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.i.Alfl(Ol L.fw.i i.t tint a hi
' ,,on!! lout " ' I't'ii'tli't"". i
f.kifrn uriK1;1' l,.,..!,,!,, . Ho
Itpport of ComtnlMiw mi Btreet nnit Tulillo
Inilirovc'iiiciita-Orilliiiiiurii l'acl llllln
I Homo Trews Ccntorvlllo will not eclo-
bruto tlio rotittlt thlH your. After having
omo $!K)0 Hitbpci iboit ami Toiulleton Iiml
1 decided to colelmitu, it wan seen that col-
obratiotiH tit botli phice cou .1 not muko a At the regular meeting of tlio council
I success, and uh Teii(llctoi luul licen id- Thumluy evening, Mayor Matlock wua
i wiivh vill rniiri'Minlnil ut nut I'PlnlinitiniiH. 1,. .1... ..i;.,t. i H rn oi
, ' It M'nu tlinlttrliT l.nuf In Inf l'..twllm .... fuin I 11 .t. -I. 11 .1 i . 0 '
........ Uvu..v ..j- ivuuicuim una louniMVcro lirCKClll.
nln Piitittim tlin "iMHiiuint." Ontor- l) i i ii ' ,i
F .. i. nir. 'nil i - ;. . m;juivu iiiu uuiiiiiiuiL'uuii uruinuniu,
Ur.jon'''VCo. fH,,ouW ni 0 lcn,u?,1011 ll,ir'No. .which was its follow, wuh reutl
itiuu"" ,Mir , iiiiiii'r jii o" "" - i inu tuiimimuu on mrceiH mill mimic
i una I '-10 Hun. W. M. Lord and A. Hush improvements, to whom was referred tho
.....La ' uhirfntl iiHmrililv nvmiftit fn tlm ilfilwif lilutfnt nf fnimlntf unrl- t-..tw.t f.itn.t.lil..
r'Vif'ifm 1'oriiinxi' Ho will I uith tho intention of going to Portland, ! ami on motion said report was adopted ;
uui tor Homo reason tney cntiiigcu tneir i ami on motion uio recorder was ortlorcii
er will not celebrate.
.nt nnu reiu im ""-"
.fcel ami I-itolv adopted "i
.inMi.hed in this paiier.
i mm C. J. Hortoii lmvo ro
1 .i.. in tlm nictronolis.
tint) OlWH " ICCUiiu iu-iuu.-
Wuti in.iin ii. m.. at
hitmn,a jirominoni aim i-iub-w
tL favored Weston
nrei v , "
in town lu-ui.;.
imt ttunmll hourofor sale at
,t n exceedingly low price.
rcnH for f4 a nionui.
1 1 1 used for tho
II tion of the baseball boys and
their trip to Arlington
'f' . 1 .1.... I.. II. n
h of the grovq bulow town.
. truklbly tiCOlUC in lown nu
im their picture.
.Mai tu celebnito on mo
iJBly.and tho Kaht Oiikhosian
h, a Chinaman, has reliiscd
L ti ...ii- liri-iHi! for a doi! at
it .i,Art nr'ili.r u-iis broiiuht he-
hit Cri' "ml t"Cil live dol-
k-.it! lion dec i cil to celctirato
eh and 5th of July. A tiro-
L-ument will be new on mo
r..ni-li In llnnlv dotcrmiued
itUwwonlinaiH'o to the bitter
I Us who are interested snomu
i vvarain, and corral their
ntltwili'f brick has arrived
lu liotol. from Mr. llrass-
a Aditm, anil a lino looking
; it b. Work will now uo
kaaltaluti, apcared hcioro
ts t(Hlay on a chargo of, va-
iDrevnconot ieiiii paiiieu
I in l'endlcton, ho wub or-
I. ial lie wont.
Ian- ami Gooruu Hamilton
Isnby cn tho river, anil ro-
i "d-vuiiieniary evidence" in
! a lttxlidfiil of Hue trout to
Ii h.)ino at a r-aro barnaln.
deturtnro of tlio owner, wo
't inelegant renldoneo prop-
vtU'js with two lots, best
toi n, irico K'liOO. Apply to
d, reniiicion. w
vmix notlco tmbllsued In
i--it was Mated that James
Mi. Mahonuy were married
lUKco. It was a mistake
Ipat'ei ero Androw Urady
tor, ami no lees a tierHon
M Humor lus It that tho
tow, who rccentlv fomcd
Ivht: YA. Ciiiiiiniuus' name
IlKf: sundry debts unpaid In
rcrc irrerieu, one in iow
tvlherin Montana. Ouo of
Hurried tho day previous to
ridden bv u prominent
I'emiletoii, will, on a signal
i1r, joyfully kick up his
iwiig ulonir tho street.
r anxloudv awaltlnir
J the n a fill anlmid will
'ruk without the hIlmuiI. und
lilwrj-rimj fur the doctor.
I'from tho How cry KhiK-
h 'Mii-ami nail "fciappln
it-ftt, which was decided by
'i mm ixMPimitiirilv mi
nilniis and went to tho (Jardon C'itv tills
morning, porlmps to view tho fertilo val
loy of tho U'alla Walla. It is hoied and
believed that when thov doimit. thev
will carry away with their gripsacks u I their tdccpln
favorable improsslon oi f-astern Urcgon
and it.-i inhabitants.
Mr. J. II. l'urdy is In town from tho
Warm Springs, and reports a number of
campers at that favorite and health-giving
resort. Ho is unablo to oien his lio
tol. owing to tho present severo sickness
of Ids wife, who Is very low. A Fourth
of July celebration was arranged to tako
placo at tho Springs, but has fallen
through, owing to tho inability of Mrs.
l'urdy to entertain the pleasure-seekers .
W. J. Goodman died at I'ocahontas,
linker county, u fow days ago from ob
Htiuction of tho IhiwcIs, says tho linker
City Democrat. Ho had been a resident
of linker county for somo years und was
esteemed and'resiiected by his neighbors.
His remains wore taken chargo of and
given burial by his comrades of tho Q. A.
II. Ills earthly warfare o'er, may tho
old soldier rest in icaco.
Somo fine samples of wheat in tho sheaf
wero brought In to-day by John L. Cox,
from Ida ranch near Nollri. Let other
fanners follow his uxamplo, and let ico
plo know that Eastern Oregon is an ag
ricultural country which cannot bo
surpassed fur grain products.
The usual summer crop of vugs is bo
ginning to flourish, and promises to yield
great abundance. Two of the sjtecies
wero arrested to-day near tho depot by
Marshal l'rcuch,aud wuru given live days
in tlio cooler In Hccorder Crows to In
dulge their sad rellectious.
Tho teams crowded togethor at overy
hitching K)st, the countless number of
forms hurrying along the streets, and
occasionally an animated group gathered
about tin auctioneer, givwArondloton on
Saturday an appearance at leaof very
Quito n resectable looking band oi
cattle, belonging to J. I). I'eck, pasxed
through town to-day to grtuu on the ies
ervation rango South of town. Mr. I'eck
intends to rent them on hhares to parlies
whose names wore not obtainable.
The "Soap llubblo" will be produced
for tho tlrst time in IViulloton on next
Monday evening in 1'rar.ur's 0era Houho.
There nro a number of Pendletoniiins who
have witnessed tho play, and they pro
nounce It Immense.
The remains of Kay Knnis, who died
at Trinidad, Colorado, tho i.' 1st, will reach
here on this evening's past-ongcr train.
In all probability tho funeral will tako
placo to-morrow from the rcsldeiico of
.Mr. J. 0. Lensuro paid in Portland a
few days ago that tho Daily Hast Our.
uo.nian was "iKiterlng out." Tho Kaht
OitHdoNiAN Is not "potcrlng out" any
faster than Mr. Leasuro, says the K. O.
Send the Dally Kast Oiii:oxian to
your friends. Only one dollar will pay
for it until Novoinbor 15, 18H8, after the
Presidential election. Thoro is no taier
in Oregon so cheap, and It gives all tho
Hear yo, hoar ye, hear vo: Tho com
mltteo of arrangements of tho Fourth o(
July will meet at the Trlbuno olllco Mon
day evening. Important business, and
every member needed.
Through thooll'ortK of Will 0. Stlmson
eight Hubscrlljors wero socured tit Pilot
Itock for tho Daily Kaht Ohkuonian.
What other neighboring town will do as
An organization of solid fanners, tho
Orangers. are holding a picnic near Ju-
to draw a wutrant in favor of A. K. Cur
rio for fliOO.
The petition of enuilovers of the Fire
Department for tho privilege of moving
apartments across llie
Htieei was icau ami reierred to tlio com
mittee on Fire and Water.
Tho committee on claims reported cor
rect on the following bills: Neaglo llros.,
iw.ou; uub nurgy,
Tlio following bill
was referred to tho
claims: Henry Koncttka,
nipor to-day, probably In honor of tho re
cent blessing of Providence plentiful
ref,,ee. He took' the LOT u
puty, was lined and sot 11 'ilt m,! a V0w 1
u. teed for future "JJ
lt l!...Imuii. of Adams, will have
their stix-k of goods pold out by next fall,
mil will then doinut foot-free to tho
boominii city of tho sound Tacoina.
As pretty a trout us ovor wiggled a fin,
ono foot and a half long, wuh yesterday
Wa a jsiiiuugn wiiu a
miles up tho river.
Iouullon was in town to-day
rtyWnni.n.i pi v. ., : from Adams, ue wins iim iuwii imii.
t rShiin71'0!1 ,,a" 11,0 mma checlful
Z Kl.h'H of 1 iat story to toll ulioat "the eiops."
Felix Mitcholl, of Pendleton, lias or
K.ini7ed a brass band at Weton. I io v s
Its Weston every Sunday to glvo the
Sliced to como up, as a i ueiwury itibtructions.
; ld add materially to i T. J. Farron'n musical comedy, a Soap
') ceit ijratlen. i IJtililil J. at ilio ojiera uouso nui. """"'v
1 night, Juno 'Jain, rents on saio ai i-ioiuh-
IP tO l CIlllli.tr!! mi tlin
htljf,ftV lli,ll.i Tlw. .....
taa't como." It is to
i nine from Milne other
Mai tnn... . i.. ii...
I "lUl'a bov unll-o,! o,.. or'H
iioK-oro stood: Kast
lunnnil .K . 1 1
'i.So. Each 'team
Kngtatuhtcil on their
1 iUtland. Poveral crack
-Manil 1 amctton. mwi
f.'WtMMon .Wllm v..' . '
Ordinance No. , authorizing the
proper comnilttco to sub-contract with
Smith Stroud, was read for tho llrst
time and referred to tho comnilttco on
ordinances. Committee having reported
favorably thoreon, the, rules wore bus
Iieuded and tho ordinance read for the
third time and passed.
Ordinanco No. , to amond Ordin
ance No. 114, was read for tho second
time, and the committee having rejiortcd
favorably thereon, was passed.
On motion tho bond and contract of
Smith & Stroud, for tho extension of the
lovco was reait, approved und ordered
Tho following resolutions wero then
read and adopted :
WunitUAS. It appears to tho common
council that tho viewers heretofore ap
pointed to vlow tlio proporcd widening of
Court street, between Main street on tho
west ami Vincent street on tho east, and
to make an assessment of dumiige and
bcnellt, to-wit, J. M. Pructt, John Ca
boon and W. M. Heaglc, have met pur
suant to tho upiKilntmcnt of the council
heretofore made, but have beou unable to
act, owing to the failure to glvo proper
notice of the timo and place of such
meeting. It is therefore
Hesolved, That Saturday, tho 7th day
of July, at 1) o'clock a. m. bo assigned an
the time, and tho council room as the
place, for such viewers to meet, and that
duo notico of such time and place of
meeting bo given bv tho town recorder
for publication in each Issue of tho Semi
Weekly Kast OimtioxiAN, commencing
On motion tlio recorder was instructed
to draw a warrant in favor of the mar
shal for i'2 for the purpose of buying
lu-port of recorder was reau ami re
ferred to finance committeo.
On motion, recorder was Instructed to
drawn warrant in favor of Miss Hello
Crisp for t'J, in payment for copying.
On motion, council adjourned,
A VMi Mmy.
Sevoral beautiful gold-fish can bo ccen
atanytlmo swimming leisurely around
under tho spray V tho handsome foun
tain in tho window of tho Masonic lies
taurant, and uion this little incident
hangs a harrowing talo of docelt. Somo
parties wero talking with tho proprietor
about goldon-coloied tlsh, whon a by
stander walked up and inquired what
thoy wero worth in tho market. Ho was
confidentially informed that l.r0a dozen
would bo paid by tho proprietor for all ho
could catch, providing ho could onsare
somo larger ones. Ho was told also that
they were tpilto plentiful in the Umatilla,
aim that ho could easily mako a young
fortuno catching thorn at ll.GO a dozen.
Sooll'ho started, with book and lino and
lioofiil eagerness, and fished witji mora
determination than over fisherman an
gled before. The result of his dibits has
not boon learned, but it is to lie hoied
tlio toniptingnesH of his bult enticed tlio
innocent and iinHtisjiocting gold-llsh
across tho Pacific from the placid streams
of China, and that ho was therefore not
disappointed. People who load this will
bo reminded of tho fabled talo of Simple
Simon, the bucketful of water, and tho
largo whale ho didn't catch.
Tint IJit Act.
And now comes the last act of tho com
edv. W. J. Irishman, tlio barber, who
within ono week lias liecomo noted for
his peculiar eccentricities in tho matri
monial lino, haafallrninto deep disgrace.
For tho prst few days ho has been lg
iliif mill lhirrnwini! UlOllOV III ordor ti
drown his sorrow in tho flowing iKiwl.aiid
from appearances has successfully im
mersed about a ton of sorrowful sadi.ivs
This became monotonous, howovor, and
could not la4 always, so last night he w.is
incontinen Iv "run in" by tho heartless
nightwiitch,' and was brought before iio
cnidor t'rows this morning. After crying
pitooiifdv, ho promised to shako tho du'
of Pendleton from his feet and doi'.it. if
ho was released. On theso conditi ons ho
was discharged, with an order t. Umvo
nun Imml'llilltolV. So WO lllllll.' di-ll
rim imifcitn on tho last act f o.mlr
OUIt SUl'ltKMK UOl'ltT.
A Ti'riii iif tin Supreme Coin t Stinulit lie
lli'lil In Mmlnrii Oreaoii.
PkniilutoN, Juno -'Oth, 1888.
To (he Kdllor of ill.- KuU uroKOiilim.
It is a fact, admitted by all who are
Informed in the matter, that a largo part
of the cases in our State Supremo Court
are appealed fiom the counties consti
tuting Eastern Oregon. In territorial
extent, this part of Oregon is mote than
twice as largo as tlm remainder of the
State, and it is increasing in popularity
much faster than the Willamette Valley
or Southern Oregon.
Tho State Constitution provides that
one term of the Supreme Court shall be
held annually lit the Capital; but the
Leulslattitu may provide for lioldim: terms
at Portland or elsewhere in tho State.
Such a practice Is not uncommon In
other States, In California terms of tho
Supremo Court are held tit Sacramento,
Sau Francisco and Is Angeles. This Is
done to accommodate litigants, and it is
It sceniH to mo that this State should
lw divided into threo Supremo Court
dlstilcts. nnd ouo term of that Court
should bo held at Salem, ono at Portland
and ono at somo central imlnt in Eastern
Oregon. Tills arrangement would bo
much moro convenient than tho present
system, which conicls all cases to lie
heard at Salem.
Thin proponed arrangement might add
n little to tho cxcnso of tho State, but
tho Increased expenso would bo moro
than counterbalanced by tho convenience
resulting from the change.
A little might be added to tho present
miserably small salaries of tho judges, to
compensate them for their traveling ex
Pendleton would bo tho licst point ut
which to hold the term of Court for Kast
oni Oregon. It is mora centrally located
than any other town, and the legal frater
nity hero have moro law books than there
are at anv other lown in Oregon, except
ing Portland. Theso books coi'ld bo
utilized by tho Court. However, Pen
dleton docs not want to monopolize all
tho good things, and would not complain
if somo other fairly eligible point should
I have iKMincd theso lines for tho pur
pose of having tho tiucstion discussed.
Lot us hear from others. What does
linker, Wasco, Union and (Jruut counties
think about It? Pionixu.
fEn SLss 1l 1
TIIKNKW COW OKIlINANOi:.
Thr OI ti Ordlimnro ltrvliril Tin- Sim- I.v
U to ho l.'nrnrrril mill (,'nllln urn to ln
Kit on" or tlio hlri'ctM.
To amend Suction 1, and repeal Six.
7, of Onllnunco No. IM, entitled "Ordi
nanco No. Il l, To prevent animals run
ning at largo in the streets of the Town of
Pendleton during certain hours, ami to
repeal Ordinanco No. 1X1, entitled 'Ordi
nance No. (HI, to prevent animals running
at large in tho streets at certain hours.' "
Tho people of the Town of Pendleton
do ordain as follows:
Si:c. 1. That Si:c. 1, of Ordinanco No.
IM, entitled "Ordinance No. IM. To
movent animals ruuiilnu at lareeorlielni!
at largu in tho streets of tho Town of
rendleton during certain Hours, aim to
repeal Ordinanco No. IMI, entitled 'Ordi
nanco No. 1)0, To prevent animals run
ning or lielng at large in tho streets
during certain hours,' " lie, and the same
Is hereby, iinicnded no as to read us fol
lows: , , , ,
"Si:o. 1. It will Iks unlawful for any
person owning or having lawful losses
slon of, or control over, any cow, bull,
steor, holfor or calf, or horso, mare, geld
ing, colt or mule, to sufier or penult such
animal or animals, or either or any of
thoiu, to run, bo, or remain, at largo, or
to bo stra) ing, or standing, or lying upon
any of the streetB of tho Town of Pendle
ton, within tho corporate limits of said
Town, at anv time, either in the day or
night thno, except between tho hours of
six o'clock, a. m. and eight o'clock a. m.,
and six o'clock v. t. to eight o'clock v. .
Skc. 2. That Sue. 7 of said Ordinanco
No. IM be, and the same Is hereby, re
pealed. 8i:o. H. That this Ordinanco shall bo
and continue in force from and after its
passage by tho Common Council.
W. F. Matlock, Mayor.
U10 J jlstorn
Mas ma babies and
u vnn wnni in IniiL'h eo and see tho Li-,,,,,, tmt with nil its ridictil um.ois has
Soap Hubblo at tho opera house noxt I x uw touches of pat in and sadness, A
. .i In..1?ln.tl..! ! . .. . ! .....1 LAii.ip illiin nil
.londay nigni. ceais onpuiuui.i juii-1".. " u-ourthuip, mum.iKo ii ru(...... .......
While handling a pistol at Weston I in five days. Can any other town furnish
n . ii i...,i iAf. ii... mm tmirtii- .11 ,1 titiriiiim r
ueoruu i roeumei iuo. uw o-'-
tho left hand.
Work is progressing on t
T.-I.it ttmnnli nf tlin O. & W. T.
Mr. Ij. 11. Heedoristo no deputy coumy
clerk undor Mr. J. N. Young.
L"d, They will pluv and tho Now York World from now
UbtWOAn 4f. .1" " t .it . . xt . T a!a..MmiU
u vi .v viwiutwives. I in aiier 1110 ovuiiiir:i
vt l iti 1 11 1 I inn cuiiii' ii uum y . - -
IS and lirnfit. ' nnlv 7.i icmtH. 11 10 Daily
hi nf iw.'i'i.v iinni.ilnlno tlm ilUiuitchei
- v. W. , . ..f.l.., .UttlHiltlllf) " ,
W n ' length of time only fl.U'o. btanips in.i
'rjwy i nlted Statos Ailmsn : KASTOltEOOSIAN 1'UU. LO.,
WW n for "'Q Pendleton, Oregon
-v uuijit aim tut.
,7 ' 'i'l'ear before Judeo 1 't oil KuoukU to Vote.
Viixai:i HoesK 13 J AVilbtir, Moun
tains j Mrs Uino and daughter, Mrs Lao,
1 Grande j I- Ii Levy. 0 H Curdwell.
Portland; Joo Uarroti, J rWu "
I Jus I.leuallen, Adams; II F bwaggart,
(Joujkn ItuLE Geo IJugen,
'" 1 lv.Iiaci nifv v.i iimwn. JOi ii .liufiioy.
for .00. " V:, " r John'l'arker. W Tay-
an mono ; v '- :rT; ; v,.res. j f coibott.
East Outdo- i - ru"T mim Ame. Kinney
i.t hosumoific .o, v; ' xi a k':
irolan; ii w tinier, i.ub
Itr rw -v" er iior
k. - uii la ifnrni.i .,...1 .1. 1 . n!..
rm1 :. . iiiiu ul lii.b uiiildi i.n ...
1- ."""'Pes for KU'lllnn. utruvl lint pun in trnpsspll ttt i
v-jXr:' ?d just re- Scmuebville, Ore(io.v, Juno 0, ,1883.
i..! " HI roilPh nn.l 1 TVul.o Willi...,. Til
s Keep tt wnsequent
Uowmax Hoi'SE.-Fred Miller. V Win
sery. H 0 Myers, Portland ; G W Monks
T. if (irecir. .ioniana, uun ';v
II Gregg. Montana; Jas Jilacic, ij
IJffl I... I . ... . I !...
r over T.or-, The following epistle lias wen rece. cu , . -'"Tni.-f Arnold. Custer & Co ;
itH meaning miioum'-," r Arnn. 1 Grande:
va Afnnfan. Mo: Mrs Isaac Bowman,
p,r irinVIno! A 8 Tliomiison,
iiionn htarea inai iio-nuu, nv -i.-v.' in n...'..in
"lacked ihreo fears twnonths and ten Warm Springs; J cam g-
McllHIAN III I'flHlleton. OmuMU. on I'll-
ily,.liini IfSf, Mim-y i-. .nmuiiin,
.17 yvnrM,3 iiionIIu ami 17 ila.
I'ATOIIKN At lli ielilnn-o of liU mo-Ill-law.niiirlos
II. :aiiiitii-ll, In -on Ii Oolil
HprlHK.of lit-nrt illmmku, llmili l riilulmn,
liitorl t'lirllnvlllc, IHIiml. ' ' oiko of 77.
Allhouifli a stranger iii a siraiiKu lauu
such kindness aid an I HViiijnithy wero
gtVeil lll'll IU lllinil li-ll u uxrjrn
pipliilv Ih-ir ..t;' d- lo tho kind
'fiii'iidi wiiu did .11 i i liielr powor to
1 lighten the hcav - n m that has fallen
i SKW Til-IAV.
! Look Here!
! Tho timo 14 xnon ut hniid when Pendleton
win ceio'i'iuu mo
Vou' cannot cnjebnite tucctnnfully wltliout
ili'ncthliiK In inko ii nolle, llulit up tho
hruvt-ni, mul crfida a eiikulloii. Inore
fore you will need
Kvcry man nnd boy ihouM have them, and
nicy can ohlulii uooU onei ut a low
The Blue Front,
MAX JlAEIt, - - Proprietor.
' There you can obtain
Roman Candles, Skyrocket,
And In ibort, every variety of Fourth of July
Court Btreet, - - Oppoilt Court-Houne
Nation s independence
An Old-fashioned Barbecue, Foot
Haces, Sack Races, Bicycle
Races, Climbing Greased
Will bo somo of tho pleasant vica to bo indulged in on that day.
Will bo ereetod on the grounds for Duneing purptMO-j, and tho
PEHDLErOH BRASS BAHD
Which is under engagement, will furnish the best of music
A LIBERTY CAR
Howling Horribles "
Will bo ibaturas of tho Celebration.
Lend us Your Assistance
Fellow Citizens, and wo will enjoy together tho finest Celebra
tion on record.
Is invited to come to bring their sisters, cousins and aunt,
their mothor-in-laws, thoir wives and all of tho children No
one is too small, too largo, too dignified, or too modest to come.
Let all como and participate It's to bo a day of sociability
Hip! Hip! Hurrah!
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