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BATUKDAV, DKGtiMHKU 22, 1888.
. DAILY AND HHMI-WKKKI.Y,
II V Tit It
Ki4t Oregoiilnii, 1 ' 11 1I I li I nir Coniifi.iy,
DAII.V HUIWCIIIITIO.V IIATKH!
Oik; coiy per ycnr, by mull ' no
Ono copy tlx month, by iniill f
One eojiy ier week, by currier. 15
Hlnifle niimlH'm., , oj
wo have to ileal with them tw we find
them i mid they nro Benendly piikmucIouh
ami iirliilrary. I'robahly Mr. Hunt would
not coiihIiIlt the dictum of the engineer
of u rival railroad an good authority for
Mr. ltothehlld conaldcrH tin.1 voto of
Hunt Monday iih a tet of tlio peotilo'n
TIIK M ABS HKKtlKfl.
Owing to numerous "doings" every I
day next week It Iiuk been thought
bent to K)Htpone tho Hunt railroad iimsh
meeting till Monday ovenlng, December
!U. Wo whs It will not bo too lato. Wo 1
know that vmtv ii.uii.y action in nbso-t
lately neccH?nry, If we Bccuro tho road ut i
Ons Inch, or Icmh, In He nil-Weekly per
month. H 00
One Inch, or lum, In Dally lier month. ...... 1 ft)
Two I nc hit", or lew., In both, per month... 3 GO
Over tlin-clnclit'K.Heml-WccKly, per Inch
prr month 1 35
Oror threo luetic., Dully, per Inch per
month I 15
OTor three Inchi'H, In both, per Inch per
month 1 75
HKllt'WKKKt.r HUIWCHIITIUN KATKHt
Ono copy per ycnr ti GO
t)nu copy lx tilotit Iih 1 Vt
Uliitflo niimberK. 03
rrt'iiilum pnpor free toyvurlymiu'CMbcrfl.
Hoi lil nonimrnll uitverllnvmiwitn In Hcml
Weekly or Dally, tlritt liiMirtlon, per Inch,
tl.ou; each Riibhuiiiiijtliinrtloii,50c.
liociil notice, luu ecu til per line each In
opinion upon lhlH.pt HtlonibecattHe, hy u,1( a petition for a mooting wan cire.i
Toys. Bazaar. fancyMs.
1888 Santa Glaus Headquarters! 1888
Mil. ItOTllCHII.I) ItKVIKWKD.
Mr. Ilothehlld need not have era veil a
hearing hi the Kaht Oiikiionmn ms 11
"niiirteny" or favor on our part;1hu col
tituiiHof tho i:.r Okikkinian tire nl way h
ireely onen to the eanillil reiinoniillc ex-
preHHlun of opinion by any citizen; iitul
('Hjieclully tho oilnton of mo worthy and
iincftilii citizen iih Mr. ltothehlld ban for
yearn hIiowii hluiHolf to be. In tho
frlendllent inihmIIiIh Htilrlt, wo imiimI dlll'er
from hint In mimt nf IiIh nrguineut.
Mr. ltothehlld eharai'tert.eH our edito
rial ot 'I'htirHiliiy uh it "very rctmirKiihle
artlelo." Well, I'einlleton Ih In it very re
tmirkiihlc hltuatlon. The prenent hour Ih
pregnant with either growth and Magna
tlon, great progrenn or pro.sperlty or
dwlndltni; exlntenee, our fate hanging
ehletly, we. believe, iihii (IiIh one ipteH
Mr. Itothehlld'H HtatetiientH iihoitt tin1
grow th and biinlne of the town litHtyear,
ami the ciiiihch therefor, are ilouhtleHH
rorreet. If, now that that "Imkiiii" Iihh
paHHed by, wo are w illing to drift along In
ottrprcHont condition, without reaching
out for the nieaiiHof Mill greater growth
and hiiHluefM, then wo may he H.ttlHlled
with Hiieh eouiparlHouH uh Mr. ltothehlld
tuitkfri iih topant yearn.
Wu think there are many, rather than
"few," who believe that we will not grow
ami pronper iih we might and ought, "with
uverageeropn and fair price." Of what
avail Ih It to lViidlctnu an n town that
eropHitud prieeH are good If the people
who mine tin eropn go elHewhere to trade
and live mid ex'iid their money? 'Hut
eoiintry iih a whole, or the county, may
he iih well oir, hut lVmllelon uh u town
eerlalnly will not be.
We adhere lotliCMtntcincnt that hi thin
emergency the iibnlriict jtwtlce or rciiNinii
ItletioHHof Mr, lluiit'HilemtiuilH Ih not In
Inane. lielngitHHiired that without com
pllauee we will lone the road, the only
UCHttimlH: Can wiuillbrd to pny and do
wuai tie itHKH or, liyoii pieane, can we.
tttloril not to l
Mr. ltothehlld HeeniH to asHUtne that lie
eaiiHe Mr. Hunt Iiiih ,mwer to ilicliite
teruiH to uh now, he would have nil xorlH
of tyrannic jwiwer if IiIh road in hullt into
Pendleton mwer to "eriinh everything
hi ItH way." Mr. ltothehlld certainly
diK'H not lielieve that anytlilugof thin sort
run or will be ho. Mr. Hunt ban the
jHiwer to nay where the road hIiiiII or
hIiuII not be built, and if btillt,tiH)ii what
terniH. Hut when built It will Im ntibjeet
to Htate lawn and town ordiitaneeH the
mime iih any inner mm. II mere were
but one drayman to be had in the w hole
town, .Mr. llothehild In the iibence of
any regulating orillnanec would lie at IiIh
mercy an to ternm; but that would not
lHmiylngthat once employed he could
drive over Mr. Kothchlld'H htilewtilkH or
LtwiiH or (lower IhhIm,
On the contrary, we hae every itHsur
inice that tlte.ownerH of the road would
Ih reiiKiutable. We have tho lient of rea
ouh for U'llevlng to UvutiHe they uiiint
le, or eU they would not get the hunt
noHH. Now we hiive to do biiHlnecH with
one road, at It h own teruiH ; then we could
do hiiHiucKH with either, an we cIiooho (in
many wayn) mid cither road, knowing
thin, must lie reaHonable, outnide of ntat'
uteor ordinance regulation,
Jlrhlde, ho far iih Mr. Hunt iHcotuvriuNl,
we don't know but the demand Ih reason-
able, at least iih compared with the do
inundrt of rallroadn generally in such
eases. It will doubtless eoM mtuii more
tliatt thu 10,000 to grade the muMK'd
into town and bridge the Umatilla.
Mr. ltothehlld still talks about the
levee. Whether it Ih practicable or not
U not pertinent, so long uh Mr. Hunt says
he wii i, nut build into tow n that wav.
luted ycBterdjy and over a hundred
minicH HtibHcribed In u short time. Sev
eral bundled more could dotibtlcHH havo
been obtained. In the meantime the
matter hIiouI'J be talked over and thought
over, In it nplrlt of liberality and concilia
tion, and wllh a vlow, if poHHlble, to uc-
compllHh pomctliing, and that right
Notes and Receipts
FROM FIRST HANDS.:
Large Stock Just from
l'reHHCA, at Low Htfiiren.
I or say aliotit the nuestlon. We have not
HlKikeii a word to Mr, Hunt for weeks,
1 tior u in ii4. illrmllv or tiullr.llv. v.p).
Ho and Ills engineer my it in not ; ally or in writing, ulwut the railroad or
practicable. Wo agree with all the com- l'enilletou.
i.lenientH mild lie Mr. ltotlielilld ta tlio l lie I..M.T OKKOONI X CxpoCtH ttrt re-
gentlenuui to whom he alludes; hut if we
deal with railroad at ull by contract
n largo majority, they elected to the coun
cil a man who, ho hiijh, Ih "unalterably
opposed to it railroad coming through any
of the HlreetH of the town," Wo do not
think (IiIh ipteHtlon wuh directly audi
plainly in Ihhuo in that election. Manyl
voters, no doubt, voted for Mr. Thoinp- j
hou iKicauso ho ih ono of our principal
property-owner and doHnrvoH Home voico
In the general government of tho town;
because he Ih a man well known and well
esteemed by almost everybody J lteeattso
he Ih known to bo a man of strict Ititeg.
rlty and of good littHlneHH ability. Wo
don't know an It wuh generally known
that Mr. Thompson wiw "unalterably
opened to it railroad coming through any
of the HtrcetH of tho town." It wiih er
hitpH generally known that he wiih not
favorably Inclined to that plan; hut not
that ho was "unalterably" so, if by no
other way the railroad could be secured.
Mr, ltothehlld conjures tip a vision of
runaway teams and general wrack and
ruin If thin railroad should bo built along
it street. We think the evil, iih he lms
pictured It, I greatly exaggerated If not
almost entirely fanciful, In tho llrst
placu there would bo but ono or two
train inlay running over the roud, and
they at regular time, which all people
would soon understand. In thu second
place, the apeed through town could be
regulated by ordinance, and train would
not run faster than a team walks. A gin-nod-up
cowboy, on it bucking cuyusu.
careering along a nlreet which happens
almoHt every day I really more danger
ouh than a railroad would be.
After all, admitting all that Mr. ltoth
ehlld says; admitting that tho building
of that road down Alhi struct would he
some damage, would inconvenience some,
would be a source of some little .lunger;
All may then be Hummed up In thin:
The objections, the Incovenleuce, the
danger, all combined, tiro small, insigni
ficant, hilluiteslmal, compared with thu
great, supremo need. If Mr. ltothehlld
deslresipilot he can have it by resisting
Hits road. If he would have ImihIiichs, he
must let tho ro.id come. Which will ho
prefer, tptlet and tuifo stagnation, or life,
bustle, and business, wllli a littlo noise,
smoke, and need to "stop, look, ami
listen" w hen crossing a certain street at
a certain hour? This Is tho situation in
The writer went to Walla Walla yester
day. The town Ih alive, IIitlldingH are
going up. Tho HtrcetH are teeming with
people; the storeH with trmlo. livery
body, without exception, who spoke of it,
mentioned "Hunt's road" iih the cause of
It. On the way going up wiih ii farmer
living in the Vansycle region. Ho said
he wiih Intending to build In Pendleton
and keep his family hero must of tho
tlmo hut could not do ho liecatisu the
Hunt road was not completed; and he
said several of his neiglilsirs wanted to
do the same tiling. Some of them have
already gone to Walla Walla or (Vnler
vllle. We doubt not that the completion of
the road would bring four or live hun
dred families hero to trade who now go
elsewhere; and many of them to live.
Hut this is a small item compared with
the enormous increase of products re
ceived here, and the enormous sums
gained or saved on freight on e.Nmrls
We have another won! or two to say.
Wo have hoard two tilings Intimated hi
connection with this business. One is,
that the owner of the "gravel liar," the
projmsed deMit grounds, ilenlre to sell
out that property nt a fancy figure. Now
tho llrst obstacle to remove, then, I for
these gentlemen, to openly, publicly
make some reasotiahle proposition on that
point, saying just what they will do,
Unless they do thi the Last Oukoomas,
for one, will have to drop tho tight. And
they should do thin tit once, and male
the price and terniH reasonable. Indeed,
they ought to make the price very low.
Thlsot Itself would Ih a wonderful en
couragement. The other intimation Ih that the Kaht
OiikooMak Ih paid by Mr. Hunt to take
up this matter thim vigorously. We
simply Hay that any such statement, or
intimation, or insinuation, is wholly false
and without tho least foundation what
ever, Mr. Hunt ha not ald, nor ban lie
promised to pay, or Intimated or sug-j
geMed that he could, would, or might inv, I
in any way, dheetly or indirectly, u dollar '
or a cent to the Kiht Okkooman or to any
ersoii connected therewith for our ellbrts
in this direction, or for anything wo are1
loing or saying, or an thing wo are to do ' A'1 k11,lJ,,01' ?rjln nmi oilier produce bought
. , ... , ,i unit sold, AmpluniiU roiiuuotlloiuwurv-
iitiusra. noon mm pnHiuce of ul
kinds ntnrtHl nt reu.onuble rate.
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Dolls, Dolls, Dolls, from
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WTllilitAM U0Kh'c i
nml promptly UellverM.
If you hRve an nnlnu? itm.
cover mm l.y Mp..i,ni tuft':
III IIIU KAKT UHKOONUll. Ii 1
Storm Lake Shaving Parlor
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All work ilnne by
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Cor. Main and Webb Sts.
Hardware and. Tinware
PUMPS AND PIPE.
PLUMBING Promptly Done.
MAIN HTHKKT, VKNULKTON.
A klinre of the pulillc piitroiiiiuu Ih .ollrlte.l
K. J, llortou, fropeif lur.
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Kind-clan. In every respect. Near I he de
l)t and li every rnnvHiileiu-... 'ram 51 a
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NEXT THIRTY .DAYS
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Album, I'lush Cioods, otc, ofe, Leading Teriixlicala In Mock.
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Mutlee to TaM)m
uxu fi n iruv uiv t - Half n.
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tin ill iiiiiHiiiinivtnnio i
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puriMiN of mllcctini hii,.
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tlniiitlllii, Jmmary J.lfvHa
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Milton, January litnA te,u.
V h ji-ycle, January i, im.
Helix, Jnnuiiry in, iwn.
Union, January SI, Im
rro-ct, Janunry 91, mi
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miuiu i-o'iiiieian.rran aha mti
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inn ytur iimi are nerUT no'iowu
Tlmo fur iitlcinllns to l.ni
o cilirKU. in. ,IU I n o !(. ZD
riiviiu ui uiauiL
UAlUTj 111 I Kill Kll I I Ul
Not I po Ii lurfbr lIVFIl thlt I
.ii i iiuvu uy i up town nn
town ni rciiuif ion, onlfrlM tu
liiir, and liilllillns .IiI.whIIh on
from lliii wl-1 nlJo cl
Iho eint In (lie uet tktt
Htrt-ft mi (lie vrrnt, nrurlJ.4
thlriNrrm .runfthe Unit roo'if
uiriinii nr i..Ubin HIM. M hi
city recorder witlitu ten Uaji ito
piiiiiicui'iin or hi M nnucr,
Ity order of the tnwn mundL
Dated Herein Lor 'J). 1M.
. A Q0 U M. IVu
m'otiob to rnuPKitTrovii
Nntleo U hereby ulrfl thl u
IllWll l)f IVildlftOli. or fflM I
iiii'iiLfii jiii ii iiirri. ir'in tuw i
Tni iirn kirtvi iii ikuri iirrfi.PT
u riiVfiiiiir imii iirML aikj mii
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rrtim wo wmiiueoiiwiiff w
tw fiutri iinni. nniviuru uu
Ilia land fn iilane loni
Hied with Hie city rwnler wHW
.irfni- II, a Hrt niilillnallnnnf tell
II v iinler nf (lie tnvn finnflL
Dated December 31. IN
Alexander & Frazer,
Grain Bags and Twine (or Sale
v.vmuiug, xxu-ta, uttpa, juress ana
IPamily Groceries a Special bv.
COODS DELIVERED FREE nr nuiart
MAIN THKKT. I'KNDI.KTON. OltKKON
wiml in the name wuy uh the other peo
ple of IVndletoti will reeive it, if thin
roud U built, mid in no other.
T. F. R0URKE.
Grain and Commission Merchant. W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.
Wine and Spirit Merchants,
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