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KKiSr’i CONSOLI DATED JULY 22, 1896
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BURNS. HARNEY’ COUNTY,
| both sides of the river and shelled amount of purchase money and ex
Speaker Reed met Representative
> the enemy’s position at Guadaloupe cesses paid upon the same by the Lacey, of Iowa,in the shadow of th-
Manila, March 3. £:10 p. m.— ' effectively, temporarily scattering surrender of ¡the duplicate receipt entrance to the members’ lobby of
, The I nited States gunbeat Con- the rebels. The enemy’s loss was and the execution of a proper relin- the house. He peered at the Iowa
cord has arrived here after a week’s ' heavy.
quishment to al) claims of said land man, who bears a strong resemb-,
cruise a.ong the west coast eftbe^ Private John T. Oise, Third ar whenever such entry slia'l have lance to the secretary of war.
i island of Luzon. The only incident. tillcry, was killed.
been duly canceled by the commis
Walking up to him. and greeting
g . w . McBride,
of her trip was the
burning of - a
Onboard the gunboat Privates sioner of the general land office. him with a cheerful laugh and a
«C t ^« u “*U schooner loaded with supp ies for William Wheeler and Louis Barrien
...... I * And > in n cases where parties, as pra- handshake tint conveyed a sugges '
I W. K. J.ills
< M. 1 diem an the rebels at Dagupan, the termii.- of the California regiment was emptors or homestead claimants, tion of great relief, he astonished i
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have paid double minimum price the representative by drawling out: I
Kincaid 1,8 of lhe railroad. The natives fled wounded.
¿ücrvtary ©f State
"Lacy, you look so much like
F,ir land which has afterward been
iupt Jubile luMrucliou
secretary of war that you ought -
TJio Largase Stook
. R. 8. Bean.
I •o be whitewashed.
.[ C. Wolvertun
’ F. A. Moore
Tlio Lcwost Prices.
and the warship shelled that place within the limits of any portion of J
NIXETII JWDIUIAL DISTRICT.
. .D ........ M.D. C lifford
C. W. Parrish.
“The simplest efforts last the
O. L. H.m rsun. ! lowing dispatch lias been received . afternoon.
| which shall hereafter be forfeited l0!)gegf said the gifted lecturer;
W’e solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
l... the ____
, war . in answer , Tl»a
United States transports by reason of anv failure upon the
«OUSTY — HARNEY
lock at Mary’s lamb—forever cm
...... j.tnc. a sparrow I to his inquiry re pectirg the num I Senator and Ohio have arrived here part of the grantee to construct that
in deathless verso.”
11. Klt-har.l.on I .
with reinforcements of troops.
portion of the railroad in which I ,.
J. (4. c. <i welcome
rretisurer ........................... ..(R)
.. ot Amertc n prisoners held bv
this moment a tall stranger ii >
II- o. Whitiusr
Whltluir I 1 ,.
such grant was made, which is ad ,
’ A. ..
j. McKiunou tne insurgents:
, Im’ auibence suddenly arose, and in
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jacent to and cotermmus with such
Mania, ; March 3.—Insurgents
ich^ol Super, ntendeut ... .4»)
| a voice choked witli emotion, fi r
A. Veuaior ' have nut taken nor du they bol l a
lands, the excess ot $12> per acre! ,
cely cried: "1 ou re a liar!
shall m like manner be repaid, but i, ,
single prisoner of war. They have
only to the entry man who made the
harskv 0. < LAND
three soldiers ”
in ” ..........
; r»om. “Who was th it.nan?” in
.. . cbm. Newell i up in January, who, without per
-pi red the startlei heturer. ‘ Oh,’
I mission, went among them mar Brooke to reduce the army nf oc or administrator for the benefit of
i su'd the chairman cf the lecture
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- Cavite and Caluocati. I am look-1
i e< mmittce, ‘you mustn’t mind him
ling after them and providing 10,000 Cubans in the service of the
Ho belongs te the commissary de
I military government. At least, so
1 money. Have captured over 1500
SYI.VA BEBEKAII Degree No.aS
parlment!”— Cleveland Plain Deal
Meetsererv let and 3*1 Wednesday.
insurgent soldiers since February 4
Mias Jenule MePLeetei« N.I-
M M Leona Zeigler, Ree. st
anJ hold the majority as prisoners who acted as interpeter at yestei-
day’s council, adding that General I It appears that the legislature in I
of war. Reports which reach the
If Mr. McKinley can’t bluff
A. a. 0. W. Barns Ledge, No. «
.„.„n f>r the registra-
' United Stales are manufactured Brooke took the proposition
¿á?“Writo us for Prices.
Meet.every M »u,llthTjl¡u”l“onun. V W
, consideration, and promised to tion law tacked on a good thing for any more successfully than lie did
J.w taxer I’.ec. . no th in Hongkong.
consult Washington. Gen. Brooke county clrks, in the shape of a ten , on the army bill, he should never
here are in splendid condition.
himself says nothing of the question cent fi e to be paid the clerk by the . attempt to play poker.
HARNEY LOWGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
The Cuban military assembly county for each voter registered.
I met today at Msrinna, General This money is to go to the e'erks
There is a crying demand for a’
w Y King.secy.
1 Andrade announced that the pend individually, bo the law is under , war investigation th it will inves* |
New York, March 3.—A dispatch i ■
I ing business was of a very import stood here. County Clerk F>ur
ligate, instead ot devoting its time.
' to the Herald from Manila says: it ' ,
C- A- SW¿L-¡.,
ant and serious nature, connected roughs was asked about it today and ' lo try iog to cast clou! ts upon
. id rumored litre that a s,t amt r
i what is already known.
attorney at law ,
with 20.000 stands of arms ™d nHttee tbaHiad ca¡h.a upon p..^. said very promptly:
“Yes. I guess the law makes just I
such a provision, but I do not think ’ We should like to have certain i
the Philippines has be.-n seized ini the session should be private, and
it was right
and knew nothing h eminent . democrats
. . ,, .
unices cslinialcH, ole Buildings put up within the amount of
Japanese waters by the uapanese i tbc ¡isscllli)|y Sf) oldtírtd) the public
about it until the ’«w w”“
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J i r'-ntisfaetion guaranteed.
» «»ita't'.u. XI» 40 »• » V" » »J W w* ami mt- onviiu.un- C--— n»ven m , ic p,irtjt.s can tject a democratic figures given in estimates.
Aguinaldos army is disheartened , however, that the session was a bv fomeone here at tl>e court house ’
President in 1900.
! aa tho result of the recent action. '-tormy one. the discussion t.eing • Mr.
Burroughs will, of course, |
Many companies of the insurgents ' llVer the acceptance of the $3,000, now that the law has become one of
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' Evidently moved by the fact
XOTAKY PVBL1? have retired because their office rs COO tendered by the United Blates the statutes of Oregon, take
his fees, ,
, , do,
.... 1 since that a few adventurous Americans'
shulk and won’t lead their men.
government. Seventeen members a 1 anyone else
k J I 7V.x_.lcll IV
L V .
QZR.ECOÎT The latest news from Cebu is'¡t ie said, favored accepting thi3
. 11 • is about
num have been fijjlrlinji
the vote of - Umatilla
... the revolu-1
yy Practise» before U- 8. Land O31ce.
good. The natives are returning amount, but no lii.al decision was his fees will amount to about $400 tionary ranks in Nicargua the J ¡iiydc nn(] lime 8]WUya on hand at the yard. t-£f~Reaidenee IIanlry house,
to the town. The coolies are now reached, and the assembly will at each election, state and preside:!-1 President of that country is trying;
willing to work at reasonable wages. meet tomorrow afternoon nt El tial It is like “finding it in the (to m ike things as disi greeable for
Und-r the native government they ' Correro.
ro id,” for County Clerk Burroughs . our government ;.s possible. First
asked double piiy. Vessels are now
who has not the least mark of re-, thing he knows he may have a
loading and business has been, re
semblance to a “grafter’ and who g()(l(| nr.iny American visitors.
Relief of Settlers.
was perfectly satisfied with the!
I The ifluential natives of the is
Diaz is said to have
i lands of Malate and Tier a request
Many n-ttb rs in Oregon will le drawn—East Orcgoriinn.
j evolved a plan for civilizing lhe
general Otis to send troops there benefitted by the yaRsage of senate
H U RN-'
I They say that 200 men could easily bill No. 717, to secure which Sena
Marry XX’rxrl Men < Join« | furnishing them with teachers.'
, subdue the rebels The inhabitants tor McBride is actively engaged,
| If he wishes his si heme, to be in- I
; arc p* aceal.de. They ore disgusted says the Long Creek Eagle. The
The people of Pendleton, Oregon ' <L» secl by the far-famed savages I
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
' in Gull of Cal- 1
: nd he reported it back to the sen are making preparations to extend 1 "f Tiburon Islam),
'give native governors
.«ACHINE SllOr I' N CONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machines, Uun
see to it that the
B crxs ................................. 0,\EmN;i The two islands contain SO,COO ate with the second section to read
Ollec.ion«, Land bu-mess. and 1-a I
attend the second annual conven-j instructors sent thither are plump . tn. repaired promptly arid aalisfactorally
head of cattle which c-n’litute the ' B8 f.d|OWJ
Entate mailer prom I Hv attended to.
ford supply of the rebel army of
Sec. 2. That in all cases where lion of the I’acifiic Northwest Wool1'n person and not too old.
homestead or tirnl er culture or des Growers' convention, to be held ,
The declaration of the demo
ert land entries or other entries ol there on March 7, 8, and 9. The
II. m . tvrneb
J. W BttiWI,
promi es to be more cratic house caucus, that the Con
BIGG & TURNER
shall hereafter be canceled or re- than an occasion for mere enjoy stitution and the Declaration of
Manila. March 4.11:1'
4. 11:1-1 a r. m — linquisht d on account of cot.lli. t, or ment: but one on which there will Independence are both opposed
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
Wheaton’s where, from any cause, the entry given many things of inestimable to our governing any people T n.
I outpost discovered a large body of has been erroneously allowed and value to sheepmen and wool hand against their will, and declaring
Practice in all tne courts of Ore. relit Is attempting to cross the river cannot •>« confirmed, the secretary lers. No one interested in this in
it to be the duty of this govern-,
1\ HOLES A LE DEALERIN
Collections promptly made.
fir lhe puri> >se of reinforcint the of the interior .ball cause to be re dustry can aford to miss it.
| inent to aid the people of the is
' enemy at Go : laloupe, and a gun paid to th. perioii who made such
land which lately belonged to
i Iroat advai <
under a heavy fire entrv, or to his 1> gal r< presenlali ven, one fifth fare. See that you secure
Spain to set up governments of
tickets bused on this rate.
ai.d poured shot into the jungle on the fees and Commissions.
S. \V. MILLER.
1 their c-wn was thoroughly demo-
«RECON FORWARDINC CO
We sell everything yon may want
and onr stock is complete in every
McCormck Harvesting Machery
Harry C. Smith
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and
Dr. W.L. ïïarsden,
C. H. VCEGTL
Cheap for Cash.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Medical Exaw.iner for t
“er-u Mutual Life Insurance Ce.
C^*Offire Bt residence.
Physician & Surgeon.
Dr. H. Burchi
There are rcasons-excelcnt ones
-for the belief that the continua
tion of Military rule in any former
pose-i-iOu of Spain after the ex Hi res,
change of copies of the ratifii d
treaty of peace will be a violation
of the Constitutional authority of
the President. As long as there
is s state of war the President’s
authority is supreme, but as »oon
as there is peace, the authority
lies in congress has not authorized
the continuance of either of the
several military governments, it
must be taken for granted
Kmlev either intenda
t in (» are to i xen is.
I hat ii> onlv r >h: fully
I Iarney \ alley Brewery
O rioon .
HOWARD M BM » , T m
WHlTt, VKI hn»«»'
CAI D'AI11. IDAHO
\ Genera! Banking Business Itdnsacled