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communications BY oi'R readers . I but it is more probable that they,
Chicago, we learn, is. also, to the IMI’OIITANT Í’OMMVN'ICATION.
; will ku.gh in their sleeves and go
front with her demand to represent
U nite ’ ntatbh L and O ffice i evtr’&VuMt? / hmm ; io : ..-Jiu-Hbi. J i
I on in their schemes just as if he
buri », <»r.
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j the Union, and believesshe is in a.
THURSDAY, ■•ETTEMBEtt 12, UMS.
had said nothing.
E hs . F a O regon II kkal Y. u will render to Ibis . I part went ”(Jhv ’
ufgUHvial iuien-st. \\**< b'im the rUht
letter situation tb.a i ny othircity HBcrxi
e to the -vintru it.’ b\ pubUahii'X the < epi ur rejet • am l'“rt >»r the whole, but Dot ti
The name of the new democratic
folium lux ex ra« t fr«.m the oflh ial Cir< tilur of < n*li»v thr file«* preienied. «<■ prefer «rIh len
II. L. «UCZ,
Editora. to exhibit North, South. East and
MBI.I.1E UBACS, I
IW, from ihe Genera! I ««»‘I uflbe, relative to a.er Ihe »ri.er* own .Ki.ulure, bin ■ i . iiii h | paper to be issued here next week
West, and, although our southern (|Ua irt. a i« i But ATTOBNKYi-AT l.A , who ma p limes are a>Hi!iftaibiv. "e d«» n«»t h.«lti * ii>i
the “National Democrat.
reap»»- f sb ibiv
1 ■- fur
' ihe upinioiiM advaucadi. .
prejudice is ever in favor of St. ■ represent claunanl» or CMiitvaant», anu re ’«live ip by ’ives
1 ’ 1
wrLers uuuertbe uhitV«>
■T he H erald $2.50 a year.
for national circula-
uij to qua ifi< a i»»i a if other peiBoi-A ( not
Louis, we must frankly admit we ATTwRNEYH AT A J, W Hu lit a * appear US
• Il II ll AHHlNliTON LEl'TEll.
think Chicago's claim is the correct A gent ’ s I ef.ire a I iatrict i and Otiice.
TFrora our regular corrnpondeiit—Sept. It i Cleveland, ex-Speaker Carlisle and
P ioneer Society of Southern Or one. .As New York would be too. There will be« riel vl servant e ant! due oil-
fur emeirt ».f ih»«e “Kegula Uns” ul the I’. H.
other prominent democrats.
egon holds its 13th annual re-union far Fast, Boston too far North > a. <1 Oflh e h r ’.e la i ey D:s rift.
kalkk iju .
ne spapcis i< this I »is ri t will confer presided over a secret meeting of
in Ashland, 8ept. 12th.
San Francisco too far West, so a ■'her
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING
e< efit bt exciuing this in fur in a ion.
prominent Democrats held at a, The republican state associations
would St. Louis be too far South, Verj rcspe« I fully,
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES^ T1C1
country house in Maryland this are making things lively around
V ale lus agreed to raise $100 a to be fairly and squarely represent
li Spector, (•eueral land Oftiie,
STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKFftv
w<ek to arrange a ] r gram for the, the departments here. They are
untington , Regis er.
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS, Pl’TTY t,','
year to pay for the use of any ative of the United States of .Amer J. H, B. k H
elv '. y , Re< river,
democratic minority in the House.,
SULTANA RAZORS AND “I X 1 ” /•|.L'E
I’.i.an.. Orth e mi sai i l>i« ri« ’.at Burra. Or.
preacher Conference may send.
ica in this World’s Exposition of
CIGARS; AND A THOUSAND ..
no . .
My informant says that while it standing the Civil Service law.
TOO NUMEROUS TO
1. An attorney-at-law who de was not definitely settled, it was
As far as expenditure of money, sires to represent claimants or con
T he Fates appear to havedecidcd
A SiritnK1* I’reneher.
gWThe CHEAPEST HOUSE in Eastern or
etc , is cone rued, we do testants efore a district bind office genorallv understood that the Re-
Sarah’Althea shall not become a
I publicans would not be permitted
There was once a minister of the
millionaire, not even if she wades not believe one city will surpass the must file a certificate, under the to make any radical changes in the
who never built a church.
in bl<H>d to attain the end. She is
Territorial court for the judicial dis present rules of the House, nor will
likely to have to contest Judge Ter into discussion as to which would trict in which he resides or the lo they be permitted to reseat demo-! Who never preached in one
ry’s son, Clinton R’s, claim to the lie the city I est qualified to exhil it cal land oilice is situated, that he crate without good and sutlicient Who never proposed for a church
to buy the church a new carpet.
♦ 75,000 the present estimated val the advance made in civilization Le i« an attorney in good standing.
Who never founded a new sect.
uation of the murdered man’s prop the whole country.
2. Any person (not an attorney•
Who never I elonged to any sect.
at-law)who desires to appear as an
choice by the people of the country: agent for claimants or contestants somebody should be prepared to go Who never received a salary, Who
SKA It nt RX.s <>|; e <«O n 4L P1
The city has an inexhaustible I efore a district land oilice must in sear» h of President Harrison for never asked for one. Who never
O ne of the neatest attentions the
New York Ledger pays its subscri water supply; the summer season file a certificate from a judge of a In- still hesitates, and hesitates, as »'ore a black suit or a white neck
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tie. Who never used a prayer 1 o »k
bers is the surprise of finding on is more endurable on account of Territorial court having common
unfolding their copies of the old the contiguity of Lake Michigan; law jurisdiction; except pro' ale gress shall i-iN called. Some peo- or a hymn Lo< k Or wrote a ser-
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favorite weekly, sheet music of the railroad facilities are uncxeeption- courts, in the county wherein he re j ply. dp ijot iiiiud saying that it is i mon. Who never hired a cornet
latest choice song out. ' This week ully fine, which would make the sides or the local office is situated, | fear and not fa'ritation that ails the i soloist to draw the souls to hear the
we have “Drifting Apart” words by Exposition accessible alike to ex dulv authenticated under the seal I’resideAt. Perhaps it is, ami per ■Word. Who never udvertiseii his
1 sermons. Who never took it text
John Earnest'McCann, music, M. hibitors and visitors from every good moral clraracter and in -go >d
To-d*y we have as many as three i for his sermons. Who never went
Appleton Baker, publishers, Wm.A. part of the globe; aside from ordi repute, possessed ol the necessary
qualifications to coal le him to ren
through a course of tbcologieal stu
Pond <fc Co., New York.
now able to furnish hotel entertain der clients valuable s rvice. and for th.- first lime in several week’. rdy. Who never was ordained.
otherwise competent to advise and
Frank Hatton has printed a fac ! Who m ver -.vent to conferer.oe.
Portland World: Now that Da
assist them in the presentation of simile of a letter written by Civil
W ho W as H e ?
vid Terry is dead the subsidized or large at once, if necessary; tele their claims or c. ntests
Service Commissioner Roosevelt,
gans are pouncing upon'Jiim with
3 The oath of allegiance r<- and he Wants to know of the Com
A Great Surprise.
both feet. In their denunciation of its newspapers are as enterprising quired by section ■ 4 8 of the United
missioner if the writer could pass
'lerry’for ^killing Broderick they
States Revised Statutes must, also
For some time there has I cen ru
the « xi.mination far copyist. From
neglect to mention that it takes two
the looks of his writing Mr. Roose mor .-iflo-it that an artistically i’llue
to fight a duel; also that twice dur of Chicago’s citizens millions of a firm, the names of the individ-
tlals composing (be firm must he velt must have taken lesson from
ing his early California career that dollars will Le subscribed to make given,
[ lished on the Paciliie coast, ami
>n ro in
and-a certificate and oath as the l:.te Horace Greeley.
.fudge Fields was a principal in
to each m< mi er of the firm will I e
I now, to our great surprise, it takes
.*. ..i: al: kirdi iMirf*. i-lunil ir ih-.r,,-. ,.M ,-n
Socie ty people, the f w that are
duels—though each time the “affair cess it ought and must be made.
RKDUCKll iHi !■:
i definite form in announcement by
T he H erald is in favor of Chicago
of honor” was amicably settled.
.. «fs I.
the publisher of the West Shore
for the above reasons, and hopes that
the important (to them) announce
der the ai- ve regulations must ad
j i that he will issue the iirst number
Tur. Daily Examiner is publish
dress a letter to the r< gistcr and re
ceiver, inclosing the certifieat and
ing one of the most remarkable seri
i Sept ember. Fifteen - v»'ars ago Mr.
als we ever read, and^is offering to express their opinion on the sub oath above requited, in which letter House receptions tins winter.
Samuel began the publication in
his full name and post -office ad
♦ 100 for the most correct unravel ject.-
it is stated that the building of p(,rt|anfl ,,f a
mo ithly y paper
dress must be given. He must
N B. A Goo<l road all th* wav.
ing of the mystery which will be
A t the recent, session of the Ore
y grown u until it
revealed in the last chapter which is gon editors, held at Newport, the recognized as an attorney or agent there fa so much-mystery, will Le:11(1
hns „ „„„.»„„i
proportions of the
known at present only to the two following were elected officers for before this l epartment or any bu investigated y Congrí.«s The Na handsome West Shore M g. zine
authors and the publishers. We the ensuing year: President, ( has. reau thereof, or any of the local vy department is at present trying' as we know it to-day, and now e
land otlices, and if so, whether he
have all the numbers containing it Nickle, Jacksonville Times; Secre has ever been 'U-p. n led or dis arred to find out whether she will float if! takes a bold step forward and • s-
on file in our Reading room, where tary, E. 0. l’entland, Independence from practice, lie must also stat- finished under the present plan,! ta lishes a weekly journal which
it may be read by all so desiring. West Side; First Vice-President, J. whether he holds any oilice trab r which were purchased of an English will te maintained at the highest
Subscription to the Examiner to B. Eddy, Pendleton Tribune; Sec the Government of the United firm of ship builders, and cost1 standard of illustrated weeklies in
paid up H erald subscribers very ond Vice-Presideftt, T. J. Stiles, Al States.
! 15,000. The vessel when com-1 the country. It will require the ex
low. Every one of our readers can bany Democrat; Third Vice-Presi
After an application to practice pleted, if it'i's ever completed, will' penditure of much money and la-
has keen filed in due form, the
afford to take it at such terms.
dent, O. P. Mason, Pacific; Fourth registi r and rec< iver will recognize cost ovgf 52.000',000. If stopped I l or to render the venture success
Vice-President, J. L. Campbell Eu the applicant as an attorney or now the Naval officers say the loss full, but the West Shore, with its
W asco S cn : Amelia Taubles, a gene Guard; Fifth ’Vice-President, agent,
Leaves VALE on Mondays, Wednesdays and FrimMM
as the ease may I e, unless will Le hjorethan Í250,000.
splendid equipment, long experience
Bohemian’woman of twenty-four, J. R. N. Bel), Roseburg Review; they have go d reason to believe
Arrives at BURNS on Tuesdays, Thursday«,«nd Sflau®»
Everybody is arguing that the - and established position, will be
Leaves BURNS on Mondays, Wednesday and
asked Judge Levy, on Aug 20th, to Treasurer, S. S. Train, Albany Her that the person, making the appli
World’s Exposition of 1892, should : able to succeed where most others
Arrives at VALE on Tuesdays, Thursdays, andfc
make her a citizen of the United ald; Sergeant-at-Arms, Edward Ca cation is unfit to practice before
Le held under the authority of the,' would fail. Special attention will
.States. “I am going abroad in a sey. It was decided to hold the
NationaFGovernment and in a re-; he given to graphic illustrations of
“(3ose connection at VALE with stage forOJibt- ¿¡K
few days” she explained, “and next session of the association at Secretary. • - •
presentatjve American city. This is i events happening on the Pacific
want to show the people of Europe Portland on the second Thursday
Registers and receivers must a strong double argument in favor ! coast, and the topics of special in
that my adopted country protects and Friday in next August.—Ex.
keep a record, of the names and res-1
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its women as well as its men. Then
iilei.ces of.all attorneys and agents which is Jhc only city completely • ous and excellent illustrations will
I think that naturalization papers
It is so Nice to Or da Editor.
recognized as entitled to represent controlled by the government, as be its chief feature, and these will
will’bo of great service in countries
“Editing a paper,” says a provin clients in their several otlices.
well aB the only city in the United increase in number as the journal
where laws and customs are not so cial editor, is a pleasant thing- “If
I States of more than 200,000 popu- becomes settled in its grooves.
M. D. HOI’KINS, I’RorRiETM. mn I
liberal as they are in the United it contains too much political mat
OBi FL AKY.
j latio'n tbat can can be strictly speak- Such an undertaking certainly re
ter, people won’t have it; if it con Frvim the Border Signal Died, At tlic ri«i-
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-«
Miss Taubles responded to the tains too little, they won't have it; if ileiH’e uf Jac.ub 11. Haun, Aug. '*.0, ioSV, William ; ing, call?<t an American city. commends ‘itself very highly to
•T. Megiemcre ated .4 yeai«.
More than 90 pet cent of the inhab every citizen, and its succsess will
usual questions with intelligence the type is too large, it doesn’t con
“This sad event was hastened by itants arc native 1 orn Atm ricans. be a direct benefit to every section
not'poescssed by four-fifths of the tain enough rending matter; if the
Thii Hotel in new (Home, Rooms, and Fnrniture) and offer« cuurteowF;
male applicants and Judge Levy type is too small, they can’t read it. a severe attack of remittent ft ver,' The fight on the Civil Service of the West. The price will he 10
had no hesitation in awarding them. If telegraph reports are published, complicated with pharyngeal ca-1 ! law which is fa-ing made here got cents a copy, or ' 4.0-3 a year.
“I am sorry," said the court, some folks say they are nothing tarrh, resulting in the formation of' rather personal, this week when some
: n connection with the hotsi .
Our school house is still standing
“that 1 cannot confer upon you the but hashes up; if omitted, they an abscess in the throat, the sud-J I inquisitive- m-wspu|xT man while
on the corner of Mr. Jones’ lard,
right to vote, for you would make a say there is want of enterprise. If
' ment feut-d a copy of an order is- j “fenced in” and can any one an-
much better citizen every way than we put in a few jokes, folks say we promising earthly career.
Mr. Megiemere was favorably ' sued in 1863 dismissing Civil Ser swer the question—Where will
are nothing but a rattle-head; if we
known here by the older settlers of vice Commissioner Lyman from! Rev. Fancher preach next Thurs
omit jokes, they say we are an old
Wt, m h- «e Ttiir.it « are hereto atmexe l, herebv ;
the valley as an industrious and the army« He sent it to his paper day when he comes? He gave out mu’un’l. ft;rcean«i Mud eurselv'’’« ure ’o the* —Costs on
The B**at IlcpreaentatiFc City.
fossil. If we publish original mat
The Far East, represented by ter, they condemn us for not giving well meaning young man. The as a special and it .was telegraphed his appointment for this school ether «nd cur hc.r« eAecfiti.i« t !nlui«:rat< «e I —For local
and AKti^UB, to pay the amount« art opp. b > i ,I
New York city, is demanding the them selections; if we publish se- careful treatment and care that was ; back to a local paper. It was ho.v- house and if he gets there he will vUr reBpc« live names. SabianwuHiB to be paid ALD.
great World's Exposition of 1802: i lections, folks say we are lazy for bestowed upon him by his relatives, evere a rather short-lived sensation, most certainly have to climb a wire toaEinamc Commitiee cut siB-iitg of George
MrGuvian, A. J. Wi'B. n, H. C. Levena, D. A. AI.D.
Haun brothers, and especially as- a little Investigation at the War fence.—Malheur Gazette.
be held in that city, and gives in not giving what they have not read the
Cau’field, and J. C. Wuuley.
the untiring, unremitting attention dep.irtment brought another order
U iB hereby further agree-.! and understood by
numerable plausable reasons there in some other paper.
and between all the parties who Have liervunto
exhil.itt d by Mr?. l)ella lluin. was to light, revoking th-- first one and
that lays* ' j. i
for; if they gain the |>oint the guests
Harney Valley Grain.
aul.e< rilKd. that ibe amt uni r Biib«( rlbed shall
If we give a man a complimen
am uc-noruLlt: dis-
tu the ».etii’of ihe st : «« rtlxT, .’ ho ;:■?) fit’-. ,-| I't ' -----
of the United States from foreign tary notice we are censured for be-, appreci-ted by the entire c<immu'; grayling
Such a drouth as this of the pre fih&tl cv. n v. Latevei abxitB of s*tw k ¡»“id amettut
countries on that occasion, will go ing partial; ifwedo not, all hands nity, whose sympathy goes out to ciqi.rt-e Ityfa-vrn* unfair to make yent Sea. on. has never before in the .1 • ill lepreaent in the MaciHner\ fur Boring for ' already this
arc irt size a nd
Water, if said Mat bine be purchused by 'the
away duly impressed with the won say we are a great boor. If we in them in their- .1 cre iv. mylit. the siu-h attmi^<
bistory-of the Harney cotintry been peuplv. But, in case that & r« i«.'nable flow of hrowr; thrush,
derful resources, development and sert an article that pleases the la young man i cing ti-eii' favorite foV'b'l tii'riii^-jQryi«'’
wa»vr be not found* And the people full to pur the large end in
known, ami may never again.
I chase Ihe ’¡aibinc, thvp in that
hv as the thrush, tk
capital of New York, Boston, Phil dies, men become jealous; if we do
Elder George Pick, tt cmidtk ted • have jeat ied.of’.i»!>'J.istence of th» i Notwithstanding its severity, Amount hereiosu! h ribet! shall be r donation to let. but ¡in old 11
adelphia, and. perhaps, a city so i not, the papers is not fit to le in
a fund to t>e nsed for defraying the expense
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far westward as Cincinnati, and in , their houses If we attend church, the funeral services- and tin com st cund, I Ait that woMlfl hxvt spoiled how» ver the record was made for t- nt g i«»r ■- a’er.
future memory will revert to such I they say it is for effect; if we do munity in general turned out to pay his scnSiifiim, To the credit of the thè valley on the ranches of the H.
small territory whenever attention!,
Lui.xhurx A Pratt
most prominent opponent" f the
not, they denounce us as deceitful
J. r, wo.,>.
is attracted ^to this country—in I !ln(j desperately wicked, If we stranger The heart-felt thanks of Civil S.-i viee I^iw, be it said they .1. C. Wool«*
<• s>. Wi .’ox
I « - r.l « bi . F.
the I laughter» of* **»iu»k
I utils K ih h;e
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otht-r word«, their view of our vast ^,eak well of an act, folks «ay we the 1 ereaved re.ativcs are lit re: v ex oppose ill such m> tltods as that Jas.
n . h
I. V. it. Erttbrv?
amloah, a nunil^ j^H
republie will befroma strictly east- (,|are Ilot j0 otherwise; if we ccn- tended to all who rendered assist adopt: ■: l:v this ■•ensation monger, F. F. Sie-.u-er
istered at the J*
John W >aycr
•rn standpoint, which we of the sure they cnlI us a traitor. If we ance in the hour of nfiiittion “They are fighting' the law, not the Geu. McGowan
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i'. .M. JordiUi
Farewell, dear W.Uie, until, th gentleman who are . commissioners
M. N. Ee;<U;
West do not hesitate to assert is1 remain in the office and attend to
given > n
Rehteninn A* Vocgtly
A C. u••r’nij,gt.,n
sectional, therefore, selfish and liin-' business, folks say we are to proud trump shall sound that Lids the under th- law.
morning one of
J. i>. rthaw
little sleep; ,»'i’.*'lU-
The country willl reath freer now
to mingle with our fellows; if we go
C. M < al'.v eti, i p a gift
how to extingt,'!j'’j
We are proud of New York, for about a bit, they say we had better
M. I.. DoWhi'i
The above is relative to a man that the Treasury dep.irtim nt has
< . A. M. r ip .i
as a l»*1
New York is our largest American stay at home and get on with our well-known throughout this section ani.ouiicid through acting Secreta
M. M. < t.Ahij g
tln ir um! rel)«* ’
VurnB, Oreuun. Jab jxh,
metropolis, wealthiest city and a ci work. If we do not pay all bills of country as an agreeable, gentle ry Batcheller. that it will not per-
their heads unde’1
ty wherein the voice of the people promptly, folks sav we are not to manly. kin<lly-dis|K>sed young mar., mit
a fimmcial pahic during the
Isith can and will be heard when
— Prof Newell and family moved ST. FRANCIS'HE
Portland World: Ex-Gov Moodv
•a* trusted; if'we do pay promptly, it was generally known among his present administration. The ali
ever the time for them to apeak ar they say we stole the money.”
town ami took possession ol
friends, prior to the fire at Spokane noutici’iiient wM made to alhiy tile i has off» red to furnish seed for the
rives, but New York is the gate of
residence near the the conducted by th ’
Fal s, that "Billy Megiemere ha« fear caused by a newspaper report fanners down in Wasco and take
entrance to the Union as San Fran Ochoco Review: Parties from I gone to visit his mot her,"(to whom of a Wall street trust formed to the same quantity back when they school house on Tuesday last.
cisco is the gate of exit, and both ! Beaver bring rumor of a shooting j he has sent a copy of T he H erai . d either raise the price now being raise it.
—Malheur Gazette: Toni Morri BAKER CIT^~
greatly resemble coast cities of the j affray at Burns last week, in which since 1887) and when a letter was paid by the Treasury for bonds or
is the luckiest driver on the The eour*e of
Old World. In order to exhibit ' Abe Hostetter was said to have been expected from him telling of his to throw the country into a finan
One thousand soldiers from Forts Burns line. Last Friday he had Brsn.br»
lMtn>m«nt*l SU»*“ ,r< j
purely American cities and country killed’ If thi re is ai v thing in the' personal experience during that cial panic. The Wall street sharks
Vancouver, Walla Walla and Cœur two run aways with as ..............
many teams. branche* Crayon:
the stranger must reside in such ci report, the Harney papers, which event, rumor of his sudden death may quake in their boot*, or shoes,
d'Alène will be encamped on the Bud. Johnson says Tom —
»till on rh*r»r*.
ties as Chicago, St. Louis, M. u p ii:, ¡arrive (his evening, will proi ailv came instr.id, which is now con when they hear al out what this,
Siu.lir- will b*
Umatilla reservation within ten deck but not quite as good-looking For further pan1'u
Kansas Citv. or Denver.
¡give the particulars in full.
firmed bv the extract just quoted. brave acting Secretary has said,i dave.
j as before the run-aways.