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feÄTSri CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY' COUNTY,
Idaho Miners Riot.
“And that pile of little ones, do you
eat them?’’ "No, I feed them to the
hogs to fatten them, and then give
the hogs to railroads for hauling
the potatoes to their owners. This
¡3 a great country, though.”—South-
Discharges Left To Otis
OREGON FORVIARDING CO.
The first authentic information
Senator McBride, of Oregon, has
: regarding Lieutenant J. C. Gilmore been notified that General Olit has
respondent at Wardner reports
1 and his party of 14 men from the complete power to discharge vo’.un-
that word has come that the Can
Tare. Month. . .......................................
United States gunboat Yorktown teers, and all applications to the
yon Creek miners are inarching
! who were captured by the Filipinos . war department for separate des-
on Wardner. The inhabitants are
12 was received today nt charges are now futile, ail being
under arms and expect to help the
joreph Simao j the hands of Major Arguellez of the left to Otis.
I’rof Albion Small, of the Chi soldiers and fight for their lives.
cago university, in a recent lecture,
, »tail of Antonio Luna.
L atkii ------ About 360 strikers
. c. yt. blleinan
First Class Goods
wm r Lord It is in the form oj a hit of the
roundly denounced the capitalistic
Without Binding Twine
are under arrest and the others
¡1 K Kincaid ...
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are escaping over the mountain
lip“»'*»1“ iu»truc,‘üu ................. G M Irwin L
Ths Largest Stcclr
—-- Jtenant Gilmore. The lieutenant
Monroe, Or.,—The operations of into trusts, declaring that the trust trails into Montana. The state
) R S. Beau.
Wulvcrtvu reports that he and his party have the cordage trust have had a de- magnets are dragging tho country
Tka Lcwoit Prlcoj.
) F. A. Moore
been brought across the mountains moralizing effect on the larger to ruin. 1 Prof SinaU had better troops are guarding the prisoners.
XINETU JüDI'-'I al district .
D ...M.D. CLIFFOhu from Baler, where they were cap- farBiers ef this vicinity
Several be careful. Rockfeller owns the---------------------
c ' W. Vanish.
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT t» all
A Hungarian violinist in Penn
Oi.irict Attorno .................. '
O-C . W.Gowan I
lofthose who cultivate 500 acres Chicago university.
¡«lut-s.u.tor ............. ................
This information was brought in ¡anj over will return to the old
Minnesota captialists aro trying twenty wives, yet the unfeeling
to a nute which Major Gen- method of heading their grain,thus
. James A Sparrow |
Caualy J adg» ..........
steer a bill through the legislat-! court
—• the poor fellow to
II. KicharilatiD e(al MucAithur
sent to Luna by ¡eliminating the binder as well as
J . <’- WclcuDie i
I I prjgon.
and Lieutenant i twine. Tlrs conclusion has been
J W Buchanan Hayne
and which those oflicers reached by these people on account
,.W c. Byrd
The Standard oil plutocrats are Redlands has a wou'd-be train-
A. VcDHtur bearing a flag of truce, carried . of the present and past reports sent
Gee. Hugey General Luna’s line yesterday even out regarding the proposed prices said to have gobbled up the great wrecker OI)ly p vears o]d.
ing. The note, after aski ig for in ' to be charged this season for bind-
young man keeys on in the way
H AUS ST V N. LAND oftice :
. ,Geo"W llaye»1
he has begun he is almost sure, in
. ...Chu«. Newell > formation regarding American pris jng-twine. One firm owing and
Many a martimonial craft is1
oners in General Luna's hands,con- ,operating a large steam threshing s
------ AGENTS FOR------
saved from shipwre.-kpinly because score of vears or so, to rise—anti
- 1 eluded vtitli the messaga that he ioutfit has ordered two 16 foot head I anchored to a cradle.
(Gneral McArther) would be | ers, and. with one already on hand
to meet General Luna.
I has contracted about 1200 acres,
STLYA REBEKAH OcgrceNo. (3
Porto Rican women are reported | 1 Girls who marry with the foo!-|
McCormck Harvesting, Machinery
I which will not Le bound This will
Metis erery lut and 3d Wednesday.
to be brighter and more enterpns- . | ish idea that it is their husband’s
Miss Jennie McFheetcrs N.O.
Miss Leuna Zeigler, kec. See’y. ,
j mean a gross loss to the cordage
ling than the. nun. They attend duty to support them in compara
Raided Bv Outlaw Bandi
1 people of something like $360.
M4F Write ua for Prices.
j not only to domestic affairs, but tive idleness are making a serious
A. e. y. W. Hurns Ledge, No. 47.
M«el»erery 24 and 4th Thursdays.
According to dispatches frcm i The Russian famine, of which we transportation.
H M Hurtun.M.W.
Many cary on work and build up a home by pru-1
J .W tiajer, Kvc.
I Puerto Principe, the village of San
' now and again hear>n echo in spite farms aild keep store, . American d.-nce and industry in home man- I
Andreas was recently raided by a I inf
tn' suppress visitors ...I..
their energy and agement, as much af it is her hus-
77, I. O Saturday
I * band
\ 40 outlaws, led by Antonio J of
1 ous UtHGK,
a i, is probably the most ex- sagacity and think'.the women of
w y mug,secy., Barc-elo, formerly of Holguin. The I " r.CI,or,s
llilllll ’ 3
J • It is, .
7.S» p in,
and terrible of recentjtiines. the island will cut sode figure in its only a person of great wealte who !
I j tensive an<
place was sacked, the bandits c-'f | Atcor(ling t0 tho 8t. Petersburg future history.—Chicago Chronicle.
1 can afford to hire a refined person
ryingbfl-Oheadofhor.es, a l.ir^< Viedemosti, a journal whose editor
C A- SWEEK,
to take her place as housekeepei.
quantity of clothing and grocery I ,g
Vkhtoln(lkv a n)(.mbfr of
f.r steel has been,
and $1,300 in money.
11TUEN KY -AT-LAW,
the imperial family, the great pro« discovered Consisting of traces far
Captain Funston of Kansas is1
Five mounted armed
. . n en, . | vine e uf Samara is famine-stricken harness. A narrow ribbon of slid
.. . . , . . and other near-by provinces are from one inch to one ami a half fast inking a name for himself iuj
he rdiap.e of nena Axul, abducted, t ... tl . ..
... ,r. ....
Draws plan, mukea'esthnatc», cte. Buildings put up wiibin th« »■«»■I »f
» , . .,
¡but little better oth. The failure of inches wide and rolled uery thin is the Philippines. What Theodore
car- ‘ crops is the .nost complete ever
v the , proprietor
,. and . his wife and ....
I ned away 1200 in money.
I he I • , known. 1 he people are living
on leather, While showing a tensile. Funston is considerably more so
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. i • people
• of that locality are frantic-1 roots, weeds, acrons, chopped straw breaking strain of double that of jn the Philippines, ils lias 1 led
•8* ally begging for protection, and a 1 ^ran and the like, and are drinking
the l>est leather the steel trace can the Kansas boys wi'h a dash and
NOTARY PUBI.I • force of guards is greatly needed-decoction of raspberry leaves f.r be adorned 20 per cent cheaper a fervor th.it is tlitilling and (X-
I he country folks arc moving into t(,;1 Samara is one of the most The steel is necessarily of the finest
hilratinu. Sometime ago Gen-
TITBIT 3 CB.EGOÎT toe larger towns for s.-ifel>, « bile ; |M,pUi(,ug provinces in the empire, quality.
eral MacArther sent to ask him .
the planters, many of whom have containing more than 2,600,000 in
how ¡^gïè'TT.ldZlL.^xpôsëd ,,rick #nJ ,iW0
00 htnJ “ ‘h* J*"»’ /*-«*•*•<>•. U.o!«y ho.,».
LT I ’radices before V- S. l and Ollie ».
bought quantities of sugar cane in habitants. The total population of
position. Funston’s answer was; --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --
isolated localities, fear that the ma the aflectcd provit c«s is not less
“I’ntill my regiment is mustered
rauders will destroy it before it can than 25,000,000, and their area
out.” That is such a good reply
le gat het cd.
strt chesin a vast belt from Moscow
that it bids fair to make Funston
to the Urals. The reports indicate
I that the stifier ring is far more ex-
trewe and widespread than the
Dewey Given Great Power
Shafter of late has re-
famine in India. Anything like
spstetnatic or complete relief willl
Icy day present to the admiral at be impossible, owing to the lack of
I Manila, the nary depaitrnent made transportation in the afflicted terri
A man who feared something that < ne-haii ot mem i»e kiiicu .
| the first order os the kind on record lory. The Russian government is
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
doing all that can possibly brr done,
navy department, so far as ti e Ma
caution to Le baptizi-djn an icy render of the other half. This is! .MACHINE SHOP IN CONNECTION.
but it is little enough.
B i « j «1«(, Mtwiag Moki*«», «
.............................. O regon . j nila squadron is concerne«!. He is
river, contra.’. .1 the pneumonia, q.jite a bright thought on the part «I h . repaired promptly aud ««uafactarally
Cvllecáoi», I.nn-I bustm-a. a«»«l K< al
giver, absolute power in practically j
an I died. This ta one of th? most ( j S|laftcr
Kstatr mauer promt tW attended tu.
"Hello, Mr. Workingman, what pronounced
- of premonition on
| nil matters without refer, nee to the
De can are you doing? Digging potatoes” record.
| Washington authorities. I?
'What are you going to do with
n. »i. ti r.sr n
make changes in the personnel of
i w BI»««,
them? ’ "I sort them into four piles”
‘What for?” “The I ig pile of fine
BIGG & TURNER proper: he has power to move of pota'oea
you see over there 1 giro
from one vessel to another.
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
as rent for hi» per
! and detach and order home th It
me to live on earth;
— — — — OREGON.
he may tielieve are not required in
Practice in all the courts of Ore. the fleet, It is also said the com next to th? biggest pile I give to
v\ noi Â> Aviùr
the mortgagees ns interest for the
niands of the new gnnbort« cap
tured from Spain, now being over- use of implements to work with;
hauled at Hong Kong, will be dis ,the third pile I give in taxes for the t« ask bis wife how much ah • can
’tribute«! by Dewey.
I privilege of living in the county?” mating? to rave on fan.ily expenses.
THE LEADING FIRM OF EASTERN OREGON.
We sell everything you may want
and our stock is complete in every
Studebaker a Wagons,
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
Brick Laying and Plastering a
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
Cheap for Cash.
Keu uc Whiskies
S. W. MILLER,
PHYSICIAN > SURGEON.
Medical Examiner for
’’ins Mn'ual Life Insurans« Co
Harney Valley Brewery.
General Merchandise & Supplies of all Kind
ÎÏ^OfJr» at rtaidence.
Phwtician & Surgeon.
Ir H. Burchtcrf
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