The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, December 08, 1897, Image 1

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BURNS, HARNEA COLNTY, OREGON. DECEMBER
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NOTICE TO PUBLIC:—Commencing December
will inaugurate our Annual Clearance Sales for the purpose of re-
during our large stock prior to taking c not of sto. k for the Netv
Year.
We allow a CASH DI
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4 ber Good Hats and
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OREGON'.
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Missing Word Contests.
SUCCESSOR TO M'KENNA
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Atlanta, Ga , Dec. 3.—.1. E
Bianther, better known as Forbes,
who was manager and proprietor
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'FRISCH & DONNEGAN, Proprietors.
of the Sjuthern Purchasing agency
in Atlanta and who recently c mi
milted i j • id-: in a county j ill in
Texas, was in Atiar.t • on the days
57« ,n® Wnss. Xd-cvior® Ard
wr on Blanche Lem >nt and Michie
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RIAL MT AT» AC EXT,
Williams atri murdsred in San
-----NOTARY PÜBLIQ.
F ranrisco
jy’Courtcous treatment guarantee.1. Your patronage ooliritce
T 'be statemeli’, is mad« by per­
FOli il in Atlana who knew Fori ex
land had busiri iexs dealings with
PrutlM« Mm V » Latí O«««
him. and to su pp >rt their state
and
records which
rner.ts th« books : a
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were in For! • •’ ollice bere bave
Eurns.C»nyon Stage I.irte
i«en consulted and it i» shown
that between April let and llth,
J. A. H allat >* t , contractor.
l^S, the lime of th« murders,
SURGEON
Carrying U. S. Mail« and Eastern Oregon Expreee Co'» Ex psss Fori m w»« h«ri- and c oiag linei
Residence
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L-ave Barn« Too*lay.Th: e ’ay.-;
- I t - r r C vr- <:■» with Kelly Bro.». A Co., and oth-r
firms.
and
interw.od:
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«ointe.
Fare
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OREGON I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
VOL. XI.
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NEW YORK WORLD,
Washington. Dec. 2.—The post­
THltICE-A-WEEK EDITION.
Says tho President, ns lie office department is taking a firm Now Jorsey’s Governor
stand
against
the
so-called
“
mis
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Kinds no llenson for
Selected, for the
sing letter” and “missing word"
Interference.
1 ’lace.
IS pages a week—156 papers »¡year
contsets which are being conducted
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
by a number of publishers to in­
crease
their
circulation
of
papers.
Washington,
D.C.
Dec.
3.
—
From
Favors Annexation of the 11a-
Missing letter contests are held to sources the authority of which Published every Alternat« Day ex
cept Sunday.
wallon Islands.
be violations of the lottery law.
should not be doubted it is learned
that the position of attorney gener-
Motlmr M'Kinley Near Death. ! al to succeed McKenna, who will
The Thrice-a Week Edition of
Washington, Dec. 2.-—The mes-
bo appointed to the United States The New York World is first among
■ rage of President McKinley will be
Canton, 0., Dec. 2.—At an early supremo bench to succeed Justice all “weekly” papers in size, fre­
'devoted practically to the subjects hour this morning Hrs. Nancy Mc­ Field, has been offered to Governor quency of publication, and the fresh­
of our foreign rclatioas and the cur­ Kinley, the venerable mother of Griggs of New Jersey ¡aud that he ness, accracy and variety of its con­
rency problem. It will be unique our president, was stricken with has coaeluded to accept. It is un­ tents. It has all the merits of a
in on« respect in that it ignores the paralysis and her death is believed derstood that this appointment was great $6 daily at the price of a dol­
great bulk of matters usually con­ to be only a question of a short urged by Vice President Hobart. lar weekly. Its political news is
stituting departmental portions of time. Ths president hastened Owing to tho abs«n«e of President prompt, complete, accurate and im­
the presi Ient’s annual message.
from Washington to her bedside.
McKinley it is impossible to con­ partial as all its readers will testify.
While the details cf the currency
It is against the monoplies and for
firm this statement absolutely.
PiHage.l by Cubans.
plan are not definitely known it can
Patterson, N. J., Dec. 3.—Gov­ tho people.
I be authoritatively stated that it is
Havana, Cuba, Dec. 1, via Key ernor Griggs arrived home tonight
in the main an incorporation of the West.—The insurgent generals,! from Washington. He was seen
It prints the news of all the world,
views submitted by Secretary Gage. Rabi and Salvador Ries, pillaged goon after h« reached his residence having special correspondence from
A strong presentation of the Ha­ the village of Guisa, about 15 miles , but refused to talk about the report all important news points on the
waiian question is made and con­ from Eavamo. Their artillery de­ that hs was to be the next attorney globo. It ha» brilliant illustrations
gress is urged to take immedate stroyed several block houses, kill 1 getierl. He would act s-.iy that the ( stories by great authors, a capital
¡action by tho ratification of the iug the millitery commander and office had been offered him, neither | humor page, complete markets, de­
partments for the household and
treaty of annexation.
women’s work and otherspecial de­
I As to Cuba the message reaches one lieutenant. The garrison, after would he deny it.
having lost 50 soldiers, killed and
Close friends of the governor and { partments of unusual interest.
tho virtual conclusion that existing wounded, surrendered. The insur­ of Vice President Hobart who w?re j
We oiler this nnequaled news­
circumstances do not warrant inter gents plundered the stores, securing at the Hamilton club later express­ paper and T he T imes -H erald to­
ference in the affairs of the island. rich booty, two months’ supplies, a ' ed tho belief that the cabinet posi­ gether one year for $2.25.
The regular sbscriptiou price of
Considerable attention is paid to good quantity of ammunition and ; tion had been tendered the governor
reciprocity negotiations with various 200 rilles. The Spanish have sent and added that he would probably the twe papsrs is $3.00
countries in Europe.
reinforcements to retake the town. accept it.
The Alaskan problem is discussed
A number of commissioners have
1 at some length and a plan is laid been sent out by Spanish officers,
/Yom TT.H.Ttwmn
Prof. W. H. Pcckc, who
1 for extension ot the operation at the tc confor with the insurgents, but
A Npee.-h Secor«! Broken«
make« n specialty of
1 It-- 1 land
— — — «1 1 laws
—* ■-.• n and
— . 1 il,
*• z, a , $ f\ of
Epilepsy, has without
public
the zv z* grant
doubt treated and cur­
have not returned. It is feared
ed more eases than any
I lights of wavs fur roads by which they have been killed.
The extraordinary oratorical feat
j living Physician; his
| success is aRt«mishin<.
all parts of the country may be
of Dr Lesher in the Austrian par.
We have heard of ease«
of eo yearn’ standing
i m?de more accessible.
| liament recently, when he speke i
Th« Haitian Aural,-.
cured by
him. Ha
publishes ft
President McKinley served no- 12 hours with scarcely any inter-
valuable
1 ruption, breaks the record for long
work on
tice
on
Germany
that
if
it
intended
this dis.
McKinley In Goll.
case, which
to try annexation cf Hayti or even ! speeches. Hitherto the record was I
ho seads
held by Mr. Spring Rice, of Eng­
with
a
lsr<o bot-
life-size statue of President givo severs punishment that he land.
tío ol hia almolute aura, Area to > any sufferers
who may send their P. O. and Expreáa
addraaa.
press address.
McKinley, made of pure gold, will would enforce t'ne ‘ Momoe Doc­
We a«iv !>«o any «Mie wishing a ottro to addro«a
rsotw. s. Ttíaa. r. il . a oíuu - k .. kw r«-í
be eno of the wonders of tho Palis trine” and not a.lo v any sueh pro­
ceedings. Prince Eistnark mado
Exposition of 1900.
This country will contribute it. the following statement in regard
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Some Western millionaires, al! ar­ te the president’s stand:
ararti V.7 Ti ’; ’WpJQ «-rvi'W
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We
deem
it
u
political
neeeisily
•*.n||ipi.x« -i -Roiuut) f>T4|nn t : ,< }
dent supporters of ths gold stand­
‘
r.UiiLN!
IVOISfirj
ard, ceneeivc-d the idea of eclipsing to oppose this American arrogance
pep!*;, J7« uj »J- *>K «|»»»P>1A\ puwjou&Moduj
Promptly recureii. VrudH-haïk«' Copyruiits
s^SOfÂXVÇ
y
and Labels' re|g’t«rered. 5l'wenty-tlvo year” ex- i
in Montana statue of Ada Rehan often and emphatically, and cer
periwucH. Wo report whether patent can bo |
Pttcaied or not, frveofcbnnre. Our fee not duo
which attracted so much attention taiiily when directed against Ger­
£3E
until patent in allowed. 3‘ApaK«' Book Free.
O,, AUoriifyn at Law,
?/fc aaxvuœrisa
many. Of course, nobody in Ger
at the World's Fair in Chicago.
SHINCTOH. D.&
CO.U.Väl3
NHOr
many
d.-eams
of
annexing
Ilayti,
They determined to have con­
structed a heroic figure of the vic­ but wc hope to indtiee the govern-]
torious campaign ol the gold stand­ ment to energetically demand the i
ard out of the pure yello-.v metal. necessary satisfaction in the way of|
' F. D. Iligby, of Chiesgo, was com damages and to enforce thia by
; missioned to furnish the status, proper means.”
and has gone to Washington to ar
A ( ierer Europe.
OREGON.
' isnge with President McKinley to
BURNS,
Ripley, Va. Dec. 3.—John Mor­
peso for it.
The statue when completed will gan, seRtenced to be banged Dr-
T-TÆ.TO.IOTJV' .ÆL3F&. 1E5,
sc-vtn feet in height. The bullion cember ltitb, played a sharp trick
All kinds of Machine extras, Mowing and Reaping Machinery,
required to make it will have a val­ on the jailer her« )a»t ti'ght where
by he walked out of jail and took '
ue of $1,050,000. Mr. Iligby says
Plows, Bicyclo Sundries, etc.
it will be the largest and most cost­ to the woods. A short time ago he j
ly Jump of the yellow metal the sold a confession fur $25 and with ,
the money he 1.ought a new suit of!
wo: Id has evsr seen.
clotlic to wear on the gallows
While it is being designed espec­
The only
ially fur exhibition at Paris, it is Last night he made dummy of his Garden Reeds aad Sporting Goods.
old suit and put it to bed in bis j
probable that the owners will per­ cell. Donning his new suit he |
Tin Shop in Sarnov Co
mit it to be first seen at the Pan-
climbed on top tho cell aal waited]
Give us a oall and we will Convince yon that wo can give better
American Exposition to be hold on
until the cell was locked for
price» than anyone.
I Cayuga Island, in the Nirgra River
in ght. T hen he escaped and
in 1899.
not misled until this morning.
Confession Proven a Fake.
C A SWEEK,
Printing
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BÂÏRICÎ HTÏGSBÂ1D
Aa !r)a’.i < hrintenlair.
Frankfort, Ky , Dec. 3.—Regis­
ter of th« laud office, Reynolds,
todav prexsateil Miss Christina
Bradley a bottle sf wlii.key made
in 1-S' the year in which she
born, with which to christen
battleship Kat. y
ute it.
SAM JONES
“THUNDERBOLTS,”
thè
atri gran>i<Mt I mm I ì hy tlii< woib!-wl<!r relobrity
h *.w O lt and fm «ale exdOSlvehf »>y
71.0
f/nly hook flven lo the Dutlk fcy san Jonet ia tea y«tr»,
K. .iter i I < I»’v. fi. E. llayme. Inirodtt«*non by l.ith«>p
.loierph K. K« y. of Ilio .M. E. < lunch. ftouUi. WR) pi
122 aplendid iliiietrwiion«. A honanza foi agent*,
lapidi/, «Meli/ Miiiiug hook oi II mj age.
ACJENTA WAINTED.
Se-nd Rg Cent* for Areni 'a Ouffit, «nJ ro Cent« for Onr
7-i-pagc, ISlMatraUd LalaJogu«: of Bible«, Album«, EU
WONDERFUL SALES
Dr. W.L. Marsden.
%
kxcrstloR of Tteers,
New York. D;C. 3 — Wirtin
Thon cwnvictod on M«nd > ■ of the
rriurd'-rof Win. Gulder aoppo, «a»
• lay - - ,•»>,•» -i to • al otro tod
January 10, li'-'s
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Ona Ag*nt m » i < j lì copies in ttfo ¡.nd » Im hlo *. Another »»l>i 15 ropw?«* in two •*«▼«,
«n i ari<•th«i
in thi«* i(av *. One agent in Indiana aoi«l People* in two'lara. An ag* M
in Mouth Carolina bo I«I 4S cupiea in U;rna day«. On« rgenl id Georgia *dd
tit twn «days.
An areal in < coirai Gonrxia » Id «3 soplas in t«»n day*. WI wmi yon ronwle« llwoo«.
niiMoa we allow A<enU. and tlM imm*.
popularity of tin« w<m> erfttl bonk. an-l H r
*■• • with rh'h It «mlI«. them I« nothing m winch a live, pnahtng man ran engage which
wi'l yield »>i. h pi-Al*
F>< inalai»«« one atf» nt mnd tIM.M in tea day« etdlieg
Ehnnd^rboitM ’ An- u»m mad- I)«.««)in »kree (Laya; an«»Uier H»iS ia eta €a>; en«. Mu
II) in tw« <nr»l «ontAer M4-7S U Ur«« taya.
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