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MONDAY, APKIL i, 1888.
...i itr..iFfiiiliii UrnticliOHlco.
h ttnbllfi leu Mi i nniiiiiu
hrfully rentier mum "J '"
' mould go to tlio Musonle rcatuur-
. ...it..,..,,! iirlitLm ut rortlatul is run-
icr Parinontier has reoticncii nis m-
finrihoroiiL'h renovation nnd repair.
brief Turner, of Prlnovlllo, ut one
i resident ol reniiieion, was in town
I Whltaker paid hnndsomoly for hit
Lw.h11ii!hIu with which he extracts
Hays wuh imulo the happy lather
t B nound uhl last night, lima tho
w ork goes on.
bums Nnst nnd Mr. Pyko, of tho
oticra company, ro 10 uunu
er In Is Angeles.
, f.iiitiiu uin cif Dr. Prilett foil
i at homo on Sunday and knocked
no of his front teeth.
i n r U'lillnlrnr ivlnic(H Iff III ultll.
iial'n to itatlcnt by using hit now
BicHla, Ullico over iity tmig ciore.
Melon Lodge, A. F. and A. M,. will
Mils evening, visiting women uro
xl to attentl. T. J. .million, . m.
I It Unllliiir tiiitvnd tlill ivpnlr for
kiniii on a visit to relatives and
is, lie wan IK) uuhoiii uuom u
i-im nur cent. discount for tho next
i davH on all cash purehatos of
ug of over flvo dollari, at tho Chi-
the next eight dayH tho Chicago
Mil given (llscount 01 10 percent.
cash purchases ol clothing ol over
Maemahon and Dan Holland
. . . .1 l.t .1
ill utioru i nu leconier uiiHiuuriuiiK
(tied ten dollarri npleco for being
ge Scully, a young man who had
It broken by tho bridge breaking
in January, left for hisliniuo In
pis on .Sunday's train.
ennher, If you aro already n sub
of thu Dailv Kant Oiikoonian.
lidiavo a Hccond copy uno year by
or fi.OO, or by earner uor liiicon
-Hctweon Pendleton ond Center-
cnveloiK) containing a muml.cr
. Flutter will pKMwo icavo ni
a. where u sultaldo troward will
lor thoir return.
. . ... .i ..f
) Morris win arrive on ino iruiu
rlland to-n hdit. and will preach
orvlces In tlio Kpisoopal church
dw (Tuesday) evening. A tiara
(presented for confirmation.
Ifihorldan, a delegate from Koso-
s attackcu ty Homo.iorm oi neart
ithlH morningat the Wllartl house.
i resuseltutetl w:n opnsiiiorahio
r, but Ih now all right again.
kl old residents claim that Itnlw
built tho county jail, instead ol
klv. an Btatcd in a recent Issuo of
ht Oitiiuo.s'iAN. and that it cost
asteail of f-100, us stated by Mr.
i Tho lull wum built in 1870. Un-
II v this year tho :ircsont county
piiso buildings, including tho jail,
bold or torn down, ami iianuHomo
illdingt bo erected 'for county pur-
the I)ntticritjy tlnthorlnu.
i proportion of tho delegates to
t'ratio hiaio.'Onvei.uon to meet
-morrow, arrlvetl last nmni.
liose from tlio ICast wero nearly
snrestrntatiouH from Union. al
itor, Grant and .Muiheur conn
ke. Klamath ami Cnwk aro also
resented, with but two proxies.
Wasco, ami Uilliam will mostly
light. Among tlio arrivals last
re u .numlwr of delegates from
Finn, riue, Douglas.- and Mult
Others will arrive to-night.
the prominent and widely
on hero aro Kx-Senator J. k.
J. M. Gearin of 1'orUand. W.
andJ. K. Weatherford of Linn,
rreueo unit tal. Ilytlu ot Uaker,
ally will i)robably l chtwen
'"ililo candidates for Congress
Gearin. Weatherford, Hilyeu,
iia, with cluincos in favor per-
reathorford. if ho w ill accept it.
kouiiuatlonH cannot yot Ik) pre-
ivention will meet to-morrow at
in tho Opera House.
rill Chungs III Mind.
I tho stronger! In town to-day
I to remark that rontiicton was
rtlono. If this observing gentle-
remain hero a week or ho, tlio
will wager that ho will change
1. liko a wise man should,
at Instead of Uh being over-
lit is "underdone," or words to
trentllotoirt best virtues aro
face but deep down, ami tltoro
En them, in ikku tno town
latlonof 700; in 1888 at least
in 181)0 here will bo S.OOO
Flouts of tho town, and TentHo
rant County Nominee!.
ountv Democrats havo noml-
' following ticket : lteprcsenta-
; .Morrison, ot urewsy; snenit,
zuewooti; clerk, James .Maul ;
r. J, Cozad; commlssionerH,
nvis and T. A. McKinnon;
A. Cresan: school suiierin
D. Daly jsuiroyor, G. Knislov ;
H. Dustin. Delegates to the
lention aro M. B. Hellman,
(Gowan, E. P. Lovojoy, J, F.
WIM.IAM lttiHt KILLKt).
The M'fll Known Htocklinni B'nlibeil by
Fiedcrlelt Nolili', One of II In IteiilTii.
Messrs. Alex. Waugh and Karl Clark
arrived In town this morning from Pilot
Hock, biingini tho startling noun of the
killing of William Hoss, tho well-ftnown
stock man, by Frederick Noble, a sheep
herder in his employ. Tho deed was
committed yesterday, Sunday, about four
o'clock p. in. .in Spring Hollow about live
miles from Pilot Hock. Mr. Hoes went
out to the hollow where Noble was herd
ing a buiid of sheep ami was stubbed
Willi a butcher knife between tho fourth
and llfth ribs, tho olut of the knife en
tering tlio left side and leaching to tho
back bono. Ah soon as Noblo saw what
ho had tlono lie wont to Pilot Hock and
put himself In charge of tlio Justice of
tho Peace Sharon in whoso custody ho is
at this writing. Hoss remained on tho
Hiot where tho fatal stabbing oc
curred about un hour before any
relief camo to him. Gilllam'H
sheep herder found him ami
helped him down the hill to u little sta
ble where Hoss had left his horses tietl.
All of this timo ho was losing blood anil
steadily growing weaker. About six
o'clock, tho iiowh having reached Pilot
Hock through Noblo, help camo and tho
wounded man was taken to town, whoro
ho died ulwut ono o'clock this morning.
Ho talked considerable before his death,
and fretpiently said that Noblo had lied
to him and struck him with a club. No
blo says Hoss attacked him with a club,
and ho acknowledges ho did tho stabbing,
but in self-defense. Coroner McKay has
len notllled, anil will go to Pilot Hock
this afternoon and hold un Impicst. At
tho inquest further and more accurate
particulars will bo doveloicd, which tho
Kast Okkoonian will print to-morrow.
Mr. Hoss had for tho Past year showed
signs of Insanity, ami has frequently
drawn knives and pistols on his Hiippof-od
enemies without provocation. It was the
prevailing opinion that he would bo killed
by some one whoso llfo lit) endangered.
Several leading citizens in Pendleton havo
been moro or less molested ami threatened
by Hoss. Ho was tried by tho County
court about a year ago and would havo
lieen adjudged Insane hail not the com
pl'.lnautH compromised tlio matter by
allowing Mr. Hoss to leave the State in
company with his wife for six months,
and siend tho time In traveling, in the
hopes of beuolltllng his fast-falling rea
son. Tho Journey was taken and noon
his return ho was found somewhat im
proved in health, but his oltl malady soon
again made itHapearance. Some months
sfiico hiH,wifo sued for n divorce, and at
tho last termor tho Morrow county court
tlio divorce "as grunlod. ami tho legal
separation of man anil wifo occurred, Mr.
Hoss deeding to Mrs. Hoss lL'OO acres of
laud and other proierty, and giving her
about $1,000 in niouoy.
Frederick Noblo, ulsnit ton yean ago,
was tried by tho circuit court of Umatilla
County on a charge of putting strychnine
in flour and theroby poisoning u family
who lived on tho Walla Walla river. Ho
was acquitted. During the trial ho was
incarcerated in the present county Jail.
Tho predictions of many people have
proved true, that William Hoss was in
sane ami w ould be killed by Homo ono be
fore many montliH. Doubtless tho let
placo for any crazy person is in tho in
sano asylum and If his friondu had tlono
their duty bis llfo would havo boon saved
and Noblo would not have lccn troubled.
The Knrnmpment l'rlnmry.
Kncami'mknt, March III, 1888.
At a called mooting of tho HopubllcniiH
of Encampment precinct, John Morrison
was chosen chairman, and P. G. Strick
Tho following resolution wero offered
by tho secretary and unanimously
HcHolvcd. 1. That it is tho deslro of
tho Hepublican voters of this precinct
that our delegate representing us ut tho
county convention lo untrummeled by
a. That wo hr.vo contldenco In tho In
tegrity of our party when in tho handset
!!. That wo wish our delegates, whon
voting for candidates to fill tho varioim
eountv olllces, to voto lor men wnoso jwi
itical," moral, social, and financial charac
ters are aliovo reproach ami condemna
tion. 4. That wo detest iwlllical lioggary and
olllce hunting, and recommend that our
delegate uco his best efforts to K'cufo tho
nomination of men from tho ranks of our
voting und enorgotle citizens, whoso lives
have not lieen spent seeking olllces. A
now broom hucops clean. J.et us have It.
That a person to bo an eligible voter
tor voters to tno l oumy Vyonvcninm io
bo holtl at Pendleton, April 4th, shall lw
n citlzon of thu United States, and shall
havo voted for n Hepublican Congress
man in tho Stato whoro ho resided at tho
lust Congressional election.
On motion Georuo Smith and K. F.
Wilbur wero placed in nomination for
Geo. Smith received 12 votes, ami E.
F. Wilbur 0 votes, and on motion of E. F.
Wilbur Geo. Smith was declared duly
elected. P. O. Sthicki.and,
Don't ItecoBiilie It ltultiifc.
Last year, Matlock Hrothon urn! their
hontes wero ruled off of tho tracks of tho
country by an unjust ruling of tho Wost
Side Drivini: Park of Chlcuuo. It apiiean
that tho West Side Driving Park is in
poor repute with iirst-dasH racini' ussocl
ations of tho country, as Matlock Hrothon
aro In receipt of several letters of which
tho following Is a sample:
Coney Islano Jockky Cmjii,
New York, Murch '.'0, 1888.
Gentlemen : In reply to your favor of
February 4th, 1 wish to stato that tho
Coney Island Jockov Club do not regard
tho ruling of tho West Sido Driving Park
of Chicago. Yours, resjiectfully,
J. G. k. Lawkknce,
Among tlio nowspajier fraternity who
aro delegates to tho convention uro M. L.
Piles of the Bonton Leader, Campbell
of tho Eugene Guartl, Frank Ilowen of
tho Haker City Democrat, E. O. Norton
of tho Salem Videtto, ami D. W. Aldridgo
of tho Prinevillo News. Wo acknowledge
pleasant fraternal calls from Messrs.
Ilowen and Aldridgo.
A DKAU CHINAMAN.
Clilni Jim filiot ami Killed by Antone
From the Orntit County News.
' Lust Saturday a homicide was enacted
a short distance from John haycock's
ranch, on tlio John Day river, resulting
'in tlio instant deatli of a Chinaman, by
tho namo of Jim, who was at the tlmo en-
i gaged in hording sheep for David huco.
He was killed by Antone Mount, a native
of Portugal, who was herding his own
Miccp near the scene, tho crime, wo un
derstand, being the outgrowth of a quar
rel about the sheep range.
I Jim was shot in the stomach with it
I rille, the ball passing through his body
'and lodging in the spine i ami the suppo
sition is that death was instantaneous,
and that tho Chinaman did not see the
IHjrson who Ihod tho shot, us ho was
walking up a hill, wlillo his assailant
was at tho top, Just over the brow of the
After tho tragedy, Moura cumo to town
and gave himself up to the sheriff, and
upon a preliminary examination, was
held to answer for the crime of, murder in
tho first degree. His partner was pluccd
under $'260 bonds to apcar as a witness.
A jury wuh empunnolcd on Monday,
Win. Miller nctlng coroner, ondu vordlct
rendered to the elfect that deceased camo
to his death on March IMth, from tho
cflccta of a gunshot wound Inflicted by
Prof. F. K. Hepburn, tcachor of In
Htrutucutal niusle and volco culture, wil
arrive here about tho middle of April and
will commenco giving musical instruc
tion on the llrst of May. Prof. F. K.
Hepburn is a graduate of tho Vienna
Conservatory. ban thirteen yean
experience In his profession, and
has occupied tho position of Mu
sical Director and Chorus Master
of tho most prominent opera companies,
singing stHiuties and church choirs in
San Francisco. Tlio ptofessor will tnako
this city his future homo, and hoes by
skill and diligence in hm profession to
merit tho liberal patronage of our
people. Tho citizens of Pendleton ought
to congratulate themselves by being for
tunato enough to secure the valuable In
struction of Professor Hepburn, and em
brace tho opportunity to rentier him u
hearty supiort hi this enterprise.
Ono of tlio !OMt, or porhaiw tho very
best, Index to the business of a town, fs
the postolllco receipts. Tho tlscal year in
tho postolllco depattmeut lieglns April 1
unit ends March .'11 of each Hiicceeding
year. Tlio receipts of tho Pendleton
jwHtotHco for tho last tlnce yean wero to
Murch !ll, 188(1, $:i,8J0; Murch til, 1887,
$4,0::0; March III, 18S8, ,J,0."1. Tho last
year hIiowh un Increase of over fifty jer
cent over tho previous year. Tho money
order roiwrt for tho last quarter shows Ol'O
money orders and xMal notes issuod.
amounting to $0,1)00.81 ; 380 orders and
notes paid, ami cash remitted to tho de
partment at Washington, $0,005.03. Tho
work of tho olllce has increased in oh
great a proportion as the business, nearly
all of tho mall for Umatilla and Morrow
counties, and tho mall via the Short l.lno.l
(or nulla Walla, being liunulou ut tho
Howxan Housh. J. W. King, Mexico,
Mo. : Frank Gcorgo, M. O. Meyrelles, D.
I AiLuns, Walk Wullat h. H.Heeder, J.
1). Thorp, Adanrnj T. J. Tharp, A. 11.
Holdey, 11. F. Manslield, Centerville; E.
Bruin, Wulla Walla; C. II. Whittle,
Mcaehuni; S. S. Sclilmabargor, Yuirruw,
Intl.; W. Hose, t'lty; w. .M. Kenning
Jno. HJedlon, J. A. Forester, kumela, J.
II. Colfman, C. M. I'ulirnuin, .Mis. honou
und family, Alice Hummuck, D. Merrick
(i. S. Soungman, City, M. J. Uoode,
Sidney Storio, II. WIllIaniH, O. H. A '.;
James Ashworth, W. It. Hell. Wcrton;
Mrs. Tryman and child; Jtliu Italian
and fain ily, Hocky liar; E. 1 loujdilon
Hillsdale; II. II. Bennett and wife, Poll
laud; G. W. Churchill, Huttlo K. iCook
ViLLAiin IIodhi:. J. I.. Spcrry, East
Portland; C. W. lllruion, Tonnesseo; H.
Beckwilli, Portland; J. B. Keenoy, G.
MeGowau, City; J. H, Dunn, B. O,
Hichardson, J. W. Kennedy ami wifo,
W. W.Travillun, Baker City; Thornton
Williams, Canyon City; J. S. McGlnnls,
Baker Olty; Hank Delanil, Huntington;
1 Senders, Albany; T. J. Black, Hal
soy; Alex. Smith, Ilillsboro; W. G.
Nesmlth, Derry; Juines K Kort
chom, Unkvillo; C. H. Burkhart, Al
bany; M. T. Walters, Ijikovlow;
C. A. Cogswell, Ijikoview; N. Davis,
Salem; I). II. Partner, Dayton; J. K,
WeatlierXord, Albany; I. N. Campbell,
Eugene City; P. H. D'Arcy; C. II. Dal
ston, I inn Co. ; W. L. Bradshuw, C. C.
Ferguson, Lafayette; John Buedwell,
Aunty: 8. Hamilton, Hosomirg; h. Bil
you, Eugeno: J. A. Jennings, Grants
Pass; C. 1). Sitton; D. Savago, Salem
Kuox Huston, Ed. H. Whlto, PrlnoviUo;
J. T. Bowditch, Ashland; E. O. Norton,
W. II. Ilerren, Salem; W. II. S. Hydo,
Murshfield; 1). W. Aldridgo, Prinoviiln;
C. Spores; J. G. Bart well, Minn. : N. Q.
Brown, Dallas; J. M. Staats, Airllo; Jua.
A. MeCormick James K. Kelly, Portland ;
John F. Miller; Henry Klipjcl, Jackson
ville; A. S. Shirr, Portland; Charles
Fermau, East Portland ; Joromo Gralnl,
Portland; Dan. H. .Murphy; D. W. Sears,
Dallas; Geo. W. Belt, Saloin.
Gouien H01.1:. Hiruiu Grlflln.country ;
Genova Allen, Louisa Chavett, Birch
Creek; I. S. Harris, Baker City; II.
Westlake, Portland; J. A. .Miller, Wes
ton; C. E. Jennings, Country; Iowis
Neatly, Jervals ; D. .Mufford, B. Badger,
Dcspaln Gulch; J. Johnson, Huntington;
Sam Carpenter, Adams; G. W, Hull,
WOltSK AN II MOUE UK IT.
Strike After Strike A t'oiiiiileto Tlc-nit on
the C. M. A ft. P. A Mtlieinlti "trngcle 1
Following Is a summary of Sat unlay 'h
dlstiatchos : About L'OO employes of tho C.
I M. it St. P. l-oatl quit work at Chicago.
Later engineers, iiiemen, iinueinen, una
a number of conductors quit woik. The i
siilko inciuiies employees ot an amnions,
both height and passenger, centering in
Chicago. At a meeting held Kililay night,
at which fully 700 SI. Paul ctnplojoa at
tended, a mo'tlon wUh nmdo to lie tij tlio
road and was carried without udlssenllng
Vote, Thu strike wuh not declared by
any organization or brotherhood, at least
not formally. The men say that it was an
entirely Individual action on their part.
Burlington & (juincy railroad Is deter
mined to cull upon tho Fort Way no,
Lako Shore, Hock Island, Illinois Cen
tral, und perhaps the Alton, forasslstanco
hi raising the freight blockade in its
yards. Tills, it claims, It has a right to
do under the interstate commerce law,
and tlio roads called upon aro liable for
damages under this act if they refuse.
The l'ort Wayne und Lako Shore olilcials
announced that they will haul Bur
lington cars If called ution to do ho. The
Hock Island has already refused to tuko
Hides with the Burlington. What tho
other roads will do when called upon Is a
matter of conjecture, but it Is understood
that they will unite for mutual pro
tection nnd muko n dcsixmito light
to break down tho influence of tho
Brotherhood and Switchmen's Union.
Tlio moment the engineers, firoinon and
switchmen of other roads are asked to
assist in moving VQ" freight they will
strike Thus the chances aro favorable
for a ucnorul mil-road tie-up on lines
converging at Chicago.
Brotherhood switchmen and brukcinon
on all the roads aro now working harmo
niously ami thoy appear as determined to
win us thu railroad companies.
Chairman Ilogo of tho griovance com
mittee of the Burlington road, virtually
admitted this morning that the engineers,
llremen and Hwitchmon of three and per
haps four other rends would go out some
tlmo to-duy tlniH precipitating one of
tho irrcatest strlkeH over known in Chi-
enco. Tho roads marked for tho strike.
are tlio Alton, Fort W ayne, Panhandle,
Hock Island and the Santa 1'e.
The strike Iuim spread to the Fort
Wayno road. Tho Pennsylvania road
has ho far avoided a Htriko by refusing to
haul "W" can. Switchmen havo quit
work at Burlington. Strike after strike
followed each other In nipltl succession In
Chicago. Tho St. Paul road is completely
At a p in. tho Fort Wayne olllelals or
dered a Hwitchlng crow to tuko a "(i"
train from a siding at Sixteenth street
nnd nluei) It on tho Fort Wavno t nicks.
Tho men promptly refused, and ran thoir
engine in. 1110 news spreati, una in a
fow minutes all tho crews in the yard
quit onglnccrs, dromon and switchmen.
Aloug tho lino of tho St. Paul. road
freight business was paralyzed, nnd
passenger tralllc almost HUttpcnlcd...,An
soon uh in-bound passenger 'trulim
reached tho depot und wore unloaded, tho
engineers bucked them out to Western
avenuo und abandoned them.
lttyiur, dunes a w).,
Agency; J. E. Hussell, i). .Myers, iNorin
Dcspaln; Tom Smith, G.Galloway, John
Colame, J. Scott, City; B. M. Vial, J.
Vial, G. Byeland, Minnesota; C. H.
nnmtt. J. C. Cochrane. F. E. Fronnith,
Deuver; L. J. Gurkln, F. h. Turner,
Adams; Win. Powell, O. H. Pratt, Wes
ton; H. TipiKitt, Butter Creek; A. A.
Millor, E. if. Kochor," Portland ; E. O.
Hichardson, T. John, Malheur; S. A.
Swanger ami Son. Weston; Henry John
son, F. Nodin, Union; Thomaa Young,
Echo; J. J. Turner, C. M. Jameson,
Union: A. Ilottel, Baker City; D.
Canton, Centcrvillo; T. Kelly, F. F.
Brown, Henry Howo, Portland; Joo
Brenner, W. D. Lewis, Echo; J. M.
Tho Easter Horvicca ut tho Episcopal
Church yesterday wero unusually bright
and Interesting, and woro largely attend
ed. Tho early Horvico ot (1:30 a. m. found
tho church well filled with worshiped
and at each of tho other services tho
church was crowded. Tho llowera, tho
moht f which came fiom Portland, filled
the air with fraiminco. Iho m iic wuh
full, bright and hearty, ami with thu help
of the new organ waa wen humuiuiki.
Iho oilerlngH wero larger i.n
any previous hastor, amounting lu i.n '
und giving evidence of incioa i i.
Interest; thu rosjionscs wero hn...
throughout the congregation, lu all of
which there wus great reason to fo 1 en
couraged. Taken all In ull it wii1 it Joy
ous day, which will not wt'ii be f ngotten
by those who participated in ilsprivilcges.
Dologates to thu Hopublleun conven
tion, liesido those from IVntlleton, whoso
names woro published Saturday, as fur uh
hoard from aro us followH :
Adams J. M. Ferguson, Win. Baker,
Lyman WatreiiH, Henry Kirby.
SjAlta J. M. Hemphill, John Luhn,
Joseph Anthony, A. .Miller, J. W. Jor
dan. CnnlnrvlllnT. .1. KIrfc. A. B. Hohlov.
K. H. vViittimiiuii. A. ShicV.
Echo. W. H. Staly, II. M. Cox, und
Encauiiimont. Geo. Smith.
Foster. H. L. Marstruj.
Ilollr. U. SliniiKiiii. iuid M. Ponland
.Iimiiuir. .1. Prniitv.
Milton. J. II. McCoy, F. Hull, 8.
Sweeney, O. It. Ballou.
Umatilla. J. II. Kunrio.
ITt.lm. V A S.. .11,1,.
Weston. C. MeMorria, AV. M. Steen,
1 oakum. J, b. vinso,n.
Klaus Sprecklea Haya hn has licon of
fered $700,000 to oiien Ida sugar rellnory
I.KK To the wife of Frank Ies on HuntlHy
morning, April l, I'M, n nine pouiiti ooy,
Klruvfd or fctotrn from Tom Tlcrney from
a piikture neur Wnllu Wallu, heven lieuil of
livery lumen drxorlbeil n fdllnwul 'two
bluck linrKen, 'iich weluhluK about JOUI
luiiinilH; one bluck, MM pountla; one sorrel,
IWXi iMiuniU: oun thin uinl buckvlcln, it tiny
inure a nil brown liorx", nil brniiiletl T on
left glioultlrr. The innlerxluned will piiy
reward of $10 ltr head for Inforiiiiitlon Icuil
Ine to their rewivery. Atldrosn:
frl mch!!4 Im dw Vulla Wal'u, W. T.
tm Korall klmlM or i.koai.j
.Mlinir I Dec'l", MortKaKCi, etc J
ITIUIlL I umlulhorniNforClrciill.l
U'robxle. Coitnty nnl Juitleen1 (Tourl.orl
fforlloolc antlJob I'rlntlne, llookblntllnK.I
lilnlf Uooki, or anytblnw' in Iho prlntiiiui
ir Ijiow Olndlnln.
Rdrei.a KAST OIUidONIAN I
II'IJU. u), renaieuin.ure.i
sample upon apnliruuon.
The Leaders in
Have added a large and coni)loto lino of
TOILET SETS, ETC.,
WHICH THEY ARE OKFHRINQ AT LOW PItlCICS.
AT LESS THAN ONE-HALF THE VOKMER PRICES
TWO AND FOUR-POINT STEEL
in mo priniiiiui
Iron, Steel, Coal, Lime and
ADAMS' AND WESTLAKE'S QUEEN AND PULLMAN
TAYLOR, JONES & Co.,
Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon.