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DAILY.
DAILY
4, ST nil t voir WANT.
a riti:i: Mint it.
I'titt-titt nf tho llidly or Soml-W't -kty
HAST (lli:im.I,N ran fro. Ij iimlu.
of tho I.ASr (MtDdOMAN lllumy wlion
over th.-y no ili'xlri'. Tlir puliHe urn cur
dlutly luvltrd totlult tin. oltlri- uhnioror
ii liidlni'il.
I .,,.B,.,rnliil mnnry omtiiiiiim will
cmnowiinlll irii' tho MMombrr
r"m ... ... .,.1 lift v rant will imv
'"lyKASr OUUOONIAN for tho
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OEEGON, MONO AT, JULY 2, 1888.
NO. 104.
HE TARIFF
Hus been taken oft both
roolen and Cotton Goods
Not by Congress, but by '
OTHCHILD & BEAN
And they now offer their Largo and Complete Stock of
RYG0ODS,CLOTHING,fo
AT-
USE TRADE PRICES, for CASH!
janiine their goods, get their prices, and convince yourself
t tk above are not mere assertions, but that they will sub-
ttlatc what they claim. I heirs is not an "Infant Industry,
efore they have discarded Protective Prices, and will freely
It competition from all quarters. They carry a
in ml Merchandise Stock
Consisting of
aple and Fancy Dry Goods, Men's Boy's and
unuaren's uiotning-, jmrnisning Goods,
Mens Ladies and Children's Shoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
and Glassware, Groceries,
Hardware, Etc.
LSH PUltCHASERS CAN SECURE BARGAINS
ilia Real Estate & Loan Association
Lonoi: niiiKcrouY.
7SW
ITO.N,
pKNM.KTON CIJAlTKIt NO. 2.1, It. A. M.
ffi.r.,!ieiri,,it!,i,'t M"ollc Templo on tho
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T-UNZIK LOIjaiJ NO. SI, A. K. A A. M.
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mkan, . M.J W . K. I'otwink, Kcretnry.
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J .Meet 1 In tho Miuotilu 'iVmpIo on tlin
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LTAIIMONY LODOK NO. 51. 1.-. nw
XI Mntitlli O1I1I Killnvii Hull
liny nvrnltiir tit TM o'plwlt. .!.(!. I.ttAMiinit
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TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS.
HAMON IvODflKNO. i. K.
1 Uiiti ronowM' Mull
Ol'l'. Meet In
lil'ttri' wruln.Mluu
rVOIllllir III Tl.10 llVlonk. M. Mnunirin I
11. liAHKir.i.u, it. in u, nini H.
It ,...VA,.Ml?Jf..lV.WT A mcoi lit
... wiifwuTniiHiioviiry Tinirniiiiy nielli
II. H. VAKn.K, Coiiimuihlcri J, h. Iiowkn
viijiiiiiih.
Notary and Corporation Seats
In Pondloton,
OR ONLY FIVE DOLLARS EACH,
Tho tmiinl prlco for lonla inndo by oilier
pnrtlm, In 1'ortlnnil or tho Kan In from 10.00
7.00, ulth oxprani iIihiki' aiMcil. If you
red 11 neat, iioml your order to n, and iitvo
from J2.fM)to $1.00 thereby.
East Oregonlan Pub. Co,,
mlil I ilt ( Pendleton. Orenon.
COUNEK MAIN AND WEI1II STREETS,
.East Oregonian Building,
PENDLETON, OREGON.
Ne?ot!atctl and Hunts Collected.
Monoy to Ionit on Country unci Town Proiwrty
lej Ttken on DejioHlt und Loaned for CiiHtoincrH.
' Will inuko FilingH on GovernincnH Umdn
f Contest j leforo tho Und Doiiartmont a Sceitilty.
Town und Country l'rojicrty Bought and Sold.
laatlon (urnlnhed free of both Railroad and Government land.
AbntractH of Titlo furnlnhcd, and Convcyandnt; attended to.
" tt u Agents for Non-Renident on ReuHoimblo CoiiiiiiIhhIihi.
I.onn-Tiino Iana tuuilo l'roniptly on Farm IiiuIh
U Assistance of E verv Kind fiiriilslioil.
UMATILLA REAL ESTATE & LOAN ASSOCIATION,
Pendleton, Oregon,
treat Western Bakery.
AND
DINING ROOMS,
M. Git A TZ, Pi'opilelor.
FIEST-OLASS
MEAL!
-FOR
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS!
XlOE, CLEAN BED FOR 25 OR 50 CENTS
Fresh Eastern Oystors, in Every Stylo!
DAT A "NTT) TTr-THR
Mihi Street, near Postojflce, Pendleton
J.
The attention of the trade is
invited to our
NAVY BLUE, HOME RUN,
CORONA IMPERIAL, AND
LEADER CIGARS.
Dcst sellers in the market. At
retail everywhere. Wholesale
only by
ison, Ehrman fc CO.,
Portland, Oregon.
NO Ni:VM I'ltOM MOUNT HOOD.
Tho Illiimliintlnir 1-nrty nut llnml I rimi
Clouily V-ithiT I'rnlmlily lha Onilno,
l'oijTi.A.M), July oNn (.Idiials an vet
ivo ih;uii received irom llio Alotmt Iloocl
inuininatiinr party which left hero hint
iTiuay. idnmirt oiincurcd tho horizon
jTBionmy ho mu iiellonratili could not I
uhciI. llio Hatno condltloiiH Iat niuht
jirovemcu pyrotechnlo HlnnulH. Tho
jiroMH'elH for Hi(;nalH arc not bright IIiIh
uiuriiiiiK, a mu eun isonly m Blglitoo
uuriuiiuiiy.
A lHJKi: Kit I, I..
A Newly Mnrrlnil Itukii OH tnu Kuinfnr
It It i' ran c.
lw ohk, July 'J Tho Duko of JIarl
Dorougn, wnc married Mm. IlanimorHly
an rotNirtcd in tliefo iliHiiutchuH Satuidav
uot full at n (llmicr l'Uimi Iiv llmirv
ClowM at Dolmontco'H Saturday night.unil
mo inuium 01 mu nowiy marrieil eoiiilo
wore ohliued to hoikI him In Mm Imlid In ii
drunken Htupor, whllu tho brido had to go
uiuiiu iu nf r ruHHience,
A OAMIl OP 1 1 ASK ItAI.I,.
Tho I'lirtlunilii Heat til. Wllliiinellen-.V
Mun Htriirk hyii llxll mid liijurril.
roiiTi.ANi). Julv 2 Tho WllluiiiRllPH
were deleated liv tlio rorllumlH vcNionliiv
tho Hcoro Htanilfni: ! to 1. CatchirTnrn
hull, of tho Willamette tiinu. wiimIuuIIv
hurt by being Htruck on tho head with a
uau.
tiik m.oitious rouiiTii.
Ntnttlo 1'rrpiirliiK In C'olrliruto In Mint
fltiirloiiH Mi In.
l'oHTI.ANI). Julv 2. l'ronaraHoiiH urn
lttlng made in httokano. Seuttlo anil
Ulympla lor lininiMihu demotiHtratlouH on.
tnu -iiii. At fteattlo uru'o erowi Ih aro al
ready urrlvlng ami it iH Htatcd that tho
celohration at tho (lueen City of tho
Sound will bo tho fluent over on the
count.
.MISTAKEN FOU A IlKKIt.
Olio Jlmi While HutliiKMItukrii Auutkrr
fur ii llror with 1 'it I ul Itrnulla.
Loh Anoki.km, July Whllo two men.
numed 1'rayer & lluhkell, wero huntliiK
near l'aiadenu on Satmdav. Ilupkoll
mixtook IiIh comnanion for a ik'urand
nliot him dead iu bin truck". A coroncr'H
ury exotieroled HuHkcIl from ull blame.
At Oellynlnirif Ari'Io-
Gkttvhih!U(i, I'k.nn., July 1. Tho
HtrcotM aru crowded and completely
filled with maHHOH of humanity. A thou
Hand of vetcruim have rovlnlted tho but
tle ground and weru uddrcxHcd by (ion.
lxmgHtreut.
WANIIINOTON I.KTTK1I.
re.lilnul Clevi'liinH'n I.rtter or Arcwp
tiincf Itiivrium llefiirm Itn Join tho
lloinorriitlo I'uriy Mil. C'Uveliuul A
(hind Vtk' Work.
Waniiinoton, Juno 22, 1888.
Mr. Cleveland bun ulready written bin
letter of accoptanco. It will probably bo
made public next week. It Ih nuld to Ihi
Htrong document.
Chairman Patrick CoIIIiih Iiuh called a
meeting of tho commltteo aponted by
tho St. JjOtilri convention to notify .Mr.
Clovelund of bin nom:natiou, for tho 2ilth
liiHt. In turn city. Un tliu huiiio day tlio
.Nutlonul commltteo will meet hero and
organr.o for tho campaign. Judge Tliur
iiiun will ulno bo hero and preparation
are Iwing made by tho local DemocratH
for a big ratification meeting on tho
evening of tho namo day ut w hich it Ihcx
K)cted that Judgo'i'burman will make a
Heeeh.
Verily tho good work of rovenuo re
form goeH on. Tho latent recruit to tho
raukH iri lion. A. 1. Fitch, who wuh
elected to tho present CongroH uh a Ito
piiblican from ono of tlio Now York city
ilifltrictH. Republican oppofltlon to rev
oiiuu reform bin caused 111 in to oncnlv re
nounce bin allegiance to that party, und
I to muke application to tho Tammany So
'cietyofNow York for memborehip. .Mr.
'Fitch xuytt that war taxeH in tiino of
iieaco aro more than bo can Htund. lie
I wants to belong to tho Party which Ihi
, Moves in collecting Hiitlicient taxes to meet
tho neccsHury oxiiensoH of economically
conducting tho government. Unit want
has naturally brought him into the ranks
of tho Democratic party.
Attornoy (Jeneral (iarland has recov
ered from his recent illness,
Mrs. Cleveland wilj ojn tho Ohio
Centennial Exiiosition at Cincinnati ut
12 o'clock. Julv -1th.
Senator Voorhees will deliver tho un
nuul address to tho literary hociulius of
l .1 1 1... tl I.. I.. ...... n I....
ThM Hnr nira Hre l.iau fill V tua eU In i .":v """Vr'V. -
.Mouiiiaiiu, pikiii iiiiitii kuuiueuai
W.D.Hansford&Co.
Deiilera In
Hardware and. Tinware
PUMPS AND PIPE.
PLUMBING Promptly Dono.
MAIN HTItKKT, VKNOLCTON.
A ihureof the publto patronnge la aollelted
niclil-itA.w
Cblcago Es greatly enloyed by the Demo
t cratis here.
, Congressmim Timothy Campbell, of
New ork, made a bet with ex't'ongtecs
man l'ago, of California, of $5,000 that
Cleveland and Thurman would earrv
Now York. Slnco that was published
every limit brought hnndreiM of lottern
front New York. Democrats asking if they
can get any mora liets like that one. So
far, iMr. I'uge in tho only man found who
Is willing to contribute $5,000 to help
I....... .... .1... I- I !!... .. 1 1.1 ' '
IM.UII l lin.-lllAIllllf; PlllllOI IIIH jiuriVa
Tlio House ban done a good weeW's
work on tho regular appropriation bills,
and there now seems to be a nrotiablllty
that ull ot them wilt be passed by the end
oi mo current useai year, Juno ;:otli. in
deed these uicanurcH have been pushed
uiDiig so vigorously notw ttiistamiing tlio
aiisenee oi so many Jtopunncait iiieinl.ers
who are at Chicago, that the remark bus
oeen made that "tongresH can work
nciicr ami ucco nni s i mora without u
iiuorum Hum Willi it."
.More "pairs" aro iu oxistoneo this
week: in both tho Senate ami House than
wero ever on record liefnm n! mil. tii.u.
Tho Chicago Convention isthoeausoof
It.
General Sheridan'M condition has eon
viii:i:i.imi into mm:.
Tho
tinned about the same for tho past week.
lhoro w no deeideil improvement, but
tneru- luw fieeu no return of heart failure,
w IiIcIl for n time occurred ut InlervulM nf
every three days, and consequently the
dlstiugiiisbed patient and tils family are
noieiui.
Commissioner Wrk'bt. of llio I.nlx.r
bureau him submitted estimateH ul'l'io-
gating $l):i,ri)0 for the expenses ot the
new iJepanmeni ot i.ahor lor tlio next
llscal year, of which IS .7-10 aro for mil
arlcH. It Is thought that Mr. Wrldit will
bo put iu charge of the new department.
At usi a siaiuo oi uciijumin l-rauklin
is co ue erecien in mis eny
WiilU WiiIU Cuiinly Iiino'rllo I.i'ii-uo
SatunLiy nluht. Juno.Wth. a laruo anil
onthuslastie meotiug of DemocratH was
lield in Walla Walla city for tlio purjKiso
oi organizing u ucmocniuc emu. iie-
reseiuauvcH were present irom walls
burg, I'a-scott and tho country preclnclH.
mo mcciini: was ca led to order liv
Ilenrv KellitiL'. clialriiiun of tho Cmmiv
Committee and Gen. James McAuliir and
II. S. lllandford wero chosen temporary
hairmun and secretary, rosnuetlvnlv.
Followlni! tho transaction of tho usual
preliminary business, the Walla Walla
County Democratic League was made a
ermuiicnt organization by tho election of
mo loiiowiug olllcerri: rresident, Hon.
II. L. Sharpstoln; Vice-rresldeiits, D. E.
I ledger, J, R. Addison, J. F. Cropii anil
J. if. uaidweii: ecrclarv. M.S. n and
lord: lreasumr, l harleH ilonry.
The Club then united with thu Na
tlonul I.eaguo of Democratle Clubs and
lected Ilenrv Kel iuif runresentativo on
tho National Gonoral Committee.
I ho ecnenil and familiar nrineinles of
wemoeracy uro llio nasis ot tho Walla
Walla Club, and by uuitiim with tho
rumonui jxniguo tno orgamration iihso-
utely pledged itself to thu followinu
lecille measures :
First That thu uonoral uovorument
shall not uso its ower of taxation for tho
lienellt oi Individual or class Interests.
Second I hat wo endors tho measurcH
recommended by tho President of tho
I nited Sbites in his message to Congress
ut tho opening of tho present session,
und that wo favor HiH'edy and effective
legislative action to curry tho sumo Into
radical eiiect.
Now York Hun .('li'trliind mid Thtlr-
iiiiiii and (lowrinir lllll.
From tho 1ml-vlllo t'ourlor Joiirmil,
The Now York Sun seems disposod to
lepudlato the St. Louis platform, and to
opjioso Cleveland, but to glvo Thurman
us ardent it nccullar sunnort. o trust
that this support will not prove us disas
trous as its mipiKnt of ltutlur in 1881.
iu extenuation ot .Mr. iiiurmau wo
must recall thu fact that no one Is more
loyal or more entluiHlastiu than he In
suppoit of tho head of tho ticket and
tlio Sun will not have from Mr. Thurmun
any encouragement iu its opposition to
Mr. Cleveland.
l'erhaps the old-thno Democracy of tho
Now Yoik Sun may bo aroused as it con
templates the lecoul of Mr. Thurman.
and yielding to tlio foimally expressed
wishes of an over-whelming "majoilty of
thopaitylt may jet ndly to tho support
of Cleveland, 'Ihurman und Reform as
Gov. Hill has done.
The Sun is right when It declares that
"alt tho seniorH und the luniors who ent
their iKjlitlcal relluion fiom Miuilieeilo
und tho Hermitage and Greystono, and
not from China or England, aio strolling
back Into camp to welcome Thurman.
1 lie liolilk'ul rolhiinu of (Milnu in exelo.
sionj living within itself; building a
great wall about thu nation, and refusing
tho lieuellfs of international eommerco.
I hut. too, was the I'.iil'IIhIi mercantile
system until Cobdeu und llright battered
down tho tin III' walls.
1 ho teachhiL'H of Jolletwn. of Jackson.
of Tilden, wero all in tlio direction of a
creator freedom of trade, and to this theno
leadetH IrroviM-ably committed tho party.
u was mo iiiiiii tuev deieuded on nollt-
Ical and economical giounils. Hence,
when the party assembled In National
Convention declare It to bo tlio purpose
of the putty to refi nn thu turilTunu re
duce taxation, truoDomooratMovory where
rally to tho Hiipixitt of tho ticket and of
the platform.
rhls is tho view of Gov. Hill, of Now
York, who wuh for sovurul davs tho favor
ite of tlio Sun us a candidate for Presi
dent. In uti address Tuesday night ho
said :
"Wo favor freer trade, but not freo
trade. Thu Dumocratla platform, while
not iu every respect as some of us inMit
deslru it, HullUieiitly oxpiesseH tho prin
ciples of tarlll' reform to w hich wn urn nil
committed. If I thought that . our plat
form favored freo tnule. I should not tin
hero to-night. I liellevo iu an Intelligent,
fair and honest revision of the tarlll', a re
vision in favor of the eoplii, and not of
tho mouoKillstH. Wo nmy dlller
niton tho details of tariir mcasurus. but wo
uru ull ugroed Umjii thu main uuiliosson
tlal principle of our platform, which Ih
that uunecessaty taxation shall ceuso.uml
that favoritism shall not lie tho control
ling feat uro of our tarlll' legislation,"
Theie declinations of renewed devotion
to Domoomtio principles and Democratic
nominees como within tho first week fol
lowing tho National Convention. Thov
indicate the illsixisltlou of tlio party.
Prodigal sons will bo received with open
arms, not hecausu they mu produml. but
liecauso they uru reieutuut.
liu Nl.
To tho Kdltnror the ICiwI Onuniilinii
Doe" Itlu-es has sold his cuttle to W.
II. Itahb.
Andy Sullivan Is East sellliiL' horsea-
that ho lookback with hint.
Several of our ellleiiH will bo in your
Third That thu civil service Iiiwh cl.y on Wednesday, celebrating the ul-
.ted shall ho main- nous "l ourth."
hlch have been enucti
talneo, and tho com so of the Democratic
administration of President Cleveland In
his
enforcement of
Hidaway Hot Springs.
M. Ht'OTT, Proprietor.
W.
fldaw
VAN SCHUYVER & CO.,
me aud RiiTit.TVrmraaTits.
,F"0NTST. . . . PORTLAND. OREGON.
-AGENTS
T0 BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING
S Wis ) EXPORT PILSNER BOTTLED BEER. ARCA-
aPIIINf tl I tl r- r ....... ... .... . uninr ai I
OunTon,o.r.?,r,cl1AL "AifcK, (waukensaw, vts.) vtunc uli
tY U PNSARDN CHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Label.) ju23 daw 3m
HlH lllllO
of Alha, In Cnmaa Prulrlc.
Thl Hummer Hcort will to open for tho
reccpiKi'i of liucati on und after July Ut, mid
pertotiao ntoinp allnif a fcuiumer trip could
OHIO IKilier limn viaii liironium
Apniiiinixlatlniia are millile and ry-
ttnni; will be done lo make icueau comforU-
uie.
Tho climate l dclUhtfuI, the water pure
and exci-lleiil, and hunllnK llml-cluaa.
Terms Reasonable.
Prop.
W. M. SCOTT
j 1 12 2m.
ROBERT BOND
DBA f KH IN
BEEF, PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, SAU
SAGE, DRIED MEATS, LARD.
Court Hlreel, opplte J. II.BhoeinakerU.
mchlOdaw
Tho President und Mrs. Cleveland will
utteud, leaving und returning hern on
tho sumo dav. Voorhees also intends to
bo back to Washington in time to make
u sieocli ut tho ruiitlcutioii meeting Tues
day night.
On Tuesday last Secretary Ilayard sent
totholiouKi of Representatives u letter
from Count Arno.tbo German minister to
the L'uited States, In which the count
states that ho duly tramouitted to bin
government the resolution of tho House
of tho loth hint., expressing sympathy
with tho Gcrmuu nation on account of
tho death of Emjieror Frederick. Tho
resolution was, ho says, laid beforo Em
peror William, who was deeply moved
thereby, und instructed him (Count
Arao) to thank tho House of Representa
tives through the government of tho
I'nlted .States for their manifestations of
regard.
Tho wrangling of tho Republicans ut
Interpretation and
those Iiiwh upheld.
Fourth Tliat thu combination of cor
porations, through trusts or otherwise,
tending to destroy couiot!tIon, endanger
(lie rights oi individuals, and ereutu the
monoilles which uro chief factors iu thu
corruption oi our legislative and miiulci
pul IkmIIch, should bo prohibited by strln
gent laws.
Fifth That tho agricultural public
lamiH snail do prosorven to uciuui seniors
for settlement under tho homestead laws,
und wo recommend a continuation of the
olibrts of tho present Administration to
reclaim thu lauds heretofore granted to
coniorutions, so fur uh thu sumo can bo
legally dono.
Thu roll of mcmlicrshlp wuh opened
und sovonty-nluo signatures wero ob
tained, und tho number reached the 100
murk Sunday. A ringing seeth from
W. F. Uutchor, of Ceutervillo, und re
marks by local sjeukcrs closed tho meet
ing. Tho manut'ers of the club tiroixiMi in
oen pleasant and convenient headquar
ter rooms, und Democrats of Umatilla
county uro cordially Invited to make tho
homo of thu Wulla Wullu County Demo- falling latho Eurocuu level, why do thev
emtio league their headipiartera when In not fall now to tho Eastern level? Tlior'o
f fUll. I IIUIIUi
N. S, Chuppol has none to Snokano
l ulls with thirty head of horses, which
ho Intends soiling,
II, I', .MH'ulmuuh has returned from
tho Dig bond country, where ho him
taken bis stock In order to seeuio iMtttor
range.
illlum Wurner Ih expected in from nn
uxtendud tour through tho Long Creek
und Cunvoii City country.
vt. ii. luinn hus ins ruco stock ut
Wulla Wullu for tralnliiL'. Ho ronortH
IIkuii iu lino condition.
J. A. ulker wuh iu l'oillund uh u del-
egatu to the Grand Uxlgo of Good Turn-
plurs,
survey tiL' imrtv of (1. v. IIunt'H wuh
huro ii few dayH ugo, survoylng u lino In
tho direction of lleppnor. They ulso
went through Foster.
Truilliu IOVerlil 'o. u elillil of N. lviir.
idgo, hus lieon very nick for nomo time.
WuKr. Hud Tuit a.
Krnm IheHau Kru ucUco llxiiiiilncr.
Our hluh tux coutemiMiriirles bavn
much to say aliout tho illU'erenco between
wages in California und In EuroM), lint
they never mention tho dillerenco be
tween California and tho Eastern States.
II the larlil is all that kcei wauos from
Albany Humid: Ono duy lust week,
Luyton Ilinklo, who lives nlxuit twelve
iiiIIch southeast of Monmouth, saw u deer
standing iu his door yard und of course,
under such circumstunces, concluded ho
would tuko down his little gun und put a
bullet through it. Mr. Ilinklo brought
tho deer down und on uoinu to its side
noneea unotner dean deer
is no turliriu thu way.
A mud! oi ull work in Sail Francisco
gets $2.5 a mouth ; thu sauiu girl in New
ork would golf 12; yet tho same turlll
Ih In force in both places. A cansmlnr
In San Francisco gets $1 u duy; In Now
York thu same man would get $2 60 ; yet
the same war tuxes uro In force theru
us her. . It Is evident tliut tho high wugcH
provulcht lieio dnpeml on Honinllibiif
ebo tliuu tho turlir. und It follows that
.1M.n lit'.
Upon oxiimination it was found that he ' aebangoiii Ihojtarill' would not necessarily
killed lKith ut ono shot, the ball entering ' ul,IL't't 'u"-
mo puck oi the nrst ami passing through
und going into tho next standing ut his
side. This wuh u double killing.
Wo usk even' reader of the Dally and
Semi-Weekly East Ojhwoman to en
deavor to Hceuro ono w more campaign
HiibscrilicrH to it. Semi-Wcokly, to No
vember Hi, 1888, 76 centrt, Daily, $1.2o.
Wullu Wulla Statesman: Iu order to
Induce outside teams to come, u si;tial
raco has 1h-ij arranged, In which thu
home teams will not tuko pint. Our lire
men have no disKslt!iin to "hog every
thing," If we may Imi allowed to Introduce
a new phraso, und will trout visiting lire
men ho well that they will be gliul to
como again.
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