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gATt'HDAY, MAYO, 1888.
.trriconlni llrnncli fltllcf.
' l'ti llT I 1! l l K ll Will 1.0
rtl,( II I"' ' , f IvtullClllHtrtllll
of h'l''rp...V'',r Wliiml. Ho will
r1Si ricr then. my -orvlc In lit
.fiiicuin'o'" t,,c iMll8oniu Ht"r-
.Uiu lluny i rapidly t'onviilosc
i . ..i ii i?
JirfoiH lYo-eroam wra um. "-
r. J. T. I.lcnullcn of Aduitm to In
eWnr hi rlvi-il lrom J .11
x-fenaw . --
tide Ust evenliiB.
ilPtrawlcrries unci chortles nro now
.U.I In till' Illlirkct.
rlindon will probably Iks tlio junction
, Hcppiitf brunch rallroail.
heMcamcr Queen of the 1'acillc lias
" .i,.i ,im1 lu iii'iiin alloat.
-i.,:ia untniin who niMlcrHtiituw
11IIIH. ' i . ,i t .it n
.!.:.., Kmiti ntiii. iiusni en. "
here uro rimiorK of anothor incrclian-
.ftore being Htnrleil at Weston.
. i.'n.in.iiK'. it ui'iiltliv utoi'kiiiim
a Kilio, U reKlHtoifd at 'tho Golden
w Horn In l.ivinu a now twolvc-foot
..,it it. fmiit of Ids hotel on Main
i Snn.lrw School convention for Mop-
i Ill I... li.it.l nf T T.tlititwif fin
COulllV Hill uu niiiu .... w. ,-.. v,
i... L'M-tii'in will 1 1 mil cli tnthn vnnnt?
.mi jn'iiMlMir All tint irr-
1 trill Ul U" uivihhi i v vvi -
.(rj.J. S. llarnard Iiiih opened dross
ling parlors at her residence on
Wnntcil: (!oid ftirnlslied rooms for
in ami wife. itli hoard in same houso
m-ar ly preferred.
Mn, Jolui")ti Inn Homo llrst-elass fur--lidl
room t rent at tho old postolllco
1 1' '.,.) ilnnl
Hun want lo lannh, co and hear Kll
rkin, at the Opera I louse, on Tlinrn
yevcninir, May - I. Admission, rOc.
Milton Kaclo: Tho coiinty llnanclal
Wilt Is simply a record of the faith
'.nem of our present olllcient county of
,i. Wo cannot dispute the record.
Thetwlal at tho M. K, Church last
:M was a hiiitcsh. Prof. KovuI'h loo-
i. . .. - I . V . .
re was imcrcsiini; ami won received
d (Im rill Ii! run 'm timL'nim wuh vnrv
(i. I. ltichardson Iiiih flttud up neat
i i. -i . i i .
ii rtwv iiiit.iiiii iiiirmrM. ill in riimiv
furnUli loo cream, strawltcrries. mill
...iLI-. 'I'l... I I I.. I....... If.. II
:V" TP" " . "
n kixi mill . w
Kelizioiw rcrvlces, conducted by Itov.
. Ji. itovn. win nn iiiiiii in tun ntxni
qjn lo-imirrou .nnnoiiv. ovoiiinir in
tii luiiiiK inun aro esjieciauy in-
TIwKast Onr.no.NiAK cllpn an articlo
Wfil 1,tnr.k IIl.I.u L.i.l i 1 ...... . t
... i .... iku niiuufc rw ttktb
Kev tt. K. I'otw Ho wont to Ilakor
mi . . . 1 ' tin lJlt.Ji )1IU
Wl. Walla I'nlon: John W. HeditiK-
II U ilimllV ill ii'nrl- n,i IIM' .11.. Ml. .11..
. i nimii in iiiiuiiueii iu anvur-
".'.v' inn m nun HL'C1IUU. JIIU
i 'inios: Jlossrs. A yew A
f'lluve liftt nut into MooiK-'h i,1,I wmn.
'".a new wool i,roH. nmrh bolter
iiw one they had last yoar. Thoy
"Iihvu tij U I .11111 II II II IllllUkI U'fVl
U 1 IMn .1.. !... 1
' -ftv rvmu lllin M'USUU.
jentervllle Homo IW. Kloh.)
' I'liild of Pendleton, iomli.ru iumhI..
U j to show tho untiling zeal of
' wjiMiler. who lwvlmr I, i,i i,. in.
wlul inaiiawinont can bo;ist of ouo
uiiiim in mo fctute.
JllltOIl VimU . T r .... .
rrevr ' Z ' 5'"' C0U U
th l'!iiiiA I l. --"r"K: ri'-MirvoyniK
Ur.,, 0 0,1'" um lullll,i" t .Milton; IkP
WMwcanipletlon of tho work.
. lfntervii!airi,n i-.,. n ....
UVIa .1 ""'kbo, t iiu KlUlU ou-
Extern 0,10 Vf tho flnort iwk- '
M3?rf W?nd n.tM,oubt H,H ,H) ,me,,
b ricliarli i7 'llUnt ,la'- T,,
2 "'Jt ud "ot urow thero.
SuiKjrintondcnt HoLblns luw boon hav
ing consldorable trouble with llio Clilncso
l'lundryinen. Thov have only been pay
ing per month for water, which was
not deemed enough, and tho council
lately raised tho prico to (5. Thoy all
objected to this, mid only two paid for
last month at Unit rato. Two more hnvo
; since concluded to take It. r.o that now
I tho receipts from four laundries uro moro
I than from tho wholo rovuti before, and It
is probable that thootber three will come
io iitno soon.
Tho I Vniocmtlc convent Inn of Yamhill
county met at Me.Minuvillo Wednesday,
and nominated tho follouinntlckut: Uu)
resontativps. (ieorgo lliiedwlll and li. K.
Aolphj Hoik, It. I). Harris j recorder,
John Thompson; sherlll', T. J. Harris;
commissioners, O. (i. Siott anil Henry
Geo; treasurer, G. W. (.lonelier; assessor.
Ii. V. Hall; scliool suiierintcndent, C. C.
Linden ; surveyor, II. H. Alollnoy; coro
ner, (J. II. Smith.
Canyon City Nowh : Longest term of
circuit court over held in Grunt county
will probably adjourn next week. Tho
amount of criminal business that looms
up before tho gaze of tho judge every
term is simply appalling. o hardly bo
llovo there will bo such a docket next
torm, however, for Homo of them havo
learned a lesson, and others will no doubt
tuko a gentlo hint, und restruln their
Dalles Times Mountaineer: During
tho pnst month heavy winds liavo pre
vailed in this legion, and tho sand in
places along the track has drifted so as to
form an imjiedlment to travel. A force
of men are constantly employed to keep tho
track clear, hut with the excrciso of tho
greatest vlgllanco blockades will occur
Mr. John M. Gcarin was conducted to
tho train last night by Dr. Kagun mid a
number of his friends, and niaito as com
fortable as possible for his trip to Port
laud, whero ho will bo met by good phy
sicians. Ho could not see, both eyes be
ing Hwollon completely shut.
Mr. A. W. Kweonoy, of Walla Walla, Is
in town to-day, tho (list time for twoivo
yeaw. Ho was formerly scliool superin
tendent of the county. Mr. Sweeney has
leased Mrs. Pago's iilaco on tho reserva
tion near Centervlile, and will reside
Mr. It. 0. Langtrv turned his business
over to Turner & Tuslln this morning,
who aro attorneys tor l.ou Is etliermier.
of Portland. Mr. I.angtry is a young
man of exemplary habits, and it will bo
too bad if ho goes under.
Iji Gramlo Journal: Tho Oregon
Illado is making a special fight against
Hamsoy for judgo on account of his brief
residence hero, but it is doing itself no
good. Tho people want Uanisoy and aro
going to elect him.
Weston has iiassed an ordinance, com
pelling saloon koopew to forbid minors to
collect arround tho outside of their sa
loons, and another to prohlbi; business
being transacted on Sunday.
Tho work of cementing tho sides of tho
reservoir Is completed, und nothing re
mains to bo done but to lay tho brick on
tho Imttom, which will not tako long. It
is a lino piece of work.
Frank Duiinit is engaged iu building a
wall along tlio'lowei' ediro of 0. It. Wade's
building lots on tho hill, which will bo
terraced down as soon as tho wall is com
pleted. Will Furnish arrested a Lapwal Indian
last night, who is charged wltn stealing u
horse hero and selling it. Mo will get a
hearing next Monday.
J. P. Faull missed tho twin at Itakcr
City yestorday, and did not arrive last
nlulit as oxected. Ho will bo down to
night. Deputy V. S. Marshal Furnish arrested
u tramp last evening who had only been
in town an hour, for the whisky ollcnso.
John Sp.irkH, of Birch creek, wiih ar
rested ami fliiffl f.Vlast evening for call
ing another man obscono names.
Tho now Chiiif Justice of tho United
States has a brother living in Seattle,
doing business as a merchant.
Tho cno of G. W. Hunt vs. tho Oregon
Pacillo railroad has boon transferred to
tho V. S. District Court.
Vass Saundow is now nblo to walk
around iu the houso, and will bo witli his
playmates again soon,
Another iiiKhtwatchnian is a great no
cossllv, and tho council should loso no
time in appointing one.
T. L. Moorhonso loft for Portland last
night on business.
Mrs. Tom Uobblns is over from Milton.
Albany is to organize a Hoard of Trade.
rt!iYa.r, ltt0l"i' Edward Wilson of
St II "la' c- White of Davton,
Cl if n 0(1 A. "olutlou instruct.
'W lilamo was rejected.
riil4LJil.nl?n: An awHMlw: in-
wSiC.?f V,w,.lJt,SH in 11,0 J1111' was
BP Tllft n(l ,.T .1 ' U,IU 'O'KCll llllll
our o J?ii Cu . ,on t,lrne(l io keys
"Client t ' W,,HU. l? hoo" after
Wied im ii1 ,t,own,' reeing who was
fnUhed 1 , " tha, 3- TI, i8
iMi,tf- lllul wi to
WJ&J I i, Ti ' h, klckea at 'o door
w$JZTr 1" !0Hr- At last tho
Sir. Wh ilnr Miikvtit Call.
Mr. II. W. Wheelor called at this odlco
this morning and beiran indulging Insomo
of ids ubuso, when lio was reminded by
Mr. Stillinan. tlio lvvxr Oiieou.man Isiok
kcepor, that ho was "no gentle
man." ilo desired Mr. Stilhuan to stop
out on tho sidewalk and ioieat the state
ment, with which request Mr. Stilhuan
promptly complied, ujsin which .Mr.
Wheeler struck at him. Stlllmaii imme
diately knocked him down, causing tlio
loss of a tooth and sotno blood, but other
wise doing no serious damago. Mr.
Wheeler is invitod to call again whonovor
he desires, "como ho in peaeo, or como
lie for war."
Mr. John Clark, proprietor of tho stage
lino lictwecn Ilaker City and tlio Pino
Creek mines, Informs tlio Haker City
Democrat reporter that tho Whitman
company aro doing good work at their
milN and that tho jtcoplo of Cornucopia
nro all busv, and doing well. There is no
i i. r... rii.ii ufriL'f.u. fir 1.1'. imiiM-
few of proiKsrty, but thoro is i.lenty to do f
laud pieniv oi wiiiiiik iiunua iu i.unv.
1 Thero will l somo now discoveries mado
in that section this season, and lots of
development work done in tho various
proi-ertiesnowliolng worked, Hio ikmv
1 lilo of Pino ereek havo unl)ounded faitn in
I their section and consider it only a ques
tion of timo when its merits will bo ac-
' Unowledgcil by outsldow.
This ovening at 8 o'clock, at Frazer'a
Opera Houso, by Kx-Scnator James 11.
Slater. Kverybody invited.
A Number uf I1IIU Fii'Mitl Upon Improve,
in r n In In Hip WhIbi- Synlem.
At tho sixM'ial meeting of tho common
council last night tlio following business
was transacted :
The coiuniitl.io on claims reported cor
rect the following bills: Tavlor, Jones iV
Co., !7; Stutgli. & Jones, tlil.l'il; Taylor,
Jones it Co., j- ,,u.
Tlio potition i f tho citizens for another
nlghtwatch wiih referred to tho committee
on health and police.
The coiiimitleo to whom was reforied
tho petition for otiening and guiding Hill
street between Alt.i and Court streets re
potted favorably und recommended Unit
the same bo granted.
Tho follow big bllln were referred to tho
committee on claims: M. H. Fol-wtn $5,
M. Ii. Fi .loiii jlti.UO, lien llagon $:tl),
City IClocttlc Light Comp.iny tu, W. S.
Ilyeis (. Co. .,.-18, City ftlectrle Light
Company ,C0. II. F. Johnson & Co.
Hft.tll). M. IC. Fi.lsom .:i.70. Watson A
I.uhrsfdL'8.41, WaUni .t Ltihrs $110.41),
P. A. Hummer $1, U. W. Thomas fit, 0.
0. French $17, Wheeler, Grecno & Co.
JIGO.UO, Wheeler, Greeno A Co. ?H.:iO, II.
P. Gregory ?(i:!.O.i. M. L. Hasbroiick 8,
C. A. Frazlor 1 1 , II. W. Stovons 0, Goo.
lhrlg $111, W. D. llausford f 10.50,
Wheeler, Greeno it Co. (12.60, W. I).
Hansford $15.(IU, French restaurant $7.i!o.
On motion, a warrant was ordered
drawninfavorofJ.il. Hohblns for tho
sum of $'..'0.00, money expended by him
Munlock's bill for 3:i:i.44 for wood was
allowed and ordered paid.
On motion tho committee on (lro and
water were authorized to make lower
rates than thoso at present charged for
an nrca of ground oxecedlug two bits.
Tlio superintendent of tho waterworks
was authorized to purchaso ono gate and
four Globe valves to bo used iu too pres
On motion tho recorder was instructed
to give notice that the council will sit as
a board of equalization to pass tion ami
equalize tho assessment roll, commencing
at 1! o'clock Wednesday, Mav 10.
Tho cominllteo on lire and water woro
authorized to purchaso three now hy
drants and place them In tho now lire
limits at places to suit themselves.
11 olc 1 Arrlvala.
V11.1.AUI) IIousk. (I A Stoudcr, J 1)
Kennedy, C J Groat, I. Katter, K G Hun
ter, A Seilbner, Portland; II IS Ilromoll.
I. Siobeuhaur, John S Mitchell, James F
Moano, 1 1,0111, Ntn l-ranclsco; s u
Gould. Chlcauo: C A Hose. Centervillo:
() 1. Thisler, Kansas; August llerg, No-
urasKiii Ii A ( lilld, .u I'ugli, .lames II
Slater, lai Gramlo; J C Jones. C O
Watts, I'tuli; Theo .Maskoyno, Ilollovuo;
J W Porringer, llenton.
Howman lloisi:. S P Merchant, Dor
man, Oregon; A J Alhlug, Walla Walla;
F W Govo, Kllonsburg; Max Marous,
Chicago; J J Wood, city: F W Flood,
Virginia : J I) Cox, Missouri ; C W Wicks,
Kuiuiii Wicks, Kansas; 1) I) Karp, Wes
ton; .Miss Jennie Karp Illinois; W T
CoK)land, Meachem : Geo lgg, Colow
do; W Talbott, Indiana; II .MeMuity,
Charles Webber, A Dovo, H J Callahan,
Missouri ; T G llrown, Cal ; Arthur Setier,
Tact ma ; Geo Young, San Francisco ;
0 W F.llisou, Portland; I K Luihs, Oak
Gouikn Ki'ia:. J II Styles, 0 Good
rich, city; J Heardsley. Weston; 0 Wal
tow, Arlington ; I) It Kirk and wife, Ju
niper; F Mclntyro, G Falling, J Stone,
South Cold Spring; W Adams, A Smith,
Weston; Ilarnoy Konnedv, F.eho; II
Cook, Portland: John Mcllean Agency;
Mr. Stiingor, .Miss Mclloan, .Miss Lottie
Stone, Maitha Stone, II W Gibson,
Walla Wul la: J A Walker. F.cho: J M
Lockhard, Hotter Creek; Win Warne
Iwlt, city; Kugcno Kipjioy, Alba; Jacob
llerll. country; John Alexander, Allan
Pruld, lllrch Creek; 0 W Mattluws,
A man by tlionamo of John Morgan,
living at Shcdd station, lias a cow thh
tecu mouths old that has never had 11
cdf and gives milk. Sho must havo
Bivallowed a milk can,
Clilncso immigrants havo been refused
admission to Autrallan colonics.
Thoro uro four inches of snow In Quo-bec.
Winona, Minnesota, is Hooded.
J. H. &OONTZ,
lllt'liest niHli price luild for Krnln. Oraliain,
urillUUHieti unit ni'ii-ri.iiiif uwur in
stock. Corn meal, Chop Fowl,
ARenU forKriupp, llurrell AOo'h
Agricultural Implements and Bain
Are prepared to ship wheat or receive
Grain for Storage.
Grain Hacks and Harvestera' Huppllo
at lowest Prices.
famlli Qrocerle a Siteclalti.
The Pendleton Mfg. Company,
Machine Work of All Kinds
Patterns malc. Hcpolm to term moculnery
ami inuchlnrry of every detcrlptlon a
Charge for Work Ileasonable.
Next iloor lo Homnicr A Ics'HInblc,
corner Cottonwood ami Attn
KU., Pendleton, Or.
ALL WORK WARRANTED,
And iiu elii'np at tlm clii'iiiol. Olvo
m n trial nml lie convinced.
Jforso-Shoetni and J'loiv Work
Given Spool Attention.
McEachorn & Thomson,
onth of Court llotmo
Estes & Guilds,
Proprietor o I ho
CITY LIVK11Y FJiJil) ,C SALE
Baled Hay and Grain.
Mpli'inlld tllicH, nliiKln or lluulil.., und
Haditlo llorMCH hIwo.tm on IihimI.
Horni'i board -( liy tho day,
U'ork or Slontli.
All Kind 11 of Kecd Pnr Hair, In Hinull or
CHARGE 3 REASONABLE !
Pendleton Meat Market.
MAIN hT., NKAIt VIliliAIlI).
GEO. J. IHRIG, Prop'r.
Ilnvlin; rooDciinl Hie uliovo Mark' I, (Hull
lii'tl'n old ilaiiil, wo uliull tic prrpurrd nt nil
tlmen to Ktipply tho peopln of rcndleton
with the vry licet
Boof, Mutton, Pork, Voal, Etc.,
Thnttho ni.irkct enn nn0rd,iind at
price" nil enn rem-h.
IS JUST WHAT I WANT!
Goods at Actual Cost!
Is the way to get it, us the following list will tell.
Take the Advantage I
AND LET YOUR CASH CARRY YOU THROUGH 1
All Standard Goods !
SPECIAL FOR CASH
MAJISJIA LL 0 SOX.,
Comer Stnln mi.! Water Nt.,
Pondlcton, - Oregon
All kind of HUckMiilllilmr.dnun In the
lic.timil prompt milliner. Wujtoii, IIukkIch
und hnck niuilc lo order.
Jlrjitilrlntf a Sjirrlttlty.
rnrllculai iitlniillun lo Iiiim choolni; hi
I Apricots, 20c, or 6 cans for
Blackberries, 20c, or 5 cans for
Pears, 20c, or 5 cans for ' -
, Currants, 221c, or 5 cans for -,Grapes,
20c, or 5 cans for -jEgg
Plums, 2oc, or 5 cans for
Golden Drop Plums, 20c, or 5 cans for
Green Gage Plums, 20c, or 6 cans for
I Currant Jelly, 20c, or 6 cans for
Jam, 20c, or o cans lor -
Wire and picket Fence, rabbit
tight and bull strong.
A fence which will hist a life
Price only 50 to 75 cents a rod.
For sale in small or large quan
Main street, near tho bridge,
- 1 00
Blackberries, 15c, or 7 cans for -Grapes,
15c, or 7 cans for -Peaches,
15c, or 7 cans for -Plums,
15c, or 7 cans for -
Green Gage Plums, 40c, or 3 cans for
Peaches, 40c, or 3 cans for
. J. Donaldson's
Tomatoes, gallon, 10c, or Ii cans lor
Tomatoes, 21 lb. can, 15c, or 0 cans for
Beans, 15c, or 7 cans for -
- 1 00
- 1 00
OF IJIFKIEUUNT liliANJKS AND IMUOKS.
AT BOTTOM PRICES.
1'rencrlptloim mmimuiided dny and nlKlit by
a i.Jriiiuolt ut price Hint
My second important order hits just arrived, direct from .Japan.
try h cam
I wish to call your attention to
THE PRIZE BAKING POWDER
Something useful and well worth the money.
We handle only tlio I'UIIKHT IlltUfi-i tout
can be obtalui-d, niiaiilli of price
Country Orders Respectfully Solicited
All Groceries Cheap for Cash
Henry Kopittke& Co.,
HAY, GJtAJX, MOOD AXJi
WKH'1 BTUBKT, - l-r'V ll r 'I OS !
XiCT 0II3CMUU JOB EimTOHt; U he
largeituud beat equipped lu I lie JiiIhiiiI
Empire. Kanteru prices.
K. O Pnli. do., I'ndlcnn.nreirnn
Pull Weight and First-Class Goods
THE STAB BAKERY,
W. C. TILTON.