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O regon H erald
BUHNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL ^1^890.
$2.BO a Year
The Hermit’s Queer Prophecy.
THE COMING EUROPEAN WAIl.
In August, 1857, the Bavarian
»LINKED EVERY THURSDAY
Allgeuieinc Zeitung printed a re Ur rlgium tobe the Battle Ground
T. V. B. EMBREE. M. D.
Frante and Germany.
markable projjh^py, which had
Office at his raider < e ou (he east Ide ot Sil
C. BYRD a SON.
vio« River, ter. dies Lclow Burns.
been made by an old hermit, many
Political, Social, Ileligimi«, and Ed years before.
BLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.
The Brussels correspondent of
In it the rise of-Napoleon III waB
Paris Matin has just had an in
Murders, Suicides. Thefts, Accidents. clearly outlined, as was abso the
S B. McPHEETERS, M. D.
Open Every Day except Sunday, from • a m to 4 p ■».
istmnsierla required to give notice by j
Losses by Fire, Flood, Rail,
interview with Major 8. Every Lady uud Gentleman
a welcome Visitor to the Reading Room during the hours aaased.
Au8tro-Pru8sian and the Franco-
returning the paper do«« nut answer tlie |
hen u sulwriber due« uot take lib paper
Girard, the oflieer of the Enginneer
Prussian warsand the Commune of
he office, and the reason for it« not being I Office at W. E. Grace's Drug Store.
Any neglect to do so makt s the p<#t
The levee just above Catfish Point, Paris. He told how the death of ! Corps in the Belgian army, who re
responsible to th** publisher fur payment j
I ativ pers-a order« h.8 paper «I ubcou
Miss., broke April 4th, and to-night Pope Pius would occur in 1876 or cently resigned his commission in
, lie miiHi pay all arrearages, or the Pub
inav continue to send it until pavineut is
the crevasse is nearly 900 feet wide 1877, and how it would be followed order to be free to write his some
and collet i the whole arnouut whether it |
n from tlie office or uot. There cuu be
and very deep. The break is said by a Turko-Russian war, being but what startling phamphlet, “La Bel
1 discontinuance till payment is made
uy persou who takes a paper from the
I). L. GRACE,
to be by far the worst break that slightly wrong in vipier prediction. gique et la Guerre Prochaine.”
co, whether directed to his name or an-
r whether he has auhacribed or Uot. ia
“The collision between France
lias yet occurred on the Mississippi Tie s«4d that ( fermany -Would
ible fur the pay.
Land Filngs, Contest Blanks, Applications for
f a Subscriber orders his paper «topped Publication Notices, correctly unit promptly
Germany,” said he, “may be re
have three emiyro|. Lin one year be
Hain time, and the Publisher continues ut tended to. DeedB. Notes, uud Mort gages
; the sul scriber ie bound to pay for It if legibly drawn up. Charges reasonable. ll-oO ter is coming out of the crevasse
fore the end of the -'century, which tarded, but it is none the less inevit-
it out of the pi.stoffice. This proceeds
ASSETS OVER A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS.
kruund that a man must pay fur what he
and sweeping everything before it. was verified to the letter. He . able.”
e courts have decided that refusing t<
“The Leading Company of the Pacifio Northwe«t.”
| Houses, cribs, stables, and fences missed it one, at least, in the num After stating that the interest of
ivspapers and periodicals from the p< si
|r leaving them uncalled for, withou
r- ear-rniVATE pwellingb and farm phofbrtta specialty ,
j are being washed away. Many ber of United Sates Presidents that Belgium in the present situation
for the same, is prima facia evidence ol
head of Btock are already lost. No were to die by assassination, which was to become the ally of which
J. NAT. HUDSON,
The Farmers’ Company.
ATTORN EY-AT-LA w. , lives has been destroyed as yet. was remarkably close, t<? say the'- ever one of the beligerents would
KU I SCRIPT I ON RATES:
j The suffering that necessarily least.
offer the best terms, he declared
Office: BURNS, OR.
OF SALEM, OREGON.
! has followed this disaster is very
He said that when the twentieth that the Belgian fortresses were |
ear (in advance).
great. The condition of things on century opened, Manhattan Island worthless and that entrenched camp J. C, PARKER Agent,
j the other side of the river was bad and the whole of New York city at Antwerp could not hold out for
HERALD CLUB LIST
and Harper’s Magazine ............ 5.00
i enough before, and this break will would be submerged in the waters forty-eight hours. “The first can
and Harper’s Weekly................ 5.20
C. A. KWEEK.
¡and Harper's Baz:.r
: make matters much worse. At¡ of the Hudson, East river and the non shot would be sufficient to dis
Harper Young People
¡Greenville, Miss., the river has fai- i bay; Cuba will break into, and the pel all the illusions of the Belgium
Alil<*ii's Macifold ('vc|..pcdiu.
Each a dditional volume after Vol. 1, 55 cents;
len since the morning of the 3d.! west half of the city of Havana : people. It is well known that our
Office: Burns Oregon.
10 cants extra ver volume, postage.
No new break is heard of. Back- find a watery resting place.
j aMKopit a of all the above works can be ex-
j army, deprived as it is of the indis-
»mined •: leisure in the Reading Room.
j water from the eastern break is
Florida and Lower California I pensatile elements for a rapid mo-
■pprublisherB of periodicals are solicited
spreading fast and falling fast, fill- will break loose from the main land ! bilations, could not be ready to
THE HOPKINS HOUSE
^»hln'.'lll/ l.. < S. a l upv of thrir work for
GEO. S. SIZEMORE,
^»Ren<i¡11,4 Room—Wen!«, and bind the
ing up Bogue county, Planters and carry their load of human fight until long after the country
^Klose of every half volume, end v» ‘. <i
M. I). HOPKINS, P roprietor .
around Huntington are shipping freight to the bottom <>f the sea.
■ could be invaded, occupied and
B urns ,............................. O regon . I live stock to Vicksburg for safety
The twenty-fifth is to be the last , traversed. Our resisting forces
EVERYTHING NEW AND FIR3T-CLAS8.
Collections, Land business, and Real from buffalo gnats, as well as from of the United States presidents, ! consist, at the least maximum, of
¡ADV E RT is I NG R AT ES :
X 11 wk 2 wk 1 mo 3 mo 6 mo
1 yr. Estate mutter promptly attended io.
I the water. The insects are making and Ireland istu be a kingdom and I 120,001) men, including militia.
|2.50 r. oo e
»11 00 <15.00
their appearance in largo numbers, England a republic by the end of | To hold Antwerp with the develop
> Fa < ni
6.50 12 0)
This Hotel 1« new (House, Rooms, and Furniture) and offerBcourtcousservies to «v«ry B««st
la -u 5.00 s.oo 15.00
24 00 40 00
and are very fatal. Rivermcn at the ceptury.
ment given to the fortifications of
li 00 10 00 20 00
22.00 50 00
9 00 1> 00 28 09
48.00 51 00
Helena, Ark., four a destructive
M 12 - « 16.00 28 00 4M.0J
The United States is to be divi- j that place, we need at least 80,000
M 20 . f I ;;o oo 40 00 <i0 (M) 110.00 140.00
rise within 10 day»,below Red riv- Jed, and San Francisco, Salt Lake, men, without counting the garrisons
IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOUSE.
Jff'ie: Harney City and Burns.
t.'ICE TO FOREIGN ADVERTISERS,
er, when the overflow comes out of ,.jtv
. St. Louis, Wash- necessary at Leige, Nemur, and:
t no Tensas
o,«»<> i-»»-» n They
1!,.... say the
ppectfullv soliciting your patrouage
B to keep our readers pos ed as to the
ington and Bouton are to ijg made other places. What then would re-1
pud reliable firms to deal with, cor
, will be cBV~d by reteiiiu^ :« j the
capitols. There should be some iTTftiltfor us to oiler battle with at
W. W, Cardwell,
tatements based upou our vlrcula-
and the people below Morranza had consolations to the Mormons in any given poihT^-‘-An’i W*U we ever
|and adjoining couatiea:
ral reduction to uil yearly adver-
ATTORNEY-AT-LA W. better move out in a hurry.—S. F. this, if not for the other parts of be able to dispose of that T20,99® General Blacksmith & Wagon-maker.
I at (HHee, or write to Publisher.
i charged extra, according to space;
B urns , O r .
¡mi-li? That is very doubtful; for
Gtal base admitted.
our great Union.
L akbvikw , O begon .
jj R. SCHLÄGEL
ral medicinal ads. at no price.
Hisemems at less than 10 cents per
Practice« in all the courts of tlic State,
To return to Europe:-The end of : at the moment of the declaration
Iprice, yearly, or 20 cents, transient, Also, before the U. 8. Land Office.
young man arrived at Crawfords century will not find either Italy or ■ of war, which will be sprung upon us
1 position >2 extra charge per in
L and M atters a S pecialty .
tend of position a standing reader
ville, Ind., named Walter B, An France on the maps, and Berlin in short order, how will our militia reptoared do all
ntion to ad. each week is run iu with
thony. He registered, and started I will have been totally destrove d by -non have time or possibility to re-
re stereotvne all our advertisement«
after 1st four publications. *1 each,
«Ko. W. BARNES.
ertisitig in'local columns, 10c a line.
tured by the invaders?”
. Or i name was Annie Cunningham, and
___ fringe, birth, ami dcatli announce-
■K Buch item« «oll< Be i us newg,
Sullivan and Corbett.
BMP«ral ruits offered to re ligious, social.
“But,” remarked the correspon-
' he was married in this city four
John L. Sullivan arrived in Bos-j j dent, “could not France and Ger-
Attorneys at Law,
parted in California, where they ton, April 4, and when surrounded I many come to blows without the
Of everyi drf- ripticn exeeu'eil with ncatncEs
Will practice in all of the courts of the State. ■ then lived, and he went to Virginia by friends, be reiterated his willing necessity of fixing on Belgium for
AttdKefpwch. at reasonable ral es.
All bueinera placed in care of this firm will be
promptly attended to.
j on business. They corresponded ness to meet Corbett in a four-. their battle ground.”
I for some time, but after a while he round go, for a puree of $1,000.
“It is impossible,” replied Major
Dodge) s, Etc.
[ tailed to receive an answer to his
“If he is anxious to have a whack , j Girard, “that the military chiefs of
J RUES T mc II IRA.'.' is kept regularly on f’e for re
letters. At this time he inherited at me, I’ll accommodate him,” said ; both countries have not fully stud
ference, in (lie (¡co. P. it* well N««spnper Ad
«rU.l.g Biirettu. lu Spruce st.. New York.
$150,000. and left for England the champion.
ied that matter; and from a strate
practical surveyor .
I to see about it.
In the mean time ; “I’ll give him four rounds if some I gic point of view, either of the be DICKSON <fc SULLIVAN
t . a . M c K innon ,
his wife beard nothing from him un club will put up a $1,000 purse, the ligerents that should neglect to take
Any and all kinds of surveying done on shot
Lou. J. Bosenberg, Mixologist.
notice and reasonable terms. KKF* Settler til about a year ago, when sheheard winner to take al 1.
I f I can t k nock possession
.. >.v.v v*
or u a part of
wishing to bt located, can have pluts furnish«
line of the Beet. Liquors—Whiskies, Brandies,
oh what she considered pretty good him out in four rounds ho is wel- Belgium territory, must compro-
Benjamin Harriaon frkk of charge.
Levi F. Morton
etc., Cigars, etc., always on hand whe*
James G Blaine
Secretary wf Mate
come to the whole purse.
j mise by that omission, interior op-
Uilliam Win du is
MC|«tVy of T r •• ss u r y
yon call on “Uncle Dick,” at Drswsey, Harney county, Or.
the strength of this she married
MMWUr/ Of I nteriur
“There will be no s>> itting of (-rations. My profound conviction
'secretary of War
I don’t care how big the , ' is that the concentration of the
Benjamin F. Tracey SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP 1 Fred Slinzlev, of this city, but soon purses.
secretary of Navy
Jeremiah M. Rusk
A g rie ul t a re
secured a divorce. She then went gloves are, he’ll think they’re small French and German armies, will be
Win H. H. Miller
J. C. WELCOME - P kopkietor . West again, where she met William enough before the four rounds arc effected on the Belgium territory.
I suai ; origon :
* I J. N. Dolph
». S. MuaUr.
II. Griffith, a wealthy New Yorker. I over.”
1 For that concentration the Germans
I J. H. Mitchell
In five weeks they were married.
The offer of a purse came prompt have five lines of railway, capable
. D. Sylvester Pen noyer
R (ieo. W. McBride
P . yr
They are now living in Denver. ly from the Gladstone Clubof Prov of throwing, in ten days, 500,000
G. W. Webb
J. B. McElroy
apt. PukM Instruction R
C. A. SNOW 4 CO.
WASHINGTON, D. 0
Mrs. Griffith has been visiting idence.
men between Aerschot and Huy, at
R S. Strahan
and for moderate f«M.
I Wm. P. Ixird
Crawfordsville for the past few Sullivan has uot yet given his the rate of 10,000 a day for each
Oar Office is opposite the U. H.,Patont Office, and we can obtain in less time than tboae
S W. W. Thayer CUAS. SAMPSON - - B urns . O r weeks, and only a few days ago left answer,
but in view of his out-spokeij line,
of charge; and we wake ae charge unless patent is secured.
L. D T son
for Denve- with her sister, in an willingness to give Corbett a show1 “Twenty-four hours after a decla-
Wo refer here to the Postmaster, the Superintendent of Money Order' Division, '.and' t«
J.. L. R ami *
swer to a letter from her husband. he can hardly back out. If the ration of war, which will probably
officials of.the U. H. Patent office. For circular, advice, terms, and reference« («.actual
[COUMTY— HARNEY :
clients in yeur own State or countv. write to above addrewa
All this was news to Anthony. Champion and Corbett meet, it be in the evening, the German cav-
G. W. G ilham '
J. T. S hixldr
.W. E. GRA< k
T. H. R oberts |
a great deal, although at times he Sullivan gave bis impressions of St. Trond, Tilemont, Maestrecht,
W. R. (¡RADON
A. A. (.OWING
would break down and cry. He Corbett in the following terms:
etc. The French concentration crii
W. E. A lbxrson
L. B. B akrr
he had some old debts to pay,
“That go between Corbett and be effected in thesamespace of time
W m . .M bkkkr
L ytlb H oward ADOLPH TUPKER
- - P koi >’ i and would hunt his ex-wife up if Kilrain offered no fair comparison on the line between Alostund Mau-|
T. B J ake *
I he had to follow her to the end of between the twomen. Corbett was bcuge. and, also, twenty-four hours
the earth. He says if his wife is sparring Kilrain waslaying back for after the declaration of war the
u. «. LAMD orric«:
D. 8 HOPKINS, A rchitect .
happy and contented with her pre a knock-out blow, and paid no at French cavalry can occupy Alost.l
. J. B. H umyimotoh
..H akrison K bllky I
sent husband, be will relinquish all tention to the lighter taps, which Therinonde, Ath and otln rs. Yon I
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Wi.l furnish Designs of Honses. Cottages, and Mansion« coating from MOOoa up U as,
I claim to her. He left for Denver, I counted for points, but which did'nt see. then, that except the militia of: figure
wanted. If you mean io build,semi |1 to my address, and I will mall you a portf«-
I EN, f
Promptly executed. The building has been en
lio of 21 designs of dwellings, lik« the one on file in R ast OB swom H khald office, with
larged and improved and is nrepared to turn April 3d.—8. F. Examiner.
, amount to anything. Corbett on Malines and Brussells nil the r< -t| full plan of each, full site detsils, complete specifications, and Mil of materials, al! very
out all kinds of blacksmithing on short notice
full ami complete so any ordinary carpenter or builder will have no trouble in going
DIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH and in the best style Terms; Cash.
ahead and completing the work. And If you do not find Just what yon watt, write me
The cable and electric roads are the other hand, jumped in and did in the whole region between the
what changes vou desire made, and 1 will accommodate you. Or leave Orders with Twa
M c C art Pastor.
Meuse and the Escaut will be mi
H mald Y ou will It as cheap toerecta baudsoine bonsa as to wa*te material.«« anjnn
now being used almost to the ex i all the leading.
aching bv the pastor in each
<htly building Wilj aid you In re coustrucling y«nr priannt bcilding
. until further notice
“I’ve no doubt that he landed able to move. In a word nfter at
ri a—at 11 a m and 7 £0 pm
and School House— at 11 a m
where they parallel each other. One three blows to one for Kilrain. Jake careful study. I have become con
rr.ay— at 7:30 p m.
ns—at 11 am. and 7 30 pm
old fogy corporation, mostly owned was looking all the time for an vinced that Belgium is complete!)
ferney—at 11am, and 7 LOp m
by our heavy capitalists, yet holds opening to knock him out, but at the mercy of the coming events.-’
out with their antiquated notions | it didn't come, and at the end of —Sunday Welcome.
about progress,—la-sides the J<e the sixth round he had been clear
HARNEY,-------------OREGON Holladay Frst street line,—but loss ly bested by Corbett; but in a finish
of business will compel them to
COATSWORTH À TREGAUKIB»
Canada*« Gigantic Oil Field«.
square up with modern ideas or fight Corbett wouldn't hold a can
! get left in the race. It is gratifying die to Kilrain. Jake is head and
SB. NO. 77, J. O. O F.
>v s Hall, ever* Haturdav
I to know that a wide-awake citizen, shoulders above him as a fighter.
The Dominion Government will I a« K WILL Bur THU <»DB1.I. VI PB WltlTBH. W A RRAHTKD TO BO AS*<«4 K
J I M< K1NN<»N, N G.
m anr on. Il.ndrcd Dollar M.ablaa.
who introduces the best of systems,
shortly organize an expedition,'
compels the slow coaches, the grad I don’t think the two men are to be
headed by American experts, to ex -1
NO. 4k. G. A. R
grinds and misers, to conform to mentioned in the Mine class.”
wear» longer without cost of repairs than any other machine, ha»
ea lav <>f cm 1.
the newsly created conditions with' Sullivan thinks more highly than plore the oil regions in the far North.'
vìi < vmradrs
no inkribbon to bother the operation, ft neat, substantial, nick
their competitive investments, ever of Patsy Kerrigan, since the near Athabasca. Professor Daw
el plated—perfect and adapted to all kind» of typewritin g
M M BRISKLY. F. C.
Muh li-M Waehmakerà Jeweler, whether they
desire it or not; latter’« long fight with Needham. -m says- “If inds itionsare correct
J.,1. I Printing rraaait prixju. CT ali.irp, «lean, lagihla manMirl*». Two M Im Mptaa
I for this reason, the Washington
la IU..R Hi i.n. wrliln,.
Kdltora. lawyer«, ruini.wr., banker«. m.rchanU.
Canada has the largest oii-l earing
J. W. BONEBRAKE.
street line was the first to con He said that he would buck Kerri
niaiiufaeinrrr.. tni-inaa. men. etc.. cannot moke albelter in.mni.nt.for S1A
t fl inlell<ent |wr«on m a week can bee«»« a Owl operator, at a japldono in 1 mvatb.
form, and the Transcontinental gan against Jack McAuliffe lo the
systems are just awakening to the extent of i2..'>00 for a finish firht nearly 150,000 square miles, and
$1.000 offered any o|*rator who «an do better work with a Type-
lolly, Sundays excepted.
I necessity of a like transformation. Mahoney said he would put up as as the ind.cations extend down the
Writer thin that produced by the Odell
tA YOM CITY
P H MURPHY.
I In one year from this date a horse
ami Salesman wanted Spacial inducement« to Dealers.
lorads' ». Friday«, fan
McKenzie river below Athabasca,,
toys A MttardavslO 45p m
service, in or about Portland, will•,o hear from McAuliffe, and if a
For I’ampblett, giving endoreement«, 4c , add re»« the
LAKBVIKW - - - - OBITOS! tea thing of the past.—Sunday I nia*®h ia made he »id asswt Ker the above area may L<. only a part j
TYPE WR1TBR OO, T ub RoHxnev, Onrc«««, III.
' ‘Hgan in training for the battle.— r-x. of the oil-bearing region.’’
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