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EAST OREGON HERALD AND)z
Consolidated July 22
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. OCTOBER
A queer Arabian Nights’ tale
comes from the Pumjab. A few
weeks ago a party of weavers form
'd a marriage procession and start
ed for a vi-llage in Ferozpore. The
•tidegroom was bald and blind of
one eve, and hia father feared the
bride’s parents would refuse him.
so the weaver advised them to pre
sent a barber’s boy who was with
them a« the groom. The barber
was dressed in the grooms wedding
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
garments and was excepted. When
tne marriage was ovei and the' f’NT'We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST
. hud returned home the weaver de
We carry a complete line of
manded his bride, but the barher
refused to give her up, and now Dry Goods
they have got e to law to settle th»
j/, 35 cc
Gents Furrishing Goods,
A commercial traveler, who is a
gold standard advocate, is quoted
■is saying: “I have traveled through
Boots & Shoes,
Indians, Illinois and Ohio, and I
tsll you franklv, and I am sorry t< ‘
say it. that Bryan will have tin
electoral votes of those three ?great
Everywhere I traveled
Prices as low ns any R. R. point, with addition of freight.
discussing tha silve’
»■(^“Special attenti» n to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece solicited
question, and I met many former
Address Mason & London, Burns, Oregon.
republicans who ere out for fret
coinage and for Brvan. Other re
DARING BANDITS IN OREGON publicans who stand ¡firm for the
St. Louis ticket, told me that Ohio
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Illinois, and Indiana were lost to
LaGrande, Or., Oct. 2—The First | the republicans.”—Bedrock Dem-
W. C. BYRD a SON.
National bank of Joseph, Wallow’« I crat.
P ublishers and P roprietors . county, was robbed of $2000 bv
three men, one of whom is dead
‘‘What are your boys doing, Un
and another badly wounded, while cle Ben? Are they all at work?”
Ju. Year .........................w......................... <2.0u
the third is being pursued hy a
tix Mouth. .....................
‘ No, suh, All er dem loafin, cep,
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posse of citizens.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
At the* time of the hold-up there,
were four customers in the bank
“Votin eroun, suh. Got a steady
lob at it. —Chicago Times-Herald,
\V hen he came •
President ............................... Grover Cleveland go into the vault.
f b e-Preaident.
................... Adlai Stevenson
lecretary of State
Richaro s, Olney back he w^s confronted wit h a shot |
»ecretary of Treasury ........... John G. Carlisle
Secretary of Interior .. ..
Hoke Smith gun in the hands of a ’•obber and i
Daniel S. Lamont
I ««m A a
Aeet tr.S.Jmtrnnt nf iMMnt
Prof. W.H. Peeke, who
Secretary of Navy
.... Hilary A. Herbert told to throw up his hands.
makes a specialty of
Secretary of Agriculture. ..J. Sterling Morton
a ■ ■ A 3 Epilepsy, has without
The customers had already com H
fcÈF” liti ware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
■ ■ ^k
doubt treated and cur-
.. .. Wm. L Wilton
plied with the request and McCully H
■ ^^k ed more caser. than any
living Physician; hia
8 !l k
W success is astonishing.
G- w- McBride. did likewise.
We have heard of cases
One of the robbers leaped over!
I Ringer Hermann
ci so years’ standing
i W. K. Ellis
mg cared by
Attorney General ....
it R Kin<-ai<i door, through which the men were
Secretary of State ...
. Phil. Metsehan
... GM Irwin made to pass, and were then lined
*upt. Public Instructiou
W H Loeds
up against the wall.
K 8. Bean.
......... . ..> C '. Wolverton
One robber took his position at
) F. A. Moore
tle of hia absolute cure, free to any sufferer«
tne door, and compelled all passers who may send their P. O. and Express address.
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
M. D. CLIFFOKu by to halt and throw up their hands. We advise any one wishing a cure to address I
PnLW. K. PX1XX, I. D., ♦ Cedar St., Mew York
C. W. Parrish.
(R) . O. L. I’attereon The third robber went into the
leint-Seuator................. (R)..............A. W.Gowan
vault, taking all the coin currency.
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
He then demanded from McCully
............. C. P. Rutherford.
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
Bounty .jdge ..
• lerk ...................
Treasurer ... ..
A. J. McKinnon ransacked them.
By this time the report that the
. W. C.
bank was being robbed reached the Piccolosand Band Supplies.
JOHN F. STRATTON,
Geo. Hagev citizens, several of whom armed
CeulogiM. 811.813. 81 ».817 E. 9th St . N.Y
HARKEY Ü. a. LAMP OFFICI:
themselves and awaited the ap
.................... Thorn a a Jenen
of the robbers.
. A. A. Cowing
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
When they appeared, Alexander •CELEBRATED
Donnelly, a young man 25 years
' Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
of age. opened fire and killed one
lor Violin. Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo
I inent Med«. Extra Plated,
robber instantly and wounded nata MAI»* Warranted
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. 48.
noi io rust Send for Catlg
Meets every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
JOHN F. STRATTON.
Mia» I^la MetJee N.O.
¡mptrttr, Uannfaetn’r> and Vholrtaif Dealtr*
Sam Mothershead. Rec. Sec’y.
The third robber had the sack
811.813, 815. 817 E. Vtli St., N. Y.
containing the coin and succeeded
A. O. C. W Borst Ixxlge. No <7
in reaching his horse, which was
Meet..very 2d and «h ™
Burna-Canyon Stage Line
i standing near by.
j w «ayer.
B and I nstruments
The dead robber was named
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Brown, while the one who escaped
H arney midge , mo . 77, i . o o f .
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expe
. Meets at Odd Fallows Rail, every Saturday, is Fitzhugh.
The wounded robber '
W. C. Byrd. M. G.
Stages’Leave Burns dy for Canyon City, and inte inordii t» pon
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
Oregon Forwarding Company
MASON & LONDON.
It will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
She i iincs-Mitraid.
I. S. GEER & CO
Hardware and Tinware
L^ u I vu - l :
ihe Burns Bar