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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. JANUARY IS 189!»
FILIPPINOS READI TO AT-ltaUed, leaving
ter much soon as possible, as lie cannot af- this wheat and wool sold, a full
ford and has no inclination to be $500.000, will be added to the de
The house spent the forenoon ¡die. He may take a short vaca- posits of the two banks of.Pendle
Situation Very Grave.
v.rangling over the number of tion after giving up his office to ton.
clerks to be allowed and their con. ’ his
’ successor. ""
Six »loath» ................................................. l.W
It is reported on good author
Three loti lis
Madrid, Jan., 1!.—General Rios, pensation. Compared with former ot or an interest in a [Saletn bank
ity that Miller & Lux having
the Spanish e nnnander, lias reit- session« the number of clerks is is one of the propositions that has
OFFICIAL D RE Tullí
leased several acres in the Cican
ass-, rtion that Tl
G. W. McBride. L; ratcil the
, ... situa- largely reduetd.
been made to him. He is con country will drive about 10,000,
jireph timan i tion in the wer in tne Philippine
tt Tainan«. • 1 1 •
sidering it with the Others.
head ot California cattle there to
Ei’n»RU°’ | islands is most grave. The rebels,: .
range curing the summer season.
Attorney General .......
wm p ' loi S I appers, are concentr.’.ting in the
Secretary of btate
will be an invasion of Oregon
I'hti. 'LUtM L^'u I neighborhood of Manila with the
. k .
Tlxo largest Stcolx
........ GM Irwin I intention of attacking the place.
I apt. Publio luatractiou.
and since Oregon
Fourth Kentucky has been muster
State Primer....................... K ......... W ii Lacdfi
j R. B. Bean.
Groat preparations are being ed out, and other volunteers now of the Methodist Episcopal church sheep men cannot cuter the state
The Lcws3t Prices»
.../ c. Wolverton
> F. A. Moore
made for the defense of the city. in the south will follow them ur.!e«s though he would rather secure a for '.he purpose of passing through
NIN’ETLI JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
No proposition will be without paying enormous tax, ii
. ,D ....... M.D. CLU FOku The Spanish general also asserts reinforcements are made necessary school.
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
Olitale! Jad;« ...........
U. \V. Parrish.
in Cuba cr the Philippines, The accepted, however, until after he is certaii !v to our interest to sei
joint R.preoaiutiv.* ..(11) . ,.O. L. Pn: »erbon.
3 have again refused to permit the volunteers abroad are to be mus has at least a three months’ vaca whether '.difornia cattle drovers
Americans to land, threatening to tered out last.
tion, which lie feels he has earned, i shall not pay a tax commensurate
........ Jamen A Sparrow |
. li. RIc itinlffoH ; rei i.-t by force if an attempt is made
His vacation will be spent in the j with th ■ value they receive Iron
rretwurer .................... .(R) . J. C.
G o. Whltiun to do so.
says ; East, lie intends to stay some our ranges. The question shouli
The Americans, the.e-
A. J. Mc Km doh '
...’ W Buchanan ■ fore, according to General Rios, Most of the present stale officers
time at his old home in lllinois.and be agitated in the pre:-.’nl I.egis-
w C. B» rit I
. A. K. Ri< •i«r...«n have :i a:mih?:. I
« m H l»Kf.eet©r
are undetermined as to what they at the home of his wife’s relatives l.iture and remedy faund that will
A. \< niter
lic.>. i:»gey i harking, and lie confirms 11 previous wifi do after being relieved of the in New York. He will visit 1 answer the purpo se. Lakeview
i statement to the effect
Ct that they cares of office, A fe-.v will go
1IAHNHY V 8. LASÜ office :
Washington D. C., and return to Register.
............... Geo.*W lift ch
• aC ter .................
bom! a ard Iloilo back to their old occupation al
in the summer, when lie Drunken Indi ins passing from
------ U’.ENTS FOR------
(‘•bee :.u-e the
houses are most immediately, while others
will determine his future course. Sheiid.m and Williamina to Grand
3 st " iti d •• t n j troh uin v. 'ni.-h I'..
will take short vacations, or, at
Attorney-General Idleman will1_____
locome so annoying
| fear being set or alighted by the
take time to consider the resume the practice ot law in Port- ■
(¡1C people of Butler have of-
i Amerier.ii sheila.”
BYLVA KSBEKAH Degree No. 43
i G, neral Ries alleges tb it the piopo liions that have been made land. He, however, in dc. oting | f ,rC(| a rewan| „[ ¡jjjg for (|le ar.
ifewtbevery ist and ad vVc<lnes(1t;y .
MiesJtDnifc Mci’heelt is N.G.
a great deal of attention to an ! rest and conviction of persons who
y. , t rebels are determinid Io fight the to them.
M es Leot a Zeigler, Rec. Scc’y.
Governor Lord will probably, acetylene gas generator, of which
— Americans before reinforcement!?
i sells liquor to Indians.
a . >i. v. w.iinrn. i . o J k «, K o k .
;.rrivs from tin United States
In resume tile practice of law. but lie lie is the inventor, and from which
The hunters who went over to
¡conclusion, . General Rios ears Ag- ha- made no definite arrangements lie expects to realize good profit.
J.w S.ocr.K«. Iuinaldo.„ proclamation
Camp Warner made the
has pro He has several propositions under
killing of the season, says
duei- i ¡mini ti e e: tl siasni among consideration.
KAEMRY LOBtfS. NO. 77, I O O F.
County Examiner. Six-
.. the rebels.
W. S. Duniway, private secre- ;
•teut« nt Odd Fellows Mail, ever., Saturday
L. Le.via, N. ‘ .
fill before theii
J. P. Zeigler, Secy.
tan to Covernor Lord, has receiv
Geo. A. Massie, the abscond-1
at a distance*
ing sheriff of Columbia county,
ed several flatering propositions,
one of which was made to him was caught in I’omeoy Wash a band of 150.
£■ A* SiEÊK,
. Salem, Ore. Jan. 11.—At tin this morning. He is carefully last week. He had been elected J Coyotes have killed 100 head
[opening of the senate this morning considering them, aid may accept sheriff
on the populist ticket in. of sheep for C. A. Buckley, a
Oregon- la message was rcceiveed from Gov one after being relieved of his 1892, and during the following Slierman county stock raiser, so
ernor Geer asking the return of the
fall and winter had collected con-, far tpi;i season.
Draws plan, 111:1k. s e-timat' s, etc. Buildings put up within the amount of
I present duties.
nominations of G. A Dolph, H. S
county tax money. He
Secretary of State Kincaid will siderable
1 irivi-n inestimates.
J i7“r'atisfneti<in guaranteed.
1 h.i bond of E. M. I.rattam as
B-. an, H. R. Kincaid. rec i.tsof tin-
said to have been a generous
again assume persona' charge cf is
, I register of the United State Land
slate university, and S. II. Holt,
, , .
Id- piper in Eugene, lie has been hail-fellow-well-met, who . loaned
. , lollice at Lakeview has been filed
'trustee of the soldiers home, which
, ' .
the Bond is for b 10.00».
had bi en «ent in Monday by Got in the neu.-paper business for 35
and was unable to replace it. 1 he
NOTARY rCBLi’* err.or Lord and referred to the com years, and docs not feel as if he
business methods he used in the |
aiittce. The inessag- was tabled ran stay out of it. However, lie
office were full of lossy-' The Youth’# Companion is
by a decisive vote. After mud •ays that in tiie course of time he
suddenly l ^’bably the only periodical in Urick and lime always on hand at the yard. |-#*Refidoneo llnnlcy I iouho .
¿y ?r:i"tiees b.-fore U- N. Laud Office.
debate a motion to instruct th- may sell his plant and engage in ness, and in 1893 he
the world seventy-two years of
committee to report the nomina some other business, though at skipped, owing the county about
whose first subscriber is still
tion? favorably nt oneo carried by present lie has no such intention. ^•3600.
and still a constant reader
a vote of 19 to 11. leaving the mat
State Trasin er Metschan is tin-
There is very close to $1.000,
paper. The subscriber
ter in the hands of the senate.
decided a3 to what he will do. 000 on deposit in the two I’endle
The introduction of the bills was He has had several good proposi ton banks, with more than one-i who enjoys this unique distinction
tions made him, but lias not yet half of the wheat crop and nearly
J Brooklyn, New York, now in her
communication from the governor
all of the wool clip of 1S98 still m
revoking the nbove referred to now accepted any of them, lie says
^5 Ji:ar- »’be was *bc little sister
he will get into some business as the hands of the growei
| of a friend of Nathaniel Willis
! father of N. P. Willis, the poet,
1 and founder of The Youth Com-
' panion. When Mr. Willis had
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
' resolved upon publishing a new!
.’lAUHINE SHOP 1' N CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machin.« 4
T paper for young people, his friend
B urns , ........................... O rbgon .
had him put d >wn his sister’s '' ts. repaired promptly and «aliifavtorallj
Cvllee.ion«. i.s:i ! business, an-.i l.c.1
Eoute niauer promt tlv alUnded to.
name as th;- first subscriber. The'
Companion's first issue was dated*
April 16, 1827, and for more than I
j. w r.istMj,
70 years this first subscriber has I
continued to read and enjoy it* I
BIGG & TURNER
The volume for 1899 will lie the ;
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
best The Companion has ever J
(MON FORWARDING CO.
THE LEADING FIRM OE EASTERN OREGON
We sell everything you may want
d cu ’ stock is complete in every
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and
Cheap for Cash.
Practice in all toe courts of Ore.
Is oar MOTTO.
S. W. MILLER,
Pri'*w quoted in thin column are utratlj
< ASH nr . . • •! only the ■
k .if iri.jr.
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are renuine tmreah « and j ri< cb . p ; < la er«J
quality «peak f«>r fhcn’iwi’ <- b A b r.if • of
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of living writers will give the best ,
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entertainment of the hundreds of
th .usand of households in which |
The N outh’s Companion is every |
week a welcome guest.
subscribers w ill receive the* beau-1
tiful Companion Calendar for 18-
99 tin* mod beautiful one ever
given to Companion readers—in
addition to The Companion for
I farne}' \ alley Brewery.
saranœ sah of Gothia?
PHYSICIAN â SURGEON
WATCH THIS COLUMN
Medical Examiner fur
°er a Hutu*] Life Inaurane» Cs.
fí?“t'iír« a< re«i¿*t>ee.
IS A PL.
Dr. H. E
I-»*“' >ffi • fir«t dvr loitb cf « : I
QSe« '1: . ..^
O remm .
We are desirous of closing out
our entire stuck of Clothing and
for the next 30 days will give un-
prcc dented bargains in that line
From week to irei L anti
avail ¡ji.tirvilvr i oj' the
Low P RIF ES.
T iib Y outh C omfanion ,
211 Columbus Av. Boston Mas«.'
T he T imm Hrucir» i« clubbing
with the l«mf.r g outride paper« and
offer« good indù cementa for cash
sub«' riher» C un” in an<l get tour
r.-adii g matter for the long winter
—If you want a piano or organ
writ” th” Ja.-obe mi Book and Music
Co. The Dalle«, Oregon,for price«.
Tua TfMasJlaa.o.n and Ort-1
an for *2 in advance.
A Gcwra! Banking Busino«., Iritnsacled
:>jOr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder .