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F| CONSOLIDATED JULY 12, W.
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTYr, OREGON. NOVEMBER y-, <>-. u
18th, aft r a long illness of heart
careful of their kings. S > when
trouble, lie served with distinc
King Sebastian of Portugal disap
Women Must Marry on Entering tion in the civil war on the staff of
Culled From Exchanges Sur- peared in battle .July 2'.», 1578,
U V i
General llo-arans and since the
tvhile fighting the M . -rs at Alcazar,
there was great commotion. The
If a girl in Russia wishes to study war has been a prominent republi
i~Ii Mouths ..
Moors surrendered to the Portu
at any of the universities in that
W. G. Baker of Burns was in the guese a body said to bo that of the
country etiquette d- e- not allow h- r grand-daughti r of Henry Clay.
king but it was rumor. -1 that the
t > do so until she i» married, so she He was a famous entertainer, aird c;ty Thursday,
had the live king in custody.
g' es through the civil ceremony of
Will Ii. King returned from
G W. MeRrldc.
U. tì.Senators ................. J
Ji.Kuyb tSiiuou marr':'.^. »¡ill a man tu l.-nt, w .mm
Birns Thursday, and' reports that 1 iie surre.-i 1. s-.-.l ho ly was buried j
was his guest.
with royal honors at Belem, but I
. . D. R. X. Hlackburn before, ami this marriage is quite
Att fli’iiey ueueral
Some time since a man canvassed as soon us he can find house room. the faithful Portuguese persisted in
........ F I DnuLar
waiting for the return of their king.
Seere nr,. oi State
Ore., for orders for a
............C S Meo re
Mary Lavery, assignee of John Long after lie would have died in
.. J II A< kerman
Sup:. fu- ! <• Instruction.
....... W 11 Leed»
Lavery, made final proof before the course of nature his country
i R. S. Beau. says Stray Stories.
about 30 orders, in each case de
Th. 3 Lcwast Trices
.......... 5 C. Wolvertun
County Clerk King last week upon men longingly awaited bis coming
Supreme Judges ... .
) F.A. Moore
On the other hand, if they like manding and receiving about one
the John Lavery place, Dau Lav Even up to this dav the legend of
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
each other, and they wish it, they third the value of the ord -r as an
We solicit your trade and guarantee FAIR TREATMENT to all
t ry of Beulah and John Shannon of the return of King Seba-tian is
Dial riel Jn.U •
>l'U w,L1Ui T'.‘,’
are married for life. If they don’t, advance payment. Nothing fur
■Juntura were witnesses.
Joilil ll> | r- i.l-.tive
f N ■
believed by many, and on stormy
when ther has been heard from th-» orders,
Juiut Se-aatur..................................... J " -lurru» the marriage is dissolved
JohnS. Devine of A’yord, Har nights er-dul.>i!- P -rtuge.-e citizens
their university course is finished, and a warrant has been issued for
COUNTY—HABS l Y I
and they are free to marry gome his arrest on the charge of embez ney county’s most popular stock will wrap th ir loaks about th-m
’ Judge ...................................
H. Kichnr'iócu one else.
nobility, is iy the city pfifcliasii-g 1 ami
; OUirttd-’ ami w -tell the
king that tho king may
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, .......... À. J, McKinuoû
Admiral at: ! Mrs. Pcwev have
appear in a clóüd of tile and again
returned to Washington. Prelimi
V . . ■
■ tet -lent . ■ ■
st... k lu.i ee or .................... A- >»•
marriage ceremony with a student nary steps have been taken, it is freight schooners to convey the rule over his pt ople.
A. xi.i.-.- i
Gee. Uâüe) whom she then saw for the first
said, to transfer to Mrs. Dewey the ' their destination.
HARNEY ü. B- LAND OFFICE.’
time, and who afterwards became title to the Dewey home, No. 1747
A. W. Porter has sold hi« drug
Rhode Island avenue, which the ■tore to Prof. 1’. A. Snyder, princi
............. ‘ huH
The phy.-ical surroundings of
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The education of women in Rus American people presented to the pal of the Ontario school, who will
Ladysmith, where the British army
sia stands better than in most Eu Admiral in recognition of his bril move the business to one of the I
under Gen ral White li
ropean countries, owing to the per liant naval victory at Manila.
new bricks now under way. A W.' belcag'jred by the Boers for some
SYLVA RUI-EKAH DezreeNo.43
sistent efforts of the Russian women
Mevtscvcrv lst»nd3*l V. .■ 'i.eulHV.
•A Si. Paul dispatch says th« Porter will conduct iho business for ' time, are ■ i xeeedii.;:l pb turesque. i
themselves. By 188fl they hail
Ti. ie .¡titdui, N.
*—-l: v .. i ..
Frankie Btculuu iiec. bee'
Northern Pacific has completed Prof. Snyder till Jan. 1st, when the Th,. tmctxHi Natal- stretching from
managed to get four university Col
arrangements for the transportation
ledges fol women, with 1,4-12 stu
jf0“Write us for Prices.
A. O. U. if. Bure. Lod^e, No. 47.
of 9,000 horses from Central Wash quarters. After that time he has,’is a succession of terracis rising
M«et»every Friday nUht.
dents; one medical academy, with
H A Dillard, M.W.
ington points to St. Paul and east
E il lloyt, live. 500 students, and numerous inter
eru points. These horses are a
The county court last week ap culminating in what are called tlm
mediate schools. There are 700
M. N. Fegt.y of Watson us Alps 01 South Africa. Neat the
HARNEY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
women doctors in Russia, of whom
Alvei» ul Odd Follows Hall, every samrlay
in the West, which are a drug in assessor of Malheur county, to fill Klip river the Berg Kiilauil-a, one
J M Dale-Il N. G.
nearly one-half are employed in
w Y Klim, Sep-.
out the unexpired term of J. H. of the grandest mountains of -mill.
the western market.
the civil service.
Africa, comes in view. At its base
Many Huntington people have Wilson, resigned, Mr. Fegtly is u
many tine grazing farms and
signed a petition reciting that Bark
General News Items.
also in the vicinity of Belter's
PROFESSIONAL C A R DS.
ley and Farrans. the young stagt
station along the line of the railway
Several Buddhist missionaries robbers, were drawn into the crime for some years ha« been looking af
from the coast to Ilarri-inith
C A- SWEEK
are in San Francisco, C il , taking bv some older person; that they
Nearly all this mountainous uml
i - iws plan, mak ■ < «tini.it. -•(<•. Iluil-lings put up within the aiuonni
steps to establish a temple of their were bovs of good character, and
faith in that city.
praying that the court exercise of much ability and is quite wi ll terrac-d region abounds in lofty ligur- - givi-i. iiiestiniau-s.
known throughout th ■ « >unty, hav-| kopjoes or rl oiy hill», which f-iui
Congressman Evan S. Settle,
ing made a political canvas as can ■ admirable cover fur the Boers in
GEO. S, SIZEMORE,
democrat, seventh K- ntm ky dis
The Lakeview Register reports didate for representative on the their favorite form of fighting.
trict, died suddenly at Owenton that 1.550 head of cattle has been
populist ticket in 1890.
B urns , ........................... O regon . of heart disease November 16th.
marketed from the Cbewaucan
lb ' k «nd litt I' always on Iron! al the yard.^ ;
-’.--»idoneo Until, y bouse.
(.’<•¡1 to GOH“, Land business, and Real
Mrs. Leland Stanford of Califor
Estate ìiui'.’ur pronti rl\ intended to.
Win. Hownrd, the sheep nnm, ll. rahi frolli Washington -,iye:
nia has sohl her Southern Pacific soon go out. The average price has
railroad stock and donated *11,- avciaged $38, making $62.700 paid «ill f-d his flock this winter at
‘Th- sy.t 111 n iapted for il.-' oli
for Cbewaucan beef this season.
Joe Madden’s ranch, three miles all vèssel.s in '.he n.ivy hi tl 0 limi
BIGGS & TURNER OW,uOO to the Stanford University
The Helix, Ore., Homestead has from Westfall.
There is only one country in the
ing of thè sp--- ial board of niivy of-
A r TORN £ Y S - AT - LAW,
Jake Davis left for Venator Tu- s- licers in chiirge of 111" investig itimi
world, and probably only one,
— — — — OREGON. which gets along with a single
day to foruianize the A Venator of th ■ Marc mi wir-4 ■ t bgraphy
interests. Mrs. Davie will coon The coi clu.-ionr of ibis board and
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
leave to join her husband.
its r< comim nd .tii'ii tliat tic s.v stelli
Collections promptly made.
Bat four of the pre.-ent state 1 g
given e-ni d in the i navy weie
According to the annual report of islatures will choose United State«
the paymaster general, it costs senators. In Kentucky, a su-'c- s '.he Keeney Creek district, wa.» in given out tod.iv bv A Imirul Brad
G. A. R emi . lu.
C. W. P akbuii $13,983,174 to maintain in com
the city Tuesday with a choice lot ford, thè chi' f executive of thè bu
or to Senator Lii.-bay. probably
ri-ali of 1 qii'pmei.t, under who.-« m-
mission the ship» in active fur/ice Bb.ckburn. will I e chosen. Black-
PARRISH & REMBOLD,
1 pervilion tli« goViTUUiental teste oli
Ii. L. Allen, the Nebraska sh«i p board tic New York and Ma.-suchu- MACH IM; Si'OI* IN rO.\NIX TI<VX h\ \<l< -Mowing Maaliinca, Guns
burn controlling the legislature
Some citizens of Forest Grove, In Virginia, Martin, having control buyer, re'urned to Vale la-t Mon setta were reccntly tu ide."
r-nriiK (and C.n von ('iiy,; Orf/on.
< ic. r<>|>iiitt<l |i"iii| tly nini Militi ¡o torîly
M ili P »:< • ' C ithe (olirli of Hnrney a-«I Ore , are bolding meeting« in the of the legislature, will l-e returned -lay from his trip through ut the
Grant couutivs u:.4 i i the supi vine ccurl 01 the
■3vr:azT,..ïiTa cxisaf fou
H-Aiv. ait » u.s j iu . •- I hih I vf:i< e.
interest of practi -al temperance, and In low«, (i- ar will be returned and county in quest of u train loa 1 of
A german Ita - patent' d a pr >c-.-»
to prevent the illicit sale of intoxi the Mis.-iseippi legislature will elect sheen. He informs Us that he was for tie- pres rvation of eggs, consist
cating liquors in drug stores.
McLaurin t » succee I Sullivan. unable to purchase, «« owners de ing in immersing them in an at id
3. W. MILLER,
will leave two seats utichmg sired to hold on to their fleecy an- volution of pmlo-Milpliate of iron
A good English authority esti
’ « a gobi demo- rat in Ken imals fer some time to come.
containing tannin, thus closing up
mates that $l,000 0U0,000 foreign
a silver democrat, and in
the pores in the »hell ami thus pre IIIHV
capital i» Dof operating in Ru*sia
O k egon .
Burns, - - - Oregon.
(Grant County N< wi. Nov. I6th )
venting the ac'foii of air on th< con
industrial, Mi-ris-ippi a silver man will suc
EVERYBODY <’AN DRINK GOOD BEER.
ceed one of his own party. The
steamship and other enterprises.
w. a. axas»««,
holdovers elect- -! thia fill who will proving from her recent iiln- ss.
Major John A Logan, of the vot--for Unite l S' it* • -■•!.ctors ar-
J. D. Combs, who was here last
MARSDEN & GEARY.
Th« nurria;"’ of .'■■i- itor .John M.
Thirty third volunteer infantry, in N- w Jersey and Mari lai.-1. The
Thursday and Friday on his wav Thurston of Nebraska and Mir« I.o-
who was killed in battle November it . tubers of the New Jersey Jegis-
Physician« and Surgeons.
home from Burns, purchased a line |a purman, -laughter of Mr. and
12th near San Jacinto, Luzon, was latur -, jii»t ep-•! I. are almost uni
hlo.-icd horse from a couple of Mr«. J. W. I’urmai» of Wm-liir-gton,
a »on of the late General John A. versally for Sewell, ai.d he will
strangers passing through our city, was lolemriiz«d Nov. 18tb, at th«
probably b« return--1, whil« in M i-
Last Fril-iy morning, during th« r* »¡deuce of the bride’» parents. th»*
OJice at re»¡4< rf.
James J. Corbett has challenged rylaud the hul-lover» are «nti-Wel-
WOLDEKBERC & BERC.
, heavy gale, the barn which Con Rev. Dr. Frank M. Bri-tol of the
James J. J-tlri-s to fight fr the ■ iq.j'-.n m -n. .-.s:<i w ifl pr ifly -q.-
tractor Brandt was building for Metropolitan Mellm-li-t Epise- pal
beav) »weight championship of the part their newly elected governor,
• 'I' Bran A- II 1/ 1» ■ • > I. was blown church olliciatirig
world, and has deposited ♦.>.<►«> to Smith, for the senate, in <• -.- ■ G -r-
only hv tbe
I down. As is cust unary in thin
1 l>e covered bv Jeffries in any way man withdraws, as he promised to
T jx > > > > >
itnnn diate relativ- s of the contract
hlYSlClAN & SURGEON, I he see« fit.
do. Th re are holdover« in other zens of the town came to the res ing parties.
Th« estimate of In«i>»ctor Owen« states that will vole for United cue, and in al»out two hours over
r-jp’tlffice at resilience.
' is that the output of Washington Stat«« senators, but they wi re not <1<«> was rai- d ii. ca*h. and sever < ’< >in pimion h ( ’alendar.
Telephone No 21
coal mines this year will be over atiecUd by the recent elect: ins.
al day« work donated. The next
>,000,U00 tun», and lead a quarter
morning a larg in.-«! wn put to
IN.- tv n*W sub-i iib- r to the
In a sp<-ecb just before open h >*- work and the wreck cleaned «wav.
of a million tuns alx>ve that of any
iyo volume of lilt. Y iii'in
tiliti-s la-gan in South Africa Gen ■ 1 '».tractor Brmdt. with the help >f
H. Burchie rf
i'OMFAWtfiw will rec«ive a beaut,
eral J-.u'-rt referred t» .1
I ' an extra force, has rushed the work
MoneV was never »o plentiful inf Chaml erlain as “the wicked Naa-
I he calendar« are
1 thi» part of Oregon at it i» now. man.'' The English soldiers at along so that th« building will be f.imoiis for their delicacy of design
I ready for occupancy by next week
J, »-(Iff. ■ fine do r n rth of Post, i i ray« the Wallowa New.*, ami there
A General Bdnkirttj Business I I'lifiSflCted
.be front have taken this up and •* A year, lackit g a day. previous to and ric'hnc»« <>f coloring. I hat
are thousand« of dollar« in th- name the home seer' lerv.
COP RESPf >r. U NCE IN VIT ED
the time the new structure was for i^o» w ill surpa*. any one ol
band« of capitalist» that are looking
blown down, the old barn w»« (ormer year». It is the last cal
for «afe icve«tinent
Vancouver World: It ia «max burned.
endar of the century ami the pub
A singular feature of th* reed t im? th* great number of d«*r that
ushers have endeavored to make
I elections is that in many of tb»- are bmn* st t «1«' g lh*- ■ .«-t ll. •
A Lost hing.
it the mo»! beautiful one. Thor«
states that went republican some of season. Liat week every boat that
• *. oe -*S
In olden time«, when European who have subscribed now will re
the larger cities «ave d-smoCTat’C can.« d- • n had frirtn 2<) to !'> head
'T. -'«■atwefr «H
I «• -< flram ('«•r,
victories, as in San Franci«eo. N’ w n board, but the Coquitlaia beat kings were as plentiful as Ken ceive not only the calendar as a
• • •*
York. Cincinnati, B-ston and De the record thia naoraing, bringing tucky col-mel» are today, it was gift, but also all the» year’s No
« a Mr«e law*«
Wlífe» W S
king to disappear and never l-e vember an 1 December issue» of
Major Henry Clay M Dowell,
the paper from the time of sul>-
that tame of «11 aorta ••• never
' however the pn-ple have been More Mripti. ii,
K-n-_ < k_. ¡aprivate Lfr, died Nov. more plentiful than this seaaon.
STUDENTS MIST MARRY.
soli everything- you may want
and cur S t ksüaX is complete in every
I StuiTebaker "Wagons
lek Harvestinxr Machinery
. ?iïbst j3esr.
Harry C. Smith,
Contractor and Builder
C. II. VOEGTLY
H A R D W A R E-*^-
curt 3 , AMMUWITiOW^S^
r . 3LIC.
Harney Valley Brewery.
C1.60 a deren delivered in Burns.
your home in Burns.
Telephone IMo. 3.