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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY .OREGON, JUNE
rules of the prison. Since tba
time the pu sliment b been
toconcur in the house amendments,
eral, until t the pr.-ei time th
which would give an opportunity i
rkj ,UiWUHli*TlON KAIL
WILL BE A LAW WHEN PRESIDES , for debate, and would not prevent WORK ON RIPARIA-LEWISTON LINE convicts are unmercifully whipped
for very small, petty offenses, such
Oie bill being shelved. The lack
« Year ................
TO BE PISHED.
of time for consideration in the .
as talking to one another, talking
senate of the amendment bill, and I j
back to tbe guards, laughing or
UFFICI AL P1RECTOKV
j. H. Mitehel
Railroad—tirade Imperceptible and
be one, are tbe only dangers that |
When whipped the convicts are
Public Lacd--Prcsidenl Roosevelt
Curves Are Slight.
Favorable Toward it.
stand in the way of irrigation leg-!
stripped of their clothes and their
f 4 A. Muody
D. R. N. Bia. kburn
islation at this session.
hands areelevated over their heads
..T. T. Geer
President Mohler, of th 0. R A
V i Dunbar
The House passed the irrigation
At the vote Representatives'
ary oi 3tata
by means of liandcufis With the
C S Moure
J II Ai kvitr-a;
bill last week bv a vote of 146 to55- Tongue, Moody, Cushman and i N. Co.. Ifns received word from New first blow almost the blood comes
VS 11 Loeds
Y rk to procee ' with the construc
8. Bean. The irrigation bill, as passed, creat Jones all voted with Western mem- 1
and nine times out of ten th" pun
< c. Wolverton
ed a reclamation fund from the bers for the bill,and against amend tion of th Riparia-Lew
) F. A. Moore
ishment is so severe that the cul
neo id materials
r'» • -. ninbth judicial district .
sale of public lands in Arizona ments, Jones taking occasion to i road a* fi t
prit faints. After the whipping tin
M. D. CLLFFQRD
f > (ho woxk. In
i ct Judge.................
Win Millet California. Colorado, Idaho Kansas, make a brief vigorous
prisoner is made to put on bis
. 1 s Geer
nnticipat'on of this order be has
j W Morrow Montana. Nebraska, Nevada, New which he pointed out that the re
coars9 shirt, which scratches the
.Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma claimed lands, instead of entering ' had eurv ors , n the line several bleeding and raw hack until
CaUMZY barney :
jam.» a si»«rr.»v Oregon, South Dakota.I tab, \\ ash- into competition with the east and ! days retracing it and get ng every pain is almost unbearable.
■ ty Judge.............
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11 a -Miller tngton
and Wyoming, less the1 Middle West, would be thickly set thing inreadiness for resuming con
Both Tracey ahd Merrill,
J K Johnson
jyor ... ....< •••
Geo 5 he Iley amount to be
paid to local land tied and create a market for pro- struction work. The bridge loca convicts who made their escape
j W hue ba tian
». •• tsor ----------
j C Bartlett otlices and 5 per cent due the state f ducts of those sections, as the crops tion ac oss the < !e rwater I iver at
last Mend iv. have been given sev
,E J Noble
i Lewiston, has been surveyed. It is
A. Venator ; under existing laws for educational grown on reclaimed lands are of a
eral whippings. It was on account
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purposes, the reclamation fund to 1 different character from those of roughly estimated that the cost of j of the severe whippings in a mea
mabmey u s. las a office :
the structure will be about $250,-'
. Geo. W Ha es lie used for the
construction and | the Eastern farms.
sure that the escapes were driven
•. - , »ter
... ,v has• Newell
000. Of course, the cost of 78 miles
to take such desperate chances.
PASSED BY THE SENATE.
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of railroad will greatly exceid this,
the states and territorries enumera
A later dispatch announces that figur .
SYLVA REBEKAH IWirre«- No.sS
ted. Provision is made for the pay
STATE LAND TO HIGHEST BIDDER.
This road proceeding f'< tn bar-'
Tillie joruun >• <\-
ment outof the Treasury of deficieu- the senate bad concurred with the
Frankie i.;vutuo Kec bec y
The Oregon State Land board
cies in the allowances to agricultu-' house amend mente and passed the monization of the differences be
A. o. U. W. Burns Loilge, No 47
ral colleges owing to this disposi bill. All that is necessary for it to tween the O. R. & N. and the North- j has advertised for .a e to the high
tion of public lands. The secretary become a law is the president's sig ern Pacific as to the Clearwater est bidder 2240 acres of tine timber
country, it would be expected that land in the southwestern part of
the interior is authorized to ex nature.
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the best line would l>e adapted for tbe state. Of the advertised acre
amine, survey and construct the
.■htWR AUNBY LODGB. KO. 77, LO O ».
,uiMO4a*«>Uvw« U»ll,<ver> ^atur.l«;
it, regardless of tho company that age, 1280 acies are locate I in Coos
J M pailult N.M.
v King, ftcev.
first projected it. And this is said comity, and 960 acres in Curry
Admiral Dewey is to go to sea actually to be the case '1 he North county. The land has b en recent
! again, flying his flag, with the four ern Pacific surveyed a lino up the
mart, PHOFEri810>AL CARDS.
ly surveyed, and by reason of its
Section 4 provides for the letting
stare, in commai d of the greatest south side of the Snake, when it value there are several applicants
of contracts for the works contem
1 llect in numbers th" Unite I States was racing with the O. R. A N. for
W. J. COLEM AN,
for the purchase thereof at the nom
plated in sections when the neces
has gotton together since the days possession of tho Clearwater valley,
inal figure of $1 25 per acre. The
sary funds are available in the re-
»uograpUer and Nomry Publie
[ of the Civil Whir, and far more and the claim was then made that
ielamation fund for such section.
board has concluded,ns a fair means
i Powerful in offense and defense the south bank of the stream offer
B ums , - O kegon .
of disposing of the property, to ad
Section 5 provides that “no right
tifiicevi vi^ub bank buildiug.
[ even than any of those war fleets. ed the best locate n for the railroad
vertise the fame and sell it to the
to the use of water for land in pri-
| Secretary Moody has conceived tbe But that claim has been abandoned,
r'’. r- ■ GEO. S. ilZEjlORE,
highest bidder. The law regulat
I vale ownership shall be sold for a
• ah c-i;-. .*
■ idea, and after consulting the plea and it is now
said that the onlv ing the sale of these lands confers
■ract exceeding 16(1 acres to any
sure of Admiral Dewey it has been practicable route lies on the north
upon the board the right to sell the
, one land ow ner and no such right j arranged that he shall be placed in
uec luv’, luand busiiicss, and llcai
bank of the Snake. That is the same as it may consider best, and
"*•h to uiMbbcr promt^.vended lu.
supreme command of the fieet(com- line now to be utilized. Tile grade
in view of the authority vested in
all payments therefore are made,
ovem,. ■ ■ ^IlHl
prising the North Atlantic, the is only about -17 feet to the mile,
DA LIU 5 WGG3
them the members of the board
Biggs Ik Bigge
European and the South Atlantic and tbe few curves do not in any
have decided that it is within their
any land owner unless be is a bona
squadrons), which is to assemble
r«t>. ATlUKNUiYis - A l - LAW ,
province to sell the land in the
tide resident on such land or occu near Culebra Island, in the West place exceed 4 per cent.
Bids for the construction of the manner that may appear to them
DKLGON. pant thereof, residing in the neigh
Indies, next December for the win road have been called for to be pre
just and equitable. The time for
racticc in all toe courts ot Ore. borhood of such land.”
ter maneuvers. Secretary Moody sented at tbe office of Chief Engi
filing bids expires at 12 o'clock
Section G authorizes the secretary
jf'' ' lectione promptly made.____
himself desires to witness these neer Kennedy after which time
noon Tuesday, Juno 24.
c. W. l'AKRlSH
.‘ffi'j ■ tt«M»Ol.l>
maneuvers, and it is even possible there will be no delay about letting
operation and maintenance of tbe
that the President may find time the contract and getting the work
PARRISH i REMBOLD,
! Oil lo Lay Dust a Short Line Experiment.
to make a voyage to the south to j under way, All these peliminary
tl1”' f .lliurueys-il-i-aw,
Section 8 require,« state control
see the big ironclads in war move- operations are being conducted by
(««¿> joins (»nd Uaiiyi"' Ci>y., »J-'-gou-
For some years past the dust on I o •
over walers of non-navigable
au nts. Admiral Dewey goes giad- the O. R & N. Co , but tbt re will the Idaho division of the Oregon j
IJ». AcLu.i- .uu U . ........ ' “““ *“ j streams, such as ire used in irrign-
crup. . sttu ÍUAU 1U V. »Í» K*
ly to his work
>ea sept rate incorporation for the Short Line has been n source of
Li ie settled that Secret .ry Mnodi Riparia-Lewiston line, un tiiere is
great annoyance tn the passengers,
*Á. Ciiaei. tl
I PRESIDENT AXDTIIF. IRRIGATE N BILL
will witness the summer moveuieiils for the road between Wallula mid
at - law ,
especially since there has been con
of the North Atlantic squadron, in Grange City, on tho lower Snake. siderable work in straightening out
a. UH ‘■etui attention given lo Coiiec-
President Roosevelt used his i.n
volving combined naval and army That road was built and is owned
.uu”« *aa Beal telale mutters.
the grado and putting in long sid-1
fluence in every possible way to se
on and defense of the East i by the Snake River Valley Railroad
•.de: a» KS
ings and otherwise disturbing the i
cure the enactment of tbe irrigation
fern approaches to New York City. Company, of which W. W. Cotton,
O regon .
roadbod. The Short Lino hopes,
[ It is expected he will board the ' secretary and general attorney of
however, to abate this nuisance mid
iu fimes-Herald building of congress. His interest in the
Doplrin fur the purpose, and be ha« the O R. A N. Co., is president. make a trip through Idaho, e«|»>-ci-
measure bak been such that he has
invited as his guests Senator Hale, Construction of the Riparm-Lewis nlly between Mountain home mid
‘ AMTOM W1LUAM.
M. F1W » ERALD
had a number of conferences with
chairman of the senate naval com ton line will nut wait for th" organ Glenn’s Ferry as pleasant as riding
, !" • A»ru<jr at Law.
R jU t,Ma.e Ageat
senators and representatives in
mittee; Representative Cannon, ization of the new corporation, how over the Sherdan Hill ballast in
VI- ’WILLIAMS A FUZ o EHALD
which he urged upon them the nec
chairman of the hcu-e appropria ever. It is expected that dirt will Eastern Wyoming.
perk* •• in ola Maaani ! building.
eseity for such a law. Representa
tion committee, and Representative lie turned on the new work before
With this end in view an oil
tive Mondell, of Wyoming, saw him
I Foe«, chairman of the house naval the end of this month.
sprinkler was recently purehasi d
and at his request the President
8. W. MILLER,
Construction on this road will for use during the ilrv h - hhi . h . It ,
wrote a personal letter to Chairman committee. There will lie other
do away with «teamboating on lias arrived at Glenn's Ferry, and i
Cannon, of tbe house committee on
i. risk: • NOTARY
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appropriations, in which he strong Moody has not yet announced their the Snake River. No, matter which the work of sprinkling th" roadbed I
ie.s:«»l Burn«, - - - Oregon.
bank the railroad should be built will be started in a few flays. A«
ly expressed his views on the sub names.
there would still Lethe pro l et tl." move is only in the nature
ject and indulged the hope that |
ducts on the opposite bank to get of an experiment, but it is nntici-■
Moody Says it is Fiction.
■"aarf MRRSDE o & GEARY.
early and favorable action would
Physicians and Surgeons.
out to mark"!, and the steamer» pated that it wiil affecttfie purpose
be taken. Upon leaving the White
muet be used for the purpose. with tin- result flint patrons of th"
House, Mr. Mondell said that the
£*T Phont No. fo President had been of vast help to j receiving numerous congratulations About half the local traffic of the dining car will miss the grit in
' in rig-------------------------------
the irrigation cause, and was him from hie manv friends in the bouse Snake River line abuse kiparia their viands.
h . volp ,
Trainmen are watching the out
self confident that the bill drawn eince the Washington Post referred will need to be freighted acro-s the
by the joint committee of Western to the articles in the Oregonian river in boats, and there will I m : come with considerable interest.
senators and members would pass. mentioning him as a Senatorial plenty of butine«« for the «learners
i • ’
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candidate. Mr Moody says: “The after the trains shall be running.
DANGER IRRIGATION BILL FACES.
local reporter's sensational article
t T Slkhsrd
One torrel hom?, between 8 and
The passage of the irrigation bill in tbe Oregonian of the 4th,setting WILL STOP WHIPPING AT PENITENTIARY,
9 vetrn old. weight alxuit 1100 lbs.
in the house was a gr<*at victory forth in detail tbe product of his
DE> 1 ~ 1 -•
mi . S "les Srsl door •«>* rfThr'fiwns rsnX
A recent dispatch from Portland branded with a blotted II If or
for the Western men and President imagination of a concerted scheme
for making me a candidate for tbe says: Governor-elect George E. I! N, it now in my leid and has
.1 0» e"*!
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supporter of the proposition. The senate, probably served its purpose Chamberlain says that as »oon as been there for come till " 11" Is
main opposition to the irrigation in furnishing a moment's entertain he assumes the duties of the office well broke and very gentle. The
really proved the strongest fac ment to the readers of the paper, of governor he will stop the whip owner can have ram e by proving
srtfeJI JOHN McMULLEN
tion in its favor. It was the jeal but it has no other value or signifi ping of prisoner, at the state riei>i- property and paying bill.
M. V. B aker .
ousy of the East and Middle West cance, and probably no other object tentiary. Several of tbe police de
It is pure fiction, and was prop partment here, s. well as a number
agait.st the development of the
trans Mississippi country. They erly and justly treated as such in of private citizens, have appealed
Voegtly <fc Kenyon Eave the ex-
showed that their fear was that tbe editorial of th" next day “Mv to him to stop the practice, which cloaive agency for the Hlover Gaw*
Cioody da'« preferred for
Eastern and Middle Western farm loyalty to the Republican ticket, is detrimental to the best interests lim- Engine in thia territory and
waking sitiii. •
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would be depreciated if the arid like n.y regret that the victory was of tbe prison ai d is d-cu.elly in partita desiring to purchase are in
■¿¡¡*-abed in carb. i ar.d platinum
of the West were irrigated not complete, was inspired simply human. There are only three states vited to call on them Patronise
This was really a strong ear« in fa- by o>y lifelong devotion to the prin in tbe union which perBit tbe
1 your home merchant and not be
v< r of the irrigation problem, as it ciples of the republican party. I whipping of convicts, and Oregon is
■ Its« w -k
bilked. Beware of traveling agents
pointed out that there were possi had no thought of bow tbe vote one of them.
Ind tauafael n g *rm.W"d.
and remember that thia firm Car
Under Penooyer'a auaimi.lration
••••«••••••••••••••••• • » bilities fur the arid region.
rie« everything in the line of hard* t
whipping wa» abolished at the peni
Tbe danger which th. bill has
ware, wagon« buggie«, rnowera,
Th» Windsor ie on. of tbe rr..>«t tentiary Under Governor Lord's ad
now to face is delay in the «enate
rik»«, plow«, ete.; in fact anything
Its opponents there hare already "legant ar.d attractive bar Tonry** ministration the whipping post »1»
in the implement» line. They can
prepared to send it Io committee in Eastern Oregon, has the beat resumed on account of the conduct do bailer by you than any outside
instead of conference, which would line of cigars in Rnrn» Gwatlw* of Abe Lawren'who wm «ent up firm
cauwr a great d*al of de! tv. Tbe metilv mixoiog .u and roUrte.ilM from th.e city No other way could
Job printing—The 1 iiMS.Hrrs'.d
irng.it; : : . - of the yer it« may treatment accorded ail < u«ioui"r«. ' ef 'iii-l i-> n-ak" b in nley tbe
IRRIGATION GILL IS PASSED head off this proposition by moving NEW RAILROAD TO BE
have the most complete stock in town in
all lines of
DEY GOODS AND
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Our Specialty—The very best of
goods and prices as low as our compet
No one has the qualities we
have in all lines.
hi connection with our business.
have secured the ex
elusivi' agency for the
L nz C q - ntv - gis
Malheur Mercantile Co
E, A. F raser Manager.
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.JOHN I) I1AI.Y, Pill ano
FRANK il.t'Ob'FtN, V ii e I*m ainraT
OF BU7ÎM3, OiîECON.
Accounts of Corporations, l inns and Individuals Solicited.
SfbcAAo/rfors. --^ufn 0.
Jrani S'?. Coffin, ÿ. Off. Stary,
*f/ Vf. Carpenter, jfbner bobbins, S?. J. Wi/iiamt, C. Jf. Cext,
S/f. S’, Oldtn, (///, fl/cxandtr, W>n, ÿonw.
N. U. CARPENTER, Cashier.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
BAILEY A ANDREWS, Proprietor. P.f"RNS, OREGON.
Special Accommodative fcr Traveling Men.
Th" building has been thoroughly renovated
Th" 'lining ro.on is in r-hiirge of polite, eccolo-
The laid" are furnished with th" l»-«t.
F irst C lass B ar I n C onnection
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ONTARIO OREGON.
Ac’ounti of « *<»i j • >i nt i< 'n-. V'iriiiM mui I tuli vidual*
STO* KHOLDER- —John D. Daly. William June». Frank II.
Coffin. Al.ti'-r R'lhbin» B F Old-n, M Alexander, S. I’, t'arpen-
ler. William Miller, E. II Te.t, Tho. Turnbull.
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E H. TENT, ( aabier.