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THE SUMPTER MINER.
Wednesday, October j, 1900
The Sumpter Miner
Official Paper of the Town of Sumpter.
It hUMItl) I VIM VWIlSIMMV HV
C. II. MARSH ami J W. CONNKLLA
MliM MII'TKIS HA7IS
f t Ml
ALAS IS AllVASf I
I Mere J at the itt ihlc In Sumplcr, Oregon, fcii
Irancmltslon through the rrull .i crconJ cIjvs
POPULATION OF SUMPTHR 4,500.
TllOM slrlkliiKiti.il miners In Pennsvl
v.ini.i .ire evidently nut lumnf y et, 'I hey
lefused to accept an advance of ten per
i rut In wages, tit-iit.in JIiik 1 . 1 f doen or
so sil is-lies.
NlirilhK pirty will derive much r.im
raign ni.ilrrlil from tlielmldrnt .it Vktor.
iilor.Uo, Hi which si.ine toughs threw
locks and things at Roosevelt. No one
with any sense or decency hid aiiythiug
to do with the. itt ur, one wa or .mother,
'I III "b iik-capper" is alw.ivs a menace
to a milling camp, but he is nn mure so
than the cl ilm-hnldrr who uiisiepiesruts
the value ol his holdings to piospedlve
Invrstois. It auvtliing, this diss works
more hardships to a distikt tlriu does the i
back-iapper. .ilt Lake Mining Review.
'Mil antl-Cluk dfinoaats h ive put up.
a full statetkket In Montana, which move'
will probably deleat the millionaire for.
senatoi, but will-tint Interlefe with Hrvau
electois. I he sriitimeut ol indepeudent,
srlt respecting demiM.its in that state Is
voiced In the expressien: "A iiuc 011 both
ROOM VI I I brieves in the powerul the,
press. He is surrounded h boot-lickiug
hired piess agrnts in the campaign as he ,
was dining his pv lolnluili caiiipalgu In1
Cut) 1, winning I line tlirough the employ
ment ol the Mine ladies. Ills present 1
statt ol scilbblets make It appear as if he
were In mole danger at Victor the other I
ilaywlitn sumebodv threw 1 lock, than
when he witnessed through Ills tirld I
glasses the negro legiuieiit dish up San
DOWN in Potto Kko tliev can get into
politics, it not into this glorious union ol
"equ ility to all." I he leJeral p irty, at
its convention at (.aguas Moud ly, passed
lesoltiliou!. altili itlug itself w itli the demo-1
ratic party In the United States. Cable
grams trom W. I. Bryan and James K.I
Jones urging harmonv wereread. Niine 1
Rivera m ide a spree li. In which lie op
posed the admluistratl.iu on the ground
that the For.ir.rr hill Is uusatislactory.
hiiJ tint for to irit.ius clemaud a more in
dependent form ot government. I lie srs
Mint Mill last several dtys, and, the dele-
g lies m ill nominate a delegate tor congress. 1
A republican miss meeting at San lum'
1 1 iiiuiii ru hit .luiiMiiisiiaiiuii .tiiu ii.iiuru
candidates tor the house ol delegates.
SoMI days siiue the Sumpter corre
spondent of the Poitlaud lelegram srut
In a story about l.estou Balliett's chemes
over Burkmout wa, declaring that the
copper properties there are no good, bis-
lug this opinion 011 the allegitiou Hut)
they hid been turned down by experts iC"'
and farmers. I he young man h is a good '
nose tor news and Is doing some excellent
unrk here, so I hi! MlSTk Is not ullllmr . ..
. .1 ..... ., . """"
10 peueve mat mere is any maiue infixing
In his motive tor sending in the stult. He
was merely slutted by some knocker,
some dog in and out of the manger, with
which this section is all too numerously
11 filleted. He has evidently not yet served
his time in a mil. Ing camp, or he would
never condemn any property merely be-
cause it has been turned down, knowing
that perhaps there is not a mine on the
continent but uh.it has been unfavorably
reported on by some fresh, cock-sure
I he Baker City Herald came out Sat
urJ.iy with one of Cassldy's idiotic at
tempts at sensationalism, dealing with the
same subject. The opening paragraph
was an attempt to make it appear that
Superintendent Laughlln, of the Sumpter
smelter, was authority for the malice per
meated statements that followed; though
as a matter of fact the language employed
does not make the direct statement that
Mr. Maughliu had made the remarks. It
. was merely a dishonest trick. Those'
i who know the gentleman, know that that
( Is not his style. Hut this Herald story is
of no significance, further than the prob.i
j bility that Mr. Halliett was t niched for a
I "loan" and refused to respond. 1 h it's
Cassldy's sie and style and record. Hoth
' Messrs. I.atighlin.iud Halliett area thous
land or more miles away at present.
I When thev return he will dodge them.
iVw. Till: MINI U is not in Mr. Hal-
Hrtt'Monlidenceand can not speak an
ihoritatively of his plans for the present
or tm. future, but It looks as if he were
investing considerable moiiey hi this dls-
trkt in intelligently directed enterprises,
1 and he should therefore be encouraged.
If he does not solicit stock subscriptions
in the old, approved way, but has
branched out on some new line, for this
a one lie siionia not ue lonucmiieu. 11
Halliett succeeds as the indications now
I are that he will he w ill be the great N i-
noleonlc operator of the N irthwest and
these same knockers will worship at his,
hiuk account. It b some bad I lick he
should tail, he will merely be in .1 well
filled boat with mimic generally reputed
emiuentlv respectable people.
Koclt tlie knockers.
Saddle and Bridle for Sal.
In good condition and offered cheap.
Apply at 1 III: MlNKR office.
To the Faithful
KNOW Al I Ml N Tint nunt Pilnfr nt ihr
Oilrnl Ati imw Mioiifnlnc in tttr l.M of
Sumpltr jiiJ (lit mntlntfi Ur ll purpr tif In
sirnt tint notUr miJ Jllluvlni; wkJom, M I) p. in
V,Jne-M rvrnlnc t HfJ AWns hi. anJ a
uU itlhrr rlAtf n ihrtiMiU lrtJrm ma
ntJt'r. All l'iinii uhi Iuvi not mijf ihrmvrlvr
I mmn ,in kurJUIIv ImitrJ iuptirnt1hfmrUri.
haM il Mil in tnnj, M Hit Ifmplf Jimi, whrri
lhf will U'itrJIilU uiUnmrJ
Gund Secret a ry Grand PcUsha
I. O. R. M.
( ccav iwmi. N.. ,, iinpnrj (
)uti krd Mrn,
Ma 1 At Hit- 8th
rn kun nt each
miNin All HrJ Men islline our luintln t-ruunJk
mr uiIiiiiik (ilOWtlh lUKIW,
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- , ROSUNDAl I
Oltnes irisimc tiviib Orrfonlan HulJIne, I'urt- I
litij. OrrKim. I vainlne anj ieHnU upon mlne, i
mlnlni; piitrllt: ijites at In hect niklne metliuJc I
anj treaimrntot urn. Cimp,nlet orjranlfej. Capi
t4l tuinkliiJ. (.nrtecsnJrnie ImitrJ ConhJentlal. ,
, II. CHANCE
ATIORNI-Y AT LAW
2 and ). Hirst Rank of Sumpter
C A. I. STARR.
Center, i or. Mlgti St. Sampler, Oregon
John Temple Grayson
The Hlghe! References
(ilvrn When RequireJ .
HAKLR CITY, ORE.
(jHf AJJrt Ti mplet;ri . Ifakt r, Ore
A. CLEM Si CO.
Prttartlat Eiiminttf Reported on, Member On-
n Mining Sleek tich"-
146 1 HiKO St. Portland, oki:.
L T. BROCK, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Sprcl.it Attention (ilven to Surgery anj to )l.
- ol Women. Omcr, Nc'lll Ifiovk; KeclJence,
t.r.niie street n, Mm
pBNNFK & WORTHING I ON
c,vll ;))J M,nnR E1Rl1Mrs
II. i. 11. milt Allnft.il SnrtMi.ir- In. ( Iri.un. Wntli.
Inton, IJjl nJ Monunj. Inglnrert lor toe
Ttuinpier iimhkiie coinpjnv, Liinuej.
Undf(o"d ind Pttint Surttti.
u ' . HKNDUYX & CO.
Mines Bought, Sold and Developed.
lUrgalni In Suinpur Divine!
I VV. A. SAM.V.b,
iumh cm. : owi con
koll.it le pljn, rdli.atlonk an J etlm.ile lurnlklieJ
I'. S. Dcput) Mlm-ial Survejor lor Oie.nn an J
IJjIiu. l.v.nnlnallon anj lepurlt on mining prepri
nt. Oiiire li tmle (nam Mlnlni; Cu.
I Mill SHUT.
KLAL til Vri'
Clt) Recorder nj Notary Public.
Atrnt lor I tlclJe I Irr I" vllnguliher. Su-nptrr.
glO'l'l cv SHbl.TON,
.SA U. sot1
J. I. MIILIDS ,
Attorneys at Law.
;W. H- W. HAMILTON.
Mining anj Con.ulllng Lnlnrrr.
Mining I'ropenlec fctamlneJ anj
)RS. TAPE & PEARCE,
Physicians and Surgeons
c. m. euvwcu, M. II.
I. W. lAI't, M. O.
Telephone Main v
DAKI-R k HAKfcH
ATTUHSrVS VT IAW
Practice In all the Count of the State. It. S.
UnJOmce anj Mining Ligation Sreclaltie
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. . . Sumpter . .
GENERAL DEALERS IN
Shelf and Heavy
and Steel Pipe
Fuse and Caps
E. P. Bergman &
Mill Street, Wood's Building.
LINES OF THE
Sumpter Transportation Co.
CARRYING U. S. MAILS.
i o p. m.
I 10 p. m.
I " p. m.
. Sumpirr. . .Ar
Aujtln , .Lv
Connedincat AutlnIUi uKe. lor Canyon Cll
anj InlerHir polniv.
t'40 p. m. j Lv CliHorJ . .Ar I t:,o am.
i 00 p.m. Ar. ..Ilonania. ...Lv 6 joj.m.
Connecting at llnnania oltli ctate. lor I'y.
worir), viruinu. Dun Juan anj
II o p.
10 ou a.
Llvrr at tlranlte to Nurlli lork. ReJ llo, lian
letle anj aJiacenl mlnet.
11. r- p. m.
1 00 p. m.
t. H a.
InduJlnc North Pole, E. A E., Cllma. OhloinJ aJ
10 10 a. m.
T. o a. m.
5 iu a. m.