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lvliltinl who. minim uio ",
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.uprllicrmtiid nnmlnlo tno oinco ror niu-
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... it iniilti mt iinnf.iiiit for tltninaolx'rtft.
fromi wim rornlvn roinmUslon for tliclr
. ...Ill A I - - t t . I i- Hnln 4?AM
KAilurcffoninn i uu. io
N. K. Fruzcr of Alba Ih in town.
For mcalri uo to tho Masonic rirtni'r-
Prof. Motrin in lecturing In nulla
Gcorim IXirvciiu visited Walla Wnlla
111 1 nun v
TwcMitv-ono lots wero Bold lust week
. . . .1 i f till! 1.. -.1 if
li. JJ, rmnifl, 01 .union, i luuming
Ill lit I 1 V lIL'L'ni
TI10 Star Ro-.taurunt is tho "boss
. ! 1 . .1 1 .
Undo Tom Nvo und Arlhtir Dillon, of
II. Rn-nott luiH boon urantcd a patent
Tn Milton. Rprtt R ih,1V Wild L1cct5(l
1 1. 1 1 r tl..ll ..I I.
TI10 Eaglo HiivH Nathan I'lorco, of Mil-
ItolMtrL Hand, tho well-known and pop-
. I ' 1 it
Mir iiiiii'iii'r. imn 1111 tiiitvttinviitvttv huuvi
Tho 0. H. N. Company will pay
matiiia county, on Aionuuy nuxv,
) nr fnr 1RH7.
Ulrth Beck, who wttB taken bo mitldcnly
1 hint nven nz Willi uram lover, ih muvu
Tim liniir of holllitllt tllO OVCIlilllt I0f
fi. n. niLlinrdrion ban an ndvertlHO
. ...... .1 !
1. iiiiiiiTi nun xu iiiii v tiv'v w
Tim Ikw'u Military company iKwtiwned
if lii rnfiii r 1111111111'''. wiiiuii nun iu ialiii
lnHt ovuiiini'. until next Tucmlay ovcninir.
iVmhilnKH Mr. John Gaaon'H now lirick
hotel will ihj hcatt'il by Plcam tnroiiKiiotit.
Mr. Gagon Ih wico and enterpriHin at all
M. A. M. Italov went to Centervlllc
yesterday lnornlnj? to attend tho ImxIhIiIo
of her mother, Mro. Townsund, who Ih
I). D. Earn eaino down from A eston
thiH mornln to deliver a Hallet & DavlH
piano to Frank Urown at his homo, north'
A timmtnnnt clllzon of 'WeHton. wllO
was in town vcHteniay, cavH inoro in very
iiti ii.Httiuiriiir uimiimmiT nil. in iniir.
ltov. W. K. Fotwino went to WeHton
thin mornlns to hold ncrvlco to-morrow at
that plaro. Ho will return iu liino to
conduct thoovenlnK wirvico horo.
Kallroad Commii'rlonor Siator was in
town yesterday, and paid this olllco a
ploasant visit. Mr. Slater apic.rs to lw
iialo and activo, and his interest in pub
lic affairs is unabated.
Col. W. II. Tarpons, of Washlnitton. I).
C, Hpccial Indian asont, an ived in Ten
dlcton last cvenin;:, and will lomain till
to-morrow. Ho will return afior awhllo
as ono of tho commissioners to appraise
tho reservation lands.
Tho citizens down on tho flat lxslow
the dopot claim thalthero aro alot of dojts
there which catch chickens, and n ro
iwrtor was tempted to credit tho story
when ho saw a woman take a shot at a
dog from tho back door yesterday.
A gentleman down from Milton pays
they use strong argument for division up
there, that U, thoy say tho mileage to
ami fmm court is oatin: them ui. This
sounds strango when Miltonites aro tho
only ones who recelvo long-distanco
Halrd's minstrels arrived on a special
train alwut noon yesterday andgavo a
lino concert in front of tho court houia u
short time afterwards. Thoy aro allfln9
soloists and tho compliments they re
ceived wore well deserved. At tho Opera
houso last night thoy gave pon'oct satis
faction. Centarville Homo Tress: Tho recerva
tion waipin road to Tendleton should lx,
if not already, made tlio jiennancnt road,
for when the land is surveyed and sold it
will increase tho distance one-third, and
if Tendleton knows what is to her inter
est sho had better help us in this matter
of making this the permanent road.
Sam McComas, who started in pursuit
of his daughter and young Trino last
Monday, has returned by mail with Mrs.
Trino, and tho young husband will re
turn soon with tho horses. Mr, McComas
telegraphed from a point on Snake river
to have tho young folks arrested at Low
iston, but tho reply "too late" camo back
Tho sldowalk in front of Coon Sing's
wash hotibo on Maiu street is off its
foundation, and swuvs up and down
ovary tiino any ono stop on it. It lias
also been noticed that it very bud stench
cotiics from under tho sidewalk at this
John McGarry is tho namo of tho man
who xclls irrcccrics cheat). Ho is known
tho wido country ovor. Ho can always
lw found at his storo on tho comer of
Main and Wobn Streets, wlicro he would
like to sco till liis friends.
A. M. Starr leaves Sunday for his now
homo at Mount Tnlxjr, near l'ottlaud.
Mr. Starr has a well stocked fruit farm
near that place, mid will conllno his at
tcutlon totlio uusluc3U ot iruit raising.
Homo Tress: Tally ono for tho daily
East Ohicoomian this wesk. It comes
wifh later telegrnphlc nows than any
in tlio stato, rortianu urcgontau not ex
Tho Umatilla Ileal Estato & Loan
Association to-day sold niuo lots in block
80 to Tat Kino for $1,000, and ntno IoIh
near tho reservoir to V. it. wauo lor fo-iu.
Tho services In all tho churches aro
held at tho following hours: Morning
servico at ll.o'clock and ovenlug sorvlco
ni 7 msicau 01 as ncrcioioro.
Walla AValla Journal: Mrs. James
Wlipnlun nnil fninllv will ulinrtlv rnniovu
to Tendleton, whoro thoy will mako
tholr ftituro Homo.
ft. T..HfnnAi u'iiuIii nnntnrvllln TnoRflnv.
whoro his mother Is milts sick, at tho
resldonco of ucr dauglitor, Mrs uardun.
Tilton's "best nlcklo char" sells rut)
idly. (Jet them at tho Star liakcry,
F-cd Komncr is bavin? a cellar dun
under ms bor nan on Alain street.
Mrs. Mollnda Jones, of Weston, is in
TUB HI8TKI18' BOIIOOL.
Vlult to l'lramnt unit Well-lteulntcd
i vnwiKutj uiiiirtui i.uuAiaji lujjiiut,
in company with a prominent attorney of
Tendleton, paid a visit to tho St. Joseph
academy, and spent it very pleasant hour
ingoing ovor tno exceedingly won ap
pointed building. Wo wore first con
ducted into a largo class-room whoro all
In. nrtltnlnnl l.l... t of it. I llit. I lI.,t.
afturnoou boing tlio day on which fancy
work is taught, uud found them all en
gaged with dilfcrcnt kinds of ornamental
Htllflilii'f. l'cautiful tlowcro and other
dCHlgni were growing in a utarvolous
v,ny, to a man, on fablo scarfs, jilllow
shams, mats, pin cushions, etc., and all,
oven the smallest, scorned quito at homo
in tho art. On our entrauco and depart
ure all tho scholars roso to their feet in a
(pilot manner. Next wo woro shown up
stairs wnero 1110 music room, studio and
chapel aro situated. Hero wcro shown
a few luintingH and drawings by tho
scholars, a crayon drawing by Miss
Louisa Johnson Ixilng especially worthy
of praiso. On this door is also situated
tho inllrmary and bathrooms. Tho chapel
is a beautiful place, tho Sisters having
spared no pains in uccorating it. un
each sldo of tho altar stand two statues,
ono of tho Virgin Mary with tho infant
Saviour iu her arms, and tho other St.
Joioph, both of which wcro placed thoro
recently. Wlmo on this lloor a priest's
vestment was shown which has fust been
completed by tho Sisters, and on which
they wcro occupied six weeks. Tho do-sl-ju,
un orl.'rfnal ono, dnwn by the
teacher of painting, is very beautiful.
Next wo wcro shown up to tho last floor,
which is occupied by two dormitories and
a trunk room. In ovory part of tho
building Iteautiful artlcloi of fancy work,
wax (lowers and paintings an) to bo
seen. In tho parlor on a little stand Is a
glatri caus under which, in a small basket,
is a boucpiot of wax Howe's, which aro
suicrb. Around this aro grouped dishes
containing ice cream, wluo, beer, and
lemonade, all of wax. but m natural in
apcaranco that ono could luirdly be
lle vo them otiicrwlBO.
There uro now thirty-two scholars in
attendance of which fourteen aro loard-
ors. 'J here navo neon rovoral improve
moutri in ado iu tho huildlug sinco tho
present order took chargo.
To tlio Editor of the Kaat Oreonlan.
Timt Kock, On., March 8, 1888.
To tlio three examples that appeared in
our columns ubout a month ago, I And
the following answers :
1. l'-',:i58 foot fed ovor by tho horso.
Tho two parallel lines of tho trapo-
roid uro 80 und 63J$ feot. Tho base Ih
3. Tho amount cut away by tho augur
is 18 feet.
In tho first examine tho iwtiroi loft.
after taking away tho half circle, are
bounded by straight linos, segmout:i of
circles, and involutes. Thuir contents
are found to any degree of accuracy re
quired, by employing arcs of circles.
Tlio second oxamplo is solved with but
llttlo ditliculty, by means of algebra.
I no third oxampio is tlio iw.hjo u oi tno
three. . YoU have but to bear in mind
that ilgurcrt of thiH sliajHi aro equal to
two-thirds of their circumscril)cU Hnuares.
Tlio solutioilB of theuo examples with tho
necossjtry diagrams aro too long ior your
columns, but I shall bo pleaded to bond
my method of solving to anyone inter
ested. Fiikd. S. Waunkb.
A. W. Nye Declines Too.
To the Kdltornt the Eut Oreonln.
Junii-eu, On., Marcli 8, 1638.
In vour ibsuo of tho 24th. I notico
mv namo montioncd as a iundidat3 for
two or three positions on tho Democratic
ticket. I don't know how thiH would
look to ontsldca but to mo it would gecm
that I was very hungry for office. I wish
tostat that I am not a candidato for
Representative, under any circumstance? ;
neither am I a candidate for Sho-ifT, ox
cept tho nomination should como just
my way. I don't propose to manipulate
or set up any primaries Iu my own inter
est; I stand "pat" on tho old Democratic
principles: Let the olllco hunt tho man,
and knowing, as I do, that that plank is
rotted out and entirely gone from the
political platform of to-day, I therefore
authorize you to say that I am not a can
didate. A. W. Nvu.
Our Oorrriponilent'a Vnnecniry Trepi
dation After Dark Motet.
Kromour Hcgiila Coneinondent.
Toiitlanu, On., March 0, 1888.
"Is this tho proprlotor7"
"It's tho manager; what is It?"
It's a call in behalf of tho East Oiik
(Ionian. 1 promised in nletterto ."
"What kind of a letter was It?" Yes,
horo it is: (reading) "I will call on you
soon, and send you this letter in ad
vance, to avoid an embarrassing explan
ation, and that you may' bo waiinkd in
TIM It TO UKKENI) VOLKSKLK."
This conversation took placo yesterday
botween tho manager of a well known
hardware und farming implement houso
in this city and myself. I had written
this houso about tho Eait Oiikuonian.
uud us usual my native humor cropiKMl
out iu it. That part ulwut being warned
iu liino was ingeniously worked in so us
to put tho recipient iu good humor. It
was exacted that any idltiUoii to that
passage in tho letter would provoke un
outburst of Hide-splitting laughter. So,
when I called und presented my card,
you boo I was all prepared for a warm re
ception; but tho moment tho man, who
v.'iu) wrUing at his desk, thundered: "It's
tho manager : what is it 7" without tak
ing his eyej from his work, I folt a largo
sized chill creep steadily up my back,
und before tho manager had talked two
minutes after reading tlio humorous Hues,
I thought that was tho chilliest placo 1
ovor got into.
"What id h 1 havo I fear to from you
that I need warning?" he Went on.
"Hog your pardon, ."
"I don't owo you n d n cont."
"fill tint fifniM rif vnllf -1 niilvir "
'"Twas only intended for a little pleas-
imtrv. sir! limln't thn HliirlitiKt Inlntillon
of oiroudlng you."
l munaged to got tneso words in by
hard work, while tho manager howled at
me, getting up and sitting down very of
ten, and exhibiting other sigits of excite
ment ihat was frightful in its iutonslty.
I had fully mado up my mind t'j burn-
to tho telegraph olllco and who you my
rcHlgnation If 1 c.icapcd from this placo
with my lllo. 1 thought to paw throuuu
another ordeal like thin would bo
moro than my fitiil body could stand, and
that to hazard other IntarvlowH with
strangers to whom I had written my
funny letter would bo cxtronielv lisky.
to say the least. Again this torriLlo man
"Do you roprcHont tho Lact Oiik-
oonian? I know that paper. It's too
good u paper to need any such introduc
tion, vruui'u your nuci f fon't maKo
any ouch "cracks" as that at mo nsaln."
If I had had tho courazo to look tho
man in tlio eyo In tho beginning, I would
have escaped tlio novco shock my uorv
ous systoni had undcrgono, for I now
caught a gllinpfo of his loft optic, and I
sawn twinKio in ic tuai was reassurimr.
and O, what a relief. Ho had been"stuff-
ing" mo all tlio time, licit better right
awuy. rresontly a customer camo In,
and tho manager said to him: "Don't
pay tho blightc.it attention to that, it's
only un advertisement solicitor;" thon
nundimr me a u u ad said: "ics. I'll
glvo you Homo business if your rates aro
reasonable. Figure up liest rates on this
and call auain:" and then ho lauuhed
heartily, und I retired, highly delighted
to think tho denouement hud been such a
Aim 14 d HPOSCH oi wnut i tnouuiit
won iroltnr to bo one ulariug oxcontion to
tno ruiu oi treatment l nuvu received at
tho hands of business men iu this city
Ihoy aro courteous, kind, obliirinc. rocI
ablo, congenial and obliging.
reopio ot i-aHicrn urcuon win und it
to their nrolit to cultlvutu tho iienimlnt-
unco oi rornanii ious; you may rest as
Hurcu tuoy win meet you nan way.
LuHt night I wont to the Now lVrk to
witness tho performance of Dion lioiici
cault'H great cyclorama of Iondon,
"After Dark." by tho Webster-Hrady
company, this is a very delightful
drama witn lust enouitii Human to mako
it sparklo, scntimont to mako it im-
: i i . i. :i i t i I. i... .
tKUUIlVU, UU llllllllll), iu I1IUS.U iv iiuurwH
ng. Tho plot of the placo is good, tho
acting above tho uverago und the scenes
tho most realistic over shown in Tflrtland.
n entirely new uud remurkablo feature
of this play is tho river of real water on
tho stage. IloutH aro shown gliding
smootly over its surfaco; swans and
kooso HwimmhiK ubout. etc. Durini! tho
Fccond act a woman is hurled bodily into
tno water aim a man piunges in noau
first and rescuos her, both uilurwards ap
loaring bjforo tho cuttain utrcamlng
wot. liio uiKiontrounu raiiroaa tunnel
uud locomotive bcciio iH UHtonlshlnulv
real, and tho sudden transform at ion of a
gambling don into salvation army head
quartern when invaded by police is vety
laugiiubic. iiioho who lovo tnoatiicaiH
should see this play by all meaiis.
Weuther has boon cold tho last fow
nluhts. Water piiwa woro frozan iu ov-
II ( f .1 1ITIII . . A 1 11. f 1 i A.
iracuoi uio wiuame.io uriouo ntrcoi
ltuilwuv Company of Eust l'ortland is
laid (o the draw. Tills road will soon bu
Tho Wcstarn Union Tolograph Company
havo increased their opsrators to 10. Bo
foro tho advent of tho to-,tal thoy em
ployed 14, sliow ing conclusively that bus
tnori iu that Hue is increasing rapidly, as
tho postal havo their wires all well
manned, wd crowded with business all
John T. Irish, who Is coining horo to
elocuto" in behalf of" Cleveland, will
have to work his Huli-maxillury at a lively
rate if ho succeeds in convincing a ma
jority of Oregon votors that frep trade In
woof and protection in woolens is thoir
only salvation, says H. W. Scott.
A Orute to be Organized.
Pursuant to a call by Mr. W. A. Sample
of Helix, Grange Deputy for Eastern Or
egon, a numlier of prominent farmers met
yesterday in tho court houso and mado
preiarations to effect an organization of a
subordinate grange for Umatilla county.
Mr. Bamplo was cnoscn to represent
Umatilla county at tho meeting of the
State Gran'.'o. which will bo held in Sa
lem on tho fourth Tuesday in May. The
resolutions adopted will bo published
Tho Golden Rule is tho place to stop.
Meals 25 conte; beds 25 cents.
Howmam Housk. II. E. Smith, East
Torlland; Wilson I). Coylo. Walla Walla;
Mrs. W. E. Elirbart, country; J. E.
lleam,l). I). Earp.C. A. McGrcw,Vntou;
T. J. Kirk, Centervlllo; J. E. Taylor,
Arlington; L. .M. Tarrott, California;
Albsrt Harrington. Tho Dalles; James
Teters, Umatilla; Joseph Anthony. Tilot
Hock; Marvin Kean, Umatilla, Frank
Lusher, J. M. Sau.iderH, Dan Smith,
Umatilla; E. V. Kellctt, Springlicld,
iAIo.; E. D. Eurlck, Tilot ltock; F.
Springer and family, l'ortland ; C. II.
Stone, J. M. Brock, J. II. Greer, Tojieka,
ViM.Aiib House. G. A. lianihart,
Wild Horse: Charloy Hill, Wild Horso;
0. J. Schenck, Hurllngton ; Avtlur Clem
ent, St. liouls; William Parsons, Wash
higton, D. C. G. A. Mclntiro, Clty:C. J.
Miller, Chicago; J. L. Smith. Walla
Walla; Mrs J. M. Wllllck, Portland; F.
M. Kagy, Tortland; J. 1). Biles, 0. It. &
N.S W. W. llonnoy, Tho Dalles; N. B.
Harris, Ii Grand ; I. Jowett, Canvou
City; Geo. Wihuet, Tlttsburg.
GoiiDUK Bulk. W. D. Jackson, Cold
Spiing: B. E. Bcdwcll, Centervlllo; J.
B. Davis and son, Junior; W. M. Novel,
Foster; J. K. Brown and fainllv, Milton;
A. L. Cook. T. J. Coleman, city: J. L.
Springs und family. Juniper; C. II. Cato,
B. II. Cadwell, II. AI. lining, Vin
son; F. Webor, W. AI. Brown, Echo;
John Alexander, Wide World ;W. Selvey,
Torlland; E. AI. Beck, It. II, MeKlroy,
country; G. W. Johnson, Tortland: W.
J.Brown, Butter Creek; Geo. Hoborts,
iiciix; .loiiu iiogun, ucntomiio; fcam
Mcciy, j. M. uorneiiua, Junqior.
How Are the Ml(flity Fallen?
From I he Cork ( Ireland) ICajlo.
"Onco the luudlo-d was tho owner of a
landed oitatc ; now ho is merely a pun
nor iu un agricultural fl'in. with no con
trol or volco In Us munnvomont." So
snoko a Mr. Calilon.-otio of tho deputa
tion of Irish landlords In Lord Sallsburv
on Friday last, tho lid. Inst. It would bo
hard to hit upon a mora apt cnllomo of
tlio p-o".3nt position oi the landlords than
this. It is candid; it is clear; it is un
mlbtakably true. In a word, it is tlio
whole statu of tho question iu a nutshell.
For the landlords it is a confowlou of do-
feat; a melancholy tj'ininatlon of their
onco great power iu tlio land. Unco thoy
were owners ; now thoy are only vlccpini!
partners in tho "agricultural firm."
They uro not too anxious to retain tho.
for them, anomalous kjh1(Ioii ; they are
rather desirous, as a spcukor said
at tho landlord's convention, held in Dub
lin last summer, to run tiioirslnkiugbark
to Homo safe harbor of rofuiru to save tho
cargo, To fctivo tho vcusc-l thoy save no
llor8. Tho majority of them probably
uuver thought that muttars would come
to this pass that their power in tno laud
woilld havo vanished almost entirely
away. Thoy who once wero alt imjior
Iortant; who controlled parliamentary
representation, grand jiiries, town coun
cilors nnd boards of guardians; who hold
the fortunes und tho very lives of their
tenants in their hands; who. in fact, jhjh
sewed tho patronage for all imiKXtant
PostH in thu country, f'om tho highest In
Dublin castlo down to tho workhouse
schoolmaster. And with thoir power
moro than u third of their not rental is
taken from them bv tho very government
whoso sway over Ireland tho landlords
havo been tno main proiw in maintaining.
What wondor Is it that thoy n-o dispirited
and downhearted to tno very vorgo oi do
COURT HOUSE BLOCK
Notico Ii hereby tlvcn, that pursuant to
mi nnicr imiiuii inn oi mi inuiuy iiunoi
llinutlllu cocnlv, Orccon. duly made and
iinterrii on the iSth ilnv of Krbruarr. lSMH.alil
UmiitllU County will lull to the liivlieal and
bent blddum. und In nucli lulu and nurrnlv iw
inuy bo ilofimoil moHt iKtvanliiKOoUK, lt vol
unble reul cNlnto In llm town ot rendletou,
In nald county, rommouly known hi Couit
iloime block, kltuidvd botween Mnln, Court
uud AllnntrerlN, In llielieiirtof Ihe biulnru
portion of mild town, mid coiitalnliu; eluh-
H'en (is) im ironuni; on jiuin, uouri una
Cntlnnwood elrrem. Honied nronomiU tor
ilio piircliusouf mid proTly, r of nny por
tion tlicmif, vrl'l bo rvcvlveu by the under
xllinu.l, llm Ooiiuly Clerk or nuld couuly, nt
nuy niuo pnor to liino o-ciock in iiiu (ore
noon or Tliumilay,
Tim 10th day or April, A. II. 1MHN,
Ami ull T)inii.obiMliig will be required
to inukn imviiienU iiiimnunt lo aunh .rnlrd
bldn prior to iu o'clock Iu the forenoon of
Kld day. At mid but lueulloiuil hour all
lot und purtaof loin not tlien t-olil will ba
otlurrd for Huln ill l'ublla Aurll'm.lli purccli
to milt blddcrv, und us may appear mom ud-
vuuikkwuii iu .inn i.i,uri.
Tile county Iiiim it tei klninlo evtato In mild
pniiicrty, ami will vxecuto proper deed of
coiiviiyaiivn lo piirGhiuore id the llmuof tide.
l ne iireiiito prieu inuti no pain nne-linlf in
C'lUh unon llii- dav of Hle. ami thu rmnuln.
derouor before Oclobvr IV, IbM, piirchantTH
to ulvo their note, for thu mm it Willi pr
noiiiiI m urlty Ui be nppiuved by the ourt.
The proceed of Hule nro lo be puld Into (ho
uoiiniy jreuiiiry. nun ei apart for Hie pur
pose uf creeling a uew Court Hound und Jnll
iir mmu uiiuiiv, iir wiiieii .iif.if.o ihiu
rourthancrealiduiiuu'ruiid known ik llm
(;mrt lloune mid Jail Fund. Tiiu County
rcwervea the rluhtlo reject nuv and nil bliU,
jy oriicror iiiu uouniy conn.
U.il. II A HTM AN.
frl fcb2l if County Clerk.
Proprietor of the
Main street, i Opponlto Court Homo.
Klne brandi of Wine, lAauorn and Clsara
conatantly on fiand.
LAO Kit It IS EH OK UKACOHT.
UluckiMllti atul Viu:(Mi.WJker,
Alta and Garden itreeli, t'endleton.
IllRrVmnllli work of all klndM In the beat
pomlblo manner, nnd on reaaounble termv.
AUTlCnLAH ATTKNTIONTO MOUSE BUOKINO,
rropnetor oi mo
Main Street, oppoalte Court Home Square.
in lliompoij' now unca.
The beat Wlnc. Mquors and Clean. Ele
ant lunchea aerved to patrona. dl8
iMbmalth d Waff epalrer,
UoraeiboelUK- a Specialty.'
Corner Webb and Aura8treii, Pendleton
The Star Bakery Leads !
Our Customers' Interests are Our Own, and We
Give More for the Money than any
other Dealer in the Country.
Wo would most rcscctfully Inform you that wo aro now prepared to show you a
Complete Stock of Goods in Our Line,
And will cell them as low or lower than can lo bought nt any placo In this part of tlio
A CASH REBATE CARD!
Is furnished lo each customer, which you should bring whenever you como
to buy goods, und tho amount of your purchase will be punched out
of it; and when you havo tun chased Flf toon Dollars
Worth of Goods for Cash, you can select from
goods in our store to tho value of
Wo havo in stock a full lino of tho
GOODS; TICKLES, in Iwtllcs, kegs and bands; TEAS AND COFFEES, of
tho licst quality; MACKEREL, in cans and kegs; DIM HI) Fit U ITS, and Teas
TABLE LUXURIES A SPECIALTY!
It is worth your timo to call and Inspect o.ir lino of TOBACCOS, as wo carry a
DOZEN DIFFERENT BRANDS. '
For breakfast, wo would adviso you to try our
Acknowledged to lie a delicacy tho country over. Then, again, there aro other artl
tides which you may need, such as
Cove Cheese, Epicurean Trout, Or
anges and Lemons.
And it might Ihj well for you to know that wo
Bake Fresh. Bread ICvery HDay,
Made of flour from Itoth tho Tendleton Roller Mills nnd tho Farmers'
Ciihtom .Mills, of which we sell
Twenty-Eight Loaves For One Dollar.
Now is tho timo for gardening, and tho gentle housewifo und thrifty husbandman go
forth to sow, that he uud she may reap ; if you wish good
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS,
Grown in tho Northwest, lie sure uud mako your purchases of uu.
And licsldcs nil these articles mentioned, our lino of
CONFECTIONERY IS COMPLETE
From tlio Sunny South is brought tho
Genuine New Orleans Molasses I
And licsldcs, wo havo always on hand tho lxnt EASTERN SYRUPS.
LET THERE BE LIGHT!
Wore aliout tho first words spoken, and thoy aro important words, as night
fall approaches. If you want a light Unit won't hurt tho eyes, buy
Tlio Best Candle: on the Market.
Whether you want COFFEE ground or unground, wo can furnMi you, uh wo havo
A MILL OF OUR OWN,
And we don't charge a cent for grinding it for you. If it suits your pleasure, uud
you wish to buy
EG6S AND VEGETABLES, OR OTHER FARM PRODUCE,
Wo can supply you.
Ah wo havo our own wagon for tho dollvory of goods, It is no lothcr or trouble for us to
Supply Customers Promptly..
And now, kind sirs and gontlo mistresses, wo wish to Hay to you that when Von Want
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ail tiling ill iiiu VatlwlKni line,
You Can Save Money!
By purchasing mipplies. for tho household, camp, or ranch, from
W. C. TILTON, Proprietor,
COURT STREET, -
.A. ZFL, 3Ft "El 3D !
celebrated LUPK BKAND OF CANNED