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PIHDAYAI'UIL 10, 1888.
Forrrjoiihin Hrniu'li Ofllco.
ttlllOO l)f UlO I'.AHT UllECIOWIA.f MIS
BluMlln l'orllnnd In the Aliiiiclfin
Fii, nwoiitt Moor, under tliu iiinn-
Homer ll iiiiiim i.. "
tnvo rcKlili'lin ' i n '"""ii"""
itorn Un-Koti KtMiornlly, t limtto
EMI win ii In rortmnu. no win
nncipr them liny ncrvlco in IiIh
je, of Centcrvillc, is In town
t go to tlio JltiHonlc restaur
III bo no concert at tho band
Ward, tetuneranco lecturers.
brining ah Walla
'oHtor'n now grocery will bo
ccnpiincy in about n wcck
i, Idaho, and Asotin, W. T.,
m lio connected iy telephone
ler in tlio Umatilla litis been
ju tiHiial tlio past week, but 1b
tiiKon Iiuh Kotno l!rHt-cla?H fur
Iiiih to rent at tho old postollloe
fei Court Mreet.
Irk, Mm. Starkweuthcr'H father,
ccn 111 for Fovural tnontliH pant,
ly growing u'orHO.
ruiiiliia river is beginning to
will noon bo utlcHtiJd by tho
i In tho Umatilla.
lneuiu of anatomy which was
lb tltno of Ihu State Convention,
fort 1 1 in urn wanes.
RYiMMiiror Ituloy's Ktatcinont
R tlicra are i!.'l,:i'.M.u4 worth of
FHcrlp against tho county.
rant tho bent cup of Java collco
Ineil in town, call at JClcliard
i counter, on Alain street. 4
In pi 'iit v of vegctullen, Hiich iw
Mice, rlmliarl) ami aHimramiH
kodiictlon, in tho inarketH now.
Knox, of Wcnton, advortineH for
iiiirln another column to-dav
Kh a valuable one, as the reward
fcri 10 HIlOW.
eelvcd at (no ijhIoII1co confee
Dro a choice lot of nine iinnlcs.
the t-easou : alno a frech lot of
tall to call and examine tho new
DuvIh vertical feed howIiil' inu-
fcru piircluiHiiig cli-owlicm. For
linn, liro.-i. iv Uo.
II. Haley, tho next State Fena-
patlllu and Union couutioH, Ih
lion county for a fow dayH, in
f liiri future constituent.
A ri,UNl!UINa HC1IKME.
l'cndlcton Tribune: Y T. Wright, of
Union, or V. J. Hnodgran.of La tlrando,
would liuvo been more natlsfactory to tho
Ieoplo hero, but other eouiiKclrt prevailed,
which may provo to bo tho wlHor.
Charlio 0. Carroll, the candv bov. i
brought thin olllco Nome NuccimcnM of bin : JIouho Iiuh been brought about Of set pur-
candy to-day. Ho cell cream tally, but-1 jwho by tho Hcpubliean minority. The
o mrcctu, ltoputineun piau w to empiy mo Treasury
Drnincrutii ulto.lnlnnd the lteputitlrann In
tlio Attempt to Dentate tho Treasury.
From tlio N. Y. llornU,
it is clear that tho deadlock in tho
If you aro already a mib
i Daily Kaht Oiikounian.
IVo a necond copy ono year by
16.00, or by carrier for fifteen
1 lt.1..11 1..,., .llll.l
R jJilMiiili jia-r luiiui'M liui iiiiijii
can accommodate a few more
fe She doetf her own cooking and
Ed vou of tho mcalH vour own
Bed to cook.
team of work horfCH, nearly
M harness and hccoiuI hand
jualo. Iniiuiro of M.ll.JohtiHon,
B and 1 o clock and aftor 0 i.
sirntrect, ono block riouth of tho
ildcnco of .lumen Tonoy, aliout
s Iwlow Halter City, was den
y firo Monday morning. Tlio
destroyed incHtimntcd at $L',000;
ii tho State Iumirauco Co., of
iiDnw, rondloton'H young artist,
lnihhed a beautiful picture of a
tlio I'matilla iiIkivo Milcecha.
ino fnimo arrived from I'ort
erday for it. This l a picture
li going to 800.
on the Weston Hour mill Iiuh
d, and noon Weston will bo
Bot instead of import her btead
io mill will nut bo constructed
I Kite, but on tlio MoMorrls ad
tr the railroad.
Misnor, of Portland, will go to
ilia In tho morning witliT.tlI.
trotter, .loo Koonoy, to train
ho coming races. Mr. Misncr
I that it was a pity that tho Pen
ick had lioon sold.
I. J. AVinlleld has nold part of
of confections and tobaccos to
A, Walkor, who will oH3U up, as
in invoice is made, in tho build
vacated by Harris, tho tailor.
infield will run an ice-cream par-
r presont stand.
i Huif Tho headings of tho Cas
uiel will meet alwut April i.'()th,
4uuncl will be completed anil in
order by .May '.'Olh. Nelson
takos tho cako in tho tunnel
business. Oh for ono summer of
lagymont of tho ('amnio Locks
i$lX),oaOthat has been wasted,
ler to Mr. J, I). McCully ptatos
i authorities of Wallowa county
esteil three men, Mipposed to lie
ed in tho wholesale murder of
en on Snake rlvor, about forty
nth of I.ew iston, a fow weeks ago.
Kuicrsaro Carl Hughes, W. M.
n and Maynard. They aro
Cams, a waiter in tho Star res
was blacking a stovo this morn
i n preparation that had boon
itll lKnzIiin. ThniK Iwlni' n flrn
love tho brush took lire, and in
ug t o blow it out a table cloth
plted without his knowiedco.
K'amman came to tho rcfeiio with
I water and ntopiod tho spreading
p-morrow evoning, in the rooniB
kecupied by Mima l!roa. & Co.,
1 Fortea & Wheeler's, an ico
festival will t)o given by tho Y. W.
ino members oi tins organ!-
ro vigorously working to start a
brary and reading room, a worthy
lund tho proceeds of this festival
applied for that punxwo, no do
t to help it along, by being pres-
( uwufjiHy jour iriuuu.i wini you.
tcr-bcotch and hoarliotind on tlio
all of which ato very nice.
J. K. Kirklatid, J. K. Itlchio. and L. 1).
Plants, came down from Milton last eve
ning. Mr. Plants returned this morning,
but Mr. Kiikliind imd Mr. Itlchio re
mained over until to-morrow.
Colfax expects to havo a creamery and
pork-packing establishments soon, hither
of these enterprises would pay hero.
There will lio a match game of bafo
ball Saturday afternoon in tho vicinity of
St. Joboph's academy.
II. C. ltchm, a prominent fanner of
Helix, started on a visit to Hamburg,
Geo. W. Heading is sojourning at Hawn
& Guyer'H saw mill in tho mountains.
Soveral Pendleton young men aro tak
ing lessons in music on the piano.
Seo Stanlleld A Goro'H ndvertisment in
this paper. Give tlioin a trial.
Johnson & Diack aro fixing up Ilaycr
& Silsbeo'H candy store.
J. M. Watson is on tho Rick list.
Uowman Housi:. I Hood, L
City: I'' J Now ton, Now York:
McKay: LIS Springer, Washington,
iy:Jjl' hpringer, Washington. J)
n. i if n. .ii A.f.K.. 'ri......,.u a.,, I,.....,
Helena: H W Kenny, Horseman and
wife, Pilot Hock; Stovo Walker, Milton;
II S Wood, Tenn; U K Craig, Neb; J !'
Graham, La Grande; J Hough, UH&N;
J W MeLiiln, Cal; W Harris, Salem.
Uumikn Hum:. II W Decker, U Fl'iro,
Walla Walla; Clark Walter, Daniel Mc
Kay, Centervlllo; Threo Nolilo HcdiMon;
Adam Knots, Weston; Dr Odden, J H
Webb, 8 A Hrownor, Milton; J W Me
Combs, Despaln Gulch; Jas Klngsby,
Mell Thornton, C H Heed, The
Palled ; G W Hull, City; John Konny,
Wisconsin; W 1' Campbell, Country; J
Vert, Echo; J Kiuny, Country.
Viu.aiu) IIori:i. 1 J Drown, San
Francisco : J I.ovonbonr. F S Cuslck. F J
Kneniicr. Juo llurku. A A Whitney. Port
land ; A 0 Stuart, St. Paul ; J W Hansel,
Chicago; M L 1-uurlUen, Max llaumlster,
OP Jones, Walla Walla; l)iils Klodt.
Pomoroy: A G Webb, city: F J Newton.
Niueriuwn, a. i .iicpoiuiki, fceat
tlo; J H Hichey, J K Klrkland, L II
Plants, .Milton; O L Tblslor, Kansas ; M
K Pitts, Arlington; S J La Franco, Hood
Mr. T.onon Imprnvliii;.
Mr. J. V.. Iinon'ri friends hero will be
nleased to learn that ho is ranidlv iiimro-
vlng and will nrobablv bo amoui them
again soon. hen ho was taken to Sa
lem a slioit ttuio ago. it reipiircd several
men to handle him, but now, according
to a lotter received by Sheiill llentley
this morning, ho can walk without
assistance. No ono thought ho would
live long when romoved to tho asylum,
but tho good treatment administered thcro
has much improved his condition In a
very shoit liino.
HI i i
A Worthlrx Lot.
Ono of tho (iasrt of nuslances known us
'pimps" was arrested by .Marshal French
last night for shooting within the town
limits, and this morning was lined $10.
lie is a Hieclmou ot a number oli egrudod
follows who live Uxn tho earnings of tlio
fallen women who live in tho vicinity Of
the Occidental hotel. These follows con
fer no benellt upon anybody, and seem to
no one cia-'S oi oarui'H creatures tluit aro
utterly useless. Their room Is needed
hero far more than their presence.
1'iititlc rtirimne at Allia.
J. P. Wager will addivcs tho lwonlo of
Camas Prairie, at Alba, on Saturday eve
ning, Aiirii L'mii. .n. esnecial v Ueiuil)-
licans, are invited to attend. Subscrlliois
of tlio lvhT Oitcoo.MAX at Alba will please
circulate thit aunoiiucemeut as thorough-
y as possible.
HifiUlni; Till lUinliii;,
Mr. J. K. Kiikland, of Milton. Pemo
ratle candidate for member of the Leg
islature, is in town, ntul Is isxK'ctcd to
speak at the meeting this evening at tho
court houfo, at 7:!M p. m. Allure In
vited to como out and hear what he bus
Mrt-tliiK till Kvt'lllllK.
Thoro will bo a mooting thU evoning at
tho court house for tho nurnose of organ
izing a Democratic club in Pendleton.
bvery Democrat Is invited and urged to bo
Tlio Juno tui;un8ipriirH n June,
Tlio lliilitnlnu-tiUK la M- y,
Tlio lout luitf tiilu-K lil ixiiiiictoir,
Anil uy, "I've oimio t) tiiy,"
Now ilntli tlio tiiuy -anililntt,
improve rucu kiiiiuia nii:r,
I by giving tlio eople'M inonoy away no
matter lor wnat put pose, it is evident
from the action oi the Hules Committee
that Mr. ltandall(protectlonlst), of Penn
sylvania, has joined in tills scheme against
the Treasury. It wus by the help of his
vote in the committee that Mr. Heed and
Mr. Cannon, Hepublicaus, were ablo, in
an unprecedented manner, to force tho
Direct Tax Kopayment bill to tho front,
overslaughing and setting aside bills ot
tho committee Important to the public
That tho Intention was what wo pay
to empty tho Treasury Is conllned to tho
fact that in only one other case did
Messrs Heed, Hand ill and Cannon Inter
fere with tho discretion of a committee as
to the order in which it would presont Its
bills, and in that caso also tlio bill .Messrs.
Heed, Hatidall and Cannon forced for
ward is to take millions out of tho Treas
ury to pay to States.
Tho object of Messrs. Heed, Handall
and Cannon is to cllcct, in an underhand
way, that "distribution of tlio surplus"
which Mr. lilaiuo some years ago advo
cated with tho express purjioso to main
tain the Hcpubliean system of needlessly
To tho bell) of this Hopubllcan scheme
come a certain number of Democrats,' On
Monday a vote was taken in the House to
udlourn, which would break tho dead
lock, but at tho same tlmu put the Direct
Tax Repayment bill aside and thus defeat
it. highly men voted tor adjournment,
and all these eighty were Democrats. Not
a Republican voted on that side.
Of the -lot who voted against, udlourn
mcnt who voted, that is, to say, to continue
tho deadlock rather than have tho bill to
I'limtv Hid Treasury laid usldn mid iln
feated of theso 151 Hil wore Republicans
and thirty wcro Democrats.
Not voting on that occasion wore ninety-
three. Ut these thirty-six wcro JCepuhll
cans and llfty-soven were Democrats.
Thhtv-ono Democrats voted with tho
Republicans for a raid on tlio Treasury
antl (lfty-soven Democrats were absent or
iiou-voliug and thus weakened the resis
tance of their nartv to the Hcpubliean
HcJiemu. And (Ills in the face and -ycH of
the Democratic platform, which declares
in plain language:
Wo aro opposed to all pnioHit!oiiB
which upon any protoxt would convert
tho general government Into a machine
for collecting taxes to bo distributed
among tho States or tho citizens thereof.
And again :
Unnecessary taxation is unjust taxation.
Wo denoimco tho Republican party for
having failed to relievo tho people from
crushing war taxes, which have paralvzcd
business, crippled industry and deprived
labor of employment and of just reward.
R. F. BEALE,
Marble and Stone
Tor iIc'Iriik mut prlco roimult .too Knll
Im.', Muln Mrvct, IVnclli'ton. IMIinutcH
Blvcn on Mono work for IntlldliiKi. fe3
RusseBI & Co.,
Eng-iiies, Threshers and Sawmills
also dkam:i:h in-
Ami nt!ir vnitvt wliore'r Im may
In kiuinlilno mid In Miowrr.
A Nchiaska girl of sixteen I miked at
tho last moment when about to marrv a
grass widower of Hoventy-two. Moro
balky girls aro needed to end uiiuatur.il
marriages of that stirt. So hero's to tho
balky bollo of tlio Ml.zard Stuto.
Mr. Toolldgo of Arizona has trained a
snake to tend his chickens.' Tho intelli
gent roptilo stays witli them all day and
drlvos them to tho coop at night. If it
miss ono, it hisses and mines u ecrpon
tine row until tho truant U found.
It is rumored that Senator Reck will bo
married in the summer to the daughter of
Dr. Mimdell of LouisWUo. Tho lady Is a
widow of a gentleman named Henderson,
and Is very wealthy. Senator Iteck Is
Mxty-pk years eld, but is a remarkably
halo man. i
Ilismurck docs not have to to I hi Chan-1
eel lor. Ho onus a distillery that makes
a million gallons of whisky Kr year, and j
without being in
. Dealer In
FRESH GARDEN VEGETABLES,
EGGS, BUTTER, FISH, POUL
TRY, and all kinds of
NKXT 1)0011 TO 8TAK HK8TAUHANT
PENDLETON, - OH 12.
Ituvluic gomU Nlilppml from Krlrru rllltm
via Portliiml, on hnvn frclnlit piilil, oai-
mid nv rclmruoH KilJiiKt'U, nml fiirwanlliitf
iittcmleil Io proniptly, ot low niti s, iy h .
OLIPHANT & CUTTING.
OltOCnUIKI A HI'KCIALTV.
Iliiylnir und Selllm; dnuo on Commlmdnn
The Pendleton Mfg. Company,
Machino Work of All Kinds
Pattern nindc. ltepnlrs to farm uiiu'lilnory
mut miiclilnery of every description n
Charge for Work Reasonable.
Richardson's Lunch Counter,
Mnln Street, Poniltcton.
G. D. RICHARDSON, Proprietor.
Heiulnunrtcr for rorelitn nnd DoimckIIc
FrulU, CnndloN, Cniinud Uoodn, anil Nutx.
At tho Lunch Countor,
You can ohliiln cold bolted hum, cold Mpleeil
hcef, plckleil pin' Wtl, KiirdlnrK. oyntcrit,
cold boiled CSC", vpif cooltcd In every Klyle,
lint lea nnd enuVc. Jerlcdelk, venlsnn, hum,
nmolted licrrhiK, breml nful butter, etc.
Houso Opon Day and Night
I.unolKH t unit Cv. upwnrd.
Mnnitfiu'turcr of nnd Denier In
Harness, Saddles, Bridles.
Tonts and Wagon Shoots
A BEDltOOK PRICES.
Odd KiiIIokx' Iliillillnt, lalnntrojt. ju2l
THE F1IJC3T T
is, umii x
A A NY .yVA X V
m THIS MAR'AKT.
Wo have the bent Straw Iltirnlng Kngino in the World.
CALL OU SKK1) 1'Olt OATAI.OGUK 70
Russell & Co.,
100, 1112, 101 ami KW Front Street, PORTLAND, OREGON.
rcndlclnn,Orej!on, Muln HI., lieur Wolib.
A STOCK OF GOODS
In every pnrliou'ltir.
Main street, J'ciulfcton, Or,
jtosltu Court Jfounc.
A flrt film restaurant: ull tlio dnlleaelei
of th venxou, ileiUutanv hour: both day
T. F. ROURKE,
Wiro nnd picket Fence, rabbit
tight and l)ull strong.
A fence which will last a life
Price only 50 to 75 cents u rod.
For sale in small or large quan
Main street, near the bridge,
lllflie! market price, paid tor nil hind
. G- K A. I 1ST.
AtiMtrallan while wheat, winter barley nnd
rv fiimnle for neeillnx iiiiriioh. Tin. An..
trnllan wlilln wlieiii U Just tli urtlulo fct'x-k-
men neeu. u niuKei. u iirj-ciu. iiuuiity of
OrTIOB AT WaHEHOUHK, PENDl.KTON,
July! tf OHEOON.
on a war
IlarriHhurg, l'a., Kopublicaita aro
favor of Don Cameron for l'rei'iilent.
Notlco U herein- ulven that the firm nt
Campl.ull A lleaMe Iw tills day dlxnlved by
mutiml I'oiuent.K. v Cuinpbell rellrlni; from
the firm, huvlnv nold bin Interest to it. II.
, llratlo. It. li. Ileatlfi will continue the prac
In ('litf:i"o tleeof dentlatry at the old (Hand, nnd co'lert
lullexeeptcttnaln nccoiints nlriied to K 0
I CuinplM)). H. II. Ileiitle B.miinlm nil llablli.
i tie of iheflrm of L'amDbll lleatle to dale.
Keroseno waa flrat uocd for lighting! jj-u. camhi?l,u
purX)8es in 1820. Pendleton, Or., April U,lSs8. lWnwIia
No l)cer will Lo tlelivered
on Sunday alter May Ht.
T. C. WARD,
The most mceful
Ik now located in I'l iidlelon, at tho old Maud
lit the foot of llulii street, netir Ihu bridge,
mid for line
Phot graphs, Tintypes, En
Jarglng and Copying,
Caiiiiot bo oxwlled miywliore. All work
Ktmrnuleeil to Klvo eullru ttatlkljctlou. He
pertfully, youiii, T, : tiAltl.
Liver;, hi and Sale Stable,
J. D. KEENEY &. CO., Props.
Put up your animnls antl your
money at this stand. Thoro
is no bottor in town. Our
patrons and frionds will bo
i b twir
Wo aro receiving, nlinunt dally,
Goods Direct from Hie Eastorn lYIanuraciories.
Our Ktoelc Imj now in dcxigu and eoinnlete in iiHsortiuent, connMlng of
PARLOR AND BEDROOM SETS,
SinUBOAKDS, IJOOKOASICS, KAMI'S, WII.I.OW AND KATFAN 0I1AIU8,
Whatnots, Brackets, Chairs, Springs, Mattresses, etc
AIho a comtilelo line of
Carpets, oil cloths, linoleums, shades, portieres,
and upholsterers' goods.
GOODS SOLD OK UA8Y l'AYMHNTK.
Forbes & Wheeler,
AKKoeiatlon llulldlng, I'emlletou, Or.
Groceries, Vegetables, Fresh Fisti
D. KEMLER'S Grocery Store, on Court Street.
SI'KCIAIj INDUCHMUNTH Ol'KKItHD I 'OK CASH.
Fine Spices, Fine Coffee, Fine Ten, and Everything fine that a First-class
Grocery should contain,
Call on ino if you want (iroeorliw cheaj).
D. K EM LER.
l'ni:i l'A(ii'.-Ti rif, Hierelary.
Jacoii I'ha.):ii, Tri'iihiuvr.
Itu.viiv Krovr.ii, I'renbh'iit.
K. J.Hdumhiivii.m:, Vlee I'reMldi'iit.
This new mill Ih how manufacturing Hour by tliu latent Improved iiioIIioiIh
Flour and Mill Feed Always on Hand
We Hollelt a slmro of )tilillo patroiingo.
mm vmv n w 2La Lva U ?l n
Sash, Doors, and Building Material,
A.t Bottom .Prices,
CAM, ON ,
HALL & BURNSIDE, HALL & BURNSIDE,
IJI3POT j.UMHKU YAUD.
Deal, O'Keilly & Co.
J'ou a LARGER STOCK at I,,wnr Pricen, AVluiU-Halu an.l Hfail
than any Houho n t m NnHhuv.ut 11 111
KEENEV Co., PROPB. SoooniloncI Yamhill .... PortlonU, Oregon.
COM K TO 8KK UP. A I.I. KIN 1)8 OK HIQH '
KOIt IIIUK-TIIK KINKST TUIIX will hIiow
OUTS IN TOWN. ;WIUH1I0W