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walla of houses here to tremble.
An engagement is in progress at the
dATfRUAV MARCH 11. ISO.
SENATO# MITCHELL TO SEEK l)El US.
it it Believed He Will Not Attempt
Force an Early Trial
M> kden. March 8. 4:30 p m.—
The Japanese last night attacked
Notwithstanding the fact that he
| the Russian positions north of Muk- made loud protestations at the Na
leu and forced the Russians to fall tional Capital, declaring that be
1 Uree Mouth»
\ back a little. The Japanese are uiuat be given trial at once and
ooiicehtratinx on the west front. that he would brook no delay in
I 1.1 A N H ÏKII
This may be the last dispatch out examination by jury of the chargee
President Jefferson Myers, of of Mukden, as the telegraph line is againet him. it is believed in Port
in danger of being destroyed. The land that United State« Senator
the Lewis and Clark state com
battle is ill full tiro"ress
John H. Mitchell, now on hia way
mission, who has just visited East
to Oregon, will employ every meaiie
Kuroki’“ Headquarters March 8. in his jxiwer to delay trial, taking
ern Oregon, has advised the peo
ple of this section to deal honor via Pusan —While at some points advantage of every legal technical
ably with the homeaeekers and along the battle line the Russians ity to postpone the i.-sue, says tbe
not to misrepresent things to have been able to check the Japan Telegram.
ese advance, their repeated and
It is current talk today in Feder
tierce counter attacks have nowhere al circles that Senator Mitchell is
This is good advice coming
succeeded in forcing the Japanese not very arixioua *o secure an early
from a good man working ; in a
from any of the ground gained. trial, and that he was only bluffing
good i ause.
The armies are now fighting along when be appeared to manifest so
But bless your life Jeff, why the Shaklie river on the ground
much anxiety concerning the im
<nine*<,ut of Portland to East Ore- where the Russians spent Che win mediate judicial determination of
gon to do missionary work ? Why ter.
not plead with the lodging house
It is argued that if everything
Tokio, March 8, 4 p tn—The fol were in readiness for the Senator to
sharks, the real estate brigands,
the landlord barons of Portland to lowing dispatch has just been re proceed to trial without dekoy, there
be honest with the homeseekers.' ceived from the headquarters of the is not the slightest possibility of
Or do you want Eastern Oregon Japanese armies in Manchuria: hie availing himself of the oppor
people to deal gently with the “Our force, which has berm engag tunity, despite l.is vehement pro
ing a superior force of the enemy tests io the contrary, and it is
homeseekers in order to save
in the neighborhood of Machuntan claimed that it is idle to believe he
more of the spoil for Portland?
(southeast of Mukden,) dislodged
Be honest with the homeseeker the enemy from his positions at 8 will be ready for trial even in Jun).
In the first place. So it is said,
—of course we will be honest o’clock this morning nnd is now 1
Mitchell would naturally want to
with hint. We won’t < barge him pursuing Idin northward
interpose demurrers to the series of
$ |O a month for old shacks that
ironclad iii'lictmeuts in which the
rented for $18 a year ago; we
St Petersburg, March 8, 8 p m.— Government has succeeded in en
won’t tax him $20 per month for The dispatch of the Associated tangling him, and other legal pro
a (amping ground in the suburbs; Press from its correspondent with ceedings would necessitate vexa
we won’t ( barge him $1.50 for a the army of General Kuroki an tious delays. The Senator is con
50 cent bed; we won’t graft linn nouncing the withdrawal of the sidered too odroit to Jic "led to the
on meals, tents, souvenirs nor any Russians from their positions on slaughter” without a struggle, and
the Shaklie riyer and that the Rus those in a position to know assert
other luxury or necessity.
sians were in full retreat, was the positively that it is hia intention to
We her e and now notify all
flrst definite news received here to
bonicheekt'is that is now necessa the efl’ect that the battle was ended fight every inch of the ground, and
ry to keep one hand on the pock and that General Kuropatkin was take advantage of all the law’s tech
nicalities and loopholes in the effort
etbook in Eastern Oregon; that it making the beet of his way north
to avoid the consequences of the >
is useless precation to lock the ward. 11 does not come unexpect
charges against him.
door and then place the bedstead edly. The defeat of General Kuro
In case Judge Bellinger overrules
against it ip Eastern Oregon; it is patkin has been expected since the demurrers to the indictments,
necessary to carry a cocked pistol Field Marshal Oyarna made his it is said, Mr Mitchell will take the
in liis coat pocket up here in the brilliant stroke against the Russian matter to the Circuit Courts of Ap
sage brush district, and that it is right.
peals. and if beaten there will car
It is significant that Kuropatkin’s ry the issues to the Supreme Court
safe to pass telephone poles and
official dispatches today only bring of the United States All these pro
•lark alleys and to meet strangers
the report of the western operations
on dai k streets after night, in the up to Monday night, whereas he re ceeding are sure to involve tedious
delays, and it is stated that nobody
short grass counties.
ports tie' situation at the Russian realized the situation nore fully
Of course Eastern Oregon will centre and left until Tuesday night
than Senator Mitchell himself when
bi' square with the tenderfoot, she No press dispatches from the front
he undertook to pose as an innocent
needs more tenderfeet on her arid tiled today have arrived here up to
victim of the law's slow progress
plains, on her tooo-acre wheat this hour.
At the best, if, as alleged, it ¡8
farms and on her mall bless moun
really his intention to take ap-
General Kuroki’s Headquarters, peals to the higher tribunals up-
tain ranges; she wants their mon
ey and their presence and will vin, I'anan, March !).—The rusiians on all the main and collateral ie-
last night under cover of darkness sues involved, it is argued that, as
make them feel at home.
the whole line along the a lawyer, he must have known that
Eastern Oregon can give l’uri-
land cards and spades and then Sliakhe river and are now under months and even years might el
beat her many points on honesty; full retreat northward. Japanese apse before he could face a trial
infantry is pressing them closely jury.
the missionary work should be
Before retreating the Russian« set
In the Puter-McKiiilev cases
done among the landlords, shop
fire to great heaps of supplies, which more than a year expired after
keepers, hotel men and otliei burned throughout the night. The
their indictment before the defen
trades in I’oi l land.
lapanese are pushing the Russians dants were brought to trial, and
Virtue is above par in Eastern hard on the east.
they were sei.mingly just as anxious
Oregon To Portland: Be hon
to face the music as Senator Mitc
est, just ome. East Oregonian.
l iterary Society.
hell appears to he now
Another important feature to lie
is tin fact that there is
I lie • Ircgon legislature contain
Mitchell beii.g ousted
ed a number of Republicans who
aie suiti to be clever and mighty day afternoon After the President from his scat in the United States
Senate so long ns lie is merely
in politic s and who ivcie hi nt in called the meeting to order tin* min
utes were read and the following under indictment, while a con
putting Governor Chamberlain
nominations made: Gertrude Bar viclion would necessarily signify
"into a hole.” If they succeed hi nes, and Mary Otlev. President his immediate expulsion
any parili ulai the “hole” is lie put Neil Smith and Amanda Johnson
them into i veiy deep hole as to \ leu President, Agnees Sayer, Ivin
Ha-kit Ball líame.
the normal school graft, and the Jackson and George Greely, Sec-
will grow deeper before they get relary;and Clifford Reed, Trea-
out. Republican blunders raised surer, Fmmu Muller whs appointed
C hamber lain to the Governor’s critic. The program for the after
Will Republican blunders noon
keep him Ilicie? Fine Democi- Song
atic brethren voted for graft, but Current Events
they didn't c ontrol the legislature Recitation
\ ocal Solo .
Floy T hompson
nor any of its |H>licies. Respon
. . .
sibility tests wholly on Reputili
Debate "Resolved that the dish rag
cans. < )i egonian.
is of mote use than the broom ." The
Lewis 4 Clsrk Fair
211 U 211 14
amount of claim« presented, filed and re ’I
2 60 2 60
for school supt.
corded against the County of Harney,
State of < iregoo, and the amount allowed
192 73 102 73
at the regular March, 19M, term of the! penses etc
H A Dillard, 4 days at
Teachers examination 12 00 12 O0 I
12 00 12 00
A J Irwin, dito
Pacific States Telegraph
& Telephone company
ii C let vein, money ad
5 75 5 75
services for February
vanced to John Breed
love < 'o. poor
8 50 00
4 Telephone company
Wm Miller two month®
I services for March
»alary a® county attor
ney . ...
printing for School
Malheur County, cotta
22 50 22 50
2141 55 foot’d ¡ Supt. and sheriff
iu Caldwell case
Prineville Stage Co.,
son supplies for county
freight on supplier1
Peter Clemens Bal due
If Jameson, justice fees
as road master as per
Mate v® Clevenger At
21 05 21 05
Marsden 4 Geary, medi
Simon Lewis, witne*®
cal attendance, enunty
fee», Htate vs Cleven
poor and services as
ger Jc Thompson ... .
121 oO 121 00
S W Miller, dito
1 70 M L Lewis, Insurance on
F 0 Jackson, dito
G3 00 03 00
High School Buil’d ..
('lav Clemens, dito
Cal Clemens, dito
5 O i
for Clerks Office.........
D. Jameson, justice fees
Ontario-Bume Stage fare
State vs Clevenger A
3 45 of Joe Hooker
Tom Allen, stamps for
D Jameson, justice fees
16 00 16 00
State vs Clevenger A
2 70 W L Jones,work on Pine
10 00 10 00
W J Coleman, reporting
C H Voegtly, repairs to
testimony, State vs
Clevenger 4 Thomp-
Register A Receiver.
Lfkcview, list of land«
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
for assessor ..............
USITEO .STATES LAND OFFICE,
Burna Oregon, March G, IVO-'«. I
Porter, Miller A Sitz,
hereby given that the following
7 00 named
Nails for county....
Pettier baa tiled notice of hia intention
to make final proof iu support of hisclni
hi« claim, and
Tiu.es Herald, printing
that »aid proof
w ill be made before the R<
44 70 and Receiver,
iver, at Burns, Oregon, April 11, t'A'
viz: H E. . 2-_.
No. ¡103,of Solomon
_____ A. Gibson, for i
Tom Allen, constable,
the Lot® 5, 7,
7 3, " Hee. 23, Lott* I and 2, Sec. ’-S. T. 2.'
_ S , n
¿¿Zj E , W. M.
fees. State vs Cleven
names the following witnesses to prove
6 HO l hi® ; lie
ger A Thompson
upon and • -u -
* viz Newt Hoover, 'Iboinas Al
of »aid land,
Electric Light company
Gibson. Fred Utley. Jr , John Oard, all of Law.
light for court house
2 30 eu. Oregon.
W m E arkf , K -pieter.
Burns, list of lands for
M 40 NOTICE FOR
PUBLICA I ION.
N C Carjjenter,premium
I’NITED STATES I.ASH on I. I ,i
of surety tax bond for
Burn®, Oregou, March 11, l?o >. Y
Notice i® hereby given that the Ml...; * ig
60 00 60 00 named
aettler ha® filed notice of hi® intern ion
C E Mcl'heeters, care A
to make final proof in support of hi® claim ami
(bat »aid proof will be made befor. the Keuister
1><1 44 and
keep of county poor.
Receiver, at Burn®, (negou, on April II,
IVA viz: Thoma® F. Arno.d, Devisee ot Arthur
Mrs MM Wiseman, nur
B. Raton, deceaaed, H E. No. 1£W, for the- >E'4
sing Mrs Parker.........
21 00 21 00 8WU, Sec. 31, T. 20 S., R. 4 E . Loth 1 an I 2.
HE‘4 NW\. sec. 6. T. 21 S., R | E , W. M
II \V Welcome A Co.
He namcH the following witnesses to jh .- v *
hi® continuous residence upon and cultiva'ion
drags, etc for county
of «aid land, viz James C Bartlett, On ar
49 55 49 30 Arnold, L. Bradfield. Wesley Miller, an of
Frank Whiting, juror
3 10 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
W L Best,work on Bums
UNITED STATE« LAND OFFK E.»
Burn®, Oregon, March 11, l'J05.»
Register and Receiver
Notice ¡8 hereby given that the following
named Mettler has fl led notice of hi® intention
Burns, plats for asses
to make final proof in support <>f his claim, and
said proof will be inatle l»efore the Register
3 00 that
and Receiver, at Burns, Oregon, on April 11,
Lewis and Clark Fair
1905, viz: H E. No. 1031, of Thomas F Arnold,
I for the E?a of E>a, Sec. 7. T. 21 H . R. 31 E , W. M
Association, on ac
t He name® the following witnesses to pr.ive
I his contluuou® residence upon and culti \ aiion
count of $1000 appro
of said land, viz: James C. Bartlett, Oscar
priation to fair
300 00 :« ju oo Arnold, L. <’. Bradfield, Wesley, Miller all of
Lewis and Clark Fair
W m F arre , Register.
1)1 II Villi
Tropical And Domestic
Fruits when in Season.
ME ALSO HAS A LINE OF
Hats, Shirts, Clothing,
BP kinds of Ff«sh Vegetable» io Season,
GIVE HIM A CALL.
r Build ng.
HULLS FOR SALE
R. R. SITZ, Lawen, Oregon
Breeder of Pure Bates Short Horn Cattle.
Bulls ready for service, the get of
Waterloo Prince I 74,184
Certified copy of pedigree
given with each purchase.
Haines & Nelson
ftitaata aii Opticians
Watch Repairing a Specialty.
At old Jorgensen Stand
orders receive prompt attention.
Burns Meat Market.
Corner Maio and B Sts.
KAISER & FELTON, Propts.
Price Liat *
Pork, Bologna, Veinna and
1. I. LEWIS
Will be glad to furnish
Liver Sausages a specialty
BEEF BOUGHT AND
SOLD BY QUARTER
Your Patronage Solicikd.
To aayune desiring
See his Haodsonto
THE OVERLAND HOTEL
FRANK A. COLE, Propt.
First Class, Well
MONUMLNTAL bronze company ,
ruUDoai-uMT, cun :;.
Centrally located, Well furnished table»,
We will tell you about the new
RATES: Meals 25 cents: Rooms 5# cents.
Spring and Summer Dry Goods
Single Beds 25 cents.
that are arriving next time, but at
Stop at the Overland
present we want to show you some
new things in Spring Hats for both
straw and felt, lor gentlemen and ;
Spring Caps for the Ladies. You i The Largest and Most Complete Stock
Of drugs, medicines, druggists sundries,
should also remember that we are ?
I Tfumes, stationery, books, school sup
plies, etc., ever brought to Burns. The
again carrying Butterick Patterns. *
finest wines and liquors for medicinal
Judges ,ip|H>inti‘d were Neil Smith.
Henry Dalton and Clifford Read
\llirmative l.ea Robinson, Ruby
George Greely, Mal>el
Drive's Oui ut Mukden and arc on the
Cross and Woodie Best.
Kim I ate Pre«« Bullet in*
Negative Genet Gowan,
F i ov
Mary Otlev, Ai
The following bulletin« are taken
B A ('
from lent Associated Presa iliapateh- Johnson,
judges decided in favor of f
The voting people danced for a
• a :
while after the game the music I«'-
\\ n-liiiigton, March 8.—The firmative
School ing furnished by Prof Argali
«tute department is officially in Song Mv Bonny
formed from Tokio that th» Japan-
Song Beautiful Belle
have achieved a great victory
FRUIT—I will quote fruit as
la'fore Mukden, nnd that the i Rua-
we adjourned by motion ¡»t’> o’clock
MESDAMES FRY 8 RUSSELL.
«iati army is in full retreat Thr
Evaporalyd prunes verv tine, per
casualties are numerous on both
lx»i 4) cents per isuind. Evapor- B'.ili ut ilie e ladies are first class nurses and have always
FOR S \ 1 l<—Clydeadal* alai lion, ted prunes, verv fine. 200 pound given, and will continue to give, entire satisfaction. All the
. barrel 4 cent |>er |smnd I E vapor-
year« old, wight 18.50 pounds
ire ’ :m>hed \;ith hospital furniture and no pains
Mukden, March 8, 4 ÎO p
cord of 75 per cent colt», for par ated rasplierriea (broken) 10 cents will be spared to give patients the best comfort and c
\\ W. Pare main, apples, verv fiue
I per l«'X # 1 25 I will trade prunes
No physician or surgeon ha» charge of this
♦ 2 •,(*») to loan on first class. for a horse or a colt of any «ge
—the patients employ the Phy
Mukden, March 8, (0 am.— Aral mortgagee on iirproved farm that will make a 14**1 horse.
Heavy cannonading I« in prog ree» piiq-rtv apply I k N l t arpan-
M. B. Sherman,
northwest of Ibi» city, causing the
Situated in South Burns
W. E. HUSTON
SCHEDILE OF EXFENMTIRES.
Lmburg & Dab
Tilt BURN5 SANATORIUM
purposes always on hand.
Agents for Any Periodical Published.
UHR BOCTOrS PRESCRIPTION
« ven special attention .
THF CITY DRUG STORE.
H. M. HORTON. Propt.