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,' Grubs' testaiirnin.
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. t. ...in.imnr nun ill mi lull-
... n.i. 1, inMlim at HiisIico'b
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it . l II. Ill IT I U IIT1
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term, lor parucuiarn. tu
. v.... I. ..j Iui.ui It. Inu'ii for
yjtlvt Visaing inoiiu.i, nun
niliU morning for thosiuno
l ilorv. cf KitgenoCity, Oro.,
. i . . . .... ..!..!. ...
i 'vnilWon, .urn. i mines
. nmilii!.' i( tin Alert Hose
lllAu place till- ovi'tilnj? tit
t ;ll aM'llianr( m ru-
.o.i fi lol '1 hninsen's
mil il f' "I V -1 it .lyllund,
. . . r .ill 1 lj.nl
II 1 lilt .III .....
IMI ..l I M 110 ll'.lt rut
in "Iv, HOIlSttip-
' ,r f.u: tv, i:nt oiik-
W want tvn rooms ill ll
. i;, MUiig riiMiu, mill IkmI
".j KiIh. Their advertise-
1 I 11 1M11IT.
i No. 1 work hot-nun, wanon
.f .,il,knt .t liilf fliVllfit lit.
r left last night for Port
Lj liMttv hand-shako with
tiu' tloiKjl. iitnl tlio oxpies-
i.lliant'.sior now being so
t-vunlis already oxeHIng
wity and utlention. IIh
uXI mill I'XIICllSU H.U'illlf
t reader f tlio Dally and
m.ht uiii:i.i)M,n to on-
nnn nr ninrn iMiiiiii!ilirii
i iMui'ntv l'.iti!:iri'm from
- ''liiis;H,'M(xuiiilur.(J. 1.
niiTViIl' tlii; iimriiirv In
&raminm'nt ut Contorvillo
a by tlio Oiltl lVllowH
'Uinmerv!!',' mnl iliill
' if a i"v in I'unt Tort
. j!dy I'M.i-K'.i without
nimmillel tho wifo of
If Kliir m-imorvlllu. of
Hnliiirn than whom no
a.ii I .'.''. u!,,i .I 'm.
i "i' n t t;.i.iiinf hU
l ,.,,., v. ill loavo
I t cn r into Ininl
i'nu i ',' hercafior.
I u'i'v . u.ll lx ri'folved
Xi" f.r h. m just tin
' and u'hMMouh I'ltlon
'r.H'N .mil cannot woll
i IV. m HajJiN IJunk,
-.ri'.Mt itho Kthr oilK
n..ni; Mr. l. !:. n..r,i..r
aJnrelu l man toetab-
on il lnvoS tmu ,"vln-o us mhuo far from lowor end of ti
h"v S lK,i" .HM,.,,, 11,0 1"o--vllltloi. ; and !?. I, Mi.us w
milled of uvmeo ore tilktMi im. i all ' -vut' ,ho 'i1. hvvlll"' vu nMe lmvu c" 1 wm
nXMQtkXo?himw. i!,vor 11 ,wll( '1. without u j elation, tho obj,
loruonH ot inu luie, wr isnaj . hmwo a,m.hy, mw m iwo M ore(.tci, oJ0 (() nfco nl (
Should n (lro oecur tit present, tho con-
Bcquont'CH mmlit prove illH:iHtrous to
1'cndloton. Most of (no cIxternH have
not boon kopt In order, unit cannot bo
doiKindod upon, mid tho water workti
could not mipply enough water to put out
a candle. '1 ho levco makes the wo of
tho rlvur impracticable and altogether
u lire might, result in great l'HS of prop
oily, U-H!t3 l'endleton'H elllclcnt lire
.1. 0. Leasuro and II. L. Murston left
this morning for the Orcciihorn moiin
tains, to lcmaln fornomo tlnto. Thoy go
lor tlio purpoco oi nialciiigatiioioiigii per
Honal InvoHtigatlon of the mines in which
The man who left his wairon and
horses Htaudlng in tho Htrect id from
Kcho, and his naino Is King. He is
surely tho king of brutes, for ho has been
on a continual spree, gutting drunk, ami
leaving his horses to be cared for by tho
marshal. Strange It Is that drink should
thus steal away a man's huh bos.
Dr. King has leceived a cot of Dr. 0.
Dwyor's intubation tubes for relieving
throat (roubles, tho only Instiumentof the
kind now In Pendleton. They are prac
tically an artillelal Mind-pipe, enabling
a patient suffering from croup ordiphthe
lia to breathe without dllllculry.
A squaw's cayuso got loose last evening,
nnd started out down Court street like a
Kansas cyclone, scattering sacks of Hour,
tin cans, blankets, etc. at every jump, to
tliujiillnltu amusement of spectators:
The organ concert at the opera houso
has been po.'itoned until August loth.
Reliable watch repairing done at
A new lot of Pianos and organs at
II. V. Wheoler has retimed from l'ort-laud.
Till: O. A; V. T. It. It.
A Corrraiionilcnt (llim h ie picture of
I.ITo ut tlild I'livortto ItcRorl,
AVoll, at last wo aro at Lehimin'H
Springs, and a pleasant Biirpilso awaited
us. Instead of tho ipiiet of the woods, a
veritable village of tents and log cabins
greeted nur sight as wo iuod over a
rlso in the road a few rods aw a v. The
shouts of tho little chlliiren, the merrv
laughter of tho older ones and tho veils
of grouting when woarrlveil, coupled with
LIST'S HAVK A TOtlltNAMKNT.
II Will i'lirnluli Sport utiil Atiumiiuiriit
nnil Itr Nut Wttlmiit Mnro 8ul)"tiiinlul
The base-ball association met in tho ,
UAst Oitr.ooMAX olllco yestorday evening
for the purpose of arranging for a tourna
ment in I'endli'tin, ami perfecting the
organization of the association. Acorn-'
tnlttco consisting of Lot l.lvormoro, J.
II. Turner, Frank Johnson, and Iloiaeo
SlMlllllttl Wllfl Utltinttilml (rt uniMlt-il tft'filllillu
the balking of dogs, the cackle of imultry I for tho tournament, and will endeavor to ,
nnd the babble of questions for news i obtain the K. (). A. A. itn ntuU In tlio t
from town, convince us wo aio far from i lower end of town. .1. it. InVksnn mnl
were appointed as a com-.
secure members for tho usso-.
object being to induce every
111 nrtlvo Itifntout It. tin. i mi.
by wood men) and hero in the heart of motion of the national lmiuk. A-t.v-nlur I
mountains wo llnda village, teeming with ' slock company may be organlrod fur this .
life, each Individual intent on dciivlng I puriose, steps being also taken in this;
the utmost bcnellt lroin tho shr.it vaca-1 tllartlon. Too much encouragement
Hon allowed thorn here. Some come for I cannot bo given to tli-J ellbrt of securing
health, others for pleasure and others j a tournament, and the amount of hard
bccaiii-o the crowd conies. work, money and rustling given In this
Wollnd many familiar faces hero, and i direction will receive its thrlee-fold vo-'
learn that many otheisarooxiK'etedsoon. I ward should tho effort bo suctesnful. ,
I ho following aro the names of mont of 'There Is no icason. now that I'otullelon
TO TH13TR IIS T jI hZ N S .E STOCK!
IIm I'muron mnl l'roicrtlvo llriuictin
li!nl(iiii l!i'Ktirillii It.
Air. V. T. Chalk is in town to-day from
Wallula, and icports rapid iirogress on
the Kuinka Flat branch of the U. & V.
T. railroad. Track is laid as far as tlio
junction, and grading is completed within
ten miles of Walla Walla. All work is
now finished at Contorvillo, with tho
exception of a depot, and woik will be
commenced on the sidetracks and ware
house at Helix, llio wmchotM) has
boon Mulshed at Celitervillo, and lumber
Is now ariiving for the depot building.
lieesu t Kedinau will also construct
warehoiiKiiH and platforms Tir gaiu at
CoiitiM vllle, Hoik and vaiioiis Kialious.
it will be scon that the amount of money
invested and spent in 1'matilla county
Ihh-uuso of iluut'h railroad Ik enormous,
and this enterprise will add almost im
measurably to tho wealth of llio county.
Tho pay mil of the company now amounts
to over ;.Mit) a day, I.cmiIcs the amount
expended for suppli a consumed. In a
short time, a fmce will lo put to work on
a branch from Helix In the direction
of l'eiidleton, and il is thought that about
twelve miles of track will bo laid this
fall. Mr. Chalk was unite reticent about
the destination of this branch, but said
positively that it would not bo continual
to IViidiotoii, the course of this town
making such a step impossible on the
part of Mr. Hunt. It might stop within
two or tluee miles of l'eiidleton, prob
ably in ordor to impress upon the minds
of the business inon an idea of tho great
advantage thev havo lot by tholr failuio
to accede to Hunt's tonus. Tho Until
destination of this branch, however, al
though known to Its uilgluators, will not
as yet bo given to the publh'. Hut as far
as l'eiidleton is concerned it will be
'near, but yet so far." The question
still icsolves itself as followm Tidily
thousand dollars, right-of way and depot
grounds will fetch the railroad, and this
demand must lie acceded to. There aro
yet no good grounds to bollevo that tlio
railroad will come without these inducements.
Tlii-y Hi'Tiko II lm Wrl(.
Thoro is at present in town an old stone
mason naiiio.l Mutthow Ilerron, who Is a
deserving man, and holds two honorable
discharge" from the .New A'oik corps of
euginwrs, who served dining Ihe civil
war. Ho hiul the stone contract on the
Matlock-Sargent brick, and on .1. M.
l'rtiott's io. Ii once, and to-'eihor with a.
partner did Ihu woik on tho Dayton court
house. His ability as a mo'hanie is there
fore unquestioned. Noedlnx work, ho re
eonily made application to the loader and
foreman of tho Frondi stonemasons hero,
Ufklng for work on some one of their nu
merous jobs. A meeting was callod to
(lotorndmi tho matter, and the French
men decided not to employ him. Their
reason Is said to bo that ho underbid them
on t ie .Mat ocU-Nirgeni Dries, inose
those heio now, arranged In groups bv
cottage, tent and camp to which thov be
long: Hotel Airs. Louo Shaw and threo
children, l'eiidleton; Mrs. John Kninums
and one child, l.a (Jrando; Mattle Wells,
l'eto Aledeinach, Sunt Uhristenson, Ar
chie l'uuua, l'eiidleton,
Joy Uieen Cottage -Mr. John Hay,
wifo and two children. Miss Mattlo Crvs
ltd, 1'ilotKoek; Mr. Thomas Kay, Lex
ington. Wild Wood Cottage Win llowman,
wifo ami two children, Mrs. Win. Leo,
The l'alaco F. F. Itoylon, wife and one
child, S Sedoro,and Miss Fannv Kinney,
Camp I'lenty. Mr. Chits. Cochran,
wife and two chlldien ; Mrs. Iv. Nnrdyko
ami two children: Mr. John Cochran.
wife and four children, Willow Creek.
Monto Carlo. Mr. Ilen. J. Selling,
wife, Abo and Fan y, l'eiidleton.
Tho Howcr. Kl.or l'cnland, wife and
Ihtvo children, Helix.
Camp for Sure. Mr. J, V. Smith,
wife and four chilthen; Mrs. Anna
l'errin and thrcochildrcii, AilIngt'Mi.
Kquallty Camp. Mr. Taylor Drdsen,
wife and three children; Mrs. Kinin.i
I toner- and one child; K. Minor, Homer
I I.ti f iii';ton, lleppner.
Over tho Fence. Chat les Snerrv and
Cli.it Ion McFuiland, Heppner.
1 1.. i,.i ...... ii....... ii'..i m n i
I Mil ft.UUVI . till. II. It'll .Ili.l.UII ...ill 1
Will bine, iVndl iton.
Hard Scrabble-", c. Campbell and'
John Howmaii, I'cmbton.
Theio aio now aliotit soventy-llvo ico
pie, four cottages and llftcen tents here.
.No doubt tlioii) will l o two or threo limes
as many later in the season.
'lho hlghoct heat indicated by thu ther
iiiometer this feason Is elghty-llvo do
gtces. If you will coniKiro t' is witli the
l'eudletoii temperature ym will, 1 think,
Hud about twelve degrees ditrereuce. The
iiightK are quite cool, and ovonoats are
i flea scon In tho oeuing.
Monday Is wash-day, and the girls
yes, tlio girls girls who 1 linaglno, when
at homo, let their mothers attend to that
department, range themselves in the ves
tal row of cleansers. It makes by no
moans an uninteresting sight to see eight
or ten ladles bobbing their heads up and
down to the accompaniment of camp gos
sip, as they rub the buttons oil' tho gar
ments on an olU-fashloned wasli-lxjanl.
The springs are near the head of a
small stream that emptier into Camus
ciook, one and u-half miles above Camas
prairie, and Mr. l-oluuan has mudu extensive-
improvements in his dibits to
make them pleasant and convenient.
There Is an enclosure of alKitit forty acres
v earof everything except the largo tir,
pine and tanmrac, which furnish abun
dant shade, and hero hi this enclosure
Mr. Lehman baa erected tho following
buildings: Hotel. ll'x-H feet, with a dining-room
ll'xlS foot, and lodging-house
Hx.'id feet; four largo cottages or dwell
ings for those who wish to rent; bath
house irixol) feet, containing six bath
rooms at present: stoio, 1l'x20, where
neatly everything is kwnt for wile; bll
Haul riHini, Mxli) foot, with iool table;
dance hall, '.'SxilJ feet.
A large dam has been placed across
tho stream, making a iond or plunge
bath tstlxuO foot, wheie those who aio'
fond of swimming disport thointolvos at i
all times of tho day.
Swings, croquet grounds and other
8Hrts are well patronised
has a crack baseball club, and a number
of influential citizens bubbling over with
enthusiasm on the baseball question, why
a tournament could not be arranged as
easy as "rolling oil' a log," and every In
ducement should be ullered by every ono
to help the thing along. It will surpass
a Fourth of July celebration or a fair at
this high stage of tho basoball fever, and
cannot but result in benefit to thu town
and Its business men.
WHAT TIIK OHIHIOMAN HAYS.
Crnn AVoiitil Hmo Itri-n Hlrrtcil Mayor
hail tin lti'iimlni'il In IVnillotoii.
The l'eiidleton baseball club won the
tournament at linker City. Their catch
er was Oscar Ci an, one of the Portland
club's recent acquisitions. It is njcdless
lo say that the tieoplo ot l'eudletoii were
pleased over the result. .Nor did they
fall to show their appreciation of the
woik done. They presented .Mr. ('ran
with the following testimonial:
To Oscar Crun, F.sq. : Wo, tho under
signed citizens of l'eiidleton and admirers
of the game of baseball, deslio to express
our appreciation of tho lino playing done
by you In catching for tho l'eiidleton H.
Ii". C. In their championship contost at
Hakor City, on July VI, 1HSS. In our
opinion your brilliant work behind the
bat and good judgment at critical points
of the game was what largely enabled us
to come oil' victorious and we wish you
Tho letter is signed by forty-eight of
i the leading ollUons of the city, including
J Ion. James A. tee, circuit jiiilge, a. J'..
licau, J. 11. I'alev, Lehman lihim, cash
ier l'cndleton mttiniiul bank, C. S. Jack
son, inanagar K.vsr Oiikuo.nia.s', Win.
Matlln, county judge, John 0 Leisure,
It. Alexander. I.ce Meorhouse, H. Mayer
if ('ran should happen to settle in Pen
dleton ho could probably bo elected to
any position within tho gift of the poople.
Sweeping Reductions in our Dry Goods
Sweeping Reductions in our Fancy Goods
Sweeping Reductions in our Notion Goods
Sweeping Reductions in our Clothing De
partment. Sweeping Reductions in our Men's Furnish
ing Goods Department.
Sweeping Reductions in our Boot and Shoe
Sweeping Reductions in our Carpets, Oil
Cloths and Hatting.
Owing to the backwardness of tho trado this season, wo have an accumulation o
stock which wo do not propose to carry over.
I WE MUST HAVE ROOM!
I In order lo get this room, wo have decided to inform tho public that wo will
j tell for thu next sixty dayw onr Kntlro Stock at
MARVBLOUSLY LOW PRICES.
Wo guarantee that goods of a similar quality cannot be puichased elsewhere
WITHIN 15 PER CENT. OF OUR PRICED.
Purehasvirrf would d well t i l'tamlim oarStock.
Itarnml ijiitMilini, tho TnriiriH tin' l.ur on wt.li-ii tin- (-mitiiir r-uiniHttKii will lm fmiulit
nmt It ! Ihmivn ovi-i-y Mlni w lm . nuiii .,. Int. nim ntiy u liifurm limt-uir upon u hiiIi
isvi w'liti'li mi uliiM'ly atli'i'ti liU u uim.h utfim-.
Tiio I'iNiiihtc riirili.m il.
(iov. Pennoyer has c.uumuted tho sen
tenco of K. T.-4laiuett, eutoiiced to four
years in the penitentiary, fmin Multno
mah county, for the laiceny by bailee,
and ef John M. Culp, serving a sentence
of twelve ycaia, from December lo, 1KS-I,
for manslaughter, committed in Jackson
county, both to expire to-day.
The reason assigned in Harnett's c:ue is
former gisxl reputation ami unlinpoaolia
bio standing, doubts as to his gulli.aud
uniform good conduct; tho condition is
made that ho leave the Slate fmever.
Among the paots (lied in tho caso was a
letter from Governor Foraker, of Ohio,
concerning Darnott's reputation.
Culp was convicted for killing a man
named tiuurgo W. Smith at Willow
Sorlii'M. Smith lvas found dead in
, ( 'nip's barn, and tho ovideucn agalm-t
I 1.,..' ..I . .1.1 MM...
Illlll llllllLli ciiriiiiiniaiiiiiii. inu
reasons for commutation are "grave i
tloubts as to his guilt, based umn tho nf
tidavit of tho leading wituoss of the pros
ecution that ho had distilled fulstily, pio
vlous gissl conduct and uniformly good
conduct while- In prison."
Vauim Hot hk W 11 Crawley, Fort
Wavno, luillsna; T II lluiwiiis, Walla
WaiIa;J W liocker. CmatillH. Or;. I K
Ingnrsoll, Dan W Camp. 1 Link, Port
land; Jas I'ldur, San FmiicIhi-oj J K
Keilman, Adam; ai noisier, lauinm;
6fN. LIEB'S BOOK,
WHAT IT DOES FOR US,
ItrniliT wliiit ih iiHimlly coiiklilcHil it tunt-l iilmtriiKi- hii:.j. -t i ny nf I'liiniirclii'tiNliio. 11 vttl
servo in u Turlll' i.riinor fur (lit lii i'tit-t-n- ivcit una iol-l.unU lurtlin P uniiil.
Ililx iKiuk hIiouh Urn pnirll-til UK', of I ln l'riitwllx.-rty.luii uiiou tlioiimiilry. lVrliiipn
tllO ll.llll rnllhllll'llllllH ll'llt 11 1 , lit Hill In ink Ik llu ..vi.. I iillifliii.i.iil U'llli 11. 1. Imuiur.. ..r Or... I.
I lll'llt ClUVlllllllll,
llu; ioltiiii or Mr. Illiilnc's '"twi iity Vinu In ('imiitvM" Ih IhUimi up, III iiMt'itlunn
upon tin-'liirlll mi. it) ziil, trllli lsi.,1 mnl iiuuli' lo iiiiiIhIi Ii.Hi-iiwii r liitatliiii,
Tlio form UK wit I in. Dm kiiliitioii'iior I Ik- Ihhik l mimt iidiiilrililc, mnl I lmvu mkii notli-
liijCsiir..iHiilii It foriixn In tlinnni work of hiid-iuIIiik tlio triitliiiu u llm ihdiiIo.
DON M. tllCKINKIlN, I'okluiiiNiHi-(IiiiiitkI.
It I mi ftliloiinilloijloal oxposlllon of tlio Injimtli o iilal iIiiI'uIiuih of llm iirotiHtllve t tin
ory, llm woiti I tliiuly.iuiil a viry valiiiililcoiilrlliiilluii ho IIiu lltnmliirixif tnrllf rofnrm
, It. W. TOW'NHKXI). .M. I)
I nntli'p tlml IliU IxKilt U wolvlnii unnt wiiiiini'iulutl'iii. It N ImiIIuimoiI upon (iiiitlu
niputnl tniili, nnil I wUh tlmt tin- tuvtx mnl iirxuiiiKiilN limy lx- In tlio luimU ii'iil inlmW 11
every cllli'ii imiIIimI iihiii IIiIh your lo volu iiihiii tlm urxnt I'limoiiili'iil iiiiiwIIhiih of Hiirnlil
'nil liirlll. li:...IOIl.N I'. ni.AfK.CoiiiiniM.lmii.riif IV111.I1111.
Vi tako plmiMirc li trivial: (til voili oiir lionrly lmloriiiii"l, mill im-iiiuini'iiil Hint lo
cal iiiiiiiiIIIim mnl ( 111 W i.wIhI In imloiiilliiif IU ohi'iilHlliiii hiiiou t ! vnl.-iH (if IIIIiioIh,
. , hl'ATK DUMlM ltATir t K.NTIIAI. ( U.M.M I'iTUH W ILLINOIS.
A ml muiiy otlifrs.
Tlio SEMI-WEEKLY EAST OilEGOKIAN, Ono Year,
ill In Pi u'll. ton. .Mr. ! French mechanics aro good iiieu, desorv
't .-1 .1 ti.. .i ......' In.', luirii-w'oikliie: neolile. and thov
I' 11 nil Dusiu'eiM ! nut all'ord to joopatdUo their ivputations
ar,I f r tia .tht two (by refusing to give woik ton man who
1 sfmnlv oi)iK).-ed thoiii in following his
w'li' r n ,.,,i,.n mill i lei-itiniuto busjnoss. Mr. Horron should
11 rui-rs in::.ir una
MniehnmnismJiEln his oObrtal
to make his family, as ho calls thorn, at U'; l ' '
homo, and ha has certainly succeeded in ' Lo fhn, M I'oviler.
tiu.t-lnir It 11 llinli.Ill'Mv I.'.lliii iTMtll! I'lilll. I ( Mll.lOiN 11. I." J Al JICLlllIll, I
muiiity, for overyoue soeins bubbllngovor Mltclial, I' ll I lager. David Murphy,
uitlii..o. f... nu am ft em v so e tui a. Helm; A iiuu'ii. M uoareea.
lKxil; llouoil In i 'liiili mkI ,v.inl.V
IkNiK Alone, In i:ii:li, p-t
AMD CEN. LSEB'O BOOK.
"Idv I'.uM Or- ifniil.iii Ono Y nr.. .
EA8T OHECONJArJ PUB. CO.,
, 1 II
HERE) TO STAY' !
ri . I) ., (ii.m iv i.f viva.
I jv.plo r.f Pen.lloton
i U establishing a
"ii William Hour's ur
I'V Ir l aton. IiIj .it.
Of that iKitli llm .. ...I
, 4 , , -"V Hill,
' Ti operation
i ,i . " r'luon oi mo
'1 t!eM whii.i, lmii ...a.
- .. Mnl uiruugii
a sdyanio battery,
V1-I'"ly resulting f
ii' ."""-ifily severe,
''d athwvUun mav
ran from tho
V ,J - ' MlS lillllillni.
' Wt tlm .11.. in
'it ttu. I "aim nuiu
' .nd aV L k.l!!iin "'!
..v ..iiho, aim
n llio train u-iiH
'0 near tlm wi,-..,
haowoik; ho deserves it, and tho right
shall not lie denied him. Were tho
French mechanics In Mr. Horron's place
would thoy not feel that lie should give
them work? Tho boycott Is too cowardly
for free men to make uso of.
An UllWi-lroliiu flni't.
This afternoon, a largo loan raw-boned
horse, with a hungry look and u pensiyo
air, created a startling sensation ou .Mala
ctreot. Ho llrst unconcoraedly entered
Iospjin's grocery store, and was drivon
out. Not being discourageil by una cooi
1 have visited a ureal many health re
sorts, and cannot see why this should not
equal the liest. Hero wo havo a hluh id
litudo, pure-scented air, hot mineral
baths, pmo cold water, exorcise, and if
caiulsleft behind, it will certainly lieu
ellt uuyonoto take an outing ia puch a
place as this. Thoro aro some foatuies
which striko mo as rather eculiar, and
others which aro not advantageous to this
place us a lesort.
'iho absertco of birds, tho nieny song
sters, who to me make tlio woodland
attractive, are hero wanting; wo listen
for their music in vuln. Tho bright-col-
ored How-em which should deck every
rural scene aio hero represented only by
a white llower, resembling in shape tho
i iililnx.iiml a small nale-bluu llower which
1 ; . i .. .i.
grows in sonio prolusion up on uiuiuu.iu
tain sides. Thoro are a tow others, but
not many. ... , ,
Tho roads to tho springs aro long and
tedious. Ono arrives hero very tired and
,. .------ ..- n. i...... tei luus. uno arrives acre very wren iu
recoptlon.ito waiKcu w in groai wiiiwu - r , . at uce0, t. How
into'joo KIPs saddler shop.looklng around ,?ni""ln( v mn
.1 I .1 IIM t !... IU .11.1111 IV. ...... .v... ...... . j .-..
V.UnlllK IIIU IMiauiiniliilvini " "n- i
imlinm.itiililv ilrlil'll out 1)V meailS 01 11
blacksnake. Ho then attempted to enter
ltothcblid & lleaii's store, but was ro
vented from doing so, after which he pro
ceeded to "take in" Chinatown, walking
along tho sidowulk and examining the
heathen curiously. Ho wont l'v:
inside of ono of their little dons, hut did
not enter, jwhaiw being gifted with a
liltli. linr-in f.iutii inllHlinhtt. TlietO IH3CU-
liar actions of tho animal can hardly bo
in . . .
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'mlV,. . "ow sec- explained. Ho BeemeU to De line iigoiu
'rnM a. 0irort8 a,ul 1 enough, and should havo known that ho
CU great :uhmj.. i"! if- i ..t ,.t nil tlmj
at tt7a I "'"""v i on in oo an uunuimuiD ,uvo.
' Petted W ;f,,0f aud llia I'106"- 110 to certainly a very curious
sort ot a horse, at least.
Ing them, and has this year removed tho
rocks anil inado nino nines oi goon ro;iu ;
and when I eomo to think it over, I
think, aftor all. it is well worth tho trip,
for where do wo llnd pleasure In this
life without effort. Auw.
Wo ask every reader of tho Dally and
Semi-Weekly Kast Ojikooman to en
deavor to secure ono or more campaign
subscriliers to it. Som'iWoflkly, to !o
vember 15, lass, 75iynts; Daily, II.'JS.
The Pendleton Hand will glvo its reg
ular concert in front of tho Villard Home
this evening, the circus fence, making tho
use of the band stand impracticable
Walla ..Iiiliu r'i Itn. Kentucky ; J. Chilstnn,
Kcho: A J Smith, I) W Alt, J K ltus
aud family. J M Clark, PoiIIhuiI;A s
Putney. D PiititeA'.eoitniry ;.J lUwk, L'ma
till.i;tieo Wasbltiijtoii, John ilarkos, J
.Mi Mann, (i W Harper, city; J Flyaino,
TJ Moans, linker City; T Melntyio, M
Parent, ('old Spring.
Howman Hoi si:. H J Watson, Fossil;
P II Parsons. Atwater. Minn: ! WSivor.
Paynonville; C A Woodall, lng Cnmk; j
Smith. F M llalloy, Pilot Itock;KS!
Kills, .Minneaiolis; Jas Ilawko. I) K.c
Co; Con (iallagher, Philadehilila; Frank
Kov, Hartman's Spur; LC Frary, T M
I.invillo, Dakor City; Simon, tirof, St
Marv, Mo; M J McCarthy, Louis Olcott,
City"; J Ulsher, I.a (Jranilo; D A Doloas
tro. Donver, Col; K K ladiltla, Tho
Dalles; 0 Dovino.
Wo ask ovorv roador of tho Daily and I
Soinl-Weeklv I'.isr Okhcoman to on-1
dwivor to seetiro ono or moro campaign
BiibscriborB to it. Soml-Weekly, to No
voiiibepl."), 18SS, 76 cents; Daily, ?l.'.1fi.
I ffTt) a rrtflaria bbf
rT UJi? Tii (M WTJ tf'ti fcTI.
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t-Sa ins; it.
OILCLOTHS. SHADES, MATTING
tllOtlSiUltl Kt'UIU'O loot of
Goods Sold on Easy Payments.
Forbes & Wheeler,
.m a r. iti i: n.
WIHD"iI IIItOWN-At tlio renlilt'iicnnf lho
lirlilo'H purenu, .Mr. ami Mm. A. II. Drown
In Powder lllver vullov, on Tumilay. July
21, Ittvi, Ilev 0 .. '.f tlio Kplnuopul cliutvli.
oilpMiitlnt', M. I. Vlil(iiii,of I'orllniiii.iinii
Mlu Itoberla W Pri.wn, of Hiiki-r county.
ZZi A W. SCHOLZE.
The "W ood Man,
THE FEED MAN,
Now and Socond-Hand Furniture,
OJtOCICEUY, GLASSWAHli!, I3to.
Goods sold on tho Installment Plan, on Easy Terms.