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E ast O regon H erald
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889.
PUBLISHED EVERY THUK8DAY
D. L.O. GRACE,
P ublishers and P roprietors .
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS^-“ Ed'“"',,w
Flour barrels are to be made of
Of th» ^aiious Baking Powders iilu»- FROM Al.b PAKTHOFTHF. WORM» i COtt >n ducking.
DOMESTU’ ANU FOHE1GN.
Hted from actual tests.
Nicotiana tabacum is suggested
$2.50 a Year.
-Street cars in Baker City.
-Lakeview is troubled with
as the national flower.
In Herald Building, Room adjoining! the Office.
vere form of typhoid fever.
Open Every Day except Sunday, from 9 a in to 4 p m.
NEW’PA PER LAWS.
-The (). P. R. R. officials own Every Lady aud Gentleman a welcome Visitor to the Reading Room during the hour* named.
1. A postmaster I f required to give notice by
have n > religious opinions.
RUMFORI s ’ ('re«h,>., JOB
letter (returning the paper does not answer the
in Albany to the amount
Murders, Nuicldea, Theft*«, Acrid« ntr,
law), when a sul scriber does not take his paper
HANrORls (when fresh) ■■
A $750,000 dollar fire took place of nearly a million dollars.
LtiNMCN by Fire, Ft •»<!, Unit,
out of the otlice. ami life reason for its not being
Cyclone, aial Blizzard.
i in Petersburg, Va., on the 7th inst.
taken. Anv neglect to do so makes the post CHARM’Alam Tow-der). J
—“Habeas Corpus” i is the taking
master responsible to the publisher for pavment
2. If any person orders h’s paper diwon
3,045 women were arrested in name given to the new saloon i near
DAVIS” „d 0. K.’ (Alur-.)l
LATEST BY STAGE.
tinned, he mus’ pay all arreurages, or the Pub
hili T may continue to send it until payment is
made, ami collect the.trhole amount whether it
New Mexico wants to be a State. enness.
is taken from the offic^pr not. There can be
-Coal of good quality in a vein
nv legal discontinuance till pavment is mudo.
A ease of small-psx reported in
900 head of beef were shipped of over five feet in thickness, haß
Any person who takes a paper from the
|K>Btofficc, w hether directed to his name or an
other, or whether ha has subscribed or nut. is
been discovered near Eugene.
responsible for the pay
M. D. IIOPKINS, P roprietor .
n o ith.
If a Subscriber orders his paper stopped
at a certain time, and the Publisher continues
I About 400,000 p' nple attended
peared in Kentucky.
to send, the subscriber is bound to pay for it if
he ti.'kcB it out of the p< stoffice. This proceeds
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
the Paris exposition that closed on istered matter secured by the
on the ground that a man must pay for what he
masked robber. 41000 reward off
the 6th. inst. *
ered for his capture.
Thr COTHTS httTU rTorfTCT.'t TTlfft'TÍTuRT11g ft
sold his'bride for $1.'545.
*' - ■
take newspapers and periódica s from the p< si
A British syndicate bought the
office, or leaving them uncalled for, wilnou
-For $13,374.60 the L-F. Com This Hotel is new (House, Room«, and Furniture) aud offers courteous service ta every Guest.
The San Francisco Blythe Mil- St. Louis Brewery Association plant
»aying for the same, is prima facia evidence ol
pany has bought all of sections 5 !
sa lionaireWill case still drags Its slow for $12.000,000.
and 7, Tp. 20 S. R. 42 E—does
Washington was admitted by that include the town of Vale?
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
The Cronin case is becoming proclamation, Nov. let. North and
more interesting daily, the evidence South Dakotas on the 2d, and Mon -Two mulattoes have been taken
Due Year (in advance)..
to Portland for Gibbs. The one
tana on the 8th.
being all in, Nov. 13.
at Yreka, is doubtless the
HERALD (’LI B LIST
i The U. S. prison population is' A English Company bought out one for whom the $1300 will be
Herald and The Century, one year
General Blacksmith Wagon-maker
Herald and St. N¡chola«,
said to have increased during the belongings at Minneapolis, Minn paid.
Herald and Demorest Magazine, one ' » ear . t.(0
H. R. SCHLÄGEL ------ L akeview , O rison .
Herald and Peterson Magazine
past ten years, 30,000.
for H 8,000,000.
Herald and Godes’s Lady's Book
-Nov. 11th, the O. P. track was
lierait! and West Shore
Herald and Leslie's illustrated Newspaper
Eight persons killed and twenty
In the year 1527, out of a popu laid to Breitenbush, where the
Herald and Leslie's Popular Monthly ■ ’ . . 45 •
eight wounded, 14th inst., by explo lation of 85,000 souls, it was calcu bridge will soon be finished. 1000 Prepared to do all Kind« of Work i n the Blacksmith line. norie Shoeing at $2.54 per Lcc4
Herald and Leslie s >unday Magazine
. 3 7.
Herald and Belford’s Magazine
sion of a powder mill in Berlin, Aus lated 50,000 perished during the men are at work grading toward
. .. 8.(0
Herald and Weekly ('all
Herald and Daily (.’all
nine months that Rome was sacked the summit.
Herald and Weekly Examiner
^BUGGIES, WAGONS, ET C.,
and plundered by the Lutheran
Herald and Daily Examiner
-A 1001b lynx was caught in a
A federation of the Farmers Al-i troops.
MADB TO OROCR WITH NKATXKSS, ANU OV GOOD QUALITY.
fierai i on i WeekL Ne
trap, Nov. 1st, set for coyotes, on
'lera. and Detroit Frei Press
A LI. WORK W A RR A NTED.
ileru.U and ■ larpor- .Magazine . . .
pected to take place in St. Louis, ! 2)00 churches in England have Snake river at the mouth of the
Herald and 1 lai per’.' Weekly
Herald and Harj er' 4 Bazar
adopted unfermented wine for com Owyhee and killed with a club, by
Herald and Harper s Young People
munion purposes—This movement a Mr. Eachus.
Herald and Alden's Manifold Cycle,podia, 2.90
T he H erald and the “Home and gives those churches a recognized
Euch addizionai volume after Vol. 1, 55 cents;
T,':. B. EMBREE, M. D.
-Harry Meyer unearthed an old
Li cents extra ncr volume, p« stage.
Farm” 70 columns of fresh reading right to refuse liquor dealers to
tin box, containing $6000 in green
^♦■•Iderct ... the east side ol Si ma t r, 1 year for $2.50, paid in ad
. opies.if all I be above work« can ba ex
membership, and to work vigorous backs and gold coin, while digging
I n * - t below Burns.
at leisure ill the Reading Room.
ly to awaken the sleepy consciences out a stump on a lot he had bought
of drinking men to the result of in East Portland.
p’ Mi PHEETERS, M. D.
Cigar makers in San Francisco, their actions.
are vigorously fighting the employ-
-A go< d epublican mo n:ng daily
PFSICIAN A SURGEON.
—‘ of cheap Chinese
----- labor jn
Everyone who has seen the
Officew. E. Grace's Drug Store.
big 7-column quarto ‘'Home and has issued its first number in Port
Farm” with its stones, essays, land. It is run in the direct inter
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
P roprietori .
Sullivan, pugilist, consents to ¡news, anecdotes, etc., is delighted est of Hon. John H. Mitchell, Ore
1 ICTICAL SURVEYOR
Jackson _ ’s color
while _ he withit. It and your favorite local
o . ______
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
T. A. McKi SON,
earns several thousands of dollars paper, T he H erald , 1 year for
-Intended abandonment of Fort
Any i all k
.« of surve . : g done
Klamath denied, as in case of an
1 «»lice ii r, . bonaoie terms.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
• ishin »t
cateti, tan have plats’ furi
CZAR otar e.
The Portland World: Charles F. Indian outbreak, it would cost
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
I) spntchcs from London, Nov.
15th, report a revolution in Brazil Conrad, a special agent of the In more to obtain treops in time to be
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
in favor of the establishment of a terior department, thoroughly in effective than to maintain the fort.
Kf I tra to i . J <ADiE ANO HARNESS SHOP
republic. One official killed.
1 | i in r» California,
i ’ n I t iV» n and secured J A the
l_ _ i in
— -An exchange reports one dozen
decapitated fingers among the con
> ii .
>:. ti.n '
Bi KN'S. OREGON.
i; < uim os’
miijia!! reports: cash receipt of $103,278- therein.
was _ promptly
“ the sum total
- late - a ex-
: al (> ¡I e. » r write I.» ì'ubliBber. ¡
«»rding lo «par *.
PEARlAnJews & Co.)
balance on baud, $42,593.04.
secuting” republicans. This admin broke out in the Salem pententiary.
Patents obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for’moderate fee«.
i ib; price.
Our Office is opposite the U. 3. Patent Office, and we cau obtain in less time than those
istration does not intend to a'low
. , fresh
i eels, ransieu"
<¡eorge William Curtis will preach any republican rascals to be “perse -Baker City has a, committee in
remote from Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
of charge; and we make no charge unless pateut is secured.
8< b,ii f exira » barge per
BED a Christmas cermou cn “Fraterni cuted” into the penitentiary.- It to show the value and practicabili
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, and to
9er:i.»n. HiF mu <>f parili« n a s andiitg rea *r
ty,” from the Easy Chair of Har saved Dudley in Indiana by remov
“ T> Royai Baking Powder is composed of
• ailin ' alleluiali io ad. ca<*h week is run in with
officials of the U. 8. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terras, ».nd references to’actual
ty of changing its surveys in favor
per’s Magazine for December.
local ue\\R matter free.
clients in your own State or county, write to above address.
ing a district attorney and it comes of Baker City as a terminus, in
we k creot.xpe all our advertisement«
all changes afier 1st four publica» ions, $1 eat h. la our
to the assistance of the California piece of Boise City.
I ’ iH- R ® Furnished at Reasonable Charges
A'ivcrtisinjí in local columns, he a line «ulk-
ami * death
Attention paid to the
* '* announce- 'J
at $25,000, burned gang who have defrauded the gov
.! I Gru
A Grain colts, valued
” Baking Stock.
ment« free. siu
.. iicn b . s.»liciteti us news.
-A Linkville fiend, named J. M.
• ¿y**Liberal rai» s . ottered to religious, soc iiil.j' hana>.
the purt and most reliable baking powdei with the Look A Smith barn, near moval of Conrad.
Fountain, Nov. 12th, was acquitted
and e in u i«)!ittl bodies.
Louisville, Kentuckey, on 13th inst.
offered the public.
I in the circuit court on the ground
A. M ott , M. D., Ph. D.”
of insufficient evidence, the testi-
A Mttle Wit.
"Thcoy.nl Baking Powder is purest in qual
I mony against him by several little
Of every despription exet u’ed with neatnem '
ty «ndghest in strength of any baking pow- ! mitting the new States, have been FromS. F. Daily Examiner.
an I dcspn’« h. at r< rs. nab'e rules
i girls ranging in age from 10 to 13 1
!cr of tch I have knowledge.
duly issued, and there are now 42
Lawyer—You were present when years, being disallowed.
“ W Cardwell,
m . M c M urtrie , Ph. D.” stars on the banner of the great
man was shot, were you?
D. S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
-On 10th inst. John O’Neil, aged
pre to be avoided as dan-
—Oi wuz, sor. It was in
Mich. costing from $300 on up to awy
Will furn’zh Designs of Houses,
T he H ieril >
ke p! rt iiiUar x on i:’e fur re
■ 12 years, while visiting the little
j io h ue’ or B
changes sui.cr de- Consumption is largely on the the hotel office.
figure wanted. If you mean lo build, send $1 to my address, and I will mail you a portfo
1 (erviice. i n lhe Geo. 1 ’. Rowell Newspaper A<1-
in E ast O regon H erald office, with
I er is i ng 1 h reau. 1 .'■i¡‘in. e si . New > »»rk
increase in California, according to
Lawyer—You saw the man shot I ! was not found till 12th, when his
full plan of each, full size details, complete specifications, and bit! of materials, all very
• i-cs ill «11 I he Cour of the Slate ! report of the State Board of Health
builder will have no trouble in going
in the rotunda, did you?
A (before the I . S. Land Office.
ahead and completing the work. And if you do not find just what yon want, write me
: i ody. naked, was discovered under
for October, 147 deaths in that
what changes you desire made, and I will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with T hb
Rafferty—Be hiving, Oi didn’t no a idutr 200 ft. high, where he had
and M atters a S pecialty .
H erald . Y ou will It as cheap to erect a handsome house as to wa«te material on an un
' month, caused by that disease, out
NATION A LI
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re-constructing your present bcilding.
tice if it hit him in the rotunda, or probably fallen utter bathing in a
Benjamin Harrison •
Levi P. Morton
! lake near by.
Secretary of State
A reign of terror of hydrophobia
r-:. • SAMPSON - - B urns , O r .
See re’ary o (Treasury
Mrs. Youngbride—Yes, it’s to be
is reported from Saline co., Mo.,
-A family of nine persons were
See re* ary of Interior
•er rat ary of War
our fifth anniversary, our wooden I drowned in Yaquina bay. Geo. W.
Redfield Proc •
Her rotary of Navy
Benjamin F. Trac-4
Secretary of Agriculture
Jeremiah M. Ri
canines in progress; up to Nov. 13, wedding, and Charles and I want Parker, the only survivor, was tak
Wm H. II. MH
; over 500 dogs were legally made you to be sure to come.
ing his wife and seven children, and
Mrs. Old boy—Then, I suppose, a Mr. Wagner, to assist him, in a
U. s je
Mr. Oldboy will have to look for boat from Olsonville to South
i J. II. MIK 1.
Thomas Hardy will contribute ( some sort of wooden things as gifts Beach. The boat filled with water
Binger Herma,, ’J
] div«stvr Ptnno
to the December Harper a complete for the occasion.
WARRANTED TO D0MAB
iMcrArv of State
‘Geo. W. Meli
from a leak, and sank; the bodies Mr ■ C WILL BUY THE ODELL
as any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
nevolette, entitled "The First Cour t
■(upt. ‘ublic It'.Btruction l
J. H MeEli I dolpii ti PKER - - P rop ’ r
It combines SIMPLICITY with DURABILITY—SPEED, EASE OF OPERATION
ess of Wessex.” elaborately illustra
Frank Pal i
N. Nirah !
-Mrs. Taylor Thomas, aged 30,
—GENERl L REPAIRING— ted by C. S. Reinhart and Alfred If you only drop in and show your
I R Wir.
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, has
P. I.« Il
I faces, that will be enough.—Amer- f near Wapato station, Yamhill coun
$ W. W. Th » ,f|
no ink ribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
SIXTH JUDICIAL ¡»IBTKICT:
ty, Nov. Sth,induced her husband
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
L B I f )
Miss Eva, daughter of Robt. In
go to the , barn ,,
and swing the
At a dinner party:
I I to
J.. L. Ku.
__ __ _ _i
’ ’ ’ .....
gersoll, and W. H. Brown were inar-
Mr. Hodgkins (aside to Mrs.
«> «he could sleep, as she Like a Printing Press it produces sharp, clean, legible manuscript. Two to ten copie«
COUNTY HARNEY :
| ned in New York, Nov. 13th and Hodgkins)—Gosh, Maria, I got no was sick and had slept none the
can be made at one writings. Editors, lawyers, ministers, bankers, merchant«, *
The building nae been en
G. W. Gil.
;ì: «vu-iFCTM, business
nusiness i men, etc., cannot m.tke a Iwtter investment foillfi
e«i and is prepared to turn took a special train after a9o’clock
nigj^ before; she took a gun an/ j A à u a intelligent
J. T 81I1F.I w
tf*llt«M*nf person in - a -----
or a rapinone m Tniontnt
. W F G» •
weddingWrenkfast, for a bridal tour
sh.jft.-rsclf in the head shortly aP
V. Terms: ( ash.
T. H. R ohe » ct 7
$l,000'offered any operator who can do better work’with’a Type-
W. K. GKAl Oa
(ter they had left the house; ill
not notice it.
A. A. VO*.' IN”
Writer than that produced by the Odell. «^-Reliable Agent«
1 health the cause.
A smwo )
.(D). W Y h ' b K a K k !
HARNEY ADVERTISEMENT J.
Charles Dudley Warner thinks
Mr. Hodgkins—But, thunder!
S« h«®i Superintendent
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
W M. M KBN It________ _____________
ths world, in many respects, has there must be some mistake. I
-Mrs. W. R. McCornack, of Eu
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, &c., addree« the
<D) I L ytlb H o a ah
grown younger since the Christain don’t want to corner the fork mar gene, found her little three year-old
1. B. J a MZ w a W1L4IIIKK.
J. NAT. HUDSON
TYPE WRITER CO., T h « R ookzby , C hicago , III.
era. This view, with special ref ket.
j boy, about the 1st of this month,
I aki view, Or.
Mr. Hodgkins—No, it’s all right, | nearly • trangled to death by a good-
HARNEY U. K. LAND UFFICX:
forth in the December Harper.
WILSHIRE <<r HUDSON.
| sized knob on an old parasol han-
J. B. H vntinrt
Jeff, I tell you.
..H arrison K kli
Mr. Hodgkins—Well, of course, ] ' die, having forced it down his
The American whaling fleet, of
’ throat as he fell while running
the Arctic, for 1889, was 41 vessels, it’s all well enough to have plenty of around with it in his mouth. A
LAKEVIEW INI) HARNEY, OR.
' doctor was called in and the ob
of the Okhotsk 7. or 48 in all, val f v v ‘ 1
i n e.
ihi« fi-m practice in the cour a of the State
ued at about $600,000 before leav drop that many on the floor at i one struction removed.
. btfiire the l’.>. Land Office. Any land
‘ c<* or other Luut< m entrusted to th ?m will ing port.
This season has been one meal.—Chicago American.
••ivt pnonpt attrition.
< o >
for whale ri. There
-The Wallowa Signal says Judge
f^LAND U>E.< SOLICITED.
will be 45 vessels rc^dv for the sea
Ex: We like to hear a man re-
.. Fee, made but one speech while
son of 1890.
fuse to take his home paper, and all holding court there, in which he
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
time sponge on his neighbor for said: “The court finds a strange
The late ruling by Secretary
Windom for the legal evasion of the the reading of it We like to hear
I ARNEY, 4---------- OREGON Anti-Chinese Act, is this: Chinese a man complain, when asked to | When a man is indicted and remains,
C. B BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
COAT'Wotril A TREGASKIS.
in the county, the indictments are ’
Iram Prineville Monday, at a a m.
Arrive, at Fume Wednesday« lii , a.
stolen. If he leaves, the undertak-'
Leave, Bnrns Thu radar, at 6 a in.
Arrivea at Prineville Satardaj, at * * a.
provided tbey haven ticket from an he takes more than he can lead ings are stolen. A pa’tv will go be-;
Atlai t c ea oard. r.nd then allow now, and then go borrow his neigh fore the grand jury and swear to a
them 20 days to continue their bor’s. or loaf around until he gath statement, then they come into Pa^enger rate* from Prineville *o Burn« $7.50; Round trip $14—with 00 day« delay.
ers all the news from it. We like
journey under a $200 lond.’’
to see a man run down his home court and swear that the statement;
The <i<iath by strangulation, Nov. paper as aot worth taking, and made to the grand jury was false,1
13th, of J. M. Hillman, at Wood now and I
beg the editor for n compelled by another through
CAMV' ■» 1TV. OREGON
bury, N. J., for murder ofH.Seide- fivor in «W1 local. We like to threats and duress. And now the|
mnn. is horribly disgusting to con lee a man run down his home pa grand jury returns not a true bill
template. The rope slipped, and per, and then try to get a share of against the man that used threats
r Twcw :
the wretched human groaned and the trade which the paper brings to and compelled the false swearing
shrieked, got his hands lose and town; we like to see this; it looks The court is not responsible for
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tore at his fastenings for relief while ec »nemicai, thrifty, progressive and this state of affairs, but if the peo
ple can stand it the court can.
' Citr and Purnr. slowly strangling to death.
B.'II k I ouh ,
T he D rewsey 'S aloon .