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PUBLIC SCHOOL BELL
convene, therefore we should
now by the British war office. So
very little gratification can be
act promptly and take inch steps
I’ve longed to tell
as are deemed best Io frustrate Grand Display of Oregon’s Agri gleam d by the British from the
Of the gladsome swell
8ATCR9AY. NOVEMBER 11. I«W.
present status of affairs. The atti
And the musical tones
the designs of Con'.missioner 1 ler-
of the Cape Colony Boers is a
Of the old school bell,
mai.n and those who are working
The agricultural department of
How it sings when it rings,
A! a nager.
jri.i in in ri >
with him to foist upon us this the industrial fair which has feature of the situation that is giv
As it gracefully swings
ing the British no little uneasiness.
recently closed in Portland was so
In its lofty cell,
proposed and unjust law.
UB¡¡ES COS(.KESS TO ACT.
And the children it brings
fine that it deserves more than
the Dutch Were lined up at the side
To its sacred hail
Under the heading “Needed
of Oom Paul. It is another case of
When it joyfully flings
East year California shipped
Sweet sounds o’er the ground
Legislation,” in his report, Binger cattle and sheep into Arizona and see for himself the wealth and abun blood being thicker than water.
And its echoes resound
Hermann, commissioner of the Oregon on account of scarcity of dance of Oregon’s products. It The Cape Colony Boers hesitated a
would take a person who could
From the hill all around
long time between their allegiance
general land oili.e, has something feed on her ranges. Southern
To tell of the bell,
wield a facile pen, and with fine
of unusual interest pertahiiug to California stockmen are now iin- descriptive powers, to do this ex to England ami their friendship for
The public school bell.
their kind. There il little doubt
Oregon, and especially to the resi porting cattle from Arizona.
hibit justice. The elaborate ami
O. hear its loud peals,
their decision is unreservedly
dents of the eastern portion of the
As it sweetly reveals
¡original decorations were designed,
against the Britons. The present
The pure gushing mirth
state. Stockmen should read the
The California Miners Associa
it rightfully feels,
report and ponder it well; busi
enterprising and tireless industrial
When it chimes in its rhyme,
tion recommends that congress
conclusion that the war lias only
agent of the O. IL & N. Co. It
ness men should read it carefully,
With accurate time.
pass a mining law that will be
took him only three weeks to do it
As it skillfully reels
and every citizen with the welfare
uniform all over the United States, a'.l and he had very few helpers.
Each beautiful line.
of II ;rney and other counties of
With its hammer of steel,
j They also recommend the aban- The agricultural colleges at Pull
A copartnership existed between
Eastern Oregon at heart would
As its merrily climbs
donment of the Walker Lake man, Washington, and Moscow, a democrat, a republican, a popu
do well to weigh every word I
Through the halls ami the walls
Idaho, intended to have an exhibit list ami a free silver republican.
And rises anJ falls
uttered by Mr. Ilermann, and then
but just three days before the fair One of the contracts was that when
In the air over all
see what effect it would have on
To tell of the mirth*
was to open 8?nt word that they a partner died each ofthe survivors
At Pendleton, on the 4th inst ,
their respective stockraising dis
That it riglitfu.lv feels.
would be unable to carry out their was to deposit $100 in the collin to
i plans. Consequently Mr Judson
tricts should his ideas he carried Edwin L. Mims, who was con
O, hear me proclaim
be buried with the deceased. The
out and his recommendations to victed of the murder of J. ti. had, in that limited time, to find democrat died first and after the
In Authority’s name
congress be the trieans of putting Miller, was sentenced to five years something to fill up their spate.
remains had been prepared for
To culture and fame!
a law in our statutes leasing the in the penitentiary and to pay a
The only other exhibit beside the burial the survivors met and the
Come to me, all is free,
public domain. We quote from fine of $1,000. It appears the 0. R. it N. Co.’s worthy of mention conditions of the agreement were
And ever shall ba
Commissioner Hermann’s report: judge disregarded the jury’s plea was that of the agricultural college discussed. Said the republican:
In the land that we claim
For pure liberty;
¡at Corvallis. The »pace allotted to “I believe in a single gold standard,
“The matter of the proper util for clemency.
All come, welcome,
it was somewhat small but never and true to iuy principle I placed
ization of the grazing lands on the
No fee, no fee!
theless it managed to make a most five twenty dollar gold pieces in
public domain is another subject
From every door,
In a recent speech delivered in
urgenlly demanding considei ation.
creditable showing, The College the coilin.” “And I,” ».lid the
Both rich and poor,
"If it is rational to utilize the
| had on exhibition 36 different kinds silver republican, ‘‘in conformity
I ring ever more
the timber products of our vast i860 Lincoln wrote to congress a ¡of wool, 61 potatoes, 140 of wheat. with my financial view» placed one
From shore to shore,
domain and therefrom derive a warning against monarchy. What 36 of oats, 10 of barley, 117 of hundred silver dollars in the
Inviting each one
To culture and fame.
revenue, it is equally rational and would he think if he were alive
, grasses, and 7 of corn. 'The chem- casket.” ‘‘Well,” said the populist,,
— B. L. Clarke.
desirable that the herbage on such today? If} ou want to see the
1 ical and other departments were ‘ I believe in fiat money, so I placed
Douglas county, Oregon.
lands should be properly’ utilized
my check for three hundred dollars,
in the interest of the public, and change in the republican party well represented.
As we leave this »ection it brings in the coffin and drew out #200 in
Vice-President Hobart is growing
that in doing so the government read what Senator Hanna said in
should reap a revenue from that an interview after returning from ¡us into the department presided change.”—Ex.
weaker. His restlessmss and lack
Fhe administration of England. ‘The political system is over by Mr. Henry E. Dosch. who
of sleeti during the critical hours of
our public lands is not complete a good one,’ said he, ‘as good as so ably represented Oregon at the
The election returns are coming Tuesday night offset the good effects
while making provision only for
world's fair and the Omaha exposi
in slowly, and it is impossible at of Monday, which was the best < f
the use of its forest growth; such
tion. He opened my eves very wide
this time to give anything like a , the week
provision should extend to the
I by shewing me squashes weighing I
utilization of its grazing products
Next spring and summer Burns | 102 and 93 pounds, pumpkins that reliable report a» to how the several
The people of Malheur county
will blossom as the rose. A ¡weighed 133, 113 and 94 pounds states went that held elections last
"So long as there are Taws re
to a man—are signing
quiring millmen and other lumber , large number of those owning ■ which came from Sauvie’s Island. Ohio, Massachusetts, Iowa ami the remonstrance against the pro
| Onions over 4 pounds and turnips ..etv J' r.-ey. Nebraska, Kentucky
dealers to pay a fair price to the
posed bill to lease our grazing
government for timber supplies the city have purchased trees, 13 pounds from W asco, Sherman
and Maryland went democratic. lands.
drawn from ptib’ic binds, there shrubs and flowers to adorn them county; radishes 9 pounds from
Pennsylvania elects a democratic
should be an equal charge levied yards. It has been demonstrated Columbia slough. One
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T he T imes -H kbald
The first sheep were brought
upon the grazing products of such beyond a peradventure that many I grapes from Forest Grove weighing ----------
int(,n(]ej to ?ive
, i as full a report as into Oregon from California in
lands. To do otherwise is, sub
stantially. to legislate against one varieties of roses and beautiful i6 PotlnJs- A pear from Portland | could be obtained up to last even 1837.
Pouni'-M- Apples from Rogue ing, but was prevented by the vio
class of citizens those engaged flowers, shrubs ami ornamental j
in the lumber industry—while in trees wdl do well in our soil and J »'ver over 1 pound, and potatoes lent thunder storm, which inter ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
effei t legislating in favor of an climate. Apples, plums and cher from Oregon City over 4 pounds.
fered with the working of the tele
I had a pleasant chat with Mr
other class, the sheep and cattle ries of the finest flavor are grown
N otice is hereby given , that thf .
Judson, and he g ive me a few inter
owners. Such apparent discrim
undersigned lias been appointed Admin
ination in favor of one industry as
esting facts concerning the farm of
istrator of the estate of Joshua B. Craig,
against another is dearly neither bles are raised on the farms in the the O R *• N. Co.
Sharkey wants to meet Jeffries deceased, by the county court of the
just nor wise.
The farm is situated 4.J miles again. While the champion de state of < Iregon for the county of Harney,
“I acc rdingly heartily com
from \\ alia Walla and consists of clares he is in the hands of his man by order made and entered on the 6tli
mend thi-i subject for the attention
The prices of all articles of 320 acres, part of which is devoted agers. he asserts his own willingness day of November, 1S99. All persons
of congress, with the hope that il
having claims against said eBtate are
consumption are rapidly Io experimental work. The object to grant the sailor his desire, though required to present them, with proper
m iv receive consideration at an
advancing on account of the trusts, is to test the various grains with h • did not see why he should be vouchers, within six months from the
regard to the adaptability of soil expected to do so. ‘ But you date of thia not'cc, to the undersigned al
The result of the passage of laving expenses are fully lift}- per •md climate in Eastern Oregon, try
know,” said he, "there’s such a lhin6 Ilia ranch nt the Warm Springs tn said
such a law would not only drive
being driven to tight ” Brady, county.
Dated this lltli day of November, 18SM).
every stockraiser of small means When the trusts are firmly estab yields well and matures before the Jeffries’ manager, says he thinks
A. L. V anderpool ,
and holdings out of business, but
hot, dry winds come. They have the next tight the champion will Administrator of tlio estate of Joshua B.
wou’d abut out the homeseekers
tested 156 varieties of wheat, -IS of make will be in Paris.
1 Craig, deceased.
that are just beginning to see the of the people above the require barley, 12 of oats and 4 of rye,
advantages cf this section of the ments of bare subsistence. Were discarding all that did not pr ve y¡r -m-rn—m.
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state and are arriving here daily it possible the It lists would bottle j satisfactory and retaining only 10 I THOMAS JONES,
JOHN W. B1U0S I
in large numbers looking for land up the air we breathe and dole it varieties to test the coming year.
For as soon as our so-called graz out in such small quantities and at In addition to these they have re
ing lands were thrown upon the such exhorbitant prices that only ceived from the department of
market to be "leased to the high the rich could enjoy heaven’s gift agriculture at Washington 3 varie
est bidder,” capitalists would step
eommi-sioiier expert tested in Rus
in and secure every foot of land
A (Relierai t'aiiking tJnsineas ffransarteû
sia with regard to a large amount
and fence in all the water not
ot gluten I'tie wheat has alrea.lv
< ’otu-espondonce Incited-
occupied or owned at the time of we are on the eve of a grand been sown and results will be pub
lished The secretary of agriculture
upon thousands of acres of land of the heavenly panormi 1 for to has promised the O. R. A- N. Co
adapted to farming would be morrow and Monday (the 13th ' his aid and support in furnishing
I he phenomenon grains, grasses and forage plants for
gobbled up under the act of con and 14th).
gress, ami the lease-holders would occurs at inteavals of 33 years, testing. Several valuable experi-
ments will be made at the farm the
own the whole country for a long It was observcd on Nov. 12, 1
term i.f years, at least, if not for , Nov. 13, 1S33; Nov. 14, 1800, coming season. The company will
all time, retarding the growth of and on Nov. 14, 18(17. In the receive from Prof. Green, a not'd FULL LINE OF CASKETS Covered with tine Broadecloth, Silk
our state in wealth and popula-1 tn ighboi hood of 100,000 meteors grower of Russian apples, sei ms Flush or Embossed Velvet tn Black or White, also a full line of
tion. Once the fangs of land are expected to make their ap- fro,n t,,r*’e of hi* «’hoicest apples,
monop.>lii s .ire fasti ned upon the pearance within the next forty- ri\'’sc ar'* «ll«P‘ed to a high alti- ■
tude and supposed to be prooff
public domain the death knell of eiglit hours. Nome 200,000 were
Of the best and latest styles and finish.
Also a complete line
against the splitting of the bark by
Eastern Ou-gon is sounded and
* i First door cast of II. W. Welcome & Co
the action of the sun during the of Burial supplies,
the pioneers of the country who astronomers are of the opinion dav and the frost at night. TheWi
h ive opened the wav and sur that this will be repeated at this scions wi'l be distributed where the
mounted the difficulties in reach time or about Nov. 13th or 1 (th. altitude is high, besides being test
ing and civilizing this land of iqoo , and possibly at both times. ed on the firm.
promise, will be compelled to fold
One fact which deserves mention
their tents nil seek other lands to
The memorials have been sent in connection with the O. R A- N.
teed their flocks.
out to the several precincts of the Co’s, exhibit was the different va
The l ist paragraph of the com county for the signatures of those rieties of grasses There were 283;
MAIN ST., BURNS
missioner's repot t contains a note who have an interest in defeating while at the world s fair there were
All orders given
of warning that should not be the proposed measure to lease the
Give him a call.
allowed to pass unheeded In the public domain. Those who re
people oi Eastern Oregon, or for ceive the petitions XX ill bear in
that matter by the whole state. I mind that congress will convene
J. II DENNIS
C- M CKK,li
The latest dispatches from South
The interpretation of the para I the latter part of next month. Africa, save the Idaho Statesman,
graph referred to means that therefore »1 hatev et is done in the gives the situation at Ladvemith a
there will be a strong effort on premises should lie done qtucklv. rosier hue from the British stand
the part of the administration As soon the petitions are tilled point Still the news, closely anal
to bring this matter before con- up tin v should be returned to the yzed. gives the British no special
gross early in the coming session, committee on memorial without reason for rejoicing
an unnecessary delay, so that they
(urc bv. <• the optH»»:ng forces may be enabled to forward the was thought, but it is nevrrthi'•*.*
b< rirgrd The Boers are in that
shall have had time or opportu renivastrauces to < ui representa
S .- 1 >1 Carriage painting a «1 ¡alter
fW“Shop first d. or
neighborhood in largì’ numbers, and
eaat of Welcome’s drug »tore.
n ty to | ne nt the adverse side of tives in congress before the meet- they have General White and his
Ute i|ucstion Congres- w J soon (ing of that txxly.
I forces hot led up That IS admitted 1
JONES & BIGGS,
C. W. Clevenger
A Grand Display of
More than a car load of furniture. Don’t fail to call and
see the grandest display of furniture ever exhibited in Eastern Ore
gon. Everything imaginable in the furniture line.
Remember the place.
C. S. BIG
Bos, Cash store
j Building, Burns, Oregon.
Restaurant & Lodging House
----- MR & MRS O. CALKINS, PROPRIETORS------
We have just newly fitted up our rooms and are now prepar
ed to accommodate families and single roomers with first class
AV? have just received a fresh lot of confectionery of all grade»
which are sold at prices to suit the times Our line of cigars
and Tobacco embrace the best brands in the market. A trial
of either luxury will convice you of this fact.
F. S. MILLER Proprietor,
This Stable is located on the corner of Fist and B, Streets, and keeps hay
and grain en band' Has competent help. Runs a Job Wagon, Takes passen
ger» to any part of the Country.
TRISCH A DONEGAN, Proprietors.
CITY MEAT MARKET
P. G. SMITH, Propt.,
Fresh Beef Pork, etc. in any quantity dasired. Head Chesse
Bologna and Sausage of all kinds always or. hai.
Your patronage solicited.
Fhe “STAR” Saloon.
R. C. ANGEVINE, Proprietor.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
FINE BILLIARD AND I’OOL TABLES.
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOMS
Old Robinson Building
Varnished Caskets and Coffins
Dennis & Green,
■37JHŒS IFS-EZO PROMT
Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
M H BRENTON, Proprietor.
Hay and Grain constantly on hand.
Good teams and R (I*
1 .t’sengerx taken to any point desired J-Jf* Your ; atronage solicited.
BUCKS FOR SALE.
Yearling «nd Two-Year old Rn >k». Graded and Thor-
ughbred Spanish and Itelaio*
Th e B : it*
iu Mild H rte Valley and wil1 b*
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