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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY. OREGON, THURSDAY, APRÌL 10, 1890.
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Children lire punished for e ugh-
li UK 5 8 ADVERTISEMENTS.
ing in s h ■.'! in Brooklyn.
riño» JLL PA1II ”1'1 lililí 1. .1»
The Sal, Lak" people arc in fa
T. V I EMBUEE, M. D.
Offbcai big n-""'vi,te o*. Hie eaat Ide ot 811-
of turning the Fort Douglas . -Prineville had two and a
BYRD S. SO ¿7.
vicg Kivcr. n*
ile». Luiotv Burna.
Political, Sociul áí
anti I m I-
reservation into u public park.
inches of snow, 29th ult.
ÌEP.S AM> l’llOPHtETORS.
An engine on the East Tennesse
I ew - paper I A a ...
S B. M< PIIESTERS, M. I).
and \ i gimn r »ad is regarded with j -Salmon have commenced
«.«.»Ft«-M «>_> i 1 I
lei h require«’ • ’ Ne nullte by
t j cl ue ; J
ning up the Umatilla in large
f the piiper >'• er :i' i answer h»*
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON.
supeistill'ma dread bv the railroad
id eraid I uilding. Room »djolDlng the Offl ce .
I.it lake nitt pup. r
Pr I * except Sunday, from 9 a m to 4 p m.
unten A. K oriwe't Drugstore.
ii for i g u<»i Lum#
men. Ii s s killed 27 people dur
laktB ilie p.itc
.■'■cry i.,1% uuJ uvumcrnuu a weleoma V iaitor to tha Reading Room during the
The loomei- <■ :m; d on the ing its career.
r tur i’..r pnvrnent
H paper dis >u
Cherokee alrip a; .mi to nunmer
i- h . ..r the i ’ u j
Itor gave ^5 000 sus iy,^nuive tlrasjm ais
uit' ii pa meut is
■».•.iit «v liei her it
to the Ne,
D. L. GRACE,
The « ' an '.e
-.¿Tand slide, near Yaquitlji City,
iiiLtmiii c i ; • a • u is mu lc
Twentv thousmd emdaeer« in ivu—4
■ v. .to ».' k-s ii icijier ¡rom (he
•eat the fu-' unearthed a vein of coal, which ex
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dra.»*n up. chargee reas.Hiabk*. ii-uO. ' struck for higher wage».
perts pronounced of a good qiialit
Ll the i’ui■ igin r <. n.iuu< »>
Tin- Mississippi and Onio rivers,
_ :er if -.".tl i io | ■. . for .'if ---------
Mrs. Ckvchmd laid tlie Corner
-A fire broke out in the Dalles,
bi tlie p. s o'Hf e Ti.m pr.»< e«*’ k
mat a mull must pa.\ for what be ,
stone of the l'.ye and Lar Firmary, according to latest accounts, are 24th tilt., doing damage to tl -
rapidly rising, and fears arc en
Ihave de: tded that refusing tr
t^SETS OVER A QUARTER^OF A MILLION DOLLAP"
in New York, Marell 15,
au i periooii a s iroin the post
tertained of heavy damages and amount of f 1,500. Insurance u -
g < them uncalled f. r, .. iihou
“The Lending Company of tho Pacific Northwest. ’
In:-. is prirnu facia evidence ol
Near the town of Snyder, N. Y., great destruction of property.
VATU DWELLINGS AND FARM PROPERTY A «PBCU ITT -*KJ. -WV
there is a gander 90 years old. and
-It is estimated that the stoek-
Olaf Kraver, an esquimaux, i-
still strong and vigorous.
the first woman of lwr r ice to come men of Klamath county have 1 st
T’ie Færrrers’ Company
f. A. SlVEEti.
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State Treasurer Noland, of Mis forward as a pul lie lecturer. She about 40 per cent during the p I
OF SALEM, OREGON.
souri, has been admitted to bail m speaks Fnglnh with remarkable' hard winter.
A LD (’LTD LIST
-A man, named Win. Brown, J. C. PARKER Agent,
Burn1 , Or-
in . - :
I charge of embezzlement.
feet four inches.
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suicide, 23 ult., in Ma
i A Colusa undertaker got an or An English naval officer has in
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rion county because his girl went
|rp« r’> Young People
n’B Manifold Cyclopeiliu,. i.UO
der for a coditi that measured 6 ft. vented a pneumatic line throwing back on him.
hil v. ini'." aiUT Vol. .»< veins;
[ver Volume. 1». b a :e.
3 in. long, 34 in. wide by 42 in. gun, very light and portable, which
¡n'l theabme works ■ an ba ex
-Damages on the Southern Pa
-tires a hollow shell, bearing the
in lib* Reai.i ... iL.o.u.
cord, to a wri cked vessel, or into cific railroad in, Sou’hern Oregon,
Over half a million dollars has burning buildings on dry land.
fers of peri.n'i' ti's are s •! ' iteti
has been repaired, and through
ra es a < .-p - »1 i heir ... : k f< r
i cen invested ot late by London
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Lil ' ihf
W. W, Cardwell,
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
The spectacle of several thou- trains are now running betw< ■ n
capitalists in Lower California
A T T O II N EY-AT- L A W.
s md of Rome's fashionable folks, Portland and San Francisco.
M. D. HOPKINS, P roprixtob .
Bt KNS, Ou.
standing in the drizzling rain one
-From reports we get in our ex-
fhd GaorieJ, the Mission Indiali, whole afternoon to see Buffalo Bill’s changes it is thought the roads of
Î o, bufere the U. 8. Land Olhce.
4CR ,;1 wk f 2 VS
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIRST-CLASS.
died i:i the county hospital , at Sa- cowl ovs bi. ax wdd ponies from our State will all be clear of snow in
I. and M atters t S i - eualty .
a short time, and the mail running
I . is
luO years old.
sight of . the trivialities with which again according to schedule tinn
fg new fHoiige, Room», aud Furniture) and offer« eourteoua garvlee to t.
«EO. W. BARNES,
12. .1/ iC.b
The bill imposing a tux on for society iik.s lobe amused.
-The Review reports the cattle
The German Empriss-is forming
eign corporations uoing Lutiness in
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
of that section will not make a !
.Maryland, has passed bolli houses a “League lor tlie Preservation of
While reapfNMBb' B-> !•
as wo d«aira’tok®i>rM’ir rea.ji.tH p s e-i .-s
.good habits’’ among Prussian la
and gone to the Uuvernor.
b£g! g<>u«a^^^^Klblv fi/i.'h i.»
Attorneys at Law,
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res poll<em e
dies. The members of which hind they do not expect many caves,
j I’tiKcii ir,>.«ii uur circuiu
vVid pía« tice in all of the cours of the s*.a»e.
you h thig a
Ali busi.ftFB piaeed in cure of ihiB firm will he
themselves to discourage luxury in and the cattle being in poor coiidi-:
_2_»n (u ail vearly adver proinp
’.L attended to.
working night and day turning out every form, both for themselves tion.
i'u, or wiitt to Pubiieher.
a extra, a- cordii k tu «pate;
Oanenl 31mksmith & Wagon -maker
I ice uiuchims. They claim their
V I ¡milted.
and their friends; to wear fewer,
it inn I a«'ft. a- no price.
-A fourteen year old boy. son of
machine will make ice lor •rl.uO a more simple ijad < hec.per dresses,
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¡1 R. SUH LAO EL
i t a, ft; ihun 1 ■ < cl s per
fariy, ur uj t ents, transient,
R. J. MeKUTop, near Salem, March
and to practice rigid economy in 23, killed himself by discharging
Ln $ extra « hni 'ic per in
g p. si I ¡.n a s n mi i h .-, ;< a : r
I the load ofa self-cocking revolv , reptoare 1 do all Kinds nf W j a c h blacksmith line Norse Shoeing
At Wicliiie, Ky., March 24, a ! their household.
t a . M c K innon ,
!i .. k i>; ;
in >» i h
__ _ _|A b arc giecjfotvnc a'l our a lver: isenioiits no-ice anti itusoniible terms. ¿-äff“* Settler
The Louisiana Lottery Company in his breast, killing him instantly
z-B U G G I E 8, WAGONS, E T C.,->
dl < han gee afier Mil i.-ur ’uMii tuiot f ,
t.m ii. wisinng to he lot ale.I, t an have plu s furiLshe
three men outright, and slightly m- on 22 ult., offered tho Governor His mother is insane over the ..e-
“AdvCFliftimg Ln '<>■ iti tcili'.H'B, i (' Il line. fiche
MACK TO OnoBS V1T11 HBATNBAK, AND OF OOOD 4VAI.ITT.
£«tff**Marri:uo, Kir >. n
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juring three others, Cuuse of ae- of Loui-iana, a check for $100,000 cident ard the father is terri' Iv
neniB free. su«-li i e? s r -liri’.ot hn n<- t.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
<jafr»iaiberal ratet- li-rol io re.ign im
cideiit nut known.
nd oilut a-.luaai b j<i eg.
to be used in strengthening the shocked.
SADDLE AND HARNESS S 71 OP
ill's. Harrison and party arrived levees. The Governor returned it: -Governor Pennoyer recently
Charleston, boutn Carolina, with a letter, in >vhich he said: “On granted a full pardon to Perry Os
J. C. WELCOME - PiiopuiEToR.
rtd deapalch, at rep b
Marell 13, and were taken to ail the eve of a session of the Legisla burn, convicted for larceny in Mur
L BS, Irruí«.-*,
“ À K P*.a:<
: points of interest. In the evening ture, during which the renewal or row county, and sentenced to on.
( art's, Tit kc ' s ,
extension of your charter will be year in the county jail. The par
a reception was held.
| acted upon, a question virtually af don was granted on recommenda
ep; re gill ml y or fi-<• for re
A north bound train, at Nashville fecting the interest, of this State. I
P. Il* well S'ev f j tiper Ati CHAS. SAMPSON - - B urns , O u
Bprucost., New York
ran into a misplaced switch, March have no right to place the people; tion of the jndge and prosecuting
DICKSON <fc SULLIVAN
24, wrecking several ireight cars, under obligations to your company,: attorney, the offense being a most
killing two colored men and injur in however small degree, by my ac trivial one.—Long Creek Eagle.
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
ing several other persons.
-A regular cyclone passed over
ceptance of a gratuity from it.
Everything in our line of the Best. Liquors—Whiskies, Braud!«»,
I enjamin Harrison
The President, March. 24, issued Therewith return you the check.’’ a portion of the Blue mountains
Levi I’. Morion
Wiue Fancy Drinks, etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand whun
tile aim.ial proclamation, warning
Congressman Reyburn mail" the
chem creek in a northeasterly di
you call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drewsey, Harney county, Or.
Refi field Procter ADOLPH TUPKER---- Piioe’u
benjamin P. Times
waters. 1 ne proclamation doesnot phia House of Refuge, were fre ruction, and for a few minutes the
Jeremiah M. HUfek
—G E N E R A L 11 E BA HUNG— dittcr from previous ones.
heavens were clouded with trees
Wni li. H. Miilcr
quent and terrible, and that (In
an 1 branches. Aheavy hail storm
D. D. Spencer, who wrecked the complete testimony to prove it is accompanied it. It caused but lit
( J. N. Dolph
i J. II. MiH l.e.l
Cook county national bank and being put in shape for the legisla tle damage, other than the trees
It. .Binger liunnuLn
tive committe by detectives Wag'-n-1
Geo. W. Mcbri i<> Promptly executed. The building Ims been en Stale Saving Institution in 1817,
uprooted in its path.— Union Scout.
<’. W. Webb iargc’t and improved and iff tirepnred to turn
hurst and Mrs Lowe. Mr. Rey
J. K. MeK!r.>y out ail kind» of blackamiihinx on thort notice has returned to Chicago, alter be
Pa'-,, a .»b aine 1, an 1 all paienl business attended to promptly'and. for medari'.u u..
Frank hakci and in the beat »«)le. Tern s; (’agh.
Our i ll
iK ..pp.-mte the U. H. Puient Oilh e, and we can obtain in lcaa Hine than lb.
-On the night ot 23 lilt , some
ing a fugitive Hom justice 13ycars.
R. S. Strahan
remole from Wash ngluu Send M.itlel or Drawing. We advise .as to patentability ;•».
years ago, in which a boy died there hard characters, probably mem’ e s
Th uv er
..f 4-liaige: anil we make no charge lit-.leas patent la secured.
The levee at New Orleans broke after being hung by his thumb»-. of the gang which has lately inf< 1
it:;:.’ t» /
; : t
Vf nder here
he P- a nag er, the ¿uperintendent of Money Order' Division/"and* Hi
. in h >i the U. -8. Patent office. Fur circular, advice, terms, and reference» to aeiu.d
anil the river completely suomerned Ib- had heard of bove being carried cd this locali v, c trd the r< si-
.a iu your own ituie or couutv. write to above address.
the back pait of tlie town. 1 lie out of there dead. He gave as an I deuce of Mrs. Hill below Bendlc-
a . v. ;sHir.E,
example of cruelties the whipping ton, during the abs nce of herself
'V. G ii . iiam
T. bill ELL8
critical; a fire breaking out in some of a poor girl with a double rattan.' and sons, and held high carnival '
E. GRA< K
(i>> T. H. R oberts
of the larger ouildmgs add -d to th by a man. All this in an institu with its contents. Furniture was I
U . K. <<RAI.-ON
A. A. CO ING
tion that was professedly not a
danger oi the situation.
.Ub. W. E. ALFER8ON
place of punishmei.t, but a refuge turned topsy-turvy, bureau drawers
!.. B. H a KBR
W m . M eeker
and trunks were ransa-k I and
LAKEVIEW AMD HARNEY. OR.
TTouses and Oottages
Internal Revenue Collector Ed for th" unfortunate.
L ytle H o yard
This firm pr icticesiu the eouris of the 'tate man, ot New York, dismissed ins
everything left in a chaotic muddle
1. r>. J ames anil
before the I . N. Land (itii'e. Any land
A letter received by Ivan Bruir for th" lady of the house to straight-1
Office or <»ther iiuaiin ss entrusted to them will five Democratic deputies a few days
off from a Russian exile, Countess
ret cite vrun pt attention.
D. 8. HOI’KINS, A rchitect .
jtO-LANi) < A>ES SOLICITED.
ago. When li Republican lust a Nnrraiknow, in London, gives some on out on her return. The thieves '
L LAND filTTCE:
Grand Ilaplda. Mkh.
. J. B. HUNTINGTON
job under the late administration, painful revelation-of the condition took several articles which strm k
•r. n«« » » itfBgFB, a id Mansione coatin> from ftOO
ap tr «n >
..H arrison K ell « y
'» .l.»r '|l to in » »«IHreee and J will mall yew • ^< i'
<• ..t< Hie In B ast O beoom K bbald office, "b
quotes fiom letters received from Si gun. The moral p inted is that,
ip»* r BMK'ificattuiio. and Mil of materiale, al'!
f.i«T In ■
squeal d like a stuck pig.
urp«* Her or builder will bate notroabieia (ui
beria. These letters give statistics during the present state of affairs
* If ■ ..»i do not find juet what yon want, write > «
ahead am ii
e . . inmutiate tou. <>r leare Ordere with Tri.
n bai '-ha
I EPISCOPAL CHl'R- !l
An elephant at Philadelphia died
« i»at> '• -.me h.,w»e ae to wa-te material oa an
Haw 4LU You ' ■ I • rii
COATsWOBTlI JI TItr.GA: K IS,
upon as quite correct. The exiles it ts unsafe to leave a residence un
UrfhLy bmlUlilx. »V »j aid )uM In re lunetroi ting your preeent bcildiag
suddenly from enlargement of the t > Siberia in 1 ■'■■45 numbered 16,184 guarded.—E. Oregonian.
the pu»'or in each
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heart. Its heart was found to b. ihilist or their supporters. In
Ir.’ i a in. tnd 7:iC p in
It r.<>. 1 Ht 1 su— alila in
; I IODO!
-The largest real estate trans-'
abnormally large. It more than 1887 there was :.<lded 14.277 more.
F-ai 7;.. • p ni.
rv H a tn, ard 7 f0 p in
ever engineered in Spokane
B—at 11 a in. and 7..Op in
lbs. The big hearted, but unfortu in 1889 the exili s were 12,000. Of Falls was consummated the other
the number ex.l -d the deaths range day. It was a sale of almost all
Wachmakerí; Jeweler, nate, animal was 114 years old.
from 180 to 220 per thousand, which
the holdings of tie- Northern Pa
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
It .s ¡eported colder in Alabama, is due to natural sickness, cold, ex cific in th city to a syndicate of
posure and knout punishment.
i. o. o. F.
Georgia, Florda, and South Caroli Suicides average al out twenty ja r Spokane Falls and St. Paul capital
lift . everv baturdav
M* KiNNoN, N. C.
na than ever before known at thie thousand. During the mouth of ists. The property comprises 148
— If W
' -r THF '• I- F 1.1. TVfF WrilTER
WABRAMTCD To 80 AIFar f
hk an. (>ne IIumirvl Dollar Macbine.
season of the year. In western August. 1W, in one of the ; olitic.al acres, and the consideration was
P. II. MURPHY.
D. W. G. A. R.
prisons. 275 of the 490 prisoners
We ir.< a av of ea< h LAKEVIEW
■J, BVO.fWO. Another largo trancac
Hal'. All l'ontrade»
was ten degrees, and the tobacco, were prostrat' d will. typhoid fiver. tion was the sale uf thirty feet on
■ ’ i<
' o-t > f repairs than any other machine, ha
"Hospital accoiiui. alations being
1IAY Ä GRAIN
i in t»li
. M. BRI!'RLY
i. . '.he
ration. It neat, sutietantia), nick
insufficient. many of
the fever River-ide avenue, near Howard
i adapted to all kinds of typewriting
The great Bear river canal in racked .patient ■
pt in c. Ils
front foot. Tl.e Tra
- <nn l.rthl* iixnawcriai Two 1«tea
Utah, for the construction of which with those not nffected with di der»’ National Bank was the pm
r , Uwy«r«,
ses* ’. For Jack of medical attend
un. t ?’..cnniioi niAke a,letter iurratmant‘for |L.
in I m • < ine a Gi*od oparatur, or a rapiilone In f m
ance many die 1. In another part
expected to be one of the most tx of the prison a riot occurred, H t sold thirty feet on Riv -rsidj avenu-
41 fr HI .
who can do better work with a T> -
I SOKRFL ' El DIX . w h WM
a bra .de 1 o n wfih f*ara>.i
tensive irrigation works in this what in reality is only a slight in- farther down, fur 130,000 cash.
n th pr> duced
tb" fldell, ----------------------
IV! iii 'IK j 1 efi
country. It will irrigate 200.005 i fringeoamt of sotne castiron prison These arc th« highest pricM ever.
i< a wanted,
Fjwcial inducements to Deelere.
rule. The a venire of thoee (logged
, , , . ,,
LAR'.B H4T GXLDI^G.
1 or Pamphlet*, giving endorsement«, Ac addrMgth*
I Quarter «irre p>.ia • «p. iMe.ri-iWp,. acres in Salt Lake valley nod 0.000. with the knout, 1 > "»I oft very lmn- P“'? f>r f’1 Jt 1:1 U‘c Clt’r
*« wl.hin the u vruraed by h ritentai Uiv^
4Ô > ODELL TYPE WRITER GO, T h » lUxn'T. Ctu< M» lu-
:id«.-r . a« 4 i «rte'< ir la J. on Laftsh-nil ar
T he D rewsey S aloon .
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