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"gEPTEMHHH 20, 1888.
, i' rtlnml In thoAlMiiBton'
n.l Hoof, ll"''lr. "' ., "
tlinn m.j -v. ...
repairing at Donaldson s
Ll.An.frulihl! UO tO 1. l
Main direct bridge.
,, ife tit Uagon Hiioici
bent. They 1,r" """"" lu
! honoruiiio worn.
U having considerable
" fbciimutiHin in his unn,
niOIUWr HIlll uunwK
concert to-night a new and
tloii. "Hoinbiirtlon" lK)lku,
Ki, containing hoIoh lor the
kirfey, apent tor uio saio oi
(Mils, WHICH ure immco w
wn to-day. These JiowcrB
... -till at work on Fred
r hall, potting In now walls,
Ll in reality making an en
Elding out of tho structure
Ieri moving tho Iiouho now
k lots on Ami nd Thomp-
r ' - . .
riho property, preparatory
heat rceidcncc in ltd stead.
in. one nf tlio specialists.
ImuM! UlinOllH 111 JUIWUUU
Ips portion of tho Dally Oro-
ncy, of tlio Iliircau, loft for
nlclit, to remain for hoiiio
r.illinheck ministering to
the thirsty during IiIm nb-
of ofllcuH for rent In tlio
. . I. t .i
tS UUIIUlllg, sicaiu iiviuuu,
Iilegcn, not aim cola wator,
convenience, for fI5 per
bmtiui, agent for tho Ainu
ncc t o., ami mo rreiorreu
Kew York, m in town, to ro-
i or ho in tlio interests of tho
Ul call and lnscct tlio fine
rtiful trimmed lints lust ro
lie 0H!ra Millinery Storo.
bn, the nay or demure, can
Hn. J. A. MurHton returned
Iroiu Portland, wliero Mrs.
I met by tier husband on Iter
i a visit to her California
. f 1 1 t t It A
IVinott liuvo Htartod u finh
connection mm uicir iron.
I ....! -. II. I
can bo procured by cuHtom-
! f 1 t" I
f f t.t.l
wrought to liavo, money, but
have hidden it uway in tho
.i.i.. -. .
'mm nr in Nim m niiinr tiivm
r. Nono of it Ih floating
17.000 pounds of wool In
r.Air Ukkoosian'h informant
V mUttilrnn (n r.i.iiril In tlirt
nientloneil yesterday wlio
to U iiayinir fourteen und
Oreuonian in under obllga
management of tho Walla
ulttiral Society for a comnli-
ket handed its Walla Walla
it, who will keep IIh renders
IIIU dailies Of tllO HOClOtV'H
barber. J. S. l'onuov. of
ruiYirmt iiiivm MtiniiKi von
itutreet, und ho will inmrun-
i only nlxty cenU to-dny in
Them toomn to wt no dft
,rrtl1' tauiuiun, nun
, I.i. . .1.1.. I !,. .1 ...I
wem in the whoat niuiki't,
iiunv an huncHt fanner div
it in f)d hard coin.
Da Plniili 1i:ivim nn Iii.iiIdIiI'm
Jiuoriii.i, uccoiupaiiied by Mm
Jir r. A. Miner and .Mlm
"II. Minx Smilli will remain
mirini! me winicruml will
lenait'lon next hprliiK. Her
heroin town to-day to bid
Of thu Ijmc iTrontf mull
t-leeplni o, hci Honndly Hleep
'Duor lVnillt.tmi tu..til. tfitii
'lull timex inn! dull t.iiuliu.j
i mad.) o make them 11
ItH pru-cnt 1'i.nilitlr.n nn far nn
. tjw road i- but litllo lttor
till. (mini, t.i llin rnnlrlaM.
VtlilMOIl .ului ullnu- itlifflr
In i ... k i . i .
- ..tiui.if ( own me LrraiiL".
K lirevi'litoi! iinil urnrlc
riniHU .t.i....i i... ..
- , ii hiii tlie ri elH
tllOUld Mrvn ... ..
Mr. W. M. Turner is back from a vinlt
to his HI no Mountain mine, in tho Green
horn Mountain region, lie reportB a
great futuro for tho mlneH of that poctlon
and Is uulto cnthuslaHttc, as he haw had
a Hiiinplo of tho oro from his claim as
sayed, und tho rotiort of the iiwayora Is
$20.20 to tho ton. Uncoil it Stcvotmon, of
Uakor City, mado tlio aBsay,
Tho two Chinamen who tdilpped from
l..ll.. U'..tt.. 1... f ' ' 1 .1!..
rmm i.iiiuk iviuuru ui uiu n;i:i;iii un-
covery of a dead niiin lu ono of their
dens tit that place. and came down on tho
1'ciidlcton brunch, pawed on tlironli to
roriinnii. i no ceicsilaw aio uiwuvh cun
I nlnj iih foxes, and theso two will prob
; ably never bo caught.
From 10 to $15 u day Ih the avcraeo
I amount collected for town taxc by
I Martdial French, which hIiowh that n'o
taxpayer in ovorburdened at prCHont with
' lucr. Ity tlio find of next month, how-
over, delinquents nuiet pay up without
further delay, says tlio marshal.
A certain citizen of Pendleton mado
rather a peculiar bet with another to-dav,
wagering another that ho would bo able
to nay taxes on r.000 insidoof fives ve.irs.
starting at zero. Ho will probably strain
every norvo to accumulate tho $.V,000, in
order to win the $100 bet.
One of those "dodirastcd" wind nnd
dust storms, causing dirty, dusty particles
to penetrato everywhere und cover every
thing liko a pall, mado its upcaranco In
town this afternoon. .Storms of this
character tiro probably tho greatest cmse
of Kastern Uicgon.
The Willamottcs have dlsbandoncd.
owing to the recent disheartening defeat
at tho hands of tho Suit I.ako team, but
will nrobablv rcoritanl.o. This knocks
in tho head uny attempt at present to nr
rango h series of games between them
and tho Stars.
A pine marten, tho property of a Mr.
Morrow, has been on exhibition for tho
past week or so at Jacob Studenhordt's
saloon, attracting considerable attention
by its peculiar actions. Uio curious lit
tle animal will bo shipped to Portland by
Tho combination wlro and picket fence.
bron ul it here somo time into, is now nn
exhibition in front of Failing's furniture
store. It apiiears to lo u neat and dura
ble fence, easily constructed, but, us yet,
has not been very extensively Intro
Tho treasurer will shortly Issue an
other call for count v scrip, determining
not to liuvo a dollar lying Idle In tho
treasury which can lo applied to the pay
ment of tlio county dont. iniswiii he
his third call since his succession to of
Mills Andrews, who was so "fatally"
stabbed somo time ago at Island City by
ii young man In his employ, is in town
to-day, and looks far from lieing u dead
man. In fact, ho has fully recovered
from tho elR'Cts of the wi:und received.
Ilrlck for tho now court house Ih begin
ning to nrrlvo, nnd teamsters wcro en
gaged to-day In hauling It to the build
ing's site, scattering it in shupelesH piles,
soon to lo transformed into the symmet
rical walls of a splendid edifice.
Manairer Kueblor proposes to "rustle"
with a vengeance, and if a club can bo
found from horu to Joriclio that .will como
to Pendleton and play ball dates will bo
arranged at once. A tournament would
now bo tlio correct tiling.
Grand Chancellor G. W. Jett. accom
panied by quite a numlier of Knights
from Pendleton, left at three o'clock to
institute tho new K. of 1 lodge at Ccn-
terVillo. tho ceremony taking place turn
Mr. and Mrs. i)cmtnett arrived in
town last night from Vancouver, W. T.
It Is thouuht that Mr. Dcmmctt may lo
cate in Pendleton, should he bo satisfied
with tho advantages it oilers.
Ike KIopii. well known us an old resf-
denter of this aeglon. was in town lust
night on his way to alia Walla. IIo Is
now located In the famous Monumental
When completed, tho front and hides
of Gagen's now hotel will present a uni
que appearance, hut withal, handsome
Miss Pibyl Grillln went over to linker
CItvon Wednesday morning's train, on it
visit to hor sister, .Mrs. I.oulo carter.
Ou iriLr to somo unaccountublo reason,
tho Kaht Oiikiiosian'h telegrams failed to
put in un apiKjaranco to-day.
T, F. Hourko returned last night from
trio to Portland, tho Sound country,
and Victoria, it. u.
Chiis. Haskall Is onuaired to-day In
proving-up on his pre-emption claim.
Oscar Heiison was down yesterday
from the mines.
WALLA WALLA LKTTKIt.
An IntcrrAtliiR Hatch of Nw from Onr
Wau,a Wali.a, Sept. 10.
Mails havo been very irregular Of late.
This is a chestnut that ou can easily
crack, but It's hard to digest.
TBI. (I It ANT COUNT? LINK.
Thn SarrrjoM Itctura Work In Vrrjr
Rough Counlrr The John Uny Bridge
In Umatilla County. .
County .Survoyor Arnold and tho sur-'
vevlnc party which w ent w ith hhri to sur
vey tho line between Umatilla and Grant i
ugainst husband and
Tho funeral of hdwuid lonng, tlio
young man found in the (.'hlnci-o den
John Corliss, father of thn vninu mun 1 1'iiiintlcn. rntnrniwl l.iut n-.ilntf iiflpr un
slabbed last week week, returned from absence of twenty-two davs.
N ancoitver Monday, whcio he In lied UU Mr. Arnold" wan interviewed to-dav by
dead son. The old gentleman iwU viy nn Mast Ohehoman reporter, und Wildly i
sad at the loss of his boy, but has cp. ken furnished the following information of 1
kind words to the sorrowing wife ot H in. the expedition :
ruiihiemiiker, nnriioiing no in will, 'ino twiriy loiuiii tlio -l-jth inimllul to li
wiic. 17 chains soiiiii oi the towns i i no lie-
tween townships rt and 7 south, which
linil liorelnforo Ih'pii tiikin iih thn ciiinitv
.Monday night, is leaving the Knisconal i llni. Tliev becan the survov nt a ooin't
church as 1 write. i (,n the parallel H7 chains south of the cor-
In ten dajs from date tho gradooflner of townships (J and 7 south, and
Hunt's Eureka Flat load will be llulshed i ranges 20 and ao eaft. At the starling
to tho depot and freight houso site within ! point thev set up a largo rock, marked
tho city limits. Some predicted that "It. C." on the north. "((. V.h on tho
property In tho vicinity of tho Propo-ed south, nnd "O" on the east. Thev found
depot grounds would dopicciate In value. . a very rough country, over high hills and
It is astonishing, though, to would-be Sleep canvons. being breaks along tho
purchat-crs in that locality how the for
mer prices asked for eertuln lots have in
creased. Tho Northern Paclllc and t). U. tts N.
Co. have both shown a commendable in
terest in our coming county fair, by mak
ing special passenger and freight rates.
This is us it should be, for what Is gooso
to ono Is gander to the other.
From Mr. C. licimunn, who was in the
city Tuesday lu company with Hunt's
head carpenter, I learn that as soon as
the exact location of tho site for tlio
freight house and switch yards is decided,
work will begin on platforms, so that
wheat can bo stored und bo ready for
shipment when tho rails aro laid.
The Walla Walla Gas and Klcctrlc
light Co.. from all indications, mean busi
ness. Tiiis company, the past week, has
erected 02 poles for the electric light sys
tem, throughout the main thoioughfares,
and liuvo laid neatly two miles of two
inch gas mains into tho resident portion
of tho city on cither side of Main street.
In three weeks our city will appear in tho
brilliant lollection of the electric light.
A letter from a friend who took advan
tage of tlio G. A. H. excursion rate over
the Northern Pacific, to Columbus, Ohio,
denounces .tho company, for the
shabby treatment and long delays en
route. Chickens como homo to roost.
Tho Garrison base ball club speak very
highly of tho treatment received while
In your city, and although they lost tlio
games, they do not despair of yet lieating
tlio Stars of Pendloton, which by the
way, musi be a crack nine to get away
with the boys in blue.
Not satisllcd with having one sheet in
thla county to do their dirty work, the
democracy of this county havo enlisted
tho suport of Itov.(V) F. W. I). Miivh,
Independent, who leads oil' by traducing
ono of our oldest citizens, w ho is iiio Ho
publican nominco for sherlir. Awaro
that the I.ast Oiif.oonian Is a Democratic
nuwsimner. of tho fust class, wil ing to
siieak fair for all who so deserve to bo
1 . 3 ... - 1 A ..I I ...
spoken oi, vour corrcsisinneui, aiming 10
to do the fair thing by both panics,
warns tho voters against such fellows as
Mays, democrat "for revenuo only."
Tim Agricultural society, now making
extensive preparations for the county
fair, have concluded to tit once begin the
erection of 20 more stables on their
ground opiKxdto tho Driving Park.
Steps uro being taken to organUo a
nleked nine to nlav n match uamo of ball
for a suitable purse and banner, at tho j
Driving Park on ono of the fair days, i no
matter has been suggested to the Agri
cultural Society, und I am sanguine that
our people will raise u Hiilliclcnt purse to
induce tho Stars to shine on our diamond
Tho Union got oft tho following tru
ism: "The llfo of u nowspaiter man who
cannot take, without flinching, a dose of
tho medicine lie is in tno iiaoit oi admin
istering to others, must bo an unhappy
Thoro Is some Iniortant business for
our Hoard of Trade, and u special meet
ing is called for hriday afternoon at tlio
City Hall. , ,
An effort will bo inudo to induce tlio
owners of tho Chinese buildings, within
tho city limits, to tire-out their tenants,
and if iossiblo rent to white people, or
tear them down and loplaco them with
business houses. 1 think If Uicko prop
erty owners are properly approached by a
deputation, of say twenty-ilvn of our lead;
ing tax-payers, tney win cueeruniy
what is without a doubt, u nubile in
sitv and benellt to ull. Let us try them.
At tho coroner's inquet Tuesday after
noon In the cuso of I'd. Young, tho
young man found dead in tho Chinese
ilen, It was established that ho was last
seen ov a young inonu, i miliar, mich,
Saturday night ut 10 o'clock; that Glen
canyons that put into the north fork of
John Dav. The canyons varied from
200 to 2000 feet in depth, nnd the sides
wero very precipitous und covered witli
brush und rock, making tho work ex
tremely dillicult. Tlio trees found uloug
the routo wcio marked with ono notch on
the east and ono notch on tho west sides,
to Indicate tho lino. They progressed
about eighteen miles eastward from tho
starting Point, following tlio parallel,
when thev found themselves 100.80
chains south of the township lino between
townships 0 und 7, showing that tho
township Hue was not accurate.
The brldeo across tho North Fork,
fthlclihuH been ono of tho main causes
of dispute, was found to lo ubont a mile,
and ono-quHrtcr tills sido of Uio lino, and
therefore beyond any further queotion in
Tho Grant county survoyor, Mr. Neal,
was found to bo a very gentlemanly and
competent man, and tho two survoyorh
were lu perfect harmony throughout in
tlio work. Mr. Arnold also Bjieaks in
high praise of his assistants, all of whom
jierformeil their duties faithfully and
In' roply to a question, ho thought tho
line, If prolonged to the Union county
lino, would not Include much of tho valu
able mining projwrties within Umatilla
county, but would leave them in Grant
county. , .
Ho also says In reference to tho critic
ism of the county court on tho party s
purchases, that tlioy liad tiso for every
thing thev bought, and w hat was not used
up was sold, including the pack-saddio,
for cost. . , , ,
It Is to bo hoped that this work will
sottllo tho long dill'ercnco of opinion about
tho lino betweon I'matilla and Grant
Vn.i.Aitt HoitsK. Frank J.ggleston,
La Grande; J E Taylor, Arlington; John
Mathcson, N Ilcrkoley, Pendloton; II
Holdon, Detroit; Dr O U Darrin, Walla
Walla; W E Price, A II Sundorman, J A
Marston and wlfo, I, Ferguson, O John
son, Millor A Crossen. Sun Francisco; i
II Church, Kansas City; M Allon nnd
wife, UakerCity; Til Mcintosh, 1-arm-ington
; Chas Davis and wife, Portland.
How-man Hochk A H Stanley, Hell's
Kitchen; J H Phillips, Centervlllo; .Mrs
A 11 ltothroek, Wild Horso; M Andrews,
KJacobson, La Grande: Donald Hoss,
Vinson; E White and wife. Umatilla; I)
E lllair. Pocatello: Prof FK Hepburn,
citv; J II KoonU, Kcjio; A J Marsh and
wife. AdaniH; J M llrennan, Prof Harry
L Chilton, Pendleton; Geo Williams, ho-
"ttle. . . , .
riotous- itiin r I.l.nrt. I uCirunde; 1
Hathaway, Geo Franklin, City; John
iir..,v,, iv.1,1 Ss'tirlnir! .-.Thompson. G W
Glirord, Portland ; Mr Neboii.Contiirvillo
T J llarncs Wash Tor; (' llrudshaw,
Chicago; Frank Smith, Wallula; jus , u
Donnahuo, Idaho; M McDonald Mis
souri; J J Uradford San Francisco; 1 J
McCurthv, Omaha; G W Snyder, yin
son;WA Lautliormun and brother,
Mandan, Dak ;
Precaution III Nnokiiup Kitlln.
The Mayor of Sokano Falls hiw Is
llin follow ing nroclinations :
Owinir to tho fa.t that frequent fires
havo occurred within tho city in tho post
fow davrf, and there being just cause io
bellovo' that the sanio aro of Incendiary
origin, now therefore in consideration of
theso facts, I, Jacob Hoover, mayor of
tlio city of Hiwkuno Falls, do hereby re
miBt und insist that all suIooiih le
closed lietween the hours of 11 o clock v,
m. und 4 o'clock a. m.. until further or
,lers, Jacoii Hoovkk, Mayor.
t .Lfliih U'urren. Chief of Police
You aro hereby ordored to enlist such
number of special police uh will insure
property against tho depredations of in
.V..iior'ia nnd rootdro them to use such
means as aro within their power to clear
tho streets of all iorsons between tho
hours of 1 1 o'clock i. M- and 4 o'clock a.m.
Jacoii Hoovkk, Muyor.
About a Hrlioul Thr.
Two of the taxpayers of the Nolin
cm,aI .iiiitrirt culled at this otllco yester-
of ! dav evening, and requested tho correc
ts tin'n .f thn iiiim published fuesdaj in
nd its lire department. Tlio reference to Mr. A. I.. Cook not .Jiav ng
ft rnndhinti . ; . iti i ..i..-J ..a in iphr for UlU Ulmtir
i m , . . m . a..A tii.it inn roil
(;'T' h is mere. ore necessary m that msinci. iuo)i " -ve
il.MLirti.,u,.i i v. . i ti r..v nut nnmloved was thai
onah um u..u,i i -,mio.l iv the ma oiity of
'".firemen shouhl 'v..Hn !ind r!tinln ihodistr ct: that no ono has
loneep tuemselves in i the "tnsme trucis, uou .;
ice mikM iur(ai.i u 1 i . i.. hoAn pinnloved. the) are
,...vv.. Rill. . b ... ICnvIIB . . . . 1
Wtv n..rrA..i.. ...... . -M t. tufhAr. and
7. "tire department, onpinn. ' wnnia eladlv receive applications for tlio
- cr cowpaniee. hfe teams I nlace. A new bcnooi nouso u -
out and have a good ,qli4 i completed, and .will be comfortably twee
Nr Kllrllirt anil far on lh O. It
The locomollvo which went through the
trestle ucur Mosier u fow days since has
been dug out of tho pilo ot wheat which
covuri'd it. und is found to bo miioh less
.. I Intnrml than was expected. 'illO wheat
air lead- piled upon It prevented the flru from
ully do! twiHting things out of shaiio. Tho ongino
neces- Is on its wheels and un Incline has lieon
built Ulion Which It win no uauiou unu
placed on tho track. This is very fortu
nate us thn O. H A N. Co. has no en
gines tospare at prefcnt. Several engines
ordered bv tho company for pushing
trains up their steeliest giudos, will not
Msi available until early noxl month.
ai Young were in the den s. .ok ng 1 Tlio company has also contracted with
,m, wont awuv ",! Young returned I tho llillnian Car Company for .100 Im
on" alsiu 1 o'clock Sunday morning, .cars which will not bo delivered for hlx
Thedea li was caused bv heart disease, weeks yet. 'ihoy woie orde.ed somo
brought on bv too much opium and time ago, but there was so many ordera
liouor Two Chinamen are under nr- In ahead that it was iinKsiblo to get tho
rest, but tho fhreo wanted have gene to curs us soon as desired.
Portland. A Chine-je J"lr w fp't'l i" 1 .r.T, 177,1..
,1Jm$n i c T. M MCUide .ho manager of the
CorlisH and Fenstemaker having been ( Salt I.ako team, who bus Ijeen to L ah
done on "lie govcinment reserve, Fort during IhecontehtH of his team with the
Walla Wu a. Fen-temuker will not have ! Willamottcs, passed hrough town last
a hearing until November, when the , night to gather in the Mor,o , ball
KntnlStutPH court convenes. toshers at Portlan.l, und take them to
Al te g's HveTnl Ut-Pocalello, who
eourt hou"e la't Friday evening. The pltciie.I for Uakor City during the tournu.
clim m rv ' exam nation will ho bold inent thete.who will a.:compar.yt he man
T u nSbv It Is-1 " Harry Floyd, driver uger to tho Sunny South, und play Ml
iX Ukes. I lair, who caught
to team in tho htu wliqn no lounu u ; ior iwvine,ui;win i iu um 111
horsle in the Txt stall had l-con nib-. far as Pend oton, and is now- in own, re-
bling at one of his horse's car. no went coning inn icm u. ... j
know what Floyd was doing. Words) A gentleman just down from Fannlg
arose and Floyd, ho is a very aceuble toJ reporlg tlHt Kilpatrick llros. A Col- (
man, wanted amiv. 'mi . ... - lnH eontrociors, aro pnsiiniK aio"K
urno.l iiltnrp.l ii cnrHO and HtrUUW I .. ,1... ii'., i. :,,... o T.Utin mini Irnm
nun .....ii.,., - - -
Flovd with a knife, inilicling a dangerous
.wound over tho left cheek none. lew.
on the Washington & Idaho road from
Farmington to Kockford.at a rapid rate, j
Tho grading of tho , whole thirty-five
mi es is neariv compieuo aim iiino
Otj.u u,ulnf Into tow n aro In ieanui m es of track la d. I he woric oi iraca
condition, caiiMl by iv.ntinuoiih passing laying will go a head as fast as material
of heavy loaded wagons, cuuiuk 'ul"'" ; can oo gov m mo num. """
tiiA iimt 1111 10 me iiiidn. f.tcii irruai uriuaiiu iui lu.iins ,
il.. m "ull 1
of the streets, 'ini? the Immense wheat crop, it Is veryl
thorougtnares are in u wccu luuutuik w tck ,u
ii lfallml ulrffot. for instance. 1 --
being described as pc.iUvely impassable. Al en G. Thurman ! now at work on
Nothing seems to be done, however, but hla letter of acrepUnce, aad it may be
to idly alt and long for rain. looked for aoon.
A Twepty Dollar gold piece will bo given lo imy onis who will
find a GROCERY STORE in Pendleton, that will null
regularly cheaper than they aro celling al thu
1 pay (mihIi and
SELL FOR CASH
And am and will make the
Tho cheapest Grocery Htoro in town.
I Have no Old Stock to dispose of.
All goods are now and frenh and of the
I intend to Keep tho lead in High Grade and Ijvv Prices of
goods or will pay the above reward to the one who earns it.
P. A. CARRIER,
Odd Fellows Building. - - - Wain and Alta fits.