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JULY 0, 1883.
TIIK VOtfUTII IN l'KNIl,KTON.
Tim I)ny;wpll OIMreil-A well Delivered
Ilerlnrntlmi An Kliiiiifnt Oration-Tim
well tVlel.rnto.l-Tlie Celebrntli.n n Hue- !"Cm ,Lan "M0tK number of
imp. iuu ing wouldn't run, n
of catching thp greased pig and cliuiblnu 1
niu Kii-upuu kjio. which uro n part uiul
parcel of every Fotitth of July, were of
eourso inilulucd In, to tlio Inflnito amuso-
TIIHV CHMIHItATIi TOO,
LD1''" A I .!, '1'tt,.... I. ... .... 1.. . . I'UIU 4in U1II11I it'll Il
. m - iiu tint a. i itTni in v fiimit iiiiiifiiiir i tit -
H- f,.om t'i,0 .... '.,-, -v,,: r ."t arrcn, w no captured the fo pr .o. Kni-
Wr, Bi. oat. .. . n. :.".0!. V l.lul..!:0 1,n I8 pf various kinds, with doiirt street
.orfnoii.. --- ,., . ,,. " Y'"W" " wrv lllf 11H t in fill-...,. ,, i -
HniPi"1'-" .i ti..iiiMir. iiu will I in i'iivhiuuiii it unnt rnuiiittif t ai.i . viuimi vuiiv,vicki i
,,f lmimi - - Ii,...,tliliti. mill (....!!.- .i . Mill 1 UIimt'MJIl. Wlinflini- if if.iu
. - i1k!1M in it n"i"M"'" iiiHiiiiiir ruin iiiiiiriiiiii mill t .i 11 wa n. !... : " i.viim in min i
. Il"'l' " ' II.. li. itinlf n iim'iiii uiiwuiwi, IWUI lilAllIU illlWIIl-l . .11.. 1... a . 1
.. i k..rnti t c t'nun . n iim ' a. i f t. . . - i uiiiinimii v uirLrn inr n imiri n m .1 11 it n . 1
in 1 mm 1 11 iiu. uu 111 ' -.-- v- mr.uii r im nivuu 111 1 1.. .... n . . i, t
- 1 wiii'ii ' -""..i.. 1.. ....11... 1. 1 . . . t 1 viii miuii in 11 11 iv nun 11. 111 11 1 11 111 ir u na vnri
was kotit ni. imd
ladu of llrccruckcrH
ovurytliltiK was oxeltomont, bustle and
contusion, liuraUling appropriately tlio
near imnroaeli of our nut ona in i nv.
, ,,,., .,i,,.r lint bed-tlmo came tit last for most of tl'io
me i" . crowd, anil peoplo Hotilit a placo of rent,
rrcjmiK k"'""" m onior mm mo morrow m lMiI wi i im
:,umi. In'or 5 cents a K'ass. fresh, viirorous. elastic cunaliln f n
.-.uwi - . .1.. - . 1 -
(iiv U iigitullii),' the quest Ion ol morougii enjoyment of
.4.(1. TUB CBI.KIIRATION DAV.
hnlMfl'l' ill visit Soutlicrn which oMjncd bright, clear and promts-
Mt month. ins. The tlusty wind of the previous cvo- of
1 r ii.n i i riiiurM v vim uii!?n 1 iiiiili 1 11111 iiinimi H'jiriMi . 11 11 11 1 nit mii nirn 11 t i m
nrii u imv - 1 1 t 1 ' . v i t
ntlLIHIII. i nimwPU llVJliiniUll iiiu IIIIIIIUUUII 1)1 11 iiuv
ork.ii" t .t,.i(..i.i..f r
obstreperous in its demonstration of pa-
uiuiimii s iiiuu. a nunuiod men
armed with clubs could hardly havo kept
uio uruwu on 1110 iracK. much whs i ik
oxcitement, and it purged to and fro In
waves of humanity, seeiniiiglv run wild
wiui eiiioyineni ana oxniinriitton. IJur-
injt tho llremen'H race, which was won
Tile Imlliiin Crli'lirutd I lie l'ourth In Unuiil
After a most pleasurable drive yoxter
day wjth a party of ladles and gentlemen
tho Kamt Uhkiioniax reporter arrived
111)011 tho immilils (.cli'dcd Itv tlin Imlhiiw
I for their gieat l'ourth of.lnlywariiageant.
iu 10111K1 men, squaws, norses ami
wagons grouped together promisciiotislv
in a sklit of small timber, Ukii tlio res'-1
ervatlon, some ten miles Hust of I'enillo
ton, thros miles bovoud the agoncv. Tho
Indians Hail in-oit invited to nart ci-
iato in tlio celebration of the'
I-ourtli at Pendleton, but thoy preferred 1
the oticn Held, away from tho haunts of 1
the civilized while man, probaply bwause
in tccnlng with'
it is moro
their flcrcu. nntiinioil
while it might bo needed
to their own nppieriation of tho
nil. niiri'nmn ni nviirt rin.n
I. .1 ulwi HW.1II1 IiriCCn Hv JU- ......... ..iwm- i . mtu
if . ... I' rliw itnf Oltt Sa 0. w nui.k u i hi uu itmj- iuu, ... h.. v...... ...... umuuin o
l!o A ... if,n, 'flm HtrcetH wero soon again allvo with tho band, which, added to tho
Ijjw ik "V i :' i "-.' ........." aniinuted iicoplo, eager for tho beghinini: the crowd'H congratiilatloiis in
eml days no i oI tho day's festivities. Tho oiorclses of yells, mado a perfect nan
wnrn nimiinil In 11 nntmnrt nf tniftrtit ntwu
lorA-t tlio bargains at lliishco h n ti,u i,nmi stund-thoso old, patriotic
,v P .i . !.. tint. tit mill I .1. .i t m t
in t tui"pi o j ..hv van ui'i'iui'iKiiu vii uvi.ii -
" I ul.iiu lll.n. 1... ll..... ll. ...
Piunn iiivu nun, mil, IUU1I llirill IIIU I It'll I L
I I.. II.. .....1 .iliiuulfiirn I iflfli ttfl.lit .f n.ii.Ui A ll.. ..1 ..
KiriTiin ll 1111 f,itn-Tw I ini i'iiiiu wi vuiiiiLt ilk nn UllUlllPlUJl
)..(... nut mm in ni ino ij. uiu uiivh miHiio iinii itrnininmnti itoi'iiri.
icaniH ciuucrtni inruuira 1110 HtrcciH. uu v
(locorutol. mid Hhowinir hv ri'HtlnMHnma I I'oi ul crowdliikf hi
-..i m iiiiuiiii; in iiiiuiuui niiuu - i . --.-. rj -j -..... w. . tJ
'IlkA1'" I " . . . . I ittt.l .w.llt.ltit !... II.mh i I I filial (run
i limi'ii hiiii rii'ii iiiiiniii . n irmriif'iriiru j ii kitiiii v . in ii
ny tlio rrotectlon lloso t oninanv Lm nnt "lanii'uvresiii wnicii timv woro iihoul lo
tho Alerts, a foul was claimed, andovorv- participate. There wero repiescntalivos
ono riisned in to dec U o t i s own whv. "J' ireo inucs mo I'mat as.
and to express emphatically his opinion J'10 Snakes and the Caytises.
ino inauer. it seemed mat every one cwmeii 10 no under
as Iwss ot tlio dav's snorts, ami was ''0 direction ol unief I'eo I.awrv. who
determined to oxert his authorltv. At K,J 1 1 uu. .wen riding hither and
tlio winner m,u,u, "jhihiuiuin. no nimceii
lniisiobv "rrayen in most gorgeous apparel,
frenzy of "1U 1'ro-ominining color neing cardinal
theshatHS u. WUH assisled liy cliicfs of tho several
ileinnniiiMi nf tritx;s, wito, in turn, were attem lei bv
sconoH and Bounds, and was entertain inr -,0,or,,carcrH w" ')oro o tribal colors
In tho extreme. Intcrsperned witli tlio star-spangled ban
"in uniib rami tfnu i.n.. 1... ir.,H. 1 1... I fllT. j linnilM Wlll tntn Iim Miimnu
Aim riivn uu ihio null u imitY IlUn I . i i.u niu Miiinf
dryx, with Philip Uagon a good second. V"K tlio braves totako tlieir places in
Bearing and McCormick
loapoB, Mowers & Binders
BUFFALO PITTS THRESHERS.
After cju-efully oxuminiiig tho (lillbroiil, lines of
.i i.. 1. . ... . ..... .
iiruii in voiioys ny mo small nov, Kept up
i ....i i i.i...' in.'
I,T f.ir Its recovery. In- ". ...... .ihk, iiko
i hiiin cold buckle ring. Ton ..
. . .1. . Y-. I.
nii.t.tti.i i.ir iim n.(.ii.r. jii ... . . " . . ir
u w twu ' ' i riirt tiiiiuv.trrt. ... n.itt,.,n..t .r ...r....
thti otlico. Peonio rushed now hero, now llicro. nctn
cut tlio old; ring In tlio now;." u(cd by an evident desire to get some
coonty oincers are rujxutuu uy wnero and seo something. Tlio grand
marsiiai and aides, mounted on splendid
looking chargers. Kitlloned tin and down
tno Mrcet, lorming detail liy detail.
i new ones iu .....
Horn'H liltlo gill, Illillicho, Is
. II 1 ..1. . i.. np
41 Ulliu tni.n iu
li not u inati in renuicton who
tfl A 4.il-n til" IlilllV KlkT
Uilt WVVMin ii ..v-.t
f lillltTHUlll vUM"i wi iv ?iv;o
I .m Ij ll.ltltll IilfllllPllf fl fVVt
II..I.K uirn Jill lllll "VIII mr
innali uormati, utfeu oimyoo
..... I . Al. Ill IMP Illlll lluf
U 1UUII11 uitm in iiui I'm inn
DltmilllK ' li'J'i'vii ui uim hv
fiif.pm trf lmliiif mtiiiiViiiI. flin
.fi. j 1 1 ... 1 1 ........ ..11 ..n...
r. .Ill I ... .,....,...,..1
.UClLlll'l IIIIUII Hill IIJIIIWII.il
t..... 1....... I.....J t..
11 ... 11 4. ..
nowontiio o nrizo. in t ie toot men
there woro somo ten starters. It was
won by Ankonoy.tlio barber, with Harrv
1111 clot-o. A iirizo ol $10.
uracciu iv accented iiv
tlio fat man's nice u loan
111 1111 won. naviiiu eniercd 1110 race lor u
joko. Tho judges ruled, however, that
tins tact couldn't make tlio man fat. imd
so tlio plum was awarded to John Stan
Held, wlio accented it witli his well
hostllo array. About half-past two tho
lino was formed headed bv Dm
tlireo cliiefs, tlieir aids and color
bearers. These eni fs worn bcdecLnd
in tho same fantastic Indian stvln. of
which wo havo read so much, beginning
with distended turkey feathers, tipped
with red. and attached to a llowfnu rnlm
. .... . "...
01 1110 piuuo coior wnicn iiung irom tlioi
heads and gracefully fell down their
backs, reaching almost to th lr horses'
feet, while tho braves and snimws, to tho
1UIYI1 lirUllUUV. I .v, "....v. ...w .....,un ...... r.M.a.in, l.J .11.
After tho racing tho crowd adjourned in !iU,i or 01,0 ,l"IflU"M,1 nf,.v will;
their horses, wero bedecked and nalnted
in stylos so varlegnted as to render them
indcscribablo. but "liideouslv siinorb."
Tims adorned and caparisoned they woro
"ri'iiilv for llin fniv."
An old, withered and hauim d crono sat
upon me ground, ciiautlng in a wierd
liollow. solemn tono. iiiiil(rst(H)d bv lur
own race, hut which wo could ntornrel
only by her manner and cost ores to
mean that she was giving warning to
those l'iiv souls, so eimor for battle, that
theie might ho a dark side to tho picture
wormy 01 meir coniompiatlon that in
tho coming strife "few might part whoro
many meet" that many braves would
not return from the lleh of carnaira. Ah
she chanted her solemn (Urge she would
snatch the Hewing to.us from her swar
thy cheeks ami dash them awnv and thus
. in, u 11:1:.. . .11.1 .1.- ..1..1.. . 1 ..,.1.1 1 : . . . . .,
crowns on which wero printed, tho names Reeled with victory, but. Pendleton's Zl m . Z '
"fr hiovo, when sho ceased and retired to
It was finally arrayed In lino on Cot
tonwood street, and looked formidable
and imposing. Ilio brass band was at
its bead, utilded bv the marshal and his
aid. iNext followed tho carrisgo contain
ing tlio president, orator and reader of
the day, looking (lultodiunlllut 1. asthoiiifh
uacn woro imiy conscious 01 tlio minor
taut part ho was tj take In tho day's
exercises. ioxi loiiowcd me liberty car.
iNow each town, whenever cplebiatlon
day conies aiouuil, Indhvcs that it has
tho most beautiful bor v car in Is nro
cession of any of its rivals. Poudletou
(iconic would have been instilled in 1 1 nk
ing so yesterday at least. Thollttlouhls. over and holp us celebrate. It was too
a ixxiy to mo piatiorm, which was soon
cleared, and dancing began. .Music was
furnished by tho band, and that it and
tho daucliiu was appreciated was nvl
deuced by mo way in which the young
leoiiio enjoyed moinseives, and were
oth to ulvo lib tho eufovmcnt. Accord
tin: to their idea, it was tho best portion
of the day's entertainment, and they were
probably correct, u.incing was kept up
wim iiniiaggiug interest until six o'clock,
when again that peculiar uarnlnir from
the Inner man warned them It was time
lo cease. During all thin time a
was in progreis, liotweon tho Mats of
Pendleton and a club from linker City,
who bud lu-comiiicdatingly agreed to coino
dressed in white and wearing V-shapcd bad this gooil-natiiro could not havo been
m MtncH of friends to whom wo cro" m 0,1 "iiicn wero printed tho names greeien wim viciorv
I fnvnf rharmi n kmiiiiiIii onv nf ot tho States thoy lopreseiited, looked so ftars always lll
'find irciiit-Weekly htr Um:
Nurtei lias returned from a
Faker unit I men counties. I to
D.L.. ! It 1.1.
w.;i us 11 1 1 iiu iuhii nun
nuuttr.A 11. .111 ijti.i ii.. (n.n. 11. 1.
r.v ...... tg. .. ....vr, .uu
.tjhi iiimmi ii.hi r 11 vim
r.isT uiiKUoxiAN hear from
WI J.l. ll'UVU Dill uiiiiuni. Illl
rKMM.1l. I.t' llm f.rvM.'.l 'I'l.lu
llhtli.'innlML'. Vorv unnn lluirx
!.. 1. .1 t .
'U I., ll... . ......II... ..I -(
ttiiiwonlorlitM. In this reHiect
M-H 01 lirickH lllll) llthnr tnnfnrlnl
aiuuiit; iiroiuid iiagon'H now
ElTntllll.'L' Is now In roiiilliutuu
irKisnliii; of the work.
Mirk and John O'Donnell woro
.. ..re iriimit'i iiriiuv, 1rilllK
-Ii' t. lln.. .....I ll...... .1...... 1..
j m j 11 1.. mil. .. I..I.
... v... 111 11 in ,
ijricnllarat college intinortv at
. hiiiivu U IIIU
im v 11,11 jv ui U11M
..Mi iv ujPVIlVU IIIU UI11V Ol
court lum f) (lav Ikoii
. bi.ii 11m ...... I.. ..r .1... .. 1 . .
v innun Hi mo llUWiy
U. II I. I.K..1.....1.. .1... ..II
... MI .V.,.l- I MIL llll IllO
"i elm' r.. iil..i- ,,f tl. I1..11.. .....1
r..iM ui K(i isiA.S' to Oll-
pt ono or more campa gn
to it. S..ml.-..0kK. , , V.
Ticents: linllv. 1
p .. . ' : .
' 11 J'I'P I itfi, II... . . 1 . .1 1 - .
ii . Pv 1 1I .1 1I1I1L IHIIIi:il 11 V
v ,..; iorK lor homo on
JH alono. leaving Mrs. Wngor
T...-JH .11 ner inoi n.r's m i-if
.-..viM nun i ,no n8x, wcow
sweet that It was lmiosslblo to bcllovo
that another town could produce a llko
array of beautiful innocents. They are
tho womanhood of another Lrciiuriition
just budding into life, childishly appro
clatlvo ot Its licauty, and totally luuor
ant of lis mdtness. Such thov lool-eil. nt
least and tlio goddess? Well, could the
liberty ot sixty millions of neonlo bo ner-
sonified in tho imago of woman, it was
(tono so 011 this occasion, renewing tho
niwrtv car came, next to it. the must at
tractive feature of the procession thir
teen young ladles, dressed in whlto rid ntr
habits trimmed with gold braid, ridiuu
two ny two on horses mat looked con
scions of tlio beauty of their charges. It
was a jirotty scene, and u could well m
bellovca that if tho thirteen original .States
wero worthy of their representation yes
terday, a Patriot could well nllbrd to lav
down his life in defense of their
lllieity. Next followed tho ISakor
City base ball club, . ami utter it
members of tho Alert llnso Company in
racing uniform, making an entertaining
feature. Last matched tho tlremen. in
their red shirts and black helmets, hav
ing in their midst tlioiustriiiucutsof their
laudable calling, lioso carts, hook and
ladder truck, and lire engine, hurnlsho I
up and shining brightly. Tho fantastic
paralysers, being, as is well known, mod-
oat and retiring in distiositiou. probably
did not wish to oxikiso themselves to the
gazo of an Inconsiderate public. Any
way thoy wero conspicuous in tlio proces
sion by tnoir absence, but showed them
pelves at nnlooked for. times elsewhere
lui iim tho day. 1 he procession wended
its way slowly and to the sound of music
tlnuiiL'li tho principal streets, ami dually
stopped at tho court house yard, where
and wero compelled to do
so 011 this occasion. Tho
game was comparatively tamo and unlu
terestlug from stmt to iluish. There was
none of that brilliant lie d work, nrettv
bitse-runnliig, and action all around, that
delights the heart of tho spectator. There
were no notable features no double
Plays, riiun in: fly catches or neat luse
stealing. Onlookers wore simply con
tent to view the game and know that
the StarH woro winning liecauso of their
undoubted suiicriority over tlieir oppo
nents. Very little betting was done, tho
ll.ikeis havinu few backers, b'omo idea
of tho iuslpidnosH of tho game may be
linker ('Itv. It.l HI urn. It.
llowem, S l lHtllliiii.il, p A
i.iieiiiicr, 1 11 .'K.iiiiinii, 'jo i
1 icn hit, . 1
ItOWl'M. 1 1
L'ulp, 1 r
Mill cnv. I h...
C'ulluy, r t
hCOlli: IIV IKX1MIS.
1 2 :i 1 .1
i1)'" 'Jj'rty-tlireo ikjoiiIo who
f irom liaker ( itv t. mi
,W Horn ivsjuln, and tho
nnuun. 1 in WAiil.l.l... ...
-v.. an n 1111, 11 in Iw.n......
,7,1 "mk' in his interior.
rknl... . ..v .ivrviii.
ElTA-l T I ... .
kk w , 1 . rj -""I'winian, who
. 1 " I4IIU11! tn in tl in liinnti-
1 anil li'itllp l.M.i l 1
iMlUI ftKv,. ,, 1 t
LiTmAt - vx ....-v, . ii.. 1111:11
-.'wrn nt? mm i . 1 r
" 11 11IIIIK4I
IIXIUtCISKS AT TIIK (IlKIVi:
began. Thoy consisted us usual of miinlc
by, tnu baud, and by mo vocuiims in
charge of Prof. Hepburn, reading of I ho
Declaration, and tho oration. After
prayer by itov. Itoyd ami u few appioprl
ate intiodiictory lenmrks by Col. Parsons,
tho reader of tho day, followed by an in
terval of music, tho reading of tho Decla
ration began. It was splendidly ren
dered, and tho Colonel called to life the
spirit of our forefathers that actuated
tlioui to declare for Independence. 'I hen
followed another interval of music, whon
tho lion. T. C. flydo, of tlakor City,
arose to deliver tho oration. An outline
oven of the addiess can not 1h given,
Hiiflico it to say that it consisted of the
sumo thrilling, patriotic sontiniont jiccu
liar to all Fourth of July orations, that
novor growH old, nor tedious, nor tho
some. And tho story of our history was
retold with a innvcr, a vigor, a forco of
expression that gave it a new mid re
freshing interest. No man with tho
tirido of country in his breast can listen
In IndifTcrcnco to a narration of its birth,
growth mid glory, of tho noblo souls who
laid (town their llvos In Its defense, and
of its final step into tho foremost rank of
nations. Tho speaker on ono occasion
expressed an opinion that it is believed
1 iv'nn iinr f.miiHirri.il 111 Iiv tlin miillnnrn !
l.... C.jn IIII1T ... ...w. .1 A .1 .1 . . . . ..
J1 IlatriJnn Jn lar-hip occasion? After tho orution tho oxcrcto
clamorous dotnuudH of tho inner man. A
i illllH) ! . , ' tm.. 1.1,1 41. a liorliitn iiml 4li.it it
CIlllllllL'illl m HA m.i lVfA UUU IUL4IMI IIIU Ufa ivvu. va
tim. . . " i ,.... rii,. ,l,.
T. .1 " iv. 1 iiia:ir neiuiini. 1 ....a ii.tvurvii m i.i'. .u... ..w...
. . SUPPratlni. IT.. n , . . . nnulinln. 1... Um rni.iti.llllu linil IrfllinH
. .1 '"w... iiu 11,11 iilll a W.lOl.lllV.1 ........
-Wl IUft ..I !.. . ll .l.U I.I..1.
Tho case is
ly SUFI l?n.. ! 11
, Ul III a P II,
. - "wi .iinnii .....I .... i.
n 7 k
ll'ikcr City :i o 3 I a .1 3 1-1(1
Mllir S 0 3 ft S -3l
ihrce-bao bus liowers and ( (illoc.
After tho ball u'.ime. in tho ovouiuu'.tho
(eoplo amused thomselves in various
wnys, and according to thoir dillerent
tastes. Thoso who liked iioiso.oxcltement
and activity, remained on tho streets, mid
it is believed werosatlsiied by tho display
of skyrockets, tho roixirt of llrecrackers,
big and little, and the sight of a moving
throng of humanity. Those who pre
ferred tho pleasures of tho dance wended
their wav to tlio opera house, and thoy
also could not have been other than satis
lied, for the dance was a vcritublo round
of plojstiro. Thoso sensible ooplo who
believe in sleeping on Fourth of July
night as well as any other, turned in, and
woro iwrhatis the most thoroughly con
tented of tho lot. To sum up. the no-, i , ,'
.i. . i . .i i..i t .. i .
nut ijooiii, iiiu K'"y oi iiiu iciciir.iii ui is
over, ami by to-morrow will li nearly
forgotten. The xoplo of Pendleton cm
assure themselves that it was a succehs.
SSLtS5Me nt?Mo reddiot
iM , . .".HlOPni nf I
' WM "Pared a tragedy.
left unon tho table, which silent lv told a
tato of hunger and it satisfaction. After
dinner was over, and every ono was feel
ing in good humor, tlio
SCOUTS or THE DAY
began. The old-time celebration Bjort-i
. . -
The county clerk contest has to-day de
veloped somo now and peculiar features.
County Clerk llartm.iu seems to have
Kii-ltkelv determlnod not t i give up tho
oilicu voluntarily, and to-day has held
pos-icst-ion ol the si'ni, wi'ii lmitig una
Ids doputies coiihtaiillv In tlio ollice.
Harttiinii probably is merely waiting un
til ho is coinjx'lled to retire ny somo logal
process, hi order to show at the trial set
for tho nth that he was equally entitled to
tho ollice with Young until the tally sheet
discrepancy was settled, ono way or tho
other, and had therefore not given up tho
ollice willingly. Ho evidently thinks Mr.
Young should not havo the otlico any
more than himself until bo Is proven to
be elected. Ilio exact status of tho case,
however, Is shrouded In doubt. How tho
matter will lie settled remains to bo seen.
The iiuestlon now Is, who is clerk?
linker City Xntia.
If you want them send T0 cents to tho
Daily Iteveillo for ono month. Contains
all, focal, minim: and stock nows. Pub
lished every evening. Address Morris
I). Abbott, Publisher, llaker City, Ore
somo obscure place. Uu came the eace
mi Indian army ot a hundred or more;
llrst tho color-bearers, then the chiefs,
followed by braves and snuaws on horse
back, some in siugle-tlle and then
In sounds of fours mid nlatlnnns
of a doen, their llerco Indian
war costumes, with faces all lie-
smeared with paint, making it easy to
fancy they wero in actual battle array, as
the line rapidly passed and renassed. ac
companied by the llritig of gum and that
inevitable rasping Indian war cry, echo
ing down the plain as they rushed wildly
u i sin mo unseen loo, uusiiealhlni: the
scalping knife, which apparently, was
soon to bring thorn the trophies most
highly prized. For six times did thov
make tlieir charges upon tho unseen
foe. iislm: their llrcarins with
rapidity, until gradually the line ot battle
dissolved irom view, supiosediy lo per
mit tho braves to skulk behind trees,
from cover of which they could more ea
sily attack tho victims ot their ven
geance. We waited In vain for their re
appearance, until the lateness of the
hour warned us to return.
Take It all in all. this was a most en
Tim I.Ut SM.IIInu-,
Subscriptions to-dav for tho woolen
mill, auioiintlnir to $700. havo been re
ceived, and the donors have a right to
congratulate themselves on their liberal
Ity. This amount was obtained by the
personal solicitation of Dr. li. . King,
who lias entered into the work with heart
and soul. Should every clllnen show llko
enterprise, the project will bo an assured
and certain Hiirovi-s. io vim "on tho
list?" Who will bo tho noxt?
L. Ilium SAO
.Joxsu j'lii'imr ir0
Kast Ohkuovmn P.ll). C lf)0
Dr. ci, W. King au
W. F. Matlock aoo
SlurU A Wade -JoO
. S. ,l.i( iirj "J
, ! Nilllng r0
' Frank Dupmt W)
. i-'aigont KM)
.Mrs. N. F. Dospalu LMO
Miss Flora Despain 100
J. II. Turner 'Mi
Mrs. J. 1 1. Turner 100
John (iagou 100
John Stanlleld f,0
K. Hellh 100
M. .Mmisell 10 1
J. P. Kester SO i
Dr. F. W. Vincent U5
I. . Itclth 100
Johnson it Diack.... 60
K. Uond 50
(ieo. W. Kweetlng 10
II, L. Itoxter 20
II. F. Johnson & C( 60
AV.C. Crows so
F. J. Donaldson li,-)
John Mctiarry fit)
J. It. Ogle lo
Wo lnive selected tlio above ih being tlu best lines for
our trade. Wo therefore botiffbt, lnrirolv. uiul nrii
a o" j t "
them at the lowest
1 ossiblo Margin,
CALL AND GET PRICES.
Wo also carry a largo stock of
r! K 3 'J
On which wo are oUbrinj;
SPJ2CI A.L I3STDXJO KIMTCISTTS.
Wo have lately added lo our largo
Stock Plain antl Tnrrotl
uildiog Paper and Carpet Felt.
Superior " Stoves and flanges,
COAL, IEON AND ST33JSX
lucent, who is at present confined at
homo from sickness, was very anxious to
sea tho prcco'filon, tho grand marshal,
with infinite good nature, changed the
order of inarch so that it could go un
if... ... . .... ti. in . " . 1
iimur Biiuui, vwicru -urn. iim em resides.
STEEL BARBED WIRE
We ask even' reader of the Dally und
Kflinl-Weeklv Kabt Ohkoo.vian to en-
iliiAvnr In Hecuro ono or more caninalim
Bubscriberu to it. Semi-Weekly, tqo- prietorand restored to ita owner, wim
vetnber 15, 1888, 75 cenU ; Daily, l.. received it with tcare of joy.
Tho kindnefH on his nart was no doubt
A man lost $110 yesterday In tlio
Villard Hotel, and went around all day
with a lonu face in conseniiencn. l.urh.
ily tho monoy was found by the pro-
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