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ÛVlM.'ÌLtBMUhedÌsM i CONSOLIDATED JULY 22, 1896.
BURNS, HARNEY CQUNTY,
AGAiNSV THE DYNAMITERS, hellion, the exigencies of tho case
demand it for the successful ac
complishment of the end in view
it is entirely competent for the exe
cutive or for the military officerjn
command, if there be such, either
to suspend the writ or disregard it
tions which he had written or which
they had written at his suggestion
Finally, to shut him out of the
game altogether, the school towel j
(it was lucky, it wasn't a printing
office towel)was used to gag him.,
by fastening it around his head,1
over his mouth. Ilis hands were!
then tied behind 1 ini, and he was I
looked upon as disposed of for tin
time being. All the same, some of
iiis questions found their way into
the box, and on examination it wn«
found that he had gnawed a hole
through tho towel, swallowing the
section cut out, and was thus en
abled to w hisper suggestions to a
pal, who “did the rest.” J net
whether to abolish the question b.x
or expel the boy is what is now
troubling the teacher.
OREGON FORWARDING CO
The beef cattle market is rapidlv
The supreme court of Idaho last
approaching thst condition when
week decided »gainst tho north
tho best posted are confidently pre
.1.00 Idaho dynamiters. The writ of
. . .75 ' habeas corpus asked for by William
dicting a strong advance in prices,
Boyle, one of the commissioners of
• F MCI AI nillECTOKV
• TATI -OKf.t.ON .
Whether the advance comes or not
Shoshone county who is now under
G. W. McBride.
I ' The statutes of this itate'make remains to be seen. Last week the
Joseph ¿iutttu arrest, was denied iu one of the
I Thue, lougue. , most vigorous decisions ever han<|- it the d«tv of the governor, when receipts in the four big markets
t . ' iâl.fttM
¡F.rst Class Goods
-- i P<1 d0"" I’J lt tribunal. The de- ever such a state or condition ex were in excess of the same period
14-ttiy- utticai ...
w'ni I v'6"’,*"
dtcruary •< State
of last year, and the’.e seems to be
Kilic,,‘i'1! ctsion was written and delivered by
. . Phil.
ernor shows, does and ha« existed plenty of cattle coming ts market
l ip! FuDlie Instruction
W H Laed»
, K s. Bean. livan
---------- ’ L in Shoshone county „for the past but the encouraging point is the!
f .*rs«e Jndgee
) F. A. Moore | Counsel were given five days iti six or seven years, to proclaim such strong tone of the market, notwith
, —. locality in a state cf insurrection standing the liberal supplies
m.Hxri jsuici.it. BtstuicT.
which to file there briefs, t.
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to »11
■which the court’s formal opinior) and to call tn the aid of the mill- Brices are about half a dollar high
itary of the federal government to ei than at this time a year ago.
w ill I e ri ndered.
itiut-S4U4C«r .......... HIV/..
The leading of the decision was V‘lipres<; iuch^infiUFrection amb re* and tile demand seems equal to all
list, tied to with breathless attention established perminentlv the as* ths cattle that are coming. The
cehdencv of the law.
cattlr now going to tho market are
H. Ki< harilson by the attorneys present. After
ais.-k .................... (R) J . C. Well uiue
Treasurer ......... .
"It would be an absurdity to sav the cattle that went into the feeds
Tho smallest railroad
Purveyor ......... r......
A. J. McKinnon
court adjourned sine die. The fol that the'action of the executive un- lots last fail. . There are indications | wor],| jg being built in
isaeel Saner intern’.« ill
A. K. Ku haroecu lowing is the full test of the decis der such circumstances may I be , that the feeders have been pushing, park for thp pIeaHUte ,,f ]j
< teilt luapueior
negatived and set nt naught by thej into market earlier than usual, and ' Yorke ers. It will bo a < double-track ßnOt
4«tMutieeiduer» ........ (D)f
' “ ‘‘ Thie
an application for a writ j’Jdicarv, or that the action of the ! that within a couple of weeks there i romì, 121 inch gunge. Ono train!
----- AGENTS .FOR-----
»•• •■«:* V °....................... Geo.»« ihm -» 'of habeas corpus. To the p<titioti ex,’CUl‘'e may be interfered with will be a noticeable,-falling off in W
1'1.Illi '.IH ••r
»• • '«r
R gvncral demurred is filed The!or •'»Ptmded by the judiciary, supplies. Should that occur nn nIII| the other the “Empire State
only question pnsentid for our de
If the courts are lobe made a advance may be expected. “°* Express.” The locomotives will
| termination is, Docs the petition sanc!aur_v, a city of refuge, where- i ever, the wiseacres have been pre be 5 feet 8 inches long and 25 in
McOormck Harvesting;, iVtachi ‘
state facts cnulling the petitioner J unt0 malefactors mayjlee ror pro- ¡dieting a strong advance for the I
c|ies high and tho engineer of each
¡to the writ?
teclion from punishment justly due I'past year, and while there have } I will be such a big man thwt his
1TLTA EElltKAH BegreeSe.48
«eery let and Jd Wedneelay.
there1 feet will take up all the tender,and
“The pitition alleges the illeg.il for the commission of crime, they been temporary advances
MiSH Jennie McPLectexa N.G.
gir Write us for Fries«.
M « h Leuna Zeigler. Rec'. Sec’y. i
have I the coal will have to be kept in a
detention of the petitioner, and Pet, "1 »»on. cease to be that pnlla- have been no prices
— I forth the alleged cause tf and au- '»liuni of the rights of the citizens so been predicted. The
scuttle at either end of the road
A. 5. V. W. Burna Ladgt, 2f®..47._
future The line will be 800 feet long, and
«••'.••▼arj 2d and IthThursdays
M M llurton, M. W.
will depend largely upon develop. it is to be completed intime for the
J w saj.f.Kce; upon the alleged illegality or want I
of authority therefor that petitioner ! Statutes provides that when nn I i ments in the fat cattle market. At youngsters to enjoy themselves on
bases hia right to the writ.
1 armed force is called out for the i pretent stock cattle are undoubted-* it this summer.
«A«.«« V LOBfit, MO. 77, ì. O • F.
le«ii al 044 Fellow« Hall, every Saturday
“The facts set up in the petition i purpose of suppressing an unlawful j ly selling too high as compared with
7.1» > m,
A E W U i:M<
I K iuk . oc« y.
. the tat cattle. An auvance in w.| Weary Watkins-Whnt is this
i for the purposes of this decision are j or riotous assembly, or arresting •be fat cattle. JAn advance in fatj
;i cattle will not warrant any advance here Christian Scicnce-the science »
• aitili med to le true. l)o they con
iu stock cattle, but will simply I ()f gjuin, Hcb ,,hout gjltih> intQ
the offenders, and is placed under
C A SÏÊEK,
justify present prices. Buyers are
stitute sufficient ground for the (the direction of any civil officer,
It having lien demonstrated to '-olding back and I waiting for the J nungrv iIij<gins_ThU’R onP of
issuance of the writ? It appears
attorney at - law ,
from the petition that on the 4ih day . --------
l - c . governor,
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If it come soon they ’P!I)< |)nl this b»ro other, I take it,
Draw, plan, makes'estimates, etc. Rtl Idisgs put up wiikia tha ixtii! «
the satisfaction of
of May, 1899. the governor of thei some six or seven years experien will buy more willingly at present ¡. H BOrt of disease. If you’re sick
Ag'irss given in.iti oites.
- state of Idaho issued the fd lowing cp> tHl ,ho „ecuti()n
figures, but if it fails to come stoct vo„ jist g;iy you.ro wp!1) uhJ yQU
[proclamation: (The decision then [ in Shoffione county, through
cattle will have to sell lower during 1 are.
recited the governor’s proclamation , the oriJiuary nnj rtj.lbliahed ,n„a!lfi
Weary Wakins—I wonder if a
deci-ring a state of insurrection in'and methode, watt rendered pracli
could learn to git drunk on that
Shoshone county). That thereafter,' calIv impossible, it became his
upon the call of the governor, •,duty to adopt the means prescribed
Despite the published rrquest of _
NOTARY BUBI.I •
military force was sent into said by the statue for establishing in
General Wade Hampton for the
Brick sn«i lire alirij«
bin«! at the yard. J ^Reside.* ir Hiofry b.-.tir
OB.2GOÎT Shoshone county by the president said county the supremacy of the discontinuance of a movement s<“t J
which proceeded at once to secure
i.a. di. si. i the pun’shment of on-foi,t to collPct a fund with which
rr ‘rtctices b.for» U S. I.and Oilce.
the arrest of the parties engaged
i.huse l>v wh'-e unlawful and c.'lmi to erset'a homcfoK the gallant South
in, and * ho committed the outrage« , nai ,'cts such a condition of things Carolinian to replace the one recent .
of tho 29th of April, for tho purpose his been brought a>a>ut: and iti. ly destroyed by fire, near Columbia,
of bringing such parties before the not the provinca sf the court« to ! s. C., the work of securing the fund I
proper tribunal for trial.
hinder, delayer place obstructions! for this purpose ia still in progress,
n (|lP pjfh of dut.z prescribed by with tvery pro«pe<t ofearly success.!
A -,«t for the
—-- as I ring implicated in the law fur the executive; but rather to Leading citizens cf Columbia havel
., insurrection, riot or re. Fi«tanPe ¡„ tlicir ¡».iwer in his "fT irts -criliers to the fund have adopted
OREGON I rclsliion of the 29th of April, was to bring about the consummation a re olutiun pledging 420iM “tffward
I the petitioner, and h» bases his most devoutly prayed for by every the building of a house to be pre
| claim to be discharg' d from such good ar.d law abiding citizen in the sentf-d to General Wade 11 impton.
• and for other purposes ” O.her
arrest upon various grounds:
r,»o S. SIZEMORE.
subscriptions aggregating alout
$101)0 are announced. In short, it'
V.,.. , Land >r. inr** and Hea I county.
the court, and our conclusions seems to !>•• tin- determination oi tho
’• • f. ruatiei prom) •!. aiaxidtd to
thereon will be announced in the p-ople of South Carolina to proceed
authority to proclaim martial 1»« opinion hereafter to be filed. It ia to tho work of building a home for
or suspend t!u> writ of habeas Cl’" sufficient to s iv at this time that their most illustrious son in the
we do not consider the facts s< t most direct way and without delay,
pus in Shosliohe county.
Third. That martial l.itr does forth in th" petition sufficient to When this is done it will be hard
BIGG & TURNER not exist, and has not l i en pj- • warrant the co'urt in issuing a writ for General Hampton to decline the
J Ui I'M*
C'»vr’’.‘.«. ar.d Trr.^< <
t .»«•«* <.
.«1^3*1 I Ct*.
claimed, in said Shoshone county ofbalieas corpus. The demurrer gift cf a home from bis devoted «•Lt 0'ir -‘ Oi»tt
ATTORNEYS - AT - LA W,
it Gone i u • e 'er • < **tc»
la t • ... lb ••
tr.rt we ran •ern-e pt’1
■ l avs,
-w .GREGOS, j by Any one having authority to to the petition is sustained and the friends and abmi." re.
Bend tiwMki. dra«. < l • r pho» ». * drxr-flp-
make such proclamation.
J.'fl W<" —at V iwa. li a
i ff* t ■ -i'i«- tl'i
• d -» . • - -« • tired
Practice in «11 the courts of Ore.
Forth. That the little distur
A I «s oh let. • il >w to Ob»:. Ir i tcLte »ith
uv i « f v t ml < it • - in y ».t : 'ai . M '.y, <
Collections promptly .made.
bance of the 29th of April is over,
The teacher of a school in the town, rent frtr A . . »?,
— tLst the p.irtn - .up »nd i it
Revision in Dreyfus ('ose
suburbs of l’crt’and ha. eat ibliahed
after having destroved a'-out a
a question box as an aid to educa
. . —---7—r- -
qrat ter of a million of urops-rtv. and
8. W. MILLER,
Pari’.Jdne • 3—The cohrt
committed several murder«, have
cassation today rendered a verdict questitins they wish answered in
reined to t'neir hum's, ami tint in
in fiver of", revision of the Dreyfus this box. and at stated times an
Burns, - - - Oregon.
recognition of the inalienable r g its
«went g them f >r the p neral infor
of the citizen they ought ns’, fo l e ex»e and ordering a ’court martial mation of the school. Aino.-ig the
to sit at Rentin' GD mile« from
pupils is a boy of brilliant parts; so
Fifth That the g ivemor had Nantes for the trill of th" pnsorirr brilliant In fact, that he seems
t\ noi.t A!.K AND BETAIL
Previous to the announcement of
no right or authority to send an
rr-vdy f<< Com .■ ••/<! Ry ttf ti.-...y me
««• nt or representative to Sh •sh-n
■‘.tickeil imps tb»v call a (toel” or, tw <xl» <A h- yeti ■> < 1U-» hi /e been t raxlr
PHYSICIAN»* A SURGEON. county to consult an I a4vi»e with th“ Palace of Justice and in it« still w»r»e. into a "dashed genius ' p gently Cured. So p «,f ponti/» am I
ot rti power that I intrider it my duty to
the military otlicer sent thsro by neigh'-orhrod awaiting the decision. of no us* to anv one. T'.is boy an wnd ftro toltiti fru t otfs.ie of ytur reader»
Of|e« st rvsiitt.ee.
who hav. Consumption, Throat, BennrhuJ or
Perfect cairn prevailed. The de
Troubto. if they •• nt write me th.!*
cision, which 'sn pronounced at noy' d the teacher I y d»p • ling all Lux
Telephone No 21
and poMoflice addrra. »inrerely,
putting down the insorridion
t. A. SLOCCM. K. C.. re» Perni ft..
3:40 p rn say* th" prisoner is tilie
• r .
•F" Tb. Editorial *•*» fk«tw»«i U»n*r"”'H W
restoring ord r in »aid county.
U^a Page** WtIMhf UaM •a.MC'zW l*r tfrMlUoa.
retried :i the following <|ue-ti>-r,-
“Counsel have ar» : d a
» rs grow on his n
as well as the
1« Dreyfus glil’V of having, in
Dr. H. Burchtorf
in geniously tipo.i the q i
H w - it 11 at
■ 891. practiced ma< hmaiiony or
I ’ • T ff. J»\<
to wbethrr th" authifi’. to ••]
c<* <rs * Inch cat grren green grass
I » I U \ V U1 >
has ng had ct municatiun with
the writ of hatx-i.« c >rpi:«.te't»
i foreign pow-r - iti agents with
the legislative or the ex-e
Finallr, •ÄÄWJii j »vr
. - •
OS«« irti 4oor nortk of T «t. if.
p,wer "f t e govern me •»€ it
»U •' *»•»< » I
I tilitira in the rasa of a wir with
our view of the case that question
« He eon-
Fran«»; er having furnished mrsns
h S hijis u !I°!A
ruts no figure. We sre of th* 't> *i-
teaH.er I »
her'f.r bv f't."i-l»ing nnfew on
jag Hüsni p»î«*Pi»3
ion that whenever f.r the purpoae
J. fw -1*^0 »
. d»s •! .'«-.ts tra 1
the .- d' r--a :
S.MO1LVH18 J MHOr
ef putting down in«urrect: n or re-
We sell everything you may warn
and our stock is complete in every
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
[»rick Laying and
Dr. W.L. Marsden,
■PLANO MFG.. CO.
longest Lived and Lightest Dialt Kowers, Rakes and Binders
in the Wcr!d.
I—An Idea aSrSI