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JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. FEBRUARY 22 18b>t>,
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NEW OREGON RAILROAD.
private secretary, which is conti vote for him. During the progress
guous to tho study, and said "1 do of tho balloting, e vi ral deputies
Washington. Feb, 17.—The ad not feci well; come in.”
attempted to speak and cries of
Portland, Ore,. Feb. 1(1. (Special)
M. I.egall immediately went to “down with anarchy" were heard,
ministration has determined rapid
Oae Year .............
—Railroad communications be- ly to extend the jurisdiction of the the president’s aid, led him to a but no actual disturbance occurred.
tween a point opposite Wallula and United Slate- over the Philippine sofa and called General Bailland,
At 2: It) the ballot was completed.
OFFICIAL DI HECTOR Y
group in its entirety, acting on the secretary of the president's housi»- The progressists insisted on voting
W. McBride. I Columbia river along the roith theory that delay in this case is hold; M.
Blondet under private for Moline, which explains the vote n
I i G. Joseph
I shore via Vancouver is now said to dang rous and that anarchy and a secretary, arid
I)r. Humbert, who cast for him. The vote not cast for
f VA . R. E-I ik
This morning general para'y.-is of such intrests happened to be at tb.o Elys.-eut- Loubet or Meiine was divided be
M. tdleinan * bean assu-ed fact.
Attarney Getterai .......
............. U ni 1’ Lord
aovertior ................. ..
tween Uavaigrac. General Soussier
UK Kincaid articles i f ii'.corpcrat’on were filed as the islands
support will be tending a relative.
àeuretary uf ¿tute
... Phil. MctscLan i
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brought about through a failure1 Tho president’s conditions did and others.
jupt. Huoiitf iHBtruetìull
W 11 Loeds I
Stute Friuter .................. R
Tho Largasi Steels
When the sitting of the assembly
R. S. Heun. ‘ Vancouver has laen I’esignsted as promptly to rcplaco tin- Spanish not appear to be
«tBpreaie Judgcs ..........
I the headquarters of the corporation. sovereignty over the islands by Hr. Humbert, on p reeiving ti. it lie
> F. A. Moore
Th.3 Xicwost Prices.
was rapidly growing v •rse. tele-1 i ■ -■ < r >w 1-d. The teller* entered
j L. Gerlingcr and E. L. Canby cf that cf tbe United States.
NINET1I JUDICIAL DlBTK t .
c’Clark county. Wash, and Georg.'
Tin- decision involves the neces ph tied for Dr. T.anne Longue ami headen by Chaveau.who ar.n. unenl I
uis riet Att>raey —
o. i.. t'ami—-'- W.
Stanb ton of
are sity of a n ival campaign and this Dr. Sburlet, xvho arrived with M
We solicit your trade and guarantee EAIR TREATMENT to all
/uint RaprMontutivc (R)
li.it Loubet had been elcetid by al
Juiiit >tìuut«r ............... (Rf.
i K ney : :
. the inco: • porators. . and the
... <■ ,- :lal will lie instituted as soon ns Ad
m.¡-1st applause from the lctist and
... James a sparrow , steck has been placed nt $ ^3,000,000. mind Dewe-,-receives the reinforce Dr. Berseray.
. il. KU hanlii. i: i
Though M. Faurc still remained ■eider groups.
Cr .o. WhiUUg
conscious the doctors soon recogniz
Senator Chauveau add< d : • Lm -
. A . J. McKininni the eirn iration shall be Th’ Col- now on the wav to Manila.
1 ? 1'1 limbi.i Valiev Railroad Company,
that there ed that the esse was hop-I css, but l i t having obtained an nbs lut»
A. K. Richards«.n
A. Xviiau-r i
; b> I
Its first object, usspeeifiid in th- will be a necessity for formidable it was not until nearly 8 o'clock n i rity I proclaim him presi lem
Ju -amiss.u iwrs
that the mem’ is of the famih f the republic.” The announce
aitieii s of iricorporati n is to build, demonstrations, but the very fact
MAllNWY V s. I.All I* orrter. :
were informed t.f tho real state o' i incut was greeted with prole
. . . .Gwn.ïXV Un-ex equip and operate the foilowing
ailairs. They then came to till applause, mingled with violent pro I
I lu ■ ’•
rail oa I and telegraph lim a, viz:
sofa xvherc the president lav. Soon •>s‘s from the rightists and the'
A line from Wal'ulu on tb.a north to accomplish the purp so of nccu
after he began to lose eonsci .usm . - hfiists shouth.g “vive hi répub
bonk of tii ■ Columbia, then nero-.-
a: I ill s pite ::l! l imits,expiied at It lique.”
, ihe Columbia at a paint at or m ar
Mr. Chauveau ’then dchtred tin
SYLVA RÏ3EKA1I Degree Nc.<3
Owing to tho vast number i f ths in the presence of the family and
Meeuetery is' andZd Wednesday.
Philippine is! ¡nd-1, a larg • nininb' r M. Dupuy
Mif.yJennk Mcl'i.vvlviH N’.G.
M bd Leuna Zcigier. Kuc. Sev’y.
i f g-.h1 oats will be requiied to visit,
A sqiidron cf currnssiers arrived
A NEH PRESIDENT.
th -m simultaneously, so the pro-
■it the palace to escort the new pres
A. ■>. U. W. Barna Ledge, No. 47
fir Writ© us for Prices.
I nt and was greeted by the crowds
incorporai'ion rem la as follows: “P |
Meetrevery 2d and 4th Thursdays.
il M Hurtoii, M. W.
Paris, Pel . IS. — Il is oftlcially
J.W bjijcr.Rec. sb .11 be t! . ■ ■ obj e t of the corpor- visit nil principal to?, ns outside of
Calm prevailed although the
ation to ] mreli.-.se■, c i.tract nith.i Manil-, especially tl .se wl ere announce,] that M L nil i t has hi * n
w- re enormous.
elected president of the Freni h re
X.inXHV LOStl. NO. 77, I. O t> F.
lease cr O’therwise acquire any tail .
Hsftie at Odd Feliuwa Hall, every ¿-uurday I
7 • p ifi,
W E KUS OU, N. G. I roads in Orijf n, Washington o: ■
Y. Y King, ¿vcy. ’
Why the discovery, by Gin •
nd of M I
against 270 for M. Meiine.
Idaho v i h its or tin ir rclh’im !
Breckenridge, that rotten caiine'l |
from ar, early hour stations of
st. i k. and comp'i-■te tiie earn- to its 1 mil aome of tlie citiea on Negrito.
. Tl.e i..;viil’.•«<•* i l» will piobablv the rnilr nd lines leading to Vi r beef, originally bought for our1
C- A- StfEEK,
1 or tin ir Huthoriz d i
. < ::I ::ip-iif-d by some troops eaillos were eroxvdfd with people! (troops in Porto Rico, xvas being
Whether or r.ot
i:.d t1 ■ soldi rs irill lie landed gathered to witi.es« the departtin ! issued to t’ne destitutd in Havana,
: elan -< has anything to do with ; os- there I:-ary to l'.oist the Uir.l -d of the deputies and senators. M.' liotil.l be ri -ented by the head of 1
sihle coi'jai.e'ion with the P tl ’.ir 'tate- flag and take p- s.-i ,-sion of Der.mlde arrived ti daybx the’ Lv-I
the c< .minis-ary
! Vane'.liver it Yakim
form all of the ports. It is unih r- ui:s railroad and was met by m'-in-l j the army, in Cuba, and called
Di tws plan, makes mtimati H, tie Buildings put up wliliin the »mount of
impossible to state,
ni tin t there will 1., no attengt b< rs of the Patriotic L- '.’t.e.
“interfering with the c unmissary figure s given in istiinntes.
2 V'iitisfaction guaranteed.
p >int strongly in til .
O.-der prevailed atoll tbe stations 1
ni.ole at tins time to di | lace any
i & AL.
business,” is the newest War De
j It is said the corporation al-o in •i ti.>-existing municipal gonio where, to all appearances, there!
partment conundrum. Il inspec
tends to build Strambo its to operati ments except where they prove ri— were no special police prt'•aulicns j tion by the Inspector General isn't
Ion tir l'. lumina, Snal; ■ and Wil- rict iry and oiler re.-d.-t nice. In taken.
xx 11 it i .'
Th - first trains look an army of|
Inme'.t rivers, and steamships ti fact a p .1: v of conciliation will be
i onerata between porta in the u.rtl. ¡'oli.-'.ve 1 at all points in the treat
\ ers lilies, where the town ii i'i was. Curious things lia,
ment of th natives
thick Biel liuic always on hand at the yard. i-i’T.ctidenco Hanley hona..
decorated with flags and crepe
i The proposed route of the re •
The lamps were lighted and veiled mittedly great as a nev
i line is not a new one
Some 12 President Enure, of France. Dead
I and i.tupid on its edit
4 I x-< ars ago the survey was made : i
closed an editorial by saying to its
i the instigation i f G. W. Hunt.1
semi lv, namely th.- senators and. reader: . “dont be any more stupid
' About four x rars later nnothi i
after deputies, began to assemble at
• * ’ I than x oil need be’’ advice espec-
survey xv.is made, this '.¡me under
o’cleek and to B-leet theirseats Tbe j ¡ally applicable to ils oxs n editor.
the .-tipposrd direction cf the
s-senib’v met at, 11. th'- piiicebe l
Orego x R uiroad and Navig iti m |
; elased to the public.
No mailer who is responsible
j XRS , CROOEZory
Meiine begged bls friend- r.ot to!
for the iticlion with the I’ilipinos
there is no division as to wliat this!
government ought to <!<>
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
if it were fully
ft:'!,- r settled
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should withdraw the Phlippincs,
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.UACH1NE 81101* 1' N ( O.XNl.( T1ON. Bicycles, Muwing Machia..-,®
Co ’I uc .wn*. Land business, anti
we should tbra.sh those Filipinos
Estate matter j - toiut ’l\ attended to.
I-. h I A.iv'i pruiiiptlj aii'i uali> lac to rally
OREGON FORWARDING CO.
We sell everything’ you may want
a,nd our stock is complete in every
P^cCormckHarvestine Mach ory,
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder.
Brick Laying and
C. H. VOETLY
R. 5>. TURNER.
vl UulG-l -'■vu
BIGG & TURNER
Cheap tor Cash.
Practice in all the court? of Ore.
Collections promptly .made.
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Li I ka
J« our M >T i. >.
8. W. MILLER,
Burn*, - —
If there xx as any doubt about'
this being ’he cm of trust it
would ili-sipated 1 v reading of the
i'i of the rn-w $6<>,000,000
trust, the S to.ooo.or o
ri.-t anil the
\\ IIOI.ESAI.E DEALER in
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PHYSICIAN Ä SURGEON'-
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