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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, FEBRUARY 2,
Week of Weddings.
other mines of fabulous richness, REBEL LEAEER INTERVIEWED Philippines. Concluding the Presi
recall Mark Twain’s story of two
marvelous mines of California in
Washington, Jan 25.—The house
“I earnestly recommend legisla The marriage of V. B. Staples, of
■ SUBSCRIPTION KATES:
ONE-MILL TAX DECIDED UPON IN THE early days. Of course Mark’s nar AGUINALDO WILL NOT TRUST THE tion tinder which the government Ontario, and Miss Rovia Swank, of committee on foreign affairs today
rative is true. He never writes ai y
of the islands mav have authority Burns, was solemnized at the home acted favorably on the bill of Rep
other sort of narratives. Mark
to assist in tbeir peaceful industrial of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Cresap of resentative Jenkins to regulate the
in the directions indi this city Tuesday evening in the coming of Chinese into this country
Senate Will Likely Rush the Bill—Counties ny any day. He is usually funny. Says Promises of Friendship Have Been Vio-
j presence of a few relatives and and making more effective the pre
G. W. McBride.
Which Have Paid Assessment
laled—Will Continue to Fight-«
tate au U.8.
triends. Rev. E. Hayes officiating. sent exclusion laws. The bill
to be Reimbursed.
Washington his Ideal.
“I have just seen your dispatch
(M A. Moody
mittal, dated January 25, addressed Mr. Staples is a prominent young makes stringent provisions to pre
.D. R. N. Blurkburn
’ Year. AUorTi’? U etite* 1
....... T. T. Geer
Salem, Or., Jan, 25.—The bill for from San Francisco in Sa urday
New York, Jan. 26.—The World to the Presiden’, says:
business man of Ontario where he vent the bringing of Chinese across
HecrZtr r oí State
....... F 1 Dunbar
. € 8 Moore the payment of outstanding scalp Evening’s Post,”
connected with the largo mercan the border. One of the provisions
J H Ackermau
toupt. F ubile luBtruct’.ou
j bounty warrants passed the house
claimed to be a well-authenticated me from Judge Taft, dated Dec. 14, tile firm of t-he Oregon Forwarding of the bill is that if any Chinese
ig Co. blata Printer ................
R. 8. Bean.
company, while Miss Swank has person shall enter the Uuited States
interview with Aguinaldo, obtained 1900 **ya:
F. A. Moore
heretofore held the responsible pos clandestinely or without permission
! nineth judicial district .
Carlos Rubino, a prominent mer 000 insurgents in llocos Norte have ition of bookkeeeper in the bank at be shall be deported to China, even
. M. D- CLIFFORD encumbered with unexpected ob
10.000 per Burns. They’ took their departure though he may have applied for
chant in Manila, it was forwarded surrendered end
....................... 1 8 Geer stacles, it will be a law before Feb.
IKe|.r< .e illative
..............J W Morrow
1. The promoters of the plan of val night, by a process known only to here through the mail. Af;uinalde sons who were not well affected i Wednesday for their future home such privilege in the manner pro
vided by law. Another provision
idating the warrants, and providing himself.
was found in the Filipino company towards us in I’anay have taken at Ontario.
... Janie« A Sparrow
mnsters of vessels to give
“This will supprise many of your by Señor Robino’s agent.
. . . H. RirharHeon the wherewith to cancel them, have
the oath of allegiance. I have al
Wednesday evening at the spa
$500 for a Chinese person
JR Johnson been a trifle uncertain just how to readers, but it does n<jt suprise me
“My letters to Aguinaldo,” said
J W Buchanan i go at it, but they finally bit upon for I once owned these springs my the agent, “were carefully scrutin tive priests, 18 in number, arid 1 in this city occured the marriage of not entitled to enter, and who
J <• Bartlett
What does supprise me, how ized by him. As they were from am told that there will be a great Chas. Parrish, Jr., the son of Hon. conies here temporarily,which bond
E .1 Noble the scheme of levying a one-mill self.
»tuck i ». * vector
the falling off in richness of those whom he knew to be his many more paper signed by a great C. W. Parrish, of Burns, and Miss remains alive until the Chinese per
HARNEY U. 8. UM» OFFICE •
the water. In my time the yield was trusted friends, lie received me many more native priests, tender Linnie Chambers, the daughter of son returns to China. The bill also
. Geo, W Ha eg
... Cha«. Newell be signed by the goveroor before a dollar a dipperful.
I am not say without restraint or hesitation. I ing their allegiance to the United Mr and Mrs J Chambers, proprie revises the court practice so that
! next Friday, If this is done, hold- ( ing this to injure the property in I remained there for four days, and States and promising fidelity with tors of the Elkhorn hotel, the cere conviction of Chinese illegally in
. ers of the warrants will have to case a sale is contemplated. I was the recipient of hiB full conti- out mental reserve. The native mony’ being performed by Rev. E the country is expedited.
b V » I.
- . RE
K A HjDewreeNo
■feo« every 1st and 3d *• (lucsuay.
wait a few months before they get j am saying it in the interest of his deuce and had front him the most priests are those who have held out Hayes, pastor of the M. E. church.
„„..¡à* N. <*.
their money: but the practical cer- tory. It may be that the hotel reserved expression of his senti- longest in favor of the insurgents, The young people are well known
The Sister Superior of the St.
taiuty that they will be paved, and I proprietor’s process ia an inferior ments and purposes, as well rs his and against the Americans, and I in Grant county, where they have Elizabeth Hospital of Baker City,
I Á. O. Ü. W. Burns I.O'lge, So G
M|et«veo FrOUy night. ADinar4 M W
the consoling fact that they mean-' one. Yes, that may be the fault ideas concerning the condition of deem this action as of great impor resided for .years, and have many has received word from the Mother
E H Hoyt. Rec. while bear 6 per cent interest, will Mine was to take my uncle (I bad
bis country and the great struggle tance. The Army is hitting small friends who wish them a happy Superior of the home institution at
du much to make the paper nego an extra one at that time on ac- now going on there. I was aston but hard knocks against the insur journey through life. They will Philabelphin that the plans forth«
HARNEY LODGE, NO. ", I. O O F.
at Odd Kellvws Hall, every Saturday
tiable at par. The 1-mill bill does count of his parents dying and ished at his knowledge of the his gents everywhere.’
make tli.-ir future home in Canyon proposed hospital have been accept
7-Rü n ni
Ddiloil N. <>.
W Y Kinn. beer.
not in any interfere with the pro ! leaving him on my hands) and fill tory of the United States and its
occupying the residence of ed. The plans and specifications
Sl’OONElt nil.I. APt’KOVEP.
posed new scalp bounty act, which him up and let him stand fifteen great statesmen. The suggestion
Mr. Parrish in this city.—Canyon call for a building that will cost
■ professional cards .
"On January 2 the commission,
provides that the various coui ties [ minutes, to give the water a chance of amnesty was gone over very
a body, reinforced the views con
shall first pay the bounties fur
C A- SWEEK
thoroughly. I asked him if he tained in their report by the follow
coyotes and similar varmints killed him in an exhaust receiver, which would accept amnesty offered by
attorney at law ,
within theit borders and that the had the effect of sucking gold < nt tl.e commissioner sent out by the ing dispatch from Manila:
.1. \V. H iggs , P remi dent and acting uariiikk .
“ ‘Root, Secretary of War, Wash- J
state shall reimburse them in two through his pores. I have taken United States. He replied:
11 C. I.EVENH, V ice -P resident .
ington: If you approve, ask trans- !
■ GEO- S. SIZEMORE,
thirds the amount, from the general ' more than $11,000 out of that old
•• ‘No; I will not accept amnesty.
man in less than a day and a half. I would not trust them I have not
B urns , .............................. O regon .
The 1-mill bill was a special or-! “I should have held on to those forgolton the professions of friend- j i resentalives of the following:
Colit c:ionM, Land business, and Ilea) der in the house at 10:30 this morn springs, but for the badness of the
“ ‘The passage of the Spooner I
ship and of support given me by !
matter pMA G Hw attended to.
bill ai the present session is greatly ■
Dewey, Otis, and all of them, and |
framed a substitute for the Roberts the gold to market. I consider especially Wildman. My army - needed to secure the best results
Biggs & Biggs
bill, making some change in the that the gold yielding water is in fought withand for them, to defeat from the improving conditions
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000.00
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
provisions relative to those counties many respects remarkable, and yet the Spanish, and promises most j Until its passage no purely central i
Bnnkintx 1 JusitieHH Transacted.
•USS, _ _ _ _ OREGON. which had levied the tax and no more remarkable than the gold- solemnly given that we were to ! civil government can he establish«'«) i
Directors: W. Y. King,
I. 8- Geer
j n > public* franchise of any kind p
Practice in all the courts of Ore. raised the fund under the present bearing air of Catgut canyon up have inde|H*iidence were made. Al!
there towards the auriferous rang- these solemn promisee have been granted, and no substantial invest-
Colli-cliuns promptly made.
; merit of private capital in internal
Cor res* j »on<l<*n<‘o I nviteil.
tax general and to reimburse those This air, or this wind, for it is a repudiated by them all.’
] improvements is possible. All are
countits. The house, after some kind of a trade wind which blows
in the a
“ ‘How about the people?' I ask
parliamentary fencing, considered . steadily down through six miles of ed. ‘Do you not believe the con needed ns the most important step I
the measure in committee of the ; the richest quartz cropping duiing dition of vour people would lie im j in complete pacification. A strong
Br.nrnM («»«<1 Canyon City,)
whole, with Smith of Marion in an hour an a quarter every day ex proved if they accepted the amnesty peace party is organized, with the
Win piM‘tice in the cov.rm of Hurney aru
defined purpose of securing civil |
the chair The committee decided cept Sundays, is heavily charged now offered ’
•iMte. au 1 a ho w U. 8. land office.
government under the United
on a favorable recommendation,and with exquisitely fine, impalpable
“ ‘No,’ he replied. ‘To accept
| States, a»d reasonably expects civil
■ Chas. 11. Leonard,
later the house passed the measure gold.
amnesty means shame, infamy,
“Nothing precipitates and solid slavery, degradation. Personally government and reltif from the in- j
Butt, Edson, Ingram, Watson and
A ttokxey - AT—I.AW,
<ireful attention given to Collec- Whitney only voting nay. A com ifies this gold so readily as contact it means inprieonment for me eviable but annoying restraints of
I>raw<$ plan, make» estimates, etc. Buildings put up within the amount vf
with human flesh heated bv pas What else am I to expect and what military rule long before the sub
plete summary follows:
Blions and Real Estate matters.
Section 1 provides for a levy of a sion. The time that William Abra for my poor people but serfdom? ject can l>« taken up by the new figures given in estimates.
tax of one mill on the dollar upon hams wu» disappointed in love he What would your forefathers have congress. The time is near at hand
H arney ,
all the taxable property within the used to sit out doors when the wind said of Cieorgo Washington had he in our opioion. when the distur
M. K its O kbaid
state for the year 1900, for the pur was blowing, and came in again accepted amnesty from Geo. III? bances existing can better be sup
■Attorney ut I
pressed by the native police of a
Rv.i Ea‘»l« Ageu: pose of creating a fund for the pay and begin to sigh, and I would ex
He fought from 1776 to 1782, and
government, with an army as
WILLIAMS « FITZGERALD
all offers of amnesty were treated
an auxilary force, than by the con Brick »nd lime always on hand at the yard. J-tT"Residence Hanley house.
llce tu old Mahonie Ealldlng.
with scorn. He was right. You
state scalp bounty fund, in pursu along, and the time that John Har- ask me what I want, I reply, liberty tinuance of complete military con
) Y CAÍ
B irx «.
ance of an act of the twentieth reg binson and Alec Norion quarreled the right of the Flipinos to govern trol. The (rower to make the change
ular session of the legislative as about Harbinson’s dog, they stood themselves—a government of out- ,-hould be put in the hands of the
8. W. MILLER,
President to act promptly when the
sembly of the state of Ore on. Such there swearing at each other; and own.’
arrives to give the Filipino
tix shall tie collected as other tax
•‘ ‘But,’ I said, “here are ussur
an object lesson in the a«l-
Burns, - - - Oregon.
vantages of peace. Quasi-civil gov
ing thetefrom shall be paid into couldn't learn from you or me. not
“ ‘Assurances and promise».’ he
juhx w bias, the state treasury and kept »«per- ny a good deal; and at the end of
interposed with great warmth,‘given ernment is under way, with (rower
ate from other funds, and shall be every three or four minutes they only to be disregarded and repudi most restricted and uiiHatiH'actory.
MARSDEN & GEARY.
known as the “bounty fund.” All had to »top and declare a dividend. ated. I tell you I will never trust The commission is embarressed in
I’hj sicians and Sufgeons.
warrants drawn against the fund If they’ didn’t their jaws would them. Nor will mv people. Never. securing th- go< d material for jud
known as the state scalp boun'y clog up so they couldn't get big. Say to them that their amnesty icial and other service by the nec
fund ii'id now outstanding and un nine-syllable ones out at all, at.d will not be considered. My people essity of the provincial character of
O all r
paid, shall tie paid out of th«- fund when the wind was done blowing would no longer respect me were I the military government and the
they cleaned up just a little over to do so.'
uncertainty of tenure.
herein provide»! for.
H. KLEBS, M. D.
“ ‘The sale of public lands and
Section 2 provides for the trans i 1.060 apiece. I know these facts
" ‘Then it may be war for many
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON fer of »11 moneys in the state scalp to be absolutely true. Iiecause I go.
of mining claims is im-1
years,’ I said. ‘You must know
Oflice at Or. Volp’s residence.
ing bounty fund to the bounty fund them from a man whose mother I that the American Government is possible under the Spooner bill.
O regon .
Hundreds of American miners are BL R NF
O rboon .
B irx «,
strong powerful an<l rich.'
EVERYBODY CAN DRINK GOOD BEER.
“I do not suppose a person could
Section 3 is as follows: The state
“ ‘Unquestionably,’ he replied, on the ground, awaiting the law to
Telephone No 171
treasurer shall draw w arrants upon buy the water privilege at Calistoga ‘and it may be a long arid terrible perfect their claim*, ami more are QUART BOTTLES DELIVERED IN BURNS, $150 PER DOZEN
L F. Hibbard the said bounty fund in favor of the ■ now at any price, but several g->od
struggle for l|b< rty. But until the coming—a g<srd element in pacifi
Hibbard «V Brownton, county treasurer of the several locations along the course of the
Filipino Nation shall have a gov cation We urgently recoinmend
I >E> TINT’S.
counties for such sum as they have Catgut canyon gold bearing trade eminent of its own, this war will go an adendment to the Spooner bill,
Office I d buiklinf formerly occupied by Mr«
already paid into the state treasury. winds are for sale, They are g »ing on ! believe that if there san so that its operation will not be
Section 4 declares an emergency to be stocked for the New York change of administration we would |K>st(>one<l untii the complete sup
and makes thj bill operative from market. They will sell, too; people get our freedom We will have a pression nf all insurrection, but only Telephone Mo. 5.
< ’. K. Htandlee, NI. IX,
will swarm for them a.4 thick as republic patterned mainly after that until, in the President's judgment,1
and after its approval.
WOLDENBERC & BERC.
I PHYSICIAN .IND SLUG FON,
civil government may be safelv es
The provision that the state trea Handcock veterans to J he <outh.
of the United States.- ”
tablished. The conditions are
(Alleali. »n.wered prrtnjtly )
surer shall draw warrants upon
READV FOR CHANGE OF GOVERNMENT rapidly improving to a point where
civil government, with the aid of
probably be corrected in the senate
A petition i* b»ir>g circulated by
to read ‘ secretary of state.”
Waterbury for presentation Report of Taft Conimi<>ion Tran mitled the \rmv, will be more efficient to
•••••••••••••••••••••••••• Senator William«ot:, who is quit* John
«•cure peace than military control
to the Woodburn Council, asking
HOWWO SCMCt, PMMM.r
B r. WHITS, V«, PMPM.V
to The Senate.
JOI I N Mc-M I LEEN
“ ‘COM.MISSION'.’ ”
W. ». SEBSir. C«a~a.
active in forwarding the scalp that the license question be placed
bounty measure, says the law has before the voters at .he April elec
A recent diapatch from Wa-hing-
done much toward exterminating tion Fifty names of tree-holders
i’harles A Johns the Baker City
ton save th« President has trans
attorney, has lieen appointed a
mitted to the senate a repo.-t from
and he thinks it will hereafter cost may take action under the charter the secretary of war inclosing the member of the Oregon Text-Book
Commission, in place of Judge
Cloudy days pyefi-rred for
the state less money.
Over 30 have l*en obtained.
Stephen A. Lowell, of Pendleton
making sittings. Photo* fin-
who declined. Mr Johns has l>een
CAI DWELL, IDAHO
hoi in carl-on and platinum
Lumber ia being delivered on the mittal the Presiden! rays the re .(lending some lime in California
ground for the new hospital build
A General Rankincj Business Transacted
port includes not ’ily the report of and returned to Portland Friday
ing at Eugene
Instsntaiieu'-s priwess used
the commission, but its acts of leg Governor Over called him up by
extensively First rias- work
islation and other «aportan*. infor telephone and oflered him the sp-
ta’es of the"Blue Bucket Diggings"
• nd satisfaction guarar tred.
mation relating to the wants of the
■‘Lot* Izdes." "Old Channel».” and
TO PAY BOUNTY WARRANTS
I he Citizens Bank
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
]tfy Specialty are..
Drick Laying and Plastering.
O1 Plows, Harrows, Buggies and
acks just received at C. H.
Vcegtly’s, headquarters for every
thin<z in the hardware line.
Harney Valley Brewery.
Five Gallon kegs $2.00 delivered at
your home in Burns.