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our republic.111 rx hangis voice s
HK’H MINES 01 1’1 EH LO.
Locher sp.-nt almost two yui'» il
! the Klondike and return- with bi
the . entiint nts of the leaders of
that party. N iv that Commis Promises (<> B coiac :i Great pockets well lined with "du-t” and ldToeates the Leasing of Public
Gohl and Copper Producer.
thoroughly satisfinl with his trip.
------ MR A- MRS O. CALKINS, PROPRIETORS____ _
sioner I let 'll.mn has pul himself
He reports the usval ups and don n-
squ truly on 1 ecord as being in
have just newly fitted up our too im al,,| Hre now prepp
A corn .-pondent of the Winne and varied expt rh • ce, making a
■ÍI I I i N I l ì R f»
favor of leasing our grazing lands,
iteemninodate families and single rj tin r.r with firs' /
The annual report of Comnils
mucca Silver State, writing from good strike, thea losing and gain
we ¡ire a little curious to si e how
The will of the late C. K. \ un our republican ft lends are going to Pueb'o min tig district, .d out one- ing afcaln. Mr Locher iold .1 ¡1 lib -iotier Hermann of the general land
til ibilt »hans that he left a for successfully boom Binger and al half of which lies it) Harney 'interests in that section and will ■ fiice, muds public October 2(>th,
county, Oregon, and the other not return.
shows grand total of 920,308,069
tune estimated at $70,000,000.
1,15 i J
the same time oppose the measure
half in the state of Nevada, says:
J. L. Huffman (the genial fore liens of unappropriated and re
he is booming.
We have ju.'t received a frosh lol of OonfeCtinnf'rv tifali gradi,
L >ng yens ago, even before man of the Giant Countv News) served public lands in the United
Late ri Ixiii's from \’i« e-i’rtsi-
which are nd.I nt prices to suit the lime. O.ir line of ei >ars
the -ilvcr s ate had p'aced its star and Lillian Walls, were married at States. The disposals of public
ami To 'aceti embrace the best brands in the market. A Trial
tl'-nt Hobarl''’ h'-me in l’a'i rson.
of either luxury will convit o you of this fact.
upon “Old Glorx,’’ \ our corre C inj'i n C'-tV Wednesday eve .irg.
N. | , ¡inni lim e that he is in a
hinds during the fiscal year show
spondent xx ¡is more or less identi- Rev. Mr. II ty.-s tied th • kn t. A
t liticai condition.
BURNS, ♦ OREGON •
A fire at Mt. Vernon, tirant ii.d with this mining district, ¡md log t.timber of friend« witness'd an increase of 728,5S6 aeres, as
bei n ili fi-r swcral wevks.
County, l ift Wulnesday, d. troted
but for the fact that Indian dis the •i temony and partook of the previous year. Original homestead
100 tons <>( hay belonging to 11 ink
wedding fi a-t. The happy ci uple
Although the temporary agrei- Workins. The hay was fired by turbances anil o h r discovet ies of h iv< the gi o 1 wishes -f T he T imes eiitries «bowed a deerc'.ise of 2S,1)70
in acres involved, ai d final enlties
respecting tl e
Alaska nn unknown but ing> nioiis person. a mining nature diverted capital II i . kai . h force.
an increase of 325,939,192 in acres.
boundary shuts Canada out from A sun-glass had been set a little from this promising field, its re
Th re wi re 150,541 acre? certifi. il
tidewater, she has not given up distance from the haystack with a
his home at Corvallis. Oregon, ac or patented as swamp lands during
hopes of securing ¡1 poit of her
the lr:y; the concentrate I rays of world and its great wcalih in cop companied by his fatln r-in-law, the year, an increase of almost
tin sun focused on the string igi.it'd per amt gold atli meed to t e phe Albert Busse. Mr. King succeedi d 54<t!'O. Indian anil miscellaneous
in settling up the I Urim ss i.fl'iirs land patents issued aggregated
been the l itter, which comnmrlicate.l the nomenal output of Nevada,
f ir which lie came with the exccp 212,’4b acres, and 420,760 acres
studying with great interest the
tiiill of disposing of Mr. Busse’s selected by the various states and
changes xx ithin the last decade,
recent stringent conditions in the
that the thimea would obliterate capital is noxv inves'¡gating the ranch, for which he has a st. tiding terr:fori' s were approved and certi
New Yoik money’ market, with ¡1
¡ < ff. r.
fied for i duc ition.il ami Other pur
every trace of his han.liivork. H-
once abandoned fields for invest
view to devising the best method
r- ¡ -
Umier the several railroad
used a ¡ ine stick a* a prop, giving
We received i pleasant letter
ment, and the old Pueblo country,
of pei manent relief.
grants ntaib' by congress there
i ¡he glass a slight incline toward the
¡liter ljing in abeyance fora gen from E. B London vestciday. E l wer - patented la t year 504,671
stack of hay, expecting the igniting
is in Portland at present :iml re
M 1. "¡.i ba - at last agreed to .sub instrument to tumble into tin-(lame eration, is coming to the front and
acres of land, together fith 60,392
ports his health ‘'o. k.” He sent
«eres for wagon road construction.
mit to arbitration the claims of it bed start'd. But in this partic it only requirei the magic touch
his fir st regards to the “fiovs” ami
The cmnmissioner makes a num
the LTidi-d States for redress for ular tie bad not buildid suceess- of capital to make it one of the add« in a ¡o-t.-i ript that A. Vena
r S. MILLER rropurtnr,
Circe scaling v< ssels seized off the lully, for the glass fi ll in the oppo ! most pr< mineit and productive ( tor and Mr-. Wm. Hanley xvt re in ber o’’ reetunmendutions looking to
the i itti me rit of the land, and
camps on the coast.
1 '.e t "I Sil e: ¡a. within what Rus- site direction inti tided, and "r th
Tin’s Stub]“ is locati <1 on tlir correr of Frst anil B. Streets, ar il loaps hay
►uggt'Sta the et.I ir_--ment of tin-
True, it is more or less i-olatedl
- i 1 has 11..inn d v, 1 re her ten ito small piece of tmburned stri .¡» that
train on blind' lias colnprt« nt In l|’, Huns a Job W>p 11, Takes passm.
«as found near it gave evidence from direct communication with '
Mount Ranier National l’.trk in
of the tmmm-r in which the fire had ; the great mining centers, but this ¡»sue in stating that John nn 1 Washington in .1 the Yell'«valone
¡Dave I/'sgan, of Troop A 1st Nev. National I’ark in Wyoming.
leen started, am! proved beyond a
Il is quite possible that bills re doubt that the fire wits of incendiary will be no barrier xvhatevcr to its ¡cavalry, were mustered out at San
Prot. etion against fires is especi
¡ultimate ¡mil thorough develop- Francisco. The b.r. ■ were mustered
lating to our tn vv pi s«e«sions max origin.
’ ho perpetrator of this
ally urged. It is estimated that
be | ui in «barge of a nc.v «om-1 outrageous d“'d was still at large . mi nt. T he character of the ore out at Manila end are still in th.- the average yearly loss from this
mittee in ¡lie Imusc, instead of go-'at a late hour yesterday ufternoon. j is high gi ade in both copper ant' Philippi nt s.
¡cause i.'t not less than •1'20,01 k>,000.
i gold, and the tr.mspoi tatio 1 to the
ing to the committee on territo
The proper utilization of the graz
'I ■ ■■ - E ti of the I'.! ie M m •
railroad xvill not exceed $2o per tain Telephone Co. informs us that ing lands on the public domain is
ries. In tli.il i .isi- - )r. Tawney of
Sillies Villici School.
TRL8CII é DONE i.'li, P.i.nrietors.
Like many ether Nevad 1 the netv switch loard ordered for also urged, ar.il it is pointed out
Minnesota would like to preside
the local exchange here will arrive 1 hut so long as mill men and oth‘r
O', er tiie new committee.
Foilowing is the report of school camps—or, iif fact, all of them
district No 22 for the month elid timber is scarce; but merit xvil i in a feit davs The switch-board lumbermen to pay a fair price to
the government for timber supplies
I most effectually o . ercome this has n capacity of 50 numbi r».
ing October 24, 1899;
I ’11 sid< nt Mi Kinley has st t
from public land, th're
Number of pupils enrolled, 5; obstacle and in the very near
Sli'-rifT McKinnon left vesterda v should be an equal charge levied on
apart Tlmisthiy. the 30th day of
number of days taught, 20; cases future the I'utpul xvili surely com
to bring back John Allison who is grtizii.g producís of public lands
this month, .is ¡1 day of gen
of tardiness, '!; time lost by tnr.li mand attention.
rn tv in custody at Boise, T I l 1I10.
gOVernhlt.nti it is urged, should
’ 'al thanksgiving ¡mil prayer, to ncss, I h-tir and 25 minutes 1
T he topography of the country , The grand jury of this county has
I e obserx oil as stu h by ¡ill our Pupils being neither absent nor
derive a lev. nue from lensing auch
is such that prospecting can be found an indictment against the
people 011 this continent and our tardy for the month, Nellie ( ro“S,
I*. G. SMITH, Propt.,
successfully c in led on with con- prisoner.
newly .tctpiircd iaiands, as well as Archie Cross nnd Nannie ('ro«s. ■
Tit * ailj istment of the Northern
elusive and highly demonstr;itive
Road Supervisor Barnes opened Pacific grants sho <’s 3b,570,099
by those who may be at sea or in' Roll of honor for th • month, Nellie
results, but water-level explora the now road running direct from acres as the quantity of lands to
fi ireign lands.
mils' d volve upon strong Burns to the. Iiri ige vesferrhiv after which that company is entitled, j
B essie H arihsty , Teacher.
combinations, in the every pros noon. The culverts are all in place and there is still due the company '
Vow that T i e T imis -H hha i > I
pect of he.ix'y inlerest-paj ing and the road in excellent condition 14,851,832 licit «.
hlHTlSII LOSE HEAVILY
nnd the people i f Harnev county
Ti e whole area of the grant te
11« a Ul.lt II tve set the I all in 11 o'imi
It would not only be injudiei.ius
Wash Harkness was in Wc.Ints- the f'nion Pacific is found to be
nnd uro !i-ing ttcrv honorable The liners Kill ami ('anturi'
but also itijutious to exaggerate dav, having come op to got his 12,129,!" ¡2 acres, of which 5 153.646 I
menus looking to the th feat of any
2,»HO British Soldiers.
the present appear.inees of the team which was advertised in T he acres is still due. The whole aria !
me inure that tiny lie introduced in
T imes -11 ei .'\t i> not long since The ot the grant to the St. Paul, Minne- .
congress to lense the national
I cleijrapliic advices from Lot - 1 ¡imp, that is, so far as develi p
ajiolis «V Manitoba company is
horsts were found by Geo Miller.
domain, whv not hold meetings in don, dated Oct. 31st, say that ment is concerned and the surface
1,287,228 acres, and the company
T he T imes B ehai i > is turning
«■vi . v precinct throughout the w ord lias been 1 «■«,•« ivt tl from (Jen indications, but careful investiga
has actually received an excess of
cmi’itv, fi eu s tin- matter in hand, \\ bite, w ho reports that the Royal tion xvill fully corroborate even nut some neat up to--late job w ork
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
10.975 ai ri s
mid 'leviso ways ami means t > Irish 1' usdect s, mi untain battery the most elaborate viexxs regard Call ami see S'lmnle ■ ami get prices.
The aiijutstment of the Northern I
......... ssftliy prev nt any legislation
No. to, and the Gloucestershire ing its future.
L ot —v pnir of gold rimmed sp< c- P hi il'.c grant .«hows there was a ;
ie ling to tlispise if ¡i.vpmtiin
Next spring “ ¡1' be orte of great tn les. Finder plci.se return to W. deficient y of more than half a |
regiment, after losing heavily,
of the «nil lit'
CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
million i.y the grant of May, 1878
sin ret th 1 ml to the Boers ¡it Lady activity in the camp, ami a num 0. Bvrd.
that limy prey
I 00L TABLES.
ber of promising prospects that
d Ifish I' lisilt t r>. No. .tie noxx being operated xxill be
CONK I.TA1LE CI IB I CC 113
Señor Antoi’io Regido, xx ho is
i Tlli'VAS LOSS",
to mountain battery, and the assured the cognomen of mines.
J ohn w . biggs J
row in London, will sail for the
Gltnu inlet shire regiment were
United St ties xvithm tliiee xxweks sun minded in the hills anti had to Notes From (he Philippine War.
and -is ,1 fully .a 1 1 eiliti d 1 epi 1 sen- capitulate.
1 AXK EKS,
Cubit' ad I. i s received a* the war ' I
t itixe of Aguina'do, xx «11 present
1 rv\ < rsrs u rrv nut
to President Mi Kinlex' new terms w holly uth \p cted, tiothin^ like
tint I-. 1. ral V ling’s e u:im
for ending the war and rccon- the staggering blow Gen. Jou- 1
A (¡General ÏSniikiit^ Cusines» «transacted
continu.i g its advance
st: u ting the govei iiincnt of the bei t «lelivet eil to Gen. W hile’s
< ’I'l'fespotuli'n«'«' Iti'ifc«!-
islands. We ate im lined to think forces yesteid.iy was anlit i; a'etl in spite of unktvor tble cm dnions.
A cablegram from General Otis
th it Senor Regidor will be «om- 1 he full extent of the disaster is s
| fib il to return to his i liicf empty - not y«t acknowledged, if
'Aottiir is advancing north and
h.nidi «1. and say to Aguinaldo know 11, ¡it the war t fiice.
least ftom C;d antmm; will occupy
V ill arrive here in about two weeks.
Don’t fail to call and
tb.it after In' maki s an m comli-
The loss in eifcctiv e me t must Tatiivara ami probably Alii.gt
in Eastern Ott-
liona! «m i 1 nd« r it yy ill be time be app tiling to the gmiei.il
M ho •oti iv; objective 8 .in .l,.se nnd Car
« notigli Io talk over matte, s look is practitalb surrountlcd.
magian; wet seasmi has rend "ed
ing to th«' government of the
. « Remember the place, and time of arrival.
Ladysmith garrison is weaken . roatls in that stction in practicable
cd about a tifihof its total strength tor wagon travel and progress did'- Fl EL LINE OF CASKETS Covered with line Br--¡i.Iec’oth. Siik
i Main St., Boss Ca’h S'ore
anti .diets the whole situation v, rx
Flush or i.mbosssd \ elvel m Black or \\ bite, also a full line of
A cablegram annnounces the
/ Building, Burns, Oregon-
Bv refi renet» lo th- report of materially in f.oorof the Boers.
death of Capt-iin Cha’ies French
Bit'ger H'rvtan, comniissiotter ' of «Im have shown
I bitty sixth infantry, lhs home
thè g. ucr.d l'itul oli, c, wh C I 1 our
strong lighters and military stia'.c- is in Great Fail«, Montana.
Of the best and latest styles and finish.
Also a complete, line
ri a<l'*rs wlll finti in almi ber cuhinm.
gists of no mean or«l. r.
First do r east of H W. Welcome & Co
A \\ s-hit «ton dispatch Kays of Burial supp'ies,
Il «ili he S. en th lt thè COlutnìs
ibis disaster lost the British ■I Im H \\ hnllv has been aj p inttd
s 'iter urger thè leasing ef our graz
ftom !.>■ o to .’si o nun and six major t.f the Forty fust volunteer
li ; laiuis
Ilo nrg'itM thlt th i«'
ubo n.-e thè pu’ l.c I mi tili for graz 7-poUlki •trew guns, an I, as the infantry ¡,t.d ordere.l to join that
itig purpurei ritmili! pay a tax Bot r .ii tilh rx is .tlrc.idx s rong< r rt giim tit for service in the l’hilip-
eipiul tu thè mill luen ami luru'.wr llmn imagined, the capture «.f pin« ».
M II I’.R! NTON, Proprietor.
mcn. What in nbsurtìiiv! Natine these guns xxill lie of
Tin gobi output of Cripple Crm k
vi ar af er ve r ma',. « flit grasse« to th«' Boers.
gran in thè vallee» an i mi 111 * bill«
T he South African News rc- district, Colorado, for October war
MAIN ST.. BURNS
This is the first
•mi thè goverii'i'vnt lasci 11 ith iig ports another battle at the foot of
satisfactory IV..: • nrer.
AU orders given
l>v et >ek runinng at largo upon Vntbanb ne, a few miles from
etailtd |2,OuO,(ieO. It is < stimateti
him 1 call.
ila posse«« inm, mi thè otber linei l.adx smith. Sex etal shells have
that the total for the year will n;>*
thè w. min i.n’s ax ava waatn and ib oppvtl into the t< xvn.
fall shftrt of *i>.i’tXi,HM.
render» valuelo» f>r all tinte thè
liai’ and Grain constantly « n hand.
C M. GREEN
Go, ■ teams and Rig'
J II DENNIS
vshllde liinla*r with whtch Oteg <i.
Passenger, taken to any point desirve.^ Your patronage elicited,
i« »0 abtliid.mtIv rupplit il.
The Huntington Herald any. that
four hundred head of Harney <roun-
Repubie.tn leagues are being tv cattle were 1 >aded there Monday
organiz« «1 throughout the state
M<n are at work puHing up th»\
* ''I ;’ I t » R.stuarek. \ D , going
getting readv for next spiing'.s
w - ..«er the tl, K A N and thence poles f>r the telephone extension t >
campaign. T he wire» will be
east over the Great N >rthern. It Narrows. The line follows th tew
laid looking to the election of looks as though C. J .Millis. the ros i lion th « uthern par f own
Binger Hermann to ¡1 seat in the huotlimr agent of the O R A N , I. <nt to the nrt'lge.
triage painting s «■, ».-ialtv
gÄT"«b. >p firs; ■!< or
t'nited J'tatis S n.«t«' from Ore- hound to have some of the cattle
east of Welcome's drug st -re.
Paul I.t cher ri turned home from
if w fiat xx v read in one i f 1 »¡upmetit» for h:» line.
Alsska last Monday n ghl
w. D. HUFFMAN. P. O. Ade-„. a l.n.,, Wr,-
Restaurant & L d ;ing Houss
7 he finirs-Ticraid.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Fresh Beef Perk. etc. in any quartity djsirej. Head Chew
Cok£Fa ard Uavsege cf sil kin’s efivays on
Ycur patronage solicited.
i JONES & BIGGS,
C id Robinson 3uiid¡n¿*
F U R [ JIT U R £
Varnished Caskets and Comas
Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
Dennis & Green,
BUCKS FOR SALE.