OOO from tho Kurmeni'
Ixn und TriiHt Company, ciespno an in-
(unction Issued bv tho HUpreino court..
Judue llarrett decldeil that the order of !
injunrlion could not prevent the con
tti ruction of branch linen, and decided to
appoint a referee to consider thu (juestion
of contempt in diuoHitlun of the money,
I'lOMIKIt SI AOKItH.
Tin- llimlnria nf StiiclHc i, It Wim Onrn
, , t iH Nllw,
rrwni the IVIrmn.
tr a ll Hooinur. nmiuiitor
toiicliliu: timin tliu L-eneral
tho Htago biisino.-iH, Mr. llooinor nulil:
"Tho main Hiioh uro ull cut oil' now.
Where wo ome had Htralht run.i of
liundrcdH of iiiIIoh, now then aro only a
few nltort rontuH. Tho rallroadu havo
dtlvonuHoiit of bttxlnuHH, ulinoHt. Wu
oncj teached tho MiMHOiirl rivor, but
they piiHhed iih further went, until now
tho'htano btiHluoHH Ih nettled within con
llni'M hii llmlti'il that iinothiir Htnli will
Iciowil uh out cnllrely.
"Tho lenient lino wo now luivo Ih
from Tho Dallen to IUIIIiikh, Mont., a
dlrtance of 'Jolt iiiIIoh.
"Yearn uuo wo had a ntrotcli of about
ttOO u.IIoh from Tho Dallos to Kelton,
L'tuh, by iuy of Walla Walla. It tdok
thirty HtugeH and coven hundred hornet
to iiccommiHla'o that routu, and wo had
relavH ovory forty iiiIIoh.
"Wo havo Hllll a fuw hix-liomu coiicIioh
riiiinliiK in California, but vear by year
tho routeH jjrow Hhoilerand wouiofon
Hhiutly diopplnu' out of tho ccbediilo.
"Tho lottlu to I'tah wan killed tho dav
iim l.ui uiilUn uiiM ilrliini liiliiliu. tin,
Tnlon and Conlrnl 1'abllla rallniadH. On
th it dav Mr. Kuunoy drovo the hint ntapi
that over went over tho lino, and coveied
u htrolch of nine nthcH lietwueu tho two
rouilH in jiint forty minute.
"1 went into the hIuho rorvlco in IS,VI,
in Now Mexico, on tho Santa l'o ro.id, I
wuh jtiht it wit.p of it boy then, but 1 clnn
lo tho IIiich. I havo i-cun about ovory
nldo of tho biiHlu'eHH, and nitiHt nay that I
great ly regret that it Iiuh lont tho rotnaueo
which wuh wound ubout it uiurn ugo. 1
nuvor Iim! it roblmry that umoiinted to
anything. My
turn camo luctly cloru
0110, lllllllgll.
I wuh on tho way from
i Tallin ri' lofiui r uiiiciMn.ii iiiiik iiresiimo
. , , ,.. ...i..,,. r......
' ." i..i..-..i ii .....1....1.
. i
Oil.
when one night ubout 11 o'clock
1 hIomw" I'.v roblHiiH.
Htopped l iy roiimiiH. I hoy
covered uh with rlllcs and ordered tho
vuhiuhlcH to bo thrown out. There wore
two men in the stage who wore thor
oughbred, from tho mining country, urn!
wero not to bo bhill'ed, especial I v uh thoy
had over U.(KH) with them. Tho roll-
luirM litul im luitior
given tho order to i
tlifiiu tut nil lunula tlmii lliiiuii lu'ii tiiMti
, ...' ....... '..',
inn hiiiiiwm I'lnjiri n ii at- wo iniinii mren
of thu outlaws on thu ground, hIoiio dead,
'thu othur two lied, after filing half a
doen shots without ell'cct.
"That wuh it big scar fi for mo. uh they
had mo dead to lights, and I hud over
illO.000 with mo for transportation. Hut
1 tell you 1 would havo given up my life
rattier tluiu let thorn havo the money.
That wuh ul most my first exorionco in
thu business.
"In '117, our company hud it $:)7,00i)
robbory, but the money wuh ull rccov
eied.
Thu robbers weru Ixing and Stone.
wuh killed in tliu I ray, ami Mono
lio Hun of Oregon uud Idaho, uud inn
now on my way back to Sun I'liinclsco."
iik'h roit :i.kvi:i..ni.
A rrniiilimnt Cltlian r I'lirlUiol. anil I'or
nurlr i Itrinihllcan, Itollnvra In :ii.
nil unit Itfifurm.
From tlis llulur Oily Drinocriil.
Tho Deiiioerut ropoitor hud tho tileuH-
iiri. 1'out.irilv inrirnifil, nf liliillthll Mr. K.
It ). ,.( I'nrll nut (inn (if lhu must
prominent ltuunnicu men in tho Stuto of
Jiri.n ,,,i uiui n is w,.ll known. Iiuh
mn m urdent Hiipinirtur of tho prlncb
,,urt 0( ,,0 ipUblIcun party for "lo,
thi.w uiuny yoarrt." Hut a chungo Iiuh
eomo 0or thu spirit of his ilreuu.H, u; il hu
ll0 onilnr IjoIIuvoh In thu paity of monop.
0nt!S , tlo taxing of tho muny to muko
rich thn fow.
Mr. Itiggeu Informed thu rujiortur that
ho Intends voting for Cleveland and
Thurman. Ho said: "I have sought
thu truth and I lullovo I havo found it.
opinion is important when it Ih known
that ho banes that opinion on isirsonal
observations gathoiod by oxtenslvu
travel.
A Hohton dispatch says : there Ih less
net I vit c in tho demand for domestic
ucllvi
emar
I 'rices uro unchanged, uud deal-
aro not willing to sell except at full
current vuIiich. Territory wools uro sell
ing on a scoured basin of 47Kf'e, for
medium. TexiiH, California and other
uuwushed wisj
ment of ImiMjrt
wools, aro without u move-
ance.
, , , . ,. a-
Alexander Mulock and (iwrRo Turner,
proinioeni larmerH 01 ni cioy eo iniy
Alabama, and brother-in-law, settled it
feud by it duel. They met in tho publiu
toad und tired live shots each. Turner
waH mortally wounded. 11 aloe k escaped.
in iim
luuuilllli: iiinui liiu i;uiii:i.ii v-uimtiiuu ui
i
l niri in;uu nun iti. iv.iiu, mm iim v,.-
rttlli: .UITH A Nl .IUI K IIAIIH.
From tliu .'Uoii, Cal,,'l'rllituio.
"Tho duty on juto buttw In f" tier ton,
on juto l!0 per cent, and on juto hug 40
per cent. Ah there Ih not u pound of
mechanical juto made In tho Unitud
iStnto.i, tho duly protoetH no one. Tho
farmers of O.dllornla uso frou thirty to
forty million Kraln baj-H every your. Tho
lowent eslliiiulo of duty they pay in Run
1'ranelHco on goodn manufactured In
whole or In part of juto Ih 4o0,000.
(!ihh1 authority placeH tho CHtlmuto im
hif;h uh $7ri0,u()0. It Ih xufo to nay, thou,
that tliu duty on Juto addH two contn to
thr cunt of every grain Hack tinud by tho
fanner. Tho fanner reeeivcH no oipilvu
lent. Kvorythliig ho buyn Ih pro
tected, but everything ho huIIh Ih tin
tier free trade. It Ih true that there
Ih a duty on wheat and hurley,
nhldi it Im alleged puileclH him ugaliiHt
Canada, hut mich u protection Ih milieu
OHHury. Tlioro would lie Jiint uh much
leuHou in protecting California ayaiiiflt
tho fruit IndiiHtrloH of Idaho. l.lverool
niakoH the grain market of the world.
California fat mora uio compelled to pay
fielght acroHH the Atlantic and compotu
with tho peasant labor of UiiHHla.eighleiin
ceiitri a day, and the ryotH of India,
cloven cents it day. .Sow, us it justifica
tion of this buitieiisonio tux upon tho
farmers, it Ih said that then) Ih it private
mill in Oakland that must bo piolcclcd.
I The total uuiotinl in whkom it V
in wagcM it pays never
i macho iitioha I tho auiount I ho noon lo
. " taxed to protect it, and Hotmttliuort it
allH to ono-Hlxlli.
"''' position of I
' tlio ltunuhUc.tn load
ers In this Stale on lhu turill'on juto bags
Ih miuivoiiiituulo. ho havo no iiouin mat
I hoy havo foi gotten that tho party Ih on
reeoid In favor of free uruin bags. Thu
Uepublicau fat uiorH of the State, nnd es
pecially of Solano county, us well UH till)
bemociatlc farmors, uro on record in fa
vor office Iml:h. Ah long ago uh 1877,
1 the farinorH grew lost vu uinlur thin tux.
! I'etllloitH i woio oxtenslvuly t lreulatod, and
uuivursullv sinned thiouuhoiil thu Statu,
asking Congio.-H fur free grain bags. Sen
utor S. (I. IlillHiru, a Uepublicau repro
wilting Solano county, In icsihiiiho to tho
petlllon of farinorH, on the loth of Janu
ary, 1H7H, iiitriMluced it joint muuioolal,
which recited tho following facts;
Whereas, Tho fanners of the L'.iui.lu
Coast iiho twenty million of grain bag
each year, uud,
Whereas, Thu tux unii thu materials
of which theao HaekH uio iiutdo in almost
uutirelv collected on tho l'uclllo
iCoant. 1111(1.
Whereas, No one Ih benulltled
I'.v
.1.1 ..... .. I...II..M....I., ...1...
n.uu ui .uiii u mn uiui,iiiii.un mi..
employ Chiiieso labor only,- therefore
ho It,
ltesolvcd, lly the Seiialound Asstiinbly
coiieiirilug, thut our Senators und Itojire
runtutlvoH iu Congresi Ih) leipiested to
use ull honorable means to bavu tho duty
on grain bugs, burlaps, gunnies or gunny
cloth abolished, or reduced to Hi srcent,
ud valorem.
" This memorial punned tlm Senate on
l'ebruury oth, under it siiHiituiHlon of the
ruluH und without opMisiliou. it wuh
tniiiHtiiltlcd to thu Ai-sembly and by that
Ixxly considered uud pasm'd under it sun
ienslou of I ho rules, February -Htli, uud
thu liovornor, by reipiest of the Senate
und Assembly, Itninedlalely forwarded a
copy of thu memorial to our Senators urn!
KepreseulutivuH In Congress. In tho
face of this record, wu do not see how the
Kepubllcuu farmer can uphold thu policy
of the Kopiibllean parly Iu maintaining it
duty on gialn bags, und wu do not sen
how Congressman MuKounu can go bo
foru IiIh constituents uud justify Ids vote
uud speech,"
In Wliuai Intt'ri-atY
From Ih" New York World.
Thu famous circular of J union !'. Foster,
President of thu Kouubllcuti League.
nuying "Wu wunt money, uud wo wunt
It al onco," wan sent u iiroiecien muiiii-
facturorn only. Tho circular said to
these men; "Thu Leaguo stands for
protection und in fighting iu your In-
1rest." And it iiuoted from it I nllml
Slates Senator now thought to Ijo .Mr.
rliitnb these wordn, whicli 1'reslilent
Foster cerlilled to uh "strong but bltlor
uud trim:"
"Tho camnalirn which wu are alnit to
enter will concern, inoio Iban unylssly
else, tho inaniifaelurers of this country.
1 wuh solicited 10 contriuiitu 10 u proiuu
live tariir leaguo, uud I replied thut if tho
muuiifucturerH of tho I'niled States In
their usHin-lutu capacity were mi eleo
monynury Institution I would votu to
give them u ieusloii, hut that I did not
pro hwo myself to contribute money to
advance ho interests of men who wore
getting practically thu solo benulit, or ut
bNast most directly iiuiMirtunt IninedtH, of
the tariir laws. I uudurntisn! that in u
general way thu manufacturers of Now
Kiigluud nuvo l ice u more nisjrui in tuuir
, .. . i . .1 ,
lontribti tatloii than tl oho of
rounnyi-
vunla, In fact, I havo it from thu bunt
tMiHslhlo source that thu manufacturers of
l'ennsylvuniu, who aro moru highly pro
tected than any bmly else and who maku
largo fortunes overy year when times aro
proHiMjroiiH, practically give nothing to
ward thu muliitunuuu of thu uwedanoy
i of the Itepublle.in party. Of coursu
1 1 shall not vlolato what 1 wu-
nider to Ito prosT principle of action, but
If I had my way ulmut it I would put thu
manufacture of I'ennsylvuubi muter thu
flro und fry ull thu fat out of them."
- -
Thu heaviest rainfall in yearn occurred
at : ort Jurvln, N, V., Tuesday, Suverul
streets uro torn up uud collars tlootlud..
I'eoplu wero taken from houseH by Isjats
thin morning. Suverul small houses wero
carried into thu Peluwuru liver. Tho
river in still rising.