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JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
Pr intin e
FEBRUARY 8. 1809,
lation so that all mav secure work, gvie wav to civil government as In cases where the forest cover is
i f vital importance to the water
Sixth—That the $3.01'11.000 shall fast ns possible."
All Alley of Um-le Sam-Will be placed suljeet t to the order of
supply, and where s many towns
cities depend upon the streams
General Brooke and that action in
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from the mountain ranges
Tiie Oregonian of Feb. 2, pub within the forest reserves, as in the |
•FFICIAL DI HECTOR V
Genera! Gomez was tendered a lished the following from its regu
vicinity of Loa Angeles, Cal., a re
I I beb.
>• c reception tlr.s
.i ■ evening aiwl i
. 1, via Havana, Feb. -.«.cu
lar Washington correspondent:
a w. Mciirirte eral Maximo Gonn-z, the command-
strictivo surveillance will be çu-
| erjin chief of the Cuban arn,y. Mr. Porter was among thos * present.
Numerous 'communications have forced, and all applications for
When Mr. Porter arrived here been receive ! nt tl.o interior depart
n'.'biieman1 placed himself squarely in pnsiti :i ]ast week he
permission to graze within such
At:«rn«y ttauural ........
.—.......... ..J was accompanied by ment from sheep and woolgrowers
W in 1* Lord ■ t ,
reserves have been and will be
H ¿" kiucu I'1 today as an active allv of the Unit-
Utratary oí State
(¿nesadn, the throughout Oregon’and Washington promptly denied. The same pre
.. GM Irwin ■ed States government in the work
Supt. Fiibii« Instruction
W h Lae* Is
■special commissioner of the Cuban requesting information regarding
Tho Largest Stcote
cautions are to be observed with
R. R. Lw
— '* .. i of reconstruction of Cuba.
i junta at Washington: Captain B II '.lie forthcoming regulations of th:
. .> c.
4upre mi « Judges
regard to Bull Run on the reserva
As a result of the conference that -of General Brook's stall
) I'. A. Uoore
Tho Lcwo«t Frioej
gem ral land otliee relative to ’graz tion of that name, from which the
XUfETM JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
0 itN«t Jaartt
ing on the different forest reserves water supply rf Portland is obtain
c. w. i'«rri«h.1 tmssioner of Mi Kinlev, has bad staff, and a correspondent
solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT te all
J >;nt R6pr,8«ututiTe ' R) U. L. Kauuriou.. . , ,,
of those two states
.. a . w . gow « u »nil Gomez, the latter cabled to
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. Associated Press.
Oregon and Washington havt
, to McKinley this afternoon assuring
V3WNTY —MARKEY i
General Gomez had gone to his been peculiarly favored with re
Laws Applying To Newspapers.
............ ...... J‘ue KU ha?.?»“" h’111
i**5 co-opt ration in disband- I camp lliis morning, but he returned
(r«a«ur«r ......................... ..(R)............. 'V!‘i?iu“ ing the Cuban army and di-tribut-
' accompanied by bis staff ami 50
The courts have decided that tin
.VwBuchM£niing among the Cuban soldiers the horsemen on various kinds of ing within llie forest reserves, as
.. ’' a . k . Kich»rrt«e!! $3,0G0,WX) appropriated for the mounts. They iodo past the hotel the practice is absolutely prohibit fallowing vre th? laws tiiat apple
other states and territories to newspapers:
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a«®, nosey purpose ot enabling them to re i where Mr. Porter was
■ r t
which contain forest reserves. Ini 1 1. Subscribers who do not give
turn to their homes
aiound the plaza and into a side
California last year the troops were' i express notice to tho contrary an
General Goin-z also telegraphed street to tiie Cuban headquarters.
called upon to drive the flocks considered as w'sliing to renew
to Major Genera! Brooke saying he General Gomez was seen by Honor
from the Yes 'mite reservation, the their spbscriptions.
• would a<-.-pt tl;,- latte:'.- invitiiticn Quesada this afternoon and, after
special agents supervising the work.
2 If subscribers order tho dis
to go to Havana.
an horn’s conference, Mr. Porter, In all, th rc were driven from the
continuation of their periodicals,
The success of Mr. Porter's inis- accompanied by Sen- r Quesada,
reservation in the neighborhood of; the publisher may continue to send
STT.VA KKXRKAH U'-grce No.«3
|sion greatly simplifies the return Captain Campbell and Lieutenant 325,000 sheep, mostly uninials'that,'
Mett« every let and 3d Wednesday.
. them until all arrearages are paid
Alißs Jennie MoPheeteis N.G.
II inna, was received by (¡eneral because of the drouth, had sought I
M.S» Leuna Zeigler, Rec. aec’y. ing of the military Cubans to the
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse
, | purauita of peace. In view of Go Gomez in his parlor up one Hight pasturage in tiie reserved
I to take their periodicals from the
I uiez s supposed prior attitude oi of stairs and in the presence of his j In Utah the legislature has re-I postoflicc to which they are direct-j
A. ©. W. Vf. Burt.8 Ledge, No. 47
Write us for Prices
M««isavery id and 4th Thursdays.
M M Burton, M. W
J . W »ayer, Ker.
| Mr Porter came here clothed wit!,
The oi l general wore no insignia the privilege to u-e the pastures lie. bave settled their bills and ordered
absolute authority and tho tender of Ins rank. He was dressed in a extended to woolgrowers, and such ; tben) discontinued,
■ARNBY 1.0BöE, NO. 77, I. O t> F.
of $3,000,000 was practically a1 linen coat and dark trousers and matters have received moieorless' 4 If subscribers move to other
Maas» al Gdd FelluWM Halt, «vary Saturday
W E Hustou, N. G.
verbal ultimatum. Ha l it not ' bad a silk handkerchief over his attention iti other Western states. p|;l.,,s> without informing the pub '
W Y King, Bucy.
been accepted no mere proposals - coat collar. He a so wore a black brom what can be now learned, it |jg>u.r> .H1(] t|11? papers are sent to I
would have been made.
lie and showed a heavy silver would seem to be probable that the former addrejs. they are rosnon-
G À SWEEK,
In brief the compact is as follow.-:
-.vat -h and chain with a cross at when a change is made, the piivi-Lible.
, First—The Cuban ollicers in
leges now allow' d in Or< gon and
,-,e Tiie courts have decided that j
tached to it.
AlTU KN E Y AT L A W,
leach province shall a -ist tin
. , m;,,. neriodii ate ’ m E
, I .11...- - 4 - 4 - a » 1 1. •» 4 >a, !■!. •* . aaa — — 2 - — — iJ - -A <••<- v»»»w
i .- iii i « «»»
» > i is»«»»i«»f.
im> v .
American ollicers in distributing ancdlal in u r**4*l i i.*« XI»
so that 'g
will be L
in;* r 11 n n £
is prima facie I
opened the rnterview by referring ■ ■ ■ '
Draws plan, makes estimates, ale Bnililiegs put up within the amonnt of
Second—That t> lose ollicers shall to the change for the belter which be permitted, but in limited sec-1 evi(jellC0 of fraU(1
at once meet at some convenient tad taken place in Cuba since he tici'S of the reserves and on certain i (5. If sul scribers p-iv in advanca
point and devise wbe and w L it .
Fpecific conditions. The d- part-1 lb,,v a|e bound to ivo notice
■ tho settlements are to be made, and ai l s'ief s On III - fact that MH- ment nud the g- m-r.d land o ! ce. end of tiie time if they do not wish
H aà L R3TATÍ
arrange anv other details.
to c-inlinue taking it, otherwise the
people were asking where was Cu tinder which the matter comes
NOTARY PUR 1.1'•
Third—That tho sums paid t oa's pr noised lib rty.
reetly, bare been disposed to be publisher is author:.'.'.I to send it
Americans shall no: b? n gard-
‘•The answer to this, Î» said Mr. generous and conservative in regard and the .-ubscriber will be resp in,
ed as part payment of salary or Porter, “is that Cuba now has coin to tli’’- w '.»'growers of th • Norlhwe-:, sible until an express notico with
Urick and lime always on hand at tiie yard. J-e/T.i .«idnino Hanley house.
bvfoi« U- S. Lund Office.
: wages due for service rendered, but uiercial and industrial liberty and and that stand is to be maintained pa; nil-lit of all arrearages is sent
to facilit it .- the disband m< nt < f th that President McKinley has di in the present instance, with n g ird to the puldisher.
army ns a relief of suiT'-ringa: <1
reeled me, in framing the Cuban to all sections.
]awrt art. M
an aid in getting the p ool -1-, wo k tariff, to make no discrimination
The commissionrr K ite« that h ,,^,. )„1|)|isb,.rs
U1 .. •t
Fourth—.he Cubans shall sur in favor of the United Stat-- in tie feeL disposed to alt-Bv tl hi-' gr'1/.ÌLg ( hP for fr,.m¡ who tuktH a paper
render their arms to the Cuban as manner that Spain favored herself. where the forest cover will be reas |fl|1(|
pay f),r k
PHYSICIAN A XI)
1 scmbly or to its represent ativi s.
w))0 „n^,, |iiH
Cuba is frte today to buy in the onably protected by pr p< r provis ,he |a,v (|)C
Resident I Fifth—The committee on dis cheapest market. The people are ions of law. In some instances. <(1|„rri|,tion to run along for some I
DEALER IN -
practicable (i ne U(||miJi aii() (ber>
J tribution shall us-- iis best ei.Jeav returning to tiie pursuits of peaci however, it will be
ARE A a C
110 OH®» y
ORKGON ,‘ors to distribute it among the popu and our military government will to allow gr zing in < ert -i ->i-1 ¡¡it s.
,i,t;nu' <1. or orders the post
master to mark it ‘'refused" and I
have a postal card sent notifying f
the publisher, leaves himself liable |
GMO. 8. SIZE.MORE,
to arrest or fine, tin same as for
theft—From Press and Printer
’ MACHINE «HOP I’ N CONNEt TION, Bieyel.s, Mowiag MatbiaM,««
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We sell everything you may .want
and our stock is ^complete jn every
JVtcCormck Ha r vesting Machine rr,
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and
Specie' 11 ty.
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
‘''dec.ion««, Land business, and
K.-'.ai? matter promt ih attended to.
I-agau DisfttisM'd from Army
BIGG & TURNER
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Practico in all-toe courts of Ore.
Collections promptly .made.
LIVE AND 1
repa r,,,i Fro“Mly *'*d sati.f.oi.rally
< liic.igo, Jan. 27 -A'-pei-ini to the
Times Hi raid from Washington i
says: Disniirsii from tho military-
service of the United Slati a without,
any ricoininendatioii .fur clemency
Is the verdict passed by the co' t 3L>.
martial upon Commi- ary General
E igin for hi' r« cent virulent attack 1
W HQLF.'ALK DE ALER IN
upon Major G-neral Mile«. Th'-'
verdict we reached within 15 min
utes after the trial ended today.
N< I»ithfltanding the i.aturo of
lusioii, the p
dent curi eXerei-e clemency if he ».
deciret and General K.igan's friend •
nill urge that his punifhmei.t Le
confined to relieving him ‘liedull«*«
of commis'nry general of subsist-
enee and to a detail to garrison Bi'« NS
I« oar MOTTO.
8. W. MILLER.
Yuttr interests arc out
R M. TURNER
Cheap tor Ca»h.
Harney \ alley Brewery.
Ck?.rar.:o sale ci Cl
Medical Examiaer for
!’»na Mutaal Lif» Insuranr» C».
—T he T imes H erald
.- hi for * À in advance
We are desirous of 'closingtvu<
our entire stock <4 Clothing and
IS A FENNY EARNED." for ,he nPX'
Oflea at residence.
d‘*.vs "i¡l 8ive ,!n’
From week to week and
'trail yourselves of the
Physician & Surgeon.
Dr. E. Burchtorf
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