East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, November 12, 1888, Image 1

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PENDLETON. UMATILLA CO., OREGON. MONDAY," NOVEMBER 12, 1888.
NO 216..
1 I f r "HHHHB as. . ruBLianinu ww.,
, 1 . I'andl.tmi ... Oregon.
.nut' 1.(1 X1K .NO 'irj.'-ii U. O. r
.iJ-ry Monday night lit Odd rl
,11. r. M.Hovi,r.cm:r
TO-DAY'S TELEGRAMS,
TIIK I.O.NDON HVSTKHV.
AIHH'T TIIK COAL MINK.
PLKION
ft
una
I II AlTKIt NCI. SI. It A. Mk i
u J!. Hi Ihv Mnminlo 'fen.ple uii lli-
,nJ llti Friday .if 'Hch'nmiitli'.Ht 7i-fl
J, r. IIUHIIBK. ll. i-.i r. ,r, uii iiij
I-V7IK WtKJK NO. IW. A. . A A. M.
umukii the Mcuml and fourth Mon
...ru month, at 7130 o'clock. II. ,1.
' W u u K. INrrwiNK. Hecretnrr.
HDLKtfM LOWIR NO. U, A. I-'. A A.M. ,
UMtln inn ata.uu.iu Aeunnr tin un
tit third Monday., of rnrli month at '
"aIoMKNO. H4.A.O. IJ. , W. M.eH, (
UVM1VU
ild & Bean
' I'arllaiitrnt taml tha l're Arrtutrd br thr
lj.tr Munlrr r Aiiothrr Woman-- No Ho.
litllon totti. If orrlbta TraKdla.
London, Nov. 10. In Iho Commons
to tlnv Convbcare nuked the nuontion
I t..l.nll.... II It ..... . A-.. . . .1 . .
Han Fiia.-sc sco, NovomlM'r lll.-Uheut . nmn tm(j j,, ,nrtiert.,i i ,on,ion.(S0n
Ititni; imyer thu year, l.lKl.ij: Noveml,oi , cral Wurrcn, chief ot the motroolitaii
i.e.; ix-cnnwer, ii.ihiv ; timer the con-1 ponce, ought not to Do ntiporitcdcal hy nn
TUB WIIKAV MAIIKKT.
! Dull at Nu V'anrl.ro-Staady at C'liliag.
llull at l.lrr,o..l, nnl urt at Nuw
York.
Hon,
Ciiicacio, .Nov. 10. Tin.' wheal market
opened nteady to tlay. hovcmbcr I1.14J,,
Uecciiiboral.loj,, Muy $1.17?,
ket
IVfrr nil Uni J nrni hi, HtnMi fiwn,
0. r. .Mrtw on iimi nrciirm hum iam
KKWltr( v w.iMnnwitiivi iur(
LINK ItKHKlICA IXJIKJK No. 1.1. I. O.
HI, Jlii-M uii' iitri nun mini jniirt.
nir.iii mini....
AHMONY MJIKIU NO. C, K. (JK I'.
MftHliMhld Ki'lltiwV Hull rveryTuc.
i.. tit 7!1A nf Iim'L . .1. I l.aAuititv
OS IfllHIM NO. i. K. OK P. Mm in lii
IJ fVHori' f (nil "very WodfuxUy
rat JiSII o'clock. M. AloilKIIK.iii. i
H.h.UARKtKl.1), K. of 1!. mill H.
' CAI1.SON 'COHT. (I. A. It.. hii .-Ih hi i
Whcrlrr't Iliillt'Vtirr Thurinliiy iilulit.
WACKi.r, t:rtini:iiil t-c: J, h. IIowkm.
cUnl. I
A'lTOKNKVfi.
nfjil Ijiw. HimiiiN iNHtiil III, Ak.ocln
Block, I'l'iKlltton, OrcKnn.
IJ!. Omr ItlHIIII Nil. II. AiMnrlii.
Klufk, IViiillcton, OrKiiu.
tl.Uw, illlrc -Kikiiiik 1, 1', 3 inn) I A-
ti Uw. t'outnit N. A mill , AM.du.
Rlovr. IVii'lletnn. Orcniii.
J. ION. ATTOUNKY AT LAW. I
(imn'l-)lMlli Hlrl. in Tlif.in ,..
DKAIjMKS in-
General Merchandise.
Main and Alta Sts.
ottlcur iicciiHlomed to lavcsticuto rrlnio
Tlio HH'aker Haul that u uotico muFt tu
kIvi'ii of the niiKNllon, und It Nhouhl ho
put in writing, sir Chuf en Yi arrcn un
nounued frcotmrdon to itnv arcoinnlictt ot
Nkw Yoiic Niiv. lO.TIm ulumi 'o iiiuruoror oi iho itwi victim ol the
.-. i... .... . ..... hut end, whu will iiivo liifomiutlon lead
, nw-i uruuY. .luvcunirr, ai.ia: u.. , it... n..nt..... H... n-.t i ...
iromiwr. fi.ia itKktvi; juy, 11.10'i. Inforumtlon mIiowb tluit the inurdctcd
lJVKKMioL, Nov. 10. Wheat dull : I woman wan u nutlvo of Mmoriek, who
tHllfornla wheat Is quoted ut 8s. ajtfrf.
j A llltKIT HINTKU ArOltM.
Ilr Know ami C11I1I WV.tlhrr In thm Can
! 4lan I'lurlnrrK Hrtrrul Virl In III,.
lro4, amla Niimlirr f l.lr. I.uat.
, (JrniiKf, Nov. 10.- , niiowhloriii which
has M'ldoiu Irvii t-ttiultctl wt In hott
t TliurMl.u afU-rniMin, und continued until
noou i'luriiay. U ottended over Ihe
whole of iucl.wwnd llio Mnratlmo nmv-
1MCCH. I Uii ami U-liall fevt of HIIOW f( Cliarioxl Willi Cntnpllrltr In an AtUtuiit
niOllH 1110 lower M. l.ltUIVIU'O mill it in, at lllnrkmnll.
leareit inero la a nrco Ioh of mon1 Sas- Kmam iki-o i,v n -.ij.a ti.,.n
I iunoii( imiiurmejt on noiit nnoniK ol llm one wiik uuo, W. W. Knott wan iihhIhI
piiii At Aiiiiitiif it iiiiuIkt lailfii Huliinj- uiit dUlrict uttoriiiiv In UiIh city. Thin
! nut w iiHioni und the nuw were up hi .ininrnoon ho wuh lirruHlcd and lukcn to
tho rlpKinca II iiiulit They went remued the tounty Jail, hamlciiuVd, with two
un irio mornini! iwuiy iroft iiltton. (Jno ; other men. Knott wn ono of the jnt
of lliutn Vitliuot Hlirvivo. Tlio htcamcr hoiih Imllrlwl hv thn i-ninil InrC vmh.r.
laliim. In iilU-mplinK to run up tho uay for complicity with 1'olnoni, (Ireon
.norlli .Sunlnaw, wuh conipelled to i.ut'und Wild In an attempt to hlackmall
Iiitolrlulty liny, whoro tho ilr.tcKed her i .Mo.. A. Dehovo through tliucolumnA of
, nciiorH aim wont ahhoro on tin loekN. ' tlio weekly p:ixr called thu KnterprlHc,
, inn ..iiiiuiii m iuihiiii-ii orownni. inooi which ii ih Ham ne ih pari owner,
.Steamer .Montreal left hero for iMontreal (ireer and Wild worn ltrrraloil Tlnirmluv
! riiurwlay : iilajtt with two paM.onerH. and ' niulil, and Knott wan taken Into cimtody
mm not U'Cil neaiil irom fluri). I lum lo iluv. II tlm Ion nnv ermiieelloii Willi
inlamtcd to Walen. whore hIio married
u man named Collier, who wuh killed lit'
. un oxploHion. After herhunbaud'H death
Him came to ljiidoii. All tlio mornint,
pa)icru contain ionKiieeountH ol tlio new
I tragedy, all much contradicting each
I other In the factx. They huvo uIno loin;
editorlulrt, the Stuudard Ix.'Iiil' frieuillv to
tlio illicit.
W. W. KNOTT AllltKNrKtl.
Great Slaughter of Goods!
ItluioiiKkl, the hint jiulf Hlullou on Iho
Internatlomil railway, comex a ntury that
u INhliii; ciniiek with llueo men alMMrd
wuh loot, Telei,'riih wiren are tlbwn, I
niul tnilnn nro delayed hy the hiiow.
I'IKIITT HOtlNO NA1.M.IN I'ACK.
the hH'al nunor or ItHOwncrH.fiirtliur than
that of boiiiK their nttornov, and HayH ho
will Ik! able to oMabliidi hm IntUH'cncn in
court. Hall wuh net in the ciiho of each
of themimen in the ciiin of fltOOO.
W. II. flrlrher Makr. a Htat.nirnt la Am.
rrtu Nnmrrtiut InqalrU..
To the Killlor of the Kaot OrrnonUn.
Many iiuentioiiH hnve Won asked
relative to the Umatilla County Compa
ny'ncoal tuluo; whore it is, what it inland
what uinount of work had been done, and
thin, together with n Htatcment made by
your rcprcHcututlvo, who claJmn to hara
vlxited Ihe mine, that it confuted of
"log cabin, an un worked tunnel, und a
drilhhole," leadn mo to niako tho follow
ing statement: The mino iHKltuated at
the head 'watern of Hotter creek, about
fortynU m lies hoiiiIi from 1'endleton.
The foruiatlou of the country in sand
Btono, alato, Hoapntonc, and free clay. A
tatter formation for coal caunot exlrt.
Tho company'H hooka ahow un expend
iture from thn flrnt wotkiugri to the pre
enltimeof 4'J00.
Thn dnvoloiimcntH are an followrt: A
tunnel, (1x0. K'd feet in length, well tim
bered. iiltchliiL' ut an ancle of twenty
degreeH, and ehowiug u vein ot coal aver
aging three feet In tlilcknenn the whole
leuutltof tho tiimiul. There are nlacoa
In thu tunnel which hIiow the vein to be
over five foot In thlckncHH. Thoouatlty
of coal Ih good for heating or Hteatn pur
IK)hck. It wan nronounreil ut Iho Me-
chaiiica' I'alr itt Portland, wheru a nuan
tlty of coal'waH an exhibition, to fio of
uh g(Ml iia1ity an nnv then on exhibition.
ItiMViitle. ii ilrlll niiH Hlitrliwl with a
view of llndliiir it Hccond vein of coul, A
four-inch holu wan nut down, und at thn
depth of Ihlrty-ouo feet Mow thn Unit
vein, u Hccond vein muh diHcovorod.
meaHiirlng flfty-ono Inchen from top to
bottom. Tho coal I of lictter duality
than thu llrHt vein,
Ihecomtiatiy Ih nuw nutting down a
work I n it nhafl. Ilxll feet, for tho tmriMMo
of taking out coal. .Men will I kept al
work itt tlio mine all winter.
. H. I'l.KTCiout, Manager.
FOR 30 DAYS YET,
iW. i
I I
i a mino.':. ATroitNiiYH at i
'Wrnvr Klrl Nailonol llHnk, I'wi
Mil TCIIKU.AlTOlt.VKY AT UUV.
i IXntfrvlllf. Ort-nun. Will riirili-H
vuru ur iirt'k'iin umi .vmhuiiiuIihi. i...
. tl..tt.ft . MW. .......... .
LlW. Kruillk. !lllliil A nf tl.M II h!u.l
IU" lau lllliir. rtirliHri.r tluln un.l W..I.I.
Uw, IVn llHiin.OrrKon totoiim H unil
AT 25 PER GENT. LESS THAN GQST
Nearly 'I.I.OOK' 'fm, t It. Mrgrtl on Itoi .
, rl.
rk.tti.i:, ftov. !. .iiio Minion neiiKon
on I'ugi't Sound Ih now alwiit closed, 'i'o
morrow morning tho Seattle Trado .lour-
1 mil will imbliHh a nummary of thu
NKWM KltOM lilll.N'A,
Mtraiiivn t'aiiKhl lit u Tyhunn-Clinlrra
Ahatlug A I'al.a lltpurl,
Rn FiiANuinco, Nov. 10. Tho htoamur
Oceanic, junt ni rived from Hong Koni
briugn tlio following uowh: riioloru
AN AOCIIIKNT.
A raianacar Narrowly l-Urapii. Ilr.lru.
linn, anil Hat III. Itlglit Hand :ruhrrf.
l.ant Katurday night, nhortly after oho
o'clock, an thu i'ltriuingtou paHHcngerwaa
making preparatlonn lor lln departure up
tho branch, an old gentleman iiuinad
Henry I.. ItrookH wuh thu victim of u din-
trending accident, and came near lonlng
bin life. He wan bound for Ury Creek,
und wuh iloubtleHM ufruld of In'lug left.
.H.hiln'Kll. luiv .iri.vv ivnui i.
fu. li-l.ii. Orii.-nii. I'l.n
IW.A. y Itliimtiw Mirr i.iMi vuum
M Tmm Iii r nf ClirUllun H- u-nrn
Mt'Il(Oi K.M'M hi rlltllMHll. Mini
C !. I'oi.tnliuili.i. iti..,.
MHlKWllt.fi, fllYKKMA.N A SI) HUH-
Ilfl .11. HA I. ..... .
LJ. U Itt I Lt t . a. - a....
kI' " nil, III I fllJiAn A.JI
rjhm. urnrrl -Out MiHirliuiiHH a
a'liir. Ifl11ltl tir JiUlllaf ill Mil I
I i l't k. . . . . .
Ua.i ' " r r- m roll
nriir i.iiiirL uiiattti. i.ifiiiAA
nrotinffa..! i. tuiu..i... ... mi
. "iTrini utirimon tfiveti in ma
DKNTISTH.
D tin..... .
it.'jr'jriK, IIKNT18T. (I AH AOMIN-
wt umrrl -Main HIrrut.lnTlminn.
" noiwiDr. l'rtidlftiin, Oregon.
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.
James Wheelan,
COURT STREET.
i,
In
r-i I.. Ill. I 'PI... - a I... I
?i. ".WZl.r'm' . ."J'iresldenrfl of tho Ainerlean Mlnllr nt wtt" '' !'Mg. the HIUIII track.
'narked Hiob t Huiked by Chlneno J'M the train, In the i-rocenn ol making
patKeiiHiuucaneHolH.ilmonunl.'OO bar- , I,-,...,,.- t.,,.,1..,. ,... ,ir ('i,i,lr.K l thu reipi red number of cam, waH
elso HaltHalmon; F. Tuttle l'o. MoM b.teklng'U!..' The old genllohiun, U
K"z .: . v. .r". " i o.naha in now ut shanghai. . l,t,ur '."""f. u",vi,r,.lo ,,lm-
nor mo noino oi inn iiiovinc train, no
packed 27000
Fivo Mllu
canen: Klikwooil ,V Lo..
Itock.uro Htlll tiackim;: tlnin
I lar nioy navo ranncii itiHiut oiHl canen.
j'fho totul iiack for the xcumiu Ih -4,-tUO,
i being by far Iho largent pack over made
. on l'ugut Sound.
ThuHteamor Kllduro. while on her way
from Hong Kong to Juvu, w ith u cargo of
HUgar, wan wrecked Uctober lOtlt, In a
typhon. and lour ol the crew drowned
Tlio nleainer Junluta wun alno citught
thin typhoon, und wuh badly ukci! up.
in
OIIKAIII'lll. OINANTIllt.
MKCHANICS
HltT.r ' f AI.NTKK
niDl,r. Wflrk ItmmHIl
AND I'AI'KH
IIMMMH. .In.. . I uuwm
wliwlcr A Oreeiif.. on Court
'-..I'AttKKW,
Jl.lty. K-llnj
t'ONTUAWOH AMI
Orrgnu. touutrr
ruatf. nirnl)ifl on
V. IU'I'lfs,
iv"niiv"'ri.'l! " A vi
ri."'.'Bn iiioniDMiu alrwU. I'viiUIh.
. ;v.iiiit arilwr. ...II. I. ...I I nw......!..
till.
";w.i noiEH. III.AI'k-MMITII AND
. uw.. n .... . . t, .
lu inc i-.t ......n i ....
ii-rmn. I'.irllcuUr attention xlv-
EA
Hliin it i ' lUL r. liAIIUIA
""injitn MkilMi.- ii.....n..tn.. rwx.j
r UU V nia..i ..." ' " I.-'.-- .V
AQK
irMnn
n ..'nroliliwl on .hort notice. Ordoni
- nn.ni ... .n. .
Pintng a iclaUy.
'"JAM WU.K1.NKON. I'ltACTIL'AI.
aSt'!'.1. "elc iiuil ChroiiomeUr Ma-
toil "'"vf hraiirhen. Alt wnrk
".WinULIImrnii
' rvr.n.. . .
Hittn .r TONK AMI IIIIIC'K
FURNITURECARPETS
B. C. & E. M. WHEELER,
-ni.Al.KKS IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS. SHADES, MATTINGS, ETO.
A CVimplet Stock of Furniture and Can-.-
Stock Covers 5,000 Feet of Flooring.
PENDLETON, OREGON lAmiiiirr miu i:i,.io.imi n, wuici. hi
- I I.Ur. Ara lri.l.
I'lTTriML'iiti, KaunuH, Nov. 10. Tho
inont dreadful dlnititter In thu hlntory of
KitunaH occurred atQ o'clock thin uveu
ing, When thu men were preparing to
le.ive oil their work ut nlmft No. 'J ut
I'rontenuc, a nuburb of l'lttnlmrg, it ten i
hle oxploiilon wan hoard that nliook tho
earth for u, great illxtunai und wunplelel v
Hhutlerred thu nlmft. On luventlgatlon ft
wan found I hut 100 men w eru In thu initio
ut tho timu of the explosion, being ML
feet Udow Ihe HUtfuco. It in Hlniocl cer
tain that all uro dead.
Till: III.IZ7.AUD IIIISINKHH IIKOUN.
itatarvNIorni. In Kfierl AVr.l.rn Slat..
Much I.uat uf I'mparly.
Ciiioaiio. Nov. 10. A terrlblo hliz-
Kurd Ih raging thin morning in lowu,
iHCOUHln, und .NetiruHka, pront rating tel
egraph wlreH, and iinH'ding tralnn.
SKVMot'it, lnd Nnv. 10. It Iiuh rained
hero Hteadily for forty-eight bourn. The
White und Muncututuck rlverM huvo over
flow ed. fund low -lying lundn are Inuii-
dated. Murh llvo ntock have len
drowned, and thoiinandn of buHheln of
corn have lcen Hwept away, and thou-
jnandH moroure endauisered.
A OIIKAT IIATTI.i: I.N TIIK NOI'llAN.
A HOItltlltl.l-: IIINCOVKIIT.
came very near Ijelng cruHheil to iloutlt,
hut Jimt In-foro he wan Htrurk by the train,
ho wuh daringly noUed by u brukoman
named Flunk IIIh and dragged iion
Ihe platform In time to Ik, naved from
death. Ah It wun, huwuer, IiIh right
hand fell under the wheel, und wuh ul
inont iiiukIiuiI to it lolly. He wan taken
In churgu by Ir. Vincent, who drewied
the wound uh In.nt ho could, und rent thn
iiutlent to tho Walla Walla honpltul. A
(urge iHirtton of bin hand will probably
hao to Im auiptitated.
Mr. linnikH, who in a renliieni ol iny
Creek, wun returning home with bin wlfo
irom it vlhlt to thu W'tllumcttu valley.
Tho calumity by which hu wuh overtaken
when ho nearly Home, ih io do regreiieu.
It Jh hurdiy to bo wondered at that
Homo one iiuh Ihcu luiureii ai I lie ren
dleton ileot. The tiiuklug up of tralnn
during thu night olfem dangormiH chuueca
for accident not from any negligence ot
train men, but from tho careleiinneaa of
the piinrtungerti themticlven.
Oui
HOODS SOI.fl ON KASY I'AY.MKNTS.
O. and K. M. WHBKLBR
8UCCCE880R8 TO FORBES WHEELER,
Tlit HuilUa of Klafan C'ltlldr.n I'imihiI al
the Outturn or.a.iu.crvnlr.
Momkkal, Nov, 10. A HiHicIal do
Hputth from St. Ambrono I.u Junnu
Iruurette nayn- ComilaIutH huvo Imtii
I ii ado concerning thu condition of the city
rexorvolr, and thu ituthoritiort have re
Holveil to empty the wnterworkn. The
t nr. L- unu 'iiiiinli.ti.il venlerdav unil tint
I remulnH of cloven children were discov
ered ut thn Ixittoui of tho reservoir In an
,., w.,. a hP.ri.ThT;..n r vntr... -vonrwl htato of taMon.
I Nrit rtprliiK to Ailnill Trrrllorl... '
Till" MaliiU'a Army llrouUnl Willi M !.
or.'IOOII Mn.
t'AiKo, Noy.lO. Seenty tlu'iinuiid
follovtcrH of tho Matidl uttacknl thu town
of Wadal, went ol Darfoor. Tho garri
Hon repulHfid thn annulluntH und killed
3000, but thu MahillV force uttacked
and capturtMl the town. The Sultana of
Wadal bun lied to Chuiri.
TIIK .cilllONItll.K'N" aovici;.
San Fkm'in(-ii. Nov. 10. Tlio Cltronl-'
I do Htiougly tirgen tho incoming prefddent Nn'
flra la Hmw Yark.
Yokk, Nov. 10. I'arnell, lllng-
! to call un extra mhoIoi. of the Fifiyflrat i liam A Co.'h paper Ihis factory and Hen
Sn, .. i... ii.., ..I.. Li, i... ! unit Jk Valonllno n lrook blm orvut Wortl
.Vtociatinu llullding
IVndJetou, Or. I
(Vngici-H immedlntelv uimii yU Jimugu- nett V valonilno'H Ihwi : nintlury ul ortlt
I .it... l1. - .1 . I .1 - I .. i ur.tt Ullfl MlUdlOII IMllI'M lltirilixl 111 111
rUtlOIl. IlJr IIIU HIK'llill IHiriMJMf III lUllllll niir . .... v .....,,vv.
Alexander & Frazer,
IlKAt.KllS IN
General Merchandise.
line Wellington und Dakota Terriloricn,
' und hearing Ihe cano of .Moulauu,
I A M NAUOHTKAMHIt Ht.SK.
Clothing, Hatt?, Caps, Dress and
jbancy uooas.
a
THamilv G-rocenes
GOODS DELIVERED FRtE OF .V?Hi.ffiwv
k Y' r.
TUr Farwiil llrr I'rr 1'lir.tmwil - A hhlp
1 Al.allop. IIuhii,
Jxjnimix, Nov. !). A tolegraut from
lluvrenUttH that thu (!uuard lino nteauier
Nunlii. cameinliicollinion thlrtv-nix milea i nit'lil
off tho LUaid, with Ihe (ieruiau nlilp ! tin. ru'rin
iTheotloio Ituger, ('apt. .Meyer, unil that Only 'Iiirve fihlnamni.
0,-x.;r, lxr ?, UV f. V'! '"!'.. ; SANl'UAMIhCO, .NOV. 10
rjuuvji'i't ujf aiii h crew nan i.tnueu ui mihiih:. "u,()co
. . . laio oi iiio re
morning ; loan 10.ri,000, fully Innured.
Thrnn men woru In lured, ono fatally, hv
Jumping from ii window.
Thr.a Mora lluillr. Ilarutarcd,
Kkciioti:)!, N. Y Nov. 10. Three
charred und mutilated IkhIIch weru taken
1 from tho rulim of tho Sleuni (Suugu uud
i Lantern Con.' worka thla iiiornlng. in ad
dition to the Ave Inxlien recovered lunt
Undoubtedly moro UHlien are in
IIN Tltl-
MIKOON
unknown.
i-nt and llurateaiiiet'a crow In j
N l uAM ihco, ov. 10. IhoHteumer mju rj
nlo arrived from I long Kong thin
. ... a . ... I in'tlll
inorniiig wiin lorty-oigiit iviimeso, only !0lght-iound girl.
Mnantaln Valley llama.
No whlnkv wan on 'hu uround. and no
betting or lighting occurred nlection day
at ltldpe.
Ihe htat two weekH' weather liaa been
chungubhi. with Homu ralu, hiiow, froat,
and Huuahlitn.
Hhetin mcu are buny moving their
flockn to winter rangen.
Mr. Yt in. IlobiiiHon ban aold hln place
on Advent flat to V. O. ilowman. and
will move with lilt family to the Snake
river country,
MIhji Annie Hemnegar, who ban been
very ill for the pant four wcekn, In slowly
recovering.
Mm, .Matlock and family will move to
I'cndleton thin week, to reside during the
coining winter.
' Our little vulley la Ix-comliig Homewhat
noted for rown, eioementH, uud nopara
lions. Two young men, Hill und Charley,
had a net-to it few da.VH ago, lit which
Churloydrowu weajRin, and floiirUhed
It around, but decided not to idioot uny
one. Two married men, Jim and O'eorgo,
Mint their better IhiIvch I .'ant, but a few
duya ago one of llioiu returned, und I
hear there wan u long war of words, which
ended In her returning I.ast with her
tie girl.
Horn, to thu wife of Andy Carloy, uu
a an.i . '"""'rani ireifon. loinu
7 '"'niimeiit netting. a apralully;
ll . PUrrlrrllltf. ill) klml. of MtniiH
kif5.vrk exncutml n.aiiiaMv. Ilul.
'Irwnnwif ivrr-tilirw
W. J. VAN SOHUYVER & CO.
"VVine and Spirit Merchants,
.r.tjT ct - - PORTLAND, OREGON
DO rnwn
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SALOONS, (nYRUS fjQQi BOURBON AND MEWmSKIES; JOS. SCHUTZ BREWING
iiun..." . ' :... ..... mi. CYPOMI FILTincn MUI ILCUPttMr nun
uV."vKAU..i'iiopmKTonoK' UU. (miiwaukee. r iU7-.V., uii.i iPHRP nLI
rOarU Uf Trailf..1 llrir Frit. in Ullll
till. ' 1 nuietou, Oregon. Kreder-
Klne Vlne.IJl-
ni u CD dim r: mi N PR A L WATER. (Waukensaw. Wis.) VEUKE UU
QUOTPOS (Yellow lM)
A rroiiiliieiil Jlan Turn. I'lirgi-r.
Ci.i.vi:i.m, dido, Nov. 10. .Major F.
II. Ilrigginn, chairman of tho Hepubllcun
'central itommilleo of thin coiintx, wuh
iinestctl to-dav for foniug numuroiiH
noten, on which ho hsciiiciI lietweeii
) fOiOO. und jrtkH) at dlilerent city lankn.
lie Wiin locked up at Iho central oIlce
ntutloii und confem-d bin guilt. IlUitr
rexthan cauwil it great Keiinatlou.
TO I " i; tol'lirut llir (ialluM..
)v AMit:i.i.n, Cal., Nov. 10. I'oIhoii
wuh fiitind last nL'liI on Iho irorHOit'of
AiiK lihiu. tho iniirilerer. who is to Ikj ! yenterday
juldw3w hunjuil next Friday. 'OO-l,
IIIK'4 Ol WllOllt UrO lor UllS City. I ... , U1.l .i iilliilnled ultl, llu. 'Mill.
"armim j l"tf. t horn" coal mlno, near hero, uud do not
HiiiiiOKiowr, Conn., Nov, 10. A tele-' Inillevo there Ih any coul tlieio, If any
gram from l.linu Hock, Conn., Hayas ouu wanta to Ini convinced that thera Ih,
Hon. Win. II. IJarnuiii la dying, lie hu lielter coino up hero in January, for
itnun liieiu will M) plenty ol coin i
inaku thin Htatoment for thu rcuxou that 1
uin opirofecil to putting in print Hiich tut-
cannot survive tint day,"
llrath or u Mrrclianl.
Ni:w Youk, Nov. 10. Win. Telll, of
Toirt, Weller A Co., ona of thu largest
drygomU houses in the country, died to
day. A I'lour Mlllllr.lruyrd.
Vim li t, Cal.. Nov. 10. Fox t Wil-(
4 - 'II IIMI, "VI'll V J ' rrf J ( I
Ixihh f 10,000 ; iiirturanco
terinir uccouuta for the nurinNU) of mukliii:
u few dollarn by selling u liolo in thu
ground, uud bringing luctt u distunco to
In) dlt)upoiutod. Km.
The School hoard ut I'ortluud havo re
ouented tho children attending tlio pub
. lie vchool to bo vaccinated.
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