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A DltOWN, HOU8B XJAimiAQB
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Rothchild & Bean,
Main and Alta Sts.
rVGLUNK IN ItVA.
Great Slaughter of Goods !
FOR 30 DAYS YET,
AT 25 PER GENT. LESS THAN COST
The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes, A fine
lot of Men's Furnishing: Goods; A large
stocK 01 juarness, oaaaies nuu x)iu,iiixt)uo.
Fine lot of Rubber Goods below cost.
COME AND GET BARGAINS AT MY STORE.
COURT STREET, - - PENDLETON, ORECON.
E. C. & E. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Contplftto Slock ot Furiiittiro and Canwt.
Our Stock Covers 5,000 Feet of Flooring.
(I00US SOLD OK KASY I'AYMKSTS.
32. O. and EJ. M- WHEELER
8UCCCE8S0RS TO FORBES ft WHEELER,
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"Wine and Spirit Merchants,
03 FRONT ST. - - " POBTUANu, ntui,
CYRUS NOBLE BOURBON WJ2MJ 'SlrfS'S
D.ANTRW MINERAL WATER, (iVuk.. WW URE CU
pTPONSARD HIIAMPAONE.' l(YSll. Label.) 13 s
" Alexander & Frazer,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and .
Family Groceries a Specialty.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHAJtt.
I.ltt'n Lo.nr. Ilrnvlrr Tliiin lti'iorlrit
C'lnvrlwiul Mitnvy .Not Tnkrii Viilimlilr
dolit llrlck.-Utlifr Ntr.
loiiTi.AKi. Nov. '. W. K. Welch. N
W. Urowu, I.. A. Scvoy, of l'enillctoh.iiro
in tlio city.
II. It. Lttt HtutcH that Ihu iuibllxhcl uc
count of IiIh Iosmpm by flro night btiforo
last wcro vary itniccuiuiu, ami timt in
Htcad of bclni! -',.r)0l) tlioy would nrobablv
reach $IU,(KH). All thu ilrcwen, cloaku,
otu.. which wuro iK'iiig iniuio lor ciiKtotn
era In tbo work room, wcro totally do
stroyod. AtnotiK thcmi wuio two lino
Putin drcHHt'H bclonuini! to i'.tiiina Abbott
CJoodM in tbo nhow cam wcru dtvnchud,
and mnokn permeated n laru amount
woolen fabricN, which caum;H them to
Ioko color after boltiu oxtionud in tbo
During thu month of October 817,700
btiHliulH ol wlieut and I0,1).) barrels 01
flour were miippod from turn ort to for
Air. II. (iotdxmlth had on exhlbllion at
hUoUleo ycntorday nix cold brlekn. valued
at !'.', 000. Thov represent a run of
Hiivontvou davit of atwcnty-Htamii mill on
or from tho Alma initio, located near
The jury In tho lien KIiik mhu havo
not yet brotiL'ht in a verdict. They havo
been out hIiho I r. C yuHtoiilav.
YcHtcrduy JiiiIko Catlln commltled to
the lii8iino luiylum, Kllu Anderson, a
owouau ulrl. aueil twenty-two yeniK
Her lmlluclnatloti coiiNlntH In Ixilluvliur
tliat Komehody in trying' to ikiIhoii her.
und bIio Ih coiiHtuutly running away and
netting on tlio national event Ih mill
lively in thin city. CoiiHlderablu oven
money was placed yentenlay on New
York, (ndlanii, Now Jersey and Connec
ticut; alnothat Oregon'M majority would
not bo over '1,000. Thero ih plenty of
Democratic money at the Huttoti House
which it Ih claimed Hepublleaun will not
tako, iiiiIchh they aw given odd. Cleve
land Ih a favorite in thu betting.
Till'. MANITOBA .MI KDI.K.
Armril I'n rem Nrurly Unit, it I'onlllrl
Until I'lirtln. I'rrimrliiK fur llmtlll tl'.
Winsii'iiu. Nov. II. UloiKlnhed wan
imminent hiht nlubt at the dlmmicd rail
road croHHlng. The running up and down
thu road of an cnglno by tho Canadian
racillu coplo oxiihpcrutea tlio govern
ment forcen, and, arranging a train, they
wutrhed their chance, and bucked It tip
agaitiHt thu (unadiau Tactile engine.
Tho at rival of military at thin moment,
with loailed curhinoH anil iniriy-iivo
roundfi of cartridgeH prevented a colllxloii,
which wax alout to tako place between
tho opiOfiliig forceH. Thu government
Intend to havu Sticrintendcut Wlilto
arreMted for interfering with their hhcIuI
Klico, and obHtriicting tho publlo lilgh
way with an engliiu. Owing to urgent
representation) of the Canadian l'acillu
and belief that tho government will
nprlng a mine of hoiihi kind, tho military
havo lieen ordorod into raui at thoeroMi
log, and thoy will probably remain thero
for Home timo.
NKIVN KKO.M CHINA.
C'lioli'ru HikI'K I" I'uhlnif A lllmiitrou
Tjplioon Au.lrulUn HtrlW uill TNr
San riusciKco, Nov. II. A cablegram
thin morning ntateH that tho great coal
Htrlko in AuHtrallan miuoH Iiiih leen tor
minuted. Tho Htcamer brlngn Ilia following ad
vlcou: Cholem Iiuh taken u ntrong hold
upon tho nativo imputation in l'ekliig,
and deatlm are IncrcuHliig daily, It Ih rc
IKirtcd that tho Chlneno government Iiiih
under eonHlderatlon a nchetmi of tarlll'
repritulH, an action of retaliation for pio
liibltion of Chluem! from entering thu
United States, Thero Iiuh been u heavy
typlioon In the China Soa,und Hoveral ven
mjU had narrow cbcuikih. Oiio Htuumor
wan blown three hundred mlleH out of her
coumo, and tho coal being exhausted, for
thteo dayri lined migur for fuel.
A NAItlllMV KHVAVK,
' Hoiiae ml Storn Wrvckril, lint un
Yot Itrporlf.il Klllril.
La I'ohtk, la., Nov. ii. A cyclone
struck thlH place at 0 o'clock lint night,
coming from tho northwest. Union hull
wad demolished, and a largo number of
liouf-cn wcro unroofed and blown down,
a Hcction of building being carried many
b ockh nwav. urcat oph Iiuh licon oc
casioned to tuerchantH. Tho rcHidenco of
SandorH Walker wan blow n to utouiH, and
children rolled about on thu ground. I no
mother wiih HorioiiMv liurt. o otnur in-
juries aro retiortod. Tlio Iocs on proiwrty
ih $75,000. ItcportH of damaguH aro com
ing from allxcctlonKof I no country.
NAN l-'HANUtKCO DKMdCU ATS.
Thrjr llmr (tin l.nrgn't I'Mrndfi Krrr Nern
Srrn lu Ihr liny City.
San I'iiancihco. Nov. 3. Tho I urgent
and most eutliUHluHtlc purado that ever
took pluco In this city wuh had by tho
DemocratH laHt night. 'There were
twonty-two (IIvIhIoiih. comtiriHiug a hun
dred organisations of citlzuns, beaded by
Uio. grand marslial. 1 nu tirocoHslon was
two hours and twenty mluutuH passing a
given (Kiliit. HetwiHsn ten and fifteen
thousand coplo wero in Hue.
Hound nml Holld ltrn'mi. Why Thin 8ll
(lilght In lo D.mocrnllc.
Kroirt ttio Snn Kranclncn Examiner.
Oregon Ih interested ciiually with Cali
fornia in tlio matter of ChlnoFo immigra
tion, and heretofore bus shown as much
determination to check tho invasion and
exiiel tlio surnltiM Coolies. Tho Oregon!
ans havo declared by tliolr votes that
thoy look only to tbo Democratia party
for relief. Thu Chlncsu iiuestlon was an
issiia between tho parties in tho lust gu
bernatorial election, when a Democrat
who had manifested his sympathy with
thu citizens who evicted tho Cliincsu from
Oregon City was elected by .'1700 major
ity. President Cleveland has dono mure
for tho whole toast than Mr. I'eiiuoyor
did for Oregon, and thero is nu reason
why ho should not get tho votes of ull tliea
men In Oregon who voted for Governor
lVnnover. If Oiecon ulvcs Mr. Harri
son, tho friend und ally of tho Chinese,
her electoral vo'es, nho will thereby in
vito tho repeal of tho Kxcluslon Act, and
bo cstopK)d from entering protest agaluit
any pn)Hsiiion to nu tuo puiio wiui
The, worklmr neonlo of Oregon aro not
in Hvmiiathv with thu Hupubllcan party
tills year, howevur thoy may havo voted
in thu nast. Tliu "free-tradu" bugaboo
did Its work early In tho campaign, but
A Mlim Csvrn lu
ToMllBTONK. Ariz.. Nov. Olio man lllm unrllnmimn Iiiim recovered from ldri
was killed, und another seriously inlured, panic, walked uii to the thing Happing Its
In a cave-In of tho Copper Queen mine utrlnH tho wind, and found it to ho a
iiidImh) yesterday. i scareciow. ilu is not talking politico on
Vt'ri to tin hriit to ilu) t inn Wntrn. tho street coruurri of I'ortlaiul, tint neillicr
WAHiiiMiroN. Nov. II. At thu Navy "is ho marching In Republican parados
Deiiarlment yesterday it was learned I nor shouting for Harrison and protected
thiittho lloston will uecompany the Uear- trusts. ... , ,
sargo to lluytiun wuturs, with sulllclont Last Juno tho lrlsh-Amerlcan voter had
loa-o to protect Ainuncan inieresis tnero. paiiicuiur reusons mr ihuukhik "
OI IHU I'emoiTitiiu ruiituiiiiuii, ouu nu
jry proH'rly cast Ills ballot to miuotiiai
tbiiko ompiiatlu mid ell'ectlvo. TIiomi
THK ill'Ti: NTH A I..
ItctiutillrHii C'onrr.ilnn Tlnil the Mllli
lllll Wnillil llol. thn Knriuar.
Knnn tlieHlorkloii Mull.
V merchant of this city Iiuh hint closed
a contract for 100,000 grain bags on tho
following terms: If delivered on or bo
foto Juno 1st next tho Price to bo 7 cents;
hut if delivered on July 1st tho price
to bo 7)b cents for all or any orllon de
livered on that date. If, however, tho
Mills bill passes Congress and becomeo u
law pilor to Juno 1st, then thu price of
hogs delivered ou that date shall bo 5
cents und those on July 1st ft 1-S cents.
The namu of tho merchant ho prefers
should not bo published, but ho author-
zes tlio .Mull to L'lvo it iKirsoiiuiiy to any
oiio who may dispute this statement.
The man who agrees to deliver tho bags
thu largest munufacttitur of Into fabrics
In Uillli rniar-is a uopuimcuu ot mo
most pruuuunccd tyo, so that tho con
dition IiiHurteil lu tho conrlucl concerning
thu puHsugo of tho Mills bill was not put
thero for political cll'cct. It Is a basinets
arrangement entered Into on purely busi
now lioro is Homewiing lor tuo larniors
to think uliout. It lours out coiuiiIetel
what tho Mail has been saying ull along
In regard to their Interests lu thu (lend
ing election. Tho Mills bill means not
only cheaKr grain bags for them, but
iicaMir uinnicr, ciieajer ciuiiiug,
heaner imnlomouts mid utensils and a
ilghurdegrco of prosperity all round.
I they get tlinir grain uags noxi season
reasons no longer exist, and tho Hopnb-
llcan partv will not got His vote in No
vember. Theiu wuro no Irishmen in the
Republican procession in l'ortland ou tho
l'Jtli nf Oeln H!r.
Tlio frco wool scare, which had less to
do with tho result in Juno than tho Re
publicans try to Isillovo, is u thing of Uio
past. It served Its purposo well, how
ever. That purioso wuh not iKilltlcal
Wool buyers saw their opisjrtuulty, und,
In tlio words of thu heaviest wisil giower
of Umatilla county, "they went lu with
tbo Harrison boomers and knocked the
prlco of Oregon wool dow n to a ruinous
llgurojthev havu gobbled our wool for
Ices than 'half price of Australia wool
with tho duty oil." Tho llockmusters
havo discovered that thu tarlirou Austra
lian llei'Cii has nothing to do with the
valuo of Inferior nativo wool, and there
Is no reason why any Dumisirat among
them should vote with thu party that has
jiint robbed him ot his profits by getting
up a panic.
In tlio salmon canneries ou tho Colum
bia largo iiiautitlcH of tin aro used every
season. Tho Mills bill proposes to
cheapen tin, ull of which Is Imported, by
removing tho duty. Is thero any leaHon
why tlio canneries should indiico their
employees to vote against tho party that
oilers to nil love the m of it burden I
If all tho Democrats, all tho antbChi
neno moil und ull thu enemies of Industry-paralyzing
trusts will get out and voto
us Ihnv believe. Olefin will not Is) in the
for m a thousand less on account of tbo Republican column on tho llth of Novum
Mills bill Isjcomluga law than thoy other-1 k-r. It is easy enough to loso a battloby
wlso would liavo to pay, tliey will liavo running mmoo uiuhmuk
usi tliat mucii moru to aun to tuo prom oi
thu year's work. Thoy will get thusamo
irlco lor tlio grain mat i in uio nags,
or tho nrlco of (train Is llxcd in Llvor-
iool und Ih not utTcctcd by uny law or
tlscul regulation ot tho United Stales.
And It tho bunellt to tho farmers comes
so surely and quickly In tho matter of
r..ln bags, now certain ami speouy miibi
l reach them us rcuards thu other
things of their consumption uHoetod by
Die Mills bill.
I ii lured,
Hubert Fylr, An U. It
Found lu the Idler,
and III. Money (lone,
1'oiiti.ami, Nov, 3. Karly yesterday
morning a man was found struggling In
tbo river at thu loot of Salmon street, and
was rescued and recuseltated after much
difficulty, when ho was found to bo
Robert Kyfe, auditor of freight ticket ac
counts of Iho O. it. A N. Co. Ho was
badly cut und bruised about, Iho head.
Kyle Is not yot nblo to tell how the allalr
hapienod. Ab lie had recently been paid
Oil', und no money was found on Ids wr
son, it is bcliovcd ho was the victim of
TIIK KXCI.l'SION Mil. I, WOHKS.
Uuly Fire C'hlne.e, lu.trml of II undrcd.,
San FKAcihra, Nov. 3. The steamor
City of Sydnoy, tbo first to leave Dong
Kong after tho signing of tho oxcluMon
bill, arrived late last night, bringing only
twenty-six Chinese passengers, l ive of
then.) are for San I rancisco, w hile only
six aro destined for Victoria. Iho remain
der going to l'anamu, Honolulu and Ha
vana, A CoBt'le Kill h I'rUoner.
Los ANoutts, Cal. Nov. 3. Johti At
kins, arrested here yesterday for burning
railroad procrty, while being taken to
jail by Deputy Constable McGee last
night, made a break for liberty, and was
fatally shot by McOeo,
Hurem Court t'r Decided.
(leorgo Kelt, district attornuy, ressmd
out, vs. W. W. Spalding and Clovulaiid
Rockwell, apiKjIlants; upcal from .Mult
nomah county; argued and submitted;
II. 11. Williams, uttornuy for resKiudont
J. C. Moreland and Oeorgu II. llurnutt
(Joorgu .Miller, uiKdlant, vs. Henry
l.vnch. respondent : appeal from Union
e Mills bill. . county; judgment of tho lower court re-
Can It lie possible that tho farmers of I ... .:i ,WIU. trM nnlnnil.
this valley will voto against a patty or syu.aiiuh.
irojwsltlon wtioso miriiose is to increose Htatulo of frauds Agreuuioiit to uu
heir prosirity by lessening t ho cost to ; MU..,r for ..nother's dubt s when now and
them of certain IndcsK)iisabIo art clos I orlifinnl and when collattcral. S. was In
and things which thoy have to buy. ,j,(j)t(j ,0 m. In tho sum of $M0, to 1
while in rio wlso lessening the prico of uu , rttllH al .r)0 IK!r l0,wand, to so
the nmliict which they ralso to eell .uro u .rfunnanco ot which agreo
Wo Ihlnk not, and that Is the reaixjn moll(h M m(l ,,iwe,i teitaln proH!rty to
why we IhiIIovo so rlrmly tlmt tho countv M (lufun,iut Find agrwid with pluln
and Iho vidley is going for Cleveland and ti(r to .);jy ln, ,ho 100 u,t., K. owed
low luxes. ,m ttI1 ti,ut j consideration of such
agreomont plalntllr discharged H. Irom
all liabilities from such debt and released
io projierty which tie held lu pludgo for
a iiuvnii'iit. Iliii ilefendaut's UL'reomelit
topaythoillW toM. is a new and orig
inal agreement, ami Is not within the
statute ot frauds, It Is within tlio statute
and void. ... ,
Statuto of frauds verbal promlso, A
verbal promise to tuv tho debt of un-
A Uueer HrldeKronin,
Kroui Ilia Klliuiiburtf Uapllal.
A few days since a young couploarrived
in Kllensburg from Yukimu la u covered
wagon, They had two hearts that Unit
as ono; one soul with hut u single
thought, and a miscellaneous assortment
ij IrrililiMll frlltlu mill ullmyli Tlinir
hwirts hud twined us thu pumpkin vine. !
und their voices wore honeyed with dew, I other, if tho creditor w ill forlsiar to sue,
imi mis nasni any ruing to no wiiu our i or discontinue u sun aireuiiy peguu, or
story. Success attended them In the dls-' release a lieu ou is'rsonal Property held
posal of their fruit; the wagon was empty jn pledge, unless thu promisor derives a
ami thu purse was full. The uforesald , benollt th )refrom iccullar to hluiHelf, is a
cxmplo concluded they watited to wed, collateral undertaking, and within the
and they did wed that very day. Hut , itatuto, unless in writing,
wbvn night, gentle night came, the
youth from Yakima hloil him to a hotel . .,. . u'i,mli...o ivu- VuMv
"i . arZ:r ua as::
mii iHi.m i, u-iiomi i..i ' dlan I'acitlc. All are aruicd, A Lauu-
iWAhZu&n as this that , i;ino '"L"
lit ll. .rui.ltul to Yokimo. 'lywl Ibis morning, whi o u second train
1 wltlt -100 men Irom tlio l anaiiian raciuo
" 1 railway shojs camo lu shortly afterward.
Monday, at Denver, James f-ongmiettl, Tlio feeling between tho two forces is
a bar-tender, shot and killed A. A, Case gradually becoming moru bitter. Should
in a dispute over some drinks, Tho mur-' tlio Manitoba government force a crossing,
dercr was promptly jailed, Since Id Dominion infantry will interfere, as
incarceration ho lias been sutlcring from Much are their orders. Judge Clark,
nervous prostration, and this morning Canadian I'aciflc railway solicitor who
was taken with convulsions and died in has arrived, says tho company will stand
terrible agony, imagining the murdered to their guns at all odds, us the law is on
man was torturing him. their side. Snow Is falling.