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ol ladies' (iu."ri nairi uiui iiiumiing. v
, .I.J. W'oi coster keens tlio latest
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T. Stanlon Ih ulllleled with the Iilp
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MI Ttirnnr Kmi.. Inlt mi I Ilia iimi'li-
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ir.uu lor i nion una muter uiiv. uu
11. IIutlH, of l'ylo Canyon, Union
iv. mum Html iiim i.iriii ill inj m iit.i ill
l.unt week tlio (1. A. II. nion, who nro
taking onto of .1. H. i.onoii, I mil Dm.
Keeler, of Wullu Walla, and Dr. Vincent,
of l'ontllolon. iniiku an examination of
his cao. Tlioy seemed to think his
chances of netting well voiy slim, and
lwoinmended tli.it ho ho taken to tlio
hospital ut Walla Walla, which advico
will Hoon ho acted upon.
Thoiu will ho service.! in tho Methodist
church every evening dining tho present
week at 7:!K) o'clock. Hov. Dr Strong
will return nlmiit tho middle of tho week
to hold service.
Tho west-hound ttaln left Huntington
to-day thieo and one-half hours late, and
will arrivo here almut 11 o clock.
Mil. lini.COM tl'S visit'.
The t). It. A N. Mhiiiiaiii- 'I Coiifitrilctliui MfUiliemiirtlii OiniiilyOntinl fomiiilttrr.
Huiirrllitrmlriil. Vlult I'pmllnliin. Ilini Tho following is tlio fllll text of tho
IMtAUOl.ll TO 1H.AT11.
0. N. Whlttuker now uses it
Hr4 f jr ostrueliiiir tooth wllliout any
to tho patient.
k has hejttin on tho foundation
of Jlu'lock Sargent's luick build
lie elected on r.luiii m cel.
.loiiii l ean says hu Ih piophet
uli to predict that tlio Heptibllcan
y Is going to got mere" mis yea.'.
IIU'll lillVITit ITil.'tl ll llll iMolllltlllll
Mill will commeucu operation for tho
.1 4 41. - . .I I II.. 1 4 .1.
Ill HlllllIL 11111 1I11UIII11 111 lll!Jt.L 1111,111 111
lies it Vinson's murhlo shops latulv
i i.. ii .ii . nr .ii.. i :.
iuii in nulla iiiiiiu, iiiu iigiiiu i,uii
leiuiy lor iMihiiiori ut loo huuio hiuiui.
o Yoan I.dto: Chrii.t!tm Temio.
lTninn will hold a huhine h meoiinir
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ii vi ii iiif in 1 1 iti .iiii'Pirtii inntii (iiiiivii
niauKion am very Avnuuv, una suv
i i ii. .i :.i ...in i
r IIIIIKIl 11IH 1IU11UI IIUIU. ill . I LIIUIJUIll
no im ico ox raiuo hi uio tuiainuuu
... I.. 1..... 1 . .-IT. . 1 . ... 7 . . . .... I .. 4 rii
ii' ih iiiu . i i.iriiii'N iiitiiiit inn v vi.iiii
two-yeaiHildrt irJ in I'oiilaiKl, ono-
ii.hh 1 llllll ii vn.ir ll'.ll.
inlionn .lntwl. nf 1'llut Icnrl.'. iLiIvnr
uudor 'ow To-tlav" for H.do bov-
np;iim of oxcellout work ho.nori and
hundred head of ntock Iioikoh.
V. Cuslck, of Albany, has old his
4t l. ll . Ill I . ...
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and J. I.. UulHton, for t;8( JiH).
nlm I:iimij liwiu ii tilii lit I tfMilitrvflln
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mi i iiiiiiiviiiii iT'in t'xiiiiu. iin iiiniKH
in ., i. d i ,
L. IMilllins. a f.muor. llvinu' la Ju-
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u en in u o j nn nor renuuerv on
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IIIU rltl 1 Ul III I III KIIIVII lUlk VJ I T
ill .Ukiiii I nil. Kiiuiinii I iviiriiiAm
Wuikto will have chariM of tho
nonius rm iim inirixiuceii minor on
rosorvauon, uiui no wum neiow io no
rilL'll 11V li till -II) IJUTilfll. 11TIIII1V
ii.i..4i.-.r. i . i ".
IIIMI n II H ill irHlllII IM1I1IIMI1 Tlllllllt fllll
ni. iiiiii iiri'imiimiiiiHi Air. mm in
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rant County Isowh: John HolKjrtwm.
HH lltltWTI VIU llllir VWII II lTilltlIilla
1 t- I ll. . t 1 '
A . 1 1 ffl . 1 t . . l nnn
IM Hlni lllirill!!. 1 llll IIMM 1U 11 IUI1I
il . I . .1 I .41
ttireo wusoiih humtay, to com-
luilroad fiom Conlorvillo to Kureka
lit. v1n Wiilln Wnlln.
4iiu M' r Ul i uiiiiiu.iiiiiiiiin mil, iiuiiL
I'ortluiui last Wednetslay night conwflt-
oi .urn. i, i iizueniui. hi, unci .Aim.
nan ll'iriiti tiittl . timnu ,i linn ivarn oil
mum Mill i mi ii n.'iiiv miirnin' mirvn:ii
mo iviHrW'oimicmnvn during turn uceu,
nri iwiii iviL'aiiLi iiiiii tniiftinffii iiimt inn
MIKQ UllltZ W'lXH (U.HCovoretlto 1)0 on
ciUKiav mortniiL' ut i o'clock, and a
ijiu iiuiiiii Hun riinir mi 11111 imiii. i nil
'inu iiul ill ii h riHiurn hi inn iiinrHiiJv
ii in ;ii ii in iiiiii -iui Mif'omu imr ir tt'i a
iIiH ollio Mutlook returned from
I tl I I rt rvl Ihn l.itn In in..tn 1.-. ...I. 11.
iil ill iiiiii irnr y i in 111 imi-iuiir
Mr, Felix Mitchell has accented tho
n.itn.f f r4.1.ll ! l lll
inn nnuinofta Kill iiii'irn tlmn n
-.v r.nSuJ4' V ltlU ft Uilt
was editor and manager of tho Weston
Nut Mcl.wln, of llitt.ick, (lllllnni Count-,
Mri'ln ii Hail ami Hmlilrn Ilmith.
l'ltim llin l-'onall Journal.
hunt Thurnday ut llayntack a youni.'
man named Nut. .MoKwiii mot IiIh death
under most dlHtreHHinu clreiuiiftanceH.
IIo had been plotting during tho day and
lu the ovonhiL' after unhitching bin team
he was brliiKin them back to tho barn.
One of the horncs in noted as being tlio
meamjttt bruto in the neighborhood, and
MoKuln was walking alongHido tho teum
leading them by tho roio which wuh at
tached to tho bi idle and wuh twinlcd
round bin wiiHt. Wlillo piiHsing tho corral
tho bruto took fright at hoiiio poets tliut
wero resting in an upright portion clone
by. and tiilM annoyeil Meliwin, who
jerked tho alilmal pretty roughly, causing
the Iioiho to Hturt forward with u midilen
movement, which of uoiuko pulled 31c
l'.wln oir IiIm foot aad daubed him vio
lently to the giouud fracturing IiIm neck
and idioulder. Tho bono then ran
clone on a bundled yards, dragging the
tlccciiHcd after him and kicking lilm (Ioh
eralelv in tho head and faco, which was
ovinced bv tho battered condition of .Mo
I'.hIii'm featttre.s. After careering over
tho ground for Homo liiuo, the infuriated
homi made for a gulch and would have
jumped across it but for a bush which de
tained tho ropo and tho unfortunate man,
and at nnco Htoiuicd tho 1 mi-no. Kninn
now I ulJhbor who witnuHhcd tho melancholy
occurrence Immediately camo on the
Kcouo and cut tho ropo. iUcKuin wuh
imito dead, and his faco was horribly mu
tilated, tho features being unrecognizable.
Ills clothing was torn oil' his body in
nhrt'ds. Tlio neighbors immediately cur
lied him to tho hotiFo. They wisely de
clined to allow his aged mother to hco the
ccrpco. owing to tho battered condition It
IMtOl'ONKIt lIONi:i:u HOCIKTV.
Col, I'o rii' Ledum not Dctlvorril on Ac
count of Ida Hnmll niinibor III Aticml
Several pioneom met at tho Opera
IIouko Satuitlay evening to listen to an
address by Col. N. l'ord, hut owing to tho
Hiualluess of tho audience, on account of
tho meeting not being generally known,
tho lecture was po.,tionel. Ool. Foul
stated tho object of tlio lecture, and by
request Mr. A. I). SUll.mm rord tho by
laws and lu.xj't of tho llrtit meeting of tlio
'rionee;' A .iLxiiallon of Walla Walla."
It was thu gonond wish of tho meeting
that at some duto in tho near futuie Col.
1'ord would locttuo on tho immlaratlon of
181!),to lw followed by Cant. Wm. Jlaitln,
I).. .ileKuy. and others, pioneers of that
date, at which time a iiloneer us.oelatlou
will lx) onaiilzod, WI10.H) prime object
will lio to ((ather from those who aro still
living a mora mimito history of tho
earliest Mittlemonts of tho great Inland
Kmpiro, uud dango.-s the early bcttleis
survived and pilvutlons they endured J
facts that if not toon collected will bo
lui't foi over, uhou tho last of tho old pi
oneom shall have passed away.
A HIIAMI.L1..HH WdM.lN,
Oun of Her rar.liuouik Hlulilii'il hy liar ).i
Vcsierday aftarnoou a young man
lamed William I'ot, a saddler by oocii
p.vtiou, visited tho hoiu.u of Jtlt. iviild, a
diVropiitaiilo femalo living in the upper
iiart of town, who is in tho habit of allow
ing vi its from ull Milts of dlstvoluto male
characters, and ho and thu woman wote
not long afturhiirprUed in a compromising
situation by Kidd. wiio pioceeded to
avenge hN wrongs iy an attack upon l'ot
whh a Luiio, l'o.'t donated not on tho
ordorof his goln, but emerged ither
unceioiiioniotihly, not lakin tlmo tonom
jilote his d e.-sing until ho wits out of
harm s way. Ilo was wounded in the
left shoulder, and cut slightly in ouu or
two other places, but not torlously.
The Kidd woman has Iwonnotoi ions for
months for bur sh..mcful conduct, al
though sho has a haid-working luwbaml
uud several children. ,Sho is lost to all
sem.0 of shame, or legard for womanhood
or decency, and Kidd owes it to the
neighborhood, if not to himself, to oblige
her to change her habitation.
Thu Drnuiu, Muslu anil Medieval llyinna.
The peoplo of l'endloton aro to Iw fa
vored with tho entertainment of tho dis
tinguished actress and lecturer, Miss
Florenco Molinelli, at an early day. Kho
comes cndorK'd by tho press, the pulpit,
bur uud licnch bv scholars, teachers.
Bpeakers uud readers overywhoro. Uer
entertainment is of aliigh intellectual uud
moral order, and in ilhihtrution of her
subject Bomo of tbo strongost omotional
and tragio acting scenes in cliaractor
dress is given from llomcound Juliet,
.Macbeth, Fazio, or tho Italian wifo, and
To whom It may concern.
I wish to stato to tho nconlo of rondlo-
ton that tho rejiorts that Mcsdames
Camplsill A Wilson aro chvulating that
my milliaon uoods weio altachod ut tlm
depot, or uny other pliu o, la false in every
.Ins. .1. J. Woi
Tho Liba.-ty Hull Association will sell
at auction to tho highest bidder for cash
lot No. 4, Klock 7, in Pendleton, at the
court house door in l'endloton, Oregon, ut
2 o'clock p. m., Wednesday, March 28,
18S3. Ity order of stockholders.
Attest: Jno. A. Guycr, Secretary.
limit Itnnil via l.iiriitut I'l t DIiMHril
Tin. O. It. N. 1'ri-imrliiKliiIMi'iiit tlirlr
I.I nr. Tin- II ppiicr Itoul to I in Unlit
As stated Saturday Mr. W. II. Ilolcomb,
manager of the O. ft. & N. Co., and .Mr.
C. W. Johnson. siicihilendent of con
struction, weio In town Friday evening,
and went Saturday morning to Wullu
Walla, returning in the car attached to
the legutar t.ain, on Saturday evening.
Although .Mr. Ilolcomb, of course. Had
not very much to say as to the particular
purpose, if tiny, of his visit, It was inferred
that he wus inuklii'' a trip of general in-
ipilry as to the present operation of this
part of the Hue and what complaints, If
any, wre being made; and also to take a
close view of tlm ojierations being carried
on or nro ectetl bv .Mr. Hunt.
Mr. Ilolcomb said'thut some time since
ho had received oideis to extend at onco
thu O. U. & N. Co.'s line from Wullula to
Kstis, In Kureka Hat, and the work was
only awaiting completion of negotiations
as to ngnt-oi-way wnen .Mr. mini's pro
posal was made to tho Walla Walla jco
The length of Mr. Hunt's road between
al u u una nana walla via luireka rial
will Isj about 45 miles, about ilftcen of
which at least is through a non-producing
Tho 0. It. Si N. Company aro pioparing
to laiitii several extensions ami lirauciies
tins year. Ono of them will nrobablv bo
to the Sound from l'ortlauu. Another
tiii: in.iT.i:it no.in,
which is now assured, If tho rlaht-of-way
is seemed, and tho terms ahvadv irxrecd
niKin uro carried out by the' peoplo of
llennner and nlonir illowt'ieek.nsthoy
almost certainly ill bo. Theron Fell is
at tho head of thu bold and Important
movo, and he and thoru who aro woiking
with blni aio not the sort of men who
Mr. Ilolcomb especially inuuhed us to
whether any complaints weio lielna made.
uiui expressed a desiro to do what was
fair and right with the people of Eastern
Tlio Hast Oiiihiiinian representative
told him the people of Pendleton uud
I'mutilla county wero dlsised to bo
reasonable; complaints wero not hi loud
or numerous as they wero a year or two
ago; but soino further reductions of rules
Ix'foro very long were expected.
Mr. Ilolcomb seems to take u broader
and more liooral vluw in the Intoiest of
ids company us well as lt.s pations than
any olllclal the 0. It. A IN. Company have
yet had lu such u liosilion, and we hope
ho will visit us often, uud become well
acquainted with our icoplo, and their
needs and desires.
Bowman Housk. James Watson, Geo.
Purtl, O. It. & N. ; 0. 1). Koss, Canyon
City; Hansom Wells, Milton; J. F. Wil
liams, Walla Walla; A. F. Tulles, Tu
coina; F. II, Iockwood, O. Ii. Wilson,
Helix; Miss Harryman, Weston; S.
Sams, Milton; J. I.. Smith, Oregon City;
J. W. Jones, New York ; 1). Koss, city;
J. M. ForgtiM.n, H, Nelson, Adams; it.
Jones, Folio; Ueo. lt.ider, Long Creek;
W. 11. Helen, Alba; L. J. Sfatsr, Iai
urando: A. M. Daniels, Seattlo: Wm
Fills, Judge Yoakum Nollu ; l'hlls)t and
wile, l'ortlauu; (Jims. V. imc, liiuge;
Ueo. M. Froomo and family, lone;
Austin ISrown. city: J. F. Gibson.
.Muuehchunk, ra; ft. II. Hondershot,
Siiokano Falls; It. Taylor. Walla Wulla;
i . A. uuticr, ix!Wiston: IaI. haling, l.ou
VunU'iuklo, Weston; 1). 15. Armstrong,
uentorvlllo: J. . Ualbart. city: t it.
Mitchell, Portland; F. M. Itckett, Kcho;
Jonn hcliinltt. Lincoln, lol.
Vn.i.Aiii) Hoihi:. J. K. Haseltino and
r;ifo, O. VunTrott. Portland ; F. K. iMy,
Centerville; F. H. Adams, Vinson; W.
C. Starr, M. Muyer. J. H. Wylio, A.
Ackermau, J. P. Hiseuback, H. S. Hard-
ace. San l rancisco; A. Harlman, Chi
c.iito: 0. Limmian. Now York: I.. F,
Karncy, Pataha City ; 0. L. Schoolding,
W. K. Cnisfelder, M. 15. Stopp, Maker
City; J. W. Shclton, AlmonjA. llyrd,
Walla Walla; C. W. Olson, Foit Uussel;
.M. T. wooiiwaiil. uu on.
(Joi.D :s lti i.K. 1.. W. liarnos, Walla
Wullu: S. A. bviiuner. Yroka: Henry
Means Umatilla: A. Sullivan, Cold
Spring; Lou. VunWnclo, Weston;
Tumor Crago, Wild llorso; Joo llranner,
i . A. !.owis. ijciioi w. .McUoynoiiis,
Alba; John l.ewiKoii, Nolin; A. Pach,
Vinson; W. II. llrowning, city;M. S.
Flshbum, Masiiru Gulch; IJ. J.Torvcn,
country; A. .S. Haae.s, city; Tom Kelly,
Pilot ltock; M. Kobort-jon, Union ; John
Sniith,. Minnesota ;Kain. l'.ridlo Umatilla;
.1. Dillon, J. Jones, 3)okauo.
Echo, Ok.. Maich 25, 1888.
I hear tho name of ii. A. Marouls men
tioned for ussessor m tho ltepiibllcau
ticket. IIo is u uooil man. too.
It is reported thut a coujiloof ouryoung
icoplo uro to lie unitwl in tho holy Ixinds
oi muirnnony soon.
Frank Grant, jtho mail canlcr botweon
tills placo und lleppner, wan tailed to Lu
Uiaudo by u telegram stilting thut his
wifo was vory ill. Ho returned after a
week's sojourn und roortH her much bet
ter. John lientley.sheritTof this county ,wuh
uowu irom renuioiou urn iimrsuay.
John Murphy, of the Willumotto val
loy. is visiting rtlativca in this vicinity
aim tnat oi acioii.
It. N. Stanfleld for commissioner will
recoivo tho universul support of every
one in this vicinity. There is no doubt
but that lie will mako as good a financier
for tho county as ho bus lor himself.
Tlio ticket put forth by tlio Democratic
convention meots with uenerul favor, ex
cept in one particular, uud this is duo to
tho general feeling that this end of tho
county is entitled to ono ropresentutlve
in the legislature
As the KciHiblican cohorts lc''lii to
form in lino of battlo, I hear tho names
of W. S. Staloy, H. M. Cox, Jesse Moore,
G. W. Itobin&on, J. II. Koontz und IJ. A.
Murquis mentioned as delegates to .tho
ltepiibllcau convention. The delegates
from this end of the county will support
Houser for sheriff. I think thoy will de
mand u representative at the hands of
the convention. Fioo.
signed by four nieini-ois of tho committee,
namely, Kdlugtou, of Centerville, I lawn.
of Pendleton, anil
'solutions adopted as a plulfoim at tho
Democratic convention S.Uuiday. It was
uf Camas. Stanton,
Mo'iisun. uf Juniper.
"'lo tlu Kniatllla Democratic
"Wo, a majority of your eoniniltteo on
platform, icspeetfiilly ruixirt the fol
lowing as the platform of tho democracy
of t'nialllla county:
"1. Adhering to and endorsing tho tried
and true principles of Democracy as enun
ciated lu former national and Statu plat
forms of tlio paily, and in tlio .National
and Stato Dcmoctatic administrations
now in power, mo pledge tho Democracy
of Umatilla county tun coidial and zeal
ous support of those principles, and of
"2. Whereas, the precincts in Fastern
Umatilla county that have been agitating
the question of a division of said county,
have totally failed to agree upon a lino
for such division, and wlieieas, a number
of the precincts of which it Is pioposed to
form a now county have Instructed their
delegates to opiioso any division ; there
fore wo, a majority of your committee,
.respectfully report tho following resolu
tion 'and ask its adoption.
"Hesolved: That wo u-o opposed to
any division of Umatilla county at the
next session of the Legislature, and wo
approve und endorse thu action of Sena
tor Wilder lu the lust session of tho Leg
islature in opposing tho Lee county bill."
Mr. N. Ford, oi .Milton precinct, liuulo
a mlnoilty report, as follows:
"To tho Democratic convention of Uma
"Tho undeislgned, as a niembcrof your
committee on platform, hereby submits
thu following rcpoit :
"In relation to the question of the divi
sion of I'mutilla county, wo submit the
following resolution, and ask its adoption:
"ltosols-ed, that we are in favor of uu
equitable division of Umatilla county."
As slated Saturday, thu majoilty report
was adopted; uud the minority roisirt
tabled, without dlsciiHHl"ii. As tho vote
was by uyo't uud noes, it Is uncertain how
many voted fertile ininoilly report,, but
tbo number was soinuwhoi-o between four
and ten. Tho ret of the foty-llvo dele
gates voted for the majoilty leport.
Dr. G. W. King wi's nominated for
Connor, but, as will be seen by his card
published to-day, ho declines the nomi
nation. Tlio following central committee was
nomimit.'d, anil on motion the nomina
tions weio continued by u vote of the
Adams Charle.i IJolin.
Alta-T. J. Tweedy.
C.sma.s N. ltorkolov.
Cciitervillo W. J. Scott.
Cottonwood J. L. Stubbloficld.
Fcho N. Iverldgo.
Encampment W. II. Parrcnt.
Fosto-T. 0. Uonson.
Juniper A. J. Long.
Milton L. II. Plants.
Mountain J. T. Wisdom.
Nut tli Pendleton T. F. ltourko.
South Pendleton Thos. FltzGorald.
Umatilla It. F. Hedges.
union Jnnic.i Jones.
Vansyclo G. 15. Clarke.
Vinson W. T. Stanton.
Wciton 11. M. Powers.
WilloiV Springs Win. ltust.
Yoakum Dan. Yoakum.
Hut few of thu committee woro picrcnt,
and they are hereby requested to meet in
Pendleton on April lid, ut 1 o'clock i. m.,
for tho purtoso of electing a chairman
und secretary, and considering impoitant
Seventy-Eighth Annual Exhibit
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE
OK llAint'Oltl). UON.V.
Assets. January I,
C.v Ii mi liainl,ln linuk,
i' ml ciiNh i'cmi J cmi m
Cl. .1 III llllllHllfill IIIM
nnil in root no of
KcilIN nnil ncciiK'ti I ii
Kirext 31,317 03
Real inlnlu, uiit-liciun-
Ii") oil . IS3i,ilJim
Lohim on I'liinU mill
iniirtKiiueu lu' Ilon)...l,ll0j00 U)
Inuns on Colluteriti
dec n my
In Un 1 1 oil Htntra Uiiuls, rallroitit
Nlock uiui Niitlntiul Hunk Block'
Total Assets, --$5,288,603,97
(!ali oapltal . VAVfiOD 00
in'i'iiB iur ru iimiiruncu l'c . .1
ktitmliinl) l.ni.707 Ul
l-niiiry ihikuth' mil plu 3,1S0,TjJSI
"r1 ""ri'iin iivur umiiiui una uti
Net prcmliimi rccelveil Uiirlne tlio
,. yer. $i,45S,3lO 60
iuiiii iiiuoiiio rci'i'ivi'd uurinit uo
Increusulu ii8eu....... '12fi7 hi
Jjicrcune In net urrlu.. ., i(o,'.TJ V7
Innure In tlio oIU reliable Hartford,
Clopton & Jackson, Resident Agts.,
dw PENDLKTON, OIIKQON.
UTIUR TO Cltl.DlTOlW.
U Hiiyono has nn account axalntt llielate
nrin uinjiiiiiz nc iiamur il win m until iiiiinn.
iliuiely upon pret-enttitlnn lo tlm unilir
iiunl,il liUoltlceon Main kltoel, opiioalle
tpi poutottloH, I'eiidlelon.
iiii'iiuiuvNiv tin jw-ii-jl ll.f 1.1-4K,
Occupies n now uml commodious building in the contntl ptirt of
town, and is prepared to give the best accommodations at
the lowest rates.
to apply to Gratz,
But a special meal can bo provided whii-h will suit tl
and the purse of tho most fastidious and t!.e wealthiest.
you want u good bed for the night, don
whoso charge for a night's rest is only
Two Bits,, or 25 Cents.
You can rest assured you wi 1 Iup the nleop of the right
eous in one of Grata' beds, under the roof of (rat-' .Restaurant.
V. V. 7iI.7.wk, I'res.
C. H. J.ckho.v, Vice i'res.
J. II. It.M.uv, Uun. Mgr.
S. 1'. Sn mils, Treas.
1 II. ('i.tiiTitN. Secy.
Hi!! a Mi Estate k Loan taxation
Corner Main and Webb Streets, in E. 0
Land Filings, Land Contests, Conveyancing, and other Land Bnslness,
R. F. BEALE,
Marble and Stone
For dealcna nnil nrlci.'M coiikull .Trumi Vn.
line. Blaln btrert. I'didlutiin. KjIIimhIih
given on tono work fur bulldliign. tu3
Tliu Coinjiany lias a complete set of Land Abstract Books, and records
o( all mil road lauds lu tills section. 1O.ins money on town and country iroerty,
for u sliort or louir time. IIujh and sells leal estate in town or country. Negotiates
loans, buys notes, county seri, and other negotiable aor.
IN THE mm DEPARTMENT
Money Is taken on di)ii
certilleates aro issiietl knulnji nix i
nayalilu in casli on demand.
For further inforiiiatlou, eall on or address
aad annual iuturcst allowed. Tiuiu
uuntial iuteiest. 'I'luwu certilleates aro
UMATILLA REAL ESTATE & LOAN ASSOCIATION,
AVo are leceivinj;, almost daily,
Goods Direct from the Eastern Manufactories.
Our stock will lio now in design and eoniiileto In assortment, consisting of
PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS,
.SIDHHOAKDS, JIOOKOASI'.S, LAMl'H, AVILI.OW A.N'I) UAITAN CIIAIItH,
Whatnots, Brackets, Chairs, Springs, Mattresses, etc
Also it complete lino of
Carpets, oil cloths, linoleums, shades, portieres,
and upholsterers' goods.
GOODS 80LU ON KASY l'AY.MKN'T.S.
Forbes & Wheeler,
Association liulldiiiK, I'entlleton, Or.
Ij. H. SHOEMAKER
The J. I. Case Little Giant Walking Gang, Sulky
Gang aad Walking Plows.
Studebaker Wagons, Hacks and Buggies.