East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, October 24, 1888, Image 1

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PJiNDLBTON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1888.
NO 201.
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ill. T. .M. lloVli, HWJKCT
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!. month, '" 7" vi'M'K. I
"r.1. "il.,. Mn.nulM Tcllln ( Otl I IP
. i l. i urn iiniM til .'.Mill iiii.iii,, ...
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n:,vrv"irv.
i I ntidK NO. 111. A. I i. 17. w. . Mi'PW
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111 t! 0 oVIook. .1. CJ. l.KAHITIIK. SI.
. TCHTIN. ItCOOnlT.
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j llf CIIIMI hWtllll, HI Il-iHO'l-IOC.
vwimuhi:. C I'.i K. K.SHAHo,Hrrlt,e
Rothctiild & Bean,
-DKALEKS IN-
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i. MieU tll limi mill mini mum
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l! U'lllTAKIOI.IC. Of It.llllllP.
ON IjOMIH N(). I. K. Of l. Meet. III
Id Krllinvn' Unll every Wetlnr,iliiy ,
ml -:M n'rlcirk. M. MoitHIIK.VI), (J.
ifAIIrl r;i,n i." iMtiinin,
l ittt-ltV PHUT. f. A. I!. mp' til
llul iiviti Tlilirsilnv nlulil.
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.MAM I'MIHlSH ATTOIXNKY' AT
ijnr Oil r.' ItiMim No. II, A'voclll
luck. Oliillelon, Ureicnn.
I. 1 V A nVI.I.KItAY. ATTOHNBYM
II, 'iMT 'lll'T ItiMim I, 'J, a mill I A
iin lllofli, IVlnlli'toli, l.lr.'KOII.
kii a Krr.oi:ii.i,u. attohnkyh
i Uh', I r hi. No. 1 iiml 0, Akrorht.
I1I AS. ATIOIIM'.Y AT LAW.,
Iimcf Mul it Hln-i'i, in Thoiiipniii. ,
artllnllilli ,ovl llii' 1'i.ot-CJIllrt-. I A
A Ml VIM. ATTOIINKYH AT l,AV.
a. li r Klini Nml.HK.1 llniilt, IVn-
I, OII'XO'I.
I'.lll Tl II Kit. ATTOItN l!V AT LAW,
IfiilfrvlllH.Orrzoii. will pnirtlr,'
urti ul Ori itiiii uuil A'lu.liliintoii. (,il
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At. ItiMitn .1 1 1 1 1 it l of tho '"I' lixt ur.
. M ...Il.il.... ......... ....... .....I II .
General Merchandise.
Main and Alta Sts.
$20.00
REWARD !
Twtmty !l)ollr gold niece will be give to any one who will
iiud ii (5UO013RY S'l'OKK in IVndlelon, tlmt will ?ell
GROCERIES
reguliirly elieuper tlian they are Helling tit the
BEDROCK STORE.
...,........,. ..... ...............
.11, ItlllTKIt. PHY'ICIAN AN'OHIMI. 1
ml IVui'hiT of ChrlHIImi Holciicc i
r iii.i'iiii'. i iifihuiiiiiioii rn.. i;iuh
I. .,'ftll.l Riuir iir Il.illll.ili ,
tin. l'. lull. ..... 1 1. ,...,.. I
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sum m iii irvlnn. ilmif torp. j
i "ui;iiii
i . pin lirr. eiiYriuiiAN ani
"uitcmn, uitli'i t-Ovnr "Moorliomip it
klm'I.. I'i.iiiUhIi.ii. Ilr'n I
Mnnrlintiip ft O.n.'i atorp. ltcl J linen, on
Irffl ll..r f'.iiirl .lr..t. If nlill.lifl
imnii.i iiiu.ii .... i.i.i.i, ...... .ul... I'll.
wttl. K.iin'inl iiitontlon kIvpii In the I
'..'Mil.. ...... I-II.IM.W...
IlKNTISTS.
B. BKATIK. IiBNTIST. UAH AUMIK-
latrMl I I kil. luTlwimii.
Jiuiii nwrritiui iiwiui"
I i my ciihIi and'
MKOHANICS.
lUnjrr, Wiirk nniiiiultv done. iuv
f Willi m. m .... J..... '
n iivuivi be uitntPi on nmn
SELL FOR CASH
And can mid will make lite
BEDROCK STORE
Tl e eheaest Grocery Store in town.
I Have no Old Stock to dispose of
All goods are now and t"rth and of the
BEST QUALITY.
I intend to tcoop tbo lead in High Grade and Low Price
goods or will pay the above, reward to the one who earns it.
P. A. CARRIER,
K I'arkek. rosrnAfrron and
faculty. KHlltuHteft urnlilifd mi
lice.
K. hi ll?fu 4 l riL'VPVl I VI I
llUUufr. Iuvm unlPM Ml rulllli. I
IU.IAM HOPEn, HLACKHMITH AND
it . "' iKtT. mm unu on..
"a iua bem LMiihie inanuer. and on
alorNiitHelns,
kNK.tUT)W.N, H0U8K OAKKIAQK
MulsiKn I'ulntom. IVnUleton, Oregon.
PP Ull VlniKii, .1.1 ..u.r I'.nirl vlrMft..
'U'ihiriiUlifsl on Uort notice. OrUein
"'""luinry win receive prompt imq. ;
I Him rutinting K ipeclulty. .
'ILUAM WILKINSON. I'HACTICAL
' HAti'li PI..-I, t Via.
i.Im 1 . WV lM I.IIIUUUIIIUWI I
KS'I the above l-raucuM. All worn
Fa nt. unlet, ul Ilrluit'ri old .IhbiI. Main
'.leuilletou. Oreifou.
"SK DUPUAT. HTONK AND 1IKICK
k!!.!""1 tnouuiuenl LetttnKiia apeolalty;
K kri J' Pkteriii, all klndi of 'one
Wwt trt-proof partltloim.
jOtld Fellows Building.
Main and Alta Kts.
FURNITURE, CWRPETS.
E. 0. & B. M. WHEELER,
-DK.Vt.KUS IN-
rE?fc)J UAKVEAU. PHOriUETOR OK
,uT Beard of Traae," Oor. Miun and
ub.Sru PenUletou, Oregon. Krtdw
J cTron dfun' ,'Be Wlnra, LIq.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Complete Stock of Furniture and Oarln.
Our Stock Covers 6,000 Feet of Flooring.
, (JOODS KOI.!) ON KASY J'AYMKNTS.
E. O. and E.- M. H;jlELEip
tUCCCEStOIVt TO FORBES WHEELIW,
, , .... I'endletoa, Or.
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.
tiii: whhat makkkts.
Dmtrttctlir fori-.t I'ln-. ItHllnmit Win- In
Oiinailii Itrrlilml AKHln.t Hit, I'ltrpnl
t'otltl-Klmir Mill llurtiril-l'lnrd SlOO
Itare hi ICugUml.
lU'.HTKIICTIVi: I'OUKST riltKH
A WKAVlJIt ON WOOL
Ittiglng In Thrpp Coiintlf SnrroiimllngMin I Hp ? Tlml thp "IkI TiirltT I'lirretl Mini
TIIK WIIKAT MAKKKT.
Tim .Mrki-t WvnU In Mini I rntirl.tii A
Ilnt'tlnp III ChlraKii Vry Hull In l.lipr-
pool, and I.iimit lu Ni'w York.
Kritiili,rii.
San KiiANi'int'0, Oct. L'8. l orcct llr8
nro niRltit? lit tliu Ihreo wiitilltm htti
roiinillii San l'mnclnoo. In Suntit Cruz,
county nillw o( trccn lmv boon ilo-
stroyod. mul tlio lirert utn ho rutmlly cov
erliiK tlio territory tlmt coiiHlilcrablo
ularni in felt that tliuy extend to
farm property. Iro broko cut yeHterdny
ulturiioon In n Htrctch of trecu buck of
Sun Unfurl, Murln county, uud in llorccly
out
ox
u.v !... .0........ ii.- .11 ti i . Iiiiriilnu taw inornliiK, Men nro
SAN I'ltASCIM'l), Oct. ''. Dm wlicut I il.Il1,li,.n (!,minn .....P villi r,,l,l,lv
uiurkul wuh very wcuk this morning, und tlnuuiHli them (IiIh nftornoon. A do
buyer tlio your dropc(l two cuiitH, closing tdruetlvo llro in riming In tho hllN, flvo
nt l.(Ml'.,. Novomlwr dropped P ecntH, n,II,! northoiwt of lIuywurdH.in Alnniedi;
.., , 4, ,,,, .' . ' foiinlv. Tho wholo country iHulurmed
T ""1 T,,u" "" hiuHh out bnttllim niruliiHt th lire. If
tlio wind cotitlnuoH to blow, a ropetlilon
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Ctii(!A(io,Ocl. '.'. Thero wuhu decllno ,f al veiir'n tllKiitrouH cotilluurutlon Ik
of -,Jii centtt in .ovcmucr wiieut to-ilay. 1 not ul all unlikely
December mul May wiieut wuh Mliilitly
lower, cloning at tl.l ljij and f 1.10.
Niiw Yoiik, Oct. U'4. Tim heat ruur-1
kel clwed to-day at u kiiiiiII declino. Oc-'
UAll.UOAl) WAIt IN CANAIIA.
TIip I'nimilliin l'n.llln Itallrnait Ntlll Until
I UK tlip I'nrt AKiilnat tlip NortliPrn,
WiNMPKii, Oct. L'll. Contrary to ox
IK'clatioiiH no attempt Iiiih been uiiido to
ellect the criwsliiK over the Canadian
Pai'lllc rollivad truck. Tho track laying
Katig t'outluued orutloiiri uud laid ralln
up to the IiIkIi board fmico orecled by tho
1 1 nniKiian ruciuu ran roan. Miorintcn
, dent White remained cotiHtautly at tho
m'oiio of oK!rutloiiH with tlvediiiudred
. emtiloyoH uhoaro kept tlieio day and
niuht, U'lng fetl and cared for by tho
j company. They are bound to rcM at
I all liazanN, hu'vltiK imicrutlo iiihtruc
Ioiih from Mr. Van Hot no to do fit.
At tho iciiifit of tho Canadian l'aclllo
, railroad the Im-al milllla aro bulni; held
I In icuillncHH for einoriiiH'k'M.
Al VINST TIIK I'AltCNT IIOllltT.
1 Thi Cili'linilnl Anrli'iit OrilfruT l'nrt-i r.
Sliiml nllh tlinAiiii'rlriiiiCiniri.
ti.w KiiAst ihCo, Oct. L:i. Tho District
' Court of California, Ancient Order of I'm-
cstcm, ban decided bv a voto of L'S to 5 to
support tho SuliHldiury Utah Court of
America, which bus been HUHitcmlcd by
tolmr, M.OS; .November, 1.10?o j Do
cetnlwr, $1.11' May, $l.ldV
l.ivmii'ooi,, Oct. 21. Tho wheat mar
ket n vory dull. California wheat, 8
8liilllup and l'j pence.
I'oiiTi.AMt "niTxi's,
Tit Olil NxniiKiiRim Mulil A Mlic l.uiviull
Klorllun lletThn IImIij' Mliow -IhiintH
Ahlmtt In I'orlluinl IVmimiiiL.
l'onri.AMi, Oct. I.M. The old .lowl-h
MyiiaKouuu wuh eulil ychlenlav ufternooii
ut puiillu auction to Hon. It. V. Corhult
for $l'l,filX). Tho ItiilMInt,' wan put up In
lHoSaud Im peifoctly Hound now. It in
timlcrxtood that Mr. Corbel t will havn It
traiiHformed Into a Iui'ku rcnltleni'o. Tho
new hviiiikoxiio In neurliiK coniplotlon uud
will bo reads for occupancy within a
iiiouth.
A bin tawhoiied IiIhIiiiuiu in working
for a Chinufo lauiidryinan on It htreet.
He deliverH washing uud keitPH iiccoiiutH.
A verv luruo number of viHitorM hnvu
been hi rorllaud hIiico tho opening of tho the High Court of Kngland, tho parent
fair. A prominent hotel tuati informed I court, for admitting ucgrncrt into tho nr-
jour icporior yemeniay thai tlio avorugo tier.
for luMt v eek wum fully ouo thousand per
day, and that tho tola! number tdiico Oc
tolwr 4th wum about o,(100. It in ec
tlmutcd that IIioki vlnltois left In the
city about fUL'.OOO lu hard each. '
Sol, Abrau.H yenterday commenced
milt agaiiiHt tho Oregon California
Itullroad Company for l!:i,irH.:i:i, for
HcrvicoM performed, clipplieri uud money
furiilNhcd, and aHNigued accounts for lu
lor.
Your. reporter wax witnenM lo a gcxxl-
nIxiwI iiiftrfliin lut viimIiitiIiiv. Mr. II. f'
. '."'." ii. .i.i ..i..t.
i)onaru, onooi too weaitay ciiir.eiiH of
I'orllund, lxt II. Y. Thouimoii fiOO to I n.i.n Himikk. H II Mann, llutter
iM) that Clovelaml would carry Now 'Creek; Henry Stover; II O 1'etorKon,
York. ' ViuKon; UK Kelly, Alba; J K Clarko,
Supplumeutury urtlclon of lncororu-tOiiiuhu; IC ygart, rorllanili Mn
:illlllirlilKrp.lliriStiiUr. -'-
l.nsrtoN, Oct. 2:1, Tho race for tho
Cambridgeshire tilaken watt run at Now
market to day and won by Voracity, Cac
ttiM hccoud, UUiuark third.
riniir .Mill iiiiriinii.
(in.Hov. Cal., Oct. I'l). A Ihu early
thin morning dcHtroyod tho Central Mill
ing Co.'h Hour mill and conlenlH. Tho
IohknIII bo thirty thoiiHand dollaia; In-
Hiiranco unknown.
. , i
Kpihthoii und clilldren, Chicago: .1
(ioodmau, I'hilada; C U (iraiiain, San
FraclHco; II M Vheeldom, rortlundj
Sid llonton, Colfax; U U Cray; .loo Mc
Donald, John McDonald, ('oiiiIi'h Can
yon, Miko Carey, Karmlnglon ; J I' I'uti
cett, Woftoiii 1'ifd Dolau, I'ariiiington i
I Frank Chutivot. h arkov I'ralrlti: II
! Chilton. City; .loo Overman, YVallu
lion of tho I.owIh ,t Dry den I'ubllMliIng
Company wero liled with tho county
clerk yetitorday by Kdward Cooklnghatn.
D. V. Drydoa. H. II. Wllnv, A. D. Charl
ton, and V. T. Muir. The capital htock
tri),ll.(XH).
Tlio lubv hIiow at tho Mechanic fair
will bo held to-morrow afternoon. I'ho
flrw, lirlvn fur llm lititmintiiiMt li.iliv Im ii
I'nlil imiiltil Hm'ntifl lirtrn. triiiul ullvnp Walla: O W Fulton. AHtoria; W W
modal ; third prUo, silver modal. Only I HolwrtH. I'orlluinl; .1 A Slorrn, Will II
(leorgo, K W
CIuh (leriuan,
(Iran, Hi Paul; Jack
llromloy. I ho Pullori;
Itakor Cltv.
IIowman IIoumk D Merrick; K V.
Miller, Thori CoiihIiih, J IluriiH, Portland;
A Ituhnko. 1'emllelon : C T WIIhoii ; A
W Uo; M H SiKirledor, Valo; Job
Hulglit; Harry dray, lurmingtou ; Mrn
llurtlioloiuowi l) V Aloou, ljtiraiulo;
babieM 1H niontliM old -iiiil uudar can
cuter.
Mr. Uiruinlo Mayor, Democratic repre
sentative from ClackamaH, In the tat
lugiHlutttro, Iuih located (icrmuncutly in
Seuttlo, whoro ho Iiuh engaged In tho
goneral coiiiiiiIhhIoii merchant liiiMlneHtt.
J. II. Ktvney und II. Solomon, of Pen-
illi.tnti. u'.irii In llm i.K viirifiirilnv
ThovWt of tho gifted and popular , Wj LI If" 'ij , l;d Morun. ! Mti
prima donna, Kmma Abbott, who open 1 Allen, F Klonhurl, Oiuuhu; Max MarctiM,
ut tho Now Park noxt Mondav will provo 1 hlcugo. ,
ono of great Intercut to nil who huvo I V,.'L,"KS, ,tl,l ;-JI-' ,oil'l", J ' Hellly,
isecn and heard thin wlcrllngllttlowomun. CoM Spring; I. II Hrookii, Portland;
Kmtna AIiIwU'm two beafona of travel Kobert himl, Cuiiiumj hC Uwlgerij. Jhh
Mncoher last vinlt to Portlund htvo Iteen j Kjmnedy, D C Creswe I, kuuielu ; b
Hltnply triumphal murchea through llm i Moloy, Country: Mra Tu tlo, Iowa; Mrn
Hunt andtSouth. Sho 1h credited with J Northway, llarvey l ranklln, Imva;
tnin mul iifunlir I (too HIucK. Jake I carcoii, Oiualiu; ,N U
balunced ou'ra cointiany over organized. !'rett, I'ortlaiid ; C Johimon, lowu ; J M
Tho weather Friday. Saturday uud
Sunday wuh nlmply delightful, but to-day
the wind Ih blowing u galo uud tho ruin
is pouring down In torrunta,
Hiioitr .ioo,ono,
lt(i'hardHon and wlfu ('old Spring.
-
I'lacer Clalmn rurelm.ail,
Knim Hi" linker (Jliy Inincrat.
I ho placer cjuiiiih ol wear iiennon, ai
Oranlto creek, woro recently nold to Mr.
I II. lbiuinan. of Walla Wulla. Mr.
f IIowman urrivpd hero laid Suuduy on bin
1 wuv to Oranlto to oxumiiio Ida proorty
I .l...! ....... .......I... I .. ....III.. Il.,..l
, . . .... ,ni ... I , linl ft II llllllfc nun llttutu lu i-.i.,, ...v,..
Ci.kvw.ani., O., Oct.:M.-n.omaiAx- f Mtan-vo oratlona Iho coming
worthy, city trea-naT. Iiim Unm away , Tho claluiH cw.hUI of forty twrea
from tho city a uionth.IllH UindHmen , bankH d (.ovorut u
ltccii luveritliiated and 1i!h accouuta found
to bo live hundred thousand dollars nhort.
It Ih tliought ho Iiuh gone to Canada.
Til Trta.urrr of tin. C'lly of I'lr i.lmiit
Miurt In HI Arrount.
ff . llfu ..ir.li'u I. ..',. Ul MHO K4CI UUIJ.n HlllMUIUIVll '
mi; unmn,, --". ," - ... ..... . of .... ... Hly I wutcr. I'aiia-
u uf..viiiiiiM inn, in : . . . ... -
Mo ol lurnlHiiiug an iiio water nucoHHury
for tho working of IIicki inlneH und other
claliuH adjacent. Mr. IIowman intend
i.iiiiIiiiiIih, din rlalniH with till, luli'Ht im-
Tin: HK-4KHVATION uiiicstion sKT- ,,r'ov hvdnuillcH, und feeN cotitident of
the r y u dim! u magnlllcent output. V e
Tl.llll.
Out r the TrHile Mnrvallon Wairm--
AverwK !',' "r ItmiiU l.rit limn 430
per Month -A I'onutiilruin for .Mill (Inn.
rn A Srli.llile l.etlrr to llm S, F. Hum.
liter.
To the I'jlllnrot the Kxnmlner.
The Portland Oregonlan of tho l'Jth
liirit. publlxhed an intervinw with 11.
Slieldenian of tho Oregon City Woolen
MIIIh, in which that gentleman gives
nomo very interesting Information in re
gard to the eirect of tho MIIIh bill on Iho
woolen InditHlry. According to Mr.
Slieldenian, tho iiiIIIa at Oregon City em
ploy 17K hamlM und pay out monthly
IlKlOO a Hum that look very largo until
you dlvldo it by 17". tho ninnlter of hand
lu tho iiiIIIh, when wo Und that :tl and a
fraction Ih tho hIiiuo of each. Now tho
superintendent must ircelve alKtut 1TiO
Per month. Tho overseer of tho card
ing, spinning, weaving, finishing und
dyeing departmcnta each receive
about ono Uiitidicd dollars ier month;
tho loom-llxertt and two tlretsor-tcnilcrn
170 per mouth each. After wo pay theso
high salailed bosses their wagen, wo
llnd that tlio aerago wugca lu tin) Ore
gon Cltv Woolen Mills Ih less than ,",()
per ii.onlh, and this under high protois
tlon, and tho additional protection that 11
distance of .1,000 miles from tho Kastern
manufacturer gives tho mills. .Mr.
Sheldcmau Iuih Ih'cii llguriiig for night
inonths, ho say.s, and tlmls Ihat wagen
aro hU per eciu Higher in too woolen
mills of this ciiawl than in tbo I.un)ieaii
wimlen inllN. Thla may bo lino of con-
tinenlal lauoKi, wheto hiuh protection
titevaiiH, nut a ih cotiainiy mniriie oi
l'muland. I would like to have Mr.
Slieldenian tell what ho pins his weaver
lor -id. Ml ami m pick work, mo mtccti oi
IiIh looms, tho Iioiiih winked per day and
tbo I'oriosiHtiulliit! tiguicH from the mills
of lliuterslielil. I'.ugland.
Mr. Slieldiuitaii says tho amount tho
luauiifactuier will lose under tho MIIIh
bill isuppalllmr. and uiakoH tho Hlartlim:
iitatemeut that tiio only one that w ill really
gala anvt' iug if tho Mills bill becomcH a
law Ih (do l'!uroeau iiiauiif.icturer. Now
it sceuiH to mo that llils Ih not h, for IhN
reason: Tho people of thin country will
not buy nno yard of foreign cloth unless
it pavH them to do hi, uud they gain by
the Transaction. Thin u'entlemau further
rayM that he will have In reduce wages If
tlio iint v ih leiuiceii. i cannot hciiono iiiih.
either, for this icasoii: Agriculture being
relieved of this "ohl man tl tlio sea." nu
abnormal laiill', will oiler greater induce
inents, yield Kdler leturns and employ
inoro men. Materials being chc.iper. Iho
opporliiully lo coiiiblno them with labor
will bo greater, and that will glvocmplo
inmit to moro bands, tberoby creating a
(leinand for lalsir. Mr. sliiiidoman will
find that men will not beg leave to toil in
tho dlheuHodiiecillug atinosphoto of Ida
woolen mill to Iho extent I lint thev do
now for the princely lemuncratloii of losi
than (!!0 per month
'Iho writer of those Hunt Ih ii weaver.
Ho can weave any thing from a Iioihi
blanket to a Paisley Miawl; but strange
to nay ho found the longer ho winked at
tho craft, and tho iiioio skill ho attained,
llio less wages be received, and that too
Isiforo the tarill' leform cyclone apiK'aied
nlsivo tho Httlcal liorlrou. Year after
yeur I havu ccen tho prico for weaving go
down, mill by mlll.cenl by cent 'rynnl
I have seen it drop while all Iho time tho
excuses lor lining the weaver multiplied
and the hhci) of the looms Increased;
ami the number of tho French Camidl
iuih increased, and tho Hungarians in
creased, ami iho hoiiwi rent inereased,
and the family Increased, and the anx
iety in regard to tho future of inynclf and
my children IncrcaMil. At tho saino
tiiuu I obsorved thai tho inlllloiialres bu
camo Kioto iiumoroiiH, tho coaeh-mun
who wear liver) moro iiliinerous, und
the nuinls'r of ikmijiIo who had to iccelvo
uld from town moro numinous. I llnally
hud to abandon (ho calling ut which I
had woiked ho many eatH bceunso I
could not earn enough to Hiipjort my
family in decency. I waH forced to wefc
employment in tlio Ichh highly protected
Industries.
I would like to call Mr, Sheldomau'M
attention to tho fact that wo do not woik
for wages uftei all, but for what our
wagca will buy, ami I would like to huvo
tho gentleman demonstrate (ho being ex
Itcrt ut HgurcH) how it Ih xwlbto for tho
jieoplo of Oregon to receive moro from
iho Oregon City Woolen MIIIh than they
pay in turlU-lncreaHod price for tho
woolen goods they consume. If ho can
do tills then ho will find no dllllculty in
showing liow a man can lift himself by
tho HtrupH of IiIh IjooIh, or blto himself in
tho buck of Iho nock. Maiitik (Jmf.x.
Portlund, Or., October 15, IHK8.
are pleased to wo such enterprising men
us Mr. Itowmuu Is-coino Interested in tho
reHijiircoH of linker county, und wo uro
ipulto Hiiro they will find it to their hcu
niary advantage.
A Michigan syndicate bus ttondod U),
000 acreH of laud on Isith sldes-of tho Col
iimbla river, from Wislpoit down on tho
Oregon Hide uud from Cuthlamet down on
tlio WiiHiiington lorntory hiuo. inoy
coinmeiiced paying Ihu money yesterday
This will put over a half million dollars iu
circulation In Clatnop county alone. What
tbo syndicate propose to do wllli this Im-
inunso Ixsly of tlmUir tho Pioneer says in
V
vUitiug
recent lotler from u gentloiuun !t n-ont not get-ut-ublo u i tho eoiiiiwny
g tho Argentina Uepubllo hhowH I Ih vury rotlcent la Iho matter, h U ro-
Tli Itlghl-uf-Hax Tlirmigli Ih" llra.
lion liTu InllieO, II. .N. Co.
Siokank Fai.ij., Oct. 'J3. VII dlllicul-
ties with tho Cuiurd'Alcno Indians about
tho right-of-way of tho Oregon Itailwuy
iv Navlgutlon (Tompany'H railroad to
croita tho recurvation hail Ikhiii Bottled
I I. -!..!.. .1 ....... ...... Tin
aim kuvii ii'ii ui iii"' ihiiir I
thoUHand men will bo Immediately put to
. . t .i . mt. , ill I 111!
work- u, complete i no roau ai onco, tiw ",:. , .'. 'n,,,,,. ,,ro banks in emp oyiuoiit toov.ir 1,000 men. Tin- Willi
line will reach kano Falls by early yre ' w th a S"" than Ih-Kt uniount of b'ulhllng and rallrojid
-pring. n.lH Is ollicial. , . . r .. .. . d ocenpyin,. 1 proHcy ought to mako u Umih In Anto-
w .T..T ' bulldlnga finer than anv in Phlladephla.
MwHii ,Tho Provincial bank with u capital of t.13,.
SA.vtKAKCisco, Cct. l. T. J. I-acey, 000,000 und deitoHlta of 7.000,00(). does
who watj convicted of Wing tho conduc- J tt busInoM only exceeded by two banka
i,. Im i,.,u.. I., ii... i.iii.ul siuiioi noneu inai iney win imiiki u unmoor m
w i . .. .. . 1 I,
. . ml .111 11111 I 111 IUirillIll'11 111 II1UL Uir.ill LUIIIU 1'"
u.rL- iii ivim nlulil tin, roau aL onco, me : , . .... ,. .
IniineuM! Hawmills In that count
' employment toov.tr 1,000 men
ivlug
hi- with
tor of tho clock game, waa wontenced to
pav a hundred Hollars line una morning,
Tho ctjtva ugainst tho three hundred vis
itora were disinbwed.
In the world, twenty-Uiree dally paperH
are published in liucnoa Ayres mote
than lu either New York or Ixiadoa.
Stock Journal.
ria.
The linn of Corwlth & Co. iu Chicago
hari failed, to the tune of 13000,000. There
is mi air of myatery In tho linn's collapse,
and it in believed that "Old Hutch," the
king ol the Chicago wheat market, hud
nomethlng to do with it.