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HEPPNER, MORROW COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1892.
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Moore, of Columbia, and Judge D. It. N .
Blackburn, of Liuu, were placed in nom
ination for supreme judge. Judge Olm
stead afterwards withdrew-. The ballot
Moore. Klllllnllory 17
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Portland, April 7. When the con
vention reassembled this morning, the
declination of W. D. Hare, for presi
dential eleotor, wag read, and on motion,
David M. Dunne, of Portland, who had
reoeived the highest number of votes
yesterday o the defeated candidates,
was unanimously chosen in the plaoe of
A recess of thirty minutes was given
for the various districts to sweot their
candidates for joint senators and repre
sentatives. With the exception of
Wasoo and Sherman, they were but
few moments in lixius their states. The
following is the result:
Coos, Curry and Josephine Walter
Sinclair, of Coos, the present incumbent.
Columbia, Tillamook and Washington
J. W. Maxwell, of Tillamook. He
represented his county iu the bouse in
the session of 1889.
Gilliam. Sherman and Wasco W. W.
Steiwer, of Gilliam. He is a general
merchandise dealer at Fossil.
Sherman and Wasco H. S. McDan
iels, of Sherman .
Umatilla and Union George V. Ham
ilton, of Umatilla.
Union and Wallowa M. B. Kees, of
Crook, Klamath and Lake A. Snider,
of Lake. He represented Lake in the
state board of equalization.
First Judioinl District George W.
Dunn, of Jackson.
Seoond A. C. Woodcook, of Lane.
Third Samuel Gibson, of Polk.
Fourth J. P. O. Lownsdale, of Port
Fifth G. W. Wiugate, of Clatsop.
Sixth William Morfitt. of Malheur
Seventh J. L. Lnokey, of Crook. .
Coos and Curry J. B. Yeagley, of
Yamhill and Tillamook H. W. Lam
sou, of Yamhill.
Grant and Harney Charles A. Rich
ardson, of Harney.
Klamath and Lake O. A. Stearns, of
Wasoo and Shennan E. N. Chandler
and T. R. Coon, both of Wasco.
THE WORLD 3 FAIR .
While the convention was waiting for
the Sherman, Wasoo and Gilliam Uelt
gations, Magers, of Yamhill, offered the
following resolution, which was adopted:
Resolved, We, the representatives of
the reuublioau party of Oregon, in ctm-
The oontest for the attorney-generalship
was a stubborn one. Apperson, of
Clackamas, nomiualed Lydell Baker, of
Portland, and Vawter, of Jackson, Judge
Lionel Ii. Webster, of Jacksonville, and
the fight began. It was apparent that
Multnomah county was divided when
MnCsmant seconded Webster. "Mult
nomah needs no representative on this
ticket," be declared. "No matter who is
nominated the county will roll up its
usual majority. Our majority is not
counted by fifties, or hundreds, but by
Multnomah showed another split when
Moreland nominated Granville G. Ames.
Baker was seconded by Tanner, of
Multnomah, and Webster by Sehlbrede,
of Douglas. Miller, of Josephine, argued
that it would be tho best policy to nom
inate Webster, as he came from a sec
tion which had never been honored by a
state office, and besides had helped to
redeem Southern Oregon from tho dem
ocracy. Jayue, of Gilliam, replied that that was
no reason why the convention should
nominate Webster, as it had not been
shown that the advancement in the party
in Southern Oregon was not due solely
to Webster's efforts.
Miller retorted that Webster was the
repuLlioan leader in Southern Oregon.
Nevius, of Multnomah, closed the argu
ment in a pretty speech favoring Baker,
who is a nephew of Oregon's " immortal
United States senator, 12. D. Baker, who
was killed at Pall's Bluff. Nevius saw
the dead body of the senator after the
battle, tie reviewed Col. Baker's glori
ous oareer, and referred to the splendid
work Lydell Baker did lor the party in
tile naniDaien of 1890. "We have with
us a chip off the old block and should
honor him," he conoluded.
The ballot resulted in a victory for
Webster, bv the following vote:
WohBter U7!IlnUcr 107
The state oommittee ware selected as
Raker ...EM Van Slyke.Lano W II Abrams
Denton R A BelisaUjlanu J W Cusick
,-i..bm,m H H.lnnuHnii'Malhetir G S King
(juumip J v Wclcullai'lon..K P McCornaek
From the Orcgoniail.
W, R, Ellis, nominee for congress for
the seoond congressional district, was
born iu Montgomery county, Indiana,
April 23, 1850. At 18 months of age he
was left fatherless, aud with his family
resided on the home farm until reaohing
his majority, at times teaching school
and also working on the farm. At 21
years of age he entered the Iowa Agri
cultural oollege, graduating from the law
department of the state university in
1874. While in Iowa he made his home
in the town of Hamburg, and while there
held several municipal offices, including
that of mayor.
In 1883 he came to Heppner, Morrow
oounty, where ha has since resided, fol
lowing his profession as a lawyer. Iu
1885 he was appointed as prosecuting
attorney of the seventh judicial district
by Governor Moody, and in 1886 wbn
elcoted again to that olfioe, and again in
1888 was re-elected to( the same position
by a handsome majority, retiring from
offioial duties on the expiration of his
term of office. Two yoare ago the name
of Mr. Ellis was favorably mentioned as
a oaudidate for congress, wheu the state
was allowed but one representative in
the lower house of the uatiouul legisla
ture. Being a warm friend of Hon. Din
ger Hermauu he did not wish to oppose
that gentleman, and refused to allow his
name to be used. Ho was early men
tioned for the nomination in the second
district this year, and has bofu iu the
lend during nil the time up to his nomi
nation last night.
Mr. Ellis is in accord with the admin
istration and the republican majority in
congress on silver and the tarilf. He has
always been a Blaine man, as long as the
man from Maine was in the field, but
now favors the reuomiuation of Harri
bou. He will devote his time aud en
ergy to the campaign, going into every
part of the diatriot, even interior places.
Reports From Heppner. Mount Vernom, Gen
try and Other Precincts.
veution assembled, express our decided
nnininn that the best interests of our
i-im.inl M Pomemv .vtuitnomuh. ,V I. Boise
Coos . .nfobeit VValkerlMc'lTow T 1! Fell
,',...,,1, Not selected Polk J H Cooper
Curry ..... A II crooksherman . . . W H Moore
llonelas K Ii Dixoi. Tillamook. .W Fl) Jones
,in.,,., a A .Invne I'liitiillla .II L Murwton
Grant G W liart Union I N Sanders
Unniey A V GowanlVYiillowa. ..F DMcCillly
.lockso'n W I VawterVncn N T Nohuiil
Josephine. II B Miller' Washington Til Tongue
Klaiuiith. T C HrowiielllValiihill I' I' Gales
Lake I'll Hnyderl
Ou motion of Tongue, of Washington,
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nriuo wendvlBeall who desire to avail them
selves of mis greatopportunity to attend to it
ng of yourmedlcine had on my health. I w aa
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work Your Nerve Tonio almost Immediately
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'1 Tevfcnce of nervousness. I am now well.
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legislature of the state of Oregon at the
next session to make an early, liberal and
suHioient appropriation therefor.
Chairman Mallory offered the sub.
joined resolution, which met with the
approval of all and wan unanimously
WiiiiREAN. This convention recognizes
tho vast importance to the commerce ot
this coast of the opening of tho Nic
First By shortening tne instance 01
water bv transportation to the Atlantic
and gulf Btutos and to Europe many
thousands of miles, thereby lessening its
expense and bringing our producers cor
respondingly near tno great mri u
Kennnd Bv preventing exorbitant
rates on transcontinental freights by the
bininir of railroad companies, as
water transportation always acts 1
rix.nlntirin nf frpudlt I'llteS '.
Third Enabling the quick and cheap
truiiarwirtutiotl of BllCh DrOllllCtB 88 Will
not. hoar the heat twice crossing the
the committee organized by the eleotion
of W. L. Boise, of Multnomah, us chair
man. H. B. Miller, of Josephine, was
oboseu temporary seoretary. Ou motiou
of (iowan, of Harney, a committee of
five was elected, with the chairman of
the central committee as chairman, to
select a socretary and assistant secretary.
The chair appointed ou tho committee
Un wnn, of Harney; Tongue, of Washing
ton; McCorunck, of Marion, nnd Weloh,
nf Olatsop. It was voted to request tne
Crook delegation to send iu the name uf
a committeeman !mm that county.
FIRST DIHTR10T COMMITTEE.
The central committee ot the first cou
gressional district met yesterday morn
ing. J. T. Appersou, of Claokamas, was
chosen temporary chairman, and C. A
Sehlbrede, of Douglas, temporary secre
tary. ThomBs 11, Tongue, oi Washing
ton, was elected permanent chairman
and Sehlbrede seoretary. An executive
committee was appointed, consisting of
the chairman and secretary, W. I. Vaw
ter, of Jackson; A. E. Gallagher, of
Lane, and 8. A. Dawson, of Linn. The
general committee has been filled by the
following appointments: Lane, A. O,
Woodcook; Jackson, W. L. Vawter;
Klamath, Geo. H. Nickorson.
SECOND OoNGllEMHIONAIi DISTRICT.
The central committee of the neoond
nngreHsioiial district organized by the
election of O. II. Carey, of Multnomah,
chairman, and J. u. Leasnre, or Uma
tilla, as temporary secretary, lis repre
sentation is as follows:
linker L F Cook, Multnomah ! II Carey
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The democrats of Heppner precinct
met at the oourt house in goodly num
ber last Saturday afternoon, with W. A.
Kirk as chairman and Willie Spenoer
seoretary. Ohas. Lewis an3 T. W.
Ayers, Sr., were tellers. They elected
the following as delegates: Wm. Hughes,
D. A. Herren, W. J. McAtee, N. MaBee ,
and Thos. Qnaid ; T. W. Ayers, Sr., cen
Mount Vernon met at the engine house
with Thos. Morgan, chairman, and Chas.
Royse, secretary. The following dele
gates were ohosen: O. A. Rhea, E. L.
Matlock, H. Blaokman, John Hughes
and J. A. Thompson ; Thos. Morgan,
Gentry met in the opera house with
Frank Kellogg, ohairman, and H. W.
Turner, seoretary. The delegates elocted
are: E. G. Sloan, W. A. Johnston, J. J.
Roberts, Frank Gentry nud W. G. Mu-
Carty; central committeeman, J, W.
Mutteson sends iu Ohas. Kirk aud Ben
Lena comes to the front with Jus. Pear
sou, Andy Tillard and Towns Mathews.
Eight Mile ouose Luther Huston, JaB.
Inskeep and Perry Snyder.
Cecil's delegates are Hobt. Hayer and
lone will send to the convention as
delegates Thos. Carl, Dave Lipsoomb
and Reub Sperry.
Hardman Beleoted J.J. McGoe, Bon
Luelling, Hi TubIi and Sam Meadows.
YVh.n in Arlington, stop at
nett house, near the depot
At Abratiamsick'e. In addition to his
tailoring business, he has added a fine
line of underwear of all kinds, regligee
shirts, hosiery, etc. Also has on hand
snme elegBt patterns for snits. A.
Abrahamsick. May street, Heppner, Or.
The hotel heretofore known as the
Mountain House, one block from Fir'd
National bank in lieppner, Or. Con
tains parlor, dining room, baggage room.
kitchen and 15 bed rooms; all rooms
furniMbed. For farther particulars in
quire of 63-tf T. W. Atekh,
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equator and the cold of the frigid zone,
milled to benefits accruing to commnroe,
nrA mnttnra of ureat riatiotial importance
in wliicu tne people oi uur n'anm
Resolved, That we luvor sucu ineuuij
legislation by congress to this great en
ternrise as is consistent with the public
irnod . an d ask our nresent delegation in
prinirnsR to use their utmost endeavors
in its behalf, and pledging the nominees
of this convention to do the same.
THE HEOI LAR NOMINEES.
The appended resolution was offered
by Apperson, of Clackamas, for the pur
pose of preventing nominations by dis
trict conventions. It was ndupted with
out objection, tho necessity for it being
Resolved, That the persous selected by
the various district delegations mid re
ported by them lo this convention as
nominees for the following offices: Mem
bers of congress, ciicuit jinlt;e, prose
cuting attorney, members of tn state
board of PquallZHtlon. joint senamrn nun j
joint pipn-HPiitutivtH arc hereby ilmbi-ed j
to be the ooinineo of ll.in ''" '''' 11111 '"r ,
the vnrions positions for which ihe.v I
have been so m-iec,J, end the pieshlent
and the sect tary of tlii.'i ..nv.-i-i i -n ni" ;
hereby directed to eertifv timir o-e'lut
Judge M. L. Olmsted, of Buker
county; Hartwcll Harli-y, of Multiifiual;
W. K. Willis, of Douglas; Judge F. A.
Cliilsop. II C 1 homi'B'iul.Morrow ueorge i.iiMser
ijoliiiiihia. . 1 rouieniyiSlierinau A li Melloimlil
Crook No Bcleclloii.Unmlilla ...J C Leasnre
llllliHin A A Jnyiie l'iilon I N Hamlers
.! I! W H.rrlh Wallow -FHMcCllllv
Harney'.. A W (iowanitVasco M A Moody
Malheur A 11 Moure
The obiiirmnii was authorized to select
assistant aeoretiiry, and
It is content
a secretary and
to open headquarters.
plated to co-operate with tho
tral committee by using a common hem
rniiirters. arid by having tlie B'rinretary
and assistant secretary of tho state com
mittee act respectively as aHiw!ant sccre
tary and secrelary of the oougrfssiouul
Are You Troubled
With gravel, diabetes or any derange
ment of the kidneys or urinary organs t
Oregon Kidney Tea is a safe, suro and
speedy remedy for all such troubles.
You have no appetite for breakfast.
A few doses of Dr. Henley's English
Dandelion Tonic is what you need.
'God's blesBiug to mankind," say
thousands who have been onred by
the colcbraled Oregon Kidney lea,
The docisiou has been arrived at by
the manager ot P. 0. Thompson Company
that be cannot do business without
money. All persons whose accounts
are in arrears ar noiuieu io uuu uuu
settle immediately aa we wih have
L. S. Kidd, of I'endh'tou, uocompaii
ied by Mayor Matlock, called Saturday
lust. Mr. Kidd is introducing snme flue
cuttle in this country, of which we may
have something to say in the near
D. ii. Stalter advertises in this issue
his line stailion, Young Top Gullunt. If
yon will take the pains to see this horse
y u will like him.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.