The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, September 09, 1896, Image 5

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    YTood Yard!.
Wood Yard!
\V A N'l E D — I desire to cor­
out hunting a few days ago Miller
respond with Oregon parties
was bitten by a polecat which he
who may lie able to supply
found in a trap. Symptoms of
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hydrophobia developed, and yester-1 sucti as spear heads, arrow heat's, stone
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER. 9 1816
Proprietor.
FRANK GOODMAN
day morning Miller became so vio­ vipes ecl. Write me. telling in? what
Ju have. Address: II. P H amilton ,
lent that he was bound to his bed.
Inhuman Parents. ,
Two Rivers, Wsconsin.
Good cord wood delivered on short notice and at Reasonable Rates.
I During the’ afternoon, while in con-(
Chicago, Aug. 4. Within the ‘ vulsions, he broke the roves with
£W“Leave orders at Worthington’« Drug Store;
STOCK INSPECTOR.
narrow confines of a. dark, stuffy j which he was tied, leaped from the
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room at 722 West Van Buren street, bed and sprang upon bis son, who
tou HAKXFY county ,
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little Pearl McC'ov, a frail child of was in the room.
( Ieo.Tregaskis. Burns.Or.
DEPUTIES,
10 years, has spent the last five. The sufferer fastened bis teeth in
months of her life in solitude. Yes- j t|)e |)oy,g face ftnd njai)g]ed it se­ (). B Dingle, — Diamond, Oregon.
terdav, when the police called to I verely. The blood seemed, to make. 11. S. Morris,
-v Riiey, Oregon
investigate the case on the com­ Miller more ferocious, and he bit
plaint of neighbors, it was found the boy in a dozen other plae.es.
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she had been stealthily remov’d by
Miller then tied from the house
her parents. The police are mak While wandering in the country
ATTORNEY AT-LAW,
AND
ioga search for her. A warrant the man met John Alexander,!
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will propablv be issued tomorrow whom he tore with his teeth. lie
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|,v Justice Kehoe for the arrest of also met Henry Simpson, who was
Wm. Pillar,
the girl’s parents and higher court torn in a similar manner. The
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proceedings will be commenced by three victims were brought here to­
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the Humane Society in order to lo­ day for treatment, but physicians
cate the child’s whereabouts.
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say they cannot live. The Moul
ONTARIO
Ever since May L st. little Pearl, trie neighborhood is in terror, as
IS THE
according to the testimony of kind Miller is still at large. Sheriff Per­
lv neighbois, has been confined in ry and a posse left this afternoon,
PLACE TO GET BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, UNDERWARE,
a dark room by her stepmother determined to kill the maniac
GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
rhe head of the house, Hugh Me | they could not capture him.
Located first block East of Church.
Cov, is a newspaper circulator..
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AO ENT.
The occupants of the house consists
W. II. C anaday , Manager.
NOTARY PUBLIC
of himself, his wife, a grown eon
Six weeks ago I suffered with
and little Pearl.
! very severe cold; was almost unable
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GB-EGOST
Several weeks
to speak. My friends all advised |
der, a next door
me to consult apysician. Noticing 1 £3>'~Practices before U- S. Land Office. |
attention called to the child’s pres
Chamberlian’* Cough Remedy' ad­
cnee in the small, gloomy room
vertised in the St. Paul Volks
overlooking the court, and attempt-
| Zeitung I procured a bottle, and
id to talk with her. Once she was
. after taking it a short while was
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caught talking with the neighbor
entyrely well- 1 now most heartily
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and that night her window was.
recommend this remedy to anyone PHYSICIAN
and
SURGEON
nailed down.
Since then other’
suffering with a cold.
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DEALER IN—
neighbors state they have plainly I G7s Selby Ave., , St. Paul, Minn. I Ofiice
at
Residence
heard the sound of lash?*, followed ' For sale by
HARDWARE. CROCKERY, ‘
BURNS
bv the plaintive cri -s of the child. |
OREGON
Backadder of late has been throw
ing bi oks and fruit over the top of
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GUNS.
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the window to the girl, but no per
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suasion made her divulge the secret
MACHINE SHOP IN ( ONNECTION, Bicycles, Mowing Machiues, Guns
of her confinement
»y DR. D. B. CflTE
eta. repaired promptly and satisfactory.
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Big Indian Powwow.
Ev. ry ki:xi of first-elass Dentistry
Jone o' short notice and in a work
La Grande, Sept. 1.—The citizens
manlike manner.
of Enterprise and vicinity are
alarmed by reports that Indians
are gathering in Wallowa with the
intention of massacring the inhab­
itants, to avenge the death of the
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Indian recently lynched at Asotin
Undertaking.....................
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for outraging a young lady of En
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specialty
terprise. Miss Olive Richardson,
Kin® Work,..................
Low Pi ices.
the young lady who was outraged. ■
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has returned home. It is rumored
BURNS
OREGON.
that the Indians now encamped lit j
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
taat vicinity are seeking her life,'
and threaten to shoot her on sight.,
ItisestimaUd that over 2000 In-j Cigger anti Better
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dii.ns from the Nez Perce and
Than Ever Before. BONG GEE, Proprietor.
Umatilla reservations are now en­
camped in the Wallowa vallev.
BURNS,
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OREGON.
Today the Indians had a barbecue
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and powu-ow at theirlcamp at the
mouth of Trout cieek, this being ‘ >, '■
” wry-thin* Yor. Want
Hist door south of Post Office.
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Know When Xou
the time for celebrating the death
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of the Indian recently lvnched. A|
\ VERITABLE CYCLOPEDIA
number of prominent Indians pres-1
SCP UP-TO-DATE FACTS.
ent. besides the family and relatives
of the dead man. The settlers have { An 'vcioabte and Unrivalled
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taken necessary precautions and
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Political r.nd Popular
Gives the choice of two transcontinental
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warned everybody
to stay awav j 0^ J
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from the meeting, as they might
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nion
thoughtlessly cause trouble, as the
NORTHERN RY.
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Indians will no doubt be worked
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up to a great frenzy, and, with the’
DENVER.
MINNEAPOLIS,
K ansas city
assistance of whiskey, some of
and ST. PAUL
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them might resort to violence.
Low rates to all Eastern cities.
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STEAM
Hydrophobia Victim.
leave
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St. Augustine, Fla., Sept 5.—
hand whb l”'J“
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Suffering with hydrophobia, Austin
hraw lube eylinS«™. l"ww than Fron,50^“-™'-“
For full details cell on O. R A \
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Miller, a prominent citizen of St
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Pf®PaT fright to 20 branch bouses. Srf»nd nr
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John county. is running amuck in
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print our latest nlaaa
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