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pense than they could if a hearing1
Coniinlssiouei '» I.cr.s-r.
popularity of the idea and have at
was had for n tract of land in one
I am in receipt of a motion filed township to be followed by one for
tempted to take advantage of it.
The democrats have this week by Messrs. Brinton end Gray, "t u tract in another, and perhaps in
WEDNE-.PAV SEPTEMBER I7.IW».
been engaged in justifiable fiilibus- thia city, ti e 16th ult.. asking that distant township- You are also
téring to prevent the seating of two proceeding in cases where you have authorized to consolidate *uch
AV. C IIVRO.
negro contestants whom the major ordered hearings to determine the hearings provided both parties
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ity of the committee on Election* character of land claimed bv the stipulate so to do On Nov. 1,
have unjustly decided were entitled State of Oregon under the swamp 1889, Messrs. Brinton and Gray
T he lute diug’-aeeful rows on the
seals held by democrats. It the land grant, be summarily slipped: tiled in this office a similar motion
floor of the Hull* of 11 pr-seuta-
Dealer in General Merchar
will persist in their dir that you had no authority to order! and I am informed that the as
lives, which is both ilisgrae Til! ni.d
AT THE OLD STAND,
contemptible, are repul lican The
signees of the State have, in some
ouorum uf their ow n members pres proceeding are a nullity 1 hev al instances, failed to appear at the
national disgrace of siicTi proceed
B ihns , H arney C o ., O beso *
so, ask that hearings ordered by
ing is not snn.ll, neither is it unim-1 (|1r.nAr.t>,s wvhhington iuttkk . ent to do it.
hearings on aocount of pendency of
Oi»r |unn«nse r»ll »nd Winter Stuck will coBaeeceu
this office be const lidated as much
portant that the sjienker. tl|e olli-
,> W ashington . D.C. Sept. loth.
rial guardian of the diunitv of the
. n; k schedule of the new tariff bill will as possible, in order to save time
To see the jollification in which rob the sugar planters of Louisiana and expense to all parties in inter idearlv shown that the default was
Portland Zxchange Sold, County Scrim J
House, should practically condole
occasioned by reason of such mu-,
“ ’ :.
the republicans are indulging over of more than u million dollars a est.
'having re-elected Speaker Reed year which will go into the pockets
They allege that the report of,
Mr Carlisle, the late democrat
der a new hearing ill order to allow !
from a district where there is noor- i of the members of the sugar trust.
the special agents is onclusive ex
ic speaker, no one of any party will
all parties an opportunity to sub-1 I
1'anized democratic opposition, one
If the conference committee to cept in cases where settlers have
attempt to deny his parliamentary
init evidence that will enable this!
which the tariff bill has now gone initiated at or prior to date of ex
al ility and h’s sense, c.........
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to arrive at a determii ation
;ed a majority of the next House allows October 1, to remain as the amination in the field, and that
ty to the House, saved the country
true character of the land
■and secured a mortgage on the d.ite for the new tariff bill te go in such settlers, alone, can be heard j
from any shame so great as that
It must be expressly understood
Presidential chair for four years to effect, and it throws the country : to call in question the correctness of
allowed by Speaker Reed, and no
i however, that the above instruc
I from March 4, 1893. Let them re into a financial panic, ns tire bank such report.
«ffort madebv him to avert. An im
ll'itl lilllCtì th'
tiotis are not intended to apply to
member that "he who laughs last ers of New York say it will, owing
TOILET A II T I C I. E S, G L A 8 8, p UTlfct«”
The tinding,of the special agents
pulsive outburst made by un irri-1
hvr ut Burnì
to the unu«t)aj demand on the] if questioned, are no more conclu
tated member,-however vile, is less
uuri, and an
The adulation which Mr. Reed is part of importers for money to get sive than are the decisions of the List No. 5, for the reason that an
. i • "j. «.na M
astonishing than its protection by
now receiving here from members their imported goods on of the , district laud officers in ordering appeal from office decision ot July W. E (¡RACE. P roprietor ,
uri pi performa
tue Speaker, In points of good
I of his party is absolutely sickening bonded warehouses before that contests. Such examination and II, 1890, relating thereto, was de
parliamentary ability and respect,
He is naturally vain and self con date, the responsibility will be with report bv agents arc made merely nied Aug. 26, 1890, and the par
no «peaker has ever so profoundly
ceited, but since Ins return he is the republican party. They have for the purpose of enabling the De ties aggrieved are entitled to avail
A Large A «sort inent of
disappointed public expectation.
worse than ever; be struts around been warned, and if trouble ensues partment to arrive at a correct con themselves of the provision of Ruh I
A more arbitrary or unscrupulous
with bis head thrown back and his the people of the country will know clusion as to the character of tile : 85, of Practice.
partisan speaker never sat in the
Flfc'E CUTLERY. NOTIONS,]—
chest expanded looking exactly 1 ¡where to place the Idameforit.
land. The department is not
Locis A. G roff ,
chair. His actions as a speaker
Has just been Received.
like a barn yard turkey-gobbler
bound by such a report, as the Sec-1
has given him a personal notoriety
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which, otherwise, he would not en
PHYSICIANS’ PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY fi.rfg win*
hi» re election as not only an
joyed, but it coat him a reputation izards
- , .
i.i Of the Oregon u eat her bureau, co- that lie may adopt any limans he
Demorest’s Ma jazinc.
Everything guaranteed pure and of the vervb^H^^I
chooses to arrive at a correct con
of which any American might have
* li Ing. wash j
hty « hargtl
endorsement of his presidential as-! por the week ending Saturday, 555. See also 1 he decision of the a perfect liinner: seasonable, tempt- J
« year fr
i pirations. and the turning down of Sept. 13tb, 1890.
Hon. Secretary in the case of YVm
t Court re
■W hen war was waged to! a certain gentlemen who has for I
' D. Jor.es, et. al vs. State of Oregon. course perfect in itself, with dainty '
all bi t
prevent States from seceding , many years been supposed to car-
About normal temperature pre-' Oct. 5, 1888 [not published ]
entrees and entoements to give zesif
I’ iu P m BH b
was ended, the Government for | i j rv the vote of the State of Maine vailed during the week. In various
The district land officers, in my and piquancy, the whole affording!
the shameless purpose of perpetua-1, i around in liis vest pocket—J ilues ’ sections frosts were more frequent I opinion are authorized under Rule such pleasure and satisfaction that i
ting its power, it falsely and con- , G. Blaine. By the wav, it is no-i and of greater severity, though the ' 4, of the Rules and practice, to or it leaves a desire for a repetition of .
jj q \S3
trary to the principles upon which ticeable that among all telegrams I period for any serious damage being
! der hearings iri cases where claims the feast. This is the care wi’hl
the war was waged, declared that ' ol < o igralulaliou received by Mr done lias passed.
; are initiated on lands covered by Demorest’s Family Magazine foi |
. County C<
the rebelling States were not mem ! Reed there was not a word from Mr.
There was no rainfall report swamp land selections prior to the October, just received; when one!
: This House has a wide and well known name, and un gon,
bers of the Union, deprived them , i Blaine.
! eertifieati in for approval i f such has read it all through (and every I in-.-nt of the present proprietor
SI IF |FI IUIMI it «V is is bound
i«» go furth-r
i ui lilcr IIM
of self-government, exercistd mili 1
Representative Cooper proved i The wnds have-been light, gener- ' selections.
one who takes it up will do sojthere 1 1 fame and renown, F
No pains spared to please gutli
tary despotism over them, estab that Lemon, the pension att aney, I : ally from the northwest. The morn-
Rule 4. of Practice, authorizes is a desire to begin at the I eginning
, vinous ai
lished the rule of the bayonet, fu '.- whoendorsedL'oiiimissioner Ratlin's | ings have been partly cloudy or fog
him one gn
i the Register and Receiver to order and enjoy it all ove«r again.
verted their civil powers, deprived notes for «12,000 the day after gv, the atmosphere is becoming
The October number takisusvis-j
■ hearings in al) cases w here the en
.ZVtteiriti-vo ¿xndrr’ *“*
the inhabitants of civil and politi Raurn made a ruling that put more more filled with smoke from forest
¡try ha.- not been perfected only and ¡ting again, this time to the palatial |
cal rights, anti finally set up car than 1200.000 in Lemon’s pockets, j fires. The coast and Willamette
i no certificate has been issued as a resi ler.ee of Senator Hearts of Cali- ■
petbag government, put the ballot had committed a forgery more than j v dley are mo e free from stm.l.c
basis for a patent. Il is only where fornia; and when one lias looked £W“Good table service, and tables furnished with »IlJM
in the ..hands of the negro, and twenty years ago in this citv and ¡than the other sections. A few
! a certificate or basis for a patent , through the manifii'cn* illustrations, j
through his ignorance and preju h d been therefor disbarred f orn ! leaves have begun to fall, a lew
I has been i.-suc l that hearings must 'one feels quite al home •‘upstairs i
dice and the criminal repacity of practice before a Government de i varieties lire coloring, showing toe
'and downstairs and in my l.alv'si
i be ordered from this office.
I! p.iblicxui leaders, plunged the partment, and that the patent upon rapid approach ot autumn,
In swampland matters in Ore- ! chamber.’’ The young folks will:
already impoverished country into which the Refrigerator company ofl
j gon, the tjact claimed must be c:c- ! all be interested in "The Game ofl
three hundred millions of useless which Raum is president and Rep
Grain harvest is over; the crop i atnir.ed in the field by agents, aft- r i Golf for Ladies.” which is quite new !
j on this side of the water; and old I B urns osculating Iji^^
debt. After peace was restored rcsentative Sawyer, to whom has is generally threshed ni <1 hauling
and young will rea l with interest:
* v r\
.■ .ui .i
and wl.en the people were borne I ecu delegated the task of electing; to warehouses, mill. &c is now in
down by debt, 1 lir lened I y heavy Representative McKinley, isalarge progress. Good crops of extra go-d mitted to the Secretary fur apnrov-' and profit t lie curious facts about!
taxes, levied to maintain the war. stock holder, was a worthless fraud ltUalitv of w heat, oats and hay are al. After approval the list of lands g animals embe-died in "Disguises in
IN TUE II ERA LU BUILDING.
i so approved partakes of the nature Animal Life,” ami soft-shell crabs
itdoublul import duties, increased I efore the republicans of the white I s
generally reported to have been s. - of a certificate or l asii fo. pati .4. wj||
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jnvpsfc¿ wjt|è a npw jn|erest
internal taxes, contracted the vol washing committee got their heads [,
Object of < F<-r>tnK fills blirilxM in connect Un with I he Free ICeadinkKesigMf^H
for u labile Library f.,r burli»—‘rhelvlfurlVIq’1 '-’r •*
ume of currency, demonetized sil together and decided not toinvesti ;
Fruit drying is in progress. The L. D,, 279] relating to
I'ee 112 n ie»r. Reudina Fee 10c. l)ep.ait
Vi r. required greenbacks. 1 ends gate the private business affairs ofl
Armor-Wearers." 1 n fact, every : ,,di TERMS:
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prune crop was large, of good quali lands, uroviucs:
1 lie I Ibrnrhi i is uir.-nt f. r sud w III lake Fai »- rip'ion st il>rL.> «^^Hfl
and obligations to be paid in gold, Raum. The nejoritv of the com j
page is as good as it can be. Dem I
ty and in demand. The onion crop I 1st.—For entry by settlers of
, I 1,11 "t-»"d
_____ <-t tarn«. .<>
' .«.k. puiiinneu
pnblishen in th«
fhe i r nlied
ailed 1 biu.es
and thus fictitiously depreciated mittee may whitewash until dooms- !
ore-t s J- amity Magazine is the ideal : laiiuri». w„rk, uf An. I!»u»r-l:uiuiug liesUui. Etc.
or i.. ui«
is being nulled. Potatoesare ready I lands «elected as swamp.
the value of money, debts bonds, lav, I tit it will not change the ver- .
to be dug. they are generally ol
and securities and multiplied the diet of "gully ns indicted,” which 1
more than average in quantity, any entry er filing in accordance! But this month there is a special
wealth of tlu; bond holder, money
attraction: the now List of Club Pre-
lender and creditor, and increased the unprejudiced public lias found quality and size. Some hops are with rule 1. the Register and lie-‘ ■ miums. Not only is there a host of
the burdens of the debtor and the ! against the Commissioner of I’en- already being hauled to the marke Oliver will notify the Governor,'
distress of of the po< r.
inn, and Mr. Harrison will retain In Marion Co. hops are active at thereof, and allow him 60 days ' I j handsome as well as useful articles
offered, incllll ing material for an
him in office at the peril of bis par 32 cents per pound. Grapes ¡r within which to of ject to the [
I” ' | elegant silk dress, but the more
The above is a plank in the Dem ty. It is stated quietly by republi ripening. The vines are very fet tion of the entry end to apply
ocratic platform of Nevada.
cans that Mr. Harrisor. would have1 healthy and are bearing heavily. for a Leasing in behalf of the State. ■ I than liberal offer is made that if
F. E. R each . President,
Wif. M c F all .
, this generous list does not include
ughes , Vice-President,
i W. F.
How true are the charges made demandi d the resignation of Ramn | ! The grape yield in Jacksons Co. is
3d—When a hearing i« orderei
At the beginning and during the before this if the Congressional elec- : ' unusually large. The corn crop in the burden of proof will be upon I tbs thing or things desired, the pros
rebellion, the U. S. government , lions were not so near, and that af-' 1 fair. The general yield of grain the State to prove the swamp-,- ' pective getter-up of a club mav
write to the publisher stating what
argued that no State had a consti- I ter Raum gets his coat of w hite i ' in Sherman, Wasco and adjoining character ef the land.
iM^Lisl of Directors and Stockholders at theoffic**’
' would be liked better, and special
J. D. SlJ
tional right to secede, th Tefore. did wash and the elections are over he' b ounties was larger than expected
4th.—When no protest or appli
not rcciignizc the States in the re will be compelled to resign.
j Through the sections south of the 1 cation for hearing is filed, the! I terms will t o made for the coveted
Has Mr Harrison the back! one Blue mountains grain and hay Stale will li deemed excluded' I article. The offer is unprecedented,
bellion as seceded States, but Ivld
thing from a paper of needles
to the principle .that not having to carry out tlu- threat be made of crops are unusually good. Forest f.om th-reaftcr asserting anv claim I anv
the right to recession, they were vetoing the River and Harber Lili fires are quite extensive, though m t l 1 under the grant to tlu land etc., : I * io the complete furniture of a house
being obtainablo without paying out
still in the Union an l a part and if the «5,000,000 of Senate amend- so great as in former yeara.
' and 7th the district officers are re-1
parcel of the Union, n'cogmz si and ; mi nts w. re agreed to? We shall
There will be issued from the qiiir.d to report to this office when i cent!
counted as sneb) even going so far soon know, the Senate amendments icentral office in a few days, a ciy notice was given the Governor in Published by W..Jennings Demorest
as to admit representatives into were agreed to, and the bill is now ' !cular, asking for information rela- anv case, d scribing the land and 15 E,.-t 14tli St., N. Y.
NEAR BVKN8. OREGON.
congress from the seceded States, . in his hands.
i live to the grain and fruit yields i f stating date of notice and. also, t e
New York Sept. 11.—The New: JNO. W. SAYER
provided their political priciples, The democratic Senators like the state this year, and it is hoped Governor’s actions in euh cise.
Tribune pays that Captain-]
coincided with that of the govern- most members of the party I elieve that those reeeivinijjjhe same may
TlnrListtinrvistnn in iaid cir u-
in tin- principle of reciprocity and answer promptly, fully and compri- lar. was necessary in order 11 guard General llolavecjii of Cuba proposes ■
Then mark you st the dose nt would Be glad to see it extended to hensively The quantity, quality against the pessilditv of ¡certifying I to rid the island of bandits. The j
Keep« connfantly on hand a lRrre«t<*k*f
the war. as Nevada says, "for the every country which buys our pro and average yield of the crops, in for approval, a tract up(>n which most powerful bandit chieftain is I
shameless purpose ofjicrpctuating ducts or sells us theirs, but they Oregon, in 1890. should be put on a conflicting claim might have at Manual Garcia, who sign's himself l
its power, it falsely and contrary to want none of the so called recipro record.
tached, as the posting of ent ies , G.ircia, the tint King of the Coun-]
the pnciplcs upon which the war city which is contained in the Al-
I’>. S. P ague ,
and filing» upon the tract look at try. People and of Nearly the!
was waged, declared the retelling fdrieh amendment to the tariff bill,!
Observer. U. S Signal Service. this office is frequently several Whole Island of Cuba.” Gareia I
States weye not member« of the which puts it in the jaiwer of the
months in arrears. Tnere is notl receives a monthly assessment from ;
Uniort.” Kicked these same States , President to close our purts against
...... and J merchants, to whom
The distance traveled l y Stanley ing in the circular, of Dec. 1 I?, [ I planters
out so ns todeprivc them < t'« lf-gov- friendlv nations whenever it may in the interior of Africa is estimat 18 f 6. r *.............
promises immunity from his de
that prohibits district land .
eminent, knowing, of .course, they lie his pleasure so to do, and that ed by him at 5 4'H) miles, of which
All kinds of eurfere lumber thoronwhlr ecmoned fur I
otlicvrs from ordering healings in predations. and occasionally he re-1
were largely democratic, the South makes it possible for combinations
all tut 1,0^0 were on foot. The ex eases arising under its provisions,
was compelled to submit to a car I ef Unscrupulous Speculators to ma pedition occupied three years, and
and I must hold the Rules of I’rac for obtaining his freedom. Recent-1
pet br.g government, and to be nipulate our tariff foi their own res-,ued 30) persons, at a cost of
lice give them sufficient nutb.orilv Iv he levied nn assessment of ♦20,-
ruled and domineered over by an benefit at the expense of the con-
less than «£31)000.
for so doing, and that the hearings 000 on the railroad company. The
ignorant, prejudiced race of blacks ‘ sumen*.
latter refused and Garcia, at the
Dr. Barter who has made a num thus ordered will not be disturbed head of a squadron of banditti in
whom the government allow'd '.he
That isn’t the democratic idea of
by this cilice.
blue uniform«, captured the depot
right of suffrage, immediately upon | reciprocity, therefore it was not ber of professional trips to the up
The manner of conducting hear at Quivican. took possession of the
■-•ad all the wav.
ihe hrtds of this -outrage, followed I surprising that the solid democrat per South Fork i itcly. inf. rm.« i.e
archives and the safe and set tire
the .doubling of im|><>rt duties, the ic vote was cast against it. Two that there are six eases of s| inal ings is largely within the discretion to the building. Before leaving he
ineftnisc in internal taxes, the con republicans—Messrs. Evarts and meningitis in that 1 a-alitv, and on and sound judgement of the dis informed the company that he
tractin'! of the volume uf currency, Edmunds— also voted against it. his last trip all of them were im trict officers, but I will have to di would increase the assessment to
demonetization of silver, requiring and another republican—Senator proving Doe says this disease is rect that von will [unless s »me ♦ 22,<MM). The company not paying
ggyenlaik. bonds and oldigatious Hoar—had the untdushing effront engendered in a measure by a form good ai.d sufficient reason is shown this he raided another depot an<|
to lc paid in geld The party ery to state in substance in his of malarial unison in the system, to the c- utrarv] so arrar ge the hear compelled the employes to tear out
some rails from the track, and the
-in power by these acts mu'.tipmd closii g sJ-ee' h that he only sup- and one way to account for it« al ings in swamp land cases, that nil next train wan derailed, and Gar
I. J f . witt . P roprietor .
thy wealth uf the bondholder ami p-orttd it because he regarded it as most wholesale ravages in that
cia and his band fired upon it,
1MVM Furr» on Moiu-io. «»dMSdai». »rd Tit
wounding some of the passengers,
luoiivy lender, and inereaoeg the make believe reeiproi-ity. He told
'«!'•» lib the Orlarle. Prlncvíll». .nd ¡.«kerir’
waler containing large quantiti s of sible without detriment to other lie captured the locomotive engin
tl-w» fur errar»»«*
bi.r<le's if tie d ' t r, and with the truth,’! c object of the rept bi - |>oisu:>ous g.is'es from the decavinr huflncM.
the iron levl .it
•' ! .
e .i s in ad pin r the ► walle I recip bodies of cattle which died last win Such a eourre will enable the
the railroad Directors, whom he as
oli’ioh'ccs clue a, ’ s'.ievvd it h d rocity amendment is to catch totes ter ami were neither buried nor State and settlers to present their sessed again, this time to the
tuceeeded io grinding into nothing-
evidence with less delay and cx- , amount of »3O000.
1 r.sr, the democracy of America,
and how near the monopoly party
succeeded in destrviug the contl
del ce of the people, in our republi
can form of government, id well
known to every intelligent reader.
And it is also a well-known fact
that this same much abused ele
tjie breach and saved the govern
ment from drifting into anarchy.
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