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EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22, 1896
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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 16 1896,
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“Careful study for the past four
months convinces me that, despite
serious losses, the
rebels are — hold
Pt BUSHED E\ EltY WEDNESDAY
Sept. 12. The
i uc sensation
bcu ? siiui > of
hour in stock circles is the bold ing their own against the troops
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theft and driving away of over 200 The wealthy agricultural districts
P ublishers and P roprietors , head of cattle owned b/ prominent are now completely under rebel
Ada county, Idaho, cattlemen, in-,control, and the whole sympathy ot
■ eluding John Lempand T. C. Catlin, the islanders is with the rebles
One Year......................................................... 32.00 I For cleverness of design and bold- Even Havana, which is moreSpan-
....................... ................. .1.00
Three Months ............................................. . .75 I ness of execution the theft stands ish than any other town or district
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Herald and Harper’s Magazine........
5.00 ' without a parallel in the volumin- is permeated with animosity to-
. . .
ward Spanish rule, and is honey-
Herald an<l Har] er’s Weekly ..........
ous history of stock stealing opera- coinhe/with intriguer8 ou behaif
Herald and Harper’s Bazar...............
Herald and Harper’s Young People
tions in this section.
of the rebellion.
Uerald and Alden's Manifold Cyclopedia, —
etch additional volume after vol. I 55 cents: |
‘ It is quite false to call it a color
10 cents ext ra ner volume, postage.
. Ir, the fighting ranks of
'epicsof all theabove works can be ex
the nroporsion is 70
«mined at leisure ill the Reading Room.
gathered small bunches of fat steers i
’ per cent whites to 30 per cent
Publishers of periodicals are solicited at various points, and, at the up 1 , negroes.”
ui send ('lubleng rates, a copy of their work for
owr Free Reading Room—We file and bind the pt inted time, about three weeks,
la'ier at ek.ee of every half-volume, end n«v tI
ago, collected th* ni and drove them I ' ______________________________
copies bV advertisement.
I towards the land of stock yards
The victims a e satified they
TMEtf SELL THEMSELVES!
SF4C1 • 1 wk 12 wk 1 1 mu J 3 mo 1 0 mo 1 lyr know at least two of the
.'Inch I »150 $2.50 $5.00 » 8 00 »11.00 »15.00 and several men are now attempt
3.00 4.00 6.50 12 UÌ 18.00 28.00
» •• 1 8.50 5.00 X 00 15.00 24.00 40 00 ing to strike the trail of the stolen
i “ 1 4 50 «00 10.00 2'0.00 32.00 50 00
, co). 1 6.U0 9 00 15.00 2.5.09 48.00 MOO band.
One of the followers has re
4 “ 1 12.90 1(1 00 28.00 48.00 80.00 1-0. Oo
20.00 80.00 40.00 (••0.00 110.00 140.00 ported that he has gotten on the
track of the rustlers. The fact
that another trailor has reported he
)t every description executed with neatness also has
struck the trail, which '
tnd despatch, at reasonable rales.
i leads in an entirely different direc- |
tion, shows that either the thieves
have thrown all the trackers off the
Tits H erald is kept regularly on file for re
ference. in 1 he Geo. P. Rowell Newspaper Ad- sent or that they are endeavoring
voriislug Bureau. 10 Spruce st.. New York.
to drive the cattle through in small
bands, each taking a different < "T ’ V.rrrxYt D LAPEL BUTT ON’3 ofthe above cm- .
blem. i non colors, (wi.h stars in gilt), will be sent
Xrtb paiil upon receipt of the f<>’lowing price* :
JAiALLSIZE -5 t . piTdoz.; F2 5O per hundred:.$21 00 I
She iimrs-f rraM.
BW IUUL tN CATTLE-
•) I ll.-u*uii<l. I'* in. BUTTONS-75c. per dor. ’ $5.50
— ’ i lr> I; A » per till'Ufland. H4 in BUTTONS—
i per hundred; $79.00 per thouHnnd.
Orderthe-Hibiiito .aatorv-e and dlstnbu'e them for
liegiH'do'th »Ciitxe Kv-*ry word Isa text; the whole
................................. Grover Cleveland
ieeretary of State
......... Ri< barn S, Olney
«•«•retary of Treasury............. John (». CurlUde
■Secretary of Interior
................... Hoke smith
Secretary of War
. Daniel a. I umoiit
Secretary of Navy
Hilary A. Herbert man one
«ecrerarv of Agriculture.
J. Sterling Morton
Attorney General ..................... Jud-.ti Harmon farmers
Wm. L Wilson
decretory of State
<npt. Public I list ruction
With a Pitchfork.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
S-pt. 11 —J. II. Buck
of the most prominent
in Lincoln county, was
kill« near here last evening by
°j'H.Miwhei:' Waber Fairman.
(Binger Hermann'crew wasat work
. W. R. Ellis
m . idieman ' place and Fairmar
Wm I’ Ix>rd | r
F. mpies ol two sizes of Buttons, 15 cents.
THE BIMETALLIC ASSOC’N,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
J. C. Welcome,
MANUFACTURER OF THE WELCOME TREE
W. W. JOHNSON,
Keep constantly on hand a supply of fine Liquors and Cig
they have also —
A yino MOSTACK Billiard Table.
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
I. s. GEER &, co,
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
ti R Kiucald («rain.
.............. GM Irwin I
W H Laeda1
> R. S. Bean.
. .> C, Wolverton
’ F. A. Moore
NIXETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
»Is'rict j n w
M. D. CLirroKu struck Fairman, who
... C. W. Parrish. knocking
foi nt-Représentât! ve
. i R)
O. L. Patteraon.
I hi nt-seniU or ............. HR)
| then jumped
COUNTY— HARNEY :
, form of Buckman and choked him
Joi nt v .» idtre ............... ..........C. P. Rutherftird.
II. . eliey until he cried for help.
.......... f R)
J. C. Welcome
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Buckman walked away, appar
A. J. McKinnon
satisfied with the beating he
S. W. Miller
per intended .......... <D)
W. C. K rd
’»(‘k 1 nupecto"
Geo Tregaskis j had received.
A. B. Marks
About 10 uiinutvs later Fairman
¡looked up and saw Buckman com
H 4RNKY r. R. LAND OFFICI'
Thomas Jones ing toward him with a knife.
protect himself he grabbed a pitch
fork The spectators say Buckman
made a rush at Fairman with the
; uplifted knife, when he raised the
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. U.
pitchfork and struck Buckman a
Meetsevery let and 3d Wednesday.
Mice I>ela McGee N.(*.
blow over the head with the handle.
Barn Mothershead. Rec. hec’y.
Buckman f«»|| like a log, the
blood rushing from his ears, nose
A. O. ü. W. Burna Lodge. No 47
Meetsererv 2<1 and 4th Thursdays
H V Horton. M. W
J W Bayer. Ree'd
Without recovering Buckman ex
within half an hour.
HARNKY LODGK, NO. 77. I. O O F.
Meets at odd Fellone Hall, ever* Hatnrday, i
Fairman made no effort to escape
W. C. Kvrd. N. G.
B. D. McIntyre. Secy. ‘but remained in the vicinity until
a deputy sheriff arrived.
Hardware and Tinw&re
Fishing Tackle And Sporting Goods.
Tinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
xhe Burns Bar
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¡«-Courteous treatment guaranteed.
Your patronage solle
HARNFY POST NO. 4«. O. A. R.
Neetsererv 1st and Sd Wednesday of each
• onth. at odd Fellows’ Hall. All Comrade
tn (nod etandinginvited.
U. S. MAILS.
A rriveeand departs daily,
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• stand Departs daily, eieegt Fandev
Truth Coming Out.
L ondon , Sept. 9 — The Times this
morning publishes a long letter
from itc Havana correspondent, j
dealing with the state of affairs in I
Cuba, in the course of which he ±7
Hurns-Canyon Stage Line
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. S. Mail, and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expe
SUge.-U.„ Burn, dy for C.nyon City, .nd tate.mrfi,», *>„