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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1890,
$2.30 a Year.
Blackfeet Indians are holding a
little white girl in Canada, they
having captured her in this coun
11 EI> EVE
FROM AM, PARTS OF THEWORM1 try.
-Reward of $1,360 offer'd for
DOMÎ.STIC AND FOREIGN.
The Brother of the Sultan and murderers of young Cain.
1. ¿IT. GRACE,
Political, Eoci.tl, It b,rioni, and I'll- several courtriers were executed for
|nE38 and P roprietors .
-Oregon seut 100 Christ mas trees
In Herald Building, Room adjoining, the Office.
conspiracy, says a dispatch from to San Francisco.
Open Every Day except Hundav, from 9 a m to I p m.
E very Lady tud Gentleman a welcome Visitor to the Reading Room during the hours uamed.
Murders, Suicides, Thefts, Accidents, Tangier, Dec. 14.
-The old pioneer, J. M. Taylor,
Losses ay Lire, v’i
knus’er Is require I tu give notice by
hiiu* the paper d. es nut a- swer the
at Bridge creek, Crook county, died
p hi seriher th on not take his paper
McClung, two of the Rube Burrow’s Dec. 13th.
R • e. utul ibe reat. n fur i's nut butn^
Fiu , ” t to do k
'tikes lhe p. Bl-
i gang of outlaws, were captured at
Insibioto the pui di.aer fur paviaent
I ¡>e s n urtleis I; h paper dnfeoii
-S. B. Huston of Hillsboro, is re
BURNS CIRCULATING t ■ IBRARY
h> s. pit all arrearages. >-r the Pub
r uiinuc to sen I i; until pnmen. is
Congress adjourned for the lio'i
..et t ibe whole amount whether it
he oiheu a- ti.,'
There run he
days to Jan. 6th.
i ¡nuance till pa inent is made.
Jos. Pulitzer, <>f the New York
u ,. ho take» a paper from the
IN THE HERALD BUILDING.
Areata, Cal., had a bridegroom
er din !c ' >•< li.s name «,r an-
an order with
MRS. GRACE, ------ L ibrarían .
. i r no bus subscribed or not. is
it Paris with a
nr orders bls paper stopped
object of opening this business in connection with the Free Reading Room is to obtain the
tie l’u isher uuntinu« f.
! l.:i •. ■; Baker City, from spreading rails.
F uik . s fur purchasing books fur a Public Library for Burns—The lot foi the building is bought.
L i b ‘ er is bound i.« pay fur it if
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p. H’ufti' •■. This proceu s
musdercr, Schchick Jugigo, will < <• Ifttu.
-Hon-. R. A. Irvine and^Jov. Pen- TERMS: Membership Fee $12 a year. Reading Fee 10c. Deposit of 25c, or Retail price of Peri
, Lit t a man must pay fur what lie
are mentioned as democratic odical or Book, made with the Librarian, in every instance. bend for Catalogue.
ur Im. e deci led that refusing tc
1. ,vi t. of t
¿/-The Librarian is a ru.it for an 1 will take Subscriptions at the Lowest Rates! for any Perl
r iii peri«)dicals from the p. si
al, and order any Book, published in the l ulled States or Canada. Also, Sheet Music and
Dec. 17, great honors were done ‘■'Py> ’ jU!-< a' *Vilt fri,,>* a live- enndidates for governor of Oregon. I Idit
, ig them nncafled tor, withov
Pictures, Works of Art, House-Building Designs, Etc.
is prdau fut ia evidence oi
Stanley and the Zanzi >aris at Zo yen ’ Stay in Alaska waters, reports
-F. C. Baker, of Salem, is a re I
pu i y,
hit! -ito undiscovered lai d . ortli f publican favorite for Secretary of
LA K EVIE W A D V E RTISE M ENT.
State, and J. F. Holman, of Astoria
I ’ (» 1 . . V
ca ■«> be ni
Kilrain was convicted of assault Alaska.
i nd :o ow
and battery on the person of John
• L: ¡ ha e
lltli inst.. Kettle Jack’s band of
|\»w t. ’
Ko\ :u ’ aRi
-A humbug under the name of
L. Sullivan, and sentenced to pay eleven rutlians wi n- hung by the
THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
A. Boyse, is soliciting and
J.T . ’ r
Arbuckle churches were tl.r -wn for murder, stealing, and develtry obtaining subscriptions to write up
M. I). HOPKINS, P roprietor .
towns for the Chicago Inter-Ocean.
open to shelter animal victims in general.
from the severities of the late storm
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
“On the grounds that voters were
Complete returns from the Johns
1 ru lier vu nunc . pustag
r . •! liti ih«’ au, • \ e wur ks can b« ex
A JOURNAL FOR ADVERTISERS.
.b ire in un- Rea rag H Loom.
The Blythe trial has reached the show ten lives were trampled out than 100 feet of the polling place,” This Hotel is new (House, Rooms, and Furniture, and offers courteous service W ¿very
Is l:su«d on tbs £rst sat fifteenth days ci each
I- -isU: -.-! .i-lea’s
testimony on the behalf of the Gip dm mg the panic caused i y the there .s prospect fur contesting a
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Dii.; '■}( «.£, a
ncath, and lo tbs represeatxtiee jauraxl—the trad,
late town elections.
sy claimant to the deceased mil false alarm of fire.
journal of Aasrlcan tdvsrtlsers. It Indicates to tbs
? i • every lialf- volume
Inexperienced »drertlcor bow, whci, and where bo
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
The Brazilians have adopted a
-In Spokane some time since a
should advertise; how to write an advertisement; bo*
u « « TisIM! RATJ
The influenza that started i i Rus new 11.;g. which is, from illustration, corpse was attached and in Pendle
to display one; what newspapers to use; bow much
1—1 6 mo
this winter and swept over Ger ano long cloth with the moon i ton the sheriff attached a $75 Bible
. 1------- I--------- 1 1
General Blacksmith & Wagon-maker
that admits of pro£taoio discussion. Advertising is
many, is now reported as having tne center crossed oy a motto - ar, belonging to C. C. Hurt, as part
an art practised by many hut understood by tew. The
L akeview , O rioom .
II. R. SCHLÄGEL
payment for the capture and trial
nearly prostrated 100,000 people ( and surrounded by stars.
conductor: of FfilETSSfi’ I1IZ understand it, and
’ , • 1 ' l;».00 !
of T F. Garner.
il , .u! A-s.w
their advice is taaod on an experience cf more than
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twenty-ire years in placinj advertising contracts for
Dec. 16, a girl life-taker, Louise and was married at Deliver, Tenn.,
-Dec. 14, purses aggregating Prcptoared d.fa'.l KlnJa >f Work In tho B'a ksulth liua. HoriojSbooinz at |!.W p,r hraC
t . Ill : :N ADV’,:RTISEKS.
many of the largest and most successful advertisers.
Epperson, shot and killed Julius ’ to Sallie Wallace, a nine-yoar old $4,900 was voted at a meeting of
t tfui' ■
? i. i iit4: j< nr patrouatf'* ■
:: tva iers p-‘ .’e»i R8 to the j A year’s subscription costs hut Ono Collar : sample
Iloper, near Bakersville, Mo., for girl, of Waterford, Miss., Dec., 12, the Portland Speed Association or
,-B U G G I E 8, WAGONS, E T C.,->
•’rtmi io deal with, cor ‘
n: ; i »: i lit
co;lei Tra,. Alltel«
referring tu the 1
fc Will 1: ii- sav ■.<1
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
persisting in teasing her about her and was under arrest, Dec. 18th.
a four days meeting next June,
• bed up.iH our tin uia- ,
naeu 8 ! >if
CEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
-ill i UK ■: count i b
A LL W O RK W A R R A N T E D.
K r ! red”! ¡.'t ioti • . uii > early adver-
The syndicate in New York that classes of the trotting event to range
■ al O:ii. ■e. or 5 wriiu to i’unlisher.
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
I • hr.rgc< i c'ctri . a. < ord mg tu space; :
Dom Pedro refused all tempta- [ sent the Buffalo Bill show to the from 2:22 to 4:50.
al ;.B‘f ad in litted.
io Spruce St., New York.
Ir.il ir.c »Ji-.inal I a fi. at no price.
to engage in a contest for the j Paris exposition believes that Mr.
-Telephone-R< gister, Dec. 19, re
h sumeu t. îi' h
’> er 1 han i ' uei/fi per
p!icv, : V■a: Jy. i.r u cents, transient,
recovery of his throne, but says if Cody lias i een swindled by some of ports an accident that may result
ni p. t Li on $2 : extra charro pur in
the people of Brazil want him to re his clever associâtes in the busi- in death. Charles Star was return
lb ea>I ui
Bi.l ion a standing reader
ai ion to ,in:, eiu
a it v.uuk is i :m in with
turn, he will do so.
ing from duck shooting, and as he
■ <• s'ere
pe al! our advertisements
Among the deaths in December, was getting out of his cart to open
Harry Thies, while the ground
au.eT lc:’ Mir publications. $1 each.
are those put up by
r isitii. i1 i<,( al < uliiinns. I «■ a line,
was dry, planted 100 bu. of grain a 1889, are: Robert Browning, En- a gate, his gun exploded, tearing
r rih, an i death aunounce-
M. are FERRY
DICKSON & SULLIVAN
P roprivtoks .
•U< ll lll-n 8 solicited US lirug.
ago, near Lovelock, Nev., and lish poet, aged 77; the heroine of the muscle from the elbow to the
a: :.\8 »'lured to religious, «uuial.
Seedsmen in the world.
D. M. F brry &C o ’ s
now the soil is wet, believes he will •‘Mary had a Little Lamb,1 ” Mary shoulder, exposing artery and
Beautifully Illustrated, Descriptive
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
realize 45 bushels to the acre next F. Tyler, aged 83; Thomas Potter, nerves for two inches, The artery
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandi*«,
¡i exeiu’.ed with neatness
one of the grateful Americans that is liable to epen and death ensue
’h, al reatuuab.c rates
applicants, and to last season's cus
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
when suppuration takes place.
tomers. It is better than ever. Ev
The monied men of St. Louis
I . ucs's.
) ulte :• ! its; iß,
ery person using Garden, Flower
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
( nr-’F. Tic >.v e,
S e Hv«i s.
or Field SEED8 should send for it*
headed by Father Phelan, are stand
-Some time since W. T. Casey
Jnv. a n ns.
D. M. FERRY A CO.
ing by Chambers, the murderer of
appealed from the decision of
An interesting account is given the U. S. land oilice at The
Frank Bowman, with money and
influence. Dec. 16, he wan released in Tuesday’s (17th) Daily Exam Dalles, in rejecting his filings on
C. A. SNOW * CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C,
iner, of Miss Lilly Vanarsdale’s a piece of land at Powell Buttes,
on a bond of $50,000.
Patents obtained, and all patent business attended to promptly and for moderate fees.
Our Office is opp«.site the U. 8. Patent office, and we can obtain in lees time than those
diseased leg being lengthened and listed to the W. V. & C. M. Co.,
remote from Washington. Send Model or Drawing. We advise as to patentability free
Lawrence Barrett’s theatrical en cured by the osseous grafting of
Benjamin Ilarr’Bon I
though the land was just out of the
of charge; and we make no charge unless patent is secured.
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FRAC TIC AL SURVEYOR.
W’e refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, a>d tu
JaintsG. BJaliie |
the bone of Harvey Easton’s leg. six-mile limit. The commissioner
WlDiikin Win< « .
officials of the U. 8. Patent Office. For circular, advice, terms, and references to factual
some lymphatic glands were re The father bought the young man’s
Job nW. Noble ’
t . a . M c K innon ,
of the general land oilice has just
clients in your own State or county, write to above address.
Redfield lJru< tor [
Any and all kind« <>f surveying done on ghor moved from his throat, Dec. 16; so leg with half his fortune, and he is
. BenjHniin 1 . Tracey f
rendered a decision in Mr. Casey’s
Jeremiah M. Rusk norite and reasonable terms.
soon as convalescent he will go to a no longer hostler forthat gentleman,
Wm li. H. Miller | wishing to bt located, can have plats furnishe
favor, allowing his filing. It is a
John Wiu.amnkcr « free of charge.
watering-place for rest.
□ETouses and Cottages
I but a student in college, and when valuable tract of land, and is well
■ i J. 1 ■. Mitch« 1 SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP
he graduates will be owner of a worth contesting for.
R. Binger iiermmin
.. D.Sylv e:er Ftiunuver
London. Whatever may be thought snug fortune.
D. S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
. R. Gcu. W. McBride J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor .
G. W. Webb
Grund Rapids, Midi.
Belford’s Magazine, one of the
: 11.s'.ruction R
. J. B. McElroy
At an auction in St. Louis, Dec.
Will furnish Designs of Houses, Cottages, and Mansions costing from $300on up to auy
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Army, and its leaders, there can most fearlessly out-spoken pub 18, 4 inches of the rope that hung
figure wanted. If you mean Io build,send $1 to niv address, and I will mail you a portfo
i R. s. Ntrahftn |
lio of: 3 designs of dwellings, like the one on file in E ast O regon H erald uffico, with
Wm. B. Lord CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O r
be no doubt that the religion of lications in the country, will pub “Gen.” Rafferty, Sept. 1881 brought
full plan of each, full size details, complete specifications, ami bill of materials, al’ very
) W. h . rhayei
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have notronblc in going
XTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
Christ has lost a noble-hearted lish the late Jefferson Davis’ $15; the shovel with which McGar
ahead and completing the work. And If you do not find just what yon want, write mo
L. B I son
what changes you desire made, and I will accommodate you. or leave Orders with T he
worker in the death of this lady.
.J.. L. R anu
articles on “Andersonville Prison,” ry killed sheriff Nash, about $10;
H erald . Y ou will it us ( heap to erect a handsome house as to wade mateiial on an un
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re conwtrutting your present b< ilding.
col TY—HARNEY :
Bald Knobber Wiley Matthews’
I. In Williamsburg, New Y’ork,
G. W. GlLHAM
J. T. S hields '
■ Dec. 16. Walter Elliott, while in American Review, but finally re pistol, a good sum; knife Bill
. W. E. ( i it A1 E
T. H. R oberts
I the hands of the undertaker and jected by it on account of somepor- Knight killed P. J. Harvey with,
W. R.G halon
me necessary tions ofit b«"g more truthful than a fair price; the knife that cheated
- Puor’ii ms
A. A. IO VING ADOLPH TUPKER -
his assistants maxing
W . E. LLEP. -ON .
P E W R I T Ell
Irinto; ent .(D)
.. 1.. J?. L aker
—GENERAL REPAIRING— preparations for burial, suddenly acceptable to its editorial inanage- the gallows of Jerry Pagels by cut
W m . M eeker
inent—the Belford is not afraid of ting his throat, $37; handcuffs,
(D; > L ytle H o vari »
rz WILL B
THE ODELL TYPE WHITER.
WARRANTED TO DO AH ^4 ET
truth from whatever pen it mav spurious, counterfeit moneys, etc.,
‘1. B. J a meh ;
| they were doing with him.
ns any One-Hundred Doliar Machine.
were sold to the morbid persons It combines simplici rvwith dvu ibility — speed , ease of operation
believed he will recover.
NEY I. . M. LAMP office :
present at good rates.
..J. B. H untington
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, has
..H arrison K elley Promptly executed. The building has been en
A wife 28 years old, in Provi Chas S. Ostrom, book-keeper and
large-i and improved end is ©repared to turn
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
out all kincs of hlarkL . ii hing on short notice d nee, R. I , spanked her 19 year ol<l
A telegram, Dec. 17, from Walla
cl-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typewritin.g
and in ¡he bist st vie. TerTns: < nah.
Walla, gives the following account
husband because she couldn’t make
Like n Printing rr*mit protlucei sharp, clean, legible inanuieript. Two to ten copira
cun le niinlent oi'*Writing... Editor., I.iwver<, niiui<ter<, banker., iu«xU»«f’U,
him go to school. His application is in jail on indictment for stealing sf the late Colfax shooting: Ben
li A RXEY ADVERTISEMENTS.
rUODDT EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
ninnutaee.rers, bmin«*-i men, *t<-. .aiiieit .u vke nbeUvr iM***Ua*«t Jot **A
A. M. H c C art . Pastor.
for divorce shows what a woman is $2,200 of the Press’ funds, and is Blandon, a brutal fellow that de Au intelligent per.on in ti wr<e!t .’an b rue a i... ’1 o|>*rator, or a rapidOllC in .
I be preaching by the pastor in each
capable of doing with a husband believed to have started the fire in lights in crime, with no care for
n.ius. until further nvtic
$1,000 offered any op»rator wh > c.tn do better work with a Ty. •-
h—buri s—at li a in. and 7:30 p m,
when she is older and stronger than the Tribune building to hide his consequences, nor his own life, was
I—Island School House—at 11 u m.
Writer than that produced by the Odel™ g(g*R<»liRbl" Agents
[—Harney—i;t 7:30 p in.
and Salesmen wanted. Special indttWTncnts to Dealers.
he is. Divorce was granted with guilt by destroying the books. The on his way to answer to the charge
k-Unrns--it ll a m, and 7:30 pm.
WILSHIRE A- HUDSON.
h — Harney— at 11 a m. and 7:iiup ni.
first charge is serious, and was of assault on an aged man with a
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, <kc., address the
TYPE WRITER CO., T he R ookery , C hicago , III.
The particulars of the Lond> n ling debts, but the second is a ter eral witnesses against him in a'
LAKEVIEW AND HARNEY. OR.
r LODGE NO. Ï7, 1. O. O. F.
West End scandal are said to be too rible crime, as seven lives were lost crowd, he began firing at them,
This fi-m proct!« es tn the courts nf the Rtate
di Fe!lyv “ Hall, ever
and before tie V. S. I.ami Off. e. Any land vile for publication; the Earl of bv the fire.
J. E. Mt KINN o . n . N. <i.
killing Thos Flick, wound ng Bra-
< HID e or other business entrustvd to them will
Euston was charged with being im
receive pr«»mj»t attentn n.
Bcrnette and Daval. The;
Stage X. i n e
£4?-LAND < A.-E.- .SOLICITED.
plicated in the scandal by the edi
r. «. MAIt-S.
wife of Flick as he gasped his last. ‘
tor of the North London Press, and
raising his l odv appealed to th A
[departs uaily, Sund«: s excepted.
grand jury found a true bill the snow. In company with sever crowd to avenge his death, which so
FROM PRINEVII.IE TU BURNS.
WURMS—CANYON ( ÏTY
against an editor so lost to a sense 1 al other men he left home, 13th
B:i a. W»dr.es la; s. Friùax s, f, a m.
inst.. on snow shoes to look after
OREGON of what is due Lis “betters.”
B.'TÎ. u f b 7 m -F & >aTUFa â) s iü .4J p fñ. HARNEY.
C. B BAKER, SuM.’.in»ractor.
COATsWOKTH & TREGASKIS,
hordes snowed in up in the moun were with difficulty restrained from i
trave, Prlnevilla Mondai, at « a in.
Arrtye, at Knrn, Wedneada,, al « p m,
tb lays au a ni.
Leavea Burn» Thnradava at » a in.
A- b M at .•.liievllla Saiarday, at 6 p m
A more coarse, therefore, disgust tains. All returned in the evening, lescuing the prisoner from the
C f a e ai 6 a m.
ing picture than the wealthy Amer except Mr. Arthur, who they though sheriff and hastily summoned dep I
CA1.I1 OXIXI k.
ican heiress, Miss Caldwell deliber would return later on; when morn uties. and lynching him on thes|M>t. Paraenger rat*« from Prine»!!!* -o Burna,* -J: H *a 1 tr!?«!!—will« RO day* <l*i«p.
f’aad w bere the cypress and xyr-
ately paying $100,000 for the right ing came, he put in no appearance. Ho fearful is the sheriff that the
f deeds that are tiso.e tn their
Wachmakerß Jeweler to l-ear the title of princess, is not They liecame much alarmed m.d people may capture th«’jail, he has,
drawn. In exchange she gets for a organized a party to search for him. taken Russell the murderer of Di n-
J. XV. EONEBRAKE.
husband, a rakish spend thrift Up to 23d, in vain, and all hope of iel Canty to a more secure place I
she would scarcely deem fit to en finding him alive is given up. It
PAUL LOCHER -------- PROPRIETOR.
P. H. MURPHY.
ter her drawing-room were he plain is supposed he became exhausted
he H erald , the Free Press and
John Smith, American citizen, from hunger and fatigue and per
»tyl IW V» hail by the Qla • ’Uftlod cr Is Ornami«*.
IIAY A- GRAIN
with $10,000 a year.
ished in the snow.
twelve volumes, for only 13.50.
THE BURNS READING ROON.
P rinters ’ I nk .
J ob work .