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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889.
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For Land Ollice-news read T he
-Gen. E. L. Applegate was ap
pointed Agent for the Indians at
There were 44 Chinese landed in the Klamath agency, Oct. 1st.
Political, Social. Religious, and Edu
San Francisco, Oct. 2d.
-Free Press the best family pa
Chinese Minister to the United per and the H erald the best family
States was received by the Presi local newspaper one year, both for
dent Oct. 3d.
Hudson Bay Company shipped
I.ATEST UY STAGE.
-Henry E. Tarpley of Salem, ap
their last lot of fur Oct. 3; value of pointed, Oct. 1., Commissioner for
Nevada City, Oct. 5, had a $50,- furs shipped during season just the District of Alaska, to reside at
-October 8, forest fires are still
raging in Blue Mountains.
-A 3-year-old son of Herman
Boylan was burned to death on
Birch creek, Umatilla co., while at
The Victoria sealers propose to
let the courts settle the Behring sea
Yellow fever in New Orleans,
where the Consul from' Guatamala
diet! Thursday, 3d inst.
J. \V. Dean, indicted bigamist at
Grafton, W. Va., eloped, Oct. Sth,
with hisuondsman’s daughter; sup
posed they have come to Idaho.
Lafe forest fires destroyed “wit
-On 28th inst. the Eugene 'ex
ness trees” marking the boundary
line between the States of Oregon press ran into and ki’. ed 00 head
of sheep, derailing the engine and
a couple of cars.
W. S. Moffitt and sister, of Car
-Nineteen Granges organized in
thage, Ill., have fallen heir to one-
fifth of the Moffitt estate in Ireland, Oregon since last session of the
State Grange. The more grangers,
valued at -146.000,000.
the better farmers.
The Thompson Springs express
robbers, Fisher and Nary, were sen -Corvallis Times: Joseph Foster
tenced 27th ult., to 7 years and 5 j and family started for Paisley,
years respectively, in the peniten their Eastern Oregon home, 2d
They will cross the mountains by
At Warsaw, Ill., fair, Oct. 3, “Sat
ellite” trotted 5 miles on a quarter
mile track in 13 minutes 5tJ.J sec Chinaman. Pen Long, was. (let. 1.
onds, which is 1 mm. 15 sec. lower naturalized in Portland Husband
than the English horse “Juggler’s” is not. and wife is, therefore, a eiti
zen of the United States.
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THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
tratil ften astukl t;sU
ADV E RTISEM ENT.
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M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor .
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EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
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Thiî ÿtei is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offers cburteoua service to every Geest,
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H. R. SC1ILAGEL
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DU.'.’FOF.D'S * ;
plt.-.tc), when not f.esh...’
3 cf Government C'-ur?
“ : i;e Royal Baking rowder is u<
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lesome ingredients. It d.
c .’Dtain cJtl.er alum cr phosphates, or cd: r
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“ 1' c Royr.l Baking Powder is vr.fIn-1
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A red to the public.
1 H enry A. >T o ’ t , M. E* . I
iloyal Balking Powder is pur
ighest in strength of any baki;>g p
f bich i have knowledge.
•' V-.’M. McAlt irrsiE, Ph i
A Ptu-’ baking powder-., r.o -
Prepared to do all Kinds of Work in the Blacksmith line.
-B U G GIES,
Horse Shosiag al |t.M per ha ad
E T C.,-s
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
A L L WORK W A R R A N T E I).
I’assci ger train was ditched near
Cheyenne last Thursday, by rails
spreading; six persons injured;
same train night before ran into a
-Roseburg Plaindealer of 4th
Eventually it is proposed by the
War Department to reduce the 140 Inst., gives the death of Mrs. F. M.
'. cr i •, r
Ingram on south Deer creek, Sept.
Oct. 1st, Julia Ann McCoy, her military posts to at least half that 26th, from her clothes taking fire,
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
young husband John Hand, and
while assisting her husband subdue
the minister that married them, thing of the past, there will be no a fire that got away from his con
were murdered in the McCoy-Hat reason for scattering our small trol, while burning brush.
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
army all over the country.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
-Vale Atlas: The Pacific Live
The Elko Independent says: For
The “Alpha” reported lost in last
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
issue of T he H erald , was found the first time within the memory Stock company started three herds
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
in distress at Yukutat, by the reve of the oldest, inhabitant the Ruby
^^«Clii&ibllBherB of periodicals ar« R.>lieitc<l nue cutter “Rush,” and all on range, Humboldt Mountain, was en week. There were 1,000 horses in
i. >bing rates, a copy of thvir ...rk for
tirely free from snow, and for the each herd, and 1,000 were started
board taken safely to Sitka.
' a Itog Room—Wellie, . .........
of every half-volume, r -ui t > mv ( .
first time since the country settled every other day This week they
1 R ACT IC A I, SU R VE VOR.
Judge Shafton has decided against was no snow was visible from Elko. were to start 300 head of work
the dissinissal of the Sarah Althea
horses for the same place.
t . a . M c K innon ,
Sharon (Mrs. D. S. Terry) suit
At Palatine Bridge, N. Y., 28th
c. A. SNOW & co.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shot
•a «.» m PVERTISINO RATES :
reasonable ierniR. ¿TA*' settler
ult., three men and one 1 woman
Patent* obtained, and all patent busincFs attended to promptly and for moderate fee».
8 BIO 6 mo
wishing to be lu< a ed. tan have plats furnishe
Our Office is «.pp. site ihe U. S. Patent Office, and we can obtain in leaa time than tboee
the will of the late Win. Sharon.
were killed outright by a passen- ; Hoag’s arrival here is suggestive free of ehar_e.
ns 411. (TJ fi.i.W
remote fruin Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
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of the almost insurmountable trials
i harge; and we make no charge unless patent is secured.
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Revenue cutter “Richard Rush” their train then standing on the that have already met in building SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP.
kd.uo Í.1Í2.U0 50.00
We refer here to the Poatmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Divisiou, and to
Many more the Oregon Pacific to the Cascades J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
official of the U. 8. Patent Office. Fur circular, advice, terms, and references to actual
«00 IW.fiO r.o.uu Behring sea, it searched 21; 5 Brit track for repairs.
mountains. Nineteen years have I
clients in your own Slate or coui ty, write to above address.
<4)00 no. uo 140.U0
ish and 1 American vesell were be in the ruins.
already passed since the Colonel
parly a-lvei- seized; 15 ordered from the sea;
arrived in the Valley, and fiwr the
all submitted quietly.
At St. Louis fall races, the South intervening time has been fqlent in
Ing to space;
P roprietor , j
Woman of over 40 years, wife of ern Hotel Guarentee Stakes, $10,- doing and getting ready to do. It ,
A CASH BUSINESS AT BED-
Jj'52‘^iaen,eniB at less than 10 ( »•■ t . v « t Under-Sheriff Sands of Morrison co ,
it •»wt.t-wn’r^ce, yearly, or 20 cents, 'rars .• u . Minn., released the young high that had never beat 2:25 prior to lining is approaching, and when j
the closing of this stake, “Refer . Boise City shall have been reached
potiihi!! <2 extra thar^e | < r in way robber, John Mitchell, from
D. S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
stead of position a standing reader jail, Oct. 3d, at night, and eloped ence” won, “Harry Noble” second, : the result will be so enormous that
Ts our motto. Good Buggy Teams, and Nice j
■jitkrn to ad. each week is rau in with
Horses Furnished st Reasonable Charges
“Hendrik” third and “Norval,” the intervening obstacles will have saddle
Grand Rapids, Mich.
with him for this coast.
and I’articului Attention paid to the Boardiiig
Will furii’sh Designs of Hoii»< b , Cottages, and Mansions costing from (300 on up to auy
fourth. Best time 2:17.J.
I been forgotten.
and («room in of Transient Stock. Hay A (¡rain
e stereotype all our a«lver’ i s ■ ■ i ■ h
figure wanted. If .<.u mean lu build, send |1 to my addrcai, and 1 will mail you a portfo
ter 1st four publicatio n
L. A. Powell, who killed RalphS.
lio «f:: design« of dwellings, like the one on file in E ast O regon H erald office, with
iaing in local column** ■ <
full plan of ea h, full site 1 ails, < om platespecific ations, and bill of materials, all very
A cable special of 3d. says steam -The Burns H erald says: There;
! Smith, editor of the Redwood (Cal.)
full and rumple!« bo an\ ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
birth, and death.
Times and Gazette, two years ago, er “Geographic” collided on 2d inst. is an out cry in most of our ex
items solicited as ,
ahead and completing the work. And if you do not find just what yon want, write me
what changes you desire made, and 1 will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with Tua
1 rates offered to re!I d i s t
was convii ted of manslaughter, i with the sailing vessel, “Minnie changes for girls to do housework.
II e . kai . i . \ <>u will it iiB < heap to erect a handsome house as to waste material on an uu
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re-constructing your present building.
Oct. 2d, and sentenced to State Swift” 40 miles off St. Pierre, near Wages, <2.50 to $3.00 for private
Nova Scotia, Loth sank, drowning
W. W. Cardwell,
prison to hard labor 24 years.
men, women, and children. Two true all over Eastern Oregon, and :
-The Loy, Wm. Michel, that mur boats with about 35 persons are yet it is a great surprise to us that girls i A T T O R N E Y - A T - L A W.
dered the six-vearold girl, Francis missing; one boat with 16 persons will remain in the East and work
B erns , O r .
ca Philips, last June at her father’s was picked up and brought to the for 75 cents to $2.00 a week, and
Practi'Ts in all the courts o’ the State,
home, near Lyon’s Hill, in Union island.
work hard, and be treated as ne- ■ Also,
before the U. S. Land Oliice.
county, in the presence of her four-
groes are treated at that, when by ,
E* WILL B uy THE ODELL TYPE WRITER. WARRANTED TO DO AS A4 R»
M atters a S pecialty .
year-old brother, was convicted
Several hundred negroes were re writing to this country many peo-1
as any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
Oct. 1, of manslaughter.
ported from Birmingham, Ala., 27 pie would be gald to make a yearly
It combines SIMPLICITY with DURABILITY—SPEED, EASE OF OPERATION
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, has
On the Latonia track, Cincinnati, ult., as rising up against the white contract with them at wages as
Note React, Car« e. Ti< Ke r ,
at Pratts Mines, women and chil stated in above article. Besides
ItocgtK, hl< .
in vital Iona,
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
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el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
ton,” ridden bv its jockey McGee, dren fleeing before them. L ater : nearly all the girl« who do come
ld I b kept regularly on
tta Geo. P. K«well NewBi.iipr; ■><;- collided with the horse “Unlucky” Sheriff Vann while attempting to ar out here are in a short time wives
Printing Pressit i>ro<luees sharp, dean, legible manuscript. Two to ten copies
; »au, lu Spruce at.,Me
can be made at one wi¡lings. Editors, lawyers, ministers, bankers, merchants,
ridden by its jockey Brown, in which rest named John Steele, was defied, of good and well-to-do men, who
manufacturers, bu <ineHs men. etc., cannot m«ke a better investment for |15.
all were thrown to the ground, the shot and killed by the criminal, who are worth from ten to twenty thou
Au intelligent per on in a week can become a Good operator, or a rapidone in 2 months.
first named horse and both jockeys lied, but was caught by a posse sand dollars, while if they remain
and his body riddled with bullets in the East if they marry it is some ADOLPH TUPKER-----P rop ’ r
$1,000 offered any operator who can do bettor work with a Type-
badly hurt, McGee dangerously in is
now in the hands of the coroner. poor devil, and they continue to be
Writer than that produced by the Odell.
. ..BnÜtini! U h rr'n
poor and slavish. Horace Greely —G E N E R A L R EI’A I RING—
Ut....................... .....Levi I’.
A novel point for discussion is said go west voting man.” but we I j
A San Francisco “bad ’un,’’named
Jaan cs -
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, Ac., address the
WilJia w <.
say ‘come west girls.’—Malheur Ga
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.• Mamie Reardon, was arrested a
45 ODELL TYPE WRITER CO., T he R ookery , C hicago , III.
............... Bestir ............. year ago by Policeman Rainsbury, fant in arms has brought suit for zette.
Kary........... Benjan. îd t . i .h- «■•.
Jeremiah i i.m.u and ever since, to spite him, when damages, in Pennsylvania, against
Wm. n. n
Eastern Oregon’s Fossil Wealth.
Promptly executed. The building has been en
ever arraigned before the police a street railway company for inju
John w :.
Iffrgeu h 11«! improved and is nrepareU to turn
ries received 1 efo’e it was borii.
If . *1
out ail kinds of blacksmithing on »hurt notice
and in the best style. Terms'. Cash.
( J. N D.ilpb meanors, swears her name is Mamie
k- * T]
kyifetler Pou nover on has her charged with perjury. the car coming in col fission with a Day country by the Princeton col
Geo. W. McBride
^K.G. W Webb
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A man, or fiend rather, named the cause < f epilepsy in the child,
J. NAT. HUDSON
“Could we reproduce a view of
. Frank l.akG
R >. Mrah:<n Felix Kempf, in Charleston, W. hence the suit.
that ancient Oregon when John
_Wm. P. I «•! I Virginia, butchered his daughter
1 W. W . Ti.a't:
WI LSI! I RE A HUDSON.
A plucky Texas women, just re Day lake existed we should have
Marv. aged 20, Oct. 5th, with a two-
FROM PRINEVILLE TO* BURNS.
edged dagger, making one cut in turned from a European tour with found ourselves in a Very strange
the stomach, one in the abdomen,
C. B BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
LAKEVIEW AM) HXRNEY. OR.
one in her left arm and the fourth visiting her parents in San Fran than donkeys, rhinoccri, camels
in the face. He then slashed out cisco. awoke about 4 a in, 2d inst. [svearies and a great assemblance This firm pra« fice» In »he four’s of the state
Arrives at Burrs Wednesdays at 8 pm.
leaves Prineville Monda'a at 6 a tn.
i i«- I d - .
I arxl office. An- laud
Arrives at Prineville Satardays at 6 p m
Leaves Burns Thursdavs at 6 a in.
the bowels of his son. ¡Andrew to find a chloroformed sponge held
otT:« ■ •r.-ther Lupin' fr entruB'.cl to them will
aged 18, as the Loy attempted to to her no-trils by a l urglar, who hy< na-like animals, i ot to mention rc< « i X « pr«»i pt a lention.
M> <• \>E> SOLD ITED
rescue his sister. The girl was dy fied as she violently resist* <1; she tests of little rabtits. and sQuirrel
Pa-senger rate» from Prineville to Burns $7 50; Round trip lit—with 00 day» delay.
It. B. ¡ AKER
.V M. . F.LKER accounts.
Attack on the girl made
time were all v. ry small, the
trial Ho t ARD because she bad
used his llat- blocks; lier screams brought the this
T. B. J ames
police to her assistance and the sto largest being the enteludon, a I.east HARNEY,------------- OREGON
CUATnWORTH A TREGASKIS,
not unlike the hipopotamus in size
enraged him by making excuses len articles, gold watches, money, and
,T i . »-
choloroform bottle and sponge found
H untington therefor.
in bis possession.
” ISON K ELLY
very oriental character. The cli
Two brothers accidently met in
October 28, 1888, John Murray, mate was perhaps rather milder
PAI L LOCHER
Los Angeles the latter part of last
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month, that had been separated 25 switchman, entered the St. An then the present, and the forests, of
years. Geo. W. Fischer the elder, thony hospital at Terra Haute, for which the leaf leds of. Bridge
BURNS, OREGO y
aged 43, is a barber J. E. Fischer,
1 O. O. F.
Out urda. at 32. a Methodist minister. When charged on account of unmanly like those now found in the warmer
oN. N. ...
Loys aged 16 and 13, respectveilv conduct toward the attendant Sis parts of the United States. This
“^***i^«**™*,’^*— * *■ ■ IVA*.
The Burn» Beer I» a Fine quality, «nd may be had by the Ola»». Bottled, or tn quantity.
they were sent from Germany to ters. Haling seen a Sister Camille wonderful museum <»f a buried
brothers in America, who were told there he became so infatuated as to world has been a. ah d up by sul se CANYON < ITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
the children would arrive on a cer trace her in her rounds of duties, quent lava fl.usls. and is now ac-
tain steamer; the agent put them from there to Lafayette. Kan., thence cessable only on the sides of can
C. A. HWEEK.
THZ HERALD READING ROOM.
on a sailing vessel, and were thus to Emporia, Kan., Sept. 27th 1889, yons and valleys, where streams
lost to their relatives The toys where he gained an entrance to the have cut d< wn through the overly
( AN YON < ITY, OREGON
IN HERALD OFFICE,
after nearly starving after arrival, school, proposed marriage to her ing masses. Th<‘ result of our sum
separated to get work and drifted and on her refusal to forsake her mer’s work was nearly two tons of
m to 5 p tn.
apart. An acquaintance of the vows for him. threw her down and the fossil remains of these animals,
minister remarked that he resem publicly stamped on her till he a striking proof of the vast number
bled a barlier in town, and this thought her dead, and lied for bis of them which have been pre Oliice: Canyon City anti Burns. 1
life He i« still nt large.
lead to the joyful meeting.
J» M «4 M,
M m . & nurse ,
THE DREWSEY SALOON.