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A very pious young man, named
Cliarlos Urocking, camo to North Powder
from Tioga county, N. Y., lust March,
and got into tho good graces of a family
named CltarneH, with whom ho boarded,
but failed to pay, claiming ho could not
get pay for IiIh wook In u mill them,. Ho
Uo ilnully Hklpped out, alter ransacking
tho house and stealing u watch. Homo
money, and other valuables. Ho also
Orfsonlan llrnnch OBIce.
. . 1 tllUilUV. 1U IILIIIr VJllllILIllI'N.
nchoflif?."''1!?. ft?,"' Yi n a S ' borrowed various biiiuh of nionev
u"''con.l ilr, tiii'l". !''!!!" Tlio other tnerchunrtlso stores have re-
fill "i - " f II tl I WW U . III! Will UU i . . . .....
i..f IlllUlVr ;-v. ...,,. , pptVOM mm lit ii I tun nniirlt rill Until utltu
IV - - . , nnll IW I'tillUIClWIIatlllV . w..v n iiiiiu iiiimij i ...r
!ir..,riiii nt'iioriilly, tpiiuik"? ply of uoods for tho winter. Alexander
1 . .T.it when in rorimnu. uo win
rin3r them ' service in m
K. Co., Photographers.
.ii ..inr ii.ni c Houtn is incrcas
v. i..in frnm the rancn on a
t)V to '
Mtch repairing at Donaldson &
. i .. t r
iihotouraiuiH ko iu v.
tthc Main street bridge.
lUtnncy i In Union attend
'. ......i t.nlni. Interested in guv-
.. u litir nl Wiillnwu. and
" ' . 1 ' ! 1 I . ...
T. Hixiit wcro murneu iubi
i.lu ti'lfrt ut (iiiirnn'H hnlnl
R11U mo " tin
!.....,.,.,( -rimv urn wiiiini; to
ilhdof honoraiiie worn.
iiiiteit of offices for rent in tho
utoosiAS building, steam heated,
f 'I...... l.nf unit f'nlfl U'llfur
prilll-K-n, m - .-.. i
ber conveniences, iur iu n.-r
mwn. who was killed at Uurns
evening of tho 7th instant, by
Iirntlu.r iif Miirl. Itriitvn
nerlv publlslied the btatcs Nights
rfcutiicd that Jack Edwards has
the CiarH. lie, uix-uniiug iu
hai acquitted hlnifelf well wlillo
nitli the Salt Lakes, and will
accompany tuai ciuu to ban
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rjicrson, uie onorKCiic tumor 01
ifncr Gazette, tuihmju throueh
ttmbv to meet hlH wife in Walla
CkiiiiiniK i" . - . .
I... ,.. Inilf tt fltlu mnrtiltiir'ii
1 LVUt'l llttll vn nun "
The lov editor ot ttie Homo
. ..I- anliilH VAlllilltn JI1IJ IIIA
m'.i. " .1 ..... .... I..
trouble huR boon caunod by tho
limine oi lonnmorn wno jiuah
crofKini; hack of Wheelan'H and
r break down aino pmowaiic on
, So two txjHtH liavo been put
I i i i
lniiiiTN in inn riiiifuiin lu uiivn
Child and another l'rlnovillo
iiuki1 through town nunday
I I A .1 1 f
nr uuiiKoi catno. which wero
: Tim Dalles, und uro bound for
muketK. Tho business of cattle
j .it..., i i... -
tiuyunnv in ivamuin uiukuii.
r evening nuinberH of l'endlo-
vita niriu MUAliiuniv unuiuiiK
u.iii:ir nii'm wim riurri frifivnH.
of (JonKelK-rry rules, between
lletontiitiH of puglliHtiu nualltics.
nuni ijiipii iii mtiiro.
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vii rAllllillluil Mb iiuumi n
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object of much curious iittun
sUher "ram avis," n veritablo
I II l.t- I 1111 1 ...
m tin iitii imnn in mi iir h
at More, and nlmreH honom with
ifrom curiosity Inintorii.
nnoyer Is In receipt of a com
hnt Yamhill eonnty, OroKon,
th&t (M)tuo meamires bo taken to
. I.. 11...4
The governor has answered
lm ..t...... l.t ....At It..
uiLn nun mi liiiiiiuriLV iu
k 1 1 4 ll V
' " "'V HUM 111 VllVj tllVIU
fit iltA ,nit:
tnjn rewrt that Tcndloton is a
ey mor tno town. Hto up
return to tho hottd. and never
in llu ,u t that I'ond eton mer-
lra ii. ..I.. ..11 1 .1 I
v..ii iii, iiinmi iiii'ii iiir.ii.1
' rvr,iiu V ,, vi liuit'miiu livuri'i,
u.v.i,i, iiivi inwra rruiiiii in.
'Ji"l;aveone arden ndmirer at
rendieton. Ho seriously avers
,-n.t Lakes aw the only eltib In
Mnited States wh can down
nd thould the Mnriiions
ikeatourof tho Kant, ihev
wiout every nlno in tho na
neor association. The iiIkivo
M III lltl Oilin.i.lnAU-i In llifa
iHIHVrillLN. Il ...I"
" uie Murs,
rJivll)no ! .....I
..... jiini ii'l'll UIIUPll'ii iiiiu
o the ronntv iail for sti-alini: a
.lltui II It!. I1U IIIUllt3 It
atjke If lm linrl fnrmn.l tl
1111 111(1 IIMIICI.IIIU
njslit now h.ivo lieen a con-
1 Itlll ii ..,. I.. IU. 1 I 1..
I " I""! .11 IIIU IM..1I. I'l
, -"bui'iuim in -an non u
' n error of UiU character he
'o ins linn r ,ed
'a temllnt in on a small scale lv
& Fnuior followed stilt to day, receiving
a iiirgo invoico oi goods oi overy variety.
Customers in tho town mid iu the coun
try round ubuut will certainly find a great
deal to ehooso from in tho Pendleton
market this winter.
Allmnv Democrat: Mr. Jesse Moore,
a prominent stockman of Umatilla
county, came all the way to Albany to
havo a tumor on his neck taken out, and
to-day Dr. J. L. Hill Hiiccessfullv lire-
formed tho operation. That is going a
good ways for u surgeon but Albany has
sumo us good ones as there uro in the
Judgo Feo left for Union last night to
hold u term of court at that place, having
adjourned court at thin place last Satur
day night. For a young and inexperi
enced judgo, In his Hist term upon the
bench, Mr. Feu has won the good opinion
of tho bur und tho people generally.
The material has nil arrived for ho 0.
A W. T. K. U. Co.'s now depot, turnt-i-bio
and thrco-stull round-house at Center
villo, and us soon its u suillcient force of
curpentors can bo procured work will be
rapidly pushed to completion.
Hev. Mr. Tichinoro, of Walla Walla,
delivered two excellent sermons last Sun
day morning and evening iu the Hpisco-
rial church, having come over irom t tin
Garden City and conducted the service
by special request.
Mrs. ltachel Yoakum, mother of Judgo
II. V. Yoakum, of Niillu, died at the
residenco of her son on Saturday last,
Further particulars of her lifo and death
will lo published In u future issuo of this
A young man named King borrowed
tlOO of Hud Toney, a Maker county
fannur for whom ho had been working,
linltiilil II 111. IV U'.lfTilll Iif HflUIllf .'
Co. on credit, which he sold, ami skipped
H. T. Cox returned Saturday night to
Colfax, after u pleasant visit with his nu
merous Tendloton friends. Mr. Cox'h en
thusiasm on tho baseball qualities of tho
Colfax nine dcp.it ted with him.
Tlio Kdltorof tho Ksur Oiikoonun wus
hospitably entertained whilo in .Sulcm by
Ihoso goo'd peonlo, Mr. and Mrs. (J. N .
Webb, und their daughter Mrs. Frar.lor.
Fred I-aflb, u freight train man. had
Ids hand amputated on Friday by Dr. X.
(. Itlalock. It was crushed lietween two
freight cars ut Umatilla.
John (5 mien has purchased tho entire
cargo of oil paintings displayed for sale
by tho laco company, for the purpose of
decorating his now hotel.
J. M. Toonoy lias declared his inten
tion of Incoming a cltien of these
United .States, making application in tho
clerk's olnco to-day.
It is reported that Turner it Crews, and
F. V. Tustln. uttornovH. havo entered into
partnership for tho pructico of their profession.
T. .1. Kirk, who will roproxent tho pco
;lo of Umatilla county in tho next I.cgis
aiere, Is iu town to day.
Joe Cannon, the Lexington fire fiend
was convicted ami sentenced 10 uvu
yearH in tho ponltentary.
L. 11. ltccdor, now special agent Inr tho
Stato Insurance Company, is iu town,
rustling tor business.
Tim St. Charles Hotel at Albany, after
lying idle for six years, has Ixtm refitted
and opened up again.
W. .1. finodgrass, of Laiiranile, has
moved to l'ortlund to reside durini: tho
Tho total amount of tuxublo projierty
in Uiunt county is fa.W.'.iHO.
TDK COAI. MINK.
AMOTIIKR MAX (lONK WHOMO.
John Mclrrjr SUIp, I.rivliiB Mrniy Creil-ltor-"l)ctor"
The Irreiiressllile .Inlm Mndiirrv hnt
skipped. Thero is no question u mt thi.
fact, and his numerous viuditoM are
mourning. Ho left l'eudleton nbn.it a
week ago, and no one suspected am tiling
'wrong; but when It was heard th.it ho
had gone over the Hnu to llaker Citv.und
from there had gone to Huntington, and
was trying to pass himself otr for u doe
tor, reports bei.Mli to snri'ail. unit llti.ill v
simmered down to the cold, hard fact that
hu had actually skipped
Metiarry has always apivcared to bo do-' lion and treatment of hidden cavities of
ing a fair buslno'S, especially lately with Mho head and throat aro confessedly tho
his grocery store, but examination 1 most perfect of anything vet devised for
'shows that (.is uU'ulis havo been con-1 this special purposo enabling them not
uue.ieu in u loose, Haphazard fashion, ft only to reanuy uiscover tho exact nature
is probable that his liabilities will of tlio complaint, but also to direct their
amount to several thousand dollars J. applications to the diseased parts soellee
1 W. Flack is the heaviest creditor, Me- tually that relief Is often experienced
' Ourry owing him about two thousand 1 at once, and permanent cures aro often
; dollars. Complaints for attachment suits olieelcd In tho most stubborn and aggra
woro mod ny .nr. i iucic lor $1,11711.7..',
and by I, H. Dawson, assignee,
for fV-Urf.tid. It wis not genurally
suspected, Bavo by u fow of tho knowing
ones, that ,McUarry was so badly im
merse!! in tho sea of dcbt.head and heels,
Tn nlariMrn nf tlio Tliront mnl Lune Sol-
rntlllcal)r anil Slicccufully Treatril br
Kur imtviiril nf m.iiiv Vivirs Dirt. D:ir.
i In's professional attention lias been ex
clusively devoted to the study und inves
tigation of these important ailments, and
' it is with pardonable pride that thev refer
1 to tho success which they havo achieved
, in their treatment unit cure. Their moth
I od of practice is distinctly original, based
1 umii strictly rational and sciuiititle prin
ciples and followed by tho happiest ie-
' ultltu Tiintr iitti1tmwiii.j f. if tt n v ti uttii ii
For the Next Sixty Days.
und tho fact of his skipping is probnblv
surprising news to numbers of Penillclon
people. MePurry, during his residenco
ere, hail ci.nu to lo regarded us a pe
culiar flxttt'c, and ho doubtless will bo
greatly m ssed from his accustomed
haunts. Ho wus a genial, well-disposed
gontlemat , so far as known heretofore,
und hud many friends who will le.irn of
his departure iu this fashion with regiet.
Hu is supposed by many to havo left
well supplied with lucre, but whether hu
did or not cannot bo ascertained. It is
qultu likely that ho has ccnslderablo
money Iu his possession. About nil the
property that can ,bo found to satisfy his
creditors is tlm little grocory store on
Main street, but this amount of procrty
will not near pay his debts, und most of
the unfortunates whom ho owes will
doubtless be left heavily in the lurch.
IAI f.H'H IIOTK.I,.
A Hupfrli riullillni. Complrtn In llrrrj-lltitnll-l'riiillclun
In the I.rml.
Sunday, u party containing u represen
tative of tlio Hast Ohi:uonian wcro
kindly shown through hi new hotel by iikak.nf.sh cimEt) ik fivk MiNUTrs nv nnn.
and wero mirpriried nt mo
In catarrh the offensive dlschurgo soon
dlminislics, in thunra.it I nsibt ides, ulcera
tions are made to heal, the breath In re
stored to its natural purity and a twtnu-
nenteuro is speedily cflccted. Throat
utlcctions of whatever nature ylold like a
charm and the sumo bcnotlclul c Meets
uro produced in impairments and disor
dcrs of tho vocal organs, iu chronic und
preslstuut coughs as vycll oh in bronchial
and pulmonarv complaints. In the
treatment kof doafness prompt roliof is
usually felt, und tho hearing is either
entirely restored or materially benefit
ted; wbllu discharges from tho oar from
whatever cuuso aro radically und per
manently cured in a, short time. And it
Is ono of tho happy features of Prs.
Damn's practico Hut tho applications
iiitiM neither pain nor distress and can
thcreforo be readily administered to tho
most nervous person.
A candid opinion will invariably bo
given nn to tho possibilities of a euro and
no cuso will ho accepted for treatment
which docs not ollor a reasonable cliunco
of success, and whilo far from professing
to perform impossibilities, or to cure ev
ery cuso that presents itself for treatment.
Drs. Darrin may safely statu that patients
under their professional caro will receive
every benefit guaranteed by scienro, skill
una comprencnuvo experience.
Propoieit IJevflopment, ami tlrt Kiie
tatloni Slay 1'rnveQult Valuable.
W. 1). Fletcher and 0. J. Carlson havo
returned from tho Umatilla Coal Com
panv'H initio at tho head of liutler cr ek,
in w'hicli soino fow l'eudleton parties uru
interested. Mr. Fletcher brought back u
quantity of samples from tho mines,
which Ourn splendidly, and uro of excel
lent quality. The present ledge, which
has toon followed into tho mountain for o
distance of over 100 feot. varies from a
foot und a half to three feet of good coal
in thickness, und it lias beon estimated
that development of this ledgo alone
would bo vorv profitable. Hut It is nl
most invuriuoly tho cuso that a second,
and oven a third or fourth ledgo of greater
magnltudo is discovered soino distance
underneath tho first, and tlio company
proposes to sink u shaft und tap this
iMnnil liwk'n. which U supposed to oxist.
If it is discovered, and there is everv rea
son to supK)he that it will bo. tlio 0. It. I
& N. Co. has promised to build a branch i
railroad to the mine, and the coal field w ill .
undoubtedly provo u bonanza to its own-1
ers. A good coal nilno is IJastern Ore-1
con's und the D. H. A N. Co.'s greato t j
want, and if tho one discovered realizes i
anything like tho oxiH'etutlon of Its own-
ers'.iWho uro somehul enthuflaHle, ft
.. III'.,,.,,.., f unufiluratile VulllO to I Oil-I
dleton, anil to the aiciv nioiilioned rail-1
v I raid company. A diill ami "ther iieces-1
u,,ri. in irliluurv Is now Imlng laHiiioneo
Mr. (iairon. and woro surpriiied nt
completeness iu design of overy detail
of the magnificent structure. It is indeed
a iqccIiuou of architecture almost ier
feet. Every portion, from tho basement
to the roof, is arranged with great fore
thought to Insure (he comfort und safety
of proscctlvo guests, and for the con
venience of the landlord. Among minor
conveniences might bo mentioned u
handy und neatly-designed chicken
coop in the roar of tlio basement, u phice
for a tiro plug on the second floor to ward
oil the incursions of tlio gtcutcst of all
fiends, a ftro cscatw, und numerous
closets. Tho building wus arranged also
with a view of utulUutlrn of room, und
the basement below solves the problem
to u T. There is room enough for a stoam
laundry, for the storage of any quantity
of goods and provisions, or for uny other
purM)Hu desired. Tho recent purchase by
.Mr. liagoii of the l.lliorty Hull property,
on which hu intends to erect a building
for tho accommodation of his horses ami
bus, Is also quite an acquisition. Tho
Intel contains fifty-two rooms, all thor
oughly ventilated, und u few, fronting on
Court street, calculated to mako splendid
offices or sample rooms. Thu vlow from
tho roof commands the wholoof town,
the building being ut present the highest
and largest in l'ondletoii. hi tdiort, the
Htructuro when complete will bo u model
hotel, ami one of which Its owner and
tho Hjop!e of l'eiidleton might well feel
proud. When both liugen'H und tho
rendieton hotel uru finished, tills place
can claim thu honor oi Doing mo leaning
town in Oregon, in proortlon to ltd site,
l ii.;. niiill.ir .if liilnl Hf-rniiiiiifiilutfons.
Inde.-d. rendieton Is well euulpiied with i polypus
fplendiil buildings of every character.
Itounil Trip Tlckrtu for 111" MrrlianltV,
Walln Walla uuil Col fa I I'alra.
Hound-trip tickets for the Mechanics
Fair at l'ortlund will bo on salu at thu
l'eiidleton (loot from Thursday, October
1, to Saturday, October '27, Inclnslvo, and
are good to return until thu -!Hh. For ull
davs tho prtco o.' tickets will Iki 11.W,
wttll tho oxcopiion 01 special excursion t
on October Mh, Kith mid UAl, on which ,
dates tickelH will lie sold for i'll-TftJimited .
in niliirn for six davs from dato of sale
If a largo parlv of l'endletoiilans oxcct
to go on uny certain day
wiso plan to notify th
The Largest Stock ot Boots and Shoes
Tho Largest ami Hwt Stock of
Men's Furnishing Goods,
Saddles and Harness,
Ever Brought to Pendleton.
Mn. Kpiioii: For years past I havo
been growing deaf, until last January I
could not hear anything in my right ear.
Drs. Darrin examined mo, und said lie
could euro mo in flvo minutes. Ho kept
I ids word, for in loss than five minutes I
could hear us well as over in my uie.
Tlio sounds in tho streets uro entirely
changed, and roally painful to my ear. I
wus cured without medicine or surgical
oiieration Just simply electricity, us ap
plied by Drs. Jiarrin. itoier m mo at
Fast Portland, Smith's iiddltlon, on
Tweuty-flrst street. Mvitos Oris.
IIKAKNKhS CI'RKII IN TKN HINUTrS.
Mil. Knirou Dear sir: I resldo in
North Yakima, W. T. I consulted Drs.
Darrin for deafnoss. My left ear was to
tally deaf. With ono ocrution with Drs.
Darrin's clectrlomagnotie euro, of ton
minutes, I was niado to hear us well as
over in my life. Can bo reforred to as
to the truth of my statement.
0. V. Fi.owkii.
OKNKUAI. IIKIIMTY AN'II OATAIIIIII CUItlill.
Mn. HniTOii Dear Sir: I hav lieen
troubled with tho cutarh for about seven
years, and for several years nasi I have
suiiered irom general ueoiuiy hiso.
Now. for about six wccks- treaimeni, i
um utmost entirely cured
remark mv improvements
Mv liusbanil was also cure
his back a fow months ugo, anil wo ran
bo referred to at Nootsuck, W. T.
Mns. A. F. Which.
1-OI.VrUH ANII CATAIIIUI CUIIKII.
Dit, Dakiiin Sir; Pluaso accept my
Ihuiiks for ciirlnu' my lioy of catarrh and
hi the nnsa of long Manning.
Also my voting daughter w as cured of a
tumor, ltefor to mo ut Vancoiivfir, W.
T., next door east of tho court house.
Miih. I,. K. Haiimon,
OKKICK lllll'ns AMI IXACI! OK III'MNKSH.
Drs. Darrin uro lwated at tlio Stino
House, corner of IV iirlh und Main SIh
Wulla Walla, W. T. Consultation frco
Charges rousonublo. IVsir treated freo
TuoHduys and SaturilavH from H to 10 u.
m. No cases taken if not deemed cur-iiiiiu.
Olllcu hours from 10 to 4 dally; ovo
iiings. 7 Ut 8, Sundays, 10 to 1L'. All
eiircablft chronic diseai-es loss of man
IixhI. IiIkmI taints, 1-yphilis, gleet, gonor-rliu-a,
stricture, serniatorrliiia, seminal
These Goods are now offered at
20 Per Cent Less
linbhasxuia cla33 of Goods can be bought
This is the beat opportunity over ollerod to tho people of
Umntilla County. ,
ORDERS BY MAIL SOLICITED !
Court ami Cottonwood St
Retiring from Business! Retiring from Business!
CLOSING OUT AT
COST i CLOSING OUT AT COST i
SALE ! GREAT SACRIFICE SALE !
ks' treatment, I
1, and my friends i
its in overy wuy.J
ured of u pain (u
J. Diamond, the Clothier and Hatter
begs leave to announce to thu public that hu Intends to retire from biiNluesH
and In order to do so ho will sell his entire largo stock, consisting of
Mens, Boys and Children's Fine Clothing, Fur
nishing Goods, Boots and Shoos,
Hats and Caps, Etc.
BEG I:CSS .CXF COST !
that special accommodations may l se-
'"Hound trip tickelH for the Wulla Walla
Wulla fair will bo on wlo from 'eptem
bcr L'9 to October . inclu.-lve Half
f.irn. cr two dollars will lo churged for
tho trip to Walla Wulla and return.
Tickets for the Whitman county fair at
it uimlil Ik ii t u-,i!ikiinR.4 or loss i.f dcslru or soxuul
. . . . .. 1.
iu iil'cih. iu oroer . imuur in mull or wum.ui, i,u.iiin miu
iv.ir,.v iv ill Ui nun und one-fifth the reu'U
lur faro, or flMWfor the round trip. Thoy
will boon sulo from Octder 8 to Hi, In-
L' Should l'endletiiii citizens deslro to visit
anv of theK .ilnls, Ihey havo
now u gixxl opportunity to tako ad
vantage of these reduced rate.
.Ii.:ifnesn am confidentially anil success-1
fully treated. Circulars Mint freo. Mut '
cases can lecelve homo treatment after a
visit to tho doctors' office.
'Tho Drs, Darrin also have a branch i
office at 233 Fifth streot, Portland, Or.,
wheio any in that vicinity can consult
It will ho to your advantage to uxiimino my
New Fall and Winter Stock,
which Ih complete 'n all tho market oilers In now patterns, nobby styles and nice
finish, ('(lino early beforo the iissortment is broken, us this is u
Iwim fldo salo, ami I
Must Close Out Before November 1st.
Alxint Hi rcaimnt.
It will bo remembered that llaker City ,
peoplo had prepared a beautiful cham
pionship jicnnani for tho winning club at ,
the tournament, Jifllo doubting but that '
their own (wasted team would win tho
luudv prize. Thev had everything nicely
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f),fe(!ill Co. o,K..;,eda..ollico VZrLZil
.!, Vlllnr.1 lfi,.is. idKint f-ot)teuiter 15lfi I J .
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f.-tf .IIIH ll-llb: 111 IIUUL .
. - -.- . .. nuiilll -Mill' in , rm 1 1111' imiv.p . - - , - - .
Mft lllfKir.nl miliar II, f..l.i i ,.'ll. a inlrl.lH... lf III iLIir.' tllti irOK-e(l
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jTIIia lntl....tn.. ... . ii , . ii I.... t.tiiui ilr Mnlelier
rr ii .v'11 V,,'R ol "vo i mine nuxv ti'ii'i".' i ,
'j iVndlot mla.i ill r.-moniNir I intends mako another trip. I lie shares
u tijn on ibU frull -rafi I in ti. cnniuaiiv are uriiicipally field UV i
-Tnt-ii hu nvfiluntarv this gentleman and .Mr. a- "')'
M-?.anil nBi-auit.,.i .. a ......!., i..fi.iiAi. ui nxrtle-i bulnir also
Ullllll Vri'Hl. anlit...!.. . f 1. .. !.,l..r.al..,l
".v n.j.iiiiiiv. SUI11U! llliwi i
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ii ..- i ",4"" ,,w uprs'iirance
"JsouiUy with tho Rov Hand,,
-P for the urpilt lmsnlinll ..iiiiiaI
Yu . i . . r-----i
lot the Pendleton nand diil
lu ilniw. ., rpi
,i - -ri-vmui.o. ijioy ere
,. mu,uui Ilail liimlnnau olno.
'B tonsequence. ha boiH riubt.
tJi iir ti ' ,l announce mat
mon. 0 dleton band n the
tt Wfficient iuducemenL
vi..l iwi-eilni: t'lrruUCuurl.
Cliambers, VUxek Co vs 0 M Pennett; j
continued lor term. .
Vaughan vs Vaughan; decree of iff-
VAssisnment of J II Kunrioi continued
f0Hanna ffl Waldron; continued for
Adjourned untU first Slonday in Janu-ary.
I ...li irt uu.l Inr i 'lio
clironlc illso.ii.es on K-lentllie principles,
since that timo their buslnesri nas in
creased to such un extent that they have
decided t-i hx-alu an othce in l'eiidleton
iwrinuiieiillv. They have rented uu elo
gant suite of rooms iu the raw Oheuo
si in building w hich will bo o-ened
?eptemler Mh. It is their Intention to
sparo neither pubis nor oxK-nne in their
ollbrts to mako this the inosiciinnleto in-j-titutlon
for tho treatment of all diMafcs,
es.ieclallv clironlc, in tho 4Nortliwet.
.Medical vapor i-aum, j-.ic-n"--."-
Oxygen und .Massage, together with ull
headed by a
mounted, bearing the
ii standard of victory. Put
ilu-ru'd munv a slln 'twlxt tho cup. ami
tho lip, und'it oh, so unfortunately ball
ooned that Pendleton's fc'Urs should
come to tho foro with un unbeaten record
an.l claim tlio nriie. liilt it wus not
vouchsafed them. Tlio flag
luid auav in soino Hake
thorn In li(-rinu rilOtll-CUtOll
Not ii fold of it has beon scon by the
.Slurs, althoiiKh thoy wore cntitlel to it
by right of vlctcry fairly won. It would
boa memento highly valued if in their
STORE TO LET AND FIXTURES FOR SALE.
Clothier ami 1 latter - I'uiidictuii, Or
.Main St., 2d door below Pendleton .Vutlonul Hank
Wo havo received,
Direct from the Factory,
Ono of tho Largest Invoices of
&rS?ffi! Clocks of Every Description
en with ago. "
Kver received in Pendlotoii. Iliiylng these gisxis direct, wo cun sell them
cheaper thun uny other house In town
FINE WATCH-REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,
Judge Thurmun o:. Thursday addressed j
" j rt . . ..." ... I 11. n.
modem and sclentttie upi-iian . .ur i ,,,;..,,,,, 1,, wJl0
win iw. - i fi...i.i,. 1
if. J. Donaldson & Co.,
City Drug Store.
:!T iVVT Z-nA cha ! called at his houso in Columbia.
Ftrictlv jnoiferute. Auureiw,
Eclectic Dispensary, Bt Okeoosian
Uuildlng, Pendleton, Oregon.
Thurman'B letter of acceptance will bo
made public to-day.
IlKAlt" At Kcho.Or,heplnibr n,UM,u
the wife of Ju, lltunl, a ion
PHE8TON To the wife of 6. N. PiMton, at
Eciio, on September ZA, a dug btfr.
The "W ood Man
THE FEED MAN,
THE BOWMAN HOUSE
K.J. Ilnrtuu, 1'roprlrtor.
Main ami IUIIrouil HU., I'vudletun, Oreicun.
Klmt-oliun In every rect. Near tlio tie
rot and tine every convenience. Term II a