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About The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1899)
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Let the No'th recognize the
people want the flag raised, they
raise it; when they want it hauled fidelity of the South to the consti
down they haul it (town. The flag tuí ion and that the Southern peo
»»rm?, r. ja 'i’AEV «. isss.
was raised upon Canadian soil dur ple are not only loyal now but
ing the war of 1^12,and it was haul have ever been loyal to the prin
j y L t A w n r R n
ed down w.hen the war was over, ciples enunciated in the constitu
Col. Bryan was right when he the papers announce that Gen. Lee tion, and not assume the attitude
i I that vital questions cannot be ordered the flag hauled down in of the North being altogether
^Cuba, because it was raised too right and the South altogether
"eJ or buried.
| soon. The flag will be raised in wrong. The people of the Son'll
Cuba again on the 1st of January, have ever been tired of hearing
!’> >ss I’latt took the iq.izzle
but the president declares in his ■ that they erred through ignorare
g enough for Chauncey Depew
message that it will be hauled and because of that they are for
make an expansion speech at
dewn as soon as a stable govern given. Every intelligent South
ment is established. Who w ill deny ern citizen knows better than that;
M. li. BKKNlON rrepuetcr,
to the people the right to hauljthe the South just simply fought for
Ratify the treaty, but fight ex- flag down in the Philippines if what was right under our consti-1
This Stable is lacatrd oa the eeraar •? Frat aud B, 9tr««ts, aid keeps hay
.. nsion to the last ditch, has been they so desire, when a stable gov lion and got whipped and it has |
Has competent hetp, Runs a Jeb Wagea, Takes passea
; lopted as a platform by many ernment is established there.”
since quietly taken} its medicine;
still this does not change the facts
Happily our war with Spam in the case.
C onfederate S oldier .
Unless it differs from all itspre- and its successful termination and
-cessors, the sugar consumers the fact that many Southern men
Fight With A Desperado.
vill have to pay the expenses of promptly answered their country’s
. e f'ght on the sugar trust.
call to arm«, thereby showing their
Seaside, Or. Dec. 30.—Sheriff
patriotism and their ljyalty, opens
W. Williams, Deputy Sheriff
TRISCH & DONEGAN, Propnstors.
Ba^s Quay will not start the an avenue in which a Southern or J-
Laineis and ChaMes Willard, the
New Year with more certainty of rathei a confederate soldier can
latter a desperate character, are
tn reelection to .the senate than express in a manner which here
dead here tonight as the result of
lias of a verdict of “not guilty.” tofore would have been consider
a light which occured this ‘'after
ed out of place, and severely crit noon.
■‘Little Billy” Chandler’s squeal icised and censured, his «pinion
Recently State Senator Fulton’s
»linst the use of money in New regarding impositions imposed up
summer cottage was destroyed by
lampshire politics indicates a fear on the South after the surrender
fire and an investigation was be
at he may be outbid when the of Gen. Lee’s army at Aappoma-
ing conducted. Willard was sus-
■natorship is put up.
tox court house in|Virgitiia. The pected|of burning the house. De
act of conferring t> e right of suf
puty Larners and Miller and Sen BiJKNa,
It was markedly unjust to allow frage upon an ignorant, illiterate
ator Fulton went to Willard’s
en. Miles to retain his position race not identified with our form
McCLAIN & WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
house with a search warrant for
¿.'ominander of the army dur- of government and in fact utterly
articles supposed to have been
The proprietors of this large and commodious House are experienced
g the war, while depriving him incapable of recognizing even the
stolen from the burned cottage.
most simple principles connected
all actual authority.
Willard was stopping at the sum hotel keepers and the publio is assured good accotumodatiens.
with self government, or the par mer residence of Mrs. Susan Lew
Congiess will doubtless appro- amount duties of a citizen in pos iston, of Woodlawen, Oregon Sen
lie the $20,000.000 the treat} session of the most sacred right
ator Fultonand Deputy Miller en
i peace gives Spain within the vouchsafed in an independent form
££ST Parlies desirng regular board aro requested te consult the
tered the house. The sheriff
• re limit, but there will be some of government, and congress
Laniers and Willard remaided out Land lord.
knowing at the time that this ig
plain talking before it does so.
norant class w.is vastly in the
The latter was heavily armed
majority in the Southern states
making it‘thereby the more de and when Fulton and Miller were
grading and humiliating to the out of sight lirgd at Sheriff Will
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
white intelligent class, who, only a iams, the ball entering his
short time 'previously had been
mastersof this’horde of black su heriff staggered and fell down
the embankment dead. Willard
¿In new Secretary of the In perstition and ignorance-
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
turned his rifle on Larners, shoot
tri i i i> iug the head of the glass
FINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
trust dtould be a constant re- egonian of the 25th ult , a leading
Larners though nearly dead,
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS
i.\r to the administration of
grappled with Willard, but the
tiie pr< v.rb about those who live
admitting that it was a serious latter continued lighting. Fulton
Old Robinson Building
in glass h -u us.
then beat Willard over the head
blacks at that time and now are with his ’gun and then went to
w holly incapable of exercising this look for Sheriff Williams.
The moment he turned Willard
great privilege. President Mc
up and seizing a gun shot
Kinley in his speeches while on
the leg and ran. Miller
his Southern tour, «aid many
then took aim with his rille and
P. G. SMITH, P
things that no high oficial in the
republican party, except ( »en. fired, blowing away Willards fece
and killing him. Laniers died an
< ¡en. Miles calls it “embalmed” Grant, lias had the courage or hour later.
beef, while commissary General
The bodies wee taken to As
‘ -lì n», w ho consented to its pur- which we heartily thank him and toria tonight.
t hase, c ills it “refrigerated” beef, there is a w arm place in the hearts
The lin s who had to eat it or of all living confederate soMiets
•ta vc say Mi es gave thè propri and their descendants for such
men. M. Kinlev is a soldier and
so was Grant, which probably ac A bill will bo introduced st the
‘■Tiddy ” s iysin his report that counts. to a gi eat degree, for theii coming session of tie» legislature
providing that county courts of the
I t h it R ugh Ridei chai ge so unselfishness.
s< veral counties ef this state shall
\\ hv it is true, but neverthek-ss levy a tax of I mill on all personal Fresh Beat, Fork etc. in sr<y quantity desired
I «st iliat lie got two or three bund
led yarils ahead of the command it is true, the most bitter anlagon. and real property that may tie re
Bologna ar«d Sausage of all kinds always
W ’lhijiit knowing it, and had to go ism exists in the hearts of those w I10 turned on the assessment rolls of
b i< k alter his men and hurry them were not in the army.. President their iispective counties to be used
tip. “Teddy” in a wonder and na McKinley’s outspoken kindi ess and placed in a fund in po«ession
for our confederate dead as well of the state treasurer, to be used in
as the living and which caused old conjunction and in connection with
Those who are engaged in a confederate soldiers to shed tears the aforesaid tax or. sheep, cattile
i o uro,ersy as to whether we of appreciation ami thanks. wiP and lings as a scalp bounty for the
should form .m alliame with Eng- ever live in the hearts of these old state of Oregon. If this bill Ire
comes a law it shall both? duty of
I mil ni R is.1.1 will do just as well soldiers who believed themselves
the comity court, upon the receipt
to remember that we have got as much in the right as the union of anv scalp or scalps, accompanied
along pretty well so far without al soldier. It is not only a duty but by an stlidavit as h< reins fttr men
ii rices, and that our people have .1 pleasure for every confederate tioned. to pay the following bounty
> .own no disposition to hanker soldier and citizen to thank Prcsi. for the same: Three dollars apiece
A. K RICHARDSON, Prnr.etor
di r them.
dent Mi Kinley for the kindly way for each covote, lynx or wild cat
he spoke of the South and South scalp It? f<>r each and every moun
Parties desiring mingles esc ret them at McKinney A Sparrows saw Bill
at saris price aa at the bhia<le mill. In Ifor.iey Seth Bower A Co. will attend
'¡’he dem x'r.tts of the house
But there is one thing we can eaeli and every gray or timber io the wants ef my customer». L. W.dd-wberr Jr. keeps shingle« on hand at
c.i. i nitteeon Military Atlaiis have
not fairly understand; w e are con- wolf scalp, ami in payment of the hi« reeidenca in Burns Pall on them for priics and tern* ar at tha Shingia
p‘< , .tied the tight sott of Army
same the c-ianty court shall draw M,:|-
A, K. R1CHARDFON.
b II It limits the regular army to , titluallv reminded that tv e are for a warrant on ths state treasurer for
I given f ir the great wrong we
on<l provides for enlisting
the amount, amt thw sums to lie at-
did. Why wrong?
5c>.<mo volunteers for a term of
testsd by the clerk of the county I
We all admit that slavery was
wherein such bounty is claimed.
iv H.11-. Within two )• ars the
the cause of the war. well, that
people will have compe’ded a set
being the case, was not s avery
tlement < ( .lie Coloniel question
constitutional am! were the S. uth-
that wiil iii.ikc a large army UQ<
ein soldiers violating the constitu
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There corne to my ranch in Sep.
tion when fighting for it* prrprt-
ten >r. a I »rg.- '■ >r
m hr inde!
uit : Katner we enot th< N orth
new ». Own-
j w. m en a non . Pr-p
ern solilti'ts violating this l<mg
TURN RY. OREG JN
re, prove prnpertv. par
tune established provision oi our chay¿rf»
>i.7r’.ed wu.'i ;á- Best
V-r-fof .1/ -!t
locstiiulioo l.y fighting for the <1 • * and take h»r a*nv Sh-
rd on my ranch
y r’* T a »< w .’ v » p «?
V >¡ei ' *8 Wh«l.*k
freedom of the »laves? ri>e’Si>uth
H ack t
was cinque ed ><1 c nq. d l«>
~t < cr rcaath *n Appii-aticn —
«uirc.'il«' ttvii v s
its tight to hold ¡.nes, but the
riivi*ir*Tit Trade tri' mt; Spoetai Attention.
.ut.on was 01.e ot («rtc U5.x o*
T hs T inis H sfussds i
R«|>ubli« T im »2 * yMr in •dvsl.ee
'if uè itinri'/icratd
All Tested Alike. Table Sevice the Best.
CI" Y MEAT MARKET
Your patronage solicited.
Harney Valley Shingle
We have added several new te.
tures to our already large stoc
Among these we wish to mentic
Ladies, misses & children’s cloak
carpets, mattings, rugs &
We cordially invite an inspects
of our stock, whether desirous i
purchasing or not
This line has been increased tc such
an extent that we have t ot near the
space to show the stock and in conse
quence they are marked at p.iees that
will insure a quick ¡sale and reduction
of stock Don’t buy a new suit until
you have seen our line. We will be
pleased to s' ow you th. us whether you
wish to purchase now or at some later
lime. We have everything in Mens.
Boys and Children's Clothing. Also
-ole agents for M. Bom A Co. Custom
Shoes to bs foiud in Barters Oraa
We give the best shse for ike J
money. Our aim is nut iogeteiav
trashy Shoes that ars set cheep nJ
price, bat to give a goad, hossit ;lk
at a reasonable pi ice. Forgeedmt,
ial, newest styles aid b.'iesl ver«
lines cannot b^hiaten.
We are showing all the new eqk
also the staple thiu.es iu Mes s Lus
and Children s Shoes, and carry itu
sortin'nt that e >rui faq (0
We still merit the reputation of car
rying the best line of Underwear to be
found iu this part of the country. This
Since putting in this line lutlilln
Fall it is larger, cheaper and better
have met w.th a plienombol tiexeil
than ever before, including Gents.
Ladies, N’isscs, Boys and Children's their sale. This fall we have lupijj
m two pieces and union suits.
• increased the line and are sew efoviv
Gei ts' Undeiwur frern 50 tents up. a ssost eeuplete assertmest is ut«|
Ladies’ Undirv car from 35 cents up goods, inclading all the i'» and ht«1
Children s Underwear from 20 cents patterns, at prices from 76 css'.ip. |
This line interests the laiuer auu
stockman, as well as the housewife.
A'e have always been the leaders iu
<he«e good- and the iunuei.iie stock we
Kara this fall will only h ip ta .-crcnglb
.-n our reputation.
We have a ujau.tn.ith lino of Com
forters, from the cheap, heavy ones to
the fine .steens.
Heretofore we have lo’.i tbese rsdi
by sample, I at the time hc .’ iim »
tween selecting and reeeipt if g*l|
was ioionveuient to those desiriqw
This Fall We have bresgsusu’
Carpets by the rail and are
sell Carpets at Easters prises ltd fr*
Blankets were never shewn ia great a good assortment of patterns.
er atundiace, from 75 ceuts per pair
We have Sliem from 60 ceils pt
to the fluo All Woo! California Blank
Also a fall line ready made Sheets
and Pillow Casos.
Mattings from 25 amis perysrisf
7 hit ia au an entire? new departure,
but one that has long been needed
The system of ordering these goods
from «anple has not been as satis’ac-
tory as having the good« to try on and
inspect. We have put io a very nice
as», rtn.ent and will sell them at prices
that esnnee be beaten in auv large eitv
The«e goods were bought to sell and
are marked at prices that will insure a
Ladies' Garments from #3 00 up.
Misses and Children's Garments
from 82 00 up.
In thia line we «arry a very
assortment, ieclnding all ti e , kt«'
novelties is well as staple artiela
Fine Plaid Cheekc at Iliad !<>•»,•
Imported Brocades it -i
Heavy Cloaking at 75 ceataipet )•
In this line we are aekarwle dr<
leaders. This Fall we have iserras«
ourjalready fine line. New it iaslW*
all ths new and leading thing’ •
Gimps, Braids sad PasssBrstr«
ranging in price from 8c per sard W