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. HOW TlIEJAIHKS FISH j
There is generally about Six of thein
in a bunch, with ligit dresva on, and
they have tore? poles with 'as many Looks'
arid liiP3'ncQf.2 them. As non ns thV"
yet to the river they look far a good
place to get doWn the bank, And th? moat
venturesome' mij sticks her heels into the
bant and' jalces caref.il stpps down r
then s'fcdderrfy she finds herself at the
' bottom," Witti both hands in th water,
and feel that everybody in this wide
world is looking at her. The other girls,
profiting by her example, turn round
.and go down backward. Then they
'(Bcamper until they'fii.d a shallow place
.where they cause the fish, uad sLou ;;
'Oh I see one f
4Oh, my ! so he is.'
'L"t'8 catch biia,'
'Who's get the bait'
'You laay tliinj you're sitting on ay
jjole ;, " ,
' t1j exclamations are gotten off
'9 9 9e .that awakens every echo with-
in a' ttfjle r tfr.'d, - and sends ererv fi.sh
by a superhuruan effort u;a:.iajr to get a i
worm on the hook and throws it in with i
a splash like tha launching of a wash tub, !
and await Jth re3ult. After a while a
feebleminded, "sunfish contrives to get
farfteheil on t&o hook of ? tjcuid women,
and she gives vent to I.or tongue, by
'Oh aomfcthiug ha? got hold of my
rull up you Iitiie idiot." -houted five
xci ted voices, as pol-s and hooks are
I Lev run to tL- i pscuo. Tl
rescue. U.t- 'irl
with a bito ga.va u mih
sends the vjftfortnntte
air tin? f.u'J) '"'kngrh l.t
niodic jer!i and
iininv' ir.to the
line, and he !
cotnes down on the nearest curly head
with a damp flop'lii&t se;sher to clawing
as though therp i era biiiiiLlo Les in her
hair. if ' e"" v .
Oh. I'iurd r ! tnle itawar! I.r.h. til
inrtl r ' tike itawar
it away, tho ijasty thi.ig "
'Then they hold; up their hki? ad
gather arooad-that ah a it skips over
: Jbhe'Iogg, one al) the tioe holding the
1 line in loth hands with bof foot, upoa
1 th pole, as though she had an evil dis-
powi oat at tho other end. Then they
talked it over.
'J Jo w will it get off r
Ain't it pretty ?'
V.onebsr if it ain't dry Y
"Poor little thing : Jet us put it back.'
'fick it up V as she rapidly backs out
of th pircle.
'fifP& gracious, I'm afraid of it.
TVre ! t'a opening it's irouth at, sornH
J ust; j,h,ep tho 'sunny' wiggles off the
ht) and disapp -ari. between twp logs in
the water; and the girls try 'for another
bite. But the sun comes down and fries
the back of tboi? ne.sks, and they get
three headaches in- the party and they all
el cross and scold at the lish like so
may magpies. If ah inwary cljub dares
tn show his head in the water they poke
at htm with poles, much to his disgust.
Finally thy throw th5 pole$ away, hunt
up the lunch basket and plimb up into
the woods, where tbey sit round on the
grass, and eat enough of dried beef, rusk
and hard boiled eggs to give a horse the
Jiight-mare, after which they conipire
not about their beaux until sundown,
when they go boino and plant envy in
the hearts of J1 their dear friend bv
telling them what just a splendid time'
tney cua ail have.
.' i.n.lai... :. f "atiouai iionor arboad, and shove all, upon
All Hancock and English eampaig i promise f anelta change iit.the aim
oluba and other organizations which ,r"tio" of tnis government as sh.nll insure its
upport the Democratic candi.Utaa ar ! wforn, in every department uf
. ' ,
- W. H. BjaBxcfi,
Chairman Jfat. Peru. Conunirtce,
133 Fifth Ave., ew York,
I. The name and location of their or
ganization. . 2. A statement qf tlie nunibar of then
:. Tho names of offlpers.
4. Account of meetings held.
5. Reports, every two weeks during
the campaign, of the number and in
crease of menitwr.-thip, witli thp condition
and prospects of the canvass.
The worst abused man in yu8hinton
is the department clei k. He earns from
$1,00 down tp $700 per year. It is!
aafe to say that all get us much as thev i
t -e worth. Ifalf of then, who c we board
ills and sport so much s'ylo around
Washington, could not make: p?ir.uyh in
competition with tho world to wear two
uits a war. TLe e'erk is a ro,e cali
per. He thinks that for tore? r;af:u or
other this country owes him a living,
He goes to work at 9 o'clock, and is found,
au hliotly brusbe-1 and gjcred, issuing
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ADOPTED V.' TUC CINCINNATI t.ON VKSTIOX."
The Pemn.-Miic party of ilic United-State j
in eoiirention n-'Miinbk-d, declare:
First We pled;; ourselves anew to t!r j
constitutional doctrines and traditions of the )
Pemncratic party as illustrated by the teach-
ing sou examples of a lon: line of pemoerat
ic ftatesni.ii nnd pnJrkX.s, and emliodiel
in the fat national cenvention of the party.
SeconS Opposition to centralization and
that dangerous spirit of encroachment which
tends to consolidate the powers o al! :be de
partments in one, and thus to create. What
ever be the forma of government,' real dep
oliam; no sumptuary law; separation of
church and State for the good of each; com
mon schools to 1h; fostercdand protected.
Third Home ru!p. honest money, th
strict maintenance of public faith, consisting
ot gold, silver and paper convertible to coin
ion demand; the strict maintenance of the
public faith, Mate and national, and a tariff
for revenue oiilv.
Fourth the subordination of the military !
to the civil power, and a general and thor-
oiigh reform of the civil service. , :
j Fifth Uight to; a free ballot as the right ;
preservative of all rights, and must and shall
be maintained in ever v Dart of the I'nifpH '
States. ': ' ' i
j Sixth The existingadiidjiistratojiLs,repre- ;
tentative ot conspiracy only, and its claims i
"f r!5-',lt'to """""nd the ballot xe with j
ijuojiK aim iicpiuy niarsnais, to liitimiclatc '
and olistruct the elections, and by unprece-!
dented use of the vote to maintain its cor- j
nipt and despotic power, insults the people, I
and iiupeiiU their institutions. i
Seventh The great fraud
great fraud of 1S7G. bv t
which, upon a fal.-.e count of the electoral
vote of two Stntcs the can lidate defeated at
the poll, was declinvd to be President, and
for the first time in American history, the
dl of the people wua set aside under the
threat of military violence, Struck a dead!
bluw&tou; system of representative govern
nent. The Democratic party, to preserve
he country from th j ii-rrors of a civil war,
submitted for the time, ill the' firm and nut-
riotic faith tluit the neooln U'onlil notiiuli li
crime 111 ISoU. This issue precedes ami
dwarfs every other. It imposes more sacred
duty npou tbe people of the Union than was
ever addressed to the conscience of a initioi,
of freedir.sn. ' . v)
E-'ghth We execrate the course of th'.ad
imiiistro.tou in making places for' political
criminals, cud demand a reform by statute
which shall make it forever impossible for a
defeated candidate to bribe his way to the
seat f a Usurper by villainies upon the peo
'iath The resolution of Samuel J. Tilden
not asain to bj a caudidate for a'cctioii, the
exaitc.L plare to which h- was elected by :i
majority of his ci untrym.n, an-1 from which
hi-, was excluded by the leaders of the Re
sMibiicati party, is received by the Democrats
of the United States with sensibility, and
they declare their conllduiicc in his wisdom
and patriotism and integrity, unsullied by
the assault of the common enemy, and thev
uirther declare to him that he is followed
nto tho retirement be has chosen for himself
by the sympathy and respect of his fellow-citizens,'
who regard hint as one who, by ele
vating the standard of public morality and
adorning and purifying the public service,
merits the lasting gratitude of his cbnntry
and his party.
Tenth Free ships and a living chance for
American commerce en the sea and 011 the
land, no discrimination in favor of transpor
tation lines, corporations or monopolies.
Eleventh A maul tnent of tht litirlingame
Treaty; no more Chinese iimig:uion txeep
for travel, education and foreign camfflfree,
and therein crcfi4hj qtttrdtd. .
Twelfth Public money and public credit
for public purposes solely, and public lands
for actual settlers, 1'
Thirteenth The Democratic party is the
fri. nd of labor and the labpfiug man, and
pledges itself to protect him alike against
the cor.aorants and the a minune.
Fourteenth We congratulate the country-
upon llie Honesty auu clrifj; of the Democrat
16 ,-"lires wih lias reduced the public ex
penditures to 840,000,000 a year; upon the
continuation of prosperity at home a'"4 the
the public aarvjee.
' I (Opposite Post Office,) , .
Main St., Walla Walla, W. T.
R. R. ROUNDS, - - PnopmETOK.
re, penla; . ?l.(. Board and Lodging, pur week,
aud according to iwta, cicala, 25c.
lk-ds 20 and 50c.
F e Coach )e f bp flofrl, fof f asM-ogers.
yN0 CHIAJklEN EJiffJiOYEDT
WALLA WALLA pAKERY,
aUAlXlCTTKMl Or .
BREAD, t ikS AXD flES
I And all kinds of
Fire-Proof Building, Main Street,
janCitf WALLA WALLA, W. T
j Vr WACNER
( ' '
1 elr tm
! Z rjawri
FOB HAH OB
Thrn a me.ileino 1ms infallibly don
Its wrk In ii.il, iona oreawm f. Toon-
wuri ui a cuiuury; hm it baa
siUei l; tlm only -Hale p,.i.,ltu, ...
rvwh -m mb.
.......... .... yrcitvauie to call
auckinuu.01 iuu .
win or m-i l.letit. It is vreuy aufe U
acaaiiuMiieiuu ' ,
THE BEST OF ITS KIND.
ThlS 14 thai PlIM attl. 1 V
f'!ul""R l'lulm it. Evry mail
mi, 1 00 sifony t n awful acald or
overcome, n, t n tbrnisKB.l-jiiiiil-one
other b!uasini;s aul luercln
r.. ifoi:ine ,r the fl.rreijaUa SScx
ica Muatanir J.lnUitaiit
sptfuUlly enrol Uy OiO-f r
Jt i:i.tnit, s n.iiscle, membrane and
tissuK. 10 the very l.oivv bantahluK puln
ma t-urln iIisi-h-m, irii a poarrr ttint
i w JjiHs. it u u tniMlicine aesHmt by
evu-.y Us!y, tiom liio rtuKhero, who rides
ovor solltnry pliiiiia, to tho iimrcbAnt
j iuiLf, in,. 1 ins KoouuulLur wbu sulits
hisio t V .ill nr.. "
it cures Klii-uwuiisin when all other
jW"5ily ; res such ailments of the
lit MAS H.t.-lt us
U lis a mat I in. trclllan, MMT
aud ralda, ut, lSrnlea and
Hprntua, I'nl.omn. Hllea and
'l,t. "IllHirm, I.aaarneaa, Old
srca, rioera. Froatbitea, t'hllblalna.
Sore flilppa, akrd Hrraat. au.t
liitlvrd every form at uitnwl dla-
It U tho rrpnloBt remetly for the dis
oviur.i and ucriilontH to which tho
I1..L . 1: t. ukation up? snbluct that boil
cvi-i-l.-.M'u kiiown Itcum
N;traiu. Mtvluur. - ST JToluta,
Fouuilrr. tlnrsnii Horaa, Ifoaf 1U
'00l.lt'"' N-revr Worm, Scab,
Hollow Horn, Nrratchra, Wlnd
?!? L "! Farcsr, Blnsbone,
K d 1 ."" F "P
tbe Ma-ht and every other ailment
" " ,no occapauia of tbc
Mabld and Slock Yard are liable.
A iweutr 11 vo c:nt bottle of Mexican
Mna'iiiig l.ttiimoiit lias often saved a
valuable horsp, a lift) on crutches, or
years of torture.
It bal wlthnnt a Mrar. It irne3 to
'be very roAtui'tliu m.iller, pcuelrailn'
It etires evarybol7, and dlaapnolnts
t o f au. It baa bran la ft fly u-w ior
lioslUvcly iWe"Jr'av 1". 1-
FOS W OS BEAST.
THOMAS QU I H t
. UAXcrAcrcKBK sv nun n.
SADDLES. BRIDLES, HARNESS, W.
Brttk Balldlnc, Mala St., Wnllu alia.
I will keep at. all times a full stock uf.
Team and Buggy Barnes,
t-OIXABS, CL JtRY COMBS,
And everything usually kept in a firsb-claes
REPAUtrNG neatly and pronpt!y done.
Harness and Saddle Shop,
CENTER VILLE OR.
JLKT RECEIVED A I.ABGE ASSORTMNET OF
CpcprrJ Team Harness
Ccntrxrd Hack Harness,
Ladies, and MerT Saddles
whips, SPURS. Etc.
B. E. IIERVEY
DwfKht & Riley,
general Land Aaeats, Tfetarlea Pablfe .
eal Estate Brokers,
Pendleton. Oregon , S ,
j Have Town an ir Pijui of all surreved lands fn UmaUlia
County and a record of all Land Claim from the llr
j location to the prrsrnt time, and corrected seui-iraekly
I from the Land Office at LaOrande.
', Will seevrr claims for parties under an; of the Land
; Ijlh of the l . S., conduct contested rasa, before Uie
lK-ai ima ocice, ana on appeal to the Itepartmeut at
WWxtrttm; '"' TT
V iii turnup Soldiers . Additional Hcme4levd Floats
uid .Ui l.iads of Land Scrip on siuurt notice and at loweat
. inarKet rate ; '
. Will buyaad scil Umls, dty prawrty, t aq reasona
j beouousoiou. '- '
I Tbs Plattf sad Eicordo lboa rtftrred ta are Uie only
ones af the kjad ia fmaill'.a' Cf4V, and aeukn eau
save time U"J 4p to LaGcuis bj eetutu; yt us.
WWe baveafpfa saUUiis fi r Jutatini trw
.ADVERTISEMENTS, i i
iff. T. CS,i
4 ,t fab'' :- "a. .-ivi ' '- -.1. ..
Ceotcrrille. . . . .Oregon.
Contniiia a full stock of Tare
DRUGS & PATENT MEDICINES.
XSD TOILET AKTIC LES I
PAINTS. SWEET & LUBRICATING OILS
Clocks. Watches and Jewelry,
BOOKS d ST4X JOy A RY,
Todd's Gold Pens.
Fine Cigars, and Tobaccos, j
Choice .Wines and Liquors
For Medicinal purposes only.
Prescriptloa aad Kecelpe rempouaded
with 4'are aud Dispatch. j
. E, B.1KEK, Proprietor, i
This Centrally, located anil Popular House
having, been cutirely Ke tit led
and Itciuruished is
Now opened to the public under the
Will at all lltaes be feaad tarn I. bed with the
Very Best Ike suarkrt atTord. aad erery
rxertlua aande tn satlsiy the waaU
f the patroas ef tbe Hease.
Arc all nw, a: the rooms bare tean farnlshod la th
n..u:a& miyi-. ixud witu cvory c.mTenUact3 .usually found
iu u :irsvclSkMf liouse.
Tho F adletoa Hotel hu a Ft?-eIroor Bafe fo
- a depdait uf Valuable. . .
And in all its department St vrtU bs up vlth tht
time and tl e Proprietor isdatarmined that it abal
. tu.ti.'iUin the leputatioa of baias- tha
Vest !: East el fhe Bloaataias,
I BE STAUE8 STOP HERE.
The' ridBt and tramline public are respectfully
nti'cd to call. E. RAtKt.lt.
i only ono In Heppner!
avt ritcF. to ceti acQAitr. meal
i ijQjaiv Tom Ayer'?" Uvery Stable !
i AR B ER SHOP!
In copneef ion with tpe lmue.
A. E. DlTZEL.
UTAH, IDA DO & ORTIIER
Leaves Pendleton f..r Umatilla every Tes
day, Thursday aud Saturday at 5 M.
Leaves Weston daily for The Dalles, via
Pilot Kock aud llepner, at 1 :5 a. M.
Leaves Weston daily for Walla Walla, via.
Milton, at 10: 45a. m.
Jiew Concha i. Good Stork, Skilled Prf' d able per
fonnanm ...f Minrice are the feature of tbU ld
aiidiCsUable Company. '. .:-
, B. STEEL. Agrat.
aAILSBTllY, HA1LKV CO., Proprietors.
ft, A. jeax. Proprietor.
Dealer in . . . . 5 ,
Fish, - - - 4
Prnit a4 Vegelahles,
" ..;"..V,i Etc., Ete.
Are alwavra Freast assd .tit siidass are
' ruled wlii rrasartarea. ' '
tlfeir2! piscount Maden Large
r Cash Seles.
- y. h. -mtixsr. b
v - - - -'
Offers to s U to the
linest b- jo
SADDLES, HARNESS m
1i per rent Lew t-
TTAVINt; UKf'KN'TLY K
oAice, I am prenared l. iirii:i .
have leen sold in Walla Wan. All v'' i.-s-
made of the liest California Oak 'I'tuiui J ;.tati-r.
XOVKllIT THE IilMT
Xo trouble to. sh w good-N Cat
J5sW, - -
The undersignd has been ins-rabtoj id
CONSISTING OF '
III CtiK, ICER1ES v:i3VK&i ijl
AT GREATLY RZOUDEO PAtJ
To malic room for a large SPi.5Xi STM M, iu;
assortment of Boots aud S!sees.
Coflpe, Tea, Nugar, Tobacco and
Also Cgal Oil, Clear as Crystal, Guarantees
Substance and Non t; :
Ready Made Clct?;-; i,':
w Please call and examine
Cestkrvilk, Veruary Cth, 1880.
M. V. WORMIHGTON,!
I MIXTON, OREGON,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, GROOKER f GLASSWARE,
Heavy Stock of BOOTS and SHOES,
0AL OIL TOBACCO and CIGARS CANNED FRUITS OF AU K2SD3. i
C . ...... , ..j
CLOVES OF ALL KINDS --'-A SPVoiALTY
TIroducc ikc.i jn Excliitnge .: I
D- C. Lounsbury,
NO extra charrc fcr Hearse!!
j ,.'. w rum. .
Purity of Tone,
public one of the
-. ctcd, stocks of .
S.Hirri Iloa. 7-ttilx sldr ci" Poitlnr 1.'"
M i OLD h i A N , om'M'lT THE I tT
.ii niy nne up iecs raun-iy than .h
H is are of my owa mana, xtt ur a--j
!. a urn
V (: (.,.: ;v.
y-r-.vJvc5f before tHiyin
, . . '
wrwrsa la cits ,.v v.htos ajhj' viti..'.iv
aaaaa : itxv 1?.- -.tlu: 3 iulotaea tii-Ci.
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