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W ashington lettek . ' aiK] Reed won’t krow their tariff* ington and Roe, should be conclu-
—Constable—"Well. 1 guess, my
Bill when it get« buck from the sive. That the claims, adverse to
B-, you’ll m«k*' » K6011 juror i
! the State, should not have been per-
W ashington .* D. C.. July 24th 1890. S*-hate.
and I’ll just serve a subj»mna upon [
WEDNESDAY. Jl'LV £#. irf.
Society here is all st r ell ; p »vet1 The Democrat« Irt Congress are mitted to attach.
you, and keep you over for one day
the entrance of Mrs. Harrison in I 1 without a leader, it is true, but if stand such to have been his intan- anyhow.”
«nd the Presidential matters do not change soon some re- tibn. In the concluding paragraph
¡j._(Who has never been on a
family in general to th»* whirl of pul liean leaders will be with out of his decision of December 28, |
of Harney F Cm
r, is young and green about
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• Washington real estate speculation.
W e are now getting our mail oc-
suppressed discortent in the r»-pub- ¡the list No. 5, of the Lakeview dis- »
It will Le remembered that a short TiL'an
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if the Jingo
can-1 cause he has been away from home
tasionally over the Ontario line, for
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, HATS C ap «
while ag<> this estimable ludy, in de-1----- «—
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onvKiii« Intrpf hoillt-)
which tho contractor, wo presume, fending her acceptance of the Cape statesman
BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, II a T i B w ;;
e*. r concludes to run a celled ami that list set aside. It some time anil anxious toget home) I
STOVES. TINWARE, CROCKERY, (U AMstw
thinks we should le very thankful. ] Mav Cottage as a gift, went out < f¡campaign of hi« own it will be appears from your report and also “No, not I am unxious to get home
PAINTS. OILS. GLASS, PUTTY, THE CBm*1
The rule of the government in L. r »fay to attack ex-Presidei.t' warmer weather than it is at preaent, from a report from the district of-j and besides I know noth g
SULTANA RAZORS, AND “IXL" CUTLERY u,
letting contracts to the lowest bid ¡CTetekhd for the pdrehase of Oak I for some people who are beginnii.g fleers at Lakeview—in which dis- at out the case; never ear o
CIGARS—AND A THOUSAND OTHER art ,"
der is, we presume, the I eiter plan, View his summer home near this toth:uk that they are “bigger than trict a portion of land embraced in
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION
but there are exception« to all ruler. ¡city. The charge was inferentially [old Grant.’’
said list five is situated—that about sufficient.”
"B ob ”
Con.—(Tickled clear down to|
Men, and especially it is the case:
126 entries and filings have been
I made that Mr. Cleveland had used
In regard to the routes on the front-;
Co ui tn U u icat ion.
1 his official standing to advance the
ier. are so aht to offer l ids very i
! was one he had found it a very diifi-
1 interests of a Real Estate pool, and For T ub H kra I'»:
Ila» alway« been iuy mu l*>, ami I intend to umin nhi niyg^
much ur.def the actual worth of!
' cult matter to get an eligible jury)
she incidentally lagged in the state-
A communication received from Armington and Roc. Such claims
carrying the mail, thinking they j
! ment that her people would riot en- the "Red-S.” people, states that the were allowi-d under the provisions I ‘Oh, you will do; wo will risk that
may make Bonn thing out of it by |
J gage in buying any summer houses, citizens in that part of our great of circular of December 13, 1886, part of it.” And our fr.end. B., was
neglecting their duty; putting on j
! presumably however, although she empire were very jubilant over a which requires the applicant to duly installed ns a juror in the
poor stock, po r conveyances.:
¡did not a<ld it, because itiseheaper recent decision rendered in their swear that the land in its natural case, his first experience in the ju
and evading the contract in every '
Io have other people buy One and favor by Commissioner L. A, Groff, state is not swamp or overflowed ry business, but the joke was fo
manner, and Ly somt hook or cro .k
then take it as a gift, Queer, of the General land office, Wash ivith'n the meaning of the grant, good the constal le couldn’t keep it
get the full amount c»f pay fur work
etc., which affidavit must be cor- ■and B’s numerous friends did not
TOILET ARTICLES, GLASS, PUTTY
though, is it not, that at the very ington, D. C.
tiot half done.
ro’ crated by two witnesses. Then* ! allow him to soon forget his first
moment the president’s wife was
This decision, although not very
Why not the goverment retain
flinging out uncalled for criticisms
sweeping in its force, is, neverthe f»»re, 126 applicants together with excuse to get clear of setting on n
the right—which perhaps it does—
against Mr. Cleveland’s action in less, one of the great victories won i their witnesses have impeached the jury. B. is now a resident of Har W. 15 GRACE, P roprietor ,
to reject any or all bids? And if
c<>rrectn^iu(^fatheo report of the ney valley, and told me the joke
buying Washingtoh Real Estate by the bona fide settlers.
the government realty desires to
she had in her pocket, if she hail
The general government was pe special ajfc..’ It is 4icse claims, himself.
accommodate its subjects Jon the
A Largo Assortment of
her business dress on. the deed to titioned, and the Secretary of the thus allowed, that 'this office is
frontier, it should knoiv itself of;—
either by sending Rome one to *x-
the applicants a hearing. It is not
We made Borne remarks in last
FINE CUTLERY. KOTiGKS, [(
amine the route or reliablellifurina- many speculative suburbs of Wash affidavits and other doeumehts, supposed that such a large number
week’s issue with regard to a crazy
Has just been Received.
tion gotten from parties living on
of persons have sworn falsely in Indian that W. W.'Johnson, Depu
the different lines—the actual condi was n great I ig silver dollar. Not j for cultivation, until on December cbnnection with their claims, aud i
ty U. S. Marshal, had inhischarge.
tion, and cast of carrying the mail only this, investigation shows that ■ 27, 1888, Secretary Vilas revoked i such affidavits conflict with ths re
What was published about his.
over the routes, and let the contract
lands—Red-S.—cancelled and set[P°rtofthe 6peeial agents, I am of being kept in a box stall and fed
in accordance with its judgment,
*n orfl®r t0 deter on hav, etc., and Wm. WoodB: gob PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMP
based on the information gained White House to paper the wall on the whole list aside.
of the land, bling on his new clothes, was just 1'JF“ Everything guaranteed pure and of the very best
through the channel above mo«-- one side of a house, the holders ry, promulgating his decision, has j ! hearings 3hould be had. In view
simply a -'jo8h”onthe parties in
thereof being the Harrison family, ruled that said-list 5 be separated
of all the facts presented, the mo terested, written with the intention
If contractors are well ppid, they I
“1st. All those land3 certainly of tion or request of the attorneys, of correcting the same in this week’s
wil! put good stock on the route, father, sister ahd for'all I know
above referred to, is denied.
and good vehicles, hence the ac cousins and aunts, and even down the character contemplated in the
The facts of the case we will now
commodation will be good and par
Crop-Weather Bulletin No 16
The Indian was brought to
ties desiring to see the public do-
E. K. TAYLOR, - - -
Of ths Oregon Weather bureau, co town, pronounced by a board of
'main on the frontier, a distance
operating with U. S. Signal Service,
“2d. A list of those lands, em Central Office Portland, Oregon. physicians to be insane, and W. W.
This large and commodious Hotel has been generallv
from the railroad, will feel Safe in tho owners have been booming it
vated. The Proprietor wil. spare no paint to please hit
making the trip, knowing that the for all and more than it is worth for bracing some 20.000 acres, deter For the week ehding Saturday^ Johnson authorized to take him to
stages are easy going and comforta
rw-G ood table service, and tablet furnished with til cw|
place to Bbnffre the Indian, until he
ble, the horses good ones and well bring the Presidential Family in as for cultivation, without artificial
In the western portion of the Could arrange his business matters
fed, and thereby getting rid of the investors. It is a land speculation, drainage, which lands were restored
to the public domain by office let- State the temperature waB below at home for the trip to the asylum,
night-mare that haunts every trav
‘K’ of January 18, 1889.
the normal, in the central portion he put the Indian in the saddle
eler on the frontier, that is: “hav
‘‘3d. A list of those tracts of land about normal in the eastern portion room of the stable kept by Wm.
ing to work his passage." If a pas as the most of Mrs. Harrison's land
senger has to walk up the mount is designated as marsh land and the character of which is doubtful, above the normal. Temperatures Woods, the second night of his con
BURNS OSCULATING T «IBRA
ains and hills, and ns le through the value fixed at $21,783. The embracing about 58,<X>0 acres, was of 90 or more occurcd in Umatilla, finement, he made his escape thro’
every mud-hole, on account of the I nwmrs of the property on the 23d prepared, and a re-examination in Baker and Malheur counties. In the window.
When the Indian was brought io
team-not being able to pull him, opened up with a great flourish ft ■ the field was made by Messrs, western Oregon the temperature
town, he was in rags and very dirty.
IN THE It ERALO BLILPING.
and when riding is seated on an cafe, or last chance house, at the Amington and Roe, who made a was below 83 end above 46.
Generally partly cloudy weather Mr. Johnson h id him take a bath
old buckboard, probably on a dedication of ivhich the White I joint report, October 28th, 1889."
MRS. GRACE,............................... Loaasl.x,
trunk or box, riding over rough House had a full representation. I After the appointment of Secre- prevailed; no rain is reported to in Silvies river, then clothed him Object of opening th:« bvilnr«« In vont «"I m wKh the rre» R.-adtna Boo« is
decently, which made such a dif tuno« for purt bulttK book« for a rubile Library for biihi»—T.!»e loi L.r ikr leciti»
roads, exposed to the storm or hut ■ This is the story as seen on thesnr- I tftry Noble, in the Interior depart- have fallen.
TERMS: Meml eraltlp Fee sr n .ear. Reaôing Fee l»e. Dep. ai. of Z-tc. or kat.li
ference in his appearance as to oultal
or Book, mat.e with thö Librar.an, lit every i> ft huí v . f>eud for i ntnkgue.
* suq, without any covering, aud if
Çy The Libi arlan ia ajcchl furami will take ^u¡ •< íivücni at the l.arttlM
The weather conditions have been cause remarks by most every one | l'Hçal.
the distance be one or two hundred interviewer and apply the criticism, appeal through Messrs. Brinton &
and order anv Bo. k. piiHUMiea in Hie ¿vim a.ate« a i aliata. AiK». ilw
Never u session of Congri‘83 passes Gray, asking Secretary Noble t-> extremely favorable to growing who saw him when first brought to Bis lare«, Workb of Art, House Euiluiug Dialing, Lie.
miles, you can readily imagine
without a serious controversy over set aside, or modify his predeces crops and to harvesting operations. i town and after he was clothed in
wh>t his or- her.fuelingsaro.
director Powell and tho appropria sor’s ruling. The Re»l-S. settlers The hay crop has about all been decent apparel.
tions for hi« geo'ogical survey. At wcra represented by their attorneys housed and it has been more ’than
The Indian was again taken on
W hat is it to “rizzle?” Why present the Senate is bard at it on Messrs. Herring & Harrison, of
day following the night he made
' was anticipated; both quantity and
it is to prolong life; when you riz account of the irrigation survey. . ■ Washington City, who asked that
I quality are aboutfun average. Late his escape, and W. W. Johnson
zle volt do nothing but exist, you The size of this difficulty, outside of the motion of Brinton »t Gray be
! wheat is filling well, th* meshes left Burns with him on the morning
■neither move, think, nor act. “How its pecuniary features, is that direc dismissed. Messrs. Brinton A Grav
are quite large, the berry large and ! of the 25th.
F. E. B each . President,
I W m . M c F all , Trenti
delightful tho ftensation must be?" tor Powell has been so anxious, to on the other hand maintained that
E. II vgues , Vice-President,
plump. The spring wheat will
I W. F. B rownton , S k
How oan the sensntion be delight prevent speculators from grubbing th»1 attorneys for the people had no
Gen. Fremont died, in New York
make a much better crop than was
ful, when you neitherkhink, move. 1 the arid lands that he has grabbed right to bfe heard, etc., etc. The
ex.nected. Early wheat harvest is City, July 13, of perctonitis; aged
uor act? To rizzlo must l e some all of it himself, thereby keeping people's attorneys were finally rec
in full blust and the yield is fully 78.
<«-i. ist of Directors and Stockholders at the uffici of th«
thing similar to the life a majority actual settlers from securing homes. ognized ill the case, and Secretary
an average or more so. The entire
of scientists insist on gi ving to the In other words he has “segregated” Noble has sustained his predessor’s
J. D. Shaw,
There is a wide difference be.
wheat crop this year bids fair to be
sponge. A sponge never dies, but about all tho Dtlblic lands left for ibeeisioH.
larger than ever before. Thousands
spends its time—if you can apply settlement and proposes to main
Accordingly Messrs. Phelps, of acres ih Umatilla and Union ours. There is no such craze for
tirAe to a sponge—in “rizzling.”
tain his holdings while his scientif Zachv and McKinney, of Washing counties will average from 35 to 40 patent medicines there as here, end
How would it be to be a sponge ic peip’e get up a scientific descrip ton City, highly reputable attor
bushels per acre. The average there is nothing like the American
and spend your time arguing ion of the water surrounding of tl e neys, were employed to assist
NEAR Hl’IlNS, OREGON.
number of bushels of wheat per acre inclination for everv man to I e his
whether or not you belong to tin- country, the first cost of which is Messrs. Brinton and Gray, wh<
will generally be secured, this to own doctor. An English drug i t
JNO. W. SAYER
animal or vegetable kingiloin—but said to be $7,0(k).000,00, and can I o brought in a motion, or request to
gether with the increased acreage sell» face powder, cologne, soap, I
■you could not argue, all y ¡u <ould completed sometime in the course Commissioner Groff, in which mo
will produce the increased yieli . tooth-brushes, patent pills, and the
K®ert censtantly on hand a larga ato< k «f
du would bo to “rizzle."
of a hundred years.
tion iliev wanted the Commtahmer Barley, rye and oats are promising like; but his main huisness is put--
Brother towns-men how would it
Those who wa: t this land open to to understand the dicision concern good yields. The weather has been ting up prescriptions. lie has no
do for the whole town to get on a settlement nt once have a tough job ing this land in away favorable to
cool for corn, though in Wasco no clientele of men wh,» drop in for I
‘•rizzle" for two or three weeks'.’ on hand. I have heard Powells abi the State grantees.
county it is doing very well. In a little aromatic spirits of ammonia
Would it lie glorious or inglorious? lity as a scientist questioned many
A mung other things they nrg-ied : Benton county some varieties of after a night of dissipation, or f*»r |
Would it be nice, delightful, etc.,? a time but nobody ever questioned I ; 1st. That as the »Secretary did
early peaches are ripe. In Jackson acid phosphate after too mum smok-
But how wouhi you know anything | his ability as a congressional loi •' not order any entries I or filings
r.l ■county the 2d c-op of alfalfa is be- ) ing, or of tincture of iron and sc
AU kinds ut «urtar« lumber thoroughly srusoned for L-efblma purvwsat
«bout the sensation? All you couhi I bvist. lie gets hold of a good deal ¡lowed on the 5.S.000 acres of Ian 1 |
I ing cut and the yield unusually ! manv grains of quinine, or a glass
do would b.-just to “rizzle, rizzle, of money to spend every year, but > considered doubtful, and such til-;
heavy. Aliout Hardman, Morrow of Calisa va for a tonic or a ten «noon-;
rizzle," or “arongo, sponge, sponge ” lheie is a kind of reciprocal arrange- ¡ng ami entries having been per-'
county, grass-hoppers are doing I ful of bicarbonate of sedn tn t ffset '
Oh, Ia»rd deliver us from the spong«* inent in it after all. «• the director, mitted should be cancelled.
! constderallb damage. Sweetcorn,! too heartv a meal. AB that which |
Jife, and, nl«o, the rizzle kingdom ! in return organizes numerous little i 2d. That the report of Arming
peaches and melons are now being so enriches our druggists is un ' N.
R. A Good ’•'»ad all the wav.
outing parties for the Rocky Motin- ton and Roe lie conclusive,
known in England. The Americans |
shipped from The Dalles.
tains Cunvon« in which pretty near-
3d. That the land in question be
The plum and prune crop is large. I in London last summer found this
K tatisti . s prove the sea safer to
ly all his aids or ftesistants are the re-approved and patented to the - The codiin moth is doing damage, out to their cost One of them told
live on than the land. The late sons or other relative« of Senators . State.
i-specially in the Willamette valley, I me that ho bad this (nicer experi
Mr Thomas Gray of the Board of and representatives in Congress.
! All entries and filing should be ; spraying the trees is proving I cne- ence. He asked a druggist for a
Trado Marine Depaitment, lamdon,
The radical element of the repub cancelled! That means all the ev-! , flcial.
d-a ight of iron nn»l quinine.
wr.trs: “I have always conl< tided, lican party are not nearly so anxious
W m . W oods , M anager .
idence, sworn testimony and valua-1 Front every section of the State! "Oh. we can’t give yon that with
and am more than ever confirmed to hasten the consideration of im
i ble documents forward»-«! should l>e I ■ come reports of good crops.
out a prescription, you know.” the I ARGES TSTABLF. AND RARN IN THE HARNEY C
in it that ft man is safer at sea than portant buisneM, like the tariff as
eanei-lled. That is the people’s
B. 8. I’ agle ,
anywhere else, in a fairly good ship, they were tefore Biaine exploded
The American persisted, but the
pro] • ly mm ned, a nd curefull» j his reciprocity boombshell. Blaine
Water, an d Cor/ivter.t Pen ics.
I druggist was firm.
1 io the Waste basket!
Tr.l« Slab!«, st b « fnR Hier» a.-», mr-i «*«»t, r.. itufw« »,, a | IK.rK«. l««rZlrll
havigaltd, as the vety great major • and the Democrats is a combination I
“Wi ll, can von give me an ounce
jty of British merchant ships are.” I Hwy dreaii to meet. It is well ! Commis«ioner Groff's decision:
ti « m « czt«.
Thste are some fears of a dipt hr-
“The revocation of of the appro
The deata-rate of s.nlore is un known that the Secretary of the State
ria epidemic in Prineville.—Prine “Yes. sir "
der twelve per thousand; t it- loss I went oft in a hiiff, firmly behiving
embraced in the 3d list, mentioned I
Burns-Canyon Stage Line.
“And two two-grain quiuine pills?
of life by ships reck is al out a quar that under Reed and McKinley hi«
alore, in th«* same attitude as an I
I. J ewitt , P ho / prietor .
ter of this; in fact, there are mon party is going to ths 'demnition I
A few days ago a woman was
t«avr« Snr: • ,»■ Mositav« w»lany»- «. «rd Frtea- «. at* • •
liws lost among miners from acci
fined, at Emporia, Kansas, for using
t^O'naena «i»h-ha OMario, Priuevills. and
ata««*, at H»r»a •
» ow-fcows.” But lheissue With the
liui a f-.t |M«aa (tra.
dent than an. n sailor-*, m d many Repu> lit an« d»x s i.ol depend any for*, p:irti»-s who entered or tile*! on profane language, and a preacher with a little water in it?
same tracts, should l-e granted the was sued for hie board bill.
more smi-ig railway employ e<«
, more upon priin ipLs, instead it is same privilecea and rights they'
Having all these thing, the Amer
With regard to the g o. rul deal! •
, i question of difference between would have possessed hai the
dropped a dozen drops of iron
raU, the fact that sailors, as a rul- ’
Blame and R»ed, for wh .tev r the list never !><•» :i ap*»r< v d The nt* men working at the front on their tn the water, and took that and the
ate healthy wh-n th y In-gin their
first iianud espouses the latter l - tirne-. s f»r the RMÍgnee« of the road, but tliere is no visible signa of pellets down with a gulp. The
trade, ai d rcti c from it I e'vit vid
, sure tu critlris« mid op]M»se State, arglle'th t it rm the inten- many thousand men being cm druggist looked on with keen inter-’ O hin ESF A.NO
*ge incapaciti a them for i.tl.it
I Blaine, however, although oi»L lea- ti<»n of the IL n Secretary of the ployed on the line this waror prob e»t. and then said, verv gravrlv;
work, must have a considerul le
and Varie < •
«linjl the minority of his partv.
“Do y«» know. I call that very
ah ia town.
I examine the *r*tv arrav of
and, probaldy, misleadi.tg ii.tiuenci- stems t<> hold the whip hand, and Interior that the lands of d mbtful ability of the road reaching bunch-
i-har... •» r *-!i.»i>!d remai:» statu •»»»'», grass (dr a few years to come.— neat. It is Very neat indeed”-*-1
Raitvi able Prfc ea for <'«ah
E« dew.r twtitli c.' .’«ar'a Dard* «rr •»•»**
ou the ligtjrvs.
tri m preatnt it.dicaikua McKinley and that the r«p«Mt ef a„enta, Zrui* Ochocu Review.
Ju Iran Ralph, in liarpet'a Weekly.-
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