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E. O. PUBLISHING CO.,
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., 011EG0N. MONDAY, DECEMl.ISK 24-. 1888.
Southwest Oorner of
Jewelry, Clocks, Watches and Sil
verware, OK THE VEUY LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS.
Wo aro now prewired to engrave all work iw Monograms on everything bought from
' us, without charge.
Ituiiini our (lomtH In luru iintitlti from different factories, we tire
able to uttl them cheaper than at. Portland and other
jilaceii, where KxpenneH are hlaher.
Wo hnvo Boetired tlio services ol Mr. Humlin, direct from tho Knst, whocomon vory
highly recommended, ho wo -trouble to gnanintco
IN EVEKY 1'AltTICULAK. CALL AND EXAMINE OUlt
NEW DE8ICN8 IN SOLID
Corner Muln unil Court Streets,
F. J. DONALDSON.
E. C. & E. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Complete Stock of Furniture and Carpets.
Our Stock Covers 6,000 Feet of Flooring.
GOODS SOLD ON
E. C. and E. M. WHEELER
SUCCCES80RS TO FORBES WHEELER,
,.., . ... Pendleton, Or,
BEEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, SAU
SAGE, DRIED MEATS, LARD.
Court Btret, oppoftte J. ltSuoem-ker-i-
J. i. mean.
Main and Alta Streets,
AND COLD-PLATED GOODS.
Beer Garden and Gymnasium Hal
Jtnrvrau A Klue. frl.
Knwllnz Al'er '"t Oymnalum lloom In
IrVm . !wnHn,l loviutlon lo M.
TIIK WIIKAT MAUKKT.
Itrportu from tlm l our Urral
Mart.. .r the Wnriii.
Ciiioaiio, Dee. 22. Wheat wcakj Do-
r(mlMTrlni.ilii(1 nl lntiii.iri-11 n-7'.
m . , ,oT 8 ",'m,mr 1,0-"
New Yoiik, Dee.
today It weak.
Dccomltcr M.oi'if ;
qulot. Buyer the
year f l.-t4 ;
ilu iiMvnn It r.t)7'. n.lu.r ii r.M
tliewaHonI.r)07,, Dlw berl.W-,.
LiVKiti'ooi., Dec. Wheat very dull ;
California Tn. 7il.
Tht (Imnblrrn I'lnr roultrjr Draw
l'ottTi.ANi), Dec. 23. IHt nlnht elosed
the two weckB enpiKenient of the the
Catleton 0eni Company, aud it Ih need
lcts to nay that their performances hero
wore u brilliant tmcceM, uh the city )aotH
have chronicled that fact. Tlioy produced
Mikado hiHt nllit, which, though well at
tended, kmt a i;rcut deal of ita altraetion
by tho tiou apeaiauce of their funny
man. Drew. 'IIiIh limn U rccounlied an
tho Hottl of all tho cnterlalnmentri which
tho company have produced, and It
mluht bo well mild that without him tho
play U not appreciated aa it denerveH. Iiik It aleadil) advanced in the dlree
l'lio caitHO of hla uon upearauco la due to tlon of the (Mt, tho wind blow lug thirty
the fact that he la given too much to the . mllc an hour. Appliance for IlKhtiint
habit of tmrtakiim too much of tho "red
Ho wuh retired from tho Htago Friday
nluht during tho progrena of tho play
"D irothv," and ban not apin-ared Hlnee,
and hla Iohm waa deeply felt by the I lieu-
tre-goera ol roriianu.
At tho corner of Third and Morrison
HtrevtM can U ncen tho most magniliceiit ' (Kint aro not eueouragliig.
display of iioultry ono could wish to nee. i
'Ihoro uro from 4l)0 to ftOO tuikexa and KNtiuk vn.t.AdK i,KSTittVKi,,
raaaiSiTa rzr hr v-
with bouquet and price cartls. ami tho Minominkk', Midi., Dec. 24.-A tire last
whole is u iKiautlfuI night, all but tho , ,t ,u,ftf0'yeil m;Mv tho cnllu vll.
price, which ranges i rom to V oacli. . ,u The Ions will reach fJ.'.O.tMXI, and
and although the right Is a novel one and , ,ir7)Ul,,iv mor, No V).H woro mt, though
makes us hungry. It K-ems I.h, m i.-h like . l(.rt) t MrerllK. milnK w wo.
ea lug silver to Invest in ouItryat H'' (,,. ud children, parlleula.lv amonglho
prices they charge. , , Uellof eomlim In fnim tho wif
Tho' iHilIng' of Iho gambling t ,,, ,,,
other night diHclo-e,l the fact 1 a a great , , (t , 5 ,,,
many y.aing men from tho country, whoso . , . , 1U (.0lln), ,)( , , ,H
parentH have sent them hero to get an J
Willi allon, have Ikoii in the habit of vMl- uml,iui ,,,w,m n.r..
lug these puce to havo a nice 1 ulet , ,
little game to p.i-a away a few hours, and I hi.kunii, Va Dec. 2.I. IIiIh after
it Is to lsi Imped that the example net last i " u dynamllo miigar.iuo at Motin
1...-,,.. t.. ilnw., Him liuvi. : rleaxaut e.Milwleil anil It is leitorleil llial
worthless curs make a practice of
enticing unwary youths into tluve
places ami recolvo a perccntago for
Ihelr labors. It has beon.s.dd by a
certain class tnai tuo pouco lunge wiih a
'ertaln class that tho nollco
Uttl., too rni.uh on the iiroiiiictors of Iheso
places, but such a thing cannot lw. as
they are luadlng voting men, . b()Mi char-
aclertvtro la'yoml repioach, to enter iiikiii !
allffi which Is not only degrading to them-1
selves, but which, If continued, ftalnatho ;
character olthoMt who are near and dear
to Ilium. vosay, icr mo goou worit go
on, ami not allow a clngle ono of tliei-e
"nice quiet places" to 1k nvoiliwked.
There in o mi voral places whhh contlnno
to goon Willi their worn, aim are io uy
to get caught by tho police, aa they havo
entries Dosted ho that tho approach of ail
otlleer Is Higualeu to tuo loremau, wiioini
mediate y taikMii ! w . " J
been In tho habit or enticing sueli young ' "' in-" '
men Into those plai-es, and that thoy will ' ro 210 kegs of powder and ten eases i of
conllno their "lalsirH" to tho elanH uIhmi ' dvnamlto In tho niuguzltio. ( harlea
charactera um not 13 ruined by audi 1 lli' and two c.ther Imya went In smnk
practices, as in tho case of college atu- jlwfc blown to utoms. and the
!i. ...... i, ,i,in r,... ti...i ur. i other bova badlv hurt. .Nearly every
tiCIIin. ii in 11 ilWI"M'"in linn e-nv
II .1 . ......... t.l.t.. i llltlll llUilivn uiiun iiiHni riiw. ... .1 .... ... -
1 ',1,U I 1 Z it . . i 1 HlKht nd then killed hlniM-lf. Tho co.i-
ir track.howover, and I wm) ,,, chl , ,.ttdl ()(,,urB
HtopiK.-d soon tl ero w ill , , , , , breathlnit her
)V0lnla ton circles of, t ,nwinlly Km(.,j t0 th.miy
11 111 un lll'UI II ! l.iu riMim ...v.... w.v.
Thoy aro on thei
the iiiing is not i
I ki Home who tnovo
e!K- bmiliflit to UCCnUIlt
Tho weather contlnuea to no ueauiiitii,
and tlie streets are thronged with ieoiilo
(baking tho iiiosk oil their backs.
Attorney win .Minor is regisiereu ai
8inallini u mi liniulfcTHiil '!.
Kkw Yoiik- IWc. 22 Health Officer
Smith to-dav telegraphed to Captain Jno, !
Moore, immigrant landing agent, to do- !
apatch a boat to tho quarantine to re-
movo YM atoorago pxssengora on tho i
Chalteau Ulltteu, fiom llordeaux, to I
Swlnhurn Island, aHarnalliiox bad broken iNlckcraon and John Selford, who at
out with great violence on lhat vemel. i .uln,L.( i, robbery of a train on Ilia
Tho tus I
(!eo. O. hlarr Immediately waa ,
Bent to quaruntlno.
lllipulyln Caplurat a Town.
New Yoiik. Dec. 22. The ateamcr Ad-
Irn.nt irL- fniiu Klneston. bring the news
of a Kittle In which tho Insurgent chief
Hlpiwlyto. waa victor. Ho Is reamed to
have captured tho town of Mlrabela,
twenty-eight miles from J'ort An l'rince,
the Htronghold of Iglme, after a two
h ours' siege.
Trying lo ItraUlu Kllralu ml Mllrhrll.
Ciiioaoo, Ihsc. 22, Judgo Altgehl lilts
morning moilllled tho injunction to. re-,
Btraln the lio from interferring with ;
Kllrain anu aiiicneu h Hpaning
Unim. Th Chief of I'llllCO saVS llO will
ii iV. . T . ,..i.ii. nl,,. ,L .i ullt
arres them for just exhibitions a, ii
?K."'e 'XXrr tmmvm UW
Canlno, where they uparretl.
Ilulrl llurnailal )IUiiiula,
Huttk, Mont.. Dec. 22. Tho Exchange
Hotel at iliwoula was destroyed by llro
jst night. To men were burned to
death. Thu origin of tho llro la attributed
o the explosion of a lamp.
KIl.ltlAN VH. MI'I.I.IVAN.
1'ntlnrr Itrmly In 1'lgh
Nkw Yohk. Doe. 22,-Juko Kllrnlii.
1 1 llltllt il reprcseil'lltlvo lii this citv, de-
j posited f.o00 cash to-tlay w ilh tho editor
of tho Hlpl-or, lp oivcrSulllvnn'M deiKwIt
1 '"r" "C'1' 'or Iho championship of tho
world, and 10.0(H) a fide The following
: letter accompanies Hut dots'- t: "Dear
Sir: In reply to John L. Sullivan's ch.d-
' H''iKo to meet me in the arena, (or $10,'
UOJ it Btdo and the championship of the
world, please state that I atu reudv to
meet Millivan In battle for $10,000
a Hide and the Police (huetto dlatuond
bolt which I hold, and heavyweight
cnaiiipioiisuip oi too worm, hi iirove
, ml .,; imlim) , t,tlt lllu
l,, earnest, my Imeker ImH tosted IfiOiW
' with tho New York Clipper, who nhall ho
the tlnal or temiKirary Htakeholtler. My-
boK or my hauker'H repreHeulatlvo will ho
' l ........ cm...... ... I.t -.........t...
live on proiK'rand duo notice any day
they name, and at any place they ap
point outside tho jurisdiction nl the
United States." Signed, "Jako Kilmlii."
iMi. iv nut., .riiiii.iiii ii life iviivn-iini
Tlinnrrlnn IIuIIiIIiik Ht Furl Alntioln
I.tkrly lob (iiinttiliiol.
Four Ahhinaiioi.sk, Mont,, Dee. 22.
All troopH at UiIh ot, and nix companlca
of Infantry and three of cavalry, aro out
on tho prairie went of the poHl lighting
lire, which ntarled in the unis hIx mllea
I cst of hero about hIx o'clock lat even-
tho tiro aro limited. It U feared tho ear
rixou huildlngH aud all frame htructurca
will bo destroyed. Tho hna in audi u
cane will int heavy. At two o'clock a. m.,
tho w hid in blowing tho blazing prairie
grana Into tho g.irrleon enclohiire In
buneheH. aud the nnmpeetH for Having tho
.1 . .1 i.tif.
lioiioo within u mile was blown to pieces.
Th l.utn Chltf .lntlrn lloyln'n llrmnliik.
1'irrsiu'iKi, Dee. 22. Tho remains of
Charles E. lloylo, Into chief Jiibtlco of
ashlngton lerrltory, nrrlveil beio tuts
morninu. and were met at the d" nut by
a eommlltco of tho Fayette county bar.
1'bo Issly was taken to his old homuat
I'nlontown. Tho Interment will prob-
ably bo Monday.
Wahiiimilok, Dee. 22. Secretary
jtiiviirit has Inlorined Dr. Aiigusto, Uen
oral llypA)lyl'ri uinlussador, that the
1'nllcd hiiiles cannot ollieially recognize
any faction In i lax 1 1, but will wait until
the pcoplo dccl.no for i no or thu other of
the parties as tho legal government.
Miinlrr Mini Nulrlilr.
Ni:w Yohk, Deo. 2;!. A young sales-
, im,11CH Sh.naker shot Lis wife la-t
Ihn llllf Clnrliiusll fire.
Ciscinsati, Dec, 22. All Ihc iiiIhmIiib
ill last nlght'u lire in Slrolnd'a furniture
factory havo la-en accounted for. Tho
remilt ia: one killed, two fatally wounded
'and llvo Horloiwly Injured. I)sh, two
I hundred thousand dollars.
I Fatal lUllroHil Arrhlral.
T1WHST0NK, A. T., Dec. 22. A con-
birillllOII iruill UN IIIU .llltuim IV . mm.
eastern railroad luuiied tho trark twenty
milca from hero last night. One man wan
killed, and eeverul Berlouitly injured,
iiuiirunil itohbma Nauiaiirrti.
i)KA,W(J(ii. Dak., Dec. 22. Alls-rt It.
0l(M,uke railroad, havo been heiitcnccd
to fifteen years, ut hard lalxir, In the
AnarrliUla Aik for an Injunction,
Chicago, lec. 22.-Tho anan hlsls havo
applied for an injunction to terrain tho
ixillco from suppressing their meetings.
The matter waa referred to a master In
Chancery for a reort.
Atlanta. ja.. ivc. "i. A paswtnger
train on llio westein Atlantic waa de
railed this inorninR. killing the mail agent
rtn,i severely wounding tho conductor anil
A (.-..i,,,,,! smn nuar.i.
.... .. .........
ii.w iur,KANH, iw, ... ai vroc.eiv
. , .
i'caseil tf.o hanging of John . . Johm-.n.
colored, for asaaultlng a white ylrl last
A C'nlil Vr.
Saiukao I.akk. N. Y.. Dec. 22. There
i a cold wave hero and It waa twenty-two
degrei-rt below zero last night.
NKWN KIltlM CHINA.
nil rinoil lli'bfllliin Hupprf id
Itnyitl CiihhkmiikiiI. Kit',
San Fiiancisco, lhe, 22. Steamor
llelgic ariived fiom Hong Kong to-day,
bringing 42 ChlitcHe, most of whom aro
in transit. The steatner brlnga tho follow
ing advices. Thu daughter of a briga
dier general has been Helccted us consort
tutliojoung Kmiietor, who-o marriage
lakes place hi Feliruaiy.
The rebellion in thu Interior of Fortaosa
has Wen llually Hiippiessed, but the
feeling among thu people la still uneasy.
Kumoiri aro pievailitig In China of a
ravival of the .Mltklewle. linker Hcheine,
with .Mitklowiex left out, and negotiation
aro t-nlil to be neaily completed.
P I ho village of Salgo Japan, Hunted
near the river, was iiltnoul totally de
stroyed by lire last mouth. 'I he follow
ing day there were heavy rains, and em
bankments were swept away and crops
damaged, and one mutt was dtowncd.
Cm n't Maha Haj'iinnU Any Mora.
Ii.sdon, Dec. 22. Thu firm of Wilkin-
Hon & Sou, gun makers, Informed the
government that they are unable to make
bayonets in England, owing to their In
ability to secure skilled woikmen. Thoy
do not Intend to complete their now fac
tory, tuo erection ol which Is being rapid
ly pushed forward. Thoy say (icrmany
Is now tho Hword-muklug country for tho
world. Olllelals of thu War otllcu regard
tho explanation of the Unit us reasonable.
Tn rrndurr ihn .Mriitlirm' lluuk,
I.i'.Mio.N, Deo. 22. In tho 1 1 on no of
commons to day Henry KIiiiIkt, Confer
vatlve inemlier of Womlsworth, moved
that thu clerk of Iho IIoiiho attend thu
Hitting of the l'aruell com mist-ton and
produce the memlH'ra' loll book, which
contains I'ltruell's hlgnatures. 'fboinus
Sexton, Nationalist, protested against the
motion, but tho motion carried, by u
veto off) I to I IH.
Humor of Trraly llttweaii Itualw and
WiNMi-iid, Dee. 22-l'erer. Cavalier,
lute secretary nf the .Spanish legation ut
Yokahama, is huie, eu rotito to Washing
ton. Do saya when ho left Japan It
was current I v toportctl In dlnlnuiatio
circles that it secret tie.ity hail been con
cluded between ltussiaiiud .lutuu ngiltiHt
i'.iiniiiiiii lur inn reason iitai iinssta, in
tho oveiit of war with England, tho Jup
iiiicho would favor tho latter,
A lliiinh at it Ixiiir,
Mtniiii), Di-e. 2.'. A petard exploded'
to-day ut tho door of Senor Canovas, u
conservatory leader's hoiie. I.htlu
damage was douu, though (lie Iniuulca
were much iilaruied. No anesta were
Tim Manltiilm Win.
Winniitii, Dec. 22. Thu supreino
court In Ottawa has uiianliut.iisly decided
in favor of Iho Manitoba mad, in its dis
pute about the right to cioss thu Cana
dian I'acillu tpick.
Aiinthrr hturiii In ChiiiiiIh.
OrrAWA, Dee. 22. Another storm has
ciuno tut and Is raging Mitmely In tho
city mid nelghlsirlng country. 'I ruins aro
Istlatcd and tho theimomeler is at rcro.
I'ullUrr's llft Arifptril.
I'aiiis, Dee. 22. Tho miinleii al council
has iiceciled the statues of laifayelte mill
Wiislilngion, presented byJomqih Pulit
zer, of tho Now York World. vt V. 3
Uinimin, Dee. 22 John Ilrlght'a condi
tion Is improving.
STATE ANDCOAST NEWS.
Ilia Hlratmir .Mriiilimliio llrachail am
Has FiiA.scisto, Den. 2 1. Tho Schooner
Menths'Ino, which went ashore iusiilo
Humboldt Har vstertlay.has been driven
in further on tho bench, and It is feared
will prove a total loss, Thu remaining
olllceia ami ciew were taken oir. May
llragg, daughter of thu engineer, waa
drowned. '1 ho .Mendocino waa valued at
i'M.QjQ, ami her cat go at (12,000. The
vessel was in charge of thu captain, net
having a regular pilot. Tugs madu two
attciuplH to get her oll'.but failed : another
attempt will Is) made when thu tide Ih In.
A Ituiutd lloma,
Coltos, Cal Dee. 21. Iho house In
which Joseph Maxwell and his wife lived
apparently happy Is now In ashes, and
IsjUi aro in jail, Mrs, Maxwell raid
that a sick family In town was in desti
tute; circumstances; alio f elicited aid, and
tho doctor having no change gave her
a twenty dollar piece, telling her to buy
coal and return Iho balance. She did
neither, but went on a spree. Her hus
band wax shocked, mid out of shame
burned down tho house to the ground.
A Tuf Captain Itrowiiad,
Tacoma, Dee. 22. Thou. Johnson, cap
tain of the tug ltlp Van Winkle, wuh
found drowned this morning alxnt i2::ja.
He fell from u gang-plank, striking hlu
head on thu main-rail. He is siiijohed
to have Uen intoxicated at tho time.
A Ilia ltrm,
0. T. WIttu has sold his drug store and
contents to Win Folwm. .Mr. WUlo
goes on a visit to "tier failerland" next
Alba Is now passing through a thous
and legged meeting, a masquerade dance,
u shooting match, mid a ( hi Mums tree,
ami no snow to track them In.
To thoso who enjoy Iho ttudyof human
passions, these nitrations oh.-ii tho UkjIc
of life at intorcHline; chapters.
La F. Kkiqiit.