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E ast O regon H erald
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1890.
T. V. B. EMBREE, M. I).
There are fears entertained ofi
an overflow from the Ohio and Mis
$2.50 a Year
In the Senate, March 3d, the bill, -25,000is estimated loss of cattle*
fixing the salaries of judges of the. in Douglas county.
Political, Kixial, ItellKioua. anti E«l-
^ ni > P roprietors .
United States district ,courts at
-Salem will soon have n läge box
$50(X) per annum, was taken up factory, operated by Eastern capi
In Herald Building, Room adjoining the Office.
S B. M< PHEETERS, M. D.
Open Every Day except Sunday, from 9 a in to 4 p m.
Every Lady and lieu tic in an u welcome Visitor to the Reading Room during the hours named
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
lured to give notice by
»er does not answer the
Office at W. E. Grace’s Drug Store.
Mrs. Matilda L. Case, a widow of -The interest on the indebtedness
does n.»t take his paper
reas.Hi for its not l»eiiig
of Jackson county amounts to about
<io t> > makes the p»>st-
Young Abraham Lincoln died at Brooklyn, sixty years of age, was
L pnnllsher for payment
$8000 or $9000.
ivrs his paper diseoti
London on the morning of March
arrearages, or the Pub
by the name of ■ George J. Bolls, • -A Nebraska man bought 15,000
uni it uiiili payment is
hole amount whether it
p. L. GRACE,
whose age is only nineteen.
br not. There tan be
sheep recently from a settler in
till payment is made.
Spaniards are predicting Spain
fHkt s a paper from the
Wed to his lutine or an
would soon be a republic were the
B siil.ßeribed or not. iß Publication Notices, correctly anti promptly
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
atteuded to. Deeds. Notes, und Mortgages
norther in Texas. Th»' nrercury; -The E ast O regon H erald of
baby king to die.
wrs hiß paper stopped legibly drawn up. i barges reasonable. 11-50.
sank to 20 dtigrni s bok j' 'rceainp Jan. 16th, has jm-v lieen received
“Tho Leadr ig Comp-tnv of the Pucii-J Northwest.”
v Publisher continues
bound tu pay for it if
A woman at Shelbyville, Indiana, point in many places. The fruit at The Call exchange desk.
XSW-I’BIVATE VW KI.I.ISSS AXDFARM PROPERTY A SPH ULTV. ~Wa -,
toffiee. This proceeds
U must pay for what he
has married her ninth husband, crop badly damaged and early veg
J. NAT. HUDSON,
-Owing to the storm blockade,!
cided that refusing t<
having seven others living. Bets etables destroyed.
The Farmers’ Company
iodi< als from the p» si
people in Rogue river valley
Uncalled for, withoii 1
primti fin ia evidence nt
Oiliee: BURNS, OR.
The famous sugar king, Claus was without outside mail for over a ;
OF SALEM, OREGON.
the number a dozen inside of five
Spreckles, with a party of capital month.
J.C, PARKER Agent,
ists from Philadelphia are in Flori-
-It is reported that the through
delpliia (Fla.) with a view to start trains from San Francisco to Port
ing a great sugar growing industry. land, Or., cannot be expected be
oar du ali-niM
Oiliee: Burns Oregon.
The condition of the climate, as1 fore the first of April.
HERALD i 8
in«l Harpei ^
FROM PRINEVILLE TO BURNS.
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-It is estimated that Jesse I).
those of the sugar growing districts
T, ad Alden’s '.Ui--
Leaves Prineville Mondays at 6 a m.
Arrives at Burns Wednesdays at 6 p in.
i extra ver Vviu
It is stated President Harrison is cattle during the past winter.
blue: Harney City and Burns.
Leaves Burns Thursdays al 6 a m.
Arrives at Prineville Salnrdajs at 6 p iu
upicBiif a’l then
endeavoring to prevent a favorable
-.LI ! leisure iu the
-A calf was seen during the
consideration of the Silver bill,
Publishera oí p*
floating down Scott river on Passenger rates from Prineville to Burns $7.50; Round trip $14 with 00 days delay.
which was reported bv the finance
uahtuz ran>, ah •
committee to the Senate, and which a stack of straw, eating as uncon
A TTO RNE Y-AT-L AW.
was drawn up by Senator Jones, of cernedly as if standing in its own
lli iixs, On.
Nevada. Several senators have barn-yard.
I’nicti-es in nil the courts o.'the State,
"ZE! D' LUTISI N<
-The Piutes of Inyo co., Cal., are
been summoned to the White Houss
L and M atters a S pecialty .
wk i •; ‘
Ex-Congressman Taulbee, who and urged to try and push Secreta increasing in population. They
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was shot by Kincaid, Friday Feb. ry Windom’s measure. This bill, are peaceful and industrious, and
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THE HOPKINS HOUSE.
29th, is considered by his physician however, the silver men are quite The Index suggests that several
to be in a very dangerous condition. confident, can never receive serious
M. 1). HOPKINS, P roprietor .
His condition is such that the phy consideration. The Pacific Coast provement.
ITU FOREIGN »0 1
sicians are fearful of the result of Senators are satisfied the Jones
-The contract for a monthly line
Attorneys at Law,
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
bill will go through.
h IK I »
an operation to remove the ball.
of steamships between Portland
•e iv keep our rvu
•* i- .■
uud rulht ilc ftriiih
»11 busiiiers plnced in eure of Ibis tirni will be
and Asiatic ports has been ap
•e will be ravc-i
ronijMiy uitended tu.
T T. 1;
The Supreme Court of Jackson,, An account in S. F. Examiner,
and offers courteous servlc’e to every Gasst.
proved. The first steamer will ar
« Uild adjuitlHU
r¡ .' Hi
•crai reduct tu» t>
Miss., on the third day of March, I March -1th, of another red-handed
II nt Office, or wi I
• charged extra,
afiirmed the sentence of the lower' murder committed by Indians in i
crop of tea.
netal base aduliti»
irai mu ikii$a 1 aik
court in the case of Jake Kilrain. Arizona: A freighter, named Her
rtiae aeu a at leas
-A bridge across Eagle creek, Or.
T. a . M c K innon ,
pritv, \ early, vr Lu
which is two months imprisonment bert, on the road with his wagon
al position «Äxtra charge per iu
Any and all kinds of »»rveying done on shot | in the jail at Purvis and $200 fine. loaded with merchandise for Globe, was finished recently by Baker I
nolice anti reasonable terms. /«T“ Settler
lates«! of pvaUiou a
Wee k ¡s run : u .»i.h wishing i<» bt located, t an hirve plats furnishc The decision in the Sullivan case was murdered on the night of ; county tax-payers, who paid $2600 j
free of charge.
Cenerai Blacksmith & Waeon-maker.
yes ervotype all our «¿ver Iseineiiis
was to be rendered on Monday, March 2d. They took his horses for it. Before it was a week old n *
after 1st four pubiictii ¡..us. »1 cm h.
and burned his wagon; they, also,
ertising in local columns, ice it line,
L akeview , O rruom
riage, birth, and 'lenii-, timi»»urne
SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP
destroyed the military telegraph when the whole structure collapsed
Nll< h iiemg |k»1|< ¡led HK Ileus,
irai ra*eg offered to religious, k m iuL
Speaker Reed says it is hard for line by cutting a pole and stealing and 50 animals were drowned.
I q U^I bodieg.
Prtpuaird i!o»ll KllVtcIWolr In 111 11»< kimllh Hic.
Utile Ibttirg »I Fil I«w »••«
J. C. WELCOME - P roprietor the Republicans to bring a quorum a portion of the wire, thus cutting
I together, because Providence keeps
off communication between the mili
<-B U G G I E 8, WAGONS, ET C.,-x
escription exenite l w i : ì i u < h h .. » k
away from the house from six to tary posts. The crime was report of Marion county, publish’over their
h, at reasonnble ra:< »■
MADE TO OHDFR WITH NEATNESS, AND OFÜ.OOD QUALITY.
eight of its membership of 169. ed by couriers, and the troops were
A L L W O R K W A R R A N TEI>.
Note Hea<i|, Cards, Tic gets,
The Maine statesmaii has, therefore,
Dud gei a, Etc.
CHAS. SAMPSON - - B i iins , O r kindly undertaken to supply this ordered out. It is not known to er ami Robert A. Miller, is to nomi
what tribe the Irdians belong, but
defect in the arrangement of Provi the depredation has created a pan nate Republicans who advocate the
LD is kept reguhirivon ¡’»1« for re
same principles as they, it is bold
le Geo. P. RaWell New spatter Ad
eau, 10 Spruce st . m - a y . h
ic and many ranches arc reported admission that the Democracy will
The New York ballot reform pe abandoned.
triumph at the polls in June.
FICIAL DIREI tony.
tition is eight-foot thick and was ! In reply to a question ftom the
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carried on the shoulders of fourteen Home Market Club of Boston. Sec -Catholic Sentinel-. Swan lake,
men into the assembly chamber, retary Rusk says there is nothing Oregon, which has been completely
P evfeiktok *.
DICKSON A SULLIVAN
. Levi I’. Mortoti ADOLPH TITRER----- P kop ’ h
storms of applause. The in the soil and climate of this coun dry for two years, owing to the re
James G Blfiinp
: e >.
—G E N E R A L R E I’AIRIN G— book is 26 in. wide, 32 in. long and try to prevent the production of
Job nW. Noble
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
. Kedf.dd Proctor
8 feet thick, containing over 51,000 every class of wool remunerative I filling up; and the settlers, who
hjamin F. Trai ey
Everything in our lino of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies
signatures from New York and over and in commercial quantities. The'
^ryl .. .....JSy. Win II. II Miller
in its margin and bottom, are now
enprgl . . .. Y.John \\ HI.uninker
Wines, Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand when
10,000 from Brooklyn.
productioa of carpet-wool, he says groping for dry land; and some arc
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J. . N I).»]ph
you call on “Uncle Dick," at Drewsey, Ilarney county, Or.
H. Mitchell Promptly executed. The building has been on
George La Blanche, who defeated does not keep pace with the re making preparations to move out.
B n „ t 1 Ilrriiiuiiii Igrged and ln»|»rov<‘d and is vrepared to turn
.. DA I veste
■gter l’enDover out all kinds of blacksmithing on short notice Jack Dempsey a short time ago at markably rapid growth of carpet
They will probably have the satis
IJ. <ie»'. W.
• Mr 11 ride and in the beat style. Terms: Cash.
w-w a > <« . •.»».» . . , a >
11 f.v z.l 1, wL/• : 4
G. W. Webb
California Athletic Club, has con- manufacturing in this country, be faction of seeing their homesteads
J. IL McElroy
sented to meet Dempsey again on cause that class of wool lias lieen supplied with an abundance of wa
I R. Win. S. Strahan
C. A. SNOW A CO.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
s W W. Thayer
ratea’H obt«ine<l, »ud all pMont biioliicHH Httesded to promptly sad for moderate faaa
I JCPICIAL M.ri:l.T:
tion is: that Dempsey or his back-
O»r office 1» opposite the I’ S. I’stcnt office, and we cat> obtain In 1 cm time than those
-Portland World: Many of our
remote from Washington Seuu Model or Drawl»« We advise as to patentability Ira«
ers put up $5000 in sure hands of foreign carpet wools. The law
J. NAT. HUDSON
W. A. WISH IRE,
ol chaise: and we make no choree nnlt-sa patent la secured.
pending the fight, and if he is de- is so framed, also, as to admit, at the exchanges are bemoaning their sad
We refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order’ Division, and; So
official» ol the I’. H. Valent Office For circular, advice, terms, and refersuees to actual
feated by Dempsey, La Blanche carpet wool rates, many grades of fate, th»'y having been victimized
clients in your own State or conntv. write to above addreaa.
takes down the $5000 and Dempsey finer wool, thus also, opperating
’ East Portland, M. D. Those carry
ing the ad. seem to have taken it un
sole proprietor. La Blanche claim those classes of wool.
v \ REVIEW AND IIABNEY, OR.
srr.i ' E, i
der impression that they were deal
This firm practii vs in the courts of the State ing his business is worth $10,000. I
The local press are puzzled over ing with a woman. Of him the Al
and before the L. S. Land Office. Any land
Office or other bnsin« kk entrusted to them will But if La Blanche should lie the the case of John J. O’Connor, a
bina Courier says, that Dr. O. 8.
ret vive vroirpt attention.
victor, Dempsey takes back the most remarkable one. It was
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XW-LAND CASES SOLICITED.
$5000 and La Blanche retains his claimed he died and his body taken Murry, alias Dr. Olympia S. Murry
D. S. HOPKINS, A rchitect .
saloon. On these conditions, he to the Morgue, where it was identi-i is one of the most worthless, drunk
says “he will meet him and none fled by his wife, who had him en, crazy old bilk» that ever an
Ilr.mil Rapili«. Mirh.
Will lurni.h I»«I«1I»O( II.,»..., C,4tw<-«. »»<1 M»n»l<mj <-< »tir>w Dom I3U» »11 up 10 •«»
buried in Calvary cemetery. A noyed this community.
II »•> my «d'ir»» »»<11 will mal you a
few days later it was claimed that
Hoof Xl.tHlRlilof dwolUnt». I,»« fl»’oil,, oli HI.- it, K>«T Oaitwow If eu»l.n offi< e. wltb
-Heppner Gazette: Outside ex
full plan of eaeh. full »lz<- dolali». ‘ ompl.-t.- api-< ir» ■»'""•■ »"d$1 ’fZJ
COAT-WORTH .1 TREGASKIS,
We read in sume of our cx- O'Connor was alive; his wife had changes are engaged in writing edi
full and .-onipl. tr ao any ordinary . aip.ml.-r or l.uilder will haw noirrmbla In »olaj
...... «.I and eorÄpl-tlnic the work
Ind II ;.,u .lo noi hud Ju.l what yon w.ut wr le m.
been mistaken, and the man who
wl,»t r hanr.'» »o» de»iru iuad.-. «1 d I will aeeommmlate ..a or lean rir *,r» with Tm
pastor in each
was taken to the grave was not her torials on the “Improvidence of
Il eu ,Ll>. Yau will It >> cheap toetv. I a bandeóme hot.».- ». to wn-le m»terlnl on »nan
alghtly hulldltm W1Ó aid ,«.u In re conetrnetla« your preeeirt I« lldtiig.
i. and 7:10 p m
husband. It now transpires there Stockmen’’ of our interior country.
•e— at II n in
pa canyon, Arizona, Feb 22d, is every reason to believe O’Connor Stockmen of Eastern Oregon were
, and 7.:o p m
caused by an immense Hood of was not buried by proxy, but in gem-rally better prepared with feed
k, a ml 7:. i'p tu
his own proper person, some time
Wachmaker & Jeweler water. Those who saw it say the between
the night of Monday. Feb this winter than any previous win
water came down in an almost per
ter. However, there would have (
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
pendicular wall of 90 or 100 feet ruary 10. and aft»*rnoon of Wed
nesday. O’Connor is said to have been much more feed in the coun
t. o, <>. r.
been seen Saturday night, and try had last year escaped the
it. Boulders weighing a ton were stated most emphatically the grave drought which affected range as1
NNoN. X <,.
I tifkwkitf . ii warranted to no ah gjg
P. II. MURPHY.
thrown about as a child would toss in the cemetery is empty, ami he well as crops. Yet stockmen were S15 *,u i. *i r rur. oi»ri
as any Uue HtTrUreJ Dollar Machine.
a ball; iron bars broken ami twist exhibited a cut which had been
L A. K.
able to put up an abundance of It combines simfi . k iTYwith i ikibh . ity —« feed , ease OF OPKRATIO.W
is Uy of cat h
ed out of shape: a safe containing made half-way n< ross the abdomen.
He is of the opinion he was really hay, it was thought. Had East wears longer without cost of repairs than any other
$7000 was carried away and not buried; his body was taken up and
no inkribbon to bother the operation It neat. Rubrtantial, nick-
ern Oregon escaped with even the
ÌHLY. P <
el-plated—perfect and adapted to all kind« of typewritin g
yet found. It is supposed that the conveyed to a dissecting r»<un while
»everest of winters, as compared
I ik«a rrintin» I’rewit pr„.l>..
»I, < ■
:»*n. l», iM» nuiui«. «ipt
Two to ten <-i.|u»»
loss of life, when ascertained, will in a state of suspended animation,
with the past, the loss would have
<an he made «totiew Alina.
iiiii.i-t--. l.iuiUr.. mj-rehanln,
reach 50 or 60. Many bodies were and that when the incision was
mnnnfiii-t’irer». bn.tne~ n,M. el
-• i. tiu.kv
bsvn nominal, but the February Au intelliyent |<ru»n in a week can ’ fne Good operator, or a^r»»| i«ione in S months
• I« R»w»r4.
found thirty miles l>elow where the made it caused a flow of blood which
restored him to consciousness. He storm following that of January,
N m RREI. ».ELDIN'« with White Fa'-», lisa
II.CMIO offered anv operator wr.o »n do U tter work with a Type-
All the re states he went to lodging-house
brand«** IkJI wilh Par above, «»n the Right flood overtook them.
found stockmen ill-prepared to
and two Left-ublique Rats uu
Writer than that produced by the • 'dell, f W“ Reliable Agent»
mains are more or less mutilated, Monday evening, and he knew noth
meet it. Free advice to the stock
and Haleatnen wanted Spc al indneementa to Dealers.
LAR'.E RAY <«F.I IHMG Branded T »Mh while, in several easses, only frag ing more till Wednesday night,
aya, * am.
For Pamphlet»», giving «ndo'ie’-ent». Ac , addree» the
quarter « in le. i.-in i np. above, andv
ay a 10 4->p m
(.» within ihr ’ ¡ «*r. aa-<i by h«»tisr>ntal ba’v-/vF ments of the body have been re when he found himself seated on
under the quarter < in le J. on Left Nhonkler.
TYPE WRITER CO. ’ i R- okfry , C hk - awo , III.
the court-house steps in a dazed
return above drttantw*«l fenraea to I J .«»ROTT covered
ly out of place.
cor.d:tion, weak and sick.
nr J. II MINIM. Ilan ey. Ur.
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FROM ALI j PARTS OF THE WORLD
Office at his rcsli’ert e o»» flic east ide ot Sil
vie« River, tei. irikt. below Burns.
T he D rewsey saloon .