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Tv PKITHMIBU 1888.
0r(.eiilim llrnncli Olllco.
....Mini IjAtrOKKflllNIAM Imt
!ff,'.7.. ii , ml In IHo Ali.tiRton
iioi'" HiiiiKr tint limn-
ll',mc', , ...VJ f ivn.lleton.iinil
WW lln'illl L'OlllTrtll.V. H mills"
rii ( ri tfi Y'orlliiti I. He will
A liltlo lxy, throo ji'iiiH old, belonging I attkmi-t at i
II. F. Keck, hud a terrlblu fall lustcvo-1 ..Tr
tung uuom woven o'clock-, but his voting
lifts wuh saved, lie was nut milking with
Dr. I'. C. Ciunplicll lrlr to IJml Ilia LITobJ
his father on tlio trestle above town, anil woi day morning at aliout live
ny sonio moans slipped through tho ties, i"1 ,, '.. . . '"''I'oeii wont to mo
fulling nuiiiy fuel to tho ground below. CJoldtsn Knlo ami otdered a loom of the
Thu child wuh picked up uneonscloiis.and HjBt tietk, i etirlnt shoitly afterward,
a doctor wan called, who found that no Ki'tbing wub thought uf tho matter dur-
nones were uroken. At last accounts tho i . mmi aiong lowatu evening
llttln fellow mu rncovurlnir. lit phivhik ! It wan noticed that the room had not lioen
from infant death wai almost miraculous. ' vaulted. Finally, an employe of tho ho-
v mi.... i i i i , iei siuou niiou it cnuir unu ooLimI I iroiiu i
a a i i ii ii iriiiii iwifiiii iiH iiriiiriiii .i - n--
out of 1'etu Pan.ientlor'H saloon to-duv "V "I01 ' i.l ill?1 ,,0,l Vi10
for his obnoxious action. When outside IU,,1 rci " T ,yfi.i,,VV ,
ho attempted to pick n llKltt with I.oule ' v wl of llio
Heitll. hi villi; n . iirnvrMUtlon ulmfnvnr. l,llHci, and Weill tip to arouse the slum-
I him dou ii.hikI wus administering metited
I I iri'il lot
!kurs. Iry inem.
uphUv. September the (Itli, 1h
Ti.i ,...1 on that date tho
lUIIWJt . .- Ill I
ihiKoiiliery to. win uo
.. I 1 I..... ..I..1..
Ci jICKUV urrivuu mni nini
hWttll.UojOin nor iiusiiuuti,
,loyeil on tlio I'endletou hotel
.i..t uii has been In Umatilla
itlnclicrHlHtor.JirH. J. u. ay,
J monlllH, HUH rauiuvu i
.. .,,i..J " 1 1, ihoeicv unitnuiH
til to Iw a feature of Pendleton
i i..ii. i..:..! ..! i...
hBKriEffi:?- 'lo.-, and anally
which fully arouHo.1 tlii- Kentlen.an, who f. "I" ,ZJ'u nn)ivr
I inimedlat..lv IiIm a-.-nll,.!, . ,r..t :,UI"' to 1m ","m ' . . 1m nediately
t.i .:..,i'...,J'...i...i..t.i.. .. ir.. ' n wan Huxpociea nat HitiietliliiL' wu
wroiiL'. A physician was callod, who
fotiml that ho had taken a litre iloho of
tnorphlno. ueumably upon entering tho
room in tho morning. It wuh thought
also that the done would bo fatal. MrH.
t ampliell was sent for, and wan naturallv
... I'l.MT timiiuiuip.
. -"'l - . . . ... .,1 1 ..I .1... i ii..
... Tiii.M.IilV.ellteinner -till umnircinnu nni'iiun! mil wuro IlliailV
. .i ( ..; Hnu.il.lMin & iwrlcl. .The 'wild anil wool) Individ
n riT-"""t ' . i iiai wiik tamed completely.
,m la the iwtolllco building,
'.. I. . ,.f .lM. Mil,' Mllll
Kd. Sullnt,', of the firm of Saline A Co.,
of Wertlon. and W. I.. Wortlilmiton. wnm
h town huiidav on a vinit. Tliey toport distracted over her husband'H condition,
tho usual 'after liarveHt" biiMfness at The doctor was linally half-way aroused
eston. rho llrtn of Sallnir k Co. paid and dressed, and elloils umn mmli. tn
(17':t cents for wheat Saturday, the day of
tho Granger' pool in Pendleton, men
Tho Salt Lake Ihivm have arrived mid
are registered at the It wiimn House.
They were not ux)te:tcd until tills eve
ning. They appear to Ixi n lino lot of
young fellows, and should bo hospitably
entertained. Thov number only nine,
thero not beini? a single extra player.
Circuit court adjourned thU afternoon
until four o'clock hecanse of the corner
stono celebration. Olio of tho attorneys
mv Invo returned after u long icmurkcd that there was a tinge of ironv
n,l irn avr.iln foraging. ! this, considering tho injunction snlt
rilie belonging to (I. Dotv.on ow noiiociHn uguins. mo erecuoii oi
YilUFl' uiiv."h r I tl.n unit f.i..t l.nt.uii
read between Pendleton and
Kinder will pleaso leave at
... .. ...t. ....... lit .'lliy.tli mi.l
ef Arlington, passed mrougit
.i ...... i
. . .I... i... i ...
LlV ill UIIWIHVU tut ...u ...o.
u. tkitl.. .if StilillVi...uK.
Hirer i'.....' -.""-J'
- I klli.lt I'dllV to II Il'llMlll
..!! .ift.tr Hut November elee-
uiiu. - -
. .ii .., U'..U.,., .. Ml I... I..
Inatwnt six weeks. Mr. F.
le lieau iniuer oi uio esiaoiisn-
lit Illlll "111 I'v llllv.l mill iiiu
. . I lllll.t .l.t.il.tu i.f ..illMttll
...I I .- n..... VVIII. ii
a cooking apparatus, families
( I.. J u.ii'n crt i f
IUWII MIIUUI uii
nmuLMi iiiu niuii niiiiiiiiv'i muilu
1 1.1 ...l..u n.i..t.nil
.it I'll r iL'ii'ui iii'iiui n nLiii wiiu iiiLi
.... il. .! II.... ...I,..!....
iti I'xtvrt i'Ilmln?r to perforin
am IC'.H, uiiu Piutiti uu iiiu
.. . at i.-i- ii
.it. 1 I . .. I !.. IF .. I
i-umei aim .htm. iiuruuui imu
rLwmak tit! panorn on uohdio
preiureil to ilo drcHHinakliiLC.
i .4 - 1.1.. ....w.
t. r f . .1 f f .
I lirH 1 lTIIIIIIHHIIIIl 1 .11111111111 V 1M
n inn iiiilfkiil iirii'ii inr
1( you want to Ml. k to J. M.
p i II If'iliii' iflio rt t iirtt
fa any part of the." county.
Herltcly. formerly of Crook
1... If. . . I ll . !.
LlV III HUM riMIIIIVI'll IIIH HIIK'IC III
couiiiv.uuii win nereaiter reside
. ... .....
iuf ruuiririu rri"uiiiiiiuiiii.iiiuii
(iaton, the expert catcher who
iinmi'ltln ut Arllni'tnii iiiul wuh
by tlio "Stars" to play at Ilakcr
tliroii'jli mi fault of his own was
) HIM. ill. t.iiiui.i.i i.t....r u y in
I... 11 i . 1 ii
t. ..i. .u .iiitnniin.i n tw ..in
.... ... k ..... w. MIV
.I. I.I. j Ill, .1.1.. II.....
"... i ...Vl.u I'l IJ.II.IIIIU II.MI4
"tin in town Mimlay on Iim
ie luMcrn I'lnl of IJiimtllhi
heru he will remain a month
'Jw tlties on the Sound to bo
Hllll U V11LNI.I!1I'II. It (m II vnrv
'TOM for uwvorri.
- ! ri villVH W MlftU it 1 1
"r i iiiur?, tin 1 1 wun u WW
In. I mi. ,.t r I I 1 t
.... -' iu u ttlltlt IIIMUU UMI
u in uio nojmt Minday. llu
twin lus acllons ho was a goil
Tine i M'lin
V.f"Lu v.i n" had eon
"tr- n with wild
whiu intilll III r'.r. .ti
and dressed, and clloils weio made to
counteract utu elicit oi tho morphine. Ho
was removed to his rooms above Moor
hoiiso it Co.'s, but was again taken out
doors. Two men took him in charge, and
a weary night's tramp began. Tho doe
tor seoincd to bo In a sort of hazy stuor,
but at times was able to talk Intelligently,
and told his companions the reason for
his rash act, mainly one of remorse, it
seems, for his past conduct. Ilo was just
able to walk, supported by his compan
ions, but occasionally would grow a-t lim
ber us u dish-rag, and would again have
to bo removed to his room. This pro
ceeding was kept up tlio whole night
long, and the ceaseless tramp had the do
sited oH'oet. Tho deadly drug was robbed
of Its victim. To-dily tho doctor Is na'
urully very weak, but will doubtless re
cover. Tho morphine, was taken, of course,
with suicidal Intent. Cumpliell wrote a
note to his wife, and left it In the room,
explaining why he desired to end his
life, but Its contents could not be as
certained. Ilo has been drinking heavily
for somo llmu prior to and since his trip
to tli ' mountains, and to this cause may
probably ho attributed his attempt tit
Dr. Campbell Is a well-read and intelli
gent gentleman, deserving of respect
when sober, and weto It not for the eurso
of drink would bo a good man and valua
ble citizen. It is hoK!l and believed
that this last experience will teach htm
a lecson and work a lasting reform.
MA1KI! AM. IN I'KXIU.HniX,
tho now court house
Still the hot weather continues.
People may (umo and fret, and crsplro,
and swear, but it lias nut tho slightest
influence on the climate. IVrlians a
prayer for a change might bo beneficial.
P. Maxwell, Centervlllo's favorite shoe
maker was in town Sunday. Ilo reKrts
many and lusting Improvements now In
progress at Centervlllo, all occasioned bv
tho 0. & W. T. It. U.
A farmer named Arp has had consider
able hard luck lately in hauling wheat
down tho hill north of town. His wagon
broke down twice during tho process, yes
terday and to-day.
Tho "Stars" wcro out practicing, for
the fltst time this afternoon on tho new
grounds. They have thus formally dedi
cated tho park to tho national game of
P. Hansford has been appointed
ngont for the Althouse Windmill, manu
factured at Wiinpln, WlM-owdii. It is
said to be iho best on the market.
Dust on Nob Hill, iu somo places,
Is axlo deep to tho wagon that are con
tinually passing. This Is lis only
objection as a residence locality.
Tho "Stars and Strlies" havo flut
tered from tho Hug-jKilo to-day, presuma
bly in honor of the corner-stone
A largo amount of stock was shipped
to various Eastern (mints tiwlay, among
the lot ten carloads of cattle, billed to
Jacob Maver, (.rand Master of tho
state, will oll'lcially visit Pendleton and
Ktiuzlo Lodges this evening.
Tho usual array of prominent farmers
and citizens from all parts of the county
iiwi ! 4in til tntul t nn tnwtrt
iiiu in iu i ii it it; ii hi mi viiiii ii i. . ...... .
II... . .... I ..11 I .ill '. liillii m.in.
The corner-stone celebm.lon took place ', 1 " II m ko lb', tart ground ii
to-day. A full ro nort of tho ceremony . J,' " J, , P ...,
will bo published to-morrow
UlltCt'lT COL'ItT DOCK UT.
1. Wm Noglo vh .1 M Hontley.
. Uothchild & ltean vs It Jack man.
3. Sehwabuehcr Hros vs A Atkins: n.
4. Win Noes vs Miller A Kobley.
Ii. I S Jonci vm Ullver Chelev.
0. .InoO Moorhonso vs J no Walker.
7. Pendleton vh U Sundew et al.
8. Ludil ,t 'lilton vs II F McKlrov.
I). ICnupp, llurrell & Co vh I) 1C Smith
10. Knapp, UuuelKtCo. vs.Jno Knight
11. Chambers, Place t Co vs C M Hon
nett et al.
1L'. H II Itoble vs J M Henllev.
Kb C 0 Cunningham vs T V Itcrrv
I I. Frank .1 Ileale vs Iho O It ,t- N Co.
13. P X Powell A Pro vs Caruell Bros.
1(1. DA Hlchards vs .1 .1 lleutlov et al.
7. I.lua llos vs 11 U Thonipson.
8. Hawn & (luyer vs W 11 Mvers.
."Marv ll Mory vs (i V .Manslleld.
F .1 Donaldson vs National Oil Co.
P(i Strickland vs H.I llorton.
David Itrunn ct al vh M 11 Thomp-
After September 1st I will do no more credit
I business, but will
SeH Strictly for Cash!
Tim Natr I'urlt r.'mllrloii "MUrt" i.
tli SUt I.Nkr(.
Sunday evening an Maht Okkoonian
representative vUiled the baseball park
In the lower end o( town, Hii f Iret feel
ing on m riving at the park was one of
genuine astonishment at its uppcaruueo.
Although Pendleton now has somo young
in1 n who urn siierb baseball players,
thuy eannot play tho national game limited vs W Smith et ui
well as u.ov can periorm goou, souu , Ainericun Mortgage Co of Scotluud,
work, lor the past scvera .lays I hey m,cd VH ane, Mirrran.
am othorn Imvo Imipii jX)rinK steadily, l7 Xmorkm Mortgage Co of Scotland,
and the result s as follows 'they have , ,? k uf fft et u,
converted u wilderness of tangled under- ,g w K Town of Pendleton,
growth, of thickets and of IioIIowh, Into u , .
cleared, space of ground, w Ith a surface , .a ' w i. (, K, ,- ,
:o. j ii Jacobs vh Henry a yyiiiih
P I. Yoakum vh M I, Fix.
21. (1 E Stocker vh 7, Houser.
23. ltcosotfc Hediuan vs.MrsAll Hoble.
2(1. J II Koontz vs J V Shull.
27. A H Ilunna vh Kva Wuldron.
28. (I V Walker vs W J Snodgrass.
UO. .1 J Hulor vs 0 W Mellride.
ill. Watson A l.ulirs vh I- M Iluson.
II.'. Geo 12 .McCluro vs Frank HUton.
(Inn Kuoslo vh ltceso A Itedman,
114. I S Jones vh OHvo Clieloy.
Ilj. Pendleton National Hank, of Pen
dleton, vh F W Hilton and Henry
lit). Sherman, Clay A Co vh I, M
:)7. Iteo.so A ltedinan vh W J Herring.
88. First National Dank, of Pendleton,
vh P A Sllsbooctul.
lit). .1 II Hitchoy vs tioo W Kly and It
II). Ilalley A Ualleray ts F W Hilton
and Henry Wahlcrt.
Al. Nowton Iiverldgo vh 0 K McCluro.
12. Ilvron Jackson vs II (' Vaughn.
411. J II ICoontii vh (ico W Trlbble.
1 . Tie .too vh 0 U A N Co.
1. Jno lturdcn vh W II Stamper ot al.
2. W 0 White vh Until White et ul.
U. J P Kcstor vh Win M Slusher.
4. Oilman, Walker Co. vh A It Jack
6. W II Ferguson vh Ira lhuun et al.
(1. Thos P Pago vh Francis K Pago.
7. T J Stlllwell iih Wm lliirileu et ul.
8. In the matter of assignment of J .1
10. Richard Defrceco vh Caroline Do
freeco. 11. In the matter of alignment of UW
12. In tho matter of assignment of Cas
13. In the matter of assignment of J II
14. Oregon Mortgage Co vh J S Perry
10. American Murtg.igo Co of f-cotlatul,
will be cheaper than ever offered in Pendleton.
Itov. Ooldlng, a visiting minister con
ducted tho services ut the Methodist
Cliurlc.i ltayhurn left on Friday eve
ning to engage in business at Moscow,
Miss Klla Ward is gradually but stead
ily recovering from her attack of typhoid
Tho foncoarouml tho baseball park will ' 'Uuiilil K'ttf
,o fullycompletedln time forto-morrow'H no h t hur Pen.!Ior,, ,,o 1
ltowman House is being furnished iL,,i,t tho Wi lanietles. and would make
. i t it i. i. . in ii ii ... ir i . . ' . . . .
wiiii oiccine iigniH ny v. n. nyerH v io. t vurv intercsllng for tlioin
Dr. O.J. Whlttukor, dentist.
for tlio Stars. Ah to the bait Ukers,
they claim t have won every game
lliill .Irrlvalt. pluvcd lioictoloru on llioir lour, 10 inn
Vn.i.Aim. A Illow. Nolin: K Alblo. minibor of fifteen, ami It can Iw icon
Vinson; SM Oarlaiid, city ;.l J Wiiisldp. bis ,at Ntars w na ui
iicin nviui v iiivii i'.i ivi
should they win a victory during tlio
Hire.) games to 1st played to-; orrow and
as level, us hiuimiUi, unit as solid as a
.ricK-yaru. ll is rmim in miuiki, p.en.v ( o,. Schwubacher Hros vh C J Wl.ltloy
1(1111 Vll'll.11 l"l UlirVIMII 'l Mill! ' I
surrounded on ull sides by groves . if trees ., ,' w K T f iutt()Ioton,
and brush. Its locitlon could not iw bet- ,,.. .
2:i. Masonic Hull Association vh Chain
tars, Place A Co ot al.
24. State of Oregon vh Umatilla county.
2.'i. W. I). Hansford A Co vh II I. Carl
iind W C Hartlsley.
20. In tho mutter of Iho assignment of
P A Sllslico.
27. II C Vuughuu vh I-oli Vuughan.
28. A Klllngeretal vh Umatilla county.
2t. F i; Pugo vs T P Page.
.'10. Iterso A Itedman vs Win J King ot
HI. DO Coy vhJ II Davis.
Ul. In the matter of ussigiimrnt of I. A
State of Oregon vh Frederick Noble.
Statu vh M Tweedy, No I.
Stato vs M Tweedy, No 2.
Statu vs Frank Debiila.
State vh J M P Snyder.
State vs II F Shoemaker.
A CASH REBATE CARD
is furnished to each customer, which you
should bring whenever you come to buy
goods, and tho amount of your purchase
will be punched out of it; and when
you havo purchased
Fifteen Dollars Worth of Goods
You can Select goods in my store to the
ONE DOLLAR FREEl
IT IS MONEY THAT I WANT!
and Goods must be sold !
the Slate. Sunday the flro engine wuh
hauled down to the paik, uud the whole
surface wus covered well with water, and
mashed and flattened thorouyhly. Tho
soil Is of such con!stency that no dust
will bo raised during the games. Work
unn in iimi'r.'H vesterdav and lo-dav oil
I tin fence around tho paik, which 'must
I e completed in time for to-morrow's and
Tlio uamcrt soon to Iss played In Pon
has a team
that can comiur unythlug In tho Statu
persons indebted to me will pleaso
make it your business to settle either by cash
or secured note.
W. C. TILTON,
M Carey. J Hum, K Prldo and wf, O It A '
N Co j Tim (iuieloy, HukorOlty; WFinhould
llutcher. W T Cook, T P Pago. Centoi- "'''J '
ville ; J II Wooilman, Oakland, Call J M ;t','lu.'
Harks. Lincoln. Nob: J lam Is and wf. C I "g '
was a go,., ,s A ; P (i Strickland, te l-dalo; (' D Wol- " ' ,' ""j - ' ()f , ()f
m.dera,..,. T iBf "!SJ
!!!!; ?!.. J m J". :i IiSh? w,IBtM '".suJidoui ed.y.:,,,:!.
TIIK (lltANi.l.Iti SIII.U
Uughlin, Milton i D K McKiihn, Jacob
l-MhoK to m The Mil 'o jdiio w
irav. ir h,u,k () , ,IW1 l uuikhurt, O J Weir, S Miller. Po.lland ; "'Jf J. .T"
a 'ly t.io iH.tte. of her cap- Thos Oloson. J KarJiart. W J (.arson. M e, '" f
ltrn Krilmun riirrliHi tlir Wliast fur
117 l-S f'lUll. TIlM l' ll M ''tlll.
At tho (rangers ineeling Satunlay
afteriKsin, In tho library rooms of the
IjKtT (iiirnosi ,v olllco, for tho tnrjjfn
mmi1" n wiieat, u
ami liuyers were
the combination ,
. ..... t .l. At . J
Interesting eonlestH. , , ' unuou. e.uv iieu uc.a. i.i.ue ar. uers
.'alt loiWo nino win uo nere mis ."'"iwhu, .. ... r.-,i... ....... ,
afternoon tllO two u IUIH' ill".! uihuiii n.'ii:ii renin iiiuiiiiiii
irauco on IIki - nusuei man ny selling i-eparaieiy.
1. I . ... i in i l.. Itiiurlfn iV I ii. . tliii Klimirii I iitiiinl.HM.fi
TlieDalleHjJUHayloy, Newport; J M ' ' ' , I t'oinpany. Iteeso Itedman and . I. C.
.Mcponaiu, couniry. :'tli. :.r ' ' Kllliaimoro tho fmvers. Ilidiliug was
(iouiKN Kn.ii-MUs.umo IJonicKj Win I"1'"""'- ouite active. Mr. Klllian bid t!7 centH
(orthoiKioi 0( 48,(100 liiisliels, imt imn
1. .."....i.. ii.. i.. i... r.i n l.,.
I veMer" famo, is in town to day. I le w ill
hd. u,w n. . iinviitt (Vnti.rvlll.,: (i W Titswoitli. A 1 Interview ineinUw of tlio I'emlieton
t l.ro. ..i . . i . i l"i in'. . ...,,.,,. ... .. i,,!, A. Inns: It ( )l'1o. M.iiiiifjitnriliL' I iilUliailV. ill all ellort til
.... . . ,...,,- , ., ,.,.... i, i- , .1 ir.n.liirn uni H..II tilM
UUMIKii nn ,i .ro.. ,.f l.. ....... I- little. J II rMIIIIVUII. I uiu ."I'llUK ' i. iiiuuio iiiviu i " -
bULu.r . : i ..' 3 n.',,V,,;..llni Nelson-Mrs Nelson. Hutter 'machine in Kastern (Ja'gon. Jir.
k:V i i . . ,v....b. I a IIo.1lm.ii. Mr I!eauchaiiin. : Mvers should receive every encourage-
f .1 w, ......... iu.. - ..... . ., ...:...... .i. i..,..,iu ..r fi.i.uu i'i. fiiiiiini.il.
-tiMiHir L-ciiieni. .uniuii,.. - v::". :, .. . ..i .. i
AvxiU-n trit . .i.,....!. ' nr.u-ui.s- Hoi hk.-J W Salisbury Pilot , nw liiveiiiion na r -
-nuiliV 111 IIIU i . i- II I t I ttiir,l til ft 1111 1.1 1. 1111(1 ll IN IU1I i lll!Uniii
r .I...... i . . . . .i
- '...ivii l.-l.l.llll'O. .-11'.
W III tlin I..... it. .. ....,.. I..
I nslale, farmer fiom the : Kustlcoj H Harris. Milton j l Ilatliawuy,
h ef l.fxln. n is in tow.:. I City i ' i ll U'nt, rcli C welt i .
U tn..l f.tilt.r.. i.v.. :. ...Innls! Clark WalteiH: A It Itenlck; (i W
;."' UMinlle ehurcli S.indav ! Kwk Juh K Hacked. Hong Kong;
of tiiuo when it will nearly t-iiN-rcedo the
1 km oi larvesiing. niiouin
went one-elk'bth r f u cent better and ol
tulned the wheat. This price was
evidently quite satisfactory to t ho farmers
Had they sold seiurately it is believed
that (11 cents would have lscu the lst
prim obtained bv any of them. It is
thus seen that tfio tlrxt prucll-.tl, com
bined ell'ort in their own ls-lulf b
tuemliers of the Umatilla county Orange
lias resulled In U'liefit. When
thev lx'coiue more numerous and more
Tuesday Afternoon, September 4
At 2 o'clock, and 0,1 tha following-WEDNESDAY,
of Pendloton, and
II" Hill' r.ll. n .1 1 .. . ll.lf 1.1'llAl.ltl 11 1 I'lllllllll. .11 1.1 . 1.
'-r-v. iiiu i-n'iiiuiii in .... - 1 .. n"p 1 ut
"K;,r.S,",'l;. ;:!;: .fr
iii:jii iiiiii nir . , w , fi"i. ,....,i,i.li.,i iturrittfinr iirnuifiii r
ft ... .
llltk ll.n I .. I ...r.l I .
Hie milro of I ' nUlv .v
"mmm e.cniiiL''. ir..i.. f..r ;...
.Vtittl,Ktaniling the tin
S 'be wool market. Mr.
-yiiuma.11 inu nrn,w.rtl..ii
... , - -v.. .uunit lirill, IIIH ' ll iu iv..
ul rw m....i. .. . 1 V. 1 in..it...
rcUfNfi 7 "''n regreuen 1)T Ills iovnuiuor i-ict-huh
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Subscrils3rB paving in advance for tho
IJaht Okkooxiax. eith r Soini-W eekly or
Daily, can send uncthor coiiy of tho pa-
I iwr to a friend from now until after tlio
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both old and nowsulr-
East Obeoo.sias Pub. Co.
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I iiv hero by Mr. Myers for trial will prolt
I ulily soon Iw dispoml of to tho highest
Mililer among ino inniiurp.
.odgo No tier.
There will Iw u regular communication
of Pendleton Ixxlge Ko. fi-'. A. 1' . A A.
M. this evening, at o'clock, Hbarp.
Work In the M. M. IVgree. All vis Ing
brothem In good Btanding are invited.
By order of the W. M.
CHE SALT LAKES
Of Utah, will Cross Bats in throe fine
followHr The west-Ujiind passenger, .No.
3, will arrive ut U p. in. Instead of 10:10,
and depart at O.JU. The Walla Walla
bianch pas.enger, Ko 5, will arrive at
8:40 p. m instead of 10:1', but will
leave at the name hour, 1 .10 u. in. West
bound freight, Ko. 1, will arrive at 4 40
and leave at 5:45 a. in. TheM) are the
only changes. They are not us HitUfac
tory as could be hoped for, but are con
siderable of an improvement over the
EVERYBODY COME !
They are both good Clubs, and a fine contest
may be witnessed. The games will tako place
at the Base-Ball Park, in the lower end of town.