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BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THÜF^DAY, MARCH 13, 1890.
$2.80 a Year
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LAKEVIEW ADV ERTI8EM ENT.
The noted actress, Mary Ander
son, is in poor health, and too weak
to accompany iff?” friends to Eng?
SHED KYI IY Ttli E-l> IY
T. V. B. EMBRICE, M. D.
-A cyclone at The Dalles.
1 HOM \I.D I’AIITS <>1 THE WOUI.1I land, Feb. 15.
Office nt hi« re«d(\T( e Ou the east ide oi Sil
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
vie« River, tm. milts Lt-low Burna.
Two young colored men, J. rues -The glove contest lietweon Jas.
Political. Social, ltdigioiis, and Ed
and George Alexander, Feb 19, Sullivan and Wm. Whitney post
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprietor . '
were drowned at X ictoria, v.liile poned.
S B. M< PIIEETERS, M. D.
Murder«, Suicides, Thefts, Accidents, skating on a pond near that ei r.
L l - íimvs I y iie, Blond, Itali,
-Fruit men of Tho Dalles fears I
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
give notice by
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
Ci clone and Blizzard
ii' awt rthe
T he callsof the State central om- tho cold weather will cut the fruit
dues n.C lake hits paper
retiK >u for i n not being
mittees of both political part., s, to crop short.
Jay Gould says 1590 will be a
l<> h i tnakt s the po«i-
and offer« courteoussyryiee to every Gieit.
i puhiighk-r for pavment
arrange for their conventions, shows
lets h'B paper di8',on
I arrearugt m . . r the Pub
that the campaign of this State will
ken I it uuiil pa\meut is
a freeze up; ice is floating ami nav-j
A storage dam, in Arizona, gave soon be opened.
Hbile amoutu whether it
<>r not. There ( uu be
igation will doubtless be suspended. |
i i pa
The fight between Jack 1 inp-
take« a paper from the
I.and Film'«, ''«•ntest Blanks, A »plications for drowning about 60 persons.
-East Oregonian’s, difinition of!
pted to his name or au Pubina'ion Notices, correctly and promptly
sev ami Billie McCarty, which >me
la eulbcrlhcd or not. ia attended to. Dee* s. Notes, ami Mortgages
protection: ‘‘It is taking from fl
legible drart n up. < hargts reasonable. 11-50.
lers hln paper «topped
Cenerai Blacksmith & Waeon-maker
Jjv i‘u ».inner contiutus
gilt frame, of Ex-President Cleve sulted in a complete victory for ihousantl men what they need ami
¡js l»ouu I to pay for it it
’»totloe. Thia proceed«
land, is to be hung in tho White Dempsey, lie knocked out Milie deserve, and giving to one man who
L akeview , O re ..<< n .
|m mum pay for what he
II. /ir SCHLÄGEL
Aeither needs nor deserves.”
J. NAT. HUDSON,
in twenty-six rounds.
bcidedthat rcfiiBlng tc
A TTO R N E Y -AT - 1. A W.
[north a-s from the p* «1
A hurricane swept over the nortli-
-A carpenter at Salem, on the Prvptcnre C do «H Kirt i cf Wc 11 in (h 1 «.» kunith iii e. He ree Lh< ting at (SCO ifcr Let <L
i uncalled for, aH!u/U-
•John J'tc'.b /Xstor,died aS
jiimu facia evidence <>i
Office: Bl UN'S, OK.
'ern portion of Texas; destroyed denee in New York, Saturday, Feb. night of Feb. 23, wasttay-ni to the
,-B U G G I E S, XV A G O N 8, E f 0.,-^
about twenty buildings and injured 22. lie was the eldest son of the city jail, drunk, anti at breakfast he
MADE TO ORDER WITH NEATNESS, AND OF GOOD QUALITY.
late Wm. Astor and grandson of
A L L W O R K W A R R A N T E D.
Sillcott, the absconding cashier the original John Jacob Astor, who verdict: death by a drunken fit.
uf the sergeant-at-arms of the Na-
-The thermometers in the Hamil
tiomil House of Representatives, is
ieral S c l.l'B list
ton section, so the Eagle says,,
id Harper’s LMngiiziiU
thought to be somewhere in Wash- to be found in a spring in the west proved themselves to be far too in- :
id Hariær’s ! Week! y
id Hurler’s pazur
Young People .. 3.75
d Harpe® w I—
I Alden*» JU a Juifold
The women’s crusade in Missouri : over the spring to drink, a frightful Wednesday morning, all freezing
W. W, Cardwell,
liiional vohi pne after Vol. 1, òó cenia,
•xtra ver vol'
a failure. They succeeded in ’ face is seen to approach the surface up and bursting, with exception of
A T T O II N E Y - A T - I. A XV.
pica of all th«
., w< rks er. it
demolishing one saloon. They were ! apparently from the bottom of the J. 11. Hamilton’s which registered
leisure in the Heading Kvom
B urns , O r .
DICKSON A SULLIVAN
P ropri « tors .
found guilty of disturbing the peace spring. No one has had the cour the mercury at 38 degrees below
Practi- or in all the courts of the State,
. of their work for Al«», before the L. S. Land Oittce.
E-We file. and hind the
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
hü f-volaine, c»d »>,,v t1
l IEL m T-'T«
L and M atters a S pecialty .
Two men called at the house of -The accident on the Southern
The I’rinco of Wales, it is said,
Everything in our line of the Bost. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies.
has reformed. lie has quit visit Mr. Danmon Smith, of Harrisburg, Pacific railroad, on the 29th of last
Il S EiJ
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
M. R. BIGGS.
LOWING; l-*k B l
REO. XV. BARNES,
..... 1 :> mo
I.un s, Or ■ fact his general conduct is said to the drug store to fill a prescription. ler, and fireman Quint Guthrie, lost
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
*10 I 111 .00 >15 U-
: ? 00
1 t.00< ’. I OU
ered Mr. S. with a revolver, ami I damage suits; Emma Miller brings
.0.00 ! :.2. oj 5).0 j
The Senate» (Nmimittceon finance
•-S.OJ 4.8. CO 54. DO
demanded the safe opened, which suit for $5,000 and W. A. Guthrie
18.0J SJ.no 1L0.00
has agreed to lay aside Windom’s
.,0.00 1 110...L i D.UO
; ü uu i 4 i
was immediately done and the safe for a similar amount.—Albany
Will practice in all of the cour s of the State.
(’. A. SNOW & CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
All btrsinets plafeo in care of this firm will be
E TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS.
robbed of $900 and a gold watch. Democrat.
I’utentH obtained, and all patent buRines« attended to promptly uud for matu rate fee«.
promptly auenued to.
ing it compulsory upon the Secreta
■Bpei'irnil,-. iodciiiug your pa!r.Hmge
Our Office is opposite the U. s. Patent Office, and we can obtain in leaa time thap ,th«>«<*
’ The robbers escaped.
re i«> keep oRT rea-.t iK p. s e<i uh 1.» tl.<
remote from Washington Send Model or Drawing. We advise ns to patentability free
ry of the Treasury to coin $4,000,-
-Not long since a man took to Sa
i.n i .vLi.i'a ii. ’ is lm H- a I with, < or
■e will bo aave.
reicn in ; t»> 1 he
of chaige; and we make no charge unless patent is secured.
The deadlock which has existed lem a skeleton, saitl to have been
1000 per month instead of $2,000,-
Bltttemvn’8 bilged upou our circuui
We refer lien* to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order Division, and to
s Ulld a « j.»i uiu t, < »Hill ks:
in the lower house of the low» legis found when on a cruise from Will-
1 IlACTICAL SURVEYOR.
officials of the P. S. Patent office. For circular, advice, term«, and references to actual
as now provided.
»era re<iucti.«u t<> uo >early advci-
ili at Offit c. or wrie t»> Publisher.
clients iu your own State or conntv. write to above address.
lature for sometime, ended on the ; apa on Shoal-water bay to Astoria.
if charged extra, a •< cr>iing to spat e;
T. A. McKINNON,
James Gilbret the Mexican eight-1 evening of the 19th ult. The Dem
metal base admi led.
A ring worn on the third finger bore
«»ral medieiRal n p . at no price,
Any ami all kirn’s of surveying done on shoi
er line men s at bsa than 1 > crnis per notne ami reasonable termF. jp”®»-"“ heftier foot giant with Barnum’s show two ocrats get the speaker ami several
the engraving, “To E. V. from E. j
be located, tan have plats furnishe
years ago, and Miss Gwennie Wil , assistant clerks. The Republicans
free of t barge.
B.” The remains are supposed to be '
ia! post ion
> x ra charge per iu
liams, lately lieutenant of the Sal : the speaker pro tern, and the other
riKteati of pdtoid» n a s amlmg iva-k r
those of Miss Eva Burbank, a beau
........... .. .„.■Ui»,n to ad. e i< li week .s run iu v. nh
vation Army, aged 19, height scarce : ollieers, also, the chairmanship of
XXouses and Oottages
tiful ami accomplished lady who:
we s ercot .p< if ail i.ur a » . er! isementß SADI I.’’ AND IIAKNI^ÉBk'H’
ly five feet, were publicly married the most important committees.
ir pu.'ib’Hiiui f . fi each.
lwn:sic. fnB.i Lx ai i .»¡uni m, H <• a tine.
at the armory in Scranton on the
irriage» birth, L and de«’h anni UDcc-
D. S HOPKINS, A rchitect .
e. M>.u h iteiHo ia s.>!i« ited up nevF.
J. C. WELCOME -ÄhL'i'.if£“?>• evening of Feb. 20th. Over 700 Hamilton selected Speaker, and years ago.—Albany Democrat.
J.1 to rcllgi 418, HuC Jul.
Wilson, speaker pro tern.
Grand Rapids. Mich.
Betlroek Democrat: The two con
people were present each paying
Will furii'Hh Designs of House«, Cottages, and Mansions costing from $300 on up to an)
figure wanted. If you mean Io build, send il Io iny addreM, and 1 will mail you a portin
! 50c admission.
lio »»f :::> designs of dwellings, like the one on tile in E art O regon H erald office, with
full plan of each, full size details, complete speeiflentions, and bill of material«, al! very
Townsend, will leave, March 17, Monday forenoon to one anti a
d< aeriptionfexec u e-.l wi;h nealuets
full and complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
tell, at reus table rules.
The Chicago Times (Independ on i trip around the world in less
and completing the work. And If you do not find just what yon want, write me
half years in the penitentary for
what changes you desire made, and I will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with T he
1RS.... », Bill He i is. lf?i»Tllw:n.
H erald . Y.*» u will it as cheap to erect a handgome house ns to wa«te material on an un
Note iie.u s, Curt s. TirKc- f .
sightly building. Wilj aid you in re-consii u. ting your present building.
Democratic party in Illinois is most scribed $3,000 and it is a proposal
at 7 o’clock and are still at large
: excellent. It says “the Republican to beat George Francis Train, of
RALD*i« kep’ ri-gii'd! iV <»:'. I:'*- for re
They used a crowbar anti are sup
- ; j.t i A«i
CBS,... i the Gev. r. L-
1 party is torpid; there is no party Poston, who leaves Tacoma the
Al:van. luSrtouceß'., Nc.v Yolk.
posed to have had outside assist
: approval of the Harrison adminis same day, going west. She will go
ance. Smith and Roundtree re
tration; the Cook county organiza by way of Canadian Pacific to New-
main in jail anti await transporta
NATION Ai .
tion has gone to pieces; the Illinois York, thence embarking on the
senators are at variance with the French steamer La Normand e, for
ing made to recapture th» fugatives,
White House; Gov. Fifer’s appoin Harve, France; thence to Brindisi,
WARRANTED TO DO AS <fr4 |T
who, it is believed are making to <224 ffJ WILL B uy Till: OIIKI.L
n« any One-Hundred Dollar Machine.
«9 I v
>f War ..
tees in the railroad and warehouse Italy, by train; thence by steamer
Benjamin F. Trace v
—GENERAL REPAIRING— hoard are notoriously controlled by
It combines siMri.iciTYwith m haiih . ity — steed , ease <> e operation
Win II. II. Miller
tenerti . .
past Hong Kong to Yokohama.
wears longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, has
John Wann maker
LOWERS ‘ r Geueral
Fourteen days later she will be ex
no inkribbon to bother the operation. It neat, substantial, nick-
J. H. MiK hell
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kinds of typswritin.g
ii. lilnger Hermann
time in last month to hunt out some
Liken Printing Press it produces sharp, (lean, legible manuscript. Two to ten copies
R ii Geo. W. McBride
horses in the mountains; was over
Promptly executed. The building haa been en
can be made at one writings. Editors, lawyers, ministers, bankers, merchants,
G. XX. XX ebb largeu and improved and ia nrepured to turn
The change of Rev. Thomas 8. be waiting to convey her to Pod taken by a storm on his return.
manufacturers, business men, etc., cannot make a* bet ter iuvvHtmentJfor |15.
J. B. McElroy ou'. ui kiiuteoi Dial ksmithing on short notice
• I Eßt ruction a
person in a week can become a Hood operator, or a^rapidone in 2 month»1.
amt ii. IL” • I’L
.c. 11 : Ir.f . < i.s!l.
Childs, from the Presbyterian to the Towsend.
R S. Strahan
I XV m. P. Lord
: ns , ..
any operator who can do better work with a Type-
j Episcopal church is causing harsh
<> W. W. Tim yer
The inventor of a new bogus cof able to get them on; left them and
Writer than that produced by the Odell. ««^-Reliable Agents
• ixTH jrnic
HAUX E Y ADVERTIS E »I ENTS.
fee is putting his article on the went on as far ns his horse would
and Salesmen wanted. Special inducements to Dealers.
L. B. I son
John P. Carter speaking of the pro-
J.. I.. R and
For Pamphlets, giving endorsements, Ac., address the
Eastern market successfully at pre bear him without food; became be
. posed revision of confession of
sent, merely on the strength of the wildered and lost, and was out eight ! 45 ODELL TYPE WRITER CO., T iie R ookery , C hicago , III.
o. W. G ilman
! faith said: “I look upon the ret ¡son
J. NAT. HUDSON
W. A. WISH IRE.
J. T. IlilELDS
remarkable resemblance the spu days before reaching habitation,
Lakex iew, Or.
.« E. ORACH
' as disloyalty, equal to the rebellion rious coffee bean bears to the real having subsisted in that time on
T. 11. Rni.CKTl
W. 11. UllAl.OS
in the southern Stat« s. These min article. It has not the taste of cof the flesh of his saddle horse, which
A. A. < ■> . ISO
WILSHIRE A- HUDSON
..<!»). W. E. Al.BEr.sos
isters who advocate revision, who
.. 1.. 11. B akkh
fee, but is mixed freely with good hunger had obliged him to kill.
W M. MKKKKK
continue in the church, and draw coffee. The shape, color anil varied
I.VTÏ.E 110 VARI.
-Feb. 27, a party of voting ladies
♦ 10,000 salaries, are obtaining
Stage I_ b i n e.
LAKEVIEW AND IIAJINEV, OK.
1. 1!. J as .:-
sizes of the bogus coffee bean when
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and gentlemen were returning from
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This firm practices in the courts of the State money under false pretenses.”
mixed with natural coffee is not
and before ihc L. S. Land office. Any land
ARHEV U. ».R land office :
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
Office or other busint ss entrus t'd to them will
Sensational development, Feb. readily detected by the ordinary
j p H untington receive prop'pt attention.
24th, followed by an accident to a retail dealer, but the experienced were overtaken by a freight train,
MT-LANP CASES SOLICITED.
C. B. BAKER, Sub-Contractor.
PRI CE, 01
workman named Pietzhkjoffgj, who wholesale dealer will detect the on a trestle. One young man, with
Li-avu Frlnevtlle Mondaya «t «1 ■ in.
Arrivai «t Kurin W«<ln<inl>)> nt c p m.
Lear. » Hum» I'liuradavi nt t> a in
Arrivo« nt Prineville .«ntardiyn at 6 p in
fell a distance of 1<M) feet breaking imitation at once. With it alone,
c THOE^^Ki-r ■
both thighs, near Pierre, 8. D. no coffee drinker could beaeoeived,
PEN, ( Mt*
M c C a R t i’aator.
Pietzhkjoffgj thought he was going but with enough good coffee with end of the sills just as the engine I*ti4f»enger rates from Prineville to Burns $7.'O; Round trip fl I—with 00 day* debit
ill be preaching »’• the pFF‘.»r in each
mitfi w ther n»»ti< •••
andntade aconfession. He is it, he would only know “it took a i wept by them. Air brakes were
at h—Bun ß-at 11 a in. ami 7 : 0 p m
COAT-WORTH A TREGASKIS,
iV ath—’atomd Seh- »1 lb uf (— al 11 a in
an exile from Russia, and was im great deal of coffee to make a man set, but not until the engine and
two cars had passed them, The
itb—Burn»— 1« . a n>. and 7TO pm
plicated in the plot to blow up the a cup of good coffee.''
party climbed on top the curs and
lake A ew advertisements .
The case against Mrs. Sarah Al were taken to the freight depot.
names of several high Russian offi
thea Terry, in the U. S. court for
cers who were concerned. He has
. 77, I. O. (». F.
-Two boys, sons of T. B. Clark,
resisting the attempt of a U. 8.
»1, everv satnrdar
Wach maker & Jeweler important documents in his posses Marshal to arrest h<T at order of aged 11 and 13, were badly burned.
M( KiNNoN, N. G.
Iu Herald Buildln j . Room adjoining the Office.
sion to substantiate his assertions.
Open Every Day except intiday, from 9 a m to 4 p in.
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
Justice Fields, (as related at length Feb. 22. The boys were playing
I nkeview, Oregon.
National Democrat: The Senate in T he H erald ) was not dismissed near a powder house where they had Every J a ly and Geatlcniau a web vine Visitor to the Reading Room during the I iouif nauud
committe on privileges and ele tion because she had been ejected by found some powder they supposed
• 1 lepar h daf-
on Saturday, began an investiga the Marshal Is fore the oral order wet; they built a tire to dry it when
DN CITY :
P. IÍ. Ml’RPHY.
tion of the credentials of several was reduced to writing. The illus the powder exploded, setting tire to
» f Frldaxs.«»am.
a l’I .lùp in
for scats in Senate from trations of the manner in which the their clothes. Their cries attract
Halbert E. I’aine lady had been seized, while Judge ed their mother, who seized the
HAY A GRAIN
presented the cas< for the Republi T -rry was struggling with six men. youngest and threw him into a pool
can claimants; Messrs. Sanders, to get to iier aid; of how she of water; the other boy started to
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
Powers and ex-Solicilor-General “clawed” with kid gloved hands: run, faning the. fire into a flame;
•‘The l.eading Company of th" Pacific Northwest.'’
Jei.ks. presented the case for Messrs. of how guardedly the acts of the she finally caught him and tro«».
I. and that iw»»«»
r- ff) l-l;; , \ I 1. O'* I.I I.I.C - A’-
"TH I , , U’Z ■ > 1.1 . -’•1
Ä Î O EfUJirrl.
Magin and Clark, the Democratic U. 8. officials that day were cov ing him the same, Hands and face
- tan ••»
I Ikn.,w a’i
SEEDING with White rare. Hs«
•at«, I • n-nt« h’t
limair. it« marvr
F«r above, nn the Right claimants.
The committee ad- ered by witnesses, “I don’t know.” severely burned, They will prob-
»th. «»<t I « bato bdltm tic« » in k ; th *!>■■•
The Farmer:’ Company.
and two Left vvOque Hai« ob
made In a da
joumed for two we< ks. without con arc amusing to any one conversant ably recover.
i!ed T wish
*. 1 i >
,it?yrco sidering a roque t by Col. I’aine. to with the Terry troubles.
Wiiia j.”TrT>Äi»am. a 'pi X
ui Li i
be fom a a • ..a- ; 1.
be permitted to meet applicants, ry’s case was still under way Feb.
For reliable information, sub
B 'rial, a -I jmhii ;
in.der the Quar.er « irrte-J. on 1
J,C. PARKER Agent,
h • c; f..r Tas IB
Ke’an. a I*. e << writ
merited hcff<t ’
for T he H erald .
■r < e ’ e«r.
ir.’. I» MAMET, Haney, ur
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