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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901
f'o j (ONNK.TK'N
j ALT A A y r.nnnin
eton Ukiah Stage
HMton ft Carney
.ton cvcrv day at u
inr Pilot Rock,
' ! I ITLi.l.
i 1 1 j anil k in i
V. Li. (..,,.,1,1 Slid
jitioni. itrasunai'ie ,,t
five it Tillman
A Co'o drug
A great harvest
of grocery bargains
..Will be here for Harvest...
Whatever you want in
getting them here for
IN MOST CASKS FOB LESS
urooariM you can count on
as little as anywhere else.
Alexander & Hexter.
he Boston Store
ERE TOO BUSY
Selling Summer Goods Cheap
to write an ad today.
endleton's Big Busy 'Store.
Roman candles ioc
s 10 lc Hu, h -r
nre - crackers cr
"ua ui nine t ft
Mrlfj one cent
tSS tvM of-
e tOOtlininL. ,
P! bani,.,.P i ' 3
paw mk 38c.
line fan... L.
J' 1 10 35t pur box
(ioin Home Loaded
isn't always a pleasant experitnee
hut it is lUHOMCMMlry when you pur
chase at our store, as we deliver all
I goods free of charge a ad promptly
' when ordered Our store is loaded
with good things in all the 1lfl1c.11 u s
of the season. For high grade fanes
and staple groceries our prices are
1V.W1-31 111 IUWM .
large lor of
luc up. See
1 Lrr w,eek,y-
ch " ' I,"Pial trout
1 vou a eil vice anu
kl. IW OUI-
"Uk hi-.Ln ..U.l
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make gol bread uae Beers' Heat .lour. Il look tirel
premium at the Chicago World's. Fair overall compel i
tioii, ami given excel lent iwtiMfaution wlierevur untxl.
Kvery iMCk i.- guarantet. We liave the Itent Steam
Kolled Bailey, tMMJ Kye ami Boardlosx Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
J have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one piut to ten (marts, will fipttM MM
in from three (Q tivt- ininuteH; aluo have a full
line of fishing tackle, hatnniockB, eUr. Soe my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
den. Arthur will p.iul two dtvkr
trikin mgclnniptii of OlBClaMtl
have been rnjninpl from picketinn.
Six ban of golil were nll from tin.
nn nneilM mint, v.Iii.nI At MD,00O.J
OoMIWMai Hull UkeH I ixfii m i.t ie
view of the future of the PhllipplM in
UihIr. 1 SioltiHli Uite MMDM have bounht
the DeKnm ami groiiiul. in Portland
for a t'Ktheilral.
OltlftWI rnlle! a (Jreat Northern
train of 100,000 on the l.in of Mon
tana. They nhot two paPMMiperii anl a
ISv cBle of the Northern Pm11
Steamship line J. P. Morgan has com
plete.1 his round the-world transporta
Wn Tiim Tain:, the Chinese minister, I
delivered the Fourth of .Inlv oration
at Independent' hall, Phiiatlelphia.
Ttiere was a general protest from the
Om iqaadfOa Oi cavalry, two BOB
MBiM td coast artillery and one;
hatterv of lield artillery have he. n
or.li red to the Northwest. The last
named wil he stationed at Vanoonver.
The total importation to San Fran
t'iseo ol oplntl) prepared for IBOkiDf
arealed l.mi4,MH pounds from .lan
uary 1, ls.sn, to June MK 1901.
The vovernnient eollertetl flU.Kiil.lHt)
.Inlv on this opium.
Two men wire killed and several in
jure I in a riot at T.lluride, Coh. , as
a result of the miners strike. The
strikers have taken forcible pofsession
of the Smuggler-Colon mine, ami have
run all the employes over the range.
The latter made no resistance.
Thoma S. Holding was shot ami
killed y Albert .iohnon, who then
killed himself with a krag-.loiife linen
rifle at the Tinted States barracks at
Columbus, l. The men were sergeants
in the general recruiting service. It
is stated at the barrack, that they
had DMM tjiiarrelling just before the
Mrs. Marcus Paly announces she will
aell in New York in Novemlier all the
trotting stock belonging to the Marcus
i'biv esiaie. Among the Mallinu. are
I'rodiual, Police tie Leon, Bow Bell,
and Rilrola There are upward- of .SO
liiuiotigubreJ. Uiarur and a large hit i.t
I'-year-old and weanlimts, all of which
will be sold.
Win the Cup Race From the
PLUMY OF MONEY CHARGED HANDS
P.nnsylvanlios Startpd la the Lad.
Could Not Miloliln It Ad On
tloo to tbr Winners.
Henley, July 6. The I eandcr
non the grand challenae cup lace
tbi Tniversity ol I'ennsvlvania
leuath in seven minutes tlat.
ft In einerts are unanimous in
the opinion that American inethods
MOOUtod for the Pennsvl vania's de
feat. The victory of the I.eanders is the
ninth successive time they have taken
the ciio. Ficcllent weather drew
thousands to the course (or the tlual
dav's racing. The Americans were
everywhere in evidence. Both the
crews were in tit condition. There was
plenty of American money up, placed
(Mftllj at even terms. In some in
stances they required odds The
Peoniylvmiia gol away first ami two
lengths from start led by three yards.
The Fuglish crew put on a spurt and
at the halfway mark was in front.
Maiiitainiuir a steady stroke, the
l.eamlers continued to increase their
lead, and just aw the finish was reached
pulled clear, winning hv an even
length. The Pennsy Ivaiuans seemed
done up, lint the coach denitsl that any
tif them bail collapsed, as was stated
after I he race w as over. There waa great
enthusiasm over leander's win, the
demonstrations letting for some time.
WM. J. BR AN'S SI;NTIMI:NTS
PACIFIl NORTH W KST N I W s
The town of White Mountain , A laska,
was swept away h Hood.
The dates ol the Astoria regatta have
been cl.anged to August Mol
Manny Howard, convicted at Baker
City Tuesday for horsestealing, will lie
IM UNWed tomorrow.
The Mcretar id the interior will
probahlv elnniuate I- mm i acres IrOOl
the Olympic reserve in Washington.
T he state Isiard of pardons ol Idaho
las extended the respite granted to
'Hiamoiidtif Id Jack" Pavis to Julv
7, ami set Julv 11
Davis' appeal for pardon.
Yesterday was set for effecting a
permanent organisation ,. a pioneer
Htaiieiyat Walla Walla. Membership
il limited to those Him were residents
of Walla Walla count. Iiefore IH76.
Anthonv Austin, Thomas i.laxe and
from Alsea, with four cougar skins.
which they secured Monday. While
hunting on the headwater, of the
Alaea thev run upon lour cougars,
which thev killed within a lew
moments w ithout a single cougar be
The run id tish on the Fraaer liver
ha commenced. Some biu catches ol
salmon have lieen made. Indians are
n their way to Mew-nson Inun all
points oil tlie coast. i lie t anners be
lieve the Indians will tish despite ine
strike declared to the tisherineii's
union. The whites declare, however,
that the Indians are onlv comiiiK to
lotvibl) prient the Japanese Iron:
When I'resnleiit MtKlliley added
I I.'.ikm ai res of laud to the Cascade
forest reserve, he pin thousands !
lollars Into the not kets ol timlier
land speculators 11, increasing the
sue of the reserve be created a new
base" fur the selection of lieu lands,
and land that waa heretofore of t im ¬
peratively little value kuddeuiv
acquires a tr.ele value hei aunt it can
lie exchanged lor timber laud.
Sent to Tammany Hall While l.labrat
Ine lndep.nd.ne. Day.
New York, July .V- Tammany hail
held its regular Independence Dftj
ctdebration. at which the Declaration
of Independenc- was read and speeches
were mailii by tiovernor Joniiiiius of
Morula, and other leaders id the
democratic party, hater from w
ham. I. Itrvan was read, in which
. . i . .
in response in your request lor a
sentiment appropriate lor the ort asinn,
I heir to siiggett the following:
"Liberty . not aafe wit I I a
written constitution, and a constitu
tion to be of value must be strong
enough to control ovi-rv public aervaut
ami broad enough to include wiHim
; Its l iPi itee I I ol i itt-urv imrutin I . . ...
for the bearing of j knowledges allegiance to the Mag."
THI: NEW YORK MARKET
a.port.d by I i Ray Co., P.ndl.ton.
i inmeo Roard or Trad, and N.w Tork
Stock sirhane Rrok.rt.
New ork. July ft. Chicago wa. the
only w bent market doing business to-
lav am) that was of a holiday charac
ter. Light trade and small ibictn it ion,
hut the tout" was linn. The dented
pall continues In the east ami corn
prices advanced 1 '4 over opening
There will be no stock market until
Close Wednesday, M 1-8 to Wi4.
Open today, iMI,
Kange today, nil to M)fja
Close today. m :i H to tMI.
LINCOLN'S REMAINS MOVLI)
Chang, oi Looallon M.d. at a Saf.-
ii.nl Aealim Tht.v.i.
Springtiidd, III . Julv ft. I he b.slv
of Abraham Lincoln has been secretly
moved to a private vault in the monu
ment as a safeguard against anv at
tempt to carry it awav. The exact
time of (lie removal of the remains is
not known, hut it is supposed to have
baaa last liooda alabk, Rlala efllaata I
and men engaged in the work refuse to
talk. Robafl T Lincoln, of t'hicago,
soli ol the deceased president, came to
Springlleld on May M ami since that i
time work on the secret vault has leen
going on. It was completed a few
dayi ago and the removal of the re
mit i lis w iis BCMini pi ished ill secret.
BOTH PARTIES STAND lAT
' ms.lHsm.tort .nil steal labor
unlet. li Com. to No Agr..m.nt.
Pittsburg, Julv ft, In the negotia
lloai batwaan the oMawli of the
A malgamateil association ami those of
the Steel Trust lalsir olhcials they
have decided to do mulling rash, hut
thev have alsi
LATEST PHASE OF
No Further Bloodshed Expected
at the Smuggler-Union.
THREE KILLED AND TKN WOUNDED
Company Agreed lo Wltbdnv lea From (tw
Mint Uotll the Slriltt Is Settled
tlrldln or (be llgbt.
Dan ear, Jaly ft. rim ute.t n.w.
from lelluride in regard to the trouble
at Smuggler t'hion mine i to the
effect that no further bloodshed i.
feared, a- the com nan v has agreed to
withdraw alt men from the mine ex
cept a few watchmen, ami to make no
eil oi o re-ume work until the strike
is amicably sett let) and olticially tie
dared off Three man were killed
and at least III wooiMed in the battle
which incurred VVednesdav U'tween
150 armed men ami a force of miner,
ami deputies at I be mines
killed: lohu llarlhcll, miner, one
of the attacking partt . George Ntrhol
sou, shift boss at the mine; J. I 1lg.ll,
Meiloaiti employed e. trammer In
the men employed la Mm mme,
numbering 00, were driven over the
range ml ihiray county and warned
never lo return to Telluride or San
I M igucl county.
Vs near as can be learned the light
was precipitated at the Mieridan
tunnel, which is about three-quarters
ev have also taken a -t iud. and. ac ol a mile ahove the Mulln n tunnel,
cording to what can be learned not ad through which the mines are worked,
single backward step will la taken by and where the principal boarding and
other of them. President Shaffer la- j bunk bouses and other buildings and
lieves the demands made on the trust .the upper terminal of the main tram
are within the bOMda Ol reason, and way are located
hi. oft declared intention of lighting ( A number of union miner, went up
the matter to a finish seems to u t to a point near these place ami sent a
w lib t he
approbation of the working
lliere the matter stands.
NBQR0ES HANUIil) IN DIXIE
Murd.r.rs Strung Up In V.rnon. si.
Augu.tln. and Miami. Ha.
Vernon, Fla., July ft. Holton Ham
ilton I . , I ii inuiw.il W II Willi.....
Ihirlun, of Albany, returned Mllj Sam Havis, negroes, were hanged
(mm the same gallows lor the murder
of three negroes. The ncgria. confessed
the murder. The victim, were horri
bly mutilated, their bead, being near
ly eevered. It was reported thet ineui
1st- ill the executed men' race would
attempt lo rescue them from the
sheriff, but no trouble occurred Two
m-rg .es were banged at St. Augustine
ami one at Miami today.
IMNORLI SRI MAINS AT HOME
LI. In Slat. .1 U.lroll Imposing lib
t.qul.s Will B. H.ld tomorrow.
Detroit, July '). The remains of ex
tiovernor Filigree arrived here tbi.
inoriiiug and were taken to the city
hall under an aaaOfl ol the tiraml
Army lataHBI. The remains, winch
will lie l state all day, are being re
viewed by thousands. 'There will lat
ImpoaiBg military ami civic obaequie.
Uft tor Lamon.
Wttsbingtoll, July ft. The president
and his wile leave for Canton tonight.
A special car has been provided, with
every appliance that Dr. Itixey can
suggest, lor Mrs. McKiniey's comfort,
and it is lielievtd .he will be aide to
make tin- journey without surb-iing
anv iw-thai k in her convalescence If
the president is needed in Washington
during the summer, he, will return on
bold i too. ba.gw.y.
Seattle, Wash. , July ft The steamer
Dolp'uu arrived this morning from
kagway. Due million dollar, in gold
wa. brought down, consigned to the
Canadian hank of coiuuierue. A few
individuals alau had gold.
Judge 0, M. Browu of the l otted
State, district court ol Ala.ka i sun
down. The rumor is that ba has
lo Lontar With Korean.
New York, July 6. --I'reeident Ibaflorl
of the Steel ami Tinworker. arrived
from Pittsburg today to confer with J. i
P. Morgan, in the hope of a "ellle
went of the .trike in the eleel trust. '
Shaffer lailieve. the trouble will lea
eattlad to the .ati.factiou of all DOH 1
A OREAT DAY IN YACHT I NO
Th. Tlir. Big Cup D.r.nd.n Will ...v.
Newport, R. I., July ,-,,Tie three
i rneled race between the lllib'l
deme, Goaetltatloo ami Colambia
will ba sailed tomorrow. In Hie
union of facbtamaa the coming series
races will be the most exciting ever
sailed in American waters People
here wish for the success ol the I tide
pemlence on account ol the efforts i f
the New York Yacht t lull to keen the
b Mil Mil Ol the contest
Martial Law In Hu.noi Ayr...
Buenos Ares. Julv ft. Martial law
will be proclaimed in this citv ami
suburbs as a result of the rutting
Wednewlav over President Kites' pro.
pel ol passing a bill for unification
ol the public debt. The chamber of
deputies la to consider the bill bda
ami more rioting m anticipated.
London, July ft An I ttn-ial dispell h
just arrived from Pretoria reports the
i.. dure on July I at Hopewell of
ninety- three prisoners, fiflv-sii
wagons, Inn rules and bsi rounds of
ammunition trom Beyers' commando,
tine luatr was killed. No British
Are tin had boya fail often. Thr toy
that's fOad toi anything u geueiullv
panamoua. lie', a healthy auiinal,
end the healthy alllUlal will blwayk hgllt
lur hi-, i uriKe,
When .i hot bhuns the rOtlgjk .pwiUcaf
fciM oompaaiouM br ia
apt to U a wt akliug,
end to be cuuM:tou.
of the Iwct
A great many
mother, have testi
fied to tilt woudcitul
gnriag and aiit.-ugLU-
entlig power ol lit.
Pierce', (golden Med
ical Dibcovcry. All
atreugth comes dmu
food after it ha. been
end assimilated By
Curing dlkcaacn ol the
etouiacii and other
organs of digestion
end nutrition, '' i .old
en Medical Inacov-
ery " euable. the per
fect nouriahmriit of
the body, which la
thus built up in th.
only way a body cen
be built uy by food.
There is no alcohol in "iHttMvm,"
end It eutirely free Irum opiom,
and all other uarcutice.
.. .... MM
I iW I I
A'aslilligton, July h. 'Hie weather
bailatla issued this mafalag say. the
' in pi rat tire will unit nine . omparative
Iv high tonight and Natunlav in the
middle, southern, Atlantic and Hull
Larn.gl. C-lv.t , u.mm
San Francieco, t.'alil., July 6. -Mayor
Pheian baa raaaiead a aommaai
cation Irom Oaraagit oflariaa to give
Maa I ranclsco 7.'si,iski ,,r a library,
the city to fur imh ,e Mite,
Sotpauded from Duty.
au 1 rainisco July ft. Cashier
Uaol, and Cbiaf Clark Dimmick.oi the
mint, wire suspended from dat) today,
pending an investigation of the m lea I lie
C li n .11 an Bnda.vor.r..
I'lucinuati, i , July ft The lirsl of
the visitors to the Inter aalioaal Obrit
tian l.mleevor OOUVenllon arrived to
lav. Fvervthlhg Is In readllieaa lor a
fl.rr. Lorrll.rd III.
New York, July ft. Tim .million
ol Pierre l.orillard. who arrivisl from
Kampe yealerday seriously ill, shows
no i l.ange bslay.
New York, July 6. The Weeteru
l uiou advices savn Haanca Aires he.
been dnt I ares I in a state ol siege for
six mouth. .
men with a message to the men
lag wit:, William Jordan ta thr effect
that if thev wotibl stop work and come
down the bill there Would m no
trouble In response (o this message
the union men were tired on, result
ing in the instant killing of llarthell
.Ionian and his crew then sought re
Inge in an "Id tunnel and it wa. while
running lor its month that .Ionian wa.
shot through the hips Matsnit II
o'clock an npporlun itv was uttered for
bringing lord. in In town hv .in old anil
unused trail, all oilier avenue- to the
basin being stronglv guarded by the
uni.il n Mo' tiring gradually
Worked down to Muilinu tunnel.
I., N. R R. Robb.ri.
Unite Mont., inlv :.. Hn additional
word ha. been recelM-l here tbi.
morning cnnanrnlng the correiing of
the lireat Northern railroad robbers
on a ranch by a sherilf. posse At
last accounts the robbers were sur
rounded and a light Was expected
Order ot Klki Sued.
Columbus, O , .1 nl ft Allen
Meyer, this alien. .. n atitsl the (Irtier
ol tm- I Iks h i t 10,000 '' Ibis lift,
nun is claimed as daiuagea for expul
sion from the order and ftus.l for com
pensation i,r writing the rlluel of
I he order.
Brlllth Ship a.hore.
London, Julv ft. -The Brill. h trena
port Menfoii, with a thousand irtatpe,
errivtsl from Oapa Board, i. a.hore on
the D Wight.
I In- vt ssel wa. relloateal later, with
little ai parent damage.
Do Your Feel Hurt?
Do Your Feel Burn?
.ho miii want tu c inr
tu 716 Mam Blfflil tod
I in Riled la a pair of
cits flhotfl iliat will
Itlfikfl Mull' lift niuii
All Kinds of feet
Tliul ' olir blMilMMfli
thrive and grow
Dr. PUrce'v njeiulue tut dulii wonders
mi two son. " suites Mrs M Murtiufc.
ater, Oswtg Co NY "Both lujd
kty cidcat ou wu iakaa lw. or tniee ycsie sgv
wftb hetuorrh..gc fr-.jn IhVluoaa It Iruuulad
him (M ovei m yeer. He t' -k lit eitf.e's Golden
Medical Diacovrry ud hae uot Bad oue la over
year. My ouugcr sou lutd acrobftlous eurca ou
his ueck, luiii two ljooad, but baa uot bad any
be coiuuieutcl lo take vouj mcUuxue.
Dr. Pierce'. Common Senar Medical
Advise', ui sqi i -vr, went rtc on re-
CeUOt o 2 i.lli-lll BtailllM to
New fork He. e ae.pll.
New York, July ft. -It I. hot again
iml.iv The thirty al hours respite
from the blistering heal, however, has
had a marked effect ao far a. heel
. Mm, alio,n ara , ,.iu el in-.l The a. alio i
orTclel. promiae apeedy relief Iron, Ilia (f Ollu..
heal wave. I O
oevernor w.ea in. ' ' i" ' ' ' 1 ' drink for
Washington, July 6. Havana ad- growing children ia FlGPRUNE.
vices reieiveu oy in.- war o.-pai i on n i
indicate that (iov. Wood I. .erlously
rtti tu ii Kb ci 1 1 1 1
716 Mam Slu t I. I't inlkton, Or.
penar or uiailiug ie
Ine eend i
111 pa tO pay cj(.
Poir cloth Uiid-
eae Or. i V.
Lti.lleneer Aeelo aeelen.
ilasgow, July ft. -l.ipton'. two
I 8heuiruck. had another trial spin to
day. In a three mile run the old Isat
heat the challenger by 2MU yards
go.r Wr..k a Trale.
Loudon, July ft. Kitchener reports
the Boer, yesterday wrecked a train at
North Naboouisnruit. Niueteeu per
urn. were killed. 1
It ia made from carefully ee-
lected California figa, prunea and
aound, well ripened gmin.
laooka like coiiaa. Taatea like
coffee But thara ia not
grain oi coffee in it.
Boil from 5 to 10 minutea only
ALL OgOCgKH BKLL
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Oregon' Mom I unions Kenorf.
The Hotel Plavel
1 -i m. w open for ific awaWMNg
I lie al caulppe. ! "Hf"Hl'
nun rooia ,,eelrlr llal'li I slid MaaM
rui.-al halllllia Until we
I ijiurioua 1 'tub House hiali
leys, bilhar.l belle V," f
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