The Times-herald. (Burns, Harney County, Or.) 1896-1929, August 10, 1898, Image 2

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    M. L. LBWI8.
J C BYRD
A dispatch to the Daily News
from Gibraltar tells a long story
of a pseudo wealthy Mexican who
was lionized for six weeks at Mad­
rid and Cadiz, dined with Admiral
Camara, inspected the fleet and de­
fenses, and in every way won the
confidence of the officials, only to
disappear the moment a warrant
was issued for his arrest. He
turned up afterward in Tangier»,
confessed to the ‘correspondent of
the Daily News th *t his name was
Fernandez, and that he was cap­
tain in the Second Texas rangers.
11’153,
OREGON.
His Spanish descent, he said, en­
abled him to deceive all the Span­
IT. hir. fer >al* the following City property in Burna
iards while acting as the confiden­
light»*« Bleeka in the Morrison Ad ■
In farm property w. bare ICO acres
tial agent of the United States
A mi »« aid the whole of the Brown [ of good agricultural laadT miles south
government.
THE
NEW YORK WORLD,
for a sto -k ranch in Eastern Oregon
A r..d ra.eh soatainiag ISO aere», of equal value.
•e|Pei»oe Creek, 7 miles North East
1G0 aores go.d hay land, 9 mile.
kaeva aa th« A. Hembree place, for
sale l»y for cash or on reasonable Iliac. South of Hurns. This proderty is in
good cinditiox and i. the best bargaiu
Uadispet.d title.
»1 the Vallay.
The Umatilla Indians have con­
cluded their Fourth-of-July cele­
bration. It began the 3d and end­
ed on the 12th. About 700 Ind­
ians- including visitors from agen­
cies in Oregon, Washington and
Idaho, participated. The pi inci-
pal amusements of the Indians
were dancing, horse racing, pa­
rades, gambling and loitering in
the shad j. The gambling game
was ‘-slick,” and money, blankets,
hats and saddles were won and
lost. This game is one purely of
chance, and becomes exciting to
Indian, but he is always fair in his
dealings. Whenever he loses he
gives up his goods as freely as he
takes them.
Mr» Anna Robertson, Proprietress
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havoig special correspondence from
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globe. It has brilliant illustrations
stories by great authors, a capital
humor page, complete markets, de-1
partinents for ths household and
women's work and other special da
partnrents oi unusual interest.
We offer this unequaled news­
paper and T he T imes -H erald to­
gether one j-ear for $2 25.
The regular sbscriptiou price of
the twe papers ia $o.00
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C. V. JOHNSON A CO.. Proprietor».
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GREAT
Winn Liquors, ltd Cigars
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Good Billiard tables, Pleasant'Card Roora«. ete., st«.
Sale.n is trst elan ia «very particular. Experi<me*d>artia4w
Mixed drinks to please the meet fsjkdl»*..
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quency of publication, and the fresh
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tents. It has all the merits of a
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lar weekly. Its political news is
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It is against the monoplics and fur
TO THE
the people.
A copy of the Genoa. N. X’.,
Tribune, received by Mr. B. F.
Conrad, of this city, contams an
account of the celebration of the
anniverseary of the appointment
of the oldest postmaster in the U.
S. who is Roswell Beardsk-v post­
master at North Lansing, N. Y.
I ie was appointed in 1828, when
Satisfaction 19 years of age and lias served
! faithfully for 70 years. Admint
strations have coine and gone, and
lie too has gone on sorting and
delivering mail to the contented
> patrons of the little New York
I office. He is hale and hearty at
89 years of age and still conducts
the office.—Albany Herald.
burns
OUR
This popular house is fully equip­
ped for the comfort of its custom­
ers. Good table service.
CHICAGO
GEO. SHELLEY
FOR
D ri WMV, - - O reoon .
Lewis & Byrd,
A44ili«e, eeataiaiag the aaoat il««irable «f Burns. Thirty acres io cultivation,
reeideaee property in Jtowu ‘This «<j®d house and Kara. Till, perfect and
preperly is ofar.d very cheep for cash » Largain al $1100.
»»to ia> ta! I u • a t s.
No trouble io show property or give
prices.
Lets l .sd 6 is Bleek ÎJ Thia ia
We Lave a nice farm, containing
ki.irs aa the J 8. Kenyon residence 385 acres, two miles southwest of
tad is is a very desirable neighborhood Eugene, Oregon, and on the gravel
aad is .fared,very low far cash. Thia road, (food dwelling, good barn
Is, «adeahi.dly *the best bargain in and outhouses; good orchard and
well fenced, worth $7.000, to trade
levs.
A Special Bargain?
City Hotel
Larger, Better, More Complete
Than Ever.
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C-erno r:oj/ widely sold Aimual Refer*
tuet Book and Politisai Manual pubh^bed.
THE WORLD,
Pulitzer Building, New York.
The World Almanac sent FREE
to every CASH Subscriber
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Cenali.a and Towns
Their business qualifications and natural afiec-
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who hive Co«uumf<'on, I hro*t, Broochul or
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