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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (March 2, 1898)
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rt K Ü N Es DAY, M A K' ’ ! I 2.
JI LI l N M I K 11
su. i ei : ri.rn.
The nation that has no higher then obtained, unfortunately, did
patriotism than that of the poiket not settle it. It will be the mam 5
question of our political life till the /u
cannot remain a nation long.
presidential election of the year z
Even the colored brother has 1900. if not for a still longer period.
caught the fc ver and wants to
Govener Bushnell wants to
build a monument to the Maine V
W’e have about arrived at the sailors on the ruins of Moro Cas
conclusion that a Spaniard never tle, but Mr. Hanna has decreed *
tells the truth intentionally.
Spain. If the nation is really c
bloodtiiirsiy the opportunity seems z
National honor is fur beyond
ripe for a renewal of istilities in
any ilucuation of the stock maiket
the Ohio Republican camp, which
that may be caused by maintain
will give us ali the entertainment
ing it at all hazai ds.
of the war's spectacular features.
There is a movement in T rance
in iavor of increasing the duty on
Some one lias remai ked 1 hat we
American horses. Another effect live in a grand country. We do
of the Dingley tariff.
We live in a land of high moun-
The union or silver club organ
ize d .in last Saturday night is
1 uked of on the street as being a
move on the part of populists or
I'cm rats or both together to
f re • fusion in this county. This
i< a mistake. The purpose of the
y'all is just simply a union of the
silvi r element of this county. ie-
I a dless of party, to give and
1 i ive infoi'ination on the subject
< f Trnance .'mil other political re-
fo ms now desired by the people,
, n.l the me'.lii d- through which
tains and high taxes; low vallies
l -e 11I j“ct may be attained.
The Washington Post says (and low wages; big crooked rivers
1'iisioii in the county does not
Secretary Sherman is ill am al un- alid big crooked statesman; big
e it r into the matter, still a union
able to attend to his work, Didn’t lakes, big strikes, big pumpkins,
of Io: ces will naturally be a part
know he had any since Day took big men with pumpkin heads,
of the discussion but not with the
charge of the State Department. silver streams that gambol in the
uh a of forming a fusion ticket in
, mountains and pious politicians
1 ur county. Fusion in the «tate
who gamble in the night; roaring
is a foregone conclusion and ail- ! The reader of our history can
'cts and roaring orators; fast
■ < 1 ted hy a big majority of the not fail to note that whenever any
fasi horses, fast voting men.
si v. r element of the three pm ties,
's fa'1* lister fastest; sharp
ad no one who advocates this
1 law y ers, sharp financiers, sliarp-
mi v •, is, presumably, of the opin
i toed shoes, noisy children, fertile
ion that he has debased himself or
plains that lie like a sheet of waler:
li pat tv by the step taken.
Free Cuba should not fail to and a lliousmd newspapers tha’
It is not the intention of the erect a monument to the memory
lie like thunder. Ex.
• hib to dictate a course be he per- of those killed by the Maine ex-
s uni hy its members; no man plosion, That explosion huriicd
lion to Kill Your Home Band.
should be ashamed of his political cv cuts as nothing else could have
Never interest yourself in its
lonvutions and to express his done.
character of work. Win n you hear
vi. ws in a gentlemanly manner
foreign bands in our t urn, applaud
wlun occasion r< quires, but we
Fusion lias won in Minnesota.
be they good or bad. M iny
h iv e some men, and aspiiants for The union of forces opposed to
seem to think that all a baud
p I lit al honors, who strive to the single gold standaid and re
needs or wants is “the drinks” so
on both shoulders form of 1
l. my water
cui l ency on the hm-s when you are serena 1< 1 just set
m. d are ■ only sorry they have but of the l>age plan is natural at.d cm up, our rent .'.nd other bills still
ill.- two 1 to h Ip support this bur practical and likely will prove come due with lieatitif'H regal irity
i'eii of currying favor with all resultful. East Oregonian.
regardless of all well meant efforts
p laical I shades.
in ‘ irrigation.”
Bands are like unto Governments,
There are persons who make a it takes cash to run ’em.
Those who are winking that
wide distinction be'ween the Never have a kindly word for our
li: i - heme to leplacc $300,000,
■■National honor” that demands home musicians, criticise them
o > 1 1.1 Spanish In.mis, now held
the payment of bonds in gold harshly, find fault with th» music,
In I. iropcan bankers, with v uhan
which on their faces are payable compare it with that of the highest
b unis endorsed by the United
in “coin”, and that w hich resents professionals, forget that a kind
Suites are wasting their time.
a slap in the face administered by word counts for a great deal for
T'lu v might catch the present ad-1
those who are doing their best.
a foreign nation.
ram;ration some say they have I
Growl deeply w hen you are n«k< 1.
¡die uly iloii“ si but it could
p«rhsps, to give a dime t»ward« the
I11 stead of sending a single band’s support. Tell 'em to pay
i<l I e put through without 1011-
to I lav anna the adtninis- tr.cir own bills, an I not lie continu
< I'e-sional in lion, and congiess is
have sent a fleet: illy lagging. Forget all about the
1 1 i cily re: ponsib'v to the people.
they may be needed to protect tileasure that the land gives to
I h< . l anki is, seeing that Cuba
i< bound to be lott to Spain, are Americans, when the truth about thousands who love music. Kick,
the destruction of the Maine is s i growl, and 1 lace your patronage
I n rely Irving to make money out
with nitsi fe ban 1«. ami your II one
of tin- mevi'.able. Spain deserves fully established bv the naval offi band will in a short time be dead
cers now investigating that even er' n a herring.
II 1 compensation for the loss of
the Spaniards cennot deny it.
< hir next sermonette will be on
k'uba, nordo llmse bankets de
■‘ How to make our home band
.•live any assistance from us.
W. S. U’Rcn.tlie populist lead
Ed. ('alvvell of Burns carne over
er, stopped off in Grants 1’ass on
Another hit of Spanish trick cry last Tuesd.iv anil -.pent most of the a few dava ago on a vis’.t to bis
was the failure to notify this gov | day talking
Among fosti r pau-iit» Mr and Mrs. Liv
ingsti n.—Canyon News.
ernment Unit Lieut. Sobral had others, Mr. I
Ren horn 1 eil out
I i-< 1 iclicved as naval attui he to
sanctum with his presence, ami
Win Allow, Jr . and Donald Me
llu- Spanish legation, until after
from him w e gathered th.it he w as Donald sold thair salon 1 at Dri vvsy
.‘w. retail Long li id complained
taking a complacent view of the to the Johnson brothels of that
t 1 the State Department of luti
political situation, (hi the union plan last wci k. and passed through
gli ige used bv Sobral in contivi
here on their way to Klondike.
question he cl limed that he had
I,, n with the Maine disaster.
been misrepi csented bv the op
position press, lie is for fusion.
union, whatever it mav be Burns hotel, has been at Mr Arm
Unless Rev. Sam Jones has
provided a majority of the strong’« n.trni [»ring near Mount
fully committed himself to enter
Vernon for « onr ti n ■ 11 king bath«
ing poilu- as a candidate foi gov paity should favor it. and he for rht umatism Mr MetTaili is m
ili.a of Georgia, we should like would vote fur it him«elf. He * ir untirov, d that he «as m town
tosiv one word Io him don't. was ami is opposed, however , to y< «»rrtl iv on hi« way home.—Can
Ji may be possible lor a pie.11 het any coalition brought about by YOU N u \v «.
I 1 lake an active put in |x>lit cs committies or conventions in ad-
H II T. st r< türm 'd from tli ■
w .t'iout injuring his usefulness as v.mi e of asi rt.ii nng the w ill ot
Thursday. H >■ iv.« lie had a
a pi eai her.hut we have nevei the rank and lie < t the naitv pleatant linn- 111 .d a good visit to
Oregeon Mining Journal.
k low 11 jf an instance.
'his old home in 1 ’1 nnsvivania.
i I ai. J. St .,1 ling M i .on )■
uggling hard to prevent the
itil.l waves uf oblivion engulfing
11, but vv c 1.111 s.arcilv ncilit
t n icpoit that he is desperate
iiough to Blow lu» monev into
ii a 1 at hol< a« running a gold
a niai d paper in Ncbi aska w .mid
a id be casi enough (in the
I u: e.l '■late» to gi' V Spain a di üb
le ig, but we confess to ,1 little
t mg when we thli k of allot h-
II j e- n loll as long . » the one
we no .V have-
Tho-e poor cotton nuli strikers
vv mil baie bern glad to have had
l'ir mn.icv -peni fui tiiat
pl i r . 1 ivi gin 1 11 New Vari.
gh . lo \tioi iu v Gì n-
T he Poitland Oregonian keeps
con'inu.illv at work driving from
'he la s of the republinin partv
those who will not stand squarely
on the single go’ll stand.nd plank,
ami swallow that sv stem of finance
w In. h the party has bitterly opp >s-
ed since i ' s birth, until recently,
when it fell under tie- spe I of the
glitter of gobi. The East Oregon
ian quotes from tl e Portland Ore
gonian the following interesting
p ir.i graph:
hither the candidate is a
supporter of the gold standard or
an advo< ate of free co llage of sil.
ver is a question that w ill be forced
ineverv congi essi. >n.-.1 district < ' the
I mted Slates tins v <• ir It -an -
sue th it cannot be avoided It is
the only important quest 1 11 before
the c mntry. It lu«s been pushed
to a point w ae e it 1 in'tl>C do igeil
any longer. It was. >■» fait, the
J«r j.r jar
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