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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 of Harness, Saddles and Blankets.
Fine lot of Rubber Goods below cost.
COME AND GET BARGAINS AT MY STORE.
B. 0. & E. M. WHEELER,
FURNITURE, CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS,
OILCLOTHS, SHADES, MATTINGS, ETC.
A Complete Stock of Furniture uml Cunwta.
Our Stock Covers 5,000 Feet of Flooring.
GOODS SOLD ON KA8Y I'AYMKNTS.
E. C. and 33. M. WHEELER
SUCCCEMORt TO FORBES WHEELER,
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CYRUS-NOBLE BOURBON ANORWH iOS St IHUTZ BREw,Nn
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QUOTPONSARD NRHAMPAGNE. (Yellow Label.) ji2: :m
Alexander & Frazer, .
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Dress and
Family Groceries a Specialty.
GOODS DELIVERED FK r
TIIR WHEAT HAItKKT.
A II..IIH. All AUnB lh. t.l.e- rm Tw.
la Four C.n't. I.owar.
Chicauo. Nov. Ul. Vlnnt tnwir
l)-cumiir clowxl nt l.b,), 11 ilrop of ic.';
January l.av, n drop of "J.Uc, and May
nt l.l)9r. n ilrop'of t!J.'c.
Nkw Yoiitf Nkov. St. Wla-at market
nenr)y two ccntH lower. Novemlicr $l.ari ;
Dcasmlwr h$7i January $1 .07 May
Sam FkANcisuo, Xov. 21. Wheat
lower ami irregular, liuycr tliu year
(1.57; liuycr tliu hcuwoii $1.004 ! Ik-cenf
Livkhpool, Nov. 21. Wheat ilull;
California 8n. lil.
8KATTI.U ItAILUOAl) fUOJKCT.
Mora Aboal KmBllpoi-Illtirlrt AltornvT
Median CDurd-l'it7 TbUrtry
l'oRTiiANii.kOr.. S'ov. 20. Mayor De
l4Uihiniitt had a confurenco ycBtorday
with u number of lending ChlueKo of this
city, In order to ctiltut their co-operation
in preventing tho iprcad of tmiallox.
About thirty Chineno inorclmntH were
nrcucnt, iiIko Chief of l'olico Parrlnli.
rhu mayor mldri-M.cd tho uHseniljlayn
and Htutcd that unions tho Clilncxo run
tiered Homo ai-MlsUneo in tliu promiiei, it
miht lie necoHwary to clocn up their
htorcH untl ouarantino tho entire Cliitienu
(pmrtcrH. Tho Chineno itierchautH were
anked to furnihh two men. Tlieco two
would bo required to uo with tho polico
and examine every houmi In tho ( hinu
town, with a view of uHcort:iluln If any
more cuhoh ero in exlrteneo in that ior
lion of tho city. Tho ceeond reipieHt
wax that tliu city autlmrit!o- ro piired lin
meilluto reiKirtH from merchant, houso
lioldurn, .Mongolian phytilciiiiiM uml
nurK'H, of every ease that eamu within
their kiiowleilKo. They were nlno in
formed that the John houno could no
lonL'er lo lined uu a rocontaele for tho
Hick uml dyiiiK Chineno. That they
iiuiMt huild u Chineno homiital to ho nru-
vided with iihvKiciaiiH nud uutreH. which
nlioukl ho under tho Hiirvelll.ince of tliu
city authorlllen, and that tliu nick and
lying Ulilnrno nhould not Ik) neKleeted,
us linretoforo hart been tho eano. 1 ho
mectlnu' then adlourned in order to ulvn
the CliltiOKO tlnio to consider the matter.
At 8 o'clock i. i. another mieliiiK wax
held and the Chineno xtutcd that they
wero ready to do a Hiiuiiunted. namelv to
pluco two men at tho cliicf'HdlHi0Hal. ulno
to clone up tho hospital at the rear of the
Jonrt houno, and to furninh tho fund&i nee-
ennary to erect u mutable licwnltal. tin
mediate action will Ixi taken in tho mat
ter, and much nood will no doubt rcnult.
Two now cuhoh were reported yenterday,
an eight-year-old hoii of John Stoly, re
nldlng at 1)3 .Sheridan ntreet, uml u
man, name unknown, "living on the
went Hide of l'i th. Iietweou .Madlnon and
JctferHon, who wan taken to tho Bt
IjiHt tileht lilKMitlL' o'clock Olllcer IJorir-
man naw a Chinaman leave tho Jom
houno, which In quarantined, and nneak
ucroHrf tlio veramla to uuotlier luilldlng.
Tho olllrer yelled to tho man to ntop. hut
ho failed to do ho and u nhot wan tired at
tho rancal. Thin 1h the necond attempt
to dlitoboy quarantine rules uml probably
tho laid, an thn average Chinaman tuui a
mortal fear of the deadly bullet.
Tho Ilrltinh bark Iaiwton,of .Maryntiort,
Hngland, arrived yenterday from Liver
pool with a cargo of HiMH xtecl ralln fur
tlio u,,a,i o.
Senator Mitchell will leave for anh-
Ington during tho latter part of tho Meek.
At the ollico of It, (ioldriiuith yenterday
there were displayed two gold bam, val
ued at fH.oou. tliey are tlio reMuu oi
thirteen daya run on ore from the Alma
mine, nlttmted in the Coeurd'Alenecouu
try and owned by Portland men.
"Detective Henry Gritfin yenterday Haw
UHiispicioiu character nkulklng along the
street with a big bundlo tinder hU arm,
and out of curiosity followed him into a
barber nhop wher the Mtranger pro
ceeded to unroll hia bundle. It con
tained a lino ault of clothes which were
ottered lo the barber for $t. Imagine
Mr. Griffin's surprise upon eruminiug
the clothes to find they were hit Sunday
go-to-meeting suit which ho had paid 00
for but a few days. ago. The h. c. wan
immediately collared and waltzed off to the
refrigerator, whero a charyo of larceny
from a dwelling was booked against him.
The case of Ie Toy, charged with
murderouH asnault upon Chung Koo wan
f ivon to the jury at Ix o'clock lact ven
ng. At this wilting ' v. M., no agree
ment hail been reached. Uo Shungand
Loosing Lung were eouvictcd of the
same olfence, committed on the name
rirnon. Tlie eenerni neiiei is mat
A Company OrKanli.d to llulld HTral Int.
riant l.la.. ortUllroatl.
Skatti.k, W. T., Nov. 10. Articlea of
IneoriKirotlon were tlleil to-day for thu
Seattle A Northern Hnllroad Co.. by the
lounwing ineorjHirniorH, many oi wiinm
are well known throughout the United
States i Elijah Kmitli uml W. II. IIol
comb, nretiident and general munnger. re
HiHetlvelv. of the Oregon Hallway t Nav-
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igaunn t.o. ; jnuiea it. ueneiiiet, uuurieM
K. Tngg. John 8. Tilvey. Premier W.
Smith. K. I.. Frank and K. 8. Hooley, of
iiew orki l. J. .Mlincr, Htmerlutemlent
of tho O. T. Co. : J. C. Unities nnd Harry
TibluilH, Jr., of Seattle. Capital ntoek,
fo.lHXMKKi. uiviiletl into ou.uuti. niiaren
Linen are to lie built by thin company no
follow m: Main line from Seattle north to
Skagit river; then thrco bnuichca, one
enstwnnl to Sjioknno FiiIIh by the eimlest
rntitu ; another westward to Fidnlgo inland,
w here thu company owns valunblu harlKir
iropcrty and .UXM) acres of Valuable coal
amw. The th ml brunch continueH on to
Skagit river to Illalne, on thu lino of
lioumtary. Tlio liucH will tnivurnu a coun
try immensely rich in mineral, coal uml
TIIK AI.IKN liAMO'liAW.
A Hpoaan Fall. Mao Workluc fur Itu Ha.
p.at Thn Injury II Hoc. tho Norlhrru
San Fiiancisco. Nov. 21. Kx-Muvor
W. II. Taylor, of Snokuno Falls, is in tho
city to confer with SeuatorH JoncH,
Stewart, and othcrH, in regard to thu ro-
petti oi tliu Allen l.aml Law. "We are
ho closo to tho lauauluuH," nalil Air.
Taylor In an interview, "that this Alien
I-uhI Law greatly Interferes wild us.
Many foreigners would cladlv como in
and buy our wheat and timber lands, unit
become iuterestrd in our mines, but tho
Allen Uiw tiroliintlH lliem Iroui Homing
them In tho Territories. Many of them
would become clllzenn in time, and Ciinr
d'Aleue, which lies at our doors, would
have many investerH in lis mines. An
I'.lntllMi company stands reiuiy lo nut
600,000 In hoiiio proerties there, but it
cannot do ho the wnv thinu's nland. Kv-
erybmly in Hpokanu Falls, and I may say
elnownero in alllliu lerrllurieH, isimavor
of this reival."
ANSIHTAM'i: Vmt MAMTOHA.
All tlm Cxnnillnn I'rnvlnrra Hrmllnir Conn
el, ax I lm Tyranny of Hip C'liniiillati I'a
I'lllcMujr ArtartTliplil AUii.
OrrAWA, Nov. 21 Nearly all the piov
Inci'S of tho Dominion will nund counsel
to Hiipiort thu eoutuntloiiH of tho Mani
toba government In thu famous railway
cane, to bo argued before tho Supremo
court to-morrow. Attorney General Mar
tin, of Manitoba, has arrived here. Thu
Canadian Pad lie Hallway will not permit
tlio Itod ICIvor Valley Hallway, which
him been granted a charter by thu prov
incial legislature, to cross tholr tracks,
nnd tho various provinces now reallru'
that if thu Interpretation of section .107 of I
tho railway net made by tho Canadian I
Tactile Hallway is maintained, their ihiw- ,
ern to legislate in railway matters will U
wiikck on "i hk"v I'.
Train .Mali Injurril. I.'iikIiio liamolltliad 1
anil Trutrl llrlny.il. '
Dknvkii, Nov. 10. A costly wreck oc
curred on thu Union l'ueltlu at Hock
Creek station yesterday afternoon. A
work train returning to lairamiu, Wyo.,
collided with freight train No. 23, pulled
by two engines. An ongiueor and tire
man were fatally Injured, and ten or
twelve laborers on tho work train were
slhthtlv hurt. Tho endues were demol
ished. Thu wreck completely blocked j
travel, trains being delayed twelve hours.
Four M.a Klllrrt ami Har.ral Injur. I at
IlUTTa, Mont., Nov. 21, Tim U)iler of
tho lioston and Montana Cotipcr Com
pany at Medorvillo exploded yesterday
afternoon, killing Kugineer hdmunds,
Wm. O'Connor, Jacob Kraomer and
Henry Winters, and injuring three
neithor of these Chinamen are guilty, and
the chlcanory und trickery resorted to by
District Attorney McGinn to secure their
conviction, is no great credit to that dii
KILIIAI.V AM) MITCIIKI.I
Ttier Maka a Show of Tlililrlr
Narrowly t:aie llrlns MublwU.
I'linDtmiit, I'a.. Nov. 21. Kilrain
and Mitchell pohed at the Central
theater lant night as gladiators. Kilrain,
when Introduced aa the chammon of thu
world, waa hbed and hooted at by tho
rallorlcs, who yelled "Sullivan, Sulli
van." Mitchell posed iih Sullivan, and
was given un ovation. After the )cr-
formanco Kilrain and Mitchell
molibeu by a crowu at ii.ot.iagu uoor, partly on wwuiit ol ill health
und narrowly encad without Injury. I to further thu Irish cause.
Vfxrrauli ixuatl tor Ilia Krlctloa ut Oaa
Watkhijo, Iowa, Nov. 10. U. 8. Mar
khul Kdinund of Iowa is ut Fort Dodge
with a warrant for the ejectment of the
one thousand or more families on the
Den Moines lands, llloodxhed is feared
upon an attempt to execute tho writs.
An Mid llulldlnft- llurn.d.
Nashua. N. II., Nov. 21. The old his
toric Chestnut street Methodist church,
now owned und occupied by (tease und
Avery, dealera in furnishing goods,
burned yesterday; loss $20,000,
An Appaal tu I'arllaiuant,
Orr.tWA, Nov. 21. If thu Manitoba
government Josch itu suit licforu thu Hu-J
premu court, u s-tltl(in will Ihi wnt to
thu Imperial Parliament, asking for uu i
amendment of thu railway act.
. A Chicago NulcliW.
j Ciiic'auu, Nov. 21. George II. Fabel, a
ami mcmlier of thu Hoard of Trade, forty years
I old, Hiiiciiled yesterday at his residence.
The dctuils of thu affair lire unknown.
A .Murilnrrr hciileiireil,
Huttk, Mont.. Nov. 21. At Fort Hen
ton yesterday, Charles Gordon, who mur
dered J. A. I-avellu luHt July, was sen
tenced to bo hanged January 11, 18H1I,
lllllon (iulnir lu Au.tralla.
IiNno.M. Nov. 21. John Dillon. Na
tionalist, will visit Australia IbN winter,
r.lVOH OF HKTTLKHfl.
Hlilr-alght Cataa Daeldad by tha Iat.rlar
D.parlmaat la Aacordanca wllh lb a Mall
ford Mlll.r CM,.
Wahiiinutom, Nov. 21. AwinUnt Sec
retary of Interior Hawkins to-day
rendered decision in sixty-eight co
testa between as many settlers and th
Northern Pacific railroad, to land la
the Colfax and Spokane Falls. W. T
land districts, and in Idaho. He base
the decision on the Guilford Miller
case. In sixty cases ho revortea the
decision of the land Commissioner la
rejecting applications to make entries o
these indemnity lands. In tho other
eight cases, tho land commissioner bad
f ranted permission to make entries, an
lis action in therefore alllrmedt
A Rutilaa Fallura.
8t. I'ktwihiiuiui. Nov. 21. Messrs.
OussiannekolT. grain merchnntanf Odessa,
have lulled, their liabilities amounting to
one million of roubles.
Mr. Jay Uanld.
Nxw Yosk.Nov. 21. Mrs. Jay Gould's
condition in somewhat changed this
morning. 8ho in still in a critical con
Vary Itnpnrtanl Naw..
Washington. Nov. 21. J. It. Elder, of
tho Columbia athletic club, will refcre
tlio Turner-O'Connor boat rnco Saturday.
TIIK HTKAITN OF MAOKI.UIN.
A Wild and I'leluramiio IIhriiiii H.ldam
H.rn liy TrnrelA..
An interetiuu place in itoliit of Hconlc
beauty, yet comparatively unknown to
thu ordinary traveler, Is tho HtraltH of
.Magellan, lying ut tnu Houtnorn enu oi
I met lu one of thu uptown hotels last
evening a goullemuii who had just re
turned from u trip through thu Straits
ami who described some of thu wonders
of its scenery to u group of interested listeners.
"Uimiii entering the stmlu from tliu I'n
Hie Hide." hu lieum. "a mure barren und
lesolatu place could not well ho imagined.
Gigaiitiu rocks, bleak and bare, risu to
towering helglitii on either hiiIii uml
threaten to topple over into tlio water ut
uuy moment. Ileie, too, Is thrt homo of
the Albatnms, and thounaiiilrt of thu birds,
with their tremendous expanse of wing,
are ever hovering idsutt in hcuicIi of food,
yet never sivmlng to rest. Other sen
birds ulsiuml in millions. Thu ulr la
black with them.
"Ah yuu steam further Inland tho
straitH narrow down, In hoiiio pIuccm less
than one-quarter of u mile in width.
Strange forms, uttering sharp, quick cries,
dart out iiMin thu waters In all directions.
Thco art) the iKingulus, which standing
along the beacli look like u row of largo
ninepins. Heals, sea otters and other
ampiiibloUH uuiuials urn also seen In
countless numberH on every side. Al
though HiIh Is a valuable Hsirlsman's
tuiradisu. but little hunting Is donu. It
is tin) wild and iuaccesslhlu.
KINK MOUNTAIN HUKNf.llV.
"Ah the straits narrow, down thu moun
tains become higher, and rise Milud
each other higher and higher in endless
succession, 'there Ih but illtle vegeta
tion ; nothing but jagged rocks greet the
eyo, and no sound is ever heard hut tho
squaw kd uml cries of thu aquutlo birds,
llugu glaciers of boryl-llku bluo dencend
from tho mountain sides to thu water's
edge, glistening in tlio sunlight with dai
xllng brilliaucy. It Is altogether u nceuu
of wonderful und hulcscribablu grandeur.
"Occasionally a cuuoo hud of I'atngo
plans is met an uncouth-looking lot,
whoso rcnpcclivu sexes urn Indistingiilsh
able. Thuy all dress alike, with one
rough garment of fur thrown acrosH the
shoulders, and live by hunting and fish
ing. It Ih said thuy are cannibals aud
thuy look iu if they might Imj. There is
olio settlement u tho straits, l'unta
Arenas, u Chilean convict colony. Thu
tow n consists of a rude tug fort und a
number of wretched huts. Just how tha
inhabitants manage to live I couldn't as
certain. 1 w ent on shore there. Wo had
como to anchor, for an hour or two. A
more abiectlonablu miserable lot of hu
man beluga I never saw,
WOUKN UIIIU IIAHKIIACK.
"I saw it number of Hinall sburgy po
rldden bareback "man fashion" by wo
men, who carried with them some queer
contrivances called 'bolas' for lassoing
cattle. If there were any cattle to lasso
I couldn't find them,
"Furs of all kinds wore ottered for sal
by the natives, as well as albatross i-kins,
emu rggs. curious shells, and other ar
ticles of like character. I bought a flno
sealskin lu tho rough fur $1.50.
"Patagonia Ih what you might call a
God forsaken country. No nation on
earth wants it. At tho sumotimo though,
both Chile und thu Argentine Confeder
ation claim it aH part of their territory,
und while neither country has uuy use
for it each resent h any lutrustioii by the
other on l'utagonluu soil,
"I was glad enough to get out of tho
strait, I can tell you; plenty of moun
tain Kcenerv and all that, but hardly
worth, lu my opinion, traveling eight
thousand or more mileH toMse,"
I'eter the I'oet, in tlio KlainutlilitLT,
thus (It'wrlUs ii grand ball at Keno;
"The dunce ut Keno hull on Thursday
night gave imlsiumlcd satisfaction all
around. While it had no jarring cle
ment, it was Hiipplicd witli two insiiiml
llddlerH, who tore great cliunVs of har
mony out of thu catgut. Pelted by tin no
glorious chunks, the iliincers liurried
around tliu fhsir uml wlsbiil for wings
with which to 'get there, F.II.'"
. . .
I'owilerly will ho rit-elouteil Grand Mas
ter Workman of thu K. of L.