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The East Oregonian.
itAit.Y, : hkmi-wkkkijY, tiro.
Noway, bu n sonsatlcnal;
Freeh, but not coarse;
t Liberal, but not wicked.
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rmort, more, noriifr of Johmon ami
purtus lndlPtmi, Oregon
In. ft. kino., m. a ofkick ovku
Mftorlmu.e A Co.' i.tort. Ue.ldencc.on
vr"'1 0uri tptit. lldHldcnce
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i( women nnd children.
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Tim tlnvll lliirnlne O, A T. Klectl.m A
Yoiuit'rhpr-Jikui4iinil Wnlnwrlflit -A
Onirrom Mini, i:tc.
lNiUThAM), Or., Oct. 1!. f ho Chinewi
fcstiviil culloil tliu "Suerlllfo of thu
Dovil." which is held unco it year, in how
In full lilitHt In HiIh city. Tim fcstlvltlen
will I'onllntiu until Octobur lltli. Tha
)rincl)itl fi'remony In thu btiniiiiK of a
MH)ruuvii, wnuu u ttenerulu Htrulo
tukvH placo for the iWHOHHion of kiuuII
pot-Hoim of liis (Iivkh. Wliouvcr pultiH
poKhOHHlon of u (tluco will huvo t;ood hick,
it i thought, for the onguing year, llcueo
the llRht over tho (IovII'h dreH Ih u rics
Henry Vlllitrd, who uptln virtually
eontrolH tho Noitheru 1'ucitlc, Ih now
niitklii(f httiiHolt folt in tho Oregon o
Triitiecontlhonlal YcHtorduy ut u dlrvc
tors' tnuolitiK of tho O. t T. tOuiputiv, A.
I). Charlton and 8. (i. Fulton, Udli
Northern l'uclfltt uIIIcIuIh, wcro elected dl
rontons in place of .1. AI. Fox nnd Win.
Mackintosh, who declined to nerve.
Tho buhy robher, (ieorun Ilunlou, who,
with two other Imyn, ntolo f NO from tlie
cufo of U. Anittv it Cy. ycntordity ilcnd
guilty, nud wtiti Htihtenrcd to one year in
tho iKiultoiitiarv; but on recoiutuetidif
tiou of Dintrict Attnrnoy McCiinn wiih huh
Iionded iiidellnllely. Tho boy Ih but
thirteen yearn of uko.
Four htinterrt butted nltiuty-nlno ilneltH
on HauvioH lhlaml last Sunday.
County Clerk K. C. Wheeler hax Junt
rotuineif from a tiip to l'ondloton. lie
in loud in iirulo of that city, and very
conlltlunt that a grout fntuio Ih in Htoro
I.oiiIh JitincH and Matlo Walinvrlu-lit
opened for it weok'n uiiKaitcinent in
"Uttiello" ut tlui iNew raric theater luNt
night. Thu beauty and braltiH of I'ott
laud turned out to fee them, and no
more llatterini! reception Iiiih Ijcoii ac
corded ativ meiiiberH of tho profensloii In
HiIh ellv for uiuiiv carn. Sin-aklni: of
tho play, it well known critic wild to your
romirlcr hint nluhi: "in hcoiiii: tno ureal
dramatic! tragedy of 'Othello' ono go in
ShakoHcaro uiiudtiltcrutcd. Mr. Juiiich'
idea of HiIh part, 'Othello,' H.otnH to bu
perfect. Ills act lug wan hlrong and vlg-
DrotiH. Ilu achieved ull tho cllinaxert
with Hticcosri. and when thu curluin fell.
left In my iiittid a now aiul tttroug picture
of the ugoni.ed, noblediearled Moor.
MIch Wulnwrlght'H JVmleinoiia I what
pen Ih udodiiato to it duxcriptlon of IIh In-
nocunt liivoiiHtiohH. ilH tender, nover-dy-
Ing lovo, itH dainty ooiiuelry, Hh gnu-o of
motion, itH HWcetnenH of voice, itH raro
iutcinrctatiou of thu mauler thoughtH."
Tho wliolo company wan Htrong und ox
cellent. Tonight "Ah You I.Ike It;"
Wt'dncHdav. VlrgltUUH;" inurftiay,
I lam ot : "Friday. ''Hchool for fccundal :"
Saturday matinee, "(Iretchcn."
A drove of 800 Miccii urnved near l'.unt
Portland Hnudav. Thov wore driven
from (5raHH vulloy, Wai-co county, by ono
man und two dogii, in ten day, with a
Iohh of but two hoad.
Clmrli'H T. Itattelle. tho well known
ticket HcaliHtr, Iiuh been uppolnted ticket
agont of thin city for tho Southern 1'a
cillo Company. Tho roonm lined for
manv yearn uh tho Argonaut wiloon, cor
nor of Virxt und Alder HtrcetH, tun Iniliig
fitted up for uu nlllco.
Ah u ecntloman Htopiwd from tho O. fc
0. train yeHtorday morning, u 'purno
dropiKtl from hli overcoat Kx;kct. It wiih
picked up by "Itob," u nownboy, who ran
ipilto udiHtunco, overtook, tho man, und
placed nit! purno in inn iiunu, niiuruuuii
tho largo-heurted und genoroiiH man guvo
Hob u nickel, mo UHinniHiimunv ni uie
boy rendered lilni hiksccIiIobh for u mo
mcnt. Imt rprnvnrlni! hiniRclf ho too!c U
dlmo from IiIh own ocket, und with tho
nickel handed it to tho Granger with tho
remark: "Tako thin, you may need it lw
foro leaving town," Tho wullet Ih nald to
huvo contulned foOO in currency, nun
gitnerotiH man, wiio ih it poo; unit nnoo
manufacturer of Norton, und u "protec
tionist," Ih do doubt a relative of the fel
low who used to clvo1 hln little boy flvo
centn ut night for blacking bin liootH, und
get up when tho boy wuh unlecp und ideal
tho money from IiIh twket, und. lick
him the next day for lotting it.
It U Hufo to fay that there U no better
reHtuurant on the Coast than Frieman'H,
of this city. Ito Rure and out there when
in Portland. He has tho bent cooks ob
tainable, and everything to est that can
be found in the markets.
THK NKW CIIINItHK LAW.
II la Itellet.d thmt Krrn Chlnnmeu Now on
Tkelr May Amerlen I'orU Citunot
Wahiiinciton, Oct. a. It Ih not proba
ble that uuy ucjlon will bo taken by the
Senuto towuru tho cnactmunt of u law to
allow tho Clilneco who had embarked on
their return to the 1'nltctl States, duly
provided with cettltlcatcH, beforo tho pun-
Nigo of tlui bill Hlgned yeiderday, to laud
upon their arrival in HiIh Country.
monir tho I'ncllic Count enatorHund re-
prewututives tho tcellng in very tie no nil
tbst tho ChihCHO now in IruiiHlt catitiotlo
permitted to laud upon their arrival, and
that thoy intiHt Iks returned to tho imrt of
r.mbaikutlou. ilio law Ih mandatlory.
they nlllrm, and cannot be evaded.
YKHTKKDA Y'N ItAUKrt.
Tim Iliinnennnil Winner, nt Wnlla Wullii
In tho Hpeclnl trot, thrco In live. I.lttlo
1'iatik wuh llrnt. JamcH O. Kecond. (7urrio
C. third; purno il'UU.
iiiu puiuiiu rucu wiih n inn, iiiuu ueairi,
purKi 100, fur thu bent threu in llvu for
J :lt) hori-en. Col. llnldHhaw Hint. Fnu-
luxlo necoiid, Orecu third; tlmu L'i.Wj
For thu I'loneer Hlaku. tuirm $200.
Uroudchurch wuh tho winner. Arthur II.
neeond, I'at lluinin third; tliuo 1 :0Utt.
in tno closing nice, a iRKi-yuiil (Iiihii.
IK'UUH and Cavuno Molllo mitdu u dead
heat, tiino It wuh run over, und
HogtiH won; tlmu II..
NTItlKK IN MISSOURI.
TUB WIIKAT MAKKKT.
UboIbIIub t Nw York, Liverpool nd
Chlcago-Han francltc Stuck.
CiiiVaoo, Oct. 3. Wheat, 1.04,' for
cash and October, 1.0U4 'or November,
l.OOJi for Decembor.
New York quotations are H.Ort for
cash, 1.07i for November, WW tor
December. , , ,
At Liverpool the wheat market isoulet.
California, 7s. lid.
Ban Fjiancihco. Oct. 3. A f trong feel
ing provulled in tho stock markets yes
terday, and there wuh an udvanco ull
along the line. Con. Cal. und Vlrglnlu
und Ophlr cloHcd 7o cents over tho pre
vious day, und Coufldeuco jumped up to
twenty dollars, un advance of '.25.
Other advances ranged from five to thirty
A Fuctory Peetroyail.
Fkxsmo, Cal., Oct. 3. Iiroughton's
rsisln-box factory was destroyed by fire
here yesterday ; loss 115,000.
Mikado K ported R.ad.
ljoHBQtU, Oct. 3. The Mikado is re
ferted dead at Khsrtouifl.
(Val Miner to the Numlier of !J t.oill) tjnll
Work, lli'cnuan Their llrumuil fur Wage
It Nut UranU'd.
Mr. Louis, Oct. 3. Twenty-olio thou
sand mlnurH employed by tliu St. 1 .mi In
CoitHolldHted Coal Company havo gouo
out on it ntrlko. Thoy havu been hold
ing wivkly mcotliigH for Hover.tl montliH
at Kant St. LoiiIh, llullovlllo, ami Alton,
endeavoring to urrungo u satisfactory mle
of wages, but wcro unublu toagreu with
the 1 Rinse. Thu mlnuiH demanded two
and a quarter centn per bushel, top
weight, for mining coal, which would Isj
one-half cent nsr bushel above thu price
rctiflonH. in tho latter ho Hlmply urgubn,
which in tho prosent emergency Is all
that any man can do. No reasoning can
set iihIiIu tho unjust newt and unreusonu
blenuHH of it t'ontinuod high tarlll I' taxa
tion. Tho fruit crop in tho "Inland Empire"
Is very short this year, and therefore a
largo amount of that necessary commo
dity must 1k ptocured from tho Willam
ette, fruit groworH. Now hupjioho tho
fruit men hero could Induce the railroad
company to ntlso tho freight on this
product ono cont it pound, it would cna
blo them to command just that much
moio on tho homo product ; yet ovorv lte
publlcan who has to buy IiIh winter's
fruit would ntl.o u howl against such a
protectlvo tarlll. Thoy could at onco rt
allzo thu unfairness of tho sltuutlon lw
eauso brought directly to their doom.
Mr. Scott scetiiH greatly exorcised over
thu probability that Mr. Cleveland, a
Democratic President, is likely to do so
wlso and bonollcial un act un to sign the
now Chineso exclusion bill, and suggests
Unit Mill (ittli,tm tfol'iiriimniit u-hllhi hn
....... ..... . - . r ' ii "i ii .........
justitled In withdrawing from un her ten
or twulvu million dollar tnulo. Supdoho
she (iocs so fooliHh it thing, which Is not
at all likely, can't our pcoPlu, who huvo
formed tho uiicontmlablo litthlt of wear
ing Chlnesn silks and Htnoklng Chlnosu
oiiIuiuh, get them through an intennn
iIiiiIh sotirco; or would tho IiuuiIh of tho
Intercessor remove, that iiecullar and du
lluhtful Chlnosooilor, so pleasant to soma
These people who uro making tho
ureutest nolsu and itslm: tho least amount
of just reasoning on this tarlll' question
uro tne wool grower. jh an atoal to
thu nMisouInu facultiuH of tho laborlnir
classcH who are comelled by thu rigidity
of thu cltmatu to wear woolen fabrics, 'I
wllluivo tho plain facts resultimr from
the chaugcH an pmK)sed by tho Mills
bill, and thosu olfured by the "wool
groworH' schedule." An ordinary family
will wear, In tho courso of it year, ut
leust ono hundred dollars' worth
of woolen gisslri. Thu Mills bill reduces
these goods about 30 tier cent, or $30 on
tho amount consumed by thu family,
whllu on thu other hand the sheep grow
ers and woolon nuiiiufiicturors' associa
tion clamor for an Increase of 40 H)rc.ont.
orflOontho amount used by tho said
family, or a saving lwtwouu tho two hills
of f"0 or soveiPteiitliH. Now, my dour
farmer, which of these proiKisi-
lions do you upprovo? I know
A Nteaiiier'n Swell t'ni.le Their Hon I
and Noun Are Havi'd.
San Fiiancisco, Oct
four. couhIhIIiil' of .1
watchman on tho Union
, i,i , i...
& rr hartende ! ! TlZt
... ...it.. ,.r ..... ... .
will vote to iimku thu above dlscrimlim
i ., '. tl,lr(v f ! men who wuro ho grluvously trampled on
...... M..1J..11. hy sheep lienlerH it few yearn ago that
uT. ,i I , l . ' t ly lesorled to saltHtor to protect their
.. ,u I . "''fdrniH from tho encroachment of llimi
anon tliu samu ,,,,,. ,..i ,..,i n,..,. , ii i..i
and a lioatimm mimed Nelson, who of
fered his services to tako tho other ihrco
men on it tlshlng uxcurslon, left thu city
yesterday morning. About an hour af
ter Ihnir depaituru, it heavy swell,
an Incoming steamer, cap-
boat und thu four men weru
Nonu of tho ImxIIch were re-
A HAD OUTLOOK,
Drouth Hint Orihiiiprr Ilettrujr t'ro'
lit Halvadur--An Otitrdiin Ve.nel In
San Fjiani'isco, Oct. 3. -Tho Hteumer
Urunuda, which urilved from I'auaiiia
yesterday brlugn news that owing to lack
of ntin in various departments of tho Itu
public of Salvador, ull thu crops havu
been lost, To udd to this, there bus lieen
u plaguo of gruHshoppcrH.
'Iliu ilritlsli Hark Maelgwyn 170 days
days overdue from l.lvcrKiol, with u
ctrgo with gonorul merilmndlso, put In
un uppeuranco iiiih morning.
A KOUL MUltlll'.H DlHCOVKRKD.
A Olrl Throw. Dunn a 1'roaprrt Hula and
tiarleil, and Her Murderer Arre.lnl,
Hrlkna, Mont., Oct. 3. (ico. Hryson,
who has been urrested hero,charged with
the murder of Anna l.uudntrutn, with
whom he hud been living, und whose
bedy was found yesterday in u prospect
hole about a mile from the city, covered
with rocks and dirt. She had evidently
been dragged to the shaft ami thrown
down by her murderer, und afterwards
covered up. A ro was found In tho
hole by which thu murderer, had crawled
up the shaft after doing his work.
KANT it tilt KTCIIINOS,
Tarln-Talk-Hrutt'e rat Flop-Wtiy This
Hll.oe.-A Walla Walla Candidate.
Mud Chkkk. Sept. W, 1888.
What's the matter with Oregon 7 The
election only ono month oil", and not u
shot been fired. While the campaign
waxes hadoH-liko in Indianu. with un av
erage of 2600 HcechcH u night, hero we
aru uway out hero in Oregon, the lund of
tho "golden harvest," bowling ulong
through tho most exciting campaign on
record, without a single stump orator to
to disturb tho deathlike stillness that bus
gatheicd uround our shores, or u voice to
echo In unison to tho bight-hawk's hul
lowed cry. l'erhujis we uro doing en
uuce for tho largu majority !uit Juno.
Ilowbelt, wo can find Homo solace in the
Incongruous utterances of tho "7-slded"
Portland Oregonian. This week's sup
plement to tho Kast Ohuuonian Is brim
full of bristling free-trado quotations from
tho Portland wind-bug, some of them
mora rabid In tone und expression than
an) utterances from the most ultra tarltr
reform Democrats, not excel ding tho
great godfather of free trudo, Henri Wut
terson. Shades of Nephil what has
crossed the great Scott's mental vision
that he should so completely Hop? Hut
then it is apparent to every thinking per
son that his change is not of lieart, but
of argument. Ju his former Issues he
lions lit thu sheep man's favor.
It has just c inn to my knowledge that
Unclti .lltniny Cusker In a candidate for
thu Washington Territory lA'glstuturo
from Wiillu Walht county. A wiser no-
I lection could by no iosslhllIly huvo been
made. Undo Jim is it staunch, true
friend of thu xir man, for hu lias long
lieeu onu himself ; a good debater, ready
reus'iuur, and truo to tho principles of
Domis:niey; a born hater of shanm und
snobbery, ieerlesH In IiIh views of self
government, and withal uu old settlor
built facing thu road.
Tho only objection uny man t an offer
for not HtipNjrilng him Is that ho is a
Democrat. If hu had no party utlllla
lions whatever, hu would tower ubovo
tho dudo lawyer ho opitoscs him like
Mount Hood ubovo u gophor-hill, Iwlng a
man of every day, practical good-pouso
iiuallllcatlonH, Tliuru Ih no reason why
tliu laboring cIuhnuh of W. W, Co. should
not elect such u man to go to their leglH
latlvu hulls to correct somu former p4r
nli'loiiH legislation, I havo hud bUNlueHS
relations with Mr. Custer, und always
found him us square-toed uh u Morocco
Whut's thu mutter with tho "Mliton.
Fuglu" man that hu didn't tell uh there
wuhu veritublo building Imkuh in that
beautiful "borough?" Coming through
thero tho other day I began counting (lie
buildings under coiiHtruction.mid recently
constructed, until the number ruu uwuy
up, und I got them mixed with Cleve
land's majority, und I had to give it up.
She's a stunner, und no raistuku.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Litchtluld, of U
llirop. Cal,, arrived this morning to pay
their brother und sister, Mr. Mid Mrs.
Wm, Krulmun, a long promised visit.
1. K. Linn, a recent arrival from the
laud ot "red upples," is vlsltlug relatives
on Mud creek.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. It. Itallou, to gratify a
long cherished desire, havu gone on a
pleasure trip to the old homo lit Ohio.
Their two boys, (Jruut and Harry, have
returned from the mines, und will tuke
care of thu place during the old folks' ab
sence. John K., who fondly cherishes and cul
tivates u few stray hairs ou bin upjsjr Up,
says ho bus gone back on beef und mut
ton, but dearly loven pork, especially
Joo Dennis und wlfu move to the Hud
son Iluyjo-morrow, to koep house this
winter for Hurvey Young, Ilurvey's
father having deserted him since his lato
filial attachment ut Milton. Where, oh
where, is tho next Mrs. Y? Wn.us.
N, 11. Harris was last Saturday for the
fourth time acquitted by u Union county
!ury on a churgo of embozglomeut pro
erred against him by the Sumuiervlllo
Three white men began fooling with a
negro in Memphis, when he secured a
shotgun and shot und killed two of them.
Crops of cereals and potatoes In Ger
many are very poor.