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ATURDAy.SEPTE?E Jl. 1880.
la an early day raaa for their laior on
this Coast could command unusually high
wages; Labor was scnr, end ti e cor
uious wealth delvedrm tite earth at
that time, made its pavt. But
this has all changed. fouf lf if Mongo
lian iroa else J ..jflitingin-
to " ''iSIIeS- by " ktgh ireuartoiCJiaV come in-
CEX. M IX FIELD S. HANCOCK.
OF FINN'S YLVAJflA. '
JFM, H, ELJSU,
v ' OP, INDIANA. ,
' ii i in
PRKSIDENTIAL KLKC7 - J
T. G. OWES, of Cn. Const y, ... ''
"JAS. Ft'LTUi. of Vao Couiitv.
to the country in large nu:nber. Com
petition inevitably produces its ligitimate
results, the reduction of jmuneration,.
Laborkigmeu in, aiaju- jiptanpu, in&tead.
of Wpil4 UieWiLilli jive' W
yted,.in idleness rath f!; than, .,-Auecunb to
Jow rates,; Tb,is ja, follyvsThe result
lias bet-n that men cajming., Jr m xtlier
ands, or, lately, froin,.tbe Eastern States,
are at work steadily, receiving; reasonable
wge and graduall g acquiring , a good
eo.niietftiicyThe idea. that some nip
wiii itvi h'-imble, tliyuisglOo to because Y.f
' foolish pridij, jk thai it is better to work
Ir bary flviug. l ite tUaiv to bfJ idle.
Idleness surely brings disaster. .,, Employ
ment at low ratep does not incapacitate a
man, for accepting anythiug,brt r when
it presents itself. , Wqrkjng si jc. months
far $3 a day is uijioua. oin pared, with
steady labor tha year, round .at $3 per
The people of Roseburz are consider-!
of recent birth in that pNce. ' Itaenis
that some old Indiai.n vlio lir'bMn
camped jp the mountaiieatlef? ' Ji.
mantic story of early tiakThef M
Tleneath the smooth surface of the
politic spa of continental Eiro) there
miauls to be an und-T-curreut oi disquiet
that will probably 8 un siiow its-It' in
s na ! unl jokcd for in n I: would
jiOt be aurpr i ' if t'lc m ip oi Europe
t9 a 1 rg SQjna inpor :it c!.a,ug
1 ifore very long. The inifctrust will,
v.'iiic the great powers regapd each pthci
J daily beooiuing more evidan. Jf w
ire to' believe the utterances of German
'Authorities, Russia is so disturbed by in
'ternl troubles that a foreigh war is ab-
lutely necessary to wai d 08 the threat
ened danger and distract attention from
'home affairs. But Nihilism jt pould se ia
has not taken' hold upon so large a pri
fKrtii;n of the Russian popuhition as the
Bsiuirkiau pojipy woudi hare us to in
tleVotandL On the contrary it is claimed,
wfch . every appn-aranpe j,f trtj, that
. Jfihilism is iargi ly on the ane, and
' that the attempt on the life Csar had
- the effect f ipva'ly riiminisliin the d
jeaii sf at d ct.i .e. The Russisn
have a reagious reg tr.l for their ruler
' hcwdver des; q c e, u.ay be. No doubt
however but hat it would suit the pur
pos gf Eismark to crea'e the impressu.n
that Russia is rent with internal dissert
4ju and ditisfuctjon, But when wt,
reuientber the part played by that wilj
diploiQHtbt in making the French declar
war at the very tima ho was able Jw
rrush them, and when we note the pre
valent dissatisfaction among tha lowei
classes throughout tha German ' Eipirf
it is safe to' conclude that it is Germany
and not' Russia that needs to divert 'at--
' tention from domestic troubles. Two
dangers threaten the peace of Germany
at this time, viz: the growing power of
Franee and the rapid development of
social democracy. This latter is. nirf
extensive ant more difficult to cope with
than the V'hUixn? of Rcsi. Tha fail
ure of the crops in niauy parts of thf
E.npiro s anq(U.ec ljirasing ftture of the
situation. The recent attempt to insti
tute a parliamentary fori)) of governiucnt.
of which they have notliinbut theemjity
form, has unsettled the German masses.
. Then again Germany cannot bear much
longer in peace her' huge armaments that
are such a tax up the people. AIJ. these
things combine to form a state of affairs
that need some effective measure to ir
vent its becoming serious, A war would
draw off attention. Add to this that
France, which Bismark thought ha hd
crippled fer good by the Fr-aR go-Prussian
war, has already paid' off its 4p't
aud is today stronger in every yf&y thn
before that war, and it is i(flt strange
that Geriuany shoultl feel uneasy. Alsaoe
and Li raine are not forgotten. Gambetta
is a match for Bismark in cnanin and
has the advantage of youth on, his side.
While it is true that Bihtowrk has hither
to succeeded in making his eniuies take
the initiative, thus making it appear that
he was the injured one while in reality
be was the agressor, it is doubtful if h
' ea again succeed in such a manoeuvre.
France will not likely dvdare a Var for
wbiah Bismark appears to b preparing.
Nor will he be apt to succeed in foment
ing a quarrel between any of the other
great powers. But that a European
war is imminent seems probable. It on
My remains to be seen who will be the
first to- break through the "anned ncu
4te.1V tha aaasaa te .frriH in Euree.
Th. horrors of confinement in the
Qr'Ku Peuitentiary are btcohiifig afarce,
and if thei Governor's commU'atrns are
as plentiful in the future as in the past,
the sver.ige murderer er robber will ac
tually enjoy the romsnce of a slurc epi
sode witliin the walls of o'jr Staes Pris
on. When a Judge sends a guilty man
to the penitentiary it is presuasab'e that
he know? something about the -ase, and
hi should either sentence , them , for a
shorter time er the Governor quit turn
ing them loose to irapese ou he pei p!e.
Perhaps the better way would ! e'to far
un th'Tfi-before thev leave ;tlv-it' p'aee
if trial; it would save the expne of
tnktii5f them there fioaebi-rj P'ain
J&iler. : '
This somewhat sarcastic sentiment
covers" too much truth. The judiciary
can be transformed inrp an idle mockery
by a. too frequent reversal of its decia-
WflS; ; KecUtive clemency should be re
served inr exceptional caas, when huraan
judgement had obviously erred ;n convict
ing. Gov, Thayer in, most res; eots has
earned re&peot and esteem in liis official,
capasity, but with the light we have on
the subject we believe he errs grievous'y
in the voluminous issue of pardons.
Justice should lie superior to clemency.
lars, after which the IndianamurdVre
them and buried the treasure. Aflth
"fooi-lo se" men of Roseburg are pfeel
'Pa'V"" wr4 the mountains to search
Grille Wst oailn.x j f
withdrawal of hi call for. State con ven
tion to nominate PreBidcmtial Elt ctors
was not surprising. He accomplished
all he sought- in, the defeat of Tilden,
and when he pledged his support to
Hatjoock, he meant it.; The call was to
forpea recognition to shai e in the offices
incase of. a Demooratie victory in No-
vember,- and hie resulted in compromising-
all 'difficulties. , The. Republicans
will encounter a united instead of a di.
vided Democracy in New York. ,
- Coburjf, Lane oounty, has raised by
subscription the $15,000 required by
the narrow-gauge railroad company to
construct a load through that town. It
is to he finished to that point by Janu-
.rv 1, 1881fi; r - -
that a party' of Oermu: $&irM . sCI f$fr
some fabulously rich minei &(M!ffif$i' "'SJ. J.jp&jfc?
they took hundreds of thnUuids.ot. dl- fi " .f VlK
W Al-..kittd cf
' Lf.a At,. Litigation is rife this week- Tha
J. l'.'s are .busy. . s(i v ,-.
Shelf'ilarJwarc vn'iy trs
Patent Medieiaes, Paiats.
Glass, f iuttv.
S JEi SS, XT J50C H S ,
Pure LltJUOrSj-So'd only m rhyajoianV Prescrintious. J.
mMmitkm atalantic lead, &
School Books, , Stationery.
IE O fapBt"e"'"S . AlbW"!
' !LCKS, WATCHES AX5 JEWELRY,'
ttf lrr Sent MaUtrl.il and Hi.
praved fal terns. .All TliiMar- i.
K04 heavy material, ami ni- -v'"
the beat workne.i rutpsjed.
Rivets, Iron ,
: Musical Inatruniants, ,."C.';.
LA MIS of all slses. TrUKl ajt lamons u:av fcUtsaBISlXKia. -
f. odripfiD VV5a.-3fully Corhopunded at all hours
WcUnbshn' All Stjlw
- i. -,;..' - '
i Burton ii Mali's wid '.'KoogaJTM.'
Shot-Gun & Riflo Ammunition.
a? ; '
a m mnm ii7. linn
W-JwX Sire. I, VOUTLAXD,'Or:.
iEASiHSLCSUSIS DEALERS !
!iBano&and,Ornf BblJ on tha Installment Plant
V0LD' IXSTRU JiENTS TAKES IX EXCHANGE
MiiiT.tcih Stot'i of
A Full line Hit
The London Standard waxes warm in
asserting that we eat tr much. Dr
Tanner ai.d the Chinese together, have1
roused such a spirit of investigation that
the navanU, laboring undtr conviction,
will soot! tie distinguishable: frcni their
shadowy and meagre f rms. A coTpu
lent man will carry 'prima facia evedence
of his ignorance and stupidity. But the
question is ajfitated at 'the wrong time-
or us East of the '" Mountains. Wheat
is too cheap to induce its' eKport, and
hencaVe must eat it.' Next year w'll
trv the starvation' dodge, when wheat
will fetch more money. .
Thoush ttltaklng Like an Aspen Leaf''
With th chilla (unl fever the' victim of maluis
sttil recover by using tl.b celchntod ptcifio, wbicii wJt
only hrakf m the mont irirt.vattd atfcitkii. but iir-
vtats their mmira U it iufinitel. preferable to
quinine, r.ot only b.;cne it doi the busineiu fr more
moiotigttiy, bur hixu oa uocount.of Its perfect wnule
jtumeueSb aud ivigoraUnff actlwo upoa the entire
1 or sal? bv all DnijsiiH and Dealers centrally;
Pistols and -Revolvers! !
aBD CAGLS, 'FLWEK POTSs
Trout Baskets, Etc.
Comprising heavy-platod KniToa, Fcrk?
A COMPLETE STOCK OF ROPL
Sold at Low eft rate tor food article.
misie and Music Books.
Mt'.c Agents for ho ,
MATCHLESS WEBER PSAKOS. . ,
-. Mjaines Bos Paso. & Co,, , Grand Spuare and
Ac theTst 2!oiiii:! I'ristd ram; m id--.
"Smg rtHsj.o!! i'mujw. si.a hrjid. the Wwid."
' V:L PRENTICE Sl OO, Music Store
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
a neer-fiiilini: Cure
or Nervous I)elilitv.
Exhausted : vimlity;
Paralysis, and nil xn-h
errihle effects as Lks
f Memory, Las i uijc.
i version to S'rictV,
'iinness Of Vision
s'uiaes - i the Head,
nd .many other difSiis-
c-s tliat lead te iiiMitiity and tle.-ith. Pit.
M1NTIE willaKree tef-rfett FIVK HtNDKKlj
Dollars foa rase' at iliit kma tin 1 1
IU-iX01ATIVE (ntiUr his i-H-cia) Miviee
anil treatment) will not enre, r tor suytlmiv
impure, or injuries found in it. LU Mi
TIE treats all Private Disease mee-inll
without uiircurv. COSstLTATloN EKKh.
Thorough exaiutnatinn ard adviect including
analviiis of urine. 85.00. Fnce of ital lie
storaiive. 83.00 a bottle, r four-1 times the
onantkv. S10.U0: Miitut any address upoii're-
wiiit oforice. or C. O. D.. secure from ib-
seivation, and in private name if desired, by
A. ft. MIMlt, M. P., 11 Kearney si reel,
San Francisco, Cal
Dlt MINTIEni KIDNEV REMEDY.
"NEPH KETICUM." curesall kinds of Kid
iibv and Bladder complaints, Uounorrhoeu.
Uject, Li'iieorrlioes. rr sale by all drug
ifits: S! 00 a U it lie. six bottles for 85.1)0,
DK. MINTIE'S DANDELION PILLS
are the best und cheapest DYSPEPSIA and
lilLLlOUs cure iu the market. or sale oy
all druggix!. v2J31y
Lar.dCiue at LiOrande, or., Aug. a, ahO.
Notice i hereby given ti-AZ tut foliowintr tiaiucd net-.
tier titib ti ct Jiu.icr oti.is u.turition to liii-.ke in;ii proof,
in u)purt ut itU .a;mf and M.t'are Hi a? ntrv i.htjxo;.
ii U. exii.mtiuu 01 ti,utK. ain. k iioiu cue uatt of tiiir
D. S. ?-o. I8v5; bet ore tt. A. .t, u NoUr IVbtio. at
c'tton, uiukou. oa uvw 11, 1 tor tuc At:, e4, sec.
, vu:- C. C. i wa, .V tekt.vr, ii. v'. K WCmi ,
-!T f irst Street, POiSTAXD, r.
fel-jd'Rtaj! tii la, an! rocapbic ktockol
New York, Sept, 16. 8536 emigrants
arrived last week, ",''.
Farmers at B"ton an,J Scottsburg, the
Maiitdsaler says, will ship , their-'greia,
this year to S m yfaw.iscj by way of
Gardiner. :.''.' V.
A new fishery is to be started at the
mouth of the Umpina, and eanneryi that
will give work tp. 80 met), and commence
The Ahand Tidings says while Toa.
Scott and Mr. Miller, of Eden precinct,
were bunting in the Cascade Mountain,
Miller- wound d a buck, and while fol
lowing it discovered $ rnPv'meivt iu the
bushes, he shot his friend Scott through
..... . "I .
the sight shoulder. Though very painful ' '""""" ' "7 . . ,
X u J - -1 I i Board na and Day School tor Boyt.
the H'BuT4 is not dangerous, but may , 51 '
leave the shoulder little stiffeneol. . ' WALLA WALLA, , 1, ; '
' r -w' t 1 t. . , . , . Second Tear Begin Monday, $iptty$er
4. flit Dylph, is aid ,0 be a candidate r 6th. 1880 :
ims istititim rra a Taestt
-T rt . YSalftanM m M fttsfl
tiie gepqbheans are ftlU to 06 UiUCh i and&. according to claw,prtrra, (hallyw.)
v . . ; and watlilnr, $110 per term of 90 weeks. For furthaf
paAiBUiars. wunw vno rniiuiw,
tlev. J. B. HcCOSIKI'T. M. A., B. I).. -If.
O. box 202) , Walla Walls. W. T, .
. TBS '
Valley Acadeitiy !
Kotk' w i:eie5. tW,.!! t,.t. t.!;-".?. ' -:.'-
tier-Las ttt'i-d fotir ol .i..ii.'.w.it;!. .v r -
in BU pvrl ut i.l& e:mui :.nu i. t." :. '
tite t.xi.utiuri i ti.i. t, tit; a ifuu. u. Ci.Uj ,
;: ; MAKV Z. KL'srji..
Widqw Rf Sinw . KuwJi. dicinil I;uu:i .
will be made buora U.e tuu. ly w .
Lwatllla County, &epUubr ia, 16ew, :o ii..
tf. IU, 1 4 N h, Bi 1., win i Jones ti.e h..r.v. ;
witaeMea, vU: rfanii nutt:, A. H. iu. t
oeiM and J. Svott, an ut etun, Cniau, u eu..
1,'op. Ut-iMvi r. iv, .
S-in-gO-Sw " - :
Notice 1 hereby giren that CUas. A. Ka r-. tt .jui t.
day aiade application to pui-ut.a: uodr Cv toa
Krees approved unetd, 17S. tuut.eu ai. oi tiie
sale oi 'limber Lanus in the states ui Culiiun.j ., Oregon,
Kerada, and la naauiugtoo lerntorv, u.e 4 o. .
10 in T 3 d of K ait. tinal urouf and ou.chaM are 10
be made at tqe cspiratioa t sixty ua.. nom tee aU ut
uus noeicv. xiuar uwmu.,
T-lT-iO-Hr ' Kec-Utcr.
n , i tVILL.QJf'FEli TO THE PiHH'LE OF li'KirjS AXD VICIXJTY,
strati it AnL -u 5 r
1 '-A:.'. i
i i in bk aa nil ma m mm n
K 1 I : J
y&u u u La u
two year heneA, fas the U. S. Senate: i
but ex-8enU Mitehell's chanc;s with ! " H
Abtiiit 9 cf the aitfikh reenved by J.
E. Utjtlerwood, w? Sugne, have died.
The cause is supposed to' be pve rfeeding.
There are alxmt 60 left, TJie carp taken
there Inst Spring by Ed.
E. h. GUESSAZJ,
Miioai,o ' Wattclies,4 Cloc, Jewelry,
Mpllanahan, 'M1. Sntarlfis. liold
and several other gentlemen, are do-1 ... PeH(ietCe , -
iny finely. The pond w literally slue Repairing & Specialty. 1
with young carp, and in a few year thsre J, fyiajn Street, e$tQn, Or.
will be ph-iity ef carp in our streamr. . . j E-7 ,
SJsKaril!e has improved more ia 18S0 ;
iaa eluriag any year ia the ( ast twenty, j
Several Sbsataatial baildinea have beoti built
i n a nf"" v f
I if i riT I till i
Cominj to Wulla Wot- ami mtfiia?! ytmr iUTckQeor jme
Orders Carefullv . and Promptiv Filled,
l&l''lCB. IS HERKBY GIVFS THAT JAM&
aJUIsl Killiaa bat this day made application to, pur
cuuc under the act of Juno 3, 1874, en lit ed, "An act
(or tite sale of timbered lands in the states of Caiiioroii.
Orefoi), Nevada and Waanin,-ton Terrrtori," (lit .Nt
Oi o, 1. T S . a 3t. linal p.ool and yardt ats
to he piade at the expiration ai sixty days' publication
herein, and wltiiia ninety 4a v. fiom date he.eof.
HtNKV W. DWJOHT,
Dated Aufqct S, 1S80. KpgUfer.
In the last few mouths ard others' are lx.'ing
fected. ! -. ..
J. C STAMPEE, MKS. TAYLf.P..
The Webfoot Restaurartf
(Opposite tht neio Cevrt iloun. '
VaHoiAsUthechielinputriilore C;rti Bet H jils To-ttae )tar la Will tfatlaC j
ier. " '-w '"' .. 4 I r Sotwec.be for the LE-tDEft. J '
I wb OmoE at LaOKASBt, Oa.. Ajg. iS0,
Kqtiee is hereby given that the fol'.fliririjr-jcicd
settler bas tiled no.ice of his inUn ion, make final
proot in support of bis .claiai, and cecuie na.il entry
thereof at Ute expiration of tnlrty dai s from tre date of
this cotiet, vin - , .
AKpHIBALD J. FATTISOK, , .
Pro-t mption No. 14M. ' Will make proof at Pendleton,
(. matt ia county, before Darigot A Beilev, Notaries Hi b
.if, on September IS. 1S80, fer the J, aw) A. swi, nwj
0 tiet, awiof sec. 12, T K, USs t, and euuncs the
io.iua'in as i.is vritnetise. ris: A.' S. UH.rw. A. J.
V. ie, A.irid Watts and C. M. Uaif , all of Weston,
V'ui-;i..a county, Oregon. H. W. DrlaHT. Henialer.. ,
a,LS ! OILS ! OILS
PN XT-Siesr e..s rspv:4 t taU j
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Than they -can be had this side) of Tlr, Dal!es.
i'VcrCall aiifj get Prices .
' City Tiii.i Store, tJreiT&s.'
..( Kotice is hereby given tl.at John F, Adnata, bu (his
esy niaue appneauoa at- vr-iauaice vi PHrcn, e UDjcr i;ie
ao, ii .onjeee approveti une .1.1, lav, eawtM
Act for the sale of timber laads'in tlic
wrnur, urevon, i.evauanu n ju.ungion ierr'v - tiie
be of See 10 T 3 N. K 3b'. Final Drool and Durehaae
Are to b. Bade at tut expiration of sixty freak thi
'notice.' rt - . Hern InnoST, Register.
tAUraapa, vr, m ispo.
UVf?UY and FEED HTAKiX
-fyT JOHJf DUBIAJt Protnietor.
Spttaaid Tameii's and 4dle gersn at sbefteit
nadoa. Mesty of Lay and era!n alirays on band.
I y aema n the tslsea, aysiflt '
THE UTTLE JOKER
"'?"K7"Ul W ASM MOKB AT A TIMK;
Vlfff re;e ga.meats, small ones (e or many,
-e-At.vb ..n.m cl4ui; never tears off or breaks buttun,
r-.:j-not mui the (luthes a parttciei; is eaily aoratd
aria &vo:j pacldiie; clothe before aashiag them.
And i Unequaller for Washii.5 Wool.
' ' - y ' X rf renau:
Mrs T. Kv'oi.-ia Mm 3 E Beao
N i nUvr Him Cyntbu BeaxU
Mis M a M iUock i Urs Lot Livennorv
Mil His A X Fvnnintoa
.ci -v. t.ui.e) hlni V A hitoomb
u A oi Mrs M i Arnold.
EiCXM5SO A ELY,
T. E. BRAMEL,
SUR'. EVuE AND cirtL tNUIJiEKH.
LOCATED AT WEIiS-fipRlUCS, WMATIIXA O0 .
in I'tiiee Ihsttiet. Parties Aeeianc land loralJ
would do well Weerreepoad VBai him. rettyeville t.o
W. T; COOK.
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OFFICE stt 2rvtf .Vfrr, Ctorwff,