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fjE NEW YEAR'S EDITION,
..,.. nftbti pnper, twelve page, with II-
Lnted tupplcmetil, In wrapper, to nny
, puM"l." I r
( rouriclf a commit Ico of one mid neo
Lit jor irienui iu m- a..!. m vuicb
ait t tiicm.
!nrTl.V. TURNER 4 OREWR, ATTOll
I11?.-..! r aw. Itnnm 1M and 10. AUKrwIa
ii -r: k " . . . ' -
CaBlock, .'emiieton, uregon
KfI5M PA1MON8, AnOflNEYAT
Hi Un Ulll"- IW!!- a r.nwn
SllLEY A I1A.LLERAY, ATTORNEYS
Cuilon Block, renaieton, uregon.
CcTElt FITZGERALD, ATTOIINKY8
1 WOC-i. nmnwui "I'U
r J, BEAK, ATTOHNEY AT LAW
J, Oflices-inin iret, in xnompion
HQftll UUllUlUg, UTW JA U A IKIITVUIUO)
. .Tr rt lnDMWU Arm ...
() uver rini national uanK, I'ou
r F. BUTCHER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
n , Centervlllo, Oregon. Will practice
wort of Oregon aud vVoahlngton, Col-
iLom promptly huoiiucu iu.
BAM8EY A WAGER, ATTOHNEY8 AT
i Itootm 3nnd -Ofthe"Eat Ore.
l.im" tiu lid ng. corner or Main and Webb
lull, I'enuieion, uregon.
1RIEH A WHITE, ATTORNEYS AT
if. renmeion. urcuon. itoomisand
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
"IR. D. PORTER, PHYSICIAN AND BUR
iron. Kclio. Orcon. Five yean iuwii
iiboipllid und prlvnto practice.
0RI8WOLD, PHYSICIAN AND HUR
, icon ODlce In Irvine' drug ilore.
AR.J. M. PRUETT, PHYSICIAN AND
I finrnfon. OMcfl! Over Mixirliniinn A
Irtrmore- itore, corner of Jolinion ana
,:rtitrceti, rendition, Oregon
NE0.W.K1NO., M. D. OFFICE OVER
Moorliouto ix Co.' utore. Itealtlenen. on
libb itrecl near Court atreoL Keiddouco
ticmcecunuecivu oy toicpiiono with VII
ranoici. r.nprciui uticiuion given lo tne
run ui women nnu ciiiiuren.
B. BKATIK, DENTIST. OAS ADMIN-
If literrd Ortlcei Main Btrcet,lnTlinmp
--tlKK iiuiiuing. Pendleton, Oregon.
IlICOLN JAY, PAINTER AND PAPER
L Htncer. Work nmmntlv done. I-eave
lin Willi Wlicelor k Urcoue. on Court
1 K. PAKKEH, CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Pendleton. Oregon. I'ouutrv
I4i ineclully, Kutlmntcs furnlilicd on
JL I)ttll!lS. RAIU'HNTKlt ANK
i Builder. I.euvo ordon nt reildpnco.
rttfCaurt and Tliompn NtreeU, l'endle
i CfmLilrvnnli-ru vollelted mid uromntlv
ni to. Imiiilru ut Walton A Liiur'N
I'OMAM ROl'ER, IIIjACKHMITII AND
I Vijon Maker. Alta and Oardon Hli..
il'ttoD, Oregnu. Dlnckmnltli work of all
mlntlin bet poMlblo manner, and nil
iwmdio term, i-iinicutur uiivniiuii kiv
Uvea lmowN. house cariuaqe
1uiJKIaii PnlnterH, Pendleton, Oregon.
fy ou vuicunmirfoi, near iwun .itrecu
Jaiuifurnliihed on nliort notice. Ordert
athf roimtry will receive prompt ntten
B.jn pninung a upociaiiy.
UaUAM WILKINSON. PRACTICAL
vfiri la all t lie above bntncliex. All work
iJnnlwl, oiUi'O nt Ilrlgg'H old itand, Main
I'UNK DUPRAT, STONE AND BRICK
I sli.on. I'nndlelon. Orevon. Tomb-
rut md monument sottlngsa ipeclalty;
Miiing, piuiterlng, ali Kinuti oi iioua
4 crick wnrlr ATnoitlAil n-asnnablv. Hot
M block Klr-proof partitions.
"1 FiMjni tt i iti & --t -viiTU'TVr ri
' Ibe "Hoard ot TxtuXfs Oor. Mam anl
r' ounu, renuietou, uregon. riouoc
HllOnr Ilr.rnn .lmi.i.V.1 VIiih Winn. I.ln.
lAVBON A KNOLK, PROPRIETORS OF
ut niarnaioon. Klne wlne,uquoni anu
'. rcuuieiou beer on uraugui m nve
tflau. Wlneharfa bottled beer a tne-
-i. nun itrteL. oddosiU) uoun jioiuo.
1UJAM R0E8CH, PIIOPRIETQB OF
a.vrtkon. All nrrlun fnr our beer Oiled
i promptly delivered.
fWD. KEMPER. PROPRIETOR OF THE
V'" ueeritwi, Main ni.,oppu.iw
JWlneg, ltquora and clgan, of the
jgraoda, n atock.
LHSOLT) jk DfflnimfD DunpniKTOIUI
im Umatilla Brtwery. Man.facter-
lt'f7thga.t.iotMeallon,ke or barrel.
tgiLtPj.' U you doa'tllkelt.
' JLSNEJ PROPRIETOR OF THE RE-
h ti"uu ariori, Mala wtreei, opixwiw
2? -S 8qnar, la Tbompn, new
ThlhtlfWInii rinnnrl A ml CAm.
it!Bnehe lerved to patront.
P!?,? PABMENTIKB, PROPRIETOR
if'juamorinu ilall. Main awe"; "V
jwi and Ctgari nomtantly on band.
pRBERTBPADLEY A Ca, 73 FRONT
."t.importar, of Shoe Manu-cturer
-"uoe hiore Supplies, Blacking, iirec
IjCte. rr ' deaoim
La KII.T T A W UTOinfinnntiiiTD TIL- A 1 1
Ct:7i. Notary Public, Vnycle. Oregon.
SM.lJyWty. Flltnga on laud rc
i ' nd Onal nroota taken at reduced
10a"wT7iFS7i-.. -..... ........
U i;4ti'u UVN UK HAU .tl lilt.
rjiXrl Omcoo.nian offlca at price that
Hitih. tn,'5r are cheapttr than those of
Printing home In Kaatern Oregon
kvikl ti'.n.,wo hundreU forma of legal
ITriM at this rxm r . an,l ntlier.
Peclal fonaa can be tupplied.
HtfSi?; at animal eatray, yon ean re
u.7 T "pending KJ la advertulng
A Itevlnw of OreRon MetropulU-Orowth
During lHHB-Mrtimrtcturc. and Kiporti
Uuiatlllu ilio Second County,
l'oitTi.AND, Oregon, Jan. 1, 1889.
From tuo East Orcgonlun'. Portland JlrnncU
Old 1888 1ms quIcUy passed away, and
it now year lias bocii ushored In by tlio
irrcsistlblo hand of tlmo. Sho comoH
with bright Bmlles of cladncss, eyes that
epuraiu anu aro tun oi noj.H ana promise!,
and her dimiilcd checks aro flushed with
a bloom of Dcrfect health. A
jioaco, plenty, and prosperity osteuds to
her ItBliapploBtgroollng. The now year
abides with us and tho old ti mil urnnana
onward in his nover-ending pursuit of
iiiui ignus mtuus "to-morrow."
1 110 UilWllintr of tho nuw vnnr in innal
propitious in Portland. Durlnir thu nant
vi'ur uio cuy nas mauu rapm airmen in
its various brauches of industry, is at
jircHont in a most nourishing and satis
factory condition, and its futuro novcr
11 . , .
looked iirigiiter. Portland Rowed its
wild oats Buvorul vcars utro. and Is now n
sioauy. roiiauig ana conscrvatlvu citv.
In fact, it has gotton right down to bust
ncss. and in coumciiuciico is malting a
steady, miro and BubsUtutlal growth. Tho
city had ItH last "blow out" flvo years
ago. Then It wont on n great big' tear,
and ovorlttstingly wlioojHjd tilings up. Af
ter thu npreo It was ko completely used
un that it tlod tin its head, went to bed
and didn't not tin for u year. Durum thu
long tierlou of tlmo remurou to wcrk oil
tno uiiucts oi tnu spreo it nau iimpiu tlmo
for rcllection and uindo bo tuunv uood
rcsoltitiotiB that by tho tlmo It was nblu to
bo out again, its normal condition was
much better than before tho biir bIod-
ovor, anu it uas duoii uoncr over stneo.
TIioho good resolutions have not been
broken and tho good results becomo
manifest by n look at tho wonderful prog
ress of tho city sluco that time.
Statistics uro dry and uuintostiui! to tho
nverago reader, lionco tlio growth of
l'ortland in various ways during 1838,
will bo presented in it condemned and
liusinesH in l'ortlnnd durlntr 1888 was
tho most prosperous thu city has over en
joyed, aim was w per cent miner man
1887. Over MO.000.000 la now Invested
In our mcrcantl o business, wiitdi is
500,000 noro than lost year, and In tho
banking luminous ctgnt minion, nan n
million nioio than tlio year provious.
Incrcaso iu wheat Bhipineut, 708,183
centalHj flour 122,71)0 barrels.
In wool, salmon and hops tlioro has
been u decreaso In amount and valuation
as follows: Wool, 880,158 jtounds, vuluo
tf(IlM,'-'13; Salmon, cuboh, 70,48:1, valuu
;ii,;iio; jiojs pouuus vaiuo
Tlio manufacturing output for IS37 was
i8.000,000. Tor tho year juht ended
nearly $1-1,000,000, divided us follows:
1'iiluts and oils.
Crackors and bread-stuirs. .
Dress and cloak making 200,000
Harness and saddler 200,000
t J round collco and spices 172,000
Fruit packing 155,000
Pork packing 150,000
Iloat building 160,000
deduction works 120,000
WttKons and rarrlacca l-!5,oou
Paper mills 125,000
City wntor works m'.uuu
Ico making 91,000
Wooden boxes ui.uuu
Soda water '5v99
Wrick ,.. ,
Electric light works 60,000
Marble and etono works "vX?l
'a a Ot iAA
Lime anu comeni....,,,,,....
Persons employed, 6009.
ABB f 1. I. A AH A Alt nOul
All preVlOU" ycrauiivw mxsn vmv
vthnnnii iiwt closed in the matter of
,lJ till l't wivinvM'i gj - - - -
twelve mouths 331 buildings were erected
at a COat Ot Jl,bUU,UW. ,uiucr iiuwiuiij-
omnnnllniT tn (WAT tl .722.500.
bringing the total up to 3,622,000, an In
creaso ol 7uu,uuu over bv yor.
SUtlstics from tho firo department of
.i il.nl liMuwa liv tlrn flurint?
the year 1888 amounted to 53,007, ap'"1
tiH,. I H lOr 103 UUU firo, l w w
t .1 i.ionluii nnlv iinrinir the norlotl
flM mentioned has tho loss exceeded
Fhr aro 8508 cliildren of school go in
Portland. againBt 0417 in 1887. Tho
greatest increase, ioia, .miiuuu."-."
February and December, 1888. The num
. f nnnlla nnrollcd at the iwven ulller-
teacnere are, eiuwi. rZ ?Qm ri
property in the nty amounts to t3CO,000,
the Wgh school building being far the
finest on the Pacific coast.
Sales-of real estate thow a large Increase
over 1887. In that year traneactions
mounted to 15,800,000, while durtog Oio
year just closed sales reached oer
7ffiCd Is becoming quite a railroad
center. It is the converging iplnt ol
" .. V- linna of Bteel reach
out to the north, south and east, covering
Northern Pacific tiuga the banks . o i the
ower Willamette and Columbia mew,
UMATILLA CO., OREGON, WEDNESDAY,
crossing tho Columbia fifty miles below
l ortlnnd. and rutin nnrtliu-r.1 inT.n
tho city of destiny," theneo castwatti
tlirougli ANnshiiigton Territory, over tho
Cascades and half way across the conti
nent to St. Paul. The O. It. & N. Co. 'a
lino, tho road which has done moro toward
m material progress and general growth
ol tho Sjato of Oregon, and created more
wealth for tho citizens, than nil other
agencies combined, runs directly oust
from tho city, skirt the bunks of tho
Columbia, jvenetrates tho Bccrot caverns
oi tno cascade mountains, embraces tho
icct. oi nor migiuy monuments of rock,
umurKUH irum tins mountain vaatness out
amonc tho beautiful, mill
cred Jiilla of the trrpnt IiiluinM
yhero its many feeders reach out Into
the heart of it country whoso honest,
tolling peoplo aro tho very llfo-blood of
mi, Ulrtf.. Tim n r. n. ll..l.
v.u. .uiu. aiiu vrunuii VjUiiiorniu,
now n part of tho Southom Pacific sys
tem, stretches !awny to tho south, along
tnu uiiiiimcuo river anu tnrougii tlio lar
faraeil and magnificent valley of tho H.uno
name, nnu on tnrougii California to San
Francisco. Tho Union Pacific cars reach
tlio city over tho O. It. & N. system
which counocts with that transcon
tinental lino at Iluntlnutoii. Orcimn. Tim
Portland and Wlllamotto Valley fine
Houthward on tho west bank of tho Wll-
1.il..n.nln 11.... .util. .1... i t....
liiiuuiubiu, i,Miui;i;Miir; T,tii tnu urt'KUiiiitu
Jtailway Company, which iK'tictrotes tho
vauey on euen stuo oi tnu river and fur-
niHiies transjiortntion facilities for a largo
number of thrifty nnd extensive wheat
raisers, ino urciron & L'a lorn a west
Bido hratich rutin to Corvallis. whero con
ucction is mauo wltn tliu Oregon PucKIc,
whoso road extends to Yaqulna Hay,
from which point San Francisco is reached
by steamer. Tho Orccon Pacific neonlo
arc now cnuiiucd in buildlm; their 1 no
euniniiru, iiiui win, oru long, connect iu
Idaho with tho fourth transcontinental
lino in this Stale, which is now pushing
, i ...ii, ,
its lines wcsiwuni as raimiiv as doss u e.
io an inoso ranis noes tno city ol 1'ort
lutiil Htt, (rtliiifn i, ml fitftilutt lllutnikLu
and by them is recognized as tho railroad
center ol tlio raclilc Uoast.
Tho market anil tmdo ioviowh show an
oxjiort improvement over 1887, to tho
amount oi f.',uuu,uuu, mo total vuiuo Do
ing over IU,000,uuu. Tlio principal ex
tiorts woro wheat, flour, nnd wool, thu
urniu licet bcini; 104 vessels, un iucnmxe
of thirty-ono ovor tlio year previous. Tho
oxorts for tho year and their valuo woro
ns loiiowH :
Wools, lbs 1,095,104
Woolens, cs ... 158,:i50
Mlllbtuir. sks 145,0(14
FIitXHCcd, Hks 158,(M3(1
Hidos, 11m 118,020
Harrel Stocks, pkgs. . . .
EKB. ' ;.
Pig Iron, tons
Lumber, M ft
Green Fruit, bxs 65,678
Dried Fruit, pkgs os,iku
Ore, Bks 45,620
i.., IK r.'V;
Villiunn, nkvo .,...
Merchandise, unsivociliod tons
Other articles, value..
Totals, 1888 19,301,390
Totals, 1887 . 8,995,640
Statistics in the hands of certain por
tions iu tho city shows that tho wealth of
Oregon is nearly 300.000,000. whllothe
assessed valuation is but 80,000,000. Tho
. . . . . r..ti I. ...I
ricuesi county is miuiuuiuuii, nusu
.,nnrl la nuJ..JUl nt 1 ''M 4R'l. I.Intl
comes next with an assessment valuation
of $5,454,057, and old Umatilla looms up
as tho third richest county In the great
Stato of Oregon, being worth $304,207
more thau the banner cow county ol tno
lirna f.iv!nn .wliruw flftflPHHor CfilcU-
latcs tlmt Ills county Is worth $4,416,455,
wjillo Umauiu comeH up duiuiuk
her Bheen. cattle, horses, fertile hills, and
rich plains to tlio tune of $4,079,702,
which means an actual vamu oi uok i--
But to conclude. Portland's growth
during the past few years, when all cir
cumstances ara considered, has teen
remarkable, There has bocn no boom,
it .t ... I. a lianlr nn ftntarnrlMini?
oniiait.ta within her limits, nothing to
stimulate activity and promote growth
but the natural increasing ueuiauu o mo
country tributary to Portland. AVhenlt
Ib rememU-red tliat the great men of
wealth have uone huuiiub wnwun i
promotion except to allow tliemselves to
i...l.n Iwsnl. Iiir Ini-h. hv tha Im-
UO IIUBUCU UU, iuvii yj - -, -j ,
pressivo demands of the young and grow-
ins btate, wuo can ten u wh
have been made, lias these men, the
moss-backed, foiliied monarch! of the
west, been iar bibihcu uiw
public spirited, e'ljo,.
New Yeara In Portland.
POBTI.AND, Or., k Jan. l.-The New
Year's holiday went oft quietly, more like
an ordinary Sunday. All btuiness Iwum
were closwl. A dance was given to the
news and messenger boys lat night by
Ilisliop Morris at tho Hiahpp fccott Acad
emy. Talks were given the youngsters
by Iter. T, L. Elliot, Mr. Williams and
Saw YKAKH AT TIIH WlllTK HllttflK,
The Itereptlnn Prorune Plonil Doruru-ttom-llow
Mr. and Mre. Clerelnnd Were
Washington, Jan. 1. The Whlto
House probivuiy never presented it moro
brilliant siectaclo than to-day, on tho oc
casion of tho President's mid Mrs. Cleve
land's New Year's recaption. Spociat
pains had been taken with regard to dec
orations, and the beautiful suite of rooms
whero tho reception was held never ap
peared to better ndvuntuge. There was a
profusion of beautiful, odorous flowers and
plants, distributed with it tasto which
made it charming oftcct. Tho choicest of
tho flowers wero placed In tho Ditto par
lor, whero tho receiving party stood to
welcome tho throng of guests; but tlio
most olaborato floral decorations wero dis
played In tho East room. Tho mantels
wero banked with flowers and festoons of
grasses and ferns wero bus
jieudcd from nil tho largo chan
deliers. Tall palm trees were
placed in tho windows and corners,
and tropical plants of all Imaginable kinds
lined tlio corridor running through thu
center of tho House. A largo divan in
tho East room was ornamented with it
beautiful vase, containing a lame mini of
dlirorent hues. Tho weather was light,
sunshiny and cool. Tho reception beam
at 11 o'clock, when tho usual numlrer of
guosta woro presentod. Tho President
woro n black Prince Alliert suit.
and n black Ho. Mrs. Cleve
land woro a beautiful rolo of p.ilo pin k
tatllo made wltn it round train, and
a corsago rounded at tho top, mid with
short sleeves. Tho front Hklrt was draped
In u Bilver-ombroldorcd net that had
fringed bugles at the foot. On either
siilo wero plain panels ol solt, troncli
gray silk, embroidered in n pattern ot
rosobuil.s in silver, back of panels edged
with heavy Russian fur that com
menced tit tho waist-lino and con
tinued around the pink train. Tho back
of thu dress was a princess h1iuo, with
pink folds at tho waist, fastened with
rosohud embroidery. In tho front was it
jacket, shaped uud rounded, which fell
on it vest of pink silk, tlraied with whlto
net. The Hi coves wero pink, with sliurt
mils, nnd edged on the arms with pearl
jands. Tho low bodlii) was edged
witli heavy fur. Shu woro it diamond
necklace, and n diamond star In
her hair. Tho recontlon closed about
two o'clock, after which a few guests who
had been Invited by tlio rroMdoni loiiuxi
In receiving n party In u light lunch
served up hi tho corridor.
Not Appointed Hecrelnry of Kliitn, Un
Will Muke It Hot for llnrrliuii.
Wahiiinuton, Jan. 1. Nothing definlto
seems known Hero concerning jiiaiuo h
movements. Ho has obtained no houso
hero vet nnd seems awaiting (Soncrnl
Harrison's action lieforti making any
definite plans. And Itlaluu, the "Re
publican," which claims to know his pur
)oso, says, will make things hot for Har
rison If not upioInted Secretary of Stato.
I lo means to settle hero this whiter, and
make himself tho rallying point for nil
ssat afact on that may Hiding up irom
Harrison's apiwintinontH or jollc.
QUACK DA UK IN.
UUWIfe Wm Deceived, nnd Want n Di
u . .. 1?.. ..'. Inn 1 -TutTim Klnn
' a,n a nA.innvi'. . -......
has granteil Mamie Darrin a dlvorco from
Dr. Kilwiird Dnrrln on tho wound of do-
sertlon. Ptaititiir stated that her husband
was a magnetic healer, and informed nor
before marriage that ho had nn income of
l-non iHir month. After marrl.ik'o sho
diBcovored that ho hod nothing, and sho
had to return to her parents to obtain
support. The doctor is now traveling in
Oregon in the practice of his profession.
He has made no answer to her petition
far a divorce.
Colored Catliolle Convention.
Washington, Jan. 1. The national
convention of colored Catholics, com-
ttthod of delegates from nearly all the
colored Catholic churches nnd uld soci
eties throughout the country, began its
session hero this morning, at me et.
Auinistlno Catholic cathedral, and tho
other Catholic churches ol this city.
Every church was occupied vwion at
tn-.tn a. tt. Father Fulton, of Qulncy,
111., the only colored Catholic priest at
present In tlw United States, began tho
celebration of solemn high mass. Im
mediately in front of and !eneath the
pulpit sat his Eminence, Cardinal
Gibbons, who delivered a sermon.
Cleveland' future ltloenc.
w.unrwn-m. Jan. 1. It is stated posi
tively that immediately after the close of
Presidont Cleveland's term of olllco ho
nnd Jlra. Cleveland will no to Uuflulo for
a short visit, and then take a bouse In
Georgetown icr a trmaneni reBiueneo,
Georgetown is u suburb of Washington,
from tho heights of which a splendid
view of the Potomac can le had. It Is on
these heights that Mrs. Cleveland want
to live. The Uakvlew nouso is xor saio.
Tbe Tariff lllll,
i'icinvn-irM. Jan. 1. Under an astree-
ment mado respecting tho Uriir bill, the
Senate will meet to-morrow morning at
11 a. M ami will continue so to uoumii
a vnta is taken on ttio nassauo oi me
bill. After miscclleneous business is dis
pomI of, consideration of the tarllf bill
wlllborcsumul, and will have tho right
of way over all other measures until
action is taken on the 21st Inst.
JANUARY 2, 1SS9.
Ho (Stole aUO.UOO and shipped It
Htiimelr.liy Kxpren, In n Trunk.
St. Lofts. Jan. 1. Tim rhlc :llo Olrl
liozzler, who jHiekcd himself and $10,000
in u trunk and was sent by express to St.
l-otils. was caiitured hero to-nk-lit. I In Is
Thomas Vines, who took tho pay of bovch
iiiiuureii employees, amounting to ton
thousand dollars of tho Adams & West
Ijiko Muuufacturim: Cumnanv. Chicago.
and dlsapiK'arcd last Saturday. Ho took
the moiiov with tho uld ol it conlcduratu.
ill whoso naiiio they hired n room in near
factory, and mudo preparations for tho
llliilit, tho conleilenito dlsuuiscd its
nck'ro. and secreted tho inonev tin old
stockings, mid .threw tltu.it under somo
old clothes iu tho liottom of a big trunk
Lasinigiit vine's coiiicileruto sent an ox
prcssmun to tho room, and iu neuro tils
gulso hclK'd tlio expressman load tho
trunk In it wagon. Holes cut In tlio
trunk cavo him air. On thu way to the
depot mcs told tho expressman ho in
tended to beat his way to St. Ixmls by
goini; In thu trunk, bo hur too tioor to
pay tho faro. When Vines oicned tho
trunk ho jumped In and snapicd tho lid
with it spring lock. Tho trunk was put
into thu baggago room by, tho express
man, and tho check left In jiossosslon of
Vines' 'lecomnlleo. Yinen nml film trnnlr
wont on board the train, and ho and his
10,000 wero treated ns common lisggago
or a dlstancoof 100 miles. That was us
long us tho embezzler could uuiluru It. Ho
cot out, and tho trunk was carelessly
closed by tlio train men, and Its eontonts
left undiHtttrlred. At St. I-otiis thu trunk
could not bo obtained by Vines without
tho check, and his conledenito did not
appear. Considerable pity was expressed
ny tieoi men ior ines, and it small col
lection was taken up to buy his dinner
and stipor. His strungo story reached
thu iKilico nnd nroused suspicion. Vines'
description hud been received from Chi
cago, and the reading of it resulted in thu
despatch of otllcets to arrest him. Vines
was taken into custody while begging thu
baggago ugent to disregard regulations
and givo him tho trunk.
The River mid llnrbnr, nnd Klcnraiigua
Canal lllll to Darn Precedence.
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 2. Tho probabili
ties aro that tho llousu will immediately
proceed to consideration of soiuu of tlio
appropriation bills on tlu calendar. Tho
Itlvur and Harbor bill has precedence
over nil appropriation hills, uud Chair
man Illaticlianl will cull it up thu first
thing to-morrow. !
Tho unfinished business is it bill to in-'
corporate tho Mcaraiigua Canal Com
pany, which has lceii roKrtcd favorably
to tho House, with iimeiidiucnts from
the committee of the whole. Tho friends
of tho bill will cull It up on Friday, uud
try to secure it vote un It.
A K.Km.OOII l ire lit M, l.iiul.
St. Iii is, Jan. 1. Itlclianlson's
whnlerialo driig-sturo, situated about 200
yards from tho .Southern Hotel, was dis
covered on firo at two o'clock this morn
ing, Tho flames spread among the Ik
llamubo contents of the store with alarm
ini! rabidity, nccuiiiiuuiled by freuueut
oxpluslons of drugs and oils, audit was
feared for u tlmo tliit thu entire block
would go, nut ullrr an liours Hani work
the flames were notion under control.
Tho chug houso Is nearly a total loss;
prodably Hall u million will cover It.
1 00,001) Aftworllty Money Reentered.
Ci.cvki.and, Jan. 1. Andiow Suulres,
tho Cleveland lawver who went to ln-
don to secure thu $100,000 which Thouius
Axworthv, Cleveland's defaulting treas
urer, hail deposited in a bank there, re
turned to-day with tho money. Axworthy
Is now on tlio ocean, cnrouio io uinaua,
where ho will remain until ho can outer
tho United States without fear of arrest.
Four Men Have a llloody 11111.
Auoiinta. (la.. Jan. 1. Report has
reached hero that u bloody fight occurred
ciiditcon miles from this city, on Satur
day. In which all four participants were
oadiv wouiiueu. ixiuib iiiacx ami a man
named Drown wore hunting on tho land
of Sam Fielding, when ho and his son
appeared with guns uml a battle ensued.
Ali are still living.
An Old Veteran Kill Another.
Milwaukkk. Jan. 1. louis Schmldth,
an Inmate of the Soldiers Home, 05 years
of aite, stabbed a fellow veteran nainod
W. r. miner mis aiternoon, causing in
stant death. Tho two men hail quar
relled In a discussion over their respec
tive war records, whllu drinking in a
TIik Women Taking a Hand,
Wasiiinoton, Jan. 1. It's generally
believed that the ladles ol Harrioou's
family aro exerting as potent an influence
as anylwdy against Illalnu's appointmcut.
Tliov are not in lovo with Mrs. Illalno,
and uou i care to snare society wuu nor
A . . 1 . 1 .fi I
as wife ol tlio hecretury ol btato.
Nkw Oui.kans, Jan, 1. -The steamer
N fitches, one of the finest iiasseutrer loats
on tho Iwer Mississippi, struck a reef in
Lako Providence tins morning, ami
4k W . A A 1 Ii ....1 1
siiiiK. it is a total toss, it was vuiuuu
A itrlg and Crew ixt.
Wahhikoton. Jan. 1. The DoiKirtmcnt
of State has received a telegram from tho
United Ktates consul at Kt. Joiufs, n, v.,
Htatim. that the brli! Atulla is a total loss
ut Senews. Thu captaiu is the only sur
Washikoton. Jan. Colored citizens of
this city osEcmbled last night ut tho Ma
sonic Hall, tbe occasion l!ng the annual
celebration of the signing of tho emanci
pation proclamation at Washington.
Send 'Em East to Friends.
Help to ml vcrllsu tlio town nmt country by
ending it few cople of thin Iwio of ttio East
Oiikiionian to your friend nt it distance.
Prlco ten cents per copy, In wrapper, nt thl
STATE AND COAST NEWS.
PHOSl'i:itOUH OALU OUNl.V.
(treat Growth During the PititVear.
San FiiAKcisco, Jan. 1. -In its annual
rovlow tho Chronicle states that the past,
year has lieoii thu most irosiurous In the
history of California. It estimates the
present population at 1,400,000, many
counties having doubled and soma oven
trebled their imputation during tho past
year. Tho valuo of mineral products In
1888 is placed at $20,000,000, manufac
tured products $170,000,000, orchard tiro
ducts $24,000,000. cereal eroim $55,000-.
000, hay and vegetable crops $19,000,000,
wlno and brandy $8,000,000, wool, $0,
600,000, doiMisIts in saving banks $28,
000,000, an increaso of $7,000,000 ovor
Tho nssossod value of all nronertv In
creased $152,000,000 during tlio year. Tho
raisin crop was 12.000.000 boxes: tho
orange product for tho season of 183-8tf
is estimated at 12,000,000 boxes.
A FATAL MISTAKE.
Ctrl (liven Deadly Lotion I intend nr a
VtcToiitA, 11. 0 Jan. 1. Maelo
Hughes, uged 15, living with Mrs. Hug-
tony in tins city tnu last lew days, lias
recti siidcrim! from iullamntorv rheuma
tism, for which she was using it tonlu aud
lotion, icstcruay morning .Mr, Hug-
gerty went to tho girl's room for tho pur-
hjso ot giving her a ilosu ot tho tonic, and
n mistake ttavu her the lotion. Tho mis
take was tliscoveriil. and medical assis
tance called, but all ullbrls to savu the
girl were unavailing, sho dying iu it few
lours, llio lotion was Iaruo v coiutmsod
of bolladoumt. An Inquest was hold, and
it verdict returned of accidental death.
KILLED II IS MOTHI.lt.
A Hoy Accidentally l)lrliurm' n Hlint,
With I'utal Kraiilt.
Skatti.k. Jan. 1. Mrs. Ira P. Rock
well of Sidney, across tho Sound, wits
shot nnd nccldeutly killed this morning
y her M-year-olilson. i;i.ty. .Mrs, llock-
well had given him ihtiiiIssIoii to go
a hunting uud ho went Inlo tho kltclinn,
took down tho shotgun uud wn attempt
ing to insert ii eartridgo when it exploded,
tlio charge passing throught it thin par
tition uml entered tlio breast of his
inothor, who was Iu thu sitting room ml
ioliiliiu'. Shu expired in ureal mwny a
short time afterward.
NmiiKKled Opium Melted.
Kk.ytti.k, Jan. 2, Seattle CtiHtoir
llousu Ollleer Roger Hindu a seUuru of
100 kuiuIb of opium List evening which
had been smiiu'ulcd into it pawnbroker
shop, on South and Second streets, llo
had seurcinsi live men, nut iimiiug notn
lug on Ilium, let tliem go. lliey am lw
lleved to havo Ikmiii the smugglers, how
ever, and their hitei.tiou Ih thought to
havo been to get tho drug into it chest
uud ship it to Portland.
Hid l.'cllp-tt In Una rritni hen.
San Fiiancimo, Jan. I.Coiidltlons
were generally favorable for tho obser
vation of thuicclipHo, At tho crilot
greatest obscurity it Isicamu very dark
and ono star was plainly seon. Tho
eclipso wits suceessfully observed at tho
Lick Obeervatory, and thirteen photo
graphs were taken.
Tacoha, Jan, 2. Tho iollco last
nluht raided tho Fashion, Motiouram
aud Cabinet saloons, uud arrested eight
iH.Kcr players, itmui.i tno rest tno well
known ''Stud" Williams. All were
brought before Justlcu I.twrenco und
Villi Tmel I'hIU Again.
SkATri.K, Jan. 2. Van 'lassel, tho bal
loonist, adtertlsud it balloon usconslon
from tho harlxir yesterday, but ho could
not procure enough gus mid ho dlsa
pointed sovural thousand peoplo by tho
Man Found Head.
HAn ijiahi mwu. w.111. A. ii, .hjvi,
a na.tlvo of Canada, 3(1 years of uko und
by occupation a truvoiing auuiior ior tno
Southern Puciflu It, R. Company, was
ound dead In his room this morning
If AYTIAN NEWS.
llyppoltlta' Nlda or the Ntory, a Told la
Nkw Yoiig, Jan. 2. Tho Sun says of
Haytlan utralrs that Hypollto's friends In
New York received advises by thu steamer
Clydo that Hyppolito has been elected
President by a majority of tho Represen
tatives' Constituent Aseembly, uud will
soon apittul anew for recognition. Sink
ing of tho battles that havo been fought,
the advices say there was only ono of any
conseqiionro, and that was at St. Marie.
An uttempt to tako this place cotU
tagltlmu dearly, It Is n national
stronghold, a sort of Thermopylae.
U'gitlmo's forces mado a desjicrato
attempt to tako It, and lost 1300 men iu
killed and wounded. Then they with
drew to thu south and havo not mado an
aggressive inovo since. legitime' gun
boats patrol up und down tlio coast,
shelling Inolfeuidvu hamlets, but boyoud
this accomplishing nothing.
tlfi... if T.m O I',.fi-niily In tint vt.
cinity of Dtinfanughy and Farakalgh havo
armed themselves aud fortified their
houses, destroyed bridges and blocked
roads, In readiness to resist tho eviction
yhleh will bo uttempted to-nr rrow.
Troops of iiollwj on duty in tho region
march with dllliculty. Tho upicarance
of tho district Is warlike.