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r . ............ um ...intlntlt-
..Mini Ki " " U,N?'". m".. ,i.Vi
i ut me r.yin . viw-ww.,,.-.
JSi w he" I" I'onlHna, i nd tunics
""l Ji home. The office is In thu At),
f't.nntf oi Third ktrci-t. between
flml Stark, flics of tlio Kaht
. - ami HUlrKi ruin
''"J1 lirllaml dnlllrs, "a other ur.
I 5, 1?11: . .. .....l....... imttur,. urn Hi.
If"f , the accommodation of
"n ii iero lHii tuli iilioiiii in thoonice
1 me '"
. . . ...... Mull.
tMtr In Itolil coin will be paid on
J "P. '. II,.. 11 1 in in Individual who.
IJ'vZ'r 1M. ciiieiuMlio most money
ib)'-,.r'.',1,.l.l.,,ii.,,f iim Dii I Iv n ml
rtlM " iii,r.i.miiK.
Ai"1,?)f.ncSMFlJl happened to tlio
Wnlln .Walla freight yesterday on tlio
Uluo Mountain grade, which offers tieeu
liar inducements for miniums. 'there
were live, cam In thu train, and It was
found to be impossible to yank them ull
ui iim inn in, onto, iwo were, there
The ItPMan Why the Appeal rrom Umn
MIL County W, Decided In Ilnrtumu'i
In tho upiwul from Umatilla eountv,
recentlv i h.i !. l it.- u....
loro, left nt tho bottom, nnd In returning I1" which George A. Hortinuu wub re
for theso itfterwurds tho locomotive uc- spondont and John N. Young appellant,
quired no much momentum that It ! '"o j'lugument of tho lower court was nf
crahhed Into theso cars, wrecking u j "fined, us made known In Wednesday's
freight bailed with wheat and rattling uji dispatches, and llartmun will remain
coupjo of IMsscngeiM Instdo the, caboose t ,L'tk , of I'mutilla county until the io
liko dico In u box, hut K-riouMy lnjitilng l""inder of tho term. Tho opinion wan
neither. No hlumo can bo attached to , delivered by Jiuko Lord. The follow tin?
.v V.wk luick. of tliu K. O. uiiiiuing
5. ii il in. and 7100 p. tn. Hundny
.'Um nman iiiiL uuiiij tuivu nimuuivi
ln me coy. r.;
,25ccntsut J. F. KobltiBon's.
fflCalS IH Ull liuuir lib uiu i. i vn vi i
i w sitiiiiiiun. iirniirit'uir. w
. - I 1 .... a imiMltiil Aral wli 11 1
Il.i ftlllllll'L nilttillU. lllilt.allllU
Nearly now, inquire nt huh
.1 i .l.u.l .if hiilblill- iriMllla lltn
... .it V.. .4 5. Mi VII(11.
,wl tahlcH, rocker chain), child'
njcttrrri, etc., tit K. A K. Al.
rCity pioph' uro feeling real good
.eprwi'ectH of BOon-to-lKM-ompleted
littft iloHigim In untiquo oak und
chitri) run lw neon tit H. C. A K.
nr!.rM fur coolori of tliC NuW
:i:iam nf Hut 1. i mt flu vim vi 4 v.
tlULIUII J ev !" -....-.w.......
...j tUkk)ttiifii until 1M fiititl itiiph.
j r,i1Lir Id utlll VITV low nt
rc entertained iib to bin recovery.
:i W'nllu Union: Mrn. fiurnh A.
df Viton, in at tho romdoneo of
lolbniok in this city, Hcrioiihly HI of
meadow hay In any nunntlty can
...II III........ A Ilnu-.
Mini ... v.-
t it tlio olllco of tho Kinpiro Com-
bill lii tho now rondlcton hotel in
tie di'dlcution tmiKiiueradu will 1o
. .. ... ..!!.. .1.. t. il.
Wt'll lamciuiiy uecumicu nir ui
n,tnd otherwiHU prepared.
Iuiln of the public Hchool have
.ntitfil a two-weekH1 vacation for
-l!iv. and n n enlovlm: It uh only
. t- 1 ..II ..ol..l.. ...in
liWall.i 1'nlon: DalliiHO'Huni.nn
uliirnvr. who luiH boon nt Ht.
1 .1 . At. .-A Al.
li 'i A 1 1. 1..
I t .1 I At. I .
I i II II..-... 1
: nr in m'iipiiuiit.
:) 1.. ...... , 1...,.tl.k. I
titbe rendleton Hurdwaro & Im j
nt i t
AI.l trtltlllti lit Ik L' 1 1 II VI' II IIM lira
Wllllllp ttlf l fHWM I
ibovn U'winton. is ucain coming
... ...... .... .H..-1 .
110111!" int m ton tavo nivn ioc.mii
m natn-ii H n just coming w uw
U. llentley, who hticnt ycutcnlay in
itmn. H...I uii.t.ur iin.iuir wiia ui.r
ui. The itooil dcopIu ot i 'nullum
fft lit' I Ail fltilT flirt UIIA'III IM II H
"ever, and Iiuh no iutcntion of get-
,. .v . ....
nxinpn Niinii iii in nticn niinui un or-
.n.l 14 1 1 I Iff 11... .I.H.IIIIHI
tii not luiprovo or mrongtncn
Walla tttntdnman : Next During
iiin-M the heaviest immlitratlou to
nftA.i i. ...Ii... - ,.u.....t... ...... I
ISiln.... .1... T A 1 ...l..Ia. i.(
'nt and in lumber intcmtU, over
'J. to fa V imtlilni' cif lur irnld. ftllver
Uhtr nni-ldiiu mntiilu l it nverv
f uurally inclined toward every
;Ii tha way of nroitretfs.
'Fi K. lloiibiirn Ix ni?ai;od in lire
m . . . . .v .7 ..
?3'UOI ms puptlH, UlOMhweH JCU'
"."um and .moiiio Arnom, ior v
Clllll KllrnilAIn fnnnrvillArV nf tllll'
lueyouni! ladica will leave on their
Ri'Kroaj tho Atlantic sometime next
'. nd, already cultured iiiuslcianfl,
ltleiw be tlinmiiLfliU' versed in
.H.I , b -V
l-'wuiuBicon ineir return io ren-
A.I . ... -I - "
i.w Walla Wulla. isavB that tho
llnl rienlrim a tA Wll Y I 111'
cl'.SiUofrtho following 'Wo Buwtho
fWlll arniinil tlio nnn-it fmml.hlK.
, . . . . . .u V I V I ' J '
'JfJnt. l-ry-ut.l. .. I i lllll..' fllnir nt
Wi and tlin U U X- tJ U'ulln
W HOO.000 for Hunt's road, and
tOIW.I tl..,l I.. .. l!,l...l.,u.i
lala IllallU U iiici-vwto
L411ikl:tli. ti I'finiu? TjiYlmrtiin
If'.passed through town vetterday
I. racreaco lias leen uown In
iV.V Sr,MW,' ",ul 1,10 f-rotiii
'""mw.' un. ami (ivitv iiuiiesition
Kootl crop next wihon. Tiiat
tir ,ruw TOl,u'v i"1 bti-ii the
J Vvrfon of I'rovfdence to far,
(:,'tiii of many nilbforunen. It
2 to be liorxil that good luck,
r?tandcood nrieea will visit ita
F"t Bi-ason, and their brightest
nnyono for tho accident.
..Mr. iiiul Mrs. J. 11. Kddy went to
Walla Walla yesterday with their little
son, who Iiuh been Buffering for Homo
tituo with enlarged tonsils, which uiudo
his breatliing very dllllcult and gavo them
great anxiety. An operation was jht
formed bv Dr. Ulalock, who removed sev
eral considerable pieces from tlio throat,
and Bald he thought tho little fellow
Wlillo buying Christmas prwcnU ono
nhould not full to visit LuDowV rendleton'
Crockery sloro in the First National Hank
Hullding. There you will find n varied
display of beautiful vases, lamps, tablo
sots, fine crockery and every conceivublo
nrticlo in tliis lino. No ono can fail to
find n Christmas present just to their
The dangerous work of putting up tho
who on the new jioles has been licgun by
a force of men, who nro seemingly not
one nan ns mucli atruid of falling tliem
1. It is n prliimry rule of clectlonH, that
the ballots countituto tho hwt, the pil
inary evidence of tho intention and choice
of tho voters.
1!. In determining a contested election
tho evidence of tho ballots iicttmlly cast
will control that furnished by tho official
count, provided tho ballots havolieen pro
served and protected from tumiorlng.
3. The ollleiul roturns, when dulv cer
tlllcd, uro priiim-faclo evidence thilt tho
result is as declared ; but such returns, or
canvass, Is novcr conclusive unless mado
so by statute. As a quasi record, It is en
titled to tho presumption of regularity,
and is prima facie of its Integrity.
4. As between ballots shown or ad
mitted to bo tho identical ballot cast by
tho voters, and such ollleiul court, the
ballots uro tho liest evidence
6. The ballot bunion of proof rests on
the pluintltr. Ho must establish to the
satisfaction of tho jury or trial court, that
selves us uro the BoctatorH who watch 'the ballots have been kept Intact und uro
tho oiicmtloiiH. A luiir of holders for con
necting wiro was lost by ono of tho men,
which tlio Under will plcuso roturn, us
they uro n Bcarco nrticlo.
The patriarchs of Umatilla Encamp
ment No. :.'). I. U. (). !. met last ovenlmt
for the purfose of initiating several mem
bers in the third degree of tho order.
Next Thursday eveninit there will bo it
grand time and celebration generally, on
wliich ocjitslon seven members will lie
Initiated in tlio last degree of the "camp."
Tlio electric liuht Is very uncertain of
hit?, ami burns by llts and starts, the
changes from durknei-H to light and light
to darkness In several well-known resorts
last evening liolng ieculiurly sudden. It
will not bo very long beforo tho new
plant Is placed In oMtioii, when electric
radiance will be plentiful mid permanent.
.Several of the variety actors und ac
tresses who will perforin In tho now
theater here, arrived on this tuornlng'M
train. A few of them are quite prominent
stars In the horizon of the "variety." and
will no doubt ptovo quite nn attraction to
l'enilletonlitns whose taste for drumutlc
art run in that channel.
Dr. Vincent rcisirts that tho condition
of H. It. llowlby Is much mom serious
than formerly, new mm unfavorable
yinptotiiH having dovoliied themselves,
hi Is now unable to leave his IhmI. He
Iiuh yet n chance to live, however, says
Marshal French nrolwhly nover in
formed a better service In his whole term
of olllco than to-day. in cleaning a thick
coating of liquid mud from tho sidewalks
on tlio principal streets. Many wero tho
blessings siioworou on nis neuu uy io(ie-
A. J. Ferguson, with Ids American
Hulldlnit A I-onn Association, Is now
in linker City. Tlio schemo meets with
favor from tho ooplo and papers of
linker Cltv as ho has already obtained
sulMicrlptlons for 500 shares.
Members of tho company who aro to
entertain iho jx-oplo of. Pendloton to-
niuht at tho opera house, nrrlvou to-uay.
Judging from npicarunros, they will lie
ublo to proseni a nrsi-ciass iwrioriuniu-u.
Shaking dico for a ten-cent unto is now
tho fashionable- iikhIo of gatniiiing in
l'ondloton. and it llmls many itovoiecs.
It don't cost much if you lose, and suii-
pllos till tho excitement necessary.
W. I). Fletcher suys: "l win my m
reward to know the namo of tlio con
temptible sneak and scrub who disfigures
tho lithographs pouted on tho 0era house
K. LolienMeln is buying hides. clU
ami wool, ami ins om irionun ouumu iwi.
forget that lio Is still in tho business.
Mo will pay me iugiioi i pinu ui
Win. f!nu"mnn has Iteen niiiwlnted
nostmaster at Focter. It will Imj qulto a
convenionco to many persons to uavo
this olllce re-established.
Mr. Richmond and daughter, MIhh
Clara, of IJollx. uro In town on ti visu io
Frank itleiimonu, u eon mm urvu-i r, v.
It. T. It. Company tamo.
V..al.ii T nmlnr- Mr. LtxdT. tllO blltCllcr,
purchased a fat cow from Mr. Durr this
week, thut, wheu dresel, weighed 80J
V. H. lirown, tlio weii-Known pianu
tuner, liuving recovered from iineumonta,
will Ih in tliis city alwut January 1st.
uTi... ..tiiiiniitnn bnotlilack of hau rnin-
cisco" has returnetl to renmeion, um
has not yet gonu into business.
II 11... ...nwnnnnlllO-tKlll .HOndaV OVCIl
I . . .... t ' .A...nn
Inu the CTund numli win iH"gin in owu
Pianos and organs for salo nt Hetclior s
on tno insuiiiiueiu iui, -
nnni ir,r,ot John Jack and Annie
Flnninnt tho opera houso to-night.
ri.iiniilii watch repairing go to
For clioico fresh butter go to the Hed
A fctrcet railway Is talko i of In La
Sliot lliiuttir In Hnd.
Alox. ltest, uJiard working young man,
while killing hogs on tho roach of Jacob
Pn. 7.ri!overalinilesfroi.i town, cxreri.
enccd tmito a uiinfortuno yesterday,
tho genuine, identical ballots caxt ut tho
election, otherwise they will receive no
credence, and be rejected as unworthy of
0. 'Provisions of tlio statuo for tho safn
keeping of bullotts uro treated by tho
courts us dircctoty, und when it is shown
thut tho ballots have been securely kept
and preserved Inviolate, thoy will not bo
excluded ns evidence on uccouut of some
omission to comply with their directions.
7. Where the court finds that tho bal
lots havo been safely kept and preserved,
thut no one has tampered with thcm,un(l
notwithstanding the ixiilng of tho box
for tho purpose stated.that tlio ballots uro
the genuine und Identical ballots cast by
tho voters of South Pendleton precinct,
tho legal conclusion drawn therefrom by
tho tiliil court, vi.i til .t "such ballots are
the best evidence and entitled to 1st re
counted" is hi conformity witli law, und
such us it pronounces on thut statu of
Th Ittiult of the IIiiiiikrv Hull of W.
Ilutflirr W. P Iledrlck.
In tho fall of 1881). u sherlfT, gifted wilh
tho euphonious titlo of W. P. K. iled
rlck, arrived in Umatilla county in
search of n. mule-thief. His subsequent
operations nro known to almost every
one. Ho arrested W. F. Hutehcr, then
as now a ris tut voiinu lawyer. It was n
case of mistaken identity, as tho slicrllf
afterwards discovered-to his sorrow, and
ho returned to Kansaa, aftor having ls-en
tho recipient of u few complimentary no
tices in tlio jmpcrs of tlio day. Ho was
not allowed to r" t-thero in pcair, how
ever, and wus followed up with a $10,000
damage suit, Mr. Hutehcr going to Kan
sas hut a short time ago to prosecute his
caso against tlio unlucky Bliorlir. To-dav
tho following telegram was received,
which fully proves that Mr. Hutehcr Is u
lucky person, whethor u inulo-thlef or
Toi'kka. Knnsas, Dee. 21, 1888.
C. S. Jackson, Pendleton:
Just returned verdict of lOOOO for mo.
W. F. Hl'TCIIKH.
Mr. llutchor, it is funded, will not
object to being taken for a mnle-thlof
Cull for .MhmMcoIIiii:.
Wn iim iinilfrslencd residents of Pen
dleton, k'Hevlng tho completion of the
Hunt Itullrojul to this town to lie of the
utmost liiiortunce, sign n call for u mass
meeting toconsiiierinui uiniier.iuo uieei
Ing to Ihj held nt tho OjK'm House in
Pendleton, on Monday evening, Do-,
ceinlier3lst, 1888 s
0 SJnckson, iA'limoirlllum, P ui
throp, .Innies Wheclan, K I) Iloyd A C'o,
Ia'o Moorhouso, W I) Fletcher, W V Im
Dow, John A (iuyer, U W Furrow, J P
ltusllee, W V Tllton, F K IjiDow. V 11
Isaac, K K Sharon, Lot Liverinore. Jesse
Falling. ML llusbrouck, DWIkdloy,
M Hainsev. K Alexander, H L Hexter, A
F Kddy. Kd Htrahon, 11 l Joiinson x io,
Frank Colin, FJ Donaldson, J :M Pruett,
O.M Kinney. Wheeler, tiriftie A Co, H I'
Kl.fM.iii;iLir. Mover A Perkins, h CALM
Wheeler, J K Murphy, (Jeorgo Shutruui,,
Max Haer, W C McKay, Hotiser A Pct k,
J W Stantleld, S Cram. Ijmdry A De
mot t, J W IWvy, I Hanson, J F Currier,
M V Howard. James Crawford, 8 lloth
child. J K Hean, F W Vincent, JoM'ph
Kll, W D Hansford, M J Smith, A V
Sl.tihe, 1) Kcmler. UKStrahn.J P Vlnl;
ker, (S D Klchardson, A L hwhig. W C
Kugel, Hen 8 Hurromhs, J W Mlnto,
Win Hoesih.S L Morse, SO I illeld, l ol,
som A fc'on. W 8 Hyers A Co, Ixwr A
Kuebler, C W White, Jus A Howard, J H
IVKjialn, Fml Pago Tustin, H Sargent,
Davo Horn, M F Zelgler. C W Heldlng.
L HJiiy, 8 P Sturgls, John J Rdleray. I
LMareton, J Wngenblist.J Scibert. L J
u,tm. Hnnrv Iloninuu. 1 M biuirks, J
H Haley, K L Mhns, A Hcaly, Sam A
Christenson, C W wiiiexe, joo ""B"-r
W Wilkinson, Chris ltanley, 15 F Wuflio
Af-on, It J Slater, ( P HoKeiilH;rg. C P
Davis, O A Hartman. J Itobblns. htanley
I.. 11...... 'I' l I11VII. II 11 lfllKIMJJI. It U
The Bfe nf C. A. Itnrrett, Cenlrrvllle'n
IlKtdnaie Merchnnt, Opened by MurslHr,
Portions of the gang of tough charac
ters that havo Wen nllilctlng ovcry town
lately which Is situated on tho railroad
lino, got in their work at Center vlllo re
cently in a damaging manner.
l'robably ubout 1- o'clock Thursday
night, some two or threo men ell'ecteil en
trance tlnoiigh tho buck wuv Into O. A.
liarrctt'B h.irdwure storo. All tho Inhab
itants, in the neighborhood wero uslecp,
und heard not the slightest disturbance.
Tlio safe, of u small, old stjle pattern,
was Iho object of their search, anil when
found operations wero utoneo commenced.
Front appearances after tho robbery was
diseoveicd, they had evidently need a
crow-bar in piylng oh" the lion" cleat on
tho sidu of the safe, und then pried oil'
tho side Itself. Then with un auger they
bored into the wieck, tho instrument go
ing through tho wooden partition and
entering un enti.-o set of ixniks, tearing
them utterly to pieces and doing iKjrhups
$1000 worth of dutnago. Alter locating
tho iron till Inside tlio safo they broke
Into it with tlio crow-bar and abstracted
$1'00 In coin therefrom, afterwards mak
ing their escapo in thu darkness. Not
thu slightest cluu to tho perpetrators has
been discovered. Sheiltl llouser oilers n
rowunl of $100 for Information leading to
their recovery, und it is understood that
Mr. Ilarratt will also oiler u reward.
Hud thoy merely taken the money, tho
damugo would havo been comparatively
slight, but tho destruction of Ids books,
on which wero accounts aggregating ubout
$8,000, will occuhIou Mr. Hurrett much
loss und inconvenience.
As nothing but rude streuuth wus ex
erted in "cracking" the safe, tho work
wus evidently not that of professionals;
but whoever tho guilty parties aro, they
have so far eluded tho vengeance of the
STAVER & WALKER
Newmarket Block, Portland, Oregon,
Oiler for the season of 1880 the largest and most complete line of tlio Very ISest mid
MACHINERY AND VEHICLES
Of Evor'y Decriptlon.
A I'rrnlliir Ari'ldi'iit.
Mr, Pollock, nftor ho had been shaved
In the Storm Lake barrier shop last even
ing stinted to go out doors by tho back
way. lie wus warned that a little "jump
oil" existed, and told to bo careful. It
was pitch dark outside, mid ho Dually
stumbled against the railing of tho orcli.
Thinking it butn llttlo ways to the ground,
ho jumed over this obstruction, and was
surprised to find himself falling. Ho
struck tho ground on Ids hip, Injuring It
very severely, and causlnir much train.
Himviis given a ImmI in tlio barber shop
during the night, unit this morning was
carefully transferred to the ilium House,
where ho Is now lying, attended by Drs.
King und Pructt.
An examination by tho doctors showed
that tho patient's limb had snll'ereil un
iutru-captulu fracture, tho neck of tho
femur being broken. It will probably be
u long time before lie is aide to wane
" .tdirrtUrd l.ttrra.
Ix-dlers reinulniiur uncalled for In tho
K)tolllco nt Pendleton, Or., Decemlier
21,1888. Persons calling lor same piouso
sav "Advertised." Ono cent Is collected
on each letter or article advertised
Adams J II
Howler J K
Hryunt Mrs N A
Hums James II
Hhimcnlicrg L, !!,
Ciimpls.il A F
Carrol James, 2,
Carter O I.
Davis James L
Davis Mrs (JeoJyo
Davis J W
Dlhbler II W
IM wards ('ammo!
Kustlaud Unlit V.
Francis H N
Foster It P
Oraham 11 T
(!wv H K
l.tinsford W It
Munchot W P
Mat luck Joseph K
Mat Is Delng
Maiuey T A
Mencfco Jus S
Morrlston 1 lurry
McCnrlliv V. K
McLaughlin J M
.Mc.Mcbcn J H
Parker (i II
Italus Mrs Annie
Heiil W M
Itlchmond A J
Koss J 8
Kols-rlri i: K
Sallng J M
Sllsbv 1 A
fiiKxils Charley M
Stanley F 8
Hiislin Mrs Amanda Taylor Win II
- i no . m 1.. 11111
now urn I nomas injmr um
liwis J C, 4.
Iinghend John H
Titsworth 15 W
Ulbry S 8
Wnhlert C II
Webb W W
West I If, 2,
Winter DrT A
F. II. Cuiito.s, P. M.
vlhidcroftha weojion ho was using did
'".iT.l.V.uilu. .nd wii le attemtit-
g o I t it one 6f tho cartridges by son.o
iiscxbll, on.eri..,tho lm oj
'.is Toft ha'nd near tho. middle flngcr una do ,
LdancinL'UPand loc Ring in that dlgti, soui,
SoU wUcut out tl.ei 1!S
Hm, Ju A Fit'. W K Crews. C H Wade,
Tavlor, Jones A Co, W F llumil ton, John
Gagen, M Munxell, J H Hioemuker.
A Street Prencher.
An old gentleman with gray hair ami
licard and a rather Impressive cast of
countenance held forth on tho streets of
Pendleton to-ilay, preaching tyid "ljin
jisahns. He claimed that he was to d bj
he splriU who gufileil him to nreiwh the
doctrine of spiritualism, and although ho
hail fasted for many days, was enabled to
ni!in of Intel cctuailiy,
I lad tho bullet gone tnrongii , ; -. - fc g ,noc0;ed blm
nfilio iiisto . a 44-calibro bull-dog, 1 mu wi f.v .,,,.. Imtwlief ttn,
, i l.jj l.,..l tn nlea-s. Bill r nivicij r.....
WOlllll IllttU win um .-l'.l-
luckily It merely shot out of tho c linder
i.nfi. it.A n-ilcnt will prevcut ita
victim from working for a month or bo1
'r; 't lit Ktrem-th
OO IMJ II) rur"' -.-.. ----.t--'.- . ,
the 1 gbt oi reason iwi iui" 1
i i. , il. .t iiltlmiiL'h
- - - , , ...
others there were ip"
liairod unfortunaio irom iuo
Tlie.llotel ot Halrm.
Tint Chcmoketo Hotol nt Salem bus
luteiycomo under tho management of
(J. lf..Monroo und J. H. N. iUdl und has
furnished and thoroughly cluinged from
ton to bottom, tho kitchen having boon
entirely rebuilt and tho lobby .and rooms
overhauled und put in first class order
for tho comlnir session of .the leiuslatiiro
Tho prices of uccomobut ion will average
from $11 to $15 per week according to
nnd location. The patronago of
tho public Is solicited.
i'.,i lon.tnr, Wblb, tnllv Mat
MCriUH IAMI ' 4 j
Tavlor was in town last Tuesday, he wub
called upon by a lauy living iiero,
requested his Immediate attendance Hon
ti'l.n u'nn vnrv III frflln FOU1A
iiiiv.i.i I ---
cause. After listening very jMiiuiiuy i
the dehcripllon of the tyiniloms, .Mat
suggested that there must lw some mis-
1..1,. ,.u Im uny nil IlllVsicIilll. KIlQ
evinced much surprise, and asked If lie
wore uot lr. tjume, oi .nuou. iiib uw
take wus quite natural us the rescmblaiuv
Isjtwecn theso two gentlemen is very
remarkable, which Is no disparagement
to cither of them.
The Pendleton Holler Mills,
(Capacity W)U brrnl p"r day )
W S. BYERS & CO i Proprietors.
Manufacturer tirubaiii. xranulald huU
I juallty nf ( IirhIs guaranteed. Prices Iho lowest, quality considered.
Call and see us, or send for our
HANDSOMELY 1LLUSTUATK.D OATAIjOCrUK
Mailed FUF.K on application.
STAVER & WALKlR.
-MiiniifAclmrr mid Dentcr In-
Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Halters,
WHIPS, ROBES AND TURF GOODS.
Keeps always on hand the Best Stock of Har
ness and Saddles at prices lower than any
place this side of Portland. Call
and examine my stock.
CHAS. H. D0DD & CO.,
pardwarej Iron, $ted
AND FARM MACHINERY.
FRONT, FIRST AND VlNE STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Solo AgonUi for Orogon und Wushlugton for
. . .tcRE'S NEW DEAL PLOvi. .
HIiirIs, lk)iililo,orTil,iiU) 1'oiri.w. Tliry .ru o sliuplo nud coiiioki nrnrnb.olutfl pcrfo
tlon, Hint ttiot.) w(io Imvo ucd (In in urni o Hi, hi work run lint miy xmiiish In
tlmlr prul.e. Wofunilli Hum wiilior without tout ntlnchiiiont,
Meut iitlucliim uti nro i iiru.
SSXIBX OWEK, UJ-TV BXJXilCX" PLOWS.
. BUCKEYE SHOE PRESS GRAIN DRILL,, 4
lluckrye IfnaPreMOraln Drill. IliicksynKwdrm, llurkcynHprlinTof.th Ilurrow, Hu parlor
(iruln Drill., riiiperlorHuwUra.
CORBIN'S DISC HARROW AND SEEDER.
Tho laUtt Improved liiiplcmrnt fur .owliiic auinmrr fallow. Tlio moat uomploto and
aucrt'fckfiil tool lor lhl purKwa In u.r.
We alio havo a full lino ol nunnlea. Carrlaaoa. rhaotoni. Mountain Wagonf,
Platform aud otlior Uprlng Vahlolo.,
. SCHUTTLER FARM WAGONS. . "
Iiwrt'uoe A Cbapln'a Hprlns.Tooth lfnrrnwa, ).xrn Harrow., Helentlflo feed AU1U.
Pacini) raunlnv Milt",
, J1AH1( IIAItll WIllH, 1YVC3., Ji'X'O.
A2-HKNI) POIt NPP.OIAI. CJUCUIwVilH AND PltlCK IMM.
HlAkeat ('auk frirr I'alit for All
floar, oieal.otiop, feed etc, always on band
T. C. WARD,
The Leading Photographer
Wo wish to Inform tlio public that wn havo btely furnished our
Gallery with thu
Finest Instruments, Backgrounds and Acces
sories that can ho had.
Wo havo bud many pears uxporleuce in thu Art und know that wo can suit our
many customers in uuy stylo photograph they may desire. IteineinU r wo
uro hero to stay und uro striving to build up it reputation, therefore
We allow None but First-Mass Work to Leave the 3 aUa ry,
Call and Examine Our Sample Photographs, if Nothing More,
Gallery at the Main Street Hrldge, ... Pendleton, Ore yo