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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1898)
WKDXKSDAY. KEBRCARY 16. IM*.
4 I 1.1A N u riti»
Cuba and Hawaii are both wil
ling to be Uncle Sam’s valentine.
The gold press oft times as
serts that tne silver issue is dead
They are having a hard time
bury ing it, though.
Speaker Reed, it is declared, is
thoroughly in favor of annexa
tion of Hawaii. He fears there
are not enough votes in the sen
ate to ratify the treaty and conse
quently he wants an annexation
bill brought forward at once, if
he is in favor of it. we may un-
tierstand it will get through the
house. But w ho can tell how
long it will take to pass the meas
ure in the »mate? With a few
such cranks like Pettigrew ready
to talk nonsense for day s at a
time the measure could be hung
up indefinitely, stys the Boise
Gov. Tanner, of Illinois, is suf
fixing from rheumatism in the
wrists, and the Republic says it is
caused f|om using the parly lash
II. 11. Bryce, the man who
ran away to escape testifying in
the investigation of Boss Hanna’s
Mr. M< Kinley’s “vigorous for election to the senate, has been
eign policy” is surely due now located at Montreal, Canada. I le
that foreign ministers are amusing I admits that money was freely
themselves by calling] him vile | I used to secure Hanna’s election,
names.J_ If it isn’t, it will never
and says he can tell a story that
would startle the world, but that
has fallen to the lot of every Pop
ulist in this hour of peril to our
liberties. Let us sacrifice party
pride and party prejudice, but
save our nation from the iron
grasp of the money power.”
jec _*«r j«r j « c j«r
THE ftEW STOLE!
Í R, A, MILLER & CO
DEMOCRATIC CENTRAL COM
Notice is hereby giv-n to all
members of the democratic central
committee, of Harney county, Ore 4
gon, that a meeting of said commit
tee will be held in Burns, on Satur
day. Marcii 5, 1898, at 2 o’clock p
m. for the purpose of setting the
date for holding the pri nary elec 1
tion, naming time and place for
holding the county convention and •
for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the I
committee for its consideration.
Bated at Burns, Or , Feb. 12 '98
II. E. T hompson ,
---- Wa Carry a C mpleU Line of —
; Genera! Merchandise
GRO i 'ERIE- a . PROVISIONS QCEENSW ARE, ST JNEWABIC,
GLASSWARE BOOTS A SHOES, HOPE, TOBACCO, etc.
Call and inspect our Stock. Sat-J
J isfaction as to quality and price ?
MfOur Good» ar» FirM ('IfRs. a» d will be »a>d at Prices rm low a« any
in llarnry Coui.ty. Wa invite tlir People to Examine mir Stock and Piie*B
' Purchasing Elsewhere ' Mail orders receive prompt attention.
for the present he will keep si
At the Hill House in this place
lent to protect, not Hanna, but Saturday morning at f> o'clock,
Win. Mi Kinli v.
of appendicitis, Garfield George,
aged I I ¡years, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A great many republican con-1 Adam George of Lawen. The fun
gressmen will be swept out of eral services were held .it the church
public life by the waves of Ding-(at 3 o’clock p m, Sunday, Rev. J
IC. Templeton officiating. There
Elie republicans are so anxious
mains were interred in the Burns'
for the “dear people” to know
Two Indian girls recently tried cemetery. The deceased wa» a
where the party stands that they I to set file to the Carlisle. Pa., In youth of more than ordinary intel
are afraid to utilize their half oliali school building because they ligence, a manly little fellow whom
hundred majority in the house of | were home-sick for their western all admired who knew him. He
McCLAIN óc WILLIAMS, Proprietors
expressed himsi-If before lie died as
representatives to pass a 'financial i w igw <uns.
willing to pas* from time to eterni
Ti>e proprietors of this large and commodious II ousj ar- exm rier
ty with many admonitions to hi. hotel keepers and the pliolic is ass ir-d - 1
We trust that President and
father and family to meet him in
‘•The senate is ruled by a ma- Mrs. Dole did not have their di (lie Letter world. The fani'ly have
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jority of rogues oi ignoramuses, it ” ; gestive organs put out of gear by the deepest sympathy of all friend,
says the Oregonian, This is• the over-feeding they were sub. in these sad hours of their bereave
£I’arties desir »g regular board are requested to consult 'he
sound argument, from a i sound jected to while in Washington.
money source, eminating from a
Tal e off the subduing tenden
cy from silver and give it the
same privilege at the mints as
gold and it will soon be fouad be
side gold doing its work willing
and cheerfully with its partner.
Judge Freeman handed down It's hard, so hard to sp*ak the
sound head, intended to carry
words—must wa part forever.
from the superior court
sound conviction. All there is to
we have laid thee in thy
at Chicago that insanity is not Ben rest
it is tin1 sound. See.''
peaceful grave’s embrace,
sufficient ground for a divorce. But thy memory will bo cherished
‘till we meet thy heavenly face
republicanism This is said to be the first judicial
A Fat END.
lias ju»t about petered out in Or
j this country.
egon 1 b ndleton I i ibune.
Yes; it used to take a long
lii.it Wmder.bilt i.iih-al CQU-
above a shorter handle will ac- ■I ‘••roo.ooo.ooo in gold bonds, is
but the first step in the formation
i omni date the voters now.
of other big railroad trusts. As
Congressman Hepburn, of io j usual the public is assured that
wa, is sa d to have shown Jerry the combine is for its benefit, and
Simpson that London label in as usual, the public will get left.
Dingles s hat as* a joke, butjjie
may disiovcr that it is no joking
matter I -r the father of the I ting-
ley tai lit Io weai a li.it*'made in
sjWHITE HOUSE SALOON.’
A Card of Thanks.
* E. C. BUSSERT, Proprietor
I M-u \ Gearge and fam
people of Burns ami Lawen for the
kindness shown to them in their
This popular Resort is furnished throughout in modern style.
hour of trouble. And especially
Nice Private Club Rooms gentlemanly bartenders, and drink*
to Walter Gray, Clarence Cary, G
mixed to suit your taste. You are cordially invited to make
<> Hendricks Ban Jordan, Mil.to
this ywnr headquarters while you arc in the city.
Hardislv. of Lawen. and others
who so kindly watched over our
Peril.ips the inhabitants of Mars loved one during his illness.
A. G e >« oe yxn F amily .
have discovered the secret of vis
iting us and are hold ng off until
they can discover some wav to ADMIN’ISl’R VI’OR’S
prevent the Europe.in powers
Notice is hereby given to all per
from seizing Mars and partition sons holding claims against the
ing it off among themselves, S.l\ S estate of <i W. Willcoxsol,. dee.as-
Leaves Burns daily at H;30 r m .
Arrive, at Ontario m 42 hour.
the Omaha World -1 lei aid.
e I, to present the same to the under
Republiian employees of the
Wheeling Iron nd Steel Co,
whose wages have been cut, were
signed nt Burns, Ore , verified as
so delighted with their “prosper-
Pres* ( onuiifiit
by law required, within six months
ity” that they tore dow n and
Fare One way *7.50. Round trip $15.Ou.
fro'» the date of this notice.
trampled upon a big piiture id
The populi-t of W .isi o county
Mi Kinlev vvliich they put up in central committee met .it The' Dated at Burns. Or . Fob IB, '1)8.
Through freight 3jcts. a pound.
I. I! Cl I f,
their machine shop during the Dalles, anil lixeil March 19 is the
Two dayr notice at any P. O. on the route and covered coaches will
be furnished for pas-angers.
H. A. Williams. Propr.
date (or holding the county con
venti- >n. Resolutions wei e adopt -
’Elie syndic.ile of European <-il. re.itlii tiling the suppoit of the
bankers who ale si heming to buy St Louis platform and favoring .1
All parties indebted to mo ar#
Cuba, in o del to make good fu-ion of all silver fours. A requested to rail an 1 svttle account*
ar hjom as possible. I must hare
Ilici- holihng- of Spani-h bonds, number of populists Ir.zm different luonay to run niv business.
and to get ths country to guar parts o( the county were present.
G eo Sur t i kt .
antee tli" payment ol $ |oo.’»oo,-
000 ill new Cuban bond*, are en
< M I Î11< * 1’< *-*t tO !*^Il<
gaged in one ot the mo-t dai ing
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Turns, near the bridgr
<» M Tregaskis will hive 250
spec 11l.1tions oil human suffviillg United States »enate.viz Allen of
Ncbia-ki; Buller of North L no- fine rams in Burns an or about th ir
the worli! has ever seen.
Customers will receive GOOD FLOUR fr
lina; Il uns id Kansas; lleitlieal first of October. Parties w isliing
to buv should rail on hiiu. Prices
of Idaho; Turner of Wasliingt n on application
Should the difference of opin
••This number may be added to
ion between Mi. M Kinli v anil
bv one from Oi egon in Corbett'-
Cz.it Ried, on what the bouse
plue. There will be thirty to
should do about tin.in, id l.-g sta
eleit m 1900" H.unev County
We will give a reward of ♦ 1 50
tion, leach the sct.ipiwg -'age, the News.
per head for any cattle with the fol-
dcnv ir.it* in congres-shinilil ilo
To which the Oregon City Iswiug brand and mark Horizon
R. C. ANGi . IN ... » * i op, um . ar.
nothing topicvent tile tiglit being
Ilei aid a populist p ipai adds: tal bar with a dot »lurs nod be
to .1 finish Wi should be dis ••Yes and we may add tb it
each low. on th« left hip of yearling*
posed to shout "go it. Bill’ get in, one of them owe* bi*
election to older cattle on both hip- Ma
Tom,” without cuing .1 tonti.
CHOICE W NES LIQUCR8 AND ClGXRS
fusion, including Kvle of South swallow fork in 1-ft year ami iig-
Dental •» hiv II li* kt I
l*ll.1I\RD AND POOL TABLES.
Dakota, whose mime the New-
omitted Further, every Populist jaw PaMies will please take » me
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS.
up and addreas
Pioir—or Emm. ns. .i scien'ist i* pr. -ud of then rex oi d in cong
Burn». Or, gon.
of high -la- d ng .ml v< uclicd for ami. had their place- been tilled
Old Robinson B iild’ng.
bi eminent men, has di-coven-d a bv Republicans bev luxe tl.c Pop
prove'* whereby silver can lx- ulists in those state* had refuser!
Mrs M Filit»ersl»i is ree •»■•ring
turned into gold, if this can be to unite with Bi t an detn •*rats and
hi r reeent itine**
don.- xx ill it not iM.urallv follow
Silver tepiiblicans, the senate
ars baving * conlii u I speli
that silver will then use to th«
would todav be in control of the
value of gold, less the cost of the
money ¡vow er; more b »mis would
process." Tin n. ag tin, will it not
Geo S S • •m.'rc ev pe ' • ".» n. »ve
be issued, the banks wou d In- le
deprecane gold? For it < ■-*'*
his li -« residen«» west of (he
chartered for Jo vc irsami nothing
»rema »■a,-.-»». SJO*a S4S.
less to mine an ounce of silver
short of ri voliiti.»n w ai'ii i.vtr-i
than an ounce of gold
Che pio- upon the people.
Chxrle* Arnholt is in Burns in
lessor I ad belter steer shv of the
•■Let Oleg- n ih likewise We the interest of the illusi r ved edition
gold-B'ig ard I».-: d i »1*1» .
believe it i* a patriotic duty w Inch of the Rak»r City Item- -at. which
will be publish«*! «mue ti aie in Msv
load ot Goods as it appeared at the
L nion Passenger Depot, Portland.
Buy your goods from tho Largest
firm in Eastern Oregon,
who buy at the low
est prices and in
We MEET and BEAT ALL
competition and can fill all or
ELMDRT CA.RhL GE HHARNESS MFG. CO.
W. B PRATT, uecreurv. Elknart, Ind.
fcwrs for business.