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eJee of the porch, bolding to a port way. that Arnold Spikes’ steamer
for vopfwrt- He awid to G i B bsi *. Victoria has arrived there after hav
'J ihn be killed me. I’m dying J^hn ing visited tbe Swedish aerooant,
I'm dying: be was behind tbed«»or.’ Herr Andree, at Danes island. Tbe
And to awoîher be said. He sbo< erection of a bsllooo boose has been i
Returning prosperity will make many rich. Kit nowhere ran fh«*r
me do vn like a deg
The M in- tegun and Herr Andree expected make so much within a short time as by successful Speculation in <;» ;
Killiog in Cnxk County.
cbestcr was not U> le seen »ben to be ready to start on bis aerial Provisions and Stock.
John H. Campbell, who shot and Gibson appeared on the scene. The vovare toward tbe North pole early Ujn 00 FOR EACH DOLPR IgVESTEOC»N BE MADE Bl OUR
killed Isaac C. Swearingen, at New- gun had been removed by Camp- in Joly* Before startirg however, I
Systemitic Plan rf S.innlrioi
non; creek, in Crook county, July bell so Mrs. . Swearingen testified. it was lb« intention of tbe aeronaut originated by us All succcessful speculators operuenn a regular sv-fem
4|has surrende-ed to Sheriff C«?mLe.
T’__ corof.er held the inquest to test his balloon thoroughly by
It is a well-known fact that there are thonaan Is of men in ail p/-
A full account of the killing is thus ;*nd last Tuesday Campbell was sending it up attached to ropes and of the United States who. by systematic trading th«-o lgh Chicago brok"
told by the Prineville Review:
____ before Judge Brink, ’.he by telephone to tbe steamer Virgo ers. make large amounts every yeir, ranging from a few thoueanl d »l!a-,
‘ Isaac C Swearingen and family • committing mag^itrate. , on the which vessel couveyed Herr Andree for the man who invests a hundred or two d >lla-s up to I »3 OX) \ ,
1100.000 or more hv tho«e who invest a few thousand
Eave Lveri n Newsom creek for the charge of murder. The defendant and hie companions and their out
It is also a fact that those who make the largest profits from coin
pan 10 years. The family consist- wa-J-.r.d w.thout bonds to await fit to Spitzenbergenr On the way parativeiv small investments on thia plan are pers >n« who liv» awiv
ed of the father, mother ard three the action of Nbe grand jury on the back from Spitzeobergen tne steam from Chi.-’ago and invest through brokers who thoroughly und ratani
er Victoria called at Advent hay on systematic trailing.
daughters the eideat being 16 and charge of murder
Our plan does not risk the whole amount invested on any trade.but
-As to Mr. Campbell, be i« a June 29th where it was learned
17 year» of age Domestic trouble
both sides, so that whether the market rises or falls it brin»« a
caused the M-paration >f the father young mas 22 years old, and he is that the members of tbe Martins- stealv profit that piles up enormously in i «a»-; i a*
from his wife and children, be go ‘of a family that is well respected in Conway party and tbe Swedish
WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, al o our Manual on
successful speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of monev
ing to a small cabin on the ranch th* comm unity in which they live, Norring expedition were well,
O if man lai explains mtrgin
and residing there while be permit and Mr. Ca mpbell has heretof. re vent bav was full of ice.
3 gard to our standing and
ted the family to continue in tbe borne a good reputation. His moth
For further information address
borne. <>tb*-r penoo* interested er and other relations live near A>
THOMAS &« CO.
themseires in tbe affairs of this bany, Linn county, Oregon. J. H
family and instead of trying to Cox. who has stock in.erests at
bring mgetber this broken bouse- Mowry and now a resident of Linn
hold did all they could to widen tbe county, is an uncle of the unfortu-
gulf Let wee h bu»Land and wife.
•^Swearingen was in Prineville
tbe day before bis death and arriv- •
THS NAME O'T E NEXT
ed borne F rid ay evenirg about 11 |
London, July 13—Advices have
o'clock and went up to his cabin.
received from Tromsoe. Nor
M hen be arrived he f«»and John
ai d f<*mi y wh<> r< -m--lined “
until morning. In the morning
the Gibsonti and r wearingen went
FREE BRAND COLUMS.
to the barn of Swearingen, which
Hora brand bar ten on left «boulder; Catlh
bar ten on left hip and upper «-lip on but!
was about 90 yards from the house
ear«. J. A. McKinnon, Burna Ore.
where Mrs. Swearing«-n and family
Hardin A Riley, cattle branded Von left »ide
WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN
Horae brand"? leftside, r o. BurLi,Or«c<>n
live, an«J got some provisions. John
Gibson remaining with .Swearingen,
F j RTH . Rlul OF ONE.
J. C, Folev. cattle brand = on rlgnt «ide
helping him to fix up (or his har
Horae brand — on left ahouìder.
vest. They were engaged in fixing
«'■ttle brand, II.. on left rit under bit in
up a mower, when Swearingen went
, left ear, under a!.>pe in riirht ear
71 on rixht atifle.
R E J. A. Williaina F, O. .
up to his cabin and got a Wim hes-
ter rille returning to the barn, he i
FO. THE YEAR.
Horaea branded )-( on left atifle. Cattle brand
put the gun down and went on with
ed )-( on left hip. Marion Bunyard. PO Hurt.»
ON NOVEMBER 4th 1896
his werktj .After he had worked a
C attle lia-n >n ! on ’.eft hip; h >r
• l»ulder. Charle« H. Voerllty, Hur-.« »
while, he wanted a drink and want
Horae branded P on rixht »houlder. cattle i
ed Gibson to go with him and get
THE S N FRANCISCO
on right hip. K. A. Hendrick«. P.O. Lawen Or
it. Gibson refused to go. He then
Public interest will steadily increase, and the question how themen^
Horae brand SB on left ahoulder, alao thre.
•vhose votes turned the scale at the last election are satisfied with the
picked up his gun and started to
do’a.*. u> «hapeof triangle,cattle brauded«atne
' E. E. Urout burna/Or.
results under the administration they elected, will make the campaign
th ¡¡house and went to tha front
i'KICM ai .Sj FV.It Vt
Mita Kj.»a Dirkenaon Uorae brand anvil o,
the most intensely exciting in the history of the countrv.
door, and said to his wife, who met
left «1 1 He. Cattle branded barli on left hip. I
O. I.awen Ore
him. ‘If he's here, I'm going to
,B3 SAN FRANCIS 0
J. P Dlckeneon cattle brand J P connected < i
kill him. Ahe replied, ‘He's here.’
Hone braud anvil ou left stifle P. Ci
“Swearingen on receiving the
Cattle brand fltntre 7on eitherhlp; mark lig!»-
crop off ea<-h ear, »lip in each ear, an1 .rat?
he leading Republican family newspaper of The United States, wil
aliove reply entered the house and
on left jaw. Horae b and flKUre7«>n either hi;»
Filiti; «11.0 »FIR VKAS,
all the political news of the day, interesting to every American
J. 11. Bunyard.Burna ¡Ore.
his wife attempted to take the gun
of party affiliations.
Geo Willfan.«, bore»« and mule« bra
away from him and they scuflled
•.HE SAN FRANCISCO
Also general news in attractive form, foreign correspondents cover
ruun ding w. on tieh-etilie. F. O
through the house, which consists |
llorac brand bar m on left ahonlder; Catti« ing the news of the world, an agricultural department second to none
N I» a iiautiauuie eight-
bran«i 1 ar-ni on left hip and rii>». Catherin« in the country, market report's which are reccgnixed authority, fascinat
of several room*, on to the back
pa.ee paper. It Is lu'U.-d every
Mareha.l PO XartuuRiire.
porch, both retaining a hold on the]
ing short stories, complete in each number, the cream of the humorous
T hit rede v, a <1 contains ail of
Horae brand on left ahoulder S Miae l.aur»
tne ttnpi riant new« of the
papers, foreign and domestic, with, their best comic pictures, fashion
Then Campbell, who hud.
Stan« lift, Burt» Ote.
week, iileun<*.| from r»er.y <|U»r-
plates and elaborate descriptions of woman’s attire, with a varied sud
been in a l»ed room, near the front !
ter of the globe, eonipl«-le up
Hur»e brand ~ on left «h .nlder and anme on
»ttractive department of household interest.
The “New York Weekly
to date of publication, It fur-
door, appeared in the door ofieniiig
larger than that
! e u»«-le of righ; hind leg. Phil Smith Burn»
uialira the latent and not)
on the p«»rch. When he appeared >
from the office of
reliable Oioncial new* »nd
tending to give
at the door, ¡Campbell said, ‘ike, ifj
market quotations, ai d giva«
a pec tai attenti d tu horticuU
connected. Far mark ewallow f<»rk in rtght eat
you have anything against me, we
underbit in left. P, O. Burna Ore.
tural ami agricultural news,
and young people of the household.
will settle it now.’ At the same
and la in every reject a fir»t-
Cattle branded .1 P on left »h .ul
der «ime b » ruled JP connected.
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to offer this splendid journal
tla<u> family racer. appealing
time, according to Mrs. Swearin
Price, Burn« ore
to the interval of every member
and THE HERALD for
gen's testimony, Swearingen jerked
Herman Ruh ca'th brand ¡J
ut the houaehoid.
•r crop ,.ff «mi «M al. in f rk in left ear
the guu from her hands and cocked
«•ar under a'tife. P. O. I.aaen.
Hl MOIIMSU Cll.l.
and leveled it at ('ampbell, who
•’»' le s-i > I -f ». >n left his,
('««it Iwvaa » WMl)
ri chi rir « li-r i« a i I »p it i i
stood in the dour
She stated fur
1» a live n.r irapoliltn
>-( o. on left th >n Ider.
ther that Campliell drew his pis'ol
«Hily. it ta me MOST KELIA-
after he «as covered with the Win
G. W. I'hompaun. l.»weii O
b'-liiii th- LEADING NKIVS
chester, and shot Swearingen, the
i'ATKft . I the
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► titer •( the at»«.»« i »om w*
ball entering the breast near the*
wilt »«nJ pt-tu <id m a pre
right shoulder, between the first
mium <>n r.-eel I of the follow,
and Second rib» and coming out
ing «atb«erletton price» fur the
«VRSrltlPTTOMl MAY BEG1S AT AST TIME.
four inches lower, and to the left of
Address or call at
the spine. At the inquest. Dr Bel
knap cut the bullet out from under
\\ rite ytnir usnre mid address on a postal card, send it to Gf o M I ,f
en 1 ORTI IM A rATBNTt Fw a
the lower part of the shoulder bla<!».
Room 2. rrihtpne Rulding. New York Citv. and a ssmule copy 01
Bmmnt answer arel an b.-orM op.ni.Mt, write to
Ml NN 4k CO., win. have had near);«Fty tear»*
NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you.
The gun was a 45-caliber Colt.
I I« 00
• ip*et««MW la U»e iwteot boxneaa. Coalman»ce*
ti.ma Mrt.-tit cwtfMrn:ial. A llandbwak of lo-
"John Gibeon immediately ran'
f ormai ton «vwMwrnin« Falcata and bow to ob
t' a I \
tain them aent rrwe. Alao a aaSetarM of ma c- Saw
leal and amentlAc book« ^nt free.
to the house and at the gate met
Patenta taken throuah Munn S Co. recete»
•eec.ai notice lathe «eleatis« America», and
WlTlil« Th»«»en» lìe«ne«ty cerea quickly. ,^tJ
Campbell and the fsmilv. Camp
Wea Meiniwr, Ix»»a of Bra n «
Inai ar« broucbl wid.lr bet.me lb« public with
tmued weehlr. eleaant ly illaatrated, hm by far the
bell remarking. 'J«»hn, it wm a
r >1 dr- nut», Impot'.-cr and warne« Skaawee» c-u • ...
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larcrat ctrçwlatKat of any acieDUSe w«mk ta the
•m.»A««.l. m.rj nr »«ra.-v-«. Ccnt»;:i»M»«»rlete». laawerw.
build«.» Hak»»tha paleand pu-y M~’nca»4 >
mighty bord thing to do. by G—d,
Sanding Kd.txm monthly. «.St yaar. Steste
laMtye«r.ier|in Tr<->.r'-t. •» perlw<x; d t »•<*•
•omaa. 43 cent*. Rv«e» nuaatwr eoatataa bean,
tael. wS'k a «Ivtr»
I had to do it to eave mveelt’ Swear
tifai platea ut eotora and «>Mn«rm»ha of new
rwe«.e.-t h». «, «ealod plain w-ar. —r. W i t* “
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boema • th plan., »nab. .n« bender« fo »how Ute
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