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The Sumpter Miner!
Official Paper of the 'I own nf Sumpter.
I'UIII wu II 1 VI UY VM DM MIA iiv
(,. II. MARSH ami .1. W. CONNI.II.A
AlWAtS IS AtlVASl I.
I nlrrrj at llu- pmtohlce In Sumpter, Orepon, tul
tmntmitOiin through tin- m.iii as n-conj ctav
POPULATION OF SUMPTER 4,500.
SIGNS nf fall aillvily (or this town are j
already manifesting themselves. The '
hills have had their turn fur the past frw
months and now the camps will reap the
WHI-N you see an estimate of the presl-,' 1'iw, practiced extortion on his customers,
dentlal vote, It Is a safe proposition to bet ''t money ana enemies for himself,
that It Is not accurate, and that Is the only ' ,,ll'lic Administrator Roland, of San Fran
comparatively sure thing gamble on the ' cli, at once applied for Inters of ad
pending polilicil deal. ministration upon tne estate of Hunting-
I ton, in that city. Judge liahrs refused
WHAT is said to be the largest consign- to giant the order, characterising the
ment of gold bullion ever exported from ' application as unduly hasty,
this country in a single day, lelt New I -
York yesterday on the steamers teutonic
and St. Paul, amounting to $H,l6j,ooo.
OKI-GUN Is inusldered safe for thej
Republican ticket, so it is devoutly hoped i
that it will not be even a skirmish ground
for the opposing forces during the coming '
months ot rabid, senseless jawtmne war-'
Tlll: horse race Hireling to he held heret
the latter part of September Is going to be '
of great material benefit to this camp. !
Resides leaving considerable loose muney ,
around, It will be a lust class advertising I
Hl.l'OKT comes from Republic of the
largest consolidation of mining interests
ever etfected In the Northwest. The,
plan Contemplates the union of the He- i
public, (,uilp, I. one Pine-Surprise and
I om 'I humb. i
llll city council of Portl ind has passed I
an ordinance lislng the clrcm license feel
at I6000, r.uli perlormanie. 'I his is nl-'
leged to have been done (or the purpose
of preventing a circus from making a stand
there during the street fair take week, ;
I hat Portland town makes everybody
who are not on the "Inside" weary. It
is so jay that it is great.
Till5 state ol Colorado has begun suit
against the I'ullin in Palaie Car torn-
pany lot n,onSi wiih.ii n is iiaimej is
due the state as incorporation fee. The
company is Incorporated In that state lor
only f 100,000, while in Illinois tor f;4,
000,000. The suit is I rought to tone
the company t incorporate anew in Colo
lado and pay the huoiporatiou ta on its
I'M A I (irauite Law ton scrap has made
this entire dislrkt weary. Moth low its
ale bring hijuied and the light 1 light to
be called oil; though, as a matter ot l.ut,
judged trom the newspaper part ot it,
(irauite started the trouble, Is getting
the worst ol it, and is now whining over
this result. I hat Is Ihe position of the
town, as represented In the minions
the Granite (iein.
WUKD comes from Pocatrllo that C. E.
Wantland, ot Denver, land agent ot the
Union Pacific, is there and will visit other
towns in eastern Idaho, his purpose being
to organize the chief cities Into an asso
ciation to receive the colonisation nt next
ve.v, which will lollow Ihe opening of the
Fori Hall reservation. Gentlemen, if you
have an overflow, just pass them over
this way. Eastern Oregon has room lor
several more pdople.
REGARDING the dispatch from Pretoria
printed In London August 10, In which It
was stated thot President Krnjier Is con -
trihuting $3,000,000 to the election nf
Uryan, and that Webster Davis had re
ceived 5150,000 from the same source, as
a contribution for the democratic campaign
fund, Charles D. Picrcel consul general,
and P. I.auler Wessels, special commis
sioner for the South African republic in
New York, took the apparently unneces
sary trouble to in. ike a formal denial to
both statements, adding: "The Hoers
I have other and better use for their funds."
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( A I'KhSb dispatch, dated at Utica, New
York, says that Cnllls P. HtiiiliiiKton,
1 president of the Southern I'acilic company,
died at Pine Knot camp In Mine mountains,
j at an early hour yesterday morning. The
cause of his death Is supposed to be heart
! failure, lie was In his usual health when
he retired the night before. Huntington
.'Mas one of the most daugeious men of
I the age. Me corrupted legislatures and
courts, set an example of contempt for the
B. L. McLAIN
I MIXTION Ol- OllARTZ
MIIIS A M'ldAl.TV
SUMPTKK J OKKCON
i. O. R. M.
EltAN rHIIII Nn. , Imprincl Orj.ikrJ .Men. j
meet In regular loiiiull nt I III II ri at Hie 8ih .
run nn Itir tr.l tlrep nt every rm un ot each
moon AH Rei Men visiting our hunllng grminJt
"V'w'.Ti'm. O oi tt.
l.omi'. I. S. AIIIHrTT.
ATTORNIY AT LAW
Rooms 2 and
3, First Rank
ot Sumpter I
CLEM A CO.
Praatrtltl timlm tad Itaarltl an. Mambar Or.
tn Minla Slack Cichmit
146 THIRD ST,
p A. I. SI ARM.
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AkTK & llsKIR
MtOUSIts IT I !
I'm, tier In all trie Count ot the Star. II. S.
LtnJOnicr anJ Mining Llllgatloq SprUlh
Rom anJ r
I A t'.HANDI'. ORE. I
L T. RROCK, M. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
Sumpter, Oregon .
Special Attention lilveti to Surgerv anJ 10 Oil. .
tun ol Woman. OIKe. N'.-ill lllork! UetLUnf. I
liranlte Street near Mill
John Temple Grayson
Tlie HlgheM Refrrrnrri
' (ilvrn When Kt-quiravl
I HAkTR CITY, oki:.
I Ot Ic AJJrcj Templegray, It.iUrr. Ore
pENNER & WORTHING! ON
Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surtrvort for Oregon, Well
ington, Ualwi an J Montana. Lnglnmt lor the
Sumpter TountIK Company, LlmlteJ.
Unditfond and fittnt Sarttti. Ihia rVlritiaf
H. T. HENDRYX & CO.,
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
Ilargalni In Sumpter Dlttrltt
SUMPThR, . GRKGGN
W. A. SAMrY.i,
nkrn citv, : ouioon
Kellal'le plant, speilfLallontanJetllmate lurnltlied
k. wiii.i:i.i:h. i. o. io m.
I'honr Main ao.
Uliicr: tn South Center Street
Mining and Civil Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surve or
Mapping anJ lllue Printing.
.Mine etimlnationi an J reportt maJe. Speiinl at
trillion ghen to cyanlje procett.
U. S. 0rput Mlneril Surveyor lor Oregon anJ
Uaho. Lxamlnttiuna anJ report on mining proper
net. Olliu- mIHi Little (iianl Mining Co.
p C. MTirCN.
Justice of the Peace,
1 ssfllisa. mjii LsrArv
I Cll) MeiurJer anJ Not.irv Putllc.
j Ak-ent tor I tUIJt-1 Ire L.tingukher. Sumpter.
S'lO'lT a bllLL'ION,
Al h. MOIT I
J. 1. MIlllOS ,
Atiorueys at Law.
CHAS. E. ROHLIN,
W.Him 1. 1 lrt Hank ol Sumpter St'MITLR, OR
V, H. W. HAMILTON.
Mining anJ Conultlng Engineer.
Mining I'ropenle Enamlnid anJ
Li 11 a.
DRS. TAPE & PEARCE,
Physicians and Surgeons
C. M. PCARCe, M. D.
ti. t. TACl, . D.
Telephone Main j.
Wednesday, August 15. 1900
GENERAL DEALERS IN
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