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MJiS. VTTOltNKY AT LAW.
j falsely in .iri.r. in Tiiitiiiiwun.
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MINOIt. AlTDIlis'ia'K "atTIvw!
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r iuoiiiu aiimn of tli"KUHt Ore.
iioliaiuif, ruriirror MhIh wml AVrbb
u i wiiitk. attokxkyb'at
ild & Bean,
Main and Alta Sts.
Great Slaughter of Goods !
FOR 30 DAYS YET,
AT 25 PER CENT. LESS THAN COST
MITIXN AXM SlTHlIKflVS
, IllliTKII I'll VUII-M I V Vhuillt.
w r.tji, iiremiii. n'v'e y?irt ilixri
iamtirhMf praclli f.
. f HIUSIIIN, MKT A -Pll YHIC1AN
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1 I till 'yllHll tt rllMlll.lbllu.n u n .1
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41 IWh of coli lixiiith. Omcc-
tnud Hour uf Kiiii Oresonliin
W0M, IMIYMIC1A.S AMI SUH-
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tlHtv. Miruer of Jubuiinn una
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ftur Court htrett ItmlUriuN
twnutctHtby (rlitpliouo with VII
f llUttnl!ou ulvtn tu tho
"'mm huh niiiurrri.
SKATIK. IlKNTIRT. flAH AltUIM.
ff4 pnlrei Main HlrcvLlnThomiv.
- ' I -Win IT.I1 A.lll I'Al'ICIt
i?t Work ttmmnllr ilnnw. fj-Atu
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iflt lntlrtf l.nillnlnn AmiMII.
.''"'.""'ItKit. near Court tret.
jt,-". "i.y" u' nonce, urur
ii .,'Ti w,u receive nroinpi uen
:VU J "'KISSON. I'ltACTlCAl,
i.fA'00.1' C'lironomeler M
Jtil Jit.. ative liruuche All work
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The Largest Stock of Boots and Shoos, A flue
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.
E. C. & E. M. WHEELER.
-1) KALE US IN-
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETC.
A Complete Slock uf Furniture unit (,'arprttt.
Our Stock Covers 5,000 Feet of Flooring.
GOODS SOU) ON HA8Y UAYMKNTS.
E. O. and E. M. WHEELER
SUCCCIttOft TO FORBES WHEELER,
DUPIIAT, STONK AM) HIllCK
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V !",,,a"ieiit kettlniriia ipeclultyt
.J. Pla.terlnir, all kluU of moue
?uIk "uloi rettonblr. Hol
Mr.ii. T . ITUUe," IVir. MI.1U OII
joa druugtit. FlnoVinei,IJj-
Alexander & Frazer,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and
Eamily G-roceries a Specialty.
GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARCE.
MAIN TbSS? " . " . . PKNIUET(lf. tiUKOON
W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.
Wine and Spirit Merchan ts,
03.FR0NT ST, - - - PORTLAND, ORECON
PYHUS NOBLE SOURION AND RYE WHISKIES; JOS. SCHUTZ BREWING
CYRUS NDBLb i ""jj poRT pLSNER BOTTLEDBEER. ARCA-
D A Nlfs nVSJNE R A L W AT E R , (Waukensaw, Wis.) VEURE CLI
QUOTP oS$Asi MCHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Label.) d 3m
THH WHKAT KABKBT.
. glldlt4ylAUIlM Mrktu.
Six Kscuco, Marambtr Wheat
quiet; buyer the yeex,ll.61S ! buyer
thosouion, $1.71; Deeebr,$l.rH.
Chicaoo, Nor. It. The.whet,nittrket
( nlondy to-dajr. Daember $l.tJ, ;
January $1.11, May $1.14.
Niw Yoke, Not. 19. Tha wheat mar
kot waa firm to-day. Noraaber, $1 .(W j
Uecemler, I1.10K, Jaaaary $1.11 -e. .Mar
I.tvKiii-ooi Not. 19. Whtiiit dullj
California wheat ia quoted at Hn. 1VI
THK AOK OF TKDATn.
The llour Trut Order thatfour MIIUin
Sr. Vail, Minn., Nor. 19. Tlio un
pleuriaut unnounceraent li mdj lu-ro tliat
niuny Hour milla in tho Northwest mul
olttawlit-ie will cloaa down eliurtlv in
obedience to an order from the (lour
tritht. TIiIh Htuto of aflTairfl elinply iiicuuh
tuut tho uilllfl intend to make tlio rou
HiimurH pay ten dollars or moro (or a
liariol o( flour. Whoat haa bevn forii'd
to u oliit whoro it cannot bo tmulo Into
(lour it h profit, and aomethlnt; must lo
douo to cot tho millers out ol tin; holo
which thoy uro in. Flour from thu
iNoithweHt Ih hold at about tho xamu
prion It will hring in tho Atlantlu .tatori.
Tim ultuatloii promlaos to boiutoruHtliiK,
with tho (lour trust in full charge, on
dowiil with monopoliatlc pomt to lo
what I hoy plcuxo. j
tiii: iMit rii TitKMnr.K"'.
I i ",' Id I A l.l CrripoiUaniltri tlUUli of
Tk Xarth Trmbl latllfonilawl'ri(-' Itm-A Acclat-iM.
u.nt ci.r.Uad wui Ti.U th c.i I. ' Kciio, Oregon, Not. 17, 1888.
March-hrlff JtoM of Clttmp .ltlsa T. th. Hdlior t th Eul Ortf onlan
ik-i"HVf .-TTi Stockmen are complaining of tha
thrrlcrriutAT TD UolUr ..,,. ... iu1,.,-,'!!,!. t
v Hiawiai w mw iwuaui iuivi MJ"
ictber with the hard fronts wo are hating,
matee it uaro on niock. nut we sup-
i none,- since tua KepuDiicun uave tri
unipheu. tli atgu protective Uritr will
raise tha grass uutil it will be in abuad
nr. if lis movea lu a s new
house, which is quite an improTeiaent to
ir. J. it. Koonts is building quite a
large burn on his farm on llutternreek.
uy the way, the Kisr Oiiuooxux made
a mistake In one of Its locals. Mr.
Kuontr, and not Cor, is justice of Echo
Two of Mr. Itrassflcld'H children were
quite low with typhoid (over, but are re
(Julie a serious accident occurred last
Haturday. A Mr. Patton was purposing
10 go nomo, us was aix-onicu by Mr.
Duncan who invited him to have a seat
in his buggy. Itefore golni; homo they
drove to Mr. Sullivan's saloon, whore
Mr. Duncan got out aud Mr. Sullivan got
in She buggy. Tho horses soon lxeamo
unmanageable and run down Main
street toward tho railroad, throwing Mr.
Miiutuu out on .Main fit reel Air. ration
held tho line:, until thu buggy .struck the
rail toad track, overturning tho buggy and
tliiDwing Mr. l'attcu against one of tho
rails, smashing him up In a frightful
manner. Ills right arm was broken and
his tongue which waH neatly cut oil', hung
from his mouth. Dr. I'ortcr wnir called,
when ho had him handly removed to his
ollico and d reused his wounds and set his
arm. Dr. lucent, who had been sont
for to spirit Dr. I'orter, arrived too lato
to help dress the woiiiiiIh. Mr. ration's
tnngito which had boeu sowed on, broke
Ioono on Tuesday, and It was found ncc-
ensary to remove tiart uf the tongue,
sluco which thuo Mr. l'atton has bvoii
steadily improving, mul his many friends
iiope to see him well In a few wcviks. a
little impaired in speech iierhapi, but
worth srvorul doad man yet. M. C. T.
Tim MlmniMt Krthqtika8lncn IS? I I'tilt
In Snii I'mnrUroaad Olfaar I'arU nf l ull.
Ss.s 1'iiANcisco. Not. 19. Tho Hharm'st
shock of an osrlhquake felt hero sinco '
1871 wiih uxnoiiuncod yesterday afternoon
and lasted fully eight ecconus. A low,
riimiiiing sounu, wnicu was tiistiuciiy ,
uudlhlo, fiiccecdod tho shock. Many i
iHiisoiiN in tho hotols and private dwell-1
inu's all over tho citv ran out into tho cmibu
streotH, and much ozcltemont prevailed.
Dispatches rucoivod from tho interior in
dicate tho shock to have been strongest
in thu Northern part of the Statu, No
mutorlal damago is reported from any
A SIIKIlirr KKNiaMM,
HharlfTIIUM, WhoIUckad Clavalaad Una.
II. Itcilgas Ills O0tc.
Astoria, Ore. November Hi, 1888 '
ttliuilll Ihupv, Ul iliin buuui; i .iin.i.
has resigned his affairs of ShcrlfTin fa
vor of Harry Smith. Ife gives no reason
for tho resignation. Mr. Hons kicked
I'resldent Cleveland heavily in the lato
election, hut this is thought to huvo
nothing to do with hi resignation.
Whn Ills Tarm Kxplras Ha Will .llaknu
l.ung Tlalt to tbCali
Nkw Yoiik, Not. 19 This morning's
.Sun says that President Cleveland will
visit Han Francisco and other point on
tho Pat'lllo slope oa a long vacation,
shortlv after be goes oat of office, n
March 4th 1889.
About nine miles doe north of Colfax,
V. T und centrally located in the l'u-lotu-e
country, is alone mountain, stir
roundod by a rolling fertile country, that
received its name from General .Stoptoo.
who, with his army of men. was sur
rounded by Indiana wblh) oa its summit
in thu year 1852, during the Indian wars.
The area of Its sumssk ia limited, there
being not mora taaa ftfty feot square
that could be called level, and its Incline
on every side ia about uniform. Its
height is about 1409 feat, and its surface
aomowhat stony, mora especially tho
unper iart. which ia covered with boul
ders and solid rock.
In the summer of 1887 James r. Davis,
better known through that section us
"Oash-uif DavU." parchaaed the cntlru
butte. and immedlatelr bee an thu work
of grading a wagoa road to its jwak, t
UiiiHlllla Count)- llt.ini.
Kriiiu the Milton lliiL'le.
Thu new county would liavo u popula
tion of about 0,000, w hich by reason of a
dlvisiou of territory would rapidly In-
Taklmr tho nsserHincnt roll wo
find that t hero is .in tho neighborhood of
t", 000,000 w oi tli ol assessable property
in the proiivsed new county. Our pres
ent rate of taxation Is something over "0
mills', which is necessarily high on ac
count of tho great uzpenso in assosslng
and collecting taxes for such a largo ter
ritory and tlio mileage and other ox-
I lenses Incurred in securing Jurors and
witnesses from such gi cat distance from
, tho present couuty soat. In thu now
county tho rato would be icducod to a
lower figure. Hut culling In 'JO mills,
und tawing out tbo school and Htuto
tax, this would loato for county ptiroscs
sulllcient und to spare.
Another linortunt reason for division
is thut thousands of dollars would bo
suod annually to our taxpaxurs In ex
piMises of a tbrcu cr four days' trip to tho
county seat, from forty to eighty miles.
It is those who huvo hud to bear theso
expenses that rcallu tho true situation.
Again, nearly two hundred thousand
dollars Hirycar would annually be saved
to the .Statu of Oregon in tho uveut of di
vision. WhyV llecuuso a county seat
would Ixi established within the
reach of tho copli); it would
he iiYonlually a trudo center
of necessity: tho farmers, gardeners,
uiillurs, merchants, and other business
men would pur Interest on Oregon
luonoy instead of Washington Territory
money isionlo would not go to a for
oign bank when they have ono ut home;
instead of the great hulk of Kastern
Umutllla trade centering in Wulla Walla,
and Washington Territory receiving tho
bonellt, it would be held by the new
count v und the Stain of Oregon, where it
of right belongs, but will never come un
til division is accomplished,
There is out thing In conclusion which
wn dftslro all peoplu to remember, vis:
That we demand division on a broad
basis without regard at this tlmu to any
iwrtlcular lino, or the location of a county
suat. This is tho sentiment of our peo
ple, and we do not refer to Milton alone,
t'entervllle. Weston, Mountain, Cotton
wood, und other precincts of Kastern
r til- .1. ...I n:.!..t. I,., .....It.
UmitllllU, I1CSIIII tllTimuil nil l.n incuts.
which could onlyattned br various r Ami .If. re that tho matter bo clearly 1. id
crooks and urMoaaoatp an ascent, . before the legislature, and let that . body
Ha then erected a laraa tWatory obser-! u lis good Judgment do what Is right for
vutory, and I uraJaaexl K wltn a goou tei
, lx)tli cuds, and select the county scat.
Witli these improvement wopioe outio
nresents a view that la hard to surpass,
especially to the era of the traveler in
. . .". . . w.
Juuriiallt und 1'allllclank,
from tliiHpokutie Fall C'lironlclr.
... .1 Hl.l .t . .1 I
Li A . i LTf .J- ihm ...i.l ' to o superuciui ooservur, mere is ap
maklngthe trip between Farmlngton and ',,11iImj1,,,i nt., !,.,..
Colfax, on tho O. K. 4 N. KaUroud. . ...ieiiHt0DA o ti1B uiHti,.!,,, urui the
,,ct ' journalist, but thent Is not. und there can
' ' BBBiaaaw 1 flip tllt timlll'Aal tA'lllfll fltllttn 0.11(1
hd. MacDonald, tha most prominent, of ,lie IKjVH.r w j,Ich lmiels are distinct and
tho defendants in the famous Chicago ( dihHltulIttr. The ono is temporary, ox
boodle trials, had the findings against , Ht,11 (r tho exigency of tho hour; tho
him in tho lower courta reversed Hatur- otlor ,H nerinaiient. existing for all time,
day by tho Ulnae aupreme court. 'i j,e Kcrvleo of the Itepublk Is u moro op
majority of boodiew, including Mac- iliodo wtth tliu ..oUticlans. Of his llfo it
Donald, were sentenced to tho ienllcii. n i,10ro thing apart; of thu Journalist,
tiary.and with bkj exception are now t H bin whole oUstenco. Tho politician
serving terms in Joliet. lie for uioim wnuH(g (or lu campaign; hw Journalist
than a year, has remained In Jail at iur w nutural llfo.
Chicago, determined not to accept ucoti' I
vict's stripes until every technicality had
been exhausted. The reversal by the, buckvillo and the MU.-s West have
supremo court does not necessarily Jin ply I abandoned their proposed trip o Ottawa,
final escape. but the new. turn of ;Ufuirs Tho goyernor-geiierul has meived a dis
win rn,ir nnnthar eoaricUon a. nluttar ltch that they will suil from Now York
A I.K.HHO.H IIKItK AT IIOHK.
for Franco at au early day.
From thsSan Prniicluro Kxamlner.
Tho workingmen of Californlu have not
had long to wait for an object lesson oa
tha effects of tho prohibitive taritl' policy
that was to give them steady work aud
high wages. Tliay weio told that their
employers minted tho present tariff
maintained so that the American aiurkat
might 1st preserved for American tuber.
The people have tousunted to 13 Uod
for that object, hud now it turns out that
those same public-spirited employers urn
having their contracts executed in Kn
gland. Why is it that tho Itlsdon Iron Works
arc having the engines uud loilers of tha
Australia mudo in .Scotland lusted of at
home 7 It is because the proprietors ol
that establishment, being business me a
rather than patriots, except at ulectioa
time, find It moro to their advantage tu
bay a finished article in a free market
anil pay ono tux on it In a lump, than to
make an article of u dozen materials,
averv one of which lias boon uicd at
every stago of its manufacture.
The San Francisco Ironworker pitvfl
a ton for his pig iron. Tho Scotch man
ufacturer gots his for $10. Thu Scotch
man Days $l! or :i a ton for his coal. The
San Franciscan is lucky togot his for Z.
Is it strange that Iron manufactures ess
bo turnod out mom rhcsply In Scotland
than here 7
When tirtHltictlon hem is so heutilv
haudicuticd on thu sldo of material.-, tin
employers naturally lmik to sou if time Is
not a cuuiii'o to cut uown wages, i no
arc already beginning to hint that tlio
presont rates uro too high for a fair com
petition with tlio Kast and Europe. That
is natural. The returns from manufac
tures must be divided ninong wages, ma
terials uud profits, anil w hatuver Is added
to tho cost of materials must bo takcu
from ouu or both of tho other two, It
would not be human nature for tho em
ployors to wish tho loss tocoiuooutof
profits; so of course they turn lownrd
The tendency of unnaturally high juo
toctivo lurlll's Is always toward low wages.
It has been disgtilsud In this country by
tho fact Hint our vast rcsotiiccH und scant
Copulation huvo kept the lowaids of lulsir
Ighor, in splto of the prohibitive I u rill",
than in countries less favored. Hill oton
hero thu tendency may 1st traced. V ages
havo Increased faster with lis in low
tariff than in high HirlH' sitIods, und (hey
havo always been lower In hlghlx pM
tected than uupiotuctcd Industries,
Hut it Is in l.uroisi that thu drill may
be seen most clearly. Thmo tho holiest
tariff's goconslantly wit It tho lowest vwigci
and tho most miserable winking popula
tion. No protected country ol r;urosi
comes us neai to thu I'uglish slamluid of
living as the English comes to the Ainer
Tho workiiiguien of Callforniii had
chanco lust week to help imt lhoi' work
on a solid foundation. 'Hie Democratic
party offered to ruinou thu disadvan
tages that stood in tho way of California
Industry, and so unable San I'rauclvo to
manufacture for hulf the world, insleud
of sending her own orders abroad to Ik
executed. California declined tho offer,
and intimated thut she pieferrod cheap
Chinese lulsir to cheap mw materials
Who will havo abundant leisure for ru
Hum Mr Willi VVIr.
George W. Ilrown is a blacksmith ut
Broadnock. Conn., uud the smithy Is his
sole possession. Ho I a stuuuch llr-pub-
llcan. I'or u long time no mis pain court.
to a young woman, tho daughter of u
Democratic furmer, The latter did not
look with favor on the young man, be
cause of his wlitlcs, lieorge received
no ancouragument whatever from tho
young girl's father, ami in tho brut of a
political argument not long ugo tho old
maa tnrned tho voting suitor from thn
door and positively forbid him to srer
again enter tho house.
ine next uav tne out man irieu io in
vent some scheme which would wrrst
from Drown his blacksmith shop und
compel him, through poverty, to depart
from the vicinity. Ifo felt sure of C'Jevo
land being elected, uud, thoroughly 1m
bued with the Idea, lie visited Jirorvn'
"Young man." lio said, "I'll tell von
what I'll do. You want to marry my
daughter, I'll mako you u waer. If
Harrison is elected, shots yours: if not,
you can give me a bill of sulo uf this shop
and the tools und forever quit tho towu.'
Oeorgo accepted the prooiltlon. Thi
bill of sale was draw n up sud signed, aud
the farmer went home chuckling about
how easily ho obtained the little black
smith-shop uud rid himself of the man
Tlio old man has consented to his
daughter's marriage with Ilrown, but In
siste that tho wedding must not fuko
place until uftcr Harrison is inaugurated.
The daughter aud her lover deny that thorn
was any such cluuso in me contruc'.uuu
propose to huvo tho nuptial knot tied
Mayor Illukunry, superintendent of thi
lifa-saviiiK service on this const, is pre
paring to build thu eight stutioiiu recently
provided for by congress und hoss lr
have them (ill pompletel by twelve
months. They will lo located ut tho
I'residio reservation, Point 1 1 eyes, hun
Pedro, Oroy's hailxir, laoinis's olnt
near Shoal water bay, Kbit Stevens, near
Astoria, Yaquluu hay uud l.'miqua river.
Van Mstlliuws and J. (. Wixslruir hud
a fight Haturday morning ut Now jloads,
La., over u land puich'uso. Mu'thons
was killed and Woodruff is dying. HotU
are well known citizens.