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'the teeth of the rake. The boy
of $8,ooo was paid for bis re
come out with somo badly »cratch-
Now, p i haps
ed arms and a few bruises. The
County court adjourned
Brooke will say there ait
jxill of the rake broke which cauied
nappers in Cuba.
proceedings of the last day. f|1(. the horses to run. One horie was]
so badly cut that it bled t» death:
jeu.n r. nm
Another scorching sermon has examination of the books am! state and the other is on three legs. It
ments of clerk, sheriff and treasur-
been preached from an Atlanta
<r for the six months ending June ivas indeed a narrow escajie for Ed
Boss 1 lanna s- < ms to be“stuck” , pulpit. Bishop Morrison said in
0, the court found th.it the state die who says he does not know how
on the I. udon interview cure, or that sermon; “Thousands of men ments of the clerk and sheriff bal- he kept from being caught under
to h ive taken oil a new press- will not tell the truth unless they anc il. The report of the treasurer the teeth of the rake. Mr Cowing
know they can make something .lid not balance' and he was given ‘’«unht ^e pieces of the machine
by it. The inoral decay of the until the next term to submit a re-,to t0"n today for repairs,
T he “kis'ing bug” may be present age Js due to this disre- port.
UTA KER. S
something new, l ut there I have gard of truth. Lies are put up in
(I. TV. Hayes employed as coun
probably been kissing bees ever packages, sent out in baircls. and ty attorney for the next ix rr ntbs
I' S. •!!!.’
*« •», Or«j«i.
since Ad im made love to Eve.
hung on hooks.
: ics hit « a «’-'.dost: eorrtraf
1 ' 1
Streets, aud'keeps lay
•nd grain ob ha»d- Has ccaipettnt Snip, Rus» a Job Wa¿m, Tai») yanca-
Spuni'h inerchaiits will with-: The cable reports that negoti i-
Sec tin new ad of Jones A Riggs
(>,<ioo capital from' tions are under way for the pay- in this issue.
ger» to *ny p*rt of ths Country.
TISK XIRSBI LK'I
A rrivi -
Juba because of the uncertainty | ment of a bribe to a member of
I loM Baker City
C. S. Big;.-. received 'more
fthefutuie government of the Aguinaldo’s cabinet to come over turn this week.
to the Americans. It is in order
l’t. Worth, Oma
C. A. Byrd is building an iddi-
ha, Kansas City, 3:2a p n.
for somebody to explain from tion to his furniture store.
Si. Louis, Chica
Alger is in danger of convict- what fund such a payment could
go and East.
('. E. Kenyon, the I’ L S Co.
g himself of being all sorts of a be made. Congress certainly nev- ho k ki» ji r left for Vale this morn
Wail i Walla,Spo
ir; hi -botild I.er p a record of i er appropi iated any money to be ing on business for his" employers.
.s denial-and icfcr to it before used for bribery.
(di n Liislicy, Wm. Rune and Jos.
his mouth in public.
Nolf three young men from Pen
The American in the viiinify dleton, Arrived here today on their
r. nd East.
It is Io be hoped that the dent of Mani'a is m danger of being «i.r to Stein Mountain to fish and
of Ohio flooded out. Another indication hunt.
I! rot tin or aw ay the existing j of the "great value" of the Philip-
A party consisting of Mr.
For San Francis
4 p. ■>.
rd < pporlunity to carry the
Mr-. W. II. Kelley sn.l daugl ter
Every 5 days.
te, by n.mina'ing a weak tick-
Minni. Miss»» Jennie Il’.cine,C l r*
: ni'i! Hi loras R.icine, M» -,rs 8 p. Bl.
Hanna's political views, \ii <
A.NGEA INI;, Prcpnetxr.
4 p ni
cable fmm London, are very ex Sam 1’arcish Adelor Racine and Ex Sun
day. 1 To Astoria and
l’cim Sap. rs left this min in’for
'cottili Jom s has written to a pensive luxuries for the newspa
nd that he I.as recovered his pers which have to pay -the tolls.
tO p. in. |
spend n few days fishing.
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
!th and will resume active
The Portland Telegram of July 6 s. m.
Oregon City, New 4:30 p m
k aschatiman of the demo-
:c national committee as soon
COMFORTABLE CLUB ROOÏS
Tilt Ti-ir«-IIi r.*t r> man had a Harney county man r. ho went to Sunday. | Waylandings.
trns io ibis country'.
I talk with Chas Roper last Saturday Ala ka’in 1S97 in registered at tbe 7pm i
Ok¡ iìobinscii DuHdi
i has is will satiafiid with his Blay St Charles, on liis return home. Teu»d.iy I
1.1 not he vei l surprising if
of ano ) »sr iri the Klondike but This removes all d.iubt of its being T'lln■ <1 y | Origi n Gity.Dav- | Wedn's.
1 ton A Wayland s. | day and'
demo, ; atic national plat- will not return., lie and Herman our former townsman. I'is daugh
c 'iitaiiied a plank against the l.'.uen j.rosjreet»«! for eoinc-time ter Mrs Burcbtorf, received a letter
I 4:30 ptn
• In lumg tt u.-t formed by the after their arrival at Dawson, but fie'i him about t.-.o weeks ago in (> a. m.
I Will«m»tt« e.lr«r. | 'J uesday
■nt civil service law. Many not strikin» ‘ dirt'’ in paying quan which he stated that it was aot Tuesday
Th o rand | Portland o Cor- | Thurs-
ve that u h a jdank would tities finally went to work on a lay jirobable he would In- out this sum Sat. | Valli» mid Way- i day and
| Saturd y
P. g . SMITH, Frcpf.
• here they did very well. The mer. Ho also e'jmke of needing
t ri|i out e as not ro diflieult as n lien some machinery n fuels account» Leave
they went in over the Chilkoot ps- • for hir delay ¡u Portland. She Riparia,
trust is now being b i med to
there being a railroad to the sum now thinks he isj planning a stir daily ex Riparia to Lew- i, tl*’’) ex-
>' the entire coffee product
mitt now, the road Lid of which lie prise for home folks by coming un
■ world. If something is not informs us,was blasted through sol
to head off this insiduous id rock Mr. Rojier showed us a
There was «piite an exciting time
b, the water .mil air supply ring made of 'gold dug by himself.
C. J Millie, General Ageat,
the Co«:ng ranch fur a few min-1
world will someday be ■ tin; main band of which is smooth
out by a trust.
and on the outside there are little utvs yesterday afternoon. The i
’ nuggets -nli i 1 • ith quartz
His opinion i’ the same J others raking ran away throwing Edd e
flan Pa»» Ajsnt, Portland, Or.
to-be Henderson should
under th.' rake and dragging him1
ii ry about a little thing like
about three hundred yards under A. L MOHLER. Vice President.
;;re of ex Czar Ret d Io tion, that Alaska i» no place for a
man to go without he lias sou i
is i ongratulations. Cabie
1 money. The inducements for busi
¿ ■ - aS-"
nte expensive; besides the ness are g. <>d, but t'ie chances for
i picked out another man good wages are not so promising S TIloM.l» »ONrs.
JOHN W. BIGGS
Mr. Rojier met John Jacqurmin,
formerly of this place mid si i «
■ republicans Little Billv John is not doing much. John
/:/ /; i .v.
•r.jfor instance are show- Mahon is rustling and will come
<>/./_ 67*. K
p isiti.Hi to shy at the pro out with II g«od * j>ile". Paul !
A (Gettimi Vnttkiitçi Ctisiucss 'cTmitsnctiû.
A*» v a iusiaj
Call and see samples of our work
to fix the single gold Locher is making money »nil that
I by law. instead of le.it
( ’oi're-^pon.l.'iu <■ ln' it« •!
Harney locks prosperous and aj>- Uxr
the will of the sen ctan
7u!dr» A';.;., i;fJ t j
t'.i frit th tt rlft Afard,
I cars to la- doing well, but did not
ensure as it :s under pies
kr.oS what kind of biuiiu»- lie ir -
f ill.ir i .• 1'hos Rain, wli > return-
—Terms for Board by ths
< .I • ith him made mo- ev and n ill
‘V. Wtk cr L- »th »n Addititi,»
marshal should do re:; tin on his ranch neir lL-rney.
Transient Trade g-ivcn Appelai Attention.
Chas expects to leave for his old
g about the hole in the
ish house lot on the ror-
M II BRENTON, Proprietor.
h of this oilier. Thee will visit for a while and then re
• diitv water from the turn to this county where lie I.as
s to run off into a hole’ land and stock to occupy his at
. tht stench of which is
Mr Roper is onc^of our oldest re
Kit w e.ither, besides be
sidents and is known by almost
lar disease breeder.
every man, woman anil child in
llare.ey eountv all of wh im are
•ent «lei ision in the Sll- glad to hear of
wriY°ik r;!í’ Xûr*ich r"iôn ”‘J En«lish
nut we presume has
: Ne York, Accl-
.1 tnd the wed known companies represented.
Mr. Dumphrev's great
scheme in the head,
I lie ,'rtllasi'ig leittem r< neón uti-
ill the water we can i illed fer in tbe Riirne. Or.. p<vst
La'wén R " ' lî'? ttrn;1!’ “*ï0 £COit‘
^an<^ t>*»r Narrcwn
county ami don't pro- olli. e far thr niotilh i'uling .lulv
Lots 2 and block 4 t, an ! Ltf 4 and 5 in block 43, near Narrow.
g Malheur lake tapped lñlh is'.i'.i
Go >d teams and Rigs
’M s-e». Chas 1.
ter taken into another Anrt.’.d. I
tmy p in desired.; r.f'Your patronage «olidted.
Marrar, \V H
v.is his intention.
Broi'ksline, 1* (•’) 'till. r, A C (('•)
atidiit'; Gov. Teddy '•
e. J F
n p. omise tliat thè
Multi v. John
iri te.l wiih thè New
Curtí» (’laude M.redith Dr J (■_’»
should l e probi I to De C imp.Joi
A I Hirdwcci
imi thè r.u.:» futile ef Ikaring. Annie McClean John
ìot actually siialing 1' 1 wardf. Mrs F McCraeken Cairn
I ant rii w :n a p x’itiou to
ie t irn.ii ir. moncv. Finncrtr, C E T .irretì. Sin cui
s * • . '
• rvpo: ■ i f thè inves (i ur.thcr, M íes II Reubitrgh Ariani
ti ih Gol ci m a '» (•i.'cdman, Oscar
Srlveater E 1\2)
to bc ,i'i clabo.ale llonrll John
My '! h k cot s st» of V hamber Suits, extension tables, hall trees
Walin E W
' vi ery b ni;. « orni a t- lii l Frc«l (3)
s nt a . déte ip:ii -, w. ci and wire m.ittroscs, window sh«d
Wil . vt. - M : < O J
tables and everything carried in a tint class furnitnte store.
You ,ut invited v> vail .mJ -ee mi »tvxk and get prices
Ke.ir Chas F
Warren Alford T
.e rc< ent It
that Kollmer Mr» M n
i V. i « Em n k A
Furniture and Seitii g Machines R- paired
j hand Is
Yoliaaiton o Y
FIT.I. LINE OF CASCETS. GENERAL I NPERTAKING
un gil C F
81 1.1*rene? J II
m I has been kidnap-
I'< Troné Calling f r the ab >ye
not •'/ Truth A tnrfm'i tal<n
imilv notified that lett. rs nill please rav AlrvvRTtetn
e'<l until a ransom I
E H W at » i. I M
*y qiiarthy desired
[5 of si! iinds aiwsys on bah
i Out pcitrori(ii[e solicited.
JONES & BIGGS
Livery Feed and Sale Stable
xleal Estais & Instance.
MY FURNITURE IS HERE
FURNISH A HOUSE COMPLETE
C. S. BIGGS