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E. O. PUBLISHING CO.,
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cr job Printing Account.
PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1888.
J HjfoMjT. (wmj
Jiirry Mndy nlHt In Cidil rVl
II. T. M. llovn, HM'nn
MET0N CMAITKII JJU.!. lb A. M.
Jl"'.! H,n Mn.ntlll' Teninlft 1)11 II. 0
i !ih Krlclny of each mouth, nt TX
.'i.itTnK Nil. HI. A. V. AA.il.
fcuoti the ncoond nnd fourth Mon
ittth month, nt 7M0 o'clock. If. J.
i ff, II., n 1 UTWinr., mmicinij .
tnlVTON 1.0 DOB NO. M. A. V. A A.M.
pyijiv .i, t-.tmtiln in Urn
S third Monday of each month nt
Sii T. J. MlttUoK, W. M.i It. At.'
ild A Bean,
. t nrvin NO. 114. A. U. U. W. Meet
t,J Thureday nljht at the Engine
it TM o'clock. J. 0. Lkasork. M.
f, TClnfUi net-urum.
iimiK NO. 32. 1. O. O. F. Meet
Ifc'i'VrY" ...... ..ff.Mhi.Uuii.
kirf Btiurunr ojciiitiii m..
P ' M. U llBdbrourk, N. O.
.t nf eneli month, ni 7 tuu o'clock
Ltmmoric.C. li K. a 8HAnoflHcrlbo
USB BKBKCOA f.UDOB No. 13,
tr, MCl iuw urn tutu vititu
klfONY LOIHJB NO. 24, K. OK P.
bwttln Odd Pel own' Hull every Tuva
trttlnr nt 7:30 o'clock. J. C. Lkasckk,
hj.WUITAKKK.K. Of R.UIKl H.
knv K NO. 4. K. OK P. Meet I n
lid KfllowV llnll every Weilnenltty
.it Ml) o'clock. M. MoiiKlir.Al). (1
KQiRriKLD, k. or lb unu n.
CAIISON l'OHT, J. A. It. meet nt
irblerJinii every iiiiirxmy nigm.
irirrLK, uomrunnucr; j, ri. ijowkn,
M. TURNER A OREWH, ATTOR
IIIUW. KOOm INnUtl III, ARKOCIS'
JAM PARDONS, ATrOflNEV AT
lie. OHIcc Hoom No. II, AMocla-
Iri, rtmllrton, Oregon.
KYA HW.LKRAY. ATTORNEY
Lr nn i. itooiiM 1,3, 3 nu J I Ax
i Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
tRA FITZGERALD. ATTORNEYS'
I Lit. iKhiiii No. A and 8. Amtocln.
Ixl, PenJIi'tdii, Oregon,
BEAN. ATTOKNKY AT LAW
LSni-Maln mrtt, in Thompson
1 Biilldlng, ovr r tbo I'oit-oracc.
ItJIISOIt, A1TOKNKYH AT LAW.
ft-Orer Klrat Nntlonitl llaok, l'en
If.BOTCIIKIt, ATTOKNKY AT LAW,
mttmilo, Oregon. Will iiractlee
In of Oregon unit tVnutilngton. Col
ppronpuy nitonaeu 'o.
I'lT i WAOKK, ATTOKNKYH AT
it. llooini Snnil tut thn"Kt (int.
I'Mldlng, oornorof Main mid Webb
IR WHITK, ATTOKNKYHAT
Pendleton. Oreson. KoomiSnnd
ITSICIANS AND SUItGKONH.
L-rpRTKM. PHYSICIAN AND HUH-
i.tcuo, uregon. rive yenrs tucce.i
jiou invuie pructice.
WOLD, PHYNIC'IAN AND HUK-
uiuce in irvine' unig iiore,
I V. PIlUI-nT. PIIYHIOIAN AND
Mwd. Oltlcei Over Moorliouis A
Hore. corner of Jouiuon and
'.KINO., M. D. OKKIOK OVKK
iuoue x t;o.'. more, itemaence, on
ttl ntnr Court itreet. Ilenldenee
teuonecied by telephone with Vll
N. Elrvt.lnl blt..tlnt trltfAt. to ftm
' of womeu and children.
itmli "ENTIHT. OA8 ADMIN-
rs .Vnwi Mutn htreet.inTliomp.
Bulldlug. Pendleton, Oregon.
JAY. PAINTRIl AND PAPHU
tr. Work nroniDtlv done. Iavti
Wheeler A Ureene, on Court
"RKK8, CONTRAOTOlt AND
tr, rndletnu, Oregon. Couatry
5'lty. Kitlmate furrUihedon
E??' r"ve onler at renldrnce,
If. "Mil Thomp.ou itreeU, I'endle.
. uiufpi loiicnea anu prompiiy
iDQUlre ut WaUon A I.ubr'M
JJl'JP11. ULAOKHMITII AND'
tMMaer. Alfa and Garden Mi.,
'tUregoQ. niuckatnlth work of all
It btjll IVMall.lA .nann.. anil nil
wttrmv Particular attention lv-
EiLBRV.VfN' "OUSK OAKRIAQE
in Palnlerg. Pendleton. Orecnn.
,.V,le.n,:reet, near Courf ureeU
wonlry win rerslva nramot atten
.ill1 KILKINKON. PRACTICAL
li.if.Yloc!t ttBa Chronometer Ma-
MiHi? l u''b' old atand, Main
; DDPKAT. KTONK AND BlliOK
3'dio ,on 0re'"1- Tomb-
.ti FUtterlnt. 1 1 wl...ia A . . n u
jT5" "ecuted reasonably. Hol
r?rd of Trade." Mmii and
rtLdlmni. n..,.An lr.ulr.
l(a draugbb Kino Wlnea, Uq
Ntu. V0": Hue wlmm.llquoniui.U
IKaVlnhart' bowled b?raipt-
Wo uro now prepared to oiiKrovo all work iw MonorutriB on cvor.vthlnj? Iioulit from
tin, witnoui cimrgo.
Buying our GooiIm In larft quantltlcn from different factor ten, we am
aoie to . tnrm etituper man at i-oritanu ana outer
jtlaceti, where Exjtense are higher.
Till: WltKAT MAItltKT,
Report rriim IIim I'our Great
Mart or the World.
Ciiicaoo, Deo. Wheat quiet; Do
centlwr eloscilnt$1.0li ; Jnmmry ;
Nkw onK, Dec. 10. Wheat
to-ilay Is quiet. Dccembor
Main and Alta Sts.
-IN TIIK SHAPE 0F-
Jnnuary l.a?4 5
San Fhancihco, Dec. 10. Wheat
ejiHlor. Uuyer tho year $1.44; buyer
the season 1.54(H J December $1.654'.
l.iVKiti'ooi,, Dec. 10. Wheat llrmcri
California 7s. Kd.
A It.olutnn by Kiliuunili AiltnlmloD
Illll l'linlpoiird-No New from lluyll.
WAsiiiNaTo.s, Dec. 10. Edmunds of
fered In the Senate, und had referred to
tho committee, on foreign relations to-day,
u rcHolutlon that tho government of tho
United States willjlook with serious eon
i ecru and disapproval upon any connoc'
tni...t 1 tlon of any Kurocati government with
...... n.... ... ..r ..!.!..
t rtij I lJilBli Ul IIUII Ul VV1I11UI Ul llllj Dlll
1 i canal across tno lsinintis oi lmnen,
ANOTHKIt COI.U NTORM.
February $I.07?s i ! across Central America, and must regard
Holiday Ooodi-Tho Ileppner Right
Way Criminal Note.-Ktr.
roiiTLA.si), Dec. 10. The weather In
jHsrfectly delightful, and thu Ktrects uro
Hooded with eo)lo. Sunshine Is such it
rarity hero lit tho winter time that people
mnko thu most of It.
Tho display of holiday goods In this
city Is mugnlllcent and very extensive.
There Is scarcely n store hut exhibits
something in that Hue. The leading re
tail stores seem to be doing an Immense
business. On several occasions during
41. . A 1 . ... "
uiu mini iow days a numncr oi
any such connection for control ns Iniuri
ous to tho just rights and interests of the
United Statos, und as a menace to
their welfare; also that tho President of
tho United Slntes be requested to com
muntcate tho expression of tho views of
a . 1 il ....
congress to mo government oi tno eoun
tries of Europe.
Wasiiiniiton. Dec. 10. Nothlnu con-
flrmntory of the reporttof tho release of
tho Haytlan Kepubllu has reached tho
Navy or htuto Departments.
V asiiinotom, Dec. 10. In tho Houso
Sjiringer announced that at tho meeting
oi tno committee on territories this
morning it was unanimously agreed to
postpoun tho consideration of the Terri
toriul bill until January Kith
houses wore so Jammed with customers
ut ditlcrent times during tho day that Ihey
were euinolled to close their doors to
prevent mote coming in. Tho attractive
displays of new und licnutlful hnlfiluv
goods, the pleasant ueathornnd the near
Order of Railroad Conductor.
Cr.iuu It Arms, la., Dec. 10. Tho chief
olllcers oi the order oi railroad conductors
lnntltntl luir.. jlnt.lt lli.t I...... .1...
tneso j lx)s Angeles association that ordera west
Jewelry, Clocks, Watches and Sil
OF THE VEIf Y LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS.
Wo havemscurod tho son-lcos of Mr. Humlln, direct from tho East, who comes very
tngnly rccomtnendou, so wo aro umo to guarantco
IN EVERY PAltTIOULAlt. CALL AND EXAMINE OUK
NEW DESIGNS IN SOLID AND COLD -PLATED COOD8.
Comer Main end Court Streets,
F. J. DONALDSON.
E. 0. & B. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Complete Stock of Furniture and Carpota.
. . - , S al
Our Stock Covers 5,000 Feet oi uiooring.
GOODS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
32. O. and E). M. WHKELER
SUCCCESSOttS TO FORBES ft WHEELER,
1EEF, PORK, MUfTON, VEAL, SAU
SAGE, DRIED MtAIi, lahu.
Court Street, opposite J, U.'fihoemaker'a.
Beer Garden and Gymnasium Hal
llarvrau Mine, Prop.
MalnBtrett Near I'o-tofflce
Rowling Al'ey and Oymnailuin Room In
eonnecilon. Ju-t the pNca lo pend an hour
In eiercUlngrnur inuarleand lrengtbenlng
your frame. A cordial Invitation to all.
Oambrluui Ikerfco. acla. Jyl
utiprojcli of ChriHtmas account for II
Tho thousand lovely things that confront
one on every hand aro very tempting, but
III! tho hearts of tho luriM-'teurted. ecu-
crous und Impecunious with deep sorrow.
Ah Foi). tho Chinaman urroHtnil voHtnr.
day for annoying white young ladle, , was
tried this morning. Hu was lined 5U
for this ollense, und got twenty-five days
in lull for being it vug.
Tint utut..rj Mltiitfi. . itt.t Mt.rll.. Mill...
- .... 7..11, .'.......U Mill. ly IIIU .'IIII1.1,
wcro urrcstcd a fiw davs uuu on chiircii of
having unlocked a trunk lielouging In J.
A. .McCormack and taklni! thorofrom
about $70 In coin. Whon tho matter was
presented to the court to-day, McCnrmack
said hn had xHnlbly nuilo a mistnlio,
Suspicion iiolnted t-trongly to the
girls, but lie had no proof. Thu
young ladles wore dlsmlxsed und tho '"")' rejientant.
of tho Missouri river are disbanded, and
sav that Old v two local tinlnU urn iiir.wl..l
an'd thoro Is no Indication of uny further
iiisuuection. it is ciutmeu nun tno new
order is organized to ulllliato with strik
ing organizations, and as soon us the com
doctors learn the nature of it they will
nave nothing to io w nn it.
Adilre. to Striker.,
G,LESM,ito, III, Dec.dO. Alox Cavner,
oi uaiiiornia, it brotherhood olllclal. ml
dressed strikers hero last night. Tho
strikers refused to roveul what had oc-
cured, but expressed conlliloncuthut tlioro
would Iw in the ttoiirse of u few weeks a
final termination of tho strike. Cavnor
gees to lliitllnglon to-day.
A Murilemr llang.il.
Haukknhack, N. J., Dec. 10. John
Myers Doremus wus hanged In tail hero
tuts morning for tho inutder of his 10
year-old son Juno last, while tho latter
two i "llH ueicnuing ins mother irom me ntiuso
two 1 01 tllu niurderer. Uoromus died tpilctly,
costs taxed up to tho complainant. It fs
understood that tho girls will sue for
Parties from I leppner state that thero
is u good deal of uueuHiness among tho
citizens of that placo because of tho ob
stinacy of u few In regard to tho right of
way through tho city. It seems tho O,
It. it N. Co. wus promised tho right of
way through tho city before they
entered Into u contract lo build
tho road, but by somo means tho bond
wus mado to build thu mud to Ileppner.
Nothing was said about tho matter till
thu road was built. Thou u few who hud
agreed to glvo a certain projiurllon of
hat tho right of way cost, declined to put
up for any more, liecuuso It wus not ''so
nominated in tho Ismd." Mr. llolcomb
was in Ileppner recently und told tho
people ho had acted in good faith in
bulldlug tho road, und although tho
bond, by some oversight, did not cull for
tho right of w ay through tho city, nil In
terested know that such right bud I -ecu
promised. Therefore tho H'0plo were In
honor bound only, and thoy could do as
they saw fit. Ho did not promise to
tako the matter Into the courts. Mr.
llolcomb made u very favorable im
pression in Heupner, and u tnojority of
tho people uro In favor of living up to
their promises, even though there Is u
ehunce to sneak out of It, us they believe
it will bo to their interests in the long
run to do so. Tho road fs built to Hcp
ncrnnd will lie oieratod, but Ileppner
peonlo will find It to their advuutago to
respect thu rights of tho company that
built it. Tho U. It. A N. can. und prob
ably will, do much for Hciinder if tho
people manifest u disposition to do tho
Washington, Deo. 10. A caucus of
Democratic senators will bo held this
evening to decide upon u proiiosltlon con-1
. t a . " 1 i I IliailV ( KIVI l VU IT4(
earning tno noiiuay recess to io pwn n wL,,.j, fl(JWH lnt0 ,ha Modlteruneun, ne.f
lliia lrtitiiltliit'itiu ta.nmrntu It lit unwl I lift T a ....
iV" .. : , ir' ''7i ;t , ftariwnno. A nunc
& O. Pr.ild.nt.
Hai.timoiik, Deo. 10. Chrles F. Mayer
uas ueen ciccicd iiicsuient oi mo Haiti
more & Ohio railroad. It Is understood
he will Inaugurate u vigorous M)lley, such
ciiuruitoiizeii unrrctrs inuiiugement. In
eluding thu cutianco to Now York bay
via r-tuten jsianu.
A Denial hy Vlllaril.
Nr.w YoitK, Dec. 10. Henry Vlllard
denies tho current story that u syndicate,
contri llliig u capilul of (80.000, bus lieen
lormeu ny mm to buy up ami oterato u
largo list of elcctriu patents, Including
tho stock ticker service and thu Edlsoti
electric lighting nnd other Inventions,
)er tha PalU,
Hookskt, N. II., Dec. 10. A gang of
eleven men were repairing a railroad
bridge across tho Murrlmae river, which
was swollen, when tho ico began to move,
throwing the men Into the water over tho
fulls. Thrvo wore drowned, und the
A Prominent MluUter Dead.
Cincinnati, Deo. 10. Itec. Isaac Er
rett of tho Christian church, one of tho
U-st divines, died this morning, ut u voiy
udvunccd uge. Ho wus u lifelong
friend of thu late President Gurfleld.
Ho was editor of the Christian Stand
ard. A WhUnu.Ioii Tru.l,
IIiukvillk, S. C, Dec. 10. A meet
ing of wutermelon raisers, representing a
production of '.',000,000 melons, met here
to-day and decided to form n trust to
limit tho acreage and fix prices und to
entublish its own agencies In cities.
Miner. Wtrlfceor Higher Wag...
Four Donon, Iowu, Dec. 10. Em
ployes of u mining company here huvo
struck for an iucreasu of wages. If their
demand is not met, 3000 employes of
other mines uro preiurod to g out und
Hacramento ftalaaoa In Karope.
Ijni,u.v, Dec. 18. An attempt Is to be
made to introduco salmon into tho Awde,
ireu tiiouAantl etrus
salmon will bo placed
Ken umicun iironosiiiou tuaue to ine i;in- .... (......,..(
. . -.11 it t.l I 'tUlll .W MIMUUtU
ocrats is to agree to holding tccess with j r(ver.
w.o jrot.u IU1 .i" in . Tom llurk. for Chief Jo.llre.
name a day on which thoy IH ugreo Uii n,. n. 'm i, .
vote on the pasweo of the Henato substl-l, J'oton. I)ec. 10.- riio President
tute for the Mills bill. This Is the stick- nom nuted Judgo riiomas lturke, of
ing ,Int ltween the two sides. f. ' V" i,, W
The MImImIupI Riot. ' ,-'i-,i..'.', "
i urner conn-
Many l.Uee I.o.t nnd Much Property Dee.
troyrtl In Cnnada.
Monthkal, Dee. 10. Tho fury of the
storm which Iiiib been raging Blnco Sun
day was considerably seut at midnight.
The foundry of King & ltogora has been
wrecked by tho fall of Its ninety foot
chlmnev which crushed through the five
floors of tho building into tho cellar, de
stroying all the muchircrv and causing
damugu of (80,000. Tales of sulToring
aro coming in from tho neighboring
towns. Many people becamo lost In the
drifts, and have been found Insonslblo or
badly frozen. Tho thermometer was
fifteen degrees below zero in many
places, und thu wind blow between forty
ami sixty miles an hour. Six fanners,
two of whom were accompanied by their
wives, and others by their sons, loft
Couchcrvllle. a short distanco below this
city, yesterday afternoon, with Christ
mas produco to cross tho frozen river.
The ico began to break up during the
night, und no traco of tho unfortunate
people lms been found.
A II ooily Tyrant.
London, Dec. 10. A dispatch from
Zanzibar savs that in tiursuaucu to the
sultan's orders, four natives awaiting trial
for murder, were horribly executed In the
streets of tho town; their heads lielng
cut oil and their bodies left where thoy
had fallen, exposed and unguarded until
tho evening of tho day nt execution.
Tho sultan also ordered twenty-four pris
oners, Including one woman, who had
been sentenced for life, to lie put to death
n a similar manner during tnu next
week, a fow to Ik) executed each day.
Uiu llri Isli consul valnlv protested
ugulnst theso atrocities, but tho sultan
Proclaimed that In tho future lie will be
guided by tho Mohammedan law only.
Ho has bestowed tho power of capital
punishment on local governors und or
dained that their sentences shall not be
subject to npi-cal.
A Redoubt ul Htiaklm Captured.
Suaim. Dee. 10. Tho Ilritlidi havo de
stroyed an Arab redoubt, shells busting
in und around It, hardly giving tho de
fenders a ehaneo to cmtpo, and causing
great slaughter. A deserter who has just
onto in retKirtH great havoo iimonu the
Dervishes In tho crowded trenches.
r'lglil In Hamon,
London. Dec. 10. A dispatch from
Auckland savs that news is i (reived from
Samoa that tho Suinoatis under Mutuufa
succeeded In capturing most of Atuu ut
ter a long battle wlilt thu Iiiiuumcho
troops. Thu loss Included 100 killed und
London, Dec. 10. Three nctlons
brought ugaltist ox-Cltv Treasurer Ax
worthy, of Cleveland, Ohio, were settled
o-i lay In the court oi I ho queen m Is'iicn,
Axworthy ugreed to pay X.r.'.OOO and sur
render Ids proKitty In America.
Punamii Cunul Trouble.
London. Dec, 10. Tho stockholders of
tho Panama cunul company will hold a
neetlng Junuury "ttlt to discuss tho
course they shall pursue In vluw of the
Paiiis. Dec. 10. Tho tribunal of the
Seine, having lieeu urged to savu thu Pan-
umu Canal Company from bankruptcy,
Icclarcd Itself miwerless to interfere with
tho duo course of law.
The Chicago lUfealctl.
Kvdnkv, N. K. W., Deo. 10. A game of
basebuu wus piuycu nero inis noriioon
between tho America
a 0, Chicago 3.
urlcun teams, All Amer-
, . ... . ,. , . . yicu vimries rv. imyio, ucceuseu.
WaiulacW. Miss., Dec. 10. A report. Aii.i Lk..iii.
overtook four negroes, participants In i Ju''w"0', 10, Yn,
Hnndav nlLtht'a tr!iL...ili-. One reeistcd t WttH ,olt "Kington und
nnd wis riddled with bullets. Tho other ,les ttt. thin inornlng. It
three weto lunged to the surrounding i,
down all the i "--
tiees. Tho t-os-o bus run
neuroes who (led to tho hills on tho nlitht
of thu ufrruy. Ttiero a o at least fifteen
other negroes In hiding,
Washington, Dec. 10. Tho president
bus approved tho act grunting the tiro of
certain lauds in IVjrco county, Washing
ton Territory, to tho city of Iiicornu for
the purposes of a public park ; ulso un act
to establish a land olllco at Folsom, New
A llu.lnr. lllock llurn.d.
Iron Moo-tain, Mich., Dec. 10. A
business block wus burned this morning;
St. Paul, Dec. 10. One hundred Chi
namen creuted u sensation last night by
having a "swell" dinner at tho fashion
ablu Ityan hotel ut u cost of t.rj JKir plato.
No Olllclal r.w. vt.
New Yoiik, Dec. 10, Tho HaylUn
acting consul slates thut up to-day no
official informatloii has Ijccu received
Halkm, Dec. W). Undo lUi. Do IjihIi
mult, ouo of Ihu best-known pioneers of
Oregon, died ut Dallas, Polk county, this
forenoon, ugod 74.
Vi ix a up HotisK O F Drake and wife.
John Morlarty, T K Townsend, A Akeu,
.Mrs Miermiiu, w ai jiiiis, roruanii; re
ward Ulcott, Pilot rock; w t; j.ictios
koy. Colfax ; Win Allen. Chicago; ML
Olmsted, A J Ijiwreiice, Culvln Hyde,
IlaWCIty; J M Kluvuus, Dayton; WM
HuyruJr, D Chrlsmuu, Knokuno Fulls;
Ur w 1' riiniiii. Aiountuin Home, niano;
F Henderson. Walla Walla: W 1
Graham, Farmlngtouj I E Ruling, Wes
ton ; Ed Strahon, City.
Howman House r K Aiurpny; n
Ilanihlll. Enterprise. Or: E 11 Hnvder.
Portland; UWillalock, Adam Ulsjr: 0
it Nicholson, Kumola; W lloylen, Pilot
Hock : F O Woods. Salt tako: A tuhnke.
Winona, Minn; Tim OTool, Astorlu.
Goi.dkn ltui.K K M Denton, It M
Powers, Porter Graham, K 11 Nye, J W
Youmr. 1) I) ICaru. II lrltehard, Weston:
F H Daggett, Moscow; J T Llouallen,
Adams; Jus I-anegun, John Morrison,
Meacham: John Foster. Ilutter creek: (J
O Smith, MiniijJ H Sanders. Elleusburg ;
A w Dauimer, juuier; it uurk.
Ina; G II lUiigliorty, Ileppner; 1)
Good, Nolin; Owen MuMahony, Mcln
tiro, City; W II Caldwell, Alba; Win
Franklin and wife, Hartvillo, Mo; W A
Miller, (1 II Cad un ted and wife, Portland;
M E O'ilrlen, U H A: J A Llouulleu, A J
Sullivan, Ixno; O kustmuu und wife,
II V lleovow, W O Schwurtz, Now York;
Mrs King und daughter, J H King, Nollu;
ItOlcott, Pilot Itm-ki II O Grlso, Chi
cago; H L Wilson, Pomeroy; F M
Jtockwood, Miss I Fluker, Helix; J M
Moore, Kansas; M Smith; J G Myers,
.Missouri Cunyon; W II Chafo, Odeu,
Frank Merrltt, wanted at Hpruguo or
forgery, was taken (hero this morning by
u countable who cumo after him. Hois
ulso wuiitvd ut Wultshurg for rteullng
oats, llels tlio raino fellow who made
u pieteiiM) to hung himself lust spring be
cause u girl refused him.