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IXXBURNS. OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1901.
OREGON LAND DECISION
HU Num» I« C'xu1g«az.
.. OF THE CRIME
fj,,. Prudent a a* in a cheerful
Itnffalo, Sept G.--Thf
mood, and was erjoyirg to the fall
Law just learned that ths n«l
the hearty evidence of good-will
nan» ol the «Mast,in is Leon The President Mt.ot While Hold- which everywhere met Lie gate.
i VI agoa Itoad Compasj Wlu«
Cxolgrws. Hr was bom in Detroit,
Upon bis right stood John G. Mil
Ing a Public Reception
I Out After lleiutr Defeated
and came here from Cleveland.
burn. of Buffale, prisMt-rt of the
f'zolpr»’/ has signed a confsasion
Pan Amoraicau eaposili.m, chat
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norrring six pages of foolscap, and
with the President and intro
In which he stat«« that he is an, Buffalo, N. Y., Hept. tí.—Just a ducing him to peisoas of note who
Washington, flept. I.—-The See» anarchist, and that he heciuit an brief 24 hour» ago the «ttwepaf-r« approached. Upon the President'*
Hardware of Every Description.
retary of the Interior lus disposed entLuaiastie of a body through the of the citv blazoned forth in ail left atixxi Mr. CorUlyuu.
of two contests that have been influence of Emma Goldman, whose their pomp iu lteadline type: "The
ft was abortiv after 4 P. M. aUn
brought against holding« of the writings he h »d read, and whose ..........................................................................
Prcudest Day in Buffalo's
History.'' one of tLe tlirong wl«jvh surround
Willamette Valiev and Cascade lectures he had listened to.
Tonight, in sackcloth
eackcloth and Kehe*,
aehe-», in ed the
(he presidential party, a med
Mountain Wagon Road Company, , its daaiaa having anv confeder-‘ somber type, aurroundrd by gruc- ium-sized man of ordinary appeur-
in the Burns b,nd district, Oregon at*. and says bfl decided or. 'far act souie lenders of black, the same ance and plainly dreased in blauk,
Io each cnee th« poriteetanl settled threo days ago, and bought the newspapers are Piling in funeial approaened as if to greet the
’ on the disputed lands after tliey revolver with which the act was tones to a horrified p»<pulace the id*nt. Both becretary Cortelvou
had beeen withdrawn for the benefit committed in Buffalo.
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He has deplorable details of "the blackest and l’ri-Hidciit Milburn noticed
of thia company, under the pro seven brothers and «¡sti rs iu Cleve- dav in tLe history of Buffalo.”
L that the mun's hand was swathed
JOHN n BU.G.H. 1‘raailant,
H. Cl EVENK,
visions of a grant from the stale. land, and the Clerelaud directory
President McKinley, the idol of in a bandage or handkerchief.
<•£•!. FKY, < aslitrr.
Vic« rgMidant. •
.Settlement was made prior to sur has th? names of about that num- ti e American people, the Kalian's Keports of bystanders differ b < to
vey, however, and the local land her living on Hosmer street and Chief Executive and 1> m * city’s hon- which hand. He worked his wav
office« on that account allowed Kuclid avenue, which adjoins, ored guest, lies prostrate, suffering amid the stream of people up to
both entries, made by J. Cf Foley Sonin of them are butchers and the pangs inflicted Ly tlw bullet of the edge of the dias until be wa<
and Harvey Dixon, reapectirrly, to others ar« employed in different a cowaidiy ¡iMaatin, while his life within two feet of the President.
pa «a to jMtent. Thia action was trades. Hr is now detained at' hang.K in the l-alauce. Out on Del- . rreaibent McKinley smiled, bow-
affirmed by the Gensral l^tid Offic«. police headquarters p nding tbc a »are avenue, at th«- home of John ; rd Und expended his baud in that
The Hecaetary, however, reverses result of the Presidents injuries.
G. Milburn, president id lb« Pan-¡spirit of geniality the American
■ the former decision, holding that
| Ctolgoaz does not ap?ar in the American Exposition', with tearfol people so well know, when suddes-
A General Banking Business Transacted. | no rights could be acquired against' lfait derroe un«rty or | mitent for face and.heart torn Ly coudicting
ly the sharp crack-of a revolver
Diraetors; W. V. King. I. S Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E Trisch. j th« company by peraot.a making hi, action, lie rays he was Indue- hopes and fears, aits the faithful,
rang out loud and clear above the
a settlement or entry af.er the
by h;g attention to Emms Gold wife, whore devotion ia known to hum of voice«, the shuliliug sound
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—i aww»»»a»»www»»»w aaw»
withdrawal of the lands for the ben- man’s lectures and writings, to de all the Nation.
•if myriad feet and vibrating wave«
fit of the company.
It was a few moments after 4 ¡of applause that ever ami anon
cide that the present form of gov
ernment in this country wan all P M , while Fresid«ut McKinlev sw*»pt here and there orer the as
Hope Bros , W. I’. Ready, Wai- wrong Bnd he thought the best way was r.olJing u public reception iu semblage.
st Ata or oasooN
1 here was an instant of almost
ter Moore and a number of Port to end it was by killing the Presi the Temple of Music, on the Pan-
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iu W Bit Rrl4» w
complete silence. The President
land capitalists Lav« located 12.
M . Moo4r
1000 acres of oil fields about JO ity. but is very reticent about much ly attaek was made, with what stoo«l stock still, a look uf hesitancy,
) T’ ««*< Tot g it I
tJ K X Klar » hurto 1
PHOTOGRA I HEll.
i suecers time alone can tell.
* milts north we«t of Vale.
of hi* carrer.
uimost of bewilderment, on his face.
Standing in the midst of the • Then he retreated a step, while a
F I K iuta«!
s«««ai*i • at «tat«.
The governor Las appointed Peter
C. ? Nu»*r« |
■Ul« T ra«au««v.
i crowds, numbering thousands, sur pallor Began to steal over his
Hume. <4 Brownsville, to fill the Ten Years Tor The Anarchist.
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«■*1 T«* laatrucl'*««.
Main St.—opposite Rank
rounded by every evidence of goodfeature«,
W M load*
« im r«i«<*«.
; vacancy caused by the resignation
*C. K »..l'«rV.D
•R B. h**n
of Frank Davey as a member cf1 Naw York, Sept. 7.—President will, pressed by a motley throng of, The multitude, only pirtially *-
M A KI UK.V a uKAFY
the State Beard of Immigration.
♦ Mckinley’s recovery would mean 1 people, showered with expressions ware that something serious had
KlSTH JUDICIAL DISVSICT
i___ «-that hie wouM-be aaawafin could uf love and lovafty, besieged by happened, paused iusurprise, while
M. t» ru«"»-«
w L MtrtJea.
i r.nrd«tte \\ rdf. who murd».-ed ,
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»«♦«•«uil u» Atta»*«»,
• i' »* coufitnert in prison for 10 rears. multitudes ali t-axer to clasp Lu'uecks were craned and all syes
U S LAXP um« K. Bt'KX'S
the maximum penalty under the hand—amid these surroundings, t turned as one to the rostrum where
, i, . penal code of New York State. and with the ever-recurring plaudit», B great tragedy was being enacted,
at residence. '1'itune 30.
. some years ago in tur city of lnrt-
., , ,
1 wo methane of procedure could be i of an army of sightseers ringing in. Then came a commotion. Three
IIARNEV CO< XTY.
land, has b-en located m t>ru, ,
, . , . Lis ear«, the blow of the amassin man threw themselves forward, a.«
. . adopted. The prisoner could be
Joint Kanator ......... .. 4. W. Morrow ¡
South America. He mnv la» brought
, ,, .
t. R Grer
** K«|>ra«<'ntalive •
arraingcd before a Justice of Erie came, and in an instant pL-a-ure with oue impulse, and sprang to-
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County and could demand an ex-, gavc wav to pain, admiration to ward the would-be assassin. Two
( A. Venator
Physician and Surgeon.
N. Brown, merchant,front Burn«, amination and would have the agonv, folly turned to fury, and ef them were United States secret
1 <<«o. Ilagey '
service men, who were on thclouk-
dropped in to see un while on hie right to council and tin.e to prepare’ pandemonium follower!.
................. ....H. Rictrarceon
out, and whose duty it waste guaid
“Office over Voegtly's hardware
ger multitude throngs the city against just such a calamity as
K. A Miller,
Traasuror . .................. ........
store, Main St.
Avaoaaor ...................... .... Joe Buchanan
has grown beyond all of hie ax- go before the grand jury of Erie mr.in thoroughfare«, choking the ‘ h»d here befallen the President and
bupt ol Hchoola .... ......... J.C. Bartlett
I pectation in the last two or three County. The grand jury then streets in front of the principal the Nation. The third was a by
«nrveycr .................... .........Geo. Whitirg
i years.—Ontario Argus.
QKIUH A 111 JG»
could find an indictment of assault newspapers. scanning the bulletins, gtauder, a negro, wuo Lad only an
L»«jnw ...................... tV W L. Manwen
with anxious eyes, and groaning ;Jnstant previously grus j»ed the band
J. W B-kg.
Doltou Dl« ft.
Ktoek tnapectur .... . .. 1,00 llivluM «Ison ;
Commissioner Yeung, of Baker in the first degree. An act of Con
cheering in turn at each auc-• nf the President. Ina twinkling,
City, a member of the l^wis and gress providing a penalty for as-
bulletin as the nature of; the assassin was borne to the ground,
Justicoot tbo Peaca ............. Ü. T«nie«or<
Clark Exposition commission is «»ult against the person of the
wi aw«. ouseox,
«inks or buoys their' his Weapon was w rested from Lis
. . Geo Trvgaaki«
Con atabla. ..............
agitating the question of calling an President would, according to legal
ia Bank building.
grasp, ami eirocg arms pinioned
CITY OE BÜRNR.
extra eeesion of the legislature, for authorities, take precedence of the
Down at police headquarters him dowu.
C. E. Kenyon, j
the purpose of passing a bill for u penal code of the State of New York
surrounded by atom-faced inquisi
Of the multitude which witness
a TKS a saxtox .
appropriation for the exposition.
in the ente of the man who made
C. 8. Bigg«.
or here a part in the scene of
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the attempt on Preaident McKin-
oxo. w. u ay as.
J ohn o saxtox
W A (iowan
and turbulence, there was
lw's life. «A «»-arch for such an
it I.. Eolev.
Afforasyr nt-La w,
)«V. E Trisch.
Board of Trade, with headquarters I enactment
mind which seemed to ic-
in Congress will be
-one hand re-
made. It would not l>e possible to
"< tm. hbellay.
tW Attorney for Sts'« eebeol Boar«.
every town iu Orag°n« has besom« inflict any greater punishment on together and listens with an a'r of. mained etoady, oue eye which gazed
popular and the organization is th« anarchist Czolgosz by any act assumed indifference to the persist- with ubilinching calniuess, and or.e
in process This mov« is head of the legislature fixing a more ent streau of questions, arguments, * yoice.which retained its even tenor
A W. OOWAX.
ed in the right dinxstion. It will severe penalty for an attempt on. objurgations and admonitions with.1 and faltered not at the most critical
Brasa I/Otxis No. 70, K of V.
result in good to Oregon as a whole. the life of the President. The ' which hie captors seek to induce or juncture. The}* were the miud and
Aft «racy -wt--Z.<iw,
Meets «very Tburadav n'ght.
KM. Jordan, C. C.
; compel him to talk.
hand and eye and voioe of Presi
land «nd c.ilUrtlou
J. M. Kyle, a .Salem produce death of the President would re- ' It was just after the daily organ
8. Motli«rah«a<l, K of II. 8.
‘Filane Bv. t.
, Bimste* - - -
uBKooM. dealer, ia shipping potatoes to Kans . homiciee, and his conviction would recital ir. the splendid Temple of
After the first shock of the assas
' as and Missouri this season, as ow
Bl'HNH CH AFTER, NO. 4». O V.. 8 I
shot he retreated a step. Then
Meets M-conil and fourth Monday of
i mK~ to the’ dry we/tber’ in those ®ean deMlh in thc
detectives leaped upon his
•acti month in Masonic hall, Voegtlj- ^ytLltAMH a FITXOXRAI.D
'states the early potatdfcs wer« ruin»
diabolical ingenuity and finesse of assaibint bo walkad slowly to a
hiiiUmg. Mr«. Maggie Leven», W. M. ¡
j ed. The late potatoes will lw a
Mr«. Eunice Thompson, Sec. ' ‘ ■
which anarchy or nihilism is capa chair and seated himself, at the
Attorney st l.aw,
salary rnltlie, | good crop, so that this market for
We otier One Hundred Dollarai ble,
™u -, a.« sass in carried
time removing his hat and
Law, Notarial and Real Eitatt - Oregon potatoes will not last later Reward for any caw of Catarrh that!™1
BERN« LODGE, NO. »7, A . F. «AM.
without a hitch and bomng hl. head in hi. hands. In
than October 1.
Meets Saturday on or brfors full moon.
*ii ii m-
’hou.d his designs fail and <he an instant. Secretarv Cortelyou and
Qualifie.t brother« fraternally invited,
, cannot bo cured by Hall a Catarrh
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_ in the r»
survive, only to divine President Milburn wem at bit side.
It. E. Kinyon, W. .VI.
F. H. Bieder,
-r i-J n I Providence
can be attributed that His
was hurriedly opened,
g^’Officein old Manouic building States may use the mails without ,■
F. J , kt.
Cheney A n
the President meanwhile ad mon-
paying for the privilege. These
We, the undersigned, have known
ttl’KNH LOlHiE, NO. 9.1, A. O. I’. W.
women are widows <<f former presi I F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, | The President, though well I ishieg those about Inin to remain
Meet« at Brown hall every Friday eve
dents. They are Mrs. Julia
1 and believe him perfectly honora- guarded by United States secret calm, and telling them not to be
ning Visiting Im.thera fraternally in
<<rant and Mrs. Lucretia A. Gar- bje jn an business transaction«, and •»rriee detective«, was fully expos alarmed.
Practical Land Surveyor.
vitad. Tbss. Hagera, W. M. Chas. N.
"But you’re wounded?" cried hie
All mail matters sent by ¿l)anciaijy Kble to eArry out any ed io such an attack as occurred.
Barna. Oragaa. held.
"Let me examine.”
Mrs Garfield and Mrw. («rant under obligations made by his firm,
not,” answered the
H ARNEY LODGE. NO. 77, l. O. O F.
their respective written autograph W mt a T bu A x , Wholesale Drug
Meat« every Saturday nvening, K own’« g W. MILLS. X.
not badly hurt, I
signature«,, and all mail mattos gist«, Toledo,'‘O.
Vùntinf brother« fraternally in
sent to theee two ladies, will be W aloimg , R lvmaxa M arvin
Frank O. Jackson, N. G.
C. Ü. Smith, Het-rotary.
Notary Public and Conveyancer,
i of people crowded in at the various
Nevertheless. hi* gai menta were
carried free during their lives. No sale Druggists. Toledo, O. ’
MorisMe*. Oe«d», lie., eorrrctly Bill
loosened, and when a trick-
■ signatures or marks are necessary j iuir|
taken ¡ in-
TULE CIRCLE, NO. MS, WOMEN OF OlTlra al Slurs.
ling stream of crimson was Been to
to Lee carriage of mail matter to. i tern
al Is. acting
Woodcraft. Meet* 2nd and «Ch Ttiofi-
dar at Brown's hall. Mrs. Tillie Jordan,
either of these ladies, the address blood and mucou, lurfacM of the and iben file thi ir way out through wind its way down hie breast,
Mrs. Iona Wldtlng,
. ... Q , *; the good-natured mob that every spreading its tell tale stain over
being sufficient. Mrs Garfield has
Price, <5s. per bottle. Sold, . ”
The Northwest Livestock and ¡enjoyed the privilege since 1881 system.
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minute swelled and multiplied at his white linen, their worst Rars
■by all druggists. Testimonials free. I
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.. ,,, s Family
. the poiuts
I Wool Growers* Journal and Items, and Mrs Grant since DWl.-—Ex.
Continu'd on Second pnge.
PiHs are »he «-_
Orego'iiln ’nd G "ni»,
Geer & Cummins
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