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THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, August 22, 1900
The Sumpter Miner isAZSIS
Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter.
John Temple Grayson
I'lJMIIMIIO HIUV WIIIMSIMY HV
MARSH AMI J. W. CONN CI. I. A
MJI1M MII'tlON IMII S
ALV,AS IS AIIVAM I.
InlurJ Hi the pmturilci-in Sumpter, Oregon, Ini
Iranvnltslon through thr w.ilit nt tccorij clJtt
POPULATION OP SUMPTER 4,500.
I III: very best that the people in this
section hope lor, In the wayot weather,
isth.it the Miming winter will he as ple.is
ant as was last winter.
IT IS aimoniicrd that Senator Stewart
has declared his intention to support Mc
Kinley. 'I he report comes from the re
publican headquarters in New York, and '
the re.vou assigned Is on tlic issue of I
NO railroad has done more Inwards I
advertising the country through which III
passes than the O. R. tV N., and It de-1
serves that Rold medal .vlilch was a few '
days a(0 awarded to it at the Paris ex
position, for having the best grain display i
on rxhlbltion. '
MlNliS already in operation tributary tn
Sumpter are sufficient to support a camp I
twice the slr of this, and the number of I
producing mines will be doubled within
one yrur. Any cillrn of this town who
has "cold fert" is suffering from a con
stitutional ailment, not a disease superlu-
ducrd by any local conditions. ,
ith a million Mausers.
000,000 people are beg
ging for peace, while there are less than
1 80,000 foreign troops In the country.
IN Till: London Mail of recent date Jul
ian Ralph quotes a "diplomat of high
standing," whose name is not given, who
declares that Russia is vigorously endeav
oring tn secure American support and to
break the harmony existing between the
United States and Great Britan. "Eng
land," siys the diplomat in question,
"lias no first-class power except America
which offers Iter the slightest ground for
hoping a friendly hearing of her case.
The bitter feeling of today will generate
w.ir against her tomorrow. Russia's plan,
which Is encouraged by Austria-Hungary,
France and Germany, Is to strip Great , pENNER & WORTHING I ON
Hrltain from all support tn leave her '
The Highest Reference
(ilvm Winn RnuireJ
MAKER CITY. ORE.
CaMe AJ Jrest Templegrav . Dak, r, Ore
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naked before such a war begins."
Of course, all European powers want
tn cultivate the friendship of the United
States, in order that they may draw on
our granaries and "smoke houses" In case
' of war. Hut the "diplomat ot high stand-
lug" omitted the chief point nt interest in
i his ghost story, when he failed fo state
how Russia is proceeding in its effort to
break the harmony between England and
i America. Such unsupported talk sounds
! Civil and Mining Engineers.
U. S. Deputy .Mineral Survnrt tor Oregon, With
! ington, IJ.ilm anj Monun.i. Englneert lor the
bumpier Tnwntlte Compan, LtmlteJ.
Underground and Patent Sumyi.
H. T. HENDRYX & CO.,
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
tlirKalnt In Sumpter District
To the Faithful
lNOW ALL MI!N: That many Pilncet uf the J
urieni are now toiourning, in ine, uny or
Sumpter anj arr meeting, lor the purpute ol In
tlruiilng novice an J .limiting wltJom.atl) p. m
WrJnrtJay rvrnlngt at ReJ Men' hall, anJ at
luch other placet at the tiranj PaJatha may
oijer. All Prlncet who have not majr themtelvet
known arr cor Jlally InvlteJ to prevent themtelvet,
stall ol Hie In hanj, at Ihr temple Jour, where
they will br corJIallv welcomeJ.
Grand Secretary Grand Paduba
ONI: thing sure, Bryan's speech of
acceptance forced imperialism to the front I
as the "paramount" issue of the cam-'
palgn. Democrats of the West are not
yet tired discussing the currency ques-,
Hon and can argue any gold bug on
earth to a stand still but they have
faith in Bryan and are more than anxious '
to have him win on any issue, knowing .
that silver will get a square deal if he is O. M- ROSENDAl.E
!V A. SAMMS,
IIAKrH CITY, ! OKWiON
Reliable plant, tpeclficatloni anJettlmalet lornltheJ
I. O. R. M.
EC.AN TRIM: No. to, ImprovrJ Order ReJ Men,
meet In regular council at Llllt Han at Ihe 8th
run on the irj tleep ot every teven tunt ot each
innon All ReJ Men Willing our hunting groun.lt
arr welcome. (itOIMiH llAKEH,
W. W. 1 1 MX. C ol R. Sachem.
HK. WHEELER. I. O. Box toa.
i Phone Main jo.
Omce: i4 South Center Street
Mining and Civil Engineer.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor
Mapping anj tllue Printing.
Mine examination anj reportt maJe. Special at
tention given to ctanlJe procett.
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveor lor Oregon anj
Uaho. Examination anj reportt on mining proper
ties Ottice with Little Giant Mining Co.
"Till: National Association of Hobos or
'lourlsts Union" Is one of the latest or
ders founded. Tills is the climax of the
present day mania to organize a society ( "urniS
and collect dues. Ihe second annual ,
meeting Is now being held at Brett, Iowa,
all outside delegates having traveled
thither in bos cars. The Initiation fee is
io cents for a button, but an applicant for
membership must be willing to "pan
handle a dockie" and must prefer to ride
on a brakebeam rather than in a palace
car. 1 hnusands have joined thr union,
and It Is the most democratic society ever
known. One ol the by-laws forbids
giving a brother more than 40 cents at a
time 25 cents for food and is cents for
Roomt tMu6 0repnnlan tlulJIne.
. t . ' .
i.taminet anj repoiit upon minet,
mining pinpetli i aj Itet at la t-et working mrthojt
anj treatment ol oret. CnmpanletorganlirJ. Capl-
CorretponJence lnitcJ. ConliJenllal.
ATTOKNPY AT LAW
Rooms 2 and
3, First Rank of Sumpter
CLEM A CO.
Praaaitltl titmlntd and Raaarlad an, Mtmitr Or.
Ia Mining Slick icatnit
146 THIRD ST.
A. I- STARR.
Center, cot. High St,
Tliosl' Chinese soldiers are rank quit
trts. Much has brrn said of latr about
the grrat revolution that has beenwiought
in the army bv the introduction of modem
guns and the instruction of trained Euro
pean soldirrs, I hese moon-evrd leppers
have doubtless been taught to handle
repeating titles and go through some evo
lutions on the parade ground, but they
have not yet learned to light, as their
utter failure to prevent the allied forces
from reaching IVKln demonstrates. The
fact ot the matter seems to be, that the
Chinese ate a race or moral degenerates,
and they nrvrr will nor can be made Into' L. - "NOCK, M O
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Kut'u siriuiri tin 11 trtjiiiira ,i ;imu tii-l
pie to make good lighters for a cause,
without the hope hope of a reward. If
Justice of the Peace,
City Recorder and Notary Public.
Agent lor fyrlclJe riie Extlngulther. Sumpter.
$TOTT & SHELTON,
l-AM R. TOTT
J. I, MIUION
Attorneys at Law.
CHAS. E. ROBLIN,
Room 5. rirtl Panic ol Sumpter SUMPTER. OR
UAM R IIMCI K
HOM.s AT LW
I'Mtll.e In all the Count ot Ihr Statr. 1 1. S.
LinJOmir anj Mlnlnc Litigation Sprdaltlet
R,mm s anj b
W. H. W. HAMILTON.
Mining anj Con.ulllng Engineer.
Mining I'ropertlet KtamlneJ anj
U CRANDI. ORE-
Physician and Surgeon.
DRS. TAPE & PEARCE,
Europe wants to partition China, thr
Chinese won't prevent it, even if the
Special Attention ("ikrn to Surgery anj lo Dlt.
eatet Women. Olhce,
iiranttc Mreet near Mill
Physicians and Surgeons
O. M. PEAM.K, m. U.
O. W, TAI-i. au U.
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