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M AKOH 1, 1888,
TIlltKK CASH AWAIIBS.
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on Jununry 1 1S80, us follows:
First Award t
-PoMiAiw In gold coin to tho firm or
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ni mu muuuiiin imiiu in nm ai h
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bu'iii iiiLvii i.i in itiiviiritu n tiiEn-
keeping nn account for tlicmaclvcs.
, WHO receive cuilllllinniiuin mi .mi;,.
Kant Oregonum run, vo.,
V l'KNni.KTON. UKKHOIf,
lfilnn in HOOll to lllLVO II tClCMlOnO
. Dart in a candidate for tho oflleo
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' nvi-nviiflnn for tho now Matlock-
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i. iiriiTk. in iwjuiil Luiiimi: i;u.
n AVnllii wnn tn electric Unlit, nnd in
a gocKi bizcu cuuit, iu k''1
Vert proved up on hip aim, near
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i n .iiniLiii j.jiii;v. ii:ri uil'iii.
. Kitiith will iininh hiH work on tho
i i'i iniiiii tii Kiiii iuiuu nun Vyi,rt a
Annio Smith, well known in Pcn-
lmu ri.tniiioil frrnn vimtillL! fnOIlllH
UP fVWhv. Southern Mctho-
ludioH of tho M. E. Church huvo
t within thn cliuntx! and
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lift ILIPlllTn 111 LilUll
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i u tiiiii in ifii-iiriiiiiii. . hi
work of rotiowing tho Prosiwct
will m uAii thiw wook. l'ivii
t Al! 1tf..11.. Hf..ll. K.W.
inn i uiiuiii ui m tutu ii uumi a w
w euniimign daily just etartod in
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iii.o, . ii ni'fiiiiiiir iiv ii i run i in'
ntreot in woman'H clothef. Ho
huvo been urruHtcu.
hourH of arrival and departure of
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nun iiiii i injniuiiiiu iiti.iu
luiim viii lvwl lint t1in nilU' Ki'hfil-
1 imikn it muLh worHO.
11M..1a1m 1 l.nt. U'nu mwl It'
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morning, whero ho hasteon vinit-
uitJinur. iso neeiur.
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W.illn in dm -:ik.i of W. P. IJutehor
IT CM til ....t ,l....n,.r. u
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Lindsov. who purdiuBod tho Davis
aeroHH tho bridgo, hun iust had tho
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nuiKca u very auracuvo.
.iwt Tiiik(1ilv's Eabt Oreoonian tho
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bo renown on I'roaixsct furm Bhould
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In Wnl in Union: J. K. UGH. Hlieri II
IHIIll i:illllll . IVUllDUDi 11111IUU JlUl'U
nv, hiiv.ni? I'oma to irot IL V. Scott.
iini mr innriiri- i im i'iil i i i n 1111111
ii p i i r 1
M. Smith, of Bukor City, took
of tho Yillard Houko dining room
i . it.
bv tho old uourders ut loBinir the
1 11 IX T T 1. .
rn l Af 4V1a-a ni-n.-vi-.tnAi-
ou Monday night's train from u
ork. wuero no ims ooon ior soverui
. lmvintr nn cnormout) Btock of
Mr. Tayior exienenceu nara
.i i.i.. n.,.naoi.rl
f ah Viohiir liiiimv to ito.t back to tho
ic oi eastern uregon.
Pridav flatluirine Dohertv. an
iiiiv Iruik- nut. lir citiznn i):imrH he
,i m rv 1,11,1 V r rs-h IlAlFn 11T1
tinal proof ou account oi her not
a citizen. Foreigners who intend
ii iiih r iiiiiim in if in ii hi uii muLiin
well to tako out tho neceusary
IWIIIIM Villi' IA I IM.I1 1U111. M XII
vo considerable trouble.
Articles of incorporation of tho Uma
tilla ltcnl Estato nnd Lonn Association
lmvo been filed in tho county clerk's of
fice, nnd with the Secretary of State.
Sam. P. Sturgifl, J. H. Haloy, W. F.
lShttlock, 0. S. Jackson nnd Frank B.
Clo!)ton nro tho incortHjrntors : capital
ntnok. if'o.000. divided into twenty-five
slnirofl of tho value of J1.000 each. All of
tho stock has l)een subscribed. Tho pur
poses nnd nims of tho company will np
pear later on.
Tho now Main street bridgo is complete
nnd open for travel ncross it. It received
n sovero strain Wednesday, when a band
of twenty horses ran at full tilt across it.
Tho council should pass nn ordlnanco
which would tint a stop to such proceed
ings. More than ilvo lieiul of lcoso stock
nt a time, should not bo nllowed to cross
even a bridgo.
A certain young man haB been seen to
saunter down to tiio dopot ovory evening
of lato about tho time tho Walla Walla
train is duo. Ho has also liccn seen to
return after the arrival of said train in nn
apparently sorrowful and downcast mood.
Keep up your spirits, old boy, sho may
yet come to roward your patience.
"Red" Lobcnstein will pubtish iu to
morrow's East Ouegonian n enrd, de
clining to run for county treasurer, ns
manv of his friends wish him to do.
Poor eyesight, which will causo his early
departure, is tho causo assigned. "Hod"
hns a host of friends who would like to vote
County School Supcrintcndctn Pierce is
linldinir n teachers' examination in rooms
of tho East Okkcjonian building. Tho
examination began yesterday afternoon,
I ...til 1. .1 A .. Tii-nn.
UI1U Will UU CUlll.llllli;u lu-lliuwuvi J. iiiiii-
tv-nino api)licjints for certificates aro in
A Miss Martin, living five miles nbovo
Milton, eloped a few days ago, with a
young man named Gcorgo Kelly, expect
ing to marrv him, but ho took her to a
lodging houso in Walla Walla, whero sho
was rescued next day by her brother.
Itichard Bellow, better known as
"Uich" .Tonkins, died at the homo of his
stepmother, on Thompson street, thiH
morning. His death was tho immediate
result of a pernicious habit. Ho was
about twenty-ono years of ago.
W. AV. Dalhmar. an insano soldier,
cscajKMl from tho Garrison hospital at
Walla Walla, Tuesday, and armed with a
butcher knife, visited several places in
town, but was recaptured without hurting
Mr. G. W. Hunt, mnnaglng owner 01
tho Oregon & Washington lorntory rail
road comnanv. has boon in town several
days settling up matters, nnd paying off
all bills duo from tho company.
Tho bridiro across tho Umatilla rivor,
about a milo above town, Is in an unsafe
condition. It will bo repaired at onco by
tho parties who have just finished con
struction of tho now Main street bridgo.
Miss Jessie Starkweather, who has
Ikjcu residing near Chicago for ten montliB
past, ret urn eu Homo on .uonuuy'B train,
whilo absent Miss Jessio had a fortune
left her by tho doath of a great uncle.
L. B. Nash has lecn appointed Associ
ate Justice of Washington Territory, vico
Judgo Turner, resigned. Ho formerly
lived in Walla Walla, but latterly in Spo
David Brown. Jacob Frascr nnd J. C.
Long huvo purchased a half-interest in
tho Pendleton Manufacturing Company
of J. B. Bay, Z. Houscr and Henry
It is reported that work will soon com
mence with tho idea of extending tho
telcphono system from Walla Walla to
.Milton, Weston, ccntcrviiio ana renuic-ton.
James Wheclan hns iust received ten
dozen of James Means' seamless shoes,
tho best III.-'") shoes in tho world. Ho
has tho exclusive agency for theso shoes.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Ger
hard, llvini! in tho upier end of town,
diod Tuesday night, and was buried in
tho Pendleton cemetery yesterday.
H, C, Paige, formerly a resident of
Pendleton, has been appointed one of the
two coal initio inspectors of Washington
territory by dovcrnor fcempio.
Falck & Cohen have one of tho bout
and largost Btocks of clothing and hats in
town. Tho stock is complete und new,
and tho prices low for cash.
Mr. Nelson Swaugurt and wife, father
and mother of Mrs. Win. Matlock, ar
rived from their homo near Centorvillo on
Tuesday, on a short visit.
James Leezor oilers thirty well locntob
lots in Pendleton for sale. Bead his ad
vertisement under "Now To-day,"
Ten families of emigrants from Linn
and Miumiu counties, Kansas, will arrive
n Pendleton on bunday's train.
Niles & Vinson's marble works, ut
Wulla Wallu, were burned Tuesday night :
loss, $2,500; insurunco, $1,100.
C'lurk Wood has accepted tho i wit ion
of ussiutant foreman in tho East Ohkcio.v-
ian mechanical department.
It is about time that someoMO wus get
ting out tho street sprinklers for tho sum
Langtry's choice cigars nro tho "fel
lows" to Binoko. At Langtry's. opposite
E. B. McElroy, Stuto School Superin-
a , i 1 ..x il. i';ii i
leiiuem, wus regiBioreu u. mo i maru
J. A. Gross, a prominent farmer of He
lix precinct, wus in town Wednesday,
Rev. Oglesby will preach in tho Baptist
church to-morrow, Friday evening,
J. T. Jledman, of tho firm of Rccso &
Redman, Adams, is in town to-day.
Tho Star Rostaurunt is tho "boss
place" to get meals.
D. D. Neer, the East Portland archi
tect, is in town.
Loryeu & Arthur do tho cheapest and
Still More WUr,
Pendleton people get awuy with 30.000
gallons of water per duy and it isn't a
cold water town either, but this includes
tne street Bprinkier, wo behove. Wallu
The umount is 300,000 gallons duilv.
The typo In tho East Oukoonian office
in tho first place did not like tho size of
tho story and left off a cipher, but it is
irue. neverineiess. I'enuieion people are
partial u pure water.
THK WOKK CIOkB ON.
Another Kntliwlitlo Mtlnr f to
Hoard of Trad-Tho Money t bo
Halneil-Kallroaa Committee Appointed
Tim itmml of Trado met last owning
nursunnt to adjournment. Tho following
members and visitors wore present : H.
W. Wheeler, E. C. Wheeler, R. Alex
ander, Lot Llvcrmore, J. H. lurncr, S.
Rothchild. J. E. Bean, Thomas Ut
Gorald, W. P. Matlock, William Martin,
Rolwrt Sargent, Wirt Minor, W. f.
Chalk, J. P. Medernach, J. B. l.j dy, P.
Zahncr.J. J. Ballcray, Jcsso l' ailing, .
Houscr, E. E. Sharon. J. A. Mnrston,
W. W. CavincBS, M. E. 1-olsom, J. W.
Younir. .Tames Wheclan, A. L. lAV', Dr.
E. R. Barker, J. P. Wager. , ,
Mr. G. W. Hunt wns nlso prcscm, ana
.., t,.t.i.l (,i itmlfn ii Ntntenicnt rcinird-
inc tho O. ife W. T. rnilrond coming into
Pendleton. Mr. Hunt snid that it would
bo very expensivo to bring tno routt nero,
and ho wanted a subsidy of 30,00p,bcsido
i,.i,f f M-,n- mill iloiMit, irrounds. The
ground for doiot and sidetracks Bhould
bo -'000 leet long unu;su icci.wkuj. au
cnss tho liver ho would have to build a
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UridgO, WIUCU WOUIU cum. ni iuudv f.uiuuvi)
and it would probably cost as much to
1 1 ii. ..t.l . . i it... Jtirt.
como uown tno otner nmu m mu nu
from tho mouth of Wild Horse. Two
nlnces in town Bcomcd to bo available for
dopot grounds. Ho alluded to tho ad
vantages to accrue to tno iun jivm
tho tcrmiuus hero, and said he would
llkn to know soon, as ho might wish to
make other arrangements.
Alter some questioning, n commiueo ui
five, on motion, wore Apiwintcd to ox-
Aininointo tho mnttor, nnd confer with
Mr. Hunt further, nnd report nt tho
next regular meeting, noxt 'luesctay ow
ning. The committee nro: McBsrs.
Wnccr. Young. Chnlk, Bnllcray and
Tho committco apiwintcd to consider
. r , 'I.... ..I.. ... .!l!n. fy. ii ,1
lUarsion ?iiaruii n lumiuniiiuii iu in.1-
vurtiso tho town and sell lots reported,
reciting substantially tho terms of tho
proposition, as published last iucsday,
nnd recommended nn appropriation of
i&nn in im nitwoil hv litinroDriiiting forth
coming dues, nnd by nn assessment of $10
on cuch member.
On motion tho rcjort wns unanimously
A Miunliifwm lirovldllll? for (MCC't 1011 of
officers at tiio noxt regular meeting was
Tho following gentlemen, mainly
through tho rustling qualities of Mr.
Marston, havo sent in their namo to
become members oi tno iioara: iwarsion
& Slinron, l)esj)iiin it Howard, J. M.
M Uiitwnn. J. Diamond. John
Gagen, ForlwH & Wheeler, Win. Martin,
J. M. Bentloy, James Wheclan, Jacob
Frazer. Burroughs it Kinney, 1'. M.
fVilm X- Piv Tlilu ninkns tho member
ship over fifty, ami sovoral othor good
names win oo uuucu uy iuu huxi, meci,-
'i'lm Bonrd of Trndo has como to life
again in good canicst.
A Gentleman Introduced.
Mr. Rfinrim Bnullov. an experienced
nnu-lllvliuiy lllllll. llllH 1hXI1 HPIMlmil to Ilt-
tend to the duties of delivering tho Daily
East Ohkoonian to subscribers. Tho
pajicr will Ijo left at ovory houso, storo
ami ofllco in Pendleton to-day, for tho
purpose oi mauing tno icopio acquainted
with it, and to glvo those who wish to
become BubMMbert) a chanco to do so.
Mr. Bradley will commence soliciting
subscriptions on Friday and will
continue thereafter. When ho calls,
lnMir with him kindlv. and if
vou want tho paicr tako it and ho will
appreciate tno mvor. n you uu not.
want it, then don't tako it, and there
u'tll lm n,t liiiiil fi'illiii') ! lint Air. Brad
ley is going to do Ids liest to convinco you
that it is profltablo to tako it. Tho East
Okkoonian lUblisning company win ap
preciate any favors shown Mr. Bradloy,
mwl If thn (lYcliiiiii'd of thn Duilv East
OiiKdoNiAN for a week for twenty-livo
cont iieccs is not equitable aim iust, coin
..i.i... in i.,. i. i .....i n.,v.... (r.. w
inaiiiin iviu inj iii-mii, nun uvi-i,; uuun
will Im liiiuln toward correcting existing
ovils. The J)aily East Ohisoonian is a
necoHsity, but iio long-felt want nor
charity patient. It has como to stay,
and if merit, grit and energy will bring
success, it will "get there" witli both feet,
regardless of circumstances und conditions.
" IMnu City" Itemt.
Quito a loss of fall-sown wheat is ro
ported, Many aro ro-sowing,
A good deal of hurley is Iwing grown,
and considerable ulfalta will also lie
Stock of all kinds is looking woll.
J. W. Sweazea has returned from Walla
Walla, having been treated for his lato
There aro sovoral cases of scarlet fever
in tho vicinity of Pino City. Mr. Bam
ago has lost ono child from it.
A littlo child of R. N. Stanficld accident
ally got hold of some concentrated lye
and swallowed somo of it, und Biiffbred
greatly for ubout two duys, but is getting
I hopo the court houi squuro will
bring a good price, if u n. jurt house is
to bo built, for tho county Is ulreudy tax
ed quito enough. Yet tho county cer
tainly needs a now court houso, and if
ono was built tho officers might bo nioro
dilligont in tho discharge of their duties,
if that is possible.
If I were an Indian I would writo to tho
Great Tyee to hyuck mumoko ocoko ill
TUe Mouarcu of Juaurauco Companies,
There is an advertisement of tho old
reliable Hartford Insurance Company iu
tbia issue of tho Duily East Oheooniak
that deserves a closo perusal from busi
ness men in particular and tho insuring
public in general. This is ono of tho
ablest managed companies doing Business
in the United States, und one that can
pay all possible losses without feeling tho
burden in tho least particular. It's Pu
cifie Const managers ure Belden & Coran,
of San Francisco, men widely known for
their capabilities und energies, u sample
of which can be seen in tho immense
business tliat tho Hartford docs on the
Pacific Coast. If you are in need of in
surance apply to Olopton & Jackson,
Pendleton, for a policy in tho "Monurcli"
of JLnsuranco Companies, tho Hartford.
THE rKNULKTUN I'UlltilO SCHOOL.
Ootid Work ltelnit llime-lncreaurd At
tendance Number of PttplU In the Dis
trict. Tho Pcndloton public pchool, under tho
manngement of Professor Royal nnd his
corps of Assistants, is making excellent
progress, nnd is one of tho institutions
which aro a credit to Pendleton. Until
Mr. Hoynl took charge last year the
school hud never been graded, und his
work was thus rendered more dllllcult.
Gradually, but surely, ho bus prosecuted
tho work of grading and improving
nictlioila, until tho school may now bo
said to bo fairly on tho high road of
progress and success.
Five teachers nro now employed, ns
follows: Prof. M. G. Royul, principal;
Prof. W. L. Gorman, Miss Emma
Anthony, Miss Bertha Hextor, and Miss
Ritner. They receive tho following
monthly salaries, respectively: $1!WH,
$78, $00, $50, and $45.
The number of pupils in each branch
is ns follows: First reader, 77; second
reader, 78; third reader, 11!0; fourth
reader, fifth reader, 1(1; orthography,
:i7o; grammar, '28: composition and lot
tor writing, i'8: physiology and hygtono.
0; vocal music, 375; primary montni
arithmetic, 80; advanced mental arith
metic, i.'f)5; Rudiments written nrith
144; written nrithmetio, 57; primary
geography, 144; complete geogrnphy,
18; language- lessons, S.VJ4,
Both tho total and the dully nverngo
uttendanco havo boon much larger dur
ing tiro winter months than over lcforo,
notwithstanding tho fact that there has
also lxjon a largor attendance at tho va
rious other schools in town.
Tho increase of children of school ago
in tho district, since 18S0 is shown by tho
following statemont. furnished by Mr.
F. 1). Hasbrouck, school clerk: In 1BS0,
L'50; 1881, 300; 1881', 338; 1883, 417;
1884, 508; 1885, 518; 1880, WW; 1887,
flrnnlte Crock Mined.
Baker City Democrat : Andy Eliot, a
mine owner of tho Granito creek district,
roH)rts tho mines looking exceedingly
well and a large amount of work dono ou
them the past winter. Largo amounts of
shipping ore lias lxon taken out this win
ter, and us soon us me romis lending to
linker ure in a good condition the ore will
bo hauled thoro by team for shipment to
There uro only fourcompuniesof whites
on (ho North Fork, rosicetlvoly, lonoy
it Co. work two giants und six men, tho
Gallagher's claim work ilvo men, tho
Kinsley claim two men. und tho Gurt
ridgo claim four moil. There uro nlwut
fifty China companies. Two China com
panies worked nearly all winter, und uro,
ut work now. They picked und shoveled
iu tho boxes ulong the river, und all they
uro mnking is one dollar or day each.
Thoycarn it this weather. All will bo
able to go to work on or aliout March 1st,
should this weather hold out.
Free Leoluro To-Night.
Prof. Morris will locturo this owning
at tho Opera Houso. His subject will Im
"Tho discovery, history, and practical
uso of Phrenology, iu the education of tho
young: in the choice of businoss part
ners; in tno selection oi ncip; in mo
treatment for the prevention or cure of
insanity; and in the management of
criminals. This lecture will he amply
illustrated, thoroughly scientific and very
amusing. At tho close of tho locturo, tho
professor, who is nn exicrt pnysiogno
mlst.'Wlll read tho faces and heads by
sight of six ladles and gentlemen selected
by tho uudience, and explain tno scien
tific rules by which examinations by
sight ure made. Lecture to commence ut
7:30; udmission, Irco. rrivulo examina
tions from 1 to 0 p. in., Friday, at tho
A I'ropiiiltloii for 1'arJt Improvement.
Mr W n Kldlclii.r. willi liln iimiiil
public spiiitcdness, hns originated u plan
to furnish the people of Pendleton with u
little innocent amusement tho comin,;
summer, and ut tho sumo time toKssibly
assist in doveloping tho nrojMjHed park
grounds, no says wiui u uio council win
fence tho ground ho will put up a baud
stand, nnd otherwise improve tho place,
un nn in tiiiilrd It flpcmit. und will I'ivn 11
series of concerts, perliaps Sunday aflor-
noons or evenings, aim tne proceeds, uuer
paying actual expenses, may bo devoted
to a further dovolopinont of tho grounds.
It will do no harm to try tho plan. Tho
grounds ought to bo fenced anyway, und
n littlo beginning made this your toward
tmiiriivniiiniit nnd under llin arrange-
ment the concerts would no doubt Ihj lib
Tim fir live or u Volunteer.
Kroin tiio Columbia Chronicle,
li'-I,!..,, r.f I nut wnnlf wlillo W. 1. Me.
Glothlin was hauling dirt from tho bank
at the iuteisectiou of Main und Fourth
streets, in Duyfon, ho discovered tho
skeleton of a human Iwing lietwoon three
and four feet Iwlow tho surface There
iimu ,in ulii nf oitlinr Imy or IiiihWi'I. 1 ill L
stakes wore found ut each end of tho
gruvo. tfulto u crowd soon collected, mm
manv speculations wero rifo us to tho
nationality of tho deceased. Somo
thought tho bones wero thofo oi an In
dian, others of u Chiuuinun, und un ex
cited individual with u reminiscent cast
of mind, insisted that they wero ull thut
remained ou earth of one of tho Oregon
iiAlimtnnru U'lin Worn Willi I (lilt. tO (!hlistizt)
tho Indians for tho Whitmuu mussucre
Sumner Howard, formerly spoukor to
tho Michigan House of Representatives
und now u lawyer in un Arizouu town
with u fine practice, accepted ufow shares
iu an undivided mine lust fall us a re
tainer in a murder cuso. A fow duys ago
ho was offered $35,000 for tho stock, but
declined to part with it.
Ft. C. LANCTItY
Hereby announces lilniBeir a cumlldute for
Of District No. 18, at the ensuing election,
A. E. DART
Hereby announces himself as a candidate for
Of district No. 16, at the ensuing election,
NEW GOODS ARRIVING
Is now complete, und of tho latest styles.
Spring Suits and Overcoats
All nt bottom prices for everybody.
OO MEN'S JEAN SUITS, AT S4.00 A FULL SUIT.
OO BOYS' JEAN SUITS, AT 93.00 A FULL SUIT; ACE
I O to (7 YEARS.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
Fifty different styles to select from, nnd nt prices thnt will
Gents' Furnishing Goods !
A stock full nnd complete.
NOVELTIES CONSTANTLY ARRIVING.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Of these wo carry a lnrgc stock, nnd will sell them at fully ton
per cont. less than tiny exclusive shoo store in tho town.
One hundred pairs Ladies' Black Serge Cloth Slippers, at 50 cents a
pair, sizes from 3 to 7.
DRY GOODS AND FANCY GOODS
Our stock is always full. Just received-
Silk Plushes, in all shades, at $1.00 per yard.
Striped Plushes, at $1.00 per yard.
Satins, in all shades, at 60 cents per yard.
Five hundred pieces Embroidery, all widths,
and prices to suit the times.
Flouncings, Spanish Laces, Linen Laces, Val
enciennes and Guipure Laces, in all widths.
Wo also carry a nice lino of
Trunks, Valises, and Traveling Bags,
And a full line of
Which wo sell at tho lowest notch.
"The People's Warehouse."
FALCK COHEN, Proprlotora.
The One-Price Cash Store.
PENDLETON, - - - -' ORECON
The times demand good Goods nt Bottom Prices. An exam
ination of our Prices and Goods will bo suilicient to satisfy any
ono that they can saye money by buying
Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Hats,
Furnishing Goods, Groceries,
Etc, Etc., at the
Wright & Son,
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