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EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22, 1896.
BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. AUGUST
' leaving the tepee he spied a lean,
'yellow cur. H»1 asked Chief Two
B. ¡'y how much he would take for
PIBLI-HED EVERY WEDNESDAY
na and Japan we heard often of the dog, at the same time stroking .
w’ondeeful acts of bravery perforin tlie brute dnifn the back and eaeh^
W. C. BTHD & SON.
cd by the Japanese, but tales of time taking a handful of money;
PUBLISHERS AND PlIOrUIETORS.
Chinese bravery were ft w ami far from the end of his tail.
“Him very valuable dog,” said
between. The following story, how-
>re Year ..............
<?.<«» lev, r, which appears to be told by I McAlister,
picking a coin out of
| an eyewitness, is enough to show the dog’s ere and another out of
HERALD CUT. LIST:
¡that the Chinese had at least one his nose. "Two poij^s for him,
Sera'd and llatpsr'» Magaziue............... 5.00
Herald and Harf er’s Weekly .................5.20 officer w ho was no coward.
Herald and Harper’» Bazar......... •........ 5.20
The Indians, with eves as big as
Tiie depo.-ed viceroy, Li Hung
Herald and Harper's Young People .. 3.75
Mcrald amt lldcn’» Manifold Cyclopedia,..2.K
stood ip awb and astonish-
eu'ii a idlti.oial volume after Vol. I 55 cent»:
Id ient» extraDcr volume, postage.
. ed by the government to investigate merit and rhOolc flit’r heads. Af
f ^T-t'opic« of all the above works can be ex
»he reasons of defeat at the battle ter McAlister had gone they carried
«■allied at leisure iu the Reading Room.
of Port Arthur met in the city of the poor png d<|wi|t<) the riverside
Publishers of periodicals are solicited
o semi I ubb'tig rales, a cony of their work f<>- Peking.
our Free Headin': R mm—We file and bind the
»Iteri. 11. «<• ofevery half volume, »nd r»v <1 one of poor gunnery brought against , had no gulden >gg, and they went
■••pies bv advertisement.
| Captain Le Chen Fue, who had slowly back to camp as completely
commanded the Yen Tse Chang, dumbfounded and as solemn as h u-
ADV ERTISI N<i RATES:
one of the largest battleslii|>s that j man beings can possibly be.
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escaped from the action without
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MANUFACTURER OF THE WELCOME TREE
28.CC great dap.age
4 DU 1.50 12 l>3
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A Dog’s Devotion.
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After Li Hung Chang ha<l read
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col. I 6.00
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charges in full the accused cap
San Francisco, July 27.—The B’.uns*
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tain rune and requested that a dozen doleful whining of a. dog near the
shells jie brought from his vessel. Scandinaven in Laurel Hill ceme
jf every dc»criptlon executed with ncatne»» This was tlune, and the shells were tery, attracted thoattention of Mrs.
inà derpatch. nt reasonable rate».
set in a row before the committee. S C Oyer yesterday aftti^non.
Bill Iles la.
Le Chen Fue then stepped forward, She took the path leading to a
and drawing his sword, said. “Can clump of bushes, w hen a smatl fox >-
T he H eeald ia kept regularly <>u file for re
1 Sfc irie.k|j^
lerence, in <be t.eo. H. Rowell Newspaper Ad- you wonder that we were defeated terrier ran toward’ j-v-'r.
rtr i»ii>g Bureau. 10 spruce st.. New York.
when our .shells were like these?” to pet ths dog, but the animAl kept
Frepriotor of the SX-ITJE SALOON
As he spoke and before any one ' out of reach. Not seeing anything, (
| could stop him he raised his sword j she returned J away, but th * dog
Keep constantly on hand a supply of fine Liquors and Cigars
The shell was I skirts. She turned once more, and
... .Grover Cleveland in front of him.
iecret«ry oX sta’e
Riiharo 8, Oh ey split in two, and sawdust end red I the dug, a pace or two a head, led j
' hc re ary of Treasury
John G Carlisl«
--THEY HAVE ALSO —
Secretary of Interior
Hoke Smith ‘»rick dust flew all about.
the way into the brush. A few steps
Secretary of War
Daniel 8. Lamoni
.. Hilary A. Herbert
ie<TetHr> of Navy
Then in rapid succession he farther and she was startled.to see
▲ Fine MONACH BH.lia.ri Table.
J. Sterling Morion
vg t v; <t
Jud-« u 11 armoil struck shell after shell.
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I moved, we were so surprised and and saw that he was dead
DKE gox :
I remember thinking dog cuddled down and licked the
J. H.Mitchell. , frigh’ened.
(Bineer Hermann 'that if the last one proved a good face of the corpse.
(W. R. Kill»
Attorney treue tai ........
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’J P m ’*’ Lord
™’" I ione there would be none of us left Mrs. Oyer at oneb left the place
ir «rei ary of State
' to tell the tale; ’ but. no, that was I and notified the superintend nt of | Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
éupt. Pub io ina»ruction
the cemeterv, who in turn notified
W H Laed» like all the others—a sham.
> R. S. Bean
When the wagon
‘upre.iii Ju Ixe»
. . .} C. Wol
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his sword al the feet of Li Hung reached the spot the dog was still
NIN'ETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
of his late master.
Harriet Ju4ge ..*...
. M.D.CLirroKv Chang, ard as soon as that states bv the side
V’Ktrl r Vtorncr
.111) . .O. L. Fattersoti. man could speak he dismissed the Deputy O’Brien
Fishing Taokl s A. ad Sporting Soods.
A’ w.bowan charges.
McGinnes took the reclever and |
started to lift the body. The dog
J ou nt y w ldge .......................... C. P. Rutherford. .
I’in ware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
H. Kelley .
at them and had to be
T re atti rer
A Valuable D g.
T a . McKinnon
driven away. When the body was Burns,
A. J. Mi Kitinon
S’. W Miller
i ‘h- m ! Superintendent
W. C. H, rd I
Some tribes of American Indians
said to I e highly expert at feats and had to be taken out. Vhe dog
A. B. Mark«
Geo. liage. of jugglery.
Other tribes seem to followed the wagon Borne distance
HAKKKT 0. S. LASP OFFICR:
t>e almost unacquainted with such but was finally'lost
. ...........................Thom«» Jon«-»
There were nc papers or any 1
................. ..A. A. Cowing tricks, if we are to credit a story
on the body that would
said to have Iwen told by a military I
officer at Fort Sill and reported by identification. The deceased wai
STEPHENS * RICHARDSON, Proprietor
a man apparently 60 years old
the Buffalo Express.
SYLVA REBEKAH Dc<rcc No. *8.
Professor McAlister, the magi with a short chin beared and gray
Meet» every i»t »ndM We<ine»«l»y.
MI m I.F» McGee N.G.
cian. once visited a camp of River
Sarn M<> her»he»<l. Rec. Sec’y.
keep constantly on hand
Crows on the Yellowstone, and after
¡extracting variuus packs of cards For your Protection.— Catarrh “CnrcB" or
a . o. c. w. Ror0**'
for Catarrh in liquid form to b« taken
Mect.every 2d »nd 4»h
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and other articles from the ears, Tonics
internally, usually contain either Mercury or
J W Saj«r. Il«*’»* neck, noses and garments of the as- Iodide of Potaaaa, <»r both, which are injur,
tonisbed Indians was invited to a ions if too long taken. Catarrh is a local, not
1>1< mx 1 disease, caused by sudden change to
feast of roast dog ® and other a cold
M, et* at odd Fellow» Hall, every S»tnr<Iay.
or damp w eather. It starts in the nasal
Some Fearful Moments.
J. C. Welcome,
Xw. W. JOHNSON,
I. S. GEER & co,
Hardware and Tinware.
The Burns Bar
W C. Byrd. N.G.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
Chiet Two Belly was so impressed
by the great n. dicine powers of the
H ARNEY FO9T KO. «. <». A. R.
M»et»everv 1«t and M Wc1ne»Cav of each professor that he took him to his
th •< «»•»•! Fall■.»»• HCl. Ali Cutnrad»
wigwam, introduced him tn his
it. g«xx! »tandingInvtted.
(meaning wildcat) and offered her
V. S. MAII.l.
I to him fora wife at the low price
I rriveaand departadaily,
of two ponies
vr aw«—CasvosctTV :
! The feast and daughter were
ve.as-4 Iwpart»dally, ssrept sande»
• t*uth declined, but as McAlister was
passages, aff’-cting eyes, ears and throat.
Cold in the head causes excessive flow of
mucus, and, if repeatedly neglect, d, the re
sults of catarrh will follow; severe pain in
the head, a roaring sound in the ears, lad
Iweath, and oftentimes an offensive dis
charge. The remedy should ><e quick to allay
inflammation and heal the membrane. Ely’»
Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for
these troutdes and contains no mercury
nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
«-S^Uourteous treatment guaranteed.
Your patronage solic
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expe
StagesI^eave Burns dy for Canyon City, and inteimedati joint«