East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, September 27, 1888, Image 1

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aORIP AT PAR! A Tf r - -' . - -If
uml!la County Scrip taken at pap
I The East Oreg-onianji!
,t this office on Subscription, Advcr- w--aRP',"j - ate- iAit,w; mkmi-wkkki v. f . 'Sj1!1
g Accoanl. . 1 T '"J "Lw ;
r Literal, hut not wicktirfftr
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VOL. I
CO., OliKGOX, HIU USD A SI3I rWMHKlt a7. LSSS.
NO. 178
I.OIXiK DIHKCTUKY.
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fri'miii l " ..-
I" .....t... iTV Mi'iiiliiy iiIkiiI In
loMUil. T. M. HoYii.rmtKrAiiv,
I
a. v.. i
IllKhl In Odd Kol-
l.KTii.V tll AlTKIl NO. SI. It. A. M.
Mt'cH t Hie .MliMinln Temple on t lie
fnrl nil H i r t iIiijk it hcii moiiiii, m
irlfS7.fi: l.'MH)K No. . A. K A A. M.
It Mirtaini I lie xrroml unit fourth Mini-
Ar of nwll ninlitll. at 7s3U o'clni'k. II. J.
"tA, XI.! W. K. I'otwink, Kei-rctiiry.
IKVM.ITON I.OIHIi: NO. ta, A. K. A A.M.
' Vii4 In tin. MiihDIiIu Teliinlfi nil Out
. ' . ...I I UrimltiC. lit miKli ..in.tlli ...
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MAM'rH.riivrriMr).
1711 L LIMHII"; nu. 1 1 1, t ' u iH'Cll
V cr'ry Tinn-Mliiy nlislii at the KiikIiio
ifauu-. in 71 II n'riOPK. j. i,. i.i;.ni;i:i:. .m.
Whom if May Concern.
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS,
itKSKitvont in itsri:i).
palm: iii;roitT.
l'OltTI,AM) I'OINTS.
Metri.i. lltnu Point, DM.,,1 ,, I,, thr
; i:.ul On-Runl ii,-, Piirilunil llf iirr.f nta
tin-.
Illnll
The
undersigned will closo all current
tlu
accounts on their lioolc i
on
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i i-vprv riiinrtiiiv i'vi'iiihk i ;jiMrcioeK.
Till ATI 1. 1. A KX UJ I'MKNTN I. T. I. II
U ii. Mcrti on Hiu nrnnit iin.l lint
DUMllHJ" "I 'l ll liliiilliil III I nil II III UK.
iiTlilvrilMOHB, ii. r,, r.. ... nii.Miu,MI'n.iP.
l.U'lil.-r Iir.nr.i u nvniiin .u. jj. j
O.K. MioHtho Mrnt iiml tlilr.l I'll
ijrof tiifii nioimi.
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itv V.
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:3UiiVIiivI. .1.1!. I.k.vhiiiii'
C.J. U'lllT.lKKU.i:. nf It. mill H.
I si fiii ill nun ririniwK- nun i'vitv
AMOS' I.OIXIK NO. I. K. OK I'. Mii-Ih In
I ( I lil lYllinv' Hull iiviiv "UViliiftilut.
; II. r. itfiiir i in. i. in ii. nun n.
ii i.iii-w.. innii ... iv-i llll'l'in in
V Wlii'cler'i Hall ovcrv Tliiimtluv nlulit.
M, jui.k, KiMiiiiimucr; j, r. iiiiwkn.
AlTOItNBY.S.
lflLI.IAM I'AIIHDNH, ArroitNKY AT
uiw. Dllli'i' IKkiiii Nn. II. ANHimlu.
i.nw. (jimcij, ahmio hi Ion I nek. IVmllo-
Itll.KV A IIM.l.KltAY. ATfOHNKYH
Hi I.IIW llllfll ItlKIIIIM I. 'J. .1 llllll I AH.
Ii.'lll llllfll. -i ll' I III. lllf'UIJII.
ll'IIVfc'll . fllll'll' ATTl III VL'V J .'II
iaw. I rnilli Inn. (iniunii. I.ihiiI IhikI.
I iWIOIiDiik ii nn'i'lnlly. IIIIU'P on
ulii'i't ii Dm Tli'iiiipion-llntiiliiirl
nir, iiver Hiu (Hiitoiilcc.
I YK.lt A KITZfJKItAM). ATTllllVHVk
Hi jnr, ItiHiin No, ft uml 0, Aocla
' i' ii i rii'ii-i in, vjn);uii
1st of Next October,
And willgilcmand satisfactory settlement of all bills duo iliem
Ixflon the end of the year. They propose there
after to conduct their liuine.ss on a
STRICTLY CASH BASIS,
lltrtirllnn of l.lff, l.lmli niul 1'nip-
erly.
I .M.f.Ul.lK(l, MtiMl'O, Supt. L'lt. Till)
rehuruiir in tiiu rsintlictn part of tlio ritv
I Iiiih ImrHt. lltMHlttirt Hovuntl Mructn.
l'ouri AMi. Or.. .. .ia i a ii '""'I"' !lro felKwt "ml llioir content tk ,
ot-Mfiit of llm h,Vt Vi !,, .i it,, v . .H rV ". Hopt .nwuy niul I
Iuihukt. lii llu i ltv u,Llr. iii'Hr iinwni'd or lirnlmul
V" ... .I.l.ill. I... ....... ....... 1 II ..1.1
... i I ' .ii;iiii. I iii-ri-M'll IllMlll.'rl UiriMUV
rviiirut'u 1 1.,.. ,. i....... i M'i...... i i. '
i... iik.u ivnii iv. in vi in. iiiicu iiiiiiuri'il '
lIlOllKllllI llO lirM ll.lrl lll'l'll Vnlltll liv l.ii.
ruH to ri'liovu tliu KiillercrH unit tlio new
HlH'ltor .
lilr'tnui Nil Ollliritllllii III Mlll
lost liln hmiHo, Kliop unit coiiIimiIh, IiIh j Cu v w Mkxico, Si-pl. '.'it. It Ii.im Ihui
niui nun iiuir iiiiiuiiiii. io nirt'oi rarri iii'viiicii not to iiiiiirjiilino imiiiiijit till
ttnf .....i.'li.i ...I.. . .ItH......!. 1 1... . ....I I.... . IT..1....I iJ.... I .. n 1
iwi . ii.ii.. n-n in tun liliiilliil iiiu iiiiiuiur uiiui'ii rimt'H Ulll.H yiillOU loVUT HJIl
llll-JIJIlKllltlll-ri, l-llll i:illlll.lllll'rl II)I11U i
Hi'ittncn from nhlp.1 ot war, CtiHlom I
MotiHu partli'H niul HoldioiH urn lalHirlng I
in roinovi! Hiinu uml uoiiriH Iniin tlio
' iirofiik-nt of I liu Fiict
! Hmiiuior, In In t hi!
II. II hiukniiiii. of lli.niiii.il-
t. ... .. . 11"'
! ironi fun r r.iiiciR-o WhtiMi iiv.
i i ivIl'kIhv liuiriiltii'
Nlofk exploiled, nnd wUN 'huVr Into Sll1'!"?"- l,lVt,,,,;,,! ?li
.Hmlilini.'i.ii- N-,,.,,,.1 111,0 ho hoiiHi'U'HH. A tullor numi'it T.
rho Tlimnmii l.i-Kioii will tvo u Htroot
I puiuilo nuxt b'iituriliiv nlirht.
Hon. W.J. .McConnull, of the llrm of
; .MvComii'll, Mcliulro & Co., of Mohoow,
I Iilulto, who Wiih pruHii.ont of the Sciuitt!
mt this tlmoof J. N. Dolph'H election, In
m tliu city. lIuiH u blu' iiierchimt uml
' Wllmv 1'i.vt r In N.ir York I'll)-.
. . . . .
. llll K, l)lll. 'l . llll'IH 4 Oil.
.1.. .1.. .. . i. V . i... I
iivciy no .mmiiiw- levor neiv. nio Cil
Hiinittuy ivnilition ii iHirfcct, cuntrnrf
n'porlM Minn I'usoli'fH.
I ruin ii u i:ii(i.
).l.l.An. lox. Sunt. "(I V
tiury nmvietH uSttunptoil te ohlmiio vintoif
1.1... 11... ...... I.. .1... 1 .1 li
iu.i. i uu viiiiiiiih iiri'd on Ilium, on,
' mix kiiicii i t 0 no Mux limrlii v wnnnT
;U'(i: nno wuh cuplnivil, uml two c
illlV.
HtieetH. Tlio Iomm on property will pro
I Kni!ii dealer of l.laho ut tin, pienent tline, h hi v r'euAi I mill o'lin '
und HiiyH ho Iuih u little corner of lii.t own b,,,,,) rom1' ?'WK),0lM).
A I'lO.NKI-.lt NIIOT.
And solicit a continuance of the liberal natronay:e thtY
i o j
long enjoyed, guaranteeing their customer
PULL COMPENSATION
In Reduced Prices for the accommodation heretofore
have
I J I1KAN. ATTOItNKY AT LAW.
I, llllli-r;-.limn MlfOl'l, III TIIIIIIIIIMOII
X4 MIN'OII. ATTOIINKYM AT I.AU"
(till. Illl'jllll.
1 r III Tl'lll' ll. ATTIIKVI.'.V ATI UV
rimi' or Ori'Kitn uimI A'lmiiiniiin, ..,,
f.i llm iitvililtil I ( nllniiil..! ..
r i". ....... -.ii. in
AMI V . U' lf.l.ll lTTiilll.vu Af
I. IK KIMIIlK .llillll I Of lll f.riat I HI'.
.. '"'.'. i'iiiii'I ..mill null ll L'liu
1 TK I U'lllTI." ATTI1IIMIVU .IT
MV. iTllltlL'Iflll. llrHL'llll. HlilllimM llllll
rilYSICIAXS AND StMtUKONS.
k-".A.K IIIIIHIIIN.MKTA.I'IIYSlCI N
I n.l T.iielitr of t'hrUIIiin Sclinco.
mnutlmi on aivi'ii In rlipiiuiHlNni 'mil
i mi. ui..,, ciinhiiltutliin f(.,., i.'in.h
nir'liin luu, f ,., mm,iu. OIIU-i-
i T, ' t. i". iimir in r.iiai iiri'Kiiuiiiii
'wins. IViiillt'ioii.UuKiin.
ll'HWOi.l), l'UYHIl.'JA. AMI SUIt.
I SIMtl llltl"!. Ill IrvlmilH ilrm. hliirM
It. BAItKKIt, IMIVHIUXAN a'nIISIIII.
i ("HI. KlMIIII 11 Aamwlullnn l.liu.b
... ., , , ,t.f, ri-unil.
J. M. I'lll'HTI". IMIVMII'IAV IVM
"Urifllll. I)lll...lllkiir Miuirliiiliiii'i Ar
. "'"i"-'. iiiruri in uiiiiiKiiii nun
nm.u, IViullvtiin, Orfj(i
il. A' VIVii r ii fiL'L'if.i. jiii..ii
. fln.ifhoui' A Cii.'i htnrn. i:ilili'iin.. on
"i ttl lifiir I niirt klr... l. Iiii viin
urflpn n i H ii ..... ... i i... ...i t I... ...
"in, r.niHH'liil ultmillnn vlven In the
! niniiin mill elilldriiii.
ROTHCHILD & BEAN
Cheap News
Tlao Seini-Weolily
Bast Oregfonian
AND THE NEW YORK WORLD
From now until after the Presidential election
in November for
Only 75 Cents.
S ( ai rip. Taken.
Address :
East Oregonian Pub. Co.,
Pendleton, Oregon.
Great Western Bakery.
DINING ROOMS,
Mil ihlX. I In ll!l ii'i nilik' i.nrrnliiit f.mr '
Ihouciind tonn. I'ho coiintleH of Whll-
; niiin lii WuHliinjtiim Territorir, und Xe. A UuHriminf oniror m Niirrlilmi Shin.u
rorvo iiml I.iteh in tduho, produce till the " I'romli'rin ritii.ii nr mmIiiiiviiip.
jluvln tlio I'.irltle Nortliwettt. oxeept u .Mi Minnviu.i:. Or. Sept. -27. .fumex F.
I little ralcod In l.inn county. Tho tlrin of ! Hew ley, ono of thu wciiltlilext clllreim of
I whieli McConnell In u n.euilier luivo con-1 this county, inula pioneer of Mil, wum
ho traded for all that it ruined in Whitman, nhot In the ctreel of Sheridan hint oven
. Xuz I'erco, und I.iteh coiintleH, uml there- ln ly V. McCiino, a voun man on the
fore elaiiii to he miMliirnof the llnseediiit-'iiiaruntlne foice, und died carlv this
natlnii, und urn jjolm: to conivel i'orll.iml i inoriiiiiK. Ilewlev lives ut Me.Mln'nvllle.
Imi.miih to puy u nlei) tonml price this ' .MrCnno notilled lilm to leavu Sheridan.
. . us (hoy wens ufrald of the Hinallpo.x.
! i iiu. hiu iiikuii iris ueeii mmi'iiiiik
, twoilavH for his halloon, hut has not jet
i iieen uiiiu to Iiml it.
extended i ' Ioleml, a rMmtyoumnit.
itonioy of this city, Iium just retiiinul
from ii uliort visit to the liiistei u States.
. Uu visited Xow York City, and m.ivh elee-
j lion liets thoro uiv f 10 to $7. In favor of
Cleveland. Iiu ceoius to .'out wrv conll
i dent that Cleveland will Ui elected.
Tliu.iuvuiiile Ojvra Company uro play
W hllo parleylnu ulxiut leiivim; or Iwinu
uriesled McCiiiui drew iiiu iistoluml llred
into liowley'H fare. The hall enleied his
i rllit i:herk, und lodged in his hralu.
Ni:iutr,i: to hi: i'iuui:ri i:h.
I lm Triiiihln AhoiihIiik llm V'orl Mihii In
1 Tl'XHU.
AfMlN, lo.x Sept. 'Jtt. It in reiKiited
1 lliis tnot iiIiik Unit all Mexicans in Sturr
' Ink; to Kuml houses ut thu Xew' I'ark mid TV V "r,"M, i""" 1 , .u,,, '"'
tiniLlnir niui. Ii....nlyiii,...u ..ii,ii.. ... i...i- Is uhoiit to lm made on I'ort ltitm-
lillrimile lnim. lll nf mlmlmr- I '' . t!oVtTllor UosS has received tllll
A u-reat ueliess and a n.ite.l untor, Mu-1 ';'" "'B, Vi."1. .( ,"1,,,,,1V1,,I,,K.
trio WMliiwriitht and b.uls .lames will "nnmiiilurii l;rt Kluuold: "1 will pro
!llI.IK).trl.l INirlland next week In u no.... ,',,1,J"' !iiM. " ""'I, t thu Hiph
. . .. . : ----- ... i mini ,i... .... .ii ..hi in. .ill
; ..iiiii iiiv i I. II lull ll.'l .1 1
tier of iSliakeHiieaiu'H ilayi.
In thu (Jnlled Slates Circuit Court o
tenlay .IiidKe De.ulv decided thohii'tof
I j 11 M....I I....I ........ I.. 1
.'..ilivri I., .U1IIIIKUIIIUI I ilUil.ll'll 1 1 IT I Uliril . . . Ml .
simi.w I.. f..v,,M..f ii ..I n... L..I i iwwt 'f I hem will not
wits lirou'lit In ciniin'l the Koverumoiitto I
ii-niiu a iiiiu in tinnier i.imi in iishini4 iiain ami w i.mi,
ton Tertltory, which thu plalutlir claims '
l's uro Htislalucd I iv
the arrival of Statu troops." All avail. i
hlo Milillers have lull for the Hceue of
trouhlo, hut oven liy rapid truusporlaliou
most of I hem will not reach Fort Itlnn
pild hefoto to-morrow nlulit.
to have ucipilred Coder Ihu limliur act.
This is a tost cumi, and t'nited States !is
tri.'t Attoriinv IjiuIh McArtlnir (..Intula
i aiieallii to thu Siijiremo Court.
Thu .liiekHomtiiHlfrey fltiKU'iift coiuhl
I nation nriived here yesterday. Jackson
i uml (lodfrey will npar fou'r rounds at
thu Turner Mall to-nlnlit. I'aildv (!ur-
man, .Mr. I'liy.p.itricK anil a r nutler.
niuster of eereiiioniu-i. will niui have a
pot-to. .lackhon is u fiill-lilooileil neu'io
i i.. .i i . i .. i i i.. .
mm in inn diuiiipiuu nam inner oi i
Austialla.
Arrivals from KiiHtern Oregon yestor
day and to day uto us follous: !' Uniyl
I.. Kimble, C. I.. I'aluiur, Jus. Shlruly,
W. II. Sliliely uml wife, J. It, Itoliiuson,
IVnilletmi ; Murphy, Umatilla; .Mrs.
Wilson und C. A. Itheii llepinur, It. J.
Uoeis, l.a (Jrunde.
a iji ki:kTni)IViiiiai.,
A TiTrlliln Sliirni Srf llrr Mrliii.
.Uu.
tiMitciihrKii, iMiihii., Sept. '.'it. A fiui
mis notlheast rain hlorm and thunder
htoriii camu up early this moruiui,', unit is
Mill rauiiik'. At Xautucket lleach many
pleasuro hoats weie sunk, ami others are
ashoiu. At Wlttt mail, Ahlndoii, ami
Dnnkers thu stoim was most Hivero, do
Inir ureal damiiKu to fruit tiees, telegraph
Miltis, etc,
tin: tvniMT .MAiiiu:r.
I't lie To liny nt Ntuv York. C'lilrHK mnl
fu.i i riiiii i.ru.
Ut
Sax Fii.iNt'ifTo, Sept." 'J7. Wheat
t....& i t.. i.. r.t- .i i ... hi
i.iii'iKnii in in iiiii iiuiiimiii in (r. n-.i
(moiailoiiH at i incupi uio fi.tui for
Seiitemhur; H7Li for Octohur: mid l7'..
for Dccumher. Xew York ipiotatious
are: cuhh, f i.um. , ucioiier, fl.lll ; Mi
iKiuiiHir, ?i,u:i; nccemu-r, fl.ut; .May
l,twtt.
(innii i;.mm iii.
imiiUir nf HiH cliniMis of nli.nm. for "e :iilliiron weiu iiroueiit licro liy
woiilil willlnely pay twenty
KKXTIHTS.
,'! HKATIK. HKNTI8T. a AH ADMIN
tllfl-rl um.u. -H..I.. ui . i..m
. . ,y.,,,tvi ..iiiiii r.irix'i.iii iiuiiiii
ininiuiiir. i-cnuiuion, Oriiu.
vvjimiAXtcs.
iinii.,iL;...,-NI"Aw.A?
-.t ms i nun . irrrvn i. iiumiv
notlr.
-'Uliafr. iHfn nnliiMi at mililanM
" V'IMIl Iinil I'luimndikii ulrouta llnrllA.
,fci".;MI' wrr- roiiciiMi aim promiHiy
.. aUII JlHKlif A I lu ia ttrt llunlull Ull .
"uu, iirrtron niu.iii.a.iiii, ,.r..-r nr nil
"mili Wm! rniulhlA nittnimp utiri nn
AK A ItltiiU'V iifiiTuL- fuunrinv
a th.i'?r.n.1,hH!.Pu hof' notice. Order
in.roniltrv will rMulv nmmnt utlan.
" in painllne a mi-luli v
Plw,, MN,MU.NI "OUHK ANDHION
- mm wnil.nlniv ii i .... ..n,i .1,....
- -"-Ii IIIU 111 1H T llnnly Ulur ll.b.rv.
M. G It ATX, t'rotrletor.
A. FIEST-OLASS MJEIA.I,!
KOIl
TWENTY-FIVE CENT8I
A NIOK, CLEAN BI3H FOR HQ OR 50 (JKNTS
OPEN DAY AJSHD TSTIG-ItCT!
Main Xtrert, ntxir Pontofictt, PrtulMoH t dw
Alexander & Frazer,
.liKAI.KItS IN-
General Merchandise,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and
Fancy Goods.
Family Groceries a Specialty.
i Mormon Missionaries who ant unroiitu In
Salt UVo City.
a htiisiiiv iki'i:iii:i).
Tlia Itua.lHIi (loVf ri.in.nl I'mil. liiplulf"
War.
Hr, I'lrrniHiinm.ltussla, Sept. 1!(J. Thu
Kovornment luirioiiureil a miiIimIiIv oi xi.l.'
(KM to u prlvutn firm for a Htcamship line
to run iHJtwcon uuKMiununu ruciue ixirts,
Corean, Japanese ami Chlueso itorts to
Mint the (iisiios.il oi kuhhiu Hi llm uveiit
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF
MAIN hTUKKT. .....
CHARCE.
I'KNIU.KTON, llllMI
hi 11... . - -
wii.KiNHiiv. piiAimnAr.
ii'f.i,nfJt KUl1 Clironoiuetfr Ma-
.11 1IM ahnVA hnii.li. j llU-nrlf
.p7;Jlva;t0tf,'j om ;m Maln
MwnUUL"-JlI'. ST0NU AND ,1!UCK
' . nu innnn. . .... . ---- ------
Mfk -,.VJ' inu or .'one
Hre-prooi partltloiu.
lilSn-'0 CAN UK HAD AT THE
I-"- UKHiAMIlM n.lt... .i.".
rfinifni" c,"'-iwr than tho of
priming horn.,, n Katum Oregon
W. J. VAN SOHUYVER & CO.,
"Wine and Spirit Merchants,
03 FRONT ST. - - - PORTLAND, OREGON
AO KNTS
CYRUS NOBLE BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHUTZ BREWING
CO. (Milwaukee. Wit ) EXPORT PILSNER BCTTLEDBEER, ART A
D IAN SPRING MINERAL WATER, (Waukemaw. Wit.) VEURE CLI
QUOT PONSARDIN CHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Label.) Ju23dw3m
An Amrrli'in In KiikIhiiiI Who Ailiil
MtruiiKi l)' Hint Mil I'rciillur llriif l. :
Iisno.v, Sept. 'M. Coroner Whllo,
biii....ii...i ii. II... oi'liliiiiiin fi.L'i t tli.. i
-..lll.lllflllllK l' IIIU DIII1.UI,II I. IIIIU,,.. . l I ll.l. HI ..1
In, mi ..I .l...l.i.wi Vflil... i- I 1 I wit' Oiif Mill (llrliHiivrilfru... All.ir
iiiiluvi ... .liu ii.it.ni iii.u 'IIM!..'! null- . . . ,
lli.r Mllllml lll.il.ll- Hint llllll. llv nfliir llm I
ilMnllsntlli.il.iHi hIIIIiil. wiui'i 1111I.IUI1...I XlIW YllllK, Soiit. '.U Twoilty llillll
themilMuirator of thu Himllsh palholi)- K rl"- rainthiK from nine to fourteen ycais
ical museum Informed him that Home I "f Iniilit li"iu frmii I-.iiuIiumI on
nionlliH mIiicu an American visited t. . the Hteamer W Iseoiisln yeslerday, have
museum and asked him to nroouro a I .l'l fu!! "'k . Collector Mukoii
IHClll
which ho would w
iKuiniH each, iiiu American Haiti IiIh
otijoct in HocuriiiK Hpcclmuns was to ihsuu
ono with each copy of a liook upon which
ho wuh eiiKUKed. Thu Hiiheiirator
promptly informed thu applicant that it
was Imjiosilile to comply with his in
queet. The Aiiiericuu continued und
ured his reitiestunil declared ho wanted
Hiiecimens iireservcil In ulvcorlnu Instead
of in spirits, in order to keep them flaccid.
110 reiieuieu insHoiicitationat unoiliur in-
Htitution. 1 Jin curator lininutllalely In-; of war.
lormeo 1110 nuicors 01 uio M'ou.imi luru
of the HtraiiKu utlalr. It is hoiwid that ,
tho publicity of thu matter will lead to '
the detection of tho criminal who com ,
mitted thu Whllo Clmiel murders.
Much aHsistancu is looked for from tho
American press In tho discovery of uu
American who is evidently iiuunu.
TIIKKK IN IIOTK NOW.
i Jack KriMl Kiprctl In C'uuie lu llir Itcacii
Numb.
Jackmosvillk, Sept. "(1. At noon to.
duv two deaths und forty new cases of
yellow fever are reported. The weather
is qullo chilly und tliu cheering new s that
frost vihitud many places in the Southern
States this mornim; uml yesterday
tended to kIvo remuinliiK citiuus 1iomj
that thu wourxo may soon lw ullayed.
TKLI.OW JACK IIKCM.VINO.
It U llellrnl thf Wurl U Ovrr auit llaaltli
anil lliii.. Will Aaln Coma Hixui.
Wahiiinoton, Kept. "0. Surgeon Oen
oral ilumilton has received numerous
telegwruH from the yellow fover faction,
bringinK favorahlo roiorlH. The fiur
Keon Uenerul believu the fover is on the
decline und will nloly die away.
Kll.I.ttll IIV AN KI.KI'IIANT.
Au Kl...unt Truln.r Klllf.l WlilU
lowing t A vuchiIii...
ItllOCKVILLK, I'll
Vol
roropaiiKh ri "Tip" out
yeMerday, was killed
which ijored him
trampled him.
Sept. 2(1. John
of thu car hure
by tho animal.
wild her tusks und
1'oH'ey, tho elephant trainer, whilo tukliiK
"lip"
A DKSI'KIIATK YOUTH
Take. IIU l.lff Itei-Mn.t. Ha IM.I Mil l.lkr
lu worn.
HS FiiANVihtin, Kept. '.'II. In Alameda
la.t nlulit Allien Kiillheimer, not ouitu
seventeen years of age. suicided, HtuhliliiK
himself in thu heart with a L'arvliiK knife
because of u dislike to work.
M'l.f.lVAN IMI'ltOVINH.
Thr SlinKn'. I'hy. Irian Hay llf Will llrt
Wall.
IIonTON, Sept. I'll. At tho lesldenco of
John I.. Sullivan ut 'J i: i., It was stated
by tho physicians that the patient In
1 steadily improving, and thoro is every
piOHM!:t for Ida recovery.
A Mrmlirr ur I'arllauiriil Nrntancril,
Dl'ULIK. Sent. '.'(I. John K. Hedmond.
Small I'oiHprraiilac. , M, !., for Wexford was rontenced to-day
IiUKfAU), N. Y., Hept. '.'o". .Smallpox j to five weeks' Imprisonment without
is snreadinif here. A half dozen new I hard labor for offences under the crimcb
caftea were rejiorted laxt nix'it. 1 uct.
pears in New Orleans or Texas.
I'rll from h Tniln ni.it Klllr.l.
rnucKCK, Coi.li., Seit I'll. OanO'.Miil
lev, ii woiMlnian, Ihirly years of nj;o
fell from a timviiiK' truiu last nlulit uni
w us killed.
Ofiirrnu4 l'fii.f In Arlioim.
hioKNix. Arln. Sept. I'll. Suvurat sub
Hcrlptlon lists for tho benelll of tin
vellou- fevur siiU'erN havu been opened
ueie.
An i:iuy Munition.
Piuin Uu- Iiiillunn M.'iillnnl:
Will some Demoeralle frcii.triiilnri
kindly tell us how the removal of the
tin ill on wool will iiuiko lili'li.iirli'.nl uiuii
l.irinets anil low-nriceil c lot i Ini- f..r m.i
cIiiiiiIch uml other town peopluV"
llm illleslloli Is iihLimI lie it ti I ll.ln tmmv
i ..." i .. . .... . ' . i r
iiiiii ieiriiiiuceti in me .louriiai. :t is uu
easy ono to nnswer. Most of tho forulun
wisil that our maiitifacttiiets use Is mixed
Willi iloines e wo.il in Ilia in iW.nr nf f .Ii
lies, Tim i lieaUT llie foreieu wool enn
Is! bought, llt.i I'li.'i.iuir tlui ii.i..iiifinitiii.ii.tl
r.-" : " " "I ' " null
can piiiiluco Ills fabrics, iiiu cheainT hu
produces them, the stealer will Ui llm
iiemanit. I lie K'eator thu ilemaml for
his koimIs, tlio Ktealer his deimtml for
wool, Isitli doinestie ami foielun. Tho
Kreater the demand for wiml, tliu better
prlcoitwill eommaml. Xeaily one-half
the woolen mills in tliu country arniilM to
day, while wu are luipoitliiKt l t.l'00,0,10 of
wooien kooiis. iiiiiHixHirlliu,' harelv fMHl,
l)W. With fieo wisil, these mills could
Man up and make thu bulk at this f 11,.
000.000 of psiils which urn now made for
us in Kniilaiid. Scotland, France ami Cur
luuiiy. Insleadof uxHirllmthulf ii million
of woolen nisids, wu could sism oxs.rt
leu or llfleeu milliuiis. There is no mys
tery alioiii it ut ull. There is no theory
about It either, because oxpetioncu hIiowh
just what free law niiiteiluls will do for
thu country. Willi free hides, we exnort
over $10,000,000 of leather, mid wilh fiee
cotton. wioHiit overl.'i.OOO.tKK) nf col
Ion Koods. When wisil was on the free
list, before thu war, our fanners got im.ru
for their wool than thev have ovnr not
slncu It was "protected."'
rice wimii means
Cheai.er und belter clothluu for llm
puopiu.
A better market for the domestic man
ufacturer, mid
A lielter ilemiiud and higher withes for
the textile woikers.
Wliy Krf n Wiml Wool. I lli nrlll l,n Wool
Oriiwa r,
From ll... liulliinuHrnllni'l,
Tho Sentinel does not baso its assertion
that free wool would Ik'HcIH thu Ameri
can wool-jjrowor on theory. It bases It
on fuctH and uxiH-ileticu which ailinil of
no other conclusion. When wool was
fieo thu fiirmur got better pi Ices for his
wisil than hu has pit since It was pro
lecteil. This beliiK tho lact, It Is piutty
safe to assiimu that If wool went fteu
a-aiii thu farmer would ak'aln get better
iirices. And there is no "colleKeJoro" or
"cheuii louie" uboiit it elthtir. "CoIIulmi
lorn" wo have iionu, ami "cluun loeic"
wu leave to thu monoiKily tax organs.
We deal uxchislvely in facts. And hern
urn Huinu Dies for the Journal to gnaw on:
in in-iii, wiin wool on me lieu list, thu
highest price ut Xew York wuh -15 tents,
lu IKOOit was -10 cents, lu lHUl ll wuh
l5centM. In iKHt, with wisil lilehly "uro-
letted," the highest price was I!8 runts.
In IH.S.i it was ill cents. In 1K.H0 it was
.'ll cents. Averugu liiuheHt nrlcu for the
lust three years of free wool, l.'i.lj cents.
iWenigo lor the last three vears of uro-
teetetl wool, ili'ij cents, Diirerencu lu
favor of free wool. lOients u ikiiiiuI.
Isn't that a nrettv K.xsl leaaon tu be
lieve that free wool now would ImiiirIH
thu wool-grower?
.
l.)lniC In llie Farmrr.
Kroi.l tlm InUlauaHi'lillnel
rorukur has tho null to tell thu farmers
that thu turlir ho given thorn "u better
price for their lands und their cropa" and
"less cost for practically ull they may
have occasion to buy." No man with u
onscleiico would tell a liu like this, even
to gain llie Presidency.
Here aie tliu lilgiioHi prices paid in
Xow York for the principle farm nn-
iliictHln 1H00 ilow turllO and HW (high
laiitl. i Utt the fanners study OiIk tutilu
and ask theiuselves how they uro bene.
filed by the nioiioK)ly larllf;
Iran.
fyiwTarlrr.
Ui
II
(
oril
Cotton
Oat
Si i' pork'
wiiiui ....
Wisil
- 17
-l 7S
1.70
. 40
1HM.
IIIU Tarlir,
.Vl
to
m
ii
On llir In n lUt In m.
And thu cost of tho dutlahlourtfclo that
tho farmer buys Is enhanced 17 cents on
every Uollur by the turill.
Ooesn't tiov. I'oruker lie scamlalouMv
when lie tells tho farmer that high turlfT
iienefltH him 7
There uro 100 ruling horses at thu
Wullu Wulla fair grounds, und a groat
many more uro still exacted.
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