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PENDLETON, UMATILLA CO., OREGON, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1888.
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tl Uw, lUxiinii No. .1 nml u, AHWicln.
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J. BKAN. ATroilNKY AT l,AW.
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J!IOIIt A1TOUNKYH AT LAW.
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tunnK-lwI bylelppiioni! witti VII-
l. KtlHf III Hltvlltlmi ulvfii In llin
"viiihi i.iki ciuiurvii.
JT'K. IlKNTIST. (J AS ADMIN
riviHu.,1 ),11'e:-Malii HtrpoUiiTliomp.
u.n(rr, Work Ummntlv ilnnn liiva
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V" ''OPKIl, IUiACKKMlTH AND
!o? Mttker. AIU hiiiI uanlen Ht..
r'll. Urei.(.ii tn..i...... .....if
iti 'V " rilculur attention lv
MSItn 1. i.' L'8K OAUKIAOK
U,W,;n."neM on hort notice. Order
CS'S wl" ee'vo prompt atten-
u?." WILKINSON. PHACTIOAI.
., -Men. I'livt ...... 1... :
ii."ui "AT. HTONK AND IHtICK
1. Pla.terliiL-, ull klnilii of h'oub
Wk "'cuted reuMinnbly. Ho.
V-jJi-iPVEAU, ritOl'UIETOH OK
siftti 11 . nor. Whin uuu
Main and Alta Sts.
Ml .InnniKlale', Ut-urnxl ty noil It It.
v?aril-l'lrtatnnit Monry Still l'luntlMI
ami Lntakrn-Tlia Drmm ratlr lUllylol
AllTHIII. WIlIK II Mult.
roUTLtMi, Nov.-I, 1888. The IiIk milt
of Sol Abrmim v. tho Oregon & Callfor
ulu Hnllroml Outntuiity tcruiinul;d vcHler-
(luy ut 11 oVIotk, wlu'n tlm Jury brought
in 11 vuruici tor 1110 ni.iitiiiit 11
llm amount ticked for
tiuti Arcldriit, I cuiIui'Im. ami ilntw on Ills Inmulnution for
San KitANciKi'ti. Nov. ft. Yesterday. 1 nwlMtnnw whenovcr needful, u iirovciM
I near the Four Mile houne, on tho MMon
I road, Jennlo White neelduntally ills
j charged u Hhot-giin, and blow tho whole
top of her head oil". Sho playfully
I picked tip the gun, naylnt; sho wanled to
' be 11 nmn.
A On.Ndil (inniti,
I Sax I'iianci.hco, Nov. ft. Fifteen Ihou
sand pcoplo wltticp.cdllio baneball kiiimo
lietween (he AmurlcaH and ChlcngoH yen-
' tcnlay. It wus very much u ono-sldcd
victory lor Hie AinerlcuH, tlie neons beltit;
nkcd for wuh iLMH.-.N-n. 1 ,lorJ
for mtrvicoH an riuht of WUV nirnnl urn ,0
for lumoer and MUppllcn furnished ut A Id-, niary Humed.
time of conHtriiclloit of tho ubove mad. OonniKY, III., Nov, 6. Tho Montlecllo
rortland lciiioeratH wound up the . I-adl'M Seminary burned yesterday. All
national cnmpulcn, ho far us this city Is j I'I'Hh ivcaoil. Tho loss is one hundred
concerned, with 11 big rally last night. It ' ml fifty thousand dollars; Insurance
was conducted umier 1110 misn ces ol Ilia soveiuynve inousunu.
Iroquow club and Tumumny society.
r uniuiiiilllcent street turnilu 11 croud
of ut least lftOO H!oplo conKreguted ut tho
Tubermido, whero the most enthusiastic
political meeting of tho campaign was
held. Splendid speeches were made by
Col. JSirenger, Uovenor l'onnover, Kx-
1 - t i.. i i ni ....
wuiuuui uiuiur uuu nun v. iiuiniau.
netting oh tho uationul event
lively in this city. Fully ten thousand
dollarH was put up yesterday
now even 011 1110
neiiKM'ratii'. ism l ivi nml niiiiu.v mm.
begging in l'orllutui, there is no doubt
utmut thnt. .Mr. (iiinst informed your
reporter yesterday that there wuh fci.OOO
in his bunds to lietoti Cloveland.aud that
1 he was not hatnin'ied by liiKtructious to
; make nothing less than $1,0(K) bets us
parties are who claim to havu so much
! Itepubllcuii monoy. "Ilritig mo 0110 of
tlioso lullows, wlio profess to liuvo 'J.tHK)
A Tltlr TO THE COAI. ItKdIONH.
Ail Knit OrpRiinliiii ltrirmrnltlvr Vl.lt.
thi Itrclnui oM'tmt, unit OltriH LrnRthy
Ur.rrlilliiu of lilt Trat'li and Kiirl.
I rncM-Wlmt tho futurx May Hrln
I Friduv lnornlm;. a nuitv couslstim; of
liumiun, U. J,
',. iTiuay morning, a paity
Is Htlll I Htlllmun. Charles 6
' V. 1 Carlson, und un Kast Oiik
... sentative, untied thetuKelv
ven oil the general result, $100 to ! "'j.K'" und u rig, unit proceeded li
mt California will go ltepubllcati, , lu' .'"T' iJn..of ,1,M ,ronl ,I,lmH
lKJlo$8.) that .Sew- York will go '"V,"1 i0' "i ""n ?nuk' H0I" f"rl"llv'
ratle. Hut Cleveland money kocs '"I ch from l'endleton.
At Ivuht tho ulsjvo were the mttnrs of
incuilierM of tho parly in evcryilny llfoj
but on this trip they were known hy dif
feient 'cosnomens." Slillmati became
tho roct of tho party, and wuh dublied
"ShakesiH'aro," 11 title which he fully
earned by going Into elegant und elo
quent rhapsodies over everything which
could servo as u stimulus for his ioetle
Great Slaughter of Goods !
FOB 30 DAYS YET,
STW I Itlrilsm,' mony' w llh thom, . "IV"'!?". 'l''
nun vii in, iiu uurui j inn iihiiiu i iij-
liveriug it series of lectures on tho dlller
eut formu'lons, burned und iinbtirncd
districts, volcanic upheavals, etc., evi
denced in tho country us tho party passed
along. Carlson was the "weather
prophet" of thu expedition, und wuh al
ways predicting 11 ceasing ol tho tuln and
a rising nl the log, with 11 patient
AT 25 PER CENT. LESS THAN COST
The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoes, A fine
lot of Men's Furnishing Goods; A large
stock of Harness, Saddles and Blankets.
Fine lot of Rubber Goods below cost.
COME AND GET BARGAINS AT MY STORE.
thine less than 1.000' string 011 it. und 1
will guarantee to make him take water
.Miss l.lr.zie Anuandale. 0110 of tho
iirituu donnas of the lCinina Abbott 0era
'ompuiiy.mado herself dear to the teleg
raphers of America during thu great
sttikoof 1KK.1 by turning over to tho re
lief committee of the llrothcrhood of op
erators tho proceeds of a concert which
she gave, amounting
once, which was oulv equalled on tho
.1 .1... ,1 ' t, I.I.
,,. ! iuui .I...I I.... ' ill"' iiav ui uiu nip uy uiu lai'iiuy nun
for "'yncii.M '!!'.'.! !
tli.il lln.11 MUrf Aiiiiiinil,.!., Im.m '""" imsuiii inn iiiuuiiik.
been held in grateful
brunco by oraton lu every nook and
corner ol tho I lilted States, and has re
Hut tho li.
O. representative must not bu forgotten.
, He wuh called "Doctor ("lurk," und tho
1 name stuck to him during tho whole Jour-
.W.I....I U..l.u,....ll..l I..I ....U ..I il.,,1. ii''.
vi;,.vu iiii.ur ni,uriii,iii,, ,,iv,in v, .Mull , . ,. , ,, t ,
appreciation. At tho mutinoo vesterday, 1 In fact, it wuh it Jolly crowd, und (h
during the piiHlm tioti of "Alurtlia," u ' mom h? turned ;every iucUU'tit of the
uuignlllcent lloral pieco was presented to . rl, bright or dark, into 11 meaiiHfor on:
.Miss .Mimiiiilale lv tho gruteltil oiierutorMi Jo
(.f HiIm i-itv Tin, iI..k!imi wiu. iiiitniii, nrlif. The Journey from rendletou thrnueh
Inul und vorv bountiful. Iliii u lloral 1 1'Hot Hook to Nyo ixistolllco wuh made
representation of 11 tcleuranh nolo, ulnjut . without Iiiclilont, Have tho disagreeable
four feet high, constructed of white crys-1 m " drUxlin
liiillintiilliiiii. fli'itr Hmlim nf tin. mill, uiu . to bo U tOWIt
u horse shoe of lovely pink and white postolllco, grocery stori.
CroSHUriUH 1 t-uiui'iuoi iiiiu one 1'iiiiui
roses, and deninditig from tho
I one of u drizzling tain. Nyo wuh found
"town" which consisted of a
and hotel, ull
ug. it has tno
B. C. & E. M. WHEELER,
were tho llgures in liellotroH, "1.1,
which, with oiorutorH.!s''iiccopt our com
plImen'H." Thu base which supjiortcd tho
iwiln uim nf tfu riiM-n unit miiiIIuy. Ill wlileh
PENDLETON, OREGON. , wuh neutlv worked with diirerent colored
flowerri tho lotterri "1. )." Portland of-
.lice. Just us .Miss Annundulu was alwut
to rcsond to un encoro, the trlbutu wus
pushed upon tho stujze. Tho prinn donna
stcpd close, up to tho box ut tho right,
where w ere seated a number of operator,
nulled sweetly, bowed in grateful no
kuowlcdremcnt, gazed u moment 011 tho
beautiful gift, and procoeded with tho jKsr-formanco.
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A Cotnpletfl Stock of Furniture und Carjwts.
Our Stock Covers 6,000 Feet of Flooring.
fJOODS SOU) ON KASY PAYMENTS.
E. O. and El. M. WHEELER
riria.n Man Klllaxl. aad )Ur. Katally In.
litit'ic Hvk.v, l'a., Nov. ft. An explo
lon occurred lust night in tho Kettle
Coal Compunv'H mine, three inilos west
otthidclty. The explosion occurred in a
now drift,' iu which twenty pereoim wuro
at work. Aa soon us possible after the
explosion, the mine was entered, und fif
teen dead bodies wera taken out. Four other
men were badly Injured, and have been
since found, one of whom has died.
Others are likely to die. The force of thu
explosion Is shown in thu fact that bodies
were blown clear out of the mouth of the
8UCCCESS0RS TO FORBES WHEELER,
W. J. VAN SOHUYVER & CO.
"Wine and Spirit Merchants,
63 FRONT ST. - - PORTLAND, OREGON
Holla 1'artlrs Halloing u VINary-Tba
tluiataa of l-aadlna; l'(r.
honor of belni; named for one of IVnillo
ton's prominent citizens. A, W Nye, und
also tho futhur distinction of being tho
only place of that namu lu the whole
United States. Hero tho party sloped
for dinner, and were corilluliy welcomed
by .Mr. und .Mrs. II. C. Wright. Tho
K. O. representative wuh Introduced us
"Doctor Clark." und tho good houso-
wlfo was told that tho doctor wuh going
to .Mountain valley to see u patient, ana
was iu very much of u hurry for his
dinner. Tho ruso wan u successful, and
tho meal, a splendid one, by tho way,
wuh soon forthcoming. The doctor wuh
assigned to tho head of tho table, und
Heated with utmost deference und court
esy by tho host and hostess, who
evluce'dun uiixIouh desiru to Kuril tho
uumo of tho patiout ho Intondod to visit ;
but tho doctor for many reasons wuh un
able to satisfy their curiosity. He in ull
re.ectH, however, conducted himself in
a maimer Incoming an uxjierloncud phy
sician who hud a reputation to huhIuIii,
and was thereafter introduced as "Doctor
Clark" ut every place visited, to give
tono und Importance to tho purty und its
members, and indeed the doctor needed
only such a tiUe to become a very distinguished-looking
leaving Nye, tho trip was through a
succession of hills and valleys and can
yons, some of tho land on what is known
m tho "Kldge" being an level iu u bil
liard table, aud seemingly suited for all
purposes of husbandry. Stock und
sheep-raising were of course tl main
CYRUS NOBLE BOURBON AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHUTZ RB RE WING
CO. (Milwaukee. Wis.) EX PORT PILSNER BOTTIEOBEER. ARCA
DIAN SPRING MINERAL WATER, (Waukensaw, Wis.) VEURE CLI
QU0TP0NSARD NCHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Label.) ju23dBw3m
"Alexander & Frazer,
Clothing, Hats, Caps. Dress and
Eamilv Groceries a Specialty.
.r h nr CHARGE.
GOODS Dtl-I"inaiw rr.-- w. 1KV,U.T0S( oitBOON
KANciAtf.Nov.ft.-Comparatively :i"'7uIt f "- the region Jisllcd,
I this Is the eve before' election. , W Mrlctilluw in tho background. Tho
""" "., ' . ... . .. . In viirlonu liiuii'li-urAMM. fiimi-il for itx mi.
trilloim qualities, was uotlceuhlo for Its
ubsence on unfeuced ranges, the cuttle
man's enemy, tho sheep, having cropped
tho grasses down to nothingness, and
kept them there. Oncu in u while, on a
piece of pasture stoutly fenced, tho
bunch-grass would loom up with a faint
portion of its former attractiveness, but
such places wero few und fur betwt-ou.
After pausing over u succession of
ridges und valleys, assailed tho whllu by
Advances from different parts of thu
stuto are to the effect that the campaign
virtually ended last night with large pub
ItepreseutativeH of lwth parties have
given estimates of the result, und both
claim it bun u largo majorities. The
Chronicle estimates Hurrison'H plurality
at 10,000. Tho F.xttininer prints an esti
mate gathered by correspondentH, and
savHtho Democratic plurality w ill bo '.'(Klft,
A HOKItllll.K CltlMi:.
which was reiieated quite often, tho old
gentleman came out victorious, however,
although tho oxxrt struggled nobly and
uciptltted himself admirably. It wuh a
very pleasant evening, and one which
will be long remembered by thosa who
participated in tho Jesting, laughter,
mirth ami Jollity. .Many of the storied
told would bo well worthy of preserva
tion, should spuco permit.
Morning oencd, bright, frosty and
clear, in marked contrast to tho drizzling,
disagreeable ruin uf the previous day.
Tho bracing muuntuln air Imparted an
exhilaration to thu helm: and Oiled the
soul witli cheerfulness. After break fast
tho purty proceeded toward tho objective
point of thu trip, tho coal regions.
All tho previous day tho expert, ami
indeed, overv one. hud been watchinir
uie lorinatton 01 inn country, ami the
quality of thu rock visiblu along thu route.
It was noticed that it was evidently u
"burnt" formation, healed in itgcri past,
until tho locks, formerly sandstone. tc
I'limu cracked und broken. It was now
observed that tho fcuthrcH of tho country
had entirely chunged on entering .Moun
tain Valley. Hero und (hero were dis
covered moiiMcr ledges of Hiudstone,
iu its oriuiuul state, und tlm presencu of
slate in large quantities underneath the
soil liccumu another evidence that the
soil und lis contents had not lieen burned
by volcanic eruptions. This, uceordlnit
to the expert, was an indication of coul,
an opinion Isimo out bv that of other
licrsoiiH who have vIhII-mI that rcalon. In
cluding it geological sharp sent out by tlm
government. His suylugs are well re-
momhered by thu teoplu of Mountain
valley, who ate much Interested In the
i no old White sawmill was soon
reached, und a short distance from here
wuh the coul claim nf tho Carlson broth
ers. A. prosiH-ct hole had been oxca-
vuted hero, uncovorimr it well-dollned
coal blossom aud also several veins of
the black diamond, three or four inchoi
thick, eomposed of it black muss, seem
ingly sparkling und pure, but crumbling
at tho touch. It was pronounced by the
cxoit to li u good quality for it "blos
som," and led lilm to MIovo that coal in
considerable quantities might bo discov
ered u dlstancu beneath tho surface, and
undurlying Hirtinns of tho whole un
burned district. This could only lie
proven, however, by excavating or dill
ling Into the soil.
From hero thu party visited the mine
of thu Umatilla County Coal Company,
four or live miles further back Into the
moiint'ilns, und situated iu it heavily
thulioruil country. At one place along
tho road. In u little L'lllch. u small It-dim
of good-looking coal croiied from the
mountain side, und other evidence of
tho presoncu of tho black diamond
worn not wanting. The mlno wan
reached after u trip through the thick
finest, thu beauty of whoso splendid
trees called foith inuny expressions of
iinlsiuuiled admiration from tho poet,
which indeed were not without founda
tion. While the glory of spring, with Its
fresh gren grass, forest (lowers of Innu
merable variety, und vurduio-curitcd
earth, hud tlowu, there was left in Its
place thu solemn, mystic grandeur of a
forest lu uutiimn; und tho tamarack
trees, with their goldeu-hued verdure,
wuru not without u curtain beauty ulso.
The mlno consisted of it log cabin,
un unworked tunnel, tilled with water,
stretchlug some 1I!0 feet into tho depths
nf an over-towering hill, und u windlass
und drill. The latter has lately been in
oiKiratlou, und with it, about thirty feet
Ix-lowtho surfuco, u thick vein of coal had
Ix'fln struck, ItH width, however, being
iiuosccrtalnublo by tho mcuns employed.
It Is tielluved to be the Intention of the
compuny to sink u shutt Into thrH vein,
by which means Its oxtensivenesHcan bo
fully discovered. Tho tunnel hwro is not
the only una in thu ucighlorhood, there
being two or three more scuttered among
tho gulches, showing that tho country
had iM-i-it examined considerably by coal
hunters, lu ouch euso it wuh learned
that the workers uroartlicd a very small,
vein ut tho start, and that it widened
gradually on being followed Into the
mountain aide, although tho tunnels were
luvuriubly discontinued befnro coal was
found iu paying quantities, That of the
company, tho longest one driven, was
sturtod with a three-inch vein, which
widened bv decrees Into eighteen Inches
of solid coal lieforu oiratiouM ccatud.
after one hundred and thirty feot hau
All tliluiM cmsldcred. It scorns that
there Is coal in unknown quantities, scat
tered In thu reuiou visited. If it can bn
shown that tho black diamond is present
iu extensile quantities railroad tupping
thut region is not tin Improbability of tho
future. And coul would not bo tho coun
try's only ienourco to Ui doveloed by
thu iron horse, Tho innumerable sand
stone bulges found among thu hills would
make the llnest quarries in tho worlk.
A Ilrun I., n Man Kill III-WIT- While
line I p wllll a llrail Clillil.
I'irrsBLT.o, Nov, ft. Thomas Kuno fa
tully stubliod his wife yesterday. Tho
woman wuh sitting mi with u dead
child. Kane, who had l-een drinking
heavilv, camo Into tho room und accuml
her of laughing. Sho denied tho accu
sation, but without fuilher urgument ho
drew a knifo und thrust it into her ubdo
inen. A )lurder Xruri'aaadriia.
Iin Asori.KS, Nov. ft. A young Itul
lun was shot dead in Sycamore canyon
last night neur Pasadena. Two young
men named Cashlu und Smith uro under
urreet for tho deed, lho trouldo aroso
about hunting on privato grounds.
u ceaseless ruin, i)melmeMiniltov olent, i,,,m(,ntio sIuIm of solid stono could
)hoxiK-ditIon it-achud Mountain Valley 'easily unearthed for building purioHeH,
nnilrust. land iho supply would Ihj practlcubly in-
It wuh now neating night, und llio xhaustible. Tho timber, too, which is
paitv found Mipr und Indescribable tf uphmdld quality, und would ulso bo
comfort after tho trip through tho rain ut j found lu tilmiit Inexhaustible quantities,
tho houso of Mr. J. 8. (Jurdano in tlie would Iw another consiileratlon. It is
lauio rotts, a nospituiuo 0111 gentiemuii ullkoto muny unother region which only
, of whom thu country furulshoH tho only
type. After supi-or, tho uvening wuh
spent iu story-telling, iu which accom
plishment thu host wuh un adept. Ho
huil been u soldier, u sailor, u trupix-r,
' and a hunter, during his career, and hud
many und varied ox-rlences to relate.
Chapman was tho only, one In the party
who couiu iiom a canuio toinuoiugen
needs u railroad to oIhiii its resources.
Well, having served its pnrioso, tlio
party of pro mc tors went hoinii thu way
the came, to dream of tho not improbable
posaihilitleu of tho future In tho way of
extensive tail minus, magnificent luin-la-r
Holds und colossal stouo quarries, ull
trlbiiturv la I'l-iidlntoii. and lxjlind to tho
metroo'lls of llustern Oiegon by parallol
tleman in elating unecdoteH. Tho iurB ( 8tt.0i , K-rving aa a ruco-courso for
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, Chapman wuh compelled to tuko up tho lnuy bouio day lw realized.