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BURNS. OREGON. SATURDAY. MARCH 22. 1902.
O I.SO l'.r Vr«r.
Ria Month» 70 < eiet«.
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FOR ASSAY OFFICE
Millner of llu<l»mi pay <'.>»>>jinn5
Oregon Delegation Cela Hear*
M liciteti Chinea«* Bill Will Be
s.ijM Aeronaut whm Killed.
lug for Billa.
Presented to the Menate.
Tlteir Allentimi Calie«! ton Num
her of IT i II m lU-lbre Congress.
Denver, March 13.—Secretary
Charles F. Martin, of the National
A report sent out from the Hud
I Liveat«wk A » ociitiun, his issued
son Bay pest at Fort Churchill!
a bulletin calling tiie attention of
Washington, March 12.—The sen oyer two years sgo that Andre, the i Washington, March 13 —Oregon
stockvuen to the present statua of
ate coinmitfee on immigration to- Swedish aeronaut, and Lis astoci- assay office bills held the boards
Hardware of Every Description.
bills of interest to the live
| «lay agreed to report theCbineec ates had been killed by Eskimo« is today, Senator Mitcbeli was given
now liefore Congress
lexclueion bill, known as the confirmed by advices receive«! here. a hearing by the finance committee
II. R. 6565. by Con
Mitchell Kahn measure. It is sub Alstons Churchill, in charge of the of the Senate in support of Lie bill
of Ohio, to
stantially the lame us the modified compadv’s most northern po.-t on to establish an assay ollicc at Port
bill submitted by Lhe Pacific Const lhe west coast <>f Hudson Bay, has land. H»r explained the necessity
committee, only a few verbal cor- written that after about two years’ of an office at that point, and on
' rectious having been mado.
search tm- men sent out by him his showing is confident the com vide for the improvement in breed
A point which oecasfoned mucli have r< turned with a rejiart similar mittee will favorably report his
ing horses for general purpose use;
consideration by the committee to tbs one first published. Traces Lili. The House committee on
II. R. 10,808. providing for a per
%*iiuoB»oeo«'m:»»c5t*7e«tì w » h whetlieror not Chinese should of the daring baloonisl and his coinage gave a hear to Representa
census bureau and an an
II. C I.EVENS,
be excluded from the Philippines, associates were followed for bun- tive Tongue on his bill to establish
JOHN W ItftiGS. President,
census of livestock ;
< .£• * 1 B Y, Caaiiter.
or whether tho whole proposition dredt of miles but it was impussi- an asray office at I’ortlnnd. and to
for Federal aid in
xliouhl be left to tho Philippine siLle to locate the tribe who caused Representative Moo-ly, in support
of the arid arid
of his bill for an asfsay office at
Commission. Th«: committee agreed the death.
of the West
Baker City. Mr. Tongue asserted
to retain the pionosilion of abfolute
The story of the searchers is that
exclusion, taking the ground that Arclie Eskimos saw “Jotniak” (onej that the present office at Seattle
the United State« wants to retain of their largest boats) floating in does not accomdatn the gold of the
the Philippines for the Filipinos, tho air. When it settled to the North Pacific, and furniehes no ac
¡power, f<>r the admission of the ter-
mid that the latt» r are a» much op ground three white men, strangely commodation at all to Oregon.
“According to reports of the Di rittories of New Mexico, Arizona
posed to lhe aimitbion of Chincce dressed, came out with guns, which
A Cenerai Banking Business Transacted. « X as i.re the Americans.
rector of the Mint,” ssiJ he. ‘‘only and Oklahoma to statehood, und
they indiscrctcly fired.
the Henry oleomargarine bill. -
Director»: W. Y. King. I. 8. Geer, Geo. Fry, W. E. Triadi.
Another section of the l»ill about ami his associates were killed with one-half of the gold from Alaska j
After stating the exf.ct ¡»osition
J. C. Welcome.
which the c »mmittcc debated ul Iluekee bows and every thing of went to Seattle last } car ; from Ore
legislative progress that Lai
»oui,«ì*'joji*a!:»;r. ji7C4v*v -w4oc»o*»*o4t|5«»o»a«54»i.#fl
length was that excluding Chinese i value taken. The searchers found gon one-ninth of 1 per cent of ths j been reached by each bill, the- bul
sailors from ships of American r>g- knives, tobacco ami cartridges sup-. output, while butper cent of the ■
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isier. This provision also was re pos«d lo lx-long lo A ml re in posses gold output of Washington found,
‘ Every nnr. engaged in the in
'.ained in tin- bill, but with a pro- sion of one of the most northern its way to that office. I contend
should immediately send a
p.t-ux» f.on»it No. 70, K oí P
■ viso to the effect that in case of tribee, but could get no further in-. that much of the gold taken from ! strong letter to the eluiirmau of the
Meet« every lliu.-adiy night.
Alaska would l»e tributary to an j
accident, stress ot weather or seri i formation.
F. M Jorian, C. C.
J Il M.MVLLSM.
office at Portland. All ofj committees iianinl and to the Scn-
ous illn«•»«, the captain of a vessel
rl. Motli-rab ■ 11, l> «>f R •?.
News that Andre undoubtedly
• ators and Congressmen from their
PIIOTOGJIAl HI R.
may ship a I blncso crew for the n)tj |jjg death at the Lands of the the Oregon gol 1 would be tributary state, urging uj » od them to eai nest-
BURNS CH APTER, NO. 49, O. EH.
voyage upon which be may Lave Eskimos lias Let t: forwarded to tbc lo that oCicc, as would practically ,
Mr. I» iw<ro!><i ami fiutili M- ad*y oí
all the gold of Eastern Washington ly work fur the passage of tha
«•utili menili iu Masonic bill, Vo* -.tig
, Grosvenor shoddy bill, for the pass
end a large portion of that from the
Main St —opposite Bank.
The provisions regarding the
Mr« M «gtrfa Li ven», W. M
Rossland and Republican districts, age of Senator Penrose'« horse bill,
privil.-gc of transit of Chintsa a-
Mr« k.u.<i<a Th'iinp’oii, Sc«.
Tl’.o' Schley arid Santiago” story in British Columbia. The gold for the passage of the irriguticui
r< sh the Vnited Stites arechanged
it, of course, one of thrilling inter production of Oregnu, as shown bv bill a: d for the defeat of the Henry
|U| Al^bKK A (HUUIY
Hi RNS LODGE. NO. 07, a F. .« A M.
¡n ph:a <<>Jogy, luit remain prac- I
although the pleasure of read undoubted testimony, is upwards oleoma garinc bill. Thie will Lake
Sle-«M uatur<!av «n or bel -ro full n«“on.
W. L Hatajen,
Johu W Gcsrjr, llie-illy the -amo in effect. There also
is painfully marred by the of $3,000,000 per year. an«l »s en but i.ve minutes’ time ar.d 5 cents
44u«1iflvd bruti.en Patern illy Invi,ed,
/’Ay*i>i<4H» J- Surgeoìit.
are verbal changes in the provision
« E Kenya«, \V. AL
F. 8. Rieder,
thought of the euviotis and bitter: titled to be taken into considera in cash, nhile millions annually
r.uriiH, Oregon. concerning (he detention of Chinese
controvcrsey that has shamed our tion, ami I should like thocommit- are involved' and depend upon
| who s«ek entrr at American ports.
£*7“’Uilke al residence. ’Fbono 20.
navy and the country itself, tee to d,-al favorably with the prompt and energetic conp'ianet
and lhe fJluwiiig penalty is
p.t'RNH LODGE, NO. S3, A O. I' W
That Rcar-Adiuira! Sampson ' Northwest and with Oregon. Out with this reqtwit.”
Manta al Brown lull «v«rv Frnlav eve
vide! for failure to observe
sLould have felt most keenly his ■of upwards of $-300,000,01»J.spent I,
Visiting brother« fraternally in-
v-to'l. Tito» Hagar«, W. M. Cita* N
misfurtuno, by rearen of his ah- by the Government annuall, very
Or. March 15.—G. L.
tcnc**, in not being “in it” at all little is expended in Oregon. Ore
and so just missed his supreme gon is entitled to fair consideration Dillman, of Oregon City. State En
BARNEY I.OilUE, NO. 77. I O O F
who shall refuse or wilfully neglect
gineer, todav approved the pinna
personal opportunity, is no* strange. and at least a small amount neces
‘.it'ilii nverv Siluri « >• vi-sitng, il ■>•'> -
i promptly to perform such duty
Visiting I» .'!> r • fraternally In JF£F“( Mil,-«, in Punk Iniihliiic.
That having miseed the credit of sary to encourage this important and specifications of the Portland
Franko Jack«««!, b’.U.
shall be deemed guilty of a felony,
Company for the reclamation < f
■ the victory, he should have allowed and growing industry should l*e al
C. «I. Stni li, He» rotary
and, on conviction, shall lie punish-
acres of arid land in Harney
bis consuming selfiahness to de lowed.” Mr. Tongue laid before
< d by a fine uf not less than $l<»00
County. \V. E. Burke, manager of
prive him of all magnanimity after the committee the resolutions of
Tl l E CIUCI.E. Ni» 1<l». WO.MFN <>l
nor more than I.50U0, or by iui-
the company, lias been notified of
IV<»<>.I rul. Mimi» 2ti l «>i I -Uh Tnri-
the victory, has proved to be after 'lhe Chamber ofCi-mmercc of Port
4«v «t Brown*« hall. Mr» Tilli «hr lati,
Attorney jt Law,
*11 his deepest misfortune. That land, favoring (be Portland assay this action, and a contract for th«
Mn Iona Wbitlng
0« u lian.
¡one year, or by both such fino and
reclamation of this l/r.d will le ex
I mistake has cest him dearly. It is ( office bill.
ecuted by the State I.at.d Bor.nl at
Schley’s magnanimity in hisbearing
Representative Moody defeuded once. The cost of reclamation is
The paragraph concerning the
alike toward Sampson ahd Cervera his bill on the ground that Eastern
return of Chinese is changed so as
and the annual
on that historic occasion which has Oregon produces the great bulk of
to read as follows:
at $1.50 per
gone so for towards winning for
the gold mined in Oregon. The year. The contract with the Port
him the decisively favorable judg committee decided to refer both
ncs - person is hereby imposed on
land Company will be the first t^
Attorney at Law.
ment of the people throughout the
hr executed by the Lane Board un
Tnaoe M arks
/aiu, Notarial and Hcill Ettate
i for r .commendatio.i *a to which is der the arid land law.
•.he more worthy of consideration.
Anyone •ending n »botch and dmcrlptlon mey
way corporation, its general oHiccrs
The tract mentioned lies 20 mil ■*
43iiirltty ttwrrthiii r»„r «iiiininti froe whether su
invciilinn in prubebty vàlenUU»!«- C«»tnw»u;ilm-
I southeast of Burns and six miles
«J.*íF~<Hilco in old Masonic building ami agents, and on the owners or|
t tona «trio! Ir P'MiOdeiitUu. IlMidbookon rotei ita
• «coi ir*.». Ol Uit Ngrni'y fur •«•outing Mtenta.
sharp remarks that “many people
If the test of a good book is that north of Malheur Lc-le. Burko
I* n <« mi < n taàrn tlirt'iiwh Munii A Co. rucwtvo
general olhccts ami agents of other
noi*«, wi»boni charge* tu the
e who stwer nt k<ng3 have seen the it shall have the power which car-
transjxirt ition lines or mod s of
I proposes to irrigate the land partly
, itiincabcnthevwouldbavecxtcnd- ries the reader with it, ibis new
i from streams and by pun.¡dug
A heMtomety llfoatreled weekly. ! arewt etr-
ly. br’inging him to the port al'fd a g^ h^'dtoonc.cspecral.y history ‘ Schlcya and Santiago,”
«-illation <»( any ac'ien'ino ioemal. ’IVru.a. <4 a
water from large wells by means o*
Tear: (<rar niontea* 91» Suiti by al! nwwedealere.
which entry is denied him or aid-1 **
Peaclical Land Surveyor.
leavx’s nothing to be desired. No steam pump«. It is propose J* to
Draein tifltcv. «S F Ht. Waahiuai "". 1». t.
one can read it without smelling use sagebrush iu part for fuel,
Burnì, Orii|on, ing him thither Io.”
I There is more Catarrh in this
powder, healing the roar of the gun. though it is liop<d-’aat oil may Ire
Every person bound under this
feeling some frenzy of battle. found in that region.
section to return a Chineso person:
11 is a fine story told simply and
who shall refuse or willfully neglect
Mr. Dilimaa said today that Le
tn writ* for our cotiihlanllal IrtVir baforv *,»-
Notary Public anil Conveyancer,
promptly to perform such duty is l ist few years was suyposcd to be convincingly. ‘Schley and Santi wculd not act upon any other up-
plyinx for patent^ it may M worth money.
Wc prouipuy obtain V. H. and Fortiftn
MertgKi"». n«eJx, Etc., oanactly m«il*.
subject to fine and imprisonment,, incurable. For a great manv year« ago"’ is a 1 ook that every American I i plications
for contracts for the rec-
Otite* at Stor*.
and subordinate officers, agents doctors pronounced it a local di should desire to possess. It con lamation of arid land until the ap
»0'1 TRADE MARKS 7 rrfuni KN-
and employes are also subject to sease, and prescribe«! local remedies, tains the sort of a story that will plicants furnish more complit«
TIRE attorney R it . n«*n«1 wodvl, NK»*t«-n
,»r piioto And w« »»end nn |h^M£D|ATL
and by constantly failing to cure stir the spirit of prtriotism in the sj eeificatiprs.
Fl REE repnil on pnlenlAbbity.
E-.t letf.-il I*« r\i. e an I ndvi«
with local treatment, pronounced it heart of every American lad. Il
«re moderate. Try tux
Science has proven moves the reader by its directness.
held in detention is made felony, incurable.
A movement is afoot to make tl •
punishable Loth by fino and im- catarrh to be a constitutional di The facts the book contains need ! boxes in ail lhe postnihees in the
prisoiiiiient A new provision ap sease, and therefore require« cou- no litcrarv adornment, and tho country free. The mover in Mie
plies tho exclusion provisions of Etitutlonal treatment. HallsCatarrh author, appreciating this, has shown matter i« a representative in c«m-
Opp. U.S. Patent 0 fllce,WnMilaqton, D.C.
bill to Chinese who enter as Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney rare discrimination in the way he grA>s3.
He has introduced a bill
*-m hibi »«— am—*—
. r VX
prowerveM »»nd pickku», Kprcud
that tbeguveri iueut
We |»n>inptly obtain U. H. find torvl^ii
a tLlu coating of
constitutional cure on the market. of this remarkable cruise of the shall buy all the beats in all tho
and becomo laborers.
Washington, March 15.—Before It is taken internally in doses from Flying Squadron.—Milwaukee Sen* minor postofiiecs, and hereafter let
being reported, the Mitchell Chi 10 drops to a te:ii-pox>nful. It acts tillel.
them to citizens without charge.
nese exclusion bill wa« amended in directly on the blood and mucous
These boxef are now owned uv the
Will k’E?p thorn nbW'lutfly motal'tn and
H< i d
inrrntk u for
ILirry C. Robinson, of Portland,
iM-ld proof. PureFUAn(<l VanitHnu I n t«i* »
free report on patentemlltr.
postmasters, though the rentals for
toflccun’TO n nc UADIfQ MfltC
secretary to Senator Mitchell, has
Uoiiee. Full «tlrertloBN In mu-h jAikk.RO,
Patent>an«l I nAut*WRn|\v
then, goes to the government
hilly affect the provisions. But. »s one hundred dollars for any case it
been admitted to piactico before
STANDARD OIL CO.
several members ef the committee fails to cure. Send for circulars
the Supreme Court, on motion of
’•■‘served the light to offer amend-; and testimonials.
**——“~“z7/Z xia1 'up«*.
ments am! oppose certain sections. | F. J. Cheney <!ir Ct., props. Toledo, O.
This «iguature la on erury no« ei tho goouine
there is going to be quite a bitter
OPPOSITE U S PAIENT OFFICE
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
^.'„WASHINGTON. P C.
THE CITIZENS BANKj
tex fc.-* .* o o o o « c s 9 » 3 c
Geer & Cummins
Hall’s Firmly Pills arc Ihi beat.
'ìe rvwxly U)»: curca a nW ia> ose «Mr