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The East Oregonian.
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Newsy, but not sensational;
Fresh, but not coarse;
Liberal, but not wicked.
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA. CO., OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1888.
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l'ni etotu urvuon. Uoonii n una
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. IDHTRK, t'HY-UOIAN ANllHOR
Kclio, Urricmi. Klvo yf m ucrr
'ii.i nun invimi ruciiciii
. L' iiiiiuiiiv MLrA.tiuvulnlAM
rid Tmelier nf ('ll tint lull Holcliro.
itti'iituui Klvi'ii to rhi'iuiiBllxni hiiiI
dlt'Hfn. t'diimlliilldii frt'c Oln.k
li niml tlfxir of i:kI Ofi'iinnlHii
r. iiiiiiiiiiii. iiriv'iiii.
. V . .IlllV.1-r I' IVH (MAN AMI
ttKin. Ultlci-i-Over Mourhniue A
oxt't .lore, rorner or Joliii.nn unci
irttU. I'l'iHlIi'liin. Oregon
AT.KINU.. M. I). OKF10K OVKH
fwrliou.o it Co.'. ktore. ItenldencR. on
url nrur L'miri ktri-el. HMlilrnce
tt.ruiiitet'ted by telephone with Vll
of women ruiI children.
Cheap News !
AND THE NEW YORK WORLD
From now until after the Presidential election
in November for
Only 75 Cents.
East Oregonian Pub. Co.,
BEATIK, IlKNTIfVT. OAH AUMIN-
nifr, Wnrk uromptly done. Lava
k Whaler A Mrecnv, on Court
Paiikkm. i-nvTHAfrriili AND
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I)llltlls ,il(Hli'.NTKH AN1!
urauuiiiTMimniiiii nirou. renuiei
.intry onlrr olk-lted nnd promptly
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ton Maker A lift nud uurden Hti.,
loe bent ponnlhls inHiiner, nnd on
- ii r.iuipn. ,'flnuiciuii. umuui
on Vincent itreet. neur (urt trt.
" turnl.hnl nn iih.irt nnllrv. Orders
rniimrii urlll .....Ur. nwimnf uilAffl
B,r painting ain-claUT.
LU.M WILKINHUK. PRACTICAL
Mtli, fioek nud Chronometer !
'DlltllBljnvu lirutiilii.M. All Work
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" iMuumunnL iiiiiikiii urv i.ili
en(k (oil WUIMI.KIV llnl
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Great Slaughter of Goods!
FOR 30 DAYS YET,
AT 25 PER CENT. LESS THAN COST
Tho lurKOBt stock of Hoots anil Shocn,
A fine lot of Men's Furnishing OooUn,
A largo Block of Httrnesd, SivldlcH ana HUnt
A fine lot of Itubber aoods loss than rent,
Vlinr,.s of fitoro for Salo and lcaso for ono year 01 more.
Come and ot bargains at my store,
$ JAMES WHEELAN,
COURT STREET. - - - PENDLETON, Oritur..
Till: WIIHAT MAItliKT.
Trrrllilr i:ii rlMirent Srrt Strlkr Not Vet
Ornr-Smuggling Anllrlpxtril -Tlin IU-
clunlnn Art Worklnu Swrrtitry Whll
ney'n Vlew-A St0,000,()()0 Clillm
tlril-AnutlierUnllrtmd Accident. Iltn.
C. B. R001EVKLT.
N. II. TKNNKUY.
K. II. RICHMOND.
R. T. R. CO.
G-o and see their new style Photos
Portraits in Crayon. Frames, Copying, Etc.
R.T. R. Co.,
PWoirraimers. - Pendleton, Oregon.
f ucoMSors to J. A. riggs.
Tlin Mud llnndlrr .luvull Student. Ki
hlhlt t thn Kulr The IIIr Alte-IUker
County Mineral" A llurae Tlilnr Shut
lilt, llnllonii Attiirhed I'riiillrtunUn. In
I'outIiANU, Oct. 1(1. "Yon. Ilmro In llio
mud lutndlor looking procltiely the Hatno
hh lie did u year .uk'u." Haiti our com
punloii at tho fair lft nldit, itnd ho in
converting uadn of clay Into tlio huiiiu
kind of llttlo jttKM that ho Iiuh boon
making for yoam punt." Tho party al
link'il to Im it workman from u tottery
company of this city, who have u larKu
exhibit of their homo'iiuulu wnrcn at Iho
fair. Tho Juk HiIh man fccuiH to bo p.ir
tial toward 1m about t)lht InehuH hih and
llvo IncliUH In diameter. To make (IiIh
tmful llttlo it'tli'lu tho mud nlliiner takeH
i( lump of clay, about tho xUo uf a black
Hiuith a two I'ikIh, itnd kneadn it un a wo
man doen u batch of bread. Then ho
pliuvrt It In Iho center of nil unVlit
cylinder, having tt lint Hiirface, rutn tho
cylinder in tuotiou by u troadlo oHntttd
willt tho foot. Ho tlien dipK IiIm Imtidrt
In water ho tlio clay will nlido throuuh
them ohmIIv. TJiuu. by ulaclm: hlx ImudH
around tlio lump prcM.Min bin two thumb
in tlio coiner ami muni; up Kenny n
tlio clay iovoUoh, it it converted into it
jiiK, tho top leln rounded up and. tlio
moiiiu maiio ny an inwiiru tireiHiiro 01
thu Ihuinband foioliuuer. W ith a llttlo
tho nulfuco Ih then tiindo HiiiHtli, it lino
wlro Ih ItaHK'il unilerneath anil u llttlo
brown jug Ih picked up carefully und
li acod on a Hheff to dry. Thu lutx-ttM Ih
ximplc, hut iuler!rtiiiK and alwayH ul
traulH a larKo crowd.
Aiiioui; llio ilozoim ot ioiiiikjhIIIoiih by
tlio Juveullo FtudcntH of tho TciiiIhimI
hcIiooI of California Ih ono on lumW
which contain tlio follow hm bit of iih.i
f nl itifoi ination: "Tho trues that khw
.slid arotreen most lined for lumlter." On
thu whole tho exhibit from tlio K'hool lit
very cretl table. Hliowlm: that tho luinili
ato learnliiK numotliln practical and
useful. A map of tho t tilted States, for
Instance, mado by ono ot thu poplin of
that school shows tho productH of all
tho StatuM and Iho dlvursltled IndiistrloH
of nach Slato, by thu things rown or
mado belui; llxed to tho map, such an
trains, luluoralH, ItituDor, slieup. caltlo,
liurhes, uiu. llio minerals, grains aim
lumbor weiu real, but tho llvo stock U
ejiresented by picturea.
Tho bit: annlo this year woiuhit thirty
coven ounces and in eighteen inchun In
Allium' thn inunv cliiiiitliUlM on exhibi
tion Is uloof iiiup'Io alwut eight fcut liigli
audolKlitfoii Inches in dlanioter, labeled
".Maple hurl trout tliu wiiiamono val
ley." It has Ikjoii a iCKtilar attendant at
tlio lair lor 10 mono many yearn.
T ho i ur omniy itu in: takeH place ev
ery night and la wllnoshcd regularly by a
grout mob of small fry why keep about u
dozen young ladies busy oxchaiiging
packagoxof llio delusive sweets lor their
nickels and dimes.
Thu ton thousand dollar display ol
mineral s'leclmouM, owned by a Walla
Walla journalist, la ono of thu main
features of tho fair. Ono "HMjclinon" in
particular that attracts much attontlnn U
:l lonir-hladed. rustv. old knife, tho bun-
dloof which l labeled aafolliwH; "ThU
knlfo was pulled out of a soldler'H heart
twelve days after tho Whlto lllrd light in
1R77. Iiv 11111 Ino. U SCollt."
.Mrs.' Michael Moonoy, a worthless
drunken woman, was found dead In her
bed last night. Him simply urauic nor
udf to denth.
Nowh reached this city last nluht that
a man named Hodges, of Tillamook
roiintv, was shot and killed by a Air.
WulluVe. at ftindv. this county. Sunday
oven lng. Wulluro, who Is a constable,
L-HUL'ht notices in t ho act of ruling away
a homo which ho (Hod ires) had stolon,
und ordered hhn to surrender. Hodges
realstod, and Wallace shot htm ilead.
Wallace dellvnred himsolf up to tho
Justice of the eaco,
VutiTiiHsnlI'M liul loon was attached ves
lerday by tho leader of the brass band
whli-li fnrri tulii.il iiiiuln for tho ascension
last Sunday. The amonut of the bill U
W Kiti.H Mrs Mliriist. Kdward I less.
and T. llrady, of Pendleton, are In tho
HKCllKTAltY WIUTNKVH VIKWfl.
Our Ny Kqui.1 to fay with l.'nKUnd'e
lu Auy Kmerency.
Wahiiis'iiton. Oct. 10. All Interview
with Secretary Whitney Is published
this morning in which ho claims that
the United States can whip hugland.
Ho does not extssct war, but says her
floating -Aeullh is at lis mercy now. Tho
now swift Cruisers could sweep the seas
whllo our engineering scionca Is compe
tent to defend tho walward. tadas
military strength, ho declares, Is Insignifi
cant and Knglaud Is Incapable of aiding
A Soldier IJrowned.
San FiuNcihCo, Oct. 10. A sail bot
occupied by three Presidio soldiers, cap
sized In tho bay yesterday and one of
them, a bugler named Grange, was
Ijrtl Tpl I4.
Ijosuoh, Oct. 10. Lord Mount Temple
Is dead, aged 77, and heirless.
TKUIllltt.i: KXI'KUIKNCK AT Hi: A.
Ttm UrltMi -lilp Chlldtritll U'.O Itsy Mk-
liifr a Trip-Mutiny unit Cyrlunr-i.
San Kkantikco, Oct. 10. Tho Hrltlsli
iron ship Childwall, Captain Watson, has
arrived in port afler an ovuntful voyage
of 221) days from llombay. On tho sec
ond day out threo stowaways were dis
covered among tho cargo of steel rails.
When ordered to comu on deck they at
tacked tho chief und tho second olllcers
with crowbars and only submitted when
11 rod UK)ti by Captain Watson. In tlio
next few days tho captain found his crew
vnre liwnliuit Onn man was placed In
irons for bad conduct, and the tenialndcr
mu n ed. Thov refused to do llioir duly
and tho captain, olllcers, carpetttor and
tho upptuntico had to look out fur and
sieer llio snip, i no crow stilt remaining
Insuliordlmito.w hen Homcw hal near threo
months out tho captain put hit J .Manilla.
i lore llio naval court loiiuii mo crow
guilty of Insubordination. They were
taken to Hong Kong wlioro they were
sentenced to vailous terms of Imprison
ment. A new crow was shlpicd, and
when cloven days out from .Manilla a
tviihoon which lasted threo davs was en
countered, and all of tho ooltry and llvo
stock on iward were drotied. A fow
days afterward another typhoon was ox-
IHirieiiceu in which nearly every sail was
washed away. When tho Childwall camo
into Mjrt sho had no sails on the fore
mast alrovotlio lower topsall,and mu rest
were lost or rendered useless. Sho had
no boats, all having Iteen carried away.
Six men of her crew were laid up.
Til l: Wit HAT MAHUKT.
l'rlcc. lu Liverpool, New York, Ulilrago
unit Hun rmuclM'o.
LiVKiti'ooi., October 10. Wheat dull;
California Hs. 1 td.
Nkw Ydiik, October 10. Wheat Is
strong to-day, November Is ipioted at
Decembet l.ll'u, .May l.M.
Ciiii'aiiii, Oct. 10. W heat recovoted
hero to-day ami closed higher than yes
torday. The quotations wore: Novum
lMrl.llfi. Ucconiberfl.iii'ii, una .May
San riiAsoiseo, Ocl. 10. Thu wheat
market was pretty steady this morning.
Huyer thu year and November dropiH'd
haft acci.t, tho former closing at l.tWM
ANOTllDIt TKItlttlll.K ACUIIIKNT.
KASTf.KN OltKdO.V Wit K AT I.AMIS.
Wo havo received an Interior llopart
incut ltoort on "Tho Interior Wheat
Iiuils of Oregon and Washington," from
which tho following is extracted:
"Tho Interior wheat lands of Oregon
and Washington Territory have attracted
attention by their unfailing crops, tho
largo average yield, tho comparatively
small amount of precipitation, and tho
general dryness of Iho summer months.
Tho latter feature has gained forthoso
districts Tlio erroneous namu of tho rain
less regions of Orcgot: and Washington.
"In Oregon tlio interior wheat lands
extend over tho principal part of tho
Stato lying between latitudes forty do
grees forlyllvo minutes and forty-six de
grees, and between tho ono hundred und
seventy-seventh and tho ono hundred and
twenty'-llrst niurldiaus west, of (Jroon
wich, and a smaller section of thu smith
em pint of liko ami Klamath Counties,
covering, In all. about threo hundred
townships, or 7.000,000 acres of laud.
Probably ono'llfth of this amount should
Im) deducted on account of steepness. A
vurv lurL'O tract lvlmr between tho forty-
second and forty-fourth parallels can not
he classed as wheat lauds, as wheat can
only ho successfully grown by irrigating
tnu sou; mu hi tneso (tortious tun in ced
ing of cattle and homes may form n very
protltublo occupation. Tho wheat lands
are olevaicd, roiling tanio minis,
tho elevation alsivo sea-level increasing
rapidly from tlio Columbia Hiver from
ISO. feet at rmatilla.lunctlou to 1 ,01. 'I feet
at Pendleton, and .1,118 feet al llaker
City. Oregon ; and from .Til feet at Alns-
.worth to HoH feet at Paloiiso .Iiincllon,
1,0.18 feot at Sprugiio. and s,VM feet al
Moscow, Wash. Tho averago elevation
of tho region lying south of thu Snaku
Itiverand uoilh of Iho llluo Mountains
Is I.:i0il feet.
"Tlitoimhout tho wheal lauds of Ore
gon and Washington Territory there Is
it light brownish soil, very Hun mid fria
ble, free from stones or gravel of any
description, excepting ill creek bottoms.
"In some localities, esKclally in tho
northern part of Washington Territory,
a darker, black loam Is found, The
depth of tho soil varies; a very fair
average of thu soli piosir is II feet. Un
der this (hero is found a very compact
mid lino oailh, frequently grow lug harder
us tho depth Increases until it In'comus u
cement; Ibis stratum is of tho nature of
clay and is commonly known as a hard
pan, and it varies in depth from 8 to 100
feet ; under it there uro found strata of
gr..vol over tho Iwd-rook.
"Tho average iiiiihIkt of bushels of
wheat harvested xr acre us tlelermlned
from rosrls received from sovunly-llvo
liostollices where buuclfgniss Is tusrtod
us tho natural growth before cultivation,
nfitl from Ihlrty-threo ihwIoIIIcos where
tho bunch-grass is mixed with sage
brush, is 2.) Il-lll bushels for the former,
and 7-10 bushels for tlio latter.
"A fa raveiao may bo said lo do -'o
CollMnii In IVnn.yWniilit Kill.
Wound. .Many Men.
Wii.kksiiaiiiii:. Pa.. Oct. 1(1. Another
torrlblo accident is-currud on tlio Miigli
Valley railroad this morning. A con
struction train was unloading at the
Taiuand siding, on thu Pottsvillo branch,
when a last train camo along anil nasnnii
Into tho construction train. Of forty
Huuimrlans at work, six wore killed out
right and twenty-six injured. On the
fiiut Irnli.lit trulii 11 lir.ilrmium was kilted
mil tuniitv.iiliilit i-:irs tvrockcil. It WHS I IiiimIikIs imr acre. Itooorls lire til Veil, ill
tlireo liours Isjioro noip wiw proeurou. soino insuincos, us low us in uusnuin, unu
Tho killed are horribly mangled.
WAItNlvH in timi:.
TlirC'lilua.s IJtrlutlnu Act Seem, to Work
to IVrfm lion.
St. Vinckst. Minn.. Oct. 10. .Seven
Chinamen on routo for China, by way of
San I'mnelseo, purchased tickets over thu
Canadian Pacllle, but liolng warned by
the Collector of Customs that if thuV
cruised tho border thev would not bo ill
lowed to reenter tlio United States thoy
negotiated the salo of their tickets and
left last evening by an all American
I.ANDIM1 AT VANCOIJVKIt.
Clilno.n lUliertlns to Hiuuirill" l"u
San I'liANcisco, Oct. 10. It Is learned
to-day that Chincho placed 2(i00 on tho
steamer Ouko of Westminister, which
sailed for Hong Kong, via Vancouver,
yesterday with over two hundred re
turned Chinese, This money is to bo
used to land fifty-two of them at Van
couver, there being a fifty dollar tax per
head. They then uxj-cct to smuggle
across Into tho United States.
! I KO It MefADDKM,
ttrlr.l from .Isll, Yet He Will Continue
to Denounce the Ijtndlurd'e tlafern.
was teleased from Iuidouderry Jail, after
serving a six months sentence for hold
ing unlaw fill meetings, Iirgo crowds mitt
McKaddon. and heartily cheered him.
Ho said Iio was in good health und
should continue to denounce the laud
A OltKAT Nt'lT HKTTI.KII.
A Claim for 10,000,000 Nettled lu fenii
eylvauta. WiLKksuAitiiK, I'a., Oct. 10. A great
coal land suit, Involving ten inllllons of
dollara.JootwoenJCol. 0. M. Derringer, of
j Philadelphia, and i-.x-Minator coxe, ot
(Drlfton, which has been lu litigation for
I sixteen years has )s.en amicably scltlod
.in Court. Derringer accepts half ot his
I original claim.
Slaaitard till Work llurned.
DifLUTH, Min., Oct. 10. The Standard
Oil Company's works hero aru burnlnir.
and will lie a total loss of probably half a
Yellow .lack Abating.
Jacksonvillk, Florida, Oct. 10 There
were twelve new cases, but no deaths up
to noon to-dav. A dawning of the end
awaits Jack frost.
Madrid, Oct. 10. The cabinet has
divided over the adoption of reform
measures, and crUU is threatened
I ntlinrrt L'ivn .III Isishels nor acre.
... . ... .- --
"lit many isolated eai-cs, uiuioiigii
nover in very ovlended ntoas, fiO bushels
per acre have been harvested.
"From this It npisurs that, under sim
ilar climate conditions, us largo crops can
bo grown on sago-hriish land as where
thu bunch-grass predominates, but hi thu
more arid sections of tho country tho
bunch-grass is found to totally dipmar
and Is replaced by tho sauo-briiHh,
Where these conditions prevail wheat
can only Isi grown by Irrigating tion u
largo scale. Where this can Imj dono
largo tracts of sago-brush laud in Idaho
Territory nud Southeastern Oregon can
1st transformed Into wheat lunds,
"Taking I Itu averago ipiartor-seclloti
farm, or rancho, in tlio wheat lauds, with
100 acres In wheat, at 2.r bushels er
acre, atid at thu averago price of 60 cents
per bushel in the harvest Hold, allowing
onu-half of Iho receipts for tlio oxponso
of plowing, seeding, and harvesting, it
will Im found that 0 (sir aero from
wheat-growing alono Is a very close u
tiroxlniatlon to Iho averago nrollt,
"The cause of tho uniformly successful
wheat ctops lu Washington 'lerrltory und
Oregon Is to Isj found lu tho variety of
conditions, tho nnst prominent of which
are. tho fertility of the soil, the very gen
era! presence of a great depth of clay or
hardpan subsoil which acts as a vast ros
ervoir ol moisture, tho general mildness
of tho winters as compared with other
wheat-growing regions lying farther In
land to Iho east, u moderate amount of
ruin-fall during tho growing season, fol
lowed by a nearly totally dry rlpoiilug
and harvesting season, the prevalent
westerly winds witl tho moisture irom
tho Pacillo Ocean, and thu soaieily of dry
desiccating winds front thu oast, und pos
sibly to u very slight extent Iho situation
of tho lands to tho notth, giving longer
days in tho growing season, and coiiso
nuontly more hours of sunlight In which
tlio plant grows than in more southern
"Tho vast body of hardpan underlying
tho surface soil arrests tho iorcolalml
rain and snow-water, and Ihicoiiios
soaked and damned to u considerable
depth, and It Is from this stored-up
source that thu wheat plant draws its
needed moisture, when by thu decreasing
ruins in tho spring tho surface soil be
comes dry. Were it not for tho prcsonco
of this hardpan reservoir, tho deficient
rain fall and Iho utmost total absence of
dew would cause this wholu region to Isj
unproductive by lowering tint depth of the
damp subsoil below tho reach of the
Thu details of tho report set the Pen
dleton .region down as ono of "bunch
grass and sage-brush," with averago
depth of soil of two feot, and four dollars
sjr acre "profit" In wheat raising
very moderate estimate all around.