The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, January 25, 1899, Image 2

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J . . 11. M
utun
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as he bad
E .giacer
District of
. nd c... er:-, at 1 ia
during the time he
Commissioner of
Columbia.
e
■r.;en’ of General
tiro • lobe Governor general
of C uba over the head of Gent I’al
Lee, who has been made merely
Governer rd Havana piovtnce, is
without excuse. General Lee has
cai ned the office by faithful and ef­
ficient work in the midst of the
greatest period. He not only has
jorgotten more about Cuba than
Brooke has the capacity to learn,
but he is a belter diplomat and sol­
dier than Brooke will ever become.
—Ex.
and that a copy of these resolutions
hr sent to the family of our deceas­
ed brother; al-o that a copy there-
1 f be s<ot to tiie local papers for
pul hcation, and that a copy be
duly placed upon the {records of I
this lod^e.
A. B. M ason , I* C.
B. D. M c I ntyhe , P C.
M. L. L ewis , P. C.
Jan. 21»t, 1*99.
Committee.
White Front Livery, Feed &
The democratic party can ito
It is said that Secretary Alger
his < ountrv no gre..ter favor than
preventing its adoption of’ impel- will resign his place in tiie cabinet
on account of the Egan court-
idi-m as a pvimaneiu policy.
martial, as he was strenuously op­
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
“Lik in i.-.ter like man’’. Egan posed to such action. We are
Mission Rock
FOR THE
Lu w -o many humi'i.i'ions pi n cd sorry to JoseHhim, but if he insists
u;> n Miles 1’>"■ Alger that he we suppose the president will ha ve­
Washington,
Jan., 19.—The
thought iie c u!d safely add a few to accept his resignation.
1 president has issued an executive
Grand Mask Ball
Tw o bills arc before the legis­ order sotting apart wbai is known
AI. 11. LKE5T0N Fropiictor,
himself.
Bar«», 0nm
lature
to
provide
plans
by
which
as Mission Rock in San Francisco
In 1S97 the eastern states were
This Stable is located on the corner of Frit and B Street»
ing to the Oregon legislature advantage maybe taken of the act bay a9 a naval reservation. The
Gen. Egan forgot that the in­ i pointin
of
congress,
passed
in
’
94,
making
purpose
is
to
use
it
as
a
coaling
and grain on hand Has competent help, R udi a Job Wagcil| ’
herent right of every man to make and saying “how disgraceful’’ be­
('der the auspices of Inland Cir- gers to any part of the Country.
’
ie9'
cause of the deadlock and no leg­ [Conditional grants of arid lands to station. The navy department to­
an ass of himself lias
provso
states that would reclaim the day sent out instructions to the
tha» he shall not injure another in islation on account of the acn.i’or-
1 lands. Representative 1 law son’s commandant at Mare island to
ial contest. This year Oregon
doing SO.
bill is to appropriate $42,000— to take possession of tha rock in
can point to about eight’ other
I“.1 .1
-I
■ -
^-gOelo for each of tiie I j countes the nan.e of the United States.
The League of Bimetallic Clubs state legis'atures that have done
of Eastern Oregon—for bet ing
of the Ohio Valley are arranging little else hut ballot on U. S. Sen­
Wili Celebrate.
artesian wells to irrigate such
for a convention, at Louisville. ator so far.
lands. Objection to this is urged
Ell
. . " ——;
Kv., next summer, which shall
T RISC II & DONEGAN, Prcpriatora.
Chairman Kuykendall of
on two grounds. First, it takes
be an eye-opener to some persons
The • annual nurnber”of the
a big sum of money; second,there j hint committee appointed at
tv. «
Oregonian, issued on the 16th
Oregon.
is no evidence» that the counties special s<,_- -ior. cf the legislature to
If we c in’t get along with our inst, has reached its readers J in containing the arid lands want arrange fur 'lie celebration of the
present military establishment Burns. It is replete with facts such expenditure of money. 40th anniversary of the admission
of Oregon into the union, and also
without disgiacefal occurrences, regarding th" Pacific Northwest Michell has a bill 111 the senate to
the 5'Jth’ant.iversarv of the extern
and
contains
information
that
will
what will we do with a much
encourage persons cr companies 1 tion of United States laws over
be of much benefit to this state.
larger military establishment ?
reclaim arid lands by extending! Oregon territory, last week presid­
The 64 pages of matter on the re­ irrigation ditches through them
ed a brief outline of the program
sources of tcis section gives an al­ from suitable water sources.
The Czar is said to have the
for the celebration, and got the sen-1
large st collection of i < Inna in the most complete history of the l’a- This conte mplates no expenditure ate’s indorsement. The celebration
BURNS,
Work’. That may account for i fic Northwest.’
nil tiie part of the stale except wii! take place February 14, on I
that the state shall give title to which date the president approved
McULAIN <fc WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
his try ing to gobble up
1 so much
Just as soon as we learn the ex­ the reclaimed land to those who the act of ongress admitting Ore­
of die empire China, Merely ad-
1 he proprietors of this large and commodious House
act conditions of {the alliance be­ reclaim it.r)Thi.-> is aid to favor gon ot statehood. The forenoon,
ding to his collection.
tween Uncle Samani John Bull, the big land and cattle companies afy-moop and evening exercises
hotel keepers and thv public is assured good accommodatiens.
we expect to present a bill, in the that so largely control the sources are contemplated. In the forenoon
Senator Allen’s resolution for
proper manner, to parliament or of water applicable to the arid both houses will meet in the hall I
the invi: ligation of the war by a
whatever branch of the govern­ lard. I11 this case 'it is said the uf representatives and it is expect-1
committee of five senators, not
ed that addresses will be delivered i
ment that has charge of such af­
fWParties desiring regular board are requested to consult
more than two to belong to one fairs, for printing legal blanks for only benefit to accrue to the state I y ex-Governor Lord on the execu-;
Landlord.
poli i. id party, is too good to be the justices of the peace of this would be from 'lie st tlk ment of live department of the state govern- '
its territory, while in t' e other ni"nt; by Judge ,S. A. Lowell »n ■
pigeonholed; and, if he can get county. Our county board has
case
:l is promised that the State the judiciary, and l>v Hon. Rufus
it to vote, we believe it would be decided they are not county offi­
would
derive from the ale of re­ Mallory on the legislative branch,
adopted.
cials and therefore the board is claimed land a great deal more in the afternoon it is expected Hon.
not under obligations to purchase than the c -s', of reclaimitii'.
(■eorge H. Williamswill deliver
r>
The betting odds are now re­ legal blanks for them. The poor
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
the oration and there will be ap-j
ported to I e in favor of an extra fellow surely I elong somewhere,
pronriate music.
ifcsclutioiis of ( omlolence.
session of emigres . although the and we think perhaps Queen \ ic
r’ta.’st Olaas,
administration and*tbe republican will at least furnish them with pro­
in
The
Legislature.
To the (,'hincellor Commander,
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGU
leaders in e ngross are still work­ per forms necessary to their of­
oiheers
and members of Inland
LINE BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
ing again it.
Salt ’n, Ore., Jan. 19.—(Special.)
fice. Other county boards of this L >-lge, No 20. K. of P.:
state even go so far as pay ollice
e, your committee, who were In his inaugural message, Govern­
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOl
G n. Wood gave the opponents ten) for justices of the peace and, uppi ¡1 t -1 to draw up resolutions < f or (h er called attention to the utter
01 a large standing army a new we have it from good authority condolence to th" family and fiicr.ds lack of any demand for new gen­
Old Robinson Building.
argume. t when lu- said that he that it is the law for county court: of our lately dtecased Brother eral legislation nnd warned the
regarded 1.000 American soldi­ to furnish all legal blanks neces­ I- r. nk T. Milkr, r. -p< clfully sub­ members against disturbance of
privat.- parties or intrests by legis­
mit the following:
er - is ulliiicni h r Cuban gar sary for such officers
M ir ••-. - It ha ■ ■ . I Almighty lative j-iaitment. Notwithstand­
i Hi n .dut y.
God the Supreme Ruh r of the Uni­ ing this tin re han been probably
'1 he West Virginia .senatorial
m ire propositions than at : ny for­
M les shoti'd tell the countrv >iti alien may furnish anodici vi rse in His infinite wisdom, to re mer -. ssion for new otlices. com-
AT HOME
move from th • I h >.-.mi of his familv
even thing be lias learned about 1 p.niof of the truth of the adage,
G. SM.TH, Propt..
Burn», Oreg»»
and th" ■ssx-ia!i.-ii., f his fellows ni.n« and appropriations tohelp
the bet ! : i-rved to our soldiers; it ■
hen thieves fall out” etc.
out
iriiliviilmds
nnd
institutions
and compeers our beloved brother
may get j-im some more ........
abuse
JSC
I rank 1. Miller, who departed that may not properly le classed
from inleie-ted patties, but the
President MiKiiiley seems to from this life nt Burns, Oregon. SB benejiei(lies cf the general tax­
people will thank him. even ii be deadlocked between the Brit- January 1sth, 1S99, therefore Le it paying public.
Today a l>:il was intr. dticed for
they cutin '. at ties time, revv aid ish government and the American
Ri>oi.\ ri>. That although we
n
si.:te
grain comuiission. Already
him.
people on the l’hillippine question de< ply ib plor-‘ bis loss, “apparently
bills
are
p- r.ding for a building and
to us untimely.'’ yit we bow ini
lo-m
cre.iiiii-si
m--r which would
humble
sul'H'i
sion
to
’
the
will
of
I he squabbles among our army
S .tint Murphy, ot New York,
wipe mi- 1 y.-ry s nail and honesllv
Hiin.w
li
.lisp
si
-.
H
s
¡1
evidences
1
-tin
,
1
s
in
(
‘
uh.
1
furnish
allot).er
has .inn aince-.l his 1 pp.i-iti. n to
coi.din tnl association in the state; j
the amievaiioii of the Philippines; rgimient against out undertaking ns seeiiKth good in Hjs sight, nene one to increasa the supreme court1
haying the right to question Him.
la t .inks we should a-sist tin- the perm.incut government of the
and say, “What doest thou? and t’-.-ni tbr • to five; another for cod-’
I
’
lulppim
s.
islanders to form and maint.i n
:
none caw siy Him nay.” The de­ plication of ill1 laws; for a game I
.■11 i u’irpendciit government. This
signs ,.f the Great t’reato - and Dis- ami forestry warden with numer­
view of tb.e matter appears to be
rOicgna and Sausage of a!l kinds always on hand-
p< user ol Good, or ill, seem inscrut ous depute s, ami a hundred other
Ue.tsar linings, but lie
met < .i,ung.
able and ; ast the limited wisdom of (- expensive luxuries proposed On
Pingue well adveitiscd, and
>ur finite comprehension; but we t 'pofnll this the wavs and means
profits from his shoe factory
have
an aw.ilitig faith that assures i committee I < sieged by enough
I n l.'i tl < old pistol,, and < e Ite .
I doubtless console him
us that He doeth all things well . 1 schemes to exact state money to
fi r-two regiment Gen. Eagan
and what Hu wills h lest. There make the largest appropriatim
wo i d have l een
I d to aicuunt
bill
r submitted.
“ I lie sentiment of the people t; n Le it further
quickei f. r having called Gen
,
RE.-oi.v
i:t»,
1
hat
the
father,
ninth
upon any veiv gnat question
Mies. his superior otlicer, a liar: must le measured during the er ami sister h ive los| n kind son
Had Mr. McKinley Alger out
.uul, all things considered, the days of delibei ation. and not dur­ ami brother; still there is mi nrmv <4 t': • Cabinet before the war
-etilement would picibaldv have ing the boms of excitement.” 1 of t rave nnd ihivalric Knights, lu with Spain, he would have escap-
whom they uro sacred charges, t*( i mm I-. worry and the country!
bien more' satisfactory ti the Col W. | Brv in.
J. W. BUCH A NON, Propt.
HARNRY, OREGON
Wll'.l! -, tears are the brightest jewels w
aggrieved put)
mil . .iie been spared several-
that thev garn< •*r. and m hoee cart is s
TuMei Supplifd Kith the nftl the .V,rlet .1 forth
.mdal*.
I “ might be supp ised from ■ to them a sacri
■cd trust. Then ore
The life c f the late Samuel S i theii testimone that cci tain artnv be ii further
Comfortable Lodgings.
Everything First-Ch
t-Sunset’ 1 Cox. who »> l«»ng otlìc i is live b\ i '.mice all t! the limy J ItF.sm.VKn,
Alg.. i':n in iv d 1 much: in fact Call and see samples of our work
D-rms fur Board by the day, <(ek or month an Application—
and so nblv wnnl the denmciat- on the same soil of licet that was share in the sorrow of i|1(. ;>tr ave.l ’ .is (1.me much that was discredi-
and get Prices.
ic party 11 c -ng: c.—. is a new Ls'Ued to the soldier» in Cuba and 'family i d ext nd to them our t.;b e. but it cannot hush up such I
* mnwient I l-nde tri von Special Attention.
b-Hik that will make a valuable Porto Rico, but the soldi« . know henrtf It sympathy, in their 1.is­ . s( md.d as t' at aroused bv Egan
and u-vtul addition to the libr.u v better.
land in this tl eir greatest aflhunm; ■ d'n-g Miles so many kinds of a
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1 ( tl:o<c vv h > believe in the umk-i |
ieommendiug tiiem t„ the tender liar.
ire of Ilim who fullered like as we
lying principles of Jeffersonian de­
I he I nits'll State cannot at
do
now. He wbo was touched with
ci craw.
l ompii'h much in the imperialistic
NOTH F
the f-clings of our infirn nties. to
business without a large standing
It is st it< <1 in W a siting ton that army. I alk about imperialism Him who l< mpers the wind to the
— dealer in —
Noii.ce ;« hereby given that for
shorn Iamb mid who said “Conic
the repurt of he War lnvcatig.i- is eiilv a p.isttime f >1 Senatois unto me nil y,> th it labor and an» th • purpeso of making ai. exami­
tiuj Commission, soon to be sub­ and ncw.sp.ipers in the absence ot heavy laden and I will give V0U nation of all DcriK>ns who mar otter
mitted to Mr. Mv Kinley, will cen­ fa large military establishment. If rest.“ Therefore l.e it further
th» mwlree as candidates for teach­
sure Secretary Alger.
M '< > the people of the I nited States
Hr.-m vkp . That w« realise that ers of the rchcols of this county.
-ue eppos. .1 to impi ia ism at S: : .iv:* *t a faithful nitml ■ r of *ie riunir beard wii) hol.l a pub- I
Sh ifter.'.h t. k idfc
.
rxarninition at the school
VEC.ETAPI.ES!. GRATN. PROVISION« etc.
the Mcdiv.11 Department o! tbi 1 home nnd a brood thev » m easilv our order, a I rot her whose me
■e in Burns, Is-gin lieg a 1
will alwav s lu-had in kind'
pf the army, arid c. mg: » -
1 ' i- prevent it bv iifusi-. g to .
TOBACCO and GIGA RS.
-> k p. m U’eiintsiir, F
gtC's is t • be hi. led I r 1. t any further increase < { the ne men I rance ar. I < h-r-s|i. t ...
Opposite The Times-Herald 06c», Burn*. Orefoa.
fa tni-. nr. J loyal KmgM. T
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having piov ided »iiK.kclc» ■ p«>-.v- in.ment military «st.ibt hmetit
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dra P l fw a |.ri,si of » birty dav«.»
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Feb. 14,1899
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Prices
\ our patronage solicited.
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