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.iB(ortiic ,, Aiiutim
Minutes read and approved.
At Hiwelnl incctinir of tho council, Mr,
Ilotlieltlld was in tho elinlr. Councilni
Two ntlilclic young mon, named E. P.
Mack nnd Bum Drown, ran n foot race
near tlio round Iiouko yesterday, for u
puree of $'20. Tlioy wero well matched,
nnd ran a distanco of thlrty-fivo yards
tlirco times, each straining every ncrvo
tt win. lint nvnrv limn i.nttittup mil ttritt
tily lu east to breast. Tho contest was ' tilwont, Mr. Young acted us tcntnonry
teehed a ( raw bv t in Un l'ih. II. II. neuromrv
Muck ami Thomas Sprawl. J
A party started out this morning on a !
two weeks' trip to Canyon City, but were j
destined not to get outsido tho limits of
tl II.. I i 1! .1 1
r-.wril unn" n v it, ii-m ! CI......I.1...1 1 1 I ............. 1.. uuu
iMVyiirWco ... 1,1.1,3 I-ni,, Comnmntcatlon from committee from
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minim film iitvuu jiiuii;u uui, mimuiir
ing u serious fracture of tier left
.' i.l.nl 11 1 "n"'"". '..l... II,.. 1 Hill.
Ml." ..1 n,v,ir.
1 llniilf r II' i,..,iiiini. nml
.hftve -T'i1'0. u .pnilly. to mil.-.!
lie win io ;
Keith, JIurpliy, Sargent. Slaughter nnd
oung were jirosont. Mr. Crown being
Petition of lironcrtv owmirH on .Trick-Kim
street, asking for sidewalk, was read and
On motion, tho assessment of tho 0.
It. & N. Co. was ordered reduced to 51.-
i thm at coatatDespainA
McCartney, of Spokano
,B . ,.ail,u rinooo.
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Julius it might lie.
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ir new (',' cctorV of the lirinciiKll
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Mloyment. htartcd up the river
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monllDK iur u ii.iv n iiriuiiK
rattcil f'.'50 for tho m-r-
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come off on July HI. Wlmt 'H
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i i i f
urrvuikN mil mi iiiiitiui iimhiiiiz
ciiiatlclpatcil in (Jrant county
nwnjtr nr r-ttcriid nun ui tntittiiinn
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M Will 11
tMouier vacation .Miss i.ditn
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. ii milium, iti 111111 iiiititi i nil-
ilHH la nir connhlorH tlilH u
TllATlt farltrukl nml it Iiiatmiiiltnii 1
inw. On July lnt to 4th inclu-
. Co.'a linn, rii-jif fit fill jltt-i
ui in. i ii l ui.. i.ii.
ww .on ciiKino lumber i
.I f M..I.. .,1 ..Til.
. " j i . iitu'iv ui v wii
SBay niliilit ikiss blv bo idvo-
by ths l'i'ii iw nf mi litv.miio
o'le'd wat'liousos contain nn
of wool, u'wieiratlni:
r m-a .. ...mi i..
tf . ........ill iii.iiiir..
lUCOnlL'nnil fur fal.tiim.. ui lint
larger amount is nlaced thoro
wiwuinsu Ktimulation und
'Mm the wool nuiikct.
tur ik. n w..b. . t in l
. . ""I"! uy mil 10 tno uiil-
..uwwrui)' wiuiin uiu
Jf; 0,18 t'art fro'
aM 3,000 head. Unwinds of
w have been takun out of tho
crwtlieiront thno, this year.
ctk Kaalo . rendloton is tho
-v M,v xnuwr rosoua'Ori. law?
J! ebtabllS iinnnta .....1
-"v faviiiiii'M inr nil ut jii
'wn at anv otlior tnu'ti In
ii u navo visaed ail oi
4 nnitn.A .. ... . ..
muZ .7 l""81", setting lortli
"iWrmitha ma'-'lllnVmit mntinnp
.ft i..i.. . .r:
7l iT"111.."1 i-olebfato tho
"y. it a parries out t
u serious traciure ot tier lelt arm
below the elbow.
A peddler is going through tho count v
selling u bolt of cloth und "throwing in'
ii lot of goods, and taking in payment
farmers' notes on long Hum. This sumo
game has been going on in tho Willam
ette valley, and tho papers say that ho is
ii swindler of tho worst kind. Ho should
bo dtiven from tho country.
Fred Clcrber came near severing his
linger this morning through carelessness
in opening a can. I,lo says it was dono
soipiickly that ho couldn't oxplain how it
hapicncd. Ho lerformed a surgical opcr
utlon on himself, und got the wounded
digit straightened out in pretty good
On Saturday evening's train tho Stars
will go to Arlington to play tho return
gamo with tho boys of that nlaco. A
good many visitors will probably nccom
jinny them, a rato of four dollars having
boon secured for tho round trip.
Wulla Wullu Journal : Tho O. It. A N.
company have raised tho freight on wheat
from l.owlston to I'oitiand to .$0.60 per
ton. Tho old rato was $0 and thoodd fifty
cents will have to como from tho Rickets
of tho farmers.
A business meeting of tho Ilandeb
Haydn musical society is called for next
Friday evening ut 8 o'clock. A full ut
tondanco is specially requested by Prof.
On tho Fourth of July at Walla Wulla
thcro will Ik) n balloon ascension. At
Pendleton tlioio will bo tin old-fashioned
barlsjcuo. "You pays yourmonoy nnd
takes your choice."
A 1 .1 .t..l !-..,. .....!... I !.. 1I.....1I..I,...
d i iiiumiiuii ii unn ui 1 1 I'll in i ciiiiiuiuii i 7 . , .
t..,.u.i.... .i .. in i... ... io mo Krounii, u uistanco oi sovcrui leet
" ' . . . J I I HI" tUMVfllilf lid U.H Ulll itfiltil Utll limn
nigiitattliocoinmenceiiient exeicises ut r.-v """ . - y-
the onem house, where ho will doliver it 1 .vur. 1,ur m.,l'..l"lt 1 10 children kept on
short lecture. ' VWn&, am Vl r?1 ,r!'. "',,u nWm
iiui. uiu I'tinii iuii Mtk iiuii, oveunii;.
and einrino was read, and tho recorder
wus omcrcd to oiler tho hand engino on
board cars at Pendleton for $500, guaran
teed in good order ut present.
Committee- on claims reported favor-
nuiy on ino joiiowmg niiis, ami wnrrants
wero ordered drawn: II. P. Johnson &
Co., $l).l!5; Murdock, 08.50; Wm.
Keller, 1. CO.
Ordinance No. . providing for levy
ing tax, read und referred to committee
Ordinunco No. 114 (cow ordinnnco),
read und referred to committee.
Commtttco roiotted favorably on ordi
nnnco No. , providing for tux levy,
und it was read tho third time und unseed.
Tho following bills wero referred: Cox
fc Minor, $300 ; L. Heed. $40; LoryenA
Arthur, $.'.l!r; M. L. Hasbrouck, $5.
Kstimnto for fonco around citv park
read and referred to tho coinmftteo on
streets und public improvements.
Kstlmuto for walls ut till on Thompson
son street, read and referred to tho samo
Agreement with Smith A Stroud for
construction of lovco wus read und re
ferred. On motion, tlio (Innnco committco wns
authorized to employ a comiieteut ac
countant to investigate tho llnuuccs of
On motion, adjourned.
A Hncl Ari lilrnt.
On June IHh, a lady named Mrs. L.
Scott enmo to Pendleton from near
Kansas City, bringing with her two
children, an Infant und a 1 It t Io girl, i-nst
I-riday her little gill, Mlria by nnmu,
uged eight years, wont playing near tho
planing mill with companions liko her
solf,und in tho abandon of childish sport,
jumped from thu top of u pile of lumber
Tho contract for hulldlni! u now school
house in district No. "1 has lx'on awarded
to Iloothby A Foster of Pilot Hock. Tho
contract prico is fitM.
Cull und see tho antique oak refrigera
tors und (icm ico-crcum freecm ut
Wheeler, 0"recno A Co.'h hurdwuro store
on Main street.
Mrs. W. J. lxlshmnn, tho lady who cot
married "on short ncmiulntunco" re
cently, bus left her sfiouso und gone to
T. J. Million recently returned from n
visit to Portland und olnts in tho Will
amette valley. Ho had u pleasant trip.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Ilurkhart, lately
married, loft this oveninu. for Linn
county, to resldo ierniancntiy.
Miss Viola Million, who has lieen at
tending school in Portland, returned with
her father lust Sunday.
Colonel William Pursons will read tlio
Declaration of Independence on tho Fourth
A colored "uomman" from Kansas bus
tnkon charge of Wllkio's culinary depart
Josenh Hnslcr sells irooils on tho install
ment plan und ut reasonable prices.
T. C. Tuvlor'H now house Is about com
pleted und is a model of neatness.
Tho Folk county full wus destroyed by
tiro u fow days ago.
Hcgular band concert this ovonlng.
AN i:lllllIT10N OI' AltT.
Tho Collection ut l'rnr' Oprru limine
The Knhllillloil tliW i:eulnc.
fUlmlrorH of thu lxautiful in art, if they
hud seen tho fow but admirable produc
tions placed on exhibition to-day in tho
ojieru liotiso uy pupils oi tno Mstors-
sciiooi, would navo ucen surpiiccii nun
delighted. JIio o wero iiretty i-amples of
clionillo, urasono and otnor kinds oi em
broideiy to delight tho heaitoftho lady
visitor, besides u collection of wux-work
that was romarkablo in its attractiveness,
deiiviug Its lieauty us it did from u closo
nnd almost perfect imitation of nature.
Wnx flowers thoro wero, tho productions
iJminuTnylor, that resembled tho idants of
tho gardon and flold so closoly tliat you
could havo ulmost distinguished u subtlo
und chlorous frugmnco, wero it not for
their glass-cuso environment. Hut tho
most perfect of all in its deceitful tempt
ingnesH wns a wax feast of fruits, lorries
nml wines, the work of the Sisters them
selves. You could hardly bcliovo that
lOrtUDll uill II. I., -....l-
tt "... iiii ti-itr iiiiiiiii
uq l Of Uvula will. f.r.n
UT 0kir.iv. . v I .
1 Immll c iii ,. , 'r11
ik. t: . r: '."uiiuiorii, eecro-
U""'""! voiapuu (Jlub ut
complaining of u suvoro imln in her side,
und BiiHered terribly until yesterday eve
ning, when she died. Her companions
did not speak of hor fall, und tho lihysi
cians in ultendanco wero left totally in
tho dark us to thu nature of her injury.
It is supiioscd that sho died from somo
internal derangement caused from tho vio
lent contact with tho ground. Her
mother is of course well-nigh heartbroken
over her loss, und much sympathy is ox
pressed for her misfortune. Tho funeral
took placQ at 10 o'clock this morning
from tlio residence of T. 11. Swcurlngon.
It Won't Coit you Much.
During tho celebration will bo a good
opportunity for people of tho Inland Km
into to visit tho leading town of Kastcrn
Oregon, and sco tho foundation it has for
its claim of supremacy. Tho oxcuso of
railroad traveling has lieen reduced to tho
following low lutes for tho round trip,
so that pleasure-loving Inhabitants of our
sister towns can well ull'ord to pay us a
visit on tlio ulorious Fourth :
Wnlia Wullu $2 00
Milton 1 -Wi
llluo Mountain 1 00
Kcho 1 0J
1-n (iran.lo 2 08
Union a 47
linker City 5 04
Huntington 0 44
Umatilla 1 7(1
Thu Drt-iiileil Cycloiir,
James M. llotllo, of Vinson, wus in
town Tuesday, and rojiorted that tho
eyclono on Huttor Creek und around I'inu
City did considoiubia damage. O. F.
Thompson's projxirty wus damaged to thu
umoiint of several hundred dollais. Tho
chinch ut Pino City wus blown down.
Frank Do Iong wus caught by tho wind
and bruiseM badly. Tho path of tho cy
clone wus from two to four miles wldo.
AliiMlloii,(Yremon1ra III li-Mtll.
I-'rom llio H'o tlo Janeiro Newe, Mi' l.
Tho ovonfa of tho past week in ronnec
on whh tlio paago of tho nbolltlon uct
have leen I'ni'Siutlly exciting in charne
to '. Thoio wus ulmost no opjiosltion nnd
vay littlo o.ntoiy, und every voto wns
tilicndeil bv tho nlsilllioii societies nnd
li-go ninnbe.-s oi spectators. Jiior-cnuio
ilecli'-'il I'oon a Sunday soshion to pass
tno b'M. which was attended by hundreds ;
of otcited, onlhuslastle ieoplo. 'lho
l'.:ni-(!s Ko"ont also arninited wcomo
A l'recllcMnii from Of ni'Pil Hplnoln-Hlier-iniin
In tho Lonil Scnntom In ChlriiRo,
Wasiiinoto.v, Juno 15, 1888.
Hcprcscntutlvo Stilnoln, one of tho
shrewdest Democratic members of Con
gress, predicts a majority in Now York
city of more than i0,000 for Cluvolund
und Thurinan. Mr. Spinolu speaks from
Inside knowlcdgo of tho political situation
in Now York cfiy, having resided thoio
nil ills life, ami Inning been ono of tho
leaders in the nattv since he became old
enough to vote.
W no tho KopublieuiiB will put up to bo
slaughtered, is not yet apparent. John
Sherman is far in tno lead, having imr
chased all tho delegates that could bo
hud, und ho is prepared with unlimited
cash, furnished! doubtless by his Wall
street friends, to go into tlio deleguto
market ut Chicago and outbid all com
petitors for a sulllcieiit number to ensure
his nomination. It Is hardly likely that
tho convention will bo foolish enough to
nominate Sherman; witli him at tho
head of tho Kopubllcan ticket, tho fight
would not bo spirited enough to mnko it
Interesting. Cleveland would beat him
ns Grant did Grecly in 1872. Hcsldcs
Sherman, no other candidate bus any
considerable following, and from opinions
expressed by leading Republicans hero
it Is probable that the nomination will be
tho result of tho combinations made after
tho convention meets. If that should bo
the case, it would bo an ubstirdity to oven
attotnpt to mnko nn intelligent guess ns
to who tho nominco will bo, but I havo
no hesitation in saying that it will not bo
Two-thlrdsof tho Republican Senators
havo already left for Chicago to tako part
in tho national convention. Quite ns
large a percentage of members of tho
House would have gono except for tho
refusal by Mr. Mills to allow tho tariir
bill to bo layed over for u week.
Indian Commissioner Atkins has ten
dered his resignation und gone to Ten
nessee, where ho prooses to mako un
active personal canvass for his election to
tho United States Senate.
Two speeches wore niudo on the fish-
cries treaty this week, ono by Senator
Morgan, lor, nnd tlio otner tiy benutor
Hide, uitainst it. Its further considera
tion has been ostponcd until tho 2oth
Judiro Thiiriimn. who was oxnectcd in
Washington this week, bus postponed bis
visit until later, In order to bo hoio when
tlio national committco meets for organ
ization, and to tako part in tlio grand
ratltlcatlon iucQtlng,wnlcu is to Do Held In
tills citv on tho oveniinr of tlio "Otli Inst.
Tlio Democratic Congressional oxecutlvo
committco held their first meeting this
week to mako arrangements lor tlio com
imr cninnuiitn. There wus u full attend'
unco, with Senator Ken mi in tlio chair.
A sub-commitlca consisting of Senator
Kenna, Representatives Lord S. Ilryco, of
New York, und 8. O. Flshor,of Michigan,
wus appointed to meet and comer wim
tho national committco which is to meet
hero on tho 2(lth Inst. Tho object of this
conference is to so arrange things, that
tho work of tho two committees, tho na
tional and tho congressional, will not
conflict with each other. Senator Kenna,
after tho meeting, suld to your corres
pondent: "Wo shall shortly havo a tier-
muncnt headquarters In this city. This
meeting was held simply to appoint this
committco of conforeuco. Wourosending
out thousands of documents, and wo do
not euro to duplfcuto tho work of
tho national committco, nor havo
them duplicato ours, hence an under
standing of tho progrum of ouch is neces
sary in ordor to bring nut that harmo
nious work that always leads to success.
F.vory ono at our meeting wus sanguine us
to tho result of tho fluid upon which wo
are now ontorlng. Wo havo a magnifi
cent ticket, and it will create great en
thusiasm. With such u man us Thur
man fur tho second pluco, it can Indicate
nothing else than a powerful and winning
ticket. Thu Hopublicans are all ut sea.
Thoy don't know what thoy tiro going to
dout Chlcugo, whethor thoy will cut n
platform to fit tho candidate, or pick u
candidate to fit tho platform. Senator
Danlnl,of Virginia, expressed his opinion
as follows: "There is no mistaking our
advantageous iMisition, wo uro going into
this campaign on u high piano und on
great Issues. Get IsjIow tho surface, and
thoro can lie no doubt to obhorviug men,
of tho triumphant election of ( lovchinil
There is u rumor here that secretary
Whitney will retire from the Cabinet..
Mr. Whitney neither alllrms nor denies
HO! HO! HO!
tho blucklHinies und creani.tho pears and down I 'om PetrotwIIii on tlio same i day to
iicaches, tho luscious cherries and trans- sign tho bill. '1 ho streets of thoclty were
parent wines wero but tho woik of wo-1 g.y with bunting and tho newspaper
man's nliublo fingers, und not of nuturo. J o Hies of Hun do Ouvhlor were elegantly
If tho exhibition to bo given this ovening idctoiuted with flags uud flowers. I ro
is equal to this display of wax-work, it ' cessions carrying I unnevs und preceded liy
iliitldS Ol music parntieu uiu rui-uiD,iiiy.--Ingournilleaguesof
tho press and giving
will bo well worthy of attendance.
VuxAiti) IIorsK. W W Hayes,
Cox, M Floischhuner, W K Potter,
lngersoll, Clias N Walt, Portland: It S
Strahun, Albany ; K Y Judd, Hunfoid ; h
F Smith, GW Jones. John Jones, Pilot
, i .... ..f ii... i.t ti irnu
ifmi-, i it i' i-uv-o mm. i memo: i ii urosscu cui " .
w.,11.. w,iii,i. it f O.-IimIiv. We- !.i:lfi p. si., tho Princess using a
"" V r i . V i ,.. . . ...ui. .il....,nn.ld ivlilnli
...... I.niinu ITiirili.ll. .Iflllll IIU1SO. J U r tl VN IUI iiiiii"'- ..
W.t.dty ; Willi Hair, Kcho; Jus M I vlded for ttoK
Mon.I.l.,..A0 " 'lr Hoclctv . Gom..:n Ivw.-Squlro Dojow. v estou : . r j ,owIy diH,Kjrsed..
. -i. i ".till oi u inmiiiiiirn jnnii nioec. ioiivor; o .uuiuiivii.cv, .. i--- , .-. , .1.....1 inn r.i
'-.wm o tl, , . .T ' ) .. ., h ii- 11.. u'nii:,. Mm it li llnltH. I'ilio sireeis, nouiu., .....v.. . -.
MBJr.n. 1 ; '' " ...V 7 .. a " n ?ina leonlo until a Juto Hour 01x110 1 1111,
isma. TiVT i,fis!wion oi tno t-ouon unu i, '-, u,r'T,, Jnrrlilli0it nrocessions wero organized and
' olapuk." ' tello. A J Hloekdon. Portland; F Hunna, ! tore 1 MfT'X ,1,. rn-lilnncos wero
S 1,1a,lIc,0 Bi io ' f, 'Z-' l f V hoe ffir llV-1 u iuuteT Tho'wholo atrair passed off
t night. LP"t'r7 Kry SSa& vit Infect order and gocl temr.
rfful. 1 ton. I mfiuarCiTfTU
& -UUUUll IlMn ' . . ti - IK. vr.uiirlu I II 11 A 'Jl. IVU. UY JVC 4 t
WrT T Wled P on tho I owi.i IIouhe.-C 1 a'c. i'. riurkhurt. o Unn county, nd
&.!.! l'Al'Ka K iiXia'Ar'V. Catholic
& "vereV in choice Kansas Cityi O Black rnncherj r M fn Ytr J? brady ana Mri.'
ir pains. Potter, O V Atkinson, Union. MuUoney.
I vlcas for liberty, tho Imiwial family nnd
tho ulsjlitl Jii leaiiers. Ai ii o ciock i-. ji.
tho Princess Hegcnt urrived ut tho city
paluco, where un imuicnso crowd hud
congregated to await tho final uct in tho
abolition of Brazilian sluvory. Tho en-
FRAZER'S OPERA HOUSE.
Org Night Only.
Monday Evening, June 25th.
Hpccliil KiiKascinnnt of the' Kmlncnt Irish
T. J. FARRON.
In tho (Imitcct Ijuiuhliitf HueceuM or thoilay
Under the monuKomcut ot J. II. DoIiMiik
oJ-Amoii tho Minn rendoreil hy Mr. Knr-,
ron will be Mime that have mailo him ta.
liiou wherever the KiuIInIi laimmiKti U mk
kt'ii.lncludliiKiiuvli uvorlt'u,,.Mr JlctSir
thy," "HeincinluT, Hoy. Von'ro Irlnh," "The
Kxlie'N Latniiul," ''CoriMirul Miilcnhy,"
"Ihh, thu Ktrawlierry Ulrl," "Tim nuherly"
Manutacturer of and Dealer In
Harness, Saddles, Bridles,
Tents and Wagon Shoots
A V BEDROCK PRICES.
Odd Fellowi' Hulldlng, Main itreit. Ju3t
An Old-fashioned Barbecue, Foot
Races, Sack Races, Bicycle
Races, Climbing Greased
Will be some of the pleasantries to bo indulged in on Hint day.
Will bo erected on tho grounds for Dancing purposes, and tho
PENDLETON BRASS BAND
Which is under engagement, will furnish tho best of music.
A LIBERTY CAR
Howling Horribles "
Will bo features of tho Celebration.
Lend us Your Assistance
Fellow Citizens, and wo will enjoy together tho finest Colobru-
tion on record.
Is invited to come to bring their sisters, cousins and aunts,
their mother-in-laws, thoir wives and all of tho children. No
ono is too small, too largo, too dignified, or too modest to como.
Let all como and participate. It's to bo a day of sociability
Hip! Hip! Hurrah!
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