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MONDAY, NOVKMWEH 20 , 1888.
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TIIK rOMTIUAL IIKNKDICT AIINOI.I).
Tho tniltor Ih Jtmtly dcHpised nlmu all
other men. The on'ii may respect
und uviiii admlru; tho prtrteniktl friend,
who under thu kuIhu of thut friendship
seorotly und uusiitcctfdly tiHcussinuteii
hlH victim, Ih proerly rcpinlml, by totli
thoeo who wilier and Diohu who profit by
IiIh act, with loathing mid contempt.
Jn th modern m)1UIlii1 unnitlx of thlfl
countiy ono until, now Hearing u dlshon
trcd Ktnw, will bo especially icinctnbercd
by futiiro KenerntloiiH iih thu Hcnudict
.mold of tliiit ceiitnry'H olltlcH.
Ho haii dono thin country some moil
dorvlio hi dujH koiiu by; mo did Arnold
before IiIh act of treason. Ho hits writ
pled u osltIon which furnlHhed un opjwr
tnnlty to make his act of treason effective
to at leant somo llttlo extent; so did Ar
Hold, Wv f iihicU respect for ono
ii for tlm otlier"
Happily, thu four yearn of civil war In
thin couatry which ended nearly ao,uar
Ur of a century ago furnished ho con
pIcuouM example of treason on either
nlde we mean, treason to the side
espoused. And when it waa ended,
though those who sought to overthrow
the government mlt?ht perhapa have been
ponished more merely, they were con
aldercd mistaken and misguided breth
ren. We apeak of 1, and Btonewall
Jackaon, and Jo Johniiton, with re
pect; whereas It by any hue deception
they had betrayed a truit repoaed in
them, howaver much to the advantage of
the Union aide, they would bare been
remembered only with ignominy and
contempt, by all people,
80 In thli political warfare that haa
risen for it Ii a warfare of which enly
the first battle haa been fought we In
many case reict and even admire the
open, aftTeseive foe. Blaine, and Ingalls,
nnd Alger, ana Miller, and Quay,
are our enemies, politically. They
and a host of follower on one aide,
and Cleveland. Carlisle, Mills, Thurman,
and a hoet of followers on the ether, ex
pect to give and take bard blows. They
strike to kill; they battle to conquer.
One battle is over, and one army is tem
porarily defeated. Other battles will
follow, and when one Klicy or the other
high or low taxation is permanently
successful, thu tlctere will still respect
and welcome as brethren the vanquished
chief Uias and their armies.
But one man, conspicuous among all
this warfare, -will be relegated by both
'a! sea to a companionship fn memory with
that other traitor for now as Were, tha
Sight, though apparently the weaker
aide, will trinmph-and together their
memory -will be a stench in the aoatrila
el al succeeding generations.
This man haa alwaya pretended te ha a
Democrat, baa throat himself into the
Democratic ranks and claimed a leader's
position and authority, and yet in every
campaign since the war ha haa carried
concealed and poisoned dagger to stab
tha party and its leaders. Ha and hie
paper did all in their power to defeat
Hancock, while pretending to support
him; they did all in their power four
Tears ago to defeat Cleveland by pretend
ing to favor that Prince of Charlatans,
lien itutler. And in tho last campaign
the poisoned dagger waa with malignant
crnelty of design and devilish intent thrust
on all possible occasiona into the Democ
racy, atritRxling for the rights of the peo
ple. The power for evil of this old traitor
must be about over. Surely sensible
people cannot have failed to obaerve the
treasonable designs and acta of this grey
headed old mounter of political iutijulty,
as pictured lu tit paper, the New York
His evil work is over; let hint sink into
the depths of iguotuiny, and only be re
membered and spoken of aa the Benedict
Arnold of American iwlltka Charles A,
BUT KKAhONAIU.K ItK-HUI.TH.
Thu surprise that appears luce"the
pmoko of battle nan cleared away," an
equal surprise doubtless, to both purlieu,
in thut In the uianufacturln,; centers, und
in tho places whero tho greatest numbers
of wage-cnrnerH in manufacturing Indue-1
tries aro congregated, the Democrat liavo
gained and tho Itcpubllcanshave lost. In
nearly all tho principal manufacturing
towns of Now Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode
Inland, Massachusetts, and Indiana,
whero tho Republican expected to make
tholr heaviest trains, thoy have actually
lost, relatively if not positively. MtAl'lTAl S.uoimioo
TIiIh Ih very. significant. it"ls not to be Established In Portland In 1077.
accounted for on tho theory that all the j:J in MnZ.9tv
ignorant and vicious of tliene cities voted '
tho Democratic ticket. It is apparent to I
Notes and Receipts
FROM FIRST HANDS,:
i A Larfff, Shu:.- Just from thc.i
Pi-rsHfn, at Lmv Figures.
The Latest Forms
CHAS. H. DODO & CO.
In piwJor),oc, W'e iiImi liHVeii
gardware, Iron, teel
AND FARM MACHINERY.
PEONT, FIRST AND VINE STREETS, P01TLUID, CM
Solo Agonta for Oregon nnd Washington fbr
(Jrnni, wikiI, etc., niM'rwt from tlmeof de
livery liifoiintrv wuri'lioumt or rllnud until
olil in I'orlland orHaii KranelRoo, IneludluK
rlnkH In irifalt from cur u trmer, whlln
on v Inirvei, ep.
ilKItltKltr I'oUJKIt, Miinmicr.
'.7 Htnrk Ml., 1'ortiaiKt.
Cijitov A Jackmk, Axut,
nepta .lin IVniltetoii, Orncon.
Watson & Luhrs,
Pnjprlators of tha
8teara-planing Mill, Sash and
Door Factory and Lutnbnr.
any clone observer that thene cUbms are
pretty well divided between thu parties;
and alflo that "the fotelgn clement," good
or bad, Is by a lurgd majority Republican.
The explanation of thu apparent mys
tery is very simple. These worklugneu
are not fools. A large proortion of them
am reading und thinking men, and the
reading and thinking thoy have done in
the pattt few months has turned consider
able numbers of them from the Republi
can into the Democratic camp, InsfWl of
the opposite way, as was expected.
Rut in the country, among the farniera
in most of tho Kuatern und Western
States, vru find that the Republican party
has gonerally held its own, and in most
canes added to iU strength. Another
mystery; for it surely ought to bo ap
parent to any farmer of good intelligence 1
that a high tariff can by no Ksalblltty ,
benefit iiim, while it taxes him very heav 1
My for tho bcnullt of sotnobody else. We .
think inont of tho farmers underatood i
this; but they still cling to the belief, or'
rather the delusion, thut it was the work
incmen the tarlir benefited, "f will
r.rlenen"howorklni WfflMV ft (jO.
j $2000 Stock of Legal Blanks
Including Circuit und County Court,
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EAST 0RE60NIAN PUB CO.,
jKf JarKSSsBP nVgSHBrJSggffiS9iwS'yHJ
fUKNlYt'RK kept In atoak ami mad
CKDAIl HittNUT.KK VOIl HALK
Klrot-clMK workmen employeit and work
ilono a nnlemu.
WATHON A l.UMIW,
not, or would not, eeo that they were Ix u
ollttlug only capital and the monopoliatJ.
Rut since the workinnuicn have declared
a majority of them, evidently, in 1
moat every conrldorable manufacturing
center that tiikv do not get the benefit
nf the high taxes, the farmer cau scarcely
do es than to ulso declare against the
high tariff Ures, or at let to carefully
reinvestigate the aubject.
Hut why should not the farmers ap
prehend the truth as readily as the work
ingraen? It is perfectly natural that they
ahould not do no. The leaven of a great
reform works first in tha centers of popu ,
lation, in places where humanity collects j
and jostles and comes into close contact
with the spirit of the movement; In
places where dally papers are read and
almost nightly dlscussiene heard; in
places where the newe Is immediately re
ceived and almost aa speedily dissem
inated, and where men are full of activ
ity and business, and make np their
minds to a change more readily and with
leas compunctions and regrets 'about the
eld ideas which they have outgrown. But
In the country, away from the railroads
and telegraphs, where perhaps only one
or two papers a week are received aad
they likely fall ef lies and sappresslng
halt the newa and two-thirds ol the truth
men change very slowly, and a reform
must go en horse hack or afeet from heuse
It is evident enough that the leaven ia
at wore. Already the buslneea ranters,
with ears clone to the pulsing heart of the
great national questions, have responded
as favorably aa could have been expected
in so short a time. Give sa four years
more to thoroughly disseminate and press
tha truth home, aad wa shall aarely win.
The farmers will be al right by 191.
Tna Beaten Leader, continuing to kick
at the proposed school-book change, ab
ject specifically to tha change made in
the rhyme we all learaed when we were
good and vary young, "Twinkle, twinkle,
"The original versien had these lines:
Wit tnsblaalac sea is'Mt
Aad tba crass with m t wax,'
"Seme stupid, naaoetic lunatic haa laid
his sacrilegious hand en this poem aad
ehaaged these two lines to read:
'Wbtataeklailaa sua Is teas,
Whaa he aetbtaa aktate upon-1
The objection ia that the change is aa
improvement, aad beside, it is net true.
Tha sun isn't "gone" when U "sets." At
na time deca It shine upon "nothing."
Wiixit np on Eureka Flat la worth at
least nine or tea centa a hash si mere
than In Pendleton. But then, Pendleten
can get along without tha Northern Pa
cific connection that Huat'a road would
giva. Who cares what wheat brings, er
bow much ia delivered in Pendleton, any
It is thought that the next issportaet
legislative move made by old Spend-ths-Burplus
Blair, of New Hampshire, will be
to provide all the Chlneae laundries of the
country wltlt libraries aad oil pafatinge.
A3 OKA tiKimd FOU WAHIHSQ
Oornar at atn e4 Wator fM,,
Pnrftatfi, - OrKn
Alt klkda or RlacbMiiUilncjaoua la Ut
beat aa4afmpl meaner. Waaoaa, Buaa.M
aa baefea mm to ordar.
W.D. Hansford & Co.
Hardware and. Tinware
PUMPS AND PIPE.
PLUMBING Promptly Dono.
MAIN HTIIKKT, I'KNIII.KTOfi.
A iitiare of the pnlillo palronHk-i H willc'tetl
Mnmifnrtiirrr or ami ;imlor In
14 3 mace QariHIoc Rrirlloc
I Whine t7ln
Tents and Wagon Shoots
A T BEDROCK PKIOEH.
O.I.I rVllowa1 Hulldlnc, Main atreel. Jull
Estes & Guilds,
Proprlatara o ttiet
CITY LIVtSllY FEKD S HALM
aleei Hay and Grain.
alae;u StlK. Sitf le er lebln, aa
MatOle Meracei alwaya haa 4.
Mere kaur4ea by ike 4ay.
Waek ar Meaith.
All Klada ol Vrtd Kor Rala, In Hinall or
oHAmaas reason abijb i
'stMjQtkm. ' I gfjTBi
BBxexexT amaSBBBBBBsVaBmaSBBml TamaSSVaSamT ijaSamaCaV
' w(elSJaaaBSagaB' I
a w k. u .-. ui.ni.ri.ungi ,
KlDfto, Double, or Trlpfit Hutrw. Thrjr .reo atinptean4 comtao aarWa
Ilea, ihavihoar who have umI llirm or aau tlicm work aau not tar mH
tbalrprali. Werurolali lliani irlili or (rllhoilaaatatlaftaMiT
trtl ntlnrlilnf titu m extra.
, BUCKEYE SHOE PRESS GRAIN DRILL.
ttnekaya Mix I'row (Iralri lt 111, Imckfjf fVron. HiickfTfHprlnf Tooth Mm.
' . CORBIN'S DISC HARROW AND 8EEDER.
Vhfi laUat linprovrit Implrmaut for kowltnr amnmer fallow, Thu mott ntiJ
kUirraniitl tool for iliU purpoafi In m.
Wa alio have a full line of DtiRRlea, Curriacea. Fhaatoni, Mousuit ffj
. , SCHUTTLER FARM WAGONS.
lAwrtMir A Chupln'n Hprlnc-Tnolli IfnrrowH, r lUrrowi, MfnllAi hajl
, I it vi ii u rniuiuip; .mm ip,
iiAiMit .ii a un wihk, :rrro., irro.
a-NKNII KOK SI'KCIAI. OIUCUI.AltS ANI I'KIOK Uim.
rarttaatM atleallea to harae'saaelBg
rta4JeB,Orcoai Mala ax., near Webb.
A FINK HTOCK OF GOODS
Smtlafaotlen Cuaranteeel ! I
In ivorr tartlanl r.
Tht PnMwm Ittaif MjllSi
(Oaaanty MS ttarfala par dar )
W S. ITERS 4 CO, frfrn,
afsaaraetarera f Urabaaa, tranaleted aaa
aalf-rltlaf riosr. '
laAaat Oaa. rnaa Wmt fmr
aviaae ar wraiav
THE OPERA SALOON.
M. RENNCR, rrf.
COU WT BIKISKT . PKNUIJTOJ1
Meal deor to rruirt Opara Hu.
Tha at Ibaada ol Wlaea, Liquor aad
SftrtwitfeM ef All Kindt.
ttntyrd from Mtaoham about October lit.
tlia following tlaicrlbrd aulmatat Unaaorrvl.
Utlit.UrrU lior,aveu yaara old, brandeU
lit on lrf I atlfla: one tray home, acaron riant
hluil Irf cut by wire, bntndrd D V on Un
It pay 110 reward racb for tbelr
rrturu, or information leading; to tbctr iw
auvvry. iavaoruera ai ma eik itora read
ih-34 lui I'aadlatoB, Or.
Money to Loan
In aaaall auiua on parannal aurtty at ra.
NiCitithli Piper Oiscmtil,
Apply to ft B. aHYa ce..
Kaat Urtaonlan Bulldlnv.
H. a WRIGHT,
CarrlM a wett-aaaorud atoek 'or irooJi. end
makta a pe'.alty of Urocartea.
rnnunta rsicaa srajnt vau.
First National Bank
I.KVT ANEKNT. Iraatdant.
JACOB rHAXKH, Vlea rrealdaau
HAII P. HTUKOlfl. Caahlar.
U. . W ADM, AaaUUat Uaahlcr.
Exckaaf en AN Parti tf tki WerM
wfwt Ml SM.
OetletUoaa made al all polata on rcaaoae'blt
H. F.Johnson &Co.,
EequiaitM of tae Toilet,
tatioaery 'At Scfceel BU
n lamaiiag aa4 Key Watt Cigars.
Oppwlta Vlllar.l Manes.
riKDf.KTOK, . . . ORKOUN
SKI OF .THE MOO liW.
MOT A SHOEMAKER
Main and WebbHlreeU.
aatera Hade axaata
IVrftct at Querantel.
VILLARD HOUSE RESTAURANT.
Mrs. Tern feradlev. Prearletraaa.
MalaiitrMt - . . P.aut-.
,?.'i!y .r,l"l,lM wommodatlon. Heo.1
2nfil"J0LeomDl.re'l traveler.. The pat.
The "Wood Man
m DUTCH KERRY.
KM8TBKarr . . r&NDLaTTOM
Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window 9m
Oil Olotlis. Linoltums, sto.
The "WHITE" Sewing Mads
Til BKAT IN TUB WOELD.
Failing's Carpet Stort,
Snell, Heifsho & WMtvi,
amen to He4a, Dsrvm Oa., aaki HeMaiM, WsasW M
IMPORTING WHOLESALE DM
NO. A M FRONT STREET, IOHTl JtK D. OMw4H.
RerthweM Oenier Mala aad Oeart SMtmu
Roopeued, Re-furninhed and
Equipped in Firtt
SAIPLI R00IS FtR COISIRCIAL
Free Couch to and from Train-,
Bucks for Sale!
Mwfli.""l!,,,"w, ' ,h na .late
tt ,, vuv unninM wul Bail
dnrtag tha next two aaealka all the backs
reoenlljr ewneO braald daccaaad, Ibesaaae
2900 Thoroughbred RegitUr
na Grade Bucks,
AlbmUreaon.andara In flue eondttlonand
The ondenlcned will vUlt Alba every .Wed
I . ' kT,!" j fsM wieiwu w avt
icrma win Deexieaaea to puixaaMrt
Kor particular adiirau
U ti TiriiU PtiSaur triMiHi.i.iA.
. wv' a aTftuasaeaassias mil's a
aux low Peadletoa. Urcaon.
EEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, SAU
SAGE, DRIED HEATS, LARD.
Court 8trt. opnwlte J. U. Shoe make ri.
ubmHtirf ipaoe xixn In C0O, M it er We at
Ibt WtyTiwrwsorAeaa jaBJ
aaa areasaaiy aeiiTen.
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bear b Ueflaae. bawlMsm
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eiawa. feadleua bear sa
a mm ran.
mtMb, Peletee, r
Srausht. Wlaaa. MaeN
Cetrt Haalae. aejafe.iM.J
Ltra aad Liaaie
T KOAL W.AWn .
Hera4 than JlASm
blanks at tale SJZ&mtM
eom him by SSSSST 1
ana BTKKfl i
Mala aad Msll'ssl SSV
yataad baa everf '